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THE BEE : OMAHA. FRIDAY. MAY G. 1010.
CONNOR JURORS MAKE REPLY i
Eight Members of Panel Declare
Their Good Faith.
INSIST THE VERDICT WAS JUST
John Hrttt Forth Statement tuat
Derision Wan llfirbfil After
llonrat and ralnataklns
K'.irht member of th Connor will trial
Jury make affidavit In district court In re
ply to th affidavits fll-1 the other day liy
counsel for the proponents in support of
i motion for a new trlnl.
The. first of these affidavit." H by John
J3rltt, a brother of Iho Attorney of that
name. Mr. P.rltt carries the. war in Africa
and asserts that whatever rellRlous dlscus
alon got Into the rasa was Interjected
there by C. J. Smyth of counsel for the
Brltt gwenrs that "the verdict is the re
sult of a deliberate and honest conviction,
laurel upon the evidence and nolhinK else;
that Joseph A. Connor deliterately fle
troyed bis will.
Tho oilier Jurors awear that they have
read lirltt's affidavit and affirm Its truth
In respect to these Ktntements and likewise
deny that anything was aid In the Jury
room about "the church having property
rnnufrh; that the church did not need the
properly in dispute and that therefore the
heirs ought to have It."
The Jurors likewise unite in saylnts they
lid not hear nn elderly woman walk out
tf the court room saying-, "He is a liar."
ni;h reference to C. J. Smylli, who was
then addressing the Jury.
Tlie Jurors making- affidavits besides
Kritt are Charles II. Allen. J. 15. E. Moore,
P. .1. Traber, Harry H. Munslcker and A.
The.a affidavits are filed by J. .1. Sul-
llvan ami James P. Knullsli. counsel for
the Connor heirs, and these two attorneys
Join themselves In an affidavit.
Campen Shies at
Assistant City Engineer Does Not
Warm to Sheldon's Request
Councilman Sheldon, as censor oT the
bathing costumes to be worn by swim
mers at the Omaha Hod and Uun club,
has requested Assistant City Knginrer
Campen to prepare drawings and make pat
terns for a proper suit, but Campen Is not
enthusiastic over the Job.
"My work, as I understood It, was to be
engineering," said Mr. Campen. "While I
nave some knowledges of draftsmanship,
still I hesitate to tackle this assignment.
Now, If the design were to be for a bath
ing suit on the Isthmus of Panama I
could handle it without much trouble, but
to make fli-signs and patterns for a self
conscious people is entirely different. At
the Isthmus a drslre to swim and perhaps
a coral necklace would be the limit of
"Here, I am given to understand, there
must be a foundation and on top of that
an apron or some such thing, with the
footings covered by opaque material and
the wings quite exposed.
"For a man any other man can design
a bathing suit that will set off his good
points Just the way be desires, but for a,
woman, they tell me, the Idea Is to con
ceal, or not more than half reveal, the
good points. That problem will give mo
eome study. City Knglneer Craig la a high
officer In the Rod and Uun club and he
will have to vhoulder the heavy end of
this design for stop-short clothes that will
not be condemned by Councilman .Sheldon."
Minnesota's Governor to Stop Off for
a Family Visit on His Way
lioiciuor Eberhart of Minnesota has
w ritten President Ryder of the central
Republican club that he docs nut care to ;
have a reception committee meet him at !
the depot, when he comes for the repub- 1
lican banquet Monday night. The gover- ;
nor nays h,i his letter:
My folks live In Nebraska and 1 mny
make them a visit on my way lo Omaha. I
It Is therefor impossible for mo to tell I
when I will arrive. Will report Imme- !
dlately upon my arrival, so that the club j
neto, not go to any trouble In looking
after me. I am anticipating a good deal
of pleasure from the gathering you are
Governor Eberhart Is a man of most
democratic spirit, say those who know him,
and by his conduct In the difficult posi
tion In which he was placed on the death
of Governor Johnson, has almost made
his nomination -by acclamation a fore
Tickets for the banquet are still being j
canea ior in niusi encouraging fashion,
and the capacity of the Rome banquet
hall will probably be tested to the limit.
to Stop Speeding
Says Chauffeuri Must Quit Using
Farnam Street as a
Chief Donahue has declared this the open
season fov motor speeders.
