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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 22, 1906)
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ESTABLISH:!) .JUNK 10, 1S71.
OMAHA, SUNDAY MOUSING, APIilL 22, 1006.
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GREEN TRADIN3 STAMPS EVERY TiMc
Sfer 45 years on Farnam Slreet Mr. Sam' I Burns, the wesfern fng of
Chinadom, retires from business and sells his gigantic stock to the Ben
nett Company. It's probably the most historical china stock in America B
- This immense western birthplace of crockery life is foiown from ocean to ocean. Mr. Burns was a regular vis
itor to all the great potteries of Europe and America. What he didn't get control of was something his expert eye and
mind didn't care to bother with. 'He introduced the products of Europe and the Orient to the great West, and there
isn't an inhabitant between the Missouri and the Rockies hit has visited Sam I Burns' crockery house on Farnam
street, Omaha. He enters on a well-earned retirement and closes out a $30,000 stock to us for cash. Even with our
gigantic facilities the greatest store space west of the Mississippi we cannot handle this stock in any otker way than
by sections. Monday morning the frst section will be put on sale
LibbyCut. Glass Bowls, Sugars and Creams, Footed Jel
lies, Covered Bon Bons, Pickle Trays, Celery Trays, etc.
Sever's Fancy Vases, Boyal Doulton, Royal Worcester
and Boyal Bonn China.
HUNGARIAN AND BAVARIAN BRIC-A-BRAC
Sam'l Burns, being a connoiseur and art critic, picked up
thousands of odd pietes in the quaint pottery cities of Europe
and Asia. These pieces are absolutely unmatchable and we offer
them for. a song-
JARDINIERES All sizes, shapes and colors pots and pedestals
at one-third Bums' prices $5 down f f
cnilP SETS On dmen vlates until soup tureens nurns-
price was $12 Monday sacrificed '
for. . . . . ..... ..... .
DINNER SETS DINNER SETS
Choicest, Rarest, Most Interesting Display You Ever Threw Your Eye Over
French China Dinnerware decorations and shapes most rare some slightly imperfect
many sets that will never be reproduced again.
ties Burns Sets for $50.00 I $29 Burn Sets far. . $17.00
$S5 Burnt Sets for 27.30 Enylish Porcelain-Burnt' mark SIS, Monday at... 7.S0
4kS Burns Sett for 22.50 Burnt' mark $14, Monday at Bennett's for 6.50
And to on ad lib.
The foregoing it merely a little index of almost $5,000 vxnlU of Burns' stock that will be closed out first tales day
Monday representing little over one tenth the entire purchase of $S0,OOO.
Every day a fresh section toill b produced. It means that our salespeople and workers will be kept rattling crock
ery night and day to keep up with this enormous sales-task of clearing out the stock in the shortest possible space of time.
MOTEL WARE HOTEL WARE
Numerous inquiries have been made as to when this interesting section will bs placed on tale. Impossible at the
moment to tell. Will be duly announced in the advertising columns of this newspaper. .. ;... ....
WATCH 0UT1 WATCH 0UTI
CUPS AND SAUCERS English, German and trench China.
$2.00 Cups f0r 75o $1.60 Cups for 50c
$1. 00 Cups for 25o And as low as 10c
English Wedgewood Ware- Samuel Burns was the only
man west of Chicago controlling the products of this' world-renowned
pottery. Whatever of this ware was sold in this section
in any other store, was purchased through Samuel Bums-
Wedgewood in Green, Blue and Tan colors; Sugars and Creams, Tea Pots, .
Ferneries, Vases, Cups and Saucers One-half Burnt' Prices.
. Fancy Plates from leading potteriet of England, France and Germany:
Plates that were $2. 00 for 50c
Plates that were north $1.60 for 25c
Plates that were worth $1. 00 for 20c
Plates that were worth ,'60 o for 10c
TOILET SETS hundreds in varied shapes, stylet and decorations
$10.00 Sets for $4.00 $8.00 Sets for $3.50
FROM SAMUEL BURNS
1847 Roger Bros., Rogers and Smith, and
ir.nrv and ruin Handle Knive Choice of
Fancy and J' Lain Handle Forks Any Piece
Fancy and 1 lain uanaie xaoiespoous
Fancy and 1 Lain uanaie uessen,
Fancy and Plain Tepoons. . . .
Berry Spoons, Pickle Forks....
Etc., Etc, Etc....
Wm. Rogers &'Son, Wallace Bros., Jen
ning Bros., Etc.
Tablespoons... ChdCC OI
Teaspoons. ... .--. Aly
Batter Knlres PlCCe
Orange Spoons, etc, etc. ...
