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THE BEE: OMAHA'. SATTKPAY. MAY 4. 101!
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for this new Columbia
(As Advertised in
The Saturday Evening Post)
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Sale oi Women's Long Kid Gloves
Long Gloves of finest selected French
lamhfkin Hi button length, '. I Ico
patra fasteners, in white, pearl.
ehaBUpagm. tan and Mack fitted to
the hand: worth $.'5.50; seeial at. a
Short Kid ilnves Two-clasp effects,
in white, tan. Mack, gray and blue
all sb.es at. pair $1.00
Bargain Square Special aiur Silk
Gloves. 1 ft button length, double tip
ped fingers tricot weaves in white.
black, taa and iongee extra heavy, worth $1 pr., 59(
Short Kid Jloves two-clasp effects with single row em
broidery black, white and tan; worth $1.00; on bargain
square atjKT jair 69t
Women's Pure Thread Silk Hose
Woman's Pure Thread Silk Hosiery with wide
hem silk tops, also fsnrjr silk embroidered
boot patterns, wide lisle tarter tops, llsla
double soles, high spliced heals aird toes
blark. tan, whit and fancy colors- CO
II. oe quality, at pair ; OtC
Vmnen's Pure Thread Silk Boot Hosiery, wide
mercerlied. lisle garter tops, lisle soles, high
spliced heels and toes regular and out sizes,
In blark, tan and white worth 75c t r
t alr 49c
Women s Pure Silk Boot Hosiery, wide lisle
gsrter tops, lisle soles, spliced heels and toes
some are full fashioned black, white, tan
and fanry colors SOc quality, at, on
Children', misses' and
Ikivb' fine ribbed hosiery,
double knee, double soles,
Women's and men's fine cotton
and mercerised lisle hosiery
wide hem tops, double sole,
heels, toes. In black, tan, whit
and colors; also women's pure
black, silk boot hosiery, wide
lisle tops, double heels snd
toes; worth 25c, at, 1 g
heela and toes, cotton and mer
cerised finished lisle In blnck,
tan and light colors; O 1
worth 25c. at, pair Is-2C
Lighter Weight Underwear
Women's fine cotton sleereless I nlon Bulls cuff knee and o m
umbre'la style worth 60c, at, each OOC
Women's fine cotton, long sleeved and high neck vests, also pants
In cuff knee or umbrella style lac trimmed J5c values a f"
it, each , IOC
Children's Vests, low. neck and
sleeveless high neck with
wing sleeves pants la cuff
knee and umbrella style, lac
trimmed; worth op to
26c, st, garment.
l?oy' I'orous Knit I'nion
Suits short sleeves and
knee length all sizes
50c quality at, a suit, 39o
New Shetland Wash Lace Veils at 59c Each
Xew Shetland Wash Lace Veil with fast woven borders,
in black, white and colors ls yards in length; C A
very Recial at, each WC
Women's New l.ace Collars, Captation. Cardinal, Bailor and Dutch
shspes for coats and dresses, in macrame, venlse and crochet ef
fects: worth up to "6c and 11.(02 big lota on bargain aquares,
t. "en 50H and 70
SATURDAY CANDY SPECIALS
Fresh assorted Maple Confections, maple caramel glace, maple
cocoanut balls, maple cocoanut kisses, etc., at,. lb '204
Assorted chocolate Fruit Bars,
at, 3 for JO
Chocolate Vanilla Cream Drops,
at, pound 10t
Special Black Walnut Taffy, at.
Pompelan Bitter 8weet Chooo
lates, assorted and nut fillings,
at, per pound 20?
; There are many sports and games of all sorts, but
njly on has the distinction of being the Greet American
- , . There are Just as many kinds of shoes for boys, but
,-only ohe Is recognised by the mothers of Omaha as the
treat American shoe for American boys, that on is
STKKIj shod shoes
They have every good point found In all other makes
r.pf boys' shoes plus ludlvidual features thst make them
- tie dresaiest and best wearing boys' shoe ever offered.
10 to IS!, 2.00
..- BOY SCOUT SHOES, According to Siie
" rTT?r"TT uib
A SUIT SALE FOR MEN
who appreciate the value of $5
W placa oa sal Savturdajr a limited nnmbtr of salts, worth SlS-OO,
I1T.60 led SaO-OO. Ths-m gaits bftv sU tb sosp vn4 stjis of custom-tail-rod
salts st doable oar prle. The fttbr.es ara tlis vtry latest snd tnsso
prices flhooid appoal to tk man who wuta to bo wsU drossod, Boo tfaoso
Guaranteed Blue Serge
Suits included in this sale
XT SO. COMB TO THIS BTOBB,
wbors yon will find tbo largest
and soot solootod stock of mod'
ora troaoors la tho city at a loss
prlea (quality ooasldorod) than
XZTBBKELT CrOOD VALUE.
JJ.50 S.90 $2-50 $3
$3 M 54 J5 J6
Good Hats Only
is a hobby with us
Come In and M our hat man
show you what I KKiHT in hats
for thin seaMin.
