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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: Till USD AY, APRIL 12, 100G.
WOODS CASE IN STATE COURT
Tatherof Omaha Trib Utut Face Jury on
Murder Char ere at Fender.
EFFECT OF JUSTICE BREWER S DECISION
Tkla with Him the Clab with
Which Wa Dear, Caart
Reporter Dlckraaoa fioes
ta Tharatea Coaaty.
Th trial of Silas 'Wood, a patriarchal
Omaha Indian, Indicted in the United State
courta for Ihs murder of George Phillips,
another Indian, at thn former's home In
Thurston county, July 14, 1904, has been
transferred from the United States courts
to the district court of Thurston county at
The killing of Fhilllps was the outgrowth
of a drunken brawl, wherein Phillips un
dertook to force an entrance onto the
premises of Wood, and the latter In eject
ing hlrn struck at him with a club, causing
his death a few days later. Woods was
arraigned before United States Commis
sioner Anderson of Omaha and was bound
over to the federal grand jury In the sum
Th trial of Woods was to have taken
place In the United States rlrcult court In
urns ha. but before the case was reached
the decision of Justice Brewer of the
United States supreme court fixing the citi
zen status of Indiana holding allotment
ftom the United States and holding the
Itlsen Indians amenable to the state
courts, resulted In the transfer of the case
back to the state courts.
Stenographer David Dickinson of the
United States district attorney s ofilre left
for Pender Wednesday morning, taking
with hltn th club with which the killing
Ih alleged to have been committed. This
bludgeon Is about five feet long and about
as thick as a man's arm. It haa been In
the possession of the district attorney's
office since Woods" arrest In the summer
Silas Woods is a dignified old Indian and
is regarded as the father of the Omaha
tribe. lie waa a soldier of tho civil war
and speaks English fluently, rhllllps was
a relative of Woods and had for some tlmo
previous to the murder been making trouble
between Woods and his family, and It Is
alleged ho loaded up with bad whisky and
went to Woods' houfo with the view of
doing a little killing himself. The quarrel
resulting in his death occurred at the gate
of W coils' house and the defense will be
that the killing was done In self-defense.
TRICK THAT DIES ABORNING
Conspiracy to Oast Zlmmii and In
stall ilensoa, Wllhoit Either'
As related by one of the councllmen con
cerned a very . pretty bit of legislation
failed to connect with reality at the council
meeting Tuesday night.
A scheme to oust Zlmman from the
mayor's chair and hoist In no other than
K. A. Benson was concocted, but went to
pieces In the parboiling. Several of the
counctlmen most Intensely opposed to Zlm
tnan were the chief conspirators, but they
failed to corral enough votes to make the
deal a success and It was dropped.
Neither Mr. Benson nor Mr. Zlminan was
supposed In know anything about the deal,
but the latter got wind of it during the
afternoon and took a particularly keen In
terest in preparing for It. Two of the coun
cllmen who refused to go Into plot were
Comstock and Dynall. No bopes were en
tertained of enlisting Iloye and O'Brien
and minus these Tour, five votes or a ma
jority, waa out of the question. So the
scheme had a tombstone built over It al
most before It was erected.
Besides antipathy toward the mayor ex
oftVIo his presence on the canvassing board
of the primary election returns furnished
additional leverage to the wish to retire
him to the rank of plain president of the
city council. Zlmman has made no secret
of his contempt for City Clerk Elbourn
during the recount proceedings.
SANITARIUM IS NEARLY DONE
Battle Mountain Institution, Largest
of Kind, Will Be Ready for
lee la Fall.
Captain H. E. Palmer has returned from
a visit of several days at the Battle Moun
tain sanitarium, Hot Springs, 8., D., which
Institution is approaching Its final stages
"The sanitarium will be ready for the
reeeptiun of patients about October 1,"
said Captain Palmer," and will be capable
of accommodating about 450 patients. The
Institution r not an old soldiers' home,
but a sanitarium for the treatment of such
ailments as can be benefited by the waters
of the Hot Springs vicinity. It Is the larg
est military sanitarium In the world. The
qualifications for entry Into the sanitarium
will be an honorable discharge from the
army. Invalids also will be sent there
from the present soldiers' home.
