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TITF, OMAITA DAILY BEE: TODAY. APRTL 10. 1903.
PRAIRIE PARR SEW ADDITION
Stretch of Land Forth of Citj Bought
ANOTHER PLACE FOB. NEW HOMES
Mcrsasm- B. Pftfrt Bays Farnt at
Half Stloa Scar Tekasaah,
Makisja; T terra Tknuit
Arm la All.
"rrsirts rark" Is to be tha nime of a
new addition to tha cWjr north of Ames
avenue and between Twenty-fifth avenue
and Twenty-seventh street.
A syndicate haa been organised with
W. A. Paxtoa. Jr.. H. B. Peters, B. J. Bean
nall and Frank Ransom, which bought the
property from George A. Hoaglarid a.nd It
will be handled through tha Fax ton Real
Estate company. The tract conalata of
ten acrea of land almost perfectly level
and In A neighborhood which la rapidly
building up with good home.
Tha syndicate will build new homei on
tha property during the coming season and
surveyors went to work Thuraday laying
tt out Into city lota.
' Bat tha plan for handling the property
la different from tha uaual method. None of
tha lota Will be sold for speculative pur
poses, the company planning to build homea
for buyers, the plana and arrangements
all being agreed on before the houses are
atarted. Many restrictions will be en
forced which will Insure a high clase neigh
borhood. There will be no board fences
nor sheds and everything la to be modern.
Patera Bays Aaotaer Fa rat,
Herman B. Peters.' proprietor of the Mer
chants hotel, has Just completed the pur
chase of 230 acrea ot farm land one mile
east of Tekamall, paying In cash at the
rale of S0 an acre', nr $19,ano for the whole.
The land was bought from W. M. Hope
well, son of Lieutenant Governor Hopewell,
and ev-r acre of It la said to bn tillable.
The fiu i Is situated on the low lying land
eaat of Tekamah, which haa recently . come
Into value because of the syatem of drain
age which has bwn put In use to redeem It,
Mr. Peters has alno been buying some farm
land around Grand 'Inland, which with the
farm at Tekamah makes a total of 8.000
acres which he haa recently purchased.
VALUE OF DR. MERCER ESTATE
X early Fair llandred Tkoaaaad I)o.
' lavs, aad Inheritance Tas
The estate of Ihe late' D. 8. I). Mercer
was worth ITo.AIS, according to the ap
praisement filed Thuraday In county court
by Sidney W. Smith, the appraiser. Of this,
1340,(30 wns represented by atock in the
8. 1. Mercer Heal Kstate company, which
held' practically all of ' the real property
in the estate.' Park View, the homestead;
was valued lit tM.600. and personal property
made up tha rest of tho amount.
The Inheritance tax. amounting to t3.&61.78,
was paid to the county treasurer, Thursday.
latere la a Flro
or bruised by. a fall, apply Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve. Cures burns, wounds, sores,
e semar piles. 'Guaranteed. 25c. For sals
by Beaton . Prug Co.
1 jgj .. . .i JS.
Omaha's Pure Food Center.
Restaurant on 2nd Floor s
the Brightest. Neatest, Airiest $
ana most economical uooa Res
taurant, tn Omaha.
dowa. Take your noonday lunch u
Fresh Baby Halibut,
Special Roll Herring,
two for 5,4 M!
Inspect the first arrivals from
oar hundred Genuine Spring N
lAmbe, which we are baying U
Klllnd and EanMallv nmanil tnr fS
our Easter Trade.
j majB XMiaigaBai sTta. Vksms Stave 67
Ready for you In many larta. In two
beat known men's iln-i.
Select yours at tha
VsIk Over , She?, Stcre
814 South lsta Street,
(Four Honrs 8. Beaton lrug Co
so. a. Totrsojt, vraik-on
WaLli IsT DSTKOXT
Cor. Aae-ma At a. aad Iera at
Id Ue center of tha Theater, boop.
Ding and Business District.
4 It Cart Cafe. Oiili Room
ITSBY OOJ WIT BATS.
