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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1909)
THE BEE: OMATTA", SATURDAY, .TTTNE 12, WW.
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Saturday Extra Specials I
Great Hosiery SeJe
Women's and men's fine imported mercerized lisle, and cot
tonwhite, black, tans and light evening shades, fancy
embroidered boot patterns, all
" over laces and lace
boots crarter top,
double heel and toe
Mei't and Women's Hosiery 15c
Fine cotton and mercerized lisle, fancy
stripes, plain black, taa and light
color allover lace and C
fancy embroidery, pair
hisses'. Children's and Boys'
Hosiery at 10c and 15c a pair
Heavy and fine ribbed, cotton and Hale
finish hoBe, some with double knee,
heel and toe, garter top, also allover
Special Women's 50c Neckwear at 25c
Lace and embroidered effects, Stocks, Jabots,
Dutrh Collars about BO styles
worth to EOc, at
Saw."4 Summer Underwear
Women's Knit Union Salts Umbrella and
lace trimmed knee out sizes
7, 8 and 9 Saturday ,
Women's Vest and Pants Vests, sleeveless,
mercerized lisle, lace and crochet trimmed
In white, pink and blue, also pants um
brella and lace trimmed, also AQ
cuff knee, all sizes TC
Women's Sleeveless Union Suits Um"brella
and lace trimmed, also cuff knee iQ
all sizes special T"C
HE Woman's Foot insldft of a
pair of our new Tan Oxfords
will be a very attractive prop
osition In Foot Dressing.
The new shades In Tan
Footwear are handsome.
There Is a great variety of styles
for your choosing. Plain or perfor
ated toes and vamps Cuban Heels
and a correct size and width, for every
$3.00 53.5d nd $4.00
Besides fur large line of Tans, we
are showing some features In Tana
and colored Kid leahers that are en
tirely new this season.
FRY SHOE CO.,
16th and Douglas Sts.
Women's Vesta and Pant Vests, sleeveless,
plain taped arm and neck all sizes. Pants,
umbrella lace trimmed all sizes, , f C
SPECIAL SALE OF RIBBONS
Ribbons Fine all silk taffetas a variety of widths C 1 C
all colors 2 big lots, at, yard . JCUC
Boys' balbrlKnan shirts I Boys' ribbed athletic
oil b17pb f ' shirts and
ail sizes, Cr drawers good
special values, at
Children's "M" waists,
on sale, t(t
each . I W C
Women's Long Silk Gloves $1 pr.
Long silk gloves Fownes' make double
tipped fingers Tricot weave 16-button
length, black, white, gray, navy, T
brown and tan, worth $1.50, pr. . . . $l
Xion Uk Glovee Elbow lengths,
reseda, (ley, ctatwba, peach, navy,
Hky and black, double tipped Q
finger urals, worth $1.25, palr...07C
Jjong Xdste Oloves Pure Milanese
two-clasp fasteners tan, black and
white worth 60c pair, at
Short Bilk Gloves Popular makes
double tipped black, white S0
and colors, at pair . . . .
SEW YORKMTSDEAN WARD
University of That City Offers Him a
fig Position. -
HE PROBABLY WILL ACCEPT IT
Dr. Davidson Think Head of Ne
braska Medical Will Jiot Reject
the Proposition from
Pean H. 11. "Ward of the medical school
of the University of Nebraska has been
offered and mxy . accept a responsible po
sition In the University of the City of New
York. He has not as yet accepted, but It
Is considered as a foregone conclusion by
follow educators that he will this summer
close his work with the Nebraska school
and take the, promotion offered him In the
The position offered Pean Ward Is that
of head of the work In zoology in the Uni
versity of New York at a salary of between
W.000 and 17,009. The salary paid by the
Vnlversity of Nebraska Is $3,000. In addi
tion to his work In the department of so
ology In the university the position will
connect him officially with the same de
partment In the Museum of Natural His
tory In New York City.
IVan Ward received the offer from the
Vnlversity of New York several days ago,
but said nothing of It until he told Dr. W.
M. Davidson, superintendent of the Omaha
publlo schools, Thursday that he was seri
ously considering taking the place.
"A man, can not live on prospects al
ways," Dean Ward told Dr. Davidson, and
the Omaha educator believes that the dean
will go east In September.
"Dean Ward la a big man, but we can
not keep our big men when other places
offer salaries double what they are now
receiving," said Dr. Davidson. "The high
standing of the medical department of our
state university is due to Dean Ward, and
but for him we would not have the con
solidation of the ' various medical depart
ments in Omaha at this time.
"I wish we could keep the dean in Ne
braska; we need all the big men we can
get, but I do not believe he will turn down
this promotion offered htm by the Uni
versity of the City of New York, a really
Dr. ' Davldsou was present Thursday at
the commencement exercises of the Uni
versity of Nebraska and the degree. of doc
tor of laws, voted him by the Board of
Regents of the university, was conferred
n him by Chancellor Avery.
Edwin L. Hill
Takes His Life '
With a Bullet
Mail Carrier Jokes with Some of His
Patrons and in Three Minutes
Bee Wast Ads stimulate business moves.
