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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1907)
TTTE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, MARCH. 30, 1007.
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! f fj I In Spring 5
i.&l Shades 5
l Gloves for Easter!
12 and 16-Button Elbow Length Gloves
CA $1.95 and $2.98
"We have just received nil
Dew lots . of the real French
Suede and Glace Mousquetaire
Gloves. These are the very
beet French makes, 12 and 16
button length white, black,
red, also some browns
iTOi; ii nJhT The 12-button Kid fl
$i3Z Gloves go at,
The 16-button, elbow
length Gloves iro
7 1 .............
Ladies' elbow-length, 16-button Silk Gloves, black, white
and gray very best quality, includ
ing Jvayser's z prices
LADIES' SHORT KID GLOVES
Two-clasp Kid Gloves, black and colors, very CI ft
special, on bargain square, pair OC
16-Button Elbow Length Lisle Gloves 16-button QO
lisle silk finished gloves, black and colors, pair...OC
Short Lisle Gloves Short lisle silk finished, 2-
clasp glove, black only, at, pair , . . . .wDC
Ladies' Lightweight Underwear
Women's sleeveless vests, fine
quality, lace trimmed,
worth 25c, at, each. .... 12 C
Women's fine ribbed, lace trim
med umbrella pants
good sizes, at pair.,
Women's swlss ribbed. Bilk finish
ed mercerised vests, jj
worth 60c, at JC
Misses' and children's ribbed
gauze vests and pants, f r
worth 25c, at... IDC
Shamrock, lawn and
and fancy colored
Imported for Easter
all the latest styles,
bows, stocks and
Ladles' and men's
plain lisle and all
over lace, great va
riety of styles, worth
up to 60c, at, pair
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I luaranfee (
II hMMiJiiusiimjiiwjassLusMi si sfi ! irsrrii sT i i r ,J-
reat Easier Sales
15 Dig Bargains Squares and All Filled
With Extra Specials for Easier Shoppers'
Children's j Children's Knit 1 Ladles' Fine Medallion
S9c :h....15c S?. 4c
SX$& Knit (j uns Neckwear
Ail New Styles -at I for aprinc.
50c : 6lc-10c-15c 1Qc
'MP.A If If '"J. ,W-'i."J' fPJl fmSMVSl li'lllft 'liTOI.'nr'JiSi'B Sl!aBll.g;.'L!' Wi'PPP
LaKfdrS ri2Sc,Wa.h Men's Collars
IRQ olHOLtS, III SlZet, i Tun-ovtri, atoofca. a mad to sail at
39c s 49c b2C rh' 1c
LUiwim i.'yrvra : ,y
Ladies' Fine Ladies' Elbow Length Eri.f-r
Hon!or Mercerized Black rfy-?rS
.St15c( ..cJC sE..25c
fa.wraioiiTTITrirf - m.m.im.sstSTMMtsMslw liUNj.'- -
Children's Fast Ladles' Fine f f II I IflPRY
MitmioM ribbed hose l."!:- "..".L
QlQCKinQS BIO BARCAIN "" HATS, Worth
71c 10C ?r $1
values .... " u
' H '
MILLINERY IN BASEMENT
1,000 rwitly-to-wear ladies,' misses' and children's Ilats
at 25c and 39c, 'worth $1 and $1.50. These are all fresh,
up-to-date Hats, trimmed with quills, fancy feathers and
ribbons and go at 25c and 39c in our millinery base-ment-25
ON SPECIAL BARGAIN SQUARE
3,000 pairs of boys 75c wool straight or bloomer O
Bo ji' Confirmation
Knee Pants Suits at
Long PanU Suits
Easter Sale of Shoes in Basement
Women's Dongola or patent
colt high shoes or
Men's 13.50 fatln Calf
Boys' St vlcl and box n
calf shoes J
Children's Shoe at 50 and 75
Women's one and two
strap slippers ,
HN ORDER to make the Alfred
Benjamin & Co.'s Suits as
popular in Omaha as they are in
other big cities we offer you the
same suits that are sold in New
York, Chicago Philadelphia Bos
ton, Kansas City Denver, etc., at
They can . only be compared
with the kind tailors make to order
from $40.00 to $50.00
1519 and 1521
Stylish Clothes for Easter
THE RELIABLE 8T9RB
Particular People Appreciate Our ClolhivsCJ
The reason is quickly apparent to anyone who will take tho 1
trouble to investigate. There's just enough difference in stylo to I
make them exclusive Ihey ry
just enough bettor in quality todf
stamp them the best. They're
- perfect in fit and tho price is
only about half what custom
made garments with no better
style quality or fit would cost
you. Tho delivery of this kind
of values is what has built up
our enormous clothing business.
Our Spring showing of Hart,
Schaffner & Marx hand-tailored
Clothing is by far tho finest wo
have ever shown tho most per
fect garment stylo and quality!
ever offered at the prices. Suits, '
$15.00 $18.00 $20 00 i
$22.50 $25 to $32.50
Copyright 1907 by
Hart Rrhiffher & Marx
Cravenetto Coats All the sea
son's latest styles, at
$15.00 $18.00.$20.00 I
$22.50 and $25.00 A
TOP COATS In many differeitj
shades and patterns, all Wool
fabrics and hand-tailored, at
$12.50 $15.00 and $18
XOR AN EXQUISITE DISPLAY OF
Medium Priced Millinery that Conarms with
the Ideas of the Stylish" Dresser
Hundreds of the Most Exquisite Pattern Hats
Saturday Absolutely Every Hat on Sale
1090 BEAUTIFUL DRESS HATS HUNDREDS OF STYUSH STREET HATS
Save from $3 U $10 on Your New Spring Hat
Millinery Never Beore S Pretty or Priced so Reasonably.
