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The Omaha Sunday Bee.
EDITORIAL SHEET. 9 PAGES 13 TO 24. ESTABLISHED JU2sTE 15, 3871. OMAIIA, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1900. SI!NGTj E COPY FtVE CENTS. The Entire $300,000.00 Purchase OF THE PEOPLE'S STORE STOCKS, On SALE MONDAY at HAYDEN BROS The excitement and rush of the past two weeks prevented proper arrangement of these colossal stocks but constant hard work by scores of ex tra clerks has finally put them in selling shape, and, beginning Monday, the Whole Immense Spot Cash Purchase Will Be Sacrificed Without Reserve. This sale of The People's store's gigantic stocks presents an Array of Genuine Bargains that Challenge and Defy Competition by any store in America, and appeals convincingly to shrewd and economical buyers. In business less than seven months, the selling out of these magnificent lines of fine, new, stylish goods by The People's store, created the biggest sensation in the history of western merchandising. We make the prices that will sell the goods. No matter how great your expectations the values will surpass them. You can come hun dreds of miles and save money at this sale. Extra salespeople in every department. Come as early as possible and avoid the big jam. Remember Omaha's Most Sensational Sale Begins Monday at The Big Store. Linen and Domestic Dept. Selling tho People's stock at Hayden's prices. Ulg bargains tbls week, and you can't afford to pass them. Tho Dig Storo Is the place. Wo havo tho Htock, wo have tho room, wo hare tho peoplo and wo make the prices. Look! Listen to tbeso prices Monday: 12 lnch l'opperoll and Fruit of Loom bleached pillow casing, Oc yard; 46-Inch bleached pil low casing, 10c; 5-4 brown Atlantic, lOo yard; 8-4 brown Poppcroll, 15e yard; 9-4 brown Pcpperell, 17c; 8-4 bloached Pcppcroll, 17c; 9-4 bloached Poppercll, 19c yard; Hayden's rcady-mado sheets, 72x90, COc; 81x93H sheets, 65c; 9-4 Pequot shceUi, bleached, 75c each; yard wldo flno cambric, Cc; 1 case Lonsdale blcachod muslin, 5c. On sale Monday, quantity limited: Long cloth, fine quality, 12 yards for $1.00. Slightly soiled bed spreads from tho People's stock, wore 75c and 79c, Hayden's price 39c each on Monday. See Hayden's whlto bedspreads, on salo at 75c Monday. 10x12 linen toweling from the People's stock nt Hayden's 5c yard. 35c turkey ml damask, now 25c yard. 33c cream damask, 19c yard. $1.10 2-yard wide bleached damask, 75c yard. Drapery Swiss on sale In linen department, Se, 10c, 12c and 15c. All prlcea India llnon, flno whlto goods. In plaid and fancy weaves. Tho largest stock In Omaha at Haydon's. Popular prices. Bpoclal-prices aro mado every day on odd lots too small to advertise In order to close out, and It will pay you to keep your oyo on thle department, tho largest and most pop ular llnon department In tho west for real bargains In table linens and pattern cloths. The Leading Dress Goods House or the West Dress Goods Wholesale and Retail. 10,000. pieces of the People's Store dress goods now on hand must bo closed out at once, and until closed will make prices that the customers must see or they would never believe. monday big SHOE SALE M0N9AY THE GREATEST SHOE SALE EVER HELD IN AMERICA Selling 40,000 pairs of fine, new, stylish shoes at less than the cost of making is commanding the attention of all Omaha and everybody for miles around. Thousands of customers are amazed and delighted at tho wonderful bar gains in flno shoos stacked high on bid bargain tables in our two shoo departments. JUST THINK-4 BIG STOCKS IN 0N--ALL ON SALE All containing standard makes of fine shoes composed of the "People's Store" fine shoe stock the French, Shriner & timer fine shoe stock the Naylor, Orooker & Young fine shoe stock the Undarwriter & Salvage Co. 