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THE- OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, "ATOIL 23, 1907.
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wTnT'jio Cravcivettc Coats $2'i
In Our Detsement
A special purchase of theso
good, serviceable storm ptoof
coats, just the thing for spring
and always in season. Coat
are in tans, olives and oxfords,
' made with pleats, yokes, strap
back and belts. A big special
bargain in a cravenette coat
THEY ARE WORTH
EIGHT AND TEN
DOLLARS IN THE
BASEMENT, AT . .
Children's Crarenette Coasts
In our basement Tuesday we offer
several hundred children's craven
ette coata, all sizes aerial- 4 9$
worth un M IS. it
Two clasp lisle
gloves 1 n black
and all colors a
very good Quality
of lisle thread,
at, a pair
On Bargain 8juare
New, crisp, snowy lots of medium and
. wide . embroideries in insertinga,
band3, etc. newest and finest pat
terns on big bargain ,
square, at -
A Special Silk Sale
Fancy silk suitings, checks in all sizes,
Eekin stripes, small figured Louis
enes, a rich assortment of new col
orings for spring and sum- A.n
mer, worth $1 a yard, at .... C
April to most people meant the
leaving off of heavy winter shoes
and the donning of lightweight
Although style in general may
be the same In all stores, yet here
one will find an assortment com
plete in every respect.
orn oxfords for women
rmcKD at $3.00
are attracting attention on account
of their high value. These shoes
have all the style and appearance
of higher priced shoes. We have
them in Patent Colt, Oun Metal
Calf, Vlcl Kid, Turned or Welt
Soles. Tour money refunded if
you do not find them satisfactory.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnain St.
OMAHA WEATHER FORKCAST Tuesday: Fair.
Tnttfnl n.sn finnAa on tiorA In
nil at.rlfia and welrhta maimificent v
".colorings new shades of brown, the
swenest 6tyie8 lor sireei wear.
OUR PRICES WILL PLEASE
TUESDAY ONLY THREE TIMES GREEN TRADING
STAMPS WITH EVERY YARD OF WOOL GOODS
46-IN. BKAUTIFCL BUTTINGS In light or dark colorings, exquisite
stylo, very newest; many el'-gant pieces of BLACK
WOOL GOOIM; nearly every yard worth 1. OtVTnea-
day, yard . . .
Brown Silks in abundance. About 133
pieces Brown Silk to choose from. They
Tuesday A Sale of Notions
Brook's Machine Cotton, all
6c Atlantic Hooka and Eyes,
all sizes, card 1C
Dress Shields, Kllenert's,
sizes 2 and 3, pair ....
10c Barbour's Linen Thread,
16c Hose Supporters, "Pin- Q
ous" per pair J
! BR ANDEIS Boston Storo !
16c Hair RaU, 12 and 14
26c Plain Back Combs,
this sale only
10c Finishing Braids,
10c Remnants of Elastic,
25c Horn Hair Pins, this
sale only, box
M - - Ell
DID YOU SEE OUR CORKER D03R
At 15th and Douglas Street at
A well-known physician of Omaha saw
It for the first time last Saturday and he
..Id ha In.t fnr m mnment till hA mat
hla bearings from old, familiar, nearby !
Our new fixtures for the OLD KUHN
CORNER will ba here about the 25th
Inst., then watch the corner boom!
Our business there - haa more than
trebled already ut Just watch It grow.
If YOU are a housewife and have any
kind of bugs In your home, Just tell ua
your troubles we are ready for those
bnga with our BUBS DSATSI It Is
guaranteed, you know. Pints, 15e:
quarts, 25c; half gallons, 60c; gallons,
JOe. Delivered to any place In Omaha,
South Omaha. Council Blurts, Fort Oma
ha, Fort Crook or Bellevue.
Schaefer's Cu Drug Stores
Omaha Cor. 15th and Douglaa Sta.: 16th
and Chicago Sts. Sjoata Omaha N. W.
Cor. 24th and N Sta. Council Bluffs 6th
Ave. and Main Sts.
The druggists who don't have to substitute.
27-ln. Chiffon Col
ored Taffeta, some
of these silks are
sold In Omaha for
our price, yard,
The best 76c Colored Taf
fetas, pure silk, very heavy
and lustrous, come in plain
grey, brown and change
able effects, for dresses
or suits, Tuesday, a yard.
