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TITE OMATTA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1P06.
F"SPECIAIS IN THE I :
If " I,!
51-Inch Waterproof Cravenette
COATING AND SUITING
Regular $1.50 andN$2 Qualities, Yard
New olive, myrtle and brown mixtures, herringbone ef
fect, etc., new, and one of the most desirable cloths for fall.
Ladies' Embroidery and Lace Trimmed fS
, Worth Up to 75c
Made of good quality cambrics, lawns, nainsooks and
REMOVAL BARGAINS IN THE BASEMENT
PRICES THAT SOUND ALMOST RIDICULOUS
Every Dollar's Worth of Goods in the Bastment Must Go
Long mill remnants of Silkoline for comforts and
draperies, at, yard
Very finest Unbleached Mus
lin, a yard,
.Very heaviest . unbleached
Muslin, the 8V2C C
Very heavy Outing Flannel,
. the regular 10c kind, light
'or dark colors, at C
.yard , C
Cotton Laces, up to 5 1
inches wide, at, yd. . . . .C
kind, at, yard
Hundreds f Other Bargains in the Basement
Mismatched Cups and Saucers
ON SALE SATURDAY
All kinds of prettily decorated cups and saucers in cof
fee, tea and after-dinner sizes, hundreds of dainty pat
terns. See them in the window, -
J. L BRANDEIS & SONS
We take great pleasure la an
nouncing the opening of our
Fall and Winter Styles In Women's
Shoes. We . make the announce
ment with unusual pride for' the
reason that we have prepared for
our Lady Patrons a Fall Shoe
Feast that will excell any display
of Women's Shoes ever made in
We've everything In Women's.
Footwear that any woman requires
or desires for any occasion.
It affords-up pleasure to show
the new styles and we earnestly
Invite all our Lady friends to
come and see the new and hand
some styles In Footwear tor Fall
and Winter. '
FRY SHOE CO,
TIC SHOCKS '
1 6th and Donglas Sts.
THE LANCE CROCPRY r.n
- ... w WJ . ,
We wish to announce to our patrons that on ThursdaySeptember 20, w
wm cioaea u aay on account or oouaay. win De open Friday, as usual.
; . , i , WEUAE8DAY SPECIAL.
, ... . Just received large shipment of Yellow Crawford Free Stone Peaches
outir .cars uu ouiuuun riuiui.
Thre-lyer Poh About M
dosrn in crate
Fm Stone PeachM Extra OEn
fancy in band basket..
rr rntl fclOW
su-a peara- .
pr crate , kJSI.aaO
Fancy Table, Syrup
Per can OC
Fancy Table Molasu
And Ten Green Tradln B tarn Da.
On Friday, September 21, we will give 21 pounds Pure Cane Granu
lated Sugar for 91.00.
THE BEST AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
Chuck Steak 4 pounds for 26c I Boiling Meat 10 pounds for JBc
Porterhouse Steak per pound lOo I Beef RoaatNloe and Juicy per pound
Sirloin Btesk Per pound loo 1 be to tc
GREEN TRADING STAMPS WITH EVERY PURCHASE.
the lange grocery co.. srs,
. Every day to October 31, 1906, you
can go to Portland. Tacoma, Seattle and
many other points in the Northwest
THE SHORT LINE TO PORTLAND.
i .Tourist Sleeping Cars run every day
via this line to Pacific Coast points.
Otr Ticket Office, 1824 Farnani St.
'Phone Donglaa 834.
THE PURCHASING POWER ;
behind the unsurpassed home circulation of
;' - " THE OMAHA BEE :
is what makes advertisers know that it pays to W
: jEtt-Be julvertising columns liberally.
WEAR THE DOUBLE SOLE
$3.50 and $4.00
AND TOU WILL HAVE DRY FEET.
FALL AND WINTER SHOES MADE
UP IN HANDSOME LASTS.
Walk-Over Shoe Store,
1S21 Farnam St.
Ed a Thompson, the WalkiOver Man.
Remember your first duty is to pro-
tect your lungs, for the first cold now-
days of September and the days you
should be prepared. As early fall colds
are sometimes very, obstinate, and If
you have weak lungs, our advice is
$3.00 Ladles' Chamois Vest. ... 1.50
13.00 Gentlemen's Chamois Chest
Protectors ........ f 1 .50
$2.00 Chest Protectors ,C 1.00
BEATON DRUG CO.
15th and Farnam.
Syrup of White Pine, compound
with Tar and Wild Cherry, will cure
that raw hacking cough. 26c per bot
"TUew the flat"
gOHXIBlKIS VOXBTS one fare
Flrat and Third Tuesdays.
CAHADIAV rOIITTa one fare
plus , sa.00
Hold Dally during- September.
All aununet B.orU srf-at reduction
Held daily during Heptember, -ATXtAlTTA,
OA. ., S3S.10
Hold Oi'tohcr Sth and Sth
raw oBLUAira. X.A. ?js.oo
Hold October Hth to 14th, Inclusive.
raw osx.aAjvs, xa. saa.so
Hold October ISth.
