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THE -OMAHA DAILY BEE: FKIDAY. APRIL1 fi. 100G.
MAN STABS WIFE; RILLS SELF
Charles Harris, Colored, Cuts Woman
Twenty-ona Timet and Take Poiton.
Wirt CALMLY SITS AND SEES HIM DIE
Jnt mm Han-Is la BrMthUi His Vmmt
. Creditor HashM lata Police
fttatloia Collect aa i
While In a nt of jealousy Charles Harris,
colored, of 1307 Cass street. Inflicted twenty
on superficial stab wounds on tha bodr
of hla wife, at Eighteenth and Leavenworth
streets, Thursday morning; then went to
Sixteenth and Chicago atreeta. drank a
bottle of atrychnlne and died half an hour
later to ( tha surgeon's room at the city
Jail. Tha stabbing and suicide were tha re
sult of unhappy domestic relations between
Han-la and his wife. Coroner Bralley took
Harris' body to the morgue, where an In
quest was held yesterday afternoon. The
coroner's Jury returned a verdict that
Hani came to his death from strychnine,
Harris is the man who tried to hang
himself in cell at the city Jail two months
ago. He. was arrested at that time on
complaint of his wife, who reported the
man threatened her life.
The stabbing affray occurred at 8:16 a. m..
In front of Kelly's laundry, 1760 Leaven
worth street. Mrs. Harris was employed
as a domestic with Mrs. Mollle Harding.
J7MV, Leavenworth .streot, since ahe left
her' husband, a week ago. Shortly before
the stabbing she was returning to the
Harding place with a down of eggs, when
Harris accosted her and accused her of
having been out with other men the night
before.. He grabbed the eggs, threw them
to the street and took out a knife. The
woman then consented to go back with him
and asked Harris to go up the stairs with
her for some articles. Mrs. Harris led
the man up the stairway, east of the Hard
ing place, confided to a woman her auspi
cious and asked that the police be notified.
Mrs. Harris then ran down the stairway
with the man after her. At the street,
Harris threw the woman down and began
slashing her light and left. The woman
struggled, and Harris succeeded In getting
Maw Harrendera to Police.
The police patrol with Detectives Mitchell,
Davis, Maloney, Dfmohoe and Officer Wool
dridgo made a hurry call to the scene.
Tha search for Harris was Immediately
taken up. Detective Mitchell, With assist
ance of Wooldrldge, went to Harris' room
and learned the man had gone to Six
teenth and Chicago streets. When the de
tective reached Fourteenth and Chicago
streets he met j Harris, who recognised the
officer and gave himself up.
"I . have' taken poison. I want to tell
you the truth. ' Here is a picture of my
mother. Write to her for me. I won't
live long," said Harris, who was then
taken violently 111. A passing express
wagqn was pressed Into service and the
'man hurried to the police station, where
he died within fifteen minutes.
Harris told the police he drank the
strychnine In front of a drug store at' Six
teenth and Chicago street a few minutes
before he was arrested.
Harris was 31 years of age and worked
a a driver. He and his wife were married
three years ago. A year ago the wife
Jumped from a second-story window at
Des Moines while trying to escape the
wrath of her husband. She said Thursday
morning Harris had threatened her on nu
merous occasions. ' The woman la 21' years
of age. Police Surgcoa Wills and Drs.
Arnold and Ford, who attended the woman,
said they expected no serious results. The
wounds were distributed over both arms,
breast, back and neck. '
Large Pocket Half Wrtpoi,
. The stabbing was done with a large
pocket knife. When searched Harris had
tho largest -razor ever seen at the city
Jail. Harris died In the' surgeon's room
at the city Jail and In the preaence of
his wife, who was being attended on the
; operating tabic. The woman seemed to
be In no way affected when the word was
passed around that the man had died.
, Detective Mitchell, who led the chase
for Harris, has a record of never having
lost a colored fugitive. He has made a
study of the ways of colored men after
committing a crime and invariably Is de
lulled on. such cases.
