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OMAHA WKATHF.lt FOR.KCAST Friday Fair.
THE OMAHA DAILY REE: FRIDAY. .TtrXT.
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THE RELIABLE ST9RB
GRAND REMNANT SALE
ALL THE ODD LOTS AND REMNANTS
From the TJCS Moines StOCli
WASH LACES, oajggjajgm. 2c Yard
The choieest lots from tlie Dps Moinos Stork
are flat vals. torehons, imitation elunys, etc.
hundmls of the daintiest and most elab
orate new styles, in wliite, cream and ecru,
nil widths worth up to liie yard at, a
ALLOVER LACES AT 19c EACH
All the remnants of a Hover laces from the
Des Moines stock net allovers, English
allovers a great many different styles, up
to a yard in length at, each
It la aafa for the draeay man the
particular man to waar banoh made
Ontmoda. Ttaay are parfect la atyl
ud hig-hast la quality.
Prices, $4 to $6
$3.bo Onlmoda ara aafa for tha aoo
Domical man. They ara tha beat $3.50
'5 DRESS GOODS iiZX
Because of extraordinary business of this week and large
stocks of dress goods, all remnants of fine I
goods must go at once, and 'J.)c will sell them J?
tomorrow mamKr w
ALL OUR 35c FRENCH ORGANDIES
' Kemmyits from the Hes Moines stock U
W g-uarantee a perfect fit by mall.
Writn for style book B. I.
All the dainty silk fancy
goods and "0c pilk Jac
wash I Importers' namplc lenRths the finest
f f I silk vol lr. black drew (roods, I f
I TP I cloths. I'nnamns, etc., sellinK IJC
'v I up to 12.50 regularly, at, each. .
SILK REMNANTS T'mtllU
All the short ends (2 to 15 yards) taffetas, Louisenes, peati de cygne.
foulards. Iiarred silks, chocked and striped bilks suitable for odd
.waists, petticoats, shirt waist suits; specially arranged for easy selec
tion on bargain squares, main floor, worth J Jc A.fLt QQc
from BOc to $1.25 yard; at, yard aJ "OJ 'TO "D J
Another lot of silk samples from the Custom House. Silks of all
description -all go according to size f f JC tQ
Main floor, ar. each UC'jC'JJC
Silk Kolienne, 27 inches wide. In a fair range of colors, regular
price 50c yard; Main floor bilk, department, at, yard
The measure of value is not what you
pay, but wnat you nic guiim
tlty and quality.
Aro letter Minn other. because they have
I! ... . ,. ... . C , ...Iti. an A nnalltV
III Iimni HUllll'll'Ill Ul M"1,ll-J
of those materials necessary to make mem
Phone ua the location of your house and
we will show you a "High Standard" Job
in the neighborhood. It la the best painted
house in your part of town.
MYERS-DILLOH DRUG CO.
Hlij Harney. Phone Douglas 3425.
REMNANTS IN BASEMENT
FROM THE DES MOINES STOCK
Another fresli lot of fine mercerized table damask
mill remnants of ' to 5-yard lengths, and
positively worth up to 75c a yard; at,
All the J5c fine dimites
and extra sheer lawns
on sale in
at, yard . . .
All the caiii-oes and lawns i All the yard wide sllko-
111 remnttm. mm mtve.
accumulated front our
of the past
Remnants of long cloth, India linon and sheer lawns,
all 4 0 Inches wide In two lots, at, yard
line, Des Moines price
was 12 He yd.
on snle in
basement, yd .
5c tni 71c
pie Pieces Table
Damask for Nap-
kio. tray cloths, I
etc.. at. puh
ItemnantB of 6e
go at, per
Shoe Sale t
tha Des Moinea stock
at less than half price.
Babies' Barefoot Sandals, ill colors ... 25c
Misses' and Boys' Barefoot Sandals, 59c-49c
Women's Whits Canras Oxfords, pair . . . 98c
Bois' md Youth's White Can- or Misses' jnd Children's White
vas Tennis Shoes, it ... .
Turned Vlci Kid
Ladies' all patent
or patent tip
Laca 1 00
Shoes, pair lefcU
Canvas Oxfords, it, pair. . .
