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Tim OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1903.
SEVEN-STORY , BRICK. HOUSE
Bnilding Will Be Erected by Interna
tional R&rreiter Company.
Unparalleled Suit Bargains Wednesday
vSTk Most Phenomenal Garment Val.
r. vTS ues Ever. Known in Western Mer.
V riM S I iff
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ILAITS TO BE BEADY IN TEN DAYS
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5raer Will Ilu4 Car Hot Aff
' mtif RtlwMi Eighth mm XtmiU
streets. Costing Hiiln4
Plans and specifications for the new
revenstory brtoft warehouse of tho Inter
national Harvester company of America
will bo rnadr In ten day and the work of
construction will begin before the first of
the corning month. v
This Is the Information furnished to C. H.
Wlthnell. city building Inspector. '
. The mammoth warehouse will be built
on lower apltol avenue, between EUghth
and Ninth street and will be 132x70-feet.
ThSi-acot will approximate 4110,000. The. ex
cavation for the warehouse Is nearly done.
Work will begin Immediately upon the
new manufacturing plant for the People's Ice
' And Cold Storage company. A permit for
' the constniotlon of the building was Issued
Tuesday and the contractors hope to have
' the structure Inclosed before winter sets In.
This building will cost 150,000 and will be
of brick. The manufscutring plant will
cover a ground space of 88x132 feet and will
be located at Thirteenth and Chicago
streets. It will be two stories high.
' Other building permits Issued Tuesday
Include these: Edward Coady. Thirtieth
and Brown streets, frame dwelling, tifiOO;
Oeorge Roaenbaum.' Sixteenth and Martha
streets, frame dwelling, 11,700; Emma Wll
lotts. Thirty-first street and Curtis avenue,
frame dwelling, 11.200; D. E. Sage, 2909 North
Twenty-sixth street frame dwelling, 81,100;
4. J. t. Colling, 1J17 Hsrney street, re
pairs to brick building, $500; Jorg Jorgen
sen. Thirty-fifth street between Arbor aod
5Md streets, franw cottage, IfiOO.
, --City Building Inspector Wlthnell Is on
the warpath again and stopped work Tues
day on six brick and frame, buildings on
account of the failure of the owners or
contractors to secure permits for the erec
tion1 of the buildings before work was be
gun. Plans and specifications must, be submit
ted before a brick Is laid or a nail driven
and a permit secured for the erection of
the building," said Mr. Wlthnell. "and no
Work Is to proceed without permits. If
contractors persist in winking at this de
" partment and going ahead with work wtth
rflt permits they will be called on to faoe
charges In police oourt. The building in
inspector's office la not a Joke; we are
hvre for, business and we Intend to conduct
tfls department on business principles." ,
WET' CLOTHES ARE BURNED
I.anndrr mm 4 Washlaa; Machine Take
Klre and Are Wiped
' A, fire In. the drying room of the laundry
6f the residence of Henry W. Yates. 3120
Davenport street, shortly after 7 o'clock :
Tuesday morning, damaged the drying ma- !
chine beyond repair and burned up the'
wnsfilrt hefnee extlllffulshed. ' !
Sparks from a passing engine Is believed
to have been the cause of a fire which
burned a string mf fourteen Union Pacific
box cars, which .were atanding on the
tracks nar Seventh and Grace streets,
about midnight Monday. Seven of the cars
were totally -destroyed) and the balance
were considerable damaged before the
blaxe was extinguished.
A Jeweler's Experience.
C. R. KlUger. the Jeweler, 1060 Virginia
avenue, Indianapolis, Ind., writes: "I was
o weak from kidney trouble that I could
hardly walk a hundred feet. Four bottles
of Foley's Kidney Remedy cleared my
complexion.- cured my backache, and the
Irregularities disappeared, and I can now
attend to business every day, and recom
mend Foley'a Kidney Remedy to all suf
ferers, as it cured me after the doctors and
other remedies had failed. Bold by all
Dr.. Ross. Dentist. 415 Barker Block.
Women, who wear the cor
rect thing in Footwear this
Fall, will wear Tans.
' The new Tan models come
in medium or high cut Na
poleons for Winter. They're
neat, handsome and comfortable.
Best Russia Calf and Brown kid.
Lace, Button and Blucher.
Cuban heels straight or awing
. lasta. Medium or heavy aoles.
V 53.55, $1 lo $5
' The fashionable short skirt
for street wear is made more
becoming, when a Woman's
feet are dressed in a pair of
our handsome Tan Boots.
FRY SHOE CO.
