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THE OMAIIA DAILT BEE: TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1007.
Tuesday Will Be
Loom UlUCl ltC
On of the Fineot Wo litre Ever Shown on Special Sole
Oreat bargain squares filled with
these new embroideries just received
and very specially priced.
Mony in Notch Seto.
All choice new pat-
jjj terns dainty baby de
signs, neat French hand
work effects most de
Worth up to 50c Yard
TUESDAY SILK SPECIALS
$1.00 new shirt waist silk suitings; checks
fancy stripes monotone effects
. pure dye Peau de Cygne in
in the newest colorings yard .
250 UNMADE SKIRT PATTERNS OF SILK Of 36 and
40 inch materials fancy sifitings, the shepherd fl Co C
checks, Pekin stripes, Melanges, silk finished . I J
mohairs, worth $3.00 full pattern, at. . . .
-L I .
MUZZLE ON THIRD EDICT
Bestralninj Order Granted Against
, Jlayor'i Dog Proclamation.
GREEVY - STUL FUEND OF TIGE
tttMki the Mu If rata Now
Oraaali sni ' feae4a la Oct
Umg It Held Up for
A isal attack upon Mayor Ifehlmant
third dog muxillne ordinance has been
(lartrd by M. J. Oreevy through John O.
Telaer,. hi attorney, Tho attack la made
by maani of supplemental proceeding! In
the second case which waa decided ad
versely to the mayor by Judge Sutton
about a week ago. Permission from' the
court has been secured to file a supple
mental petition based upon entirely new
grounds. . ,
Judge Trap Issued a restraining older
Monday afternoon to prevent the enforce
ment of the proclamation until a hearing
The . order Is made returnable before
Judge Button Saturday.
: The new petition alleges that the author,
tty Tested in the mayor by the ordinance
to dtertnlne when an epldemto of rabies
exists Is a -judicial function and the
mayor's decision can be appealed from. If
this is true, it is asserted the mayor
should have held an open hearing, at
which both sides could be represented. Mr.
Oreevy sets up that he asked the 'right to
be heard before the mayor, but was de
nied that right. As there Is no record of
any proceedings before the mayor It is
claimed no appeal can. be taken, and hence
the legal right of the plaintiff to go into
the courts is denied. The court Is asked
permanently to enjoin the enforcement of
the terms of the proclamation until a for.
mal hearing before Mayor Dahlman, open
to those interested. Is had. and a new
proclamation Issued If the result of that
healing convinces the mayor conditions
warrant a new ukase.
The original case was decided purely
upon the question whether er not the
referendum law had been legally adopted.
Judge Sutton decided it had been. The
other question raised in the original peti
tion were not settled and are again raised
In. the supplemental petition. It is con
tended that a dog becomes personal prop
erty after a license has been issued for It
and the destruction of them under the
proclamation Is the taking of property
Mrs. Winalow'i Soothing Syrup
Has ba ease for SlXTT-FIVa rim ,
ulJJuWS W k'lTHIK tor thai CHU.L.KSH
V.H1UI tkkthino. FSHracT tuccas. N
SaIUIUE Ik VHILD. uTftK4 UatllMt, atUI
,U TAIH; ll'HIl WIND CUUC,. u4 Is U
rmmmtt tur UlAkRHOit. Sol br DrvaslMa la
,til el lb ri4- & wu ui ul fat ' 'Mru
Viuiow's soothing rrv." aa4 UA. ikr kiae.
fwur-S. eMie s boUl ImiuM utir ut
ru4 aas pna , Jf SKa, im. -ui kt
are the fine waists from our f
New York buyer's most successful
Every waist is new and if
Up:to-date white' and colored Shirt ff
well made, but Cl it
mussed, at ....... . .J' 15 V
Shirt Waists, plain tailored or !
embroidery trim- O st
Shirt Waists, 6hort or long it
' l,' ; V I
without due process of law. It Is alao
contended the city enters into a contract
with the owner of a dog when it Issues
a license and cannot break that contract
by any new conditions such as requiring
dogs to wear muszles.
WILD SCARE OVER WILD REPORT
" Oae Hollers Meal Doge aaa
t Bverylway Starts.
The police station waa thrown .Into ex.
citement Monday noon when- a mad dog
scare loomea up threateningly to require
a good share of the foroe In a hunt for a
roving dog foaming at the mouth and
snapping at Objects in passing. A message
was received the other day from Mr.