KATZ. tlM MI AJfD U
fc. W. TV1.1, srop.
M. A. Ik.' Mgr.
Friday Extra S pecial!
We have made unusual preparations for this event.
All odd lots, broken bolts and large pieces, all lengths,
will go at wonderful bargains.
High Grade Wash Fabrics
IN OUR BASEMENT FRIDAY
Arnold's swiss applique that ever popular fabric,
here Friday in a fine range of new spring and sum
mer tinted grounds usually sold at 25c yard, f yt
in waist and dress lengths, Friday, yard . . . i2C
Remnants imported silk finished voiles black and
the delicate shades for evening wear special f A
price, per yard 11 C
Six, eight and ten yard lengths India Linon that is
better than the regular 10c grade will be
placed on sale, at, per yard
Ten to twenty yard
apron check glng-
ham, at, per
New printed cotton
challles Just the
thing for re-covering
comfort- 1 -ers.
etc., yd.. .2C
The genuine Henley serge In
plaids, stripes and checks,
that are exact copies of other
1.00 wool goods
off the bolt, yard -'C
Full standard dress
calicoes, same grade
worth to buy whole
sale at 6c
yard, at 2C
One of the finest
. lots of soft finished
long cloths ever
placed on special
per yard .
Hl(fh STRrle oft fin
Ish black and colored
a splendid new lot
Just received f f"
from the mill, I JjC
sale price, yd.
checked snd fancy
lace striped white
goods. Including pret
iv .wisecs, would be
cheap at, yard, l&c.
We offer a new lot
of S.noo yards
at, yard ,
- " nr.
Beginning at 1:30 we will
sell remnants yard wide
muslins, cambric and long
cloths that are better than
the regular quality,
at, per yard
B B H BT
Special--50c Silks 15c Yard
Plain and fancy imported llabutai silks, in two and
three-tone effects, Roman stripes, checks, barred and
changeable effects, positively worth 50c yard, J C
as long as they last, per yard RLr
Hundreds of Silk Remnants
Plain and fancy taffetas, messalines, rough silks, fancy
silk suitings, Jap silks, pretty foulards, etc., worth
up to $2.00 a yard, at, per yard 25c to 49c
$1.25 Silks at 79c Yard 36-inch black oil boiled taf
fetas a manufacturer closes out to us for cash their
fine high grade taffetas and we offer the entire lot
Friday worth $1.25 a yard on bargain 7 CI
snuare. at. rer vard m
' 10,000 Yards of Lace at Hall Price
Samples and Odi Lets Praia a N. Y. Iaparter.
Fine narrow laces and insertlngs Point Russe French
Vals. German Torchons Imitation Clunys .-many to
match This is an eiceptional offer they have been
much admired in the window on bargain square, yard
Embreidarios at Sc and 10c Yard
Corset cover widths afso medium and wide edges, Inser
tions snd headings many hand loom fa g
embroideries inlthis lot neat designs C allJC
many to match, at, per yard .'
Notice of Special Sale NEXT SATURDAY
Rose Bushes (y.Vr:do5.d) 10c Each
This will be the greatest sale of its kind ever held In
Omaha. Thousands of extra heavy rose bushes, up to 3 feet
tall, In assorted colors will bloom this summer nur
serymen would ask BOc your choice at r
' Brandels, Saturday, each 1UC
Here's a Splendid Opportunity for Women Who Can
Wear Shoes in Sample Sizes.
DIG SALE OF WOMEN'S
In Sizes 2y2, 3, Zy2 and 4 Widths A B and 0,
FINEST HIGH SHOES AND OXFORDS From Laird
Schober Co., Selby Shoe Co., Duttonhoffer and Todd
Co.'s Bought Through a Boston Jobber.
the low shoes
Two eyelet ties, pumps,
THE HIGH SHOES
Lace, button and blucher
turn and welt soles pat
ent colt, vici
kid and demi
oxford tics and southern
ties in tans and black
welt and turn soles.
