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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1910)
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Thursday Will De a Day of
Very Special Bargains
Women's Fine Neckwear .'256
AYe just received a manufacturer's sliow
room samples, including over a hundred
styles of women's new neckwear. Jabots,
Dutch collars, sailor collars, collar and cuff
sets, new side frills, etc. dainty crochet,
tluny, filet, oriental effects, some hand em
broidered, some real Irish crochet medal
lions, some real princess FT
on big bargain square, O
at, each aw W
Hand Needlework Handkerchiefs of Sheer
Irish Linen at 15c
Dainty initials, encircled with wreath, also fine hand em
broidered spray in corner, narrow hemstitched 1"n
border, some Madeira effects, worth 23c, each. ..... Itlv
A SPECIAL SALE OF WOMEN'S GLOVES
Women's 2-closp Kid
GloveR, black, white,
pongee, tan, green,
blue and grey, fitted
if desired, main glovo
Long Silk Gloves, ex
tra quality pure Mi
lanese double finger
tipped, elbow length,
black, white, pongee
and blue,, CIO
worth $1 palrUYL
THURSDAY'S EXTRA SPECIALS from our
June Sale of MUSLIN .UNDERWEAR
Women's Corset Covers at 18c
Worth up to 50c, various styles of
.. best materials, trimmed with lace
and embroidery, wel I
Odd Lots of Women's Night Gowns V I
Also corset covers, skirts and draw- s
ers, garments are wortli y A
as high ns 75c each, special. OVC
Undermuslins at 45c
ainsooic slipover nignt gow
walking length skirts, umbrella
drawers, dainty corset covers,
chemises and short An
skirts , fx UC
Undermuslins at 69c
(5 owns in empire and kimono styles,
chemise, eitra long skirt, white
petticoats with rows of lace inser
tions, drawers, etc.,
Bennett's Sale the Talk of the Town
The Hundley D. Gds Co.'s Stock From the
creates a real sensation. Our buyers were given first plrk of the Hund
ley stock, and naturally carried a way the choicest bargains. It's a
genuine feast that's spread out for you here this week, and the crowds
are enjoying It to the full.
In our merchandising history there have been no values to equal
these. Fresh lots in all the main floor dry goods departments are
brought out again for Thursday. Look for the blue tickets. They
lead to real money-saving.
Ramie Linen Suitings
In all the popular spring shades. The material in greatest favor
for summer wear. 48 inch Ramie Linens Helling regularly at 79c In
four shades of blue. Reseda, Wistaria, Dark Rose, and Natural. Our
sale price 29
THE BEST OF THE YEAR'S SILK J
$1.35 Rajah Silks.. yCl pK "
$1.25 Mirage Silks ZJjtjjr6
$1 Tokio and Mars Silks HU V
100 pieces, all best shades, absolutely perfect goods that's the g
good news we have for Thursday's shoppers. These rich, shimmering y
silks make handsome suits and dresses. You know the goods but you
New lots of women's
fine muslin under
wear . . . . . . 98c
High grade Camera given away free' to the amateur
Photographer submitting the best print before Saturday.
Enquire at Camera Dept.
THURSDAY SPECIAL at Sweetland
"VITA CULTURE" Free at Both Fountains.
The delicious, new health drink, manufactured by Fair
mont Creamery Co. Get free tickets on entering store.
THURSDAY IS CHOCOLATE DAY at SWEETLAND
Our famous home-made Bitter Sweets, the kind with the
chocolate with the egg shell crack, with those delicious,
mellow, creamy centers, flavored with pure
crushed fruits, regular 40c kind, Thursday, lb. '. . . . uC
g nevery knew them to sell for so little before.
" Natural Pongee Silks
g The most serviceable of all summer silks. They have a nice even
finish, the best liked for dressoH, coats, waists, etc. Women tell us
H there is nothing quite so satisfactory for summer drawers as these de
cs lightfully cool, easily laundered pongees. A special lot from the Hund
ley sale is offered now, at, yard 58
Pure Linen Suiting 15c; Think of It!
Comes in natural linen shade only, 27 Inches wide, for coat suits.
dusterB, coats, etc. Rarely sold under 25c or 29c yard, for 15i
Exploding Another Embroidery "Bomb"
The second lot of embroideries from the Hundley purchase goes on
sale Thursday. A shipment of handsome 2 7 inch goods, Swiss Floun
clngs in widest variety of sightly patterns, all goods you'll recognize
VEILIXfiS, Russran Nets . and
Toledo S'eta, black and all best
colors, worth to 35c yard, 10?