's lino shoe stock all on sale at only a fraction of their worth. for men's flno $4.00 and $5.00 Welt Solo Shoes, In vlct kid, patent leather and box calf all tdzes. for men's flno $3.00 and $3.50 Shorn doilble soles box calf, wax calf and vlcl kid sizes 6 to 11, for boys' flno $1.75 and $2.00 Shoes In calf and tan goat sizes 11 to 2. SELLING THE "STETSON" SHOK FOR MBN. S1.97 $1.46 SI.28 SI.89 SI.46 SI. 13 for ladles' flno $3.50 and $4.00 shoes, In flno tan and black vlcl kid, with turn and welt soles all tdzes and widths A to IS. for ladlea' fine $2.50 and $3.00 Imperial Kid Shoes with single flexlblo and turn koIcs all sizes. for misses' and children's flno $1.50 and $2.00 Kid Shoes lace with rlnglo and double soles all sizes. SELLING THE " ULTRA" SHOE FOR WOMEN. Montford Kid Gloves at 79c 15c s, some are otton, soiiio all. Thn 25c novelties In runellas atrl 49c esputis 52-ln. rlcttns 46-ln. , colors. The 75c 600 pieces of now spring plaids, nlco zlbe llno finish, tho most beautiful colorings and other weaves, that Tho People o sold up to 30c, wo will closo them on Monday at About 1,000 pieces of dress goods, gome are all wool, Bomo silk, wool and cotton, some idalds. clieckB. plain weaves, otc. Tho cheapest goods In tho lot were letallod by Tho People's at 49c, wo will close this lot at. .m pieces of flno French novelties In ntrlr.es. illl llmiros. dot-i. i.runellas ml 10,000 otier weaves, worth up to 9Sc. on this Halo all will BO at Cheviots 56-ln. wide, homespuiis 52-ln. wide, German sllk-flnlshed Henriettas 46-ln. , French semes 50-ln.. and all colors. The People's fold theeo goods at il.25 and $1.50; wo will close lot at Double, warp homespuns, 56-ln., all shados of gray: extra flno Imported cheviots, 56-ln. nud C8-ln. wldo, shrunk and sponged; 48-ln. granlto cloth and ubout 2,000 othor weaves, that Tho Peo ple's sold at from $1.60 to $2.25 fV Q vard; we will close out the lot Monday ai r.no stvles of all wool fine French challls, In all tho lat est designs, at, per yam.... 500 styles Jr. silk stripes, plcot edge, rib ton designs and half silk, at 75c, 85c and 98c. 75c to 98c son nil wool dress patterns 64-ln. wide, .iripiiv nil wool, in all tho loading shades; at $1.98 for on tiro pattern Black Dress Goods 500 pieces of black dress goods In Ar murcs, Jacquards, cashmeres and other weaves, tho goods Tho People's store sold up to 69c; our prlco on Monday, only 25 cents 600 pieces of flno figured mohairs, the 98c quality, and all wool English JacquardR. English plerolas, English crepons, The Peo ple's storo retailed theE goods at 75c and 98c '. 39 cents 60 pieces of flno mohairs, sllk-flgured; 73 pieces of strictly nil wool Jacquards, 35 pieces of 46-ln. flno French serge and other weaves; In order to cloao them fast we will sell them on this salo at 49c 1.98 49 cents Wo have tho largest lino of crepons, pie rolas, souffles, grenadines, grenadine crepons, crepo de chluee and all other weaves that are carried In a flue black stock, from 08c to $10.00 yard 98c to $10.00 Yard. Lansdowne In 72 new spring shades, In cluding two-toned Unlugs and all the new pastel shades for spring. 300 now styles of golf cloth, all reverslbh plaids, from 60c to $7.50 per yard. Attend our special golf salo Monday. 300 doz. Ladles' nnd Misses' Kid Gloves from the People's stock that they sold for 51, fl.'jn and $1.50 on salo tit 70c. LA QRECQUKJ CORSET AT 98C. 100 dozen flno corsets from tho Peoplo's Storo that they sold for $1.50 and $2.00, a full lino of slzos, on salo at 98c. Ladtos 60c ho.o from the People's Store at 25c. LADIES' $1.00 FANCY HOSB AT 60C, All tho fancy hoso from the People's Storo that they sold for $1.00 and $1.60 on salo at 50c LADIES' 60C VESTS AT 12C, All tho vestB from the Poople's Store that sold up to 60c on salo at 1214c $1.50 COLORED LAUNDERED SHIRTS AT 76C. 200 dozen men's colored laundered shirts, all tho very latest patterns, sold every where for $1.60, on salo at 75c. 15C LINEN COLLARS AT 5C Armor brand collars In all tho new styles, all Blzes, In standing and turn-down, all 4-ply llnon, sold everywhere for 15c, on salo at Sc. 250 LINEN CUFFS AT IOC. $1.00 colored laundered shirts at 49c. 60c and 75c neckwear In all tho styloa at 25c. Men'B 20c half-hoso from