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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE; SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1906.
New Shipment Just Received -Ladles
Elbow Length Gloves
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Liile ' ' '
These are 'the fashionable and much-ln-demaud gloves for wear
with pretty summer costumes. These fine gloves come in blacks, whites,
grays and colors. A great assortment ot the most desirable styles.
, Specially priced at, per pair
91, S1-SQ and 52
Short Fabric Gloves in Black, White, Colors.
. Lisle, silk and cotton gloves, in two-clasp effects, black,
; white and colors,-in our glove (Tflo 7Cl $1
department, Saturday, at, pair. 4JtJi"t)ULI 3
ladies' Dainty Neckwear
The fashionable stocks and tabs for wear with summer suits
1 and costumes, lace and silk embroidered 4 fyEn,
effects,-many novelties, at, each.... J"UtL
IiADIKS SUMMER VESTS Fine cotton with
lace and. crocheted neck and arms, many silk
taped special Saturday bar
IiADIKS' LIGHT WEIGHT VESTS Fine cotton
with taped neck and arm holes, on bar
gain table, at, each . .
INDIES' FINE LISLE VESTS AND
.PANTS Vests are daintily trimmed
with Bilk ribbon, laces, etc. draw
. era are wide umbrella or cuff knee
. with lace edging worth up to seven
LADIES' UNION SUITS In all sizes,
light weights, very neatly and elab-
Ladies' children's and men's fast black and fancy
hosiery, all sizes on bargain tables, all perfectly
made, worth up to forty cents in. 1 li 1 C
at. per pair lUC-IC-I JC
Ladles' and men's fine lisle and Maco cotton hosiery, plain allover lace
and boot patterns, also the finest sheer lace TT- AQ
lisle this Is Imported hosiery, at per pair. . . JCJJGmZJG
In Curtain Department
Window Shades, cloth,
Swim Curtains. S yards
long. in. wide. oalr.
Cretonne, in Jap patterns, for
shirt waist boxes, tOln
Snow Flake Curtains, a r
special, pair I.Oif
Hammocks, extra strong, closely
woven In all new nfi
colors, at OSS
Hammocks In plaids and stripes
very, heavy and fast 4 HQ
colors,, at ,
Plain white and fancy bor
der hemstitched hand- r
kerchiefs, at ...DC
Ladles' and men's fine alt
linen hemstitched hand
kerchiefs, regular f fl
20c value, each. .'. . .lUC
Ladies' ' Pure Irish Linen
Handkerchiefs, fancy em
broidered and lace nr.
trimmed, at, each. . .3 1
ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH YOUR GROCER?
Do yon get prompt service? Our wagons go all over the city. Tele
phone your order to us and it will be taken care of promptly and
satisfactory and at a saving of 10 to 20 per cent. Isn't this worth
while? These are only a few of our low prices. Read and be convinced.
23 lbs. Pura Cana Granulated
Sugar for $1.00
S packages I. B. ,C. Biscuits
. Force, per package 7 He
, Egg-O-See, per package ... 7 H e
Cheese, full cream, per lb . . 10c
Eggs, strictly fresh, dozen . . 15c
. Butter from the country, re
ceived dally, per lb. 18c to 20c
Catsup, 10c bottle for 5c
2-lb. can Sweet Corn 6c
Oat Meal Crackers, per lb . . 10c
Graham Crackers, per lb. . . . 10c
Soda Crackers, per lb 6c
Ginger Snaps, fresh, lb 6c
Peas, fresh from the garden,
per quart 7 He
Wax or ' String Beans, nice
and. tender, per quart . ,7H
Lettuce, large bunches, 4 for Sc
Turnips, large bunches, per
bunch .-.. . lc
Cucumbers, home grown, ea. 6c
Rhubarb, per bunch. , ...... lc
Strawberries, home grown, re
48-lb. sack Purity Floor, the
Lange Gro. Go's: best, every
sack guaranteed. ...... .91.15
Soap Diamond C, Beat 'Em All,
Lenox and Swift's Pride, 10
bars for 25c
Ivory Soap, large 10c size.. 7 He
MEAT DEPT. ,
Pork Loins, per pound ...... lOHe
Good Steaks, per pound So
Roast Beef, per lb a te o
Rib Roast, per pound lOo
Summer Sausage, per pound. .18 ViO
No. 1 Sugar Cured Skinned
Hams. ter Dound 13U
Spring- Chickens, each 46o
Tho Lanrco Groccrv Co.
tVUku fCflk IU.Jaa sMV .an. Mnn.i
HTH AND CUMING ST1EITS.
BUY GOOD MEAT
Not the Jutceless, tasteless kind, but the rich, strengthening, nutritious
meats which have mads our stores famous. There are a very few Anns ia
this city who have the choicest pickings of cattle in the meat houses and
we sr. one of the favored claas. Of course it's the heavy cattle we select.
They're beat cost more scarcer but we're building a reputation on our
meat-selling and we don't mind the extra expense. Our sole aim is to sell
the best meats. We insist on quality of the first order and nothing will
swerve us from our intention to be at the top of the heap.'
