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TITE OMAHA DAI1YT BEEi WKIMN KWI7V r, dujus , imm.
r
Great
Ladies'
$10 Suit
Sale
Today
Today
Ladles'
$10 Sale
of Sprinu
Milta
Railroad Wreck Sale of Men's Shoe Saturday.
Wednesday A Tremendous Sale of
Lace Scarfs, Shams.
Center Pieces & Doilies
I.OOO Drummer's Samples of llljrti Grade Goods at
LESS THAN ONE-FOURTH REGULAR PRICE
From a well known New York Importer we bought his drum
mer samples and small lots of Spacthel, Battetiburg and net ap
plique scarfs, shams, eto. Some of them are slightly soiled,
aoma of them a little mussed, others brand new, clean, crispy
goods of the nlghect class. We have divided thla entire pur
chase Into several Iota:
We will sell all the scarfs and shams In the drawn and
thread work that were Imported to sell at $2. 50
In one lot of, each
All the scarfs and shams, center pieces, tray cloths, etc
that were Imported to sell from $ 1 .00 to $1.50
a piece, go In one lot at, each
All the regular seventy-five cent scarfs,
shams, center pieces, etc., go at,
each
75c
50c
25c
All the 50c scarfs, shams,
dollies, etc. In this lot are
many of the new Swiss thread
dollies, go at,
each ,
15c
All the regular 25c and 35c
doilies In Soacthel and net
work go In two lots
at, each C
only OC
10c
Then goods will be told on our main floor bargain squares. On account
of their svperb quality and the ridiculous prices at which they are going to be
sold we recommend an early call
Great Sale of Ribbons
Most wonderful ribbon bargains we ever offered.
Entire wholesale millinery'' stocR at less than half price
Huge bargain squares piled high with the.
greatest' assortment of ribbons you ever beheld.
There are ribbons up to 12 inches wide, all silk
gauze ribbons, white and black 6-inch moire
ribbons, fancy stripe, satin ribbons, etc. Re
gardless of former value we are selling these
ribbons, at, a yard
All the narrow all silk, satin
and gros grain, always sells for
1 5c a yard, today O I
per yard 02C
Plain all taffeta and Loulsene
regularly sells for 15c per
yard, at, per yard j 1
only A. 2C
10 Inches wide ribbon, black and all colors, per yard, 10c
All silk ribbon, many In this great lot worth up to 50c, at, per yard, 15c
Special attention Is directed to THURSDAY'S fllLLlNERY SALB
$2 Trimmed Street Hats, 25c
HATH YOC BEKW ITt IS IT AUTKT
It Mares! It Seems to Breathe! It
Smokes Bennett's Tobaeeol
The "THINQ" may be aeen In the 16th
street window with a barrel ot tobacco
packages beside it.
We have begun a grand guessing contest
covering ten handsome prises everyone of
them la part of a Bmoker's outfit or something-
that every amokor likes to possess.
First prise la a beautiful Turkish pipe.
Second la a box of 50 cigars.
Third an Amber cigar holder.
And ao on to the tenth prise, which la a
pound of Horseshoe chewing tobacco. Tou
are asked to guess the number of packages
of tobacco In the barrel. It costs you noth
ing to sues; It does not even Involve a
purchase, and It la' free to you every time
you feel like making a guess. The barrel
contains a certain number ot packagea;
nobody knows how many except Miss
Louise R.- Bennett, and she won't tell. She
"wrote the figure, after counting the pack
ages, and handed the secret In a sealed
envelope Into the handa of Hon. O. M.
Hitchcock of the World-Herald. He can't
tell. It's up to you to guess and win a
prise. Contest closes on June 15. Come
and get contest cards at cigar counter.
THE BENNETT COMPANY.
Very Low Special Excaraloa Rates
To Boston, Mass., Saratoga, N. T and
Chautauqua Lake In June and July. Lib
eral limits and atop-over privileges.
On and after June 14 the new fast train
from Chicago to Buffalo and Intermediate
points, 5:15 p. m. dully.
