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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1918)
THL BEE: OMAHA.
Annual May Sale of
. "nmffette, Lingerie,
A. Collection of C. Let. Than Co. to MaKe
MONTHS of Pl8 iSSfaS
M these wonderfrawe ot
of the offering.
v,i ft,ifles of Georgette,
There rVoileen, Satin,
Crepe Chine, vo ' bi tiona 0f
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All the favored shades -JW comMnation,
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Beginning Thursday at 8:30-
Our Great Semi-Annual Choice of
the House Sale of
Involving Our Entire Stock of Trimmed and
Untrimmed Hat Without Any
Exception Whatever at
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tpVERY woman knows the great import
" ance of these semi-annual offerings and
VerV little COmmpnt is nPfPSsnrv rf Vior Tion
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to say that we consider the variety of selec
tion and the values the greatest possible.
There are French hats, Pattern hats, and
Summer hats all the new favored straw '
hats of Lisere, Milan, Hair Braid and
They're trimmed with ribbons, wings, flowers, burnt ostrich, quills, etc., in all the most desirable
shades including black and white hats. We consider this the supreme millinery event of the en
tire season. Every hat has been remarked at the nri f nri,;t. Yf ;a f .,ii '
" o "'" v "miv, xmbo. ttc cunoiuci uu me supreme muni
tire season. Every hat has been remarked at the price at which it is to sell.
' (Second Floor)
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