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TITE OMAHA DAILY J1EE. "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17. 1003.
10 BID FOR TRADE IN IOW A
Cexinecial Club Mem'uen Will 8)on Start
on Their Excursion-
WILL TRAVEL ON BURLINGTON RAILROAD
Three Pays Trip, Taking; In Town
la Soatheastern Part ol llawkeye
State and Some In Mis
souri, I rianneil.
The Commercial club will choose south
eastern Iowa for the ground of Its next
trade excursion, traveling over the lines
of the Chicago, Burlington ft Qulncy. The
matter of this excursion came up at the
meeting; yesterday of the executive commit
tee, and by motion the work of arousing
Interest In the trip was left to the com
mittee which was so successful last year
In getting together the Jobbers for the
excursions through Nebraska. The com
mittee consists of Charles T. Kountse. E.
B. Bruce, T. C. Byrne, W. M. Burgess and
O. D. KIpllnger.
The excursion will etart on Thursday,
June 25, or on the following Tuesday, as
may be found to best suit those wishing to
go. Three days will be necessary to cover
the ground; Vllllsca, Coming, Creston,
Shenandoah, Sydney, Carson and Hamburg,
Jn Iowa, and Mound City and Tarklo In
Missouri, and Intermediate points to be
visited. The excursion aa planned covers
the best towns which would have been
touched on the Wabash trip, which had
been Intended earlier In the season, but was
abandoned because of storms. The coun
try covered Is In contention between this
city and Bt Joseph, and IU towns He only
Ave or six miles apart. The club means to
strike Immediately Into this part of the
atate because the abolition of the bridge
toll changes the trade situation.
Modern "Wood men Convention.
Secretary Utt read telegrams from mem
bers of the Modern Woodmen of America
at tha head camp of the order at Indian
apolis, saying they would work for the
selection of this city as the place of holding
the next camp If the Commercial club
would offer sufficient Inducements. As the
Woodmen required 18,000 cash, in addition
to entertainment, It was considered Im
possible to secure the convention.
Robert Dempster's resignation from the
committee was accepted and E. E. Howe
was selected to fill the vacancy. E. A.
Helnrichs and J. A. Sunderland were re
ceived aa new members of the club. A
committee consisting of Secretary Utt,
Frank Carpenter and F. E. Sanborn was
selected to draw up resolutions of thanks
to- the railways which have granted the
abolition of the bridge arbitrary.
Communications were read announcing
that the National Editorial association had
definitely accepted the Invitation of the
Uty to hold Its convention here, July 8-11.
subscriptions will be asked to meet the ex
pense of entertainment. Letters were read
from an eastern shoe factory wishing to
locate in Omaha and referred to the manu
factures committee. The factory has now
a capital of (40,000 and wishes to Increase
Its stock In thla city (26,000. It now em
ploys too hands.
NEBRASKANS GO TO ST. LOUIS
Exposition Commissioners Will Look
Over tha Qronnd asd Conanlt
The Nebraska Louisiana Purchase Ex
position commission, accompanied by the
secretary, will go to St Louis, June 25, for
tha purpose of deciding upon plans for the
Nebraska, exhibit at the fair. At the
present time the Ideas of the commission
re In rather chaotto condition because the
members do not know exactly what is
expected of Nebraska by the managers of
the exposition, and they cannot tell with
out a personal examination of the grounds
tn what manner the funds at their disposal
can best be expended to do the most good
for tha state.
There Is also a considerable amount of
doubt about these funds. The amount of
the state appropriation Is known and It Is
also known that this will not permit the
commission to make the display which the
members feel la due the Importance of
Nebraska and the character of Its natural
resources In their present state of develop
ment. For this reason the commission has
already announced Its desire to receive
contributions from firms and Individuals
who are Interested In the further develop
ment of the state. So far the response to
this appeal has not been large, but some
money has been received In small amounts.
