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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1905)
TnR Qf AITA DAILY KEE: FRIDAY, JULY 2S. 1WK
Great sale of MEN'S CROVJtl OXFORDS
continues Friday. $3, $3.50 and A OfC
$4 values at, choice f
Y.M. C. A. MEN TO NEW FIELDS
L Elmer Turner Goei to Ifeiioo and J. E.
Xuhni to Japan.
ARTHUR JORGENSEN SENT TO LINCOLN
Mr. Teraer Sacceeds G corse I. Bab
pock, Foraaerlr ( Omaha, Wt
Becomes National Beere.
OMAHA WRITHRR FORKC AT Frlaor Kknwrn and Thimdrrotmrms
Three prominent woraers In the Toung
den' Christian association, two of them
secretaries, are to leave Omaha for other
A. Elmer Turner, educational and reli
gious secretary, IU leave September 1 to
become general secretary at the City of
Mexico. The present secretary there,
George I. Babcock, who went from Omaha
three years ago, will become national sec
retary of Mexico. Besides having the duties
of secretary at the Mexican capital, Mr.
Turner will be expected to develop associa
tion work at neighboring cities. E. F. Den
lson will take charge of the educational
work here and W. S. Rothery of the reli
Arthur Jorgensen. present financial sec
retary, will leave early In Beptemlier for
Lincoln, to become student secretary at the
State university. Ills place here has been
offered to H. A. Stone.
John Hay Kuhns will go to Japan to
teach English In the government schools
of that country. Mr. Kuhns left Wednes
day for San Francisco. He will meet an
educational committee representing the
Japanese government when he gets to SI J
sun, and a station will be assigned him.
Mr. Kuhns was sent out by the interna
tional committee of the association and will
be expected to engage In association work
when not actively employed In teaching
One or two men, each year have gone
from the Omaha association to foreign
Acids. Three years ago Mr. Babcock went
to Mexico, two years ago W. W. Lock wood
went to Shanghai, China, and last year D.
Burr Jones went as army secretary to the
COLLINS AT HAYMARKET RIOT
Chicago's Sew Chief of Police Was
Oil of Patrolmen that
The new chief of polite, John Collins, of
Chicago, who Is making gamblers hard to
catch Just now, was one of the patrolmen
who figured on that immortal night In the
fatal Haymarket riot. In which policemen
were killed by anarchists and which led
to the suicide of one, the hanging of five
an! Imprisonment of three other disciples
of the dynamite school. Chief Donahue Is
acquainted with Collins, though not In
timately. He has the record of a good
Remedy for Diarrhoea Never Known
"I want to say a few words for Chamber
lain's Colic, ChoUra and Diarrhoea Rem
edy. I havo used this preparation In my
family for the past five years and havo
recommended It to a number of people In
York county and have never known It to
fail to effect a cure in any Instance. I feel
that I can not say too much for the best
remedy of the kind In the world." a.
JEM1SON, Bprlng Grove, York county,
Special Sale on
fJorden's Malted Milk
60c Borden1! Malted Milk for 40c
f 1.00 Borden's Malted Milk for 75c
$3.75 Borden's Malted Milk for....3.00
Some Saturday Specials'
25c Dr. Graves' Tooth Powder 12c
,25c Saullol Talcum. Saturday 12c
' 25c Sanltnl Tooth Powder, Saturday 14c
H5c Lyons Tooth Powder, Saturday 14c
25c Rublfoam, Saturday 17c
Apricot Murshmallows, something
new and delicious, Saturday, lb... 25c
50c Epsom-Fizz for 45c
Small Epsom-Ftzz for 10c
Sherman & McGonnell Drug Go.
Cor, 16th and Dodare, Omahn, Neb.
Great clearing gale of our fancy
Socks. Over 100 styles to select
from, will be closed out at
Three Pairs for
for few days only. This Is the
regular 15c a pair kind. Come
Vanin. Underwear and Beads as
Jos. F. BUz
322 South 16th St.
I RINGS! !
5 Everybody Buys them.
Everybody Wears them, t
I $5.00 to $500.00. I
Find a better soap for the Com
plexion. Nursery. Si-alp, Toilet or
ll!h than Hrrll (medicated)
altla Soa. The very best medicated
suhd. ioc ,
Kciefl Dug Co., I6ti in. Capitol Am.
