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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1907.
OMAHA WKATHKR FORECAST Friday: Fair.
Remnant Sale at Drandeis
Friday's Tremendous Bargains at the Boston Store
Will Be the Talk of All Omaha.
REMNANTS OF THE FINEST 1937 WASH FABRICS
Sample Strips and Factory Trial Pieces of Elegant Em
broideriesOdd Lots of Fine Laces Broken
Bolts of Dress Goods Remnants of Silks.
Friday will be a bargain day extraordinary. All over
this great house great values will predominate. Unprece
dented January sales have left us with thousands of broken
lots short pieces, odds and ends. We will sell these on
great bargain squares Friday, and at prices that wiiras
tonish every woman in Omaha.
Friday will be distinctively Brandeis Remnant Day
and you cannot afford to miss this unheard of bargain
English madras, 32 inches wide, newest designs, in
cluding mercerized dots of various Bizet and neat mer
cerized figures, sold at 85c from the bolt; here in lengths
suitable for waists, men's and boys' shirts at, yard
Thousands of yards 40-inch India linon, Victoria
lawns and batiste, values up to 25c yard at,
Remnants dotted and
plain silk mull that
you woud expect to
pay up to 3Bo f A
yd- at, yd... 1UC
A 86c quality of white
pique for entire suits
wear at, yd . . 1 D C
RI? bargain square as
sorted white goods,
plain lawns, dotted
Hwlnaea. fancy open
work, a t r i p a and
twilled suiting, etc.
worth up oc
yd.. In mill
Woven madras for cur
tains and drapery
purpoge.n, sella f f
regularly at S5o. IjC
In remrants, yd. .
ginghams, Scotch and .
will wash ar1
ly, at, yd
New light percales, full yard wide, good grade C
at. yard . ....IC
Heavy grade unbleached muslin, equal to the
regular 9c quality at, yard
Very finest cambric, including Wamsutta, Lonsdale, T7-l-
New York Mills, etc at, yard.
Remnants of Amoskeag apron
check ginghams, worth 6 He
yard wholesale at,
Remnants percaline, silicla, sa
teen and other desirable lin
ing that are worth up II
to 15c yard at, yd. . . JjC
IN THE BASEMENT REMNANTS FROM THE
JANUARY SALE of LINENS
Remnants of table damask in all kinds and lengths,
the accumulation from our January sale, at less price than
cost to import.
Remnants of towels, in linen and
cotton. These are mostly halt
towels, each 1
Big let of slightly Imperfect large
size bleached Turkish towels,
the 15c kind, each 7H
One lot of heavy table padding, in
mill remnanU, yard 10
Remnants of bleached and un-
ble linen toweling at linen
square at. yard, up
Remnants, Sample Pieces and Trial Strips of
LAGES at 2c.3Vsc.5c Yard
These are fine torchons, French and English vals.
and plat vals, in desirable widths of edging and in-sertings.
Remnants, Odd Lots and Sample Strips of
Embroideries at 5c-72-c-122C
These are high class embroideries, insertings and
galloons all new patterns (desirable widths great
varieties on bargain squares.
Remnants of Dress Goods
At a Great Saving of Prices
Remnants of plaids, challis, waistings and fancy dress
goods, worth up tp 25c a yard 3 to 12 yard lengths O
basement, Friday, at, yard OC
Remnants of cashmeres, voiles, mixtures, plaids and check
suitings 3 to 10 yard lengths worth up to 39o OI
a yard basement, per yard Iw2C
Odds and ends 4 to 12 yard lengths of henriettas, mohairs,
; English checks, cheviots, panamas and novelty
suitings worth up to 75c yd Main floor, Friday e0C
A Friday Sale of Silks
We have taken several lots of silks from our regular
stock, values up to $1 yard, all this season's silks that must
be closed out to make room for our new spring lines.
