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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEt FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1906.
Friday, Grand Sale of
1 Mannish Suitings at 39c Yard The finest men's suitings P
M tjSwm tha TT R fSist
m Kamnlps ononch Ifincrthn nlikn for skirts swip II
from one of the best woolen manufacturers in the coun
try gray euitings that sell at $1 yard
and up, for skirts and suits, 27 inches
wide, 100 lengths, 38-inch gray mixtures,
checks and stripes included, at, yard. ... P
IMPORTERS' SAMPLES AT 3SC EACH P
samples enough lengths alike for skirts
and suits black and all colors of the lat
est fashionable weaves, at, eacn P
ri Danish cloth remnants, single widths, per yard 10c J
p All double widths, (cream, black and all colors,) yard 19c jj
Hundreds of fine pieces, you can match them
waists, etc, an entirely new lot just re
ceived positively the best remnant sale of
sample pieces we ever had, each
Final clearing sale of odd lota of plain and fancy silks, the accumu
lation of short ends, 24 to 18 yards, from our recent big silk Bales
n up for
Sample strips of nainsook and
cambric embroideries, lnBer
tlnga and beadlngs up to 12
Inches wide many match sets,
at.,, per yard
many 75c and $1.00 silks, good variety, Ifl- TO- P
per yard , J-UJs p
Wid Corset Cover Embroid
eries ind floune- ff rf
Ings. at, yard . .aWCOZC
laces 31c-5c Yard
French Valenciennes Laces,
Torchons and Normandy Vals.
In all widths neat fine pat
terns, easily worth up to 15c
a yard, at, per 2IA
WASH GOODS Bt
tSc Dress Ginghams at 8 He yd.
In lengths suitable for ladles' and
children's dresses, boys' waists,
men s shirts, etc.. solid colors.
I I strides ana checks, lnclud
U ing large black checks,
A. F. C. Solle du Nord and Red
Seal Ginghams these well known
brands sell elsewhere at 10c and
1 J V4 c per yard thousands of p
pieces up to one yard rj
lengths, at, each ( P
mm w a
Long lengths cotton
Beige, in the new shad
ow plaids, rwgu- f
lar price lBo yard, 1 1 1 fs
at. yard W
Remnants fancy Art
licking, drapery . ere
tonne, worth up
to 26c off the
bolt, at, yard
worth up t o 15o
aa long aa they
last, will go at
t Hemmed Towels, some of.,
-I them Imperfect, each aC
P Sample pieces of Table Damask
will make napkins, tray f
g-j cloths, etc., each ........... lC
grade SUkoltne. fig
ured and plain colors, in
long mill lengths,
will go at, per
iiae regular ODQ
quality, at, per
lawns that sold up f O
to 16o yard, at 1
per yard ...... P
fnl Tilt? I ivru vr n a n rwru'r M
utwns wmce uresa B Winn with im
emoroiaered figures. s
I All linen lunch nankins P
nicely hemmed, each ..- 1C tl
Table damask remnants in ta-
Die cioin isngtns. on
square at less than cost.
At a Third to a Half Less Than
p Every mother In Omaha should see these
f clothes for boys. Never such well made,
M stylish suits at such prices. We made an
Immense purchase and are selling far be
11 low regular price.
- IJUIll Rnvi' ftr-hnnl flu Ha neon 3 Ia IK
rears Scotch tweeds, chev
iots and cassimeres, $3.00
and $3.50 values; on sale,
In basement, at
I -1 P 00 Bloomer
M Pants, aM i
- to unwi
4,000 Boys' School Suits Knickerbocker
suns, worroiKs and Russians, strlcUy
sui woot materials; on sale
on main floor, $3.50
to $5.00 vaJues .
tl regular knes
Pants, all wool
Boys iOo knee
Boys' 60c at 7Bo Wash
able Knee SKi
Pants at OC
CRUSADE FOR SANITATION
Health Osmmlniensr Confiscates Mors Milk
Found to Impure.
PAIDS ALLEYS WHERE REFUSE IS FOUND
tmjm All Diseaae-Breealag Tratah Mst
Be HsaW4 hv Partlva Re.
aposalble Will B Ph. 1
Ubed by the Law.
In their persistent crusada for batter
aanitattoa. Health Commissioner Connell
and tianltary Inspector Wooldrtdga mada a
raid on a milk depot operated by B. Monnell
at litis Cass atreat Wednesday afternoon
smd dumped fifty gallons of milk Into tha
gutter. ; ' . v' .
