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TITE OMATTA DAHT IEE: PATF7?IYAT. MAKCTT 25. 1905. io?JS Any One of These Hats at HI Also 2,000 More to Select From Worth $7M, $10 and $12 H9S We cannot say too much about these hats. In our entire career of millinery success, we never offered a better bargain. The entire show room stock of a New York maker and importer. Over 2,000 hats in all. When the maker's order season closed March 1, he accepted our offer of 50c on the dollar. These hats are all this season's newest style large and small shapes included in this showing. All spring's choicest colors and shapes, plenty of blacks and whites, many x lace hats, beautiful copies of expressive models they are actual $7.50, $10.00 and $12.00 values at , .... cnoicest colors 98 TWO STREET HAT SPECIALS The new email and large turbans also the stylish mixed col- ored braid, every one a new spring shape CA Saturday 1-JU The newest ideas in street hats of soft braids, chiffon, etc. trimmed with the fashionable straw ornaments Z "A your choice at J.j3 Elaborate Trimmed Ha.ts at $10 Many of the beautiful hats are original models fl others are beautiful copies from originate all p .' .have the exclusive Brandeie style, so much desired in high class millinery, at Spring Flowers All kinds, hundreds of the newest and freshest varieties on big bargain tables, f A- . OC Saturday at, each IllCandZaC 10 SHEET MUSIC SALE All mail orders filled. Add 1c extra for postage. -4 O U- w D a BJ N d H Z O O, Listen, Ruth, ' latest coon song by author of Satisfied, 15c. Carnival Times, an Irresist ible, catchy two-step Inter mezzo by Bennett, 15c. The greatest cooo success for years the son? you bear Crt whistled every where a big hie Carolina Dinah. ... 1JC Sung from coast to coast by the leading vaudeville stars, Just for Fun, a new waltz song, bound to be a winner, 15c. Coax Me, by Von Tilzer, the season's greatest success. Also the i following- vocal and 1 nstriimental pieces: When the Sunset '"" P'ub w lioia; wnere the Silvery Colorado Wends Its way ana ine uiri 1 i.oved Out In the Golden West, two beautiful songs Home Soldier Boy In Blue; Iolanthe: Always In the Way; Back. Back to Baltimore; Bessie; Iai Nora; I'm Trying So Hard to Forget You; That's What the Daisies Said; My Indian Queen; Oneonta; Josephine; Chicken Charlie, two-step; Moonlight; Northern JJghts Walts; Heart s Dream Walts; St. Louis Tickle; Maple Leaf Rag; Circus Parade by E. T. Paul; Cosmopolitan; American. Busier March and others too numerous to mention. Come and. hear them played each tuyj .v CHUB J la beautiful songs 15c n H O o tn n o o m H CD Candy Specials Twenty-five sticks Candy , for SOc Chocolate Cream Candy Dound Butterscotch ifir pound OUC Taney Mixed Candy 1ft n pound aw Fancy Cream Mixed 1(1 r pound IVftw 10c Ice Cream Soda gg 10o Ice Cream Sundas for 5c 15c 5c Kleinert's Double Gem Dress Shields If you are In doubt as to the best shield for your use, get Klel nert's Double Gem Dress Shield. Have It large enough and properly fastened to the garment and we will be responsible for the result. IDOUBLB COVERED 100 Calling Cards for 39c. IN THE JF51 UJAA W U Printed While Yu Wait. ARCADE &ii.Ls PLACE OF DETENTION FOR BOYS Probation Officer Bernstein Has No Place to Incarcerate Any Wlio Are Reealeltrant. What to do with Juveniles when It Is necessary to lock them up Is a question which Is claiming the attention of "Mogy" Bernstein. He now ha . nine on parole and the number will Increase rapidly. The Juvenile court law provides that child prisoners shall not . be detained In the same place with adults, and "Mogy" Is unwilling to allow any child to be taken to the police station even for a day. Yet he Is at a loss to know what to do under present conditions if a parole should be violated. Mr. , Bernstein says that the Judges of the Juvenile court will appear before the Board of County Commissioners Saturday and ask them to provide at once a place of detention. Two auch places are needed, for the law does not allow those who have been delinquent through thoughtless ness to be locked up with