.V humorous Incident occurred while
Harris was dying. A man breathing heav
lly and talking In a Jerky manner called
up the police station by telephone, asked
whether Charles Harris had been arrested
and said Harris owned him money which
lie desired to collect.- The creditor asked
the police to hold Harris until he go( to
the station and hung up hla reeclver be
fore he could hear the Information that
liui i in hnd died. A few minutes later
man rushed into the station and asked
for Harris,. But Harris was dead.
Mrs. Harris was removed to Clarkson
Uoepltal. Thursday afternoon.
FRIDAY A SPECIAL SALE
BIGGER BARGAINS THAN EVER
v MORE NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS 2
FRESH FROM THE CUSTOMS HOUSE m
He are pleased to announce to lover of genuine bargain thai ire have pa
just opened Jive cases of finest dre its goods, bovglU from a high class manufao-
turtr in (Germany.
At Actually a. Trifle Lets Than Cost to Manufacture 5
These pieces are from to 's yard in length, 7 to 10 pieces
alike in sets, enoueh for skirt or suit chif
fon Panamas, poplins, waterproofs,
clay worsteds, tweeds, silk and wool goods
everything that is highly fashlonable
flne black and gray goods: per piece.
The same grades and assortments of styles from this great
shipment, worth as high as $2.50 yard off the bolt; in
smaller pieces, each.
suit Cllif- rT
)fs, coverts, J
-hundreds of I
4 f wool dress goods i - A
-n rndld fnf rhll-1 1114
e dren's dresses, waists, etc. 1
for Danish Cloth
In remnants of 3
for French Organdies,-
S to 15 yds.,
25o grade, new
EXTRA SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY
2.00. ri.60 and $l.a new silks from a manufacturer who closed out to us
S.fifO yards of this season's choice 3rt-inch, 27-Inch and 21-inch silk
suiting, i nese are plain dress silks, genuine Kajah
silks, Burllngham rough pongee In vogue. Just now
ior cnais ana suns, just to Rive you nn tieHir t lie
values we are offering, there are many 11.50 and I2.00
silks In this collection; bargain squares, as long as
they last, Friday at, per yard
In finest bands, Inset-tings,
etc., all the newest pat
terns, fresh and crisp from
the import cases, widths as
high as 18 inches on big
bargain square Friday; at,
7k - I2ic - 25c
Remmnls and Sample Strips
The finest Vals., torchons,
mechllns, Venlse, plat
Vals., etc., in edgings, in
sertings, galloons and
bands, a fine assortment
on bargain tables for Frl-
8. .220 "5c i 2
Friday in the Basement
New Spring Wash Goods
12 Ac Percales, desirable llgh
for, per yard .
t Btyles for spring wear and Batin
this is an unusual bargain
Fine quality new bright
colors, highly mercer
ised sateens; this qual
ity is well
at. per yard..
Etra fine quality Long
Cloth, not allowed to
S-4 and 8-yard lengths
waistlng. Imported to
aell for 39c per yard, one
entire bargain e fs
square fu.l Jl
Mill lengths printed .dra
pery Swiss, all r I
per yard i
BIO IOT8 OF LACES AND EMBROIDERIES. ALT, KTNPR
MANY WIDTHS, ROME ARE MISSKD; BARGAIN TABLES
IN THE BASEMENT, AT. PER YARD
per yard ..
Short mill lengths printed
Madras, black and col
ored dots, stripes and
figures, worth loo olt
at. per yard..
Sheer India Llnons; this
quality equal to the reg
ular j:ic values
at, per yard.
Four Specials in Linen Department
linen pieces, suita
ble for tray cloths,
napkins, "JV C
etc, at, ea
10c Hemmed Huck
at, each vc
lengths, at about
14 coat to Import
Monday the Lace Curtain Sale
This will emphatically be the greatest bargain event
in high class Lace Curtains ever known.
