Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 19, 1906, EDITORIAL SECTION, Image 9
The Omaha Daily Bee. AstvcrtlM In THE OMAHA DEE Best & West EDITORIAL SECTION. ' Pages flta16. ESTABLISHED JUNE 19, 1871. OMAHA, SATURDAY MC-UNIXO, MAY IP, 1906. SINGLE COPY THREE CENTS. Hwat OMAHA WKATIIER FORECAST HTl'HIAV FAIIt Ar ."AC. PLi l .Lf J GREEN TRACES STAMPS EVERY TIS4E Remarque Proof Etchings $4.98 Framed in rich brown chest nut mouldings, specially designed frames, white torchon mats, values up to $12, sale price AO Saturday a0 y A suitable Wedding Gift a Picture for the Home. Visit Our Art Gallery. PYROGRAPHY BARGAINS. 40c Glove and 'Kerchief Boxes. . . C 25o Frames, oval 1 f2 and square IOC 90c Photo Q . Boxes jJfy $1.85 Dresser 1 Boxes $1.50 Phyro QO Points., J3 Outfits, $5.00, I ir Q . $3.25 and I.U J Send for our latest catalog. New Books at 49c "THE PRODICAI. SOX," by Hall Calnc (1 .."0 edition. "THE PIT," by Frank Norrls pub- llshed formerlv t ll.SOi. "TUB LEOPARD'S SPOTS," by Thou. Dixon (pih. formerly et II. SO). "SIR HENRY MORI A N" (Bnraneeri. by Cyrus Townsend Brady. (OriKlnal ll.fjn edition.! "I.ITTI-K SHKPHKRD OF KINGDOM COMB" ifnrmerlv published mi 1.50. VTK HAVF. MANY OTHER LATr3 ROOKS OF FICTION Atir- 51.no editions t SEND FOR LIST OF NEW SPRING FICTION. BOOK SBCTION-MAIN FLOOR. And Now It's About All In! BURNS' CROCKERY All Moved to Our Building, and There'll be Many Pieces Gotten Ready Every Day For We Mutt Clean This Stock Up Quick. Hundreds and hundreds of odd pieces Dinner Sets, Toilet Sets, pieces of China of all kinds, Tea Pots, Sugars, Creams, etc., etc. Prices start at lc and go up 2c, 3c, 5c, 10c, etc., etc. HT 1 - o..j.,.. . 4i. ok x and 40c. each at 15c and."C S i Dnlv nrinnt 9(10 irnmfi nrlv if vou want one of these. One lot of White Hotel Ware will be ready Sat urday. Just about 2,000 pieces Plates, dozen, 85c and 75c Individual Bakers, dozen 60c Meat Platters, dozen 60c Bowls, dozen 90o Ice Water Jugs, each 17c Butter Pads, dozen 20c O 1 I Unhandled Cups and Saucers, dozen COc One cask French China Dinner Sets opened, out of Burns' stock. These are beautiful China, pretty green decoration, stippled with gold, 'I'J AA a $45.00 set for &A33 Only four of these to sell. Lots of odd Cups, at 5o and 3c Odd Saucers, at 2c and lc Odd Plates at (lc, 5c and 4c Etc., Etc., Etc. All the Dinner Sets that are left will be closed out Satur- aay at, a set, iz.w, a.uu, &liier iV, JSi To1iiflc wa will r nVln "Lv C A 0 '4 OMAHA WKATHKR r'OUKC AST SATl U1AY FAIR D) T" .'1 T TT T W T "1 COAL OFFICE TRANSFER BOOTH. Cigars Cigars ta. cAt.nrn, cigar ! for., an Imported ftc l' for 'V 25c $2i I riTTSRI RO KID8-A good Ef stogie- for IOW And Thirty Green Trading Stamps. TATTFRSON S SEAL Cl'T O 4 PLIO S-o. tin - And Five Green Trading Stamps. PORC. S MIXTCRK-A blit V-r Bc k1o ruck for JW CIGARS By the hox-.V) Tor for and up KKX WEST nv:SAOOES A rlar Havana bc. atralght 2SC WE WHOLESALE CIGARS AND TOBACCO. Saturday Brins ii Shoes Old Gentlemen's Vici Kid, plain toe, PA Southern ties Jll Men's Vici Kid Prince Alberts, soft PA and easy to get on. Men's Welted Sole Work Shoes, y rn Bellows tongue, plain toes or tips. . ,iJU Ladies Patent Colt Plain Toe Gibson Ties, with large eyelets, $3.00 value, 2 00 Misses' and Children's Oxfords, Strap Sandals or Ribbon Ties, at $2.00, $1.75, QOn $1.50, $1.35 and ZOC Unlimited variety of Ladies', Misses' and Children's White Canvas, Calf or Kid Ties, of all shapes and all prices. We will give a check, calling for a Dish of Bennett's Delicious Ice Cream, with each pair of Ladies', Misses' or Children's Oxfords, Slip pers or. Low Shoes all day Saturday. Millinery! Millinery! Captivating Bargains for Saturday's Special Selling All $4 and $5 Hats will be placed on tables just about fifty of them will be closed