POSITIVELY THESE ARE
$3.50, $1 and $5 SHOES
and OXFORDS, at
1 1 t. 4 4
BEAUTIFY YOUR LAWN
with oar Iroa aad Wire fsaos. Tralllsss aad Arbors tot
vlnsa, flower fuarda, caairs, asttsss, (mm, tna (aarda,
bitchlaf poata. window foarda, bara flxtoxaa aad caioasa
CHAMPION FENCE COMPANY
61T-1S Santa lsth Strsai. Tslsphaaaa Done. 160.
Sana for CUl1o(u. inH A-HlX.
Bee Want Ads Produce Rcsulls
3rd Annual Silverware Sale Saturday J
Black Dress Goods
Mil B mn
An itraordinary Friday Sal
on the choicest black goods
20 pieces such as Chiffon I'annnins. RntlKtrs Tsmran Wnol TaffolftS.
Voiles, and Topllns, strictly now. desirable fabrics, never . f Q
sold anywhere under $1.00 and $1.25. This ono day sale at. . . OOC
DUck Wash Silks I Here' the be9t dollar silk you can buy. It is
' washablo and the ideal stlk for summer
dresseB snd walsls. This quality Is now selling; in Omaha stores at
$1.00, (three yards to make a waist), Friday only, at al- , 'in,,
most a third value, yard .jJC
DUck Taffeta Silk I J,l8t flve P,pces- bpBt $1.39 taffetas we have.
1 guaranteed oil boiled, rich beautiful finish.
and plenty of weight to it, remarkably low priced
Black Sateen, fine black sunburst
silk and Lucenta satins, always
35c, in remnants,
36-lnch Sateens, all colors, also
black spun glass1, all worth 25c,
good lengths, Q
at yard OC
15c German Calicoes.. "
15c Dress Ginghams. . .
1 So I'ntln. Uiillln.. !
18c Galabea Cloths .
35c Erab. Linen Voiles
THREE STAMPS On All D omestic
INSTEAD OF ONE Purchases Saturday.
3 Stamps for
every 10 cents
You ' Spend.
THE USUAL FRIDAY SJ V 7TC
BARGAIN IN THF. OUi I
ar made t0 make Fr,dy specials the strongest of the
rnti.ti ne 8 Btr,k,nK "ample. Fine all wool tailored Suits In
1 l3L7ery "ew "-terlal and color. They are V m mm C
modified Prince Chap effects and all are superbly T J .75
tailored. This offering Is a wonder for it embraces H sVV -Suits
worth to $20.00 for only r-fs JiT
$2.95 For Silk Petticoais
lng so it s well to be prompt. Ifs a typical Bennett Bargain
Friday Bargain Day Corsets
m Jm?.:' n"wn mf."n from mat wPlt nn ..i
oood strong dollar corsets from
"" aoon nousn cornpta
With flowers w.Ka. qu.11S and ponps. .'Ve'rV "ESffl
t-.522:-.5"o, sio.00. sis.oo
d with . mi,ir,i 7,T-u -cTrrct thins:, too. A htah crown h.t
stunnng new styles
made with a combln
now all tho raRe.
atlon of Rajah and fancy straws,1
MEN'S COVERT $lf
AND RAIN COATS at 1U
Friday, a sreat special drive In sty
lish tan covert top costs. In he beat
Spring; styles, Including Prlestley'a
Cravenette . Rain Coats. These sre
surprising value for the materials
ara vary good and the tailoring first
class, values fully a CIA flfl
half more JpXU.UU
100 Pieces Enamelware in a big
Friday 'ale: Wash Basins, Cups.
Pudding Pans, Dippers, Fry Pans,
Sauce Pans; Pie Pans, etc., while
lot lasts choice at 5$ and 10
OHBiP CVTXZBT PECXAb
75d White Metal Knives and Forks,
set of U knives and six forks, per
White Metal Teaspoons, set of 7o
Whits Metal Tahlespoons, set of 16o
Cocobola handle Knives and Forks,
set of six for 420
Steel Lawn Rakes, 24 tine 380
And 20 Ureen Stamps.
Spading Forks, best . ...78o and 880
And 20 Green Rtamps.
