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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THUKSDAY, MAY 2J, 1002.
A SEW DRY GOODS STOCK
Seslej-Howe-LeVan Co., Dm Moines' Most
Popular Dry Ooodi BtoTe,
COMES TO OMAHA,
(The Eslraordlnary Low Price at
Walea HeeelTer "old This
fork Was the Moat Martllaa;
Dry Goods Event In Tears.
1. L. BRANDEW ft SONS BOUGHT IT,
BALE BEGINS MONDAT. JUNE 2,
AT BOSTON BTORE. OMAHA.
Never before In the history of merchan
dising has auch a high grade stock of dry
goods (all of it bought for this spring and
aummer'a trade) been told for auch a low
All the trade papers and commercial Jour
nal commented on the great bargain that
i. L. Brandela ft Bona tecured In this pur
chase. This superb stock, actually worth $100,000.
ws bought for $35,360, and beginning Mon
sy we will give you auch bargains as were
never known since Loyal L. Smith failed.
Beeley-Howe-LeVan Co. catered to the
teat and most exclusive trade In Des Molnea
and carried nothing but the highest grades
Cloaks, Suits and Wraps,
Dress Goods and Silks,
Ladles' and Men'a Furnishing Goods,
Carpets, Curtains and Draperies.
Linens, White Goods snd Wash Fabrics,
Ribbons, Laces and Notions,
Umbrellas and Jewelry,
Art and Fancy Goods, etc.
Remember Monday, June 2, Is the begin
bins of this sale. Be sure to come. It will
t sn event long to be remembered.
J. L. BRANDEIS ft SONS,
Boston Store, Omaha.
CREIGHTON COURT ORGANIZED
Lodge of Catholic Order of Foresters
Electa Officers for Enti
Crelgbton court of the Catholic Order of
foresters organized Tuesday night at
Arlington hall and elected these officers.
James W. Martin, chief ranger; N. P. Plant,
'vice chief ranger', Frank Murphy, past chief
ranger; A. M. Flyna, recording secretary;
Leo Hoffmann, financial secretary; E. J.
Murphy, treasurer; W. P. Hsrt, P. J. Rlnn,
F. J. Brennnn, trustees; William J. Calkins,
senior conductor ; J. B. Foley, junior con
ductor; John Plnault, Inside sentinel; Henry
Foley, outside sentinel; N. P. Plant, dele
gate, and vV. P. Hart, alternate, to the stale
Crelghton court promises to be the ban
ner court of the organization In the west.
In fact, such Is the determination of the
officers and members Installed last night.
Arrangements were also made to partici
pate In the cornerstone exercises of St.
Mary Magdalene's church on next Sunday
t 3 p. m., and an Invitation Is extended all
Foresters In this city and South Omaha to
Too Urea a Illik,
In almost every neighborhood' someone
las died from an attack of colic or cholera
morbus, often before medicine could be
procured or a physician summoned. A re
liable remedy for these dlaeases should be
kept at hand. The risk la too great for
anyone to take. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has un
doubtedly saved the lives of more people
and relieved mors pain and suffering than
any other medicine In use. It can always
be depended upon.
Sbrlners Will Travel.
The Burlington Route and Its connections
west of Denver will carry Tangier Temple,
Mystic. Bhrinera, to the Imperial Council,
Nobles of Mystic Shrine, at San Francisco,
June 10 to 14.
Two special cars have already been re
served by Tangier Temple and additional
' cars will be provided as reservations are
made. It is important that all Sbrlners
who will attend this convention make their
reservations at an early date.
The Bhrinera will leave the Burlington
Station, Omaha, 4:25 p. m., June 4. Den
ver will be reached the pext "morning, and
an entire day spent In Colorado Springs,
one of the most delightful of Rocky Moun
tain resorts. Salt Lake City will be
reached on the morning of June 6, and that
day given over to seeing the wonderful
eity of Zlon. The party will arrive In 8an
Franclsoo at 8:45 a. m., June 9.
