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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 17, 1909)
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Items of Interest for Saturday
- - ? Long CoreTt Coats, Navy Blue Serge Coats, Lace Coats, Black
Sergo Coats and. Silk Coats. Popular price for High Class Gar
: f AILORED SUITS
ALL OF OlR OWN EXCLUSIEE STYLES
' " AVe sell the best Tailored Suits in America. Suits at $25.00,
$35,00, $40.00 and $45.00.
: ,'AII alterations made free of charge by expert fitters.
' 'Dutch 'nfcks are very fashionable. We have them.
'.VJiundfpdVof fine new Linen Waists for Saturdav
. ONE. HUNDRED SLIGHTLY SOILED WAISTS AT
SPECIALLY REDUCED PRICES SATURDAY. 75c. Si' OO
$1.25 AND $1.50. Wt
Jv Day. j,
Miss McCauley's en
gagement with us ends
aDd "with it your op
portunity, to .profit by
a (re fUUog of Amer
ica' . beat . whalebone
corset by .one of the
beat Informed corset
Urea In the country.
There la a ''Redfern"
to ault every form, no
; H i
I I lit I VI avlfJn
I a mi i hi in w i - '7 i
Rousing Embroidery Sale Satuday '
New Bargain Square in Basement, Commencing at 9 A. M.
The lot includes beautiful Swiss, Nainsook and Cambric
Embroideries, also Insertions. They are fine values at 15c to
35c a yard. All to go in ono lot Saturday at, a yard, only 10c.
Be here at 9 A. M.
matter what the requirement
may be, and Miss McCauley Is
broad-minded enough to recom
mend what la best. That Is
why we asked for her this
fourth season. That la why she
has gained so many friends
among Omaha, women.
Come Saturday as this will
be your last opportunity to en
Joy a free fitting from the
hand of Miss McCauley.
Redferns from $8.60 to $15.
All have the gtttj3Sl
nuDDer iJutton Hose Suj
Ws fit an corsets In coxy
fit ting- rooms.
Saturday Candy Specials
Balduff'ss 40c plain marahmallows,
Saturday, a pound, 20c.
Balduf'f's 60c honey comb chips,
Saturday, a. pound, 26c.
Thompson,-Belden & Co's. 60c spe
cial chocolates, Saturday, a pound 26c.
Saturday Glove Specials
16-button Milanese lisle In black,
tan, gray and white. Worth up to
$1.60 per pair, Saturday, a pair, 98c.
Chamola In 6 button and short
lengths, natural and white, Worth
11.25 4per pair, Saturday, 98c.
A Special Showing and Selling of Parasols Saturdav
Plain pongees with gold finished frames and tips for aa little as 1.75.
Unen parasols In plain tan, brown, pink and blue hemstitched borders
and pretty polished wood handles. Saturday, each, $1.76.
Novelty parasols In pink, blue and tan with Moire and Persian silk bor
ders at, each, $2.00. '
Beautiful silk parasol in brown, old rose, taupe, blue and pink with
the new "Tokio" frame and polished hard wood handles at $3.76, $4.00
and $6.00 each. . ,.
Buy Your Notions Here
You may always depend upon finding
Belden ft Co.'s. We are not "Just out of
Wa keep close watch on this stock so that
Bona Hair Plna, crimped and straight,
J5c a lioi.
Wire Hair Pins, IVi to 4 inches long, at
6c a package.
Good Tooth Brushes at 15c, 25c, JOc and
6c eaoh. " " ' . , :
Prophylstlc Tooth Brushes, medium and
soft 4rltle. at tio each. ...
Good Rubber Combs with all coarse, and
coarse and fine teeth, at 26c, tec, 60c and
7So each.'.-.. , ..,,., I . .. p. t:.
Celluloid Combs, in white, ardber and
hell colors, at 150 each.
and colors, two
a complete stock of notions at Thompson,
that" as you hear so often In some stores,
ws won't have to disappoint you.
Darning Cotton, black
balls for 6c.
Howard's Darning Cotton, black, whlta
and tan, at 6o a ball.
