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Tim OMAHA DAILY PEE: RATITIDAT. MAT 4. 1007.
v; V select Your Sfvllsh Snrinn
or bummer Lai irom
the New Models Spc- 'Wj
ciany t nceu nere lor t -
Hundred of the moit fetchlns
summer models are "brought for
wsrd for Saturday's selling. '"
Every new Idea lr represented.
VA VlirSSrtirW-nKJs Thouiind. of i ipajjK J TT Iff IfRI rf"v?, E Our Great
V -Ttflfew) " iu Ad. : a ipj so r SOI S;3 I Rr Wal.. .
!v np&$&JftBW &ss ib inn WMy ston sRSf
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Roomy Waist -Section
Second Floor De-
voted Entirely &
to This Sals
Our Extraordinary Sale
H7 A T! rrrmm
held big Waist
sales before bat
never one where
waists were so
beantUal and bar
rvix-v,.. iliii7 . ti ti ii rt m
This is the Great D&.riain-Givinj Waist SeJe that Thousands of Omnhiv Women are Waiting for. n
Two Entire Sample Lines Surpus Stocks I
Bought at Astonishing Reductions from Leading New York Manufacturers P
We are ready with nearly 10,000 of the daintest, newest shirt waists for spring
and summer, priced as you never saw them priced before. It was a wonderful H
chance of trade thatenabled us to secure such splendid waists so very cheaply. It
gives you the opportunity ot buying your new waists right now at less than you'd
have to pay later on. Read these bargains! They are wonderful.
Stunning Spring Hals $5
These styles and trimmings are all new, many are copies of
expensive French models, the new shades of leather are
prominent, also the new natier blue, the summery greens
and other favorites in harmonizing tones. The na
shapes aro more becoming than ever and each U
hat shows metropolitan style and originality,
The new atyles for
street wear In
straw braid of var
ious tones such
smart little hats
should bring $5.00
All new arrivals In
this lot, beautiful
and the widest
range of strle
priced specially for
Our Millinery Section is an ideal spot for the selection
of your new hat. More pretty models than can be found
than in any other store in the west.
In Basement New Store
Hundreds of the prettiest new Shirt
Waists that were made to sell this
season at $1 very stylishly made
and prettily trimmed; slightly
mussed; many styles; in
. basement section at
BR AND BIS
l I !
$1.50 Waists at 69c
Pretty lawns and Swisses
are found in this lot, short
and long sleeves, and all the
styles are new; dainty tr,n
mings; actually worth up to
$1.50 each, but slightly
mussed, at, each,
$2 and $2.50 Waists at 98c
Pretty lingeries, fine cam
brics, lawns, etc., tailor
pleated and trimmed with
laces and embroidery inser
tions; the prettiest of styU.-s
for spring and summer,
1907, actually worth up to
$3 and $3.50 Waists at $1.39
Fashionably and elaborate
ly made "Waists of fine sheer
lawns and lingerie, new
ideas in pleated and em
broidered linens, short or
long sleeves, choicest of
novelties, made to sell at $3
and $3.50, at
$4 Lingerie Waists at $1.98
Both Lingerie and Silk 0
Waists in this array Jap V
Waists, lace trimmed and
tailored Lingerie and Linen $
Waists, hand embroidered b
panels, short, three-quarter
or long sleeves exquisite
Big Sales in Jewely Dept. Saturday
Women's Belts SSJi 25c
Women's Tailored Waer
On Our Second Floor New Store
Up-to-date and Well Tailor
ed Spring Suits that are
well worth as high as $17.50
all the new styles and
colors will go
Women '8 Tailored Suits
Made of the latest fabrics
and fashioned in the favor
ite styles for 1907 all new
and well tailoretl C 1 C
worth up to $25, at . .4) U
A Sale of Sample Tailored Skirts, bought from a manufac
turer these skirts are specially good values they are
made of newest materials, the popular Z9& A9& f 98
folds, etc., at.
Silk Jumper and Silk Shirt Waist Suits All new
styles many smart and fetching novelties, in 1 lot.