Tickets and reservations, 1502 Farnam Bt.
hrlners Special Train, Omaha to Baa
The Great Rock Island Route has ar
ranged for the Nobles of Zubrlah, Oeman
and Elkahir temples, a special train to
Ban Francisco. This train will leave
Omaha Tuesday, June 3, at 4:30 p. m. No
bles and friends of other Temples can Join
same at Omaha. For further information
call at or address City Ticket Office. 1323
Farnam at., Ome4.
Oravkoyaon at a baraala.
FOR SALE Latest model type. A. O.
combination gTaphopbone, which clays both
largs and small records; list price, $90.
This Is especially designed tor concert pur
poses, having a talrty-slx-tncb horn and
stand. It alas Includes twenty large Edi
son rscords and carrying ease of twenty
four records. Tbs machlns Is entirely new
and has never been used. 'Will sell at a
bargain. Address X 3(, la cars of The Use.
i Chicago ISO Miles Rearer.
The ."Transralssouri Limited" en the
Northwestern line only makes tbs trip In
Omaha ( p. m-, arriving Chicago T next
City office. 1401-1403 Farnam at
(Wedding ring headquartsrs. Edholm,
7. R. BENNETT GO.
DECORATION DAY, FRIDAY,
Wo close promptly at
12 noon tomorrow.
Kindly anticipate your
Send Your Orders
W. R. Bennett Co.
BURGLARS MAK COLLECTION
Are Sernrlna from Omaha Homes a
stock for a Reeoas
Money, watches, silverware, clothing and
even chamois skins have been disappearing
with a numerousness, recently, that- has
caused the police department to give par
ticular attention to all crooks with a repu
tation for thieving.
Harry Hagen, 2474 Harney atreet, re
ported that his house had been entered and
that there Is a resultant absence of $90 lu
crisp new bills. T. W. Blackburn, 712 South
Thirty-first, Is shy six pearl-bandied knives
and two Hirer forks. At the residence of
J. C. Davis, 240S Chicago, the burglar took
a gold watch and five souvenir spoons. A
drug store at 1224 Douglas street Invoices
$24 worth less chamois skins than It did
before a meek thief called the other day
and carried off the load while the clerk was
looking another way.
Fred Moburg, 708 South Sixteenth, said he
retired Tuesday night and hung his clothes
on the head of the bed. A thief entered and
stole from the pocket of his vest a gold
watch valued at $20. Fred Duncan, 3016
Sherman avenue, only lost a purse contain
ing $2 to a person who had the combination
to a rear door. At the Her Grand hotel Mrs.
Charles M. Ambrose lort a watch valued. at
$5. ' Mrs. Ambrose said her room had been
unlocked and entered during her absence.
Joe Behmucs has reported that he had left
a grip at the Nebraska lodging house sev
eral months ago and that when he returned
for It, It was missing.
ANOTHER HORSE IS STOLEN
This Time Panl Hlldebrand. the Cal
hoon Karaerymaa, is
Paul Hlldebrand and his new rig were
soon parted. Paul has a nursery of bis own
creation near Calhoun, and came to Omaha
Sunday for an Initial trial of a covered
buggy and nickel-plated harness, both Just
out of the shops. He tied the horse In front
of M. Mullen's pleasure emporium at Six
teenth and Davenport streets and absented
himself for ten minutes. When he returned
the hitching ring was still there, but noth
Sheriff Power has been appealed to and
has sent out cards offering $50 for the cap
ture of the rig and the thief, and he an
nounced Wednesday that he proposes to
make a particularly vigorous effort to re
capture this offender, as a discouragement
to others. He said two weeks ago that he
had noticed an unusual activity among
horse thieves throughout the state and
feared Douglas county would not be Im
mune. DIES FROM HER INJURIES
Miss Merits ret Nan, Who Fell from
street Car Sunday Even
' Inn;, Expires.
Miss Margaret Nau died at St. Joseph's
hospital at 11:13 yesterday morning from
the effects of Injuries received by falling
from a motor car Bunday night. Relatives
of the dead woman were with her when she
Miss Nau fell while alighting from a car
at Twenty-fourth and Farnam streets early
Sunday night and struck on the back of her
head. She was rendered unconecious by
the fall and remained so until she died.
Miss Nau was a dressmaker, about 25
years old, and roomed with a sister on
South Twenty-fifth street. It Is probable
that an Inquest will be held.
