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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1909)
THE OMATL DAILY REE: WEDNESDAY. MARCH
To Our Out-of-Town Customers
fltext Monday, 8rh
We Will Hold tho Most Remarkable
SALE OF LliLEUIifl
Floor Oil Cloth, Wall Paper
EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE WEST
We bought the entire stock on hand of one of the greatest
eastern manufacturers of Linoleum and Oil Cloth at a tre
WE ALSO OFFER A GREAT LOT OF FINE
RUGS, BOUGHT AT A REDUCTION BY OUR
NEW YORK BUYER. THEY WILL BE SOLD
v AT LESS THAN COST TO MANUFACTURE.
At the same time we conduct an extraordinary
SALE OF WALL PAPER
Bought at less than its value from the wholesale stock
of Kutherford & Jensen, of Omaha.
In this sale we will sell
OIL CLOTH 'as low as, sq. yard Oc
LINOLEUM will be sold as low as, sq. yard 25c
INLAID LINOLEUM that usually sells at $1.25 yard, will
' go, at, sq. yard 69c
One Entire Floor of Our Storo
Will bo Devotod to this Sale.
100 Clerks to Wait on You.
These immense sales are worth a special trip to Omaha.
WE PAY THE FREIGHT ON ALL PURCHASES OF $5.00
SALE BEGINS NEXT MONDAY
randcis Storos - - Omaha
Our $2.00 boys' shoe Is a prixe.
So parent think who have been
buying them for their boya. We
selected good box calf for these
shoes, had them double soled
and strongly made, looked after
all the little details In making and
sell them for the reasonable price
Somebody, Somewhere, may be
Belling as good a boy's shoe for
the same money, but we've yet to
FRY SHOE CO.
JOth and Douglas Street.
i 1 I vJ
j Lr Journftl
Style llook and any 15c toadies' Home
1 t V A
Family Choctlttes, 25c Lb.
Instead of 40c Wednesday.
These dellcloua Chocolates are
our regular 40c grade and are put
up in 1-pound boxes and contain
the following creams: Strawberry,
Vanilla, Maple, Nutmeg, Orange,
Peach, Raspberry, Banana and
AT THE PASTIIY COUNTER.
A very delicious cake similar to
the jelly roll, filled with caramel
cream and eovered with a rich
caramel icing. The regular price
Special for Wednesday only, 15c
All our delicious Pies. Cakes I
and Pastries are served in the I
lunch room at popular prices.
15SO FAItNAM STREET.
G. S. OOBB. Receiver.
A Portrayal of Correct Fashions
and Exclusive Models
in Women's Suits at
Truly it's refreshing to Fee
really high class tailored gar
ments so moderately priced.
We might attach $50.00 price
tags to the most of these
suits and they would meas
ure up to the full standard
of any $50.00 lines shown
in Omaha, but it's not the
Bennett policy. We are
giving honest values that
bring women back again
Our new line embraces practically
everything that bears the atamo of
Fashion's approval. Suits that are de
signed after the Empire vogue with
graceful, straight line hipless effects,
are pronounced favorites. Cutaway
styles are strongly featured, although
the regular cut models still retain their
old time popularity. Skirts are cut
very high or are accompanied with a
belt or girdle of self materials.
The present showing Is an extensive
one with all the leading fabrics and
shades for spring represented. Choos
ing now is the best. Besides the de
lays in alterations sure to come later
may be avoided. Many new "Wool
tex" models in the line, $36.00.
and II 1 If M
Spring Covert Jackets
ADVERTISE IN THE
BEST IN THE WEST
80-lnch gray and tan stripe Covert
Jackets, semi-fitted, large patch
pockets, notch collar, self straps
and buttons , 88.05
82-inch tan Covert Jackets, smart
semi-fitted models, button trim
med, vents on back and four
envellpe pockets $7.50
"WOOITEX" OXE-PIECE FROCKS Late spring models, in shadow
stripe serges, in navy, green and brown $25.00
Two big Sixteenth street windows filled the prettiest Wash Dresses
for girls ever shown in this city. Every mother owes it to herself to
see these new frocks. There's real economy in buying them. Ma
terials are all standard goods, the styles simply beautiful and the
workmanship unsurpassed 59c, 80c, $1.2 ft up to $5.00.
WHEAT AND CORN CAIN BIG
Million Bushels Advance in Local Re
ceipts of Former.