out 4 QR each, A All $3 ami $3.50 Hats will also be pl-aced on table not very many of these, but all will be closed JCj out at, choice 1 Street Hats Beautiful line, latest styles, marked yp to $2.50 your choice Saturday This Is Positively the Most Engaging Bargain Sale of Millinery i of the Season Carpets and Rugs for Saturday RUGS0xl2, regular 15.98 9x12, regular $27.50 18.75 in beautiful Ori- 27.50 PALISADE BRUSSELS $1!.50 value; Saturday, at WILTON VELVET RUGS values; Saturday, at. .' ' SANFORD BEAUVAIS-9xl2, ental patterns, all shades, choice MATTINGS CHINA MATTINGS-Worth 18c, at , CHINA AND JAPANESE MATTINGS Worth 22c, at. CHINA MATTINGS Worth 30c, at JAPANESE MATTINGS-Worth 35c, at .' 12ic :15c 22c 25c Specials irv Hard ware Saturday Rig Salr on Shovel nl Sple UeRular 65c goods J CI Saturday nfJC Pcroon Door, all Mze. complet with hinges and ecrewa, QQ up from kOC Srrrn Windows and Frames, up from C Screen Wire Cloth, best 1 1 quality, per f-qtiare foot. . . .liC Spct-lal prices on rolls. Poultry Wire, beat quality, per aquare foot ,...5C Galvanized Washtuba. j q T2c, 64c, 66c and vOC And 40 Green Trading Stamp. Extra good Ice Tongs COC And 20 Green Trading Ktamps. Ice Picks A for IOC And 10 Green Trading Stamp. Screen Door Hlngea and f n Screws, 15c and JL And 10 Green Trading Starapa. DON'T !KLAV VOIR PAINTING. Paint now and Improve your property 80 per cent by using Ben nett's Prepared PaJnta, Leada, Oiltt and Varnishes. POITLE C3KEKN TRADING STAMPS OX A LI j PAINTS SAT I'UUAY. JAP-A-LAC Is 1h- only Tarnish Mtain to make your old wood work look like new. Come In twelve color. Price, from 92.00 to 15c. THE GREAT SILK SALE SATURDAY Over 25,000 new, fimaft and stylish silks in beautiful shades, not I. d- -naged si ks but every yard clean and perfect worth (for one day only, Satur- j 59c to $1.3f i yard (for ' day) yard, 39c and. 29c 75 c ' inch hew" gray mixed suitings, in dark, medium and light colorings, suitable for jacket suits and separate '" skirts, worth $1 a yard, a yard, only finest imported fancy mohairs, in invisible plaids, fancy ) checks, delicate stripes and figures, dots and melange ef fects, beautiful glossy lustre and firm texture, ftf) sold at $1.50 to $2.50 yard, sale price, a yard OC Black Dress Goods Black Panama, all wool, crisp PA finish, dust proof, sold at 75c yard, a yard, only. . J"v Saturday's Great Bargain in Embroidery Imported all over embroideries, in fine nainsook and cambric, 18 to 20 inches wide, all desirable patterns for nobby waists C regular 75c to $1 value, for this sale only, yard. . . JUC Good Values in Our Glove Section The celebrated Diamant French kid gloves, 16 button length, glace finish, in fi "Z black and white, every pair warranted, special, pair. Silk and Lisle Glove Bargain Imported pure silk gloves, and French lisle gloves, two button, modes, browns, greens, plum, gray, white and black, regular 69o value, Crt-e, all go Saturday, a pair ..JUG Fancy Neckwear and Lingerie Largest assortment of ladlea' fancy atock collar, plain, embroidered, lace and silk and lace trimmed; linen lawn turnovers, prettily embroidered, and collar and cuff seta; alio pretty lace and embroldeted chemisettes, this entire lot i worth to 50c each, all on bargain table Saturday, each JC rseantiful Lace Sleeve Elbow lace sleeves, made of pretty Val laces and Insertion proper thing for short aleeve waists, regu lar 76c and $1.00 vaMien, special sale, a pair IUC Big Pnrchaa of Face Veilings Cheap Fifty, pieces of plain and fancy mesh veilings, with or without dots, all the new'sbades, f worth to 60e a yard, Saturday, a yard UC Big Wash Goods sale for Saturday 25c to 35c white goods, 19c. 25 pieces white waisting, checked and striped madras and dotted Q Swisses, worth 26c and 35e, all one price. Saturday, a yard. . . . 