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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1906)
THE OMAIIA DAILY BEEi SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1906.
Great Sale of
THE RELIABLE STflJRE I
New York Millinery Stock
Dovgtit from It. SamncU, Broadway, New York
ON 6flLE SATURDAY- ?5(L$li.,$10
" Stunning spring modeli at -h-j-yiu
All II. Samuels' Best $2 JO and $3-50 (T CA
will go in Basement at
SEE MIXLnfERY AD ON PAGE FIVE.
IN THE ANNEX
: Til biggest sale Of high .class
new 611k Rlbhona erer held In
Omaha. These floe ribbons are up
to 6 Inches wide and are the high
est Quality, of All Bilk ' Taffetas.
Pretty new floral patterns, Per
sian patterns, silk embroidered
hemstitched, silk striped,' etc., all
colors and hundreds of yarletles,
actually worth op to COc a yard
In Annex at yard
ladies' 50 c Neclnvear a! 10c
The pretty fancy braided and ' faggoting- titchd
neckwear, in the new Stocks and Tabs, all kinds
of lace and embroidered Collars, very 1 f
one .a new, spring pattern, positively HuDf
worth up to 50c each, at each.... v.
Brandels carries the largest, most complete line of fine Summer
Underwear in Omaha. - Our stock this spring is greater than erer be
Ladies' fine Cotton Vests, low neck and sleere- U
less, taped neck and arms, ?ery ape- Q V
clal Saturday at each O4C Z f ... i
Ladles' fine Maco Cotton "Vests, In sleereless
and short sleeved, light weight for spring
and summer at 1 fa
Ladles' fine Lisle and Mercerized Silk Vesta and
Pants, silk taped, crocheted, etc., finest styles,
Ladles' Union Suits, In knee length, with um
brella or cuff knee, finely trimmed with
lace, crocheted, etc.,
Bt , . ..
a G CORSETS
Give the graceful
and the defined
waist line de
manded by the pre-railing-
style for every fig
ure and every kind
of drees. Including
the new R. & O.
lingerie o o r s e t
which will be im
The R. k Q. Cor
sets wear as well
as they fit and they
fit to perfection.
$1 to $3
Imported Hosiery '
The highest quality of lisle,
all over lace, lace boot and
fancy hosiery in plain black
and colors all Is finest grade
and worth regularly 6O0 a pair.
at, per pair
v . . .
Hosiery on Bargain Square
Men's, ladles' and children's
hosiery in black and fancies;
this la regular JOc and 25o
10c, 12k and 15c
BIG HUG BARGAIN IN BASEMENT
Oie big table of Brussels, Axminster, Velvet and, C
Smyrna Rugs in one lot, eaxh '. tD
lap China ' t ar nnnnRjp9rv lap Novelties
In the 9tUIUMp in the
Arcade l3iMb?M:!3 Arcade, ,;
rTWhon In Chicago'
Stop at The
Refined. Elesrsnt, Qalet. Located ear
ner ol city s two Coast boulevards,
eonveolnit to entire buainees eeotar.
Cloae to beat theatres end shopplna
district fcS rooms, ISO pnale baths;
luiurioas writing end reciptloa roomai
woodwork mahogany throughout; brass
beda and all modern comforts; talephoae
In every room; beautiful dining rooms
tfie beat of everyttalng at moderate prices.
Mteklds and Jscasoa LCMcaje J
raoels . .
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TO? know ttllat 1-. aa'ttl.
sstswv-ftMxrr tflfc ttajraa em,.
City R" lUmarl
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aa Is ! at lua aaa MMMe
as SuSMot. Cl WJI a
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1W sivlvat batbe
Talrybeaies la all
CsassUa4 Cat rarfaat Vaiataa
Uat ssl Mid tmBBlsg eraser ta
It kas sradoea Mar aS s4aas
saaSlue aaS enOns maa
$1 to 4 per Day
Karntloai saw se SHtai kr
Kl ITtR-BENSOM HOTEL OQ
p. a. uitiso.
Drown & Do rshcim
222 South 102Stff10mAhA.l
D Sand r.r itee c
There's a fine variety of Child
ren's Oxfords here. Boys' and
Girls' sizes In Oxfords, Bluchers,
Gitmon Ties, etc.
Our Oxfords will fit the child's
foot properly. Most Oxfords don't
Bring in the children.
Kid or patent leather, or canvas,
with, low or spring heels.
$l.25 to $2.00
according to size.
The children's feet we fit with
Oxfords, will be fitted comfortably.
Bee our children's window.
FRY SHOE CO.
