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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1907)
TITR OMAIJA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, APRIL 20, ' 1007.
One-year-old rosea. In bloom, perfect
roots formed and Its own soil with
each root. All growing and full foli
ated. This lot Includes the well known
Baby Rambler, the only hardy red rose
ever produce that will bloom all the
time. Also the American Beauty,
Clothllde Boupert, Crimson Rambler,
Oen'l Jacqueminot, Mignonette, Pink
Rambler, Baron de Rothschilds and
Divided into 3 As
sortments four in
eich p.ck.gi. . . .
s if" i dpi P A Ell M
,tor 1 m i -- - a
I EXTRA SPECIAL SALE
3 Or THE HIGHEST CLASS IMPORTED $
I Elbow LenathKidGloves 1
12 snd 16-Dutton Lengths
NEW BROWNS TANS
BLACK WHITE RED
These are all strictly first quality
made of the finest Imported
lamb all the very newest
styles and colors for spring
are in this lot they are
regular $3.50 gloves, spe
cial at $1.98 and . . ,
We are showing a complete assortment of
Kayser's short and long Silk Gloves, In
black and all colors. Newest 1907 Ideas.
Women's Elbow Length Silk Gloves
These are heavy, all silk, Jersey and Milanese Gloves in 12
and 16-button elbow lengths, black, ftO fCH 5 fl
white and colors, 3 special prices. . jJQQ.-k' m K'K'
50c-Two Clasp Liale
In black and all color
SPECIAL SALE or HOSIERY
35c a pair
Women's Fine Plain vnd Lace Lisle Threat! Hosiery
In black and fancy colors regularly worth up to 60c i f
pair, on bargain square at, pair I5CndaJC
7 Misses', Boys' tvnd Children's Hose
These are fine fast black ribbed hose, all sizes, g
twj worth to 25c a pair, on bargain square, at, vJC- I 2P.
Women's-Children's Lightweight Underwear
Women's Vests, light
weleht and sleeve-
Lace Trimmed Pants,
WHEAT bAFE AND SOME BRUIT
Bun Eeported to Ears Dons Ceiion
Damage to Grain.
URIY' FRUIT HURT BY THE SNOW
Posslbls, Thoagh Nat Cartala, that
'. Oae-Thlird of Crop la Mvyed
hr TharadAjr MBbt
' Oraiu bugs hava run (or cover, but early
fruit Miiu to b&ve atarted a little lata.
' D'ruit men are slow to venture tlie aa
aarlien Uuit the fruit crop baa bean killed
la Nebraska. Suuie believe one-talrd of
tba total crop waa deatroyed Tburaday
Iilabt; e there believe an tnoooalderable
propoitloa of dumace waa done, but all
earn to believe that prior to Tburaday
night little eerioua Injury bad been wrought.
' County Commiaaloner Solomon, one of
the Wadlns orcha,rdlala of thla aectlan, aaldi
- "I would not want to be quoted a my
Ins the fruit crop waa ruined, partially or
In toto. but I am of opinion the freece
Thursday nlebt following the heavy anow
hurt the fruit, that la the early fruit I
would ear, If condition! prove to be aa
tbey now appear, that about one-third of I
the total fruit crop has been thus damaged.
This will Include aprlcota, peaches, plums
all fruit that was In open blossom. Of
course, now, there la a possibility that this
Injury waa not wrought It la too early to
make a final statement. I am satisfied of
'one thing and that Is that prior to Thurs
day night no serloua damage had been done.
The oold weather was not accompanied by
moisture; as It waa Thursday night. Friday
morning I observed frost on top of the
tlosaoBt, w hi all looks very bad."
Mr. Bolomon's view waa shared by other
and expressed almost In the aaraa words
by at least earn fruit expert In Omaha.