"Practically all of the buildings at the
Sanitarium are completed except as to
their interior finish. There yet remains to
be built th conservatory and the barns.
and they will be finished during the coming
winter. We have not yet considered the
arrangements for the formal dedication of
the sanitarium, but, It Is going to be a very
If aa outrage to let your akin suffer
without help, when burned or wounded.
Use Bucklsn'a Arnica Salve. 26 cents. For
sale by Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
WHEN AMUSEMENTS WILL OPEN
Km Park' Starts tp May 1 and
Manama la Preparing lor
Krug perk management has decided upon
May II as the opening day for the summer
season at the park. Manager Cole will
have several surprises to spring upon the
public for the opening which will be .new
and novsl. Many additional flower bed
have been added to the park and the walks
have been arranged to make the whole
place' more attractive.
Manawa Is also preparliig for the open
ing and severs! change have been made
because of th cutting through of a street
Th old ball park grounds have been added
to the body of the park and a figure "I
roller ' coaster. ' similar to that at Krug'
park, has been added to the list of attrac
( easaniption la m Oerna Dtseaae. Hew
Can It Start with a Celdt
Thla Is a reasonable, question and one that
must arise to the mind of almost every
one nrhan the claim la itiade that consump
tion starts with a cold. The cold simply
prepare the system tor th reception and
development of garni of that disease, thai
would not otherwise bare found lodgement
It ta th earn with diphtheria, scarlet fever
and measles. They axe moat likely to be
contracted wham tb child haa a cold.
That la why a cold should oerer be neg
lected. Th longer It hangs on the greater
th danger. Aa a qulok eur for colds
Chamberlain' Cough Bamedy can always
be relied crpoa. It remarkable cures hav
won for It a world wide reputation and
aa Unmans oaie. It la aleaaaat aad aai
Elegant Gloves for Easter
aav ( t
sr - s.
Glove are a very Important part of
the Duster costume. The spring
shades are extremely fetching and
the long gloves, so popular this sea
son, are more than ever In demand
for the new Easter costumes.
Kid Oloves of highest quality the
new grays, the prjtty pastel shades to
match gowns, the ever popular whites
and blacks as well as street shades
the leading Imported brands, at, pair
5tuon!nK Long Dress Glove
The season's favorites, made with
large round pearl buttons, blacks,
whites and dellcnte evening shades
all sixes, aplendid variety, at. pair
$2 up to $3.50
Todies' silk and lisle gloves for
Easter wear these glovea come in
black and colors, ever popular and
serviceable as well Prices are, pair
In Basement Cloak Dept. Special
Ladles' Spring Waist, worth up to $1, at 50c
Ladlee' Spring Waists, worth up to $1.25, at 69c
Ladies' Walking Skirts, worth up to $3.50, at $1.98
Ladle' Walking Skirts, worth up ta $5.00, at $2.98
.Ladies' Snug Fittln Covert Jack
ets, worth up to $6.00, Jg
Ladies' Tallor-Made Cov- t QJ)
crts, worth to $6, at .. J.JO
CLOAK DEPT. SPECIALS-Orv Second Floor
Ladles' Wool and Mohair Shirt
Walnt Suits worth
up to $7.60, at . . .
Ladies' Tailored Suit
lored Suits T (tQ
to $10. at . . . J.JO
Ladies' Smart Tailored HOP
Suits, special, Thur. .lW.OD
Ladies' Handsome Covert Q QQ
Coats, newest ideas ...J,JO
Ladle' Circular and Sida A QQ
. Pleat Walking Skirts. . .1 .JO
Ladles' Shirt Waists-OR- f 50
recent arrivals y wv"I
Brauvdeis boujjkt the entire stock of flat ware from &.
well known Chicago Jobber. Highest grades of knives,
forks and spoons in well known brands
At About One-Half the Regular Price
The price of silver Is steadily advancing. These prices represent
much less than the factories could make such goods for at this time.
such a chance as this may never occur again.