the People's stock on vale at 10c. Men's 75c and $1.00 night shirts on sale at 45c. Men's 76c and $1.00 underwear at 39c. Cheap Books. Tho Entire Book Stock of Tho People's Store on salo at 25C ON THE DOLLAR. All now and up-to-date. Millinery of Ex quisite Charm. If you want to view hundreds of rich mllllnory creations set forth In handsome dUplay; If your hat deBlres are refined and you admire what is dalntj nnd exclusive, beautiful and becoming, yt.u will attend our special sales this week. STYLISH AND MOST BEAUTIFUL TRIMMED HATS made In tho very best possible manner, becoming hnd practical, of this season's choicest materials, to suit all purses, guaranteed tho beet values In the city or your mono refunned dress hats, pompadours, turbans, bonnrts, etc., on Bale nt $1.98, $2.50, $3.98, $4.08. $!.9S, $6.50, $8.00, ?10,00 nn4 $12.00. A great line of pattern hats on salo at $5.98 to $25.00. A full line of hat frames, dress shapes, novelties, flowers, fruits, tuihigo and trim mings for thoso whoso apt. Angers create their own hcadwear. Special after Easter prices will prevail. A l'RW IMUCKSl "The Sea Tales." by Cooper, Peo- (Xfin pie's price $2.60, sale price..' JU Washington Irving. 6 volumes, 1 1Q People's price $1.50 A,AM Hawthorn's Works, 5 vol., Peo- 7)0 pie's price $3, salo price i tfj Edna Lyall's Works. 5 vol., Peo- 7in pie's prlco $3, salo prlco i 0j Dumas' "D'Artagnan," 6 vol.. C(n Teople's price $3.50, salo price vFL Hall Calno'a Works, People's Twt price $3.00, salo prlco i JKj Jt, U. Stevenson's Works, Peo- Tln pie's price $3, sale price, 6 vol i OL Conan Doyle's Works, E vols,, 7r Peoplo's prlco $3, salo price ' JLi Macaulay's "History of England," 5 CAn vols., People's prlco $3.75, salo price. E. Marlltt's Works, 6 vols., Peo- plo's price $3.00, salo price OLi Rose N. Carey's Works, C vols,, Yftn Poople's price $3, salo prlco I UL A new lino of 12 mo. books, refiu-" C)ln lar price 25c, go in this salo at,... AjC ;i,000 nrn l!Be Novel, Be mcli, noo (Hit Top llook. only 10c. Cuiit. Kins;'. Work., lite. Closing Out Easter Bibles, Cards and Novelties. Hardware, Stoves and House Furnishing Department. SALE CONTINUED ANOTHER WEEK. Our Great Refrigerator Salo will bo con tinued for another week on account of the cold weather the past week. We havo 4 carloads to select from, samo stylo as cut, all hard wood, mineral wool lined, at prices lower than your dealer can buy them. Wo have tho following makes: The Gurncy, the Jewel, the Cold Wave, the LaBcllc, the Oriole. We havo them from $4.50 up. Send for catalogue and prlco. WE CAN SAVE YOU AT LEAST 26 PER CENT. CARLOAD OF THESE STOVES JUST RECEIVED. A stove like cut, without reservoir, with largo 18-lnch oven, a very nice, smooth east, nickel plated trimming, warranted fine baker. Regular $15.50. Sale price, $11.49. Same as cut, with reservoirs, with 20-Inch oven, size larger than the above. Regular, $23.00. Sale price, $17.25. $33.00 steel rango, with 6 holes, high shelf, low -warming closet, largo 18-lnch square oven, a very finely nlckol-platcd range. warranted In every way. Salo price, $20.50. TWO CARLOADS OF GASOLINE STOVES COMING IN THIS WEEK SOME THING NEW WATCH OUR AD. SEE WHAT 3 CTS, WILL BUY. Worth from 5 to 10 cents each: Cast or wlrp lamp stove. Steel mincing knife. Asbestos mats. Gilt stovepipe rings. Hlngo cover matchsafes. Iarge basting spoons. Swlnc bird cago hook. Wire meat fork. Quilting tramo clamps, lirass bird cage Bprlng. SEE WHAT 8 CTS. WILL I1UY. Worth from 10 to 20 cents each: Hard wood 3-arm towel rack. 2 department match caso. Steel carpet stretchers. Illxby'a Royal shoo polish. Genulno Dover egg beater. Patent coat and hat hduks. Solid steel tack hammer. Largo bow edgo bread knife. SEE WHAT 19 CTS. WILL DUY. Worth from 23 to 50 cents each: Family coffeo mill. 3 section dinner pall. Set 3 Christie knives. Solid steel kitchen meat saw. Gas stove. Corner sink strainer. 