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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1905)
TITE OMAHA DAILY BEE: Bl'NDAY. Al'01'PT fi. IMS.
Choice of Entire Stock of J. H. EVANS (1517 Farnam Street, Omaha)
Not Once Before in the History of Omaha Has There Been Such a Sale as This. The Very Finest
Grades of Men's Furnishing Goods and Hats at Half Price.
Such a Chance May Never Occur Again
The Nebraska Shirt Co. stock was so enor
mous that we could not possibly show it all to
advantage -in one day. Many of the grandest
bargains of stock shown for the first time Mon
day. Everything new, everything HALF PRICE
rf ni rwni
The greatest opportunity ever offered in the
country to supply your immediate wants and
buy stylish clothes for fall wear also. The
Nebraska Shirt Co. carried the finest grade ex
clusive furnishings. Every piece of goods
right up-to-date. Everything HALF PRICE
All the Neb. Shirt Co.'s Men's
iMany new lots brought forward
for Monday fine silk vests,
imported pique, Irish linen and
and plain white vests,
in regular sizes and stouts, worth
$2.50, $3, $4 and $5, at JL
All .he Neb. Shirt Co..
All the Men's
chiefs worth up to 75c
All the UMBRELLAS
Canes at J Price
HIGHEST GRADE SHIRTS
From the Nebra.sk. Shirt Co.
New lots added to this matchless array of Men's
high quality Shirts Cluetts, Columbu?, Lion
brand and Savoy negligee and dress shirts
82.00, J2.50 and M.00 values at
Men's fine Shirts, In Monarch, Eureka and
CJuaker rity brands, Nebras
ka Slilrt Company price one
dollar and fifty cents,
Men's Shirts, Majestic, Incomparable, Ken
wood and Crown brands and
broken lots of highest grade
shirts, Neh. Shirt Co, price
!.. at, each
50c and 75c
All the Men's All Leather
Suit Cases Price
All the high grade John B.
Stetson and Yoirman's $3
hats, also all the Mlk lints and opera
hats from the Neb. Shirt Co. thnt
sold at $B and $8 each, at
All the men's stiff and
oft hats priced f 50
bjNeh. Shirt O
at 13 and 3.50,nt
All the men's 75c, CI and
Shirt Co., at.
All the Neb. Shirt Co's
Plain and fancy French lisle, and
lisle maco cotton, silk morcer
ized, black, white and colors,
worth 50c and 75c a pair, at, pair
All the Neb. Shirt Co's
All th Men's Barker 15c
Collars, at. , .
All the Barker 25c
Cuffs, at pair
All the Neb. Shirt Co'a
All the Men's $1.25 to C(n
S2.00 Xwkwpnr. at JUC
All the Men's 75c Neck
All the Men's 50c qual
ity Neckwear, at
All the Mens
All the $2.00 NlKht Shirts C
and Pajamas, at W
All the $1.50 Nijrht Shirts n Cp
and Pajamas, at ''
All the $1.00 NlKht Shirts Cfn
and Pajamas, at 7UC
All the Men's Finest
From the Nebraska Shirt Co.
Finest quality men's underwear made, Lewis,
' Canrarii and Friedman. Cooper's, Wilson
Ilros., ete.. wool and silk, wool im- C1 CJQ
ported nnd domestic, Neh. Shirt
Co. priee $ to $10 a suit, garment .
All the finest imported Underwear for men,
nilk mereerized and worsted, the Neh. C1
Shirt Co. priee from $4.00 to ?8.r0 jj
suit, at, per garment
Men's fine French I.isle, French lliilbrippnn and Amer
ienn silk t'nderwear, worth from ."c Tr CA
to $1 n garment, at, garment JjCmJ3C
Men's 50c 1'nderwenr In broken lots of better TP
grades, in one big lot at, parineiit ijC
ALL THE JEWELR.Y a.t HALF PRICE
All the silver and t?old stick pins and
scarf pins at naif Price.
All the men's watch fobs
(told and silk, worth to $j
All the Dutch silver fobs-
Gent's gold and oxydized CufT But
tons at Half Price.
