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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1909)
TTIE REE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, AFRTTj', 20, 1000.
BEG TO ANNOUNCE TO THEIR.
vm (greatest $m
Ever Hold by Any
Store in tho World
We bought for spot cash, the en
tire stock on hand of one of the lead
ing mills in the east.
IVe have held big Lace Cur
tain Sales before, but never
before did we offer bargains
so wonderful as these.
You can easily save
the expense of your
buy the Lace Cur
tains you need at
this great sale next
The Stock is Higher Class, the Var
ieties is much greater and the bargains
the biggest in our history.
It is well known that Brandeis stores always buy for
cash, no matter how fine the goods or how large the amount
The best bargains in America are therefore always offered
first to us.
Here Are a Few Specials
All the Lace Curtains, worth up to $6.00 a pair CG
wity go on sale at, each
All the Lace Curtains worth up to $3.00 a pair Cr
will go at, each w J C
AH the Lace Curtains worth up to $1.23 a pair T) C
will go at, each , C
All the finest Lace Curtains from the stock, worth up to
$18.00 a pair, will go at
The Lace Curtains are all in pairs, but will be sold either
in pairs or singly, as you wish.
Special Next Tuesday
All ihe Bobbinet, all the Fancy Net, all the Swises, Cretonnes
and other yard goods, worth to $1.00 a yard, C
will go, at, yard UC
i i n i 1 I I I
1 ff f
1b made or unmade by the shoe
she wears. A handsome foot
in a poor fitting shoe loses Its
beauty, while a poorly formed
foot in a handnome shoo al
ways looks well. Every wo
man that Is fitted at this store
has. an attractive looking foot.
93.50 $4.00 "" 85.00
showing thin spring
acme of style and
We are showing evwi
. and heel In golden
and brown kid,
dull and Russia catf and patent
rolt in gray, black, brown and
The nobby two-button patent
rolt is shown exclusively by us.
Pumps that do not slip. The
button blucher, turned and welt
shoes, cloth and kid tops.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Faroam Street
( 1 Q
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tern. KJr ft
Thn Mnmnipr Slil Ilook Is In. It's
and a Free ladles' Home Journal i-ai
Tuesday is Linen, White Goods
and Domestic Day
Bennett's name prices on standard grade household linen and cot
tons that are nowhere else duplicated. No remnants, but fresh, de
pendable merchandise such as every family has need of.
MAYDEUs 'ri'"9 HAVDENs
TNt MLIABIC frOM
thc himui treat
Bargain Day in Cloak Department
Small lots and broken lines to be closed at far below actual
worth. Your opportunity.
10,000 yards very
fine quality, worth
30c yard, 32-lnch
In new styles
checks, stripes and
figures. 12 c and
15c goods, at
90 inches wide, and
worth $1.25 a yard,
fine for tailored
TABI'K MNKN Very handsome two-yard all linen damask,
nlanrfil nalaht snri hanriftOfTlfl nattemS. VSTd '
24-inch Napkins to match, per dozen . . . 83.50
... ... ... . . . . . . . . . a t'Wi v a.1 1 . V
RL.KACHED BHEKTIXG Z V4
yards wide, actual retail price
29 cents, Tuesday 9(11
special, at "Vlt
IX BLEACHED SHEETING 2
yards wide, Impossible to buy
equal quality under
25c, at yard . . . iOL
IN BLEACH ED CANTON VtS-
NEL 36 pieces on sale, 8 cent
quality, at, 4C
PlLIiOW CASES 45x36-lnch, ex
cellent quality, Q
To April 30, 1909
to 1 Ban Francisco, Los
Angeles, San Diego and
many other California
to Portland, Tacoma and
ELKCTUIC BLOCK SIGXELS MAKE
IT THE SAKE KOAD TO TRAVEL
CITY TICKET OFFICE
1324 FARNAM STREET
Ftoonaa: Ball Doug. 1838, and Ind. A -3831.
to Weed, Call., Ashland,
RoBeburg, Eugene, Al
bany, and Salem, Includ
ing So. Pac. branch lines
to Spokane and Interme
diate O. R. & N. points.
p would suggest this as being the moit
appropriate time to examine our beauti
ful new "Dorothy Dodd" Low Shoes for Spring.
Our stock is very complete and includes Oxfords
in the new Suede finishes, Cravenettes, Gun Metal
and Tan Russia Calf-skin; Tan and Black Kid-skin
and Patent finished leathers in a splendid variety
of recent and fashionable patterns.
Trains 103 -104
Si umaua h
C I 00 I
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I V Kansas Cily i
a sias p. m. B
Kansas Cily 1
l48 A. X. I
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Kali a la Cart I
Taka hla train whaa yon
traval btlwui Omalkn
j and Xumi Olt;.