Frank P. Brown of Florence said:
"Things looks bad. but I do not want to
say anything definite for publication until
Saturday, by which time I believe we can
make a safe statement. I believe, however,
that some damage had been done before
Thursday night to peaohea, cherries, plums
and blackberries, but I am not ready to
any that damage la fatal"
Wbut Kot Hart By Bags.
According to UT replies received from
Nebraska bankers In response to Inquiries
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
H bete Ml for mf SIXTT-rrVB TC1SS
Miij.ions f MiiTnKRi tar ik.ir rmu'lUN
etMiiji TsaTWiNa. iu frHFsxT sitcicm. ii
KOtK th CHILD S.-lTtJ'.S ths Ol'MS. ALLOTS
all PAIS; CIR WHO CCUC. us U Ox hM
ruwiy far MaaHO. aa hr trutts
v.rr pan et tfc won Me ui sua fur "Vn
Wlm).'i Sotsis Srrp." aaS tak. s etbr kiss
T ' .ir A ' sis a bottle titrte nr (be
fo a urm J" . f rl.l N,
La. AM tU AU VaU. TaUJttS SitMJtBl,
lisle thread, at.
Men's 35c Hosier at 15c
Thousands of pairs of men's mercerized
lisle thread and fancy lace Half Hose
in black, fancy colors, stripes and novelty m
effects actually worth up to
on bargain square, ( O 2
at, a pair
aunt by the TJpdlke Grain company the
ren buirs have taken to the hllla. If they
really, ever had any aerloua Intentions of
aettllna: In thla section. Judging- from re- '
ports received a few days ago It waa be-
Ueved by aome that the green bugs were I
not only attacking wheat, but were tearing '
down farm buildings and wrecking trains
throughout Nebraaka. Only Ave persons
out of 1S7 queried on the subject replied
that there were any indications of these
hydra-headed monsters in the wheat, the
others saying there were nu Indications In
their localltlos. This query also Included
This Is the way 187 answers relative to
the condition of wheat were received: Ex- j
cellent, 43; good, 123; damage- or needing
rain, 3t The same bankers were ques
tioned regarding acreage 'compared with
1KX, 25; leaa, 20; aamaV 142. The Inquiries
were mailed April IS and returned April
1906 and here are the replies: Greater than
17, before the snewatorm.
COMPLETION 0F AUDITORIUM
CamplB for Fortea Ttaoasaatd
Dollars la Beads Will loss
Bolirltlng for floating the remainder of
the bonds necessary to the completion of
the Auditorium will be begun In a week
or ten daya by a committee selected by
F. A. Nash and success Is said to be as
sured, as only 14,000 of the bonds remains
to be placed.
J. M. Qlllan, manager of the Auditorium,
has had several conferences with Mr. Nash
on the subject, but the project has been
delayed on account of cress of other Im
portant business and the Inability of sev-
eral members of the committee to give their
time to the work during the present ruah
season. Mr. Glllan has been called out of
the city on account of the sickness of his
father, but active work probably will be be
gun on his return.
Aa' soon as sufficient funds 'are pledged
work on the new roof of the Auditorium
will be prosecuted. Specifications are be
ing drawn by Architect John Ltenser for
the new roof and will be complete la a few
Aeeaaea Merrhaat IXeanaeara.
NEW TORK, April 1 Benedict Oimbel,
the wealthy Philadelphia, merchant who
waa arrested here yesterday on the com
plaint of the mother of a 16-vear-old Hv
In whose company he had been, haa die- !
epprerea. nis iwo Dretnera came bore froa
rouaaipnia today to eee.ro n ror him and
It then developed that he had not bon
night, aaing that he waa going to his home I
in r nnkaeii nia. i ins was sftortiv arir h
had been released from the Tombs, where
hs had gone In default ef l.0M kail im
mediately after his arraignment In the po
nce cuuri yesieiuay aziernaee.
Tnt.net Peaches Killed.
CHATTANOOOa. Tens., AprlJ It Ad
vices from thla district report damage to
the fruit and Btaalk l.l.rall t.rrM.Hna
SO,0"O by the late frosts and cold weather.
y eackes are sayoried a tela! lues.
