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THE OMAHA DAILY HEE: FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1903.
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ODDS AUD ENDS FROM THE MOST SUCCESSFUL
CLEARING SALE EVER HELD AT BRAIiDEIS
We are clearing away our summer stork more rapidly aud more thoroughly
than ever twfore. Purlnjr the pant week the nrcumulntlon of rcniunnta hug b'pn
rnormou-Wp must clear them away Krtrtny.
Remnants and Odd Lots of Fine Laces
Barpain tables filled with new lots of hiph class wash and trim-
nd h:inda white, ecru and
---- - r r '
linen shades all widths Vals, Clunrs,
Point de Talis, Torchons, etc. worth
up to 20c yard, at
REMNANTS OF EMBROIDERIES All tho medium and nar
row widths of embroideries and insertings new patterns
odd lots from the great clear
ing Bale, at, yard
All the match seta of embroideries and wider embroideries
and insertings hundreds of dainty
mtterna and ehowv designs Li
---- ' 4
All tho 2?-lnch wide Embroidery Flouncing; and all JO. J Q
ths Fancy All Over Embroideries, at, yard ntJ ttUU 3J
Js wnite, ecru ana
,he medium and nar
2c, 5c and 7V2C
id wider embroideries
Attend the Big Sale
On account of the hot weather It ffmi to
ho dull In moot stores around town; It la
not that way at the GCARANTER
CI.OTHINO CO.'S nl. Hare you find a
crowd of people picking up the great bar
gains quick and faet. Right now In be
tween sranong people do not care to pay
great. hlK, fancy prices; here you (ret flrst
claa.o, up-to-date merchandise at lees than
luilf of their actual value. We Just quota
at random a few prices : Boys' overalls,
15c; men's outing suits. W W; good handker
chiefs, 3c; black aateen shirts, 25c; seasona
ble thin underwear, 15c; men's fancy chev
iot suits. J3.8E; men's overalls, 25c; men's
half hose, t pair for 10c; boys' strong hose.
Pc; silk bow ties. Se; men's string ties, 9c;
boys' knee pants. l.V; strong suspenders,
9c: better ones, 12c, etc. All on sale on the
Oh our main floor we are slaughtering the
fine furnishing goods stock of the Lincoln
Shirt Co. of Chicago. Here swell dressers
can find Just exactly what they require for
dressing up at just about half of the prices
asked for the Identical goods In other
1519-1521 Douglas St.
Exceptional Btvrl&iivs in the Basement.
Remnants of Wash Goods
Thousands of yards of fine Foreign Wash Goods, Including French Lawns, Fine
Dimities, IliKb. Grade llatiste, etc., light and dark grounds, printed,
with small figures and stripes and dots, large floral designs, etc.
They have sold for l'5o a yard. Here Friday, for, yard
Fine sheer quality of white India I.luou
in largo remnants, a regular I
15c grade, for, a yard U2C
Flaln silk mulls, good assortment of
colors, long as thoy last, C
for, per yard JC
40-lnch wide Persian lawn, splendid for
summer dresses, a 23c qual- 1 A
lty, for, a yard IlC
"From S to 10 a. m. -
All Small Lota of Lawns, Dimi
ties, 5ultlngs, Batistes values
up to Alteon cents a yard fl '
for, a yard 2C
10,H) yards light percale with small de
signs neatly printed, 1 yard C
wide and big bargain, for yd.. .. JC
Full standard fancy dress prints, red
grounds, printed in dark n
styles, for. yard sWC
Seersucker ginghams, all size stripes,
sells in full pieces for 12MiC 1 n
a yard, on bargain square, yd.. . U2v
From 2 to 4 p. m.