KIBBOXS; ;v-ide all silk Mesca
lines taffetas and floral ribbons.
5 to 6 incVk at, yard ... : . 15
as 75c values, at, yard
Don't overlook this splendid bar
gain, plain and fancy nets in best
colors, 40 inches wide, Hundley's
wholesale price 75c yard, our
price, per yard .29?
That tastes so good that ha9 that peculiarly,
delicious flavor all its own that is rich and pleas
ing and satisfying and that is truly a delightful beverage.
We grow the yeast we use lor
HIGH LIFE BEER
ourselves and take the proper care arid time to malt
our barley. Order a case today ana learn tne
pleasure of "that hotter deer."
MILLER BREWING COMPANY
JESSE N LIQUOR CO.,
" Diatribntars, --
1030 Broadway, Council Bluff a, Xowo. ; Both Phonaa 705.
awH'jauiM-Wiwai " . V : J J J
M'unliiiiH inn mm. mi ii "'"fjr
Hl'MibKV WHOLESALE STOCK NECKWEAR Stocks. Jabots,
and Collars, the year's newest novelties that, sohj, at wholesale from
$2.25 to $3.00 per dozen. Our price 2 for 25c.qr each . . . . . .15
Every Woman's Suits in Stock
pun iATT nuT?n cttttc .
Sterling Tires are only as good
as the best, but Sterling Blue
Tubc9 have no equal . There are mechanical as well as chemical reasons
for this superiority, which is apparent to the naked eye. Somewhat
. higher in price than most other tubes, but much cheaper per mile.
Dealers everywhere. Booklet. Sterling Rubber Works. Rutherford, N. J.
For fcule by Paxton & Gallagher Co., 10th Street Viaduct,' Omalm.
$40.00 COLORED TAILORED SUITS
$35.00 COLORED TAILORED SUITS
$29.50 COLORED TAILORED SUITS
$25.00 COLORED TAILORED SUITS
This is the sale people wait for regularly each season. This time
It's a few weeks early, adding greatly to its attractiveness. You can
buy our fine French Serge Suits, the superb "Wooltex" Suits and other
exclusive models at $15.00. There Is no finer tailoring no more
select styles. Either plain tailored or' fancy suits , richly lined, light
colors, dark colors, and blacks, all sizes, too. A really wonderful bar
gain at $15.00.
HUNDLEY'S D. G. CO.'S REST OFFERINGS
Linens, Domestics, White Goods
ALL GOODS REMARKED
AT BARGAIN PRICES
Terms During This Sale
Not a make believe, but values that
ieuced must re cognize them at, sue
Bleached Table Damask, usual 3fic
grade, Ci inch, at 19
Napkins, bleached and cream, -17
inch, fast edges, $1.00 a dozen,
value, for T5
Knitted .Wash Cloths, .Cc values
(limit, 1 dozen to a ctisomer)
at, each lf
Pillow Cases 42x36 Inch, 13c kiad,
eale price IOC
Bleached Sheeting, 2 yards wide',
always 30c, at, yard ..... . '2J2.C
are true values.
The lenst exier-
Wbite Goods, large n'ne of pat
erns, Including fancy Swisses,
15c goods, at, yard
French Lawn; 4 8 inch, beautiful
sheer material for dresses H!'c
quality, pale price 19c
Crash Suiting :!6 inch, white only,
for coat milts and skirts, 2'5c
value, at, yard 12 Mv
Bleached Muslin our best 10c
quality (10 yards limit) 6?a
Bleached Sheets 81x0 inch, 7iii!
Vegetable and Ash
Wheel Comes Off the Produce Wagon
and Hiti the Ash
When Mrs. Mary Johnson, wife of a
truck farmer at' Fifty-fourth and Webster
ireetir, started td the market on Wednes
day mornlns nbe was in a hurry. The huny
became no pronounced when an officer .it
(Sixteenth and Jackson streets saw tho
vegetable cart and an uti wagon approach
ing; liniultaneotiNly from the same direction
iie was hij to believe that it was a real
race and an Infraction of the speed laws.
"Stop, Htop," ha cried out, running Into
: They did stop all In a heap. A wheel
cam -oft of-the vegetable cart and It
clastied wltli the . ash wagon.
Tlx ashes and the vegetables, the driver
and Mrs. Johnson were thrown into a
tangle. The officer helped to straighten out
the mess and uecepted the denials of In
tentional violation of the speed limit.
Arroant National Coa vantloua.
