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THE OMAHA" DAILY BEE: 'WEDNESDAY,1 f Attar G, 1907.
ROADS PLAN FOR SEW RATE
1U m Oomditiom f Twe-Orot Tart
When It Goes In.
RUERVX RIGHT TO FIGHT IT IN COURTS
Prebahle That Caateet
Mad aa the Law Iavolvea ,
Toe Hur Sevara
The Burlington and Union Pacific rail
roads, aa well aa other converging in Ne
braska, ara preparing to meet tha condi
tions of the new law reducing passenger
rates to a level of t cents a mile and be
coming effective Thursday at least. The
Burlington, through General Passenger
Agent Wakeley. yesterday reiterated Its
original position as stated In The Bee
Monday evening, that while It would adopt
the new rate temporarily, It did not preju
dice the rights or Intentions of Us attor
neys to combat the law, If deemed ad
visable later. .,
Too Maay Penalties. "
One of tha railroad attorneys was asked
why the railroads did not get out a sweep
ing injunction against the law being put
Into effect If It was eminently unjust to tha
"Because so many penalties ara at
tached," was the reply.
"That Is the cause of the delay In fight
ing the rate. If tl.ey are going to fight It
at all," said a man who follows tha trend
of railroad affairs. "They had enough of
penalties In the tax cases and In this esse
there would be a penalty attached to each
case In which they . refused to sell a man
a ticket for 2 cents a mile If that was the
law as made by tha legislature. They
I have to wait until the law Is In effect for
a time and then try to make a case from
' the showing of their earnings."
Oerrlt Fort,' assistant general r-nfrr
agent of the Union Pacific, said tha mat
ter was entirely In the hands of the legal
department of that road.
"We have been preparing tariffs and
rates as fast as our clerks and tha printers
t can get them ready and will comply with
the law If It goes Into effect Thursday
morning. This applies only to stats rates,
as It will take up thirty days to Una up
tha Interstate rates to make them comply
with connecting and Interested roads and
after that thirty days' notice Is required
' from tha Interstate Commerce commission."
laloa PactBe'a Coarse.
, The Union Paclno Is sending out a clr
I cular letter to all its Nebraska agents tell-
lug them to use tha 1-cent fare for all Me
!"brsska local business, computing on the
working . time' card mileage between the
points wiinin me siaie. jnia is ine veai
that can be dona at present, owing to the
emergency clause of the bill, which pre
vented the proper publication of the tariff
by Wednesday. The printed tariff will be
f sent out later, aa soon as It can be had
from the printer. This will care for the
1 strictly Sntra-state business. The matter j
of Interstate business presents a much mora
f complicated problem and will be a long time
In its working out. ; '
Should Iowa adopt tha Z-cent fare an-
' other complication will be presented. In
fact, every rate In the United States will
' have to be revised by the Nebraska roads
In order to make their tariffs conform to
. the new law and base the Nebraska pro
portional on tha t-eent rate. For example,
the rata to Denver Is now figured at I
' cents on the short mileage, which Is the
Burlington. This brings the one-way rata
to fl6.15. Under tha 2-cent rata tha far to
Denver become 112,65, a difference of $3.60.
What the rigares show.
Her Is a table that has been prepared as
an experimental showing of how tha law
. will affect through tariffs and tha revenue
to tha Union Pacific from passenger business:
Statement showing- present rates from Omaha to Important western destinations,
rates concluded on basis of t cents par mile in Nebraska, and difference in Union
Pacific revenue which the adoption of the 2-oent rate In Nebraska would occasion: '
ry p y
11.00 S. 90
Colorado Springs 16.15
Pueblo 1 16
Ban . Francisco M.W
Xos Ang.. via Bait Lie 80.00
Spokane , 43.50
A To Denver. B To Ogden.
DR. CONNELL SMELLS MOUSE
TbJaka Smallpox Patlaat aad Ei
peases of His Treat meat Ba-
, loss ta Sarpy Coaaty.
