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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1910)
THERE'S only one "best" in ready-to-wear clothes
and those you'll always find and find only in Omaha
at this store.
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Saturday's Special Salos
point embroidery. Every
pair fitted; Main Glove
('ounter, at, pair
gray, tan, brown, red, black and
white. Fitted if desired, pair . ,
$1 Quality Kid Gloves at 69c a Pair
Big bargain square of kid gloves
gray, black and white, all sizes,
Women's Short Silk Gloves
Two-clasp, Milanese and Tricot Weaves Kaysers
Fownes double tipped fingers black,
white and all fancy shades, at, pair . . .
Women's and men's pure thread silk hosi
eryfancy embroidered boots, allover lace
and lace boot patterns black, tan and
light evening, shades all plain silk and
Jisle tops and lisle- soles
and toes worth up to $2.00,
Tmn. Lisle and Cotton
Women's and men's fine imported lisle and yf lf
cotton hosiery allover lace and lace boot, fancy silk
embroidered plain black mercerized lisle y
worth 50c, at, per pair siJFC
Women's and men's fine cotton and mercerized hosiery
allover lace and silk embroidered, also misses', children's
and boys' hose, some with double knees, heels t 4?
and toes worth 25c, at, per pair C
Women's and men's fine cotton hosiery black, tan and
colors, also misses' children's and boys' fine school Q
hose, fast black worth 15c, at, per pair
Women's New Spring Neckwear
Lace Jabots, in Baby Irish, Irish Crochet, etc. Dutch Col
lars, in baby Irish, crochet, fancy embroidered and pleated
effects many worth to $1.00 THU CA.
at, each .ZOC-JUC
25c and 35c Ribbons at 15c Yard
Brilliant all silk tafeftns and moire ribbons, fancy Dresdehs
and plaid effects black, white and all colors
worth 35c a yard, at, yard
Sale of Handkerchiefs
Pure linm. hand embroidered, in
itial handkerchiefs; plain hem
stltched linen, Swiss embroidered
hniKtltehed and scalloped bor-
' dorn: also men's plain
white hemstitched lin
en, worth 20c, each..
Women's Lighter Weight Underweixr
Women's sleeveless Vests; tine
lisle, fancy colors, hand crochet,
trimmed All sizes, vf,Q
at, each TrC
Women's Sleeveless Union Suits; fine
:brella and cuff knees, at
Children'" , long . and
wing sleeve Vests
all cuff knee pants-
Women s . fine cotton,
sleeveless and ' wing
all sizes . . .
Store Your Furs
Moth balls, per pound. . ... 5c
White Tar Lavendine .... 15c
White Tar Cedar ...... 15c
Damurai Moth Destroyer. . 25c
olchcr-Schmidt Drug Go.
17th and Farnam Sts. Doth Phones.
MAY WIFE SEARCH P0CKETS7
Important Qaestloa to Hlsata of
Wife Arl.es tm llmtten 1)1
The right of a wife to go through her
husband's' pockets and extract therefrom
small changer or better came into the
llutten dlvoroe contest Friday when Dr.
Jfssa Howard Hutten asserted that Mrs.
Grace Hutten had practised this tlme-hon-vred
Mrs. Hutten, he thought, has amassed fJ5
or $30 by this means until the colored phy
ilclan began to "hide his money at night."
Hutten declared on the stand that he
had never . accused his wife of being un
faithful to him and did "not now think
Mrs. Hutten tells a different tale, saying
that her husband several times made thla
accusation to her face, naming an Abyssin
ian minister who was a guest at the Hut
ten home at one time.
The exorucUtlng pains from corns or
bunions may be avoldud by applying Cham
Women's 2-CUsp Kid Gloves at $1.50 Pr.
Celebrated Perrin's La Mure. Finest
selected Grenoble kid in all the new
shades of grny, green, blue, red, mode,
ohampajrne; also black and white; Paris
T ill lU a 1 (I I 3
Children's Gloves $1 Pair
French lambskin gloves-
tan, brown, red,
worth $1 pair, at .
