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TITE OMAITA DAILY REE: SATURDAY. AUOUST 15, 1003.
WILL PROMOTE IRRIGATION 1
Advance Showing of
Furs for 1903-1904
Here are doings
Tim llk.1.1 AIILK STORE.
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Otraha is to Send Dj'ejaticn to Cciigreu at
Ojden in September.
MUCH ENTHUSIASM OVER KIESEL'S VISIT
Hanr Representative Business Men of
City Meet Chairman of Sntlonal
Irrigation Congress Execo
A a result of a visit to this city of Fred
Kle.el, chairman of the executive com
mittee of the eleventh National Irrigation
congress. Omaha will send a delegation to
the Irrigation congress, to be held In Ogden,
September 15, 16, 17 and 18. Mr. Klesel met
with about twenty-five representative cltl-
gens at the Commercial club rooms t rlday
and upon the return of Secretary Utt the
matter will be taken up by the Commercial
club and the delegation selected. It Is the
Intention of those Interested to get at least
twenty persons to attend.
George E. Paine presided at the meeting
and speeches were made by Mr. Klesel,
Isaac W. Carpenter of the Carpenter Taper
company' and nearly every one present. All
were heartily In favor of sending a dele
gation to the congress and each spoke of
the vast benefit Irrigation of the west would
be to Omaha.
Mr. Klesel said Omaha would undoubt
edly be benefited by irrigation in the west,
and as an example of what Omnha was to
Ogden and other western cities, he said:
"We are building a large reservoir near
Ogden and I have handled all of the funds
used In Its construction. Fully 90 per cent
of all the purchases wero either made In
Omaha or passed through here. All the
groceries used by the men at work came
from Omaha, and, In fact, nearly all of the
money finally got Into the pockets of
As for the congress Mr. Klesel said It
would bo one of the most far-reaching In
Its effect that has ever been held. lie cited
examples of the vast amount of money
being spent in Nevada for Irrigation pur
poses and said that for every dollar spent
by the government three or four dollars
would be spent In private enterprises.
What Irrigation Can Do.
Mr. Klesel told of a fruit farm he owned
that a few years ago would raise nothing
but sage brush, that last year he gathered
apples from" the trees on it that were larger
than thosv from the "Land of the Big Red
Apple." lie promised to make it pleasant
for all who attended the congress and said
the legislature had appropriated JG.000, the
people of Ogden had contributed $5,000 and a
like amount would be secured from Salt
Lake for the entertainment of the visitors.
Prizes have been offered for the best dis
play of fruit grown on Irrigated farms and
a practical illustration of an Irrigated farm
will be ahown In Ogden.
"The meeting will be opened different
from all others," said Mr. Klesel," for this
congress will be the pacemaker. We Intend
to give a prize to the best ode to Irrigation,
have it set to muslo and sung at the open
ing by 2,000 voices.
An ode that failed to get the prize was
then read and roundly applauded.
The meeting was merely an Informal
gathering, but everyone present waa en
thusiastic over the congress and promised
to take the matter up in the Commercial
club at once.
R Today an
Today we place on sale nuother lot of those ribbon
remnants right from the mill. About every four months
they nhip us their entire accumulation of remnants ami to
morrow we place on sale a most magnificent lot at less than
one-fourth the price that these ribbons generally Pell for.
Many ladies have been waiting for this sale and there
is bound to be a large crowd. We recommend an early call.
In order that everybody may be waited upon as rapidly as
possible these ribbons "will be on sale on several of our
large bargain squares.
All the fine all silk and satin, satin taffeta and fancy
striped ribbons that sell up to 50c and 75c yard, go at
All the strictly all silk faffe'a ribbens in wide widt is and in all
the rew colorings, that generally sc l for 25c and 39c yard, at
All the ribbons that you always pay 15c and 19c for, strict-C p
ly all silk ribbons and very superior quality, at, yard
All the ribbon that generally sell up to 10c a yard, .these are in widi and
narrow widths and strictly all silk, including thousands 1 OV c
of yards of narrow wash ribbons, in 2 lots, at, yard d
We will also place on sale 5,039 plece3 of narrow velvet rib
bon that generally sells for 5c yard, at, yard
THE BOBBINET SALE
Today we place on sale 10,000 yards of fine white
Bobblnet. This was the entlra stoak on hand of a very well
known manufacturer and wa bought i. at less than one
quarter the price that these goods generally sell for. It is
fine and coarse mosh bobblnet, In all widths, up to 2 yards.
