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TTTE liKE: OMAHA FRIDAY. MARCH 10. 1911
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Friday Is Our Host Extraordinary
JJrckea Lots, Single Dress tad Waist Patterns of
SILKS AT 19c, 35c anl 49c YARD
Single dross and waist patterns, also good lengths for lin
ings, ete.-r3,230 ynrds all kinds of yarn dyed messalines,
peau de ctgne, taffetas, louisines, printed foulards, pop
lins, moire' pilks, Persian pattern kimono silks, from ID to
3(5 inches wide on bargain square, 3C 49C
REHNANTS OF DRESS GOODS
Entire stock "of short lengths, 2 to 10 yards, plain and
fancy serges, novelty imported dress goods, check and stripe
sujtiugV diagonal weaves, wool taffetas, 9 Co 0
etc.; have been selling up to $1.50 a yard, at. . .OwL I JL
Dress, goods remnants in the
basement medium and
dark colors, plain and fancy
weaves, regular Bell- a p
lng price 39c to 45c 1 t)C
yard at, yard . ....... V
All the Importers' dress
goods samples, in black and
colors, matched pieces
Remnants Of Tash Goods
32-Inch Chambray Ginghams, ab
solutely fast color, In pretty pink
and blue checks, bIbo plain pink,
blue and .tan la our, Douglas
street window from
the bolt-at, yard . '. . .
Fancy Poplins, all the new shades
so popular this season, also black
and white -a 26c quality iCm
at, yard'. '. .IflC
J6-ifKh splendid quality Brown
.. Muslin, .in' mill length--yard;..
. . 3L
Perfect mill lengths Scotch Seer
sucker and 'Chambray' Ginghams,
fast color, lu 6. 8 and up to 10
yard' lengths, for dresses, chil
dren's aprons, etc. at, "J I .
yarJ. t ."' I2C
Beautiful . new Cluster Dimities
and" Organdies a 25c quality
from the bolt at, 10 1
Extra fine quality India Llnons,
full lengths, a 15c qual
ity at, yard.'
Remnants of Fancy White GoodB,
Barred and Checked Dimities,
Swisses and Lawns for baby
dresses and waists at,
Bleached .Muslin Remnants, vari
ous grades, also Cambric, . 36
inches wide 20 yard limit
while it lasts at, a i
yard '. wjC
Long mill lengths of American
Prints in good, desirable pat
terns a splendid qual
ityat, yard ......
Very fine grade of plain and plaid
Brown Skirting, 36 Inches a y
wide in remnants yd. . . 02
Importers Sample Pieces and Remnants of
Ail Over Laces, Silk Embroidered Band;
Appliques and Fancy Laces and Insertions all kinds thousands of
pieces 4 to yard In each piece two big
bargain squares, at, each
2c and 10c
Remnants and Sample Strips of. Wide Embroideries
Corset Cover .Widths, Flounclngs, Medium and Wide Edgings and Insertions-
thousands of yards, worth up to 25c r ,1 f a I
yard two big bargain squares at, yard 9C iliili lu2t
Boy' 17. 50 LutiK
Pant- titts, age
14 to 10 years,
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Hoys' 50c blue and
black sateen shirt
; .; .Friday in the Basement Clothing Department
Boys' NewSpring Knickerbocker Suits
Worth $2.50 and $3.0d at $1.43
Our New York buyer succeeded In buying from
a manufacturer 3,000 knlckerbocker suits, ages
8 to 16 years, in all new spring shadings. The
coat is cut full double breasted style, the pants
full cut knickerbockers with reinforced seams.
Strongly made and the best school .
suit ever offered at such a low price-.
$3.00 and $3.50 values at....
Bjys' 75c Kaickerbicksr Piatt 39c
Combined with the above purchase there is a
splendid lot of odd knlckerbocker pants, many
of them strictly all wool grays, (r
browns and good mixtures. No pants AHjf
like Uiebtf ever nuld for less than 75c, at. ."
Boys' $2.50 Odd Long
Pants, cut from mill
slios 27 to 31
Boys' Bronco Scout
Suits Coat, pants,
leggings, knaps ac k
WOITI TO 87o
Then ore remnants
of ' all our brands,
worth up to . I7c - a
yard, come In 1 to I
yard pieces, choice.