Amwakeac Apron ainghata all
size checks, good quality dress
ginghams, these are in full Xl
dress lengths, worth 15o yd
REMNANTS IN LINEN DEPARTMENT
Sample pieces of Turkish
Towels, some almost whole
towels, worth 10c
Remnants of Ta
ble Damask, all
kinds at half price
Remnants of fine towel
ing 2 to 21-2 yards long,
will go at, a J 1
piece ... . 2C
Fl ! fliiAm Clearing ' All Remnants of Seasonable Dress
V1CW WUUUS Qooda-thataoldupto$2ayapd ft at.
-lengths 8, Bto8 yards-rmust b sold at once- in Lf i
Panamas, Serges, Voiles, Eoltonnes, etc..
it, per yard.
French Organdies at 5c Yard
ARC AD K.
Mill lengths In assorted ends, enough
Wash Goods &.( 10c a Yard
A RCA CI K. ,
Odds and ends that sold up to 48c
Hamnanfe Vl CMlV. Silk Crepe., Panamas and suit
svwtiiiiuiua ui ll.u vl.n ing, silks In iengtha from
one-fourth yard to a yard long, bright, pretty col- C rt 1C TCn
ora, for, per pieoe 7C"llJC"i JC JC
BLACK SILK RET1N ANTS Guaranteed black taffeta, yard wide black peau de
sole, Jap silks, crepe de chine, from 1 to 7 yards, at half manufacturer's price.
PLAIN AND FANCY SILK TWILL AND SATIN FOULARDS Shirt 1 T
waist silks, etc., at, yard i-JC
ASWEEPINO CLEARING SALE OF SHIRT WAIST SILKS - Taffetas, Dres
den and Pompadour silks, wash silks aod pongees, 3J(
Big 5al of .fnRI ntB l?F-if-! Saturday
Pattern Hats ?VW . JUfcU! Sala of P..
y LniS rAil
JHLe' CKUJ tern Hats
HILL CANNOT RUIN OMAHA
Buco ia Bticknej'i Visw of Cut-Off
Itading Gate Citj.
PARTY RETURNS FROM PACIFIC COAST
G. W. Wsttlta Will B AetlT Offlevr
ta New Cmlldatd Bwak
4 Wsrk fwr lta
President A. B. Stickney of the Chicago
Great Western railway spent the day In
Omaha, lunching at the Omaha club and
taking aa automobile ride about the city
with Gerrit Fort, assistant general passen
ger agent of the Union Paclnc, la the afternoon.
Mr. Stickney was , accompanied by hts ,
wife, hts daughter, Mrs. H. Sneve of St.
raul. and her husbanO. Vr. Sneve. and Mr.
ami Mr. O. W. Wattles. Thoy returned,
from a trip, lasting a month, along the Pa
cific coaat and at the Lewis and Clark ex
position. "I have nothing of special interest to
give out that would Interest Omahans."
aal4 President Stickney. 'The grain mar
ket aeoms to bo thoroughly established and
a suoceaa; tho Great Western has no com
plaint to offer on tfc business It la doing
la this territory, and I think the lndepea
dent elevator will be ready to do busiuess
ta a short time. There are no new plans
for Industries or establishments connected
with the railway ready for announcement
at this time."
Questioned regarding the probable effects
of the proposed Ashland cutoff to be built
by the Great Northern, which threatens to
go around Omaha, he said:
Caaaot Hart Uatki war.
"This seetns to be an assured fact, but I
do not think it la within the power of any
one railioad to do great dauiage to Omaha.
Omaha is too Important, too big and too
rich. Millions of dollars have been spent
on beit lines arouad Chicago, planned so as
.to Wave Chicago out In the cold, and yet I
d sot thin that there has been aa appre
ciable effect ea Chicago. I apply the same
conditions to Omaha and I see do cause for
Mr Wattles said: "1 ce.me back a little
early so I would be In lime for the bank
cousoiidation and to take my place Satur
day moral a g aa an active officer In the
capacity of vice president with the new
Cnlted- States National bank. I shall de
vote my best effort to building up this
Presaivat Stickney and Mr. Wattles say
the Portland exposition is a success. The
vuutor wi'l leave for St. Paul tonight.