BUTTAXO, V. T...... ...SSCTS
Bold October 10th to Hth, Inclualve.
All Information cheerfully even at
WABABX CXTT TICXBT wmCa,
1601 Tarmam at. v 'Pkeme Deo", sas.
Or addreas HABIT B. KOOBBS,
O. A. F. ., WABASH K. Bw,
SCHOOLS AM COLLKUfea.
AWING. FAINTTNG, MODEL"
1NO. bCOBATIVE DE&16N.
ATPLieO A JIT
Pepertm.ii W.hlBa tralTeielW
with Art Miima and Art Library.
A.ttqme lt' Moily. rt-.n.tnmf. .
tBotl.. wlii"i tlM.-wnrk. llltt.-
U.mA loiri ,mrl- i U.liBtoa.
(iiibK iiiImm tore form. the -tr.'
he.l.burn Ip t. kll.lr.i. Ii
1 .JmhIovii 1 fcia. The
arlltHo aook hfailngoo.r.. It al.o omnUtt.
6r..4 Jrl.e. Si- Xofi, 'I01.0,,.,0,
SM m ey.M
L U D., Dlrartor
Hf1 M. IP.
HALSKV O. ITES,
lHk Luca.t Strw t.
COlXKuai Cla.lai. acMaUlUb
ACADU1H-Aa accredited High eJtooL
Prepares for AteUevue or say vthar out
Wae or univer.ity.
NORMAL. KCllOOLr Elementary and ad
vancrd courawa. Cortinoalea (re a led,
CONSKKVATORV Theory of muni.
aoo, voice, violin, elocution aad art.
CONNfc.CTIo.Nd with Oinaiia; JUaotrta
line and Burlington Hallway.
Fall aeraeater opens Meptember IS.
Addreaa rreaioeiu vtaiivna, Biawrst
OMAHA WEATHEIt FORKCART WcdrtracUy, Fair
g -L-v T "T TT T "TT
I I i-i I II 1 In II
Lll N Li
CSICN TRACES STAJiPS CfEKT mi
Our Own Departments
Everything in Dependable, High Grade
. arid Strictly New Dry Goods
AT PRICES THAT'LL MAKE PEOPLE
TALK ABOUT US
Omaha's New Dry Goods Deparl
mcnls Belong to
The Bennett Company and are cared for by
thoroughly experienced and highly trained
managers and salespeople.
In immensity of stock, in the wonderful lines of variety
ties and in the resplendent display of latest fashions, BEN
NETT'S NEW. DRY GOODS SECTIONS AT ONE BOUND
TAKE FIRST PLACE IN WESTERN MERCHANDISING.
Visitors are especially invited to see these splendid
lines of DRESS GOODS AND SILKS, LACES, EMBROID
ERIES, ARTS, VEILINGS, NECKWEAR AND THE
BEAUTIFUL -LITTLE IDEAS IN INFANT'S GOODS
: Talk About Us
Fast as energy and opportunity can be utilized, these
new departments; covering the entire south half of the main
floor and southeast section of the second floor, are being
' filled up with strictly new dry goods that for quality, relia
bility and immensity cannot be surpassed by any competi
tion in the city or state.
A Bargain in Every Purchase
Regular Stock No remnants, no old pat:
terns -50 PER CENT REDUCTION.
"We'll furnish Paper, for a room 12x12,
for 50c, 75c and up.
Remember-This is not a Remnant Sale.
' Third Floor- '
About 30 down
Id case, as long as
supplj lstts, ease,
. SAXLT LIST Or MOITST I4TIM.
rvaa rooi BurriiT.
Bennrtt'a Capttoi Cotee , Ofto
pound packafte.... ow
And twenty grtm trading atampi.
Baaket Klred Japan Tea AHc
per pound v-w
And thirty reen tradlnf atamp.
Imperial Japan,' Vea 2Sc
. pe pound
An twenty green trading- atampa.
Plrkllnc rtplo. 2fSc
whole pr pound
And ten areen trading atampa.
Chorolate Menler ilSc
And tXXly areen trading atampa.
povBrs a TBASiwaaTAicra
wrrx oavasnriATrs iuqab.
BennetfS'-Capltpl 'heat 2f)c
two parkagea ...
And ten greri trading atampa.
Bennett a Capitol Oata 20fi
And ten green trading ataiopa.
BLOOD OK THE GRAPE BAf,
. two pint bottles
AbA aundrad graaa tiading
sums rusa coraTiT bvt-
TXBV, 1 rOVMB, BOO.
Calted Peanuta 1Cr
freah. delirious, lb. ."
. Caady SMtloa bow la aaaamamt.
Specials in Hardware
Jasl a Few 1905-6
$31.60 Famous Penlnsu- a pa
lar Ranges, special .... m03 V
$33.60 Famous Peninsu
lar Ranges, special...