W. A. Rogers Horse Shoe Brand Dessert Spoons
set of six, for
W. A. Rogers Triple Plate and Al Tea Spoons
set of bix, for , . ,
Jennings Bros. Swedge Blade 1 2 dwt, six knives and six f l fa
forks, set of twelve, for I, J J
W. A. Rogers After Dinner TO., W. A. Rogers Olive Spoons,
toffee spoons, set or b. ssv at. each
itogers tiros. is com Meat forks with rancy m m
handles, at, each k j jft
1847" Cream Ladles,
Rogers Bros. 1847 Butter Knives
and Sugar Shells, set of
Wilcox Silver Plate Al Des-J f
eert Spoons, set of 6... S DC
W. A. Rogers, fancy handles
knives and forks, Horsehoe
brand, six knives and I CI
six forks, at
Rogers Bros. Al extra plattfl 1t
and Berkshire, at, each. UJC dessert spoons, set of 6. I, J J
Oneida Community Fancy Handles French Gray Tea Spoons, f
warranted to wear for 25 years, set of six, at DC
Every woman In Omaha must realize what these bargains mean.
Buy your tableware now for Just about one-half Its regular price.
W. A. Rogers and Landers, Ferry
and Clarks Cheese Q
Scoops, each OJC
1847 Rogers Bros. Vintage Q
Pattern Oravy Ladle, ea OJC
Rogers Bros. Berry Spoons In
patterns, A est s Columbia OP
Spring is Here!
If yon would keep step with the
season you must have NEW
We have large stocks of season
able goods In every, shape and
Quality considered, we offer you
BETTER VALUES and LOWER
PRICES than you will find In other
stores. BUY THIS WEEK FOR
ON'IMOD SHOES are worn by
the bent dressers In the United
States. Best workmanship, bt-st
materials, exclusive leathers, shoes
and oxford ties. . For solid wear,
style and comfort you can't beat
them. Best In the market ) CA
at $3.!V and atiJU
THE DUXLAP Is a "nobby"
high-grade shoe. Comes in all cor
rect styles, shoes, button C A
or lace oxfords. . Price JUU
THE DR. A. REED CUSHION
SHOE is the most comfortable shoe
made. A boon for sore or C 1 A
tender feet. Price .JiUU
Write for Style Book B-A.
205 So. 19th
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Tka Ms Kni(kt-Oraw mwf Oa,
Calersoe Siirmgi. Cats.
DXPCTT STATS VETERINARIAN.
H. L RAMACCI0TTI. D. V. S-
Office and Infirmary. SRb and Maaoa sta.
r.i ji it. IMS.
VaKtCOM, SNOUEO VEIMS a4 ttf.MM.lS, m
Urao aa r nrs sll wlal eafas. IMM trial.
Call o nrMe tmr r So, nmt !'. siaia.
Ckeatann. the bnw4.
gfig Best of
The Only Double
VERY, VERY LOW
to points la
North Dakota and
la March and April.
1401-1403 FARNAM ST.
Purity Is the paramount requisite
1th our candies. Thai makes our
candle wholesome every member of
th family can enjoy them without
0c Cream Wafer, lb S4c
Cream Nut Caramels, lb 24c
Jelly Easter Egs, lb 13c
Vanilla Chocolate Drop, lb 15c
Chocolate Peanut, lb ISc
Yankee Peanut, lb l?Vc
Home Mad Fudge, lb c
A Hoe assortment of Eaatar Nove
ll lea from to to Ua each.