Our $2.00 Bpys' Shoe is a
So parents think who have
been buying thenrfor their
We selected good cased call for
these shoes, had them double
soled and strongly made; looked
after all the little details la mak
ing;, and sell them for the reason
able price of $2.00-
may1 be selling as good a
Boy's Shoe for the same
money, but we've yet to see
FRY SHOE CO.
i61h and Douglas Streets
WE HAVE A E3ASE1 BHUSEI
oa which we wish cvnybody to PASS JUDGEMENT.
WE BOUOKT TKXB BBTJSH BIG JIT 1
WV banded me tr an old, experienced drusglst. and asked htm to put a ietUl
price on I', hi- skid: "Well yen shoal be akle e get a dollar for that brash easy"
Our sale prloe on this biusl Is 47el It Is solid baxk. with the new aluminum face,
antiseptic, full bristle, an1 a beautifully finished brush. Popular stza and jnupi.
hft thlH hruxh tor the greatest bargain ever offered In this community. We don't
lofien make such a ststemnt, sot w ae make good when we advertise.
Kail erdera tilled tot lOe eatra pert. We fill more mall orders than any retail
drug atorr in .bijhs. All orders Oiled same day received.
Free delivery use your phone.
SCilAEFER'S CUT PRICE DRUG STORES
Omaha Corner llth and Douglas Sta.: lfith and Chicago 8ta. South Omaha N. W.
Cor. 2tth and N Sts. OouaeU Bli-.tts 6th Ave and Main Ets.
The druggists who don't hava to substitute.
It ensure aa enjoyable, Invigor
ating; bath ; make ever pore
respond, removes Jea4 skin,
ENEROIZES THE WMOLB BODY
surta the circulation, and leaves a
flow eqaal to a Turkish balk.
ILL GROCERS AND DKUOOISTS
Ths Twentieth Century Farmer
Iteetcaea the Un ltk Hts.
SCHOOLS AD COLLEGES.
flfTl I Flllp
CJUaOB ClutleaU acMatlSa. UllMfklMl
aCADCMT as uentlut but KWI sisne lal
iiatue er .r ihtt mUs ar tainmir.
f,iMU sxaouiy IkMiun as4 eerasate
hum OnlSosMe (isaMa.
COKsaaVAloKT TkMrr el a It. slsae. rtlia
aIiib. M,c!H mm4 an.
OMAHA tOKH at.TloN S Bleetrte Use eaa Hrlbf
1 lea tallaar
t at... rr.
r. n r Hudn UrtvM4
fit. ill H'tattna au.Ma aa
lpv-V: i lutes, :M
Undressed Kid, Mocha, Castor, Suede, the cn
kind exclusive furnishers get $1.50 for n
and 1521 DOUGLAS STREET
1 Boys' I
The kind that outwear two pairs
of the ordinary boys' shoes.
It's poor economy to buy cheap
shoes for the boy.
Our "Bteel shod" boys' ehoes
have stood the test for years. No
better shoe can be made for boys'
wear than this one. Every pair
guaranteed to outwear two pairs
of the ordinary kind.
Boys' sizes, 2 to 5 M. ..$2.50
Youth's sizes, 1 to 2.... .$2.25
I Little Gent's sizes, 10 to. 13tt-
One good pair of boys' shoes is
better than three pairs of poor
Is boys' day at our
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
ii'iiBls '" .'wimiitL'ip ail ...I
Is the kind you get If you havis 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.
Fil ings 76c up.
Tii7Tc nnvTii nnnMc
HIT Douglas street.
BAILEY L MACII
Third Flo.r. Paxtort BUrk.
llihcal Grade Dentistry.