10th and Douglas Streets.
Jest Received from OurN.Y. Buyer
ONE GREAT LOT
WOMEN'S FALL SUITS
Bought from a New York Manufacturer
at an Unusual Bargain.
$25.00 TAILORED SUITS for $15.00
This was a great stroke of good fortune
for us and for you. These are high class
tailored suits in newest fabrics and lat
est colors every style is new, correct
and right up-to-date.
These are genuine $25 P
quality tailored suits
ior women, ai
$7.50 VOILE SKIRTS for $3.98
New blues, browns and blacks
wide taffeta folds, etc., etc.
IS? Black Broadcloih Coa!s$6
Made in" the long lengths from a superior quality of black
broadcloth fully satin lined; many are
smartly trimmed. You have always paid
$15 for such cloaks as these ; Wednesday at ,
New Showing Women's Silk and Net Waisls at $3.98
In white, cream, ecru and colors new long sleeves many
evening and dress waists stunning new ideas; $Z QO
worth $7.50, at , .W0
Big Sale of Fine Val. Laces for 5c Yard
New lots of fine French and German Val. laces and in
sertiont many to match also new torchon
and cluny curtain laces, worth up to 15c O
a yard, at ,
The IVlost Stunning
In Omaba at
Every Brandeis hat is a stylish
hat. We offer your choice of
hundreds of hew styles, in
large flat shapes trimmed
with plumes, feathers, sashes,
ornaments, etc.. ' fi?
every new -
shape; $10.00 J
values,- at. . . . .'
MILLINERY in the Basement A big showing
of women's trimmed hats; late styles and posi
tively worth up to $5.00; your choice.
Have You Seen the Big Rug Bargains
In the Windows?
These are from our great J32.000 spot canh rug purchase.
There are twelve great windows full of them. This will be one of
the most extraordinary special saleB ever held by this store; as
never before were we able to offer such an immense bargain'. We
bought them cheap. We will sell them cheap. They are. all
room-size rugs of the very best grades; at about half the usual
price. See thein la the window.
The Greatest Rug Sale Ever Attempted by Any Store.
NEXT MONDAY, OCTOBER 12TH.
&&L & WILSON'S
1U" above came or trade mark
together - or singly stamped on col
lar . or shirt danotes highest grade
of material, bast workmanship.
Uorand's School for Dancing
10 So. lata a. (Orcirfeftoa taatitato)
Saturday, Ootobar to
CaUdssa, y. as. Xlh BcamI Class,
p. as.. Tor tana as A kooaieM
' Tl-4 Do. 1041.
The Stesteel Stove Co.
T14 South Sixteenth Street
WE SELL ON SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS, OR A CUT PRICE FOR CASH.
The Great Queen Steel Range
The Range That Has Made a Reputation.
The Queen has given such extraordi
nary satisfaction and proven to be auch
a long lasting range that we now sell no
other kind. We have sold it in Omaha
fifteen years. It has been time tried and
fire tested. People who know what It is
and what It will do consider no other
kind iwhen they buy a range. Our trade
on It has grown to such an extent that
we now buy it In car lots. Buying it in
car lota enables us to get a price so
that now we can sell the elx-hole with
high closet and eighteen inch oven size
at $40.00, $5.00 down and $5.00 per
month, or. $35.00 for cash. We chal
lenge the world to produce Its superior,
and we challenge the world to produce
its equal at the price. Here is how it Is
made. No steel range Is made better.
All walls are of two sheet of steel with
asbestos in between. A wall on the
Queen has never been known to burn
through: The oven has three steel
braces underneath so that warping of
the bottom is impossible. The fire box is
lined with locomotive tile which will
never warp or melt. Tile laets from six to ten years. The range will burn hard
or soft coal or wood. Here is what it will do: It will bake biscuits In three
minutes. It will cook a meal and bake bread at the same time with two or
three shovels full of coal. The top heats as quick aa the oven in ten minutes
with two shovels full of coal. We are also sole agents for the Detroit Ideal
Gas Stove. The stove that does take less gas. The Howe Ventilator, the
largest base burner in the world. The Solar Double Heater Base Burner that
has that powerful double heater. Select cook stoves that have steel fire backs
that never burn out. We sell nothing but stoves. We don't employ canvassers,
so you don't pay canvaaser'a commission.
BAILEY EL MACH
Beat eaujpped Dental office is the. middle weal
J Highest gradft lJealiatry at Reasonable Prleee.
Porcelain tllJ.a. Just Uke Ue tooU.
ruiRu KLooa paxton bloc
- Conaer 10 lb mud Fanuun Street.
