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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, JTJXE 21, 1901
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I ' TIIIlUQn A YQ FYTfl A SPECIALS
FROM THE ORBAT STOCK OF
Si'J 1 1
j3Fhe Leader Deenlji
Dcs MOlncs, la.
j Everything at Hall Price or less Than Hall j
Ladies' Golf iWaHiing Skirts n
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FROn TUB DES nOINES STOCK C A J
WORTH UP TO $10, AT. . . . -sJV
A splendid aaaorttnent of ladles' skirt In I I
wnnu, vollee, mohairs, cheviot and alike, n
The colors include grays, plaids,
checks and .. mixtures
circular and pleated'
skirts, including the new
Sunray skirts, worth up
to $10.00, at
All the Ladies' Shirt Waists j
From tne Des Moines mock.
Dainty shr white shirt waist, made In
the leading styles for, wm
niPT elaborately trimmed.
All the waists from tne stocjt (snguiiy lm
I! perfect) that are worth up to C(fl
, 41.50 each, b-o at .' ... .UW
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H At .the fine white waists, worth
II - up to $2.00, go at
I j AJ1 the stunning white waists, Q52
i 5. . worth nn to $3.00. eo at OK
Bc Bargala la Beeeaaent
10e Ginghams at 4c
Geod quality ginghams In dif
ferent ilse check or stripes
fr apron r chil
dren's drsss worth
lOe a yard, at,'
All the mohair batistes In
' tight or aray Colorings the '
regular zoc quality,
on sale In the
per yard ..........
Dress Suit Cases ts!
These fine suit case's will be sold at less than one-third
1 1 their actual value made of best selected cowhide leather,
!! keratol- waterproof lined, with or without shirt folds tf
j .worth as high as $10.00, at '
I j The new
l a trich feathers; maline and flowers
,j have been sellfng
II regularly .at
stylish white and black
M $10 and at...-- . fi
BRUCKER WANTS TEST OF G1S
Taiak BoawUtinc Should Be Don to Check
''Uy ipemjanj'i Katen.
FROMISIS XEF0RMS WILL COME IN TIME
Ad'r4t rattUa Market Haate
aa raetleail 'irpeit, Sack
V. ' r a ) , Batha
- "I am in favor Of" a' 'aaa teat to dMer
Mlna'tta tpeclfle gravity and heat unlta per
oat." aaya Ceuncllma Brucker. "Noth
tin haa been done about It yet, ao far aa
1 know, but I think It wm be taken up
aoen. ."When the lKhtlna eommlttea watted
on the sua company tbla point waa men
tioned and we were told wo were mlatakea,
I know that I am not mlataken becaua my
aa bills fir hiaher and I have used no
more gar I hear many people aaylng the
"The people muat not expect too much of
the nw.-eomrU-aJl at ono. W ar new
In city, aftatra jd eajinot afford to travel
Vo fat., .O've. ia; time, bowarer. and the
rrfornV vromlaeA will he., demanded. In
. the oaae of the railway company we
kave aeeured a bttr ay at em of tranafe.ra.
whleh practically . amo-'inte to a ao-ealied
unlvernaT aj-atwni, ; I. believe the company
)i gone aboy'aa far aa anyone could aak
la this reanecu" -.
"Pld you.yeeeiva any Intimation from
either of the lighting oompanlea that It
."No, w'fed nv' The officers of the
eoippani, rathir taok a contrary attitude,
-put th7 promisee) to send In written stats.
1 meets deAnlng their poattlona Thea were
axpeoted last night, but did not arrive, ap
..j Akwat the Market Hawse.
""What does the new council propose to
4 wlUt the new market houaa, built ait aa
apaoaa f aaouV. 11T.0M and practically un
use4 '(or mopthdr , , . v ,
" daot kaew.( Peraoaally. I thick it la
aa goaw for a market houaa. I think it
1 aoaald be converted Into a public bath
hotesa or something that would be of us to
th pou. r else torn down and the ma
aerial Meed In' toe oonatructlan af a new
.' lira aagtne house or soma other building.
