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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, MAY 19,
BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, MAT
WEDNESDAY'S SPECIAL BARGAIN BULLETIN
MANY AT CKEICI1 FUNERAL
Large Number of Citiieni Pay Trib
ute to Veteran.
GRAND ARMY LEADS IN SEEVICE
President l.mwrle of Omikt Theo-
loBlral Seminar? rreacheo Ber
ninn at Horn and O. A. It.
Holds (irmrr Berries,
All th.it was mortal of the late Thomaa
A. Creish whk lal'1 to rest In Forest Uwn
Tlit esteem tn which Mr. Crrtsh wm re
XHr'lirt was mii!ilfsted In the large attend
ance at the ftinernl services at his home,
112 North Ttilrly-HFoonrt avenue, at 11 a. m.
Tuefdiy. which Inrlmled many of the beat
known citizens of Omwha and Nebraska,
Oraml Army mrn flsiired most conspicu
ously In the ceremonies because of the
rnmilnenre of Mr. Crelgh In Grand Army
rlrrlea and tlie deep regard with which he
ai hrld by his comrades .of the civil war.
Of the sjxteen llvinpt tat department
cummondprs of Nebraska, all were present
The devotional services were conducted
by Rev. M. B. Jowrle, president of the
Omaha Theological seminary. In the ab
sencs of Rev. E. H. Jpnks. rstor of the
First Presbyterian church, of which Mr.
Crelgli has been for over thirty-five years
a member." Rcprrsentatlves of the church,
and xif the "Women's Relief Corps and
ladles of the Orsnd Army of the Republic
were present Inside the hnuee, while a host
of Orand Army men from Grant, Crook,
Custer and Phil Kearney posts, Grand
Army, were grouped on the porch and lawn.
The fin a of Grant post, draped, hung over
I he balustrade of the porch and all of the
Grand Army men wore memorial badges.
Many Floral Tributes.
Numerous floral tributes from the several
organizations to which Mr. Crelgli be
longed were In evidence.
The active pallbearers were:
Csptnln H. K. Palmer, George Thummel,
Jonathan Edwards, C. K. Coutant and
Ma.lor R.R Wilcox, Francis E. White.
J. M . HxMrtgf, J. C. Wharton.
Cnsner K. Yost, Frank. Crawford.
C. F. Harrison, George W. Wallace.
An , tin casket was removed from the
house the members of the Grand Army,
Including the past department commanders,
formed In line on each side of the walk and
remained with uncovered heads aa the'
casket whs borne to the hearse.
The funeral cortege wae very long, leav
Ing the home at 12 o'clock for Forest Lawn
cemetery. The services at the grave were
conducted In accordance . with the ritual
of the Grnd Army, under the direct aus
pices of Grant Post, of which Mr. Crelgh
whs a piiKt commander.
Many weK. nervous women have been
restored to htalth by Foley's Kidney Rem
edy. 't.i It stimulates the kidneys so they
will eliminate tne waste matter from the
blood. Impurities depress the nerves, caus
ing nervous exhaustion and other ailment.
Commence today and yau will soon be well.
pleasant to take. For taw by all druggists.
$1 and $1.25 UMBRELLAS at 49c
Asks for Term
"Sport" Hendricks Returns from
. Jaunt on Employer'. Money
Leaving Omaha last February with $17
iit'longlni to hia employers, the taslie
Commission company, going to southern
i nllf .ii r.iti and later returning to this city
I y "bun ming " his way and walking part
of tlio instance and then being arrested as
nn embezzler us soon as he reached
CmiiliH. Clifford R. Hendricks, alias
"S"irt" Hendricks, the police say, has con
fcssnl . to the charge and Is asking for a
shoit pcnitcntlury sentence because "It will
d him good,"
The man was placed under arrest early
Tu sday morning by Detectives Ferris and
Punt:. Ho gives his Omaha address as 629
South Klglitetnth street. The commission
.company fur which he worked, and whoso
money he Is said to have embezzled, Is lo
cated at , 1iJ1 Howard street. A check
given him to be cashed furnished the
mom y he Is supposed to have taken.
Ilcndtlcks was artalfied In police court
8noii al.iv being arrested. The charge in
the lomplaint was embezzlement and the
(as v. in sit ftir Thurslay'mornUig.' when
It w.ll br luurd by Judge Crawford.
