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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1912)
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Novelty ""hand "bags' In' tapeBtrr. vel
vet, suedVMal and wnlrorand im
ported beads; beautiful vsmodela;
daintily decorated add modestly
plain; each enei
thin? of beauty i
Our entire line of framed pic
tures is placed inthis;great
clearance i event ;at 20 6tt
the regular fignres.:Thsy aTe.
beautiful pictures; the frame are
net the cheap, manufactured kind,
but are, constructed In-our frame
craft shop by : experienced : work
men to your own .order. -Bring.!
your pictures and we will ; put.
them in the - frames without
charge. All frames discounted. 20;
per vcui, . . . j ,
1 1 n !
m v Pi
'"-am , m m mm:-.
Never Ibdfore in the history of the id such an event as ikis tak&i place, when a ha
woHd-anH we are frank to say that
:hastieen;a suceessHrom everypoint o
everlknew; we Shave started ithe jfoundation;rfw you will
Praserae Ihese Iritire iwo Ba
H and 5-inch ?Tafetta;Mes
saline and Iresden ribbons; : all
shades;: 25c, 35c and 50c values,
per yard, ' 15c.
various 'desirable ' Shades; . 50e
value,: yard, 10c. I
5 and '6 inch taff eU, Ms;
saline,' Moire and Dresden rifebons
50c and 75c values per yard, 21c;,
White Goods. Linens and Domestics
Xiuv atsortaoent or apjtm, zipezi men
size- all pure linen; partkralarly good tot
hotel and refrtmrant grout -has g-lm
for any onsei"vttve buyer; . la.oB valu-
At a dozen $1.93. . . , -
xeretrlMd tall Unea, extra Heavy gradi
Aborted paittrh'a In TI-taoB a1le Damask
extraordinary qualities heavy weisht:
twenty-five pieces tn the lot and each of
them of such quality that It would grace
any home; fl.25 aual.Hy at 8Se.
isisi-tnoh Bamacia napiua to match th
72-lnch table Biataifrtata; th$ assortment
his alwaya sM at, I3.S0- a4 it will astound
hardened bargain huhtere because ef ta
immense vahie at our Monday price otf
'One dozen for $8.4," ' . .
I Uifr 4umsit watte gomta that have
been salHngv'foT. no leas than i9 ta O
cents a yard are bow reduced to sueh; a
' level that all will tearvel at the aTvingr ot
Buch values. Sale price here er yard lie.
- Vattera table etotfcev 72Tt0-lnch siie, in a
i nuner ef round and square designs; Just
'Full of treat value and nr endorttis
!qualits; were szs; eaen now a.o.
-fy ''"ffr- ' ....i'ir.vi,i. .in. ,iwrniwwiww
better than the usual quality for the regu
i.r nrfc of 15cr rar yard, now 49c 1
n full oi 7C tun B.ndl
white; resemble wool very much, Wear'very
long;; $2.09 quality.-'per pair IM.
Olaraams, 27-tnch; all the finest 'domestic
winghams that were sold up to 15c a yard.
&4 seamed bed betai famous for their
ltv wearing qtiaUtkw; 8c vnixx at 830.
3S-i3ioh allkoUnesi all the latest and most
desirable patterns; a; great bargaiti; 12H
H1A a var1 ftXfl. 1 i ' -
Vnl its cottoa blAti kete, mlue, 91.19
jus. ivwvTirririnrai vii-iri- r .
vW WA ving,. quality of workmanship arid material arid style-mot S5-! ifc:vivk " 2
i Uil haphazard stoclc bought m haphazard way-but a Stock WttSfl UOCIrlQe P
l if hijJThe: Bennett ciothiilg:-store was; the : acknowledged
Imt "Wilffoi 'Omaha's clothing : business I in the matter of
:'iuJWjf .. -i 'jj ..i.--!-1 i -
Up ito $15 Walucss Vp to $25 Values ?
.The .Bennett : famous $15.00
suits 1 are 1 included in . this 7 big
assortment at $7.50--suits that
were the standard of value-givf
ing in Omaha. Every color and
style; peculiar to the 1912 spring
and summer seasons as Vell as
models- for men of more conscrf
vative tastes,- are here for your
choostog. Every.suit is . strictly
ALL WOOL AND HAND
TAILORED In every part. All stses
and.etyles for .men' and young men.