JOHN K. STfcTSOX'S coft and
stiff bats up JO SB
"il UAXTF.K SVV..
I II." HatN are
None better mIiI elsewhere at
M'M IAI, I'eari and black C
Ouxhers, worth ai.'J."., at. 93C
including the "M10" Series
(12 Double-Discs 24 Selections)
and Record Album '
THE SHOE sf
of the Famous Suit & Cloak Co. Goes
on Sale Saturday. May 4, at 8:30 A. M.
We Bought at 20c on the Dollar
You'll Buy for Almost Nothing.
See for Yourself! ( Here Are the Prices!
Suits, Ciats and Dresses for a Song!
Ladies' and Misses' Suits, Coats and Wool Dresses
That were damaged ly smoke mid water. Blue, black,
tan, white serge ami mixtures. Sold regu- QQ
larly from $1(1.00 to $20.00 ! SfOC
Ladies' and Misses' Suits, Coats and Serge Dresses
l)amag"d by smoke and water; siws from 14 Misses'
to 4C Indies' sizes; all colors included, black and
white and blue Herge; worth regularly $15.00 4 AA
to $:'3.00, at
Ijulles' anil Misses' Hulta, long t'oats and Wool Itrnwes, regard
less of farmer prices. IIIuh serges, beautiful white sulti
eoata and dresses; whipcords and other pop
ular materials for this spring, damaged by
water worth $20. nu to ;!;. no
Ladles' and Misses' Hulls, Coat and Hrfwn, damaged by water,
and a lot of them are not damaged at all.
worth from $2160 to H0.no, Divided In two
great lots- $5.45 au1
lollies' and MlaseV Nulls, ling Coats and llrrmes That are
only mussed, mostly In perfect condition and did not even get
wet. There are hundreds or beautirul gsr
menls In this ssle, regardless of former prices,
t 97.05 and
Ladies' and Mliwes' Hulte, foals and Dreiwee The bulk of thpse
garments are In perfect condition: those that are slightly
soiled are or me nigneat quality or merchan
dise and will easily rleau. Garment sold up to
146.00 $8.95 and
Ladles' and MlweV Coatn. Suit, and Orcsnea That were received
and were still in cases, not unpacked, when the fire broke out;
an aweu garments; worth rrom 125.00 to $K5
go on sale at 814.85 SI 2.93 11.05
Other DHKSSKS. COAT.
CHIMVH tJAKMKXTS. etc..
that was haxlly damaged, will
he dumped out at. each 50
All the DKK8S NKIKTS will
he placed on sale and marked
according to the damage and
value; all wool nklrts, up
25 69 OStf
d by water,
i That are
ot even get
nlk of thpse
THKRK ARK OTHKK ITKM.S
THAT WILL RE OX SALE
THAT IH IMTOSSIBLK TO
BILK HKKSSKS and KYK
NING (.OWNS-worth $10,
to $40 -go at
98 S2.9S 84.98
Ro Charges to Anyone. Nothing Will Be Laid Away.
No Mail Orders Filled. Ro Exchanges.
j Raphael-Pred Company
Southwest Cor. 13th and Farnam
Until July lt
the Straight Cash price
at $7 a month
delivered on approval
Thin new (irafonoLa '"PrtnreM" in ,
beautiful hiahoifany tlile, rettdy at ail
timet to (ttrve all the purpose "of purh
a tatile, worthy of il piai e in an part
of ny room tn the hoiiw, yet likewta
reaiiy to provide muni. of any
riaflff ynu happen to tie aire, and capable
of all the quality of tone of any tnetru
ment by which you may happen to
The "Prince" embodie the new tone
ahiitters, repiai-lnn the ordinary nmll
rtoor, and providing terfeit regulation
of tone volume by moan of a an. all
knob turned by thumb and finger.
let u plate thia complete outfit In
your home free, irtve you an opportu
nity tn vombine an evening' deJifrrttful
entertainment with a tnorough demon
t rat ton. take it away In a day or two
If you decide not to purrhaae or leave
It with ynu to be paid for at $? a montli
without a cent of extra for interest or
for anything else.
Columbia Phonograph Co.
1311 FARNAM STREET.
16th k Califoraia SU.
FIRE moor NmI Cars In Connection
Bunnlnr hot and cold watar with
elotbaa olosats ia srary room. Looal
and Ions' dlstanos SslopSollsa. Olron
lMtlns ic water. All onteida rooma.
Z.ocktad in tha hsart ot tho buolnoos
sad sbopplnf aistnots. Most modora
and host foralshod hotol la Omaha.
m vmi Ilk them? Yfs
DsilOIOua and lOTIITIODI
tirrvrd troin A. M. w II A. M
Morrvll'a Hreakfaa) Raron with frlo4
nusli t iunl like mother used tn makej
anJ home msilo pnrk jiauaaco with
takes are a few nf our breakfit !
rials, toffee well. If It lant the
best you ever ilrank It won't roat you
a cent. Our eervli o ia a la carte but
w would not serve any thlna: that
would nol pus pure food tnapection
The Belmont Restaurant
151 Dodfo St. Open All BTlfM.
O. BT. BAIX, Frop.
I.nok for 1-arge Klectnc Pirn.
