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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY. MAT 11. 1911.
if Light Underwear
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Women's Fine Ribbod
Union Suits; umlr
at, rach ,
Z 4I.U k r
Womrn'i Fin lUbbed Vft;
eLaoe trtmmed, plain
RI1U lailiy rirr r n,
also lace trimmed body
vesta special, 4 g ftj!,
each , ,
Great Special Purchase of 300 Dozen
French Chip Milan Unt rimmed Hats
Hundreds of strictly up-to-date summer hats, made '
nf rn'rrViont nnnlitv strHTC" find all readv to trim.
The shades are black, white and burnt. They are
all medium and large shapes that are strictly cor- 3
rect. for midsummer wear. The
window display has attracted
much attention. These hats are -
worth up to $5.00, at
SI Mercerized Voile, 15c yd.
150 pieces of verv fine 40-inch mercerized Sterling Voiles which we secured from an eastern
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manufacturer below cost, on account ot the late season, i nese vones reuui fr
retrularly at 35c a yard.. All the new shades are represented King's blue, I
Copenhagen, Helen pink, lavender, black, white', gray, tan, light blue, etc. J I
On sate Thursday on basement bargain square, 40 inches wide, at, yard. . .
All Our 76c
J rEB Out Ladles' Bom Journal Pattern with III IJ
utuKr C1F w,w omr anyle Book at 20c. j yy '
All Our 79c
Silk Foulard and
Made In stripes, figures
and plain materials,
with silk embroid
ered and lace yokes;
' ings, at .
New full ruffled floun
ces, all the popular
colors; an unusually
high grade all' silk
Suits at $11.75
Scores of these smartly
tailored suits, In new
shades, cloths and
style e f f e c ts, all
at . . .
Finely tailored voiles,
etc., in the narrow
widths every 'cor
rect new fea
ture at ..........
Annual May Sale , of Waists
Bennett's Offer the Host Remarkable Slrirt
Values Ever Known in Omaha
2.000 FA MOr BKYFR A Wn.M.V.MS' SKIHTS, AT I.T.SS THAN HALF
PRICK Beyer & Williams of Buffalo, New York, are the tersest exclusive
skirt makers in the world, their cheapest skirt selling for -60.
WK PI RCHASKI) II. W.'S EXTIRK SI' ROTA'S STOCK Consisting of
2,000 skirts, all tailored into the most beautiful variety of charming fabrics
and styles that the season commands, including "cancelled orders," because of
late deliveries lots made up from short pioce lengths of fine fabrics and four
complete sample lines of the Famous B. & W.'s Skirt.
THE FABRICS -Include beautiful all wool serges In black and all colors,
shepherd checks, wide Wale diagonals, janamas in all shades, exquisite black
otles, and light novelty mixtures of almost every weave.
THE STYLES Are all of the reason's newest creations, say-gored, foot
pleated on the side effects, paneled front and back, and many others.
THESE WE HOl'KHT AT OVR OWN SMALL PRICES And Thurslay
we place the entire group of 2,000 skirts on sale, at the most remarkable low
prices ever known In Omaha. No Omaha women can afford to miss this great
opportunity to buy a High Grade Hand Tailored Skirt at such prices.
Skirts worth $5.00
and $6.00, Thurs
Skirts worth up to
Skirts worth up to
These are skirts in Just the wanted style and fabric for all sized women,', including the Misses
and extra sizes for stout women. Come early sure. For these prices do not permit us to promise tardy
visitors the same , advantages that the early callers will have. We guarantee these values as genuine,
positively no exaggerations, pnd guarantee the skirts as being perfect in every detail Remember
Thursday at 8 o'clock we will sell the first skirt. (
yt Dainty lingerie Waists, neat
y tailofed waists,' new voile
$ and marquiBette waists
J worth up to $2.00,
An unusually large variety
of women's lingerie and
tailored waists, that are
worth aa high as $3.00, at,
Some of the prettiest styles
in' waists we have ever'
offered are in this great
group, worth up to 14, at
Waists in Oar Big Baseme.it at.. .
" Colored and white tailored waists, pretty
! lingerie waists, worth up to $1.25 each. .
Wnmpn'c Npw Snnntf and Slimmer NWlrwear
Ribbon novelties, American Beauty roses, sweet peas, pansies, etc. all new colors; new Ven- jMjS
. ise, filet and crochet effects, in the new Dutch sailor, also round, square and Byron shapes; ijjjj
wmte ana aainty coiorea janots, cascaues, muc nms, eic, g y fi f TV
new stock and tailored stocks many worth $1.00
27-inch elegant embroidered flounclngs, skirtings,
hyr noveiiy WKISI lI UUUUg, liu muni caiui ukici mm cuu
V vide bands many worth up to $1.00
&t yard big bargain squ
and insertions rneat eyelet, Madeira, plind a
effects and babj' patterns worth ' Ql
'imtnOft vnrrl.iit 1-nrrI . " 0 QjW
$6 and $7.50
We've gone through our entire
stock of High Grade Silk Petti
coats and taken out all the broken
lines and will place them on sale
Thursday, at one price, choice or
the lot, at
Not a garment In the lot worth
less.' than $6.00.