Don't miss this bargain.
72e Galvanised Tub .
Visit the H porting Goods' Section
Ilajwment at foot of Harney
rntranre. Hee the big line of Foot
Ball Goods, etc.
Special Sale of
THE RILIABLK ST9RI
Great Sale of
75c and $1.50 Silks at 49c
8URPMT8 STOCK OF THE PAX1KF.R SILK MILLS. SCRAXTON
'FA-, ALL THR 8EASOV8 NEWEST WEAVES AXP COIXU
INOS, ALL PERF1-XT GOODS MOST REMARKABLE SIL
BARGAIN OF THE SEASON AT YARD
Special Lace Sale Wednesday
'VALENC1EVSE9 L.4.CES at 1c,
2Ur, 8Hr, Ac and 74c yard. A gen
eral clean-tip of our entire stock to
make room for our Import lines. These
goods worth fully 6c up to 20c per
SAMPLE LACES bought from.thj
Importer at 50c on the dollar and
worth regularly 60c to $8.00 yard. On
sale Wednesday at prices from 25c to
ftt.BS yard. Best, bargatn ever
$5.00 Children's Dresses $1.50
A manufacturer's stock of children's Dresses, In all wool materials, prettily
trimmed come In all sUbb, 2 to 14 years about 60 dozen gar- f
ments in the lot worth up to $5 on sale Wednesday at choice. . . ItJl)
Manufacturer's Stock of Ladles' Crave
ncttrs 150 garments In the lot
made of Priestley's best cravenettea.
In newest -styles and colors, worth
up to $12.60 sale
Nobby Tailor Suits In splendid all
wool materials most of them sam
ple garments come In Jacket or
blouse effects, In great variety of de
signs values up to $15.00
NEW SHIPMENT OF CROWN JEWEL SUITS JVST RECEIVED.
See These Wednesday Specials in Our
7 He Twill Draperies at
Bates & Renfrew Table Dam- TO
ask at yard C
10c Outing Flannels great
bargain at yard
8c Flannelettes, new patterns
great snap at yard ........
7 c Outing Flannels Wednea- Jt 8
. day at yard t4C
10c Percales great variety of pat
terns and colors on bar- . 3
gain square at yard ........ U-lC
Specials in Hardware Wednesday
12-quart white lined Enameled Jt
Water Pails tVC
No. 8 Galvanized Boilers
Six-foot Step Ladders
Three Wood Coat Hangers
Enterprise Food Choppers
95c Drip Coffee Pots 49(5
Two-burner Gasoline Stoves 1 1 fi
Good Strong Fire Shovel, 'Z.
Three large boxes Toothpicks 1 fl
for i IUC
10-quart Galvanized Water Ift.
The Balance of Our Car of Fancy Colorado
Elberta Peathes to Go on Sale
These are extra fancy, and as long as they last we will sell them
rAtts run canning Bushel boxes of Fancy Flemish Beauty or fl 1 C
. Bartlett Pears per box. ....... ! 4
One-third bushel baskets Fancy Cooking Apples
Italian Blue Plums per four-basket
-our pounds Fancy Sweet Potatoes si
r i ..IOC
Large heads Cabbage , . - -
each .............,...., JC
Large Ripe Bananas ,
per dozen ............'.."....., IUC
Large, Juicy Lemons " "
per dozen ......a......... . 2a 3 C
Fancy Concord Grapes
er basket ........"...;.;....; .;"' ' ' laC
Missouri, . Arkansas. Indian Territory
Louisiana, . New Mexico,
Oklahoma, Texas. Republic of Mexico
October lMVand 16th.
November Vth ami 20th
1906 i Via
MISSOURI PACIFIC RY. & IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE
TOM HUGHES, T. P. A. T. F. GODFREY, P. X. A.
OMAHA, NEB. v
H. C. TOWN6END. Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent - J
ST. LOUIS. M0.
Big Sale Galvanized Ware
19c Water Pall, special. 12c
22c Water Pall, special 15c
24c Water Pail, special 18c
66c Galvanized Tub 80c
64c Galvanized Tub .40c
STATIONERY AND BOOKS
Moved to Southwest Corner of Store.
, More Space, Better Opportunities and Facilities.
' . . New Goods on Display. . ,
GREAT BOOK SALE COMING WATCH 0UT!v
E x c urs i o n s
C 0 1 0 F 3 (1 0 Tuesdays? Monthly
through Novembejr, 1906, the Santa Fe will
sell round-trip first-class tickets to Denver,
Colorado Springs and Pueblo at $20 from
Missouri Eiver. Return limit of 21 days.
Southwest roundtrip Excur
sion tickets will be sold to the Southwest
generally, at same rates, lteturn limit
ranges from 21 to 30 days. . ..
All the Way.
A at., 6th
for I -and
It Will Savo
you tlmo and.
monoyr it yoti
will uso . . .
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