OTHER MORE THAN TWO MILLION
Vebraary Report of the Kirkin( Re
flect Grnwlnf Importance of
v Omaha a a Primary
, 1 l'iiutlcslly l.OOO.Oofl bushels more of wheat
Wore received on the Omaha market dur
ing February, 190?, than during the iimt
month lait year.
The monthly report of the Omaha Grain
fxchange contains some Interesting flu-
On and Off Chat
The aoclety reporter picked up the following-
gem at. Madam Brewster's not
twenty-four hours ago. One of her mil
lionaire customers struggling Into a new
gown asked the famous coatumer how she
-kept her figure In . such superb shape.
You habitually eat and drink heartily and
even thoughtleaaly, not to say riotously
,st times," ahe complained, "whereas I live
like a hermit. . Tt I can't keep slim and.
apparently.. yoa can't got fat." auilty,"
replied the aslilon caarina. "I admit 1
.don't fatten up nor do I thin down, but It
It Is became I have the power, my dear
Mrs. (the name almost slipped out),
to aay to my fat "Thus far and no further."
I don't exercise nor diet nor run any dan
ger of wrinkles or stomach trouble eitber.
1 Here is the secret" She wrote a few
words on a sits of paper and handed It to
her questioner. - "Get that filled at the
druggist's." .she concluded, "take a tea
poooful after meals and at bedtime and
yon will never get any fatter than you
want to be. Tou can take off a pound a
day with this recipe. If you want to."
Being fat herself and fully alive to the
tremendous value of theee statements to
fat folks everywhere, the aoclety reporter
he peeped over the lady's shoulder and
this Is what she saw: For Exoeas rat,
simplest safest, cheapet, most helpful re
..i.i e mnv: One-hs.lt ounce Marmola. "A
ounce Fluid Extract Caerara Aromatlo.
14 ounces Peppermint Water.
urea, especially those telling of the grow
ing Importance of Omaha as a primary
wheat market. Record prices drew a vast
uirountof wheat from the country and out
of an ever enlarging sone which Is for
warding wheat to Omaha, extending, as It
does, west to the irrigated and dry farming
regions, south Into Kansas and north Into
the heart of South Dakota.
While the small shipments- indicate only
that a vast amount of the wheat shipped
in to Omaha Is held in storage here, there
Is also a considerable amount consumed
here. As Omaha grows In Importance as
a milling center. th big gulf between the
receipts and shipments will increase In
During February 1.254.000 bushels of wheat
vere received In Omaha, while only 794.000
bushels were shipped out. During Feb
ruary. 1908. 301,200 bushels were received
snd 871,000 bu.hels shipped out, the dealers
drawing heavily on the wheat In the elo-
Torn Galaa Two Mllltoa.
Corn receipts Increased more than 2,000,
W bushels, while oats, which came In so
heavy during 1908. did not keep u to the
usual figure. The following la a compar
ison of receipts of all grains In the Omaha
market for the month of February 1ut
paased and for the same month last year:
Kye ..... ao.ouo
Used on any Sewing Machine. Shown
In us8 at Singer Stores. See It TO-DAY, at
1514 Douglas St., Omaha.
Hand jQl One
Bags f jn Dollar i
NEWEST STYLES, BEST QUALITY. LOWEST PRICES
Watch for the
TMK RCLIABLK TORI
1 in S
VALVES TO $2.50.
A lot of 600 splendid Bags, in all colors, In seal and Morocco. Many
styles, a miscellaneous lot bought by our buyer while in New York.
Most all are leather lined, with small purse Inside. We bought
them very cheap and offer them now the same way; Wednes- 1
day is the day; choice
Wednesday Notion Sale
The Bennett Notion Store brings innumerable savings on the
hundreds of little needfuls every woman Is constantly using. All
through the stock the underprlcing is apparent. Wednesday is always
a special sale day in Notions. These few merely by way of illustration:
SCHOOL! AD COLLEGES.
Nebraska Military Academy
. , ULaTCOZ.
." A MJUta- Hoarding School fur
boys, now located for the winter at
Fourteenth and U streets. All de
partments are la full operation.
A food place for boys who doa't
i fit in public sotioola No entrance
X examinations are g-lven; regular
"- class wot is supplemented by lr
dividual insuuouuu, Utk ww.a. Is
' easily 'made up.