Mtn'a Low Ox
Will You Try
The best S cent
cigar you ever
I the proper
I klui.l nf filler
binder and Su
per. Ijooks and
smokes like a
An All Tobacco 5c Cigar.
' WM. BINDERUP
1822 24 St. fl try' Ave., Omaha, Neb.
TIME TO BATHE
I I These hot Bummer days you
will And Sea 8alt and Panltol Bath
Powder very refreshing and
i0--pound Sack Sea Salt, 20c
our price asVW
Banltol Bath Powder, 15 C
25c Bath' Mitts, ific
per pair "
TBc Rubber Sponges. f)Oc
7&c Rubber Traveling Bags, 40C
! 75c Bath Brushes, FiOc
6c Bcisaors, 24 C
n.i") Sanitary Bath Brushes, 7S
c Bath Sweet,
DR. PRIES BACK IN OMAHA
"Specialist" Indicted by Federal Grand
Jnry Captured and Returned.
RELEASED ON BOND OF THOUSAND DOLLARS
('haraa, l He I ird I nited sialra
Mulls for I urrmil I'nrpii.ri
,t III.- I'irat Knoll
Dr. rt u.1 lt!i Tries tirrivatl In Omaha
WeUtu s.lay nlK'it fro;n I Angeles In tlie
custody of Deputy ' I'niied States Marshal
William I. Traegor ard Special (iuard R.
ti. Oshoiit.of the Callturnia city. Dr. Prhs
was placed in the Duuglas county Jail lo
awali his hearing on the Indictment re
turne.1 by tlie fi-deral grand jury of No
I vemla.r, lSuft. of UMi'g the I nited Slates
maila for corrupt purposes.
Dr. Pries had been a fugitive from Jus
tice 1ih hia Indictment, and It waa atatt-il
at t tin t time ha had fled to Kurop. In
stad cf going acroaa the water Dr. Pries
disappeared for u few nioi.ti.s and finally
turned up In I.oa Angrtes. where lie rented
and sumptuously, furnished a flat In an
anatorrsttc part of the city and at once
engaged In the practice of hie profession
as "apeclal physician."
Mrs. Pries Joined him there, and tha fii ni
waa doing a thriving busines when their
Identity as disc lowd and stepa were taken
for Dr. I'riea' apprehenalm He mada no
particular nffort to keep In com ealmant, but
waa deepljr chagrined at his arrest a few
weak ago. After his arrest he suoceatied
la gtring Marshal Traegor the slip and
want to Hmaadeua, with the evident Inten
tion of leaving the country. By little
mlam wfl detective, work Dr. Prlea waa ba
gull4 back to Ixa Angeles, wss re-ar-r
tad Uat Monday morning at his home
there and was immediately brought to
Oi ha by the officers, under commitment
froxa tha t'nited Statue district Judge at
Jjoe Angis Mrs Pries accompanied her
betand to Otiiaua.
Xto, Jrl waa released from c"m
Thursday afternoon on . $1,(100 bond, the
bond being furnished by a surety com
pany, which is in return secured hy prop
erty owned by Dr. Pries In this city.
Th!e is the third case of the kind found
against Dr. Pries, one indictment being
returned against him in Omaha several
yeirs ago. for which he paid a heavy fine,
and another returned sgainst him by the
federal courts of the district of Colorado
s fesr years ago and for which he was
convicted and hetivlly lined.
Dr. Pries formerly maintained an office
in the Arlington block on Dodge street,
where he conducted his "specialist" practice.
CORPORATIONS COME MONDAY
Uta, Taxpayers Are Asked to Eater
Protests to Board of
BEAT013 DRUG CO.
13TH AMI FARNAM.
Home of Omaha's Famous Fountain.
The County Board of legalisation will
hear protests from the large public service
corporations Monday morning at 10 o'clock.
The corporation officials were cited to ap
pear before the Kiard at that time to take
up the matter of their assessments. As
there baa been a substantial increase In
the valuations of these companies they are
expected to enter objections to tha figures
of the assessor standing. The companies
clte1 to appear Include the at reel railway
company, the electric light cotnpany. the
gas company and the Nebraska Telephone
Kverybody who haa tried Bucklen'a Ar
nica Salve for cuts, burns and wounds, says
It's a wonder, at cents. Guaranteed. For
sale by Sherman ft McConnell Drug Co.
