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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27.
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GREAT SPECIAL ftD
DES MOINES STOCK
Of! PAGE 4.
Bl SIKIOE. SALS
All the Shoes from the Des Moines Stock
Winu's
51.50
Whlti
CSflYlt
Cxfardi,
Pilr,
74c
8ojt' lud
Minis'
' Wiiti
Tennis
Shoes,
Pair.
27c
Ladies' $2.60 White Court Ties These very stylish
..white shoes are hand turned, made of fine sea
island linen, very special
1
45
Ladies' IJ.tO hmicl turned viol
- and patent oolt oxfords,
at...
Misses' ud children's vlH aod
nun tnetal shoes. ms1e of
"olid leather, at
Babies' 5fle. harefont sandal
In all color, at. a
' pair :
1
98c
15c
Ladles' I2.R0 quality high
shoe, patent tip vlel and
patent colt, at, pair
Boys', misses' and ehlldren'o
II 00 barefoot sandals, at, ' '
pair .
Men's tan shoes, low or high
rut, the odds and enda go
at, pair
29
39c
98c
JEWELRY
Special From th
Dei Moines Stock
Enameled Fancy Cuff
Buttons, at, per
p&lr . i ........... .
Fancy Beaded Belts
worth up to fl.00,
it, each
Steel and Fancy Belt
Buckles, sold up to
$1.00. at ......
Gold Plated Vanity
Cases,' that sold up
to 1. S5, at
5c
25c
25c
25c
Fancy Shirt Waist Jew
airy, that sold up to
$1.00, at
Cabinet size (old plated -photo
frames, that sold
up to 76c, at ........
Fancy Wash Belts, that
sold up to 25c
at
Fancy Beads that sold
up to twenty-five
cents, at .
25c
10c
5c
5c
Ladies' Low
Button.
This Is one of the new and correct
styles that have become popular this
reason, and with Its patent colt, vamps
and heel foxing, dull kid tops, welt
soles and military heels. It makes a
very stylish and handsome looking low
shoe. We also have them In the, (run
metal calf. They arc new and "dif
ferent"" and give the foot a very
dressp appearance. The prtoe It
$3.50 and $4.00
FRY SHOE CO.
THE SHOER8. .
Wh and Doughs Sts.
BOYS' CLOTHING SPECIALS
From the Des
Moloe stock.
I'tlVi IA I Boys' 36o f I Men's 2 f f I Boys" W double f PA
lUC WlU,U IDC ffLnU breasted sulta
ts at. I at " I at r " I ages 8 to , at....
Boys'
knee
pan
Boys' CM
' long pants
st
75c
Boys' $2.50 Rus
lnn suits,
ages I to 7, at
1.19
Boys' I7.B0 long ,
pants suits, 17
to 20 years
2.98
BR A N D E I S
CUUEII UTEUTIRE.
"John Wlthempoon," by David Al'alker
Woods, Jr.. M. A. Is the first comprehen
sive account of the life of man so prom
inently indentifled with the early history
of our country as was John Wlthempoon.
Of . all .the Soota who figured In revolu
tionary times, he was the most consplou
ous. Ills life Is treated In four period",
showing the part played by Witherspoon
In the struggle far popular rights In' the
Church of Scotland; the administration of
Princeton college, as Its president; the or
ganization of the American Presbyterian
church; as the signer of the Declaration of
Independence, and an active man In the
conduct of the Revolution. The author la
a great-grandson of his subject and has
done his' work with great care and with
. exceptional opportunity for consulting rare
public documents. Published by the Flem
ing HV Kvell company.
' In the July number of The Smart Bet a
host of entertaining stories will be found.
The novelette. In particular, will prove
Interesting reading. It Is called "'The Pur
pis Border," and is written by Beatrix
Pemareit Lloyd, a young writer of rare
premise. The, story opens in Ireland, where
Michael Deravaragh, the eccentric young
hero. IS preparing to leave for America,
after relinquishing- his claims to the title of
n earl, ' I'pon Ms arrival in Newport,
where he visits an old boyhood friend, the
real 'story begins, and a story more full
of charm and fine sentiment has seldom
appeared In any magasine. It will win
many admiring readers.