Mercerized Darning Cotton, black, at 6c
Darning Bilk, black, green, navy, light
blue, pink, lavender, old rose, red, tan,
brown, Copenhagen and white, at 6c a ball.
Button -moulds, all sizes, at 6c a dosen.
Hair Nets, at 16o, -20c and 26e each.
811k and cotton Soutache Braids, In all
Missing: Boy'Son of
Mother of Boy Kidnaped in St. louii
it Second Wife of Brough
; ton Brandenburg.
' LOUISVILLE. Ky., April 1.-Mrs. M. w.
Campbell, a sitter of Mn j,,h. c r-.t..
... e, T.,i v. I 3r nuciiDurgn, second wire ol
or BU Louis, whose T-yesr-old grand.. IsBrandenburg. the writer, who
imported to have been kidnaped tn St. Louis
yesterday, said today she knew nothing of
me wneresoouts or the boy arui the dis
patch of the Associated Press was the first
Information she had received that the boy
wss missing. Mrs. Campbell said she old
not know where her sister was and that
he had not heard from her in several
NKW YORK, April 11-Jaroes Bheppard
Cabanne, the boy who disappeared from
the home of his grandmother in 8t Louis,
was the son of Mrs. Minnie I Cabanne
Brandenburgh, second wife of Broughton
missing from this city since he was Indicted
on a charge of grand larceny growing out
of the sale to a New Tork newspaper of
an article purporting to be signed by Grover
SHOT DOWN IN THE STREET
Baalaeaa M at Klmlra Killed by
Y( Man He Had Dis
charged. ELM IRA. N. Y., April 6. Joseph Mc
Cann, a business man, was shot down on
the street here today while on his way
to his store and Is not expected to live,
; ' "3
v 1 'z.
-far better clotties
more trustworthy shoes
for yungphellows, youths &nd boys
we're sticklers for artistic and thor
ough tailoring on the "inside" as well as
"outside" of clothing that's why a
yungphellows' " or boys' suit bought
here is positively, incomparably and
ABSOLUTELY ahead of any others of. B
fered in Omaha.
here's a bit of self convincement ex- 0
amine the hair cloth front to ANY coat
in this stock.
that subtle "something" that
"STYLE" it's prevalent here
16 models and 103 patterns in "yung.
phellows " spring suits at $12.50 to $25.
12 models and 89 patterns in boys'
suits at $5.00 to $12.50 and TWO pairs
truly it's the line for YOU!
cut shows newest oxford
foij boys', youths' and little
gents. Note the swagger
strap and buckle fastening.
Fit is perfect the narrow
heel preventing slipping.
Genu in a welt sewed over
weight oak soles. Coma in
velour calf, tan Russia calf,
and patent colt leathers.
to 13 at
$2.50; 1 to 2
at $2.75, and
2ij to 5a at
ica's best at
His assailant Is supposed to have been
Raymond GUI, a young man who had
been employed by Mr. McCann and who
had been dismissed because of alleged
shortages in ms accounts. The assailant
fled on a bicycle. His bicycle has been
found tn the outskirts of the city.
Section Hand is
Killed at Blair
Door Swinjs Out from Passing- Box
Car Crushing His Skull
BLAIR. Neb.. April 16. tSDeeial Tele
gram.) Jesse Miller, a section hand on the
Northwestern railroad, was killed about
two miles south of Blair late, this after
noon. With others cf the section crew he
was standing near the track waiting for a
freight train to pais and while looking to
ward me engine a car door awunv nut
striking htm on "the head, cruahln hi. aknii
and knocking one eye out of the socket.
e was supposed to be dead when picked
up and the coroner was summoned, hut
found him ajlve. He was brought to his
home and died at t o'clock tonight. Miller
was 3 years old and leaves a wife. w
came here about six months ago.
Close is Strong
in Wheat Pit
Pricei Depreed Early in Day, but
Bally at Close Patten Be
CHICAGO. April !. While the wheat
market was active today It lacked the sen
sational festures of yesterday. Prices were
depressed early, July touching tl.l&i and
May 11.26. but the close was strong, with
July the bone of contention, l'ic over the
previous close, at $1.17.