Two Immense Stocks Go On Sale
LACE CURTAINS worth $4 to f7. 50 pair
; ' GO AT EACH, 25c, 49c and 98c
2 See tha splendid display In the windows M
At Brandeis next Monday
MRS. SYMONS FILES HER CASE
Wife of Organist Says (the Helped
SPvrt sad Rdneate Mia and
DesUi Ills Charges.
Mrs. Made Bymona Thursday afternoon
Wed an anawer and cross petition to the
petition for divorce filed several days ago
by ber husband. John P. Bymons. The
doeunjpnt contains thirteen typewritten
pages and constitutes a denial of all of the
Charges made In hla request for a divorce.
She denies having ever abandoned htm
and says she never sfmck or bit him, as he
, charges, or circulated, false stories about
him and has at present no desire to in
- Jure him In any way.
The cross petition takes up most of the
document. She says ahe worked to help
support hlra while he was studying music
and . they got along well together until
they went to Oreenvllle, Pa., where he se
cured a position aa music teacher In Thlel
college.. Bhe says he began the Inordinate
una of tobacco and also drank somo wine
at student meetings, remaining put some,
times until t o'clock In the morning.
During this time she says he associated
with tome young women at Greenville and
she admits she did become jealous, aa
chargd. He wtqt back to England In 1H01
to be confirmed Into the Episcopal church
and study music and she followed him. He
. returnsd to America and, somo time later
she returned, but ahe found a letter await
ing her which said he would rather die than
live with her again. Then she began a
s-arch which ended In her locating him In
Bhe asks ths divorce b granted her to
gether with the custody of their son.
CR0F00T BUYS THE PROPERTY
Pays'-TfclrtyFear Taaasaad Delia rs
te Mrs. Bargesa (or Balldlaa
a F'araaas Street.
The Bee announced a few days ago that
negotiations were under way for the aale
of lot 1. in block U2. on the south side of
Farnam street, between Eighteenth and
Nineteenth streets. The deal has been
closed and the property has been sold by
Mrs. Ward Burgess to V. F. Crofoot for
$14.00. The place Is leased by J. P. Bloom
Co., meiiumsnt raanifaoturra
TI1E BEE'S CLAIM IS UPHELD
Beoonized bj Judge Troup as the Paper of
SOUTH OMAHA BOARD MUST GIVE IN
Court Renders Opinion ia Mandamus
Salt Over the Publication of
Saloon Licenses and Appltcn-,
tlons ta Police Commission.
Judge Troup Thursday afternoon ren
dered an opinion In the mandamus suit of
The Evening Bee against The South Omaha
Fire and Police Ooard, upholding the con
tention of The Bee that the board must
recognise applications for saloon licenses,
notice of which has been published In the
newspaper having the largest circulation
In tho county.
The suit was the result of action taken
by the board, in which It decided to fol
low a provision of the South Omaha char
tor that notices of application should be
published In a paper published In the city
and having at least 300 subscribers. The
contention of The Bee was based on the
fact the Slocumb law provides the notices
must be published in tho paper having the
largest circulation In ife county.
Judge Troup decided the provision of the
charter waa Invalid, aa It attempts to
amend the Blocumb law without setting
forth the section It amends.
lie also declared the sctlon of the board
In announcing In advance It would follow
the charter provision was Improper, though
it may have been inude In good faith. Tho
only. question, he said, was whether or
not the board had gone far enough so its
action could he considered a refusal (
recognise notlcea published In The Be.
The action, he held, practically .consti
tuted a refusal and put the pluintlfTs In
such a position they would be unable to
asaert tLelr rights without rusoitlng to
The South Omaha board will be required
to pay the costs Incurred In the suit.
If disfigured by pimples, ulcers, aorei.
Backlen's Arnica Sulva will heal you up
without a scar, 18 cents. Guaranteed.
For sale by Sherman at McConnell Drug
Tlie city has Issued permits to R. t'
Btrehlow for two K.&uO frame dwellings at
Forty-first and Harney streets; J. tiwun
son. two 110 frame dwelling at Thirty
fifth and Burdette. ami to Ous Anderson
fur a It frame dwelling at Forty-eighth
and Vlason atresia.