I ! I
"DENT your vacant house: Why let it
, remain empty and ntn-producing?
. .' . - ...
Find a tenant through the "Houses for
Rent column o! The Bee. See today's
Fine Lines Smart
Looks Perfect Fit
To, will fai anjqaaaaa about
aar Toisalals" aot to a B
asy sUer show lac Sw saoes la
Osaka. -Eielaslr bwls" always.
And ao is tba quality.
Krory leatlisr and fabric
walto Nubuck, whits linen.
tana, patents, snedos, otc..
' ara now her ia oreo' also.
OMAHA VS. DES MOIRES
MAY 1, 2, 3, 4.
Friday, May 3d. LadieV Hay
Car leaves 15th and Farnam, 3:15.
Gamo Called .1:SO.
Here's the Weather
And Here Are the Suits
Did you know when you buy clothes
here you are dealing with the largest
spot-cash buyers in the state? We
dislike to seem boastful; we try to
set forth in plain hard-hitting English
the real worth of our
Hart, Schalfner & Marx Clothes
$18.00 to $35.00
The Styleplus Clothes at $17.00
The World Over
The Hayden Wonder Clothes at
Our Own Product
But we cannot say too nlucji.
Our boosts are well founded
and backed by sturdy fabrics,
worthily tailored and perfect fitting,
and our garments are the proof of it.
If you will come to this store to
morrow or any time we will show
you suits that you will be proud to
wear. There is' not a style on the
Spring 1912 Fashion Plate that is
not represented here and plenty of
them whether you pay $10, $12.50,
$14.50, $17, $18, $20 or upwards.
Our stock is so complete you will
find all the prevailing colorings of the season
the grays, the browns, blueberry blue, navy
blue, electric blue, tans, etc.
Models in English, semi-English, "Col
lege chap," Shapemakef, and plenty of models
for conservative ideas.
We are the only store in Omaha offering men's all
wool and pure worsted suits with an extra pair of pants
at $10.u(l. Our supply will soon be exhausted and it's a
question if these values can be duplicated again this rea
son, but while they last they're yours.
If you have the least doubt as to the valuation of this
offering at $10.i, just figure it out yourself. If you are
fortunate enough in buying an all wool ilen's Suit at
$12.00 with single pair of pants wouldn't you consider it
an extraordinary opportunity when you get an extra pair
of trousers worth at least $3.50? This gives you a bona
fide $15.50 proposition for $10.00 they're selling, too.
Visit our Kxclusive Boys' Dept., second floor. New
wash suits $1.00 to $3.50. Boys' 2-pant suits $3.50. all
wool, worth $5.00. Boys' Knicker trousers 45c, worth 75c.
Try HAYDEN'S First
-'OMASA'S roar cxbttbby
The LaM Road Hhnw This Season
MM ptogvl't COX.LSOS OIBLS
CXT&ATAQAWBA AVX AITDSTXI.X.B
Beauty Chorus of Fair Graduates.
Julius Rath, Glnha Trotting Newsboy.
Amateurs Tontffht; Prlies: Fun
b4.es Dim Mstln Bvary Week Bay
tSun. : Summer 8 how Starts 1 :A9 p.m. I Or
Caajfln. atata. Tuaa , Tknrs.. Baa
wum X. riBKiira.
VOOIWUB STOCK COatTAaTT IS
LIXCTBVAaTT SID BEAD OB
WIS OOEa TXBBB.
Next WHk-m IIW BOT.
Mat Today. tO Blfht,
Boat Bsali. Mo
JAEDIN DE PARIS GIRLS
and AL PALZER
ilia af AT UUIT, Coutploa
tttjrt two tncEs
BUt, asa. aoo Toairht, SAa to M
TBI BOBLAB-TIO FLAY
THE GOOSE OIRL
COaOBa HartLBB W ABB
THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
la tba Leading Aartrultural Journal ot the treat. Its columns ara filled
with the beat thought of tha day in matters-pertaining to tha farm, tha
ranch and tha orchard, and it ia a factor in tha davelopmeot of tha great
Matinee Today 2:15
Note Early Cartaia SatBrdar
MBt 8: IS share)
Bridges the Distance
With Safety, Speed,' Comfort
Between Omaha and Chicago
Leaves Union Station 6:08 p. m.
Electric lighted throughout, with drawing-room, sleeping car,
observation car, dining car, chair cars and coaches.
Arrives La Salle Station . . . . . 7:54 a. m.
-Only One oa the Eletsted loop
Arrives Englewood Union Station . 8:09 a. m.
Convenient to Soath hide IHstrirl
Tot Uckats. nssmtioas sr lafsrmatiaa, pbsaa, arrtt m call.
1322 Farnam Mreet.
J. S. MrXALLV,
THviaoa Passenger Agent.
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