Cleola Black Guar
anteed Silk for
wear it's the
best, extra heavy,
rare bargain, Tues
day, yard. . . .59
Thousands of pieces of Fine
Wash Fabric wait you here. Spe
cial prices for Tuesday:
Very beat 10c and 12 ttc Ging
ham, for dresses, yard . .
26c Fine Chiffon Batiste,
in neat checks of all col
ors, dainty designs, very
stylish, on sale, yd. 14
26c Overplald. Batiste, ex
ceptional bargain, 30-ln.
wide, white grounds with
overplald effect, on sale,
Our stocks of gingham are com
plete. Every size check or every
This department Is always busy.
Host merchandise always at low
est prices. Tuesday Double
Green Trading Stamps with every
purchase. Compare these prices:
Double Fold ' Percales for
J only 5
4 Bleached Sheeting for..21t
for . . . .
Brandeis & Sons;;
An Ideal Depository for Savings
of Deposit, Run
ning 3, 9, or 12
On Pass Books
When a Woman
on making an investment, it Is often
bard to find a true friend, whom she
can trust Implicitly, for a conservative,
unprejudiced opinion Every woman
depositor In the
Women's Banking Room
First National Bank
feels at home there more than thla
she knows that if she ever needs ad
vice, she has at her command, for the
asking, the mature Judgment of the
officers of a banking institution of un
ANY WOMAN MAT OPEN AN
ACCOUNT FOR ANY AMOUNT
First National Bank
II A Strong Bank With Strong Men Back cf It 11
. nif r.Tftaa aatn rtsraricr oa
DIRECTORS AND OWCERftl
Arthur D. Brandeis, Pres. John I Kennedy, Vice Pres.
Hugo Brandeis, Cashier. Einll Brandeis, Secretary.
Second Floor Specials for Tuesday
75c CORSET COVERS
$1.50 LAWN WAISTS
$8.50 PANAMA WALKING
$15 TAFFETA SILK JUMPER
$1.50. CHILDREN'S GINGHAM
J. L. Brandeis & Sons
DR. DRADOURY. Dontict. :!mY;;t...
180S PARNAM ST., OMAHA, PImm Doajglas 17S8
Bxtraotlag imK w- maM m specialty
porcclaha Fds. .91 up l mi metal and reoflea
Crowns .... .WJJO p rVr plate. Palnleea work ba
Bridge W.aJK up XJOf"VVrY"s0 U oearaXlona. Work
rUtee. . . . .2-00 up ' I I I I gmAranted 19 peawa.
CORPORATIONS SLOW TO ACT
Two TLm'rar Eavs Cenplied With Kew
' Fmblicity Law.
ONLY FEW DAYS LIFT TO FILE NAMES
W. A. OaBvrd Tataka Fifty Frl(i
rasftria lm Omaha Will B
ASeetcd hj Thlm New
After naxt Thursday all eorpo rations or
ganlsad la other states and doing business
ill Nebraska must have on file with the
register of deeds ot the county In which
Its principal offlce la located and with the
secretary of state the name of at least one
agent upon whom service ot legal process
can be bad.
This la the principal requirement In sen
ate file No. law which passed the last legis
late e and Waa signed by the governor
April S. The law requlree the Cling of the
namea of agents within twenty daya from
the algntng of the bill by the governor.
The law Is of great Importance to foreign
corporations and unleaa It la strictly com
plied with these corporations are eubjaot
to a penalty ot 11.000 and any agent doing
business for them may be committed to
Jail from ten to thirty daya
Although only three mora daya remain
lira. Wins low's Soothing Syrup
Mae wd lor ew SIXTT-F1V1 TSARS br
fcllXIONS ( MOTHERS fnr ttiatr rHIi.HRSM
W.ill.U TCKTH1NO. ltb FtFrrfci'T Sl'lX KSI. ll
uOl HK'a lb. CHILD. SOrTa-l lh Of Mi, ALLAY
11 ralM: CI Hits WIND COLIC, ul u th teal
rim r ler UlSH0iiA Suie br Imjii ia
mmff prt ! IA orU. Ba Hrt ant aak for "Mrm.
W ujw Souiaiaa Srrya." aae ia aa atar kimi-TNlr-tn
veala a boilU. Uiuraata4 aaaar taa
yo4 aa4 Lrua AM. Jum tula, 1. S.H.I Nuataar
la. AJt tHJ AtiO TBJaU aaMaOT.
for the filing of the namea, It la aatd very
few of the corporations have complied with
A boat Fifty Corporations Affected.