For time cards, regular and special rates,
etc., send postal curd to H. L. Purdy,
Trar. Pass. Agent. Chicago, III., or D. M.
Bowman, General Western Passenger
Agent. Chicago, 111.
The Wabash Railroad
"In the Good Old Summer Time" offer
many special rates to Boston, Indianapolis,
Baltimore, St. Louis, Saratoga, Detroit,
Atlanta and other points.
Call at city office, 1601 Farnam, or address
HARRY E. AlOORES, O. A. P. D.,
Omaha, Neb.
( Lake Shore Tours
Is the title of a very convenient summer
tour book Issued by the Lake Shore
f lchhrn Southern railway, ahowlng routes
and rates to the eastern resorts. It will
be sent on application. M. 8. Giles. T. P.
A., Chicago. 111. C. F. Daly, Chief A. O.
P. JL. Chicago, 111.
Telephone Xnmber Change,
please observe the change made' by H.
K. Burkett, funeral director and embalmer.
41 N. 16th street, of his home telephone to
No. T.
School Warrants.
Railway pay checks and all other checks
cashed at our bank. Deposits made now
draw Interest for the entire month of June.
J. I BRANDEIS 4 SONS, BANKERS.
' For Sale Due bill on one of the best New
York City hotels at a good discount. Ad
dress E M, care Omnha Bee.
Bohemian Turners' Contest.
The Boliemlsn Turners will hold a con
test at their hall on South Thirteenth
street Sunday afternoon and evening for
the purpose of selecting a clans to repre
sent the l'HAl society at tiie stale con.
tests at V liber, held June 13 to 15. There
will o nrieen competitors in the lorul
contest, two classes mnt threu Individual
having entered the lints. The Kymnatlc
exercises will he if in In the afternoon and
be oonWutled st nlicht. Twenty-four mem-
hora of ths omen s Huhe inlun society
will ftiywmimnv th ,1 .!... 1. . , r, W I ! I... ..
from where delegates and competitors will
be sent to Cedar Kapids to attend the
district convention and contest In Augut.
There will be no national contents this tsar
but the national convention will be held In
felt, i-xjuis ins latter pari or August,
Employes Hrtara to Work.
SALT LAKE CITY, June I The em
ployes Of the Ulan Light mid I'osrer com
.an" wno nave oeen nut on sirme since
t Tuesday, went hack to work today.
Ths management conceded nothing, but
promised to consider the demands of the
employes for recognition of the union aiid
Ux rdJu,UBaul wX stages.
I;
mm
Recent
o.
205 South Fifteenth Street.
'J'HE Shoe of Servioe.
A HAN'S SHOE
UST meet wet and dry heat
and cold rough and smooth.
OniMOD
pOR ipeoial reasons Is the moat
servlcable shoe
Oil A. MAN
H QRE AT service wholesale prioe,
S250 and S350
Ve wero the first
in Omaha to Introduce and adver
tise the "French Dry Cleaning
Process" and are still the leaders
In that kind of work. It Is the
only system by which delicate fab
rics fun be properly cleaned with
out dnnger of fading or shrinking.
Try us.
THE PAtJTORIUr.1
407 So. 15th St Tel. 0C3
The Bennett Company.
Our Grocery department Is doing; more
business than ever, and the reason Is sim
ple enough.
Best goods, largest variety, lowest prices
and promptest service.
Wednesday special. Home-made Dough
nuts, 7o a dosen.
Table syrup, per can. Be
Spaghetti, best made, 1-lb. pkg.. To.
Balm on, 1-lb. can, 10c.
Gelatine, package, 10c
Cornstarch, 1-lb. package, 5a.
Matchea, dosen boxes, 6c
Chocolatlna, can, lOo.
Bluing, box, 24c
Baking soda, package, 4c
Prunes, pound, 6c
Rica, pound. 6c
Ginger snaps, pound. Co.
Coffee, fresh roasted, pound, 12c
Tea sittings, pound, 15c
ANOTHER BUTTERMILK PICNIC.