A Frlvhtful K.s perlenee
of bi)lout-msr malaria and constipation Is
quickly overcome by taking Dr. King's
New Life Pills. 12c. For rale by Beaton
OVERLAND TO LEAVENWORTH
Company II. Klanal Corps. I'nder Cap
tain Ouray. Makes the Trip
Company D, Vnlteo Btates signsl corps
fmm Omaha, under command of Captain
W. II. Ouray, left that poet Tuesday morn
ing on an overland march to Fort Leav
enworth. The command, consisting of
bk'venty-three men, has with it a full sig
nal corps equipment for field service. The
company expects tu reach Fort Leaven
worth by June 1 and will march on Its
return to Fort Omaha In time to reach
here by July 1.
jMpW GET I
lt OordTime u Here. 2
Th Men's Russet Calf
Oxford, sbown abor, is
made with stylish sarf ora
tions and oblong oyolata.
A most pleasing shoe for
summer wear. Tho
leather Is that rich tan,
made possible by tho
special Cotxian Hannag a.'
Ask your dealer for rio.
c ootzian ea
ST. PAUL, U. S. A.
FITS UKE YOUR FOOTPRINT
ik. iuai .t -,-'
"VI " ' tiv .V k , 4 Xui. xfc
r . 1
Hundreds of American Taffeta Rainroof Umbrellas
in 'women '8 and men's sizes natural box wood handles,
fir, wetsel and fancy handles all fitted with paragon
frames. " .
These Umbrellas are Worth I (Hc
up to $1.25 Wednesday . . . ,l
10c LACES at 2c Yard
The Display in the Window Attracted Great Attention
Fine French and Gerlnan Val'. Laces and Insertions fine
Plat Val. and Point de Paris; also pure linen Torchon
Laces in various kinds and widths sL 'Vv '
many to match worth up to -1 SY
10c yard extra special, li I
25c WASH FABRICS at 5c Yard
0i Sale m Our Basement
White and colored Mercerized Poplins, Srtisettes, Pon
gees, etc. They are mill lengths, but very
fine grade, for waists and children's wear
many pieces to match an unusual bar
gain at, yard
Wednesday. Our Notion Day
Notion Day at Bennett'a Is always fraught with rare conomles
not only these special Items that get the place of honor on the tables
In the main aisle, but scattered throughout the whol notion stock
are innumerable offerings all less than like goods are sold for In any
other store anywhere.
WALL PAPER SALE
. Wednesday we are placing on sale remnant lots of
paper left from our big two carload purchase.
Beautiful Gilt Papers, the kind
that others ask 15c and 18c roll
25,000 rolls of odd celling paper,
In dark and light colors, with
borders to match, good for walls
and ceilings Wednes
day, per roll
2,000 rolls in full combination,
suitable for any room, in all col
ors and designs Wednes
day per roll
Special two-tones, all new spring
stock, worth up to 30c per roll
1 BRANDEIS STORES 1
BAILEY (EL MACff
Beet equipped Dental office Id the middle wst
"WLfr"50 tnt?try at Reasonable Prices" Per.
oeiain iiuings, jusx use me tooth. All Instrument
carefully sterilised after each patient i
THIRD FLOOR. PAXTON BLOCK
Ooaar letli ad Fanuua BtM.
"Little Giant" Pleads Not Guilty to
Being in Three-Cornered
V,'. H. Thompson of Orand Island, the
"Little Giant" of Nebraska democracy. Is
In Omaha on business before the federal
courts. "I must plead absolute Innocence
of any Intentional connection with
the alleged Nebraska democratic
triumvirate as promulgated ' by some
of the eastern papers," said Mr.
Thompson. "I had not thought recently of
becoming- Vnlted States senator. I have
Just returned from the east and have not
been In active touch with political affairs.
"Then, again, I am a tittle Inclined to
fight shy of triumvirates. You will re
member a good many years ago John Sher
man, Charley Foster and James A. Gar
field of Ohio went Into the I triumvirate
business and It did nut pun out Just as
had been planned. The cards got mixed, so
to spesk. Sherman lost the presidency,
Foster the senatorshlp and Garfield the
governorship. In the wind-up Garfield be
came president, Sherman senator and Fos
ter governor. Hence I do not know Just
where I would land In a Shallenberger-
Bryan-Thompson triumvir, and the prob
lem Is too deep to think about and Is too
far away to worry about It now."
LEAGUE OF HOME MAKERS
teenth Annual Meetlag of Build
in Association I.eaarne at
The eighteenth annual meeting of thu
Nebraska State League of Local Loan and
Uulldlng associations wlft be held at Grand
Island Thursday afternoon and evening,
May W A varied program of papers have
been prepared and several addresses will
be delivered of interest to the active pro
moters of home ownership.
Jn the call for the meeetlng Rimer K.