It Is the same grade that we have been selling In our regular
line at 73c yard. It Is in full picce3 and not in m its
remnants. Such an opportunity to buy bobblnet I stK f
will never occur again. Thlnkof itl 75c bobblnet ttjl
for 13c; strictly all perfect goods
We solicit your patronage at this sale as it is a rare offering
110,000 worth of Sample Furs sent on
eight leading; New York manufacturers
rlety of furs ever shown by any one house.
Fine fur neck pieces, Jacket' capes. Muffs
for comparison by
The largest va-
y.o two alike,
known fur represented. Including beaver, otter, squirrel,
Alaska seal, near seal, marten, astrakhan, musk, etc.
The entire lot will be placed on , sale Saturday at A
a. m. at manufacturers' cost. They will be on sale for one
day only. All that la left after the sale will be returned.
Your chance to save 33V4 per cent on a fine piece. Expert
salespeople to explain the different furs and durability of
A Few of the Bargains Ve Will
Have on Our Counters:
Electric Seal Scarf worth $2.00
3.G0 electric seal Long Neck Pieces
$6.00 Marten Scarfs
Squirrel Scarfs at $10.00, $7.50, $5.98
Electric Seal Jacket lined with
Skinner's satin at $20, $15 and..
Astrakhan Jackets lined with
Skinner's satin $25 and
Electric Seal Jackets, lined with Skinner's
satin beaver cuffs and collar Iff eft
at $25, $20 and lUOlJ
Electric Seal Capes at $18.
Electric Seal Capes lined with
satin, edged Willi marten Bint
marten collar at $30, $25 and...,
AH garments marked with Skinner satin
are warranted for two seasons and will be
rellned If not satisfactory
These are only a few of the many bar
gains. 3,000 fur garments to select from,
In conjunction with this big salo of Furs
we will continue our Wrapper Sale ut the
same prices as Friday
flew Advance Style Suits Are Arriving Daily
in Our Suit Department.
THE SWELL FELT OUTI1NG HATS.
The fashionable hat for late cummer and early fall the pretty new
white and champagns ahadjs Special valuss during August.
Health at Small Coat.
A few doses of Dr. King's New Life rills
will cleanse, tone and invigorate the whole
system. Try them. Only 25c. For sale by
Kuhn & Co.
Two Saturday Specials at 25c Each
Tucked Silk Belts A splendid assemblage of the swellest silk belt,
with four or five pleats. These belts lire fitted with beautiful bnok
buckles, four Inches long, embossed with flowers and other designs.
also front buckles to match. Ihey are made to retail
at 75c and $1 each Saturday your choice of this
great assortment, each
Lars: Silver Forks and Spoons 500 fancy spoons, gravy
kdles, cold meat forks, berry spoons triple plate on nickel, with beau
tiful engraved handles, etc., each enclosed In handsome
silk lined box, worth 50c, 75c and $1.0O
Saturday sale at
3). Pznnttti & $ons$ Prxstfeti & pons
lll III II I II I lil Bli'W M" nw iww-.wuwnsu! Wir'flliBTflnWKfr'IMfit1
tl, 11 ill! UCU U'
It Is to your advantage to see the style3 we are showing and price new suits In black
cheviots with long eklrt effect suits that other houses ask $16.50 for 1 9 rn
our price only IfciUU
Swell man-tailored mannish effects at $45.00, $35.00, $30.00, $25.00, $20.00 ,
Wash Waists and Skirts
Tour choice of any Wash Skirt on our counter worih up to $5.00 for
95 dozen Wash Waists worth $1.25
Three hundred dozen Wash Waists in all wash materials worth un to
$2.00 for only
Two hundred and fifty dozen Wash WtJots In white and colors worth up
to $3.00 for
Your choice of any Colored Waist on our counters made of real linen, fine
oaiiste ana other wash fabrics worth up to $6.00 lor
OMAHA EXPRESSMEN QUIET
Employes of Blc Companies Hero
Not In with Chicago Movement
for Hither Wages.
"We are not anticipating a demand for
higher wages and shorter hours from our
office and depot employes,'? said the man
ager of one of the big express companies
doing business in Omaha. "The threat of
the Brotherhood of Railway Expressmen
to tie up business In Chicago unless their
demands are granted has not been dupli
cated In Omaha and so far as I know
there Is no move on foot to advance
There are from sixty to seventy-five office
and depot employes In Omaha express
offices. Of this number not more than one
fifth belong to the Brotherhood. None of
the men of the American and Adams
offices are in. It Is not doubted but that
the local organization will grow, but trou
ble over wages is not considered a con
tingency. The Adams people say they are
paying fully as high wages as those de
manded in Chicago. Xs to hours no com
plaints have been made.