' Not" a" "man"1 who' comes' to the
store .this weekneed leave t it
without being fitted in this $10.00
line. There t are! two and ' three
button styles in f fancy ;.weave$
and V patterns alongside of the
staple blues and,; flacks (. fiffice
men and those inclined to jqmet
effects will want..-Each and every
su i t i s GUARANTEED ALL
V00L--as are all of, the suits
In the Bennett stock. ,A11 sizes for men
and young-men. , , , ;
vV-.'-.'Tlie.silk' bargaiJis will command firstatteniioc
. ti.. nti. ' Tiino om ailVs in this sale f or every 't)urk
WBJViUl . JL LXJ V, uV'.".
W-i EVERY SILK iANT. MAY BE SUPPLES
t Four big lots have been arranged for this week s s
thR first week's sale, and which will' induce still g.
Each lot is extremely liberal in number of weaves it
opening of the store, be here m time to secure the a
has been provided thatyou may oe server quicKiy,
Ldt,One--Vs(lues np to $1.00 at, the yard, 29c
T,dt Twb-Values tip to $1.00 at, the yard, 39c
Two Shirtsjforthe Price ofOne
Thoyr MaSe ito Satisfy Particular Jin
In each lineluid at each price you will f irid all of Mus newest 'stylea. and colorings!
of : the sprhigand-sinnmer season-coat styles vwith French or sof t . cuff s , an
with 86ft '3ollaM to taatcKi or without. 'B uy fore future as well as present needs.
M WMkjjto $2Oivdi
'Lot 'TwoUpifyj lyiS&ifaes vdf l:8e9c i
yTheDorothy.Dodd-hoe.i8..a"bargain,iat the -orig-,
mai price; triat-l3"a'raerth&t cannot! be contro-v
verted by any s&ofr man anywhere. . And a! DorothytDodd lowj
i , ; ,,.,,,,yvu;.,,
Men's Uniler wear r
Men's shirts and drawers, worth up to .
50c Der carment .' .1 t.xVlcfS
Chbtiy Bros Foulardi
line 'Of color eeanDjnauous auu,paw.tuu umi win uc lufiicoii.
bite, stanle.shades andicolors peculiar
ilVUl .uiviuuui " ' 7 jr - , .
Men's 'shirts and drawers; worth up to'
Men's union suits, Bennett's priced at
$2.00, to Iclose t.i . . . . . . , UiU5 3
Union suits that are considered extra
good values at $10, while theyf last,
per suit. v . . .89c
Men's union suits worth"ir.00,. at . ... . . . 6c
Good quality 75c anion-suits are sow marked : C
down to ........................... .45c
shoe "cut from!,$3,5a.to $1.9S is o much
greater valne than a 'bargain'thatrwe!
have nofnametfor.it. These shoes are
made in patent arid hIT leathers and sell
:- at thia big cut f orMondaj nnly. ;
Carfoot i IMisses
J CnHals "
m&evin tan and
'Knssia leather, and
are the delight " of
where. HT his cut
T price is forl Mondgy
only; $1.25 values
at, the pair ;
- . .
lightSaiiil Sturdy Wash Goods
Reductions in the wash goods department are of such startling
hugeness thafc.tfoiie 1n:iU;tO;immeaiately;recogiiize : the im
mense bargains that ai to-be offered herewith the opening of
the third week of tms tremenaous clearance avaiamuw, mu
has swept all-other attempts at clean-ups into the history of
mere crudity. Read these ffew bargains:
9.7.ln colored Ottomans: wwtli I 27-in. silk striped voile; 50o
50c, the yard. I. 35c ; quality, the yard. . v. . . .35c
07ii RrWrtrf .vtv' 29e anal. 27-in. siUt swined voue sac
ity.Uielyard-. , . . : .... .19c
'Swiss; "89c .quality,
the . Jard . . . . . loc
quality, the yard. ..... .25c
Cotton foulard; worth 25c
: the yard ........ . .'. . . .15c
Figured cotton voiles; 25c
quality, the yard..... . .He
. Extrat J
ya will fin
cf al 'bargain
doaens of 'otk
In creams, ' staj
1.B0 and !