Bryson of Omaha, secretary of the league,
reports considerable growth In the buslnes
of associations of the state, but notes the
fact that the growth Is not as substantial
as It should be and does not equal the
percei t.-s '. n.n i i f. other savings In
stitutions tf the stale. Greater enterprise
and more energy Is -needed on the part of
association managers to keep up with the
procession, and one of the means to that
end la o get together at Grand Island
and by united action make things move.
Papers will be read by W. M. Cornelius
of Columbus, Q. F, GUmore of
Omaha, E. Boyse, secretsry of the
State Banking board; Charles U. Ryan of
Grand Island. J. O. Rohrer - of Hastings,
T. C. Patterson of Nrtli Platte. H. A.
Graff of Seward and Trenmore Cones of
C. W. Brtnlnger of Grand Island Is presi
dent of the league, George T. Gilmore vice
president and Elmer E. Bryson secretary-treasurer.
n Man nr H'fiMQ n'. AV'o rA rnho
JN I will be complete this Summer,
without a pair of Low Cut
With our Low Cut Footwear.
there's no slipping or gaping, for the
Shoes are shaped correctly.
Our Oxfords were chosen from among
the best Maker's best.
Our men's $3.50, $1.00 or $.Y0 Ox
fords and our Women's $3.oo, $3.50
or $4.00 Oxfords cannot be duplicated
for these prices, elsewhere.
But do not Judge of our Shoe values
by our prices, for all Shoe prices
sound alike. Look at our Oxfords
and then Judge.
FRY SHOE CO.,
"T H K HHOER 8"
10th and Douglas 8ts.
Our customers remark, "Why I
have paid $5.00 for glasses not so
good as these you are selling for
$3.50." We aim to please.
Globe Optical Co.
818 Bo. 16th St.
Hsst Door to Peoples Store.
Quick Action for (our Money Tou get
that by using The Bee advertising columns
"THE NATIONAL HEALTH RESORT"
Approved by Nstlon and 6tate. Best
Climate and Medicinal Springs la
America. First Class Hotels, Hospi
tals and Bath Houses. Write to
Secretary Commercial Clue,
Hot springs. So. Dak.
Kenl HalrSwlK he 18-inch, reg
ular price $1, Wednesday, GO
Real Hnlr Switches 18-lnch,
natural wavy, $2.00 kind,
Hose StipKHers Women's ' and
Children's, all colors and sires,
Stay Tape assorted widths, 25c
packages for 10
I)res Shields Featherweight,
special, jalr 10
Shopping TtMgs Shoe string wove,
special at 10
Skirt Brnld Black mercerized,
5 yard balls, regular 10c kind,
Sewing Silk 100 yard spools,
all colors and black, 2 spools
Wire Hair Pins Assorted sizes,
special Wednesday, 2 boxes 5
Razor Steel Shears All sizes,
worth to 60c, Wednesday' 15
An Important Wednesday Event
Dressing Sacques and Kimonos
One of the most noted
New York Manufacturers
a concern famous for Its
many origlnar and novel
designs Antonius Arlda
29 West 17 th St., N. Y.
has given Bennett's the ex
clusive control of his line in
Omaha. Most of these gar
ments are fol-elen inspira
tions and totally different from the usual styles shown. We have
bought heavily and secured price advantages that are plainly distin
guishable in these offerings.
Special Displays and Sale Wednesday
LAWN SACQUES I LONG KIMONOS
LlKht and dark colors, sacques with
blt. round collar with ruffle, but
tonhole stitch edges, white, black
and navy grounds at 69o
lawn Saoques Htfht colors, stripes
and figures with belt, self strap or
lace trimming, at 89o
White Liwn Saoques, with fancy blue,
pink and lavender border trimming;
also all white and floral lawns, nt.
Ziawn Saoques, lli;ht colors with
Dutch neikB, half length kimono
sleeves and three-quarter sleeves,
with tight or bell cuff, at ....$1.83
Short Silk Kimonos, plain red and
blue Jap silk, trimmed In contrast
ing colors, In oriental designs, val
ues $3.96, one to a customer onlv,
at, each $1.00
Xionr Liwn Kimonos of light figured
lawn, plain hand trimming front col
lar and cuffs, rare value, at, 91.00
Ziong Kimonos, of lawn and challle,
3 styles, floral and Grecian border
and combination band trimming, at,
each .. .81.85
Liwn Klinonos, several styles ' with
lace, or plain band trimming. Three
quarter or full length sleeves, $3.75,
$.1.00, $2.50 and ............. .91.78
Crepe Kimonos, full length, plain red,
blue, pink, lavender and gray, with
border trimming, at . . '. 91.88
Plain and fanoy Orepa Klmoaos, with
satin hand borders, at, each ..88.83
Kovelty Crepe Kimonos, in new orien
tal effects, manv new. features In
cut and design, $4.95. $4', $3.60. 93-78
Ziong 811k Kimonos new Empire and
shirred back, choicest patterns. Jao
and floral designs, $12, $10 and 80.60
Corsets for Summer
These -ffrBt varm days of approaching summer
remind us of the necessary change to the light
weight, cool, comfortable batiste corsets, with the
We have arranged two attractive specials
for Wednesday, one 'model with medium
bust and hip fitted with two f AA
pairs supporters, at vp lav 9
Another model, and very new, has extreme
high bust and extra long hip, with sup
porters and embroidery trim- tf CA
miug, at t)ljU
Dainty bust ruffles in variety of styles, at,
25c to 98c
Wednesday for Candies
We offer two fine specials in Balduff Candy Co.'s daintiest
In Basement Candy Section.