150 Boys' Knicker
bocker Suits Worth
$3 to $4.50
Odd lot of broken ilnes to be sure
mostly all wool, ffood patterns,
suits in manly styles for boys from
H to 16 years old; each from our
regilar lines that sell for from
$3.00 up to 4.50; Thursday only,
a Big Bargain, choice, ot $1.83
A Special Group
Boys" Suits, with 1 and 2 pairs of
pants, suits that sell regularly at 14
and 14.60. Made of all wool and
come in sties from g to It years.
"Thursday, at 93.50
40c Hlouse Waists, In all colors, with
collars attached. Rood summer
. weight; special Thursday, at S5o
fell ' 'J
, ' ' '
500 Pairs $3.50 to 4.50 Oxfords $H OS!
VMPYT C A TTTPTi A V RPAttriFTQ CWFATFQT 1UTQTT $AI1?1I
hj, iijuxkx uiiviuiii uiuuivmu iwuu uvuu yniiui
-Tea Roses, Brides' f
Roses, Bridesmaid Roses and American. Beauty Rose Bushes acclimated to . Sj 11 11
W 10,000 Fine Hardy Bushes full of leaves a-nd ready to bloom-
Tm m SJ J 1 A " ! T A. T T
tHis weather and worth 50c each at, each.
Have Your Ticket Redd "Burlington
Round Trip Rates East
Commencing June 1st.
THIRTY DAY LIMIT.
New York City, standard routes $45.00
New York City, other desirable routes ; . . .$42.00
Atlantic City, N. J., standard routes $44.50
Atlantic City, N. J., other desirable routes ... .$43.50
Portland, Me., through St. Lawrence River region,
00 days; via Boston, 30 days . .' $42.35
Boston, Mass. (60 days) ...$40.60.
Montreal, including St. Tjawronee River boats () $39.50
Montreal direct rail routes () $35.00
Buffalo, N. Y ....$32.00
Toroato, Ont ; . . . $29.60
4 () Limit C0.dayg.
ALL SUMIdER EASTERN RATES
(Return Limit October 31.) '
Mackinac Island $31.80
Portland, Me. 7 $58.00
AUantic City, N. J $55.00
Buffalo, including tour of Lakes $44.50
Detroit, Mich , $30.00
Petoskey, Mich S29.85
Bay View, Mich., $29.85"
' J- Liberal stopovers permitted on all tickets. . .
Call, write or telephone, and let me helpfrou
plan your trip.
J. B. REYNOLDS, City Fssnger, Agent,
1502 Farnam St., Omaha
and Pumps Go Thursday, at, pair.
These will be found on the Bargain Square. They're th. broken lines of
Ouf Regular Stocks; showing nearly every style and leather In nearjy every
siie, that we have been selling all spring for $3.60, 14.00 and I4.S0. But have
old down to the "Kews" and now must all go.
For women who want good shoes, with good leather and good styles, then,
vaiues are positively the greatest known to the shoe trade this seasoti.
Warm Weather Footwear, at thla price la aurely a bargain. Every pair or
these Oxfords and Pumps' will be carefully fitted. Plenty, of aa
competent help will be here to wait on you. Thursday only. . ,f J
These Shoes go at VA,WW
Here's Relief for
Tired Aching Feet
We are showing a shoe In dark -brown
kid.' A shoe that was
built and designed for the com
fort of women who are compelled
to be on their feet. High top,'
lace shoes, made of specially pre
pared leather vegetable tanned,
that neither draws or burns the
foot, a soft flexible outer sole
with a light, soft cushion effect
Noiseless and comfort personi
fied. These shoes are in all sizes
and widths at one prlc
1419 tariau Street,
Ti e ni.inli- oril for the trtde It U UHeful as well
as u.i.4ih.'1.IhI. We are Hiiowlns. some heautlfu! piei-es.
Spen t u few n.inuies In our store. Look for the name-
S. yi. LINDSAY, Jeweler
1518 Douglas Street
Ooautiful Tooth :
' There are but few peoole w he haf 0
ttieoi. Good teeth everyone rr. grit ha- e IS
II Ihey would u to lit- Wraaoury 'ih
luickest. eabieat and least painful are V
tr.e c'ly lueltiuiis employed toy us ami m
Bunureiu ei vur piiwiu. ooin in ami
tui ui la city, wl" gladly tell you about
the good denial work and our up-to-date
ways of doing things. Crowns and bridge
kwik no,. i . um per tooth Plate that
fit from 14 Oil is lll 0 PinJ iitr.r.
