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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 18, 1908)
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In our wonderful clearing tale of
EXTRA SPECIALS TUESDAY
Are the Shoes That Bring
Rest and Peace.
These dainty white petticoat are
made of fine nainsooks and mus
lins, trimmed neatly with laces
and embroideries and all cut full
and ample. These are under
skirts that sell regularly at
$1.50 and $2.00
but we offer them
Tuesday for . ,
Combination Suits and Chemise
Gowns, beautifully made, of fine
materials high and low neck
long and short sleeves also the
daintiest or cnemises and com
worth up to $2.00
CORSET COVERS, worth up to $1.25, at 50c.
One small lot of corset covers with deep lace trimming, also r n
fine embroidery edging, at JUC
Wide and Medium Embroideries
Corset cover embroideries, also medium and wide edges, in
sertions and headings pretty new designs and many to
match worth up to
twenty cents a yard,
at, per yard
18-In. Fine Embroidered Skirtings,
Flouncings& Corset Cover Embroideries
Also Insertions and bands and galloons of fine nainsook, Swiss and
cambric, English eyelet, Japanese shadow and m m
blind effects worth up to fifty cents a yard, I tJiHft
P M J
at, per yard
$1 SILKS at 49c YARD
Imported fancy messalines in checks and stripes, and color
combinations that are smart and stylish. These f ffy
silks are actually worth up to $1.00, tffTjrC
extra special, at, per yard
Real Imported Cream Japanese Habutai Twice as heavy
as any other wash silk and is guaranteed to wear, CQ
regular price $1.00, special, yard JrC
No agony is greater than
aching feet and the woman
who has never owned a Grov
cr shoe doesn't know what
real comfort is.
These celebrated shoes are
known the world over as the
easiest fitting, best wearing
shoe ever put on the foot.
Made of the finest kid, in
lace and button, in the oxford
and high cut styles.
Our line is complete. No
matter what your foot trou
ble we can fit you .with a
Grover shoe that will cure
the aches and make your life
$1.75 to $4.00
Drexel Shoe Co.
J 41 9 FAHNAM 8TKEET.
Store closes at 1 o'clock. Bennett's employes going to
a picnic. Shop in the morning. All departments offering
Going to do a whole day's business in five hours.
Tuesday Morning at the Dig Sale
It's going to be a short day, but we will roll up an Immense busi
ness with these marvelous silk bargains. The values are nothing
short of sensational and the Monday crowds fully appreciated them.
Don't let a single day go by without profiting by this sale.
Lines advertised Sunday still on sale Tuesday morning until
closing time at 1 o'clock, these rare offerings: ...
27-inrh Illnrk Taffeta Black Peau de Cygw, lurd Wide Taffeta
Silks we handled An exquisite silk of quality unmatchable
for two years, the ex- rare lu8ter and soft ft $1.19. has weight,
cellence of which as t t . idpnl for brilliancy and width
an 89c retailer being combined with wear
well known by us, dresses and waists, ,nR qualities; rarely
now offered at, per 15 pieces on sale, val- are silks like this of
yard ucs $1.00 fered at
65c 68c 79c
Jewelry Sale SnrSr? Wednesday
Men who move the world act, not
dream or brood over going to do
this, that or the other, later. You
will gain more than words can
tell, if you will do the act at
once that will make decayed
teeth strangers to decay.
Our patrons will testify that our
dental operations will please you.
Taft's Dental Room
1817 Douglas Street.
HOURS OF RAPID FIRE SELL
ING FURNITURE CARPETS AND
CURTAINS TUESDAY MORNING
We close Tuesday at 1 o'clock during August. In order to do a
whole day's business in five hours you can buy anything in
This offer, understand.
Is for Tuesday morning
only, and not a single
Item in these departments
From 2 to 2:30 P. M.
One case bleached muslin, the regu
lar TVl'C. grade, fine soft finish, ton
yards limit, at, a ynrd
From 3 to 3:30 P. M.