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x resu ireastu x ouug -1 rj ' c rollers n n
IUU each ilUC
Chickens pound . . .
. m. Cor. lath aa4 Capitol Ave.
W. Oor. lata aad Xaraey lu.
Our line of boys' shoes has stood the
test for years. Ask most anyone who
has boys how Prexel's boys' shoes
wear We are willing to abide by their
decision We don't ask you to take our
word for It. The hundreds of satisfied
customers we have will tell you that
they always get their money s worth
when they buy their boys' shoes at
LITTLE GENTS' SIZES. f. Rf
10 to 13..... I.OV
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 rarnim Street.
Tlirowed Away the Keys
Our Chicago Street Store is' now open all
the time NIGHT AND DAY-and we have
FREE MESSENGER SERVICE EVERT
MINUTE In the DAT or NIGHT. Call
'Phones Douglas 747 or Douglas 718 and a
messenger will call for your prescription
and bring It back to you In less time than
you could go to a drug store. REGIS
TERED PHARMACISTS ONLY fill pre
scriptions and we have the largest and
most complete prescription department In
Omaha. It is in a large, well ventilated
room by itself (not In the cellar) and the
men In charge do not wait on the cus
tomers in the store, THUS REMOVING
THE GREATEST CAUSE FOR ERRORS!
We PRICE PRESCRIPTIONS BEFORE
WE FILL THEM and we'll leave It to
any physician 1n the city as to accuracy
THREE BIG STORES.
Corner iota and Chicago, Omaha.
. . 84th and , loath Omaha.
Corner 5th and Kaln, Counoll Bluffs, la.
DIG C0HB SALE
Beginning today, we make a special
eat ea Hard Rubber Combs to reduce
ur unusually large stock.
Bee Oat Wtaeew.
EOWELL DRUG CO.,
im mm ins cajttoi avenge.
Mother Lee's New Book,
"Fifteen Years Experi
ence In Rescue Work.
Ail donations of Sl.oo or more to "The
Ttnley Rescue Home for Fallen Girls and
Women." t Bancroft St., Includes a copy
of this book. On sale at Megeath. Harden
Bros, stores, or at the above named home.
Mrs. Martha A. tee. Snpt.
There's a fine variety of Ch)ldren"s
Oxfords here. Boys' and girls' sizes lu
Oxfords, Bluchers, Gibson 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.
$1.25 to $2.50
According to Blxe.
The children's feet we fit with Ox
fords will be fitted comfortably.
SEE OUR CHILDREN'S WINDOW.
FRY SHOE CO.
16th and Dougas Sft
"ALL TTLIS) FOR ALL MEN"
tines fcy Mi j it ml el the
1521 Farnara SL
ED. &. THOMPSON, "The Walk-Over Mas."
Try th Waat A4
Oalamaa of Th
SPECIAL NO. 1
MEN'S SUITS-WortK ip to
$15.00, Single or
wJCXIU pi IwC I
Blue Serge Suits Included
SPECIAL NO. 2
MEN S OUTING SUITS-
Coat and Pants,
worth up to I25-0,
SPECIAL NO. 3
Men's Tan Shoes. Bluchers
and Oxfords. 1
1519 AND 1521 DOUGLAS STREET
If it is the Price,Buy Nov
We buy anothor entire stock of
Beautiful Pattern Hats at an
enormous sacrifice, and give you the
benefit of our extraordinary purchase,
1 lillinem Sale
I No Lady Should Miss It!
All axquialt Pattarn Hats, worth $27.60,
$25 and $20,
All axquialt Pattern Hats, worth $16.60,
$15 and $12.60,
AH our bsautlful Pattern Hats, worth $11.60, f" ft
$10 and $8.75, . S ff . Si II
Saturday W l lVU
Hundreds of Beautifully Trimmed Hsts,
worth $8, $7.60 and $7,
Prstty Dress, Street and Ready-to-wear
Hate, worth $4.60, $4
Get it from us EXERM 1508 Douglas St.
THI RELIABLE STSRB
Importance Of Quality
AM van nn. hundred new
QB IB 111 B 1 .Lat "
.M.1Bti1 wndanl effects
platinum ana nmsi"
m.u y.nKinatlnna of Pearls.
.... PurulnL AaUt Ml-
, tine. Top'as, Turquoise.
$25 to $200
i Drown 5rDorsheim
riZZZ South I63treet,0maha.
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DIPUT1 BTATB VXTEKINAR1AM.
H. L RAMACCIOni. D. V. Sa
Cffle. aa Xnanaarr. anh ao4 ataaws stv
Merita Your Consideration Whon
Fruits and Venetables
The) brst varieties are produced only
when cultivation la aystrmatirallr and
carefully conducted along linea which
experience has demonstrated to be
most favorable, therefore discriminat
ing buyers do not hesitate to do their
marketing here to secure value at mod
Cudahy's Res. Beef Extract. A M
2 os Jars CtC
Van Houten's Cocoa, in
lb. can f ftC
Shredded Biscuits, lfl
per pkg UQ
Knox's Oelantlne, - tCt
per kk UC
Bcourlng Soap, n
per bar qQ
ZKdT (beautiful decorated china cup in
White Klbbon Toilet Soap,
S bar. ,
Llpton's No. I Ta,
i lb. tin
PLUMP SPRING CHICKENS, jjg
zzpobtxstts or good utxwo.