.' Mi something will be don soon."
i, Kr. Bracker is spending mors time at
',tk elty hall r than any other, of the aaw
. aouaual and apparently la giving more time
ta aawatatpal boaioeas than any of hla a,
aooiataa. Am he baa retired from active
buaioeaa duties, ha Is In, a position t do
Is what w call our Cushion Sol
Shoe, and those who have worn them
say 'There Is more real comfort to
the square Inch in a pair of these shoes
than any kind they ever wore."
It's the only real Cushion Sol Bhoa
on the market, Hand-Sewed which
makea It flexible and easy made on a
broad foot form laat. which allowa the
th foot to rest squarely on the eolee,
as It should and not on the uppers
aa moat ao called Cushion Soled Shoes
are made. ' s
We hav them for , both men and
Drexei Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam Street
.,,, . 1, .gy
from the con veil-
..il-T .At. in -liver, we hav.
secured for the June wedaing u
SZn, a number, of nove iea I
-r K.retofore made in sir.....-
'oUt Cupa, Casse-y
i Drown 5Boraheim
Send far CtlSN tf 1
Crofntt was prospecting In. the mountains
when he fell over a precipice 160 feet Into
a snow drift, where he was nearly frozen
to a eat 11 when be was recovered. -
ROAD MUST ACCEPT FREIGHT
Mlsaaart Paetaa Coaapalled ky Caart
TVka raaataar'a Brick
Judg Xnndy announced Wednesday he
would grant th reaueat of rharl tt i.-.
nlng for a mandamus to compel th Ml.
aoun j-aomo to accept three care "of brick
from th Burlington railroad and place
them on the team tracks at Fifteenth and
California streets. The decision is of con
siderable Importance to Omaha, bualnraa
men, aa It la a recognition o th nil that
on common carrier has no right to refuse
to aooept goods for transportation from
1 Mr. Fanning received tha brick ": from
Oaleaburg over th Burlington. In ordar to
shorten th haul to the alane h
use them ha asked the Burlington to deliver
mem to th Missouri raclflc to be pUced on
me team track to be- unloaded. Tha Bur
llngton aent the rara to the transfer tracks,
but the Missouri Paciflftv'refuaed to aarept
them asserting It could not be compelled
to place them on the team trka u.
ning then applied for the mandamus.
At tne hearing It caine out that tha order
not to accent the cars' was riven tn .i.n.
tlon because the Burlington had refused to
accept certain eara from the Mtaaourt Pa
BIG FIRE SAL
$15,000 STOCK OF WALL
PAPER, PAINT, MOULDING,
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' This entire stock ; was par
tially damaged by fire and will
be sold for less than 50c on the
dollar. The entire stock must
be sold at once.
WALL PAPER FROM 2o
A ROLL UP.
VCLD KAN MAS NARROW ESCAPE
, ,eai CsfatV FswasjaaHaeT l" Wet,
s' ; ralla Ovet FraalpUa aad .t .
When aur tw are dim tiinM. .
appetite poor, bowels constlpatd, Elotrto
'"' tromi mu curea su cants. rr sal
by Sherman A MoOonnell Drug Co.
1 am Tol lanrlnr Mptha mnA i... ...
been reported to the Board of Health dur
ing the twenty. four houra ending at noon
Birth- Kalph Cathlne. 1001 rv.nnur
aili:J&mAe Viav1n V w. n ,.i V
William Collet, tiij' Florence boulevard!
IJeatha Pat O'Connell ri.n.al hr..in.i
w, iiiim.ii a paiiia. su ssarcy. 4A.
laqmeet Over Krapa.
An Inquest waa held Wedneeday morning
l ' w.iniT.ri uiiK-e over tne oody t
Charlea J. Krupa. found dead -Monday
morning on the railroad tracks near Twen
tieth street. Accidental death waa tha ver
dict. Krupa lived at l Wslnut atreac
and waa reported aa havlug wandered away
from homo Vunday evening.