those who have committed criminal offenses. Turned Over to Bernstein. Emll Valine, charged with cutting Ed Flood on the nlfcht of March 4. has ben turned over to the Juvtmiln court. Police Judge Berks having deputed, after perusal of a copy of the new law, that he has no Jurisdiction In the case. The matter has been hanging fire In police court for more than a we.k, on account tf delay in curing certified copies of the law. It was a question whether or not Judge aterka has JurUUIotiou In feluuy, caaes 1 where the offender is under 16 years of age. He has not, under the new law, and Valine was given hito the cure of Chief Probation Officer Bernstein. PAVING WAITS ON WEATHER North Sixteenth Street Job Will Not Be Touched for Soma Time. The unfinished North Sixteenth street paving, from Webster to Isard streets. Is to ,ba laid as soon as the city engineering departments thinks the weather warrants ordering construction. The matter has been taken up by the council and instruc tions given to start the work at once, but in the publio works department it Is held that it would be folly to try to put down asphalt paving so early in the year with constant danger from freeilng . and washouts. Therefore It has been decided to hold back the orders to .the Barber Asphalt company from fifteen to thirty days, and possibly longer. Angry Wife tots Herself. Irate because she believed her husband to, ba paying attentions to a colored woman, Mrs. McGraw sailed Into a Cum ing street saloon after "her man Mlku' Hud bmsn to trace geometric fitcures be fore his faro with an Utfly butcher knife. One hand happened to be in the path of a parabola she deacrlberi and today It is wearing a bandage. Mike dodxed further conseiiuances from hi wife, but ran Into the hands of the pullce. Both were ar retted and charged with dtxturliiug the peace. The case will be haid In police court, Saturday. uarantee Clothing Go. 1519-1521 D0UGL1S ST. KfrkelaTllioes Kirketidall's QQn $1.50Shoes...uOb Kirketidall's $2.50 and $3.00 Shoes; I Cf Our sale price.. i UU Tan Shoes Are Included In This Lot. KIRKENDALTVS $3.60 SHOES IN CLUDING COFFEE BROWN. PAT ENT LEATHER. BOX CALF, ETC. Sale Price, fl.08. CRAVENETTE COATS. TODAY WE PLACE ON SALE 150 GENUINE CRAVENETTE COATS (PRIESTLEY'S). THEY COME IN THE NEWEST TANISH AND GRAY ISH SHADES. COATS LIKE THESE SHOULD SELL RAPIDLY FOR 81S.00. OUR SALE PRICE, WHILE THEY LAST, $6.90. t PANTS VALUES. FOR WE SELL PANTS THAT OTHER STORES GET $3.00 FOR. OUR $2.50. $3.00, $3.50 AND $4.00 LINES OF PANTS CANNOT BE DUPLICATED ELSEWHERE, UNLESS YOU PAY FROM $l.uu TO $2.00 MORE. NEW SPRING HATS. HAT3 YOU PAY HAT STORES $2.50 FOR ARE BUT $1.90 HERE. THIS IS THE ONLY PLACE WHERE YOU FIND YOUNG'S HATS. ALSO FULL LINE OF SPRING CAPS FOR MEN AND BOYS. DOLLAR SHIRTS, 48c. WE CLOSED OUT FROM KING & SMEAD (ONE OF OUR HOME FACTORIES) 150 DOZEN SHIRTS, MANUFACTURED TO BE RETAIL ED FOR "$1.00. WE PLACE THEM ON SALE TODAY FOR 4SC. 75c SUSPENDERS, 25c. YOUR CHOICE OF ANY. SUS PENDER IN THE HOUSE FOR 25C, EXCEPTING GUYOT AND PRESI DENT. THESE LATTER ONES ARE 38C. 8 NEW SPRING SUITS. OUR NEW SPRING LINE OF ALFRED BENJAMIN SUITS HAS ARRIVED. WE SHOW SUITS AT $15.00. TAILORS GET AT LEAST $40.00 FOR SUITS NO BETTER. A Sure Sign of Springtime WHEN the boys get out their tops you can be satisfied that springtime is here, and when you buy your HOY'S Sl.RO SHOES of us you can depend on It that they will fill all requirements and satisfy you In every respect. NEARLY EVERYBODY knows the value of our boys' $l.b0 shoes, but If your boy has never worn a pair bring him to our store any time Saturday and let us show them to you. WE CAN FIT ANY BOY no matter how small or how big Just so he Is a boy. Drexel Shoe Co. 1419 Farnam Si. Omaha's l'p-to-Date Shoe Honse. ASK FOR OUR FREE CATALOGUE. 