Steil Rakes, extra good SOo and 30o
And 20 Oreen Stamps.
Steel Hues, a good quality as low
Poultry Wire, tn full rolls,
100 square feet, best
Three hundred and fifty stock5 Scrap
Baskets In many new shapes and
styles and colors. Juat the thing, for
the home, library or office. Most of
the .V.T.:J' " V".' " goods. se
Friday in the White Goods
H1,1 ek Towels, with colored
border, good for rooming hoim-a.
hotels, etc., worth 1.00 a K.A
dozen, Friday, each OC3
Turklsa. Towels, extra large (20x42)
bath towels, heavy spongy ones
worth 11.00 a dozen, Friday f,L
st $1.00 a dozen, or each
Bedspreads, hemmed, full slxo, iargs
enough for any bed, made from nlca
long stock, $1.25 quality, OSi
Friday, each JOKj
White Dress Goods, check and' stripe
liimity, Madras, and Dotted Swisses
suitable for children's wear, Oln
regularly 12'c, Friday, yd. ii
X.lnn Plnlsh Baiting-. This is an ex
tra heavy quality and a full yard
wide, looks, launders and wears like
all linen, our 19c kind for "01
suits and skirts, at yard 2
Center Plsoea and Doylies In fancy
drawn work. 18-Inch. 12-inch, 8
Inches square, excellent valued to
25c, Friday on sale lOln
at each 2
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
Bennett's Capitol Flour, sack $1.60 snd
Bennett's Oolden Coffee, pound 860 and
Teas: B. F. Japan, Oolong, Gunpowder, English
BreaJcfast, Ceylon, pound , 680 and
Bennett's Capitol Baking Powder, pound 84o and
Tea 8if tings, pound package 15o and
Fayle'a Pickles, bottle 100 and
Flower and Vegetable 8oeds, package gUo
Malta Vita, four packages aSo
Fresh New Laid Kggs, dozen 160
Batavia Gloss Ktarch, six pound box 4 60 and
Diamond 8 Chill Sauce, bottle 85o and
Aavona Jams, assorted, can 100 aud
Bennett's Capitol Kxtract, bottle 18o and
Knlders' Baked Beans, two cans SOo and
Pure Fruit Jam, assorted, large jar 3 60 and
New York Cheese, pound SOo and
Pearl Tapioca, two pounds I60 and
Blue Ribbon rieeded Raisins, pound package . ...ISo and
Life Buoy Boap, three large bara a So and
Queen of Pastry Flour, sack 81.00 snd
Bennett's Capitol Sweet Wrinkled Peas, two cans a 60 and
Kngllsh Cheddar snd Stilton Cheese, Jar SOo and
Batavia Fancy Salmon, can 88o and
SBASKETS AT HALF S
On and, after April 10th, 1908, smoking
will not be permitted on the front platforms
of cars, and dogs will not be carried on tho
We trust the people will appreciate that
these rules are in the interest of better
service and co-operate with us in their
IMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS
STREET RAILWAY COMPANY
Cut Glass. Vases. Nappies. Bowls, Sugars anil Cream
ers. Halts and Peppers, . These ara good quality and
very moderate prices. Spend a few minutes In our
ore. LiOOk. lor the name. , .
S. W. LINDSAY. Jeweler
, 1S10 IXxigU Street
Values You'll Find Unequaled
TMS RKUABL8 STSRS
REMNANT DAY -
Another entirely new line of Remnants for Friday, from
the leading mills of the Country as well as Remnants of our
own high-grade goods. We have Fully Demonstrated to
the people of Omaha and vicinity that no other house is
capable of giving such bargains:
50c, 39c AND 25c WASH
FABRICS AT 10c
60p Arnold's Silk Tissues. 39c
Arnold's Silk Dotted Moussollnes.
60c Silk Wsrp French Ginghams,
25c Irish Dimities, 25c snd 35c
Mercerized Black Ssteens, 25c
Plaid Voiles, 35c Imported Tis
sues, all at one price 10
15c French Percales. 15c Toll Du
Nords, Red Jeal, and A. K. F.