Friday, at 1M
j J l i J Anrt ,t ncn w,',,
j "X I 1 i I -India l.lnen. our reir- kj
I k I I f tilar HSc quality,
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I il kUEROa POCOWI 137 WII.Ii I! JJ '' II
And 7!x?0 sesmed
Hed Fh!ets, FYldny,
at, each ........ 39o
Ve Made the Host Phenomenal Purchase ot
2,00 Fairs of
New Spring and
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Ever Recorded by Any Store in All America, and To
morrow Blorning Begins The Greatest of All
DOROTHY DODD FOOTWEAR SALES
Every conceivable New Spring and Summer style Is here In all
the new Leathers, Velvets and Kid. Every new season's shade, white,
kids, grays, tans and blacks, in all sizes and widths.
This Is a Full Season's Stock Carefully purchased by a large
Minnesota store that has (since the order was given) failed. Our
shoe buyer was seated in the office of the Dorothy Dodd plant when
the wire came telling of this great failure. At once he made a bid
for these all ready to ship stocks, on a spot cash basis and it was ac
cepted. We Intend That Oman. Women Shall be the Gainers -All Dorothy
Dodd styles of Footwear are made to sell and never sold for less than
$3.50, $4.00 and $5.00.
The Treat Is Obvious We shall dispose of every pair ot these
PumpB and Oxfords in just one week, come Friday while the styles
and variety Is at its best. Your choice of any style, at $2.30.
. Never has such an opportunity Faced the Omaha Women Spring
has hardly, reached us. Many stores have not yet announced the
arrival of spring stocks, yet we are offering 2,000 pairs of the very
finest and newest, best made Ladies' footwear at a regular "halt-sea-son'8-gone"
Buy Tour New Oxfords and rumps for the Summer Now.
Whether ' you intended waiting a month or not you can't possibly
find another such extraordinary opportunity to legitimate economy. '
We guarantee these Slices just the same as we do our regular
Dorothy Dodd lines. ' . '
Remember, every pair is a Dorothy Dodd's regular $3.60, $4.00 and
$5 make. All are this coming season's styles and fresh j a s
stocks, with the usual, above all others, workmanship in J ajV
them. ' Your choice, at, per pair V"1 "
So be here early that's the wiser plan,
been made to facilitate the service.
Every preparation has
Women's New Spring
Suits at $19.50
With the' good lines of a Custom. Made Suit, the sim
plicity' of the strictly tailored costume, these new and pretty
spring suits axe certain to have many, admirers.
The new checks in clear black, white ' and: gray ehecks, some
very tiny hairlines, yet, each is very distinctive;! Soft tan and grey
Serges and Worsteds mixtures that look Uket'ftf 'harbinger of spring
itself are here. ' .
All suits have the new length coats, slightly fitted in. the back, well
blocked shoulders, mannish sleeves and are well lined with Duchess
Satin or Peau de Cygne silk. 8prlng skirts panl front and back and
some wear the new gored effect. See them at. K , . r $10.50
Worth $35, Friday at 9 A. M.
Your Choice at $15.00
These are Chiffon Silk over Satin
in " beautiful shades of Copen
hagan Blue, Gold. White, Pink,
charmingly trimmed . with fine
Marabou, and .Tinseled Chiffon.
The sleeves are the new Mikado
effects. Every gown is a beauty
and a bargain at their price, at
9 o'clock your choice, at.. $.5
100c Tan' and Gray Raincoats
"Slip-ons," full length, loose fit
ting, garments, a bargain Friday
at,' only ....... $5
Worth up to $2.50, Friday go at
and 2 an Inch.
No bargain event, ever so genuine
can compare with tliee lo and 2o
an Inch cornet sales. We include
thrwe made worth to $2.50 in Con til
and Batiste, either extreme height
bust or medium long hips, or the
medium height bust and the extreme
lung hips, with double hose sup
porter equipment, built in full non
rustable boning,, elegatxtly trimmed
with full val lace. All these corset
charms are found at this sale..