I tun i.f teeth. Nerves cf teetn removed
WHbout Burling ou. Wuilt uui i
DR. ERADBURY, THE DENTIST j
IT Teu uu Lrattol,
BM ftnas) Ik, 17S0, I
A I "Torothy Dodd " shoes covirt the
U 1 yW l "" favor of those who shun the
r I' eccentric and seek for the unusual.
J Y You'll be surprised to find what
( -F j I attractive catchy designs we are now
I r-? showing. An irresistable charm about
&sj l the new styles. Step in and see them.
lX ' $3-50 to $5.00
smm. mm T"
Shapely and Stylish
Fitting without tho
usual ever present
gape at the side
In all shoe mate
rials that are worn
SEE THAT ARCH
The Fit Tells
Sorosis Shoe Store
.. 203 SOUTH 15TH 8T.
Frank Wilcox, Mgr.
rrr m a aaa ta
BE LOAHED OUT
In Small Sums, to Needy Peo
ple at a Low Rato
A gentleman .who has just gone
k abroad, has left $1.00) with me
pjjbe loaned out in sums from $10 up-
wards, to tieedy people, at a low rate,
on household goods, ' pianos, horses
j and wagons.
Hi All loans will he drawn to ne re-
i paid in small monthly installments,
55 to suit the Individual borrower.
If you need money and want to get
It at a reasonable cost and in a strlct-
Sjllly confidential, manner, address G16H,
in care of Bee, stating the amount
wanted,! the security) you have to offer,
your address and the time it will be
convenient for me ta see you.
This Colony is located In the
Sacramento Valley, and the
Sacramento Is as fertile as the
Nile. The climate is unsur
passable the opportunities are
unlimited. You can have a
home and a fortune on ten
acres. Land aold on easy
Excursion leaves May 14th.
Write for information.
404-10 CHy Nat l TUmk . Bldg.
To the BondhbMers of the
Mv . im.
The holders of the ponds, ot the Rhertdan
Ciml company sj-e hereby nottfieU th.t the
undersigned trustee, under trust deed of
the Bheridan Coal company, dated June
11, 19(13. and recorded June 10, 1903. In
book 28 of the mortssgre . records, on pace
4W. In the office of the county cleric ni
the county of Sheridan and state of Wyo
ming, has received nntlne from the Sheri
dan Coal company that It will, on or befort
June SO. 1911. remit the undersigned twenty
four thousand .t-'4.000) dollar to take dp
and retire twenty-four bonds, aa provided
In said trust deed.
Notice Is hereby Riven that the under
signed ha drawn and selected by lot. the
following twonty-four number of twenty
four of the bonds outstanding, seure4 b
said trust, I. .:
is m M7 Rio
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for paytwnt from the sinking fund to be
so paid to It by said.' the Hherldan Coal
company, under said trunt deed, and upon
such payment of said IM.AOO to the under
signed, on or before June 10. lull, the under
signed will, at Us office at the corner of
Iiearborn and MadlJtoa streeU, In the city
of Chicago. Illinois, on the first day of
July. JM1. pay n he holders or registered
owners of said bonds, numbered as afore
said, the principal and arrumulated Inter
est thereon. uKn the surrender and de
livery thereof 't the undersigned, uncan
celled and' accompanied by all unpaid
Limpons thereto belong.
Interest on each of said bonds numbered
as aforesaid will cease after said first day
of July, A. I . 311. whether presented on
said day or thereafter.
I NION TRl hT COMPANY. TRl'KTKE.
by RUFl'8 F. CIlAflN, Secretary
3v :' -:::..:-4:"B.!.
WAIT ADS PRODUCE
Hivr.HTISKMENT rXiR PROP! trAI.fi.
5 ! i;. . Court House, Custom House anl
. : I I'liatofflce, Omaha. Neb . Office of Cus
i2 todUn, May . lull.-Healed proposals will
N I.,- received at this building until 1 o'clock
C ' p. m.. May ti. 111. for furnishing 1,000 ton
$ 1 bituminous cl for use In this building
during tbe fiscal year ending June 3U. mi.
' i'u. .,..1 ulll Ha ritirrhuirt nfwin th. bal.
of a guaranteed heating valua Proposal
'- blanks and specif (rations can be obtained
M from the undersigned. The right to reject
..'any and all bids Is reserved by the Treaa
Sj ury liepartment. CAPKT TAVU1H.
,- MIO-dil. Custodian.
S ' De'pA RTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
O I Office of Indian Affairs. Washington.
H C -Healed proposals for letting grax-
s Ing District No. 1. Crow Reservation,
i Montana. lor me graauig oi sneep, eiinei
under a lease or by permit, will be re-
elved at the offl'-a of the commissioner ol
-'-, ' Indian affairs, WsKhlngton, Li. C. until S
will ha immediately thereafter orened
ihH piesence of su h bidders a may at
tend. All necewai y Information rnav hi
obtained on application to the superin
tendent of the Crow Indian chool I row
Ageny. Montana. C. F. Hauk. Ptcm
AMislaot CorumiMlooer. kltdlM.
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