Gent's pold filled collar buttons
pearl and 14k, filled worth no to
fifty can ts will E
SPECIAL LINEN SALE: BASEMENT
SAMPLE LINE FINE IMPORTED HUCK TOWELS Worth up
7.'.c; at, each
20c Bleached Turkish Towels, Ol 30c Bleached Turkish To els, P
at, each O2C at, each
fe-4 and 10-4 all pure linen Scotch Satin Damask Pattern Table 69.98
Cloths worth up to $4 extra special, at I "I
All the Men's $2 Union Suits in one I
lot, at 4I
A!l the Men's $3 Union Suits in one 150 I
lot. at 1
All the Men's $4 Union Suits in one
DRESS GOODS SPECIALS
All wool 50c and 75c man
ivisK and tailored
suitings, yv.rd JJ
50c a.nd 65c mohair vnd
f&ncy Sicii.&.n. (
AH 52-in. Sicilians, black,
fray, myrtle, nvy, A Q
brown, sold at 75c,jd
Cream and White Mohair,
85c and $1 radts,
Voiles, Eoliennes, Fancy Pana
mas, Silk Crepe, all Q
colors, sold to $1.50 ydUwC
Any Fancy Mohair and Sicilian
sold up to $1.50, QQp
yer yard 071
All Wool Ch&llies. light and
dark e (Toots, Dolly Var- fffc
dens, etc., regular 50o WZjC
Fine Wash Goods your choice
of any style or grade y C
sold up to 85o yd.
Fine quality wash laces and ln
sertlnfis all widths white, cream
and ecru, new patterns, at
Many In match sets nil widths,
embroideries and Inserting fresh
from the customs house worth up
to COc a yard, at
C tor Shoes on Sale in the Basement
All on big bargain squares
l;or Ladies' Black Kid Lace $2.00 Shoos Sale price 38 C
Tor Ladies' $3.00 Tan Oxford Ties Sale price SOC
For Men's $2.00 Black Low Shoes Sale price 30C
For Men's $2.00 Heavy Work Shoes Sale price 93C
For Boys' $2.00 Tan Calf Shoes Sale price ' QQc
For Girls' $2.00 Brown Kid Shoes Sale price 98C
Sale of Ladies' Sample Shoes
Regular $4 and 5 Shoes
i and JP
Special Silk Bargains
Entire Surplus Silk Stock High grade silks, light
shades, worth up to $2.50 handsome Shirt Waiat
Silks worth up to $1.25 Taffetas, black 4Cp Cft
and colors Imperial Glace, etc., at yd JC sZJ Q
$1.00 Quality Black
Bonnet Taffeta. 75c Yd.
25 pieces 22 inch wide guaranteed
Black Bonnet Taffeta, finest black
silk in the world, rcgu- 91
lav pnre always, $1.00, ft Qgm
Imperinl Glace Wash Taffeta, eight
shnnes in iieau de ygne, all col
ors, sTc quality. Hustling
tnffetns, etc., ninny worth
$1.00, on r.le at
We show nil colors in the best 27
inch wlile tnffeta ever offered for
wile, we guarantee every
yard to give best of ser
vice, prh'e only
OUR. JAPANESE CORNER, ARCADE
Hundreds of pretty Jap novelties just received see the
dainty Oriental ware.
Fred Fargo left on last Tuesday for a trip
E. O Nell, who putchuaed the C. B. Smith
home, has taki ri xmHtnlon.
A son wh horn to Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
CliudweU Sutuiilay, July 2!.
Mrs. I.oechner re turned liome from a
trip to Ashland last Tuesday.
Mrs. Wedgu entiTtalni-d at dinner last
week in Iioiut ol In r dautihttsr.
Kussell Williams, a one-Umn rraldent of
E.'ii-iun, vlslU'd uld frlfiuls la.t wri'k.
Mr. E. i". l-'ullnr- has commenced work
on the painting of the Mt-thodiHt church.
Services will ho held at the Methodist
Episcopal cliunii tuday at the usual hour.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wulff have re
turned tiuiu a two-weeks visit at t'awuee
J. Butler and granddaughter. Pearl, left
last Tuesday for a few days' visit In Mis
Mtsa Bea Hoffman has returned home
from a month spent In New York and other
Miss Anna Christiansen entertained a
, number of her friends at an Ice cream
, parly last Tuesday.
i Mrs. James Howard and two daughters
left last Thursday fur the east, where they
will spend the summer. ,
The complaint which was taken to the
county court against Mr. Dellls has been
dismissed by the Judge.
Mrs. J. L. Revey entertained at her home
last week Mrs Thetru, Mrs Naylur and
George Howell of Omaha.