You make the price' yourself
AH Corsets worth to I1.7S,- go at, per
All Corsets worth to $2.60, go at, per
Inch ' 2c
At lc, size 18 Corset, sells at 18c.
At 2c. size 18 Corset, sells at SKo. '
Attend this eale no phone order
accepted sate starts at 8 o'clock.
36-inch Heavy Pongee, Bargain Friday 49c
These are extra heavy Natural Pongees, come In semi-rough effects,
very appropriate for dresses and coats, Friday a very great special,
at, only. .. , . . . j 40
24 Inch New Foulard Silks, Friday, at, yard 69c
In beautiful new shades of Tan, Copenhagen, Navy, Drown, Wisteria,
in exquisite designs, either large or small figure patterns, a remark
able value, bargain Friday, at (J9
800 Pieces of New Dress Goods Worth to $1.25, Friday, 59c
Piece lengths from 4 to 8 yards of popular dress and skirt patterns,
including such as 44 to 64-inch widths; cream serges and some black
and whit checks in the 64-inch widths. These, goods sell regularly
to $1.25 a yard; Bargain Friday, your choice at, per yardt. . . . . 50?
' Wash Goods Remnant Sale, Friday, 8c
Rare bargains, well I should think, Serpentine Kimono Crepes, Per
cales, Ginghams and Madras linings, light and dark colors, checks
and stripes, your choice, Bargain Friday, at 8
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We're Getting Ready for Our Big China
Carnival Vhich Begins Next Monday
Such preparations necessitate a general re-arrangement of stocks,
the sending of some back to the stock room, the bringing down of new
displays. .While going through these stocks be selected two big lots
of broken linen, odd -pieces', and placed tbem on two big tables for a
Bargain Friday special.
Lot No. 1 Consists of Oatmeals, Fruits, Plates, Mugs, Salts and Pep
pers worth up to ,35c, bargain choice, at, each.... 2
Lot No. 2. Consists of Bon Bon dishesi Cologne bottles, Tooth Picks,
Handled Glasses and Glass Nappies; choice Friday, at 1
Friday Urlnits with it a Host of
New Hardware Specials.
Carpet Beater, well made, heavy,
16c ones for 7
10c Brass Moulding Hooks, at, per
' dozen, only.; .60
Covered Tubing for Gas Lmpa,
worth 1 6c, extra apeclal, at, per
' foot - So
Patent Gas Tubing with Tin. com
plete ready to connect with any gas
jet, acts like an extension light, 2Sc
value, Friday, choice, at. 10c
6 White Metal Tea Kuoon, good
quality, for IOC
10c Paring Knives to go at 6e
6c Wire Tea and Coffee Strainer, two
for . .8
. w VVrDDINC INVITATIONS, ANNOUNCEMENTS
All correct forms in current social usage engraved in the best
mnherand punctually delivered when premised.
ET.IDQSSEP MONOGRAM STATIONERY
and other work executed at price3 lower than usually prevail
A- I. HOOT, Incorporated
12101212 HOWARD ST.
Friday and Saturday's Grocery Specials From
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
But to housekeepers -who are particular what they serve, these specials mean far more. Eatables of
vouched for purity, at prices often much less than one pays elsewhere for inferior goods. For Friday and
Hennett's Capitol Flour,
4-lb sack - tor .11.30
BvlllieU's Lrt Coffee, per
pound , 330
Bennett's Hest Colfwe,
three lba. for. ...... .SOo
Double Stamps on These
.ienuett's Excelsior Flour,
per Btu-'k tl-60
' And 40 Stamps
Twenty pounds Granulated
Mugar for .S.i
8o Qrtde Teas, assorted,
per lb SBo
5Sc Grade Teas, assorted,
Tea Riflings, per lb.... 13a
Bennett's Capitol Baking
Fowder, 5-1 b. can fur.. SI
And 100 Stamps
Monarch Cut Asparagus,
per can (and 20 Si'ps 850
Old MUsouil Ulpe .Olives,
at, per can ;....39o
And .0 Stamps
Bennett's Capitui. Oats.
Wheat or , Faucake, ler
put-Wage . . . ioo
-And 10 Stamp
Vegetable and Flour Seed's.