PudIIs are received at any time
from fifth lwekth arradoa, tad,
sive. Write for Vtl0u
jj, B. atATWAaU. S)erlate4ea
Total, all grains 4.923.700 1,299.800
The following furnishes a coniDsrtson of
the shipments for the two months
A Rellarteae Aataor's Statement.
Rev. Joseph H. Fespermun, Salisbury.
N. C, who la the author of several books,
writes: "For several years I was afflicted
with kidney trouble and last winter I waa
suddenly stricken with a severe pain in
my kidneys and was confined to bed eight
days unable to get up without aaalatanoe.
My urine contained a thick white aedlment
and I pesaed same frequently day and
nlfht. I commenced taking Foley's Kid
ney Remedy, snd the pain gradually
abated and finally oeased and my urine
became normal. I cheerfully, recommend
Foley's Kidney Remedy." For sale by all
B. Appel, J. F. Mnran of IJncoln. H. B.
Jones of Denver and J, O. Copple of Ban
croft are at the Henahaw.
N. K. 8kogg of Genoa, F. O. Klnaera of
Dallas. B. D.; Q. 8. Hirrte of Hooper and
J. A. Bulllvan of Valley are at the Mer
R. W. Tager of Hastings. & B. Trleber of
Denver. George C. Bhedd of Ashland. W
V. Dalrymple of Lincoln. A. T. Davis of
Hyannia, Mr. and Mrs, George W. Brooks
of Dasile Mills snd J. A. ilarman of O'Neill
are at the Pa ton.
Kraatus Toung. general auditor for the
Union Parifie linea. has been out of his
office for the last three weeks bwause of
a severe attack of bronchitis. The latest
reports from him are that he is progress
ing well and that be la not in a serious
Boston's New Hotel
Bids you and your friends a hearty
welcome. No paint will be pared
to make your next visit a looker one.
Excellent cuisire with service the
beat, amid' asToundinga Usodioutly
appointed. Everything sew, attrsc-0
bve and cosy, wub price reasonable
The BrCWStcr Bennett's Big Grocery
Cor. Boyliton and Washington SU.
TEL. 41440 OXFORD.
Dinner parties before and after the
theatre will receive our special at
tendon. Ladies wSea shopping
will bad it most convenient to have
luncheon here with every known
comfort and sxcluiioa.
Aiotlie & Grabow Company,
Hetsls Leeea, Tuileriee eV Eassire, Boetea
New Oceaa Heaae. Swamper ett
Hotel TMcafUU. Jamaica, W. L
"Half Block from Herald Square."
COLLING WO OD
Oa tbe Block Betweea
5th Ave. &B 'way
Offsra select accommodations to dis
ABSOLUTELY K1RKPKOOF. and
affords every facility for the com
fort of guests. Situated la the very
heart of toe city, la a very quiet
neighborhood, convenient to all sur
face, Subway and elevated railway
lines, and In the midst of the shop
ping and theater district
Kooma With Batb $J ma& Up.
Special rates by the month or season.
Restaurant a la Carte.
a rax x. ktoiaur, ao,
New Haven Hoeee. New Haven. Conn.
Bone Hair Pins, shell only, 10c
quality, per box 5
Hair IUirettes, shell and amber,
regular 25c article; special 15
Safety Pins, nickel plated, assort-'
ed sizes; on card, per card. .5,
Darning Cotton, 4 ply In black or
brown, 12 spools.; 15
Hose Supporters, .for women, pad
front, 25c kinds, at 15
Common Pins, assorted sizes, 5c
papers, at 2 papers for 5
Dress Goods and Silks
TKBEB Or TBI BEST AMD MOST SEASONABLE BABOAIR8
(00 yards double fold
Voiles. 40-lneh, nearly all
shades, values to 11.00
(4-Inch all wool Pana
mas, all colors, ends that
match up perfectly, val
ues to $1 60, at. yard
Silks from M o n d a y's
freat sale, Messallnes,
affetas, pongees. 24 and
27-Inch black silks, $1.00
and 11.26 values
Laces Wednesday's Remarkable Specials
8,000 yards of all llnan
Torobons, nice widths
(no mercerised goods
but pure linen)
12 Vie gooos-
Allovsr Laces, In, white
and cream, choice pat
terns for waists, sleeves
yokes, etc., Wednesday
Point de Parts Laces,
all widths up to 7 Inches,
also Imitation Duchess;
values to 36c, at
Pride of Bennett's Flour, sack
Capitol Baking Powder. S-lb. can
Bennett'a Reliable Coffee, pound
Teaa. assorted, any of our 4fcc kinds....
