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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1907)
TITC OMAHA DAILY DUCi" BATtnTTTAT, MAY 11, 1007.
TashUn Emphatically Decrees .
The Larfc Hat Is The Correct
Style for Summer -
The large bat ia poeed on the back of the head.
In style It la a distinct departure from the etylea shown
in March ahd April. In New York It Is all the rage. .
Summer Suits and Dresses
In oar beautifully appointed new colt department
we show tba ncuMt arrival for summer wear In the
light dainty dresses, detnl costume, summery Butts,
etc A perfect gallery of summer styles.
mart New Summer Hats
Women's Mi Jumper Suits, Sliirft Waist Suits $g
A rd Smart Tnilnred Suite. Worlli $12.50 un !o 820 at 0
Brandcis is always first to show new styles that are absolutely correct in shape, color and
trimming. Our new summer models (thousands of them) are ready for you to select.
Our New York buyer sent us 200 of these Suits. They were bought
at a big reduction. Every suit new, seasonable and just what you'd buy
for present wear. Smart silk jumper suits with the very latest style
features dressy little 6hirt waist suits and stylish tailored suits in new
ideas for 1907. They have created no end of talk among those who
have seen them in the window.
At this sale yon savs $5 to $10 on your new suit
ri i r.i . t w-
I . ,, - IIIILl.WI WIJE.L..IJ JUBJJJiJ I J
Every Suit is new and this season's new up-to-dato
style not one is worth less than
$12.50 Many worth up to $20 Saturday,
Evening White Coats
(t Is a neceRBlty almost every evening
I. In summer: We price a new and
k 'pretty lot very specially for Saturday
-box, pony and Prince
THE "FASHIONSEAL" TAILORED SUITS AT $25
The very highest grade tailor made Suits that the best men-tailors can
execute, the new models for early summer wear and extremely stun
ning in light 6tripes, plaids and checks, a touch of Parisian style in
each one, wide selection in point of stylo and every
style is authentic
Coats for Summer Wear
The . newest coats of lace, Shantung
silks, tailored white serges, broad
cloths and roverts all new and
"tremely dressy, at
SHIRT WAIST SALC
Beautiful new styles of 1907 "Waists, some simply
i trimmed with fine tucks, pleats, etc., others quite
elaborate with embroidered panels, lace insertion
; trimming, etc., every waist new, fresh and stylish
worth up to $2.50 in two lots 13
Lingerie and Silk Waists Most beautiful styles for
1907 dainty silks, elegantly finished, also sheerest of
white lawns, in charming styles and
. trimmings worth $4 at. ......
In Our New Basement we show new Waists that are
' worth $1 and $1.50, all pretty styles,
'all sizes, but slightly mussed at. . . .
New Tailored Skirts
Buy that separate skirt now youll
need It regularly throughout the com
ing warm weather we mention the
,new styles with wide folds, also with
.3?? and 6??
Summery .While Dresses
Made of sheer materials, trimmed In
the daintiest fashion, short or long
sleeves, ' many quite elaborately fin
This illustration shows six styles of our famous $5.00 hats. Beautiful hats gy
like these have made our moderately-priced millinery department famous all Y
through the west. These hats are distinctly beautiful in style, and the ma
terials are our own importation direct from Paris.
Tomorrow at '.
You can select a becoming style from these fashionable hats. . '
Our Famous $2.50 Ilat
Have you seen them. They are
winning praises every day. A
great . variety of up-to-date
shapes, trimmed with daisies,
roses, foliage," etc., artistically
combined with ribbons, malines
and wings. Hundreds of new
HAIR DRESSING DEPT.
Marcel Waving . Specialty
Halrdresslng, mHnlcurinr and shampooing, Electrical
faclai massage and scalp treatment a specialty.
Swith of fine hair, worth $1.60, at........ OS
Extra fine Switch, 20-inch., worth $2.50, at.. ...$1.50
Natural wavy Switch. 24-ln.( worth $8.00, at777.$4.98
Great Bed Spread Sale
$5.00 Bed Spreads for $1.93
$1.23 B4 Spreads for 59c
"We bought for spot cash 500 manufacturer's
fine Sample Bed Spreads at a small fraction of
their value. They are heavy Marseilles, fine
Eatin Marseilles, both white and colored, - hem
med und fringed, either square or cut corners,
beautiful mercerized colored spreads, etc
These elegant Bed Spreads have been on display
m our window and are ac- 1
tually worth up .to $5.00,
on sale Saturday at,
Also a big lot of full size, hemmed crochet White
Bed Spreads, $1.25 values, each '.;
IN CHILDREN'S DEPT.