Real hand embroidered, fine linen
handkerchiefs; all dainty, new
designs, madeira nd French ef
fects, many worth $1
special, at, eacn
Women's Silk Italian Vests; pink,
blue and white; silk ribbon trim
med Special, at.
cotton and llsl
Women's, fine lisle,
Swiss ribbed Union
' Suits; lace, trimmed;
umbrella pants all
WORKS WHILE SUING HIS BOSS
Kmloe of James Black fonsuir
lays on Job, Thouara Fighting-
There are few contractors who will per
mit an employe Bulng them to remain at
work, but the James Black company, which
Is building the City National Bank bulld
Irg, Is an exception.
Fred Schaer. a steel workman, Is now
plaintiff In dUtrict court for $;i99, alleging
this Is due because a steel beam dropped
on his right foot. Schaer returned to
work when his Injuries permltVd and
stayed aa long as other steel worker, al
though It was known that he intended
bringing suit. There ate one or two other
workmen for the Black company who
have small suits on who have hot been'
troubled as to their Jobs merely because
they are suing their employer.
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tora nettle Boor.
Can bo obtained by tha case from Charles
tors, next door north of Stora Brewery.
Prompt delivery to private family trad.
6ama price aa formerly. 'Phones W.bittr
UtiO, lad. B-U6L
Lion's and Young Hon's Suits
We positively are showing the grandest line of all
wool suits at the above popular prices to be found in the
city. We have them in all the new shades, including the
new handsome grays, wood browns, plain and fancy blue
serges. Every garment represents a substantial saving
Boys' Suit Speiial
Extra pair of trous
ers with each suit.
A. genuine $4 val
ue. BOYS' HATS
95 and 81.50
Our Hat Department
In brim full with all the
new and correct ntylea
of aoft and stiff hats
The Celebrated John B.
Stetson Hats, at ..$3.60
The Emerson Stiff Hat
now at ...... $3.00
The Young Bros., Soft
Hats, at 3.00
The. Guarantee Special,
really a $:'.50 hat. $190
Lotus Cream Butter, for Saturdav,
at, lb 340
Extra Fancy Country Butter, lb. 33o
Also In 1. 2, 8 and 5-lb. Jan.
Strictly Freah Eggs, per doi. . .93o
Guaranteed Egg; per do ao
Brandnls Eggs, not over 24 hours old
per do soo
Lotus Flour, per 48-lb. sack . .$1.80
Dr. Johnson's Wheat Bran, pkg. ISO
Very fine Flavored Mulr Peaches,
4 lbs. for . . . . too
Fancy Mulr Peaches, per lb loo
Seedless Raisins, per lb lOo
Wheatol, the new breakfast food, in
4-lb. bags, while it laats, bag ..950
Fancy Wisconsin Peas, dos. cans $1
French Macaroni, Spaghetti, etc., at,
per pkg , isa
Individual White Aaparagua, tin 16o
25c bottles Queen Olives, bottle ..ISo
pt. boxes Strawberries, per box lBo
Fng-llsh Hot House Grapes, Malaga
Grapes, Fine Table Apples, Grape
Fruit, Oranges, Lemons, Bananas,
om urown Asparagus, Kztra Fane
Head Lettuce, Romalne and French
Specials in Bakery Department
For Saturday, April t, we will have
, on special sale, Spanish Bun Cake,
each, at 90o
This Is a delicious, plain, home made
Cake, and sells regularly for 2 Be
Saturday only BOo
Layer Cake, each
Specials in Candy Department
Assorted Nut Brittle, lb 85o l This Is one of the best randies on
Almond. Filbert, Pecan, Walnut, Pea- the market, and Is made of the best
nut and Brazil Nut Brittle, for material, and sells regularly at 40c
.Saturday, per lb.-r... SBo J, pec lb., Saturday only, lb. ..... a So
$1.00 bottle Very Old Tokay, Satur-
. day, at .' Oo
$1.00 bottle Very Old Malaga, Satur
. day. at o
$1.00 bottle Very Old Maderla,' Sat
75c bottle Old White Port,
45c bottle Blackberry Pure. Juice
You good citizen.
Enlist today with
Omaha's best boosters.'
You want to Bee Omaha grow and prosper--that goes without say
ing, but did you ever stop to think of the things that are necessary to
growth and prosperity. .,
Did It ever occur to you that no matter how many advantages and
superiorities a city may possess they alone cannot advance her Interests
greatly? That these advantages and superiorities must be made known
advertised. If you please to those who will appreciate their Import
once and then act accordingly?
