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TIITC BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. AFRIL 15, 1910.
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Greatest Sale of
This was a great cash pur
chase from a storage ware
house. Positively the greatest
bargains in floor coverings
we have ever offered.
ALSO IN THIS SALE WE OFFER BIG LOTS OF
STH AW MATTING, HUGS
and BATH ROOM RUGS
At 1 prices nthat are much lower
than actual cost to manufacture.
It will certainly pay our out-of-town
customers to make a special
trip and attend this big sale. You
can get Linoleums, Floor Oil
Cloths and Straw Matting Rugs
at tremendous reductions in price
Next Monday, April
bring May wedding. If yi
you the wedding gift. B
Clocks, etc. Spend a few minutes In our store,
Invited, let us sell
the wedding gift. Sterling Silver, Cut Glaus,
for tho name.
S W. LINDSAY. Jeweler
. 1310 Douglas Street.
ACTITITY IN OMAHA REALTY
Several Large Salea Are Made Curing
Last Few Days for Investment
NEW GARAGE CHANGES HANDS
"W'ladsor Hotel. la Itotutht for Invest
' aucnt Property on 3iotu Tweaty
'' Foarth Street BoBftht by
N. P. Dodge.
.': Three deeds were plnced on record with
the register Of deeds Thursday for the
traimfer of property, the sales being ne
gotiated through the McCatru investment
; , The property occupied by (he Electric
garage on Fa mum Just east of Twenty
fourth has been fold by Charles R. Sher
man and A. U. MaConnell to the Western
Koal Estate Truateea of Boston, ,the price
being K), 000. This Includes the building
and lot. the latter having a frontage of
Uty-six feot on Farnam street. It was
bought for an Invostmint-. DenUe Barka
low and Ueorg Itedk'k are tho present oc
cupants of the building and will so con
tinue. Tha Windsor hotel property at the north
west corner of Tenth and Jackson was sold
Ui a client of the McCague company, buy
ing for Investment, Tor ,uu. It Has a
frontage of elxty-alx feet on Tenth street
And 132 on Jackson. The property was sold
by the heirs of John Bchaub of Sarpy
county. ' '
Heirs of X J. Joslln of Albany, N. i .,
fcav transferred to N. P. Dodge. Jr.. eixty
slx feet on North Twenty-fourth aireet
mar Clark, on which Is a two-story frame
i building. Tlie price as 87.M0.
age, led them to the Omaha police station
at midnight, after a' scene at the Burlington
station. An argument before Captain Dunn
ended the case for the time being and ttaey
Mrs. Collins sought the srrest of her hus
band, charging that he was taking away
their son. Mr. Collins Is superintendent In
South Omaha for the water company. , He
and his wife live apart. He sought a divorce
last fall, but failed to take his decree. .
. ' )
Cowboy Life is .
Not as He Hoped
Runaway Lad Had Expected to Find
Things Different and Now
Wants to Go Home.
Alonto Williams, Esq., residence Cincin
nati, rage 14, and baggage, one revolver;
has ttken up his residence at the Detention
home pending return to Ohio. Dreams of
a cowboy life have faded.
The boy had been working as a collector
for a photographic supply house In Cin
cinnati, and havingaccording to his story.
lost some money of the firm, derided to
bult rather than face the music. He bought
a ticket to Cheyenne with other money be
longing to his employers and rode undis
turbed as far as Omaha.
Here he stopped off for a day and
promptly fell Into the hands of the police,
who turned him over to Juvenile court.
Since his capture lie has changed his mind
and wants to go home as fast as he can
TELL TROUBLES TO POLICE
. east ana
family Quarrel Over Basalt Br Takea
Pair to Matlou After Scemo
at Railway Depot.
;' A family disturbance between Mr. and
Jjrs. CUarlea J. Collins of South Omaha,
ever u iKlun the aon, 4 years of
Oae readactor Wae Wii Caret.