OMAHA WKATHKlt FORECAST Thursday Fair
i , TTl TV
GREEN TRADING STAMPS EVERT TIME
Just Three Days More of Y. W. C. A
' Benefit Sales
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Your opportunity of participating In
our unique plan for the benefit of the
Y. V. C. A. Coutlnnes.
The first three day Bales have been
rlp-tearlng successes. Let's get to
gether and make the last 'three days
Twenty cents on the dollar
of increased sales to the build
Y. W. C. A. Branc h Headquarters.
Great Specials in Black Taffeta. Silks
for Thursday Y. W. C. A. Sales
27-In. Hlnck Taffeta, fine soft Chiffon finish, wear guaranteed on
every yard, regular price $1.25 per yard, .
for Thursday's sale, por yard 0v
S6-ln. Hlnck Italian Taffeta, the best wearing Taffeta made, always
sells for $2.25 per yard, for one day 1 Aft
Thursday, per yard I"i
COMIRKD OKKSS GOODS SALK FOR THURSDAY.
25 pieces silk finished English Mohairs, all styles, striped, figures,
fancy plaids, shadow checks and Melange effects, not a yard worth
loss than $1.50: some we have retailed at $2.00 and QRi
$2.50 a yard, all go at, per yard OC
Pretty lllack Dress Goods for Thursday 46-in Black Oviedo and
Chiffon Taffetas, the popular weaves for spring wear, lightweight
and firm texture, very dressy, regular price $1.50 f DO
per yard. Thursday only, per yard IUU
Easter Neckwear C'hep Largest assortment of pure Linen Wash
Stocks, plain and fancy embroidered, silk, mercerized and lace
stocks, niching tops, fine batiste, lace and embroidery trimmed
Chemisettes, fancy embroidered Turnovers, and Collar and
Cuff sets, worth to 50c each, special Thursday, each jtmDC
Faster Kid Gloves Special Ladles' French Kid Gloves, made by the
celebrated Reynior manufacturer; the Lelia two-button, glace fin
ish, new Paris stitching, full range of new spring 1 fin
shades, special, per pair l.UU
Trimming that Are Always Good Fancy Persian Braids, plaiu and
fancy silk Draw Braids, pretty Venetian bands, Appliques and small
Medallions; this lot worth to 50c per yard, f
Thursday special, per yard,' 25c, 15c,, 10c and.... DC
Easter Veils at One-third Off Fine Imported Chiffon Veils, plain hem
stitched, -yard lengths, navy, brawn and white, a
regular 50c one. this sale only JDC
A Great Special In Wash Goods -100 pieces of Lustre Silk, very sheer
and pretty, light and dark grounds, with pretty, neat . f f
designs, worth 25c per yard, for Thursday, per yard IDC
Wash Duck for Suits In light and dark grounds, 1
for Thursday, per yard Iaw2v
DO Pieces of Fine Dress Ginghams, fast colors, ftl
for Thursday, per yard O3C
Sale of Trny Cloths 50 dozen hemstitched Tray Cloths and f
Table Tops, slightly mussed, worth 75c, Thursday, each DC
Y. W. C. A. BARGAINS IN LADIES' WEAR.
Ladles' Cyrean Crepe Kluionas, Short Colors red, black,
light blue, navy, pink and cream, at $1.19 and
Ladies' Cyrean Crepe Kimona-s Same colors,
at $1.98 and
Ladles' Embroidered Llnon Waists, Just as good aa any
dollar waist in town, for
Ladies' New Wash Suits, Eton and Jacket Styles, very
wnite. and wnite witn a little touch or color. m rm m
at $8.95fj$(J.9B, $5.95 and D, i D
Easter t'ndet-. Vests French Lisle, Swiss ribbed Vesta, deep crochet
yokes,' mercerized Vests, silk taped, and fine Swiss Vesta, silk taped,
colors and white, low neck, no sleeves, f
Thursday at, each, 50c and JLDC
Gold Bells, Black Taffeta Silk Belts New lot JuBt In, in f
ordinary arid extra sizes, 50c value, Y. W. C. A. week JmOC
New Easter Hosiery New arrivals dally from the best Importers of
fancy and plain Hose. French Lisle, Silkallsle and Gauze Lisle, plain
and fancy embroidered Clock stitched, lace boot, full range ot XC
colors, at the importer's price, a pair, from $1 down to. . . . JDC
Special Lot Cheap Fancy embroidered, clock atltch, drop stitch and
lace, real lisle Maco Hose, good assortment to select from, 1 r
worth to 60c a pair, special Thursday, per pair JDC
Easter Ribbons Cheap 200 pieces of fancy Louisiene and' Messaline
silk Ribbons, in plaids, pompadours, polka dots and embossed r
floral effects, 4 to 6 in. wide, worth to 60c yd., special, a yd JmDC
Crockery Sales for Y.W.C. A.