X5he Best of
The Only Double
Tha Twin City Limited
-St. Paul -Minn
And Carries Ntw and Fash
1401-1403 FARNAM ST.
Open for fishing, alive with game
and other fish.
A karp raised in this pure cool, ar
tesian water Is as good and aweet aa
a bass or caopple, fine, new water tight
boats already on ground.
OMAHA WKATIIER FORECAST FRIDAY, FAIR.
GREEN TRADING STAMPS EVERT TIME
DR.Y GOODS SECTION
Remnant Sale of Embroideries Bargain table full of fine nainsook ami
cambric embroidery edge, insertions, plain and fancy beadlgs. In
four to seven yard lengths worth to 35c a yard Friday C
a yard, 10c; 714c and
Neckwear, lc Friday from 11 to 12 m., over 800 pieces of fancy
embroidered stocks and turnovers, worth 10c each, at, each Iv
Laces nt lc 10 to 12 m. Friday, 1,000 yards of fine Venetian trim
mings and Imported lace trimmings and beading
worth 10c yard this lot, a yard, only IC
2."c Veillnjrs, 3o Afternoon sale of veilings cheap. Friday, 1 to 4 p.
m., 25 pieces of plain and fancy net veilings; with or without C
dots, lots of blacks, worth 25c yard, will go at, a yurd JC
A Rig Handkerchief Special Ten grows ladles' fine linen handkerchiefs,
plain hemstitched, fancy lace and embroidered corners,
this lot Bold for 10c each for this sale only
200 Dozen Linen Huck TowoIh Plain white with hemstitched
or red borders, worth, 18c and 20c, Friday only, each
1,000 yards of Shirting Prints in good lengths, Friday
only, a yard ,
Short lengths of 36 inch Percales In light colors, worth 12 He
yard, Friday only, a yard
1,000 yards of Drapery Curtains In'very pretty Oriental and
floral designs, worth 18c Friday only, a yard
All short lengths of our White Walstlng. Suiting, Lawns and
Mulls, worth to 35c a yard Friday only, a yard
Ladies' Silk Dresses and Silk
Shirt Waists Suits
Our stock is now' complete changeable shades, plaiu col
ors and small cheeks in all kinds of combina- f nfk
tions-Prices $30, $25, $18.50, $16.50, $14.50 an IW. JU
Ladies' White Jap Silk Waists The latest lingerie models,
high and low collar, long and short sleeves C
Trices $4.95, $4.50, $3.95, $2.95, $2.50 and
Ladies' Black China Silk Waists new models just ) PA
in-Prices $3.95, $3.50 and .3U
Bargain Sale of Ribbons 200 pieces of fancy silk ribbons.
Roman stripes, plaids, pompadours and satin stripes;
this lot worth to 25c yard this sale only, C
a yard, 10c and x OC
Hose Special 10c 200 dozen ladies' and children's fine
cotton hose, warranted fast dye, double knee, extra
spliced feet special for this sale, A
a 'pair ... ; IUC
Sale of Children's Waists Light weight cambric waistr,
double band, taped buttons, our regular 15c f A
ones, Friday for IUC
The One Minute Gas Range
l u ) - ' t .
Is creating quite a sensation. Housekeepers pronounce It a won
der. THE lSfjj; MIXL'TE GAS RANGE combine simplicity of opera
tion, convenience for cleaning, remarkable cooking aud baking quali
ties, an elegantly finished appearance
And an Easy Price
THE ONE MIXVTE GAS RANGE
runs fuU power one minute after be
ing lit. AU other ranges take from
lO to 15 minutes to heat up.
. THIS RANGE HAS FOUR IM
PROVED REMOVAHLE STAR SIN
GLE TOP BURNERS; SAVES FROM
20 TO SO PER CENT GAS AND WILL
PAY FOR ITSELF IN ONE YEAR'S
hi f ' ,1.1
1 ' ;
!-.-'. ; j
A NICE FOIT-PIECE COOKING
SET FREE V1TU ALL RANGES
ORDERED THIS WEEK.
