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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1909)
TTTE OMAHA DAILY REE: THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1909.
To Our Out-of-Town Customers
fflext Monday, oMr
Wc Will Hold the Most Remarkable
iALE OF LINOLEUM
or Oil Cloth. Wall Paoer
EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE WEST
We bought the entire stock on hand of one of the greatest
eastern manufacturers of Linoleum and Oil Cloth at a tre
WE ALSO OFFER A GREAT LOT OF FINE
RUGS, BOUGHT AT A REDUCTION BY OUR
NEW YORK BUYER. THEY WILL BE SOLD
AT LESS THAN COST TO MANUFACTURE.
At the same time we conduct an extraordinary
SALE OF WALL PAPER
Hought at less than its value from the wholesale stock
of Rutherford & .Jensen, of Omaha.
In this sale we will sell
OIL CLOTH as low as, sq. yard 9c
LINOLEUM will be sold as low as, sq. yard .... 25c
INLAID LINOLEUM that usually sells at $1.25 yard, will
go, at, sq. yard 69c
One Entire Floor of Our Store
Will be Devoted to this Sale.
100 Clerks to Wait on You. ,
These immense sales-are worth a special trip to Omaha.
WE PAY THE FREIGHT ON ALL PURCHASES OF $5.00
SALE BEGINS NEXT MONDAY
randois Stores - - Omaha
NO POLICE COMMISSIONER
governor Wants More Time to Con
sider Carl Brandeu' Successor.
TWO ADDRESSES IN ONE NIGHT
; nlhs to the Ad Tltio About Boosting:
NrhrnakM nod to I l Gor
don Alioat Bobbie
1 (Juvirnor A. C. SlmllenherRer had a busy
:mn of it Tuesday nl(ht. in spite of tho
f.ut triat.li" did not announce his appolnt-
inrnl of ii irmn ti take tho place of Carl
' jirnmi cm tho Hoard of Fire and Police
" It would nut he nat" to make the ap
pointment without going over the situation
mure carefully." nald the governor last
night. "1 Khull not announce who the new
i-.imnilsitlonr'r is to bo until I hve had a
than e to i-oisit with Omaha ptop'e, which
I Iihv.i n,it had up to Hie pnaont time.
Jt Is understood that no announcement
if his choice will be made for several daya
by the poveitior, so ucculHtlons are still
In order as to who will be the other re
jniblictii on the board.
A largo bannuel Riven by the Omaha Ad
club for liovernor Shulk-nberger, Adjutant
llcnral John C. llartlgan and the colonels
Of the staff, was the governor's first occu
pation of I ho evening, while a smoker,
gUen by the Cliin Gordon In honor of two
of its members, William Kennedy and II.
W. K. Mac-Daniel, who have been made
.alonels on the governor's staff, was at
' lend, d by him -later In tho evening, lie
us aM nmpaiil' d at both by his staff In
At the Ad club dinner, which was held
at tne Home und ws attended by about
IjU buBinesa men and their friends, ths
governor spoke on the subject, "Nebraska
18 Nebraska's & st Advertiser," and de
livered a sound, live talk on the resources
and poaibllilla of the slate. Demonstrat
ing that Omaha, and the stale are situated
tn the most promising locality of the world
, power, ho declared that it waa the wonder-
ful productive power of the people, not our
army and navy, that placed America among
the first nations of the globe.
What Makes Kfbrstka Great.
-'Nebraska alone." he said, "with Its
million and a quarter of people, has pro
duced within the last thru years a greater
value of surplus products than has Japan
with lis forty million Inhabitants. There
la bo limit to the possibilities of our state
and this great and growing city, so let us
mska the star of Nebraska shine the
brightest, of all In the nation's flag."
Oreat enthusiasm and considerable dem-
- justrattun greeted the governor and his ad
dreas, and at the ulose of the banquet he
was unanimously elected an honorary mem
ber of the Ad club.
Edward F. Trt fs, formerly pastor of
Kountse Memorial church, and' now
In the advertising buslnuas, also made
an addteaa at tl9 dlniur on "The Ores Wat
Uaiue In the World." lie declared that It
waa buainees, especially advertising, wbtla
tlovetnor bhallenberger disagreed and In
sisted that polKlta waa tne greatest gam.