The Ladies' Aid iolet will meet at the
fMelhodtst Kplxcopal cliurch next YVedne-
I day afternoon tor Hvecutl business..
' Mrs. William Johnson and daughter left
! last Wednesday for like Okolxijl. where
ahe will Join her sister during this month.
Mrs. O. E. Engler and children, who have
' ben vWlting at the home of Mrs. Wedge.
left last week for their home In Plain-
' Mr. and Mra. Sick entertained a number
of friends and relatives at their home last
1 Sunday. In honor of Mr. Su k'a birthday an-
Mrs. Fred Fargo and slsrer. Miss Osle
Stringer, returned home last week from
. a visit among friends and relatives In
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fuller entertained
during the week their relatives, Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Fuller of Ashtand, and Mlsa
Margaret Stewart of Ohio.
During the week an Inspection for the
locaUou for Ui w water plant baa been
made. TheCamenzend place ts looked upon
as a favorable place. Nothing definite has
been done up to date.
A German Ringing; club has been organ
lied by about eight of the German cltl
lens of Bettson. The club meets at the
home of Henry Hercker and la open to
others who wish to Join.
During the election last Tueaday at the
town hall a collection for the repainting
of fhe Methodist Episcopal church was
taken. A Bum of J71 and some paint was
received. The work haa now commenced.
Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Carter entertained at
a hayrack larty last week in honor of
their granddaughter. Edith Carter of
Omaha. After a pleasant ride the pirty
had Ice cream and cake at the home of
A daughter was torn on Tuesday to Mr.
and Mrs. N. A. Buck.
Several new houses are in process of con
s', ruction in different parts of the village.
Mrs. T. K. Hunter returned during thu
week from a visit to her mother lu In
diana. Mr. and Mra. A. 8. Fielding and son of
Lincoln. Net., are the guests for the rest
of the summer of Mr. and Mrs. VV. H.
Mr. Charles Scott and famllv moved on
Tuesday Into the house owned bv Mr.
Chapman on Cass street between Foi ty
eigih and Forty-ninth streets.
Mr. R. C. Peters haa been quite 111 for
a few days with a severe cold and fevei.
Little Miss Addle Deems entertained
a number of her school friends Saturday
Mra. K. V. Heaford is spending the re
mainder of the i summer at the summer
cottage. Oak Knoll, at Madeline island.
Luke Superior. Mr. Ilea fold will Join her
lur a time.
Under the auspices of the Junior En
deavor society of the Dundee Presh teflai
church u deliglitful entertainment was
given at the church Thursday evening.
I Music and recitations were given by both
oumiee ana omana artists.
Mrs. C. Bell of Walnut Hill visited friends
here on Thursday.
Mrs. Charles Syas has been on the sick
list the past week.
Mrs C. P. White, with her two sons,
called on her mother here on Thursday.
Ralph Spoerrl la Improving slowly. Th
services of the trained nurse have 1 n
Mrs. Nelson Pratt and daughter, Miss
Minnie, were guests of home folks here th?
first of the week.
Miss Mae Syas was the guest of her
friend. Mtsa Mabel Anthony, In the country
the Aral of the week.
home on Wednesday evening from their
month's visit with relatives at Fairfield. Ia.
The Misses Grace and Ivy Blake reft on
Friday for their summer varation, and will
visit relatives In Chicago and other eastern
Miss Edith Darling, who has been Keep
ing house for Mrs. CockereJl during the lat
ter's ubsence from the city, returned home
Rev. William Gorst filled the pulpit at
Southwest cliurch on Sunday evening ow
ing to the serious Illness of the pastor.
Rev. Mr. Luce.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Aughe celebrated their
ninth wedding anniversary at Rlvervlew
park. Saturday, July a, with friends from
out of the city.
Mrs. Bennett and children left on Sat
urday for their home at Img Pine, after
a pleasant visit with their friends, Mr. and
Mrs. M. t-averty.
Mrs. E. Rder and daughter, Mrs. M.
Scrlbner, and son. Harry, of Chicago, have
been the guests of the Honewltz and Grants
families the past week.
The Indies' Aid society met at the home
of Mrs. J. E. Bonewtt on Thursday and
neurlv completed a large quilt. An excel
lent dinner was provided by the hostess.
There were fifteen In attendance. Receipts
were 2.Ji. The next meeting of the society
will be with Mrs. Bert Uantz, on Thursday,
August 17. '
Mrs E. D. Christian of Lincoln Ms here
visiting her mother, Mrs. Green.