George W. Kelley. 8408 Corby street. Shying
tier aog was acting strangely, but that she
did not want to kill it until she waa sure
it waa mad. Captain Mostyn advised her
to take no chances, but have the animal
tied up securely tt await developments.
Monday noon there was no question ahnut
the dog's ailment and. it was. discovered,
mo siory goes, at its rope, biting the ken
nel and foaming at the month, "unmis
takably mad." The police were reauested
to send a man to kill it, when suddenly it
disappeared and then the whole force
asked to give chase so that it might not
mn wiia over the city.
It was then matters took a serious njJt
at the station and arrangements were be
ing maoe nurrledly to gather every pos
sible policeman to start after the wt..n
the welcome news came over the telephone
vnai msieaa or having disappeared up the
street the dog had merely gone Inside Its
kennel and was then still securely tied.
Officer Thomas arrived t the scene and
put an end to the animal s existence.
EAST THINKS PANlcTlS. DUE
Cnet rdrtUa4 Way Weot Per
sists la Sorvlvlaa; Wall Street
Gambling- Breaks. .
The east is looking for a tun to the
tide of affairs and cannot understand why
it does not come," said E. H. Bprague.
president of the Omaha ftubber Goods
company, who has been in New Tork for
the last two weeks. "I talked with some
pretty big men In my line of business and
thsy have been looking for some time for a
break in the business of the weet because
of the fluctuation and depression of stocks
in the east and they don't understand It.
"Of course. I bad to tell them that this
great and glorious west was In fine shape
and prospering and . not dependent upon
any stock fluctuations In the east; that we
had great prospects and did not propose
to be scared.
"The presidents of some of the larger
concern admitted their business was far
ahead of anything they ad ever had and
that they , were farther behind on their
orders than ever before, having reached
a stage where they wure practically, not
looking for new business until they could
clean up on the old." ;
Mr. Bprague played golf on a couple of
the noted golf courses ot the east pa which
tmmenso sums of money had been apeal
okaui nrma roo cwwm
Everything Good to Eat In the
Model Food Store. Tuesday's
Spinach, per peck Be
Radishes, per dos. Bunches. .. 1 . ,10e
Lettuce, I Bunches for Be
Celery, scarce. Large, per stock.. 350
Pineapples, each Be tt lOo
Fresh California Peaches, per dos.BOo
Large Lemons, per dosen "Oo
Cocoanuts, each Bo
New Potatoes, per peck .....40e
Maple Sugar, per pound 10e
Pretsels, per pound o
Health Prunes, per pound ...Bo To
Standard Tomatoes, per can 10o
Standard Corn, per can Bo
6,000 lbs. Armour's Hams. (10 to 12
lb. Average), at, per pound 14o
Sugar Cured Corn Beef, Boneless,
per pound w..6c
Special Sale all this Week
High Grade California Wines
$1.60 Table Claret, per gajlon . . .S1.B9
$1.00 Port or Sherry, per gallon. fl.60
$2.00 Sweet Catawba, per gallon. 01 -SO
2 00 Sweet Wines, Tokays, Angelica
' and eto flJSO
tognncy ft Ga
. 17th and Douglas St.
aL Douglas Mf
Private Bxobange connect ail Depta,
One of the popular styteg we are
showing this spring for 'misses'
and children's wear, Is made with
colored tops; jn drab,' white and
brown genuine oore calf tops that
can be cleaned, patent colt ramps,
button only. They are very natty.
Misses' sizes 11 to 2, $2.60
Children's slies, 8H to 11. . . .$2
Children's sizes ,B to 8, $1.60
. Bring In the little ones It you
want a nice dress shoe.
Drexel Shoe Co.
, . .ill) rarnim SL
Boom la, Bushman Blook.
Entrance, lit & lth Street.
ETverrthlng at Dental ' College prices.
We make a specialty of roofless plates.
Gold Crowns B9-BO I
Bridge Teeth ., fa. 60
.. Teeth Bxtraoted ...... ,,..BSo
We use the pstent, double suction air
chamber in every plate we make, which
guarantees you a perfect fit.
All operations painless.
Be sure you find the right place.
Boom IS, Bushman XI., ST. B. Oor. IStk
and Ponglas. Entrance on lth Bt.