Health Commissioner Connell Is of the
opinion Frank Bowman, who was admitted
Monday evening Into tha Emergency hos
pital with a severe case of smallpox, was
hunted over Into Douglas county by the
I nami on avsav met' I
I Always Delicious Purs I
I Wholeaoooa DigjsstibU I
I Oa0 Dox will mMko 1
A Happy Hornet
j Every Sealed Packs (a raarantaad
I Prn and Full Wetght
I Fms? 0asas mm4 Bssssrs as srnaiiy
I gas ssf tuu
I THC W ALTEC M. LOWNIT CO.
1 liaksrs of Cecas and Chocolataa
fk BOSTON, MA S-
. . iHM.vlim m
the style of a
110 skirt at
i jvj fi 1 1 tin pk m
In our Waxh Good department we are showing the nmtvut im
ported Novelties in 46-inch Batiste with graduated dot, gradur
ated stripes and graduated Agures running from large dot and .
figure at outer edge to the tiniest dot shown exclusively f Q
at Brandeis at, yard mf
25c SILK BRAIDS at 10c
Fancy Bilk Braids, Mohair braids
and dress trimming "v
braids, worth 2 Be AvG
yard, at, yard
They Lace In
Known to the
America as the
finest cor set
20c HANDKERCHIEFS 10c
These are embroidered on plain
worth 2c, at, 11 JC
Ladies' Turnover Collars at 5c
About 60 dainty patterns on bargain square, worth up to 25c ' 62-
each, at, each Dw
WALL PAPER NEWS
. ' The fact that we buy Wall Paper in such immense quantities gives
us discounts enjoyed by no other house. , You'll find just what you
want here at the lowest price in Omaha.
Regular 5c paper, at,. Best assortment of pa- 15c and 18c Gilt Pa
per pers with- 9 or 18-ln.pers, per
roll . ........ .2tl border, per roll 5roll .'8e
Sarpy county authorities. , .
Bowman knocked on the door of the hos
pital about I o'clock Monday evening and
was admitted by Dr. Strauss. Dr. Con
nell got Into telephonic ' communication
with the patient, who at first declared he
had been stripping- in a pouglas street
lodging house, but when pinned down by
Dr. Connell declared be took 111 on the
farm of Charles Prlns near Chalco and
waa taken in hand by Dr. Marquette of
DlfT. In U.
A 1 81
the Sarpy county board of commissioners.
Dr. Connell does not believe Douglas
county should pay for Sarpy county small-
pox patients and will so advise tha Sarpy
county authorities in a communication 1
attached to a bill when Bowman recover
ISAAC S. HASCALL WILL WED
At SeveatyTnrea ptoer Will Take
for Wlfa paaa-latar of Frlead
f His Yoata.
Judge Isaao S. Hascall. pioneer of Omaha,
prominent politician, lawyer and states
man, expects to be married during tha
coming . summer to Mrs. Portia Hawkins
Hotlson of Buffalo, N. T. Judge Hascall
Is six years past the three score years and
ten allotted aa the years of a man's life.
But he is still active of body and keen
of mind. He Uvea In his little home east
of Rlvervlew park among his books and
magasinea. There alona ha does consider
able writing and studying.
Ha cam to Omaha In 1866 and waa a
leader In affair for soma time. Ha was
very successful In his ventures and amassed
considerable money. Several years ago ba
and his wife were divorced and ha has
Uved alona since that time.
He knew tha woman be expects to marry
when she wss a girl. He and her father
used to study the plays of Shakespeare to
gether. Tha father was a great admirer
of the English poet and gave his daughter
the name of the character for whom he
had the greatest admiration. Young 11am
oall met tha girl and in their youth they
were very close friends. The young man,
however, went to the west before this could
ripen Into anything beyond friendship and
his life has been cast far away from her
since that time.