Dalley died Tuesday mornlnar aftw n
ferlng Illness. The pallbearers were: C
Sanders. K. A. Fitzgerald. Harm,. I
worth, William Wood. T. D. Hughes and
In the natural or rough state resemble
smooth pebbles. To obtnln the finished
firoduct It Is necessary first to cleave
t, then grind the fttrets and finally
polish them. To obtain an American
cut one carat stone requires one that
will weigh In the rough fully 2V4
carats. Only 15 per cent of the rough
diamonds found will make a finished
stone weighing one carat or over. We
have them In all sixes to S-carat at
prices, so reasonable that we will give
you ulne-tenths of amount paid at any
time within one year from date of
.ax c uaas"r
Makes the little sapper
complete. Order a case.
JETTER BREWING CO.
etb Omaha. - 'Phoae S.
HUGO r. BIL.Z.
14th Douglas. Tel. 1641.
Co. Bluffs Headquarters
1011 Main Street, Tel. 80.
JUST ONE OFJTHOSE SCOOPS
Story ef Grain Eiehaagt Morlig
All Right Except It CoataJaa
Members of the Omaha Grain exchange
said Thursday there is no probability of
the exchange leaving Its present quarters.
This was relative to a story printed Wed
nesday In one oC the local papers to the
effect that the owners of the United States
National Bank building would offer the
present bank quarters to the grain ex
change when the bank has moved out
The general sentiment Is that the exchange
Is now most conveniently located, being la
the midst of the commission houses In the
Board of Trade building and only block
distant from the offices of the grain and
"""-LW companies in the Bee building
Secretary Merchant said he had received
no communication whatever from the bank
ywpie on u subject
WEBB FINDS A COUNTERFEIT
Discovers Oae-De.Il., SUr Cextla.
! Raised Jast T Ttsaea
Captain John Webb of the r-i,. ,..
secret service recovered a silver certlflcate
raised from U to o Wednesday that bad
been passed on one of the big local de
partment stoics. The raising of the cer
tificate is an excellent piece of pen work,
the figure -- having been carefully
erased with chemicals and the figure
and back of the bill. The bill 1 j, original
certlflcate with the eagle on the front.
There la no eagle on the genuine tlt or
sliver certificates. The raised bill Is a re
markably well executed piece of work and
It Is the impression of the secret service
department that there may be others In
circulation in the ctry and merchants are
caudoned to be on the lookout for them.
BELLIS UP ON SAME"CHARGE
Ace. ail ted ( Alleged lUeval
Vet tag Aoeaeed Agatei by
Thomas W. Haxen iias tiled a complaint
In county court against 1L J. Bellls for
Illegal voting. It Is aileged that Bellls
voted at aa election in School Dls
trict No. when he hud bo right to do so.
The defendant In this case now has a
JJB.mi damage suit pending m the district
court against socio parties in Benson who,
at tho school el-H.-Uoa in. question, had him
i"r uiegai votiug and perjury. He
was acquitted of the, charge ln justice
Mrs. UaUley Laid at Heat.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Elisabeth
rHiiley was held Thursday afternoon from
tae family rvsilenc. TV'S North kienteeoth
street, Kev. Charles W. INtvidge omcmtirig.
guriai a as at surest Lao ceuietery. Mia.
A W osicee.
Ererbody who has tried Buckiens Ar
nica Salve, for cuts, burns and wounds,
says It s a wonder. Jbc; guarantsod. F
sal by Snerwaa alcCsonaU Crag; Ce
JULY 23, 1905, VIA
Special train will leave
Omaha Union Depot
7:15 a. m. ; Council
Bluff Cltj city depot
7:35 a. m.
Returning, leave Des
Moinea 7:15 p. m.
