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TTTE OMAIIADAILT BEE: TUESDAY, AFRIT; lfi, 1907.
TOWEL SALE I
This Was a Most Fortunate Purchase of
Huck and Turkish Towels Dy Our New
York Buyer At Less Than Half
Their Actual Value
ON BARGAIN SQUARE TUESDAY
All the fine hemmed Belvage edge large size
huck towels, suitable for hotels,
rooming houses, etc, actually
worth ten cents each, Jj
at, each '. fJ
Ten cases of extra large, heavy, full bleach,
hemmed and fringed Turkish towels, that
are worth as high
as fifty centa each,
Special on Second DoorNew Storo
vYell made and prettily trimmed corset cov
ersexcellent fabrics and actually (V
worth as high as 50c, each, at I C
Women's gowns and chemises, carefully
sized and daintily trimmed undermuslins
that are worth up to 75o Cl
n. k n
. $3.00. II
lVA mm, Ul IkiDU i-vvrio IUUV
Women's Spring Coais at $3.98
Tuesday we will group 200 of the smartest new spring coats
in the silk etons, the short striped and checked jesf Q O
wool box coats, now so popular also the tail- aO
ored covert coats with strapped or plain
back, at .
Women's $25 and $30 Spring Suits at $15
These stunning suits are all made of the high- (P
est grade fabrics superior tailoring etons, P
Prince chaps fitted blouses, cutaways, etc.
, the favorite 1907 effects at
BRANDEIS Boston Storo 5
DR. DRADDURY, Dontlot, urn laoatlon
1904 PAR NAM ST., OMAHA.
rorosUla Fin. .Si ap
Crnmu 9O.B0 up
Bridge Work. $2.00 up
rUtco.. . . . . 2.00 ap
Pbooo Douglas 17S8
We make a specialty
of metal and roofless
plates. Painless work hi
all operations. Work
guaraatead 10 years.
PLANS OF SCIENTIST CHURCH
finaAtflnatlona Are fnmnUtsd bf Architect
Clarka for Tint Edifice.
COST WILL BE SIXTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
Hmtan la to B of Pressed Brick
til Two Itorlea, Aocordla
to Tradition of tit
Plana ara In preparation by Architect
Frederick W. Clark for a handiome
church edlflce, to coat about 160.000. for tha
rirat Church of Ctartet. Sclentiat. to ba
erected on tha lot bought by the congre
cation laat fall at the northeaat corner
of Twenty-fourth street and Bt. Mary's ave
nue. The plana will be exhibited by a
atareoptlcon to members of the church next
Wedneeday evening at Chambers' academy
and will be explained In detail by the
architect The lot on which the new church
la to be erected has a frontage of 167 feet
on Twenty-fourth atreet and 100 feet on Bt
Mary's avenue. Elaborate entrances will
be provided on each atreet. The church
will be composed of pressed brick, with
trimmings of atone and terra cott and
will be on quiet, claaato Unes In the form
of a Latin cross, with octagon corners at
the resultant anglea.
Features of. the building will be a great
arched entrance portico and rich stained
glass effects In the arched windows of
the octagon corners. Surrounding the In
tersection of the main roof will be a low
dbme and allows for the vaulted celling of
the large auditorium. A large center open
ing, with a glased skylight, will be placed
In the dome for lighting purposes.
The general plan of the new church, fol
lowing established traditions of Scientist
churches, will be for two stories. An
auditorium, with a aeatlng capacity of over
too, la provided on the first floor, with sur
rounding foyers for cloak and ante-rooms,
to which access Is gained by tiled vesti
bules. Bundsy school rooms are also
planned on the ground floor, and a email
balcony will be built on the second floor.
The auditorium will he lighted from tha
dome and windows on three sides of the
church, and the Interior decorations will
be most costly. In a general color scheme
of soft gray snd tan, with outlines and
bands of ivory and gold.
After the specifications are passed upon
and accepted, with changes by ths building
committee of the local congregation, per
manent plans will be prepared by Archi
tect Clarke and bids taken from con
tractors in about alx weeks, so that it is
possible to have the new church home
ready for oocupancy by fall.