It Is the expectation of the members of
the commission that the railroads of the
state will swell the total contributions by
a considerable amount and the managers
of some of the roads have been consulted
In the matter. While they express a will
ingness to contribute to the enterprise
none of them has Indicated any certain
amount, and It la impossible to make any
estimate of what the railroads will con
tribute. The commissioners probably will remain
In Bt. Louis for several days. When
they return they will decide whether
Nebraska will have a building on the
grounds or will spend its money In making
displays In the buildings erected by the
Excursions to Boston
June 25 to 27, inclusive; also July 1 to B
Inclusive, via Nickel Plate road. Espe
cially low rates. Liberal return limits.
Particulars at city ticket office, 111 Adams
street, and Union ticket office. Auditorium
Vary Low Special Excursion nates
To Boston, Mass., Saratoga, N. Y., and
Chautauqua Lake In June and July. L'b
eral terms and atop-over privileges.
On and after June 14 the new fast train
from Chicago to Buffalo and Intermediate
points. 5:15 p. m. dally.
For time cards, regular and special rates,
ate, send postal card to H. L. Purdy,
Trav. Pass. Agent, Erie Railroad. Chicago.
111., or D. M. Bowman, General Western
Passenger Agent. Chicago, I1L
Visit the art and fancy work parlors at
Mount St. Mary's seminary. Fifteenth and
Castellar streets, Thursday morning and
afternoon and Friday morning.
MRS. J. BEMSOM.
PARASOLS & SUN UMBRELLAS
A cheat riErri.K CHOP
On Kale at lleanett'e.
ON" WEDNESDAY WE WIM, SELL A
CARLOAD OF FLORIDA PINEAPPLES
-RICHEST FLAVOR. YELI.OW AS
GOLD, ALL IN FI LL REU I. MENTALS
THE FINFHT AND MOST LUSCIOUS
PINES THE FERTILE EARTH CAN
PRODUCE-EACH 7 CENTS.
EACH TC. EACH 7C. EACH 7C.
THE RIOIIT TIME FOR HOI'S EWIVE9,
WITH PRESERVING IN MIND. IS NOW.
FLORIDA PINEAPPLES AT BENNETT'S,
WEDNESDAY, EACH 7 CENTS.
NO DEALERS SUPPLIED.
NO DRINKS WHILE ON DUTY
Public Works Employes Are Given
Irons; Talk by Foreman
The edict against employes drinking
while on duty Is being enforced with vigor
In the public works department, with the
resumption of activity. General Foreman
Hummel, In placing the men. Is delivering
a short lecture to each something like
"I want you to thoroughly understand
that you must not go Into a saloon while
you are on duty. I do not Intend t- have
any intoxicated men working on the
streets. I expect four hours' continuous
work In the morning and four hours in the
afternoon snd they must not be Interrupted
by trips to saloons. This order must be
obeyed or you will lose your Job. What
you do while you are not at work Is none
of my business, but while you are working
for the city you will have to put your work
first and Indulgence In personal habits aft
erward." This rule has been enforced more or less
for a long time, but the lines have never
been drawn as tight as they are now.
Yesterday twenty-nine laborers and eight
teams were attacking an accumulation of
nine weeks' dirt and filth on the downtown
streets and alleys. The teamsters' strike
and the deadlock between the council and
the Board ui Public Works have prevented
street cleaning for a long time and the
thoroughfares are more dirty than they
have been for three years. The street
sweeping machines were being oiled up
yesterday and . being made ready for
use In a day or two.
On street repairs forty-two laborers and
sixteen teams did duty yesterday, filling In
washouts and cavelns from the May rains
and repairing bridges and culverts. Eight
laborers, three pavers and two teams were
engaged on tha stone pavements, which are
In bad condition In many places. The total
force, eighty-seven laborers and twenty
six teams, la about the maximum that will
be used, as the funds are none too large
and an effort to keep within them la to be
COHiPlCCOCS lit A BALLROOM.
Flakes of Dandruff on the Collar and
Shoulders of a Gentleman
fn Full Dress.
This Is the thing you Quite frecn lentlv
see In tha ballroom a man's black dress
coat literally covered with dandruff.
It must bo annoying to the wearer, and
certainly not a pleasant thing to observe.
But dandruff can be eradicated. It Is a
germ disease that will soma day oause
Newbro'a Herplclde kills the hair-destroying
germ, and stimulates the hair
to a rich, abundant growth; It does more
keeps the hair soft and pliant.