K packages for..- 5c
Bennett's ( apitol Extract
at, per but lie 18c
And : 'JO Stamp
Ourranle Cleaned, 3 lbs.
for ....,.:. . 85c
Bennett's Capitol' Maple
Syrup gallon can SI
Huled Lima Beans with
Chicken, i cans. , . . . SSo
And 20 Stamps
Lady Washington bean
Soup, per can lOo
lialllard Pure Olive l,
pint cun 40o
Franco-American Soup, t.
Cream Honey CooklH, extra
special, at, lb ISc
I ten's Famous Flesh Baked
Tourist and Graham
Crackers, per pkg..,.10o
. And !( Stamps
Cheese, full cream, per lb.
- Anl 10 Stamps
Cheese. Virginia Swiss,, at,
per U) S6o
And 10 Stamps
FEAsTITT OIL BAX.S.
Lurge b.t lie SOo
And 80 Stamps
Medium bottle too
And I'O Stamps
Small nottle t6o
And 10 Stamps
Ten stamps with each
pound of Uutterlne.
Macaroni, Star and Cre-
cent, 3 pkgs fur 8 So
And 10 Stamps
Gold Medal Corn, il cans
And 10 Stamps
10 Bars Beat. Kin-A 11 Soap
for 8 SO
S. W. C. Table Syrup.
lb can for 10c
Fresh Country F.tcgs, Frhluy, nr dozen, 18c These j lfe-nnett's Cultl Creamery Butter, per I'ound 27c
are fresh from the farm, all "A-Ntimber-1" quality, j This is the finest butter that is produced, come In
extra special prices for Friday and Saturday, at, j full one-pound weight bricks, for Friday and Bat
only .' urday, at, pr lb.... 27
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Tha Greatest Factory Sample Sale
Ever Held in Omaha I7i!l Start at This
Store Friday, .larch ID, at 0:30 a.
Come Early and Cot the Greatest Bargains
Ever Offered tho Omaha Public.
4R0 pair Children's Shoes and Oxfords
Slippers, In lace and button, vlcl
kid and In all colors, any store will
charge you for these from
50o to 75c; your choice I3C
today 1 "
10 pair Children's Phoe and Ovfordu
your choice either lu luce or but
tons, in black, tan or oxblood col-
"ors; every pair a welt,
values from II to 2;
your choice today. , . . . .
HO pair Misses' and Boys' Shoes, In
this lot you will find vlcl kid, box
calf, patent leather and tans, high
and low heels, wide and narrow
lasts, buttons and lares, most of
these are welts, and a bargain In
other stores from 11.60
to 3; our special sale
price today, your c'.iolce..
267 pair ladles' Shoes and Oxfords,
In laces and button; French, Cuban
and conservative heels, patent lea
ther, gun metal, vlcl kid and tans.
ail welts, any pair In tills assort
ment is a bargain at $2.60
or $:t.00; take your choice
today tor ,
67 pair of the celebrated Dorothy
Iodd Oxfords, In button, and 117
i pair sanies and Men s House lares.
regular price I2.(0 to
$4.00; your choice
too Lndtes' Flannel Pet- '
tlooata, pink and blue
.-colore; your choice today
360 pieces of Ladles' Muslin
wear, consisting of Nia-ht
"Princess Blips, Chemise, Drawers
.. and Petticoats, all trimmed In either
, iace.or em Droiuery, regular selling
V rices rrom $1.60 to
.1.00; your choice
today .' '.......
Children's Rubber Italh Capes, regu
lar aeinng price, si.ou;
,n special sale ,
i today 4..:. ;
sale today , , ,
I Wfciek Vu,
1119-21-23 Farnam St.. Omaha, Neb.
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S. I!. Cot. 10th
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OMAHA DISTRIBUTING POINT
1608 Harney Street.
Dry Cleaning Talk
Don't be disappointed If you're
going to be late with your spring
dress or suit. That suit or skirt
or coat you like so well may be
dry cleaned, pressed, altered to
please you made as good as new
until the new clothes are ready.
Send It to us. Let our expert
cleaners do their utmost with It.
You'll , be pleased. We will too.