John Todd, ona of the local favorites
with the Burwood company of players, en
tertained, the men at the dinner with a few
Talks to CUui Gordon.
Adjourning to the Clan Gordon smoker.
Governor Shallenberger made a hit with
the Scots by reciting, to their eminent sat
isfaction, whole poems by "Bobbie" Burns
and telling them how much he admired the
Scotch, although Scottish blood waa about
all he lacked for being a man of all na
tions. He did manage, however, to recall
the fact that hla grandfather had been a
great admirer of Burna before him. and had
become endeared to early Scotch aettleis
In Illinois because of that fact
Speeches by Colonels William Kennedy
and H. W. B. MacDanlel, n whose honor
the smoker was given, and a long program
of Scotch music and dancing, and a num
ber of other numbers, were well received
by the large gathering of clansmen and
ANTI-TRUST BILL PASSED
WITHOUT EMERGENCY CLAUSE
Sooth Dakota Senate Dlaeori
Made Mistake oa Day
PIEItRB. 8. D, March . (SpeclaJ Tele
gram.) The senate last evening, thought' It
had passed the anti-trust hill and It was
announced as passed, but later waa found
to carry an emergency clause, and not
enough votes to carry It as such a measure.
It was reconsidered today and amended
before it passed. Ita opponents declare that
Its enactment wtll be a worse blight to the
state than a hot wind Just before harvest
and are bitter In their opposition to the
The faithful publisher will be allowed to
find corn In the- crib of the insurance de
partment for at !i;aat two years mere, as
the senate this afternoon refused to con
sider the house bill cutting off that little
plum from the publishers.
While the senate waa laying the Immi
gration department bill to lis last rest this
afternoon the house was passing the bill
to cut that feature from the duties of the
secretary of the State Fair Board, and the
last ' vestige of the immigration bureau
for the atate ta wiped out.
The house today took up the oongrcs
slonal division bill, which waa opposed by
Taylor and Whiting, but went through
easy. It being one of the "political neces
sity" bills of the session, and had to go
Another house mtxup was on the motion
to reconsider the action which threw the
Illghmore inebriate asyli'm proposition
practically all out of the window yester
day. On motion of Johnson the actionewaa
reconsidered, and a conference committee
appointed to act with the senate committee
on the bill. This measure ta showing al
most aa many lives as a rat. as it has been
twice killed at this session and Is out for
a third tiro S-a lively as it It had never
The aenate had a warm sen ion this even
ing on the house bank dcpoalt Insurance
bill. That house aent down a, measure for
a voluntary association of banks, and ths
senate amended It before getting through
with It, requesting all atate banks to get
Into the voluntary association, or put up a
bond for the protection of their depositors.
I I I IV
RrRING 8TYLK BOOK
Home Journal I'attem S50
NEW MESCALINE FROCKS
One-piece garments, with lace
yokes, tucked sleeves, double
shoulder pleats, and self girdle,
all the best new spring shades
are featured, at $19.50
RLAOK (ilX)HIA WAISTS
A black fabric with a silky lustre,
strictly tailored, with tucked
yoke, for store workers, office
women, waitresses, etc., gl.25
MEN'S SHOES -
A quantity of very serviceable calfskin shoes for men on sale Thurs
day at a ridiculously low price. Choice of lace or
congress styles, with plain toe, Blzea up to 8, every
pair $2.50 values while they last .-
Women's Velvet Kid Low Shoes Strictly hand sewed, belting leather
soles, correct styles, regularly selling for $3.00, choice . . $1.98
Men's 75c Slippers,
made, comfortable and dur
able, pair .49c
Thursday's best attraction In cer
set section consists of a sharp
price reduction on a big line of
batiste corsets in the newest
vogue, a model that imparts a
youthful slenderness to the fig--ure,
giving the new straight line
flattening back effect the late
fashions demand. Regular $1.50
SNAPPY FASHIONABLE STYLES IN
Stiff Hats. Soft Hats Hats in all the shades that
dressy fellowe throughout America will wear this
season. Hats for sprightly young fejlows who like
the extremes of fashion and Hats for the conser
vative roan who Insists on quality, style and a be
coming model. Stetson, and Crofutt & Knapp Hats at
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
Rpnnett's Capitol Flour, sack
Bennett's Breakfast Coffee, i pound can
Upton's Tea, pound tin, for
Mignonette extra Marrowfat Peas, for
Metallne. 40- packages, for
Rice, 4 pounds of 10c Japan Rica
Blue Borax ttturch. package
Kayles' Herring-, two Jars for
Hllver Cow Milk, six cans for
Qmnulated Sugar. 20 pounds for
Kugene Toniatoee. two cans for
Ratavta Gloss Starch. 10c size, for
1'ure Honey. Mason pint Jar, for
California Ripe Olives. 60c cans for
Beauty Asparagus, can
IHamond C Hoap. 10 bars for
Snlder's Pnrk and Beans, two cans for
Ftralts Cube Pineapple, large can
Bennett's Capitol Wheat, 2-lb. pkg. for
Bennett's Extracts, bottle
Halliard's Olive Oil. basket bottle, for
Yankee Rose Toilet Soap. S cakea for
Hartley's Pure Jams, assorted. Jar
Naming the Day v
Is sj very Important event fur a young man or lady
The next thing on tbe program Is the ring The next
thing will be tbe wedding
both or these.