119 N. 12th St Tel. Doug: 3618.
KILLS BED BUGS,
KILLS ALL INSECTS,
HAS NO ODOR
Does Not Burn or Explode
Kills' the Egg. Too. Sae the Point?
"GREEN POISON" la easily applied
wltb brush or feather. A 2 6 -cent bot
tle of "GREEN POISON" from your
drugHet wlU kill a million bugs.
lifB made a most generous purchase
'of Blue Serges some montha ago.
We bought them right and we now
offer you a full Blue or Black Serge or
Cheviot Suit with extra Trousers of
same or striped material
DBV.T. P4t Oa.raVw Otwarasd
Orsaart r i t aa mt -Baaaististewv
' Oerg CTefutt, , aea TI aad well, know a
V around Omaha, as he formerly worked for
- tha Vntoa psamai'wat found a day or two
'"'a so ia . ao. paoonsrlouf condition, la the
WtataA. aoaftatiw ajA 4 aa as aitt lake
LCtty, what ha recovered. Ahhougb; past
jhar" ,tJ gjpi 0t Bstaw Mr gJU Ue aft.
vy. toy Jut-
4 M m.M.AM
WILXTAM JHBRKU9 80NO.
A Bw WBi AA CS
t ywa eae fatakiy
at gsaall aowt
4VWAHA. WBV4THKBI rt KC AWT Xarer, rt, Wararr
a a aW fc
f -v T A T TT TA IT
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CZUi ZlLtOTZ BIST TI-I
libbey Cut Glass Sale
(Greatest Sale o! Cut Glass Ever
Held in Omaha. Perfection
in Glass at the Price ot .
The Kingston A Bwinty Olive or Bon Bon Diahee
$4.60'Taluea for $2.08
Nine-Inch Fruit or Berry Bowl $15 value for.. ' S7.98
Handsomely. Cut Jugs 12 value for S6.88
New Brilliant Tnmblcw $18 dozen value for, dosen 12.O0
Hag an and Creams Pair, $5.98 and 7. f 4.1tt
Worth Seeing Even If You Are Not Disposed to Purchase.
Japanese Teapot the celebrated Sntnunia decoration, Wicher
handle a $1.60. value for c
THOUSANDS OP TRETTV PlECi:S OF JAPANESE CHINA
; ' . FOR WEDDING PRESENTS.
Fruit Jar, Jelly Tumblers, Jar' Rubber Largest Stock, Lowest Prices.
Still lots of odds and ends to close out from the BURNS' CROCK
ERY PURCHASE. Price about 10c on the dollar for what's left.
NEW SILK PETTICOATS
- ON SALE THURSDAY MORNING
ONE' HUNDRED HANDSOME TAFFETA 8ILK PETTICOATS Deep
. ' -ruffles-and pleats, half black and half the very newest colors
These Petticoats are well worth $5. 5ft "Z Q f
Sale Thursday : JJ D
LADIES' ELEGANT 8ILK SUMMER WRAPS AT HALF OFF Finest
Pongee Silk and 'Silk Cloth of Gold, with lace and gold braid
$12.50 Coats for Sfl.23. '
. $16.80 Coats for $8.23.
$25.00 Coats for S12.SO.
- $;iS.OO Coats for $17.50.