More t than 500
misses' sand dul-i
dreh' pranps in gun-j
metal and patent
leather t are deeplv
' "tlMOT, i" i i Uiill-piai'lMii y
... ...rfWlvL ' -
V Long wearing models .in -Hi fiC;
:WMrt' W and.' patent colt v leather txi
Vtr;aa WBIca own seling at 3 $3.60; and
4BiBett's Capitol coffee, lb
9c imrii !!, lb. .
IE. 1 C lu I L .
ww W .Allliillr JU. ...........
10c ran Fe r iMr..ki.
IS He cm B. C Country O.nUonaa cern So
10 bare Beat -Em-All seap ........
e quaUty, bulk cocoa, lb. aoo
Mb. pkr Bemieu s Gapital oat or wheal Si
Full cream cheese, lb. ........ ts
I bare Cry etafv White soap f" as
I doeen pkta waehfng crystal ...,i!iae
H'lb. .can' Van Heuton'a coowa . . . ..V38o
S5e tall anvBataia aeparairua tips
Special quality Jap rice. lb. ......;.6e
-lb. can Sntder's pork and bean ....lie
I6c bottle fintder'a '-chile sauce . . , . soo
80c can Oalltard's pare olive oil . ....;3So
1 le cana Battett's potaah for :I5e
t-lb..aclt Queen of Fantry pastry flour
He pint bottle Slue Label catsup io
Startling Dinneirw're Reductions
v Every home finds a frequent need for one or two-new pieces
of dinnerware. fhis sale permits you to buy just aa many pieces
as you desire-one or an entire set; and all is the" finest quality
in the most beautiful of patterns. These nrices are cut in manv,
cases one-third,rbut inmost cases are halved. All open stock. 5
All of the fallowing sets are composed of 10a pieces
S JKOO Havilaud dinner set . . . . . . . . . . $107.00
2i n0"'' Unnep et' V:'S 60.00
J,y"tCdi"ner . 67.00
9115.00 Pouyat dinner set. . 77.00
J-60.00 Haviland dinner set .-.$ 40.00
a 50.00 Haviland dinner set . . . . . . . k "$ .' 37,35
88.00 Kdward Boot. -dinner set. . . 195
S7.B9 Lowestwpf 1'heasant dinner seti$ .'25.00
f 40)0 llooth Silicon dinner set .... . $ I 20.00
83.95. ItoJal Menthone dinner set. . . 15.971
$ 18.50 Blue Canton dinner sets. . . . 9,25
$ 1.00 St. Regers dinner sets.. . . . , 10.50 i
35.00 liouvre white and gold dinner , ;
et8 . . , . . ... i . . .,$.:23.'93 ;
IHand-Paxnted China TwoThirds-Off 1
Tht hand painted fcbina department : includes the famous J. H. Stout-
fer'a genuine painted china, consisting of salad and chop' dishes, vases,
plates, cups, saucers, tteina, etc.-all are now twothirds off. ; : , - :
' There also la a $3,000 stock bt hand painted vthtna bargains which
will be sold at a' third of the actual value. $60.00 pieces t 20.00.
$0.00 pleeea at f2.C0 and $1.50 nieces at 50c. . , . , . , .
'More than 150 Japanese China vases, In -majny ahapesiand alsesr val-:
ued from $1.60 to $13.00, at hal price. , . ; " . ' s , :
More than 5 0 0
pieces of beautiful
fancy china; vases,
lalad dishes, ; um
brella .'Jars, -tobacco
lars, rstelns, cake
:plates, -etc$2 5 to
$5 -values, at,
The Prices Should firing Every Book lover Within an Hundred
Wholesale Cost Isn't an Vnusua
and Christy :
: Harrison Fisher's a n d
Christy's "Book of Sweet
hearts," beautifully illus
trated In colors. : $3.0ft
tout price.. . . . . ;
- Great Taloes -in electric- and gas
lamps, are :prcentedT in this great
sale." They were $3 and- $25, and
now are Just half price.
' MoTe than TS pieces f brass goods ;
-candle, sticks, fern dishes, jardl-5
niere vases,: etc-were; 1 1' to $3.50 ;
now priced at 50c andf $1. - '
I,'.: . , .
