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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, MARCIT 5. 11 W.
Tuesday We Offer Astonishing Extra
Bargains in the Big Sale of
I COUCH COVERS
Our success with this sale Monday was simply marvel
ous. Thousands of people thronged our immense airy base
ment and declared the bargains the greatest ever offered
by Urandeis or any other store.
Tuesday will be just as great a bargain feast as Mon
day on account of. today's inclement weather we continue
the sale. The stock was gigantic. Thousands to select from.
Here Are Tuesday's Wonderful Sale Specials:
$1.25 Tapestry Curtains at 25c Each
1 This lot consists of all the odd curtains, full size and extra
heavy all the Roman stripe couch covers
- fringed all around lot of odd tapestry
table covers every piece here would be
bargain at $1.25 big sale at, each
$1.50 Snowflake Curtains at 25c Each
In this lot are all those snowflake curtains, now so pop
ular for windows and doors many are k
plain aad some with Bayadere stripe single J T
and pairs at, each .'
TAPESTRY YARD GOODS
In this lot is all the tapestries worth up to $2.00 a yard.
' Heavy mercerized, floral figures 50, 60 and 70 inches
(ride in long mill lengths divided into 1 P C
two lots Tuesday, a yard IJC"JC
$12.50 Portieres at $1.98 and $2.50 Each
Velvet portieres, brocaded velour portieres, heavy mercer- li
ized tapestry curtains, plain rep cur- 11 CI 6 C A
tains with tapestry borders, Ottomans, 11 vJ P JJ
$750 Couch Covers at $3.93
Extra long very large size couch covers Turk
ish, Egyptian and Persian patterns-each.
Persian Pattern Cotton Challics
In all new kimono styles, usual T-L
orice is 7k yard at a yard. .
OMAHA WEATHKR FORECAST Tuesday. Fair.
Green Trading Stamps Every Time
: raEWWlLl 11 J)
$1?.? Waists as 79c
Made of fine . sheer lawn, handsomely
trimmed with Val. Jace'and embroidery
some with embroidery
panel fronts short or long
sleeves every- waist is p
ready seller j JfN
at $.50- -m
luesday, J qi
HIGH GRADE SILKS
Every Yard Guaranteed, Swellest Styles and Colorings.
No Such Bargains Possible Elsewhere.
27-in. Taffeta Silk,
very heavy and
quality, ' every
yard worth $1.25;
Tuesday, a .
36-in. White Habu
tuai,f washes beau
tifully, ideal for
waists,' or dresses,
grade; Tuesday, a
yard'.-,.. ...... 6S
36-in. Colored Taf
exactly same, ;as
you have paid
$1.50 for; Tuesday,
a yard .69
$2.00 Black Plaid Voile Tuesday, a yard. . . . . . . . .$1.42
$2.50 Black Silk Voile --Tuesday; a yard. . . , .. .1.39
$1.50 Black Chiffon Panama 56 inches wide, yard. . .89
$1.25 Black Silk and Wool Aeolion Cloth, yard. 59
"The Port of Missing Men"
(To the memory of Herman Kountze), by Meredith Nichol
son, the greatest book of the day on sale at 1 (Q
Bennett's Book Stalls I.UO
Headquarters for the Latest and Best in Books,
1? . Special patterns of 1907 Foulards, made by foremost manu
al facturers. Foulards are extremely popular. This is a beau
ts tiful lot also fancy Silk Suitings, Cheeks,
Pekin Stripes, etc, positively worth
$1.00 at, yard. '.
ldSr -OMAHA'S PURE I
All new patterns of hand loom era
h broideries finest Swiss, nainsook
? and cambric in two lots
Practice buying everything for the
table at COL HTNKY 8. It will be
come a profitable habit.
BUYING HKRE saves annoyance
and worry, because you always
sure of the high quality of- Courtney's
pure foods. .
Java and Mocha Is making new friends
every day, because It In the bent 3 lbs.
for ,?1.M coffee sold In Omaha. '
Best lioc liiHket Fired Japan Tea
sold in our tea and coffee department.
Wine and liquor Inducements. From
the ' results of our free wine offer
with each purchase of $1.00 or more,
c f our own bottling, which many peo
ple have taken advantage of, we are
convinced tlmt pure goods appeal to
the general public.
Cedar Brook Ky. Bourbon full
1 hnttlA nf wine free.
.Atherton Hye (full quart) $1.25
1 bottle of wine free. .
Genuine Imported Port Wine.... 11.00
1 bottle California wine free
Maryland Rye (full quart) , $1.00
1 bottle of wine free.
California Port or Sherry Wine, per
1 bottle of wine free.