Mr. Wllford Adams la his name, aud he
writes about It: "Soma time ago I was
confined to my bed with chronlo rheuma
tism. I used two bottles of Foley's Kidney
Remedy With good effect, and tha third
bottle put me on my feet and I resumed
work aa conductor on the Laxtington. Ky,
Street Railway. It gave ma more relief
than any medlclna I have ever us.d, and
H will do 11 5rou etalm to cases of rheu
matism." relay's Kidney Remedy cures
rheumatism by tltmlnatlng tha urlo acid
from the blood. For sale by all drugglata
I SUMMER STYLE BOOK 2041 f If
Jf 'v Including any 15c Pattern F
Remnants and Bargain Friday
Our weekly clearing of odd lines, and special one day bargains to
attract the crowds. You are always sure of big economies here every
Dress Goods Remnants K
Several hundred choice lengths of new spring' materials for the
Friday round up. Dress goods of 3 V4 to 7 yards pieces. ,
11.25 fabrics, at, yard,. . .63tyJ I $160 fabrjes, at. yard. 75
BLACK WASH SILK Water and perspiration proof ' for summer
dresses. It's a yard wide, 11 value, for Friday 50
. BKXGALIXE MOIRE AND FANCY SILKS Very large line In all
wanted colors, 76c, 85c and $1.00 values, at.. .' 30
LINEN FINISHED SUITING White only with plain stripe or Grecian
border, fine for girls and Misses dresses, 36-Inch, 20c value. . . . 10
VAl LACES German and French vals. many widths and grades, worth
to $1.00 a bolt (12 yards), for.,
Embroideries, Edges and Inser
tions Great values. .... .5
Amoskeag Ginghams The 8 c
grade, at 6
Year's Greatest Op
portunity. Oalo ofGOO
In season's most exacting styles, a
wonderful purchase at a wonder
fully low price. Description would
be futile, so varied are the styles.
They are all one-piece models,
mostly all white a few in pink
and blue, some of allover em
broidery, some lace Insertion trim
med.. On account of congestion of
our workrooms, no alterations will
be made. Buy these ' handsome
$10, $12 and. $15 dresses, Friday,
A ONE DAY FURORE IN LINi
GERIE WAISTS Beautiful high
neck 'and low neck DiHch collar
effects, very fine materials, val
ues to $3.00, to ciear.. 131.40
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR A Fri
day clearing at a quantity of
slightly mussed garments,', such
aa' gowns,, skirts, drawers and
combinations, $2.00 and 13.0Q
values; laundering makes them
perfect, to close, each 982
A Clearing of Post; Card' Albums
A real clearance of a very large quantity of fine large' books, holding
two, three nundred and more cards. Albums tbat ;
. have been selling at $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00, ' ' til
arranged on Friday bargain tables, for choice, at. . .
Great Sale Women' s Tan Oxfords
- - 1 I !-
All the Urge Eastern cities are forcing tan footwejis.rf or ; women,
, more strongly than ever. We are fortunate in being abto to announce
a sale for Friday , of 500 pairs. . .- . ,
Russia Calf, two eyelet ties, smart new pump ef
fects; low cut Cuban heel and welted soles. : These
. are scarce styles, alsolutely correct and best $5.50
values' on the ' sw as , ' ; ,
Picture Fracinii OH This Week
Have your picture framing done now; choice oT 500(kind8 of frame
. moulding In every finish. We can help you to many: artistic effects
and guarantee best possible work
Friday and Saturday, at. .V-
Garden, Lawn and Household Needs
No. S Oalvanlied Iron . Wash Tubs,
12 Qt Oalv. Iron Water Palla....X8o
5 ply Garden Hose. (15 ft. lengths),
per foot .Bo
S piece Garden Sets, for children, 25c
kind, at Bo
Lawn Rakes, good grade .880
Steel Rakea, It tine for le
Palo Alto Metal Polish, pt can..l0o
Shlnlte Floor Stain, pint cans, 60
Garbage Cans, covered and bandied.
No. 2 slse ..... ....wi. 69o
Oil Cans. J and'IT galloO, worth $1.B0,
foor ;.,........;..... .490
Enamel, all colors. 'worth to 60c, at So
Good House. Paints ' "
Quarts :.' .....lBo
H gallons ., .S60
Top Shine- Floor Polish, 26c kind, lOo
Liquid Veneer. Polish. ., ...8So
raiOAT BAJtOAOra Xir OKZVA AITS aULSU, ZTOeOO pieces, fancy col
ored glass Bon Bon Dishes, Jelly stands. Vases, etc., splendid 25c values,
rooster shape, 26o
Opal Vases Fancy
. decorations Ho
rasa rera Dishes
with .lining, 11.50
. . . .
Grocery Specials for Friday and Saturday
Cornmeal. yellow or
white, 8 -lb. sack, HHo
Bennett's Beat Coffee,
I lbs .1.00
And 100 Htampa.
Bennett's Best Coffee, 1
. And 80 Stamps.
Bennett's Capitol Ex
And 20 Stampa.
Bennett's Teas, as
sorted per lb 880
And 10 Stampa.
aorted, per lb.
And 76 Stamps.
Bennett's Capitol Flour,
' per sack 81.63
And 0 Stampa. -Small
Sour Pickles, ,dos .