"I have noticed," remarked the chief,
"that there are a lot of chauffeurs out in
the West Farnam district who take their
bosses down to the offices In the morning
iu a very decorous manner and then pro
ceed to bit 'er VP at about seventy-one
and two-thirds miles an hour on the re
turn trip. .
"I have Issued orders now for the officers
to arrest a bunch of these chaps and put
them in Jail, rut them there and keep
them long enough to let them know there
Is really something doing.
"Then there Is a bunch of kids who
own fust motor cycles who seem to think
that Karnam street Is a specially con
structed speedway for their exclusive bene
fit. I'nless they are able to run away from
our motor cycle squad, we'll Jug some of
those young hopefuls, too."
For More Than t kree Decades
J-'oloy's Honey and Tar has been a house
holdvfavorlte for all ailments of the throat,
chest and lungs. For Infants and children
It la best and safest, as It contains no
opiatea and nn harmful drugs. None genu
ine but Foley's Honey and Tsr In the
yellow . package. Refuse substitutes. For
ale by all druggists.
EXTRA SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY
We will clenr away thousands of yards of up-to-date
goods Friday in short and medium pieces at a fraction of
what they sold for in the bolts.
REMNANTS AND ODD LOTS OF
50c Wide Embroideries 15c and 25c Yard
1H and 22 inch fine enihroideried
set widths, wide Insertions and Galloons,
many worth 50c a yard, 2 big bargain
squares, at, vard
THOUSANDS OF YARDS OF
12i2c AND 15c EMBROIDERIES AT VZc YARD
Narrow and medium Embroidery Edgings and Insertions,
all kinds, on big bargain square, many worth H
13c, at, yard . . '. I 2 C
15c and 20c WASH LACES and INSERTIONS at 7y2c Yd.
Fancy Wash Laces and Insertions, all kinds, Torchon, Piatt
Vals., Point de Paris, Imitation Crochet, etc., Hr
worth up to 20c yard, at, yard 2v
10c FANCY WASH LACES, IN BASEMENT at 2c Yd.
Thousands of yards odd lots, all kinds, to clear up
quickly, many worth 10c, basement, at, yard ....
REMNANTS OF DRESS GOODS and WASH FABRICS
All the reinnants of Himalaya, Irish Pongee, Silk and Cotton
Pabncs, Koseo Silks, etc., worth up to 50c, 4
bargain square, at, yard
Choicest summer weight,' all wool
Dress Goods, imported Dress Lin
ens, cream Serges, all wool Ba
tifite, etc., stilt and g ' jA
Last chance to buy imported,
matched dress goods pieces,
REMNANT BARGAINS IN BASEMENT
Odds and ends cotton goods, white
and printed Lawns, Curtain
Scrims, Silkolines, etc.,
as long as they last,
One counter with the latest
patterns printed organdies,
worth 15c yard, in
remnants, at, yard . 0 2v
Sample Pieces of Embroidery Many 0!
them are wjrth op t) 15c yard, at, per bunch ......
SILK SPECIAL IN BASEMENT AT 25c YARD
Dotted Japonika, figured, Jacquard, diagonal and
also plain silks in all shades,
QuvwVvgo Wwvuj ourXrtf3 (Wvtgj
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
1-lb. can Climax Soup, assorted,
dj ior can 5e
"4-lb. tin Imported Sardines, per
tin, at i . . 1 lc
E.'C. Com Flakes, pk. ...... 7c
C rne-N'iit. like Hie
Vermont Maplu Sugar, new crop.