SILK SHIRT WAIST 8ENSATION All our stock marked from $5 to
$10 in black and colors, Including silk, satin and. " QO
crepe de chine Thursday at.-. ; . . . !tJO
ANOTHER $3.95 SALE OF LADIES' SUMMER DRESSES Flowered
Organdie, Shrunk Duck, Irish Dimity and Fancy ft C
" Lawns marked $4.95, $5.50, $6.50 all at ....J.JD
REDUCTION SALE LADIES' PARASOLS Fifty white, rlaln hem
stitched linen Parasols, ash wood bandies, warranted Oft
' washable worth $1.25 each Thursday Bpeolal, each OJC
REAL IRISH LINEN COVERED PARASOLS-Whlte. with hemstitched
tucked border, warranted washable were $2.50 , f AO
Thursday, each. -. . -'. . . . -1,JQ
WUta Bmbroldered Kaad Bags Warranted waslmble Hand Bags, with fancy
embroidered effects, two sizes, 89c snd 75c values ' 4HT
i' 1 all go Thnrday--each. .... i . ; ......0
and Girdles, white and drab, aatln taped, emhosaed tape Girdles,
' ; and Girdled, .white and drab, aatin taped; emboased Girdles t, aOfV,
in pink, blue snd white, worth to $1 Thursday, each.... ;.t'
TABU X.DTBBB FOB HOTBL ABO GATE LEBS TBAB OOBT TO ZMTOBT.
Tlfty rteoes aa and 70-lnca. Wide Oraam Table Ztasns In dots, dice and email
patterns;' this big, lot worth 9o yard- Rfir
for one day (Thursday), a yard JW
. Twenty-Tire" kMeoe Tin Bleached Mteroerlsed Damask 60-Inch 42ic
wide, good heavy quality for one day (Thursday only), a yard. i. v
tOWSX BAU 100 Soaen TTnbleaohed Tnrklsh Towels Rr
Worth each fpr Thursday, each , ww
40-lBch Whif Onrtaln'BwIsS Worth 12Hc ysrd file
, Tltursdayypp.a. yard . , v .,..,........ .v-' 3 v
TWO JSilEAT ASH jGOODiPXCUI-JUl Oui
Fine Narwood Suitings, White Swisses with colored
rings "and dots, Wool Finished Batistes and Henley;
Sergei- worth up to 25c yard
Thursday,' yard. ......................... . . WC
BIG, LOT PRETTY ORGANDIES In light and dark
'v grounds, with pretty small patterns fl'n
One Day Only (Thursday), yard. 03V
$1.00 Per Yard.
OBBAT BABOAZBB XV TIBB WOOZ, SBXSg OOODg.
46-INCH CHIFFON TAFFETAS All shades for 1
street snd evening wear; manes a very nresay
costume; sold at $1.50 yard
46-INCH SILK AND WOOL, CHIFFON TAMISB
, Invisible check and small dots; only a few shades
left: regular price, $1 60
44-INCH NEW GRAY CHECKED PANAMAS
Light, medium and dark shadings; regular $2.00
BI.ACat VBXSS OOODI B4-lnrh Black fllrlliana; fine rlofay finish; eft
regular price. 6c , yard Thursday only, a yard... UUC
BIO BEBVOTZOB BAUB OP BaIBBOZXZBEB WAIST f ATTIin 1 00
beautifully embroidered fine Batiste Waist Patterns (material enough
guaranteed to make any also waist) TO GO ON SALE THURSDAY AT
Regular 76c Value Pale price, each..- Sto
Regular $1. 00 Value Sale price, each SSo
Regular $1.35 Value Hale price, each VI. 10
Regular $1.75 Value Rale price, eai-h. B1.39
Z.OBO BrXaX MITT BFECIAZr Ladlea' all-silk Lace Mitts. 16-button 75,
length, black only; regular tl value Special, a pair. dam
IBOrOBTXD LACX8 CBBAF 1.600 yards, wide snd narrow, Cluny, Antique
and Paraguay Bands, Appliques and Trimming, in ecru and white, Black
Chantllly Lare Trimmings, worth to 60c yard 71-
- Special Thursday, a yard i!C
OBTEAT LOT MATOKBB EMBBOISSmiXB Wide and narrow flouncing and
Soklng embroideries with Insertlona to match, in fine and heavy .