Grape Juice Sale
All this week and next we shall have a
demonstration and sale of Fremont Grape
PRICES AS FOLLOWS: . t
Pint bottles : 16c
1 dosen pint bottles K to
I case,, 1 dosen pint bottles It-76
Quart bottle 46c
1 dosen quart bottles .....t40
Sherman & r.!cConnair Drug Go
Cor. loth and Dodge.
OWL DRUG CO Cor. lath and Harney
Wcm ake artificial Teeth
that looknatural, fit your
mouth perfectly, feel
comfortably. , t
We extract teeth Painlessly
with VITLAlZEr AIR.
SET OF TEETH. ...$B.OO and up
TAFTS DENTAL ROOMS
till DouaUae Street.
but be said Omaha had no reason to take
a back seat, for all its courses were new.
"They have more little bunkers and
hasards, making it difficult for a stranger
to make a good showing, but these links
of Omaha will compare favorably with any
ef them at that."
Why suiter from rheumatism whan one
application ot ' Chamberlain's Pain Balm
gives relief T
atanguar Oa. LETTHR SPECIALISTS.
Misses' and ' I
Dress Shoes I
,mm,m.7'"'''I1Z'Ii"iI1iii .-J I
OMAIIA WEATHER FORECAST Tnpsdnr: Fair and wnrmer.
quality; elegant color combinations; changeable effects; Tg
also 27-ln. Habutal (wash) silk; nearly every yard worth, 11 f
$1.00; Tuesday, yard
BLACK DRESS GOODS SPECIAL 7 plecer of the finest Imported
Black Mohairs; 44-ln. and 64-ln. wide; either plain or Sicilian
weave prettier than black silk; shed the dust and are Q C
waterproof; worth up to $2 yard, at. DC
COLORED PRESS GOODS SPECIAL Several thousand yards of the
choicest 60c Wool Suitings; 36 -
stripes, light ot dark lengths
waists; every yard worth 60c;
Double Folded Per
cales, dark colors;
also 36-ln. light
' styles, Tuesday,
Best . Apron Gingham,-
8tt and 10c yd.,
Tues., yard 4H4
Colored Linens, 36-ln
that sell In Omaha
for SSc and 60c
every color dark
or light plain col
ors, wash beautiful
ly, lustrous, Tues
day, yard . . . .10
60-pIece lot fine Ba
tistes, plain weaves,
new styles, light or
dark; Tuesday on
sale, yard, at.,51
The Finest Selected Line of Boys'
Straw Hats in Omaha
SPECIAL - MEXICANO FISH-
Boys' Graduation Suits
The Suits we offer you are positively this season's
stock, newest fabrics and best that money can buy. They
are YOUNG MEN'S SUITS (not men's. suits in small
sizes)', superb in. style, workmanship and fit
The garinent of the weU-dressed
manvf,' JJan,Je worn with sus
penders or belt, or without
tna assistance of -elthsr;
$7, $, 5 and
Behiieii's Big Grocery
i Bums at Bmnwrn oiocnr, tottbb
IOKT iLWATI TO TXI atlOKT,
Bennett's Capitol Coffee, pound kg g8o
And Twenty Oreen Trading Stamps.
rreali Boasted Coffse, rb ieo
And Ten Oreen Trading Stamps.
TITH'.Fiv. J'pan Iona-, Gunpowder, English
xreaKiaat, lb. go0
And Thirty Oreen Trading Stamps. "
Bennetfs Capftol Baklnv Powder, pound can.. 24o
Ai Twenty Oreen Trading Stamps.
LEMON SXTRACT Bennett's Trlpple, small bottle Se
"Best We Have" Corn, I cans 5o
. And Ten Oreen Trading Stamps.
Worcester Table Salt, sack Bo
And Five Oreen Trading Stamps.
Batavia Macaroni, pound pkg HUe
And Ten Oreen Trading Stamps.
Snider's Baked Beans, srpall can ioe
And Five Oreen Trading Stamps.
Snider's Bakod Beans, medium can , 15a
And Ten Oreen Trading Stamps. ""
Snider's Baked Beans, large ean jqc
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
Double Oreen Trading Stamps With Oranolated Bus-ar
Uiamond S Preserves? larse Jar. . .T. . .77 880
And Twenty Oreen Trading Stamp's!"""