Relmfereed Cenerele Mill.
As soon as a suit Ma site with trackage
facilities can be aecured a new planing
mill of two stories Is to be built by the
Johneon-McLssn company, whone plant at
Btxta and Jonas streets was destroyed by
fire last winter. Manager Weir In negotia
ting for a site, with several under con
sideration, and it la probable the new plant
will be completed during the summer.
WM he e!4 !1M gutted by fire Ut
winter a mill In. Council Bluffs was leased
temporarily, but this will be abandoned as
soon as the new building Is ready for oc
cupancy. It Is desired to secure a site containing
about 20,000 square feet as extensive ware
houses and lumber sheds will be built and
the new planing mill will be two stories of
Folsom Notes Great Progress.
Benjamin F. Folsom of Chicago,
who represents the estate of Alice R. Fol
som, Is In Omaha for the first' time In
seven years In regard to the Folsom prop
erties, which comprise the north half of
the old Boston stors building at Sixteenth
and Douglas streets and about a doaen
Mr. Folsom Is a cousin of Mrs. Orover
Cleveland and Benjamin Folsom of Pass-
' dena, Cal., former United States consul
to Sheffield. England,
j Remarkable Improvements In Omaha were
' evident to Mr. Folsom, who. said he was
l astonished and agreeably surprised at the
: growth shown since his last visit. During
his stay In the city he is stopping at the
Marray Net Sold Nor for Bale.
Publication of a report that the Murray
hotel had changed hands has been made
and proves to be entirely Incorrect The
sale has not been made nor la It con
templated. In Justification to the proprie
tors of the establishment it should be
stated that ths Murray hotel has not been
sold nor Is there any Intention of Its dis
posal. Mrs. Columbia Brown sUU con
tinues aa the proprietor of the hotel and
will so continue Indefinitely.
Bids oat Cohat Block.
Seventeen contractors of Omaha sub
mitted bids at noon Monday with Architect
John Latenner for ths construction of the
new building for Herman Oohn at Sixteenth
and Davenport streets, for which excava
tions have been practically completed. The
contract probably will be awarded by
The plans as presented to the building
contractors allow considerable lattltude In
the manner of constructing the building
and numerous changes are contemplated
after the contract has been awarded. It
has not . been definitely decided it a three
or four-story building will be erected, but
the chances favor the latter and the upper
floors will be used for hotel purpose
Work obi Northwestern Hashed.
Work on the new freight depot snd office
building for the Northwestern railroad at
Fourteenth and Davenport streets Is being
pushed rapidly by Contractor John It.
Harts. The conorete foundatkms for ths
east wall of the freight depot have been
completed, brick la being delivered and
masons wit begin work Tuesday on the
brick superstructure. A large grading gang
is excavating on the site for the office
building and the west side of the freight
house. The construction is being done un
der the immediate supervision of Archlteot
Frederick W. Clarke, who was appointed
as supervisor by ths Arm of Chicago archi
tects who planned the building.
It's easy enough to say, "We sell
the best $3.00 Women's Shoe
made," but It Is not so easy to
back tip the assertion.
We believe that we can produce
the shoe to prove our claim, and
hundreds of women who are wear
ing our Threo Dollar Shoes will
verify the statement when we say
WE SELL THE BK8T S3.00
WOMAN'S SHOE THAT'S MADE
The leathers are all selected
stock the shoe making Is perfect
the styles are up-to-the moment
all leathers, welt or turned solos
the smallest detail Is observed,
and there la nothing lacking to H
make our Women's Three Dollar
Shoes the most popular shoe sold
In the city.
Button, lace or blucher, all sizes
and widths. There's a full meas
ure of satisfaction In every pair.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
"I Have a Receipt
tor That Bill But
I Can't Find It"
Often happens to the husy
housewife. How mnch more
convenient to pay bills by
checks that come back once
a month. The "check stub"
always at hand to show it
paid for. The check re
turned is the best receipt.
Any Woman May Open an
Account for Any Amount.
Women's Banking Room
First National Bank
A Check is Always a Receipt
Is the kind you get If you have your
teeth fixed at Taft's.
We use only the best materials, and
every dentist is a graduate and ex
perienced In all kinds of work.