This store closes at
5 OXIock Every Evening
Except Sa.turda.ys at 10 p. m.
THE LAST GREAT SALE OF
REMNANTS AND ODD LOTS
FROM THE CLEARING SALE
The last and greatest sale of remnants from the
most successful clearing sale ever held in the west.
Small lots must go quickly.
High Grade Mercerized Sateens Favorite Sateensi
In black, white, and all colors, the regular 40c
quality; on?a,lf for the first time for, yd
ized white walrt
Inn9, worth up to
5uc, for .yard .
15c quality white
Inilla llnon, 40
lawn; special, yd.,
(ong cloth, Nnln
sook and Una
muslin. In mill
3rt-lnch percale In
nice long- rem
nants, 15c grade,
batiste, llnht or
printed In all
stripes and large
checks, for, yard,
Scotch lawns. In
good long lengths,
ized table dam
ask, remnants, aa
long as t n a y
FRENCH ORGANDIES at 3lc YARD
ON SALE IN BASEMENT
Friday w will sell 3 cases of mill lengths,
that match pretty floral organdies, .for waists, dresses
and party wear, regular 25c organdies at,
Dress Goods From the Clearing Sale
Thousands of accumulated remnants from many sales
also All 3, 5 and 8 yard lengths of finest
cot-da from regular stock mohairs, Panamas, thl
goods, ailk and wool voiles, etc., that sold up to $1.75
yard at, yard
Wash Panamas, Silk Crepe.
Silk Mull and high grade J
summer stuffs In Arcade J II Q
Finest Wash Fabrics Your 1
choice of any in the de-
partment, worth up to
II yatd-at, yard
and Odd Lots
All kinds of embroideries and iusertings in flcores of
new and dainty patterns on bargain C
tables for Friday special at ,1iC-jC" f 2C
All the match sets of beautiful embroideries the high
est class Imported Swiss and t f 'Zfb
nainsook-all new and elabor- IIJC-1 C-.aJ JC
ate patterns, at v BVV
LACES from the Clearing Sales Laces and insertings in
a variety of widths for all kinds of dainty trim
mingspretty wash laoe, never sold at
- ' V
Specials Bargains in Sijk Remnants
Importer's samples from one quarter yard to one yard
s ar.p::Kf. p:r.s' . . . 5c-i0ci5c-25c
Coarse pongees. In colors, fancy
shirt waist nilk, 27-ln. lCt
white wash nilk, yard. ,..fJC
New lot of black silk remnants
all guaranteed at very special
Check and Stripe LouUene 27-ln.
chiffon, black taf- CQ- Q
feta, at, yard.. . .J.C-0.C
Yard wide Changeable Taffeta-
pure silk will go at, Cifi
1 1 h p tr n y STb n
FOR YOUR, CHOICE OF THE
ENTIRE FLOOR STOCK
FIELD BROS. QL GROSS CO S.
Made to retail at
Five Six Dollars
4 A PAIR .
SALE BEGINS TODAY
ON THE MAIN FLOOR
till 111! IU.il ill H I :1J
A THOUSAND PAIRS IN FRONT OF YOU
TO CHOOSE FROM
on BARGAIN SQUARES
THE. SWELLEST SR0ES IN THE MARKET FOR
MEN WHO KNOW THE CORRECT THING
NEVER SUCH A SHOE SALE AS THIS
The Attention of the Younger Generation
College and Society Men
Specially end in General Called to This Sale.
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II OKEE1N TRADIINO STAMPBOOIIlV
L O.N MAIM FLOOR
Kmmsmmmwm ill 1 .111. 1 ju .1, U1III..L JH. 1. IU ..in win II
nil nil If n) ;: L I
Ages 3 to 16 Years
and 3-Piece Suits
OUR $4.95 SUITS AT
NOTICE SHOW WINDOWS.
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
A Daked Bean Special
Seventy-five dozen three-pound cans Un
cle Sam's Baked Beans veryj
delicious 20 Green Trading J j
Stamps with each can k J
Friday CROCKERY SNAPS
White6 Porcelain Cups and Sau- Cf)
cers new shape, 6 for
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with each set
Haviland China , at closing out prices.
Over ten patterns that have all been good sellers must
make room yours at 83 1-3 per cent off.