LIMA BEANS A few hundred No. t cans Oeneeee
Lima Baked Beans, worth llc cani sDeclal
price- t . 0.
OLD rOTATOES, peck .!'.'.'.".'.!" iaao
Wash Suit S
Every ' Suit this season's and up-to-the-minute
in styles and texture
made of fine lawn, madras 'and linen;,
styles are shirt waist, eton and pony coat
Every; suit is worth from $7.50 to $10
; Tuesday specfal $4.95
Turn the switch and you have
power-night or day--no delay
no waste. Investigate.
Omaha Electric Light and Power Oo.
Tel. Douglas 1062.
Dtl. DRADDURY, Dontlct,
1864 FARMAM ftT., OMAHA. Pboa Doagla 1788
Bxsswctams) . .. . .'. .Vio f ' f",,r'r,- W make soeclulty
Ptsrerialai Fills, .ft F , metal and roofless
Crowns 83JH V V " f1 Faittk work In
Btide VsankSJO w KJlY fYVN) sJl opssataons. Woe
rfcttsw -rw9 v sjI f- I I r w r
i jbj jmm Mstr
10 pieces 27-in. Colored Taffetas, for lin
ing or .petticoats; extra heavy, rustling
ln, wide; pretty styles checks or
suitable for skirts or
White Wool Flannel,
regular 35c quality,
pink edge, very
firmly woven, Tues
day, yard . . . ,21
Flannels, , beautiful
with dainty embroid
ered floral designs
regular price, 69c;
Tuesday, yard . . .43o
Flannel Shirting, navy
and gray only, 17-ln.
wide; very heavy
grade; fine for men's
working ehlrts, boys'
blouses or suits; worth
DSo yard, at 19o
The $2 kind, natural color, soft
collar and cuffs; full finished
sleeve; Tuesday, only
An ideal outing Shirt.
Tuesday m Shoe
Womeri With Small Feet
$2.S0 to 98 Oxford pa
Ties, pair. . l.DZf
And 60 Oreen Trading 8tamps.
Children's Tennis Slippers
' Sizes up to 11, i r
pair ., ZjC
Y. M. O. A. Bldit.
Special Barg'ns Tuesday
ers on Skirts
THE WELIABLK TWB
Great Skirt Sale Tuesday
Twenty big tables of Women's Skirts, the surplus stork- of tlnvo well
know New York manufacturer on sale at LESS THAN HALF 111X31 LA H
RETAIL PRICKS: .
LOT 1 Kojpilar f 15 Rklrts in fine silks, Aultman
voiles, French panamas, etc., trimmed with straps of
same materials marvelous bargains, choice $0.00
LOT Handsome Skirts In French voiles', taffetas,
fine panamas and fancy mixed materials, all sizes,
22 to 38, lengths 38 to 46 made to sell at f 10.00
choice, Tuesday $4.00
LOT R Skirts In fine voiles, silks, chiffon, panamas
and Melrose cloths, In checks, stripes and fancy mix
tures, made to sell at $8 choice $3.00
liOT 4 Skirts In fine serges, panamas, pretty check,
stripe and plaid materials about 200 misses' skirts
included in this lot. made to sell at $6.00 choice
Tuesday f $2.00
LOT B Wash Skirts Over 400 In this lot to select
from, also 150 wool skirts, all new styles, best bar
gains ever known, at, choice 03
All these lots Include both regular and extra size.
We would request all who can do so to buy in the fore
noon to avoid overcrowding In tho afternoon hours.
Special Sale of
id me ureal
80c Cambric Corset Covers and Draw
ers, nicely trimmed, your choice
Tuesday for 25
Men's llalbriggan' Shirts and Drawers
Worth to 50c garment, all sizes,
fancy colors, choice Tuesday ..15
Boys' Underwear Worth to 50c gar
mentdrawers, knee or ankle length
at. garment 15t
Thousands of yards of embroideries and Inserting In 4 to 6 yard loom
strips. The very best bargains ever offered at the prices. All new goods.