Following the separation from hla wlfa,
ha received a letter from tha girl ha knew
In his youth. Her husband had died and
she was alone. The correspondence grew
and with It the mutual attraction. Judge
Haacall ex pacta to go to his old home la
New York In the spring and there meet
again the girl whom In her later years he
has known only through letters and photo
graphs. ,- . .
Tha Raw Tark Tralaa
of tha Pennsylvania Short Una from Chi
cago are arranged for convenient leaving
and arriving hours. Their equipment aad
service could pot be better. Get Informa
tion about It by addressing W. If. How
land, T. P. Agt. TJ. & Bank Bid. Omaha.
avo You Tried on On. of Our
1907 Spring Suits?
If you haven't you'll not realize how be R
are' and what v range of style ft
this season's apparel.
J5he New Spring Suits
For Ladies and Misses
the reigning new Btyles Pony
broad shouldered effects etons,
reefer Btylea. etc all thet
fabrics and colors
THE BEST SILK PETTI
COATS that aver sold in
Best Silk the Best Workmanship
The Covert Box Coat for Spring
, Are the great favorites for spring very smart and
dressy we mention one special
Ladies' and Misses' Net Dresses
Made of net with lace Inserting wide tucks, etc
easily worth 117.00; a Wednesday 2?
special at .
One of Our
Are the Best
Mrs. and Mrs. Bregant the well
known little people from Council
Bluffs, will sell Woodward's Candy
from 12:80 to 6 P. M., Wednesday
afternoon continuing durrng the week,
thus giving the ladles an opportunity
to see and converse with Mrs. Bregant,
formerly Miss Ines Lewis of Council
The Habit of buying everything at
Courtney's, means a saving to the
BtATXJB tmVT AJTS BVOXrVTSEAT
60o sacks of Pure Buckwheat ... .40o
$1.75 Cans of Pure Maple Syrup. $1.85
Four Packages of Pancake Flour. .8 Be
fob rora tamtxt tsvabb
With each purchase of a dollar or
more, we give a 60c Bottle, of CalLf.
The folowlng low price- ought to
appeal to you.
Atherton Rye, (8 year old),
(full quart) .tut
1 bottle wine free.
Cedar Brook, formerly McBrler's
Bourbon, (full quart) ,ijj
1 bottle wine free.
Maryland Rye. (full quart) $1.00
1 bottle wine free.
(poartney & Co-
vat. Douglas M7. r
Private Exchange connect all Depts. U
Here, are a few of our money-saving
specials wa can offer you during this
loo Hurford's English Process Soap
(this Is a big k-os. glycerine soap,
guaranteed pure, during this sole
only, 6c per cake; box of 12 cakes.. ..60c
35o 4,11 White Koe Glycerine Soap,
'?r cak Uo
60c Soclete Hygienlque Soap, (at all
aale, per cake 4o
25c Santel Toilet Soap, during this
tlmes, per cake ....i 29c
2So SanlU4 Tallet Soap, during this
aale, per cake u0
260 Pears' Unseen ted Glycerine Soap,
o Lambert's LJsterlne Soap 17o
25o Batln Skin Soap n0
lOo Turkish Bath Soap, per cake 7o
25c Juvenile Soap, per cake 8c
If you have a pet brand, wa have It, and
can surely save you money, as wa cut on
all staple toilet soaps.
Beedon Drug Co.
Fifteenth and Firrum
FORMER NEWSBOY NOW EDITOR
Job a D. Rica, Omaha Ufa, Oa of the
Kdltara ( Central City
John D. Rica, a former Omaha news
paper boy and now co-editor with bis
brother of the Central City Republican, is
visiting in Omaha. Mr. Rice reports he
rode to Omaha on a full-fare ticket and
Is going to remain in Omaha until be
ran go back on a 2-oent baala Editor
Rlc said the Union Paclflo Is going to
build a new depot In Central City and
that the company has made no threats of
calling off this project on acount of rail
"We editors up our way are going to
charge the railroads tha same rates for
advertising space as wa charge our home
merchant," Mr. Rica said,
1 tom rooD ami
Mrs. and Mrs. Bregant the well 1
known little people from Council S
OMAITA WRATH ETC FORECAST
rrS TrrT7TfI TrT
h r i iv l
Ladies' Home Journal Patterns
IP-;-. SPRING STYLE BOOK.