Free to all visitors to our Butter depart
ment, 6,000 pounds Bennett's Capitol cream
ery, per lb., 22c
This Is one of our most popular aalea.
Grand Kxcarslonl
Via "The Northwestern Line"
To Fremont. Saturday, June (1
Special train at Webster Bt. Station lam.
Auspices ot Allen Chapel, African M. E.
Church I
Refreshments on the train!
Barbecue Dinner at Fremont!
Grand Concert In the Evening!
Everybody Invited. Tickets, tl round trip.
SCULLER
MUELLER
1313 FARNAM 6T
THE
PIANO
MAKER
i
PIANO-MAKING combines the
highest In science art me
chanics. Handsome woods designs
--nnlsbin make the instrument
beautiful. To make it strong care
fully selected seasoned and
matched material Is needed. To
give it a lasting tone full of power
aqd charm demands a thorough
blending of science and mechanics.
The Schmoil-sr & Mueller piano is
an example of art science me
chanic so cuccessfully united that
an instrument ranking among the
best is the result. It is hand made
in our own factory and awaits
your Inspection among the many
other standard makes we are show
ing.
Some Bargains
THESE are slightly used pianos
finished in walnut mahogany
oak und rosewood and completely
overhauled in our factory. You can
depend upon them as great bar
gains. Erbe,
Marshall & Wendell,
Ivers A Fond,
Kimball,
Arion,
Martin Bros.,
Stelnway & Sons,
Steger & Sons,
Emerson,
Gramer,
Star,
Christy,
Boston Piano Co.,
Singer.
Prices $92, $122. SIJ3,$I55. $190, $223
up to $300. Terms $3 to $5 per month.
Fine Stelnway square piano
latest and best a great bargain.
Pianola recitals given every
Friday from 8 to 4 p. m. Splen
did programs. Complimentary
tickets at office.
Most satisfactory tuning and
repairing. We have the finest
of workmen and do the work
"very cheaply.' -j
TELEPHONES:
Omaha 125. Council Bluffs 362
IOWA MANCH:
502 Broadway, Council Bluffs.
RIOHT UP TO DATE
STEEL RANGES
that laat 20 years. All we ask for them is
$5.00 down and 15.00 per month, or the whole
sale price for cash. Every housewife In
Omaha can now be the proud" possessor of
the finest cooking apparatus In the world.
J ' v
Bsm'l Burns' 10 per rent annual June re
duction sale now going on.
DIED.
VAN CAMP Vr. Ira. Mot,day afternoon,
June 1: oorn October t, ItZi.
Funeral Thursday, June 4, st t p. m., from
family residence. No. IM North Tasuty
fourth street, lulariueut prlvaisk
Mr. Newton, the mail carrier, J50S Tem
pleton Bt., Bays: "Our steel range Is a
oraeker-jack. and we are thoroughly
pleased with it. I did not know anything
about It when I bought it, but I could see
at a glance that it was high-grade, and I
know that you sell high-grade Btoves."
The Stoetzol Stove Go.
Only Exclusive Stove House In the West.
714 South 16th Btreet.
The Bride's
List of presents is not com
plete without some elegant
pieces of cut glsss. Our
stock is complete and large
it is the best you can see
In Omaha. We are only too
glad to show It to you the
prices are reasonable. We
have an elegant line of pres
ents from $3 to 15.
Brown & Borshelm
Jewelers.
222 South 16th Street
Stylish Clothing
Hats and Shoes for Men and
Women, Boys and Girls, can
be obtained here on easy pay
ments at cash store prices.
No security required.
Menter, Rosenblcom & Co.,
y I5oaoodgau J
VN1TRO mTATBB UBPOSITOHY.
Bk IIW). n a a WwS. MM piistiM
UmV ftnife. t. T. HMlMa ml MIIW
h jr
fUl
Grand Cloaring
Qm Salo in the
TUB HKLIAILK ITOHE.