Fillings 76e up.
TAFFS DENTAL ROOMS
U17 Douglas Street.
three choruses will be provided with rooms
In the base, the three choruses being those
of the men's, girls' snd the Italians'.
La Boheme, with Caruso, will be the bill
In the evening, and Haeneel and Oretel and
Pagllaccl in the evening. Manager Olllan
of the Auditorium will begin the darkening
of the huge building Thursday.
The mall orders show an Increase of In
terest in many small towns which have
never before been represented in any of
the large undertakings at the Auditorium,
especially from Iowa, and hardly a town In
astern Nebraska or western Iowa but
what has been beard from.
The company Is carrying about 250 people
thla year, including an orchestra of seventy
TIE MARKET IS REVERSED
Prodweere Asltlagr lfow Instead of
Consumer as Before the 1
The announcement of the retrenchment
and the carrying out of that plan by ths
railroads Is making Itself noticeable In
several lines of industrial activity. One
of these is in ths matter of tlea While the
prices on ties have not gone down the tie
producers are now sending out men to
solicit business, looking for a market for
their goods, which is different from
two months ago, when they refused to take
any orders for delivery. Manufacturing
agents also are looking for new business
more than two months ago, whan everyone
was rushed with order.
AM OLD and WKLL-TKIED REMKDY
roa otbs grxTT tbass
MM. wtwsx.ow moot ntm a mtv
Sm m wm4 It m SIXTY TSARS SUU
rrHS ! MOTHIKS tar tbMr CUH.l KIN WKU-S
(rnlMU WITH" rSKrSOT SUk'lBM. It
jvrMSS ts 111 li.u wr i ,ni ia mvbo,
tie atf ralM. Class wind couo. m is ts
h it aw tuAsaosA. a4 W arossaw
r 6- w in mm- mm aah tmr
GRAND OPERA ON THE BOOM
Seat tale tor Coarled's at Aedltoriam
lad leaf es Vapreeodeated
The demand for seats for ths engage
ment cf ths Co&rsid MetrcpuliUka Opera
company Monday morning when the aeata
were put on sale was unprecedented in the
annals of grand opera In Omaha. The mail
order business was something phenomenal,
100 seats be)ng sought by Lincoln people
alone. The stage is being cleared, the
horse show boxes being removed snd ss
much room will bo given to ths stsgs set
tings and dreaslng rooms ss possble.
Seven permanent dreaslng rooms already
are constructed on the stage and ten ad
ditional ones of canvas will b built oa
the stag tor the stars and Isadora. It
Sons of penjamln Meet.
KEW YORK, April 14. The seventh sn
nual convention of the United Stales grand
lodge of the Independent Order of the
Sons of Benjamin opened today. Thrre
was a vigorous fight against the seating
ef women delegates, but the women tri
umphed. The report of Grsnd Master
Abraham Rosenberg stated that since the
birth of the order (4.Z1&.234 had bean paid
in death benefits.
Cleanses and beautifies th
teeth and purines the breath,
Used by people of refinement
or orer a quarter of a century.
Convenient for tourists.
K OMAHA XvrcATIlF.n lrmtTSTTn.rtf Fair
fm IEMMI IMI
i i -j i i i
P -a . F w F
l Ul 11
f" 7 The immense lines
vast fr anybody's single dan tales efiorL
continue the sale of Fine Silverware
At 40c on ihe Dollar
TIESDAY ASD WEDNESDAY
Select New Lines, and Special One-of-a-Kind Items
Placed en Sale Each Day.
SILK SUIT SALE FOR TUESDAY
CHOICE OF ONE HUNDRED
TAFFETA SILK SUITS at $10.95
Several styles of Jumper Suits
are included in this sale; colors
black, russet, navy blue, checks
and stripes and many combinations
with plaids as trim
ming; every suit a
regular $15 value
Special for Tuesady.