Spend a few minutes In our store. Ik for the name
S. W. LINDSAY. Jeweler
DR. BRADBURY. DENTIST
Painless Extracting Ma
Crowns, up from. . 8-a
Partial Plate. 09
as. up from
h i r tJy
(11 ARCH and APRIL
And any 15c LadieV
A complete new line of late models. Is In.
Superb styles from the master tailors tn the
skirt trade. Material Is genuine Altman Voile,
some are exquisitely plain tailored, others are
richly, but sparingly trliranird with folds, piping
018. OO $20.00
More new arrivals this week. Snappy, up-to-date
styles that stick cAit prominently as being
far superior to any others one sees at a similar
price. Most of them are-in fact $25.00 lines.
We have all the late shadings, too
MISSES' WHITE SUITS
Smart tailored modes in all white
striped mohair, charming, semi
fitted coat and gored skirts, 14,
16, and 18 years' sizes, $15.00
New, stylish garments with extra
long waists, come with either
lace or embroidery tops, and fin
ished with ribbon, at . ...25
BPXOIAX. IITTMDiT-1 00 S. A
H. Green Stamps with every pal
of women's Shoos sold at $3 00
A RUG SALE
ON THE WAY '
A great purchase of 3,000 yards
of Axminster, Body Brussels,
Wilton and Tap Carpets, bought
at 60c on the dollar.
Some are now being made Into
large frugs. Watch the 16th
Rugs worth $15 to $40 at
Coming soon. ' Walt. It's to be
the big rug event and cornea Just
at the right ,tlme.
, . , .
. .91.60 and
. . . .48o and
. . , .60o and
. .... 8o
. . .:80c and
. .': loo and
. . .90o and
, . . 36c and
. . I'.aoo and
. J-. . . 6o
. . , ,86o and
. . . s5o and
, . . .SOo and
. . . . 80o and
. . . . 10c and
. . . .180 and
. . , .350 and
. . . . 8o and
10 green stamps
. . . . eso
ring We have a nice stock of
1608 TAKBAlf sjtbht. IT rsaca
same oftto. Vnoasi D. 1788.
Bridge Work, per
tooth, up from 88.80
Kerves removed wltb-
Work guaranteed tea
This is your opportunity to go to points
In above named. Ask today for full infor
mation about rates and routes. Ticket office,
1423 Farnam street, or Union Station, Omaha.
Thos. F. Godfrey,
Passenger aad Ticket Agent.
1 "' .
one: day only
Actual (not fictitious) Values
$15.00 nd 31 S.OO.
Rather than to carry them over
we offer them at the extra
ordinary low price of
Not a single old coat in this lot.
Brown and similar stylish colors
Including automobile styles.
Save money by buying next
winter's Overcoat now and get
some benefit of this season's wear.
Now on display In show windows.
1519-1521 Douglas St.
H'b very easy to say "The
best $3 shoe," but it's quite an
other thing to deliver the goods
. We have the proof In hundreds
of satisfied customers that have
proved not only the quality
but have the comfort that goes
only with a perfect fitting shoe.
We select and Inspect all the
leather in thenv Velour Calf . .
Patent Colt Vlcl Kid In but
ton and lace on the foot form
leet and styles up to the min
ute. We. know there are higher
priced shoes, but we also know
there are no $3 shoes that are
worth more and that most of
them are worth less.