IV ThosrF.' Godfrey, g
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1423 rarnam Btraat. H
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Tuesdays' Fine Grocery Inducements
Bonnet t'a Capitol Coffee, per pound, pkn iSe and 40 green tmpn
Bennett'e Teas. asaortPd kinds, per pound RSc and 50 green stamps
Upton's Teas, per pound SOc- and 40 green stamps
Tipton's Jellv, assorted flayers, pkg , ;..10c and 10 green stamps
California Kips Olives, 60c cans 30o
Chap Tan Sliced Pineapple, can .'Uc and zn Kreen stamps
Franco-American Soups, pint can ZOc and
Bennett's Capitol Haklng Powder, per pound !4c and
Pure Honev. mason pint Jar 25c and
Ellen Sardines, can 10c and
New South Syrup, can i!2c and
Kamo Catsup, bottle 23c and
Armour's Veal Ham and Beef Uoaf 10c and
Armour's Corned Beef. 2 lb. can 28c and
Boyalton Lima BBeana, 12 Ho quality, 3 cans for 2:c
Potter fc Wrla-htlna-ton Clams, 19c size cans for 12c
Martha Washington Flakes, package 10c and 5 green stsmps
SOc Burnham's ClamllOc Cooking Raisins, per I Seeds, Flowers and Vege
ennwaer i punnu miir
Taft's Dental Rooms
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Values to $7.50, fine pnnanias
and fanev mixed fabrics, new
est styles, all colors ou sale at,
$12.00 Silk Coats, in all the pop
ular long loose styles; great
snaps Tuesday at $7.95
Silk and Net Waists Values to
$5.00, at :....$1.50
$t$.00 and $20.00 values, in foul
ards, taffetas and messalinefv
all colors, cleaver new designs,
$7.50 Covert Coats, in all the lat
est styles, satin lined, a great
snap at $4.95
$1.50 House Dresses 98c
Extra Specials for Tuesday
In Our Famous
Be urp and attend our. Famous
From to O-.iln A. M. One cn.se of
No. 101 fine yard wide bleached
Muslin. 10c values, 10 yards limit,
From II to 11:30 A. M. One case of
19c Towels, 2 pairs to customer, at.
oarh ; U
From 2 to 2:30 I. M. One case of
Fruit of the Ixjom, tho genuine arti
cle, 10 yards limit, at, yard . ...5
We Ship all Fresh Vegetables and Fruits Direct
We aave you from 50 to 75 per cent In your Fresh Vegetable and Frnlta.
C bunches fresh home grown onions. Be
2 heads fresh Icaf Lettuce 5c
Large Head Lettuce, each. 7Mc
Fresh Spinach, . per pock 20c
Fancy Ripe Tomatoes, per lb 7 Vic
Fresh Beets, Carrots or Turnips, per
bunch , 4c
Large bunches fresh Parsley ..... .Be
Fancy Wax Beans, per lb IBe
New Cabbage, per lb 4c
Fancy Jersey Sweet Potatoes, lb.3V4c
TRY MYDEN'S FIRST
DR. BRADBURY. DENTIST leo,
Palnlaaa Extracting BOs 'r-vCJB
Crown, up from.. 9S-M
Partial PlaUa, up
rAJLMJLtt ITU1T. IT vaa
aama oXIioa. 'rbonai D. 1TM.
. PlUInca. up from
up from CI.
Brldc-a Work, par
tooth, up from fla.B
tiarvaa ramovod with.
Work cuaraniawl taa
10 arecn stanins
10 rfreen stampH
I 12V.C 5c 3c
Train No. 14, will leave Omaha
6:08 p. m. now leaves 6:128 p.
m., will arrive Chicago 8:38 a.
ra. now arrives 8 :58 a.m., mak
ing connection with early morn
ing 24-hour trains to Now York.
This train will be equipped
with Library-buffet and Pull
man Standard Sleepers berth
lighted chair car and dining
Rocky Mountain Limited
Train No. 7, will leave Omaha
11:12 p. ni. now leaves at 11:17
p. m., arrival at Colorado unchanged.
City Salesroom 1613 Howard St. Tel. Doug. 1261
20 Discount Sale 20
EVERY DAY UNTIL MAY 1ST ON
Homebulldera should Immediately take ad
vantage of this big special offer of a 20
discount on all purchases made before May 1.
It's a big opportunity make your selection,
compare our price with that charged else
where and then we will chop off Just 20.
You don't have to take the
fixtures as soon as they are
bought. We will keep them
here for you until you are ready
to have them hung. Just buy
before May 1st and save 20.
An Iron-clad guarantee as to
workmanship and material goes
with everything we sell and
you may have your money back
if not satisfied.
Omaha Lighting Fixture Co.
417 South 15th Street, Omaha
Bought for SPOT CASH from RECEIV
ERS of Firm of
RUTHERFORD & JENSEN
The magnificent stock of Wall Paper,
French, English, German and Domes
tic Papers STRICTLY UP-TO-DATE,
which we offer at 1-10 their original
value. Come and look them over, at
2008 FARNAM ST.
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Using Power Now? Expect To?
No matter what power it is or what you have thought
it would be, it will pay you to find out about Electric Tower.
Our experts will gladly plaft and estimate the cost of
your power without expense to you.
Let us show you.
Omaha Electric Light & Power Co.
Y. M. C. A. BUILDING
Contract Department. Both Phone.
It ia I hid- now to ! t BlflM for K' aduatloit -We
w a Ixmmful rap anil n kihm.k hI r.lff full
f tieautlful article aultahle for gift. Ifi for the
" S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweter
1614 BOVaXOM BTaUU -
Domestic lloom. . j .. . - ,
30 Mlnutrs Sal B.
From 10 to 10:30 A. M. On : of
IBe tine pointed waih goods, batlntus
and organdies, 12 yards limit, at,
per yard 4t
From a.so to 4:00 I. M. On caae of
10c Dreas Ginghams, fast colors, 10
yards limit, at, a yard .' 5
From 4::iO to 5 P, M.-On cme of
Apron Checks, worth. 6c yard, 10
yard limit, at, yard 2H$
Fancy fresh Peas, per quart . ...lflo
Fancy ripe Strawberries, qt. boxes. IBe
Large Grape Fruit 6c and 7 Vic
60c size Highland Navels, dozen. . 40c
60c size Highland Navels, dosen, .30c
40c size Highland Navels, doon,.25c
30c size Highland Navels, dozen,. 20c
KGS F.GGS KOGS
Strictly No. 1 Fresh Kgjpt, dozen 20c
' Monday's prices on ' all groceries,
crackers, butter, cheese and meats.
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