May closed He lower at H.27H
Following yesterday's sensational mar
ket wheat was nervous at the
opening. Patten was said to be a buyer.
July opened c to c lower to Vc to c
higher at $1.16 to $MH- May unchanged
to SO lower at $1.274 to tl.r, and Sep
tember e to He higher at I1.0SH to $1.0694.
The story that Mr. Patten has employed
a bodyguard has no proper foundation.
The colored man, alleged to occupy thla
position, has been at the same door re
ceiving visitors' cards for a generation.
He was there before the name of Patten
had become one to Conjure with.
WASHINGTON, April l.-"The only suc
cessful corner I ever heard of was the
one Joseph had In Biblical days," declared
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson, when
asked for an opinion as to the Patton
operations on the Chicago Board of Trade.
The secretary was about to enter the usual
Friday meeting of President Taft's cabinet
when he made this statement.
"To successfully corner the wheat mar
ket," continued the secretary, "you have
got to keep buying, buying and buying.
Finally the time comes when you can't
buy any more and then there la a smash."
WANT ODD FELLOWS' HOME
Soath Dakota Cities Are Blddlag for
Locatloa of New lastltu-float.
HURON. 8. D., April 1. (Special.) Rep
resentatives of Odd Fellows lodges from
various parts of the state were here yes
terday for the purpose of opening bids for
the location of the Odd Fellows' Home to
be established by the order at spm city
within the state. Offers were received
from Sioux Falls, Big Stone, Lake Pres
ton, Dell Rapids and Hot Springs. Before
passing upon the proposition, the board
having the proposition In charge will visit
the various cities and personally examine
the sites offered. At the conclusion of the
business session an Informal reception
and luncheon was given by the Rebekah
lodge of this city.
BOYS KILL AGED WOMAN
Con feu to atahblns; Viet Ira to
Death Wheat ah Resisted
LOCK PORT, N. T., April 11-Romalne
Saukowskl, 15 years old, has confessed be
fore tho grand Jury here that he assisted
In the murder of Mrs. Tony Pierog, at her
home in Buffalo avenue, Niagara Falls,, on
March 21. He says hs and a companion
went to the Pierog house for the' purpose
of robbery. The woman struggled and the
wo boys drove a knife In her back, killing
Catalog. - -
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Fur Crop Short,
Mere Skeletons, They Are Reported
to Be Huddling Helplessly
TORONTO, April 11-A special from Ed
monton. Alberta, says:
Reports from Fort Chippewyan state ss
a result of the failure of the fur crop the
Indians are slowly starving to death. Many
are mers skeletons snd sre lying huddled
together in the tepees.
Jim Hill Calls
on President Taft
Northern Pacific Magnate is Arranging-
for. Tour of Forty
WASHINGTON. April lfc-Jsmes J. Hill,
chairman cf the board of the Great North
ern railroad, called on President Tsft to
day. Mr. Hill is acting with several other
western railroad men In arranging for a
tour of forty Japanese men who are to
visit .this country in September ss the
guests of the cities of Seattle, Spokane,
Tacotna and Portland
William I.eroy Mardla. , ,
William Leroy Mardls, a well known
contractor of. this city, died of acute
Brlght's disease Thursdsy night at his
iome. Fifty-second .street and Military
avenue. He was a prominent member of
the Odd Fellows and was the contractor
who erected the old Coliseum, now the
Ak-Sar-Ben den. Besides the widow, three
sone, two daughters. brother at Cnrydon,
la., and a sister and mother at Osceola,
la., survive him. Omaha has been Mr.
Mardls home for twenty-six years. The
Odd Fellows will have charge of the fu
neral, which la to be held Sunday after
noon at S o'clock at the home.
Mrs. Emily J. Wills.
Mrs. Emily J. Wills, aged 63 years, for
twenty years a resident of Omaha, died at
a local hospital Thursday evening. The
body was taken to Dodder's chapel snd
from there will be sent to her old home
at Jacksonville, III., where the funeral will
'be held. Mrs. Wills and her husband, J.
J. Wills, were old residents pf Omaha but
several years ago moved to Ism ay, Mont.
