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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1906)
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, JULY 14, 190(1
5 10 p.io.
A COMPLETE CLEARANCE
ol all our men's M
Worth up lo
Choice of all our finest 6.60, $7.60
Pants Outing Suits, In one lot, at
All our Boys $2.60 knee Panta
Suits, will go
All our Boys' IS. 50 and $4.00
Knee Panta Suits,
Clearance STRAW DATS
All the Mn'a and Boys'
60c Straw Hats, at .......
All the Men's and Boys'
76c and tl Straw Hats at.
All the Men's (1.60 Straw
All the Men's Finest S3 and
CM Straw Hata, at
All the Men's High Grade
Straw Hats, wth $3, 60..
Boys' and Children's Sum
mer Caps basement, at ..
: r $
"TOO HOT TO EVEN GO TO MARKET."
said a lady to a friend tha other day. Tha friend replied. "Why don't yo&
trade at Uiw'it I do, and do all my ordering by telephone. . They have
two 'phones Oouglaa Ito0-S22i. Tour order will receive the same careful -consideration
and prompt attention aa If you ordered In person. -.We
always save you money.
MEAT DEPARTMENT. .
Pteak, per lb THe
Round Rteak; per lb.'
Porterhouse Steak, per 1" 10a I
. GROCERY AND FRUIT DEPARTMENT.
(00 cases fancy Alberta Peaches,
large baskets to the crate, wa
place on aale Saturday, per
per basket 19ViO
Apples., fancy eating or cooking,
per peck BSo
Fancy Lemons, nice and Ju)"-.
per doxen 80) '
Fancy large Cauliflowers, por .
Cucumbers, borne grown, ee.cn.. o
L B. C Btacolta, 1 pkgs. for... 10c I
i riJHj i,A.Tiur;
Telephone Douglas 1530-3223,
BED STREWN WITH ORCHIDS
Wealthy Fvcwehsaaa Seeks La risk
Ware wf Ctrealatla Bis
When tha people hava more money than
they know what to do with they sometimes
develop a remarkable fngenulty tn devising
snethoda of squandarmg It, as la tb case of
the French marquise who, according to tha
papers, has her bed" strewn with rare and
exquisite orchids at a cost of several thou,
and dollars a week. . .1.
' Bvan more remarkable is. the asory told
of a wealthy Frenchman who dines twice a
week at a famous Parisian reataurantJ Bis
appetite la f tha poorest, but ha always
runlets on having a tureen filled with a spe
lsjly prepared soup placed before him.
Next cornea a huge I Joint of meat from
which ha outs one tiny slice.1 .Then' follow
four quails ot a large chicken, of which ha
eats pne mouthful. His dessert constats of
fur grrapea;and a cup of, coffee, while dur
ing his meal ha Just moistens his lips from
a bottle of. ex pensive, claret and another of
tha finest champagne. At tha conclusion of
each meal, for which, he paya 126, he hands
(8 te the head waiter, U to tha waiter who
has attended him. tl to the woman cashier
and tl to tha porter:
A weird form, ot itravaganoa was that
of a woman named Hlller. who recently
buried her husband In a $30,000 coffin. Tha
casket' was made of richly carved ma
hogany, with solid gold trimmings (a sin
gle knob costing IL?M and lined with
ilk whieh Is said to have cost 71 cents an
lach. . ....
.Tha nlsnam of Hyderabad has a set of
false teeth for which he paid a Madras
dentist tt.tOo, and Dixie W. Thompson, a
wealthy rancher of Bant Barbara. Cel..
not long t a go -spent 13.710' on t a saddle,
which la of tha finest emboaaed leather,
hsavjly and moat elaborately mounted with
stiver. Henry O. Marshall lavished $10,000
n a grand piano, exquisitely painted by
Sir L. Alma-Tad em a and atudded with
precious stones. Jan Van Bears has a
piano, a miracle of painting, precious
, a-etala and lewela. which cost him PO.OOS.
i'Ona of the most remarkable cases of
extravagance on record was the Indulging
by the sultan of Turkey of a child's whim.
One day tha sultan found hla small son
la tears because, though he had beea prom
ised to be made aa admiral, h could net
ee hla flag hoisted on a particular ship
from hla anraery windows. The sultan
promptly had the vessel brought up and
moored In front of the Dolma-bagtcheh.