' Pure Fruit Jellies, per
glaxa 1 . .100
, Doubts Stamps on But-
C C. C. Asparagus, tall
can, lOo slse .....lAo
Rex Lye, I cans..... 880
And 20 Stamps. '
Peanut Butter. ' t Jar,
And 10 Stamp.
Chicken Feed, lb So
Double Stamps on Gran
ulated Sugar. . '
Seeds, vegetable, flower
seeds, pkg ,;.8H0
Jello, Ice Cream -1 Piw-
,ler, t pkgs goo
And 20 btamps.
Galllard Olive Oil, bot
And 60 Stamps.
Msearonl, Star and
Crescent, I pkga., USo
And 10 Stamps.
l Jon French Mustard.
And 10 Stampa.
Keystone Lye. lo cans,
Stollwerck'a Cocoa, H-
Ib cans SOO
. And tO Stampa.
Fels Naptha Soap, six
E. C. Corn' Hakes,- t
pkgs., for aa
, And 10 Stamps.
. JuMenne Tomate
Bouillon, I5o qort
cans for ko
KalsiBS, California aeei
lesa raialns, 16a qul-
Uy, at l-te
Currant. 12c.. Pkga) 5
reaone. Call. Krap ,
Wuches, 11 H Quality,
2 lbs. for 18o
Lightens House Work
Work,'Work, Work, Beat, Bresh,
Dust and Broom. Tired, dusty, dirty
and. nervous before the day la half done.
Isn't that the dally, experience of.
many s housewife.
PEERLESS Suction cleaners do
th work 8 thousand times dettermHh
. half the work.
Gets all the dirt on -the surface
and under the surface, behind registers
and radiators and cracks and crevices.
And does it DUSTLESSL V.
ttliutratrd bonk anil adttrtu of nrarrst
PEERLESS dralfT Irn n rtquttl 10
Manufacturer - Outlet Company, Mfgl
'89 Chambers Street, New YerV
Tm Sale If
THE RLLIA2LE STORK
'. The Bennett Company.
Orohard 8s Wllhelm Carpet Co.
. 011... , .....
For Big, Little Offices
That Expect to Grow
Far men who dassnd systenaufe BMthods tast
tlghte labor, eliminate mlsUkta, stop kas er ifapladng'
of important letters or saasii (ftftl't will frvre
aa investinent of many returns. ' ;
- USIfin m yowr omos nans
SE it paaaible to hare every important
Utter, Contract, Price List, Stock
Record er Inventory Sheet within
eeqr roach under yur vert thumb
To Work kt ftarr Of floe)
And m your burtiM pm and th
txmti imlui idaM fro. tifM M ttana, r4
awrafttl ntperaM, wilt gfvt too t Rlitt rya.
tsm Out for rwlkbtl-iy Mtl aAckac
will bt pwrrVtlon iiMlf.
ItdO tv twfaaaiittmlty font from
eaTTwfuUy Mtwowd qu-rtr-MjBi oak and
jrwTruin pnahofviiy. . W fruanurt? Umm
UBranory tn ryrspct, 8x8 toquahtv.
not MtitioWtory. n autcd. iny may
rtnrrrfld 1 aur cxrana and tha pnot
t nnwtdied wlbngl and etktwfaU.
How Sncwlna; an TJnoauaM x.m of
Office Desks, Tables, Chairs, and
Popular lilnes at Popular Prices
414-18-18 Month 16tn Bt.
The Back of a Coat
Is the tell-tale :the teat of a "good
fit." That is. where a man cannot
see without a mirror, and hence it
Is' a point often overlooked, or
rather purposely neglected, by
ordinary tailors. Our coats are
made to fit as well In the back as
In the front in fact, to give "all
around" satisfaction to the wearer.
Get a guaranteed suit made here.
Suits , . $25 to $40
The Lcmdcm 7oih
4 (Tflfftl I
Jap Rice, 7c quality, B
lbs.; fur 8So
Newport Catsup, bottle,
k And 10 Stamps
Snider Baled Dresalng,
Chill Sauce, or Cock-
UU, at 83o
And 10 Stamps.
Snider'. Catsup, bottle.
at '. . . i eao
And 10 Stamps.
Shredded Wheat Biscuit.
pkg.. at .', 18 Ho
And 10 Stamp.
Diamond O Boap, 8 bars
Sterling Silver Gloa
btarcii, 8-lb. ., box ..60o
And 10 Stamps.
Gillette's "Mustard, larire
And 10 Stampa.
Qiien-Cldar Vlngar, qt.
bottle for BSo
And t0 Stampa.
Crax'kera, I ten a Soda
nd Oyater, -lb. box.
