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TIIE OMAHA DAILY HEE: TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1007.
Tuesday's Extra Specials
20c Embroideries at 10c a Yard We have placed on bargain
6quare an entirely new lot of very fine nainsook and cam
bric embroideries in medium and wide edgings up to 9
inches, also in daintiest of insertions and bead- !
ings all designs are new and regularly worth H HO
up to 20c yard on bargain squares, at
50c Silk Eoliennes at 19c a Yard Silk organdies, silk mqus-
seline do soies and silk eoliennes, in plain and
fancy color designs, in mill remnants, 2 to 10
yards, and regular 50c values, at, a yard ,
75c and $1.00 Silks at 39c a Yard Thousands of yards of
the new brown Burmah silks (like Rajahs) in the desirable
shades of new brown, onion brown, leather col- jr
or, new navy and black, $1.00 values, p
at, per yard ,
Skirt Waist Sale
- mi i a . 1 a 1 J
t r mis manuiaciurer s surplus block auu
f samples contains tnousanas oi me aaimiesi
of summer and late spring shirt waists
short and long sleeves that have been of-
mercd at special sale.
rNll Mllr'-y Won,en'B Shlrt Wa,',t,, f excellent quality,
iJXB. 1 1 V all new styles but BllghUy 'mussed r
L.? on sale In basement, at, B''f
each J S
fJ I Women's $2.00 and $2.50 Shirt Waists These are
It extremely modish and are very smart- .fx
ly rinisued witu embroideries and laces
will go at
Women's $3.00 and $3.50 Shirt Waists In Lingerie Effects v gm
sheer quality and height of 1907 style 1 nl 1
will go at
OMASA'S FTTSS FOOD CXBTTBa
We're after your grocery trade, and
we Rive you "better thing! to oat for
2H lb. standard Tomatoea, per can,
, at 10c
per dosen $1.18
2 lb. Standard Corn, per can Bo
per doi 6c
2H lba. Assorted Soupa, regular 15c
values, per can 16o
While they last, 600 cases Maine
Corn, per can 10c
por dos .. fl.lS
Marvelll Macaroni, per pkg 10o
4 8 lb. Back good flour tl.00
4 8 lb. sack Excellent Flour 11.15
Fig Newtons, per lb 10c
Pretzels, per lb 8o
Soda Crackers, per lb Sc
Fnncake Flour, per pkg Bo
Gibson's Anti-Lye Prunes, per lb. 7o
Snyder's Catsup, pts ISo
Our suburban wagon makes Dun
dee every morning. Council Bluffs,
Monday and Thursday afternoons.
South Omaha, Tuesday and Friday
afternoons. Florence on Wednesday
Tuesday's Special la Meat Market
One ton of Armour's Star Hams (10
to 12 lbs. average), while they Inst,
Snmracr Quarterly Style Book
Ladies' Home Jonnul Patterns
VOW OH tAIil AT JATTIBH
BOOTH Karne Entrance. It's even
greater than the Spring Style nook,
of which we had an enormous sale. It
contains a coupon good for 10 cents
cash, applying on the purchase of a
pattern up 'till September 1st.
Style Book Costs 15c.
MAIN rLOOR. CHANGES
Or XHTTT TO TWH MAXH
Oloves and Hosiery have en
moved to north side Main Alslw.
where staple Notions wre located.