Bee VJant Ads-Business Boosters
Try the dainty Luncheonette! und Hot Cho
cotntea srrrctl at tlie Soda Fountain. Prices
A Week of Unparalleled Suit
Values and Sales
Several hundred gorgeous new suit
models each a masterstroke in tail
oring and design forms an incom
parable exhibit of exclusive modes
at Bennett's this week. In this col
lection are values up to $35. The
materials in them, the superb trim
ming, the faultless workmanship
clearly. stamp them as very super
ior garments and
a revelation at so
popular a price
High Class Voile Skirts
V T I
at Extremely Low Price
We bought a traveling man's
sample line at half. He had just
finished his western trip and
closed out to us all his skirts before
returning to New York. All are
elegant Altman Voile, some with
silk drops. Many styles of trimming and all strictly right
up-to-date; values to $22.50; CI CZ
Choice at &ZSZD
I nrkrf RKmIV fA.J. 52-inch fitted coats of black chiffon
awst& uiavn vuaia broadcloth lined throughout with
guaranteed satin, very stylish and always in great demand,
Astonishing Bargains in Silks
and Dress Goods. Wednesday
If these offerings do not tempt you, you are proof against real bar
gains, that's all. Better price Inducements on seasonable goods of real
merit were never shown over any counter.
85c and $1.00 Goods for 59 Cents
Shirt Waist Sliks, beautiful Pompadour Silks, bord-
ered Messalines, 30-inch Kimono Silks, striped Taf
fetas, satin barred Plaids, all Silk Crepes de Chine,
etc., absolutely all choice new and desirable
27-Inch black Taffeta, black MeBsalines and black Peau
de Cygnes, worth to $1.00 yard '
Broadcloths, mill ends, fine chiffon finish, nearly every
shade, values to $2.00 yard
Tailor Suitings, 66 inches wide, gray stripe novelties in
skirt lengths, positively worth $2.00 yard
Handsome silk and wool Plaids, with gilt stripes, also
50-inch wool plaids for children's wear and waists,
all tUM goods
aSale Fine White Wool Blankets
A faw mora of thoa sample blankets advertised for Monday remain.
W1U close oat balance Wednesday. Mare bargains.
17. SO - Blankets for .f3.78 10.00 Blankets for tS.OO
18. iO Blankets for ..S4.fl5 112.00 Blankets fnr e nd
N ; ; ,
Corsets. Superb New Models
For The Fall Season
Warner's Corsets $1 to $4
American Beauty Corsets ..1 to $8
Nemo, three distinct models 3
Announcing the opening of the new Fall Models. The season's
exacting gowns demand a lithe willowy figure. We are Bhowing the
above makes In all the up-to-the-minute style effects. Properly fitted
to one of these superb models you'll find your figure molded to an in
dividual' beauty that is simply marvelous. Come in and see them.
Chicago and H. & W. Waists here in most complete assortments.
Droka aiuMtus, all silk; all siz.m;
worth '6oo pair, for iuo
Sewing- aula, beat brand made, IUO
yaraa, knack only, worth 10c spool,
Boss klapportera, satin pad, white,
blue, pi 11k or black, worth 26c,
Ooean rearl Buttons, all slues, worth
6c dozen, at 3 dosen So
teel Hair rins, Kerby, Beard & Co..
quality, assorted sizes, worth 10c,
Hat rins, worth up to 10c each,
special one day 9 for Bo
Xalrllg-bt Crown Fompadonr, with
combs attached, worth 60c, special
White Cotton Tape, worth Eo each,
at 4 for 5o
Books and Byes, worth 6o card,
at 3 cards for So
Book Has, all sizes, worth Kc per
book, at 9 books So
Bona Shopping Bags, worth 25o No
tion Day at 100
Several lots smalf . useful articles'
on sale for the day at half price or
26c Karthen Cuspidors for So
26c Heavy Glass Juirs for 10c
iJ,lallX,,Knel,.sn 7aPm. any slze..l9o
60c GIush Cracker Jars, covered.. 35o
10c Bugar Bowls for So
8c Nickel Top Ulaas Jars 3o
16c Karthen Oyster Bowls, decorated
10c Nickel Top Halts and Peppers. .60
Good Nisht lampg, complete. .. .19o
China Creamers, rooster shape.... 7o
300 pairs lame, heavy aray and pray
mottled blankets, with shell stitch '
edge, brlifht borders, (1.00 and 31.25
quality, pair 690
Full 81x90 lnchea In atze, heavy qual
ity; S-ln. hem, on sale Wednesday,
Comfortable House Slippers
. Just the kind of shoes to slip on when you feel "all fagged out," or
when your feet ache; there's warmth and comfort In them and good
Dainty red boudoir slippers, soft,
warm and comfortable, Qfi
$1.50 and JOG
Fur trimmed felt Juliets, belting
leather soles, common serine
heels; red gray or ff JQ
Men's felt slippers with flexible
leather soles, solid comfort in
them after a strenuous
Women's warm lined lace shoes,
leather foxed, tipped or plain toes
$1.50, $1.75, $2.00
"Ye Olde Time" comfort shoes;
Juliets and front gore
house shoes for, ....