Children's Wash Dresses
In chambrays, ginghams,
percales, etc all new and
worth $1, at
Children's Spring Novelty
Cloth Coats Box back and
fancy trimmed. These are
regular $3 values, f CIQ
will go at IimtO
Second Floor New Store.
Marcel Waving a Specialty
Specials for Saturday Selling:
Switches of Fine Hair, worth $2, at. . . . 81.00
Switches of Fine Hair, worth $2.50, at. .glGO
Natural Wavy Switches, worth $3, at . . . $308
ThreClnster Puffs, worth $:!, at $l!48
Halrdresslng, 60c. Manicuring, 50c. Sham
pooing. 50c. Massage, 60c. Scalp treatments
and dyeing and bleaching a specialty.
Imported Novelties, bought
at a big concession from, a
Broadway, N. Y., houae,
samples of women's
Leather Belts, Kid Belts,
Jet Belts, Novelty Belts,
etc. hundreds of styles.
Fancy Oat Pins, Stick Pins and Veil Pins
All lir Ta4 TTof Tire av4t 1 QTrra c?TO fllAmATirl
Xll V V ly XAUb X. JUOa Calltt lUiV Ka&va -v-v f
imported Novelty Hat
Pins that are worth up C ,
to $1.00, choice at
. All the Fancy Veil Pins that are
worth up to $1.50, C
cut, worth up to $1.00, at.
'fy J IT
Drummers' Sample Combs,
plain and ornamental, worth
up to $1.00,
Women's Vanity Bags, with
chain, gold plate, silver and
oxydized metal, y C
worth 75c, at DC
Men's Stick Pins in Ivory,
gold plate and sterling,
dog's heads, etc., worth
up to $1.25, 25c
Double Strand Jet Neck
laces and Bracelets, worth
up to $1.00,
r Our brilliant window display of these goods has drawn the atten
rA tion of thousands. Every article Is certainly a wonderful bargain.
DR. DABLHAN USDS RABIES
Ifaror Bays Person all j Ft Eisws of
DiscaM and I8ni Edict. '
DOGS TIED, MUZZLED OR PUT IN POUND
Malaew J. Greary tar Ha Vu
Maaal4 Oat al Chaaoa til
Tla up your doca. munla tbrm or alt
Idly by and watch the bog-la man get them.
Ufa must ba protected. Dalhman. J. C.
Mayor Dahlman Friday mornlas Isaued
hla arcond proclamation on tha resvlatlon
of doti la Omaha. The provisions of tha
proclamation will ba in force Monday. The
mayor aald he has male personal Investiga
tion In the matter of canine rabiee in
Omaha and haa enlisted sufficient expert
to back him in case of any contest on thl
Assistant City Attorney Rlne Friday
morning- said he believed there would
no contest this Ume. as every precaution
had been taken to leave no weak places
In the ordinance passed by th council
Tuesday evening or the proclamation Just
Hera la Tear WaralnsT.
The text of the proclamation la:
I. James C. Dshlirai. mayor of the city
of Omaha, upon carelul lnvratisation, de
termine and ilnd that there u rnuivs amonj
toss In h city of Oinuhii. and that there
is danger of the spread. ng ot such raoits.
i therefore, under the .roviaions of Ordi
nance No. 5i75. passed bv the city council
April ( Ii7. and approved May I. Wl.
order and direct all peraons owning, pos
ffping. harboring or having the care or
control of any animal of the dog kind
within the city limits of the city of Omaha,
to either confine, by tying or keeping In
leash, or to muxxle any such animal of
the dog kind for a period of four months
from and after May .' 1"7.