Plain and fancy dress silks, fine lining taffetas and waist
ing silks, plaids and stripe silks, foul- 4 ftp.Oft. JQf
ards, etc., on bargain squares, yard. . .J.iC"utlv"T JC
Ileavy 27-in. white china silks, washable our own
importations, always retailed at 65o yard, at, yard.JC
New lot of silk remnants, to lx4 yards traveller's sam
ples a great many match up, accord- C 1A.
ing to size, each aCC-)C"1UC
20 pieces of 24-inch guaranteed black dress taffeta, PA
positively worth 98c yard, main silk dept. yard. . C
I Omaha's Pare Food Center
1 . - , i
Canned fruits and vegetables for K
true flavor of 55
$ those who want the
2 freshly gathered fruits and vege-
((ttliicicu ii una uuu .b w
Now that winter is here, it ft
Is impossible to get these right out J."
H offer the'Terndcli" brand of these K
a goods as the finest in the world. U
They are picked in orchards where PS
and have that full,
gathered with the dew on
them. There are none better. The
line comprises everything in fruits s
and vegetables. J
Fish Market 1
Every day In our Fish market ji !
you will find a large and complete n 1
assortment of fresh, smoked and
salted fish. , 3
Friday we will sell 1,000 pounds of i
Columbia river Salmon at, per j
Imported Norwegian Anchovies, h
at, per pound 12cS
Cromarty Bloaters, 2 for 5c P
Virginia Peanut Hams, Smlthf leld B
cured, at, per pound 33c 0
'Phone Douglas 647.
Private Exchange Connects All
3 Separate Entrances 8.
TO GET EGYPTIAN LOTUS CREAM
FOR 6 CENTS, Is Saturday, January lDthi
We have plenty this time to supply all;
won't rvin out as we did last time.
LIMIT 2 BOTTLES TO ONE CUSTO
MER. ABOUT PRICES ON DRUG
Mont every one In THESE PARTS
KNOW our position when It comes tp sell
ins; druf stare things; we have never been
UNDERSOLD by anyone here and don't
propose to be. The trust In the drug line
has been, holding a strong hand for some
time, bud our turn will come again pom a
of these fine days! Drm't let anyone
BUNCO you Into belleveing THET UN
DERSELL US or that we PAT tribute to
the trust gang of law breakers.
WE DELIVER any place In these three
cities without extra charge who else
South Omaha N. W. Cor. 84th and N Sts.
, Council Bluffs 6th Ave. and Main St.
Omaha 16 th and Chicago is is.
The regular 60c grade, every day
In the year, at,
a pound JJC
Washington Chocolates the best ever.
Lowney's Chocolates and Bon Bona
Monte Chrlsto Chocolates
10c and 25c
BEATON DRUG CO.
15th and Farnam.
Colllus and Peter's Swiss Milk Choco-
lates 6c and 60c a package.
LOCAL MEN INVEST IN CUBA
Garaer Raises e.a Others Galas;
late the Baataeas af Track
Gardner Haines and other Omaha men
are buying up a large tract of, Cuban land
1U0.0W acres, it Is said, which they propose
to 6evot to truck gardening. Luther
Drake, president of the Merchants National
bank, who with Dr. W. O. Bridges, left
for Cuba Wednesday, Is said to be la the
deal, ss also Is H, K. Burket. Tola la Dot
confirmed however. The lata Herman
Kountse, It la understood, was to have
tdkea an Interest In It.
The plan reported Is to raise four or five
crops of vegetables a year and hustle then
alt to market Iq New York by the most
rapid transportation possible. It Is da
termlaed at establish one of the most ex
tensive truck gardening anterprlsea in the
Mr. Haines la In Cuba and ha been there
for some time, engaged In formulating the
plana of his project. Mr. Drake and Dr.
Bridges went Wednesday, Mr. Burket. ac
companied by Mrs. Burket and Mr. and
Mrs. John L. Webster, left last night.
All will go over from New Orleans oo the
new Illinois Central vessel. Momua.