"We found tha loa cries where the milk
was kept in an unspeakably filthy con
dition," amid the health coinmluioner. "The
water In which tha milk cans stood waa
Stagnant and stank with great vigor. The
milk waa being kept fairly cool, bui the
place was too dirty.-
Surveillance of tha milk In wagons to
sea that It to delivered Dot warmer than
M dsgrve Is being continued and a gen
eral Improvement Is noted, together with
a cleaning up process among milkmen and
The city health department has started
aa effort to cleaa out dirty and disease
breeding alleys, which tha officers say are
numerous all over town. Ia a district
bounded by Dodre and Leavenworth streets
and east of Nineteenth, mure than 100 bad
caees were found by an Inspector, who
has bean assigned to thl duty until he has
covered all of tha thickly populated terri
tory. 'The ci art conditions will be re
ported to tha police department and notices
iseued and served ' ' to property owners
directing cleaning up prooeaaea. Failure
will incur the praarrlrMd penalties of arrest,
trial la polios court ao4 probable Aaes. As
the health department , has but two In
spectoral they are unable to serve the large
number of notices that will be Issued and
the polios force will be called upon for the
CAMPAIGN F0RPR0P0SED LAW
Mass Metlaa f IToaeete Ialtiatlve
aad Befereadam Are to
To secure votes for the Initiative and
referendum law, adopted at the November
election, the . Omaha Federation of Im
provement clubs haa decided to hold four
small and one general mass meeting.
Aa tha council haa agreed to submit the
question to the voters, the federation pro
poses to campaign actively for ita suc
cess. Tha first meeting will be held Fri
day evening In Krug hall, 18SS Vinton
street Addresses will be made by Park
Commissioner Cornish. City Engineer
Roeewater and L. J. Qulnby.
Saturday, August 25. 106, will be
another day on which we shall sell a
60c assortment of Chocolate Nuts,
Fruits and Creams for SOe. No such
bargain in candy is offered In the
whole, United States aa that afforded
the patrons of the Rexall Drug Stores.
This candy Is sold In one store only In
each city and one day In the week
only, Saturday. Enough candy is
ordered for this day's aUe only. The
candy Is absolutely pure and fresh and
sold $atui lay only for 5te.
Sherman & KcConnsH Drug Co,
TMM mnTSl.li SSVMIttt
Cor. lOUt ' ad pvdK bun , Omxajuk.
MILK IS COLD
Alamlto Milk Is kept cold from
the time . of milking until It
reaches the customer.
Alamlto Milk is bottled In cold
bottles la a cold room.
Alamlto Milk is packed In ice
while being delivered during the
cool morning hours. Our custom
ers always get sanitary milk
and at this season milk must be
kept cold to be sanitary.
PHONE DOUG. 411
1 W w
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We have Just Tecelved our
new line of, 1907 patterns of
fancy socks. Over 60 styles
which we place on sale at
2 pair for 25c
Goods on display in our
windows. If you need Socks
take a look, as we have all the
A small lot of those China
Dishes at 10c each. This is a
Ladies' Underwear for this
hot weather at 6c and 10c each.
All the new things in fancy
goods. A complete line. Ulve
us a call.
Agency for Pictorial Review
. Patterns. .
Jos. F. Bilz
022 So. 16th St.
Wnen You Write to
remember It only takes an extra stroke or
two of the pen to mention tha fact that yon
saw tba ad. la The Bee.
" " THE
Dollar tells. a story.
Here's a chance to save a few.
25c Bag Sea 10 a
25o Babe Skin 11a
25c Palmer's Talcora 19a
(Friday and Saturday only.)
25c Lyons' Tooth 1 Ca
Powder , IDC
25c Bradley's Tooth n
60c full pints Demar'a Disinfectant,
for Sinks, Toilet Rooms,
BEATON DRUG CO.
13th and Far nam.
The Noted-for-Accuracy Drug Store.
HEW YORK CITY
Illinois Central Railroad
TICKETS ON SALE AUG. 24
RETURN LIMIT AUG, 31
Fast trains leave Omaha at 1:00 a.
m. and 6:0v p. m., connecting In Chi
cago with all eastbound trains.
Tickets and Information at
CITY TICKET OFFICE.