Conrtland Beach and JHanavra.
Tho announcement that Courtland Beach
Is to reopen next Friday, Memorial day, will
be received by the Omaha and South Omaha
pleasure-loving public with gratification.
Mr. Griffiths' management of this hereto
fore always most popular summer resort
affords positive assurance of Its renewed
popularity. When Courtland Beach first
opened in 1893 the services of Mr. Griffiths
were secured by Hon. John A. Crelghton,
Mr. Griffiths coming west somewhat against
his own wishes. That he made a brilliant
success of It no ons who then lived in this
locality can deny. It was patronized by the
respectable element from the first day It
opened and continued so throughout his en
tire management. Mr. Griffiths was prob
ably the first person to enter objection
agalcst the "exorbitant" car fare then
charged to carry passengers to the beach, but
aa they were compelled to travel over the
lines of three distinct companies no change
was able to be made, and Mr. Griffiths, re
cognising the Inevitable, returned east, con
tinuing the management of some of the
best known resorts there. When the Omaha
Street railway absorbed the Beach Una Mr.
Griffiths again came to Omaha and secured
a 6-cent fare to Courtland beach from all
parts of the city, thus insuring success for
his enterprise. While it is not generally
known. It Is a fact, however, that every
season for several years Mr. Griffiths has
come to Omaha to try to Induce this "one-fare-rate,"
because he had great faith In
the merits of Courtland beach, If he could
secure the co-operation of the railway peo
ple. His family have just arrived from
Chesapeake beach, thirty miles below Wash
ington City, a resort which he has suc
cessfully managed for several years. He
patented and built the scenic railway at
the Traosmlssisslppi and Greater America
expositions, which was the most succeesful
money-making affair of either expositions.
He erected the switchback railway at Court-
land beach and Is recognised as one of the
finest of promotera of aummer resorts. It
Is understood he has secured a long lease of
Courtland Beach and proposes to make it a
"winner" from the very start, and those
who know him best are well aware of his
ability to give Omaha a resort second to
one, and one which will be on the highest
plane of respectability In every respect.
Mr. Griffiths atks the assistance of every
public-spirited c it lien in and about Omaha
and South Omaha to drop for all time "Cut
Off lake," and when it is found necessary
hereafter to refer to that beautiful
body of water to substttuts "Lake
Courtland," which certainly sounds better
and gives to strangers a better Impression.
Laka Manawa waa formed in the exact man
ner, that , Lake Courtland was, only some
time earlier, and no such place as Laka
Manawa was ever heard of by citlsena of
Council Bluffs until E. H. Odell, "Jim" De
bovols and a few others who thought this
extra fine beach a good bathing apot. The
people of Council Bluffs were only too glad
to drop "Cut-Off" for Manawa. and today
Manawa is known far and wide by only
Manawa." It only required a few months
to get everybody familiar with Its new name
and with tbs co-operation of the reportortal
forces of the Omaha papers Mr. Griffiths in
sists that within two or possibly three
months everybody will bs saying "Lake
Courtland," thus adding dignity to Omaha's
only body of water.
Lake Manawa also opens for tbs season
on Friday nest, with a full line of extra fins
Composite Buffet Library Cars
"The Northwestern Line"
City Limited" at 7:55 p.
LOW RATES IN JUNE.
1401-1401 Farnam St.
Shampooing and hair dressing. Sio, at ths
Bathsry, ll-0 Bee Building. TeL ITU.
lt-X, II-K wedding rings. Edhoim,
Given Away Free.
A BEAUTIFUL FLORIDA JESSAMINE, NATURAL FLOWER, GIVEN
AWAY TO ALL LADY VISITORS in our Millinery department Thursday.
Millinery Bargains for Memorial Day.