A riCe INCLUDING PATTERN.
Contains 120 pages, 1,500 Illustrations. FREE COUPON WITH
EACH COPY GOOD FOR TEN CENTS CASrt TO APPLY ON A PAT
TERN UP TO JUNE "FIRST. PATTERN BOOTH Harney Entrance.
Easily mastered, yet probably the highest
art a woman of. taste can acquire. Hints,
helps and Instructions so clear and simple.
SHADOW, WALLACHIAN and 11IE1ER
Everything complete, In sealed envelopes, up
New Designs for Stamping.
Harney Aisle Left
This sprint; we are better prepared than
ever to sell Long Gloves In Kid, Cha
mois, Silk and Lisle. The Kid Gloves are
our own Importation from Grenoble,
France the greatest glove center in the
world. They are fastened at the wrlat
with 3-claaps and come In all leading shades
Double Green Trading Stamps In Glove section
ana twenty ureen Trading; Stamps.
Bennett's Capitol Oats, page 206
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
Pickles, aas't., S bottles 25o
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
Naw Ilao n, irk ..r.. r
SUITS- , ,
a suit, ..at ,
Granulated Sugar Doable Grees Trad- -Af . l
lug- Stamps. f
"Best We Have'' Tomatoes, large can.l5o. '.sjwl
Ana Ten oreen Trading stamps. v -4v
Fifteen thousand packages Flower and
Vegetable 'Seeds, pkg ,....24o IV. t '
urape rums, pKg..., ioa
Toasted Corn Flakes, S pkgs.25o '
Oil Sardines, can 4o
'Baked Beans, can 4a
Corn, can . . Bo
Peas, can 6o
Easter, tfi S&l
. Eggs, 9Bfor
California Sultana Raisins, pound
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
Diamond S Fruits, small lot, can
v And Fifty Green Trading Stamps.
Fancy . Candy
Eggs, 6 for
Three Star Salmon, can
Onr $2.00 Boys' Shoe is a i
So parents think who have
been buying them for their i
) -, "
We selected good cased calf for
these shoes; had " them double
soled and etrongly made; looked
after all the little details In mak
ing, and sell them for the reason
able price of $2.00.
Somebody, somew here
may be selling as good a
Boys' Shoo for the same
money, but we've yet to see
FRY SHOE CO.
Uih and Douglas Struts
When wa took Inventory wa found wa
ara overstocked on toilet soaps. Wa want
to close thsm out. Wa have them aU In
our north window, and the following
prlcea should Interest you.
6c Good As Gold Glycerine I tor to, or
l.2b per box of 60 cakes.
10c Checkerboard Coooanut OU-r6c or
II. per box of i cakes. '
ttc box California Violet Soap, (three
cakes) lc per box.
26c Glycerine Soap three cakes), 10c box
260 box Tar Soap (three cakes) ltfc box
26c box Witch H&xel iiuap (three .cakos)
10c per box.
J6c Cutlcura Soap, 10c per cake.
Wa k(H-p all popular brands of toilet
soaps and sell at cut prices. The abova.
however, are "Special Values."
L1YERS-D1LL0I1 DRUG CO.,
lta aaa JTanasm ma.
Out Spring Hosiery
Is arriving dally. We
Imported our Hosiery
last fall from Chem
nitz, Germany, antici
pating the advance
which puts us In a po
sition to sell foreign
hosiery cheaper than
other stores can buy
ERED HOSE, pair
Double Green Trading
Stamps in Hosiery.
"If IV$ From Bennett's It's Good."