14 M 1ft Johnson Ql Goodlett Co. OUR PRICES TELL WITH CON VICTION THEIR OWN STORIES. EGGS strictly fresh country, J Bn per dos BUTTER good sweet country, Oi lier lb -:. aSOC PRUNES fresh, Jucy, good size, OS 4 lbs. for.. "W ORANGES extra fine .large a. sweet, Juicy navels, per dos...Jw SALT 6 lb. sacks best table, Er per sack v OAT MEAL 2 pkgs. Jgg PANCAKE FLOUR best '1EP brands, 4 pkgs for CAKES our famous 3-layer white, nut. Orange Caramel Chocolate or Cocoa- -ach nOr nut, tht best value In Omaha Lemon EXTRACT good quality, An per bottle VANILA EXTRACT good Ac quality, per bottle FINAN HADDJE8 the right (Dp kind, per lb lJ HAMS best sugar cured, t1r per lb sW BACON fine breakfast, ic per lb "v BOILINO BEEF-tender and Cc sweet, per lb -' Vegetables Full line bottom prices. Johnson & Goodlett Co. 20th and Lake Sts. Qrocery, floats and Bakery. Phones 1373 aad T43. DEPUTY STATU VETERINARIAN. H. L. RAMACCI0TTI. D. V. S. CITY VBTEBINAHIAR. Office and Infirmary, 2Sth and Mason Bta OMAHA, NEB. Tieiboue tah ( Thosal ilpatrich offer flfl I osierv and unaer uear for Saturday at marvelous concessions in price unprece dented at this season. Trices made possible by our for tuuate special purchase. Women's Hosiery 29c Pair CO dozen full fashioned fast black pure lisle hose, fine, light and wearable, should be marked 39c. 60 dozen fine gauge fashioned stockings, made from Sea Island Cotton, would be cheap at 35c. 100 dozen imported lace lisles, boot and all over patterns, always 50c. In addition we have added about 40 dozen fancy striped (T and embroidered hose from our regular IriiT stock of SOc qualities. The entire lot jCij lisle, cotton, lace, fancies UNDERWEAR Two numbers of union suits, made by one of the best, if not THE best, mills in the country. Fine cotton, high neck, long sleeves, ankle length, knit from fine peeler yarns and worth seventy- A1r five cents each, at tJw One case pure lisle, same shape, bleached yarn LCI, a regular $1.00 garment, at 0C FOR CHILDREN- 58 dozen fine ribbed cotton stocking yarns, spun from long fiber Egyptian cotton, f CI, guaranteed to wear, worth 25c, at 17 FOR MEN One case fine seamless socks the best domestic make, in blacks and tans regularly f I 2 25c, for this sale AO3C 3 pairs for 50c. 6 pairs for $1.00. Two cases new spring underwear, balbriggan, white and colored. You will be impressed with the value C- when you see the ticket, per garment.. a&JC These items for Saturday only. Don't let the weather deter you from getting these bargains,. Thos. Hilpairicfi & Go. ..,..,, ,,, . ,,llw.,rw 1 ,, , , , , I - - - aj' ,: ir 1 1111 mi iiii Largest Exclusive Retail Millinery House in Omaha ...FIRST... -OF- Imported and Domestic Pattern Hats Saturday, March 25th. Music afternoon and evening. 1508 Douglas Street. Trap- U.SIBU VALUES Worthy of Consideratio7i Consumers purchasing our country butter for the tublo appreciate its superiority, its absolute purity, its Inviting appearance, Its unvarying color and its sweet OQ nutty flavor, per pound C3W If you have experienced any difficulty obtaining strictly rreahly laid eggs, don't en tertain the thought they can not be procured. We warrant ours in every respect C per dozen low Those whose favorite vegetable are Peas should be Interested, as we are offering unusually sweet and excellent style peas at a remarkably low figure, regular price 2uc Ar per can Exquisite Olives In bulk that will meet the requirement of the fastidious place an order for some at this price extra large, meaty and pal- o: atable, per quart Sommer Bros. Exponents of Good Living. 28tb and Farnam Sts. Telephones 730, 133. TholI.J.PenfoldGo. LEAD. Otkeri Folios. SCIENTIFIC OPTICIANS. sis oua tomo tsssis. 1408 Firaam SL Omahs, Nob. 1 Girls and Boys Shoe Headquarters There Is no other place you can go and find such ' a complete stock of high grade, long wearing, late style shoes for boys and girls as you will And at this store. $1.50 and $2.00 School Shoes are a special feature with us. We have them for boys and girls of any age. We have others up to the finest dress shoes, and low prices on all. Immense Show ing of New Spring Diess Goods lAYOEIs TUB KRMAIILE STORE. Wonderful Bargain Opportunities . Saturday. See ad page 8. Boys' Suit Sale Saturday. A HAPPY EVENT for every parent la Omaha who is looking eagerly for values ay smallest price, in boys' clothing. They're here: A HAPPY EVENT for every boy who is lucky