per lb., at HOe
2' Peanuts, per qt 5c
White or Yellow Corn Meal per
Back at 15c
Colorado Potatoes, bu 05c
3 -lb. can Tomatoes, dot. cans $1.10
Domestic Macaroni, pkg Oc
fj Imported Macaroni, Vermicelli, or
Q5uVfgi C1 CWnj4 awrW
Graduating Gifts M
It Is getting more and more the custom to remember the
graduates. Nothing; nicer than something from our
stoc't. Spend rw Mlnntes with Us. Look for the trams
S. W. LINDSAY. Jeweler
1516 Douglas Street.
Turn Omaha Over
to Find Whistle j
Commercial Club's Noise Machine Ob
ject of Strenuous Search by
Look under your beds! It ha to b
located. The future of Omaha depends upon
its being found.
That siren whistle belonging to the Com
mercial club has to be found. Thei-e are
no "Its and ands" about it. It must be
So declare the trade, excursion, boosters.
For two days a city-wide s'arch has been
going on In an endeavor to locate Omaha's
premier noii-emaker and unless It is lounJ
Ihn tiado excursion is liable to l.-e a lizzie.
Advertisements have been run In tie
local papers and every endeavor has been
made to locate the lost screecher, but t
date of no avail.
'Tiled at Pnruittual"
In npver written of those who nuf coueIih
tnd cold with lr. King New liacovry.
Ouarantood. SOe and $1 .00. Tur ail by
Ucatou Lruj Co.
Flouncings, Skirtings, Cor
All the single and exclusive im
ported Dress Goods Patterns,
mostly 54 inches wide, worth
from $1.25 to
at, each. .
Printed lawns and batistes in
great variety, worth
up to 10c, at, yard
Extra fine white lawn and
India linon, sold always at
10c and 12M;C yard, r
special, a yard ........ WV
worth 50c yard, at, yd.
(4W o3Kt QuW (owVr
o i .-I -. i 4 K
Box Soap, 40 bars $1.15 t
25c can K. C. Basing Powder f$
special, at ioc o
IlLTTKK, KGOH AX1 CHEESE.
Lotus Butter, cartons, lb 3:2c rf
Best Country Butter, In sanitary
Jars, per lb 81c
Dairy Hutter, lb. ..
UK, per uozen . . .
Y. A. Cheese, per lb.
WO - I
Hlue Label Cheese, per pkg. ,
Waukesha Cheese, per pkg SSo v
Xeufchatel Cheese, per pk.
Cottage Chffse, per pk?
X bunches Radishes .
xninach. per pk.
3Plaln Lettuce lOo
(Ji ourU (Juu.'tfi (JoU5vi
THE BALTIMORE &
Very Low Fares to
KALT1MOKE, M. . Southern
I lit pt 1st Convention, May 11
IK. ATLANTIC CITY Onernl As
sembly Presbyterian Church,
WASHINGTON, l. C. World's
Sunday School Association,
CONSl'LT NEAREST TICKET
AGENT RE(ARI1.( STOP
OVER PRIVILEGES AMI OTHER
DETAILS, OR ADDRESS
It. N. Austin,
Gen. Pass. Agt.
T. P. A.
Piano Player Co.
SELL TO HAYDEN'S
Their entire murk of IIhuos, I'lay
rH. Player PtHnos und t'tuno Player
Miiflr. eituck IU be platc-U on nale
liOOK FOR THE HOOK KALE S.VTI RDAY
Every Hook Lover Will Ik Interenlel.