Furthermore, Herplclde Is a most pleas
ant toilet accessory; pleasing of odor, and
cooling to the scalp.
Send 10 cents In stamps for free sample
to The Herplclde Co.. Detroit, Mich.
Gantry Brothers' Parade.
Gentry Brothers' famous trained animal
fhows, which are so well known In this
city, will give the customary street parade
on the day of exhibition advertised. The
street displays of all shows are an index to
their resources. Gentry Brothers' proces
sional display this season Is said to be a rev
elation In that line. The turnout Is the most
perfect diminutive one ever seen In this
city, and. In fact, the longest and pretti
est procession ever given by a tent exhi
bition. The shows will exhibit In this city,
two performances, afternoon and night,
Thursday, June 18. Tents located at Eigh
teenth and Douglas.
If. B. A. Convention.
The Lehigh Valley route to Boston Is
through "The 8witserland of America" and
via New York. Send 2-cent stamp to Gen
eral Passenger Department, Lehigh Valley
Railroad, New York, for descriptive book
let NOTICE All creditors of Mr. J. H. Rich
ard, deceased, will please present their
claims to Mrs. J. H. Richard, 1017 Farnam
street Omaha, within thirty days from
date. Mrs. J. H. Richard. Omaha, June
The Wabash Railroad
"In the Good Old Bummer Time" offer
many special rates to Boston, Indianapolis,
Baltimore, St. Louis, Saratoga, Detroit
Atlanta and other points.
Call at city office. 1601 Farnam. or address
HARRY E. MOORES, O. A. P. U.
Partners Have Falling Out.
Henry Sachs was arraigned in police
court yesterday on a charge of defraud
ing his partner, Fred Boye, out of (350.
The two have been conducting a brewing
business, and according to the statement
of Boye, Suchs sold Koye's Interest in the
place and left him the sack to hold. To
the deputy county attorney Sachs Bhowed
two bills of sale where some time ago he
purchased half of the business and in July
he purchased the other half. Boye said to
the same official that he had turned the
property over to Sachs to keep his creditors
from getting it. Deputy County Attorney
Weaver said he would likely drop the cane
when It was called for trial.
A Good Thing for Mother.
If she is tired out, sickly, run down.
Electric Bitters will give her new life, or
there's no charge. Try them. 50c. For
ale by Kuhn Co.
All members of Nebraska lodge, No. 1,
Knights of Pythias, are requested to attend
the funeral of our late Brother Jacob Van
pelt, Wednesday afternoon at 2 p. m.. from
his late resilience. UM North Eighteenth
Street. W. W. SLAB A UGH. C. C.
JOHN W. FYFE, K. of R. & S.
In all the latest and most popular styles.
Especially pretty styles in black and white
with black embroidery and plaids.
Silk batiste with colored linings, black
and solid colors.
Handsome black umbrellas with white
polka dot borders, plain or colored borders
colored silk umbrellas, from $1.50 up.
Three yard patterns of linen and linen
batiste for shirt waists, stamped in a va
riety of patterns stamped skirts to match.
Colored linens for shirt waists.
MllumiMLiJi.wyL.iti in .. ui..!,. li hi iiiinimi, i, u j.npjeqggaigv
6,000 PAIRS MEN'S AND WOMEN'S REAL WELT ANO TURN SOLE
SHOES ON SALE TODAY
This sale represents only
the highest grades and
newest styles of Shoes
and Ox fords every pair
is a sensational bargain.
Included in these lots on
sale are beautiful Louis
beel patent coltskln shoes,
superb Colonials, fancy
button Oxfords, swell
cloth top high sboes, etc.,
In fact, everything that's
new and up-to-date.
Trices will be marked in
plain figures above each
lot, and every price is
'way below the regular
value of the Shoe or Ox
ford we put in the sale.
Bargain Sale of
A superD line of drummers' sample Jewelry goes on sale today at the
greatest bargain ever offered for such pretty novelties. There are BROOCH
ES. STICK PINS, CUFF BUTTONS, HAT PINS, MEN'S FOBS, NECK
CHAINS WITH FANCT LOCKETS.
JBiiiyr fins, LACE PINS, etc There
are many worth as high as 11.50 each.