Loaf Sugar, French rut,
And 10 Stamps.
Cocoanut Bars Cookies,
per ib. '. " ISO
Hen's Tourist and Gra
ham Crackers, pkw..
- for .,... , t 10
. And 10 Stamps.
Tha Loncsl Rate of
iha Season is
via t '
Tickets on sale from
March 1st to April 15th
For Information In de
tail, see or write
Vat, and Ticket Agent.
1428 rarnam Bt. Owaba.
In Our Famous Domestic Room
30,000 yards of Mill Ends, and whole pieces of tho finest spring wash
goods, ginghams, prints, pongees, white goods, poplins, percales, etc., at lefts
than half their regular value
We will place them In 4 lots, according to value,
at yard ....5S 7c. 10 nd 12Mi
AT 0:30 A. M. We will place good long remnants of all kinds of wash goods,
linings, etc, at yard .' . , 2 H
AT 1:30 P. M. We will place another large line of good wash goods, etc.,
sold at 10c to 15c a yard, good long lengths, 34 to 8 yards; not damaged,
but perfect goods, at yard , 3V4
AT 2 p. M. AH the remnants from the high-grade wash goods and white
goods, up to 69c a yard, all at one price, yard 10
6 sales of different goods will be called on the floor at a very low price.
$5 Laces Friday at 59c Yard
One More Day of the Greatest lace liar- j
gain Kvent Omaha Has Ever Known.
DAND& rnf-Cfi MPhai i lorje.
GALLOONS IN8ERTINCS ALLOVERQ
Every yard perfect; all staple, up-to-date goods; not one yatd worth
less than $1.00 and up to $5.00 a yard On sale In two big tots Friday-
Laces worth $1.00....
Laces worth $1.50....
Laces worth $2.00....
Laces worth $2.60....
Point de Paris Wash Laces,
Heavy Cotton Cluny Laces
10c to 20c values
Val. Laces, and Zion City
Laees, worth 10c to 20c.
Don't r.liss Tficso Silk Specials
Check Taffetas and Loulslennes, In black and white or blue and white, worth'
75c a yard, 23-inch, printed pongees in different patterns, worth 69o a yard.
Also 26-inch tussah pongee, In the new shades, worth 75c a yard, at... . 39
Foulards In a beautiful line of colors,
in small and medium effects, splen
did quality, at yard 58
30-inch Mark Taffetas
89c values, at yard 69
$1.25 values, at yard 89
30-inch Mark Peau de Sole
$1.25 values, at yard ,. . . 89
$1.50 values, at yard $1.19
20-inch Whit Jap Silks. , .19
27-lnch White Jap 'Silk's 20S 39
30-inch White Jap Silks, . 39. 49
Plain and Fancy Silks Thousands of,
remnants in all weaves, foulards, pon-'
gees, tussah, taffetas, peau de
cygnes, etc., values to $1.00 a yard,
at ...28 and 38
In Our Domestic Room
Ladies' Suit Section
A magnificent line of bargains In new
Spring Tailor, Suits; all colors and
fabrics; all sizes; on Bale, at
$12.50 $10 $8.50 $7.50 $5
Ladies' House Dresses; regular $1.60
values, at 98
75c Dressing Sacques 39
Dress Skirts; splendid values at $2.60,
choice, at $1.50
Ladles' Wrappers; regular $1.26 val
ues, Friday, at G9
Children's Wash Dresses; a chpice Une
of styles; matchless qualities, at
$2.50 $1.50 98 49 25
$1.50 Ladies' Underskirts, at . .95c4
Ladles White Wash Waist ; new,
pretty styles; the resular $1.25 val
ues, at ....'....494
$1.25 Long Kimonos, at G9
Furnishing Goods Bargains,
in the Domestic Room
Men"s 50c Dalbrlgan Underwear
white and colors, with double seated
drawers, at -25
Men's 75c quality Balbrlggan Under
wear, at, garment 30
Men's' Union Suit; Paris knit or Bal
brlggan; regular $1.50 values, on sale
t , 694
Men's Work Shirts; regular 75c and $1
values, Friday 49i
Men's, Ladles' and Children's' Hose
worth to 25c, in black and colors
on Bale ....7W 10t and 15Vt
Children's Summer Underwear All
shades; regular values to 35c, now
at : 10 and. ISj
Men's and Boys' Laundered Shirts
values to $1.50, on Bale, each
at .2t) and 49
Many Other Splendid Bargains
beautiful spring millinery at less prices.)