W. A. DeBord of Baldnga at DeBord.
who haa Investigated the subject. Is of the
opinion at least fifty corporations doing
business In Omaha are subject to the pro
visions of the act. Owing to the fact It
haa never been published, very few of
them are aware of lta provisions. Any
number ot agents may be registered, but
one of them must ba the state auditor.
The appointment must be certified by the
president and aecretary of the corporation.
Soma of the largest bualneaa Institutions
In Omaha are affected by the law.
The purpose of the law la to Inaure that
every corporation will have someone lo
cated In the state upon whom aervlce can
ba had In caae a resident of the state
wsnta to begin suit against the corporation.
It haa frequenly happened that corpora
tions from other states, after making con.
tracts and transacting business in Ne
braaka for some time, would withdraw.
After their withdrawal persona who had
cases against them would have to go to
some other state In order to get aervlce on
them. The new law la designed to force
them to keep agent In the - state at all
times upon whom proper service can be
Oailu Mea Get Contract.
GRAND ENCAMPMENT, Wjro., April n.
8ne-!al. Owens A Lovelace of Omaha
have been awarded the contract for the
grade of the Saratoga A Encampment rail
way between Saratoga and this place and
work Is to be started aa soon aa men, teams
and machinery can be brought In. Rail a
ordered from the Colorado Fuel and Iron
company will begin to arrive at Walcott, on
the Union Pacific, this week.
Now la the time to make your wants
known through The Bee Want Ad page.
INVERT drop of water
-a used In brewing
8 ton Boer is drawn
from our Artesian well
(1.400 feet deep). This
water la Ideal for brewing-
purposes, being pure
and sparkling, and pos
sessing in lUelf health
glvlng properties. The
absolute purity of our
water supply is one ee
sentlal feature In add
ing; to Storsv'Ber a
sparkling clearness and
healthful quality, that
la found only ,ln our
beer.( JAak for""8ton
Beer down to wn. Order
w CLE.ANLINE.SS "
It the watchword for health and vigor, com
fort and beauty. Mankind It learning- not
only the necessity but the luxury of clean
liness. S A POLIO, which hat wrougnt
such changes in the home, announcea her
FOR TOILET AND BATH "
A special toap which energ-iies the whole
body, starts the circulation and leaves aa
exhilarating glow. A llgrttrt mnd drmggiui.
Men s. Boys, Children's Ctps
As an adjunct to our Men's Hat
Department we have a moat com
plete line of Caps. Every aew fad
and fancy in Children's Caps.
Men's Caps from f 2 down to. 50
Boys' Caps from $1-60 down
Children's Caps from 1.60 down
in light weight
Hales, in plain
and fancy, in
cluding all the
new checks and
WE'RE SHOWING A FEW ADVANCE BTVLES IN NEGLIGEE
6H1KTS. WITH BO FT COLLARS, IN SILK, MOHAjR ?SOIsS?e, te
"Then it no higher art than f "jf
that which tends toward the im- 11 V'.
1 prove merit of Auman food. '
liennett s liig brocery
Third Fleer. Psxlort Dltk.
Highest Grade Dentistry.
Omt J makt to I Baw. a!M4 m nmW t .u. MMM I
UI tCt ena.f.ftae 8 C- .' I
peelal Moaey Bavlsg Offers
xvary Zay. Coffees Koasted
. livery Day.
Fresh Roatd Coffee, lb 16o
And Ten Green Trading 8 tamps.
Fancy Table Raisins, lb 25c
And Thirty Green Trading Stamps.
Batavla Cun-ants, lb. pkg 13 He
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
Thren Star Salmon, can 20;
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
Flower and Vegetable Seeda, pkg IVic
BEST WE HAVE Sliced Pineapple,
large can tic
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
Marshall's Kippered Herring, can. 10c
And Ten Green Trading btampe.
Franco-American Plum Pudding.
can 1 uo
And Five Green Trading Stamps.
Pears, In syrup, can 15c
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
English Sandwich Mustard. Jar.. 10c
And Ton Green Trading Btempa.
Peanut Butter, medium jar 20c
And Ten Greeo Trading Stamps. -.
Patna Rice, lb lOo
And Ten Green Trading
Walton Catsup, bottle. ... lc
'And Ten Green Trading
Red Cross Cream. can....lOo
And Ten Green Trading
Bennett'a Bargain Soap, nine
NEW GOODS ARRIVING
mm ' Km
Boys Wash Suits
3 to 9 years, made of highest grade white
and fancy materials, nobby, clever "Wash
Suits. Get the little fellow into one of them
nothing could make him look so cute.