167ft and Douglas Stt
; bxpovxitts or 000s urxirck
28th and Farnam Sts.
inounce the first arrival of extra choice
othsome, plump, live
Infinitely superior , to the chemically pre
served broilers dressed months ago, hand
somely wrapped in attractive packages
to deceive the. Innocent buyer. Remem
ber. We Dress JJ1 Our Poultry walls Ton
per lb ,
Fresh X.aid Xtggs .
per a os
' I pkgs ,
Best (most delightful breakfast
dish) S pkgs
Beautiful China Cup Xa Saob r set are.
Shredded Btsoults III.
Spanish Queea Olives (bulk)
auart -. 1
Waits Bake Chocolate Wn
per lb t. ""
ZavUcdbU Salmon '
2 laree cane
Select Imported sardlass IB.
i cans JC
loo Can Fork k Beans e.
(In Tomato Sauce) ...'
8O0 Can Pork k Beans f ft.
(In Tomato Bauce) swv
Fine Sifted Veas
per can J.......
warranted s-uperio to any
Saturday we will make special reduc
tions on all varieties of choicest vege
tables which we are confident will interest
Don't purchase elsewhere before ascer
taining, our prices.
BEWARE OF THE BUG
He cornea In with the spit ball and the
peek-a-boo waist and makss merry with
the nape of you neck In the Good Old
Bummer Time He spins not, neither does
he toll, but works while you sleep. ' His
nights are short and full of bug juice, and
tie's a son for a gun on stilts, fearta but
on thing HOWKLXS FAMOUS BUG
KIIXER-S CENTS A BOTTLE.
...Uo and SOc
Packing Camphor, ....
Moth Balls pkg ,
Ammonia, pint bottle
Inaect Powder, best, lb go
nOWElL DRUG CO.
; 16th and Capitol Ave.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
set raras raaer-41 a Year.
Nothing requires mora cars and at
tention than the selection of the shoes
you buy for the boys. A real live boy,
gives his shoes more wear than two
ordinary men. It requires a good,
well made shoe to stand the wear a
boy gives them. Our line of boys'
shoes has always given good satisfac
tion and we guarantee them la every
way to please you.
Saturday Is boys' day at 'our s tore
bring them In.
Drexel Shoe Co.
U19 f"rnam Street.
m tibial iiil'Mffi' J -J "
a . a .'.WOOLENS ....
REPRESENT the very
of the Foreign and
This buying In large quantities direct
irvni iae ttiiiis means m&i n loou S DU
ers get FIK8T choice of each season
designs. We make the others pick atu
Tfousen, J5 to J12-Sylti, $20 ta $50
VtLUAM JCRREMQ' SOUS,
- -MOO-gll Bo. lBth Ctfw
that sell everywhere
that others set
,!2n's Blue All-Wool Serge Suits, S.usbr..ear...ud
Worth up to $5.00,
Worth up to $3.50.
rth up to tp Thousands to
$1.25. . KCQ)VS Choose from.
1519-1521 Douglas St.
Great Sale Men's Suits Saturday
$15 and $18 Men's Suits, $10
The greatest bargain oppor
tunity ever offered in Omaha at
this season of the year... Over
1,500 high grade- men's suits,
closed out from a prominent
manufacturer, will be placed on
Style is Newest and Best.
Quality and Workmanship
Prices the Lowest Ever.
You must see these garments
to appreciate their, real bargain
worth they come in all the
newest patterns and fabrics and
would sell regularly at $15 and
$18 your choice
Saturday $12.50 and
A Cravenette Rain Coat is al
most a "necessity during; the
spring months, always comfor-
table, always looks stylish tme-
qualed values Saturday at $12.50, $19.00 and
SPECIAL SALE OF MEN'S PANTS.
A great variety of materials, in stripes, plaids, fancy mixtures
and plain colors garments worth 1 QfZ
; up to $3.50 at $2.50 and .. lVD
Youths' Long Pants Suits the kind that posses the style and of
r quality that insures long service unequaled C f(
; values-at $8.50, $7.50, $6.50, and .... 11
Boys' Knee Pants Suits in great variety of styles, materials and
patterns, and with quality that will stand the hard wear inci
dent to boyhood play special prices 4 QF
Saturday $3.50, $2.95, $2.50 and 4 1
Popular-Priced Millinery All the Time.
1508 Douglas St.
Enormous -MILtlUERY Purchase
of Pattern Hats, Dress Hats, Ready-to-Wear Hats.'
EXQUISITE HATS AT
$3.75, 5.00, $6.75 and 0.50
i Hundreds of pretty Milan Braid, Tuscan Braid and
Pressed Panama Hats, beutifully trimmed, in this sale at
Grand Sale Saturday
The GREATEST Popular-Priced Sale on new, clean,
up-to-date desirable .millinery ever held in Omaha.
GET PRICES SEE THEM BEFORE YOU BUY.