$12.50 French Voile Skirts for
$6.95 Just 25 of them for
Tuesday selling; black only,
new 1907 models; full d QP
pleated, Tuesday. ..... v0 00
Sf Q Elegant Bargain
lXLift.O Ttiesrlivv Onl
86-ln. BLACK SILK TAFFETA Just received a shipment; whole
sale price today Is 97 He; our large purchase last fall allow us to
sell this heavy quality, Tuesday only, yard
1.00 FANCY AND PLAIN
SILKS Every kind of silk; all
new and up-to-date, Tuesday, a
27-ln. Taffetas, In all spring
shades, for dresses or coat
suits, very heavy cloth, worth
$1.25 yard, at 7J)k
Dress Goods MonJ,y::dBiTs.,.,i.Con,in'
BLACK VOILE AT 69c 46-ln. fine Black Voile that sells everywhere
for $1.00 and $1.25; nice weight; Tuesday, g g
BO-in. BLACK PANAMA For suits cr skirts, elegant $1.00 quality;
wears fine; sheds dust and will not spot; Tuesday, m
ELEGANT LINE NEW CHALLIES Just reached us. Every conceivable
shade or pattern; worth 66c to 60c, all wool, best n
Great chance to bay fine Wash Goods cheap.
All this season's goods reached ns too lute for
Monday's selling. About 1,200 pieces are offered
Tuesday at these prices:
Beautiful Spring Suitings, In green, tan and
natural silk shades; wonderful bargain, worth
20c yard, Tuesday at 7V4
25c Beautiful Silk Mohair lustre, elegant styles
in brown, green or blue checks; In great de
mand for suits, Tuesday, yard 144
Silk Organdies This season's goods; sold every
where at 35c; our price Tuesday, yard. . .19
Swell Rajah effects, handsome cotton suiting aU
colors; sells for 26c, rough effects, desirable for
dressed Tuesday 12W
CALICOES, on sale
12 c PERCALE,
10c Outing Flannel,
" - T M
"If it's From Jiennetft It's Good"
Bennett's Big Grocery
IIVII STATx-m kit. m-CirJ?". Z MSC1AXB
Tellow Label Brand, on. pound ui
Tallow LaV.? Brand, -lb. ng
A nrl mn a., v-i . '"ssi
Tsllow inZjrJ 1Jn
t i .uhc Corn, can
ricklea. assorted. 8 bottles . 1 potate. ean..j
r.ut i- x...A"d .Tl". P 'frI" V St'amnV.
,:Kuiariiuc size, for, pound. k
Diamond ft fhni a ' . "u 0
t. ' ... f T,n r Trading Stamps
Pataa Rloa. pound . . ... 8 pips.
And Tea Orl adVil' o'.i! L! ' 10o
Nsw York FJ.11 Cream Ch. pound .
Virginia awtss Cheese, pound
. and Twsnty Oreen Trading Stanips'
FIowst and Vss-Mable Seeds , ni, olamP-
avy. Bsans, band picked. 10 CoJnds
special price, lb.
K I " ' ""-"u' pounds 2lo ui
MAIL ORDERS FILLED
same day received and as we have
the largest stock In the state, (4 big
stores) to select from, and have every
thing known to the &rug trade for
which there is any demand, there are
no delays In filling mall orders.
Try Our Mall Order Department.
This is the beginning of Bed Bug
Schaefer's Sure Death will kill any
kind of bug that ever happened!
16c pint; 25c quart; 60c half gallon;
SctlOBfCr S CUt Drugstores
Omaha Cor, ltth and touirlas Hts. ; 16th
and Chicago Bts. Booth Omaha N. W.
Cor. 24th and N Bts. OooaoU Bluffs 6th
A vs. and Main Bts.
The druggists who don't hava to sub
stitute. BAILEY MACII
Third F!or. Paxtort D1V.
Highest Grille Dentistry.
w n in. . . .. ..... i
IXKk tor our sign.
OUn SOTTLBD Bock
Is delirious. It's going
fast. Better have u
send a few case
home. Phone Web 1J0
TUESDAY'S BARGAIN BULLETIN
THE RELIABLE STORE
Save Money on
Buy Now, Here
Sample Tailor Suits, sso and $63 values, choke j25
Over 100 liamlsome Suits, no two nliko, mndc of very finest
materials. The greatest assortment of liigh-eass Tailor Suits
ever shown at the price. .$25.00
$15.00 Voile Skirts, $8.90. i Silk Underskirts at $3.98.