Mrs. Marie Werner.
Mrs. Marie Werner, mother of Mrs. Ida
Plaustlan snd Henry Werner of Omaha
and Mrs. Mary Laukien of Kiel, Germany,
died at the home of. the latter April 8.
She was for ten years a resident of, this
city and Is remembered by many for her
happy and helpful spirit. She was 76 years
old at the time of her death. The three
children named survive her.
Joha JFranrls Hart.
John Francis Hart, 28 years of sge, died
Thursday afternoon at hts home, 18224
St. Mary's avenue. His wife survives
him, also his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Hart of 82S South Nineteenth street. The
funeral will "be held st the church of St.
Mary Magdalene, Nineteenth and Dodge
streets, and Interment will be In Holy
David W. Carroll.
DES MOINES, April 16,,-Davld W. Car
roll, elder brother of Governor B. F. Car
roll, died today at the home of his father-in-law,
John Cretsop, at Selma, . Davis
county, of pneumonia. The deceased was
a resident or Colorado Springs, but had
been In Iowa on a visit with his relatives.
He was SO years of age.
Mra. Mario Defer.
Mrs. Marie Deyer died Thursday at her
home, 2202 South Fourteenth street, aged
64 years. Her husband, Mac Deyer, sur
vives her. The funeral Is to be Sunday sf
ternoon at the Hulse & Rlepen undertak
ing rooms. "t South Sixteenth street, with
burial in Fprest Uwn cemetery.
Mrs. Ellaobeth Aastla.
The funeral of Mrs. Elisabeth D. Austin,
whose death occurred Wednesday, was
held Friday afternoon at her home, 607
South Twentieth street. Rev. F. L. Ice
land of the First Methodist church con
ducted the . service. Interment was In
Forest Lawn cemetery.
Arthor J. Km.
The funersl of Arthur J. Krug, who died
Thuroday. Is to be held Sunday afternoon
st S o'clock. The service will take place
at St. Mary Magdalene church. Nineteenth
and Dodge streets, and burial will be In
Holy Sepulohre cemetery.
After Easter SeJe
Favorite Two and Thrce-Piccc Suits
Sixteenth Street will be no nior crowded today than the Skirt
Store will be tomorrow with their j?r-at after Kaster sales.. Theaft
beautiful two and three-pleta costumes at this unusual prices not only
bfnr the Imprint of faahlon'a approval, but are so extromely smart that
It is difficult to tell them from exclusive $30 suits.
Soil Chiffon Panama, Bengallne and Silk Braid Trim
med, Empire Princess Dress, Modish Coat to Match
Your Choice of Any New Spring Shade.
Artistic Color Variations. ,
CREAM DE ROSE, CHAMPAGNE, NATTIER BLUE,
Skirt Store Perfect Alterations FREE
When you purchase a Skirt Store Suit, the price includes perfect
fit. There la absolutely no charge for thla vital feature. Any altera
tions that may be necessary to secure this pefect fit are handled by
our unrivaled corps of expert fitters. Alterations that would cost from
$3 to $5 anywhere else are absolutely FREE at The Skirt Store.
$7.50 and $8.50 Silk Petticoats at $4.90
Made tip specially for us, In extra large slr.es and extra
we know, will give perfect satisfaction; made
according to our regular $7.60 to $8.60
models for thla
Mail Orders $5
Filled All VJlt
9 P.M. .
Coming Down Town Saturday?
IT'S GOING TO BE
"BIG DAY" AND "BIG NIGHT"
All Kinds of Bargains in All Parts of the Store
A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO HUV SOAPS
At prices that will suit you. anttol, Jersey Cream, English Process, Turkish Bath,
per cake Three big rakes Hand Soap, lOo Ktght rakes Toilet Soap, 85c 50o
box, 3 cakes, rise Moap, lee Packer's Tar Soap, ISo 1 Or Ivory Soap, To.
DON'T FAIL TO 8EE OUR BIO DISPLAY
Of Talomn Powers .aae Colgate's, William's, Msnnsa's, Sanltol, for 18c 15c kinds
for loo loo kinds for 6c
YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS Ol ll HALK
On Box Papsr, Tablets and Envelopes. Thre packs extra heavy Envelopes for 10o .