1401 PARNAM STRUT, OMAHA
'C OHFOBT WITHOUT EXTRAVAGANCE"
St the New Transient. 8tel Built. Fireproof
Ut-Mt W. M St. sn
Bn4var. M. T. Ctt.
t.otk. m t Onm4 C.atrJ
aa rut e lm ot
TUbm aewin. th. i .ry hMit
1 u. 1U. la ta. auiat et U.
Uaun nS elub. aud tMi
U. eketos atMrlot. Set.
aa4 "L" ro.(U end BrMewKjf
eira tUmctut. MoAmb in...
wUtiaM lor tM. ttoewa
mm mm tats. II. M. Lw.
an.ee aU llskl Maw u4
eau witk snrai. buk. U a.
CkMc nMaurmM. Suit.
W. M. VAUQUSTTa
lie Hetol Swwica. ae
Hot Springs, So. Dak.
BeautUully situated la tha vale of Mia
ajekahta. Tlie health and pleasura reeort of the
Sorthwest. Only a aisht'a rids from Omaha.
Quit, tennis, swlinmins. ooachlnc horse
back and burro rldea and oih.r amuse
pi. nts. Excellent orchestra la attendanoa
Visit woiul.rful wind care.
Exceptionally low rates on both CAN.
W. and Burllnaton.
For rates and Information, address!
ROY M. bCOTT. Manager.
Beilevue College Dormitories
July 7 to September 7.
nrferencee required. Addrees
BkLIKVUK COLJaXiK. BeUetrue. Nek.
. ThvuM bed (J. Avulk Omaha.
OMAHA WEATHER FORECAST Friday Sbowm and CooW.
j J Store Closes Erery Ertnin, 'cept Saturday it 6
The Economy Fruit Jar
Vflrt rut contents
mm aMweil teeiMMenas-ef
The cheapest, most
economical jar made
soon pays for itself in tho
fruit it saves. Thirty
green trading stamps
with each dozen Friday.
Ten green trading stamps
with every dosen fruit Jar rub
bers, dosen 10c and Be.
Thirty green trading stamps
with each doxen Mason Jars
Twenty green trading stamps
with every dozen Jelly Turn
biers sold Friday.
Visit Our China. Dept.
When you're down town. The new things are interesting,
and prices are lowest. Glad to show goods. , Always plenty
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
Bennett's Exceptor Flour, sack $1.50
And fifty green trading stamps.
Bennett's Breakfast Coffee, 2-pound can for 48c
And thirty green trading stamps.
Uneeda Biscuits, four packages for 15c
And ten green trading stamps.
JCST RECEIVED A FINE LOT
New York Full Cream Cheese, white or yellow, pound .20c
And twenty green trading stamps.-
Baked Beans, three large cans 25c
And ten green trading stamps.
Castile Toilet Soap, cake . 2Hc
Bayles' Boneless Herring, jar 10c
Peanut Butter, Jar 10c
Imported 8ardlnes, per can 10c
Pickles, assorted, per bottle 8c
Corn, two-pound can ........... 5c
Peas, two-pound can 6c
Pure Honey, Jar 12Hc
And ten green trading stamps.
Diamond "S" Chill Sauce, pint botUe .' 25c
. i And ten green trading stamps.
New Potatoes, peck. 15c
CHICAGO u NEW
August 28th and 29th
Good to return until September 4th, inclusive. Apply to
' Local Ticket Agents, or
J. A. D'OLAH, 555 Railroad Exchange, CHICAGO
AUGUST 27 TO SEPTEMBER 14
(AP ftf to 8(10 Francisco, Los An
VfaUiUU geles, San Diego, and
many other California
Q9R flfi to Everette, Fairhaven,
VfcUiUU Whatcom, Vancouver
to Portland, Astoria, Ta
coma and Seattle.
'COC to Ashland, Roseburg
sCUiUU Eugene, Albany and Sa
lem, Including So. Pac.
branch lines in Oregon.
MA to Spokane and interme-
QsCsaS JU diate O. R. ft N. points.
to Wenatchee and Inter
AAA Eft to Butte, Anaconda, Hele
UCCiUU na, and all intermediate
main line points.
pa to Ogden and Bait Lake
aUU City, and Intermediate
main line points.
For full information inquire at
City Ticket Office. 1324 Farnam St
PHONE DOUGLAS 834
Be Waal A4 vfll
st fmm on qsAdUy
Gray's Nerve Food Pills
Wtll rlTe reetfVl alee, saaka
siiaa Ikeades. staf aev
eas srAoaas, reetera yen
..nlU. UnUtltlt !
tk roalo kee ease. Aoaiu yeua
fe work, restore
Ttrer, krlas yea
aaaly aaS wesiss)
nsj ss yeava.
