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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1911)
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A Snocial Purchase of
Women's, Misses', Junior
LONG SPRING COATS
From a New York Manu
facturer at a Great Price
Hundreds of smart and
serviceable garments in all
sizes,, colors,, styles, and
New serges, coverts,
worsteds, silks, etc., in
navy, tan, black, gray, etc.
Many sample and odd
coats and a great number
are worth 2 and 3 times
the price we ask.
Women's Spring Skirts at $3.98
Cleverly made of mixtures, panamas, worsteds, etc. all new
sptlBK style' features are included.
I. Women's Tailored Suit Special at $15.
Here are special values in new styles of spring suits. A new
group for Thursday, at ! 15
Women's Silk Foulard and Fancy Messaline Dresses.
Here Is an (extra special group of women's new spring dresses, A
in all colors and a variety of styles, at plvf
A Great Special Sale of Women's Waists.
Here was a great purchase of women's waists in colors and white
tailored ana lingerie effects on our main floor, bargain 50.
square, worth up to $1.25, at
'Women's Kid Gloves for Easter.
Perrin make finest selected gloves, in all the newest shades
and lengths, including bisque, pearl, gray, mode, tan, black
and white. Paris point or heavy embroidery on backs.
Fitted to the hand. We are sole agents in Omaha for these
fine French Gloves, at, pair,.. $1.75, $2.00 to $3.75
75c Wide Embroideries at 39c a Yard.
18 and 27-inch fine embroidered Swiss, Nainsook and ba
tiste, flouncings, skirtings, corset coverings, also allover
embroideries all this season' newest designs ' 9ft
many worth 75o a yard, at, per yard UtJC
Women's All Pure Sheer Linen Handkerchiefs.
Hemstitched, embroidered corners, hemstitched and scal
loped embroidered sheer lawn, fancy lace borders,
etc.-r-newest designs, worth 20c each, at
' Women's Fine Spring Neckwear
New Dutch and Sailor Collars, in dainty embroidery and
lace; lancy lace and embroidered jabots; tailored
and fancy stocks; fancy bows, etc. many
worth 75c, at, each
Demonstration and Sale of
AMERICAN LADY CORSETS.
You will be interested In the new spring models of this famous
corset. Aa expert demonstrator and representative from the factory
will be here throughout this entire week. Her time is yours.
TheWell Dressed S
Man Who Wants
we unhesitatingly recommend
pair of our
They are the cream of Rhoe-
dom built on special lasts
stylos and shapes the same as
higher priced Bhoes. Our guar
antee is back of every pair we
sell. Well, to make a long story ,
short, we'll, refund the money to
any purchaser who is the least
dissatisfied with a pair. They
are made of velour and box calf,
patent colt and vlci kid, all sizes.
We are showing the latest styles
In Spring Oxfords in Drexel's
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5 I Itavo you scon the New Tan Press (;m0s? iff
j XmlS They're beautiful Mimics. Tome Thursday JIV
On Sale Thursday At? on Yte o
14 ID Farnam S treat
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All Sorts of
Wie are most careful in our selection of Ladles'
Suits, more so, than any other like garment. Suits
demand good lines and careful cut.
These are among our "Masterful" display
Ladles' White Serge Suits Beautifully finished,
Ladles' Tan and Navy Suits In mannish fabrics,
Ladles' Tan and Gray Serge and fancy Fabric
Suits In charming effects and lines, at $20.50
Ladies' Slip-On Rain Coats Made loose, very ser
viceable, at $5.00
Tan and Gray Tweed and Serge Top Coats, at up
LarileH' House Dresses, $1.2.1 In light and dark
shades, high or low neck, Mikado or long
sleeves, extra well made garments; worth from
$1.50 to $2.25. Choice Thursday, at $1.25
BRANDELS STORES M
The handsomest line of
Motor Gloves on the market
at factory prices may
be seen at the places noted
below. They are quality
gloves, of the successful
Burleigh make, and will ap
peal to all motorists who de
mand the best and who ap
preciate money-saying prices f
for high-class products.
Gloves that formerly sold
for from $2.50 to " $6 per
pair are now $2 and $4.50.
1901 Farnam ;
Powell Supply Co.
1925 So. 13th
$6 Duplex Suits tor Boys Tth1 $5
These are the very finest Boys' Suits Made. It's our
' best teller Duplex Suits come guaranteed all wool, tail
ored into perfect styles, and have an exfra pair of pants
to match. Thursday take your pick, none excluded;
grays,' tans, browns and fancy mixture AA
suits,. worth to $0.00, for VVtlU
Skirt and Shirt
Waist Box Sale
19.98 MflttliiR Covered Skirt Box
45 Inches long, like cut. Hun
brass -corner clips Thurstlsy.
1S.25 Mnttlng Covered Skirt Box
45 Indies long, with draw
$5 00 Matting Covered Shirt Waist Box 30 inches long; choice Thurn'ii
(ienuine Red Cedar Chests Special this week, at from ... .$9.75 to $18
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Are You Considered
Newest Firm of "Cleaners" Are
ready Proclaimed "Largest."