Tbe Webster and Burket parly will sail
next Saturday for Havana, where Mr. and
Mrs. Webster expect to remain for about
three weeks, but Mr. and Mrs. Burket will
be in Havana only a few days, after which
they will sail to Rhla Honda, Cuba. Mr.
Burket la Interested In' a citrus fruit plan
tatlon of loot acres at Bahla Honda, which
la under the management of W. P. Page, a
f6rroer resident of Omaha. Mr. Burket will
remain upon the plantation for about three
weeks and will then return by slow stages
Bea Want Ada produce results.
their private Income v and draw checks
against It In payment of bills will find
Our Ladies Banking
offers every modern convenience special
Pass and Check Books of convenient aUa
are issued for this department. .
AH checks are cashed in New Currency I
It's business to have a Checking A coo u at
of your own.
Our Deposits HI. 000, 000. ,
First National Bank
THE VOLLMER CLOTHING CO'S LEASE EXPIRES
APRIL 1, AT WHICH TIME THEY MOVE OUT.
NOTE THESE BARGAINS:
10 'Pweoats .
$9.50 values, Boys' and Children's Suits and
Overcoats, 3 to 16 years, at
Children's Suits and Overcoats, values to
$3.50, at 4 ;
Children's Suits, OveTcoats and Reefers,
values to $2.50, at
every yard of
Silk or Dress
"WE SHRINK and
GOODS - yard
Bargain Friday in Domestics
FRIDAY WE OFFER A TRE
MENDOUS LOT OF REMNANTS
OF DOMESTICS Every remnant of
Outing Flannel, Flannelettes, Percales,
Silkolines, Shaker Flannels, Moleskin
Flannels, Prints, etc., some of these
goods sell as high as 15c to 18o yard
nearly every piece worth double the
price we ask Friday, yard ......
Largo Lot Fine Moleskin Flannels, in
mill ends pieces that can be
matched up for dresses, sacques and
kimonas, sell regularly for 15c yard,
Friday, a yard 3
Ileavy Dark Outing Flannels, yd.2V
Large, extra heavy Comforters, on
sale at 98
Cokts fSSr Se"nd Flow
11.25 Flannel Waists, made of fine flannel,
P e tticoats
, ON EVERY
IN CHINA AT
TOR ONE DAY
Richard i. Metcalfe's Book
"Of Such It h Kingdom"
On sale in book department
From the biggest January
Embroidery Sale we (and
that means Omaha) ever
GROCERY TALK NO 2
Ol'B ENORMOUS BUSINESS modestly alluded to in Talk No. 1
sprang from the humblest beginnings. Old settlers will, readily
remember that In the Fall of '78, the late Samuel F. Bennett, founder
of this house, opened a little 2x4 grocery at 15th street, between
Capitol avenue and Dodge street. He didn't have a wagon, nor had
he even a wheelbarrow.
He visited the jobbers every morning, bought sugar, flour and
other things sufficient for the day's business. Old settlers will also
recall that he had a habit of wheeling goods on a truck from the store
to the sidewalk and from the sidewalk to the store and back again,
just "to stir things up a bit."
Indeed, he always kept things moving; he was ever on the move
himself; he never permitted a fly speck if he could get it moved; he
believed in order and cleanliness; his heart was in his business. He
was determined to make the name Brnnett a something to conjure with
in western merchandising. He built wUer than he knew. Today we
ell ton of sugar, a car of flour, for every pound of sugar, for every
dinky little sack of flour he sold.. Yet, we are every whit as careful
with the buying, with the weighing, with the wrapping and with the
delivery of the same as he was.
Better buy your groceries at Bennett's. It was Bennet who made
Omaha grocery doui I .
We Art Sole
THE RIIIABUI TRB
Papers for I
Great Sate or
Best Remnant Bargains Ever
Many; thousand yards of Dress Goods, Silks, etc. Thousands cfi
odd garments, all of standard quality, priced far belov actual
worth in order to close quickly Friday.