Rtrinlns from Grand lalaad.
The t'nion Pacific 'railroad has announced
an excursion for next Sunday from Urand
Island and Intermediate points to Omaha
the round trip being J from (irand Island'
It is believed over l.uuu a III oome from
(irand Island, and large delegations from
Fremont snd other places. The excursion
will le run In seetioiis and will he due
about noon or earlier. Special programs
fr the visitors have been arranged at
Krua Paik uul vlher jl:es w( amuee-"ul.
The Osborne Company
of New York
wants a traveling representative to rare
for a territory where ita business is al
ready established and to increase it. The
business Is the sale of art calendars for
advertising purposes and the ordinary
type. of traveling BH.lee.man is not
wanted. The demand Is for a high-clasa
man of education and character who Is
willing to work hard to make himself a
permanent position. Such a man will find
this an attractive business that will pay
much better than the average professional
career. A very young man is not wanted.
Kxperlence would be an advantage but it
is nut absolutely essential. Call on
C. H. MILLER.
PAXTOX HOT EI.,
Friday, June 10 to J 2.
CHARLES A. POTTER
Brief Work and Special Report
lng on abort notice.
Tel. 1616. 101 Bee Building
Try the Want 1
. . Cvlouut vt The Bee.
GREEN TRADING STAMPS EVERT TIME
Dry Goods Section
ONE FULL RACK LADIES ' SILK WRAPS.
About Thirty Ladies' Summer Shirt Waist Suits Some
Only Slightly Wet, Others Badly Soiled.
THE SILK ETON'S will be sold up from S1.9S
THE SILK COATS will be sold up from $4.95
THE SUMMER DRESSES up from 98o
LADIES' SUITS ANDSKIRTS-A Two-Hour Sale Friday.
AVE HAVE FORTY SUITS AND ABOUT FIFTY"
SKIRTS IN ODDS AND ENDS OF THIS AND LAST
YEAR'S STYLES with trains and some without.
SUITS WERE FROM $f?.50 TO $15-SKIRTS FROM $4.:0
TO $12.r)0-FRII)AY FROM 10 TO 12 M. J QO
ALL AY ILL BE SOLI) AT, EACH ..... I.JO
LADIES' SUMMER VEST SPECIAL-50 dozen Ladies'
Summer Gauze Vests low neck, no sleeves
regular 10c value to go on sale Friday, each . . 2
SALE LADIES' HOSE Ladies' Cottou Maco Hose-made
by largest southern manufacturer warranted fast dye,
double sole, worth 12'C pair
Friday, a pair, 10c; three pairs for eJC
CORSETS AND GIRDLES, 25c-Misses' and Ladies'
White Batiste Corsets and Corset Girdles; also pink,
blue and white batiste taped Girdles worth .