3 r All-Tourist-Car Trains
' Carrying Redoccd Price Diniag Cars
, April 8, 0, 10, 1911, to
v UNION PACIFIC
STANDARD ROAD OP THE WEST
New and Direct Route to Yellowstone National Park.
J . . : Electrio Block Signals
Excellent Dining Cars
Low One Way Colonist Fare 25, applies on these trains.
. For information relative to fares, routes, etc., call on your
Local Agent, or
L BEINDORFF, 0. P. & T. A.,
1324 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
Ifhones, Doug. 1828; Ind. A3231
It takes Pre-Easter days of this sort,
to test the mettle of a "Cleaning and
Dyeing," establishment, for the annual
"rush" la at hand. Everybody seems
bent on having garments cleaned, pressed
altered, rejuvenated, In time for the
Dresher Bros., 2211-221S Farnam St.,
while the "youngest" or "newest" firm
of cleaners and dyers In Omaha, are also
rapidly assuming the title of "largest,"
Hie amount of work turned out by them
these days being almost unbelievable,
i And it goes without saying that the
t work must be done flnaly, else the "rush"
I of -business would not continue.
50,000 worth of equipment Is neces
sary to turn out the work received at
Dresher Bros." new plant, and a force of
employes considered large a few months
ago, has lately been even Increased.
Look up your wardrobe today tele- '
phone Tyler 1500 or Ind. A. 2225 for a
Dreaher wagon. : Dresher pays express
one way on shipments of work amount
ing to 13 or over.'
Clothes may not make the person but
well tailored garments certainly make an Im
pression. And It's the first impression that
p. Can't you make yourself decide to break
awayiironi the ordinary chance-fitting ready-to-wear
clothes and take to the neat, stylish,
man-tailored to order garments this spring?
The, ehange will do you good from personal
appearance, and the cost is no more.
See our splendid showing of new Spring
Materials just received for Easter Suits,
Coat? and Skirts.
Your Easter Suit Made
to Your Pleasure
$25, $30, S35
Every Garment splendidly man-tailored
to your special measure to suit your individ
Our Annual $15 Suit Sale
Saturday, April 8th
In Our Ready-to-wear Department AH
Our Suits That Sell regularly up to
$20.00, $'i"S.OO and $27.50; go on sale
Saturday, at 815.00
214-18 No. 16th St., Opp. Hotel lyal.
Chicago, w Orleans and
Trains Leave Omaha at 6:00 P. M.
and 7:00 A. M.
For rates, tickets, sleeping car reservations, trip itiner
aries and detailed information call at
City Ticket Office, City National Bank Bldg., or writa
- 6raaha, Neb. District Passenger Agent.
Watch for the
I'ig Sale of
If A J TH
Ask the Boy IVhsro Uo!d Rather
Ten Chances to Ono He'll Say
There's a season for it, too; we cater to
their wishes, giving them at prices within
the parent means, Snappy Styles that please.
Ihe quality that delights the parent is in
We're now in a better position than ever
before to supply their every wish. With
our newly fitted, greatly enlarged depart
ment, bigger stocks, more varied assort
ments, always at most attractive prices.
We're specially anxious just now to show
you our big assortment of
SI IT8 FOlt WXKlltM.ATION
Bring the boys in; it's a satisfying and
money saving proposition.'
We know ive can please you and the boys.
No matter what price you want to pay,
$2.00, $10.00 or in between.
Three of Our Great Leaders This Season
Hoys Two Tant Suits in fancy I Boys lllue Serge Suits Part
wool cheviots, special at $3.75 wool with two prs. pants $."j.(H)
And Our "Ilest Kver" Suits at $3.00 With full peg Knickerboc. It
ers is a winner. Shower proof, wear proof, clever in style, perfect
Free With each boy's suit sold Thursday lUuw Itell Mnk.
Matchless Furnishing Goods Bargains Thursday
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Samples and Broken Lots New
styles, perfect goods, long hip
models with heavy hose sup
porters attached, made of fine
Coutlls or Batiste, all steel
boned, values to $2.50 at 49c,
7ic and 08c.
Ijadies'' $1.00 Hide Union Suits
all styles, regular and extra
'sizes, pure white 49c
Indies' 83c and 80c Gauze Vest
Mercerized or lisle, in two
lcta a . 12 Wc and 25c
Sjudles' $2.0O Vinbrellas . . .OKc
ladles' $3.00 Umbrellas ..$1.50
Ladles' and Children's Hose
15c quality, full seamless, fast
black, Thursday 3 prs for 23c
Ladies' and Children's IIoso
25c quality, full seamless, In
black and colors, at 2 prs. 23c
Ladies' 50c Sample 'Hose Mer
cerized, gauze and lace, all
colors, pair 23c
Ladies' Muslin and Cambric
Gowns and Combination Suits
Nicely trimmed with . . lace
and embroidery, special bar
gain at .40c and OHc
i xtra Specials for Thursday In Our Domestic Room
At 0:80 . rn. 1 case of 7c Bleached Muslin, 10 yards limit, as
long aa It lasts .5c
At 10:80 . in. 1 case of number 5394 Sheets, 72x90, a good
value at 60c; we will limit to 6 sheets, at each .88c
At 2:30 p. m. 1 case ot 16c Pillow Slips, number 6395, 42x36,
10 Slips limit, at Mc
At 8:00 p. m. 1 case of Oakdale Fringed Quilts, regular price
$1.50, 6 quilts limit, at each $1.12H
At 4:00 p. m. 1 case 10c Batiste, large floral designs, 10 yards
limit, at. yard .Ko
FOR ALL PAY.