Rlue Borax Starch, pound
Bishops Fruttate, plain
Bayle s Herring, two Jara
Gem Milk, six cana ,
(Salllard Olive Oil, laket bottle
Bennett'a Capitol Sweet Wrinkled Peas,
Pure Honey, Mason pint Jar ,
Charm Table Syrup, bottle
Rex Lye, three cans ,
Snider'a Pork and Heana. large can ...
H. J. Heini Peppex fauoe, bottle
Diamond Crystal Table Salt
Velvet Cocoa Toilet Soap, six rakes
Haermann's Pickles, large bottle
Hartley's Pure Jama, assorted
Orannlated Pusar. 'iO lbs. for
SPECIAL Mars hm allow Cookies Very
1 aSo and
two cans. . 9 60 ami
; .BOo and
dainty, usual price
100 Oreen Stajnps
40 Ureen Stamps
Manufacturer's Stock Women's Dresses
Splendid silk and wool fabrics, in bcauti.
ful stylos and colorings, the choicest lot
of values we have offered this season
they are manufactured to sell to $M.0(.
but will be closed Wednesday in one lot ;
Beautiful Chiffon Panama Dresses, new
est tailored effects; navy blues, black,
greys and green; garments made to soil,
at $25.00; your choice "Wednesday for
Crown Jewel Suits; the choicest tailor
suit values shown anywhere at price,
See our big display of the new spring
I styles. ,
New Spring Waists; the largest assort
ment antl best values we have ever
shown, now on display. See them Wed
Extra Specials for Wednesday
From 9: OO to l.30 a. in.
One case of 36-Inch Sllkollne, the
J 2 He quality, 10 yards limit, at. per
From 10:00 to 10:30 a. m.
One case of fine 1 oc English Long
Cloth, 12 yards to bolt, will not cut,
at, yard 8s
From 2:00 to 2:30 p. m.
One case of fine white India Llnon,
regular 16c quality, only 10 yards to
a customer, at, yard 6'ft
PAINT Now Is the Time
Guaranteed House Paint, boBt quality
made Oak brand sold for 20 years
per gallon $1.25
Good Mixed Paint, worth $1.50 gal
lon, at 08
Jap-a-Lac, Enamels, Varnish, Etc.
Headquarters for Poultry Wire, best
quality, per foot c
Wilson Bread Toasters 15
Mrs. Vrooman's Sink Strainers lo
15 gallon Covered Garbage Can 98t
Large Clothes Basket 49
35c Folding Lunch Boxes .... 10
36c Feather Dusters 19
12 quart granite Dish Pans.... 15
From 8:00 to 8:30
One case of fine White Goods, fancy
dress goods that sold at 19c and 25c
yard, 10 yards to a customer, at, per
From 4:00 U 4:30 p. m.
One case 36 Inch Bleached Cambric
10c quality, 10 yards limit, at, per
For All Day
Apron Checks 2t
Indigo Blue Prints 5?
16 other specials not advertised.
Special Salo of
AT 11AKGAIN PRICES MONDAY.
Extra heavy Seamless Ingrain Art
6x9 Art Squares at S2.98
7-6x9 Art Squares, at $3.50
9x9 Art Squares, at M.U5
9x10-6' Art Squares, at. .... . S4.t)8
9x12 Art Squares, at $5.75
A special purchase, secured at a great
bargain. We give you th benefit
Grocery Prices That Will Interest You
15c; special price
The Most Beaulilul and Elaborate
Gowns Thoroughly Cleaned
J. C. WOOD &l GO.
CLEANERS AND DYERS
1521 Howard Street, : : : : : : I Omaha.
BooWant Ads Bring tho Returns
We aim to rIvs you the hlshest quality
and frenhest goods st the lowest possible
price. We save the people of Omaha from
25 to 60 per cent on their housekeeping
7 lbs. bet rolled Ostmesl tic
i lbs. best hand picked Navy Beans 19c
10 bars Diamond C or Beat'em All fcioup.