1.VC 26c Suiting at 10c a yard All our fine lustre silks, Morwood Suitings, . Henly serge and wool finished batistes, worth to 25c yard, r Saturday all ro at one price, a yard UC Sale of Bed Hheet 60 doxen full slse bed sheets, made of a heavy linen finished muslin, for one day only, at Sale of Bed Spreads 100 full size crochet bed spreads, with y ( good heavy Marseilles patterns, special for Saturday, each ... S DC 49c WALL PAPER llXO ENT BALB-ABSOLt'TELY AT C08T-Flret-claM line of Tapi- trlra, EUki. Florala. Two-Tone. Puplei and Erabrnwd Paper all at coat, i Good that are peinrtta and up-to-date, formerly sold for 1 1 to :6c per toll, go Haturday, per roll. 30c to 10c. A $2 00 or over purchase bring you 100 Grn Trading Stamp. A I&.00 or over purchaae brtnaa you tut Green Trading Stamps. THIRD FLOOR. THIRD FLOOR. LADIES' WHITE SKIRTS The per fect forms finest shrunk duck, O gores, 2 folds on bottom, a regular $3 Kkirt, only 100 for Satur- f Cf urday, at 1IU ANOTHER SALE LADIES' WAISTS, 8ATIKUAV AT 48C India linon and lawn waists, lace trimmed, white embroidered linon and black lawn waists, values 7oc to 91.00, 4fi. all go at rOC LADIES' CHINA SILK Special re duced sale for Saturday only White and black with finest French Val lace and embroidery, trimming, slices 82 to 42, a 83.UO 1 CI ft waist, at It JO LADIES' PETTICOATS The great est value ever offered the ladles of Omaha. AT 50C The new shadow cloth In fast black, deep ruffloa and flounce, a' dollar skirt for. . AT 80C Finest dull finish double roftlea and flounce, a dollar fifty skirt for AT 92.25 The elegant heatherbloom cloth, light as a feather and durable as steel, black, silver gray, hello Alice green, old roae and sea foam green, Saturday, 2 25 LADIES' WHITE TAILORED SPITS A nobby eton suit, all white, and with Alice blue trimming, gored cir cular skirt, pleated front C CI C and back, at DtJD PONY JACKET SUIT White and with Alice blue trimming, stitched seams, self buttons and (IP vertical straps , 0J 50c sateen, 89c BENNETT'S BIO GROCERY Saturday's Money Saving List Extra Help Extra Deliveries Mets MeaLts Omaha's Most Reliable Market, Every thing Guaranteed. Pork Loins, lb. 10c Leaf Lard, 12 lbs. for $1.00 Choice Sirloin Roast, from choice native steers, lb., 120 and 10c Choice Rib Roast, of best qual ity steers, rolled, all bones out, lb., 121, and 10o No. 1 Rib Boiling Beef, 10 lbs. for .......25c chickens! chickensT Strictly freah dreented young "I 1 1 Chickens, guaranteed, lb.... 1 i."C Guaranteed Strictly fresh dressed Spring Chickens, broilers, 5Qc HAMS. HAMS. Thirty Oreen Trading Btampa with the I'niiwifiM i-nmce regular iiarr.a: Cudahy s Diamond C Hums, at Cudahy's Rex Hams, at R-x Bacon, at 12c I2jc Mil of Baanstt's Tlour, nark 91.30 And Forty Green Trading Stamps. Java and Mocha Coffee, 3 lha 91.00 And Fifty Gren Trading Stamps. Teas, uaeorted, pound 88a And Forty Groen Trading Stamps. Bennett's Capitol Baking Powder, pound can 944 And Twenty Green Trading Stamps. Omar Baked Beuna, 3 large cans 85o And Ten Green Trading Stamps, atosa Busbas, hardy, perpetual, aa- aorted, each, 10o and ..6a HIASQVAXTZU TO CKZZBB. New York Full Cream Cheese, b 90s And Ten Green Trading Stamps. Virginia Swiss Cheese, lb 99o And Ten Green Trading Stamps. Brick Cheese, full rream, In 900 And Ten Green Trading Stamps. Bayles" After Dinner Cheeee, Jar 94e And Ten Green Trading Stamps. BUTTKK1 BUTTEB1 BUTTSBt Bennett's Capitol Oraamary tna but vr pound brick full weight 93a TBBB ICS COLD BVTTEBKXZ,aT TO BYBBYOVB VISIT ! BUTTEB SECTION. Minute Jella Crysta, assorted. 