6 section splcu cabinet. Solid brass hose nozzle. Send In your mall orders. Simps for the People from The People's stock. Wash Dress Goods An Overcrowded Stock The People's Stoclc Must Go. i Our own mammoth stock and "Tho Peoplo's" make too many Wash Goods for our room. Letting down the prices to gain space. Tables full of great bargains Monday, Every yard of tho Peoplo's Dimities and Uatlstcs, 15o and 25o grades, Monday, 10c yard. Finest grado and best styles In Spring Dress Prints, 8c quality, Monday 4V4c yard. Short lengths (2 to 8 yards) of tho Peo plo's 12c Percales, Monday 3c yard. Flno quality double fold dark Dress Per cales, on Monday GMe yard. Wo show more high class novelties in tho Wash Goods stock than can bo found outsldo Now York's Swellest Btoree. 1,000 styles In Imported Irish Dimities at 26c yard. 200 stylus In Imported Foulard Subllmo, tho perfection of cotton fabrics, 50c yard. 1,000 styles In Imported Finest Ginghams nnd Madras, from 25 to 8!tc per yard. 6,000 styles In handsome Dimities, nil of tho newest deslgmj and colors, 15c yard. 5,000 stylos in dalutf Ginghams for dresses and shirt walBts, 15c, 12c and 10c yard. You can buy any of tuo best and most fashionablo goods In Cotton Dross Fabrics nt our big Wash Goods department. TO OUR MAIL ORDER CUSTOMERS-If you havo not found exactly what you want by sending to eastern stores, send us your request and you will find this depart ment has moro variety than Is to bo had anywhero outBldu of Now York. And all orders have the most careful aud prompt attention. Big Grocery Sale THE PEOPLE'S STOCK ON SALE AT LESS THAN HALF THEIR PRICES. New Turkish prunes, 3c per pound. New "Arabian prunes, 4c per pound. French raisin cured prunes, 5c per poutid. Large Italian prunes, GVjC pound. New California prunes, 7,c pound. Now evaporated opplre, 7,,sC pound. Now California peaches, 12Vfcc pound. Now California pears, 12V4c pound. Now California apricots, 12V4c pound. Now red raspberries, 15c pound. Fancy large bright lemons, 12c dozen. All kinds preserves, In Jars, 5c each. Anderson's, Curtlco Bros.', Eagle, etc., Jams, in ono-pound cans, only 8 l-3c. Two-pound cans whlto cherries, worth 20c, now 12'ic. Two-pound cans pineapples, worth 20c, now 12',jc. Three cans salmon for 25c. Cudahy's Diamond C mince meat, 6c pkg. Largo glasfl bottlos pickles, ollvee, onions, catsup, mustard, celery relish, etc., sold at tho Peoplo's for 20c, now 8 l-3c. Three-pound cans all kinds plums now 12V4c. Square can brook trout or mackerel In tomato sauce, regular price 25c, now 12V4c Throe-pound cans baked beans or baked sweet potatoes, worth 20c, now 12'c. 10c packago bird seed, now 3',fcc. Blackberries, raspbcrrlcw, blueberries, gooseberries, etc.. 3 cans for 25c. ' Ralston Breakfast Food, 20c packages, 8 l-3c. Wheat Manna, 20c packago, 9V4c. Quail oats, 10c package, 4 for 25c. Nudaveno oats, 10c package, Cc. Gra noeo Flakes, 20c package, 0',5c. Granola, tho Health Food, 7'c. Graln-O, 20c package. Largo Postum Cereal, 15o package. Small Postum Cereal, 10c package. Cream of Wheat, 20c package, 12c. Plllsbury'a Vltos, 20c package, 12c. Grapo NutH, Ilraln Food, 9c package. Everything goes at less than one-half tho People's Storo prices. THE BIG SILK DEPARTMENT EVERY PIECE OF SILK fmm The People's stock Has Got to Go.. Not half room enough for our immense stock of silks. Tho Pflnnifi' stock of BillvB is ill the WUV. All that wnrn in rpwrvn in stock rooms have been brought down for Monday's big salo. The way we have been selling silks for tho past few weeks, is away beyond all records. Hut Monday's big silk sale beats them all. Special Notion Sale 5o corduroy velveteen dress binding, 24c. 10c Twin dress stays, 3c. 100 hookn and eyes, 2'c. lOo corset steels, 3c, lOo silk seam bindings, 5c. 100 fancy elastic, 5c. Special pales on dress trimmings, laces and ribbons. Meats Meats No. 1 hams, llVic llreakfast bacon, Dlfcc and HVc, No. 1 California hams, 8c. Fresh pork sausage, 7V4c. DoneleK) ham butts, 11c. 3-lb. palls best lord, 27c. Pickled pigs feet, 5c. Taffeta Silks, Plain Satins, Heavy all Silk Black Taffeta, Plain Chinas, A I" a from People's Store M 0 Corded Wash Silks, y C 10U pioces' 49C Such Silks at such prices beat the world. Fancy Waist Silks, stripes, High Clas3 Waist and Dress plaids, all kinds of AAp Silks, the best from M f brocade, worth up to .fill , People's Stock, Hold Jill $1.25, for WVj up to $2, for ltfv Every piece you read about, better than described Finest Foulards, in all now Black Satin de Lyon, Black shades, many mado by f"fA -Taffeta, Black gros ft 41 Cheney Bros. People's fH( (?rain. Black Foulard, hMt price $1 and $1.25, at worth $1.25 and !