Ginghams. 25c Tokio Brilliants
and other Roods worth up to 25c,
all st a yard 7i
12i2c, 15c, 19c AND 25c
WASH GOODS AT 5c
Arnold's Swiss Applique, Arnold's
Linen. Arnold's Scotch Cloth,
Arnold's Ticon Serfte, and other
goods worth up to 25c a yard, all
at one price 5
Ginghams, at a yard .'. ..35i
19c and 25c WHITE GOODS
AT A YARD 10c
White Lingerie Cloth, 25c qualitr;
19c Woven Dotted Swiss. 26o
White Madras, 25c India l.inons.'
25c Terslan Lawn, 25c English
Nainsook, 19c 40 in. Lawn, and
other goods worth 25c, at per
Remnants of Dotted Swisses, Lin
gerie Cloth. India Llnons, Eng
llfch Long Cloths, Dimities and
other goods worth up to 19c, at
Remnants of 14c Cambric at OH
Remnants of 12V4c India Linon
and Long Cloths, at a yard . .5
Remnants of Shirting Prints, at
Remnants of Indigo Blue Prints,
at RrJ 3K
Remnants of 7V4c Apron Checks.
7c Ginghams, from bo!l44
Silks 1 Silks
ON SILK SQUARE IN
Imperial Short lengths of Rich
est Imported Silks to
yards in a piece, Just the thing
for tripimlngs, fancy work, etc.,
worth up to 5.00 yard, choice
Friday, each 19
PLAIN AND FANCY SILKS, a
beautiful line of choice pat
terns and colors, over 2,000
yards in the lot, values to 75c
IN MAIN SILK DEPART
MENT. 75c Black Millinery Taffetas. 36
in. wide, on sale at 490
$1.10 Black Press Taffeta, 36-ln.
wide,! on salo at 750
$1.(K) Hough Pongees, all Bilk, In
plain and fancy weaves, snap
l yard 690
f l.OO Novelties, Plain Mescalines
and 27 in. color Taffetas. In
cluding blacks, unsurpassed as
sortment, wonderful Values, at
yard , Q5k
Remnants of High Grade
Wool Dress Goods
FROM 0:00 TO ll:OO A. M.
$1.50. $2.00, $3.00 and $4.00
Wool Dress Goods In long
remnants. Broadlcoths, Panamas,
Voiles, Tailor Suitings, Craven
ettes, Rain-Proofs, Serges, and
all kinds of Wool Dress Goods
- in high grade goods will go In
LOT 1..S5C LOT 3.. 49c
LOT 2.. 39c LOT 4.. 59c
FROM 2.00 TO 4:00 P. M.
Another grand Bale of goods same
as above, but entirely new line
win oe in lour lots:
LOT 3.. 39c
LOT 4.. 49c
LOT 1.. 19c
LOT 2.. 25c
Remnants of High Grade
FOH ALL DAY
5.000 yards of fine Scotch-Irish
and German Linens that sold
from 75c to $2.00 a yard, will
be on sale In four lots:
LOT 1.. 25c LOT 3.. 49c
LOT 2.. 39c LOT 4.. 59c
4 00 Bedspreads, odd lots, to close,
sold at from 75c to $3.00, will
. go In four lots:
LOT 1.. 39c LOT 3.. 59c
LOT 2.. 49c LOT 4.. 69c
Curtain and Drapery Specials Friday
SAMPLK LACE CURTAINS, two to six pairs of a pattern, values up
to $9.00, all styles and weaves, at pair $6.75 down to ..... .R2 T
CABLE NET CVRTALNS, 60 inches wide, snap at pair 'ns
LACE CURTAINS, 64 inches wide, 3 yards long, at pair ....$1.23
IN DOMESTIC ROOM.
ROPE PORTIERES for single doors, all colors, at each . . .... fH
COl'CH COVERS, Roman stripe, 60 inches wide, fringed, each .-890
LACE CURTAINS, immense assortment of matchless values
CURTAIN SHLSsdotgdr Z&Mi?,gIt ffifc
Notions at One-Third to One-Fifth
Regular Value Friday
Pearl Buttons, per dozen ....