Many things contribute to such advertising, and none Is more Im
portant than expositions and conventions. But the most valuable con
vention from this viewpoint ever held in Omaha will be that of the
Associated Advertising Clubs of America, secured for this city by the
Omaha Ad Club.
Your help is needed to help the Omaha Ad club to nandle this con
vention in a manner productive of the greatest good for Omaha. The
club ought to have a membership of not less tban one thousand boost,
era for Omaha.
Will you be one of one thousand to Join this week?
You will If you want to see maximum growth and prosperity in
All you need do is to make immediate use of this coupon.
It's the live fish
that swim up
stream, and it's
live men that
make a city.
THE GODDESS OF
Will Reign Supreme Over the
MEGEATH STATIONERY CO.
1421 F&rn&m Street. Kahn Bros.. Props.
SATURDAY, APRIL 2ND,
THE WlSE'F.eiORIAL HOSPITAL BAZAAR
20 Per Cent of the Gross Cash Sales
HAVE A LOOK AT THEIR DONATION WINDOW
The Bee for-RU the Sporting Nbws
- t a
Beautiful line of
Dress Shirts all
new spring patterns,
at $1 and $1.50
Men's fancy hose,
plain and fancy
weaves; 2 Bo qual
ity, special, at, per
qt. Jars Queen Olives, Jar BOo
pt. Jara Queen Ollvea. Jar BSe
qt. Jars Manxanllla Olives, Jar . ...BSe
pt. Jars Manzanilla Ollvea, Jar ....ISo
Young American Cheese, lb 80o
New York Full Cream Cheese, lb. Bfto
Imported Swlas Cheese, lb 3So
Domestic Swiss Cheese, lb 96c
lmento Cream, per pkg lOo
Peanut Butter, our own make, lb. 80o
Aloa in 10c. 25c and 60c Jars.
Fancy Japan Rice, lb 4V4o
Booth's Salad Dressing; In bottles,
per bottle, at 10o
Mataoth'a, per lb 1
In pkg., at 10o, 150, Boo
20c Imported French Sardines ...ISo
25c Jars Pickles, at . . . . ; ISo
!0c Jars Pickles, at lOo
Dr. Johnson's Educator Foods.
Endive, Extra Fancy Fresh Tomatoes,
Extra Fancy Cucumbers, Extra Fancy
Wax and String Beans, Rhubarb and
Celery, Extra Fancy Egg Plant, New
Potatoes, Green Peppers, Spinach and
Bummer Squash. '
Pound Cake, each SOo
Jevll Food Cake, each too
Angel Food Cake, each BOo
Ribbon Cake, each 100
Ba Bas, at ISo
Almond Macaroons, Lady Fingers,
Apricot Macaroons, Assorted Kisses.
Paul Jones, bottled In bond, full qt .
now at 91.00
Golden Sheaf, bottled In bond, full
qt., now at (1.00
Old Taylor, bottled In bond, full qt.,
now at $1.83
Hindu Tonic, "The Great East India"
now at 4so
'Courtney's Lotus Brand" and J-yr.-
iuu pure straignt Kentucky wh,
key, now at V?
, Chairman Membership Oommltt,
Omaha Ad Olub.
Herewith Is my check for $6.00 In pay
ment for initiation fee ($8.00) and (
Business Address ,
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THE RELIABLE STORE
'TT.-i o i- rc a. i. it -
. . JliUL, tJUliUlUCl Ofc XUtVlA. IIHtKt lllt'Ul
for us mid that they're made right, fit M
right, wear right, the most critical, even l
the most nreiudiced cannot denv. ill,'
Come in and let us
snappiest line of Spring
shown in Omaha.
We've Something Else
to Show You in Clothes.
A manufacturer's clean up of all wool
6uits, worsteds, cassimeres, Scotch
tweeds, etc. Made to sell for and well
worth $15.00 to $20.00 all new spring
patterns, colors Q'ff ft $"1050
and styles, match-9 I ll-V I
less values, at
See Display in 16th St. Windows.
P" ma a ase Ba m& Bat, or Catcher's Mask with
I" ICC Saturday at $2.95 Up.