California Table Claret, per gallon $1.2S
We extend a cordial Invitation to the
people of Omaha to come and see Mr.
and Mrs. Jean Bregant, the well
known little couple of Council Bluffs,
who will sell Woodward's candy from
12:30 to 6 p. ni. each afternoon, begin
ning Wednesday, March i. Mr. Bre
gant Is only inches high, while his
wife Is only 43, with whom the ladles
of Omaha will have an opportunity
This Is your op
portunity to make
the . trip to San
Francisco, Los An
geles, San Diego
and many' other
points In California
at Just half the reg
To April 30. 1807
low one-way colon
1 1st rates will be In
effect to the above
points. These tick
ets are good in tour
. . 1st . sleeping . cars,
and of fer the advan
tages of the '
Excellent f hrouglTTrain Service
For full Informa
tion inquire at
CITY tICKET OFFICE
1824 Faniam St.
Phone Douglas 31 3 4.
Douglas 647 fmlj v Wnmr l9g'
Private Exchange H UU1 IHV V VP
1 -v s .
BIGGEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED
Laces 3c and 5 c v
Over 50 styles of these fine val.' lace:, many match sets we
never offered such wonderful bargains as these they are
positively worth up to 15c yard.
BILL CODY AND YELLOW HAND
0!d foont Vlewi Picture of lii Famoui
Ficlit with Chejenns Ciif.
"ONLY INDIAN I EVER SCALPED," SaYS HE
orrr for I bo Was Taat4
by Re s4 Fire hj
News af Caster
, Colonel W. F. Cody arrived In Omaha
looking- hale and hearty after a winter
spent In Cody, Wyo., near which place he
has large ranch and Irrigation Interests.
As ha swept Into the Merchants hotel,
bringing the broad spirit of the plains
with him and spreading good cheer wher
ever ha went, he said he was always glad
Cleanses and beautifies ths
teeth aad purifies the breath.
TJsed by people of refinement
or over quarter of a century.
Convenient for tourists.
to get to Omaha, which waa his starting
place In the show business.
"I would like td go to the rotunda of
the liee building to see the painting; by
Bacon of my hand-to-hand duel with
Tellow Hand, the Cheyenne chief," said
A visit was paid to the Bee building and,
aa Colonel Cody gased at the famous paint
ing, he mused: "There was the only In
dian I ever scalped and I waa sorry after
wards I did it. It was the day after we
had the news of the Custer massacre and
you know how such tales are exaggerated
as they travel. He kept taunting me and
sent a challenge to, fight and I went forth.
My blood waa so stirred I scalped him
before I knew what I was doing."
The duel occurred between the lines ot
the Fifth United States cavalry and SrtO
' Torn Over the Canal.
"While at Cody I turned over the Cody
canal to the settlers," added the colonel.
"That was the first ditch started under the
Carey act, which permitted the settlers to
take possession of the ditch as soon as W
per cent of- the adjacent land is sold. It
waa the first ditch turned over under that
act. ' -
"The reported loss of stork In the Big
Horn basin la all wrona for the ranchmen
went through the winter with a minimum
loss of stock and It all looks fine on the
breaking of winter.
"I am - going east to prepare for the
opening of the Buffalo Bill Wild Wevt
show at Madison Square Garden, April 17.
While at Cody I prepared for an early
opening of the Pahaak! Log Cabin Inn and
the Wapiti Inn. The former is sixty miles
by stage from Cody and tha latter thirty
four miles. The Pahaskl Is one of the
moat beautiful spots on earth on the east
slope of the mountaina." ,
Colonel Cody amid he had bought 126
horses In the west which would be shipped
to winter quarters at Hartf,oid, Conn., to
be trained for the show.
received in business should be
deposited promptly temptation
often causes a loss of cash when
kept in store or office, . .
Losses on checks are frequent
when held too long before de
positing. Safety for both says "Open a
Checking Account with this
bang, established in 1863, and
First National Bank
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Beat Farm Paper abaerlke Hew. 1
That we make are so natural la
color, ilia and arrangement ao aa to
bring the natural expression to the
face, you can can scarcely tell them
from the ones nature gave. Our price
from $5 to $16, and fully guaranteed.
TAFT'S DENTAL ROOMS
lilt Duuglaa tree(.
We BUBpect that you get tired
reading about our boys' shoes, but
we can't help but feel that If you
will only try a pair of them that
you. will find everything we say
about them is true.
- ABSOLUTELY TRUE.
. No line of shoes In our store Is
given more thought and attention
when it comes to 'selecting the
stockthe make and fit than our
No line of shoes la put to as
hard a test when it comes to wear
and no line of shoes gives better
satisfaction than our boys' shoes.
Boys' slies 2 4 to 5.$2.50
Youths' sizes 1 to . . .$2.25
Little Gents' sizes 10 to 134.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnara St.