Kdwln L. Hill, a mall carrier of several
years service in South Omaha, shot and
killed himself instantly at :30 o'clock
Friday morning at the residence of Mrs.
S. E. Letter, 1002 North Twenty-first
street, where he had been boarding.
Mrs. Letter said - ha had been acting
mora than usually strange for some time.
He started Friday mprnlng to carry his
route as usual. His boarding place is on
the route. Just before reaching home he
talked with Mrs. 13 rock and 1 Mrs. Vore
In his usual way. He laughed and Joked
as he delivered their letters. Three min
utes later he was dead. When he arrived
at his boarding house he set - the mall
pouch on the back step, went up stairs,
took his revolver and coming down sat on
the front step of the house. There he
placed the revolver mtissle in his nostril
and flied the shot through the top of his
head. The bullet came out over the right
ear. Two boys across the street saw the
act and gave the alarm.
He left a note In his room directed to
Mrs. Letter, saying simply:
"Mrs. Letter: I want you to think of
me in as kindly a way as you can when
1 am gone." .
Hill had a brother Charles who was
formerly secretary of the Young Men's
Christian association In South Omaha. His
brdther died some years ago. Mrs. Charlea
Hill lives at Tabor, la, where a cousin,
also Charles Hill, resides. He has two
other brothers living. One lives at Lead,
8. D. His name Is believed to be Willis
Coroner Heafey has taken charge of the
body and will seek to communicate with
the relativea. Hill has several pieces of
real estate in South Omaha, and recently
bought a house and lot, paying In part.
He did not belong tovany fraternal organ
isations. Hill hsd a gloomy disposition, but was
known as an exemplary man. He was a
member of the First Presbyterian church.
Dyaaulte Wrecks Jtallalaa
as completely as coughs and colds wreck
lungs. Cure them quick with Dr. King's
New Discovery. iOc and Jl W. For sal
by Beaton Drug C
Hire's Root Beer Extract (reg
ular price 25c), Sat....x3
Cross & Blackwell's Chow
Chow (regular price 25c)
Dundee Marmalade, (Imported,
regular price 35c), 8at.21
Dr. Price's Baking Powder
(regular price 45c). Sat. 39
Armour's or Cudahy's Beef Ex
tract (regular price 60c)
, Saturday 38f
3 large cans Carnation or
Pet Milk, Saturday 25t
3 pkgs. Jello, Saturday. , . 2o
2 . pkgs. Saratoga Flakes Sat
Walter Baker's Chocolate (t
Idlewlld, Wedgewood, Meadow
Glod, Ideal, Diadem Butter,
per pound .29
Fresh Peas, 3 ''quarts .... 25
Green Asparagus, per bunch
New Potatoes, per peck . . 40
Exponents of Good IJvlng.
28th and FARNAM.
The Place to Get Your
Rose Art Store
1S21 Dodge Street
Ed H. Smith and T. W. Kennedy
"THE NATIONAL HEALTH RESORT"
Approved by Nation and State. Best
Climate and Medicinal Sprlnga la
America. First Class Hotels. Uospt
tsls and Bath Houses. Write te
Secretary Commercial Claa,
Wo Sprlaga. Bo. Bsk.
A Lucky Purchase
at Popular Prices
If you give us nn oppor
tunity to show you our great
you will be easily convinced
that we save you from 25 to
33 per cent on a suit.
A fortunate purchase of
800 pairs of men's pants
from a leading manufacturer
enables us to offer you fash
ionable pants at less than
original cost of manufacture.
This lot includes fancy wor
steds, blue serges and outing
1519-1521 Douglas St
(.ten's and Boys' High Class Spring Clothing
Several special purchases of manufacturer's surplus stocks coupled with tremendous
selling in both our special and regular lines has left us with a big lot of broken line's which
we must close before inventory.
173 ovo Thorn
$13.50, $15.00 and
575 of them for your selec
tion made of pure worsteds,
serges, velours, cheviots,
etc., hand tailored gar
ments, perfect in fit, clever
in designs; the best lot
ever shown $
in Omaha at
ance price . . . .
Every Suit is
$18.00, $20, $22.50
and $25 Spring Suits
Broken lots of the famous
Hart, Schaffner & Marx and
pure silk and worsted silk
lined "Marvel" Suits, etc.
Perfection in tailoring,
choicest of the season's
stvles, fabrics $
at choice, Sat-
Buys your choice of 493 all wool suits, including many all wool
worsteds, blue serges and cheviots; not one of them worth less
than $10.00 ; nearly all of them $12.50.
Bargains in Youths' Suits. Bargains in Boys' Suits
Try HAYDEN'S First
Bulletin From the Auction!
The following souvenirs were
given out yesterday, Thursday,
June 10, at Fred Brodegaard &
Co.'a Jewelry Auction
109 Nrth Sixteenth Street
(Opposite tbs roetoffloe)
W. J. Clnek. 158 S. J4th 8 1, South
Omaha. Stiver Bonbon Dish.
J. Alvlne. 1712 Jackson' St, City.
H. J. Rice. 2614 Capital Ave, City.
Robert Scott. 1141 N. lth St., City.