- In the.' July Delineator Is begun a new
novel by C. N. and A. il. Williamson,
authors of "The Lightning Conductor."
"The Chaff eur and the Chaperon," which
y the title of the new story, promises to
be tl)e brightest, cleverest piece of fiction
that the two famous authors of motor
stories, have yet' written. Of the several
groups of, collaborators who have won suc
oeea In large meesure none is more Interest
ing than the two Williamsons. Before their
marriage Mr. Williamson was an editor of
' renown. Mrs. Williamson employed her
i time In devising countless romances for the
; totter class of English papers. It is said
' tVet she oould torn out a story of any
, length. fbutlfc. around, any given plot. In m
; stated number of hours. Their methods of
work are Interesting. Between them. It Is
I understood, they devise the plots of their
eterle. while Mrs. Williamson atipplies the
J dialogue, which ts their brightest feature,
Jd Mr. Williamson the facts and data.
It is one of their literary traits to write
their experiences fhto their books, and their
a'.ory, which begin In the July Delineator
Is the direct result of a tour of Holland
that the authors recently mads In a motor
boat.. - -.
The third article in the series on "The
Hallways of the Future" In Bcrlbner de-
acribee tlx" great ., Canadian project of a
new transcontinental road, backed by the
government for tSO.0OO.Ou0. This road, ofll
elally kQWK as the Orand Trunk Pacific
will open up the great northwest, where
there are boundless wheat lands. In the
July Scribner this daring and romantic
1 project will be described by Hugh D. Lums
' dan, chief engineer of the government sec
tion, . and Cy Warman. the well know;
writer of mtlroad stories. The bearing of
. this arojeet on the development of our own
, northwest is very. Important. Already
' Mtmaends of emigrants have left Montana
was other states for this region.
VBy wit or woman." by Arthur W
Marrhnsesit, adda one more title to his long
Met of paeular romance. Ths story relates
the remarkable adventure of a beauiliil
; heroine, Chriatabel von Dreechler, who,
. saving spent her girlhood In America, re
: turua to Budapest to vindicate the name of
bar father, unjustly accused of murder In
notion with a plot te restore the asteient
j3wLnfrj Brothers
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Covers best.'spresds best, lasts long
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nomical. Give us the location of your house
and we will show you some of your
neighhors houses thst are pit In ted with
"High Standard" paint. The houses
are our best advertisement.
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Paint ' Department
1416 Harney Phone Dong. 8425
Hungarian monarchy. Mr. ' Merehmont Is
never more at home' than when dealing
with modern Kuropean political Intrigue, as
in this new and exciting story. Published
by the Frederick A. Stokes company.
"The Basses Fresh Water and Marine,"
by William C. Harris, Dr. Tarleton H
Bean and others, is edited by Louis Rhead,
also editor of The Speckled Brook Trout'
which was pronounced by authorities the
most beautiful angling book heretofore is
sued and which received for Its drawings
snd manufacture - a gold medal ' at St.
Louis.
With the experience gained, Mr. Rhead
now follows this success with a still
more admirable volume. From an artistic
stsndpolnt, from cover to back the book
Is notable, containing as It does about flft y
original pictures, several being in-oelors,
and having a remarkabls cover represent
Ing the skin of a striped baas, painted
from a 'living specimen and reproduced
In the natural Iridescent hues. There are
also aeveral photo-engravings of the fish
In repose, as -well - as reproductions of
drawings showing the modes of capture
and the fish in action.