$2. 50 Ladies' Trimmed Hats 59c
660 Ladles' and Children's Hats,
trimed with chiffons, flowers, fancy
nets, jets, etc. These goods are the
best value offered by us this season,
not one of them worth
lees than $2.50, Thursday. . ..0"w
Specials in Wash
Wash Skirts, two styles of nav
blue duck and linen crash, with polka
dots, ful cut, excellent shape,
special sale price OOL
Wash Skirts, three styles, all
colors ot denim, with stitched flared
bottoms, denim braid trimmed, and
cotton crash, flounced rj
and ruffled, special A. jC
Shirt Waist Suits, made of good
quality percale and lawns, with or
without sailor collars, skirts with
flounces, trimmed In red, f gj f
pink and blue, special. .. 3
50c and 75c
A Manufacturer's sample
of tine India lawns, embroidery and hemstitch
effects,, after-dinner, name and
20c Handkerchiefs 74c
500 dozen women's and men's all
linen handkerchiefs, in all widths ot
hems, medium weight and 1
sheer linen, special JL
25c and 50c Sunb on
Ask Emma Hoffman
ABOUT PARISIAN HAIR TONIC and
DANDRUFF CURE. Miss Hoffman lives
at 2357 South 29th street, Omaha. Her
father, John J. Hoffman, Is one of Omaha's
best carpenters. Miss Hoffman had
dandruff and her hair was falling out
badly and after using Parf in Hair
Tonic less than one week she 1 Iced the
most decided result for the beUer. She
Is not a relative of ours nor did we pay
her 1 cent far this testimonial. Ask tier
or write to her. If ft doubter
$1.00 PARISIAN HAIR TONIC (guar
$1.00 Kinney's Hair Tonic (Want It?) 69c
$3.50 Marvel Whirling Spray Syringe.. $2. 25
1.00 Hromo Seltzer (1 to customer).. 67c
frtn Eskav's Food 30c
$2.00 Chester's Pennyroyal Pills $1.00
5ic Cramer's Kidney Cure (guaranteed) 4(tc
f.1.00 Wine Cardul (1 to customer) Ac
$1.00 Swanson's Five Drops 71c
$1.00 Mother's Friend 71c
35c genuine Castorla (1 to customer!.... 19c
Oh. yes! Patent medicines will cer
tainly be cheap; didn't we tell you so in
our Bunday ad. Just watch the ad.
WE NEVER CLOSE.
Tel. T4T, 8. W. Cor. 16th and Chloaa-o,
We are headquarters for Colfax Water,
which is so highly prized by many. Ve
have it in pints, quarts and half gallons,
UDWl UlttlU " v.w . .......... . . -
to make prices which will save your
freight on this water.
Colfax pints, do-ten, $1.20; case ot four
dozen, 14. 1 5.
CorTax quarts, cases or w. o.ou.
Colfax half gallons, plain (no gas), cases
Of 12, $3.60.
Case 13 half gallons, $5.
Case 50 quarts, with gas, $8.50.
Case'lOO pints, with gas, $10.
Case 100 splits, with gas, f9.
Aek for Mineral Water Booklet,
Sherman &McConnell Drug Co.
"The Drug Store on the Corner."
Sixteenth and Dodge 8ts.
Weeplac Water, Heb., and Return,
n- rwnr.tinn dav. Friday. May 10, ths
ui...ri tMfln will run an excursion train
to the High school cadets' camp at Weep
ing Water. The train, win leave m
ster street depot at 8:30 a. m.
Tickets now on sale at the city iicbbv
office, S. E. corner 14th and Douglas sts.
Are Yes Gotaa to ths Mountains This
If an arranse your vacation so that you
can go with the Iowa and Nebraska coal
dealers on their special train excursion
leaving Omaha June 15. This party will
spend ten days in sight-seeing In the Rock
ies snd will have a grand, good time, iou
can enjoy this opportunity and If you wish
to remain longer your ticket will De gooa
until October 31. Write or see R. E. Har
ris. Secretary, 330 Board of Trade Bldg..
Low Roand-Trlp summer Rates
Via Chicago Great Western Railway to St.
Paul, Minneapolis, the Cannon Valley Lakes,
Duluth aud ths Superiors. Tickets good to
return October SI. For dates ot sale and
other Information apply to any Great West
ern agent, or J. P. Elmer, Q. P. A., Chi
Send articles of incorporation, notices of
stockholders' meetings, etc.. to Ths Bes.
Ws will glvs them proper legal insertion.
B.o telephone, $3$.
Publish your legal notices la Ths Weekly
Bee. Telephone lit. ,
Shampooing and halrdrcesing, l;o, at the
Bathsry. Jlt-120 Bee Building. TeL 171.