M.maimtm, t ror xj ic iiomi, i lor oe zac ana 3&c bos Paper, lie- t.i.OO
POontalm Peas. a.60.
DON'T OVERLOOK OUR RUBBER GOODS SALE
IJ 00 Combination SrTtna-es and Hot Water Bottle. Bl.BO I1.7K RxniH mn M.tti.
Syringe, ai.88 1.S0 Hot Water Bottls,8o I1.0U Cnobe Spray, 91.69 $1.25 Fountain
IMS SURE AND SEE OUR BARGAIN TABLE OF TOOTH BRUSHES
Half regular prices. 60c Tooth Brashes. BBC 40c Tooth Braahea. 19o 2Kr? Tonth
BARGAINS IN OTHER PARTS OF THE ROOM
78o hard rubber Combs, 4 So 40c hard rubber Combs, 04c 7R Bath Brushes, '39o
40c Ball Buffers. ISO 35c Mlanloare Bets. 19o tl.00 Hand Mirrors. 89a 7.,- Toil at
Water, 49o 60e Perfumes, 20 orlnrs, aao sn ounce Williams' Shaving- Stick, 80c
Nuioi rmom wream, no ' i.au unentai uream, sso.
CIGARS ' f
6c Owls, X for 10c Rc Poa Terriers, I for lOo 10c Howell's Saturday Spsolal, So
Store open from 7:00 A. M. to 11:30 P. M.
0WELL DRUG CO.,
Caivdy Spec alls
It will pay you to watch our specials
In our Candy Department for Satur
days. Tomorrow we sell: . ;
60c Chocolate Honey Comb Molasses
Chips, at, per pound 25
80c Walnut Stuffed Prunes, lb.. 50
While they last.
10c Hlldreth's Molasses Velvets, per
16c Hlldreth's Molasses Velvets, per
26c Hlldreth's Molasses Velvets, per
60c Smart Set Chocolates, per lb.30
Sixteenth and Far nam Streets
LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES
AT BEATON'S SATURDAY
Here are a few that will keep many
guessing how we do it:
10c Tom Moore, bouquet sire, Satur
day 6 for... 25
10c Ml Elecclon, clear Havana, Satur
day, 6 tor 25
Box of 60, $2.60.
10c Palmer House Cigars, Saturday,
6 for 25
Box of 26, $1.25.
6c Owl Clgara, 8 for 25d
Box of 60, $1.60.
16c Gato, Marconi's sice, Saturday,
Box of 60. $4.60.
15c Principe De Gales, Pullman size,
Box of 25. $2.35.
16c Forneda, clear Havana, Saturday,
Beaton Drug Co.,
15th and Farnam
P. S. Remember we are selling the
60c box of genuine Allegretti Choco
lates Saturday at 8 Be box.
TOKIQHT SATVBDAT XATXHXS ABO
Thomas Sizoa, Jr.'s Wonderful Play
Personal Persons afflicted with blood poi
son in any stage, or rheumatism In say
form, can learn of a permanent cure by
addressing the Salvar Company, Bt. Louis
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Bread bwf . . . . .
For the Money
The Best Meal
1514 Farnam St.
Are Entirely Different.
An agreeable surprise and a satis
fying meal combined.
STBDAT, HOBDAY, TUESDAY '
SPXCZAZ, TUESDAY MATXBEB
The Quality Knsloal Play
Bonier 8. Mason asd Company of 100.
AUDITOR I U lVt
April 10 to 24. Aft8ro:io & tuning
Bundreds of Attractions. Pun Beery
u.io Ail the Time!
Admlstloa 10 Cents.
NOTE Curtain Rises at
8:15 Sharp Tonight
r-nones: Doug, itut; lad. A-lsOt
lhe new leadlsg; man, Tnaddoua
Gray, in the Military Drama
Omaha Ouarda la Battle Soeae
Beat Weak "The Cowboy and the lady)
Tabla d'Hota Dlnnar 51.00. eviv availing 6 to S
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