Very fine Embroideries, In me
dium and narrow widths, worth up
to 36o a yard, on bargain square at
I5c, 10c, 5c, 2k
Remarkable Picture Bargains
Our Picture Department Third Fleor.
Colored Pictures neatly framed IOo
Dainty Black Frame, black mat with scarlet lining, latest creation.. 2 9e
Imported Fac Simile Water Colors ll-in gilt frame, plenty subjects 35c
The Young flother 8x18 prettily framed in gilt moulding, with
colored mats very attractive ; 49c
Cupid Asleep and Awake Handsomely framed in oval brown frames,
nicely ornamented 20 other subjects to select from. 89c
1C. Prnbti JScna L 'Prist! & putts
gggg22S&BS8&SES - &S3
A glance through our store offers many suggestions to parents and friends for the
remembrance so appropriate at commencement time. Ouj watches, rings and brooches
should Interest those very near to the young graduates. Their good friends will also
find many acceptable articles In our stock. , .
Our prices are as low aa is consistent w 1th good quality, anil we are always anx
ious to please you. v ,
MAWHINNEY & RYAN CO.,
EWKLERS AND ART STATIONERS. 1 5th and Douglas Ste., ONIAH A
I ft? TholatDct T
ZSyn IIIV LUlVtlUBj
Call at Colletre.
loea 7, Pmios Mock 1
-.!.,... I h..-.I-i ss
UU .cob no 111.3. t l a
One Lesson Free
I torner loin anu r arnam i
Corner 1 6th and Farnam
WOODEN SIDEWALKS PROPOSED
Proposition to Lay Them 1b Districts
Where Permanent Grade Is
Along with the proposal to make ar
rangements so that macadam paving can
be put down In the outer residence dis
tricts comes the proposition to authorise
wooden sidewalks In the same localities.
One or two of the counctlmen are said to
like the Idea, while at least one member of
the Board of Public Works is In Its favor.
Wooden walks are' known as temporary J
sidewalks in the public works department !
parlance. Permanent walks cannot be laid i
unless the street has been graded to tne
established regulation, Inasmuch as the
abutting property cannot be taxed for
walks laid under other circumstances. Sev
eral years ago wooden walks were discour
aged and the letting of contracts for them
ceased, as It was believed they resulted In
many damage suits. It Is said, however,
that many streets will not be graded for
years, aa the property owners cannot be
Induced to sign the requisite petitions. In
this case they must do without permanent
walks, and If the present policy Is main
tained must go without walks of any kind.
The macadam talk has not died down,
though the brick and asphalt contractors
are fighting It vigorously.
Chamberlain's Btomach and l-lrer
Tablets Better Than Pills.
.- .1 V. - h.,n n.lr-4 In h,t aV
are Chamberlain's Stomach and LlvexJ
Tablets superior id pm.i v"'
They are easier and more pleasant to
take, more gentle and mild in their action
and more reliable, aa they can always be
depended upon. Then they cleanse and In
vlgoiate the stomach and leave the bowels
In u natural condition, while pills are more
harsh in effect and their use Is often fol
lowed by constipation.
w Bates to Boston and Return la
Jan and July
Via the I-uWe Shore A Michigan Southern
railway. Tickets will be sold June 2f, 24
and 27, extreme return limit August 1, and
on July 1, 2. 3. and 6. extreme return limit
September 1. Stop-overs allowed at Ni
araga Falls and Chautauqua; also at New
York on tickets via that route. Full in
formation, with rates via variable routes,
will be promptly furnished on application
to M. B. QUes, T. P. A., Chicago, or to
C. F. Daly, chief A. Q. P. A., Chicago.
Street Railway i"T Cheeks.
Postoffice. telephone, packing house, rail
way and all other pay checks are cashed
at our bank. Accounts opened for II c-t
more, and 4 per cent Interest paid.
J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS, Bankers.
Under government supervision.
The family of Mr. J. II. Richard beg to
extend thanks to the many friends who so
kindly assisted them during the sickness
and funeral of their beloved husband, son
The entire shoe depart
ment ON SECOND
FLOOR now presents one
immense bargnin counter,
reaching from the front
clear to the rear.
One lot of
PEARL, NECKLACES, BRACELETS.