One case of fine towels, lHx.'W, reg
ular 8c values, four pair limit, at,
FOR ALL DAY
Amoskeae apron checks 5c
Teazel down 1YC
Amoskeag Outing Hannel IOC
Amoskeae Outinir I lannel . y2c
Yard wide muslin, worth oMjc,
Ton other specials
Tuesday Morning Specials In 1
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY I
WAX BEANS "ennett's Capitol brand, 15c quality, Tuesday AQJ
Bennett's RroakfaMt Cof fte,T-lb" can'.'.'. 48o and 50 Oreen Stamps '
Tea SlftlriK. pnund 15c and 10 Green Stamps
Bennett's Capitol BukltiK Powder, lb. can S4o and 20 Grei'ii Stamps.
Peanut Butter, two jnrs 90o and 10 Green Stamps
A. B. C. Catsup, bottle 830- and 10 Green Stamps
Gem Milk, laifte cun 10o and 10 Green Stamps
UmburRcr Cheese, pound 20o and 10 Green Stumps
New York Cheese, pound i 90o and 10 Green Stamps
Best We Have Apricots, large can S6o and 10 Green Stamps
Best We Have Pears, 'large can 5o and 20 Green Stamps
Beauty Asparagus, can 35o and 10 Green Stamps
Triplets for Laundry, package 16o and 20 Green Stamps
Gibson Soap Polish, large package 25o and 10 Green Stamps
Dr. Price's Breakfast Food, three packages 35c and 10 Green Stamps
French Cut l,oaf Sugar, package 35o and 10 Green Stamps
Silver Label Gelatine, lb ,.35o Fresh Roasted Peanuts, quart. . . 6o
snram :;btb mw; - btb r nr b ;-b :: btbs.
CITY RESTS ON OLD TENET
Public Safety Supreme Law, Sayi
Council in Mercer Case.
DEFENSE FOB RAZING HOTEL
8. D. Mercer Company Will Brlng
Claim for Forty Thoasand Dol
lars Damage for Loss of
. "The safely of the public is the supreme
law of the land."
On this ancient legal principle, which has
become the cornet stone of the laws of
many countrlus, will rest the city council
In its defense of the action about to be
brought Hgainst it for damages by the S. 1.
Mercer company for the demolition of the
company's old Cambridge hotel at Thir
teenth struct and Capitol avenue. The
council will contend that the removal of
the old building wat necessary for the
saf.sty of the public ttnd that the owner
of property is not deprived of his constl
' tutlonal rights when that property Is a
nuisance and it Is ordered abated.
Before the 8. D. Mercer company per
fects its appeal to the courts It will present
to the council a formal claim tor W0.0
carriages tor the raxing of its hotel build
ing. Until this claim is actually presented
and the same lias been brought to his at
tention, Assistant City Attorney Klne de
clines to say. what he will advise, hut ho
does. not hesitate to say Uiat he believes
tUe cotnpajiy has pot a case that would
land the tar In the courts.
Kalled ( Appeal Case.
The assistant city attorney says that the
council, sitting as the first tribunal, took
testimony in the condemnation proceedings
against the Cambridge hotel property.
"The owners were given a chance to
presont their side of the case and they did
so," he says. "When the council decided
that the building should be rased, the
owners should have appealed to the courts,
which right is given them. This they
failed to do and' It is now too late for an
appeal to be taken. , .
"The city charter provides that the coun
cil can direct that all -and any building
within the fire limits, when the same shall
have been damaged by fire, decay or other
wise, to the extent of SO per cent of the
value of a similar new building above the
foundation, shull be torn down or re
moved. In the hearing against the Cam
bridge hotel the preponderance of evidence
was that the building had decayed to tiie
extent of 50 yer cent of the cost of a
similar structure and therefore the council.
silting as a tribunal, ordered Ha removal
The Mercer company alleged that the
constitutional provision that a man can
not be deprived of life, liberty or property
without -due process of law was violated
by the council In Its condemnation of the
Via Rock Island Lines
Mackinac Island, Mich., and return $31.80
On sale dally.