lo tha child's great delight. la order, how
aver, to bring the vessel to the required
position It waa aaaaaaary to pull down a
awt paoatrootaa teldga, which, at the
$12.50, at U
This is a clothing offer with
out an equal. Buy your sum
mer suit tomorrow at less thau
half price. Men's new up-to-date
suits, outing suits, stylish
3-piece suits, single or double
breasted. New and refined pat
terns. These, suits are worth
up to $12.50. See the display
n the window. Saturday your
choice in one big lot at
Clearlnr ' ol Men's
All our Men' tl W Outing ' ' QQr
Fame, at VOW
Alt our Men's $2.60 Outing CH
Pants, at ,,ou
All our Men's S3 and S3.50 Out- 4 QQ
lng Panta. at a.VO
All our Men's 4.00 Outing O ffft
Pants, at eS.OVF
Clearance ol All Our '
Boys' Children's Suits
and $8.60 Boys' Long
Odds and ends Boys' $4, $5 and
$6 Knee Panta Suits, (
Boys' and Children's Wash Suits,
pretty styles, worth up TO
to $1.00, at
Dress Suit Cases
All the tl.lo Water Proof
Suit Cases, at
All tha 12 Dress Suit Caaes
AU the fine (3.60 Suit
AU tha S Leather Suit
All the 17.60 Real Cowhide
. Leather Cases, at
Slrllon Steak, per lb 10a
Good Roast, per lb So
Bacon, by strip, per lb IsHe
Sweet Corn. I-lb. can . .Bo
Salad Dressing, ISo else, hot.. THe
Tea Slftlngs, par lb 18e
Butter, fresh from tha country.
per lb. goo
Egga. freah laid, per doara.....l5e
20 lha. Par , Can Granulated
Pugar for f LOO
4S-Ib. sack Purity nur, tha
Langa Grocery Co. 'a Beat, every
sack guaranteed or ywuv maney
kack, per sack...........
uiukjekx to., v
- 24th and Coming 8U. '
YOUR OWN COMFORT
through the hot summer, months Is
assured. If you wear
PRICES WON'T PREVENT YOU.
$3.50 or $4.00
will buy the latest stylea In the shoe
market. Service the best.
Feet Fitted By Measurement.
Vtelk-Qver Shoe Store
1521 Farnam 8t
E4 8. Thompson, the Walkover Man.
sultan's bidding waa don. at a cost ot
Alarm Clack that Speaks.
They are makina clocks now that sn.ab
tha hour Inatead of aUiklng it. They do
thla through an Ingenious adaptation of th.
phonograph Idea. When a young man who
la calling at a lata hour hear, the new
clock remark in clear and cutting tones,
"11 o'clock." ha will be very apt to gasp
and ask tha young woman If that was
her father', voice. To make auch a clock
available aa aa upllfter of boytiood It will
be necessary to closely echo the words ot
a father who Is used to being heard and
obeyed- No soft spoken "Jimmy. If. get
ting le." will do. What ia wanted la th.
good, old-fashioned i "James, you tumble
down those staira quicker n scat! Da you
hear met" Cleveland Plain Dealer,
, BUverwara-JYaaaer, 1Mb and Dodge St
All Tan Shoes and
Oxfords on Sale at
We are closing them out, and
all of our Men's, Women's, Misses'
Children's and Boys' Tan Shoes
aud Oxfords are Included In this
Clapp's Russia Calf
regular price $5.60,
sale price . . . . ......
Clapp's imported Russia
fords, regular price $6
Hanan'a Russia Calf
regular price $6.00,
Boyden's Russia Calf
regular price $5.00,
Russia Calf Blucher
regular price $3.60,
Hanan's Imported Russia calf and
dark tan kid oxfords, regular
price $4.50 aale t'tf
Zelgler Bros. Russia calf Oxfords,
regular price $4.00. T ((
sale price . ...UU
Imported Russia calf Oxfords,
regular price $4.00, "T ((
sale price J,UU
Dark tan kid button Oxfords, reg
ular price $3.60, sale- pa
Dark tan kid Oxfords, regular
price $3.00, sale f"
Misses' and Children's
White Canvas Button
We hare taken all of our misses'
and children's white canvas button
shoes, genuine - welt soles, and
marked them one price. '
01 Per Pair
Misses' sizes, lift to 2.
Child's sices, SH to 11.
We do not charge, exchange or
refund money on these shoes.
Drexel Shoe Co.
TWO-FIFTY Is rather a low price
for a good pair of Oxfords. Many
Women who would like to buy Ox
fords at this price are afraid to do
so. fearing that they would not be
Wa sell Two-Fifty Oxfords that are
satisfactory in every way. The styles
are the same aa higher-priced Oxfords
and the ahoemaklng la splendid.
Come her. and see what two-fifty
will do tn buying Oxfords. Thin!,
you'll be surprised st the values
FR? SHOE CO.
Uth and Douglas 5t$. '
IT'S OUR CUSTOM
AT the end of every busy season's
trade) to gather together the sur
plus stock. Suit and Trousers lengths
and then price them at a figure that
tempts you to place your order.
It keeps our Tailors and Cutters
hustling during July.
WILLIAM JCRREM3 80NS.
When You Write to ;
remember it takes only an extra stroke
r two or tne pen to say you aaw ue ad
SCHOOLS AHD COLLEGES.