1847 Roger Bros.' 12-Plece Set Six hollow
handle knives, six forks C) JO
triple plate .rJ
1847 Hotter Bros 10-Plece Sot Six hollow han
dle knives, six forks, six teaspoons, O ()Q
three tablespoons ....."tt-
SUGAR BOWIES, TEA SETS, WATER PITCH.
ERS, COMMtMUf) CI PS, P1CKA.K CAS
TORS, BERRY DISnES, ETC, ALL OF
THE BEST MANUFACTURE,
Lot 1 Burns' Goods worth to $3, A(in
Lot 2 Barns Goods worth to 5, QQn
Lot 8 Burns' Goods worth to $8, 1 AO
Pry Goods Section
Attractions in White India Linon Lace trim
med, short or long sleeves, Monday CH
69c, 69c and UC
Two Attractions in White Linon Elaborate
One dollar quality
Nearly 100 Ladles' Sample Suits All new mix
tures, small checks, plaids and plain colors,
in Panama, mohairs and serges, in the new
est cuts, fancy Eton and Pony Jackets, full
circular skirts with folds, regular f? A
price $13 to $23 each. l.DJ
Fancy Silk Shirt Waist Suits Small checks and
plain colors, original value $18.60
Ladies' Tan Covert Cloth Coat Pony jacket
style, trimmed with cloth covered buttons,
unllned, neat and nobby, all X O C
Ladies' Box Coat Tan covert, very good ma
terial, full flare, large sleeves,
Ladies Fitted Covert Coats Strapped seams.
large leg o' mutton sleeve, hard fin- Q P fl
it, bed material, all sices, at.
Special No-'l Fine Wide Nainsook Dress In
sertions, heavy eyelet patterns; big lot of 18
lnch Corset Cover Embroideries, good, heavy
edges, worth 45c yard, sale price
Monday yard 0t
Special No. 1.000 yards fine Swiss, Nain
sook and Cambric Flouncing Embroideries
and wide Corset Cover Embroideries, worth
to 76e yard, sale price Monday Q
a yard ; mJ
Mammoth Sale of Undermuslins
Big purchase of one of- the largest manu
facturers of fine Undermuslins; this lot com
posed of fine Muslin Skirts, long and knee
length; Gowns, Chemises, Corset Covers and
Drawers, well made and prettily trimmed in
fine lace and embroidery, worth to $1.60 a gar
ment, to be divided into three great lots.
Lot 1 $1.60 values special
Lot & $1.00 values special
Lot 8 76c values special
Sale of Plain Ribbons
$00 pieces of All Slik Taffeta Ribbons, Nos.
22. 40. 60 and 80, lu a' full raugo of plain
hades, worth to 25c yard special
22 and 40 a yard , .
60 and 80 a yard
Sale of New Wash Belts
20 gross plain and fancy embroidered Duclc,
Plaue and Canvas Belts, nobby pearl and
brass buckles, this season's styles A
special, each, 60c, 86c, 25c and.
A Sample Line of Three-Quarter and Full
Length Ladles' Coats In fancy checks,
stripes and plaids, value $12.60,
$15 and $17.50, at
Ladles' New Wash
New Pony Style
very nobby. . . .
with girdle . .
Suits The very newest
Ladles Pressing Sacques Black lawn with
white stripes and flowers, blue and pink with
small figures and plain white 75c Pfl
Ladies' Pressing Sncqucs White lawn with col
ored borders, also plain white India linon
and Cyrean crepe in all colors 98 C
' HA HIES LITTLE SACQUES Nearly
300. in ciihhuiore, fyne French flannel and do
mestic flannel, embroidered In cotton and
silk, daintiest little thlngd imaginable all
at less than half price.
Little Ones' Couts 2 to 5 years,
prices Monday, at $3.95, $2.95, i
Big Silk Salt-Monday
Over 300 pieces of this season's silks, In
both plalu and fancy, will be placed on sale
Monday at less than cost. Every yard new and
b5c plain Chiffon Taffeta, all shades; $1.00
plain l'eau de Cygne, all hurt eg; 90c fuuey
Waist and Suit Silks; 75c Cream Japanese
$11k, 36 Inches wide; 90c Milk Crepe n Chine.
nil shades; .'c Black Japa
nese Silk, 27 inches wide;
85c Silk Shepherd Cnecks
AM. ( MONDAY
Great Black Silk BargainsMonday
10 pieces of 27-lnch heavy black Italian Taffeta,
soft chiffon finish, wear guaranteed, espe
cially adapted for suits, waists and wraps,
regular $1.25 quality, on sale AA
1 Monday a yard ,IUU
36-inch Black Japanese Silk, guaranteed spot
proof, full one yard wide'; sold regularly at
$1.00 yard, on sale Monday a
Colored Dress Goods
64-inch Panamas, all colors and black; crisp,
high finish, dustproof, regular price f rtA
$1.50 yard, Monday only a yard. . . . .IUU
64-inch New Gray Tailor Suitings, In checks,
plain mixtures, fancy and shadow plaids, very
popular for street wear, sold at
$1.50 yard, Monday only a yard.