Appropriate graduation gifts. Edholm.
Baia'l Burns for cemetery vases.
Ladies' & Misses' Trimmed Hats 3.95
We have prepared for Thursday's selling
a most magnificent line of white snd nat
ural shade body hats, shaped and wired
Into the soft, drooping Cape May effects,
now so popular. The trimmings are in
white and the new color combinations.
goods are priced in Chicago and
York houses at a great deal more
than our figures-Thursday
$3.50 Trimmed Hats $1 50
400 trimmed hats for ladles and misses,
trimmed In excellent style, with all of the
newest color and natural combinations.
These goods are mostly In light summer
shades and should be priced at -4 J f
I3.G0, Thursday lrOvl
treet ats nd Sailors 25c (
All of our $1.50 and $1 Street Hats,
Including our 60c quality white") J
Jap. braid sailors, Thursday.. iOC
5,000 bunches flowers and foliage,
Thursday only 6c a bunch; not a
bunch, worth less than f?
23c and up to 75c, at Ow
Skirts and Suits.
Walking una tioii Ktris, a
large lot of good, heavy Melton cloth
skirts, with fancy corded flare and
wide tucked flounces, oxford and
gray, new styles,
very special ,
Ladies' $20 and $25 Tailor
Made Suits $10.
' We have taken all the broken lots
and odd sizes In suits worth up to $25,
including all the new styles, cloths
and colors, many silk lined through
out, and we give you
choice of the entire lot for. .
line of Aprons, made
25c Handkerchiefs 12k.
Manufacturer's sample line ot fine
Swiss handkerchiefs, beautifully em-
broldered and revere trimmed, lace,
drawn work and fine hem- -4 1
stitched effects, 25c quality, at 1 A2w
nets Tomorrow for 15o
Men's Oxfords $3.50
As a general rule $3.50 Oxfords are
not the up-to-date shoe a man wants
to wear. But here you will find a
line at $3.50 that combines style, wear
and comfort. The patent colt Oxford
we had last season gave universal
satisfaction. This year we have the
same quality leather In the new
styles styles that you will not find
at any other store. We're fully 6
months ahead of them all.
By the way, have you seen the new
Plcadllla freak, the latest Oxford.
Drexel Shoo Co.,
Omaha's TJp-to-dafe Shoo Boose,
14 IB FARNAM STREE1
The man who wears "Onlmod" shoes
Is always In a contented frame of
mind. They fit perfectly snd for
wearing value they can't be equaled.
A good, serviceable shoe that flta
properly and has the stylish appear
ance of the "Onlmod"' makes a man
happy a happy man makes a happy
Try a pair of ' "Onlmod" $3.60 or
$1.60 for men only. You owe It to
yourself to be happy.
205 8. 15th
$3.60 and $2.50 now and always.
1 WUI O.ST
THE SELLING OF THOSE
HANDSOME WALKING SKIRTS
'is Creating a Furore.
borders. They are handkerchiefs worth
V A N A MAKER
"The Foremost Tailoring House of
Made by the Tailor
who does all things right and charges
prices which are right. A man"s ap
parel can afford him much pleasure,
without any painful pangs coming
from the pockets. Our
Made to Order Clothing
is faultless in fit, stylish in cut, per
fect in workmanship 'and of excel
Only All-Wool Cloths Carried by Us.
122 S. I5th St of Dougla
There's An Attraction
about good beer that critical people admire,
and when it's Met' Hros.' beer It's ad
mired all the moi. because of the knowl
edge that It's PURE as liKER CAN BB
MADE, perfectly aged and of excellent
One quaff will convinces you that It s
the beer to please your palate and tickle
Aletz Bros. Brewing Co.
Or Jacob Neumayer, Agt.. cars Neumayet
Hotel. Council liluffs. Iowa.
We carry a full line
the following shades:
of Enamel Paints In
Pints, 35 c
H02 DOUGLAS STREET.
Oldest' Reliable Paint House In Omaha.
Postal Card Will Get It
AMPLE COPY OS" THE
Twentieth Century Farmer
Tbs Best Agricultural Ws.kly. Ad
dress, Oiuaha, hisb.