' The" 'frratest . .'Mttprican
cook : b oak closing
out at . ' 'TZFir
ach . . ... .' .".i. . VJf-tiJ
a i -
WtTORtAi. ;'. ' :
MSscellanefDtis Books. 10c
Newer bigger or better book ftftr-f-atns
j than ' those, published at 66c,
they Use 1h 4be Omaha Jobbing
hoaaea,- at lttc-wboleaale. Our pries,
loo. We mention but a few 4iUa :
"ljora- Doohe,r - "Lucy ' Arlyn,",
"Man In the Iron' Mask," "Mill on the
Floss," "The .J&in later s , Wooing,"
"Mosses from an .Old Manae,". "Mots
Sfci,' '1V- Barnes of Nesr tork."
Nicholas ; Mcklefey, '"Old Curiosity
Bhop," OJiver ; Twist." : vpbfllls,
''Plcltwlck . Papers," . "Pretty , Polly
tttinerton "prince Charlie's
De,BBhtr," tAaam : Bde 2 "Barnaby
Rudge." "lacit "Besaoty ' "Broken
Wedding King," 'Gamllle," "Charles
O'Malley," Countess of Mont Crls
to,". "David CoppernBld," ""Dombey
and Sob." ') .Deane," '"Dora
Thorne," ; 'Tlhas -Brtaiarmer Boy, "
"Dake'S Secret' ''DynamltTa.,, '-'East
Lyane," "Egyptfttn TPrlneess," '"Eve
lyn's Felly," "Parmer-Holt's Daught
ers "Father ' rht Hopes," 'fellx
H"olt" "Firm 61 Olrdlestono." "First
Violin," "Honda. nchantmit." "Guy
Manning," -The, Heart -of Tilaiothlan, ,fc
'-'HJeiress of CaaUe -CUf t." vte. ;
Boys Books 1 .'
."TThe famous "Alger" and . "Heaty"
books,, closing out price, Ito.
Fhe. famwus 0c bays books oy
jBtephens, Trowbridge. - Castteman,
ComiK OMs. land :tker 'nthors,-los-tag
out price. Ua , . ;
. "Tb Aeroelane,1" "Tha ' Motor
Boys," "Tlia Rover Boys," too well
known to we4-ary further -flescrlp-tion,
76c ook oiostog out rlce, 3So,
A splendid ewrJea of boya books,
all on one table, Funning -as high as
l.fi per volume; closing oat at Ke.
Atlas, t closing
tka'Onat Has- X-i
e in A.tt
luatrated - '
t t-a-a . ctoslag
eut -price - -i
, Children's Books
, Everybody is acquainted with the
Bennett's juvenile book section. Theije
have been divided Into several great
lots to be sold at the following prices:
Lot 1 iA .great selection of the
trlnclpal ;tltlea--"The Three Bears,"
'The -Three Little Kittens," "Jack
the Ciant Killer," "Peter ' Rabbit,"
"Bed Riding Hood.. "Black Sanvbo,"
"Oulnn's Fairy Tales," "Andersen's
Fairy Tales." Bennett'a price up to
i6c, sale price 5c, '
Lot 2-. Hundreds of familiar as well
as beautiful picture and story nooks;
large ptcture books; and linen books,
ail in this great tot, at one price.
Bennett's prices to SOc; closing
out price lOo. ' , ' .
Fainting Sooks Bennett's - BOo
painting book, closing out "price, 89.
Bennett's 75c painting books, clos
ing out price, 49o. . .
One great lot of our best and most
adaptable books for children, In one
assortment, at 1-3 off. . ..
"Auht ' Jane's Nieces," 'Abroad,'
"At Home in Society." etc., 78c vol
umes, closing out price, 39a.
"The Five Little Peppers," Series,
About 40 . vols,
of Mark Twain's
priced oy Ben- V
nett's t $125.1
Closing oat price, I
' aries - -
Dictionaries 1 2
printed on goosM
former price fl.
TK. Rlnla" books S90. '
. 680 popular, girl s books, by Meade
Carey and other famous authors, 5 Op
voiarres. dosing oat price, 19e. -'
"Little Prudy" oooks. special, 15a.
Letter Wrlters--Booka on Etiquette,
"Religion, Grammars, on Sex Problems,.
Amusements, Dictionaries, etc, all
matted down. Every set has been
reduced to away below list Only a
few left - : - '
works, , clos
ing ont price,
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