$U.5olllv The Famous Wlnslow Taffeta and the Eastern Press. Tho preen of tho east has this to say: Harden Bros,, the wide-awake merchants, wero tho first In western America to recogn lro tho merits and importance of WINS LOW TAFFETA. Its popularity has grow n nnd it la now tho leading ellk In evory city In every state In tho union. It keeps competition gucmlngL Can you bucks? Moro particulars in next Sunday's add. Monday We Cut Prices on 50 Pieces Best Black Grenadines. $1.25 grndo for 75c: $2.00 grado for 9 8c; $3.50 grado for $1.98; worth up to $5.00 for $2.50. All aro best Imported doublo w idth silks. ' Mall Orders Promptly Filled on these Special Bargains. No samples of advertised silk sent out. Wrlto In. as hundreds of others do. Wo know wo will please you. Try and huo for yourself. Jewelry Specials. Sterling silver Initials, 15c. Sterling silver hearts, 15c. Ladles' shirtwaist sets, 9c. Collar buttons worth l6c, on 6alo Monday, each lc, All "The Teoplo's" scissors at 25c. "Tho Peoplo's" alarm clocks, 50c. I'earl buttons at 15c. Teaspoons on salo at 10c and 25c. Tablespoons on sale at 25c and 50c. Wall Paper and Paints J Over 3,000 new designs. You savo 60 per cent. Our stock Includes tho finest Ameri can product. Also a very largo assortmont of foreign papers, Dresden stripes and line largo Moral effects, Louis XVI stripes In new reds and greens, tho now go'jolln fruit tapes try and damask brocado ejects, in fact every new style from the cheapest to tho costliest wall decorations, fiend for free samples. Let us know about what RTado Is wanted. We are tolo agonts for tho famous N'oxnll road mixed paints. Guaranteed tho best. Varnishes, stains, enamors, brushes, etc., at cut prices. Bend us your mall orders. HAYDEN BROS. Monday's Prices in Our Cracker Dept. Nice freHh mado ginger snaps, IVje. A. IJ. O. soda crackers. 5c. Kennedy's buttor crockers, Gc. Cameo butter crackers, G'e. Shredded wheat biscuit, 10c Checso straws or sandwiches, 12',ie. Oatmeal nnd graham crackers, Slfcr. HremnerV lunch biscuit, ftc. llrnton butter crackers, 9c. rretzelettcH. 10c. Animal crackers, 10c. Kennedy's milk biscuit, SV4c Nice lino of mixed cookies, lOo. Sheet Music. 5,000 copies of tho very latest sheet music from the People's wtock at only 9c per copy! list price 60c. Also over 10,000 copies of tho National Music Co. 'a 10c sheet music at lo por copy. This music Is not cata logued, ull different arrangements such as ilolln and piano, mandolin and guitar, solos, vocal and Instrumental, piano duets, etc, lc extra must be Inclosed when sent by mall. This music will bo bold at this prlco Monday only. 50c Handkerchiefs tfnlv 10c, Monday tho great handkorchlof Kale be gins. .no enllro stock of flno handkerchlofs from tho Peoplo's Btoro at about 25c on tho dollar. i.uu iiuro linen hand embroidered hand kerchiefs, 22c. 50c lino embroidered handkerchiefs, I0r. 20o puro linen, hemtUltcned handkerchiefs, 5c. 10c lino 8wIhs hemstitched handkerchiefs, 2 Wc. Odd lot handkerchiefs, lc. Flannel Dept. Alt tho People's 10c and 12Wo light and dark outing flannel, per yrd, 6V4c Threu cases extra heavy full-size embroidered skirt patterns, each, 23c. iO pieces bed ticking, per yard, 5c. All the Henley double warp cheviots, warranted fast color, per yard. 10c, cheap ut 20e. Kxtra food cotton flannel, per yard, U4c, Teoplo's price, 7c. Kxtra bargains In wbito wool flannel, 20c, 25c and 30c, 1 caso drxpory cretonne, pur yard, 8',jc; regular l-",iw 1