The contribution on salt-water basses
Is written by Tarleton H. Bean, a -world-
famous scientific writer, the founder of
the New Tork aquarium, for many years a
fish eulturist. United States commissioner
at many world's fairs and as author cf
many books. Dr. Bean, in thla volunK
gives really the first adequate treatise
ever written on the striped bass, Its habits,
habitat and modes of capture. Little h
previously been written on this coming.
rightly-named, game fish and Dr. Bean
writes fully end with authority on this
and the other marine basses.
The late William C. Harris was without
peer aa a practical angler and. after
fifty years of continuous writing, he took
up for this volume, as his lsst work, the
fresh-water basses. As part of his con
tribution he wrote In a narrative way cf
three brother anglers, fishing for the blsVS
bass; each describing minutely a different
method or mode of capture. There Is
not a line of unnecessary matter,' net a
word written but of value to the expert,
the novice, the scientist, .the naturalist
and every lover ef out-of-door life. Pub
!!:hed by the Frederick A. Stokes company.
'Salnts In Society." by Marsraret Balllia
Saundera, la the story of the effect upon
a young printer snd unnn bla wife
sudden secession to wealth, title and so
cial success. In their changed circum
stances each meets a ."kindred soul." and
the perilous relations of the four charac
ter, thus brought together lead te a
troublesome situation and result In an ab
sorbing entanglement of tsot. Strom hu
rt's n Interest, vivid characterisation, and
careful consideration of social problems
that clamor for nreaertt attention u
blended In this tale. Published by O. P.
Putnam's Sons.
"Robinson Crusoe for OMldren." rewritten
by James Baldwin, is Intended for children
In the second year of school. Defoe's fa
mous story Is here retold In words easy for
every child, and rn the ' charming stvle
which marks sll of Dr. BaMwin-a win-
The narrative has been abridged, and. while
the ideas, the main points of the tale, and
the simple manner of the original have
been carefully preserved, the harsher parts
and the tiresome reflections have been
omitted. Published by the Ameriean Book
company. ;
Mrs, Frances Hodgson Burnett, perhaps
ths beet known writer of the day of stories
for children, has written a series of fairy
tales, which will begin in the October St.
Nicholas and continue thveejgh several num
bers. The stories are baaed on aualat and
humorous conceit, carried eur. It la said. In
Mrs. Burnett's hsppieet vein, and are te
have a number ef lllustratlona in color by
Trunks, Suit Cases
and Traveling Bags
Large. Stock si
Low Prices
Oar $5.00 Suit
. . VkCsse
in all cowhide
leather and the
best made for
the money.
ALFRED CORNISH & CO.
Ti efbsma
IAIKESS tfOU
H till h
Street
They Arc Hero
The HerpkMde ladles, with the long snd
beautiful hair, have arrived In Omaha, and
for the next few days will be at our store.
NEWBRO S HERPICIDB Is certainly the
"edition de Luxe" of hair preparation.
It is a clean and exquisite smelling Hair
Tonic snd Dandruff Killer, compounded
from the recipe of a most competent chem
ist. It is so unlike many other srtlcles
for the hair on the market that It deserves
HONORABLE MBNTION.
See the ladies snd talk with them.
riOO Newbro's Herplctde for .'.98c
25c Herplctde Soap for Stp.
toe Soclete Hvgienlque Soap for tec
25c Mistletoe Cream for 10c
25c Lyon'e Tooth Powder for 14c
11.00 Pe-ru-na (new formula) for &c
il.OO Bumham's Saraaparllla for ZV:
Ka Hire's Root Beer Extract for 12c
26o Thompson's Cherry Phosphate for.. .10c
k pound Mule Team Borax for 14c
3 Sliver Salt for 13c
26c Bartender's Friend Polish for ..14c
Don't forget "SATURDAY CANDY."
Sherman & McGonnell Drug Co.
Corner 'lth and Dodge. OMAHA. NEB.
1
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IP
"Follow th Viae.'
LOW RATKS
HEW ENGLAND POINTS
SOLD
MILY III JliXE. JULY II, AU8. I
MS 22, SEPT. 5 A 13
Harrison Cady.