lUIiDlFK'S OPKKA CREAM
A delicious morsel that always
sells at 40c pound
special. . ,
In Our Balcony Candy Section.
Highest 40c quality order or
take a pound home with A
A special lot at a special low prioe
while thej Ustt
noor size 7-feet
by 2 feet 8-ln.,
LAWK MOWERS, 9'4-inclv wheHs
guaranteed, Wednesday, at 8 8-SO
Ball bearing Mowers, at 93.50
tUrass Catchers Free.)
Worth $1.75. 11.50 and $1.00.
from our big purchase, sample
strips Draperies and Tapestries.
Brocaded Tapestries t'p to 3
yards long, worth $1.50 a yard,
at per piece 95
Bordered, Fringed Portieres and
Figured Tapestries, up to 3tt
yard pieces, very rich effects, per
Sample Portlere--Rich qualities
and effects, values to $11.00
pair, choice, each. $1.08
Short Lengths Rep Tapestry, all
colors for pillow -tops 5
Pastel "Firelight" Pictures
.These are genuine hand paintings, original in design and
artistically colored, representing Campfire and Moon
light effects, something new and appealing to most
refined tastes $2.50 to $15.00
ART DEPARTMENT, 21) FLOOR.
Bennett's Big Grocery
Bennett's Breakfast Coffee, t lb. can for ..
Bennett's Assorted Teas, per pound
Upton s Tea. pound can
Pie Preparation, for pies, assorted kinds, 3
TMamond C toap, 10 tars for
Helns Small hweet 1'tckles, quart
Heins Sour Mixed Pickles, quart
Hiini Kwert Mixed 'Pickles, quart
Mfdiurn Sour Plcklrs. quart
Honheur Kardinra. large can ..,
"rWi P'i" Krult Jams. Jar
Stollaerck's Premium Chocolate, H-lb. for
Charm Table Syrup, bottle
Rxt We Have. Pork and Boe-ns. large can
Beauty Asparagus, per can
Poppy Condens Milk, large can
Eddy's Salad Mustard, for
apltol Baking Powder, id
Franco-American Soups, large can
pkgs. 8 So ai
8 So and
. 8 So and
. SOo and
. 1 Soand
B0 green stamps
60 green stamps
20 green stamps
20 green stamps
10 green stamps
10 . green stamps
10 green stamps
1 1 green stamps
10 green ' stamps
10 , green stamps
19 'green stsmps
10 green stamps
S green stamps
10 green stamps
a . - .
20 green stamps
we fill n r
FROM DAILY j
Ha ft BY PHONE
!lll lit) BELL 2600,
THE RELIAOLK STORE PP' A1131
$15.00 and $18.00 Tailor Suits, $6.95 Pana
mas and fancy suitings, in newest styles
and colorings, over 159 in this lot to select
from regular $15 to $16 values,
100 Pretty Wash Suits All colors, splendid
new styles, actual values to $10,
Covert and Silk Braided 'Jackets Worth
to $10, just 75 of them in the lot, ; CQ. QC
to close, choice vUsuiJ
1 Silk and Net Waists Regular values up to
$5, while they last Qjj
French Voile Dress Skirts Trbimed with
folds and hands values to A QR
$10 at - .UJ
SAVE 15 TO 25 PER CENT ON YOUR MILLINERY.
MOST CLEVER STYLE CREATIONS.
Extra Specials in High Grade Wash Gsods
Egyptian Tissue, fin assortment 25
Alberta Satin, splendid assortment,
Arnold's Printed Swisses, regular 26c,
our price . , 18
French Batiste Side Bands. ... 12 H
69c Silk Organdies 3f)
60c Silk Organdies 21)
Groat assortment of Dress Ginghams,
per yard... T'12s to 25
Extra Specials for Wednesday
From H to 8:15 A. M. Genuine Fruit
of the Loom (10-yard limit) at.