Wool Dress Goods
ON BARGAIN SQUARE
Remnants of high grade Dress Goods
in broadcloths,, serge, Sicilians, ba
tiste, that sold up to $2.50 a yard, at,
a yard ... .49
all wool Challies and Flannel that sold
up to 75c, at, a yard 19
Regular 50c Cashmere and Henrietta,
by the piece, at, a yard 25
All Wool Suitings, Granite Cloth and
Batiste, in all colors, regular 75c
quality, at. a yard 29
All wool Henriettas, Panamas and
Voile, in all colors, regular 85c grade,
at, a yard 39
Odd T,ace Curtains, worth from
to $5.00 a pair, at, each .f)
Lace Curtains, worth $1.60, up to $2.25
yard, at, each ............. .49)
Tapestry Portieres, in odd pafrs, worth
up to $6.60, go at $3.08, $2.98.1,98
Silk Fringes, worth 25c W3Bc yard,
to close quick, at, yard 5)
From 2:30 to 3:30 will sell all the
12 Vic and 15c SUkollne 10 yards
to customer at, a yard ....... 5
In the Bargain Room
Wash Goods of all kinds, worth up to 12 Vic yard, Friday, at, yard 2
12 Vic Shirting Percales. 36-in. wide, Friday at 4
10c Snow White Muslin. Friday, at. yard -3H
Remnants of Cotton Dress Goods, all kinds, long mill ends, worth to 15c yard.
8 Vic Huck Towels,' large size, fringed, each ...
10c grade Linen Toweling, in Friday's sale at.
Lonsdale CambrlcB. in long remnants at, yard
lAiiDuairj uaui ui icn, iu mug i ciuuauin ni( jam wvj f I
16c English Long Cloth. 36-ln. wide, at, yard J Vif V
15c Sheer India Linons and Dotted Swisses, long mill ends, Friday, at .. .5?
55c Ready-to-use Bleached Sheets, Friday at 37"J
12 Vic Pillow Cases, ready to use, exceptional bargain, Friday at ...... 8 Vij
35c Table Damask, fnll bleached, at, yard .........15
8 Vic Outing Flannels, extra heavy quality, on sale at, yard -3
Friday Silk Bargains
On Bargain Square Handsome novelty and plain Silks, which sold regularly
from 60c to 76c yard, Friday, at, yard. 25c
IN Main Silk Department Beautiful Evening Novelties, Silk Voiles, Fsncy
Suiting Silks, PlaidBand Checks, $1.00 to $1.25 values..... ..59
High Grade Linens
ON MAIN FLOOR-Second Aisle to Right. 1 -
Remnants of Table Linen accumulated from our big linen sale. These are all
from our regular stock and sold up to $1.75 yard, in both bleached and un
bleached, all good lengths. We will place in 3 lots, at, yd., 59c, 49c . -39 k
Pattern Cloths, slightly soiled, in plain and hemstitched, 2, 2 V4 and 3 yards. J
sold regularly up to $4, at, piece, $1:98, $1.49 and $1'.25
Napkins, soiled and mussed, good, large sizes, In both bleached and unbleached.
worth up to $3 dozen, in 3 lots, at, dozen, $1.49, 98c and 59
Towels, In huck and Turkish, extra large sizes, all linen and union, sold up
to 19c, at 8
Bed Spreads, full size, honeycomb and Marseilles patterns, slightly soiled, to
close, at, pair 98
Remnants of Crash Toweling, good, long lengths, suitable for roller towels, in
all linen and union, sold up to 15c yard, in 3 lots, at, yd., 7 Vic, 5c and.3
Unmatched Notion Bargains
- The Greatest Notion ale of the year will begin Friday morr
ing at 8:30 a. m. High' grade staple notions will be sold for lel5
money than goods of like quality are quoted elsewhera Never be
fore have such bargains been offered.
