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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1912)
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Uter the store closed Saturday night there was a general repricing in every stock. Lots that did not
Ml fast enough to suit us were marked down still further to effect a quick clearance. All small lots
(Ire replenished from the tables next higher in price, thus showing a much greater reduction than at
e opening of the sale The trims in our show windows will present a wonderful panorama of bar-
ams tomorrow ana every aay tnis weeK. nousanas or price ticnets point tne way to wonaerrui
wings in every department, and out-of-town people, in particular, will find this sale to their liking.
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J NeedTwill Save You Valuable Time and Ilany Dollars as Well
Flouncings in a
43-inch Swiss flouncings, la
floral and eyelet designs; never
sold tor less than $3.00 per yard;
45-inch Swiss flouncings, la
many effective and original pat
terns; regularly priced at 65c and
'75c a yard; now, 30c.
27-inch flouncings ot Swiss and
Nainsook; pretty patterns; 76c,
9Se and $1.25 values; a yard,
45-lnch embroidered voile
flouncings; all shades; worth
$1.50 a yard; now, T6c.
Entire line oil all sterling sliver, bon
boa spoons, forks and numerous
novelties that are the acme of beauty
and attractiveness; each a good.
jest quality; worth HCir
to $S, at
Cool Underwear for Hot Summer
Pmen's one-br-ons ribbud nmhrn& !
low ok. rlrrlM vaatat full
Rises 4 to inclusive: all Mr feet
goods; xclient 10s valuei at Be.
Xtr III! dMTallM TMtl! fin
jtm irimmings; Binea 4 to tnoluslve; high.
I quality and wonderful 15c values, Bhtc
mea'a umbrUa atria aaioa nlia: all
s from 4 to 9 inclusive: torchon, lace .
mmings; highest grade;
p or a lor WiAN.
.ildrsn's vslon catta with low necks and
I sleeves;' tight knee styles; amaiingly
ba quality and very long wearing . ma
ffals; 2c quality for ISHe.
omen's XlekeUea ribbel union colts;
:ht knees, with low aeck and no r.f;
as from 4 to inclusive; 75c aualUy, 450.
Woaem's ettr fine tace trtmaiea umbrella
onion suits i larce and roomv suits of
tne oesi materials; cool ana long weariagi
75c values at 49e.
Beys rorosknlt nion salts) high neck;
short sleeves; knee lengths showing slight
ta'pertccts, but wearing qualities In nowise,
damaged; 60c values at 89c
Boys' Vorosknlt shirts and drawers) short
Gleeves, knee lengths; slightly damaged, but
just as good as any for long, cool wear;
85c quality t IS Ho. .
Boys' Balbrlggon shirts and drawers) short
-sleeves and knee lengths; very excellent
farments; 26 to 81 inc.; 25c values, lavfco.
oys' . Balhrlg-gan union salts) very good
quality for the price; broken lines, but all
sizes; worth up to 60c; all at ISHe.
Women's Voroskalt anion cults: umbrella
style: lace trimmings; fOc qualities at 970.
Notions and Hair
Pearl Buttons, all sizes;
worth 5c dozen; two dozen, 5c.
Nainsook dress shields; 15c
a pair; now 6c.
Nickel plated safety pins;
all sizes; worth 5c, at 2c.
Common pins; worth .3 cents a
paper; at lc.
22-inch natural wavy switches;
worth $2.00; now $1.49.
1 8-inch straight switches, worth
98c; now 59c.
) An Array of Handsome
Garments that Baffle the Pen
Marked for this Great Closing-Out Sale at
HALF PRICE and LESS
in Silk, Dreams in the
ck at Radically Reduced Prices
use of the adaptability of silks to every season of
-for dresses, for waists, for coats, for underskirts,
& GREAT DEAL LESS THAN HALF PRICE.
presenting still greater values than characterized
crowds m the old Bennett Company's silk store.
election of colors and patterns.. Be here with .the
action that goes with first choosing. Extra help
flowing prices are just an inkling of the bargains.
Here is a notable gathering of women's garments, ready to delight every woman who
attends this great bargain carnival.