. Third FUor, P.xJoiy Bloek
Highest Grade Dentistry
Is the latest, moat mod era,
up-to-date .Adding sad
listing Machine oa the
market. It most be seeo
to be appreciated.
Trial Examination Free.
A. L. McCreary
V. O. 1X)X 391, L1MCOLN.
Special Tuesday Bargains
THE RCL1ABLK STORE
Silk Shirt Waist Suits $10
Just 25 Suits in the lot All sample garments
nobbiest new styles, made to sell up to $.
50 SAMPLE SKIRTS, in panama, voile and fancy mixed fabrics.
nvuu .pu.vnj lu iiu.w, lit ri 1 r- 14 1 1 rr
3 lots Tuesday, while they last, JLiD9
MANY OTHER SPECIAL BARGAINS TUESDAY
& il w
Attend Our Famous
FROM 0 TILL 10 A. M.
We will sell Pure Irish Linen Damask,
bleached, unbleached and silver
bleached, in 66, 68, 60, 68 and 72
inches wide, over one hundred differ
ent samples to select from, not over
6 yards to a customer, at, per
FROM 10:80 TILL 11:80 A. M.
We will sell 50 dozen Towels, regularly
15c and 19c goods, not over four pair
to a customer, at, each 7 He
FROM 2:00 TILL 8:00 P. M.
We will sell Batiste, Dimity and other
fine Wash Goods, all perfect goods
that sold at 12 He a yard', not over IB
yards to a customer, at, per.
FROM 3:30 TILL 4:30 P. M.
We will sell White W'aistlngs and Suit
ings, regularly Imported 25c and 39c
goods, not over 12 yards to a cus
tomer at, per yard 9
When we took Inventory we found we
are overstocked on toilet soaps. We want
to close them out. We have them all In
our north window, and the following
prices should Interest you.
tc Oood As Gold Glycerine 1 for te, or
11.26 per box of 60 cakes.
10c Checkerboard Cocoanut Oil 6 c, or
11.26 per box of 11 cakes.
2&o box California Violet Soap, (three
cakes) 10c per box.
I 26c Glycerine tioap (three cakes), 10c box
25c box Tar ttuap (tnree cakes) 10c box
26c box Witch llasel Soap (three cakes)
10c per box.
26c Cutlcura Soap. 20c per cake.
We keep all popular brands of - toilet
soups and sell at cut prices. The abovo,
however, are "Special values."
LITERS-DILLON DRUG CO..
lata aaa Taraam sjta.
fry The -New Way
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
ZD7 St. lilt Street' '
Specially equipped for moat
Thorough Medical and Surgical
and care of
Acute and - Chronic Disease
Natural Mineral .Water Baths
(Bulpho-Sallne waters possessing- curative
(.ropertlea supplied from ourowa springs. )
Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver, Heart,
Stomach and Skin Diseases.
J. O. EVERETT, Managing Physician.
PEPUT.T STATU VETKKINAJUXK.
H. L RAMMACCIOTTI. D. V.S.
Office and Infirmary, ska aad afasoa Sta,
OMAHA, MJLU TeteptkOM MB,
High Grade Wool ,
Dress Goods Dept.K
Well known to be the finest produced 1
the world. The Novelties are the' top
notch of England, France and Germany,
ntOK tl30 TILL 10:30 A. IX.
In our high grade Black Goods, we will
sell any iilack Goods with the exception
of Wm. F. Heed's Black Lansdown, in
cluding Priestley's celebrated Bradford.
England, Goodn; Lupin's Celebrated
French Goods, Frederick Arnold's cele.
brated German Black Goods, Cortauidt'g
Knglldh Black Goods. 8lr Titus Halt's
Mohair. Blr Edward Ripley's Black
Ifyes, Ecrold's silk Warp Henriettas.
'W e will sell one pattern to a customer
at exactly half the marked price.
OH 8:30 TQL 8:30 F. K.
We will sell high grade Novelties, Includ
ing all the fnncy Voiles, all the fancy
suitings, all the French Pastel Shades,
all the Al-ase and Loralne Novelties, all
tlie English Novelties, for the season of
1807, Including one thousand different
styles, only one pattern to a customer
at exactly half the marked price.
These goods are In full pieces, not pat
terns liought lrom other retailers In New
York nnd sold at a much higher prlca
than they ought to be sold; these are the
genuine goods from the regular manufac
turer. The sale commences at exactly the
time mentioned, and stops exactly when
the time is up.