Children's Wash Dresses In percales, chambrays,
plain and figured fabrics jumper and sailor ef-fects-f-worth
in a regular way $1 each CO
Children's Wash Dresses Embroidered
trimmed, large full collars, ages 4 to 14
Special Saturday. ,
Children's Novelty Mixed Box Coat ages C to 14.
$1.50 WOMEN'S CHEMISE FOR 08o -Special
In our undermuslln section we offer an extra
chemise lace or embroidery trimmed, with lace ruf
fle around bottom, a $1.60 value, at
WOMEN'S TWO-PU:CE HOUSE DRESSES
Lawns and Percales ruffled bottom skirt and loose
dressing sacques, at
designs on sale
in our millinery
main floor, at . . ,
GIBSON GIRL SAILOR
This new hat is shown
principally in burnt straw
with a huge ribbon bow,
bound with ribbon velvet,
also black straw with big
black pompoms ; first show
ing in our mil
linery dept. Sat
. 50c (or 2.50 Untrlmmcd Hats
This assortment of untrtmmed hat
selected from our stock of higher
priced hata Is very large, a com
plete line of colors and styles at
this unusually low price; choice,
in our economy
millinery de- PA
partment, main iIlO
floor .". . . v
f.000 Don Imported Flowor In Out
These are roses in browns and all
colors, daisies, corn tlowera, and
every imaginable flower; on sale in
SPECIAL SALE OF JET BELTS, WASH BELTS, Etc.
t ft -. l rt . iri K!
Wash nelts with Pearl Buckley
Beautiful embroidery eyelet ef
fects, made to sell for 60c, we
offer 600 of
Elastic Rlt Steel studded. In
black and white
elastic, blue and
I BbUUUVU, 1U
Black Jet Beaded BeHa
Largo Jet Hat Pins
A very Bpecial
bargain, at. ....... .
Women's Jet Bracelet
The RnTJ fflkatk RtuAAeA Itella.
In white, blue, brown a ra
Pearl Beads. In all colors, red.
blue, pink and
green, large size,
Solid Leather Bags and
Belt Pins, Shirt Waist
Sets and cuff Pins,
worth 60c, at
or, red. "
WP1 and $4C0
and OXFORDS at $P1
THE ENTIRE SURPLUS STOCK OF THE GREEN-WHEELER COMPANY. Fort Dodge. Iowa.
The finest newest and prettiest Oxfords and High Shoes ever sold in Omaha, at special sale. Includes high and low
shoes m lace or button, sailor ties, pumps, etc.-all this season's most desirable styles, including the favorite tans, choc
olate browns, etc. . -
These stylish high and low
shoes worth up to $4V pair,
Saturday at, pair
On sale in our richly ap
pointed new shoe depart
ment, old store, main floor,
E$X3T5i!eE pairQUAI:IT! SAMPLE XrpS-Si2eS 1 10 3 Pairsf these famous Oxfords worth up to J JJg
New " '
n i1.. u a j m i k m j w n
1 llr I
3oMT FoKGEf NEXT MONDtf IS THr "$& SftUET Opi
Floor Oi I ClotinoleuraVSttuvf Hatting
different designs, made to fit our
popular medallions, special, each.
BURLINGTON ALSO IS POOR
(Continued from Third Pafe.)
Jjoan aswoi'lnflnn hn twen 'lncrMsltis; Its
fj.itaualn to $l.Cou,000. The cniiers are
t:. U. Uund, presiiient; OeorKe A. Bcott,
vice prUient: Oui O . Tieohrr. lieaurer;
Henry Hotkf ubnger, secretary.
WEST POINT A i exclUiif blue rtx-k
hoot we held at the farm of John Pea
, trowvki. The Antlope and Coyote clubs
liave rornanlzel and are now known
ae Club No. 1 and Club No. 2. The acore
was ae follows: No. 1, 7i: No. t 8J.
GRKELKwOn of the Oreeley county
bioodhoundii-liune' htmnclf laat nlht. The
aixriileDt ae caused by the do jumping
uver the enclosure in which Sheriff But
ton had Vilm chained, suspending himself In
tr.liialr, He was dead when discovered.
HCHCTLJtR The Catholic mission which
has . been holdlnf here at the Catnolic
ciii'.rch the last wk closed this evenln
. lth a Urge attendance. The mission will
Continue In the l'uniln church the coming
thlrtnrn mllce north of Bchurler.