CorTeepondenea confldentlal Oreular free.
ILM boa. lrHiU oouree I boxes tiW br mail
a reoeipt of prtoa. Reoemmarnl ey ail
SHCRMAX & McCCXXEU OXUQ CO.
t uiu .'!faM.jiwaiAviu..
y THK WKLIBLK TW1
Splendid Friday Bargains
YOU MUSTSU THESE OFFERINGS TO APPRECIATE THEIR REAL
Wash Goods Sale
Final wind-up of our high (trade Wash
Ooode French Oranndlps that sold at
f. rtfnch Zephyrs that sold at t9r,
18.000 yards of One Wa.h Goods that sold
at 26o entire lot will be sold at, Kr
a yard OC
pieces of White Goods, 40-Inch Lawns.
Piques, Fancies, etc., that sold up to tto
a ysrd Wl" " " thl" ' ' IOC
Pieces or Cotton'droadciothtnat sold
at 35o yard, all colors, fine for waists,
children's dresses, at, IOC
100 pieces of Fine 'FiannelVtteai''sVngle fold
and double fold, at, tln
a yard , IUW
Curtains & Draperies
Clnslna out sll odds and ends 811k Mixed
fringe that Hold at l&o vard. Pillow
Cord thnt xnlrl at IKo vuH Wmil rrlnii
that sold at 36c, will go at.
Cords and Tassels, S5c and 25c a 70
15c. worth 6c each.
p, worth each.
2fic, worth 1100 each,
tec, worth ll.SO each.
60c. worth 12.00 each.
M.000 yards of the finest patterns !n lllko
llne for comforts and draperies; regular
price, 16c yard on sole all day ul r
at. a yard
Great Sale of Silk Mill Ends
An Immense assortment of hlah srada
novelty and plain silks, In short I.KNUTHS
OF FROM l- T O 4 YARDS-worth reg
ularly up to 11.60 a yard will be placed
on sale Friday, at CO C.
choice, per piece "
EVERT PIECE MARKED IN PLAIN
FANCY HABUTAI BILKS to close sum
mer habutals we .will sell all white
ground figured, 22-Inch habutals, limit
of one pattern to a customer ?t)n
Pl-AIN WHITE JAP
20-in wide. at. yard
BLACK TAFFETA 19-ln: chiffon
finish, Friday, at, yard ..........
FINE BLACK TAFFETA, SS-lrf TQc
wltifk. man. ait. rtpp ernrvl ....... -'W
Wool Dress Goods Just Opened Up
Two cases of 89c Plaids
Two cases 69c Plaids
1,000 pieces of all wool Challls, all wool
Walstlnga, Mohair Waist ings, iona rlsn-
nel. etc., that sold from 40c to 11.26 yard,
all will go In this sale at a 25C
46-Inch black Broadcloth ,
And 1,000 other bargains In Wool Dress
Remarkable Opportunities, Friday
in Our New Bargain Room
Every Item a winning value. Read caiefully this list then oome prepared to
All kinds of Wash Goods, worth up to 100
yard, on bargain square at fir!
Ail kinds of Wash Goods, worth up to 16o
yard, on bargain square at fir.
12c Sllkoline, 36 Inches wide, on
bargain square a yard
12Ho Percales, In light and dark
.great assormem ai
6Ho Shaker Flannel, good quality,
at per yarn
ALL WOOL BLANKETS, In any w
10o Sheer India Llnon, 10 to 30
yard lengths, at oer yard
10c OutJng Flannels, great values. fln
SPLENDID BLANKET BARGAINS.
85c Cotton Blankets, slightly soiled, OQfl
lightly soiled each sarw
86c Coton Blankets, slightly soiled, 4QfJ
$1.26 Cotton Blankets, 11-4 else,
slightly soiled, at
L86 Cotton Blankets, 12-4 Slse,
slightly soiled, at
ay soiled, will go Friday at JUST HALF
Greatest Umbrella Sale on Record
Several areat lines of samole Umbrcll
limited assortment of plain and fancy ha
ON SALE FRIDAY IN THREE LOTS 68c,
Men's and ladles' Umbrellas, in black or
colors, with taped edge, values up QUn
to 12.60. at choice
Men's Umbrellas, with taped edge, fancy
handles, wortn up 10 iw fSllr.