Domestic Room Wednesday
I5e WASH GOOD8 FOR 12Hc
Ijaoe and embroidered striped Swiss mus
lins, printed penangs, shot silks and
Scotch madras cloths, only 124c.
o WASH GOODS FOR 8 He.
Corded batistes, dotted Swisses, white
and colored grounds, with floral designs,
and yard black sateens, for SVtc.
Sttc WASH GOODS FOR 3V4.
Light colored dress prints and shirting
prints, great variety, for SHo.
60c UNDERWEAR FOR 25c
Gent's balbrlggnn undershirts and draw
ers, fancy and natural colors, full as
sortment of sites, for 25c.
25o UNDERWEAR FOR 10c.
Ladles' white sleeveless Jersey ribbed
undervests, assorted slies. for 10c.
12V4C HALF 1108E FOR 6e.
Men's seamless halt hove, full sises, for
5c.
Great Bale of hammocks and croquet
Bets, from 15 down to 89e.
WEDNESDAY'S SPECIAL SILK OFFERINGS
GREAT BALE ON FINE iiUAt-n. i-
Elegant colored taffeta silks only 39c.
Foulard silks, regular 75c and $1.00 grade.
at 49a
Foulard silks, best quality, worth 11.50,
on sale at 69c.
White wash silk, 27 inches wide, fine
grade, only 8O0.
Black wash Bilk, It Inches wide, worth
$1.25, only 75c
Best embroidered pongee silks only Wo.
FETA SILKS
SO-lnch black taffeta, actually worth $1.60,
on sale at 88c.
36-lnch black taffeta, actually worth $1.75,
on sale at $1.00.
86-Inch black taffeta, actually worth $2,
on sale at $1.15.
44-lnch black taffeta, actually worth $2.'J5,
on sale nt $1.25.
64-Inch black taffeta, actually worth $2.40,
on sale at $1.5.
THREE CENTS
Our grand clearing sale and embroidery
sale begins Wednesday morning at 8
o'clock.
Laces worth 5c laces worth 7c laces
worth 10c laces worth 12Hc laces worth
16c laces worth 25c will all be Bold at Jo
per yard.
Embrolderlea at 6c embroideries at 10c
embroideries at 15o will all go at 80 per
yard.
Bad weather makes bad business hut
the ladles who will sacrifice their personal
comfort to attend this lace and embroi
dery Bale, will feel fully repaid. None
of these goods sent C. O. D. None sold to
dealers.
LADIES' FURNISHINGS SALE
Ladles' umbrella drawers made of fine
cambiio and wide ruffles, hemstitched and
embroidery trimmed, worth 60c, at 25c
Ladles' fine cambric corset covers, trim
med with Insertion lace and embroidery,
worth 60c, at 25c.
Ladles' night gowns, Bklrts and cornet
covers, made of fine cambrlo and lace and
embroidery trimmed, worth $1.00, at 60c.
The latest styles, low bust and Princess
hip, with hose supporters attached, at $1
and up.
Style 818 especially adapted to stout fig
uressizes 20 to 36, at $1.00.
A large assortment of Kabo, Royal Wor
cester and R. G. corsets. In all lengths
and colors, at $1.00 and up.
Ladles' Straight Front corsets In batiste
and contllc. In all lengths and colors, with
and without hose supporters attached
at 4Dc.
American beauty tape girdle, In all col
ors, at 49c
CANDY SALE
Maple nut Fudge, 9o a pound. Chocolate Nut Fudge, at 9c a pound.
ETES TESTED FREE IN OPTICAL DEPARTMENT.
HAYDER1 BROS.
'Follow the Flair
JillL
THE
Cool Northern Route
VIA
NIAGARA FALLS
' ROUND TRIP FROM CHICAGO
" Boston sold June an-ae-ar $19. OO
tOStOn Sold July 1st to 5th $21.00
Saratoga soia juiy sth and etb $17.4-5
Detroit Sold Jsly lUth and 16th SO. 7 5
AH tickets reading over the Wabash R. R. between Chicago and Buffalo
are good In either direction via steamer between Detroit and Buffalo without
extra charge, except meals and berths. Stop overs allowed. ' Remember this
la "The Cool Northern Route" and all agents cap sell tickets from Chicago
east via the Wabash.