For value is a merit that clings closely to each and every suit, coat, dress and skirt
that came into the old Bennett Company's store. And there's style and character ex
pressed in a multitude of charming ways that are different and exclusive. Whether it be
a simple little gingham dress, or an elaborate creation for evening wear you are wanting,
you will find ithere at a price that will never be forgotten. And you will always remem
ber with satisfaction the quality and style that went with the price.
In this Closing-Out of the Bennett stock there has been only one object in viewr
thatis, to get. rid of the ENTIRE STOCK at the earliest possible moment. Half price
is the general reduction and no matter which garment you choose, it will bear a bargain
price. Here arwme examples: ' " '
Tailored Suits, worth $15.00 to $49.50, at. ........ V. $7.50 to $22.50
Lot Three-Values up to $1.25 at, the yard, 49c
Lot Four-Values up to $2. 00 at, the yard, 69c
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a the world over for their sterling -'qualities, shower-proof
3 ' lCA1,UAU aiiu ucoiguj a lain auu uuixipitjie
iarr. fi tnis summer ana tall seasons: over 200 oatterns to choose
.0 season; the same grade that ells at $l; closing out sale at
'jtX ni the drees
lo! wo checked
'6tt paltings and
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Wool Fabrics Greatly Reduced
"A dress goods sale without a parallel," might sound a little too ,
uiutu a wing tuai wiutu uui uu pxuveu, uui twe .are vvinitig - to
declare that this store never before had such a sale (for a combi
nation of low prices and high values) as we begin in this depart
ment tomorrow. IT IS THE BIGGEST SALE OF ITS KIND
EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE CITY OF OMAHA.
Pacific all wool batiste; 59c
quality, the yard. ..... .39c
Amoskeag plain serge; 59c
quality, the yard. . . . . . .39c
54-in. gray Vigoreaux suit
ing; $1 quality , . 69c
36-in. cream serge; 59c qual
ity, the yard ......... .39c
54-in. black cravenette serge; $1.50
quality, the yard .$1.18
54-in. black broadcloth; $1.50
quality, the yard. ; . .98c
36-inch Shepherd check; 50c
quality, the yard.... 29c
85c quality, . .69c
Handsome Silk Dresses, worth $18.00 to $22.50. at . $9.75
S White Dresses, worth $12.50 to $35.00, at . $6.25 to 17.50
Lingerie Dresses, worth $7.95 to $29.50, at $ 3.95 to $14. 75
Wiite Wool Coats, worth $18.00 to $35.00, at i 49.50 to $lfl50
Stunning Silk Coats, worth $19.50 to $45.00, at..
Fine Wool Dresses, worth $19.50 t6-$3S.00,at.v...v.i.!.iu;.$7.80 to $17.50
Wool Dress Skirts, worth $9.75 to "$15.00, of .................... . $3.95 to $7.95
Extra Specials in Women's Garments j
Pongee and rep coat ef the very
latest and newest models; some have
shawl collars aad revers and others
button high at the neck In auto
styles; every one new; 8.BB values
$25.00 and $29.50- silk dresses
with lace and self trimmings, $12.50
$19.60 and $22.50 silk dresses at
$7.60 and $9.75.
15.00 silk tafetta and foulard
$10.00 and $16.00 woo! dresses In
medium and dark colors, $6.00.
$12.50 dresses of fine lingerie
materials and allover eyelet embroid
$7.50 dresses with waists of all
over embroidery and gingham skirts,
$3.95 and $5.95 striped lawn, and
tissue dresses, with embroidered
collars and cuffs; $1.25 and $2.50.
One lot of skirts, gowns, drawers
and combination suits, worth
$1.75 the garment, QQp
to cIobo IjZK
One lot of Skirts, gowns and com
bination suits, worth $1.75 and
$2.00 the garment,
$19.50 to $35.00 wool dresses In
white and colors; a great variety of
styles for your choosing; $7.60 to
One lot of women's and misses
tailored suits in black and dark
colored plain materials; also some
mixtures In the assortment; $12.50
and $15.00 values, to close, $4.95.
Linen coats, worth $13.50, $6.95.
Linen Norfolk suits, worth $12.50,
Red wool Norfolk Jackets, worth
$12.50, at $6.95.
Three-quarter length red wool
coats, worth $19.60, at $9.76.
Novelty wool coats, with wide
revers, worth $19.50, sale price,
$7.95 wool skirts in fancy pat
terns and black, $3.95.