All silk Chiffon and
also Net Veilings
worth up to 35c a
yard on bargain
- S2 - & - B - EKBC - BE!Si CEE3BBECQ
205 South Fifteenth Street.
"pHE shoe for standin.
A MAN'S SHOE
TS severely tested by those wh0
QHOES pass this test they firm
w ly support the feet while
ON A MAN
'J'HEY help you stand.
S250 and S350
M w oi Teem
Gold Crowns from S2.8S
Work done This. Offer
r-s.m'' Good Until
, diary fetor . -r-k
msterisi June 20.
to Increase our clinic, we want
woman and child to have their j
leein ciaminru uy inw i-ru-
f i-Kxors. V ork guaranteed iu
years IncoriMirated under
Btate I .aw.
F llilng truce ... .. 2Sc Testb EitracUd FREE
Aluminum Plates frem $. Bridge work from 2.SS
UNION DENTIL COLLEGE
OF PAINLESS DENTISTRY.
Ml Dosfltt. - Opes JUy tin . Ssadayt to 4.
No Garment Toa Heavy
or too fine for dry cleaning It removes
all dirt, trreaoe and germs and makes
them lx)k like new. They will wear
longer and look better. Our customers
claim they ave money by palronlilng
us, say nothing ot the Improvement in
their personal appearance.
GET OUR PRICES.
Herchantj Rational Ban!
FatoJ n0MJ HU Mni-aa had fliautfa'
UHITBD STATUS BHHtTOHV.
KrMk Mankl. im B K ul Iter (- L-w
I.Htk-r Im- afcur V T tlt:lr. ( tM.-, I
1313 FARNAM STREET.
PIANO buyers are discovering'
that this trreat sale like all
others we inaugurate Is bona fide.
They nre realizing that the twelve
car loads we are now offering at
almoKt half price contain bargains
they can't get elsewhere under any
circumstances. Twelve carloads of
elegant, new, standard 1!X)3 pianos
of many famous makes In many
styles finished in many beautiful
genuine woods. Every one posi
tively guaranteed. Some are in
the new dull finish shown exclu
sively by ourselves. All are on
very easy payments. Choose from
Steinway & Sons, Steger & Sons. Em
erson, Mason & Hamlin, Vose &
Sons, A. B. Chase, liardmai, Stan
dard, Geo. Steck & Co.. Sctiaeffer.
Gram r, Erbe & Co., Martin Bros.,
Weser Brjs., Harrington & Co.,
New Piano Made II Mrtm
to Sell for II
The finest tuning and repairing
at the most reasonable rates.
Pianola coucerts given every
Friday from 3 to 4 p. m. Tickets
free at office.
Many bargains in slightly used
upright fully repaired In our
Council Bluffs Hi
502 Broadway, Council Bluffs.
Outing togs' innings.
The new "MacCarthy"
Norfolk suit Two-piece
Flannel suits extra trous
ers of Homespun, Flannel,
Duck, Linen Seersucker
The weather says It's
more comfortable to have
all three. Dame Fashion
says you must have . 'em
for outing wear. Common
sense tells you to get 'em
$25 to $50 for suit $6
to $15 fur trousers.
We were in the Bee
Bldg. we are now at 3M
300 So. Kith St., 2 doors
south of Fa rna in.
vow located at
J04-J0 S lath St.
Next Door to Wabash Ticket
Can now be found In nearly every home
In Nebraska. Iowa, Mliwourt, Wyoming
and the Dakota. There are still a few
families who have never been on our mail
ing list. We shall be glad to send this
catalogue FREE FOR THE ASKINO It
contains about 10,000 drug Items at cut
SOME SAMPLE CATALOGUE PRICES.
l(iO Z-graln Pure Quinine Pills, for 26o
By mall SOc
fl.tio Klker-Hoff Consumption Cure for..7bo
Hy mail Sue
$1.00 White Blbbon IJquor Cure for 76c
By mall V-c
Above le-nedy prepaid anywhere In United
States at 25 per doien.
Goods shipped ume day order Is received.