For berths, lake trips, folders and all Information call at Wabash City
Office, 1601 Farnam Street, or address
Harry E. l.iOOreS, G- A. P. D., Omaha, Neb. J
ou ride horsebacks.
we are snowing an unusually varieu assoriujeiii oi
Whitman and English riding- 'saddles for ladles astride
and gentlemen. These saddles are made of the finest
pigskin and they are the very best in quality of leather,
style and finish that bare ever been brought to this
market.
Saddles, $4.50 to $40.00.
There is such a tblng as fitting a saddle to a horse,
Just as you fit a hat to a man. If the saddle Is easy on
the horse and the rider and bas the style, finish and last
lngness, then it Is a perfect saddle. You can't get it any
where else.
Suit Cases. Traveling1 Bag's and Valises
AIfr8d.CoiishJ2I0JFarnam-st
mi
U 1-1
I Tht right thing
fat a Horsf
We Think We're Lucky!
'cause we are not floating down the river
hanging on a tree top or being blown sky
high by a cyclone or paying $2.60 a bushel
for potatoes, and slso bocauso we don't
belong to the MILES' DHUU COMBINE,
and that we have found a sure cure for
rheumatism. Tou would be surprised if you
knew how many people are coming or send
ing to us for OUR rheumatism cure I IT
IS NOT A 4711 PATENT MEDICINE, put
up In a fancy package, at a fancy price,
but la simply a prescription which we put
up and W GUAR A N TK fcl WILL, DO FUR
RHEUMATISM I Try it if you need such
a medicine, and If not satlsrled come get
your money. 4-ounce bottle 60c. Are you
paying fancy prices for druns, patent med
icines, rubber goods, surKlcal instruments,
toilet articles, family liquors, chemicals,
perfumes, etc.T tiet our prices; write for
them If out of town; Bend a list of articles
needed and we will surprise you.
OPEN ALWAYS
SGIIAEFER'S
CUT PRICE
DRUQ STORE
Two 'l-hoaes T4T and TOT.
9. W. Carner lHth and CuIcbstq Sts.
yrr-r rilnlc Prices I nil! June IB.
Work guaranteea. t-osi-graduate.
No students. We
are here to stay.
nrr .it
, .... .a for ml iiistLerlala onlv.
Teeth extnif'Ud free. Gold crowns. K.S5.
Itrldtfe treih, MM. White crown, I.Ko.
wort nuingH, tree. o-1 'i icm,
imo.m UKvrAL mixta. is
Hi.- 4IM.KNS nEHTUTnV.
Room 4, 1522 Douglas. Opp. Boston Btore.
Open Dally. N In his till 9. Bundays, 10-4.
M EATS- E I tmcuiLS J
S4! ens fsmam at
Choicest
Granulated
Sugar jslft
5c
Legs Lamb 101
pound Qw
Legs Mutton 1 fn
pound Ivyw
Porterhouse lirt
Steak pound IOC
Sirloin Steak 101 r,
-pound..., l2v
Roast Beef Qn
ind
12c
pound 10c and
Hens
pound . . .
R. E. WELCH
24th and Farnam. Tela. IS 1 1-1569
vAa? LADIES,
Do you want to save
money, time and trou
ble? Then why not visit
the Syl'AKE INtll
TAII-OHING College
and loarn the mom com
plete art of cutting and
fitting In the moet per
fect mannerT
COLI.EOB BOOM. 627 Paxlon Block.
CLASS HOUK8, t to U a. m. and 2 to
V:NINa IE68ION, 7 to I, at 2U Bar-
BBBSsisl
s-VjTr
Wedding Presents t j
InCutOlasa K
and bUrllnf Silver.