$15.00 voile skirts, black only,
White wool coats, worth from $15
to $35, at $7.60 to $17.60.
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$9,75 to $22.50
600 . dozen lingerie
waists in high and low
neck styles, with beau
tiful lace and embroid
ery trimming; the same
the Dennett Company
sold at $2.00; while
they last, choice, ,
Store in the Middle West
Ws of Omaha to this Store Monday. Less Than the
Some Specimens: ,
Books. Published at SI. 50. at 25c
l iff eat roets
.'th bound, form-
y priced, by
xnett's at $1.60,
3ing out price
No greater book value was ewr effered, than thse 11.48 copyright Took,
of the best fiction of recent years. You have all Been the gneat stacks of
these titles and how hundreds and thousands of then' wer sold, it's a ques
tion t closing; -out tills stock, and every volume must go. The prices are so
low that we feel safe in predicting that despite the fact that there are o.OOu
volams te sell they will all be sold before the day Is well on its way.
. ?evei ia the history of book bargains haa this price been known, and
Just the kind of reading for the summer time.
We mention but a few of the hundreds of titles.
"A Woman for Mayor." Wlnslow.
ce - '
Ruling P a s -n,"
, "House bt
Ing out prlce-
"Visiting th Sin," Emms, Rayner.
"Gorgeon Isle," Gertrude Atiierton.
"The Mascot of Sweet Briar Gulch." U.
"A "Gentleman of Quality," Frederic Van
Rensselaer Day. ,
"Tha Honse With the Green Shutter,"
Douglas. - : .
"Infatuation," Lloyd Osborne.
"Diana of Dobson," Hamilton.
"Defrauding the Government," Theobald.
-Mr. and Mrs. Vllliers," Hubert Wales.
"Th$ Lg1onaries." Ciark.
"My Lady Cinderella," C N. Wllliamaoa,
"A Splendid Hazard,'1 Macgrath.
"A Iceconstructe Marriage," Barr. '
"Vera the Medium." Harding Davis.
"The Story of Martin Coe." Paine.
"Much Ado About Peter," Webefcer.
"The Window at the White Cat," Rine
"Miss Fallowftelrt's Fortune." Fowler.
"Rich Men's Children," Bonner.
"The Oirl Ont There," HarrUnan.
"Jewel Weed," Winter.
"Uncie Willta;" Lee.
"Romance Island," Oala. .
"The Captain of the Janizaries," lAtdlow.
"The Lady Withotrt iewels," Goodrich.
"Abaft Uhb Fawnel," KtpMng.
"The Native Born," Willie.
"Myrtle Baldwin," Wlnslow. :
"Th Helmet f Kavarris," Bankle.
"The Halo," Ta Hutten.
A Cbeque, for Three Thousand." Ve sey.
"Tne Girl With the Blue Sailor," Siev
eson. "Sons and Fathers," Edwards.
"Love is the Sum of It All," Kggleston.
"BJ11 TruetalU" Brennan.
"Tlje Award of Justice." Barbour.
"The Uazjling Miss Davison," Warden
Pnantom Wires," Stringer,
"Blaze Derringer," Tylo Jr.
"A Broken Sword," King. ,
Th Diamond Master," Tutrelle.
"The Fail of the Curtain," Bebie.
"A Oirl of the Limberlost," Porter.
'Eaisabeth Visits America," Glyn.
. Bibles. Bibles
New testaments, bound In leather, Ben
nett' price CSc; closing out price XSw.
I lot. Bibles. Bennett's price $1.50;
closing out price SSc
lot teacher's Bibles. All the helps;
full leather - toound. Bennett's price
i.O0; ciosina- out price Oc
The nine in red letters. Bennett's
price J2.S0; closing out price fIJIS.
1 lot Bibles, up to $3.80; closing out
Family Bibles, from $2.00 up to $10;
closing out at one-half price.
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At Lessened Prices
The furniture of economy is the kin4 that lasts not a few
years and gives service to one family; it is the kind that can bo
handed down from one period to another in condition for good
usage. These bargains are the most durable and beautiful
models that can be. found anywhere at the price placed on
them for this great sale.