lot 1 Embroideries and Inserting
worth to luo yard, In 4 to t-yard
lengths; special sale price, yard..8He
tot B Embroideries and Inserting s,
worth 12 Ho yard. In 4 to 6-yard strips;
special sala price, yard 60
tot 8 Embroideries and Inserting s,
worth 16o yard. In 4 to 4-yard strip;
sale price, per yard 7I.40
Ztot 4 Embroideries and Inserltings,
sale pries, per yard loo
- -, .' .. ...a, a ....... a VV
Extra Specials for Tuesday
In Our flfimf Rftnm'
At 9 A. M We will sell one case ot
American Indigo Blue Prints regu
' lar 7c goods not over 12 yards to
customer, at, yard 3H
Apron check, 8 c grade, fast col
ors, at .3H4
80-lnch Batiste, 15c grade 2t
7 He Persian challles 2
At 2 P. Mv Two cases heavy un
Pineapplesl Pineapples! Pineapplesl
We told you last week that pineapples
would be much higher, they have ad
vanced over 26 per cent. We knew this
and secured two cars of this delicious
fruit. ' Tomorrow we will sell them, each,
4o, 60, 7Vo, SVio. Per dozen, 45o, 660, 7 So
Oo. No limit, all you want.
JTBEBK TEOETABtTJ PRICES TOM
I pecks fresh spinach for....... lOo
Per single peck 4c
8 bunches freeh radishes 6c
bunches fresh leaf lettuce 6c
6 bunches freah onions 60
IM HMDENS' Em
OMAHA AND COUNCIL DLUFFO
STREET RAILWAY COMPANY
SIGHT SEEING CAR
Leaves 10th and Farnam Sta,
at 0:30 a. m. and 2. p. m.
(week days only). Three
hours pleasant ride, with com
petent lecturer on board point
ing out and giving entertain
ing and instructive talk on
places of interest
A Short Talk
ien you. set an Invitation do not buy the wedillntr
V --. X Wl
sift till you've spent a f'-vr minutes In our store Hllvi-r,
Cut Glass, Clocks. Etc. We carry a very nice stock.
IjOOK FOB THE NAME.
161 Douxlas SUttt
BEAD THE BEST PAPER
fcavrtb Recalarly for The I"
PATtNTSi tnat PROTECT
Our 3 lsaAst . limuiri sUiasjd 9 rsUyisf Act. aiaaap
I I U 8 1AC. WMSOgtw 0 0. ttt.s. If.-1 1
ers on Coats
Ladles' Gauze Vests Low neck and
sleeveless, silk taped up to 25o
values, at ... .5, jo nd 12 Wt
Men's 10c ltoekford Hose Heavy
quality, on sale Tuesday, pair... 3
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Hose-
Black, tans or fancies, worth to 25o
pair, Tuesday . . . .5, 1Q. 12 H
to 5 Embroideries and I n s e r t i n a s,
worth 20o yard; sals price, yard..lflto
! 9 Embroideries and Inserting a,
worth JBc yard; sale price, yard loo
Lot 7 Corset Cover Embroideries, ' II
Inches wide, worth Sfio yarc; on sals
at, yard X9V40
X,ot 8 Corset Cover Embroideries, IS
Inches wide, worth 40c yard, on sals
at, per yard &9o
lot B Skirt Flouncing, 27 Inches wide,
I OTVlbU ,t.VV J.1U. 9L1V UlllJll, J HI U ..'.W
bleached muslin, 8 He grade, 10
yards to customer, at 4K$
A good grade of unbleached muslin,
regular 6c value, at, yard., 3
15c fine heavy Turkish towels. 7 i
10c fine .heavy Turkish towels. . ,5)
. 70-lnch Table Cloth, all linen, 850
grade, at 494
No dealers sold at these sales.
6 bunches freah pie plant 80
6 bunches fresh turnips 6a
New cabbage, per lb ,..8o
Fresh rips tomatoes, per lb 8 l-3o
iMTgo Julry lemons, per dosen 16o
Freeh roasted peanuts, per quart 60
liS alse fancy Highland oranges, dos. 260
Largs cucumbers, each 60
'We have everything you want In tha
vegetable and fruit line, at prices that
discount all competitors from 60 to 104
per cent. Before buying elsewhere get
Hayden's prices first.
Offlc hours, 810 to 8:80 a. m.. 180 to S:M
P. m. Telsphons) liu-ney 638.
OMAHA VETERINARY HOSPITAL
SSIO Matoa Street. Omaha, Rsk.
11. L Kaniacciotti, D. V. 8 . leputy Btats
and City VoUnruu-lan. Food Inspector,
Chlaf Sureeoo. I. C floott IX V. si, IU
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