THE LAfJGE GROCERY GO.
i Ifs always pays to read our ads It's tnterestlns;.
lowest and quality the best. ' '
The prices are the very
Fancy large Btrawbertes, quart box 10c
Asparagus, 1-lb. box, bunches, frosh to
Radlnhes, two large bunches 5c
Green Onions, four bunches So
Bplnach, fresh home-grown, per vk. 25o
Oranges, sweet and Juicy, per doi. lBo
Lemons, large and juicy, per doi. 12c
21 lbs. pure cane Granulated Sugar 11.00
Purity Flour, the beat on the market,
every sack guaranteed or your money
back, for Saturday only, 48-lb. sack
for , $1.06
Vanilla Wafers, regular seller, per lb.
20c; our price 124o
Ginger Snaps, fresh, and crisp, per
Force, regular seller, - price per phg.
lc; our price... 7io
Cheeae, full cream, regular seller,
20c; our price ......Ho
Seeded Raisins, 1-lb. pkg, full weight,
Macaroni, 10c-pkg our price ..7&c
Buy of us and get the beat meats
at the lowest prices. Wa buy in quan
tities and sell for cash, consequently
we undersell all competitors.
Chickens, fresh and young, per lb. VHo
Boiling Beef, S lbs. for ........S6o
Hams, per lb.... ...........9o
Bacon, per lb llVto
Chuck Roast, per lb ..-..6o
Rib Roast, per lb ...,Ro
Porterhouse Steak, per lb .10o
Sirloin Steak, per lb ....10o
Lard, the best, S-lb. pall...... 28o
THE LANGE GROCERY GO.
24TH AND CUMIXO STREET.
PHONES: DOUGLAS 1580 and DOUGLAS 8223.
, I,, . ...
PJIdCAGUE INVESTMENT CO.
GENERAL IIISORAUCE AGENTS.
The following telegrams received from our companies.
HOME FIRE AND MARINE OF SAN FRANCISCO
will pay losses in full and continue business uninterrupt- -tedly.
Our flag is still flying and nailed to the mast.
MARSHALL &' Mo ELTIONE, Gen't. Western Agents.
The losses of the TRADER'S INSURANCE COMPANY,
in San Francisce, will be promptly, adjusted and paid and
the company will continue in business with AMPLE RE
SOURCES. 4 ,
S. T. COLLINS, Ass't. Secretary.
AACHEN & MUNICH, ,
Home office cables SURPLUS FUNDS sufficient to meet
all San Francisco losses.
'J. A.; KELSEY, American Mgr.
Write your business with tis and be insured.
The FJlcCagiiG Investment Co
. McOAGUE BUILDmO.
Arlislic Views o! San Francisco.
In 'natural colors, as the streets and buildings appeared be for the dis
aster. Has twenty-two street scenes sad. double-pace bird's-eye view.
Postpaid (or 25 cents. Trade supplied.
MEGEATH STATIONERY CO., Omaha, Neb.
EVERY DAY SEES NEW CUSTOMERS
Added to our list.' Day by, day that list grows steadily and without back
sliding. Do you know why? Well, we fljrure It out that It Is the kind of
meats we sell and the prices, we charge. It Isn't our personal popularity;
It's the cold business proposition of better quality meats for less money
than can be had elsewhere.
Leg of Lamb, lb -.10c Lamb Roast, 4 lbs....M...M.2Cc
Lamb Stew, 6 lbs. 25c V
Veal Stew, 6 lbs.
eal Roast, 4 lbs .2fc
25c i Boiling Beef, 8 lbs .25c
Price of Hams and Bacon are up, but we're selling at old prices
bought a btg quantity before prices advanced.
' CENTRAL MARKETS
Sixteenth and Capitol Ave.
Sixteenth and Harney Sta.
rs ja svX ra X
V7 Lk) L5 '.
'MM' ilflflrt'iBfiTi' fllTHTfilHT fifffifiJiS,
Attention is directed to the splendid new equipment
of electric lighted daily trains, Omaha and Council
Bluffs to Sioux City, Mankato, St Paul and Minne
apolis via . ,
THE r.ORTH-UESTERN LINE
Buffet-smoking and library car, splendid Pullman
drawing room sleeping cars and free reclining chair
cars of the latest type, with all modern travel conven- .
. iences; train new from the shops and brilliantly
lighted by electricity, leaves Omaha daily 8.28 p. m.
Electric reading lamps in every section and drawrng
room and in the buffet-library car. Electric curling
iron heaters in the ladies' dressing rooms. Breakfast
a laarte in buffet library car.
The North-Western Line is the direct line to St. Paul,
Minneapolis, Superior, Duluth, Ashland and the Lake
Two trains daily leave Omaha 7.50 am and 8.28 pm.
Sleeping car reservations and full Information concerning rates
and schedules on application at '
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