No. 1 Pork Loins 14 H
Pork Chops, at IKr
8 lbs. Leaf Lard $1.00
No. 1 Flour, sack $1.45
Wyoming Potatoes, bushel . . . . (J5
Q. E. Welch
x BeUt aad Tarn am street
Grand Clearance Sale of Draperies ::
All remnants and short lengths left over from the week's selling, will be
placed In two great lots
Lot 1 Consisting of remnants of nets, madras and silks, worth up to $1.28 a
yard, your choice Friday, per yard -254!
Lot 2 Consisting of remnants of nets, madras, Swisses and all kinds of drap
ery goods, worth up to 60c a yard your choice Friday, per yard. , 10(
All ruffled swiss curtains, worth up to $2.60 a pair, your choice of the entire
lot, each 1 -49i
Big line of odd pairs of curtains, worth up to $7.60 a pair, your choice of the
lot, per pair $2.5C
Small tapestry pieces all colors, some worth up to 75c, the entire lot Frlda
High Grade Wool Goods
Remnants of high-grade wool dress goods. In 4 lots
at yard .15. 194. 25c and'aoV
About 100 patterns of strictly all wool suitings, 44-inch,. 60-lnch and (4-lnch,
that sold from $1.98 to $2.98 a yard; patterns of 6 yards, 7 yards and S
yards, all at one price per yard - 4S
High-grade linen department remnants of Irish, Scotch and German linens, in
2 yards, 3 yards and 4 yards and sold from 75c to $1.60 a yard will go in 6
lots, at yard , 18. 25. 39. 49 ana 59
, AT THE . REGULAR COUNTER. ; '
2,000 yards of linen crash at about naif Prico
3,000 yards of sheetings, 9-4, 10-4 and 8-4, also yard wide muslins, at
about , ...Half Price
Extra specials on both towels and Huck towels at this cotinter.
READ THESE GROCERY PRICES FOR FRIDAY'S SALE.
We Save You From $5 to $10 a Month On Your Grocery Bill.
48-lb. Hark Best High Patent Flour, 1.S5
18 lbs. Bent Granulated Sugar $1.00
8 Bars Beat 'Km All or Diamond C Boap,
The Best White or Yellow Coornmeal. at
sack 12 He
10 lbs. Best Rolled Breakfast Oatmeal, 26o
( lbs. Best Hand Picked Navy Beans, per
6 lbs. Pearl Tapioca, Hugo, Barley or
4 lba. Fancy Japan Head Rice 25o
6 lbs. Choice Japan Head Rice 26o
Bromana-elon, Jellycon or Jello, pkg., JH
1 -lb. Cam Assorted Boupa 7 He
The Beet Domeatlo Mac, onl, pkg. . ,8Vo
Tall Cans Alaska Salmon 10c
Oil or Muatara (taroinen, per can. .. . . .iu
1- lb Cana Fancy Sweet Bucar Corn..7He
2- ll'. (ana Karly June Peas :".c
2-lb. Can Wax, 8trtns. Oreen or Lltna
8-lb. Cans Golden Pumpkin, .Homli..
Haurr Kraut or Baked Beana ...... 7HC
Tm. ttt il..Ar, ftantos Coffee, la uc
Th. FOmt Tea Slftlnas per Ib 12Hc
Choice B. P. Japan Tea, per lb...
BTTTTZK, CaTXXn AJTO HCeOB.
The Beat. Strictly Fresh No. 1 Eg;s
tinr ti oo a dosen. our urlre.
......, . , - ,
Fancy No. 1 Creamery Butter, lb....J0o
Fancy Country Creamery Butter, lb., 28o
Fancy No. 1 Dairy Buttur, lb 2fo
Fancy Full Cream Clieee. lb H0o
tu Tuonvm Kimtif rom nzsac
I bunchea Fresh Asparagus 6a
6 bunches Fresh Onions 6c
6 bunches Fresh Radishes . ...6o
J bunches Fresh Leaf Hothouse Lettuce,
Fresh Shalots, Turnips, Carrots or Beets,
t bunches Fresh Pie Plant , ua
Head Lettuce, per head 7 Ho and Ka
Fresh spinach, per peck.,., 16o
Fresh Peas, per quart 7 Ho
Fancy Ripe Tomatoes, per lb 12 Ho
New Potatoes, per lb. 7H
Fresh Parsley, bunch lu,o
Large Cucumbers, each ...,10c and 7 Ho
a arxciAX. can or kxoibxawd
The Oraag of Quality
K6 ais, per dosen , ..30'.
lit slr.e, per dosen, r'"
1(0 aise, per dogen , 20(
178 else, per dosen -"''V
200 slse, per dozen
' Closing- out ta balaiio of krnVbei
TRY UAYDEU'S ' FIR?
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