Staple Notions have been moved to
space formerly occupied by Oloves
and Perfumery. Handkerchiefs have
been moved to where Hosl-ry ws
located, while Perfumery and Toilet
requisites have been transplanted to
southeast :orner, Main Floor, where
Tuesday the Second Day of the Great Wash
Goods, White Goods and Linen Sale
at. per lb 14410 M
Swift's Silver Leaf Lard. 3 lb. pull, U
Women's Spring Jackets
There is more style in these stunning little spring coats than
you have ever before been able to secure at such an ab
surdly small price new novelty long and short coats the
silk eton8 and ponies, the fitted and box back coverts, the
tnree button cutaways ana every style rrvo f 98
that iashion sanctions
ti JJIU1M riff lfLHJ
i jel i s y w a n i mi-m Daw
III Fi Kk-Jl ?JioH
N xai. juoogiaa mi n
in Private Exchange connects all Depts. il
Salt of Wo
THB RELIABLE STRK
Sate of Wo
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...i iifiin i n
MAYORSAYS ORDER IS OBEYED
SshlBaa FbU Hit Mnsult os ud Bests
oure in Viotory. I
FORBEARS TO GLOAT OVER TRIUMPH
Contest to See Dogs XVmll. AovA
wltb Catcee on and Peraoma
Protected from Tbelr
, Mayor "Jim" was In a calm and peaceful
frame of mind Monday morning. It waa
the day on which the dog ordinance went
Into effect and the minions of the law were
out enforcing the niusile order.
"Tea, I think it U being generally obeyed
by the people," Bald the mayor, referring
to the dog muMllng order. 'They realUe
as well aa I that It la a measure of publlo
Not one word of triumph did the mayor
titter over the defeat of Mathew Oreevy
and other champions of "justice and equal
ity before the law" for dogs.
"It'e a great thing," said the mayor, re
flectively, "not to give up when the whole
herd la stampeding for the shore. I used
to trail big bunches of cattle across the
country, and we had trouble sometimes
In getting them across the rivers. We
would get them half way over a wide
stream and then something would scare
them and back they would go to the shore
where we started. The only thing to do
was to humor them and not lose your
temper and start them out again. The
same Is true la governing a city and get
ting good laws passed. Tou have to be
' 'And the mayor, catching sight of one of
the four Bryan pictures in the office,
Chief attracts Ills Hen.
Instructions from Chief of Police Dona
hue were read to each detail of patrolmen
Monday In the matter of stray dogs, the
order stating that the mayer's proclama
tion will be followed carefully. Officer
were enjoined not to shoot on the streets
tafcen It upon himself to act as protector
of every house on the block front and It
was dangerous for people to leave their
own houses or for strangers to enter or
even pass on the sidewalk. Officers were
sent out to look up both these animals
and if they are found complaints will be
filed against their owners until they koep
the dogs tied, enclosed or mussled.
Answer to Questions.
To the Editor of The Bee: If a dog is
licensed with a teg on the collar can he
be taken without a muasleT Now, if he
has a inusxle, can he be taken without a
license or a dog tag? if so, what good is
the tag to the owner of the dogT
"A TWBNTT-YEAR SUBSCRIBER."
Mayor Jim answered the first two of
these questions In the affirmative.
'The muczling of the dogs Is a measure
of publlo safety," says the mayor. "The
licensing of the dogs Is a matter of law.
The dogs are personal property in this
state and must be taxed like any other
personal property. A dog must have his
tax paid and wear a muzzle to be safe to
roam the streets of Omaha,"
The appearance of any woman's foot
Is made or unmade by the shoe she
warts. A handsome foot in a poor
shoe loses Its beauty, while a poorly
formed foot In a handsome shoe al
ways looks well. The women we shoe
have handsome looking feet.
We are showing this spring are the
acme of style and beauty. We are
showing every new last ana neei in
Ideal kid, patent colt, dull ,calf, Rus
sia calf and brown kid.
, Notice the Styles We
The nobby two-button patent colt
la exclusively shown by us pumps
that do not slip the button blucher,
a splendid fitter and our two and
three whole sailor ties, very attrac
tive. Turn or welt soles, hlKh or
medium Cuban heels, also medium
and extra extreme Louis XIV heels.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1914 Fa roam St.
Mxy China Sale
A Special Price on Every Piece ol
China, Cut Glass, Lamps, Bric-a- i
Brae; in Fact, Nothing Reserved!