rloga Vase (Just like
cut) very flue for
Easter Lilies, a $1.25
value, Thur Q Q
Beautiful new pieces
.on those 9S.OO Cnt
Glaaa Tables, many
new pieces, worth up
to $8.00, your ff C
choice at tyD
New Cut Glass Sugar
and Cream It's a
beauty, very special,
Thursday, 1 QB
per pair ZO
Very Special Blown
Nice, light, strong
goods, with pretty sand blast
band, Thursday, for :Kc
Sanie Colors in Salts and Pep
pers Tall shape, very good, a
regular 10c value,
Thursday, each DC
English Porcelain Dinner Set
Pretty, neat gold-traced pattern,
haa sold at $15 a set, CIA
Thursday at 14) 1U
(Only five seta to Bell.)
Many exceptional values in
Dlnnerware closing out. See
V. W. C. A. SPECIALS IX
Bennett's Big Grocery
MONET SAVED 18 MONEY EARN
ED. THAT'S TS IN OROCEKY.
EKNNETTB FAMOUS EXCELSIOR
FLOUR, sack $1.60
And seventy frrtt trailing stamps.
Bennetts li:rukfat Coffee, 2-lb.
And thirty green trading- stamen.
JOri. TETLEY S INDIA AND CUT
I,ON TEAS v-lb. can Sunflower
And thirty green trading- stamps.
Diamond "S" Frulls, can 28o
And thirty green trading stamps.
Flower and Vegetable seeds, pkg. 2o
Tbrea pkgs. Shredded Codfish 25c
And ten green trading stamps.
Table Syrup, 4-lb. can 12o
And ten green trading stamps.
Oedney's 30c Pickles only 16c
Hennett s Bargain Soap, ten bar..2ki
I'nrle Sam's Baked Beans, 3 can..ane
Mt. Ktneo, Maine, Corn, two cans 26c
And ten green trading stamps.
Bennett's 'Capitol Baking Powder. .24c
And ten green trading stamp.
Sohepp's Cocoanut, pound pkgs. ,.2fic
And ten green trading stamps.
Uneeda Biscuits, three pkgs 16c
And ten green trading stamps. '
Faster Sugar Eggs. 15 for lc 75 for 6c
Novelties at sctual Cost.
FRLITS AND VEGETABLES.
Lettuce, Radishes, Cucumbers, Pars
ley. Onloria, Pie Plant, Strawber
ries rYesh Dully.
California lpjinmn, doaen ... 12
Fresh Cocoanuls. earh to
Horseradish Root, pound 10c
English Walnuts, pound 10c
Greatest Gas Saving Range
on the market.
WILL PAY FOB ITSELF IS A
Always works evenly, per
fectly therefore satisfac
torily. Built of finest ma
terial, perfected with gal
vanized iron, sheets of as
bestos and every trreat sci
All sizea at e anient prices.
Miss Moore, Omaha's Clever Cook, demonstrating with
Bennett's Excelsior Flour on the Dangler. You are invited.
Buy your atov thla week, and so give th Y. W. C. A. that J cents on the dollar
a - -
It's Here at
THE RELIABLE STRE
We Sell lion
We re Omaha's
An Easter Surprise, Thursday
150 NEW CRAVEN ETT K COATR-ln all
tho most approved styles and colors
sites 33 to 46 ef
HS.oO valucs-at I.JVJ
BEAtTlFt'L DRESS WAlSTS-fnr Eastor
the moat complete and varied line In
Omaha- prices ranging E ff
from J2.9S to
AM. BARtSAIN R ICCORP8 BROKEN IN
urn ladies- sriT department.