CO I. LEG E Classical, scientific philoso
CADEM T An accredited High School.
Prepares for Bellevue or any other oul
lege or university.
NORMAL, SCHOOL Elementary and ad
vanced courses. Certtrtcates granted.
CONSERVATORY Theory of music, pi
ano, voice, violin, elocution and art.
CONNF.CTION9 v.Uh Omaha electria Una
and Burlington Railway.
Fsll semester onens ftenteraber 1-
Addreea Frasldeat WadtworUw BeUvu,
SINGLE OR DOUDLE-DREASTED
Mostly all Worsteds, .
un to size 44. worth V.
Up to size 42, worth up to
to 75c at
1519 and 1521
ENORMOUS CUT PRICE
Absolutely every hat in the
house below cost.
Investigate It Pays. 1508 Douglas St.
One and a quarter million acres to be
opened to settlement on the
Dates of registration July 16th to 31st.
Less than one fare for the round trip,
daily July 12th to 29th via
Round trip from Omaha,'
.00 over the only all rail route
from Omaha to Shoshoni,
Wyo.,the reservation border.
GEO. F. WEST, G.n.ral Agent, t
Chicago k Narth-West.ra Ry. Omaha, riso..
Please sand to my address pamphlets, maps and infor
mation concerning the opening of tha Shoshone or Wind
River reservation to settlement,
(Cat aut Hilt Ceues
It Will Save
xnonoy if you
will uso . .
Douglas Gtreet .
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B. Y. P. U.
THE RELIABLE STORE
YOUR CLOTHING OPPORTUNITY
Our entire stock of hiph gjade men's clothing must b pold
quickly. All garments offered are from our own regular Rtock
and can bt relied upon as to quality and style. See them before
you buy you'll find them superior to any others offered.
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Prices cut from cne-third to one-half at the Big
Inventory Sale. Credit freely given at reduced'
SHIRT WAIST SUITS "v
SHIRT WAISTS SILK
imilNEXT AT HALF rftlCB
AT V4 OFF
HE7TS SUITS AND
1508 DODGE ?a;y fioiag
GREAT REMODEL!!! SALE!
The carpenters wfll get busy in few days and v
fve must reduce stock to make reom for them. '
BARGAINS! OUY MOW!
Tint Bottle of Fine Old Port. Muscatel. Catawba or Tokay Wine for
medicinal use.. 80c
Colgate's or Mennen's Talcum Powder , ..- 15c
Colgate! Dental Powder with cake soap free 15c
HAND MIRRORS 20 per cent reduction from our former low prices.
Hand and Nail Brushes 24c, 19c, 14c, 0c, 4c
Combs Fine or coarse.... 44c, 87c, 21c, 18c, 4c
RUBBKK GOODS OF ALL KINDS REDUCED.
Two-Quart Fountain Syringe ."45c
Hundreds of Cakes of SoapRegular price, 10c to 15c now....... oc
26c'Malted Grape. Juice Jc
25c Sack Sea Salt . 15c
$1.00 Bath Spray 5c
Rubber Sponges at Cost $1.00 now 78c
60c Perfumes per ounce 25c
DON'T MISS THIS OlANCE.
NO GOODS DELIVERED AT THESE PRICES.
HOWELL DRUG CO.,
16th Street and Capitol Avenue.
77s pmrixr Bm
How refreshing after a hard day's work
Pure Darley Malt
Highest Grade Hops
' Pure Spring Water
Give this beer the exquisite flavor that comes
only when perfectly brewed and aged.
We will send a case to your home.
HUOO T. BUT. Htn ana
I Douglad, Tel Doug. UiL
fn. biiitr. V(..(1auartera.
TeL Ko. 8. South Crnafu Js5 ?UMii. T-fc
Men's Outing Suits
In great variety of materials, color
and patterns, very best workmanship
and styl. These suits are absolutely,
undamaged and are worth regularly
$7.60 to fl8.no; our -sale prices,
f 10.00, 7.to, ajo.uo t 7 C
and .J 1 J
Men's Odd Coats and
Left from suits where pants have
been sold all latest styles and ma
terials and worth from 17.60 to
$10.00; mostly sixes 34, 35 and 3(
our sale prices, $3.00, 7 7 C
9)3.75 and Z.4 D
Men's Odd Pants
In stripes, plaids and fancy mixture.,
worth regularly up to a.tu ai
prices, fl.PA, $1.80 100
Of every Imaginable pattern and
color, all latest styles and materials.
worth up to $20.00 our sale prices.
$10.00, $7.50, $3.00
and. . . . ,
Many other barKalnn In this depart
ment. See our offerlnga In Boys' and
k oaths' Halt. ,
sCTsUVsmsjaiiri.il.1 in'i PA..n tmdtr ' '
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