The Housewile's Opportunity
A Moasurinrj Cup Free With
Every Sale Tuesday 1
Suit SpeciaJ for Tuesday
Exactly 47 Suit. All Told-
These Suits were regularly
Bold for $19.50 and $16.50
the season's, most up-to-date
styles, the newest cloths,
man-tailored and perfect fit
Tuesday, special Ht
Another day of great bargain giving, wash
goods, white goods and linens, at prices be
low any ever known for goods of like quality
at this season. Even better bargains than
All our 50c and 59c silk, printed Wash Goods, sold for 33c Mon
day, will go Tuesday at 20o
All our white Fancies that sold at 39c will go at 19c and. . . .15o
All our Dotted Swisses that went at 39c and 25c will go at 120 V
12V2c Toil du Nord Ginghams will go at 5C
All the 12y2c Amoskeag Dress Ginghams, A. F. C, will go at 5o
$1.00 and $1.25 Table Linen will go at 69c
200 all linen bleached Table Cloths, 2V2 and 3 yard lengths, worth
up to $4.00 each, will go at, each 490
7V'ac Tersian Challies SVaO
7c Apron Ginghams 3V&C
7Vc Prints will go at 4c and 2V2G
10c bleached Muslin will go at CVaC
8c unbleached Muslin will go at 5C
Thousands of bargains for Tuesday.
SPECIAL TUESDAY BARGAINS
In Our Busy Suit Department
Every Item Mentioned An Unusually Attractive Value:
$10.00 Cravenette Coats $3.0575
sample garments, good styles, would
sell regularly to $10.00, to T nr
close, choice JsD
$20.00 Tailor Suit 13.50 An excep
tionally handsome lot of sample gar
ments, only 35 of them
to close, at
$4.0O Silk Waists $1.75 Over 200
stylish Bilk waists, trimmed with
laces, insertions and tucks, manufao'
turers' surplus stock, worth 4 7Q
to $4.00, at I. I
$7.50 Silk Coats $3.05 Just 25 nobby
coats in this lot, great bar- '7 QC
gains; to close Tuesday, at. . . D
1000 Weusts for Tuesday
Made of fine Sheer Lawn,
trimmed in Val. lace and in
serting, and some plin
SPECIAL SALE WIS WEEK
Hart, Schalfner & Marx Hand u"Q"d chm
$20 and $25 Values $15 and $18
If you're interested in Good Clothes and not adverse to
a splendid saving see them.
Tomato Plants! Tomato Plantsl
Good strong Tomafoe Plants on sale tomorrow morning at, pcr
IB1 HAYDENS' BML
WARE TO PLEAD FOR RETRIAL
Minister Coavleted of Land Fran da
Gets Hearing; Before Court
at St. Paul.
Special Assistant Attorney Oeneral Rush
and United Btatea District Attorney Oosa
will leave Monday evening for 8t. Paul to
argue against granting the appeal In the
case of Rev. Oeorge Q. Ware to come be
fore the United States circuit court of ap
peals for the Eighth district. Rev. Mr.
wart was convicted in February, 1906, of '
conspiracy, with Frank Lambert and Harry
Welsh, of seeking to defraud the United
States out of title, use and possession of
certain publlo lands In Hooker and Thomas
counties, Nebraska, and of securing fraud
ulent filings on such lands by means of
false and fictitious entries. Welsh and
Lambert both pleaded guilty to the charge,
but Ware stood trial on his plea of not
guilty. He was convicted and sentenced
to pay a fine of $1,000 and to confinement
In the Douglas county Jail for one year.
The case was appealed to the United States
if avoidable, but take them to vacant lots ! ?re"Mr c1ourt f ,W,Ml" nd wt come up
And get your goods started to you on same
day we reoelve the order.
Wl MZAJf MUX. OXSSK8.
There are a great many localities In
Iowa, Nebraska and other surrounding
states where the people cannot get what
they want whan they want it; also the
prices In the smaller places ure so high
most people cannot afford to buy what
they need. We out the prioe on every
thing known to the drag trade and All
mall orders at these out prloes. Just
send us a list of your possible vants and
the next mall will bring onr out prloes
then order ir prices suit. Try this I
a ' high
ity to the pre
every new idea
Schaefer's Cut E?, I 7' 6.50 $5 and $4
wear In regular
to eize 52
Avoid Accident !