; FYom 0 to 10 A. M.
One case of 7V4c Apron Checks -(10-yard
One case 4 2-inch Pillow Tubing, the
' 16c grade (S yard limit), yard. . 9
One case of 12 He White Goods.'. .5
One case of 12 V4c all Linen Toweling
(6-yard limit) at, yard 7i
From 2 to 2.80 P. M.
One case of $1.26 Quilts, large, fine
and heary, (4-qullt limit) at,
One case of Damask Towels, worth 1 Do
each (4-towel limit) at, each.H
From 8 to 8:80 P. M.
One case of 72x90 Dreamland Sheet,
.worth 76c (4-sheet limit), each 50
One case of 8190 Sheets, worfh 86c
(4 -sheet limit)1 at,. each . .... .59
One case of Hunter's ' Choice 36-tnch
Muslin, worth 12 He (10-yard limit)
at. yard t.....Qttt
Try Hayden's Big Grocery Department First
Xt will ssts you as to 60 per eont on
your houssksspluff- szpsnsss.
20 lbs. best pure cane Granulated Suirnr
10 bars best brands Laundry Soap... 8 Bo
The best Cornmesl, per sack 10
6 lbs. choice Japan Rice. ". . . SSo
7 lbs. best Rolled Oatmeal 8 So
Peanut Butter, per lb. 20c
1 lb. ran best brands Lye Sc.
Rromsnaelon, Jellycon or Jell-O, pkg 7 He
16-os. can evaporated Milk 7 Vic
8 os. can evaporated Milk 4c
1 lb. pkff. cold water Ntarch 3c
The best domestic Macaroni, pks IVjc
IS os. rsn I'U Lu Srourinar Snap 6C
Oil or Mustsrd Sardines, per can 4c
3 In. cans first quality solid parked To
S lb. cans first qusHty Sweet Sugar Corn
at .......4...... 7Hc
The best Tea Slftlnss, lb. ... lie
The best Oolden, Santos Coffe. lb...- IBc
The best Soda ,or Oyster Crackers,' per
Choice No. 1 Dairy Butter, per lb 20c
Fancy No. 1 Table Butter, per lb 23c
Fancy No. 1 Creamery Butter, per lb. 26c
Vtvah VarstmMs a Z.SSS ThSB Wfcoltsal
We save you ons-half on your housekeeping-
VVe hsve the foods, quality and price.
Fresh Spinach, per peck 7 Ho
2 bunchen fresh Aspsrsaus for he
4 bunchus fresh Radlshe c
5 bunches Onions on
Fresh Peas, per quart Bo
Beets, carrots or tilings, per bunch... 4o
i lbs fresh Pleplsnt s
Fancy rips Tomatoes, per lb 7 He
Fancy Was or Green Beans, per lb. 10c
Fancy fresh Cabbage, per lb So
t heads fresh Leaf Lettuce for ...... oo
Fresh Parsley, bunch 2'4o
Fresh Cauliflower, lb oo
This will probably ba tho last wssk for
Put them up now. We have another car
of eitra fancy fruit.
Tomorrow, each.. THo, 8'4, loo, lHo
Per dosen .......... 8So, tBo 91.10 (1.35
Mcnasy's prices on all g rorerles. Kutter,
Cheese, Crackers. Tess and Coffees.
" Mason Jars for your Plnsapples.
Pint Jara with caps and covers, per do.,
Quart Jars, m'lth caps and covers, Pr
TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST
.5 r. -7
Not "Too Expensive
Why do you not advertise to the Consumer
through daily newspapers! ; v
That question put to almost any manufacturer
who has not tried it will. frequently be met with the
statement that "it's too expensive." This idea is
I y VTiiy not try it!
A campaign through newspapers, with all the
auxiliary work planned for you by us, will sell more
'goods for general consumption than can possibly be
sold in any other way.
Tell us the places where you know 3our distrt
'"' bution is complete and yet where the goods are' 'Kb t
-Roving as they should. Try the effect of newspaper
space in selling a particular article in any one city.
If your goods are of general consumption and
. you have never tried such a newspaper campaign,
why not test it for results! a
Information and suggestions may be had from
. .. - i '. "
THE DAILY NEWSPAPER CLUB
80 J World Bulldlni.". New York City.
The Bbst Value Ever
Ws will offfer for one' "weekflna Cut Glass .Berry Bowl, i-lneK. regular f SO
for 14 0. Wa have only a limited number and advise you to make selection at cues.
Mawhinrioy . Ryan Co., ,
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