2SUi and Farnam Sts.
Attractive Furnishing Bargains,
An immense stock offers at all times va
riety so great that you're sure to find what
you want here. The little prices coupled
to splendid quality, make these Saturday,
offerings of exceptional interest.
WARM WEATHER SHIRTS Th
kind you'll ordinarily pay from $1 to $3
for, imported mohairs, silk ginghams,
American silks, and many other fine ma
terials in newest patterns and colors, both,
plain and fancy. The entire surplus stock
of a shirt manufacturer, on sale Saturday,
in three lots at CA
$1.50, 08c and JUC
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS With soft or pleated bosores. plain white, black
and white and all new spring patterns, made from finest grade madras. '
$2 SHIRTS AT $1. HO. f 1.50 SHIRTS AT 08c 1 SHIRTS AT 75e
The assortment the greatest ever shown. i
Ladies' Hosiery and Gloves.
LADIES' JTTJj FASHIONED M8LD
HOSE in black or white, plain, lao.
effects, silk embroidered or checked
regular 50c values 25C
IDiE,"'H6'8&liTt" biack,"''tan!"' white,
and plnka, worth regularly up 1flc
to 25o In this sale at. Dalr 4UV
CHILDREN'S HOSB-ln black, tan. white,
pink or blue, fine or heavy riDDea
sold regularly up to 25 e lOc
nn anJe at. na.lr. 1214c and
MEN'S HOSE never before ha. assort
ments so great been shown, an styles
and colors, plain and fancy, worth up
to 60c at, pair I2ie
the. 1?, 15c and aUV
Headquarters for Long Cloves.
As a Saturday special, w. are showing
silk and lisle gloves In 12 and It button,
lengths, black or white. In ail sises
at, pair tl.KO and
LADIES' SILK AND USLK GLOVES
black, whit, and all colors, all have
doubl. finger tips splendid Ota
values, at tU 76c, too aud. .......... -'
Other Interesting Saturday Specials:
60c ladles' hand bags. ......... .2Bc
60c gold belts 25c
50c silver belts 25c
25c Buster Brown belts. 10c
15c embroidered white belte. .'. .7 He
50c all silk veilings, yd...... 12 He
85c taffeta ribbons, yd . ; 12 Ho
25c hose supporters ............ 10c
50c satin pad hose supporters... 25c
25c novels, each ......5c
Bent black Ink, bottle 7 He
Copyright books, each .......... 8c
91 shirt waist patterns ......,.40e
20c ruchlngs, per yard.. ....... .10.
25c ladles' neckwear , , , ,10o
75c white hand bags ...,.. 89o
50c laundry bags. ... 17 H
No. 2 satin and gros grain
ribbons, per yard. . ., .... lHs
10c rochlng, each ............. .6e
Pearl buttons, dozen ..........IHs
sale of hammonche .8U
Other dealers have quit pushing
Gasoline Stoves because they can't sell
against the New Improved Michigan.
We sell the 8.00 to 913-00 sizes at
S3.00 per month and the 916.00 to
920.00 sizes at 98.00 per month, or we
cut the prices for cash. '
' i a a r a
No housewife is so Ignorant as to
buy any other kind of a Gasoline
Stove after she has seen the Michigan.
Almost every day up-to-date people
from the small towns out In Nebraska,
where we have no agents, come to' our
store and order the Michigan. After
they have ordered It they say If our
dealers were up to date we would buy
at home. We get letters every day
written In the same tone. The Intelli
gent people of Omaha all buy the
W. are making a great big hit With
Rind's Cold Storage Whit. Enameled and
Qlaaa Trap Refrigerators.
If you know anything at all about a
Refrigerator, you can see the superiority
over any other. W. sell the 9100 to flLOS
sixes at 12.00 per month, the SU-00 to StLOt
sises at 13.00 per month, the 126.00 to 9UM
stsa at (100 per month.
The people who us. a large Cold Storage
say they only pay this nor'.nal prioe for
lc; they say they buy a 1,000-pound book
for 17.00, which brings the price to SSo
per 100 pounds. The Cold ' Storage Is the
best loe keeper mad. and doesn't malt It
Ilk. the cheap grade of Refrigerator, do.
Mrs. Bandlfor, 1121 Pacifies, says: I had no
Idea that there was so much difference In
the Ice-keeping qualities of refrigerators.
TEIE STOETZEL STOVE CO.
714 Gouth Sixteenth
SPECIAL WIRE SALE
will be continued another week
greatest opportunity ever of
fered to procure fine wines at a
bargain. Orders by mail filled
promptly. e ive Green Trading Stamps.
IIILLER LIQUOR COMPANY,
Telephone Donglas424I. 1309 FARNAM STREET.
"If it Cornea from IMUr' It Mutt Be Good."
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