No Intermediate stops for
F. P. Rutherford, D. P. A.
1323 Farium Street
CORK THE PORES
of tour siun with DERM ALINE
8KIN SOAP Cleansing, antisepiiu
and Bon-lrrltatlng. Beat for baby s
Hawaii Cm: Ca., 1 6ta and Capital kit.
SCHOOLS AD COLLXSES.
Oksstt w4 Ure is madia Wesk
H I w
OMAHt WKATIIFIl FOTtKCtST FrMay Tolr.
likfcliN TRAOirSU STAMPBOOIH II
ON MAIN FLOOR
0 11 tl 0
V I 11!
Rcady-to-wenr Duck Hats in the
season's best ideas, sweet and
cool even in a look Friday. . . .
Trimmed DuckSoilorsvery desirable for Btreet
.138, 1.49, 98c
Millinery 2nd floor Mrs. Sinclair in charge.
Dry Goods Section
LADIES' LINEN CANVAS SUITS White, green and blue
half-fitting coat, trimmed collar aud cuffs, Z Q tZ
full flare skirt, marked down from $5.50 to ee J
LADIES' TAILOR - MADE LINEN SUITS White, cham
pagne, reseda green, cadet blue, light green, Q QO
marked down from f 12.50, f U.50, f 15, f 16.50 to. . U
SILK PETTICOATS An immense display on our second
floor bargain circle. Black and all colors, values Z Q C
$5 to $8 Friday while they last, at $4.95 and . . .eaJ
BATIIINO SUITS Special sale at main front en- Q C
trance. Bathing suits, fine serge, worth ?3, at. . . lea
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S STOCKINGS One j Ap
case each, fast black, 20c quality, Friday at 1UC
LADIES' FINE SUMMER VESTS Richelieu ribbed, low
neck, no sleeves, twenty-cent quality fl
Friday, three vests for .aisiUC
LADIES' nAND BAGS (In dry goods section) CA
black, brown and tan, regular 98c quality, at UC
Our big bargain circle on the main floor is devoted en
tirely to notions again. Thousands of little things from one
penny up. will be found on it.
ANOTHER. GREAT SHORT-LENGTH SALE
Every remnant of fine wash poods ln our big wash goods stock, worth
from 10c to 75c a yard, all good lengths all day ( f
Friday, only. . . ...-..'C
A Big Lot of Fine White India. Linons and Colored Wrxsh
Goods From 8 to 9 m. 2c & Yard
100 pieces of 28-Inch Percales, worth 8 l-3c yard, C
only . DC
Extra Heavy Double Warp Turkish Towels, worth 23c each,
Friday .. .............
100 pieces White and Cream Wash Laces, worth 15c yard ,T
for three hours, 9 to 12 o'clock...... IC
23c Neckwear for Women f
All Lace Stocks, Fancy Pique Stocks, Fancy Embroidered fj
Turnovers Neckwear counter each j JUC
. ... Linea Handkerchief SJe"
500 Dozen of Plain, Hemstitched and Colored Border Linen
Handkerchiefs on sale 2:30 to 6 p. m. each
We have about 200 short lengths of Plain and Fancy f JJ f
Silks Silk counter at lj-s)C
Jast Received by Express.
200 Pairs of Ladies
White Canvas Oxfords.
Heavy aud light soles.
1,500 pairs of Ladles Tan Russia
Calf and Chocolate Viol Kid
Shoes, Oxfords and Gibson Ties
that must be sold at once, at
$2.50 and $3.00.
One Hundred and Fifty Green T reding
Stamps with Each Pail.
Our customers are Judges of values.
Thirty Green Trading Stamps with
pound can Bennett's Capitol O A
Baking Powder s4C
Twenty Green Trading Stamps Ofin
with can Diamond 'S" Fruits. aOC
Twenty Gre-n Trading 8tamps with
gallon Duffy's Pure Cider A e
Twenty Green Trading Stamps rCf)-
with five cans Genessee Corn."'-'
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with
five cans Brockport New York fiO-
Tomatoes, very fancy UoC
Ten Green Trading Stamps wtthO'Tr,
can Diamond '8 1 Salmon
Five Green Trading Stamps with fr
package Graham Crackers IvIW
Ten Green Trading Stamps with
omind Three Crown California f Qg
Ten Green Trading Stamps with f
can Omar Salmon.