Above books at lowest retail pricea. Mat
thews, U Swrtfv Fifteenth street.
WABASH CITY OFFICS,
1601 Ptnam St,
or add rata
HARRY B. MOORKS, G. A. P. D,
Wabash R. R,
Omaha, Kehraaka
YES, IT'S HOT
But It you wish to be cool coma to
Beaton'a. It'a better than a summer
resort under the cool fana.
1. OS Hyomel Complete
(Guaranteed Hay Fever Cure.)
.8o
....17 a
sec
.Z.tOc
....40c
tl 0s De Moe's Cod Liver Oil....
tl.M 8. S. 8. for the Blood........
II OS Porapeian Massage Cream
11.0 Dr. Char lea' Skin Food....
11.00 Ayer's Recamler Cream 700
tl 00 AvaJon lOo Cigars, per box of 11.... o
(While they last)
BEATON DRUG CO,
13th and Farnam.
Phone your wants, ws deliver (re to
OMAHA WEATHER FORECAST Wwlnety Fair
iLllil
ii 11
GEUltTUKUJIfirStirKI XKit
7"
WEDNESDAY
IS RED-LETTER. DAY
TEX GREEN TRADING STAMPS FREE TO EACH BOOK
SHOWN AT PREMIUM PARLOR BALCONY.
New Books and Free Stamps for the MAking.
' '
Red Letter Day Bargains in Shoes
Boy's Tan Welted Sole Barefoot Sandals, size 1 C
to"6, at - . I.-W
Ladies' and Misses' White Canvas Oxfords with AA
Large Eyelets, worth $1.50, at
Men's Vici Kid, Southern Ties, Oxfords and Prince A f
Alberts, vorth $2.50 and $3, at. v. .uVU
Men's and Boys' Canvas Oxfords, worth $1.50, J QQ
flt oaaaeeaeaeaeeeewaaaaeaeaaseaaaaaeaaeaaeaaaa
Men's and Boys' "Canvas Balmorals, worth $1.75,
flt egaaaeaeeeeaaeaeaaeeaaaaaaaaa
Boys' and girls' Barefoot Sandals, 98 C
Ladies' Patent Colt Gibson Ties, worth $3.00, J 43
BennettY Big
Grocery
SMALL PROFITS MAKE MANY
. BALKS AND CROWDS OF .
FLEASED CUSTOMERS
Granulated Siigar, best quality,
twenty pounds t1.P0
And twenty green trading stamp.
Pride of Bennett's Flour, sack I1.J0
And forty green trading stamps.
Java and MochW Coffee, 1 lbs. ...11.00
And fifty rrsen trading stamps.
Tetley's Bunflewer Tes, lb. tin 7Sc.
And fifty green trading stamps.
Diamond 8 Fruits, csn 2Sc
And forty green trading stsmps.
Bennett's Bargain Soap, ten brs..!5c
Bennett's Breakfast ColTee 2-lb can 4c
And twenty green trading stamps.
Basket Fired Japan Tea. round. .. .40
And twenty green rrsdlng stamp.
Oround Black Pepper, pure -lb.
' CS41 i - '..ISC
And twenty green trsdlng stamps.
Jell-O. assorted, three pkg 28c
And ten green trading stamps.
Schepp's Cocoanut, pound pkg 26c
And ten green trsdlng stamps.
Baked Beans, three large cans 26c
And ten green trading stamps.
NEW POTATOES, PECK 30e
Table Syrup. 1-lb can liHc
And ten green trading stamps.
Peanut Butter, t Jars... 20e
And ten green trading stamps.
Imported Macaroni, pound pkg 15o
Arid ten green trading stamps.
Palace Car Jams, pound tin 16c
And ten green trading stamps.
Mount Klneo Maine Com. two cans 25c
And ten grn trading stamps.
Salmon, fancy, pound can 13Vc
- And ten gferp trsdlng ktamps.