Ask for the Special $3 Shoe.
1419 Faroam Street
rr i m
inn RTUwifl 01 four
business depends on TOU.
Profits can be maintained
0 and Increased by the use
of good CUTS.
No bar or padlock stands
H . , , , . .
Deiween you ana in. vui
? Baker Bros.
1 Engraving Co.
Barker Blk. Omaha
Whenever you want some
thing, call 'Phone Douglas
xn and make It knows
through a Be Want Ad.
Work done at your home.
Prophylactic methods, sterilized
gold used for ingrowing nails.
Prof. B. M. Woodward
871 Brandeis Bldg., '
SHERMAN S CHILBLAIN CURE
bpeedily and permanently cures
FROST BITES AND CHILBLAINS
Also Corns, Soft Coras and Banioaa.
Price, per bottle Xtc. by mall 10c.
Sherman & McCoonell Drug Co.
Corner ltn and Dodae StiMU.
Taft's Dental Roams
Saturday the Big
TNI WBUABLK TOW
In Our Busy Suit Department Thursday
NEW WOOL DRESSES
The most popular of the New
Spring Styles, all colors, trim
med with self-tone braids, val
ues to $25, choice $10.00
Women's and Misses' Pana
ma Walking Dresses, a beauti
ful line for selection, in all col
ors, special bargains, at
each ..$14.90 and $18.50
See Our Big Display of
Every season has its Millin
ery Ideals, just now
IT'S JET HATS
We are showing a swell line of
New Jet Hats. A few fine
patterns including the
"Smart Set" Hats, special
Thursday, at $7.50
Jet Hats in almost endless
variety, values to $6.00, spe
cial at $3.95
Extra Specials for Thursday
, In Oar Famous Domestic , Room.
FROM 9:00 TO 9:30 A. M.
One case of 65c Cotton Blankets, gray
or tan, 2 pairs to a customer, at per
pair T , 25
FROM 2:00 TO 2:30 P. M.
One case of Genuine Hope ' Muslin,
worth 10c yard. 10 yards limit, at
per yard 5X
FOR ALL DAY
Apron Checks. ,.1 2tt
Shlrtlnr; Prints, best f
Indigo Blue Prints ........... .5
36 inch Percales 5
27 inch Voiles 5
32 inch Scotch ZephjTB 12 M
16c White Goods 10
12ttc White Goods 7H
10c White Goods 5
16 Specials not advertised.
ZI0N CITY AND ELYRIA
Our Lace Department is the
home of these famous "Wash
Laces, the best made. See
the great line of New Pat
terns, on sale, at yard . . 5(?
Four Specials In Our High Grado
Linon Dopartmont Thursday
Tec pler8 of Imported Mercerlaed Satin Damask, full 64 inchfcs wide,
ralue at 76 cents ptr yard, Thursday, yard .50C
Twenty-five dosen Nspitins, a mixed lot containing some that are pure linen;
also mercerised, worth usually $3.00 per dozen; Thursday, (6 for 5(
150 Hemstitched Huck Towels, warranted pure flax, extra large stie, values
up to 65c, Thursday, each . 3i
Fifty Hemmed Crochet Bedspreads, full piie, heavy, durable and good for
'wear, regular $1.25 each, Thursday, each , 79
All Mall Orders filled with care. ,
$1.00 HAND BAGS 59c A full size 12-inch France Seal Grain
Bag, one that would sell regularly at $1.00; Thursday, choice,
at each 59c
Grocery Prices That Will Interest' You
a. , .iv. vou the hlahest duality
and freshest goods at the lowest possible
price. We save the people of Omaha from
25 to 60 per cent on their housekeeping
expenaes. . c
7 lbs. best rolled Oatmeal ?
4 lbs. best band picked Navy Beans lo
10 bars Diamond C or Beat' em All Boap,
for .... ic-
24-lb. eacka best Rye Flour ......660
The best white or yellow Corn Meal, per
The best domestic Macaroni . pkg. 8Ve
Malta Vita or Corn Klsken. pkg. .. T4e
Ess-O-See or Dr. Prices' Breakfast Food.