Pie Peaches, O 5
Zoo Soap, ?n
WATCH FOR THE BIG JIG SALE.
Tittt itacitHLic nant:
Watch for Our
Friday Bargain Bulletin
High Grade Remnants in the Main Wish Goods Dept.
Thse are not mill ends, nor goods cut up for snl.. 1ml rrmnnnt of our very
choicest wash fRhrlos that sold out first
,5c, 59c, 43c and "9c WHITE GOODS AT
White mercerized Jacquards, worth BVs
and 79c; while Imported dotted Swisses;
natural colored pongees, etc.; Bedford
cords Bengallnes and other goods, worth
from 3!c to 75c yard; all at, as
25c and 39c WHITE WASH GOODS AT
Marseilles, cords, Jacquards, stripes, laces
ana an otner wnue gooas, worth from
zc to yira; at,
IH) NOT MISS THIS SALE.
50c and 7.".c Sil.K ORGAN P1E8 AT 10c.
75c Imported organdies, ln 3! yards and up;
39c Tiles de fcnlo, Sue: Lora'lne silk nov
elties and utlicr poods, worth up to 75cj
also 35c ana r.o linings and lining lii,
silks; all will go t. yard IUC
25c WASH GOODS AT 6c.
Ginghams, vmlos, suitings, white goods,
crepes, 40-inch batiste all colors and
whole lot of other goods,
Friday Bargains in Silks
GREAT CLEAN VP SALE OF SILK
PONGEES NATURAL, PONGEES 19
INCHES WIDE. 00
ROUGH PONGEE. 27 Inches wide,
regular 86c. yard
ROUGH PONGEE and RUBY ATT BILK
SUITING, 27 Inches wide, 11.00
Cawnpore India Silk Suiting, Heather Silk
and Shantung Pongee, 27 inches wide,
J2.00 quality, Tkn
yard, 85c .and
Again, Friday, we offer all our corded wash
silk, consisting of stripes and checks, plain
fancy wash silks and natural 27 Inch
wide Jap silk, nilc values, 32C
27-Inch Mack China silk, 59c value, jjg
36-Inch black China silk. 9So value,
36-inch Mack China silk. $1.25 value Qq
Remnant Day in the Great West Room.
10c remnants of Lonsdale. Fruit of the
Loom and all leading makes of bleached
and unbleached muslin, per En
27c remnants of 8-4. 9-4 and 10-4 Utlca
and Pepperell bleached and un- f Cr
bleached sheeting, per yard
20c remnants of pillow casings, bleached
and unbleached, plain and tubing, 42
inch, 4o-lnch and 50-Inch wide, IClc
per yard IVt
10c bleached cambric muslin, 36 fZ
Inches wide, per yard Jw
GREAT' SPECIAL SALE OF HAMMOCK 8
from to 00 down to
WASH GOODS DEPARTMENT.
15c remnants of colored mercerized foulard
iocs, from 1 to 5 yard lengths, Oir
per yard sSjW
6c remnants of standard dress prints,
medium nml dark colors, '11,,
per yard OJV
10c remnants of Paclnc mills colored ba
tiste, Finall and large figures, A.C
fast colors, per yard sW
25o remnants of embroidered Swisses, as
sorted colors, Btrlctly fast colors, f)c
per yard w
Assorted styles and qualities 3Qc
GROCERIES Wt Rtttll to tht Cottsum
The best pure cane granulated sugar,
per pound tMe
48-lb. sacks fancy high patent Minnesota
10 bars Swift's Pride. Beat 'Em All or
White Paris laundry soap 25c
V-lb. cans potted ham
Vi-lb. cans deviled ham
V,-lb. cans deviled tongue
-lb. cans potted tongue
i,,-10. cans oottea Deei
lfi-ox. can condensed cream 7H5
1-lb. package macaroni 8Vc
eraf Wholesale Prices GROCERIES
l-lb. package corn starch
1-lb. cans fancy Alaska salmon...