GRAM) J8LAM-Throus-h the effort" of
the Commercial club the eucreea of the
undertaking lit the direction of establish
ing ik brewery In inls city ie assured.
Nearly '.(Q.iam lias been nlsed and the
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
Imi um tor er.r IIXTT-riVa TBARS br
fcHXI'ihi al k'lTllkHI far tli.tr OHII.DHEN
WH1LK TCErHINU. .Ill rk hrBCT ilU CESS. II
KMlilii th CHILD. Sort Its lb OUMs. 4LLAT.
Slf PA1M; Ct'NKI WIKU tOUC, sa4 Is Ik. kH
rmt tot DIAKRHOItA. Sol4 by DruscUU IS
H7 pn el Us woris. Be 9m.ru s4 ess l "Mrs.
iiiuvs ftooiiiisf ru." ssS taks ee oikr sue.
Tcutr-ts cmu s btitlLs. UuranU4 soilw ts
Kou4 u Dross Act. Jo ii IMk. it s.rt.l Niuabtf
'luM. AN UU1 AND WSU. TRIbO UKUKOT.
TOU CAN RENT
A. NY MAKE TO '.
Exchsngs Typewriter Co.
l&Zt t AKNAMbTS.
1'Uone Uob. .i&t. Onutlia,
work of Incorporation will be taken In hand
BKATH1CB The Union Pacific Railroad
rompHny hits nelitwd the car shortage at
the Davis stone crusher plant at Ulue
Hprinae by putting into service a large
number of coal cms of the "battle ship '
typf. They are unude of steel and are of
luU.OuO pounds capacity.
AL'BUHN According to the records of the
county olerk's office for the month of April,
the morlKuge indebtrdneui of the county
was materially decreased during the mnntli.
The total number of mortgages of all kinds
filed whs titty-live, amounting to Ho.liii
The total number released was fifty-three,
bEATRlCE Out of respect to the mem
ory of the late K. S. Bibb, district c.iurt
adjourned yesterday for the afternoon ses
sion. Many prorumem attorneys, inciuuing
Judge riroady and Judge Munger of lAn
roln. Judge 8. P. Davidson of Tecumsch
and Judge Raper of Pawnee City, attended
the funeral services.
BKWAKD The district conference of the
York district of the Methodist church met
at 1'tlca for a two das' conference List
week, Kev. W. B. Alfnndira. of York,
the presiding elder, presided. Dr. Bronsin
of Pnii'uso. urnteMtor or practical theilo-y
of th Northwestern university, delivered
four eloquent addresses.
BEATH1CE The five saloon men of Wy
more, U. S. McGoogan. James P. Mc
Cartby, Oeorge liuiahlser, Oeorge Slioff
and Juiin Plaar, wbo closed their places of
business a wek ago because they Were
obliged to read ver line fur lltiuor licenses.
have resumed business again. They were
S ented licenses by the &ly council W.diej.
VOU'UBI E Lebanon lodge No. 5e. An
cient Free and Accepted Jdasons. elected
omcers tor the ensuing Masonic year as
follows: U. A. Scott, worshipful master;
I. H. Johannes, senior warden; L. W. 8uow.
junior wa.den; H. A. Clark, treasurer; J.
H. Meagher, secretary. l ne loogo win
have a bantiuet and joint Installation with
the Eastern Star.
SCHUYLER A summer day with the.
tempetatur rarging cUmm to the ninety
degree murk, a north wind 'blew up lust
evening, cauetng the mercury id drop f?;y-
nv digrees, which cauhed anotr.er icmi.
Little corn lies aa yet been plantitl, the
farmers ttng mut k afrnld of a late frost.
The d.'lay in planting will cause the crops
this year to be very tate.
rRf'MONT-Mri. Allrea Unin, wife of
I.. P. Larson, died at the family residence
this morning of paralysis. Mrs. Larson
hsd been suffering from that disease since
last fall and returned last month frcm the
Pacific coal after an eaiecded stsy f.T her
health, without being beneflied. Ehe was
bo:n in Ewedcn and had lived in tula
country for over thirty ears. '
BCUPTI.KR-The Bchuvh-r High school
junior reception was held this evening in
the rr'u'' "f t.e C)dd Fi-llous' ha'l In homr
uf Hie rjualor clsaa. The hdU was eial.
crutcl dccoiaUNl l.l old loao aad Clcaiu,
the colors of the senior class. The class
consists of twenty-three members, which
Is one of the largest grndimting classes
ever passing from the Schuyler High
BKATRICE W. W. Wright, who win
elected grand worthy patron of the Kastern
Mar at the grand cnapter held at Lincoln,
was given a reception upon his retum home
last evening. He was met at the depot by
the Queen City band and a delegation of
the members of the order, who escorted
him up town to the Masonic hall, wnere
me evening was devoted to speech making
and a good social time.