39c Mercerized Poplins, all
colors . .' lc
25c Foulards 10c
26c Abberfoyles (Ginghams)
from the bolt, 32-in. wide 12 He
zbc ADDenoyies, long rem
nants : ......10c
75c Sheets, 72x90 03c
20c Pillow Slips, each ....14c
12 He and 15c Batistes , ...10c
12Vic and 16 Percales ...10c
lla l Porchert iress Forms
We' are the only exclusive selling
agents for the Hall-Borchert uress
Forms in Omana ana are me uireci
factory representatives for this city
and. the state of Nebraska.
We do not carry any other kind
and are the only authorized agents In
You are buying from rim nanas
when you buy here and do not have to
pay two profits.
Speeial Thursday sz to u in. bubi
Forms, Jersey covered on extension
Zicn City Laces
A new lot of these
Famous Wash Laces
just received on sale,
Hayden't Grocery Loads All Quality and Prlca Talks
Whrre vou can save from 25 to
60 on your grocery bill. Don't throw
your money awuy.
10 bars Diamond C. lieat-'Km-AU tr
Lenox Soap 25
6 bars Ivory Soap fur 19o
12 cukes fancy SanltJl Tcllet Soap In
box , 66o
The beat Fatent Flour, noUiIng finer
for breail. cakes, pastry, pies .etc.
48-lb. Back fl.20
10 lbs. best, Kolled Breakfast Oatmeal
10 lbs. best white or yellow Cornmeal
t Iba. best Hand Picked Navy Beans
5 lbs. good Japan Rice lvo
Gallon cans Table Syrup 2&o
2-lb. cans Wax, String, Green or
Lima lieans 7 Ho
Orape-Nuta, pkg 10c
Corn Klakes, pkg tyc
Yeast Foam, pk(f 30
7 lbs. betst bulk Laundry Starch. 26o
The best Soda or Oyter Crackers. . 6a
The best Crisp Glnner Snaps 6c
The bust Crisp Pretzels, lb 6c
Batter and Cheese Bsnartmant
The best Creamery Uutiui, lb 25o
The best Country Creamery Butter,
per lb 'ho
The best Dairy Hulter, lb 2lo
Good Dairy liutter, per lb lHo
Fancy Full Cream Oheese, per lb., 15
Full Cream Hrlck Cheese, lb 16q
Neufchatel Cheese, each 'ia
The Talk of Omali -Hayden's rreen
Three bunches treh Bevis, Carrots,
Shallots, Turnips or lladtshes, larve
bunches ( lOo
Fancy Kresh Spinach, per peck. ...20o
Fancy ltlpe Tomatoes, lb. .100
2 heads Leaf Lettum ,,...6o
Large Head Lettuce, per head..7Vto
S n talk s Celery ......10o
New Potatoes, per lb .....7Vio
Large Cucumbers, eoh, jOe and 12So
Ureen Peppers, two for ..10c
AVax or Green Dttanit, lb. ...... 1 2 Vio
A Special Carload of Highland Havel
unuM xor Tuwutj.
Cheaper ana Rotter Than ADnles.
Regular 60c size, per dozen. ..... ?.oc
Regular 40o elze, it tlozen 2To
liegular SUc size, per rt' icn ...... iuo
Regular 26c size, per dozen.... .Ho
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and TheDee's superiority will he demonstrated
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I'houe No. 8. 30th and V Sta.
South Omaha. Nebraska.
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13S4 Douglas mt.
mioses! Douglas lS-taj InA. AlMt
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Both Phones, SO
Sooth Omaha i
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Thoum Ho. Bod,
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Mrs Karaa Fa per Is the West,..
When You Go Home
to lunch, see If your silver looks well to you. If
not step In our store and let us sell you a few new pieces
to brighten up your 'able. Your wne win line a.
Look lor tne name.
S. XI. LINDSAY, Jeweler
1516 Douglas Street
INSURED against fire moths burglary.
Corner 20th and Farnam. Telephone Doug. 3040. J
A Whisky of'
niLLKH'S OU STOt'K 111 a superb blend
of Rye Whiskies aged to perfect degree of
smoothness. The best Whisky ever sold at a
moderate price and one sure to pkae you.
Your first order won't be your 'last.
Full Quirt, $1.00 ',
Full Gallon, $3.50
Four (uarta Kent lrepaJ J Any here for ' g (
Hillcr Liquor Co.
Either Phone 1309 FARNAM ST.
If It Comes Frpm Hiller's It Must Be Coed
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