FOR ALL DRY
We iWill sell Tolle Du Nords a-d A. F. C. Dress Ginghams from 10 to 20
yards In a piece, not over 12 yards to a customer, at, per yard 5
Amoskeag Apron Checks, the genuine article,. not over 6 yards to a customer,
at, per yard , .............. . . .V. .'... 5
Hope, the genuine article at,- per yard 8tt
Lonsdale, the genuine article at,, per j yard , 8 H )
Fruit of the Loom, the genuine article at, per yard 8t
9-4 Bleached Peppercll Sheetings, the genuine article at, per yard. . . . . .27
There will be thousands of other bargains in Wash Goods, Dress Goods,
Towellngs, in fact the greatest bargains in America for Tuesday and every da
of the week.
Haydens' Great Grocery First
XH QUALITY AXIS VARIETY AND EXTREME LOW TRICES.
It's easy to greatly reduce your living expenses and still be assured of highest
quality If you buy here. WATCH OUR PRICES.
12 lbs. best Pure Cane Granulated
10-lb. sacks best white or yellow
Corn Meal 10c
The best hand picked Navy Beans,
per pound . . .' tlae
The best Rolled Breakfast Oatmeal,
per pound 8Ho
10-lb. sacks best pure Buckwheat
Flour ! 38o
Quart jars Pure Ohio Maple Syrup,
Gallon can Apples, Plums or Peaches,
1-lb. jars pure sugar and fruit Pre
Quart cans Golden Table Syrup 8o
H-lb. cans Breakfast Cocoa BOo
Horseradish, per bottle 6e
1- lb. cans assorted Soups ....TViO
Worcester Sauce, per bottle THe
Bromangelon, Jellycon or Jell-O, per
package , , 7Ho
2- lb. cans Sac City Sweet Sugar
2-lb. cans fancy Wax or String Beans,
The best Soda Crackers, per lb Ao
The best XXXX Ginger Snaps, per
Fancy California dried Peaches, lb., . .lio
Fancy cleaned Currants, per lb....... 9c
Fancy 8-crown' Muscatel Raisins,
per pound to
Fnncy Santos Coffee, per pound lfte
Fancy Tea Stftlngs, per lb IS He
Fancy B. F. or Sun Dried Japan Tea,
per pound ....88
OMASA'S OREATZ8T TRX8K
YRUIT AND TEOITABLI XARKRT i
Two heads fresh Lettuce
Large bunch Pie Plants , .....So
Large bunch Pie Plant So
Large heads Head Lettuce 6o
Fresh Spinach, per peck 15o
Fancy C ooking Apples, per peck ISO
Beets, Carrots, Turnips, Rutabagas,
white, red or yellow onions, lb lHo
Large head fresh Cabbnge 6o
Fancy kiln dried Sweet Potatoea, per
pound . . t....,..9o
Two bunches fresh Beets SO
S bunches fresh Carrots or Turnips,
Fancy Fard Dates, per pound 7lo
Large, juicy Lemons, per dosen. , . . ..100
Extra large Highland Navel Oranges,
worth 60c per dosen, for this sale,
per dosen 8So
Fresh roasted Tcanuts, per quart to
Sea Our Tall Line of Garden Seeds. Tools,
etc. The largest department In the city.
EJrf. UKMLlUUn I y LSUII lll, asm location
1SOS FAR NAM ST.. OMAHA. Prions Douglas 178
Porcelain Fin. .91 op
Crowns 92.B0 up
Bridge Work. 92.50 up
PUtes 92.00 op
We make a specialty
of metal and roofless
plates, rainless work la
all operations. Wsrk
guaranteed 10 rears.' j
Have vou an ideal location for your business
in this community of 200,000 people!
Do your patrons have to climb a flight
or two of stairs in order to reach you!
Are your office fixtures, papers, books,
and other assets protected in any
way from fire except by insurance!
Couldn't you improve the situation by having an office in
THE BEE BUILDING
There are three rooms here that are offered
for rent, all moderate priced offices.
No. 601 Is 13x18 In size, has a vault and is located near the
elevator; rental price $17.60 per month.
No. 611 faces on the court and is 14x18. with a vault
No. Z10 Is a desirable office for a doctor as it is 27x18 and par
titioned, affording a reception and private office. Rents for $26.00.
We furnish janitor service and lights free.
THE BEE BUILDING COMPANY
R. W. Baker, Supt.
J trVfrrv, 8 ... .
BEAUTIFY YOUR LAWN
ear Xros and Wlr f ace. Trellises aad Arbors for
flower guards, chairs, setees, vases, tree guaroa.
hitching posts, window guards, barn fixtures aad oiUckea
CHAMPION FENCE COMPANY.
11 Soata ISth Street. Tel. Douglas 1580.
Bead for Catalogue.
THEY'RE ALL RIGHT
Mde of tli BKHT HAVANA ioiiACCO.
F. IL IUc MercaaOU Cigar Co Manufacturers, bU Lomia,