alneook, worth to 30c yard Bale price, a yard, 16a, 1SH and IvJC
BiMUS BAXB ITBOKWBAB Bargain table full of fancy and plain Waah
toka. Lace Stocka and pretty Embroidered Turnovers, Mir
worth to 26c each Thursday, each ...IvIC
Statements to the effect that all Grocery and Meat
' Markets are closed Thursday DO NOT AP
PLY TO THE BENNETT COMPANY. BEN
NETT'S BIG GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET
OPEN THURSDAY AS , USUAL. 'PHONE
Ladies' Patent Colt Gibson
Ties plain toes and large
eyelets, $2.50 f vf O
valueat ... leO
Ladies' Gray Canvas Gibson
Ties With large eyelets
and white kid CIO
Men's and Boys' Canvas
Oxfords and Bal- (f
Men's Vici Kid and Russia
Calf Oxfords and Southern
Ties $3.00 value,
Ladies' and Misses' White
Canvas Gibson 1 C
Tlew, at I-Ww
Children's White Canvas
Ties and Tan Bare- $
foot Sandals 4)1
Bennett's Big Grocery
Corn, two-pound can, e
Tomatoes, two-pound can, Clr
Anderson's Tomato Soup, can, t?r
Peas, two-pound csn,
Baked Beans, can, A r
Oil Sardines, can, ; O
Salmon, half-pound can, . 10c
Bennett's Bargain Soap, OCm
) bars for OW
Uneeda Biscuits, four pack- En
ages for IOC
And tea green trading stamps.
Pride of Bennett's Flour, . fl Ifl
per sack I.UU
And forty green trading stamps.
Pur Ground Black Pepper, 2ric
half-pound can ,.' -w
And twenty green trading at amps.
Baked Beans, three large OCp
cans for .Ofc.
And ten green trading stamps.
Japan Rice, two pounds iAn
And ten green trading stamps.
Jsll-O. assorted, three 2C
paekagvs for -
And tan green trading ataraps.
Salmon, fancy, pound l21c
can for saeiw
And ten green trading stamps.
Bennett's Capitol Lemon Ex- ' Qn
tract, botil uw
And twenty green, trading stampa
New York M11 Cream Cheese. 20c
And twenty green trading stamp.
THE REUIABLI STRK
WATCH THIS SPACE
OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT x ,
POPULAR PRICES ! POPULAR PRICE3 (
1508 DOUGLAS ST
Enormous Cut Price
Millinery Sale Thursday
ABSOLUTELY EVERY HAT IN
THE HOUSE CUT IN PRICE
Exquisite Hats at $3.50, $5.00 and $6.75.
It Pays to Investigate. Get Prices.
A DIAMOND AND PEARL O
Brooche would be the proper gift for the- Bride and for ,
her table a few pieces of Sterling silver or uui uiass
would bo the proper thing. We have a very nlc stock
this season. Spend a few minutes In our stor. LOOK j
FOR THE NAME.
S. W. LINDSAY, JEWELER.
1516 Dougla St.
The Rock Island will sell round-trip tickets to Lob
Angeles or San Francisco
June 25 to July 7, inclusive,
at. rate of regular one-way fare plus $2.00. Only $52.00
from Omaha, via Portland in one direction forJsUght
Choice of routes and liberal stop-overs.
Final return limit September 15, 1906.
Send for the beautifully illustrated booklet,
"California Summer Tours."
P. P. RUTHERFORD, D. P. A.,
1323 Farnam St, Omaha, Neb
II AND RETURN V ; )
TleVieU on sale Jttae . '
II, St. 1101. with flnafretnnt
f t limit 10 days from date of sale, I
7 Also-low round trip rate dally to Sept llth. , .
I I The Short Line to the III
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ALLEI1S FOOT-EASE qJS,,!
A Certain Cure far TtreJ, Hot, Aching Feet. WU.fcTOU-AXa A"'J?
DO NOT AOCKPT A SUBSTITUTE.
oa arerj box.
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monoy If yoii
will ueo . r- . , -
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