These Wash Suits are made by one of the
best makers in America
Wide range of styles
$4.75 $3.75 $3 $2.50
and ...... 1
BOYS' WASH BLOUSES 3 to 16 years,
in white, tan, blue and figures and stripes; pleated
or plain fronts; blouses that are easily
worth Just double what we ask for them; ITf I
perfectly made In every particular, at ill!!
Tuesday's Bargain Bulletin
N. P. Frandsen
THE RELIABLE STORE
Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass, ,
China at Half Regular Retail Prices'
Never before has such a splendid opportunity boon offered
Omaha jwople to secure standard jewelry, cut gl.-iss, hand painted
china, silver and plated ware, clocks, etc., etc., at a tremendous
THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS' WORTH OF NEW STOCK
SHOWN FOR THE FIRST TIME TUESDAY.
Grand Lace Sale Tuesday
Wc to 20c Linen Laces
A perfect line of all pure linen laces
in edges and insertings, worth reg
ularly 10c to 20c yard, will go on
sale Tuesday at one price per
MAGAZINE RACK, 36-in. high. 4
shelves, 12x17 In., finished
weathered oak; a bargain Tues-.
day at 81.25
lloston Leather Couch
made well, full length and
wiatn; big bargain
20c 1a. Laces at 5c
An immense job lot of fine Val.
laces and insertings, worth 10c up
to 20c yard; on sale in three lots
Tuesday, at. .S1 S1 and 5
Attend Our Famous Hourly Sales
From 8:30 Till 9:30 A. M. We
will sell one case of seconds in
Towels, goods that would be
worth in a regular'way 10c and
,1212c; for one hour only at,
From 9:30 Till 10:30 A. M. We
will sell one case of Unbleached
Muslin, extra heavy Indian
Head quality, not over 10 yds.
to a customer at, yard. .434
From 2 Till 3 P. M. We will sell
Pacific Challics, perfectly fast
colors, best goods made, not
over 12 yards to a customer
at, yard ZVi$
From 3 Till 4 P. M. We will sell
32-inch German Calico, sold
everywhere now for 12Vlc, not
over 10 yards to a customer
at, a yard. 5
Several other sales during the day.
High Grade Wool Dress Goods
For this week only, any lady buying a skirt in our high grade
dress goods department, costing $1.00 a yard or upward, we will
make free of charge. We guarantee a perfect fit or money re
funded; also, our tailor will cut a skirt as economical as any dress
maker. Be sure and investigate. This week only.
Furnishing Goods Hour Specials
From 9 Till 10 A. M. Balbrig
gan Underwear, worth to 50c a
garment, in all sizes for men
and boys; at, garment. . . .15
From 10 Till 11 A. M. Ladies'
Drawers and Corset Covers,
worth to 50c a garment, lace
From 11 A. M. Till 12 M. Men's
Shirts, worth to $1.00, in fine
madras and percales, mostly
samples; at, each 25 X
From 2 Till 3 P. M. Ladies'
gowns, worth to $1.00, made
extra full and long; for this
trimmed; snap at 25
Great Sale of Ladies' Skirts Wednesday
Manufacturer's entire stock at about cost of materials. See
Sixteenth Street Window Display.
Tickets ar now on sale via the ILLINOIS
CENTRAL to the Jamestown Ter-Centennial
Rates, train schedules aad detailed infor
mation at City Ticket Office 1402- Farnam
St. or write
SAMUEL NORTH, District Passenger Agent, Omaha, Neb.
Made in 12 Sizes
Chas. Donovan Cigar Co., Omaha Neb. Dist.
bliKUUAJ;i8, up from .12 '2.,
liKASS BEDS up from .$10.50
We make a specialty of Hotel
and Rooming House Furniture.
Compare our prices with others
fprr-S and know that we are 1t-
i , 1 1 In you better furniture for
1 Mr: m s
buya a pair of food Qold Cuff Buttona, with mono
gram engraved on them would mukt a haiidaoine
raduatlng KlCt. rney are D- uutii-a. our itore ia iuii
other auuropriate artlclci. Hpuud a few minute In our
. store. Lok for the Dame.
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
1618 Uoualas Street.
THEY'RE ALWAYS PwIQHT
Ude of the BEST HAVANA ioliiUO.
P. B IUce larcaAtUe Ciar Cov atauuiacturers, bt. Louis,
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