The chief of police and the police officers,
and each and every one of them, are
hereby directed, whenever thev find any
i dog In tha city of Omaha which Is not
.""- Dlav the mischief with
feet Crossett Shoes are chiropodists' ene
mies. When your feet slide into Crossetfs
they will sigh: "For this relief much thanks."
lllakes Life's VallO Easy
CaQ on agast U yaur city, or wrtta as
LEWIS A. CROSSETT, Ina, Wa Atewn. uM
1 " 1
confined, by tying or kept in leash, or Is
nut muzxieu, iu proviaw 07 ina orainance,
to either kill or aend to the city dog pound
any such dog.
notice Is hereby further given that any
person owning, harboring or having the
care or control of any animal of the dog
kind within the city of Omaha, without
having the same confined, as aforesaid, or
securely muzsled, will be guilty of a mis
demeanor and suhject surh person or
persons to a fine not exceeding $).
JAMKfl C. DAHLMAN, Mayor.
Greevy et al from Missouri.
But when tha douglity mayor bethought
himself he was without opposition there he
lipped a cog.
Comes now Mathevr J. Greevy, hcldlng
aloft that sun-burr.t banner of equality and
Justice before the law, -Decent Treatment
for Decent Dogs," and demands, "Show
me your mad dog."
The mayor says he personally knows of
cases of rabies," says Mr. Greevy. "We,
the prosecution that prevented the opera
tion of his first proclamation, asked to bo
permitted to participate In this search for
rabies. Ruthlessly were we refused. We
had two reputable physicians, Drs. Goets
and Stokes, who stood ready wtUj avowed
wi;is to join In this Investigation In behalf
of the dog end dog-owners and they were
told to investigate something else. All we
asked was. 'Shf w us the case tf rabiee you
have found and we will lend vur aes!w.anre
to put down the rebellion. They rejected
our proffers, hurled them hack at us defl
snt'y and told us to quit barking ar.a lie
"Is that Justice? No. I say. It la not
Seriously. If there are cases of rabies In
Omaha we wculd like to know it, but we
would rather have two disinterested phy
siclsns like Dr. Stokes and Dr. Goetz to sell
us so than a political physician like Dr.
"All we ask la fair play. To show this Is
not what Dahlman wants, J rise you to the
fact that his proclamation prescribes four
months' of cruelty to the d-g. which is the
limit under the crdlrance. Wh- iidn't he
put It thirty days snd we would have Joinet
Mm and Ud. 'AH r.frht, we'll help you.'
Dut he g'et as far as the law allows him.
clearly showing h! ai'lmesity.
"We have nn'ther card to play."
Ordlaaaae la Caa4esaaea.
Later after ha gar out tha above Intar
view Mr. Oreas j annouacad (hat Voa of
tha bast lawyers tn Omaha baa Just potatad
eat that tha ardtnaaca vaasaa by tha cann
ed and the praclamarjaa tasaea by Dahl
man are net werta tha paper they are
written on. Ua says tha ordinance was cot
passed In eomaHanoe with tha law.
"X want to sjuote this law en tha subject. "
said Ma Orfeery, vk handed eat these
MS7. BaoOoa IX llevtseel Btstirt fOreU-
for the government of any city aforesaid
in this state, except as hereinafter pro
vided, shall go Into effect until thirty days
after the passage of the same
S41. 6ecllon IS. (Urgent ordinances ex
cepted under this act.) All ordinances re
lating to the Immediate rreservntion of
public peace or health, or items of sppro
priatlons of money for current expenses
of the several departments of such clty
whlch do not exceed the corresponding ap-
Eroprlatlons of the preceding rear, shall,
y a unanimous yea and nay vote of s'.ich
city council and the approval of the mayor.
ueemi-a 10 De urgent orimnnces. ti
which aectlons 12, 1J. 14. 15. M and IT of
this act shall not apply.
"Now, then." added Mr. Greevy. "this
ordinance la not legal for the reason that It
was not unanliroufly passed. Hanten and
Bridges voted agLtnst It."
COST OF THE TORBEY MISSION
Over Sevan Theasaad Dollars and
There Was Three Hanared Bal
aaea from Receipts.
The Torrey mission at the Auditorium
last winter cost f7.14 9 and the cost wss
entirely paid out of the receipts for the
purpose snd there was a balance of 3i.r.
according to the report of Treasurer J. F.