3 pkgs.96o And Ten Green Trading Stamps. Sea Island Clams, S ran fl5o Walker's Chicken Tamales, can 19Vfce And Five Green Trading Stamps. Walker's Chill Con Came, can 19Ho And Five Green Trading Stampa. Plamond S German Mustard. Jar 10c And Five Green Trading Ktamps. Diamond H. French Mustard. Jar lOe And Five Green Trading Stampa. Worcester Table Sal:, two aarks 10e And Ten Green Trading Stamps. TTnol Sam's Baked Beans, 3 large cana.tSo 10-pound aack Yellow Cornmeal 18o And Ten Green Trading Stamps. Pure Strained Honey. Jar lHo And Ten Green Trading Stamps. Table Syrup, S-lb. can HHe And Ten Green Trading Stamps. Corn, can So Peas, ran So Oil Sardines, can So Diamond S Preserves. Jar lOo Table Svrup, can loo Bennett's Bargain Soap, 10 bars..9So Bennett's Capitol Vanilla Extract, bottle iSo And Ten Green Trading Stamps. Bennett's Capitol Imnn Extract, hof.lSo And Twenty Green Trading Stamps. Jell-O. assorted. 3 pkgs 98a And Ten Green Trading Stampa. Kippered Herring, can 90e And Ten Green Trading Stamps. Mt. Klneo. M.. Corn. 2 cans 9So And Twentv Green Trading Stamp. BintZTT'l CABTST BECTXOB. Snelal Bala Assorted Ohocolata Frapp Flavors. Anrlcnt. CnfTre. Pineapple, Tapberrv. Bitter Sweet. Walnut Ton. Maple, Tart. Strawberry lb. box....50o And Twenty Green Trading Stamp. rmtriTS abid tboetablzb ybesx , SAXZ.T. X.ttno, Badishas, Onions, Ouoambsrs, Orang, Btrawbanias. Plaaappla BpacUl Several hundred to sell a long ua supply lust, each. Irto nl THc Cucumber large size, each So an "Lion Brand", Hirsch Wickwirc & Co., Brokaw Bros., Kohn Bros., Union Label, Perfection Young Men's Bennett's Guaranteed Label SUITS SOLD UP TO $30, $ P $ 50 $ A J $50 AT Li!) Jiu j JL v d I Sacks, Bouble Breast, Frocks, Prince Alberts-Choice of Any Suit in Our House at Above Prices Dutchess Trousers, ZLmn CHILDREN'S CLOTHING 3 to 16 years, special priced suits at $4.95, $3.95, J, JJ ODD AND SLIGHTLY SOILED VESTS-Worth $2.00 and Q 1r $1.50, at aJV BEST LINE OF 50o SHIRTS IN THE CITY-MAIN AISLE. OUR REGULAR SATURDAY SPECIAL-50c White Muslin Night Shirts for 39c 50c Suspenders 37c And' Thirty Green Trading Stamps. 50c Balbriggan Underwear, (Main Aisle) 35c 100 Shirts, odds and ends 29c And Ten Green Trading Stamps. Boys' Hose 12o And Five Green Trading Stamps. Mohair, silk, madras and all the other materials made up in the negligee shirts for summer $3 down to... $1.00 Men's and Boys' Caps, worth 50c, Saturday only 25c Children's white Tarns and Caps at 50c and 25c Men's, boys' and children's straw hats, all styles, shapes and braids, $2.00 down to 10c Panama Hats, at $2.50 SOME NEWSPAPER BLUNDERS B.ack mt rr4 Err.ra for Wblck i tk Frafar Gt Wksit Waa Cl Mlaa. At) old New York nawspapar man. now turned farmer, hPt a scrap book In which for years h pa,td hundreds of the typo, graphical blunder and other errors that always annoy, but sometimes amuse, news paper writers. A few .election from this collection are given here to show that vagaries of the lypee and blunders which writers sometimes make when driven at top epved may be Compared favorably with soiut of the current humor of the day. It was a New Tork newspaper which announced that "A long Una of aoorplon'a feathers filed Into the church" instead of "suralleed fa'hers.' - A Journalist ocoe fa mous under the pre name of "Oath" wrote a Fourth of July article, in which he told with fervid eloquence how the effete monarchies of the old world trembled In their boots when they read the Immortal declaration penned by Thomaa Jefferson "Thrones reeled," he began a sentence, and next morning he wUhed he hadn't when he saw In cold type "Thomas reeled." A daily newspaper up the Hudson re ported the speech of g Fourth of Ju'.y orator who had something to ay about the "Flat of the Almighty." It got Into the paper "the fit of the Almighty." The Winnipeg Times, on the death of a reverend gentleman, meant to aay "the death of a prelate." but printed "the death of a pliate." A Cardiff newspaper, report ing the sermon of the Re. Dr. Mellor he fore the Congregational