It's Bargain Friday
A reK'iitloss lotting down of prices such as you have
grown to expect on Friday, the best bargain day of all the
Silks. Dress Goods, Embroideries
Genuine Natural PoitReeH Light or dark shades, splendid 89c Bilks;
Just the rlht sorts for coats, dresses, suits, etc. silks that A.tg
are very serviceable and always washable, at, yard T"C
Cream China Silks Best quality ever offered at 60c while
supply lasts at, yard ZtD
Wash Good Manchester percales, double fold standard well known
makes; 50 pieces red grounds and white figures; 15c goods, r
for ; DC
Sff-lnrh Tourist Cloth All best shades, such as tan, rose, blue, laven
der, catawba, pongee, brown, etc. for dresses, coats and 10
Remnants Embroideries and Iju-cs Several thousand remnants at less
than half values; all kinds of embroidery edges and insertions, also
Val laces, torchon laces, etc. goods worth 1 r
lc to 19c a yard, for eCjjC 10 JC
A Neat, Trim House Dress for $1.25. Dresses that make you
look presentable about home. Smart one-piece effects, either with
low neck and three-quarter sleeve, and high neck
styles; light and dark percales and nurse stripes,
A Suit for Your Summer Trip.
of vacation and the clothes you'll
new tailored suits that are ofrered Friday at almost
half. Surprisingly handsome models; you'll wonder
how It is possible to sell them for so little; new
snaaes, new materials, new styles;
Long Coats, the Kinds You'll
serges, diagonals and checks or light novelties
tans and grays predominate, some blacks aro also
shown. Each 1s tailored In superb style, such as
you see In $25.00 coats
uaas ana anas ana Women's Skirts. A small lot only, but
garments worth to $8.00 brown voiles, gray mixtures At n
and stripe Btyles; nicely made In correct fashion Vfc J "I
to clear vDmi
Gowns and Chemises. Several styles. A lot of fine summer
garments. They come in high,
styles and all are nicely trimmed,
250 Pairs Women's
Who wears small shoes? Here's a
vnvt-B you rnuice 01 ian, can, aun
ana vici uxroras; mey are the usual $3.00 and $3.50
qualities, but best selling sizes are sold out. Pick any.
Misses iTinins and Oxfords Ox- .
bloods and tans, all good sizes;
fifty pairs only f p
$1.50 values JUG
Youths' Box Calf Shoes Foot
form or wide toe style; lace ef-
Ttanlfa yon nd avary day and all
at sharply cut prloaa, juat for Friday.
Uanollnc Srftx 3-hole high Btand
move, worth $7. 60: special ... .94.95
Perfectltm Ofl-Htove for $7.50
Perfection 3-liole Oil Stove for $10.50
Family Scale.r weigh your purchases
each time 9SO and 93.50
Carpenter Hammer, L'oc kind for 19o
Carpenter Hammer, 60c kind for 890
Handy House Level; special 7o
Tack Hummer, extra quality .... .9o
Handy Block Plane; upeclal 7o
IMsh Mops: usually 7c, for 6c
Asbestos Mats 5o
Cotton Mop Rags 10o
Plato Scrapers 10c
Fish PoTes 19o
Dor Collars H Off
Thomas Enamels, can.... So and lOo
20c Wire Carpet Beaters 90
Towel Bar. nickel plated, IR-lnch, 29c
Glass Shelves, with brackets, 6 and
18-lnch, for 91.39
Screen Doors, adjustable scresn
frames and screen wire; poultry wire
specially low rates.
Bennett's Capitol Creamory Butter, the
pound bricks (limit or D pounas to
, . , . . 1 I ira.tl.v'a
lorniiirui. wiuit- ui
low. 8-lb. sack. . .130
Bennett's Best Coffee,
Jelly Marmalade, 18o;
two Jars for 35o
Small Sour Pickles, per
Codfish, all ready, 10c
And 80 stamps
Bennett's Best Coffee,
three pounds . . . .91-00
And 100 stamps
Bennett's Ideal Coffee,
And 20 stamps.
Bennett's Teas, asaorted
And 75 stamp.
Tea Slftlna-s, lb. pkg. 150
And 10 stamps
Bennett's Capitol Ex
tract, bottle 180
And 20 stamps
Ponpy Evaporated Milk
Fix ran" for 35o
Capitol Country Gentle
man Corn, can . . .110
And 10 stamps
chocolate, '-lb. can
And 10 atamns
Imperial Preserved F1'"
Farrell Beet Sugar
Syrup, bottle ISO
And 10 stamps
Dutch Hand Soap, three
cakes for 250
And 10 stamps
size, three cans . . .850
assorted, 20c pint cans
Gilletf's Mustard, lar-?e
Capitol Baking Powder.