Will Tucker, who underwent an opera
tion recently, is but very little better.
The baby of Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Tucker
ha been sick for the past few days.
William Wedback, E. Wedback and L.
Rourche were guvSts of the family of Wil
liam pulte Sunday afternoon.
M. B. Thompson went to Hecla, 8. D,
Saturday afternoon to look up some cattle
for the South Omaha markets.
Mrs. Archer of Columbus, Neb., spent a
couple of days here this week, the guest
of ills. Sophia M. Grossman.
Antoue Gahart and William Fisher, both
of Omaha, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
William Pulte Sunday evening.
Mrs. W. E. Taylor and son left Wednes
day f r Shenandoah, la., where they will
visit Mrs. Taylors parents fur a couple
Mrs. Mary J. Davidson, who has been
here the past two months visiting her
nephew. W. R. Wall, returned 10 her home
at Kansas City on Tuesday. -
A gasoline stove explosion In the Tucker
hotel Friday afternoon called out the tire
rieartme!il. The stove was thrown out
before any great damage was done.
Clarence Wall left Tuesday morning for
Kvansvllie. Inn . wnere he will spend
Scot Leach la In his place at J. S. Paul's
atore until his return
Mrs. James R. Glbbs of Santa Barhana,
Cal., spent several days here the past
week, going to St. Paul. Minn., on Tues
day, where her parents reside. They .vill
accompany her to her western hoeie, wheio
they will reside In the future.
George Stalon went to Zinc, Ark., Tues
day morning, going via Eureka Springs.
While there he will look up some land
and will probably purchase. His brother-in-law,
Henry Peterson, a former store
keeper of this place, is located there.
Councilman George Sorensen returned
Tuesday from a month's sojourn on the
Pacific coast. He spent a few days at
the Lewis A Clark exposition and visit
ing with Peter Larson, a former resilient
of this place, who lives at Tacoma, Wash.
The citv council held a special meeting
Monday night and took action In putting
In a permanent sidewalk on the east side
of he public park and ordered In a perma
nent wulk on the north side of lot 1 and lot
t, block 44, E. D. Vancout t secured the con
tract for putting In the walk.
The Florence Improvement club met
Wednesday night. Several new members
were added to the list. The matter of set
ting out trees on the Fifth street boule
vard was taken up. A committee was ap
pointed to get the grades and curb lines
on this street, so there would be a uni
formity In putting out the trees.
POLICE PUT AN END TO DANCE
and Youdi Girls Havlaaj
High Old Time in n
Mr. V. C. Heusman and children returned oioiuU vuliiug hU mother and relatives.
A dance In the saloon of Joe Wasko, Thir
teenth and Dominion slrceta, was broken
up by the police last night shortly before
midnight. A large crowd had gathered in
the place and the police say that about
twenty-five young girls, ranging In age from
15 te 18 years, were in the place, sitting
around on beer kegs and conducting them
selves In anything but a respectable man
ner. Sergeant Sigwart, Officers McCarthy
and Morrison went to tlx) place and placed
the proprietor under arrest aad ordered the
girls to go home.
The dance had lieen advertised extensively
through the week and all were having a
boisterous time when the officers entered
and placed Wasko under arrest and order-d
the place closed. Wasko was taken to the
station, charged with keeping s disorderly
house, and will be arraigned on this rhafge
Monday morning In police court. The sa
loon will remain closed uatil further eideis.
ECHOES CF THE ANTEROOM
Rathbone Sisters. Lillian temple No. 1,
will give a picnic at Krug's park Wednes
day, August 8. A royal good time is
Royal Achates' Sociable.
Omaha lodge No. 1, Royal Achates, will
give the regular monthly entertainment
for members and friends otj next Tuesday
evening, August 8, at Royal Achates hall.
Seventeenth and Douglas streets. Good
music for dancing, cards for those who
wish to play. Refreshments of Ice cream
and cake will be served.
SAMSON HOLDS AN ELECTION
Asks Public to Help film Decide on
Kame for His Fall Street
Streets of Cibola.
King a highway,
Tribe of Ben Hnr.
Omaha Court No. 110 Initiated several
members last Tuesday night and received
several applications. This court will give
a picnic for Its members and friends, also
any visiting members, at Hanscom park,
August 12, afternoon and evening. There
will be games, refreshments, etc. Members
are requested to bring well filled lunch
baskets for themselves and families.