50c Pink ol Perfection for 4oo; by mall.. 45c
11.00 C'hryMtal Tonic for 7Fc
$1 do Le Miracle Hair Remover for 7Sc
By mail "ic
25c Gren s August Flower, for !ic
1 ("4 Baker's Barley Malt Whiskey for.TRc
(This is the tmrest and bent mnlt whiskey
3.5u Marvel Whirling Spray Syringe. .t. IS
By mall 2
( Ullian Russel Cigars for 25c
We are cut price cigar dealers too.
Colgate's Pansy Bloxaom Extract, we
(We also sell Perfumes at cut prices).
11.00 Jackson's Bed Bug Powder, kills
every buc, every time, we sell 75c
J pound Mixed Bird Seed, we sell 4e
11.00 Kilmer s Bwamp-Koot for Ho
3fc Mennen's Talcum Powder for 11c
&i.c Syrup of Fig, (genuine) for 84c
II 00 Wine Cardul for
$1.00 IJsterlne for n
11 (0 Newbro's Herplclde for 74c
Write tor WO-page. catalogue.
Sherman & McGonnel! Drug Go
Wholesale and Retail Druggists.
Corner 16th and Dodge Its., Omaha.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Writ fo Saa-vla Cey.
Ill IN I GREAT
40e Wash Goods fop ISc.
Marnams Iced Striped Organdies, light
? rounds with assorted colored stripes,
nncy colored Batiste with sntln stripes.
Mercerized Olnshamn snd Oxford CP
Waist Wigs, all going at IOW
8e Wash Oooda fop la l-2e
Mercerised Striped Organdies. In light anfl
ciark coloring, Imported Madras, corded
Batiste, light grounds with asuorted col
ored cords, and emlroldered Swiss Mus
lins In assorted colors, all ULr
going at I-SJW
a Mash Goods fop l-2e.
Chambray Ginghams, assorted, plain colors,
r rencn printeu Mils. inn, assorted colors.
In stripes and figures, and black Qlr
India Linen, all going at OJt
19 1-SSo Wash Roods fop tVc,
Irish Dimities, Scotch Lawns. French Mus
lins, French Batiste, standard prints. In
silver grays and dark blues, and yard
wide Percales, all going 5c
Me I'adepweap fop IBe.
Gents' medium weight Jersey Ribbed Un
dershirts and children's White Jersey
. Rlbber Undervests and Pants. 1 e
all going at IOC
13 l-8e Tarklsh Towels fop H l.
Extra heavy Double Warp Cream Turkish
Towels, slse 20x42. worth UVic, .
The sensational selling of muslin under
wear will delight every woman. The new
ness, style, finish and general air of daintl.
ness of every garment will prove as at
tractive as the low prices.
Our big purchasing and enormous snles
ensble us to make prices for Wednesday
fully one-third to one-half the usual quota
From the two big factories In Lynn and
Brockton. Mass., bought at FORTY
CENTS ON THE DOLLAR.
ON SALIC NOW In our two big shoe
Shoe values like these have never been
Women's Oxfords, worth up to $2.60 arid
$3.00; two prices, 8o and 49o.
Smoke Omaha's Finest
W BOTTIX qCoBEER j M
The only beer made from uure. sparkling soring water care- t-Hfsl
fully brewed thoroughly aged finest Quality private brand.
DaUTr4 to soy part at Omaha.
Order a case from ICTTFB nDPWIMf; m Ci3
j a a a
0NUIU Trlephosc IS4I '
rv LEE MICHKLL. whoKult
If you are looking for a new sewing machine have the beet the market affords, such
as WHITE, NEW HOME. DOMESTIC, STANDARD, HOUSEHOLD a-id others.
Entire satisfaction guaranteed.
Full line of supplies and facilities for repairing In first class order and on short
P. E. FLODMAN & CO.,
Going: on a
If you are. you
you need. Also
ALBERT EDHOLM, JEWELER. I
I SOLID SILVERWARE
JUNE WEDDINGS call for appropriate gifts. Nothing Is more sensible
than SUBSTANTIAL SOLID SILVER TABLE WARE. We sell the leading
makes: Gorham, Whiting, Reed & Barton, etc., at surprisingly reasonable
Our line of cut glass Is the finest of make: Hawkes. When you think of buying
a DIAMOND, It will pay you to take a look at tha particularly tine ones we
DIAMONDS AND WEDDINO RINGS are our hobby. OPPOSITE THE
Bringing Them Out
That's what these warm days are doing
with the led bugs and roaches. Every
body who DON T USE SUKE DEATH
are BoTHEHiCD TO DEATH with Ihms,
but everybody who DuKH L'hK SI'Hr:
DEATH are laughing at the troubl.-M they
Ued to have.