80 to 46-lnch 100 pieces of Plain and Fancy
Panamas, Scotch and Shepherds Plaids,
Fancy Mixtures, Crash Suitings, Waterproof
Suitings in stripes, checks and plain mix
tures. Shadow Checked Panamas, Nuns' Veil
ings, Mohairs, Serges and Cheviots,
sold up to 85c yard, Monday a yard.
Black Dress Goods
64-inch Black Sicilian, a rich, glossy black,
always sold at 86c yard, Monday rn
a . yard . .DYJC
46-lnch Black Chiffon Panama, a soft, clingy
substance, dust repellant, right weight and
texture for spring wear, regular price
$1 yard, Monday only a yard
64-ln. Bright Luster Sicilians (n Sala
64-ln. Spring Weight Broadcloths. .. .1 Y. .
46-ln. India Twill Serge Monday
46-ln. Silk and Wool Tamlse Onlv a.
46-in. Shadow Check Chiffon
Panama ( yard, M
46-ln. French Voile Irs ft
46-in. Wool Taffeta I.UU
4C-ln. Nuns' Veilings '
Big Sale of White Goods
60 pieces White India Linon, worth A
12 c yard, Monday only a yard 1UC
25 pieces White Sheer India Linon, C
worth 20c, Monday only a yard 1 JC
Fine White Waistlng and Dotted Swisses, worth
25c yard- Monday, while they last 0
a yard mJC
30 pieces of fine Silk Tissue and Imported Irish
Barred Dimities, very newest floral J"
dtslgnB, for Monday a yard jC
32-inch Persian Lawn for graduating dresses.
regular 45c quality, Monday, one
day only a yard
20 pieces of German Linen Suitings,
shades, regular price 26c, Monday
only a yard
Madras Curtain Scrims and Swisses In plain
white and colors. 8 6 and 40 inches wide.
worth to 29c yard, Monday only a
Big Embroidery Values Monday
Fine wlss and Nainsook Allbvers, Skirting,
Flouncing, yoking and wide and narrow In
sertions, all match a yard from
Monda.y 'mong the Millinery
First Display of Early Summer Hats
Beautiful, Attractive Lingerie Styles
Lingerie Hats trimmed with laces of intricate and novel designs,
horse hair braids, chips and Milans Lingerie Hats that open the
ball so far as the West goes in early summer lingerie styles. By
that we mean that these ideas have never before been shown, either
by ourselves or our competitors.
DESIGNS ARE NEW, TO-THE-MINUTE, BEAUTIFUL, PICTURESQUE, IDEAL FOR SUNNY DAYS.
PRICES ARE AS VARIED AS STYLES-BETTER SEE THEM!
All Spring Hats in a Final Round-Up Monday Hats that were intended to be sold up to $10,
and worth every cent indicated on their price tickets, will be sacri- (l!C in Cfl
The Trimmings The Trimmings
Home Milliners'1 Most Varied Supply
Heed Monday at from.
Children's Hats Children's Hats
The Right Pint tor the LI tilt Misses' NetdsHits tnd Cspt In
Every Popular Stylt Pokes, Toques, Bonnets, Tarns, Bal
morals, Cowls, Hussars Every material manipulated by
deftest artistic Ungertpricet up J C
from t JC
Made to Wear and Look Well
Mothers of, Boys approve Perfection because
it's tLe sort that stands wear best. It's guar
anteed. No matter how hard your boy may be
on his clothes "PERFECTION" will stand for
it. One trial proves.
Sizes 3 to 16-$1.50, $1.95, $2.45, $2.95,$3.45,
$3.95, $4.95, $5.95 up to $7.50.
1 From $3.95 and Upwards in "Ingersoll" $1.00 Watch Free
Some extra good suits in broken lots closing out cheap.
Young Men's Suits, 14 to 20 years old
$15, 12L, $10, $9, $8, $7, $5
Some good values in broken lines at reduction prices.
Two Big Specials in Men's Furnishing Goods
All Odd Shirts from 50o and 75c lines, Monday, at 29c
Men's Summer Mesh Underwear, Trading Stamp aisle 25o
Dutchess Trousers 10c a button; $1.00 a rip.
Black Oak Frames,
sizes 7x9 and 8x10,
with Mats and
a 50c value every
where, Monday we
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artist materials, py
rography and framed
pictures, w-' west
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