I 1LMLMINU KAMPLF. Sl ITS. In th most
Jtcluslve ilecigns, that have sold at fji.
13T..M 11 nd tci- - j
ts SAMPLE Cttstl'MES. In Arnhlan all
chiffon ami taffetas and Messalines,
iiilHlte Imported garmentn, no two alike,
tegular prices would HveraKc 4C
7i. choice Thursday, tJo.'O anil
None sent c. O. D or on approval.
10i NEW TAILOR SCITS Jut received
mnile to sell at li.o'-sperlally m C
attractive bargain, at lO.Ovl
17 W) TA1UR SI ITS. In fine Panama
bronilrlot h and linnsfome, fancy mlxel
fabrics unmatclmhlc f llff
bargains, at "i"u
$lo.( COVERT COATS. In corset, pony or
box styles 300 garments from M OH
which to select choice 0."U
BEAITlFCL SILK ETON'S -J Efi
at .'..00. IT.BO, 110 and Isi.OU
FINE WAI.KINU SKIRTS-In the very
newest stvles and materials, f
at ITS'!, $x0, $10. $12.50 and .... lO.VIU
A nil EAT SKIRT SPECtAI2tt new
skirts. In Immense variety of lipht weiaht
materials nntl newest styles $7.60 vslue.
splendid bargnlna Q3
MISSES NEW SKIRTS
$W, $..! snd
FROM S TILL 9 A. M.
worth Jl.lfi Thursday . ..
FROM 8:,T- TILL 9: A M.
Women's tl .'iO underskirts
FROM TILL II A. M
Women's V..0O Pllk Coats
Sale of Easter Novelties.
ncy Cards, etc.
including Rlliles, lYayer Books, Gift
7."o Prayer Books,
$1.3 Player Books,
5c Fnnry EaMer Cards,
5c Fancy Easter Cards,
Easter Chickens, . Ducks, fancy
Baskets, etc.. etc.. Ht iw, 5c, ?r nnd
LADIES' EASTER NECKWEAR.
SeciilH Thursday morning In great
assortmrnf, at 2m 7'v' and
New Riichlnss, worth 6"o per box, OS
at, per box CJo
New RurhltiKS, worth rtV, pr box, OQe
at, per box
Cravenettes are made by Priestley A Co.
They are not ralnproofs; they are far su
perior. Wo carry the ralnproofs also.
f.S-in. wide, ut
5H-ln. wide, at
wi-in. wide, at
Priestley's Cravenettes, en
58-in. wide, at O.OVf
Prlestley'a Cravenettes, A ff
08-ln. wide, at mJJ
I'rlestley's Cravenettes, 98C
10,000 other things on sal at equally 1
Ralnproofs, tt-ln. wld,
Main Wash Goods Dept Wish Goods Sal "
loo pieces Silk Mulls,
all spring shades, at
50 pieces of fins Eolllennes,
81 , '
50 pieces of fine Panamas.
100 pieces of Correaux, finest
French styles made, at
Buy Your Easter Grocery Supplies Now.
FRESH FRCITS. VEGETABLES. BUT
TER, CHEESE AND CRACKERS.