PetoBkey, Mich, and return $29.85
On Bale daily.
a prk SerTlre, Spiradld Scaarry
enroute to Niagara rails, Muskoka and
Kawartha Lakes. Georgian Bay and Tema-
gaml Region, St. Lawrence River and
Haplds. Thousand Islands. Alonquln Na
tional Park, White Mountains and Atlantic
Bra Coast Resorts, via Grand Trunk Rail
way System. Double track Chicago to
Montreal and Niagara Falls. Special low
round trip fares are la effect to many of
theao resorts during the summer season.
For copies of tourist publications, fares,
and descriptive pamphlets apply to Oeo.
W. Vaus, A. Q. t. et T. A , 1X AJjiiu 81..
Toledo, Ohio, and return $:
On sale August 27-30.
Pittsburg, Pa., and return $37.15
On aale dally.
Buffalo, N. Y., and return ..$38.40
i On sale daily.
Toronto, Ont., and return $30.60
On sale dally.
Montreal, Que., and return $35.00
On sale dally.
Boston, Mass., and return $40.85
On sale dally.
Portland, Me., and return $42.35
On sale dally.
Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo and return $17.50
On sale daily.
Ogden and Salt Lake, Utah, and return $30.50
On sale dally.
San Francisco and Los Angeles and return $60.00
On sale dally.
Portland, Ore., and return $60.00
On sale daily.
Yellowstone Park, Wyo., and return via Colorado in
both directions, including expenses in Park $78.25
On sate daily.
This is only a partial list of the many low fares for summer tours offered
by the Rock Island.
Above fares from Omaha; correspondingly low fares from all Rock
For other information
call or write.
AUGUST 24th TO 29th
THE RIDABLE STORE
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wido unbleached muslin,
ItV towels .
l'2e towels .IViV
10e (liiiltinpf fabrics .'. . . .TR
Something new every hour.
Bargain Day in the Cloak Department
Greatest Values of the Season in Tuesday's Sales
Tailor Suits Odd lota and
linos that sold to $20.00 and
Dainty Wash Drosses, that sold up to
$5.00, fine assortment for selection,
SPECIAL 8AI,K OK INFANTS' WKAK
Second Floor, Tupwlay.
Infant's long slips, values to 50c;
choice,- each lf
Infants' Knit Bootees, 25c to 3'Jc val
ues, at 15
Many other splendid bargains.
Loon Wrappers, regular $1.00
on sale at
Irtinn KiirtunoM, that sold to $1
sale, rholme . . :
S.(lO Jnp Silk Waist; on sale.
Muslin Underwear Specials
If You're After Real Bargains, Try Hay4en's First.
Skirts and downs, worth to $2.50, well , Dniwers and Corset Covers, values to
mnrte full cut. lace and embroidery
trimmed; on sale Tuesday at 40c
11.00. daintily trimmed, well made;
any of them worth twiwi Tuesday's
sale price 39. 25c "n,i 1?
miU tV 1 ' ' m'V
Children's Drosses and Kompcrs Several hundred dozen in the lot; drosses
in gingnams, maarases, eic.,- Km anu auui m-jno, up i .o.,,
choice, for 19C
Hayden's Grocery Department
TOMATOES FOB CASHIlfO
How Is the Time to Can Them.
i-bushel basket fancy ripe Tomatoee;
for this sale only 30
FX7T UP TOUR CRAB APPLE JELLY
Vi -bushel basket fancy Whitney Crab
OMAHA'S GREATEST MARKET POR
rBEBK VEGETABLES AID TRUITS
6 laiKe Cucumbers for &e
8 bunches, fresh Radishes' oe
8 bunches fresh Onions 00
2 larf?e heads Celery 00
5 heads fresh Leaf Lettuce 5e
2 large Summer Squashes 5c
Z lnrge'heads CahhSK ..Pc
Fresh Parsley, bunch lo
S green Peppers rc
Fancy Wax or Oreen Heans. lb &c.