Bennett's (Capll, Lemon Extract,
bottle V...'...f,.j ISc
And twenty 'green trsdlng stamps.
' BULK SICKLES
Sour Pickles, quart 10c
And ten green trading stamps.
Chow Chow Pickles, quart 15c
And ten green trsdlng stamps
Small Sweet, Pfrkles,' quart 20c
And ten gren, trading stamps.
Frwuh ' Country Butter pound
Two pound
Red fetter Stationery Sale
Ten Green Trsdlng Stamps with each
of the following Items:
Crepe Paper, best grade, Qr
. assorted colors
Bennett's Parsflne Lunch lOc
Paper,, RO sheets
Lece Hhelf Paper (10 yard pkg.) Sq
anenrted colors
Bottle Carter's Ink, gC
heert grade
Bicycle Plsylng Cards, ($1.50 Rc
a dosen). pack
Steamboat Playing Cards, Kr
pack
Main Floor.
Wo pounds-.
And ten green trading stamps.
..20c
40c
U need a Busrutta. fonr pkgs ,15c
And ten green trading stamps.
Extra large Queen Olives, pint 2c
And ten green trading stamps.
BENNETT S CANDT
Several hundred Be cakes eating
Chocolate, Wednesdsy 2 for Be
Each 2Hc. - Each ShwC
Specials in Hardware Wednesday
. See demonstration on' Asbestos
Sad Irons. Hold hear twice v.aa
long aa the common irons.
All styles and prices.
Forty Green Trading Stamps with
each laundry set, at S1.7S
See demonstra
tion on the Ameri
can Twin . Ice
Cream Freezer
Freezes two. flay
ors In one freer-Ing.
Special prices 3.85, 92.SR, S2.S5
White Mountain and Arctic Freer..
era; up from . .91.44
Fifty Green Trading Stamps with
any Freeser Wednesday
No. 8 Granite Tea Kettle,
regular 65c, special 49c
No. 22 Blue and White Stew Pan,
regular 4 2c, special 29c
No. 2 0 Granite Preserving Ket
tle, special , .............. 29c
Granite Collenders, special.. . .18c
Small 8teel Fry Pan, . .ftc
Dust Pan ..... 5c
Lemon Squeezers, 26c to lie
Ice Tones, regular 25c, special. 15c
CHERRY STONE RS
Enterprise, Rollman and Brighton
85c, 75c and. . . . . ; . .60e
SO Green Trading Stamps with each
I Potato Mirers, etveh 25c
And Thirty Green Trading
Stamps
Red Hot Bargains in Crockery
lor Red Letter Day
Doable Greet Trading Stamps hi tab Dept. Wednesday Daly
' "'I',sa. Japanese. China' Cups
"V H J and Saucers Very
- A Y pretty .7Bc values,
V Sdn!?..50c
The Kent Special Pinner Seta Very pretty, neat
decoration., nice treatment of gold, C1H
full 100 pieces.. iIU
And Four Hundred Green Trading Stamps with
i c -j . each eet.
Ten Green Trading Stamps with
each dpzeajjar rubbers, at 10c and.
5c
Cloning out In Dinner ware pattern at half for
mrr prices. Goods Include meat platters, cover
dishes, plates, cups and usurers, bakera, sugars,
creams, jogs, etc., etc., about twelve patterns.
Only a few pieces of each.
Ice Cream seta at Half the Importer's Frice
C2 Seta, Values up to $5 Set Includes I fla
6 plates and tray, at I JO
FRC1T JARS, JELLY TUMBLERSFCLL
LINE AT LOWEST PRICES
ART RED LETTER
BARGAINS.
COLONIAL
MIRRORS
In Mahogany
Ovals,
a $3.00
value,
sale price,
each
$1.59
And Fifty Green
Trading Stamps.
Double Green Trading
Stamps on Picture
Framing.
See our big dis
play for wedding
gifts.