OH or mustard sardines, per can
FRUIT. FRUIT. FRUIT.
Large Juicy lemons, per doi
Large Juicy oranges, per dos
Fancy Elberta peaches, per basket
Large basket fancy red June plums....
Large basket fancy apricots
Three measures fresh roaBted peanuts.
Fancy Colorado honey, per rack
Soft shell English walnuta, per lb
Fancy, large' ripe bananas, per dos
the convenience of a Gas Range? Warm
weather has no terrors for the housewife
with gas as fuel. Meals always on time,
no smoke or ashes to bother one and then
the cost is no greater than coal, and if
managed properly, it will be much less.
Remember when buying to ask for the
ECLIPSE GAS STOVE CO.
First National IBank
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
Surplus and Undivided Profits. . 329,357.63
Herman Kountze, President. John A. Creigbton, Vice) President.
F. H. Davis, Cashier.
C T. Konnts, Asst. -Cashier. L, L. Koontse, Asst-OaahleT.
Special facilities and liberal terms oflTered for mercantile anil
frawftny accounts. Tour business solicited.
Three per cent on Time Deposits.
It is cool to-day
Block signals Whv not take vour Sitmmff
Outing in Colorado Rockies?
The Santa Fe is arranging some
low'rate excursions to
Go on the Colorado Flyer, the
train that's as fine as the
Ask Geo C. Cham
bers, Pass. Agt,
) Equitable Bldg.,
Pes Moines, la.,
for "A Colorado
"FOLLOW THE PLAO."
Replace Your Old Watch, H)
with a new one. In gents' watches the latest Is a thin js'V.
moiM, ln gold filled would cost around lii.uO and l'5 ). ya-.V
Ladles' watches, late styles, new model in gold rlUed. jXTV
iround Jlj.iW and ta.'t. Spend a tew minutes In our . I
tore. Look for the name. I 1
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler.
1516 Dougie s Street.
LATEST, LIGHTEST. NEATEST. CHEAPEST LEATHER
B0UN3 MATTIM3 SUITCASES, 53.50. 33.75. 54 00.
Coaveaient to fan7, nic to look at and are made to last.
We curry a full line-of Grips. Suitcases and Trunks of our
wa manufacture. Send for catalogue. Prices right.
WE DO REPAIRING.
Omaha Trunk Factory, 1209 Fa mm St.
H'HUOLS AID (OLiretJ,
TTtft year N-w fir.proof buildinga Modern
equipment. t,ignrl lu;iiti.,n. Nuintr:
limited. Strong faculty. TrurougU null
tary and aoadeirud denartio.nl. Liica.
CL Aiart M. Julu.., A.M. Presigeat
South and Southeast, one fare plus 2.00.
Hot Springs, Ark., daily $23 00
St. Louis, Mo., dailj 18 50
Chautauqua, X. Y., July 2Sth 34.00
Detroit, Mich., Aug 13th and 14th 21.50
Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 17th and 18th 25 25
Kichmond, Va., Sept. Sth to 11th inclusive 33.75
Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 14th to 16th inclusive .' 32.75
Long limits, stop overs and other features offered ia con
nection with the above rates.
All agents can sell you through tickets and roate you
All tickets reading over the Wabash from Chicago east
are optional with passenger via lake or rail, either or both
Call at Wabash City office, 1601 Farnam street, or write
and let me give you all information, maps, descriptive mat
ter, foldera, etc.
HARRY E. MOORES,
C A. P. O. Wabash Ry., Omaha, Nb.
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