Omaha tent No. 75, Knights of the Mac
cabees, met In regular revft'W on last
Thursday night with about sixty Sir
Knights present. A large number of appli
cants were elected to membership and five
candidates were shown the "safer route."
The tent will put on the drama "Sons of
Maituthlus" In the near future and ar
rangements will be made accordingly. The
picnic committee reported that the picnic
was a success financially and a nice sum
was cleared. On next Thursday night
there will be another class for the degree
Clan Gordon No. 63. Order of Scottish
Clans, met Tuesday evening and had three
new (applications. Institutions were given
to the delegate who will represent the clan
at convention in Nw York City on August
IS. All arrangements are completed for
the coming picnic to Blair on Labor day,
September 4. and tickets are selling fast.
From a total of 1.1M names the above
list of ten have been selected by a com
mittee as being the best suggested as
names for the amusement street of the
Ak-Sar-Ben full festivities.
After Samson offered a prize of Jll) to
the person sending In an acceptable name
for the carnival grounds he found the task
of deciding on a name more onerous than
he at first thought. He then had a capias
issued for three newspaper reporters and
gave them carte blanche to devise a scheme
for the selection of a name.
Every person Is entitled to one vote and
will be allowed but one vote, which must
be sent on a postal card to receive con
sideration. Voters may vote for any one
name of the above list and may vote for
but one name. The vote will close 'August
31, and from time to time the list of names
will he published, with the standing of
the vote. Postal cards should be addressed
to Samson, P. O. box 777, Omaha. Voters
may reside anywhere to be eligible to
In the selection of the list of ten names
the committee has no knowledge us to the
Identity of the contestants, as Simson num
bered the Xil letters he Vecclved, copied
the 1.1 ij names suggested and turned the
names over to a committee consisting of
Burke Sinclair of the World-Herald, Or
vllle Strain of the Dally News and Ed
Black of the Bee.
As soon as the vote shall have been
closed the $10 prize will be awarded to the
sender of the name receiving the highest
popular postal card vote.
Baxter I.ofi FlahliiK. -
I'nited Htates District Attorney hixter
polished un his fishing rod, borrowed a
gun. put Ware Hall and some halt under
Ids arm and left ha I unlay morning for the
Klamath Indian reser va'ion In Oregon to
hunt and nh until September 1. Attorney
Baxter goes on this trip as the soacisI
i guest of the Indian agent and It has been
told him that a large number of trout and
other flnh h.i e been corraled and are wait
ing for him. He takes Mr. Hall along to
prove his -' 'rles.
BUSY DAY WITH THE BOYS
Probation Officer Dernateln Has
Lively Saturday with Youth
Testerday was a busy day for Chief Pro
bation Oftlcer Bernstein nt the detention
school. Several days ago Arnold Solomon,
a 14-year-old boy who has been an lninat
of the school, escaped from the conflte 1
of the Institution and sought another . i .
of abode. Last night Mr. Bernstein found
the boy out at Courthtnd Beach, and i: r
mediately took possession of him and te
turned him to the school. Later he i ,
fessed to have broken Into the groc t
store of H. Klsasser, 191'4 Vinton Mm '.
In company with a number of other 1"
and stealing a quantity of canned gi." c
together with some pennies and f" '
candy. He haa told of several other 1
who were with him at the time ami t
will le taken Into custody.
About 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon M
Bernstcln was culled to the Burling' '
stntion to take charge of a 9-year old t
who had arrived on an afternoon tr
from Plattsmouth. The lad slat, s 1 t
some one put him on the train m Hat
mouth and left him. telling him to v 1
off at Omaha. His name la Charley Lot ;
and at one time lived at Sldnej. !
mother died last winter, and Imio. Il .t
after, he says, his father gave Ion.
man residing In 1'latlsmouth, but was
able to tell the name of ihe fundi. . 1
whom he had been living. The b. 1
be given a hoijie at the detention y
Indefinitely ;nu the case will be t. .
These two cases, together with a n .: '
of oilier petty thievery which ha1 1
going on among the boys who up
"Mogy'a" protecting wing, have k 1 1 '
probation officer busy for a int.. I
The McKlnley club will meet at hji
rmal dinner at toe Calumet on M 1'
veiling at ft o clock sharp AU lueu.b- IS
re requested to be present.
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