Ladies' Silk and Linen Umbrellas, with
. tape edge, handsome piain wooa UNr
' handlnn. regular 82 values, at VJ
Ladles' Umbrellaa, mercerised covers, tape
edged, strictly rain ana eunprooi, fl c
, S1.60 values www
. in Dlain black or colors almost un-
ndles. WORTH UP TO 82.60
, 60o AND
Men's and ladles' Umbrellas, absolutely
rainproof covers, neat, strong handles,
worth 76c and 81.00 10r
MEN'S AND BOYS' SHIRTS In light or
dark colors, with collars to match,
worth up to $1.00 OCn
BOYS' SCHOOL WAISTS In blouse or
tlaht-flttlna- styles, llaht or dark
ors, regular 60c values, R -
Friday's Great Notion Sale
STAPLE NOTIONS AT ONE-HALF TO ONE-FIFTH REGULAR PRICES. Our
weekly Notion . Sales have become a feature in our great bargain giving sales
standard quality and unmatched assortment at so great a saving you cannot afford..
to miss them Friday.
I pkga. best Hair .
Pins for w
2 Pkga Best Gold
eye Kieeaies iur.....
1 spool ot Black
Uaj-ninr Cotton for
8-yard roll of Tape, n
all siaee. for w
1 card Hump Hooks 4
and Eyes for
1 ckgs. ' good Pins
1 spools Bilk Thread 4n
2 spools Basting fr
I dos. Hooks and f -
Eyes at lw
I yards Baby Ribbon
I doc. Nursery Pins
Odd ball Crochet
1 doa. Pearl Buttons 1 n
2 Thimbles, beat qual- ln
nirvnom. 'nrnira ir! ARTICLES ON THIS COUNTER. ALSO 2C
44C VAC AND 1VC TABLES, ON WHICH THE VALUES MEAN FROM ONE
HALF TO FOUR-FIFTHS SAVING TO OUR CUSTOMERS.
Hardware, Stoves and Housefurnishings
HOT WEATHER BARGAINS AT HALF PRICE.
Dover Egg Beater sell
from 10c. to 15c for... 5c
2 boxes Gas Tapers usu
ally sell 10c each lor.. 6c
1,800 Sheets Toilet Paper
(worth 30c).... 17c
10c Wire Handle Tack
20c Butcher Knives bol
stered for 10c
15c Toilet Paper Holders
10c Patent Pants Holders
Three wood Coat Hangers
(worth IOo each) for. . .
1 dozen Wire Coat Hooks
(worth 15c) for.......i
1 0 c Perfection Door
Springs for 5o
100 feet 12-strand Wire
Clothes Line for 29o
Best Sealing Wax pound 3o
HAYDEN'S THE GREATEST GROCERY DEPARTMENT IN
20 pounds best Pure Cane
Granulated Sugar $1.00
8 pounds best hand picked
Navy Beans.. 25c
8 pounds best Rolled Oat
1-pound can Condensed
-pound can Condensed
X-Celo Breakfast Food
The best Soda Crackers
Bromangelon or Jello
per package 74
1-pound can Condensed
Potted JMeats per can.. 3c
Oil Sardines per can... 3c
l-pound can Fancy Alaska
Large bottle Assorted
Fancy Sour Pickles per
Fancy Sweet Pickles per
Large Glasses Pure Fruit
Peanut Batter per jar.. 9c
Fancy B. F. Japan Tea
per pound 25o
Fancy Sun Dried Japan
Tea per pound 25o
Fancy Tea Siftings per
Fancy Santos Coffee per
Fancy Porto Bica Blend
Coffee per pound 20o
EGGS! EGGS!! EGGS!!!
Strictly Fresh No. 1 Eggs
per dozen-'. 18o 1
FRUIT! FRUIT!! FRUIT!!!
Large baskets of Fancy
Table Peaches... 15c
Fancy Grapes for Jelly
per basket 15c
1-3 bushel baskets Fancy
Ripe Tomatoes 15c
Large Ripe Bananas per
Two measures of Fresh
Roasted Peanuts 5c
ORANGES for ORANGEADE.
Cheaper Than Lemons.
Fancy, Juicy Oranges, as
long as they last doz. , 12o
Wild Cherry Phosphate
1 bottle makes 5 gallons
per bottle. . 12Va0
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