Bpeotal low1 rates via the Chicago A
Northwestern railway, on' convenient datss
durtngwthe nupimer months" to Chicago.
Milwaukee. Detroit. Saratoga Springs, Ni
ojjara Falls Washlagton. New York City.
.Atlantic City, Boston and all points on the
Atlantib seaboard,' account national con
ventions. . . ' ' "
Summer tourist' 'rat dally' to all aea
nl)e sn4 mountain resort In the east.
Direct fconnectloni at Chicago with fast
trains of all line t at. Choice of route.
Kor Infoitnstlon, apply to any ticket agent
of tb Notlbwetei-u lln.
FOR TDE CHILDREN
You must come to Drexel's
if you want Ankle Strap
Pumps that fit the children's
feet. They not only have the
fitting qualities, but bavft,the
wear and style ea well serv
iceable and practical in every
way or summer wear,
We have them for both
street and dress wear all
leathers welt or turn soles.
Children's eiies - -
H to u.. 81.50
, . im to.2..... $2.00
Young women's aies
24-to e. .; $2.50
Bring the children in and
let us. convince yon that the
above-atatement U correct.
All Silk Hosiery 39c
We were able to get 23 dozen only. At the price we coma sell 150 dozen
easily in one day. That means you'll have to hurry. Women's hose,
all silk, with lisle tops, toes and heels, black only, 75c quality at
ler Pair 39c
Imported Little Hose Fine gauze
lisles, 6 thread heel and toe,
double sole, the finest 50c hos
iery imported. - Our sale prie.
per pair 27
Women's Union Suits Wide knee,
all Hale low neck and sleeveless,
75c garments for 39
Vests 1. ace trimmed, Hichlicu
rib. 12Vc kind, for 7
Springtime Drug Sundries at Cut Rates
Drexel Shoe CoJ
' 1419 Faraam St.
Lavender Mothene, a perfumed
moth preventive, 1 pound pack
ages for 10
Hydrogen Peroxide, 75c size 25?
Large Sponges,, for houueclcaning,
at, each 10
Household Ammonia, l gal.23
White Hellebore, per lb, . . . -35
Shamo Cloth, substitute for cham
ois, 20x24, each 35c
Lubln's Perfumes, per oz. 35
Palmer Violet Talcum, 1 pound
box, for iQ
RicktiecUer's Golf Queen Talcum
Powder, for 25
Colgate's IJibbon Dental Civam,
for : 200
GREAT SALE $18.00, $25.00 AND $30.00
On a purchase of
. pay $1.00 down,
credit you with
On a purchase of
pay $2.00 down,
' credit you with
On a purchase of
;pay $300 down,
credit you with
On a purchase of
pay $4.00 down,
credit you with
On a purchase of
' pay $5.00 down,
credit you with
For Every Dollar Paid Down
. You Get Credit for Two.
The WHEN Credit
Sud:, Clothing Co.
1519 Dodge Street
Stoetzcl Stove (Co.
T14 Soutti Sixteenth Street
We Sell On Small Monthly Payments Or a Cut Price for Cash.
Head below how. well people who are using them speak of the Cold Stor
age Refrigerator and Detroit Ideal Gas Stove
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Two years ago we sold Mrs. Stowell, G24 South 19th St., a $40.l50 Cold
Storage Refrigerator and a $:14.00 Detroit Ideal Gas Stove. ThiB Is" what she
Kaid to us a few days ago: "1 can't help but have a very friendly feejing to
ward vou for selling me two such extraordinary pieces. , They, are the delight
of my household and seem to cheer me up every time I approach them. '. IJfJ
used several different kinds of refrigerators and gas stovet a$a" never brfugWl
any but what had the reputation of being first class, but they did not compare
with the Cold Storage 'and Detroit Ideal."
Wo have sold the Cold Storage in Omaha four yoarfr and the
Detroit Ideal two years. AVe have wjld nearly eeven Uundretrt
Cold Storage Refrigerators and four hundred "iMroit Ideal (las
Stoves in that time. "NVe eongratulate ourselves ou the fact that
people who furnish their homes with the best are the 'people who
buv them. .... . ' . '. .','.r.-i .