If We Clean It
' We clean Waists, for from 60c
to 1.00; Skirts, 60c to J1.00;
Jackets. fl.OU to J2.00; Opera
Coats, 12.00 to 2.60; Tailored
Suits, $1.75 to 2.60; One-Piece
Dresses, $1.50 to $3.00.
Phone us today, tell us what
you want done. We'll send for
and ' promptly, deliver your gar
ments. The Pantorium
'O'ood! t'lraners and Dyer"1
Auto. A-:)!flH; llftl Ihiug. Mi.i.
1513-17 JO.VKS WT.
117 pairs Men s rued Ladles' , House
Hllppers, In band and black, made
up in Itomeo styles, regular sell
nig price i.zt. i.iu and
$l. i 5 take your choice
at this sale for
2 pair Men's Dress and Work Shoex,
they are made up In box calf,
vlcl kid, patent leather and tan,
lnce and buttons,; most of these are
welts and are bargains at $2.60
and 13.00 come early
and take your choice
e place on sale Fsctory Samples In
Men's I M ens Shirts, some are the
coat style, valors from
60c to $1 00: take
your choice for
This same factory closed out to us
a lot of men's Flannel and Corduroy
Shirts; they come in tan, blue, gray
and klmkl colors; not one In the lot
worth less than $1.60 and OA
Ull t,i 1J 110: Uba vour fi'!rt
rholf-e t nrlM v . ."''W
10c Men's Hlack Hose,
on sale today,
60c Clothes Hrushes,
on sale today,
1,260 Men's Leather Belts, all wlsea.
regular selling price
60c; yoUr choice,
From a Kaw York City Manufacturer of Ladles Muslin Goods.
Wa Purchased Their Entire Una cf Samples which ws Place ea
Sals Today at Prices Less That Cott to fcanufacterer.
, COME EARLY AS POSSIBLE AND GET FIRST. CHOICE. .
115 Children's Bn.th TtLrs, decorated
with novelty drxtlgns; a" - 1 n
bargain at $1.0, your N3,3fl
choice at this sale ..,,,.,,
1,000 Lrfultes' Waists,' open 'front 'of
, back, in white, black, green s,nd
striped colors, sixes 32 to ft
to 41; values from IScto 4 t Jlfi
$1.50; your choice today V.
Ladles' Union SmI, rlbled and tned
- turn weight, the right kind for this
time ot the mion, regular .SJ v
selling price $1.00; on , JjGfl
In German silver, WE are now
showing an unusually attractive
line of mesh bags. Like our other
stock they are exclusive In shape '
and rare In design. Prices are
so a little lower than usually pre
15th and Douglas Streets
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BOTH gOgi i .u
If you loss" your, pocketbook, gmbrelli
witch or some other article of value, the tblni,
te do Is to follow the example of many okt
people and advertise without delay la the Lost
sod Found column of The Bee.
That la what most people do whea they lose
articles of value. Telephone us and ell your
loss to all Omaha la a single afternoon.
Put It In
t?ffT X?(Tt Weak and nervous men
rUUUiVH who find their power to
orfc and youthful vigor
gone a ickuIi of over
' work or mental exertion should take
duHAVU-KKUVt; FOOD PlLLi Tbey
vull nvnke J ou eat anci sleep and be a
() Hv t Rxlfa S2&0 by Mall.
SIIIUAS Si McCOHLL DSVS CO.
Cor lth and Xodge Streets.
I OWL SIUO COMPAMY,
Oor. . lSth -ac M.ru m. timaha, I k.
' tVralhtiat AdvrrtuinK is
llie I toad lu li'ii Crlurli.
1 lie oliuniis cif Tlir Bee .
r- t-t fur .'.dieitJM-r.
Are of such frcquont occurrence
that you should tske warning.
A Private Safe
In our KIre aud UurRlai Froof
Vault solves Mho question of
where to ket-p your valuables.
One will ( iu only by
Hie )er. '
Now Is the time to attend to It.
OMAHA SAFE "ULPOSIT
AND TPUST CO,
Kntrame at 'ainirj Htreet
ticwtictU rrwmnY rjciim
Our li.ll..r frr tear. ,
Um4 A4rllla Medina.
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