Peanut Butter, per Jar........ c
The best Soda or Oyster Crackers, per
The best crisp Ginger Snaps, per lb. o
The best crisp Pretsels. per lb (c
V lb. cana solid packed Tomatoes, at fc
t lb. cane No. t Bweet Sugar Corn IWc
Fancy Muscatel Cooking Balslns, lb. to
Choice California Prunes, per lb.... I He
Fancy Cleaned Currants, per lb 7V
Fancy California PHed drapes, per lb. Ic
Ton cee't beat Xaydea's to Batter,
Oheeee or Batterlse. Our mono: Quality
at the lowest price.
Choice Dairy Table Butter,' per lb. !lo
Fancy No. t Dairy Table Butter, per lt.,
Fancy No. 1 Country Creamery Butter.
per lb. iu
TRY MYDEN'S FIRST 'Z
of Ladies '
and Children '
A display in which an mat is
best in' the new Spring Oar
ment style ideals find expres
sion. In our big display of
CROWN JEWEL SUITS
You find all the style, individ
uality, high class of workman-
ship and fabric and rich color
ings of the average $35.00 suit,
at a very wonderful price $25
See the New Spring Models in
$20 TAILOR SUITS $14.90
A manufacturer's stock secured
at a bargain, made of fine chif
fon Fanamas, in all the new
styles and colorings, regular
$20.00 values, choice $14.90
$10 COVERT JACKETS $5.00
Manufacturer's, stock of Spring
Jackets, choicest values we've
offered at price $5.00
SILK TOURIST AND AWTO
COATS, values to $25.00, choice
at each . . t . - . $12.50
Women's Winter Coats that sold
to $12.50, to be closed $2.95
Women's Panama Walking
Skirts,, manufacturer's stocjc,
$5 and $6 values, at . . .$2.95
A Magnificent Line of Dress and
Tailored Waists, 98c to $15
Children's Spring Wraps.
HIGH GRADE WOOL
DRESS GOODS. THURS
1 DAY ONLY
A 52 inch Black Mohair, worth
$1.00 a yard, at .......50c
A 54 inch Black or Navy, all
wool fine Serge, worth $1.50
a yafrd, on sale all day, at per
yard . .98c
A .AS II s t i
special sale on man liraaew
Muslins V I
New, up-to-date styles and fabrics
Silk and Mercerised Foulards, 25
new designs and colorings, will wash
and hold colors, 27 ; Inches wldt..
made to sell at a yard 60c, '.nir
price, yard 39t
Are highly finished Silk Merceriied
fine goods, all shades, our price, only
a yard ,. -28
We have the largest line of high grade
Pongees in the.' west' We carry them
in all colors and grades, and guar
antee to give you as good quality as f
others gire and for less money: I I
Their 26c grade, our price 15
Their 86c grade; our price 25t
Their 60c grade,' our. price 3S
A large line of other fine Wash
fabrics now on. eale.
Elegant new lines of fine
Matchless Sets, with two
widths of Inserting four
widths of Edges,. Flouncings
and Allover Waistings, all to
match. On Sale Thursday.
famous Highland navela In 10 days. This
demonstrates to you that they are tlie
finest, richest flavored and must palata
ble orange to eat. For this sale we v. I.I
continue to sell them at he followlnii
prices: ' '
Regular 60c srze, sale price, doz. 4c
Regular 40c size, sale, price. Am. 8(w
Regular 86c slee, sale price, doz. 25c
Regular SOc size, sale price, doz. lioo
Regular 25c size, sate price, dot. 1.V
Regular 20c size, sale price, dos. 12 He
Kissed by the sun. nionn and the slurs.
omaxa'sj rani soaTAax.a
Fresh Bplnach. pr perk ..." inn
nuncliea fresh Beets. Carrots or Tur-
Fresh Hoaatsg Peanuts, quart
full cream white or adored Cheepe. .11
ID. . .'!) ; I I
I Butterlne. special for. this sale, i I
. for He. - 1
THIS IB OBAVOa WEEK (fi 1
vm have sulci over iw., i.ri.,..n ttt rr 1 S W
. n'l" lOo ill
I bunches fresh Bhalot Onlona lo lj f
1 lbs. Jereey Bweet Potatoes lOo 4 I
Large bunches fresh pieplant... T4o wi
2 heads fresh Hothouse Lettuce i T
Large head lettuce 7 He-60
Fresh Csuliriower. per lb " '
Fresh Cabbage, per head J Ho -
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