T.TTJfT 77 A VD on WnnH HnlH nnrf FflQfl di- I
reotion Car is Headed.
or other more secluded spots for execution.
.The first gun. fired In the war on the
promiscuous canine was the trusty weapon
of Patrolman Michael Klaaane pointed In
tbs direction of a too inquisitive brute
who sought to make himself familiar with
the officer but succeeded only In being
obnoxious. The animal did not show signs
of being rabled, but. In the words of the
officer, "seemed worried "about something" J
and acted menacingly. !
Reports of dog seeming worried over
something continue to pour Into the police
headquarters from all over the city. A
young woman living at Twenty-ninth and
Farnam streets who declined to give Chief
Donahue her name, reported that she was
attacked while waiting for her car on
the corner hear her home by a black
cocker spaniel and was able to save her
self from being bitten only by 'fighting the
animal off with her hand bag and then
escaping on the car. Bhe was badly fright
ened and greatly unstrung as the result of
her fear and excitement but otherwise no
Another report was received from Mr.
Bnlder, Thirty-third and Nicholas streets,
who said a dog In that neighborhood had
for hearing May 7.
Harry Welsh, one of the parties to the
conspiracy, was sentenced to pay a nom
inal fine and six months In the Douglas
county Jail, which sentence of confinement
he has long since completed. Lambert.
I though pleading guilty, has never yet been
sentenced, although he is now out on 16,000
ball and Is at present In Oregon. Lambert
was the principal witness against the con
splratora The lands In controversy were
within what la known as the U. B. I.
ranch enclosure, in Hooker and Thomas
Omaha Cor. 15th and Douglas 8ts ; lth
and Chicago Pts. South Omaha N. W.
Cor. 24th and N Sts. OooaoU SlaXTa tth
Ave. and Main Sts.
The druggists who don't have to substitute.
of teeth with VITILIZED AIR 1 abso
lute la every case.
We make it and Is always fresh,
therefore causing no after effect.
Try It the next time you want a tooth
TAFT'S DENTAL ROOMS
1(17 Douglas Street.
"Iftere it no higher art than the improvement offood"Beecher.
DENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
THE FINEST VALUES IN TIIE BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.
Bennett's Golden Coffee, lb. ..2Cc i Bennett's Capitol Flour, small
And Thirty Green Trading Stamps. sack 60c
Office hours, 8:00 to t:30 a. m.. 12:00 to 1:30
p m. Telephone Harney 63.
OMAHA VETERINARY HOSPITAL
2S10 Mason Street. Omaha, Neb.
H. L. Ramaeelotti. D. V. 8.. Deputy State
and City Veterinarian, Food Inspector,
Chief Surgeon. D. C. Scott. D. V. 8., Hos
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
Hu b sart tor .r SIXTY-riVH TEAKS b.
MllXJONS at UOTHCHI tor th.lr CHIUiRai
TSBTHINU. with PKRFBOT StTCCJSSS. It
SuuTHKS th. OHIUV SOrTE.NS tb. Ot MS, ALUtIS
all PAIN; HHti WIND COUC. ut Is U. bM
nmtit tot IllAHKHuKA. Sola bf DruisUU Is
vry prt ot th world U ttwrw lud uk tor 'Lrm.
WWIH'I Sou till us rup," and Uk so other hue.
renin S.' mms a bottl.- UwrtM4 atdr t A
BOOST FOR CONVENTION CITY
Committers Will Hold Joint Session
at Commercial Clsh) te Lay
Members of the executive committee of
the Auditorium and convention committee
of the Commercial club will hold a Joint
meeting Tuesday evening at the Commer
cial club to dlacuss ways and mean for
the exploitation of Omaha as a convention
city. It la hoped by the Joint effort of the
two committees a number of large con
ventions can be secured for Omaha this
spring and summer and concerted action
will be takes to this end. While it Is
eoooaoea ty u committees that a slight
handicap will be experienced in the way
of hotel accommodations, other attractions
of Omaha will more than counterbalance
any such difficulty and that the pmtlge
of Omaha as a convention center will be
Wafted 1i girls for Amawn drill at
Third rir, Paxtort BlVk
Highest Grade Dentistry.