1 lTn fosftm
If you've visited .the Skirt department you'll easily under
stand why there's such enthusiasm and interest in the selling "f
these beautiful Walking Skirts for women for such an offering
is of rare occurrence and only possible at long intervals. There
was a reason for this sale an eastern skirt manufacturer, after
finishing filling his orders for the season, found that he had r00
skirts left on hand. Modern business methods made it neces
sary to dispose of these skirts before the season advanced any
farther. To do so meant a big reduction from regular pi-ices a
direct loss. The up-to-date manufacturer must encounter such
losses, however it's considered good business. It is well known
that "as we buy so we sell." The big saving we made is now
yours. The skirts are made from the very best quality of all
wool homespuns, in the favorite colors, light' and medium gray,
cut and made In the very latest' styles, with tailored seams and
12-inch tailor stitched flare flounce.
$7 and $8 are the prices at which these skirts were made
to sell at, and there is not a skirt
at least less than half ririce is the
they are priced while this special
THURSDAY MORNING we place on ale
CHIEFS. They are the samples of an
handsomely embroidered, some with
up to 35c, not one In the lot worth less than 20c.
It's a Fact
that we have fitted more people to shoes this week than any week during our
grand SHOE SLAUGHTERING SALE these prices are what do the business:
55c on the $1.00
16.00 men's and women's shoes in-patent leather, vlcl kid, "X
box calf, all new styles and shapes choice of II
entire lot i ws"v
$5.00 men's and women's shoes in all leathers, hand welts and
turns the latest styles
all go at
$4.00 Men's and women's shoes 2.20
$3.50 Men's and women's shoes 1.93
$3.00 Men's and women's shoes 1.65
$2.60 misses' shoes in patent leathers, vlcl kid Including H f fx
entire line of Jenness Miller shoes all go , 1'-
$2.00 Misses and children's choice ot entire -4 f
line, at 11U
You will never again have the opportunity to buy high grade shoes at
this price. Don't fall to attend the great wind up of our Quit Business sale.
The Rochester Shoe Co.,
1515 Douglas Street
THE LATEST CREATIONS
la' Traps, Runabouts and Stenhopes
"r Fine ' I jsmm I m
Goods and p"?s- Largest
Low Prices r&LcJv and Best
Will Solt Una In
You. vi.VJA2. Omaha
653 1 KIGf.1AH IMPLEMENT CO. ,SSU
THE REAL TROUBLE
so often with the eyes Is the glasses are not properly
fitted. Our optician thoroughly understands this line of
work and wM fit the Miasm that will take away the eye
strain that can hps to much dlneumfirt. The people of
Omaha know that we are reliable. Look for the name.
S. W. LINDSAY, The Jeweler,
1516 Douglas St.
Sodaonly 5c at
Shrader's Drug Store
24th and Seward.
AH cah come, the young, the old, the
fat, the lean, white or black, brown or yel
low, man or woman, sweetheart or wife.
Ws glvs ths best glass of soda for 60 In
Omaha; It's a 10c glass tor Sc. Don't forget
the name of
24tb and Beward Sts.
All drugs cut prices.
Musio Friday svenlng.
CP YOU ARE NOT SMOKING THE
Try one, then notice the fine Aroma of our present Havanjr
Tobacco and compare It with high priced Imported Cigars, a
F. R. Rice slsreaatUa Clear Co klaati tactursrs. Xt, Leula. Usiea Mads.
in the lot which isn't' worth ?7
L 111111 1M1 I UUltU
about 100 dozen WOMEN'S HANDKER-
eastern manufacturer. They are
lace trimmed edges and scalloped VJ IT
They go on sals Thursday at. .
For salads and table use.
Furs Imported Italian oil.
One-half pint Olive OH for table use.. 1CM
One pint Olive Oil for table use 6O0
One quart Olive Oil for table use $1.00
One-half gallon Olive Oil for table use. $1.75
One gallon Olive Oil for table uss $3.25
All the above put up In glass bottles (no
tin cans to rust), and FULL measurs no
fancy bottles containing about two-thirds
the amount represented by most all other
Myers-Dillon Drug Co.,
N. B. Remember to 'phono 150 for a
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