SPECIAL BREAD AND BISCUIT
All Ranges Connected Free
Extra quality . Spading Forks, An
Mo and w
And Forty Green Trading Stamps.
Extra quality Steel Hoes at
46c, S8o and OOW
And Twenty Green Trading 8 tamps.
24-tooth Lawn Flake 42C
And Thirty Green Trading Stamps.
Double Green Trading Stampa on all
Extra gnod Carpet and Rug
Beater, 25c, ISo, 15c and last
And Twenty Green Trading Stampa.
Electrlo Wall Paper Cleaner, (S.
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
Jnp-a-Lao for your floors, doors and
all kinds woodwork and lawn furni
ture. Makes tbein look like new.
Paints and Varnishes Friday.
Bennett's Big Grocery
Splendid Value and the Beat the
Market Afford- Alwaji
Fresh and Reliable.
BENNETT'S BREAKFAST Afln
COFFEE, 2-lb. can
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
Teas, aasorted kinds, lHc
And Thirty Green Trading Stumps.
Bennett's Famous Excelsior f ff
Flour, sack l.UW
And Fifty Green Trading Stamps.
Plamond B Fruits, 25C
And Thirty 'Green' Trading Stamps.
Mount Klueo Maine Corn. OSr
t cans AOW
- And Twenty Green Trading Biampa.
Flower and Vegetable Seeds, 2c
Two sacks Worcester Table fn
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
Five cans Genesed Kflr-
And Thirty Green Trading Stumps.
Five cans Omar Wax 5l)C
And Thirty Green Trading Stamp".
Imported Macaroni and Vertui- 1f
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
Bennett's Bargain Laundry OCyr
Knap. 10 burs cW
White Corn Meal, splendid for
voung chicken feeti
10fobr"; IOC or". 25c
Fresh Cocoanuts, large yf
and fine, each ....... fm C
California Lemons, C
Lettuce, Radishes, Onions,
Soup Bunches, Pie Plant.
A quantity of Runkle Bros.' A
Vanilla Chocolate, cake....T"C
Easter Novelties at Reduced Prices
Easter Eggs 10 for..... ..Jc
60 for i.. .6c
A Forty Five Dollar
Guarauteed in every way.
of attachments. '
This week for
Has fall equipment
We Save 60
per cent duty
by buying lion
City Laces and
THE RELIABLE STARE
We are Sole
for Hon City
Remnant Day Bargain Bulletin
The saving opportunities In Friday's nnles are truly exceptions. Come early, pra
purcd for n feast of real IwiKSins. . .
Tempting Silk Bargains
All rcmnsnts of Plain and Fancy Silks,
worth up to tl .28 pT yard in hnruniu
criuaie in two lt. Jr.1Q-
at yard OC UVw
27-tnch KourIi IYns regular 11.23 quality,
FPU-wild bargain. Friday, ACin
ut yard t
TWO BLACK 81 LK 8PKC1AI.S.
L'T-lnch Peou de Sole and :'7-lmli T.ifr-a,
our tl iminty. fCtn
at yard JVC
Our ;S6-lncli Taffetas and Feau de Poie,
$1.25 quality, special, ' Qttr
at yard .VOW
Remnants of Hiqh Grade
MAIN WASH GOODS DKP.VRTM KXT.
Those are remnants of our vry llnest
poods, the first to sell out.