COLL It B I' S The Board of Education at
the lust meeting elected to have charge of
the schools: Prof. Sherman, superintendent;
Vrof. I. H. Britell. K. J. Huntsman, Kstella
Kofs, Kinlly A. Ashton, Huldah Malur,
Julia Redmora, Lar.a Darrow, Sarah A.
Brlndley, Clara Jacobson, Ida Thompson,
lillis Sheehan, Estella Mace, Ruby Itlck
ley, Ida Kaufmann. Bertha Echuphach, Ines
K. Nash, Uda Turner. Alvina Lucre, Anna
H. King, Kdna Beardsley.
Al'UL'RN-It lias teen reported here by
several authorities that the wlint crop in
this vicinity ia great y Injured. They say
that while the growing crop haa the ap
.... r :,,, uf .iiii..irriL mrltt. uiucli ti' it i
an absolute laiture anu nianv iicum win
have to be plowed up.- They bns these
statements on sn examination made this
week. In which they lound that while the
groin looked green and healthy on the eur
lace, tl'.e roots were dead. Jt Is also re
ported that there will he a fair crop of
peaches and apples, despite the recent cold
AVEST POINT News haa just reached
fne city of the tragic deuth at Nardln.
Okl., oi Mrs. Lllllaa Smith, wife of Joseph
Smith. lutt county ussesnor for Cuming
county. The couple wera married last No
vember and Immediately thereafter Mr.
Smith resigned his offlce, aold his rtne farm
and removed with hie wife and family to
Oklahoma. Mia. Pmllh committed suiclda
by shooting herself In the heud three times, ,
at the family home. No cause la asVgned ;
for the act. She was the second wife of
Mr. Smith and was 6 years of age. i
YORK Artlclea of Incorporation were
adopted at a meeting of the &ks
committee lafi neunesuiy evening anu i.ie
following directors elected: O. W. Pout. C.
A. McCloud, O. M. Monro, W. W. Wyckoff.
T. W. Smith, E. Li. Woods, Joseph Pick,
August Scimelder und C. J. Traugcr. At
tlie direct. ira meeting lust evening held I i
the couit house. C. A. McCloud was elex tod
president Lr. O. M. Moore, vice president,
and C. J. Trauger. secretary. Tins com
mittee will have charge of purchasing a lo
cation and the bull lint- cT tio K26.0 A Klks
club hous In the city of York.
ALBION After one of the most suc
cessful e rs ever experienced the cltv
schools close May U. A full corps o?
teachers has been elected for the comir.i;
ear, ts follows: fuire Ir.tenent. H. C.
Kllley; rrln- ijf 1 of hich sc :ivl. Miss Ad lie
IteyuolL'son; hist s.s:h'. in. Itta Cuk;
stxuiid at slant, lncj Li. a, t.HU gibde.
Mae Alexander, seventh, Anna Ilefron;
sixth, Ethel 'Williamson; fifth, Lenore
Mathews; fourth. Bertha Fisher; third.
Olive Burdlck; second, Hallie Pettlbone;
first, Julia Thomas; kindergarten, Clara
1 1 oiil. Four changes have been made on
account of resignations.
NEBRASKA FROM DAY TO DAY
Qoalat ssd Carious Features of Life
la a Rapidly Growing-State.
Pender ahould leave the question of
smallpox to arbitration since court officials
aeem to be In doubt.
dairy cattle seem to have the advantage
of those who put their trust in beef
strains, aa grass haa grown despite cold
Conflicting evidence A disgraceful fight
took place on "Heirs half acre" Baturday
nlgtjt which was witnessed by a large num
ber of people, no two of whom tell the
same story in regard to the affair. Genoa
Receipts at South Omaha show
farmers are more interested In next
crop than In turning live stock Into
With the winter wheat crop four points
above the ten-year average Nebraska caaj
- . 1 . . . . l . I k. . . .