Come in Saturday, bring the boy we'll show you
at $2.95 to $10.00 to be found in Omaha and give him in
base ball and bat or mask free.
Fit them 'out in Fry Shoes. They
are made of real leather, the kind
that wears the kind that keeps out
the moisture. We sell a boy or girl
a solid pair of shoes at $2.00, and we
th!nk that they are the best to be
had for the money. See them, try
a pair. (
FRY SHOE CO.
16tb and Douglas Streets.
YOU SAVE nOUEY BY
Every first of the month brings
us many new customers people who
have been buying on time and paying
whatever their butcher cared to
charge. Don't be a laiy shopper.
Don't depend on others to do what
YOU should do yourself. Buying by
phone puts you entirely at the mercy
of others. Reason it out yourself.
1 buy at lowest market price in
quantity. 1 sell for cash, save deliv
ery expense, save bookkeeping ex
pense, and have no loss on bad ac
counts. ' Therefore, I can sell you
BETTER meats st LOWER prices
than credit dealers. Every week 1
buy larger quantities, get better bar
rains and give you the benefit. Cash
does It. START NOW! PAY CASH;
get better quality and save money.
Jos. Bath's Gash Market
1931 Taxnam at.
Tel. S. 6984
40c BLACK WALNUT TAFFY
per pound 25c
Ilej?ular 60c Princess Sweet
Chocolates, per pound. . . .39c
Myers-Dillon Drug Co. 1
16th and Farnam St.
Artesian Water Free
Tbe present agitation regard
Ins the city's drinking water,
prompts me to Inform tbe pub
lic that the Pure Artesao Water
f HOTEL ROUE
Is free to all who care to use It
In tbelr homes.
miiiiii mi .mi minmi mill1 1 jaewiiap) awpyy
Tad's Dental Rooms
i Vi Vr I: n JI
show you the
CepTrifht Hirt SchtlTnet &
Groat Drop In EYleat Pricos
at Hay don's KVZoat Dept.
Beef Tenderloin Roast i.. ....... .15c
Roast Park 12ic
Spare Ribs 12c
Boneless Rib Roast....... ,....12ic
Bulk Sausage 7c
Veal Roast , . . ... -.... ...... 10c
Ve al Chps . . . . . . . . . . 1 2 J c
Veal Stew ...... 6c
No. 1 Hams..:............ ,....17ic
Hind Quarter Lamb $1.25 Fare Quarter 75c
1 f 'V,i
Our Fire-Proof Storage
Mouse Proof Rooms '
Under Padlock, of which you
carry the key.
Call and see this place. You
should know how and where
your goods are cared for.
804-12 S. 16th St.
Never before was there such an
array of pumps and ties In this store
And every one a atar. Both the
Soros Is and Monogram lines are re
plete with snappy, up-to-date, exclu-slvely-wlth-us
styles. Tour only trou
ble will be to decide which you like
best; probably resulting- In your buy
ing several pairs Instead of one, as
you may have Intflnded to do '
or os Is ar $3.50 and 94.00
Monorrama are 93.00
Tha novelties of the season may be
had In both line.
Sorosis Shoe Store
203 No. IRth dt.,
rtilX WXX.OOX, Maaarer.
to:r..o..;.,.--'i.'W -r JV--.V- 7 -r
each Boys' Suit KJays
the best line of Boys' Suits
addition to the best suit, a
Saturday la boys' day at
Do not be saUstled with the
good enough kind get a real
8hoe made for hard wear
that a good, live ooy will give
If our kind of boys' shoes
cost a trifle more than the
common kind, you will find
them more than worth the
We guarantee uvery pair of
our boys' shoes to be satisfac
tory to the boy and to the
I to 5H 82.00
LITTLE GENTS' SIZES
ioh to 136 81.75
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
1 1 1 ail mi m isvrt
love, comfort and
THC CCR YOU LIKE
8224 Bo.' 24 th Street,
Boa. IBB. He a 333,
VAT VE1R OtTBID
Setal DIsmmvs rurml without
urKlral operutlun and Guaranteed to lt
No chluroforru, ether or otlinr
anarothetlo nurd Xaamlnatoi
Writ Tot free Book.
DR. E. R. TARRY
184 BBS BZ.90. OfcUla, BKB.
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