' ii ft ii Tit -1 -1
Ie'r'"f7
ssTrnHHITTBnDTiriTnTITrTllTlsBWs IIIIVi l""T
II istf U
im sa
Men's Shirts
at $1.00v
Our dollar shirt's for men have been selling as rapidly
as though Ihey were a bargain offering, and it Is not at
all strange that it should be so, for while they were
planned and made to sell at ? 1.00, they were also planned
and made to equal in almost every respect shirts selling
in other stores at $1.50. No matter what store you go
into, outside of this, you will pay $1.50 for our $1.00 shirts.
These shirts are made of the handsomest fabrics we
can select. They have all the style and attractiveness
of high-class goods. They appeal to tasteful men. These
shirts are made after our own specification for size and
fit. ONE DOLLAIi EACH.
Underwear for Men at 35c
Tuesday we place on sale a special line of, men's
underwear, made of good, plain or ribbed, balbriggan, in
natural and fancy solid colors, a regular GSr-i
50c quality for Out
Give me B26d please
5W
Hello, la this Stors Brewing Co.? Wish
you would send me an extra case of Blue
Ribbon Beer today expect company tonight
and they will be terribly disappointed if we
can't treat them to Blue Ribbon they all
like It so well. Now be sure to send it.
By the way came near forgetting Mrs.
N. wants you to send her a case also, but she
would prefer a smaller bottle you have
pint bottles also, haven't you? All right
You don't need to thank me am only
too glad to recommend Blue Ribbon. It can
not be too highly praised. Goodbye.
Stor z Brewing Co,,
Omaha, Neb.
to
Colorado
and
Return
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.n.,,., . -.- . n,mmmmmm
Tlpe Burlington sella excursion
tickets all summer, after June 1st,
to Denver, Colorado Springs and
Pueblo at $17.50 for round trip, with
return limit to October 31st. July
1st to 10th, $15.00 for the round
trip; return limit, AuguBt.Slst
You can live very nicely in Colo
rado at hotels, boarding houses and
ranches for $8.00 to $10.00 per
week and upward.
Colorado la cool, offers magnifi
cent scenic attraction, splendid
fishing everything that goes to
make summer life worth living.
Bend for Colorado Hand Book, that
tells all about it. It's fres.
The Burlington Route la the short
line to Colorado.
J. B. REYNOLDS,
City Passenger A(t.,
Z02 Farnam St., Omaha
JUNE IS TIIE MONTH
of roses and "rare days," of "nweet girl graduates" and wcddlwrs. For a wedding
or graduation gift we are showing numerous creations whloli ';onnolHneurs are quick
to detect. We have dUmomls. gold Jewelry, etc, for personal ii'iornment, and ster
ling silver, cut glass, hrlc-a-brac. etc., to beautify tho home. Come In and see for
yourself. Write for our catalogue.
MAWIIINNEY & RYAN CO.,
Jewelers and Art Stationera, 15th and Douglas Streets, Omaha.
DOTTLE
K
81
Pure and sparkllnr rich and invlsoratlns extremely pala
table scientltically Lrewed carefully bottled always the same
Delivered ta soy psrt ot Onuhs, Council Blvifff or South Omihs.
Order a case from JETTER BREWING CO.
HAM Tdesfcast Uil S01T1 OMAN Telephone I
Or LEE MICHiLL, Meult deeier, COtNCIL SUFfS TeltehM M
4k
20 Per Cent Discount
We are going to dispose of our present stock of
Bult Cases and Grips at 30 per cent below the uauul
prices. If you get one you'll get a bargain.
Repairing done. Telephone 10i8.
s a o
FARNAM ST.
r
OMAHA
TRinK-FACTORY-
Sewing; Machines
and supplies get the bent will be money saved in the long run. We sell the best
such as New Home. White, Standard, Domi-sllc, Household and other less known
makes. Have facilities fur repairing of any machine made. Satisfaction guaranteed.
P. E. FLODMAN & CO.,
Phon 1374.
1914 Capital Ave

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