48c each Sale price, Friday, each
ODD LOT OF BELTS, lOc-This lot includes an odd lot
Wash Belts, plain and embroidered, worth 25c each,
slightly mussed Sale price, Friday, lf
Remnants of Colored Dress Goods
Short Lengths (1 to ivt yards) of Panamas, Batistes. Serges, Checks
and Plaids, Waterproof Suitings, Scotch Mixtures, Mohairs,
Sicilians and Henriettas, worth up to $1.25 yard
Friday only, yard
A Clearing of Wash Goods
ALL THE SHORT LENGTHS OF SILK M I LLS. SILK ORGANDIES,
IMPORTED SWISSES AND IRISH DIMITIES that sold up to
85c while they last, Friday (from 2 14 to 12 yards), r
a yard, at dJC
SHORT LENGTHS OF FINE BATISTES AND ORGANDIES, MULLS
AND SUITINGS worth to 3uc 1
Friday only, a yard 1&2C
SHORT LENGTHS OF LAWNS. PERU ALES "AND PRINTS
worth to 12 c yard Friday only, a yard
1,000 yards 7-4 Unbleached Sheeting In lengths from 2 to 10
yards worth 21c Friday only, a yard
100 Dozen Bleached Napkins of Manufacturers' Ends six In a pack
age all perfect and worth $2 a dozen ff"
size 20x20 while they last, Friday, six for I DC
EMBROIDERY SALE FRIDAY, 5C Fifty pieces fancy embroidery
appliques and small medallions embroidery edge 2 to 6 Inches
wide and embroidery Insertions this lot worth to f
15c yard sale price, Friday, a yard JIC
ALL-OVER LACES FOR HOT SUMMER WAISTS About 40 pieces
fine Oriental Net All-Over Laces In cream and white, 18 inches
wide, worth 75c to $1 a yard Sale price, M Q
Friday, a yard rOC
TORCHON LACES, 5C 2,000 yards fine Imitation Torchon Laces with
insertions to match extra wide and medium widths c
worth to 15c. yard Friday, a yard OC
NECKWEAR VERY CHEAP 100 dozen Fancy Embroidered Turnover
Collars, plain white and colors, worth 10c and f
15c each on sale, Friday, each DC
35C VEILINGS, 15C Big lot Fancy and Plain Mesh Veilings, with or
without dot lots of blacks and colors 25c and 35c f f
quality special Friday only, a yard lt)C
EMBROIDERY SPEUIAL. 9 TO 10 A. M. Odd' lot Fancy Embroidery
Edges and Insertions and Fancy Imported Laces lepgths 2 to 6
yards worth to 25c yard one hour only,
a yard -C
LIBBEY CUT GLASS SALE
Perfection in Glass Making for the Price of Common Goods.
Pretty Star Cut Water Set in Pressed Glass Six
tumblers and jug; Friday, a set
Japanese China Cups and Sau
cers In dark blue decora
tions, very thin goods; JC
Fridav, 2 for DC
$1.25 Tomato Mayonnaise (like
cut), a novelty a few more
left; just like the real 1 C
Pressed Glass Flower Basket Very pretty pressed
VASES! VASES! . VASES! VASES!
Very Pretty Shapes and Colors, Also Plain; Friday, r
choice, each J
FRUIT JARS, JELLY TUMBLERS, JAR RINGS,
EXTRA CAPS-WE'RE HEADQUARTERS.
LARGE SUPPLY AT RIGHT PRICES.
LAMPS, ELECTROLIERS, ART VASES, BRIC-A-BRAC,
CUT GLASS, DINNERWARE, ETC., ETC.
Large Assortment. Prices Always the Lowest.
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
Small profit a and qui k fleH menu money isaei and
Gulilt'ii Santos Coffee, pound 26 o
nK And twenty jrrerii Hading mampM
HMPKei f iren japan i ci, pound JtfQ
And thirty urt-n trading at.mp.
Fure ground Blur-k jvpper. i an l3o
And tian ;rwn trading HtampH.
Frld of Bautt Flour, sack 91.30
And tuny rt n irtu Miamp.
IidkfU HfiiiiP, ttii'f-t lar: raiin 95c
And tn nr n trading MampH.
Bonnet t' Bargain Soup, t-n larn . . . .30
iiftitiftt'N i'apiiol liuk. I'd., in. tan. 240
And 1en nr'rit trading utainp.
f jV" J Anil t-n crci'ii trading stamps.
Pnr li,ni.i Ur lQl.n
AikI ten srpfn tradina stamps.
Bennetts Capitol Lemon Kitrurt. bciiur 18c
Anil twenty areu tiadiiig stamps.
Full (,'rfHin New York 'i-env, ,sr puiinii SOc
And twenty grM l trading stamps.
Kippered llerrlna. I"- i'i 80o
Ami tin gree . trading stamps.
Diamond "S" Fruits, ran 8&a
And thirty Kre-n irading stamps. .
Jll-O. assorted, three p.i kag.-s for .tbo
And tail greo.i trading stamps.
Corn March. II.. pkg...4o ("alif. Hipe (tlivea. bot.lOc
Fvaporaied Crsam, ran lo lmrkwi Salad, bottle. lOe
Hreakfsst rocun, inn . . e Anderson's Tomato
CttfTee, Roasted. lb....l5C' Soup, per can fto
Hrhepp's (Vti-oauut. pkg 4o Corn.. J-lb. can 6o
Shrimps, t an 10 ; Ivas. :'-lh. can So
i.elatlue. packaga 5C ('affile Tn'lrt Soap.