FROM 8:30 TO 11:45 A. M We will sell
Iv.vw yards of short und long remnants
of our fine Wash Goods. Organdies,
KatK'.v All Linen KultlnBs, ScoU-h and
Knallsh Madrases. French Percales. Onl
Mtea Cloths. Scotch Ginghams and nlso
fine White Mercerized Walstings snd other
goods that sold from 15c to 5vc a yard, and
win go at, yard le. ljo IOC
FROM 1:30 TO 4:.Ki I M.-We will place
another line of tine Wash Goods. Fame
as above, also tine Linings, worth up
to 40c a yard. nt. yard. 7ir
15c. Kiw lue and 5s
Also Hie Linings,
Remnants of Wool Dress Goods
FROM 8:r TO 11:45 A. M We will place
on sale 15,ooo yards of all wool and silk
and Wool Koltennes. Prunellas. Hrond
cloths. Mohairs and every weave of
fine spring drnss goods, In lengths of iVs
to 8 yards, nt yard, 4!c, 3!c, 25c tttn
FROM 1:30 TO 4:30 P. M.-We will put. a
complete new line of remnants of Wool
Kress Goods, some of the finest goods
mads for this spring, from 24 to 8
yards each, yard, 5c, 4ac, JSe,
Remnants of Cijc Shaker Flannel,
Remnants of 6Vio Outing Flnnnel,
Remnants of best made 15c
Sllkoline, at yard ,
Remnants of 15c Drapery Cretonne,
Ri innanlH of li'Vo Drspry Sateen,
Remnants of 2frO Art Ticking tOlr
$1 foil sire Crochet Red Ppresd, eitra
heavy and benutlful Marseilles . fiOn
patterns, to close out, encli vlirw
In the Domestic Room
Kvery Item of special hnrgsln merit;
Saving advantage you'll greatly appreciate.
Mill lengths of Table Linen in bleached
and unbleaclied and Mercerised. Hai
ti nee of goods left front our big imported
sale. In four lots, to close,
at yard. ti!c. 49c, 35c . lOr
Blenched Cambric and Long Cloth In long
mill lengths, full ;-lnch wide, sell reg
ularly up to .V u yard,
Mill lengths of India Llnon, mads from
(Sea Island cotton, extra tins soft thread,
worth up to 25c yard, 7ir
Remnants of White Walstings, In ltfng
lengths, In Madras, Nainsook. Pique, etc.,
sell regularly up to 25c a yard, en
at yard OW
Dotted White Dress Swiss (from boltl.
worm loc ana Jc a ynrn tune aress put.
tern to customer as long as
they last), at jard
Remnants of Sheetings,
lengths, unbleached, 9x4,
worth up to Hi.' a yard,
Remnants of Toweling, In
I nlon, suitable for roller towels, goods
sell regularly up to 15c a yard, '"II
at yard. R'sc, oe, and UgW
Mill lengths of White Hep tVplsfrngs and
India Llnon. worth up to 15c a E
yard, nt yard fV
Bundle Remnants of Swisses snd L'lmltles,
in 5-yrd bundles, colors to match,
worth up to 15c a yard, 11r
at urd OJW
Mill lengths of Percales, In medium and
dark shades, full 36-Inch wide, good pat.
terns and lengths, sold regularly up to
15c a yard. . 7lr
at yard a i
Mill lengths of Voiles and Swisses, In fnnct
spring shades, worth up to
Doc a yard, at yard ,a 3
Toklo Mercenlzed Silks (from bolt), good
medium and, dark colors, worth tZr
10c a yard, at yard 0
Dress and Shirting Ginghams, In long
mill lengths, good patterns, worth En
up to luc a yard, at yard
Mill ends of Prints, in light and dark
shades, run standard and long lengt lis.
worm Ujc, ai
Oxford Sale Friday
300 pairs women's fine kid Oxfords, In viel
kid, hand turned and McKay sewed.
worth up to $2.50, on bargain
square, west room, at, per pair
200 pairs women's fine hand-turned and
welt sole oxfords, in patent colt and v(
kid, worth $3.00 and $3.50, on sale on bar
gain square In west room nDp
Friday at, per pair .."Ow
Friday Furnishing Bargains .
Specials you cannot afford to miss; every one of them exceptional bargain.
MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS In
spring weights, greys, whites or cornel's
hair, worth up to 50c, ISc
at, per garment ,u
LADIES' VESTS With long sleeves snd
89c, Friday, each.