Bennett's Big Grocery
wnoTAj, orrxjts ros wssstessat ajtd thvbs.
DAT raiSBT TABU PRODUCTS,
Naval Oranges, dozen 15c
Bennett's Capitol Coffee, 1-lb. package. 28o
And Thirty Green Trading Starnps.
Teas, your choice, pound 4So
And Forty Green Trading- Stamps.
Bennett's Capitol Wheat, 2 pkgs.. ..20o
Mince Meat, I pkgs
Ana Twenty ureen Trading Stamps.
Bhredded Codfish, 3 pkgs 2 So
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
Wiggle Stick Bluing, sticks 25o
. And Ten Oreen Trading Stamps,
targe' Santa Clara California Prunes, worth 10o lb.,
pound at ...be
Diamond C Soap, 8 bars (So
Maine Corn, t cans, 2Bo; dosen ...i.. ............ ,99a
Table Pears, large can l&o
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
Jap Rice, fine, 2 pounds ..Ho
And .Twenty Green Trading Stamps. .
Egg-O-See, pkg .' lOo
And Ten. Green Trading Stamps. ,
New York Full Cream Cheese, pound .....20o
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
Swiss Domestic Cheese, pound ......!5u
And Twenty Oreen Trading Stamps. .,
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
What 10c Will
In Our Bakery
Almond Sponge Cake, each.
Cookies, all kinds, one dozen.
Molasses Cup Cakes, one dozen
Baking Powder Biscuits, one
Vienna Rolls, one dozen.
Parker House Rolls, one dozen.
Zwelbach, one dozen.
Desert Wafers, half pound.
German Coffee Cake.
Pullman Bread, per loaf.
Boston Brown Bread, per loaf. '
Balduff's bakery goods are al
ways wholesome and good.
Served After Matinees
1518-20 Farnam St. 'Phona Ti t
STCP USING OLD SMOXT BURNERS
Aa4 Mns for o
asw Mfr bura.rm.
eur eoppw and tlso suit
aiucnmat atk s 1
Tbl burnar will Dal
n u Burn oil
will sot wnako ekli
or lamp c.umot .j
Burnar will Uat a
1 1 ma. . dim
', claan llxht and
aoi hiiH . n ..ill.
Iba bad odor artaln trum
karaaana Tot lha oaxt v
a win aaod oua
ot thaao burnar prapald
to your addnaa oa rm
oalpt at 4ta In ataiaoa
U aflar uhd tt d.ra If
sot aatlafaotory ratura
burnar; wa wtU rafand
full prloo paid, nado la
Noa. 1 aad I barsara.
oao"- -mmr- aasa uraar toaay.
Aduroaa Saatr Burn Co.. Box. ttti. Lincoln. Maa.
The Twentieth Century Farmer
Haavokes the Pualtry Kaisers. -
SCHOOLS AND COIXKGKS.
X)LXOKC-laasteaL octaotlla. phlloobicai aou
AC ADtMlT Aa aecradllaa klxh school praoaras
b.llavua or any otter colta at anlvarailv.
IOHMAL SCHOOL BlaaiaoiarT aad ad
oounaa- ( .rll n. Lra araalao.
CONa,KVAToKy TLaory at muala, piano, valoa,
vlulm, olocutloa and art.
OMAHA tX)KNaCTlu-lClactrU llua and Burllog-
ta railway. Four Modars DoraaUoffloa
Atdjaas fraaldant WaSaeuna, Imuo.m, siaa.
Unrivaled Bargains in
THE RKLJABLK STORK ,
LADIES' 50c LISLE VESTS 15c
A great lot of fine lisle thread Vests, silk taped and with lace trimmed yokes
front and back, worth regularly up to 60c garment Wednesday at,
LADIES VK8T8 In spring weight, with
long sleeves and high-neck, 26c
values, special at 15
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S JERSEY
KNIT VESTS AND PANTS, worth up
to 25c garment, on sale
at ...-10 nd 5
NEW SPRING STYLES IN HART. SHAFFNER MARX CLOTHING
NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION
Suils, Top Coais and Cravenettes
PERFECTION IN STYLE, QUALITY, FIT AND FINISH
Be Sure and Mtend Our Famous
Hourly Sales Wednesday.....