LARGEST EXCLUSIVE RETAIL MILLINERY HOUSE IN THE WEST.
Extraordinary Sale on all
Mid-summer Millinery Saturday
Get Prices See ours before you buy.
Advance styles In fall ready-to-wear and
tailored hats now on sale.
1508 Douglas Street"
Men's Shoe Store
There's Going to bo a Stir Among the Men's
000 PA IKS OF MEN'S SHOES THAT A1JE
WORTH $3 WILL (JO ON SALE AT. . .
Certain lines, somewhat depleted, are not to be
filled in again thin summer, and they are slated to
go ou sale very much below their customary prices.
The assortment for choice of shapes and leathers
is large, and affords splendid choice! for men who
still need easy, splendidly wearing summer shoes.
$3.00 MEN'S SHOES r $2 QO
SALE OF TRUNKS
We bought a sample line of trunks they $Et HQ
are worth up to $8.00 choice ,nJ.WV
Don't Forget ths Big Fur Sale Lasts Only Ons Day.
Big Sheet f.lusic Sale Today
60c and 60c Sheet Music only 19c, by moil 20c nucn sellers an Bowery Buck Two Step,
t-oraena iwo-step, ine same Old urowit ong, vvnere tno- silvery Colorado Winds
Ita Way song. On a Sunday Afternoon, When the Gold Waa Turning Gray a very
pretty sons' Actions Speak Louder Than Words, Think Just Once More Before
Ave Part both line BPllinK eonss and When Kate and I Were Comlr.a- in
25c iFTff SSk.-iiS.
j nrough the Rye, Pinkie, a pi
morrow only each by mall
retty little waits Bong the above on sale to-
A Grand August Clearing Sale of Fine Shoes
Closing out the balance of the ' Crown Shoes" and the shoes from the Lynn and
urocton Danxrupi snoe siovks.
Brooks Bros.' $5.00 hand turned
Lynn Shoes 3. 50 hand turned or
Crown Shoes J3.00 and J3. 50 Good
year welts all leathers
Children's and misses' Jl and JL25
Slippers 7o and
Women's S2.00, 12.50 and $3.00 Tan
or Black Oxfords
Men's $2.00 and $3.50
Agents for the ULTRA and G ROVER
Shoes for women and the 6TETSON and
CROSSETT Shoes for men. NONE BET
Immense assortment of ladles' fine Hosiery at 26c, lBo
Forty-two styles ladies' fine Ho3lery worth from 75c to $1.00 per pair your
choice during this sale bt
Complete line of colors in ific Wide Ribbonsal
Draped Veilings worth "5o tnd $1.00 sale
Ladles' Silk Gloves ct 60c
Entire Stock of the Great Knoxall Factory
Trunks, Valises and Traveling Bags. The variety Is so great It Is simply Impos
sible to name prices.. We guarantee less than halt trunk store prices or no sale.
SO ACCIDKXTS IS SATIRE,
Erery Calamity, No Matter How Great,
Has a DeflDlte Ileglnnln-.
There are no accidents in nature.
The avalanche that without a moment's
warning rushes headlong down the moun
tain side Is not an accident.
For years previous tiny atoms have been
eryslallslng and adding their minute weight
to the mass which left its base when tho
accumulation reached a certain point.
Neither is baldness an accident. The In
finlteatmally smull germ which Is the cause
or liandruff and Baldness, feeds
and long before the result Is seen.
mo mnaii germs wnicn thrive on the
scaip ana which are the cause of Bald
ness and DandrufT cannot exist, however,
when Newbro's Herplclde is applied.
ouu u, leaiung arugglsts. Bend 10c in
stamps ror .ample to The Herplclde Co
Detroit. Mich. Sherman & McConnell Drug
vu. vircciai a,ams.