uulon, where the eleraymaa spots of "Women clothed with sanctity," by an unfortunate transposition of the "c" printed the phraee, "Women clothed with acantlty." A London paper said that Ernest Renan had occasion to telegraph across the Brit ish channel the title of a lecture he was to deliver In Weatmlnater Abbey. The title aa written by him was "The Influence of Rome on the Formation of Christianity." It was published in England as "The In fluence of Rum on the Digestion of Hu manity." It wa In a New York paper's report of a political meeting that the word "shouts" whs so ludicrously misprinted as to make the blunder famous. "The snouts ef 10.000 democrats rent the air," read the report. A local reporter wrote that Dr. Taltnage cloeed his services with the hymn, "Nearer, by God, to Thee." but the blunder was caught oa the fly la the proof room and did not get Into the paper. At the time -of tne Meeker massacre in Colorado a Ol'pa'ch from the west attributed the tragedy to the farmers having "pulled down the In dians' tents and corrals." One paper put It Into type as "pulled down the Indians' beets and carrot." , The old-time reporter, with the howl for copy ringing In hi ears, sometimes perpe trated remarkable Kngliih. A young Chi cago new gatherer wrote of a man who had died of asphyxiation: "Mr. Johnson wa found reclining on tpe bed while hi leg extended o e the floor and toward the outer edge of the room." A Chicago dally found a little boy who, according to ua veracioua chronicler, was very dead. Indeed. The wrote wrote: "The boy waa quite dead. No e IT one could re suscitate him In the least." This Is quits as good aa the "ban suUe4 from a feuilleton In the Pari Figaro, which ran: "Not a cry did she utter nor give any sign of life, not even when her brother-in-law put his hand to her heart and said to Vaque, 'She Is dead.' " . A steady and venerable evening Journal solemnly informed Its readers In a com plimentary notice of the Catholic Fireside that "Ha stories are not of a nature to de stroy the morals of the youngect child." Tills I what till tendon Globe called "an Inadvertent:" "I'.v " Inadvertence our recent notice of Dr. Mcaulay"s new book commented on the absence of liluotra tlon as a defect. V now find, however, that it contain twelve wood cut of much merit." The editor of a Penuaylvania country weekly began a leader with a remark that "Mr. Thomas, In his iddreee at the conven tion, merely let our people knew how un. well he fit to cope with Josh Allen on the stump. il will only prove a political morsel for Allen to chaw up." The rival newspaper printed the paragraph with the heading In circus placard letters, "How Unwell Ho Is Fit." New York Bun. Bee Want Ada Are Butlneas Roonters. Still Servee He Perpoar. "Say," complained the ctranser, stepping Inside the drug store, "this weighing ma chine In front of your place Is out of or der." "I've got iioililiig to do with thut ma chine." said tne sl?epy-tookliig young man behind the counter. "Well, somebody ought to have.'' "What's the matter with lc. anyway.'" "It won't work. I dropped a penny Into It just now and U.e indicator didn't fly round. X snook the machine and Jumped up and down on the platform and still It dtdn t move, a's a swindle." "It took the penny all right, didn't itf "Certainly." "Well, that a what It's for. There s noth- i... mauer with the machine, Chicago Tribune. sir."-. Srarrelx Worth Mentioning. "What's the matter, dear, you look pus sled?" inirt Te. meeting J.r-a on the ave nue. "I'm sure I io."t something Jun now," re. plied J-yJ.. but. 1 can't think what it wa.'" "VrohaMy ir u l anything ry Ini port imt " "No. It tiim'l; I remember now; It was that Uttl Mi. HnlfUm who was walking with me."-Philadelphia Prase. 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