Solid Goldea oak dresser; three drawers;
French glass mirror. Mats. CC f-Q
enduring make; $8.7 value .tSJ'yj J
Solid goldaa oak flrssssrj three spacious
drawers; beveled plate mlr- $7 QK
ror. 18x24; $10 value at
Solid goldea oak dresser; four large
drawers; jjrencn piaie mir- ku ul
ror. 18x24; 112.00 value at. ..
dresser; two com
two small draw
n.odel; plata mir
ror, I7x2; $23.50
geUaa oak ares
er two large and
design ; Six spac
tnum drawrs: bev-
I ' ele4 57 SO
91A9 solid walnut oUXfonUrt six spa
cious drawers; strongly made; French
BolM SBahoraar eUffeatari six drawers;
beveled plate mirror, 15x21; L"Q 7C
trongly built: $40 value
I 1 .AiAfsl era:
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Three-piece bedroom sulte-drcsser, chif
fonier and dressing table-In solid
quarter-sawed oak; $118.000 00
Three-tilaea solid mahogany bedroom
uite--dresser chiffonier and dressing
table-Spencer Barnes S153.UIJ
make; $240 value at
Solid golden oak
ohlffoatexj . five
large drawers: ex
thorouahlv c o n-
et rue ted; $6.76
value Ct OB
olid roldan oak
plata mirror, 12x
20; nana some
model; $ . i 5
value T V f C
a a y . chlfenler;
drawers: French mirror, $12.35
12xl; $1 value at
SnlM nn. ....... COlfieil 0k Cblf-
fonler; six large drawer; t'rench beveled
piaie mirror, izxis; nanu- 7SI l.ifn
some design; $16.75 value at.."
Birt's-rye maple chiffonier; six spacious
drawers: beautiful n-odel: oval beveled
plate mirror; $22.60 value $().95
Lace eartaiaa of fresh designs lnTT
edd lots; worth up to $2.50; each''''
Particularly attractive lot of curtains;
new designs; valued as high Afr
as $2 60 a pair: each at
Another heantirtl assortment atl de
sirable deslirns; rontierly priced faQg
up to $4 a pair; each at .vw
Extension rods of durable charcter and
extraordinary quality; Lf.
Kn v.lna ml " IW
I Extension reds; strong and lasting; Cr
li very good quality; 10c valut at.,,,''
ili-rraoa Unolewns; 6-ft. wide; 4 to
12 yards to the piece; valued 1; ' -at
5c and 75c; per sq. , . . .
larga stock of very good Unoleitns,
Best ialotd Uaoleum, 6-ft. 930
wide, sq. at.,.
feet wide; long wearing
60c value: per sq. yard at . . . . .
Most excelleat stook of 6-ft.
oleums; high grade; 5c
value; per q. yard at
Beaatlfal Inlaid Uaoleumi
attractive pattern.; $1.-6
value: per so. yarn ai
Rare Corset Specials
Don't forget that all of the corsets in the old Bennett store
ere of standard makes. This lot for Monday Ysellmg are con-
Rtniftpri nt mprppnzAd hat.ist.ps and firifi im- -rrm
i-J l 1 J Wl 1 W&fc'm!i&'
poriuu uiuieiiaiB, uuucu wttu xruaiyu or
whale bone and equipped with hose sup
porters of a supenor webbing.
Medium bust styles with medium long
or extra long skirts. All are daintily
$6.00 to $10.00 Values at
$3.00 to $6.00
These corsets Bennett's regularly priced $1.
Made of the finest coutils or batiste, with
medium busta, Ions skirts, non-rastable bon-
ing and strong hose supporters.
Extra special value at. ....... .
Bennetts $1.75 Corsets; with medium busts;
draw string through the bust line and long
hip confiners;made pf strong coutils with four ,
to six good hose supporters attached. Down-to-the-minute
models and the very finest of
materials throughout, ; "f (f
FORE CHOPS ......... lZc
VEAL CHOPS ........ 12VjC
3 lbs. VEAL STEW 25c
STEER POT ROAST VaClOc
4 lb. can C0TT0LENE ,t,60c
5 lb. can LARD 70c
, Butter Specials
Bennett's Capitol creamery butter,
lb. brick, full weight........ SSc
Best country butter, lb. ...... .25c
Good cooking butter, lb Sic
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