CLA-S A-GAEL PICNIC,
Aseot Park, Iowa, Ang.al 10.
ine cian-Na-Gael Societies of Omaha
and 8outh Omaha will give their fourth
annual picnic at Ascot Park, la.. Sunday,
An elaborate program has been prepared
Consisting of nn address by Mr. Thimas
J. Doyle of Lincoln, Neb., orator of the
quartet will open the afternoon pre.
gram. Games of all kinds, for which prises
win ne aw.raea.
ins in! nam win leave me Union sta
.Inn rl rAn.l Tft v. .....
wu... ... ........... c.,,1 n, iv, at :39 a.
in.; aiirriiunn irnin. J -.la p. m. First train
returns ai p. m.
Modern Wosdmta of America
Thursday. August 10th,
$0 cents for the tound trip,
Bpeclal train leave. Union Station
9:00 A. M.
For tickets and full Information
City Ticket Office, 1324 Farnam St.
Mrs. Elisabeth Will and daughters i
to express their Heartfelt thanks to th
many kind friends who have shown thei
love and sympathy to them In their be.
Dr. F. W. Siabaugh, dentist, $1$ N. T. Life.
Hot Springs, the delightful summer
resort and natural sanitarium of
th West, Is easily reached by tl 3
complete train service of the
Chicago 8c North-Western Ry.
Special low rates In effect from
Omaha and all points west, dally
during the summer season. Fast
dally trains with through service of
Pullman sleeping cars from Mis
souri Valley and freo reclining
chair cars from Omaha. Leave
Omaha dally at 3.00 p. m., reach
ing Hot Springs the next morning.
Summer tourist rates sre also in effect daily
via the Chicago tfc NorihAVestern Railway
to the summer resorts ol Iowa, Minnesota
and Noribero Wi:ouia.
Send or illustrated booklets and maps, with'
detailed infurmuiion regarding routes, rales
snd schedules, win. n will be promptly mailed
upon application to
JUST THE WORD
Is SURE DEATH for our bug killer. Don't
be fooled by the past few cool days. In
thinking the bugs are gone for the season,
'cnuse ihey will be here again soon as lc
Tarmi up; that is we mean they will be
after you again unless you are after them
first with sure death, which ?omea In pints
at 16c; quarts at 25c; H gallons at 60c or
gallons ut lc. A pint nil ran free with
60c or 90c slate. DELIVERED any place
In cliy at these prices.
A FEW LOW CUTS WHICH CAN'T BB
DCPI.ICATED IN OMAHA.
$1.00 Peruna all you need at 67o
$1.00 Fierce s Medicines at 68o
60c Doan's Kidney Pills at 3flo
50c Cutlcura Salve at 33o
35c Genuine Castoria at .' "4o
Perhaps you can buy these goods for a
LITTLE MORE MONEY BUT WHY?
60o Cramer's Kidney Cure guaranteed 40c
60c liar Hen 40c
ic Lnxitlve Bromo Qulnle i.y.
25c Qulnacetol guaranteed Cold Cure .. 20c
OFEN ALL NIGHT.
Two 'Pnoacs 747 ana 7V7.
16th and t'klcsgn treats, Omaha.
H. C. CHEYNEY, Ccncral Agent
MOl-HOJ iirum Su
"OMAHA THE RIGHT PLACE."
Mr. A. L. Orendorff Is a member of the
well-known firm of Parlln-Orendorff Co. of
Canton, 111., having also targa interests in
the Omaha firm of the same name. The
firm handles thousands of buggies every
year, having large factory Interests In
Kansas City, St. Louis, Decatur. Mln-
I neapolla and Dallas as well, but when Mr.
I Orendorff wants a good vehicle for his
I own use he comes to an Omaha Arm and
pays the price for a good hand made top
Concord buggy. The Drummond Carriage
Company of this city are now building n
vehicle to his order. Mr. OrendorfT's judg
ment on such matters ciugnt to be very
keen, and Omaha can take it for granted
that there are no better mechanics any
where In the west and no better vehicles
made than this same Omaha firm can turn
out when opportunity is offered. The firm
of the Drumond Company Is now closing
out Its stock of vehicles and harness, but
still dolne a large repair business and
building new vehicles to oraer.
FOR TOILET AND BATH
Delicate enouch for the softest
skin, and yet efficacious in removing
any stain. Keeps the skin in pertcct
condition. In the bath gives all the
desirable after-effects ot a Turkish
bath. It should be on every wash
stand. All. GROCERS AND DRL'OQISTS
Special Prices in our
Optical Dept. Saturday
No Charge for Fitting.
Ml? A Great Honey-Saving
lAQ Sale of Boys' and Chil
li U rirntVc f!lnthiny
THE ItUI.IAni.K. no UK.