6-lb. can ai.ao
And 100 stamps
Gaillard Olivo Oil, small
bottle for 24c
and 20 stamps.
Gaillard Olive Oil, med
ium bottle for ....450
and 50 stamps.
Gsillsrd Olive Oil. laree
bottle for 75c
and 100 stamps
California Rlpo Olives,
60c cans for 25o
Shelled Popcorn, .1 lbs.
Jn' Rice, 7c quality. S
pounds for 26c
Bennetts Barraln Soar..
S bars for
Crackers, large assort
ment. pkr 10o
and 10 stamps.
The "All YesjLr Gas
Every year we find greatly increased numbers of con
sumers who use the gas range for all cooking throughout
the year. '
Several years ago we were kept busy during the fall
months disconnecting ranges, to be set aside during the
The number who do this now is barely worth con
sidering. Gas causes such a great saving in fuel expense, such
an enormous saving in time and labor, such an elimination
of all dust, dirt and ashes that there is little wonder that
the old style coal range h being relegated to the list of
There's no longer a "Gas range season."
OmakaL Gas Company
Bee-W Ms Boost Your Business
Not too soon to be thinking
need. We are showing about 50
rf rtirwliile rf
round or sminrn nerir
A big table full-
Low Shoes at $1.98
Friday bargain specially for you.
ially for you.
leather, patent colt
Yml' Kimra a
and ends; clearing a lot of forty
pairs, in sizes 9 to 13 only, all
good, strong durable shoes
never less than
A ritlDAT CLEAN VP
A fin treat, for China painters,
600 plain white China Cups and Sau
cers at, pair lOo
90c plain white Comb and Brush
Trsy, for 45o
25c plain white Pin Tray to match,
White China Steins, for Friday only
Plain White Salts and Peppers, per
pair ....... lBo
Plain white Tooth Pick Holders to
Plain white Scarf Pin Holder ....10o
.Plain white 40c Butter Ball Trays 19o
1,000 pieces Fancy China, odds and
ends; many kinds, all values to
11.00 each. Great Friday IQf,
clearing up at, each
CBEFB PAPER FOB DECOBATIKQ
Best Dennison quality. Imperial
brand; edge-s are slightly Injured
onlv; the usual 10-foot
rolls for t
Pino Stationery 24 sheets and 24
envelopes In a box; all for 90
Xilnen Paper S4 sheets In pks;....10o
Post Card Albnme Hold 108 cards, 9o
finest, sweetest made full
a cuioiiur, m, iiuunu
PnrA llraniTM I I 1 1 .1 V'iri
Old Virginia Roe, at.
per can 3So
and 10 stamps.
Queen Cider VlneKnr,
quart bottle, for ,.350
and 20 stamps.
Macaroni Ptar and Cres
cent. 3 pkg-s 35o
and 10 stamps.
Shredded Wheat Bis
cuit, pko-. for . .lSVgO
and 10 stamps.
Fel's Xantha Soap, six
cakes, for , 35o
Cheese, full cream, at.
and 10 stamps.
Cheese, Virginia Swiss.
per pound 25o
and 10 stamps.
Umberger Cheese, brick'
Pure Fruit Jelly. nt,
per glass lOo
Sterling Closs Starch ft
lb. box for 50o
and 20 stamps.
Snlder's Pork and Bfnr"
Xo. 2 can for ISO
and 10 Ktamps.
Royal Honey, bottle 10c
and 6 stamps.