I r-PATCNT5 that PROTECT
I I timr ) kMti rw lhwt saeV'W r ejiatf tct vasir I
Special No. 1
iKcLi retail every,
where for $15.00
Special No. 2
Single or double
other stores et
$20.00 and $25.00
for some no bet
ter. Special No. 3
In plsxce of pay
in a tailor $50.00
or more try one
of our Alfred
okUJU'i pxrmr roo cruama
n Our Bakery Goods are not like the
tj oral nary, incy mum oe irieu 10 do j
H appreciated. Absolute Purity with M
together with Skilled Workmanship pi
moke our bakery goods above par. M
Saturday we are Offer-g
ing Something Hew
... ... f n.i... v. r.. t
X .BUU. MM..., ttmgWK CaV i Lt Vi
T A mn T .. Hal., . '
each 30c fl
Karslpan Dainties, made from Al- t )
mond Paste. A moat delicious and
rln In 1 v inrttn,nt n f nali.. In l.lh
boxes. Try one tor Sunday ... .60o M
Special in Meat Depart
ment Saturday We Will Sell: H
ROn n.tr. Af T.nmH T.Aca At lh IAUh J
1,000 lbs. California Hams, lb...44e
A fresh ehlpment of the celebrated
Beach Nut Hams, lust arrived, per
Saturday from 7 P. M. to 8 P. M. we
will sell 1.000 lbs. of Lamb Stew,
breasts and shoulders, per lb., SHe B
8 Cog-nac Brandy, $1.25 value 91.10 Sii
Federal Club (a genuine Lowland f
i'.i'ii 'i J ..u T wm ......... a y.w
Monogram Rye, 11.00 value SSo
1 - . . a
lonnney q gQe
S Seventeenth and Douglas
(V Tel. Douglas 647 li
U Private Ezcnange connects all Depts. K
"I Ilave a Receipt
lor That Bill But
I Can't Find It"
Often happens to the busy
housewife. How much 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 Dankino Room
First National Bank
A Check is Always a Ceceipt
Your Spring Suit
THI RKLIwBLB TH
Copyright 1907 by
Hart Schaffner Marx
Two ways to-hunt
for ferMsM fooius
One intelligent way Is to look
through, the Furnished Room col
umn on the want-ad page and mark
those which Interest you; then go
look. Niost of The Bee want-ads are
"three lines" and say enough so that
you can tell what is offered.
The other way is to "bring the
room to you" with a want-ad of your
own telling- what you want This is
a particularly good way if you want
a room in a private
family. Under the
heading Wanted to
Kent, the cost is
The Dec Office
17th and Faiaaa
The Wanl-ad Corner"
ILLIHOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
pickets are now on sale via the ILLINOIS
CENTRAL to the Jamestown Ter-Centennial
i Rates, train schedules aad detailed infor
rnation at City 1 icket Office 1402 Farnam
fjt. or write
SAMUEL NORTH, District Passenger Agent. Omaha, Kcb.
"aWgWIia.iWfl-I,, I I'
ALLEil'S FOOT-EASE rj,. ,
I CarUla Curs for Tlrsd, Hot, Aching Fast VVXAJeV uAlA Au.ir,
. . B.t.ll
PO NOT ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE.
or Top Coat's Here
Is considered by many nn art.
This is not so. The man of very
moderate means can dress in aa
good style as the man who patron
izes the exclusive tailor at about "
half the exclusive tailor's price if
he comes here and asks for Hart,
Schaffner & Marx hand-tailored
A CRAVENETTE COAT is es
sential to comfort, especially at
this season of the year. A stylish
overcoat, a perfect raincoat
keeps you dry and warm. Prices
10.00 $12.50 15.00 a,
up to $25.00
Handsome Suits In almost un
limited assortment of style, col
or and material, shown at $12.50
$15.00, $16.50, $18, $20, $22.50
up to 932.50
Youths' Long Pants Suits Of
style and quality to please the
most particular, at
95.00 up to 912.50
Boys' Knee Pants Suits Every
possible tyle, material and col
oring; best values shown, at
91.50 up to 96.00
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