24-lb. sacks bent Rye Flour 65o
The best white or yellow Corn Meal, per
The best domestic Macaroni pkg. SVsC
Malta Vita or Corn Flakes, pk. .. 7 He
gK-0-8ee or Dr. Prices' Breakfast Food,
Peanut Butter, per .tar : c
l'he best Soda or Oyster Crackers, per
The best crisp GlnKT Snaps, per lb. c
The best crisp iTetxels, per lb. .... be
3 lb. cans solid packed Tomatoes, at S'jc
2 lb. cans No. 1 Sweet Susar Corn 7 Vic
Fancy Muscatel Cooking Halslns, lb. Ro
Choice California Prunes, per lb.... SVlc.
Fancy Cleaned Currants, per lb 7Vc
Fancv California Dried Oraucs. ner lb. Be
Tou can't bat Harden's for Batter,
Cheess or Buttsrtns. Our motto: quality
at the lowest price.
Choirs Dairy Tsble Butter, per lb. 21c
rancy-jNo. 1 uairy 1 atue Hutter, per in.,
Fancy No. 1 Country Creamery Butler.
per lb 2c
Fancy full cream white or colored Cheese
Good Butterlne, special for this sale, .
lbs. for ......
TKIB IS OaAjrOB Will
We have sold over two carloads of tl"".
famous Highland navels In 10 daya. Thl.
demonstrates to you that they are the
finest, richest flavored and most palata
ble orange to eat. For this sale wo will
continue to sell them at the following
Regular 60c sUe. sale price, doz. 4c
Regular 46c size, sale price, doz. 8lc
Regular 30c size, sale price, doz. aft'1
Regular 30c size, sale price, doz. iioc
Regular 25c size, sale price, doz. 15c
Regular 20c size, sale price, doz. 12Vc
Kissed bv the nun. moon and the star.
OMAHA'S rain teobtabz.b
Fresh Spinach, per peck 5 On
3 bunches fresh Beets, Carrots or Tur
S bunches fresh Slialot Onions 1':
3 lba. Jersey Sweet Potatoes H'c
Large bunches fresh Pieplant.... 71.:
2 heads fresh Hothouse lettuce fie
Large head Lettuce 7Vsc-Ds
Fresh Cauliflower, per lb. 3Vy'-
Fresh Cabbage, per head
Large Grape Fruit, each be
Fresh Roasted Peanuts, quart 6"
AHHOUIICEMEIIT OF INTEREST TO BUYERS
Hayden Bros. Add to Their Already Large Number of
Our Recognized and Improved Delivery System We Know
Will Please Our Customers.
We have established four deliveries a day In the central part of town.
Once a day In the Walnut Hill and twice a dav In West Farnam and
Hanacom Park districts, and once a day our delivery system will reach
every house within the city limits. Benson and Dundee.
We deliver to Cllhson three times a .week, Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. To South Omaha, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday; Council
Bluffs, Monday, Wednesday and Friday; Florence and East Omaha Wed
nesday and Saturday; Albright. Tuesday and Friday. Our wagons go to
Avery, Bellevue, Fort Crook and Ollmore every Friday.
In order to make our deliveries such aa are bound to please our cus
tomers, we have added a number of warons, and will continue to add to
the number as occaalon requires. Wood ordered by 'phone will receive
as prompt attention as mos orneren in person, ir orders are not received
as promptly aa you think they should be, we will consider it a favor If
you will notify us tv pnone.
The policy of this store Is highest oual
'Phones opened at 7 a. m.; Bell S600; Inde
rson. If orders are not received I
we will consider It a favor if J
littles, lowest prices snd quick- T
HATDKN BKOS. I
Independent A-1181. I
TRY HAYDEIJ'S FIRST
is furnished by each of the two dally trains to St.
Paul and Minneapolis, via tho
Leave Union Depot, Omaha, 8:30 p. m. and 7:80 a. m. dally.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1512 FARNAM STREET.
W. O. DaTidson, Olty Msnst and Ticks Afsnt.
BAILEY (El MACH J)
Bast squlpped Dental offlcs In ths mlddla wot.
Highest srad bantlstry at KeasonablJ piifL Tf"
eelain flAlngs, just Ilk ths toots , in i "f Fo.r W
carefully at.rfllW aXurTahTJii.nt totrumt
THJJH FLOOK. PAXTO BUOCK,
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