SCHOOLS AXD COLLEGES.
. u.' r I U. t t Ah VAIlrl ill ak ctaa.
A Home School for Young Women and
Girls, btudents holding certificates cover
ing in full the entrance requirements of
the University of Nebraska or of Iowa,
are admitted without examination to Jun.
lor year of advance course. Certificate In
college preparatory course admits to
Vusoar. Wellesley, (Smith, Mt Holyoke,
I'niversity of Nebraska, University of
Wisconsin and University of Chicago
Kxoepl tonal advantages In Music, Art und
l,metlc Srlence Well equipped gymna
.t,im and outdoor sports, btudents moth
ered sympathetically by women of largo
t.iarttcal experience with girls In that
highly important formative period between
Basket Fired Japan Tea, lb
And Thirty Green Trading
Pure Pepper, ground, can. 10c
And Five Green Trading
Safety Matches, dozen boxes
New York Full Cream
Cheese, pound 20c
And Ten Green Trading
Vlrglaa Swiss Cheese, lb. 2 Bo
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps
Red Cross Cream, large can.,10o
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
Diamond S Preserves, large jar. 2 8c
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps
Corn, can 5c
Baked Beans, can.... 4c
Potted Meats, can.... 4c
48c I And Forty Green Tradlna- Rrmn
Flower and Vegetable Seeds, j
Pkg in J
Pears, In syrup, can... .15c
And Twenty Green Trading
Blood of the Grape Juice,
pint bottle 25c
And Ten Green Trading
Worcester Table Salt, sack
And Ten Green Trad,. Stamps
Bayle's Cider Vinegar, quart bot
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
Helns Vinegar, Malt, Cider Pick
ling, quart bottle 25c
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps
Japan Mice, 2 lbs 14c
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
Do not attempt to Got On or Off whtn Car is In Motion.
Assist us in preventing accidents. ,
Omaha & Council Bluffs St. Ry. Co.
DR. BRADBURY, Doniict, same lees t ton
190v PAR NAM urM omaha , rnene uongiaa wo
Porcelala Fills.. $1 of
Crowns I&AO ap
Bridge Werk . 2.B0 up
rUtes 92.00 as
We make s specialty
eC metal and roofless
plates. Painless work la
all operations. Work
guaranteed 10 years.
A GOLD BRACELET
Would make an acceptable graduating sift. Wo have
some beauties, ranging around $ 68 to 1?.00; sold
filled sood quality $ 00, $4 00 and $5.00.
6pend a few minutes in our store. Look for the
S. W. LINDSAY. Jeweler
1516 Uouglai Stret.
ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE o,, rf,v
CsrUls Curs lor Tlrsd, Hot, Aching Fset V Tuuf
DONOTA00KPTA8UBSTTVTe. , J'JJ7l&
R. JOSEPH ZEIS-
ty of Chicago- aays: "I
fully believe that the
moderate use of good
beer at meal times acts
as a tonic, and Is there
fore uaeful to adult per
sons." Btors Beer is the em
bodiment of the doc
tor's idea of good beer.
You order a case sent
home today and drink
It with your meals. It
will not only add seat
to the meal, but it will
build you up. Try It.
Eton Brewing Co
To Cure the Grip
Tou must have a medicine that not only
kills the germ that produces the 8 rip,
but one that drives the poison out of the
Howell's Anti-Grip and Cold Capsules
Renovate the whole system, make you
fel llko a new person. lon't suffer an- '
other minute wuen reuel is so easy to
get. zsu uox.
HOWELL DRUG CO. ,
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