Fresh roasted Peanuts, quart Sn
Lnrge baskets fancy blue, red, yellow or
green California limns, the kind that
retail everywhere for 46c a basket; our
l,argi; baskets fancy California Poaches
for ' -'r,c
Large baskets fancy California Ilartlelt
Largo baskets fancv ripe Tomatoes . . 1 no
All Monday's prices In Groceries, But
ter, Cheese, Craokers, Etc, will prevail
WX HA YDEN'S Um
For rates, copy of program, descriptive circulars, call
at City Ticket Office 1402 Farnam St., or on Leo A. Hoff
man, 701 South 16th Street, Omaha, Nebraska.
Flnulo Forks, Tea Kpoons, lessert Spoons. Bouillon
Ppoons. Many people are buying one piece at a time.
Start It now and you soon win nave conipitie ecus.
LOOK FOll THE NAME
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
151S DOUGLAS STREET
Very Low Railway Rates
DR. BRADBURY, Dentist
Extracting... 25c up.
Crowns.... $2.50 up.
Plates $2.00 up.
Bridge Work $a.50 up.
up from $1.50
17 Years Same Office. I'lioue, Douglas 1730.
Alveolar Dentistry a
specialty. Loos teeth
made solid. Nervei
removed without pain.
Work guaranteed ten
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Broadway, Fifth Avenue and 27th St., NEW YORK.
f ITifr Tp22 & M jSf In 1h Centra
, i TTr triitTfif 1 i VaMWs o! th Shopping
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13SS FaniMn 6t Otu.bii. Jfr2i?'4lrfV IJraiaSll'M IIVI c.,ii..n.,wt.
:y iWMh SS5S5S '
i jf?77 No Fire Risk 1 'w PKlffifiW
il BpKd Omaha Electric Light & I 'JW
1 Pwer Company I
B TkoM DMflu 10M. lad. A. 1S7A T. M. O. A. KVZLBXVO. J
Room 1.50 per day and upward.
SUNOPEAN SLANr' fttORGC W. SWCCNCY, raopairro.
Angus Gordon, Late Mgr. of King Edward Hotel, Toronto, Can.
mmk to TOLEDO, 0.
.25 - .
On Sale August 27, 28, 29, 30
Good till 8.ptamb.r 16th. Ext.n.lon till Oct. 15th for $1.00
OFFICIAL G. A. R. TRAIN
From Omaha 6:30 p. m. Aug. 29th.
Chair Cars, Tourlat and 8tandard 8laepara
THROUGH TO TOLEDO
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
INFORMATION -- INFORMATION
CITY OFFICES, 1401-3 Farnam SL," OMAHA
TO COXKBAI0 AITS MUTVMtl.
day to Meptcmber iO. lnoa.
TO OOSEa OB BAIT X.AKX CITT AJTO
kBlvai. .Kvery day to S.plt-uib.r J I),
TO TZLZ,OW8TOirX PABK AJTD KS.
TCAN, . IncluJinu rail and ata.. Erery
day to Sppieinb.r 12, 1 90S.
TO rOSTLlXD, TAOOMA, aUATTXa,
8AJT TKAB CISCO. LOS AjrOSI. OS
BAN DIUUO AMJ ntiYOtLtl. Lially to
tirptnmbar 16, 1908
OTBCUIT TOXTB VXA I.OS ANOtLIS,
BAJT TBAN0I80O ASTD FOBILiMs!
L&lly. to September 16, 1S04.
TO TSX.L4)WBTOBB PABK and BE
TVMM. Including rail, loa and hotij.
In park for regular tour. Every day ta
Sorternbar 12, ll.
Alao low ronna-trln komamkin' rat, in affaot Try
nnt aad totra Ta.iday of aaon Koata taring ISO A.
aty Ticket OHlcc. 1324 Farnam SI.
rmm . 1AM ud Zad. AJU31
It's trie Coolest I'lace r Town
The Vineyard in
... Rome Hotel
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