Nurses Shoes, laced, rubber heels,
noiseless, comfortable fljl ftn
and practical for. . . . )SU U
JBennett's Big Grocery
Bennett's Fxcelsior Flour, sack . .il-TO and 60 O. Stamps
Bennett's Breakfast Coffee, run 80 and 40 O. Stamps !rfff
Bennett s Challemce Coffee, pound . .18o and 10 O. tjtamps
Teua. assorted, pound..
Tea Sirtinss, puunu....
Ljirge y unrn Olives, pint
Beauty ASparaaua. vaii
Tea Garden Preserves. Jar....
Japan flic. 2 pounds
Boneless Herring. 1 Jars..
llaarmann's Vinefrar. bottle......... J
Ir. Prloe'a Breakfast Food. I pkgs...
California Olive Oil. bottle
Wleiile titUk Bluing, si for
Corn Stanh, pound ;. "
Gingnr eiiiaps. pound..... i f
.'Bllf,.fniH Prunes. DOUOd SO
J U. Karly June Peas. Jhree csns for
Uyster hliells for Chickens ..lo
. . . .aw any mv J. oiWliua .'f 1 I
....... ISO nd 10 U. Stamps i. ;.
. .BOO nd 10 G. Stamps if'W
8ao and 10 O. Stamps I" 7.
....'.300 and 10 1: Stain us Cjr
. . .lo and 10 G. Stamps
aoo and 10 G. Stamps
.10o and 6 G. Stamps
. .1 and 20 G. Stamps
.aso and 10 G. Stamps
ass and 10 G. Stamps
26c Grape Juice for. , 1&
California Apricots, pound ItHo
English Walnuts, pound lio
I . 96e
Chicken Feed, lb..... q
mi i m
'THB RELIABLE STONE. i I
The tremendous business of Ak-Sar-Ben
Week has left us with hundreds of...
oau ouiis aim spurt's vi uiuk.uu uuu
which we have decided to close in threa A
reat lots, Wednesday and Thursday: .
$15.00, $18.00 and $20.00 Tailor Suits-i-Over
300 from which to C O Q fl
select, at, each
$20.50, $30.00 and $35.00 Tailor Suits--Nearly
600 magnificent garments for
selection, matchless values, ( JQ Q f
at, each wlvaUll
$40.00 and $45.00 Tailor Suits The
choicest of the season's styles, fabrics
and colorings, most delightful bar
gains ever, at sale price, QQ Qfl
profitable garment buying ever offered
the iHuies oi Omaha. All Suits are the latest models, best mater
ials and newest colorings. Remember: First Come, First Served!
Women's Silk Underskirts worth to $7.50, made of Simond's best
Taffetas, all colors as shown in 16th street window, CO QK
"Wednesdav. choice, each O tm w 3
Tremendous Bargains in Winter Underwear
Over 10 carloads of Men's, Women's and Children's Winter Un
derwear was secured from one of the largest eastern knitting mills
for cash at a fraction of cost to manufacture.' Th first shipments
have been received and are now on sale. Buy Wednesday AT LESS
THAN HALF ACTUAL VALUE OF MERCHANDISE :
Children's Underwear, all Blzes, extra
fine quality silk, fleeced, worth regu
larly to 60c a garment, 15,, 19?
25c Infant's All Wool Hose Silk heel
and toe, all colors, on tale, pr., 1"
Infant's Uned Bonnets Silk embroid
ered, values to $1.50, on sale, each,
at 25 and 4J
Infants' Sarques, Sleeping Garments
and Night liobes Values to Sc. on
sale at, choice 25
Infants' Pinning Blankets, Karques,
llooties, Ktc Worth to 50c, on sale
at, choice 1Q
Ladies' Vests and Pants, ,in white or .
grey, winter weights, all alies, values'.;
to 98c a garment, on sale at lO-'
39 and 50 A'
Ladies' Combination Huita Worth tof
$2.50, in Jour great lota at 39.