FROM 0 TILL 10 A. M.
We will sell 100 pieces of full standsrd
Indigo Blue Prints, regularly 8 l-3c
grade, not over 10 yards to a cus
tomer, at, per yard 4C
FROM 10:80 TILL 11:30 A. M.
We will sell Silkollne, 36 Inches wide,
regular 10c grade, not over 12 yards
to a customer at, per yard 2
FROM 1:30 TILL 2:30 P. M.
We will . sell BO dosen Towels, one of
our famous Towel sales in Huckaback
and Turkish, regularly 15c grade, not
, over four pair to a customer at,
each . .." '. . .7C
FROM 3:00 TO 4:00 P. M.
100. .White Bed Spreads, regular size,
regular $1.25 and $1.50 grade, and
only one spread to a. customer, at,
FOR ALL DRY
We will sell Apron Check Ginghams at, per yard ......")
Tolle Du Nords and A. F. C.'b full standard 12c Ginghams at, per yard.. .5
12ftc Muslins at, per yard. .. .8Ht 1 25c Towels at, each '12
35c Sheetings at, per yard 27 tl 1 bleached Linens at, per yard. -50d
$1.25 bleached Linens at. per yard .753
Thousands of other Bargains too numerous to mention for Wednesday.
Read'These Prices and See What You Can
Buy Wednesday for 5 Cents
3 packages Carpet Tacks, regular price
10c, sale price .....DC
Tack Hammers, regular price . 10c, sale
price . .' 5c
Gravy Strainer, regular price 10c, sale
Potato Mashers, regular price 10c, sale
Wire Broilers, .regular price 10c, sale
price . . ., 5e
Soap Shakers, regular price lOo, sale
Wire Table Mats, regular price 10c,
sale price . -5
Mixing Spoons, regular price 10c, sale
Egg Turners, regular price 10c, sale
Dover Egg Beaters, regular price 10c.
Haydens', the Greatest
Comb sra onr vrloes with what von ara
paying for tha same roods elsewhere.
aa lbs. sb si rvma gaits Ajrv-
lVATXa) BVOAS fl.OO
Egg-O-bee Breakfast Food, per pkg... So
Toasted Corn Flakes, per pkg Uc
Wiggle Stick Bluing, per stick iUc
6 lbs. best hand picked Navy Beans... 15e
lbs. Breakfast Rolled Oatmeal 164
t-lb. cans friweet Sugar Corn., HC
Horseradish, per bottle ...eo
H-lb. rans Breakfast Cocoa loo
Bromangelon, Jellycon or Jello, per
1-lb. package Grandma Mince Meat oo
Gallon cans Pure New Orleans Mo
lasses , 33e
10-lb. sacks best Pure Buckwheat
Oallon cans Plums, Peaches or Apples J9o
XLrUB aVBTO IUTTES BAJaB WEDBTES
DAT. Strictly No. 1 fresh Country Eggs,
per dosen 18o
Fancy Dairy Butter, per pound ...... ,83o
Fancy Separator Creamery Butter,
per pound fl7o
Fancy full cream Wisconsin Cheese,
per pound loo
pa.no i i vii i i -r
TALL in tho
TWO corn crops are raised each year
in this wonderful land and tha rich
est, biggest, finest ears of corn yoo
ever saw. The farmers of that section
market from 40 to 70 bushels per acre
with very little irrigation. ,
Go and See It
' Why not take a trip down there and sea
this land which you can buy now for S2S an
acref Talk to owners who clear from 1300
to 1500 per acre in vegetables who net IX)
per acre in alfalfa who sell sugar crops
from 200 acres for f 17.300 who raise 24.000
lba. of onions from one acre and sell at 24
cents per pound. These are the things they
are doing in the Gulf Coast Country. They
ara getting double yield from this
tha soil is rich and tha climate is
there and the people not only make money
but they keep healthy. Tha air is dry there s
do dampness, irrigation feeds tha crops and
yon can have tha water from your own artesian
well every month is a producing month.