lace tne resuic oi ,a c-oiu Bfi:"s "i""i
York seems determined to have a new
Burlington depot or ascertcin the name of
the man who was responsible for a broken
Just now the fanners wbo are raising
The Red Hog Scores Kirk Smith near
Bertha Is the owner of a Duroc sow that
haa a whole brood of young pigs. While
! brood isn't exactly the word to use yet In
I this case It ts quite appropriate, for there
that are lUBt nineteen little Duroc pigs be-
I i i . .1,1. Mnil,lu A n 1
lOllBIIIS IV Hil" lliuiliriif uiu " " . " '
she's not a stock food sow either, just a
plain - pig with sandy hair. Tecumseh
Tuesday afternoon while It was full of
ladlea trading, and of course there was
something doing as toon as It was die
covered. Talk about high Jumping and
high pitched screams. No counter or show
case was too high to get on top of, neither
wae the' high soprano notes too high to
be reached by this large chorus of lady
voices. Claus Carlson finally came to the
rescue and with a hammer dispatched hit
ratship, thereby restoring order and de
corum among the freniied females. Hold
"Abe" Hummel Sentenced.
NEW YORK, May 10. One year In etete
pris m and to pay a fine of 5ov wss the
sentence Imposd today upon Abraham
H. Hummel, the lawyer who was convicted
of conspiracy to annul the marriage In the
famous Dodge-Morse divorce caee. Hnm-
mel's conviction .and sentence w tg, today
affirmed by the apoelU'o division of the
Bad gtoaaaea . ttmM Cared.
Having been sick for the last two years
with a bad stomach trouble, a mend gar
me a dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. They did. me so uuoh good
that I bought a bottle of them and have
aaed twelve bottles in all. Today I aia
well of a bad stomach trouble. atra, Joaa.
Lows, Cooper, sdaine.
Mother Kills Child aad Self.
PITTSIBCRO, May 10. Despondent be
eause of 111 realm. Mrs. Alexander Blge
worth. killed her It months old child and
then shot and killed herself early today
at her home In Alleghany. The bodies were
found by her husband, when he returned
from his night's work rn a steel mill.
Blair Becoming Important Two months
have passed since The Pilot called atten
tion to the old Junk pile that Is doing duty
as a railroad depot. The old depot still
stands an eyesore and a blot on the land
scape. In the next few days a petition
will be olrrulated among the cltlxens of
Blair, calling upon the railroad company
i for some action In the matter. Get ready
to sign the protest against having the old
rubbish heap any lunger aa a depot. Blair
S .in '1 1 - - - T 1 - ' - " -
j Ducks Are "Wise" Just because It la
against the rules to carry a shotgun this
time of tho year, the wild ducks are nu
merous and very tame. Several flocks of
mallards, widgeon and redheads paddled
placidly up and down Beaver creek Satur
day, the fishermen moving up and down
the creek within easy shooting distance of
the birds scarcely causing the flutter of a
pinion. A fair mnrksman could have eaidly
killed the "limit" within an hour or two.
1 Rat In the Dry Goods Store The Nelson
I Clothing company has about the nicest
j bunch of Indy clerks that could be founl
l in a day's Journey. They understind their
! work, are polite and obliging and always
anxious to please their customers, but they
haven't much us3 for rats or mice. A
half grown rut wandered ln:o the store
s Tssar mm
SHOES FOR MEN
THE SHOE FOR YOU
King; Quality shoes are famous
for their uniform wearing qual
ities. They never disappoint,
for each pair is made to conform
to the same high standard before
leaving-the factory. You can al
ways rely on them. King Qual
ity shoes require no " breaking
in." Thoy fit your feet when
first put a and retain their
natural shape Indefinitely. Try
the King Quality shoe. It is tha
shoe for you.
i ins acuacin s patterns are
pleasing in every respect. See
them before purchasing your
.,-.lw s isaai'-s.i:----',J
Dig MIdseason Sale mi
For a whole month we have been planning fc
this bargain offering. . J
T- Adrnlafi AAWiVtinai'lAyiei VUm , Will . O .
8o Papers, blanks, gilts,; full combinations, per
12o Papers, gilts, per roll .80
Varnished Tiles as low as, per roll 15o
Two-tone Papers, up-to-date, per roll 18c
Two-tone Papers, fine grade, per roll 35o
Extra Special Papers at, roll, lHo and 2VSo
Wall Paper Cleaner, 2 cans for 25o
Paste that sticks, per package, 15c and 250
AN EXTH A SPECIAL SALC
at Medallion Caunter
Saturday we will sell our regular $1.25 Medal
lion Frames in heavy embossed gold or silver
French plate, with easel back, six
If isale- doee not rsrry "KSt QTrX-rTT," goad for Fried Catalog.
ARNOLD SHOE COMPANY, No. Abington, Mass.
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