Double Stamps on Gran
E. A Vorn Flakes. 3
packages, for 35o
FRIDAY IS REMNANT DAY
Don't Miss II J 1
I t VW II 1114 I Ml
THE RELIABLE STORE I
THE RELIABLE STORE
Matchless Wash Fabric Bargains Friday
Trompmlooiis Mill Purchases of nil kinds of Wash Dress
Fabrics, Linens, Muslins, Shootings, etc., secured for cash
at greatly hclovr worth, will ho placed ON SALE FRIDAY
IN OUR DOMESTIC ROOM. The choicest lot of values
shown in Omaha.
2,500 Yards of Mill Ends
Ginghams, Foulards, Per
cales, Prints, White' Goods,
etc., good long lengths on
sale in 4 lots at about half
bolts, yd. I2V2C
Arnold's 25 Cent
printed, fast col
ors, full bolts, at,
per yard 12C
Arnold's 25 Cent
full bolt, nt,
yard ...... 15c
15c Sea Island Per
cales, full bolt, nt,
per yard . . . ,10c
Remnants of Fine Wool Dress Goods, Serges, Fancies, Ba
tistes, Lansdowns, Henriettas, OQp no AQn CQn
Suitings, etc., on sale, at Zoli" J3u"iTJu'u3ub
Nothing to equal the assortment or value ever before
shown. Come Early Friday.
Very Special Silk Values Friday
Plain and Fancy Silks, worth up to 75c yard, at, yard 29(
Mescalines, Foulards, Pongees, Taffetas, Clieck and Stripe
Fancies, Jap Wash Silks, etc., in all new colorings, over
5,000 yards, included in this special Friday sale.
59c Shantora Pongees, 27 in.
wide, heavy quality, . .39c
$1.25 Auto Pongees, very
heavy quality, splendid for
Coats, at 1 89c
85c Tussah Pongees, 3G inch
wide,1 fine luster, at . .65c
Seven Rousing Time Sales Friday
The smaller lots, but in most cases best values, will be placed
on sale at stated intervals:
At 9 A. M, Wash Fabrics
of nearly all kinds, regular
values to 10c a yard, long
remnants, nt, yard ,.2Vc
At 10 A. M. Shaker Flan
nel, 10c quality, long remn
ants, at, yard 3C
3 to 3:30 P. M.
15c Union Linen
Huck Towels, 6
pairs limit, at,
4 to 4:30 P. M.-
75c quality Sheets
72x90 size, five
Domestic Room Ladies'
Tailor Suits, worth to $15, all
colors and sizes, 150 to se
lect from, at $5.95
Women's . Dressing Sacques,
regular 50c values, on sale,
at, choice 25c
Children's Colored Dresses
and Rompers, the 50c value,
Ladies' Dress Skirts, $3.00
values, at $1.98
Children's Wash Dresses,
sizes (5 to 14 years, regular
$1.50 values, at ... .$1.00
Women's Wash Waists, val
ues to $1.50, at 69c
$1.50 House Dresses, at 98c
$1.50 Underskirts, at . .75c
Women's Rain Coats, very
special brgains $6.95- 2.95
HAYDEN'S, the MAMMOTH
1KB LOWEST FBICZS AND HIGH
EST STANDARD Or Q UAL ITT
Tou can ? from $5 to 910 a
month on yonr houeaaeeplnf xpn
by trading- with ui.
4R-lh. baoka host High Grad Patent
Flour, made from the finest No. 1
wheHt and retailed everywhere for
$1.75 per ttne-k; our prion $1.35
18 UiH. Hext liiuiiulilted Hiitfar ..$1.00
ti hai'8 Dluinond (' or Heat 'Km All
in Ids. Hrst Kolled Breakfast Oat
me'il. for -Oc
C IIin. Best Hand Picked Navy lirans,
C lhs. t'hok'e Japan Hire for ...,25c
4 Dm. h'uniy Japan Head Hire for 2oc
liroin inelon, Jellyi'on or Jelio. per
pui kaKe 7 Hi'
oil or Miimard Sardines, can 4o
Tall run Alaska Salmon for . ...10c.