Beautiful, loga Vase Sixteen inches high a
$1.25 value special Friday, each
Friday Snaps in Dry Goods
Short ends, odd lots and remnants at very much below cost
LACES 9 to 12 m. Hundreds of pieces, odd makes
in wash laces, in white and cream worth fl
to ten cents, only 1C
RIBBON. REMNANTS 1,000 'remnants fine ribbons in
plains and fancy, lengths 1 to 2 yards, worth A
up to 50c yard, from 8 to 11 a. m., yard ... C
LADIES? VESTS 100 dozen ladies' summer vests, regular
19c quaJity, low neck, no sleeves, from 3 to 5
p. m., each '. ,
REMNANTS WASII GOODS Every remnant of
goods in mohair luster, fine cotton voiles, lawns,
mulls and ginghams, worth 15c to 50c yd., Friday. .
4U inches white lawn In lengths from 1 to 5 yards, 1
worth 15c yard, Friday, per yard... J2C
TABLE LINEN REMNANTS All of our table linen
remnants and odd napkins and towelings at less than
cost to import.
EMBROIDERED WAIST PATTERN SALE All of our
fine embroidered, white waist patterns, that sold at 1.25
to $2.50 each, divided in wo lots, from 10 to 12 a. m.
' Lot 1 worth $1.25, at 50c
Lot 2 worth up to $2.50, at $1.00
Oti sale lace counter t
HANDKERCHIEF SALE 2 to 5 p. m. 200 dozen ladies'
and children's handkerchiefs, that sold to 15c each,
on sale 2 to 5 p. m., at .' JC
EXTRA SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY LADIES'
SKIRT SALE, ON SALE ON OUR 2ND FLOOR,
FULL PARTICULARS FRIDAY NIGHT'S PA-PERS.
This Store Will
Close at 5
P. M. Every
This Store Will
Close at 5
P, M. Every
Do you want a sure, aafe and highly profitable legitimate Investment
(do chemea or "prospect") ? Ot course you do. Well, call at 038 New York
Lire Bonding and auk for N. E. SHERWOOD. He baa something with
PROOFS TO BACK IT
which will satUfy you, aa It baa others who have Investigated.
Tula opportunity will be open for only a hort time and the amount
1 limited. -
N. E. SHERWOOD, 938 New York Life Bld.
FRIDh Y IS
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iiiiLmivRixi li utn
In the High Grade Wash Goods Dept.
These ar not mill ends or trnshy fnods, but remnanto of tha very beat pat
terns of our high gnids wash patterns that always sell to trie remnant first.
69C WASH OOODS FOR 1BC TARD-Rem-
rants of the very finest Kngllsh and
German mercertied white ennd .Tur.
quards. Tiques. Matsfllles Ozfonts, Wait
ings, Shirtings, Swisses. rurklnrs, eto ,
also French novelties In colors that sold
up to 59c per yard ahout 3 to tctr
84 yards In each piece, at yard.... CW
60C WASH GOODS AND "WHITE OOODB
IOC High grade Madmsses. 19o and 25o
Dimities and Itatlstes, Marseilles. French
Ginghams, high grade Vollos and other
goods that Bold from 25c to Mo )c
25C AND SIC WASH GOODS AT TtyC AND
iC YARI' Ginghams, 3-lnoh Perralaa,
Voiles, PatinU'H, lndki Unons, Lonj
Cloths, 40-tnch Iiwns and 1"0 nllterent
kinds of fine wash goods. In from 2ty to
10 yards in piece, every yard worth tnrea
limes what we ask for 7 I Ci
thern, at a yard .... W-IJU
S5C AND MO LININGS FOR 10C TARD
Remnants of Sampson's and Yama Mia
Silk, l.ustral, Gloria Cloth. Manhattan,
1'trcalines, Sateens. Spun Glass, Dlro Si I rC
and In fact all the very test linings In
the market, from lj yard to I yards in
piece, all will go In this sals nn
at a yard ,
Silk Remnants Friday 25c Yard
The biggest sale and the greatest values ever offered will be our remnant sale of
Bilks, consisting of fanry silks worth up to 11.60 yard, plain silks In Taffetas,
Messallnes, Peau de Cygnes. Loulsines and China Silks, worth up to li.OO
yard, In lengths from V4 yard to S yarda, to close Friday yard OW
Remnants, Short Lots, Short Prices
Bargains All Over the Domestic Room
25c Chiffon and Nicker Whsh Voiles
8H Standard Prints, good patterns, O'n
12HO Colored Dress I -awns, great
snap at yard
15c Apron Lawns and Curtain
.Swisses, 40 Inches wide, at
124c Cheviot Shirtings, polka dot
and strlne, at yard
Snow White Cambrics, heavy Brown Mus
lin and soft finished Hleached Mus
lin, worth up to 10c yard, at fi
12'io Mercerised Chumbray ant Rrr
All kinds of White Goods, worth tip En
10 oov yara, hi yaru, juo, lygo nnu...f." w
$1 Hand Painted Sofa Pillows 25c
Our entire stocR of fancy Hand Painted Sofa Plllowa, worth TBo to $1.00
each special at one price Friday choice
Great Wrapper Sale Friday
FROM S TILL t A. M. Women's Wrappers during this one hour at IRsi
$1.60 Wrappers on sale all day 7Qr I $2 and $2.50 Wrappers, all Imported f Q
at M.zft materials choice Is Is
Friday's Furnishing Bargains
Children's Bicycle Hose, regular 7 1 r.