CLOTHING'
MOTHERS:
Boys9 and Children's Suits
Three to Sixteen Years
Hal! Price All Day Wednesday
was Jtaa laamsi al am M' WW W n anaawansnsni . V
WASH SUITS AS BELL
3.75
97.50 Suits
for .
95.05 Suits
for
94.95 Suit
for..
93.95 Knits
for.
92.98 Sulfa
for
92.45 SuiU '
for,
91.95 Sulu
for.; ;..
2.98
2.48
.1.98
.1.48
.1.28
98c
91JM)8uita nc
lor..., X.iDC
For location
of
Depsrtments
See Page
Five,
IT
llll
AY
3
Li jvS
THE RELIABLE STORE
For location
of
Departments
See Page
Five.
Stupendous Bargains
Await You
So general and far-reaching was the damage to our stock?, not
one escaping without some loss, that to reach an equitable adjust
ment it was found necessary to take-a complete and careful in
voice of our .entire summer stock. This being the case, it was
found impossible to open our store before this time. ;
Everything Must Go
And all goods are marked for this sale with absolutely no re
gard as to cost or previous selling price. It is impossible at tht
present time to quote prices, but as an example
ALL SLIGHTLY DAMAG
ED WALL PAPERS
will be sold at 75 to 90 per
LADIES' . MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
no matter how slightly dam-
cent discount. Undamaged aged at o per cent discount
papers at half price. . trom regular pnees.
DRESS GOODS AND
SILKS
at practically your own
price.
CHINA, GLASSWARE,
LAMPS, Etc.,
at 50 to 75 per cent discount
from regular prices.
JL
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a
Special
rlomeseekers' Excursion
Missouri, Arkansas. Indian Territory.
Louisiana, Now Mexico.
Oklahoma. Texas. Republic of Alextao.
TUESDAYS
July & and 17(4,
Anguat Tin and Slat, -September
4tk and 190a,
October 94 ssad 16th,
Aerember lb. and aotn.
1306, Vfa "
ROSSOURI PACIFIC RY. & IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TOM HUGHES, T. P. A., T. F. GODFREY, P. T. aU
OMAHA. NEB.
H. a TOWKSEXD, General Paasenger and Ticke Arent,
. ST. LOUIS, MO. '.j..;
LOW
VIA
$15.00
$17.50
52G.50
$30.50
$34.30
$52.00
$55.00
$60.00
$64.50
$75.00
FROH OMAHA
To Colorado a ad Betnro
July 10 to It, Inclusive, and Sept. II to II, inclusive.
Te Colorado and Ketua
Every day, 'to September SO.
To Ogdea or Salt Xake City and metarm
First and third Tuesdays, July to Nov., inoluslve.
To Ogden or Bait X.ake City and Metara
' Every day, to September 30. .
To Helena and Butts and Setnra'
First snd third Tuesdays, July to Nov.,
inclusive.
To San Trenoisoo or bos aagslss and Betora
every day to July 7.
To Tellowstons rark and Setnra
Including rail and stage, every day to Sept. IT.
To Portland. Taoosaa, sjaattle, or to Ian VraaaUoa
Zos Aageles and Baa XMego and vetara, dally
to September 1&.
Te California, etnraiar ta rtrUaad
every day to July 7.
To TsUowstoae Park aad Betnra
Including rail, stage and hotels In Park beyond Tel
lowstone for five and one-half day trip, dally te
September 17.
Also very low round-trip rates, dally to September 16, to many other
Oregon, Washington, Montana, Idaho and British Columbia Point.
Inquire at
CITY TICKET OFFICE. 1824 FARNAM STREET
'Phone Douglas 834.
. , . i 1
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The Right Road to
MINNESOTA LAKES
CHIC A OO
GrREAT
xu WESTERN
railway
$12.50
Fr the round trip to St. Paul or Minneapolis
A sesy of "CuU te CuWs eel." rr.s.
H. H. CHURCHILL. Csneral agent,
f 4 f 1 tarmtm 8tri.