Wilhelmy. Just submitted.
Dr.- Torrey received MO for his services
of four wetks. out of which he had to
bear hla own traveling and incidental ex
penses. This is the report in full:
For the benefit of the public, I am pleased
to submit the following summary of my
report as made to the executive cum.nitlee
cioslng up all of the acounta pertaining
to the Torrey mission. It wds particularly
gratifying to the cmrnlttAe to be in a posi
tion to pay all bills tnd legit. nia'e claims
Incurrtd during the mission and yet be
able to return to the contributing churches
14 per cent of the amount originally paid
From churches C ?6 &5
Collections 4,1a 70
ALFALFA BOOSTS LAND PRICES
D. Watsoa Tells What It
Doss for Baffalo Connty
are all raising alfalfa, and you can't touch
an acre of land for less than I7&."
H. D. Watson of "Watson's ranch." near
Kearney. Is a guest at tha Paxton. Mr.
Watson lays claim to being the man who
discovered that Buffalo county Is well
adopted to the raising of alfalfa, and
claims the distinction of having made th.-
firs; experiments In alfalfa culture In west
ern Nebraska. "Watson's ranch." he said,
"now has 2.000 acres of ground in alfalfa.
Our profits from this crop are 110 per acre.
We planted our first crop of alfalfa in 1S9S.
At that time land around Kearney was
worth from S8 to 112 an acre. Today they
OfJ THE BRIDGE AT MIDNIGHT
Sterling; Old Thriller Greeted by
Large Andlenea at the
"On the Bridge at Midnight," which has
been made familiar to the public through
several years of successful production, was
offered st the Krug last night to the in
tense satisfaction of a large audience. The
company having it In charge Is one of the
best that ever gave It here, and the scenic
effects are all right. The famous Jack
knife bridge scene worked smoothly and
convincingly, and the hero snatched the
child from the Chicago river In notable
fashion. George Hambler la doing the work
of the German bookseller, who la forced to
turn detective, and is doing It- very well.
The others in the company are good. The
engagement lasts Ull after Saturday night,
with a matinee on Saturday.
Detroit Has Ko lee Deliveries.
DETROIT, May -A strike of loe
handlers has resulted In Detroit, being Ice
lees today. No loe is being delivered. About
b men are out. The employes ot the
seven of the leading loe companies struck
last night to enforce their demand for an
increase and today, the men claim, the
remaining firms locked out their employes,
thus paralyzing the Indnstry. George W.
Hrigas. auditor of tha International
Brotherhood of Teamsters, with which tha
lea Wagon Drivers' union is affiliated Is
here managing the strike.
Woman's Christian Terr.p. union.
oaie or D.Kiki ana lumber
Omaha street railway
Ker.tal On.aha Auditorium
Collections for Old Koiks' Home ...
Refund cn bill overpaid
Rent for AuJ.wnuiu .,&
Rent churcnes. loeaters, etc ...
Clerical work, aewiage. eeaj, eta....
Choir platform, decoratleoa, etc......
Advertising, swna. banaara, ate....
Dr. R. A. Terrs , ....... . .
ft.v UT H T.yjtbw
W. J. Be am, 150 0
Hotel far Dr. Twrrey and associate 212 7
Roilrosd far, ana way. far soma M.te
Mrs. Ofaetwed Hamilton, for Old
'elks" Heme 101.14
faira. etc..-.. . Ve.
IWuadad ta ,, M 22
Total , .r.Ja.l4
8ims Monday, May. 6fh '
This stock was purchased of an importer who was obliged to have
the cash quickly. We secured the entire stock at a reduction of from
ONE'THIRD to ONEHALF regular value. We will give you the bene
fit of our good fortune.
SEE SUNDAY'S PAPERS FOR PARTICULARS
Extra Sales ma a Wanted,
Apply at Once.
Goods Nw on Display In Show
See the Bargains.
I muss, stewmt & mam
415-15-17 SO. 16th STREET
whaa to taae e&eotX Uq ordinatee