19o nuallty at J
Ladles' Fast Black Hose, with double er
sole and heel, 12c quality at, pair. ...-'
Children's Hose, in blacks and tans, f E
sles 4 to , 10c quality, at, pair
Men's 15c Half Hose, in blacks and 7 lr
fancies, at pair 45"
Ladles' fine Lisle Vests, silk taped, with or
without sleeves, coma in all elses, In
pinks, blues and creams, actually ICir
worth 26o choice , IvW
Ladles' lBo Gause Vests, extra large . Sn
and nicely finished, at choice Jt
Dosens of other rousing bargains la this
Groceriesl t Groceries!
IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR MONET-SAVERS READ THESE) PRICES.
20 pounds pure Granulated Sugar $1.00
48-pound sacks fancy high patent Min
nesota Flour $1.48
10 bars best brands Laundry Soap 25c
1-pound package Imported Macaroni... tVko
1-pound cans fancy Alaska Salmon.... 9c
fc-pound cans Potted Beef, Deviled
Ham, Potted Tongue or Deviled
Tongue, per can ZMo
4 pounds best hand picked Navy Beans 16c
4 pounds best Pearl Tapioca, Sago,
Barley or Farina 160
4 pounas oest duik iAunary ptarcn . .. .loo
Oil or Mustard Sardines, per can....... 4o
CHEAPER THAN LEMONS.
A bottle of Root Beer or Wild Cherry
Phosphate. One bottle makes 6 gallons.
CHEESE. CHEESE. CHEESE.
Fsney Wisconsin Brick Cheese, lb....l2"4a
Fancy Wisconsin Llmburger Cheese, ib.l2'-jo
Fancy Wisconsin Cream Cheese, lb..,, iSo
Fancy N. Y. White Cheese, lh 16o
PEACHES. PEACHES. PEACHES.
Large crates fancy Alberta Peaches... 90o
These are the finest that grow, for can
ning or table purposes.
JNJ , L2)b0
It is cool to-day
All the Way
Ask Geo. C. Cham
bers, Pass. Art,
" Equitable Bid..
Dea Moines, la.,
for "A Colorado
Why not take your Summer
Outing in Colorado Rockies?
The Santa Fe is arranging some
lowrate excursions to
Go on the Colorado Flyer, the
train that's as fine ai the
The janitor service in The Bee
Building is as near perfect as it can
be, remembering that janitors are
human. Offices from $10 to $4?
per month several desirable ones
from which to choose.
WE CLOSE AT 5
every day eiceptlnjf Haturday until September lat.
Do jour trading- early, ao that our employes can get
out promptly at S.
Look for the Name
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler,
UU Dougls Street.
LATEST, LIGHTEST. NEATEST. CHEAPEST LEATHER
BOUND MATTING SUITCASES. S3.S0, 53.75, $4 CO-
Conrentent to carry, nice to look at and ara made to last
We curry a full line of (iiipa, Hu I tenses and Trunks of our
own manufacture. Si-nd for catalogue. Prices rlgut
WE DO REPAIRINQ.
Omaha Trunk Factory, 1209 Farnanr St
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