enough to secure a llayden Bros, suit on this clay that cost $2.1)5 or more, for what boy is not happy in the possession of a rifle? THE VALUES WE OFEEK are simply un surpassable. Norfolks, sailor blouse, sailor orfoiks, eton blouse, iJussian blouse, double breasted or three piece stylos, in all the newest most up-to-date materials, colors and patterns, The best assortment we have ever shown and that means the best ever shown in Omaha at $2.95, $3.50, $3.95, $4.50, $5.00. iA Defender Rifle Free. 3 Q With every boys' suit of nboT at $2.05. we will elre free a handsome little rifle like cut IT IS ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS, but as neat a toy as the small boy could possess. Shoots a RtriRH soft rubber ball and a great deal of pleasure can be secured by holding shooting mutches at home. See display In 16th street window. THE BOY NEEDS A SUIT. HE WANTS THE IUFLE. SEE THEM SATURDAY. Several Other Specials. $1(T In our great clothing department, Saturday. Ask to see our hand hand tailored men's suits special at . . For chill March winds and April showers, we will take a cravenette for ours. Have you bought one yet we have a handsome line at $7.50, $10, $12.50, $15, to $25.00. HAYDEM BROS. (jlslststl OMAHA'S LEADING MARKETS -ARE THE- Central Markets All the others have raised prices, but we are still selling fine meats lower than ever. SIRLOIN STEAK, per lb.... ...-l2ic ROUND STEAK 3 pounds ......... ..-25o SHOULDER STEAK, 4 lbs ....... M . . 2SO SHOULDER ROAST, 4 lbs......... 25o BOILINO BEEF, 8 lbs.. ., . . . 250 LAMB STEW. 8 lbs . . I. ......... .J-25o LAMB ROAST, 4 lbs...... . - 25c CUDAHY REX BACON..... -lie ARMOUR'S OR SWIFT'S BACON 0C MORRELL'S IOWA PRIDE PICNIC HAMS 80 SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAMS , lie ARMOUR'S STAR HAMS C CENTRAL MARKETS Sixteenth and Harney Sts., Telephone 2899. Sixteenth and Capitol Ave. Telephone 1796. J Tourist Cars Popular The Idea that an inferior class of people pat ronize the tourist sleepers is an error. On many trips only the best elass of trav elers are found. They are merely men and women of good, sense who would rather travel TO CALIFORNIA is this manner and save a snug sum of money to be used elsewhere. It is beginning to be understood that It is by no means necessary for the trav eler to spend a large sum of money in or der to enjoy a trip to the FttolSo Coast. If you cross the continent in ons of, ths v tourist sleepers of ths Union Pacific you will enjoy your trip and sare considerable money. Inquire at CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1324 FAR NAM ST. . 'Phone 818. FRY SHOE CO. 16th and Douglas. -J TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER Via I'hotoa-rapblo lllustratioaa. THE LAMGE GROCERY CO. Special for Saturday and Monday, March 25 and 27 We will place on sale a number of cases of assorted California fancy table fruit, highly preserved, in 3-pound cans. Every can guaranteed F. 8. Hominy, Z-pound package JK Tea Dust, per lftr nound Ivffc. Lemon ' Cling- Peaches, sliced, 8 pound can, regular 25c l2c seller; our price Oreen Gage Plums, 8-pound can, regular !i6c seller; our 12C price Black Cherries. 3-pound can, reg ular price 26c; our 12c price "'w White Cherries, 8-pound can, reg ular price 26c; our 12C price w Strawberries, preserved. In 2-pound can, the his hast and best gradu on the market, regular lfn 3oc seller; our price Gilt Edge Peaches, the beat on the market. In 2-pound can, 71 r reiruliir 16c seller our price.. ' " Strawberries, in 8-pound ca n Visor, per ' Rn package... 5c Tea, all high grade, regular 60o seller; our price per kinds. 35c ,7ic .95c 95c pound. . .. P. K. Flour, all per package 48-nound sack Jersey ( reum Flour 48-pound sack 4X Family Flour I We will place on sale for two days only. Muturday and Monday, a few hundred pounds of Battle As Chewing Tobacco and Two Or phans Cigars for half price. BHttla Ax Chewing To- 7(r bacco, per pounii. JOfc Two Orphans Cigars, SO Clgares In boxIt h a gooii smoke pur box 75c THE LAfJGE GROCERY GO. IMPORTERS OF FANCY CROCERIES TELEPHONE 1459. 606 S. I3TII ST.