81'RE DEATH comes In four sixes plnt-c,
Ijc; quarts, 25c; hulf gallons, btc: g.ll-n.
9-ir. A pint oil can with a lung Hlx.ul free
with half gallons or gallons, and &c extra
with pints or quarts.
REMEMBER, we deliver anything we
sell, any plare In the city, from 7 a. m. t
ID p. m. EVERY DAY, without extra
rharge. We call for, nil ami return pre
scriptions snd save you, nut 4o per cent,
but more on some, end less on others. All
drugglvts don't charge the same price lor
prescriptions, you know, or at Inant you
will learn If you'll give us a change to
our store Is ALWAYS OPEN. SK'K
PEOPLE NEED MKIilf'l N E WHEN
111EY ARE SICK. NUT NEXT DAY.
Save money by trading at
Tw 'Hkonvs T4T ad 71T.
ltk aa Chlcac Streets, Omaha.
IMI. HKk.IAUt.t-. S I OH.
19 l-2e l inen Toweling fop 8 1-Sk.
Extra fine Vnbleached Toweling, guaran
teed pure linen, is Inches wide, Hlr
worth 12Vc yard, at
' BOe llaekabark Towels for SBc.
6i Hemstitched Pure Linen Huckaback
Towels, slxe 22x46, nothing better or
market at Oc, for one day O
at . "
arte Table Llaea fop Sc.
Oo Bleached Table Damask, guaranteed
all pure linen, U Inches, wide, 1Q"
at, yard OVW
OOa Sheets fop 4Bc.
Oo quality Bleached Seamless Sheets, size
KlxJO; torn, not cut; 45C
So "heeling fop 19 l-2e.
Soft Finish Bleached Sheeting, 2V4 yards
wide, 25o value, hl -
at. yard lVjw
IOo Cases T l-4a.
IOo Pleached Pillow Cases, slse ey i
42x3, at 1 w
ana White Goods lOe.
One big table Indian Linens, Lawns, Dot
Swiss, Leno Stripes, Satin and Mercer
ised Stripes, In long mill ends, 1 fir
st, yard ,v'fc
ia l-lio Lonsdale Cambric B T-Ke.
12Hc Lonsdale Cambria, in long fVr
mill ends, at, yard Js'
Chemise, Corset Covers, Gown. Drawers,
etc., etc., all on special sale.
SPECIAL HOUR SALE FROM 10 TO
U A. M.
800 dozen ladles' under muslins, ehemtses,
gowns, drawers and corset oovers, worth
up to $1.00, on sale at 28c.
Women's Oxfords, $1.98. $1.4 and 11.35;
all kinds, all leathers.
Men's Oxfords, worth up to 13.(0, at tl.94.
Child's Slippers, 79o and 69c, worth up
Boys' and youths' Satin Calf, worth up
to $1.50, at 9So.
Men's Slippers, worth $1.00, at 40.
Largest cigar tkI pipe dealer
1404 DoMfVlaa and 221 S. loth
1 A ' x1
Council Bluffs or South Obu-a.
tik, ty mi r.
SOUTH OMAHA TOcpkou $
dealer, COUNCIL BLUFFS Teleshoat In
1514 Capitol Ave
had better see us about that trunk
remember that we are selling our
suit cases and grips at 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT.
If you get one you'll get a bargain.
REPAIRING DUKE. TEL.. 1CIBS.
IAIW TRttVKEACTORY- rK,
We have an elegant line of
Novelties suitable Watches,
Rings. Fobs, Brooches. Belt
Pins, Toilet Beta. Cuff Links,
glgnet Rings and Signet
Bracelets, and many hand
some pieces we will be glad
to xhow you.
Brown & Borshelra
JEWELER8 AND WATCH
MAKERS. 222 South 16th Street
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