Peonle who buy carefully are always on the watch for just such occasions as
hln onnortunitv to save conHiderable on the finest suit of clothing. We want to
close out our light and medium weight suits quickly, and the prices we have quoted
below on these suits will bring crowds or people wno want to save money on uoys'
and children's clothing.
Regular i Value for 05c.
In very deslrabl patterns in gray ana
brown mixtures In ligni unu meuium
dark colors made In Norfolk and double-
breasted styles regular i.tw vai
Regralnr 3 Values for l.tSO.
In very handsome patterns in lisnt ana
dark colors punts muuu wun cau'uiuh
waistband, reinforced tapod Ben ma made
up in Norfolk .sullor, blouse and two
piece styles regular J3.0J vai- I FA
ues for l9w
Iteicular fS Valne for f2.SO.
Made In sailor blouse, sailor Norfolk, Nor
folk, two and three-niece styles the nob
biest and swellest things of imported and
domestic fabrics light, medium and dark
colors fancy cheviots. tweeds, cassi-
meres and homespuns suits worth up to
Oi.w special Kuie price n r
Boys' all wool Knee Pants ages it to
years choice of 60c to 75c values OF.
on sale ut only IwC
Children s washable Knee Pants reguiu
2uc values go on sale at
One quart Cm
Al.I, BRANDS OP LAUNDRY STARClf.
Celluloid Starch 7ft
Elastic Starch fa
tier package I W
All brands of Laundry Boap
Large sacks of While or Yellow
Cornmeal per sack
Read These Prices
Large glasses Fine Fruit
Large bottles Fancy Stuffed
Fresh Soda Crackers
Fresh Butter Crackers
Large, Juicy Lemons
Fancy Sweet Oranges
each Fresh Roasted Peanuts
Cuod Japan Tea
Good Rio Coffee
per pound '.
Must Be Closed Out in Fifteen Days.
The above pretty Stanhope tnd 20 others of latest designs will be cloned nut at
factory cost, if taken nt once. We want more room. BARGAINS. Come aud tee.
Repository lOth and Farnam Streets.
Kingman Implement Gompany
to extract the most difficult tooth without the eL!;h!est pain to the patient
Examination of the ieetb and advice given, free.
BAILEY, The Dentist,
Ladj Attendant. Telephone 1085. 3rd Floor Pa it 01 Block.
issssi un misfl u ill ItL-W,
Boys' Shoes SI.50
We have always made a special ef
fort to give you a boy's shoe at this
price that could not be duplicated any
where. We believe we have succeeded, for
,e sell to the same people over and
ever again and we couldn't do ihat if
there was no merit in mem.
Let us show you these little won
ders Saturday. If you can't see the
value in them then don't buy but w
would like to have you see them any
DREXEL SHOE CO.,
Omaha's Up-to-Dato Shos House
H!9 Farnam Street.
-siw.WJi laiia.il JUHl.PW
THE BENNETT GOMPANY
FFIESH E.1EAT DEPT., Prices Always the Lowest
No. 1 Vancy Hums
No. 1 fancy C Hams
No. 1 Fancy Bacon
per pound ..
per pound ..
per pound ..
W Ff-MAir BCN
!.r: ftiliiUKr.!. b.-L,
Tr. MUru)i. uui .11. ai' laliurs: kjiii. uw
Bhennaa at MoCoruell Drug Co., Omaha.
and people tell tne prices that is one of
the many reasons why our drug depart
ment Is always busy.
3o Cascarets ' l9o
fee Bromo-Seltier jso
11.00 Pinkham's Vegetable Compound .. 74o
$1 00 Ayer's Hair Vigor 790
25c Carter a IJver puis 140
2&c Packer's Tar Soap 14,.
25c 4711 Boap 10c
6c Elder Flower Boap 4,.
tc Glycerine Boap c
75o Automobile Club Perfume 500
75o Roman Lily Perfume
75c Passion Rose Perfume &oc
75c Mascott Perfume 50c
Quart bott'.e Port Wine gj0
Quart bottle Bheny Wine sac
1 ON Ji--e
TT I r r 7ff Ikll Mass
full bleached satin finish pure
linen iMapains worm i.o on
4 bleached satin finish Napkins
(2 00 quality at
Extra heavy sliver bleached salin
German linen Table Linen wortn
J1.00 on sale at
LINEN SALE SATURDAY
Scotch Da mark Table Linen worth
"Co on sale at
Bleached Muslin, White Goods, Long
Cloth and fine Shirting, all at reduced
prices during this sale.