Gold Eyed Needles, package 1
Tapes, all sizes 1
Hump Hooks and Eyes 1?
Shoe Laces, pair 1
Thimbles, each c
Crochet Silk, per ball . ...2Hf
15c Taffeta Ribbon, yard . . . .5
Safety Pins, 3 dozen 5 Jj.
Darning Eggs, each ,
King's 200-yard Thread, at
per dozen spools
25o Needle Books
15c Dressing Combs ......
10c Fine Combs '
Kid Curlers, per dozen . ; .
Aluminum Thimbles, each
60 Inch Tapes, each
YOUR RUG AND CARPET BARGAIN OPPORTUNITY
MONDAY, APRIL 13TH
See Window Display. Watch Papers for Particulars.
5,000 Cans Enamel Free
Tomorrow we will give sway free 5.000 cans 0 the fsmous EXAM
ELETTE, all colors, tak, Cherry. White, etc. Our dcmonwtratrr will
show you how to paint or enamel floors, beds, furniture, etc., so you can
do it like a painW-r yourself.
Big Sale on Jap-a-Lac tomorrow, per can, only 11a
Ready-Mixed Hoube Paint, per gallon !!!'! "
Warranted five years. None better. .,,
The Big Hardware Department
600 Largest Size Enameled Chambers, all white, best ware worth
75c each, tomorrow ,n .
$1.25 Steel Roller Skates, tomorrow ...,'.!!'.!'.'.'.'.! ) ',
Padded Sleeve Boards, tomorrow !!!!!! " " 1
Strong Wire Rug or Carpet Baaters, tomorrow' .'. in
Poultry Wire, by the roll, only .'fiOet
Children's Garden Sets, rake, hoe and bpade,' worth' isc' set 'tomor
Painted Handle Juvenile Brooms, only ..."'' '
60c leather padded Base Ball Masks . " "S
25c leather padded Base Ball Masks ..... 1 ". ?
Garden Trowels. Weedcrs. etc., worth 15c ..'.'..' .'. . . .'..'.'.'"
Wilson Bread Toaster, worth 25c for " "i0
GROCERliS-Rtad These Prices For Friday's Big Sale
10 bars best brands Laundry Snap
10 pound sacks best Granulated Com-
mfal , for jsc
Quaker Oats Company Toasted Wheat
Flakes, per parks
Orange Cliy Rusks, per package tc
Little J. Moiled Oats, per pk. 7',0
The best Crisp lnger Snaps, lb. 60
Ths best crlap Pretzels, per lb. 60
Fancy Cooklea, regular 15c. 18c,
iOc sellers, per pound lOo
Gallon Cans Michigan Apples for
pies, per can ...... 1 J5o
4 ens r'anoy Sweet Sugar Corn,
Bromanaelon, Jelly ion or Jello, per
Tiie lMt Homestlo Macaroni, per
The b.-t Tea Hlftlns. per ll 1 5o
1 lie iirni riiuos v unrr, prr i ... i ia
Choice lalry Hutter, per pound Jlc
Fancy Hairy Hutter, per pound 21s
d'anrv f'oimtrv Mutt..!. i & .
DAHLIAS OASIX.XAB SAJIZ.IAS
n.autiful Flowering Dahlia Hulba.
This is a sale never before attempted
in Omaha. We have Just received
lU.Oiiu of the Beautiful Flowerina
Hull,, which we will aell, oi
earn for this sale MjU
These are aU Mixed Colors.
TM.ISM TSOXTABIiB ICX
Freah Spinach, per peck Uo
i beads fresh lf Liitluc bn
t bunches fresh Radishes ta
bunches fresh Onions to
I.arge Cucumbers, each loo
Frenh Beets, Carrots or Turnips.
for " fZ
Freah Fsg riant, each to
Fresh Wii or String ans, per lb ,
Flesh Tomatoes, per lb , loo
M HAYDENS M,
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