1-11). cans AMHorted Soups for ...T-fcc
Fancy Queen olives, per quart . ,'i!,c
Koyal or Mclaren' Peanut Butter,
per pound l.rc
Large Bottles asorted Plrkles, Cat
sup or Worcester Sauce, hot. ..S'c
Tlie Best Domestic Macaroni, at, per
Diamond C or Diamond II Mince
Meat, per package 7".jc
Tlie best Boda or Oyster 'rucker.
per pound 7 'ai'
TRY UAYDEH'S FIRST ?AVt
1613 Howard Slreel
Remnants of Linens Regu
lar values to $1.50 a yard,
on sale in 5 lots
19tr 25c 39o 40o 59c;
Towels, Toweling, Sheeting
nnrl Afnelills nil L-itwI
at ABOUT HAli
10c Shaker Flan
nels, fine quality,
nt, yard 5o
Several Other Lots
of fine Wash
Fabrics, at Bar
Yard Wide Black Taffeta,
chiffon weight, snap, 59c
$1.25 Black Taffeta, 36 inch
wide, oil boiled, yd. 89c
$1.50 Black Peau de Soie,
heavy gloss finish, 36 inch
wide, at, yard ....$1.19
At 1:30 P. M. Wash Fabrics
worth to 15c a yard, big as
sortment, good, long rem
nants, at, yard. .'. . . . .3Vc
At 2:30 P. M.-Wash Fabrics
worth to 50c yard, finest
quality, at, per yard . . 10c
4:30 to 5 P. M.
15c Pillow Slips,
42x. size, ten
Furnishing Goods Specials
Women's Lisle Hosiery; the
50c quality; all colors On
sale Friday, pair 25c
Women's Fine Mercerized or
Lisle Hosiery; embroidered,
plain gauze and lace; to $1
values, at, pair 50c
Children's Hose; regular 25c
quality, on sale 15c
Women's Mercerized Lisle
Vests, with fancy yokes
values to 50c, at
each I2V2V and 25c
Women's Union Krlls; In lisle and
cotton; values to $1.00 prr
suit, at . . . .25 39 and 50
Women's Muslin Skirt; worth to
$5.00; handsomely trimmed
very npeclal, at .
$1.50 $1.08 $2 nd $2.98
MuhHii ;nviin, Combination and
Skirts; regular values to $2.50.
now at 08r
Kayer & Founts' Silk Gloves; In
all colors, special , 50
GROCERY DEPT. of Omaha
The Best Crisp GlnKer Snnpn, lb
The best Pretzels. Dor 111
THK BKST FRKSH No. 1 KOOS, at.
Fancy No. 1 Creamery Hotter, lb. 30c.
Fancy No. 1 Countrv Butler, lb. 27c.
Fancy No. 1 Dairy Butter, lb. ..25c
Fancy Full Cream Cheese, per lb. lHo
Fancy Full Cream Brick Cheese, at,
ji.-r pun nil i n; j
THE MAJIXET OT OMAHA TOM U
3 Bunches Fresh Asparagus 10"
Fresh Spinach, per peck JOo
New 'tu lues, per Hi 4c
J Meads Fresh Leaf Lettuce 6c
4 bunches Homo drown Itadlshex 6o
Fresh Beets. Carrots ur Turnips, at,
per bunch 8c.
Fancy Blie Tomatoes, per lb. . .1 t:
Fancy 1'eas. per ipiart 7i
Fancy Fresh Wax Beans, lb 10i:
Fancy Fresh Green Beans, lb 10i:
Remember 1 lb Is eiual to 2 quarts.
Fresh Parsley, per bunch 4o
2 bunches pie Plant for Re
Large Cucumbers, each 7 He and Be
Dame stalks Celery for 7Vje,
Vim are always mire of getting the
Freshest ami the Best at llaydcn's.
Large Julcv Lemons, per dozen , . 1 hi:
Jllahland Navels, per dozen lie, 20c
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Potatoes, Lawn Grass, Flowering Bulbs, Elc
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NEBRASKA SEED COMPANY
Telephone Douglas 1261
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