XMpaty Btata vatennarlam.
n.L.RaUACCIOTTI, D. v. s,
Offloa and InHrmary, ttU and Mason 8ta
ftwAvlia, IiPona Wa
MX710IAJ. BANK. OF OAAHA.-
nr rmi4 f mi
B W Mi gtmt
SvlM tmwt llM.a.
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Every Item we quote Is sold on Its
merits. QUALITY guaranteed the
standard of excellence.
ttrletlr Fre.U E P" U""" "
- 1 n.nlrr Batter. 1.
Hulled Oats, 8 .k.i. for ..
Katie Condensed Milk,
Malta teres, pWtf
Hire's Hoot Beer Kstract..
Jrtlc qoallty saluioa Bleak.
!CBe onalltr Salmon Strait ..
iiAe duality Maine Lobsters
25o raa HocUwood's foeoa
kim lb. Mailer's chocolate.
15e iar Siloed Beef
ah ner oooad for TOo qoallly
rbolrrst Japaa Tea
Remember great chencea are often
lost by falling to give prompt atten
tion to opportunities
Exponents of Good Living,
28th and Farnam Sts.
r.rv Tels. 1XS-133!. Market Tel. W
GROCERIES AT HEADQUARTERS!
THAT'S where to buy groceries.
HERE'S TUB PLACE!
Pleasant, roomy and with perfect ven
tilation! Clean surroundiiiRb salespeo
ple who are Intelligent and Rood -mannered,
prices that are WHOLESALE to
the one-horse affair round the corner!
EVERY ADVANTAGE IS YOLRS!
YOU WANT NO MORE. DO YOUT
A PEARL TAPIOCA SPECIAL.... So
Baked Beans, 3-lb. can
Preserved Blackberries can....
Best Laundry Soap, 10 bars
Preserves, assorted, Jar
Jelly, assorted, glass
Salmon, 1-lb. can......
Potted Meats, assorted, csn 3c
Olives. Cottle Do
Pickles, any kind, bottle tc
French Mustard, glass Jar and
Imponed Sardines, ran 10c
Chill Sauce, bottle 80
Worcester Sauce, tottle 10c
Cviatlne, package lite
Peaches, can loc
Parlor Matches, 1,0X !n box-box.... 5o
Table Syrup, all flavors, ;ar 15c
Full Creum Cheese, lb 12V4C
Neufcvhulel Cheese, each 4o
Royal Lunclicun Cheese, Jar 10c
Country Butter, lb 16c
Medium Eour Pickles, -pint (a
Roasted Santos CofTee, lb 12c
Tea Sittings, lb 16c
ALL GOODS MARKED WITH
THE LAST DAY
Saturday Is the last day of the sule of ths
Levlre stock on our second, hoor. '1 he
extraordinary low prices wliK'li wa make
for this special day ought to clean out
every dollars worth by Saturday night.
Every perwon wanting to safe money on
Men's apparel ought lo take advantage of
this last day's sale. Men's underwear 10c.
Straw hats tc. All wool Men's pants tie.
Boy's long pants lie. Men s linen pants
25c. What is left In run Dress and Tuxedo
suits VZ'M. Mackintoshes (1. 1. Men s socks
3c. Men's blue overalls without bib l!i;..
Extra good shirts, some worth ss high as
75c, your choice 25c. Colored collars, 2 tor
lc. Children's light weight blue overalls
10c a pair. Choice out of a lot of silk
neckwear 5c each. Choice of any suit no
matter how fine, the Levire's retail price
was as high as tJfc.Wi, your pick fur the lat
day 15.00. There are many things still left
that we cannot Just think of, there maybe
something among this lot that Is Just
exactly what you need. If there Is It will
be at an enormous saving o you. Be jre
and attend the last days closing out sale
of the Levlre stock. Guarantee Clothing
Co., 1519-1521 Douglas street. In the rear
of our main floor we place on sale a lot of
Boy's clothing. Wo expect to open up an
entire new department, therefore want to
close out what we have left. Boys' knee
pants regulation 50c article on sale, 25c.
Double breasted children' suits 60c. sc
and 11.48. Boys' double knee, ribbed seam
less black, silk finish, stockings, sizes 5-8,
sale price 7VjC. And many other snsps.
For instance choice of all our straw hats
left unrestricted choice fur 10c.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Ilcst Agrlcaltaral Weekly,
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