LADIIC8' JERSEY KNIT PANTS-Lnce
trimmed, worth regularly 5oc, ISc
.... ii trii.. a acw
SALE OF CHI1J3RKN.S DRESSES FROM
made of fine ginghams and percales in
made and worth regularly up to $1.00;
-our. customers tho benefit, choice,
for one hotir
Omaha's Greatest Groce rf. Fresh Fruit and Fresh
21 lbs. Pure Cane Granulated Sugar at .$1.00
10 lbs-sacks white or yenow iornniMi..i?-
TaIIo a nrnmnnirplnn. Iier tlkflT
5-lh. palls pure Fruit Jelly at
1-lb. cans assorted Soups
1- lb. package Cornstarch
The best hulk Laundry Starch, per lb
2- lb. cans fancy Hweet Sugar Corn....
2- lb. cans fancv Wax or String Beans
S-lb. cans fancy Baked Beans..
3- lb. cans fancy Golden Pumpkin
Tho best Soda Crackers, per lb.....'...
c.nAn., nrnufnst Kood. ner pkg
FRESH FRI ITS ANU iwiMABLm.
Fresh rip Strawberries, per box 10c
Largs fancy Highland Navel Oranges, reg
ular 40c slse. per dozen .....26c
20 fancv Highland Sweet Oranges for 2Pc
Fresh Roasted Peanuts. 2 measures for.. Be
Fresh Spinach, per peck 20c
Fresh Beets, i bunches for...... jc
Freeh Head Lettuce, per bunch 6c
. . 5c
FTesh Flower or Vegetable Seeds, pe" "
Caladium Bulbs, each ., 2Vo
Tube Rose Bulbs, each... 1
Gladiolus Bulbs, each lHo
BITTER AND CHER8B.
Fancy Separator Creamery Butter, per
Fancy Brick Cheese, per lb 15c
Fancy Llmbnrger Cheese, per lb 120
Fancy Wisconsin Cream Cheese, per Ib.Uc
Fancy New Tork White Cheese. 'per lb.. 15a
Neufchatel Cheese, each
Fresh Carrots, per bunch
Fresh Turnips, per bunch
Fresh Parsley, per bunch
Fresh Pie Plant, per bunch..-.
Fresh ripe Tomatoes, per lb.
Fresh Cucumbers, large, each....
Fancy Holland Cabbage, per lb..
When traveling to Chicago and the East use
the line -which will afford you the most com
fortable journey. The triple daily service be
tween Omaha and Chicago, via the
Chicago. Tflilwaukco & St.
gives the traveling public the choice of three
most comfortable trains between these -two
All trains are fully protected by a perfect
system of block signals.
Trains leave the Union Station, Omaha, 7.55 ,
a. m., 5.45 p. m. and 8.35 p. m. Arrive Union
Station Chicago, 9.30 p. m., 8.35 a. m. and
9.25 a. m. t .
F. A. NASH, . . 1524 Farnam Street,
General Western Agent. OMAHA.
Furnished with Sterling Silver U the pride of any woman's
heart. Silver Is to be used more and more Nothing nicer
for an Easter. gift than a piece of our silver. , Wo would
be pleased to have you spend a few minutes In our store.
LOOK FOR THE NAME.
55. W. LINDSAY, JEWELER.
lilt DOUGLAS ST.
DKFUTT STATE VETERINARIAN.
H. L. RAMACCIOTTI, D. V. S-
Office and Infirmary, Bta and Mason Bta
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MEN'S HOSR In spring weights, blacks,
greys or tans, worth lOo, 'Xf
speclaf Friday at, per pair "
CF11LDRKN S HOSri-Heavy ribbed, come
In all sizes, great value at, . . er
per pair, 12c, 10c and
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PANTS Balbrlggan or ribbed fleeced, all
sizes, worth up to 3!V, at, lOc
ner Karment, 15c and ,w
9 TILL 10 A. M.. 29C These dresses are
newest styles, sizes 1 to 6 years, are well
we secured them at a bargain and will give
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