49. 75 and 98
Itdiea' Combination Hults Worth to
$1.00, grey or white, silk taped, all
sizes . .39 and 4Q$
Misses'. and Children's Union Suits
Regular 60c values, at 25
Men's Shirts or Drawers Extra heavy
fleece, regular' values to $1.00, on
aale at 35 and 45
50c Embroideries Wednesday 25c
An immense line of Fine Corset Cover Embroideries, and Wide
Skirt Flouncings, without doubt the mo6t beautiful as- fih
sortment and quality ever shown here or elsewhere jwm&i
in Omaha at 6ale price La J W
Nothing finer produced for hand or machine m
use; is absolutely Independent of the trusts. glf
Hayden's sole Omaha agents; per spool ..... V
Extra Specials for Wednesday.
IN OUR FAMOUS DOMESTIC ROOM
FROM 0 TO 0:80 A. M. 100 single
Cotton Blankets, worth C5c pair, at,
100 pairs of Cotton Blankets, same as
above, at, pair 39
FROM 10 TO 10:30 A. M. 1 case of
Lonsdale, genuine article, 10 yards
limit, at, yard 5
FROM 2 TO 2:30 P. M 1 case of
Amoskeag Outing Flannels, dark or
light colors, 10 yards limit, at, per
yard ... ..5
FROM 8 TO 8:80 P. M. 1 case of
good heavy Huck Towels, our regular
10c line at, each 5V
4 pairs limit.
FOR ALL DAV,.'
18c Flannelettes i 10
15c Flannelettes 7Vit
12c Flannelettes 5
25c Mohair Lustre Remnants 8H
High Grade Woo! Dress Goods Sale
FROM 10 TO 11 A. M. We will sell
you one pattern of any of our colored
Dress Goods (except Lonsdowne) as
$1.00 goods '-Aiyt
$1.60 goods , .72
fz.uo and $2.60 goods .97
VW.W UU ftf.HV BWUD. ... 7V
$4.00 and $5.00 goods ...... J&2.25
FROM 3 TO 4 P. M. All Black Goods
will go at the same prices as above
only one pattern to customer.
Read These Grocery Prices far VsJhssiiay's Sale
Ths Best Fnrs Cans Oraanlatad Sugar at
Less tuan jonosrs vosi.
10 bars brst brands Laundry Soap SSo
Grape Nuts, per pkg So
guaker Oats, per pkg .-..80
Zt-nt Breakfast Food, pks; Bo
Wheat Herrles. per pkg 80
Purred Rice, pkg 74o
6-lbs. choice Japan Rice 390
The beat white, or yellow Corn Meal, per
sack . . . . 16o
The best domestic Maccaronl, pkg....8V0
Fancy Golden Pantos Coffee, per lb..l5o
The best Tea Sittings, per lb 16o
TKESH TX30XTABX.E AITS TDTT
Or sea Tomatoes for Flcklss, H " Kn
Fresh Spinach, per peck 100
S heads freh Hothouse Lettuce 80
g bunches fresh Radishes 60
Oreen Deans, per pound.
Fresh Beets, Carrota, Turnips. Parsnips,
red or white Onions, per pound 80
Fancy fresh Cauliflower, per pound.... lOo
Fancy New Sweet' Potatoes, per lb 80
Fancy Lima Beans, per quart ... t ... TUs
I heads fresh Celery 50
Fancy Cape Cod Cranberries, quart... TH
Fancy Cooking Apples, per peck aoo
New Honey, per ruck , ISo
Fancy . California Freestone. Peaches, per
box f TSo
Fancy California CUngstono Psaches per
BUT MAIOBTS JABS) VOW,
1 pint Mason Jars, with caps aqd covers,
per dosen w . 48
1 quart Mason Jars, with caps and covers.
per dosen . . . 48
gallon Mason Jars, with caps and cov
ers, per dosen 4 SOo
TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST
A SATISFACTORY TRAIN TO
St. Paul and Minneapolis
VIA "'V "
The Electric Lighted Limited leaves Omaha Uni'ori depot
at 8:30 every night, arrives St. Paul at 7:20, Minneapolis 8
the next morning. , Equipment consists' of latest, roomy
Pullman Drawing Room Sleeping cars, Club car and Free
Reclining Chair Cars. Polite attendance.
For tickets, berth reservations, folders or any information. 9all. phono or
W. 0. DAVIDSON, City Passenger Agent. ,
hM Boirlu leo. Sia hnui Street. Omaba.
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