COME EARLY 1508 DOUGLAS ST. GET FIRST SELECTION
Boys' and Children's Suits The most complete line ever shbwn
for $1.50 to $7.50
Saturday Sale on Shoes
1,200 pairs Men's Goodyear "Welt, vici kid, patent colt and box
calf, $3.50 and $4.00, Eegent union made Shoes, at. ... . .$2.50
Children's Good Goat Lace, patent tip Shoes, at 75
Ladies' 4-button patent tip Blucher Oxfords, worth $2.50. $1.50
Ladies' Iland Turned Omaha made Slippers ....$1.00
Ladies' Leather and Serge Easy House Slippers at $1.50
I can safely nay that my line
f Neckwear for the Easier Trade
ia larger and fuller than any ever
shown in Omaha prices ranging
No Matter What You Want
Pee Want Ads Will Get It
The boya will all want new shoes
for Easter, and they should have
Easter comes but once a year, and
It la rlsht and proper that the boys'
feet should be dressed In a nice, new
pair of shoes.
W are better prepared this year to
please the boys than we have aver
been at any other prevloua aeaaon.
Our stock Is larger, our styles bet
ter and the prices the same:
Boys' slses, 1ft to 6tt. 2.t0.
Youths' sizes. 1 to 1. tt-15.
Little genU' alxea. 10 to 13 hi.
Extra, salesmen to wait on the boya
jp4 l fmSVtttT&WWWlTWl MWihJnilTII
Drcxcl Shoe Co.
1419 Farnara St.
Try The New Way
an STEAM LAUNDRY
ni So. UUi Street
aa to.itTH H
A Bracelet tor Easter
or a Gilt Hand Bag,
Card Case. Waist
Set, Back Comb,
Silver Novelties of
Coma in and hava a look
anyway, you are welcome,
! ll aA r III 0
Complete Stock of Gloves (t rjp ' S
Canes in Endless Variety WMM
Albert Cahiv ,lfm T
.,", , SHIRT MAKER
; MEN'S FURNISHER M , -.fJtJ
"T""mn ","""""'n,r,r" 1322 Farnam St. OMAHA XM " EX
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Vmr m ' " "A T m a
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Omly 0 Dollar sv Year.
CENTRAL COAL H
AND COKE CO.J&
Our Easter Footwear Wins
Admiration at Every Hand
The new styles are attracting
the attention of alt good dresners.
Hetter shoes were never shown
Everybody will want new shoes
we've a host of most dainty crea
tions. Both In extreme or conservative
Oxfords. Ribbon Ties, Pumps,
Slippers, VVhlte Footwear, etc.
$3.03, $3.50, $4.00 to
FRY SHOE CO.
iih and Douglas Streets
The Twentieth Century Farmer
Peat yara Pape-laWcribe few,
All the Latest Styles of Up-to-Date Footwear '
at Popular Prices.
Ladies' Pat. Colt Oxfords, $3.50, $3.00 and $2.50
Ladies" Pat. Colt Pumps, welt or turn sole $3.50-
Ladies' Gun Metal Pumps 93-00
Ladies' Vici-Kid Oxfords, $3.00, $2.50 and ....... .$2 00
e are showing a complete lino of Misses' and Children's
Shoes and Slippers at $2.00 and .1 50
T.B. N0RRIS ra.S"?
ROCK CANDY SNAP
We purchased a lot of Rock Candy for leas than it la worth and are thus atila
sell it for less tnan It is worth and still make a profit. We are not claimlnic to
In the drug tulneK for fun we make a profit and you, Mr. or Mrs lluyer ?ooi
t for the merchant who In always selling- his wares for the "lssa thaa oost" price 1
One pound freuli, clean Hannafras Bark.
Una pint leuaturea Aioonoi.
One pint Wood Alcohol
One quart Ix-natured Alcohol.
One Kallon Denatured Alcohol
75c Kdf-Uerieratlnir Alcohol 8tove for.
lift; uraiiis u'""" , .....,.,, AO
The bed! u sasn Is fast aj.proachlriK. Don't let them ret a start t'hi.
but kill 'em aU o. 16c pint, JSo uuart. 60c half gallon or ue gallon. Delivered any
place (same aa anything we sell) In Omaha, Kuuth Omaha. Fort Omaha, "ort Crook,
liellevue and Council liluffs. special Agents for Mine. Yale Remedies.
SCHAEFER'S CUT PRICE DRUG STORES
Omaha Corner 16th and Douglas Sta.: 16th and Chicago Hit. South Omaha N W
fVir. ?4rh and N Sl Oomuill ninfl'r.h A v. liui u.. i
The drugglsta who don't hava to substitute.
Thir. floor. Ptxtort BUck.
Ili.heit Cr&io Dcnliitrjr.
' to rao
Otfica hours. 00 to s:30 a m linn
p. in. Telephone Harney 639
OMAHA VETERINARY H0SPITAU
X810 Xiiiii Street, Omaha, lib,
IL L. Ramacclottl, D. V. 8., Deputy Btata
aud City Vetrinarln. food Li--y,x uJtZ
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