There are but fow people who hv
them. Oood Taath, very on luight tar
If they would ko to Dr. Urudbiiiy. Tli
qulckef-t. laiit Ht und least painful . are
. .. ... i nIuil,.ul. i.mnliivi-il hv IIM unit
HIV JH1J iinrni.-.i. j .... ,
hundreds ' ot our pHti-nts. both in und I
OUt i'l I IIP 'liy Mill fcilU'il ini JWU
the Rood denial work and our up-lo-dutu
waya of doinR tliiriiH. Crowns and brldcj
work from JS.Ou per tooth, i'luton that
fit lroni $4.(10 to $12.r.U. I'utiilfHa extrac
tion of teeth. -Nerves of teelli removed
wiltiout hurting you. Work wurranted
DR. BRACBUHY THE DENTIST
1500 Parnsni Bt.. Phou D. 1768
1 yrs Hiv toosUan.
DRINK AND OPIUM'
Habits cured by a thorough and sclenttflo cours ot trat-
. . . .. . .. t -1 . . t. r.ninv.a ha rri vln w nm v.bMttr filf lloUOT
CS'rCfli xttjk ' or drugs. Impart new strength' to fevery Organ. n4 'fcullds
lip lllfl KIIUai llWllill. iiuvcit rillCKVlUUl njr uv jmm
use and thu cir of more than SsU.OOO- cutlnun. Bewar
ef imitntiniis. ' The genuine Keuley treatment 1 admfntstered In thin slut only at
THE JtEElEY iBTSriTOTE. B6th and Gas Btrssts, OMAHA, MCI.
A purchase of 500 light weight Summer Sulla, supcrh hand-tailored
modela fairly bristling with good atyle. The materials are velour
cassimerea and worateda in light and medium ehales, and the patterns
are particularly pleasing. A Cincinnati maker, was pressed for caah
and took the. losa. It brings you $18 to lUO 8ut8 for $10 75
The thrifty household the
Intelligent family nnt the vicious
nor the stupid lias money to spund
with udvi-rtlsers. The H-e, read by
the lulellisent and tlirltty, there
fore a most powerful and bublneas
m m. p b h a a w.M n'- m ta n a n m n'l
Taft's Dental Rooms
nil if ' PAY WHEN CURED
curad wilbost urirl operatioa sud iusr
knl4 to Uit a LiUlima. No cblorcfotm,
ether, or oibar fenralsnrtliiic uud.
EaamioatMa Fraa. Writs lor Frs Baek.
PH. C R. TARRY
tf Baa Bit. OMAHA, ttl.
IN THE HEART OF THINGS
Cor. lGth nnd JacksoaSts,
Two blocks from leading
department stores and all
I hnve a reitaln cure for rupture with
out reporting to a painful and uncertain
xurplrHl operation. I am tin- only reput
able phyatrlun In' this line of work who
v. ill lake such .cuses for treatment upon a
guarantee to euro, or make no cliurgo,
Vou niny deposit t lie money In it hank In
your city In your own name, and -when
vou are Hiulxlied a rure lias been made
you. t hen limtiiu t the Lank to pay tl)o
money to me. Hy doing tlila you are abxo
lutely Lurtaln of a euie, or It will coat you
nothing. If 1 was not perfectly aure of
my work 1 eould not do IiumIiio-ih in tills
way very long, but liihteud have been do
ing flo for IS yearn, and adopted this pln
because ho many have he ri awindled by
MUacks and fa kern. Not one of tliem will
permit a patient to deposit his money until
a cure has been made. v
When taking my treatment patients
inuat come to my office, and if they live
near by, con let urn home the fain day.
Call or write for literature.
lf jf'M' r lr' i
a. few or mr; cvsxo aiii5't -. - .
Arnold ISorn, Norfolk, Neb.; KaymonJ Leonerd, HolHieln, la! W.,K. Andrews.
I'onca. Neb.: Ilanx Allller, Akron, la.: James 11. Mcdlllim, Hock itaplds. In.; W. II.
Hi iHtcin. la ; tleu
lnn jluiihv. JSi'i'l No. 1 K tli Ht , iiinuha, Neli
Nolte I'.mtinu. rl.
YouiiK. kin No.-4Zi M . OtrmliJ.- 7eb ;
. W. .luild. Avora, la.; Julin II. TSei.
IU;.ir N.I. : I'. W. ilarilx. Malvern, la : Krank Mem. 4!"'") ih"h m.. ihim'U HAM, :
HukIi Ix.ugl.ertv. .Mafillla. lit.: K. Olxen, tlratul iHland, Neb : M fir lij an.
Harvard Neb.: Kiln Heed, ngiillHla. Neb.; II. C Mi'Kcniia. Watei 'piwn, Ni, ' h4
McUoiiuld, Tekainali, Neb. Heveral tliouHand mi le have Ik en cured
J-KAMK M. WBAT, M. S., Salt 308 B Bldff., Ouutba, Ktb.
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