Right now, while yonr farm Is idlt, write
ma a postal for a 75 page book on the Texas
Gulf Coast Country read it let ma send you
the names of people who own some of this land
write to them. Then go down there aud -back
for $23 from Chicago, $20 from fct. Louis,
and correspondingly low rstes from other
points. Sixteen carloads of people went down
on our excursion of January 13th I
Write ma today and let me tell yo more.
JOHN SEBASTIAN. rssseaer Traffic Maaaar,
ROCK ISLAND a FRISCO
CHICAGO A EASTERN ILLINOIS
We can give you any InXonnation you wish ron(niing the
Gulf Coast Country of Texas. Call on, or write us.
JARDON & DIXON
Rock Island-'Frisco Immiirration Acemts.
Boom 62Q Beo Bids. , r-r Bone Bed 3JL57a fimJtoai.
LADIES' MUSLIN GOWNS, nicely
trimmed, odd lots and sample gar
ments, worth to $2. OS and 75
LADIES' MUSLIN SKIRTS, with deep
lace flounce, odd lots and samples,
worth to 3 at $1.50 and 08
Wool Dress Goods
FROM 9:30 TILL 10:30 A. M.
We will sell 46 and 60-lnch new
spring all wool Suitings in shadow
checks and shadow plaids, regular
$1.00 and $1.50 goods, only oue pat
tern to a customer at, per yard 334)
FROM 2:00 TILL 8:00 P. M.
We will sell Strictly all wool Batiste,
; regularly 75c grade, In all colors and
blat k, evening shades as well as other
shades, and only one pattern to a cus
tomer at, pur yard .'33
Thousands of other Bargains in this
Department for all day.
Garden Weeders, regular price 10c,
sale price 5c
Nickel Stove Lifters, regular price 10c,
sale price .5c
Tooth Picks, regular price 10c, sale
price , 5
Can Openers, regular price 10c, sale
price . 5c
Sink Cleaners, regular price 10c, sale
Large 10-qt. Tin Pall, regular price
26c, sale price . .a. 5c
Hundreds of other Bargains, too nu
merous to mention. The greatest bargains
ever offered to the people of Omaha. You
must sea them to realise tha enormous
values for your money.
Remember, Wednesday In ' ' our Mam
moth Basement. Come early to get first
Grocery, Dept. ,btwst
OKlEA'l OSBATX8T nEN TMVXT
AID VHOITaJbl MAJtKXZ
Turnips or Carrots, per pound 10
H nt khu irnjt FanniDI. Uaall. White.
Red or Yellow Onions, per pound... lHe
Fresh Spinach, per peck ..lea
Pie Plant, per puncn ...oa
2 heads fresh Leaf Lettuce ...........Bo
Larse Head Lettuce ....So
Large head fresh Cabbage Bo
Fancy Klpe Tomatoes, per pound.,,. uho
Large Imported Figs, per pound lOo
I bunches fresh Beets 6a
Fancy Luto Red Cranberries, per qt., 60
Fancy Cooking Figs, per pound 7Ho
Fancy Extra Large, Juicy and Sweet .
Highland Navel Oranges, worth
everywhere 60c per dosen, our price,
per dosen . ...a... 890
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Wa have Just received 1,000 pounds
fancy Chinook Salmon, which we
are going to place on sale Wednes
day, per pound lflMe
Extra fancy large Norway Mackerel,
regular price 16c each, for this
sale, each 10a
Large kegs fancy Melchner Herring,
per keg 7M
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