Handsome French Voile Skirts, I a new line just received, t
A 1.1. I- "
trimmed witn nanus oi taiieia best vnlues ever shown.
1 i 1 A 1 1 I
anil Wltll line taiieta drop, Children's H BO Olnahsm Dresses.
skirt very latest style ideas j BlZ(-s 2 to 14 years, at C9
and colorings; choice. .8.90 ,$1.00 Sateen Underskirts. .49t
Special Muslin Unaerwear Bargains
A fortunate purchase of Muslin Undergarments at a price
far below actual worth enables us to offer you Tuesday the very;
est bargains of the season.
Ladies' Skirts, Gowns, Chemise,
Corset Covers and Drawers
Made from fine nainsook and
muslins, lace and embroidery
trimmed, regular $1.50 and $1
value; on sale Tuesday in one
great lot, to close; choice. 45
rrom 9 Till 10 A. M.
Men's and Boys'
Shirts, all sizes and
worth up to $1; at,
From 10 till 11 A. M.
Men's and Ladies'
Hose, in black or
.colors, regular 15c
values; at, pair, 5
Ladies' Skirts, withv deer
flounce ruffle and tucks, lace
and embroidery, regular $2.00
values; choice 98t5
Ladies' Corset Covers, Drawers
and Chemise, worth regularly
up to 50c; great snap at. .25
From 11 A.M. till 12
M. Ladies' Vests,
with long or short
sleeves, silk t taped,
25c values . t .10
35c Laces, Wc Fer Yard
Thousands of yards or Ori
ental, Nottingham and Nor
mandy Val. Laces and In
eertings, worth 20c, 25c, 30o
and 35c per yard ; all in one
lot Tuesday at, yd. . . .10
New Loom End Embroideries
A splendid lot of loom strips
of fine cambric Embroider
ies and Insertings, worth
from 15c to 35c per yard;
on sale Tuesday, in four great
lots at, yard. 15c, 12 4 c 10c
WATCH FOR OUR ANNUAL ROSE TREE SALE
Made in 12 Sizes
Chas. Donovan Cigar Co., Omaha Neb. DIsl.
Only "45 Minutes
Why not take a ride over?
t will repay you amply large comfortable seats
smooth running cars, interesting scenery all the way over,
a-da good town to study when you get there.
Where can you get more wholesome enjoyment for
Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Railw'y Co.
THINK IT OVER
Do you want to have your shirt Ironed to pieces by the old fash
ioned methods or would you rather have them finished by
"THE NEW WAY"
OCR way of pressing instead of ironing.
EVANS CITY STEAM LAUNDRY CO.
Tel. Douglas 234.
Allan B. Hamilton. Manager.
Established 1S76. 207-9-11 S. 1 1th St.
A GOOD THIMBLE
would maks an acceptable srlft for ths girl graduats
the boys do not use a thl mble, but they do use a
fountain pen. Our store Is full of articles suitable for
graduating erlfta. Upend a few minutes In our store.
Luk for the name '
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
1516 Douglas Street.
Ml I riKA 1-flM" PIIO!? 5W signature
a Certain Curs lor Tlrsd, Hot, Aching FssL WXaVS aA$J
Tnsi I sckssa
DO NOT ACCEPT K SUBSTITUTE. oasrerybox. LeKo.a.y.
THEY'RE ALWAYS RIGHT
Made of (he UKST HAVANA lOuACOO.
V. W, IUtw alcrcaUle Cigar Co Manufacturers, SU Louis.
Broadway. Fifth Ave and 27th St. NEW YORK
IN THE CENTER
OF THE SH0PPIX3
A Modern Flrsl-ClaM
HotsL Complets Is
ail Us ap point man ta,
Furnishings and deo
orations entirely nesf
meltons for Itfl
guests. lit suites
fiib baths. Rooms,
11.60 day up; wit S
baths, 12.(0 up. Hot
and cel4 water and
talephons la every
room. Cuisina uaas
Taw wad y bwtsl la MaaaaUaa treatise Broadway aad PlUk Avsau.
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