21 lbs. Pure Can Granulated 8ugar for $1.00
10 lbs. best Granulated Cornmeel 9
7 lbs. best hand-picked Navy Beuna 25c
Jello' or Bromnngelon, per pkg 7'c
-lb. package Macaroni , RWc
6-lb. palls pure Fruit Jelly ' loc
1-lb. Jars pure Fruit Preserves 7Vc
1-lb. package Cornstarch 4c
1-lb. can fancy Alaska Salmon 9c
011 Sardines, per can 3c
1- lb. package Mince Meat oc
2- lb. can fancy Sweet Sufrar Corn 5c
2-lb. can fancy Wax or String Beans..., He
Cleaned Currants, per Ih 7tya
I-urpn Cat. Prunes, per lb 4o
Fancy Muscatel Raisins, per lb 7'3o
Fancy Seeded Raisins, per pkg 7'to
The best Soda or Oyster Crackers, per Ib.So
Fresh, crisp Olngersiuips, per Ih So
EGGS, BI'TTER AND CHEE8B
Strictly fresh No. 1 new laid Eggs, per
Fiincy Separator Creamery Butter,
per pound 21o
Fancy Brick Cheese, per lb 15o
Fancy IJmlierger CheeBe, per lb 12Hc
Fancy Wisconsin Cream Cheese, per Ib..luo
Fancy New York White Cheese, per lb..l6o
Omaha's Greatest Fresh Fruit
Why pay from 25 to CO per cent more for
the same goods. Read these prices:
Two bunches fresh Radishes 60
Fancy Head Lettuce, per head Sc
Two bunches Green Onions 60
Fancy luree Cucumbers, each 7Hc
Fresh Spinach, er peck 20c
Pie Plant, per pound 5c
Fresh Beets, per bunch 5c
Fresh ripe Tomatoes, per pound 10o
Fresh String Beans, per pound 10c
and Vegetable Department
Fresh Wax Beans, per pound 12V4u
Fresh ripe Strawberries, per box lUo
Fresh Parsley, per bunch 3o
Fancy Sweet Potutoes, per pound. ...... .l'o
Fresh Turnips, per bunch 60
Two measure fresh Roasted Peanuts. .. .5o
Fancy large Highland Navel Oranges, worth
4oc ncr (InZfii, tor this sale 2To
Fancy Fard Dates, per pound 10a
Fancy Highland Lemons, per dosen Uc
Fancy No. 1 English Walnuts, per lb. 121
Our present magnlfl- ha
rent collection of Precious JIM
t?;ones will interest every Jf
prospective purchaser. IJ
J Drown 5Borsheim
1222 5ouih I625tfeet,0maha.
ft nd tor (at.lotf.i.
, Fr e )
-..ii . upas"" " ""-'
8AJ.E OF EASTER PO8T CARDS
600 DIFFERENT SUBJECTS.
Chiciso. Rabbit and Floral designs
two for 60
Handsome display of Easter Cards
Dutch and Jap designs, also Floral
Rabbits and Chickens, from 45c to Kc
New Easter Novelties 15c, 10c, to
Stationery Main Floor.
A aay to wash a lace curtain aa a
handkerchief, and It taster to do up
your curtains If you have a
Special For Thursday
$150 reduced to $J-S
$115 reduced to $L00
Poubla Green Trading Stamps.
TQEER. is an effervescent pro
duct, most uceptible to
taint, therefore, to retain iu
lile and purity it muK be kept
sir proof. STORZ BfcKR
it gc4 in hermetically sealed
nu, then drawn via our new
sirs Uht (the only one in tb
wew) direct o the automatic
bottluig mtihine. No ir
touchet it. It't im and pur
ity it wholly retained. Be
sure you order STORZ. A
iTiiraTi iiff nvr
Then comes Good Friday then Eaa-
Bunday. That means new shoes for
most everybody and that naturally
leads us to Drezel Sho Co.
All the newest novelties In misses
and chlldrens shoes just th kind to
please the little, ones.
Largest line of new Ideas In women's
shoes and oxfords ever shown In
In men's shoes and oxfords w are
showing more lines and new styles In
medium and high grade than any
1 store In the west.
Do your Easter shopping early.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam Street.
1517 Douglas St
ould be pleaned with one of our thin model wutches
.iive hl.11 one for F.i.sl.i, He will keep It al
in memory of this li East, r day and our stor full
of nlre things suitable for Easter Ullll.
Spend a ftw minutes with us. IJOK FOR 1HH
S. W. LINDSAY, JEWELER. '
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