COMPARE THE PRICES WITH QUOTATIONS ELSEWHERE
Darning Cotton, first quality, fast
black, per spool 1
Hump Hdok and Eyes,' Friday, per
Dress Makers' Tape Measures, 60-in.
long, Friday It
Thimbles of all kinds, Friday's sale
price, each 1
Good Pearl Buttons, In Friday's sale,
at, dozen It
Shoe Laces, per pair 1
Corset Laces, per pair 1
Bone Hair Pins, extra large size, each
Cotton Tapes, all widths, per roll.le
200 yards Machine Thread, Friday
Ladles' Back Combs; each 5
Silky Crochet Cotton, 3 for 5
Mohair Dress Binding, 6 yards, best
quality, at, bolt 7H
100 yards. Sewing Silk at ....... 5
nd 8JV t
Tooth Brushes, each 4Vit
6-in. Horn Combs, metal back, Friday,
special, at 5
25c Combination Needle Books, con
tains 4 pkgs. needles and 14 darnfng
needles, 6 hat and veil pins and 8JV
pins, Friday, each
15c Rubber Fine Combs at
Linen Thread, per spool ..,
15c Tack Pullers, each .......... .5
15c Curling Irons, each 5
20c Rope Shopping Bags, each ,.5
Basting Cotton, 2 spools for
Safety Pins, 2 doz. for.... 1
40 Corset Mourning Pins, per box.J
Sampson Brand Pins, full counts, per
Crimped Hair Pins, assorted sizes, 10
packages .......... .' ....... . J
EClelnert's Dress Shields, Friday, per
Stockinette Dress Shields, Friday, at,
Pr 7 Vi,.
Friday's Furnishing Bargains
Men's and Ladles' Underwear, heavy fleece Hnd, all sfzeS, 60c values at 25f !, t . t
Men's Heavy Working Shirts and Jersey Ribbed Shirts, in all sizes, worth TT -'
$1.00. at, choice 29"
25c Mittens and Gloves, men s, ladles ana children s, snap, to close at 12 Vi fWS
Men's and Boys' Suspenders, worth up to 25c, at, pair
Children's Underwear, heavy fleeced, regular 26c value, at ....... .12 Vi
Ladles' Gowns, in heavy outing flannels, generously proportioned, well made,
$1.00 value, at
.Haydens', the Greatest of All Pure Food Depts. In the West
Not only the lowest prices, but the highest quality and fresh
est goods always.
21 pounds Best Pure Cane Granulated Sugar $1.00
10-lb. sacks Best White or Yellow Cornmeal 12Vio
10-lb. sacks Best Pure Buckwheat Flour c 35
2- lb. cans Best Sac City Sweet Sugar Corn j0
3- lb cans Best Lye Hominy ...,7Vio
Quart cans Golden Table Syrup 90
Potted Meats, per can 2Vio
1-pound package Macaroni it 8Vio
Large bottles Worcester Sauce 70
Bromangelon, Jellycon or Jell-O, per package 70
Uneeda Biscuits, per package 8
Tbe Best Soda Crackers, per pound 60
1-lb. package Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco ..,,,.f..49o
The Best Tea Sittings, per pound ........12 ViQ
FRESH FRUIT DEPARTMENT PRICES
Beets, Carrots. Turnips, Rutabages, Parsnips, red or yellow Onions, per lb.ls 1
Two Heads Fresh Lettuce ...60
Two Large Bunches Fresh Radishes 6o
The Best Kllu-Drled 8weet Potatoes, per pound 3
Large Heads r'resn uaDoage 6J
8 Vi a JT
. . .
The Best Late Red Cranberries, per qt.
California Figs, per psg
New Honey, per rack
Fancy Fard Dates, per pound
Mexican Pinon Nuts, per pound
English Walnuts, per pound
Black Walnuts, per peck
Large Cocoanuts, each
Fancy Cooking Figs, per pound
Extra large and fancy Higland Navel Oranges, retail size, everywhere per doi..
S&C ana twe, our ice, yer uuiou t.,... , 25
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