1'alace Car Jains. j p.'r caka tHe
pound tin 15a
WATCH THIS SPACE
V WlSbAJ &V920
AT LESS THAN COST
I Imvr rhfidod to close out my Hlwk of Millinery twxls and m-11
tlirm at Ipsn than rout, which ntt-mis a 4) to HO rr rent discount. I havo
dome of the prettiest conceita of tlie Konson, in lHth llress and Shirt Waist
Hats or I will imikr you a hot after your own Ideas. Hats that originally
sold for an hljjh as $11 will he sold for $.1.
rillOKS HAXfiK I'HOM 50 CKXTS TO Kt..K).
Ih not think of letllnjt this opportunity slip by you.
620. South Sixteenth Street.
A LITTLE OUT OF Til 13 WAY. BL'T IT IS WORTH VOI R TIME.
Before You Go
On yotir vacation let. us put your watch In order. Ynull
need It while you are nwny. Iave it now. so It will h JP
all ready for you when you are ready to gu. f !
We employ only the beta workmen. IXHtK FOH TUB f
NAME. J 1
S. W. LINDSAY, JEWELER. V
1516 Pouglae St.
jj $15.00 U
July 10th to 16th Inoluely
Llmtt, August 80, 110ft, V
Every Day to September 30 V
. Limit, October 31, T0. V 1
U UNION PACIFIC ))
V The popular route to Colorado.
V Inquire at J ' J
CTTT TICKET OF KICK. 1834 Fartumi Street,
S,. 'Pboaie Doela8S4.
LOW RATES EAST
One Fare plus $2.00 for round trip with 15 day return
One Fare plus $4.00 for round trip with thirty day
return limit, to many eastern summer resorts in New Eng
land and Canada, via the
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY
SOME OF THE RATES:
15 Day I.hnlt Pay Limit
Quebec, Can $32.75 $34.75
Halifax, X. S $46.75 $48.75
Piotou, X. S $46.50 $48.50
Toronto, Qnt $27.15 $29.15
Thous. Island Jet $32.75 $34.75
St. Johns, X. B $42.25 $44.25
Portland, Maine $35.25 - $37.25
Bar Harbor, Maine $40.25 $42.25
Montpeiler, Vt $33.75 $35.75
For full information as to dates of sale, routes, etc.,
write to or call on,
F. A. NASH, Cen'l Western Agent,
1524 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
Lindeqwood College for Women ST. c?hls' mo I83M906
. . i j .... 1 1 . ',.11.. - . v. - Wna 4iMilimli. In I Ilii r v a nft fnllflM PniiriM
Mi;,,,.. Klocntton. Art and Domestic K.-nnomy. I'hyslcal and btraleKio Ixx-Jition.
Accesalhillty to a great city. Select patronage, i.imitea number or boarders. Kv.r
room taken during last school year H-utimi location. Elsctrlo cars to t. toula,
Cataloaue on application. Har.'Oaoga Trsdarlo Ayrsa. la. , Pin.
will be open to aummer boardern
Julv 7th. Kates for adults. 5.ao
to IS per week. For particulars
address BKI.I.KVl'K t'OM.Kt.h,
liellevue, Xeh. I
QQQSB BBSBB 3BSB5EBBE
'FOLLOW THI PLAO.'
UI1S0 C0LLECE I OR WOMEN
I la tha beautiful Cumberland Valley. Course
I loading to d'Kie-s of A., ti. and Mus. 11 1
I laaSlCS, AIUM1C, iin.f. t.'riiriu ii;-
j uliy. ( amius So acres; 14 buildings; rant
I moderate. M II. KKA8ER. Ph D , Pres't,
I 13 Collega Ave.. CHAMbtKBHL'RG. PA.
Wlien You Write to
remembar u Lakes only so extra atrok
or to of tba ia lo say oj saw iba ad
lu U La He
WABASH CITT OFFICE,
1001 Farnam fit.
HAKHY K. MXRE8, O. A. P. D.,
Omaha, ... tMmtAm
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