Frits Miller, 216 N. 26th Ave., City.
Auction commences every day,
10:30, 2 p. m. and 7:30 p. m.
COJTT TAXI. TO ATTKT ,
By all odds the most es
sential quality In a Boy's
shoe is strength.
A Boy's Shoe Is considered
"Good" provided it stands the
hard wear and tear to which
it is sure to be subjected.
OUR BOTS' SHOES pos
sess other good features, for,
besides being strong, they are
good looking shoes and com
fortable shoes as well.
We know that we have the
very best Boys' Shoes built.
The factory and a Drexel
guarantee back of each pair.,
2 to 6 .82.50
Ito 2 $2.25
Little Gents' Sizes
10 to 13 92.0O
Send for Spring Catalogue
Drexel Shoe Co.
1(19 Famim Slrcel
- LAST CALL
0n Those $20 Suits
The run on our stock of $30, $35
a7id $38 suitings for $20 has been
We have only a Jew left at $20.
They are choice patterns however,
and if you expect to avail yourself
of this unparalleled sale you must
make a selection during the earning
The London Tailoi's
S07 8. 14th Street.
IN ALL STYLES
ol 20,000 Monlanos
Makes It possible tor yoii to buy one dol
lar's worth "of CIOARS
Regular price per box of 2& Mon
tanos $1. 00, our price only..,
If you desire a supply of these fine CI
OARS at the remarkably low price A
of for QwC
Come at once; they are coins; fast
Sherman & McDonnell Drug Go.
SIXTEENTH AND DODGE STS.
Owl Drug Co.,
SIXTEENTH AND HARNET STS.
TMK ssBLiaSCS STOSMI
June Clearing Sale
OaaaaM . kawufas Ik WaJe.
rr 'm luaruat rvMk,
Hair to IM TvBLkful bqlorj
and l X Irxi,;-Ki
These oxfords are made for you. Do you know what
it means to put your foot into an oxford that feels as though
it was made for you and you alone. If you want to exper
ience this pleasure just try a pair of our women's $2.50
oxfords. We carry them in any style you want, both but
ton a'nd lace, patent colt, gun metal calf, patent tip, patent
pumps and we know how to give you a perfect fit.
322 South Sixteenth Street.
will rent that vacant House,
fill those vacant rooms, or
secure boarders on short notice,
at a very small cost to you-
Telephone Douglas 238.
Bee Office. 17th and Farnam.
Rutherford & Jensen's entire stock
of magnificent imported and domestic
designs will be sold regardless of their
former value prices ranging from 3
cents. .Come and look them over at
2008 Farnam St.
D. C. SCOTT. D.V.S.
(Successor to Dr. H. la Ramacdottl)
Ottlos) aasl Heapftal. a10
Calks Promptly Answered at All Bssts,
fa iS Office Barney T. r.,!., k.k
Taft's Dental Rooms
POOD CENTER. C J J
40-pound sack Lotus Flour S1-7S
1 gallon tuns Byrup J
1-pound can Red Steak Salmon. .. o
Imported Citron, per pound 80o
City Hoda Crackers, per pound....
Salt lUslns; Bread, per loaf Jo
Honey In frames, per frame. .. .ISVtiO
Spinach, per peck Jo
Two fancy Head Lettuce 60
We have a fine line of
Watermelons, Cantaloupes, AllUrator rears, Fhlllpplne Kanroes and CapadlUaa,
Iff riant. Artichokes, Mushrooms, auasn, Etc.
I lb. tin Lourten's Soup ISO
Orange City Kusks, per package.. lOo
Three packages Corn Flakes S5o
Qt. Jars Chow Chow or as'd Kkles SSo
Barrel dinger Unaps, per barrel.. leo
fretxels, per pound ...So
Peanuts, per quart So
Cottage Cheese, per pound lOo
Lettuce, three large heads Bo
rAT a ru ration
t, 000 fresh dressed youn H'n"-
. Vft.. i . .. . , 1 1 ut thh Roast (bone-
less). Der lb UViO
600 pairs choice Lamb Legs, per
pound ; '"
100 lbs. Smoked, Cooked Oi Tngue
infra for cold lunch, per lb. 30o
1,250 pounds Morrell's Btandard
Bacon (by the strip), pounu. . it v,o
1,000 pounds fresh dressed young
Roosters, per pound 10Vo
AMD OUT TO BEST.
2,000 pounds Boneless
Koast. per pound ..o
600 pounds Flank Bteak. pr
pound v.: W
1 000 pounds Bath's Waterloo Baron
(by the strip). Pr pound 170
l,u0 pounds ihulie 1'late Boiling
Meat. pr pound ............... .
1.000 pounds choice UmD (shoulder
Hoast. per pound SVio
600 pound Veal St-oulder Roast.
per pound 8V0
rrccxAXB utvuat owir.
Fine Imported Claret, per bottle (regular) 40c and 76c, rer bottle SBo and toe
Not more than four bottles to one purchaser.
Very old White Mslt Whiskey (regular) 0c and 1 00, per bottle 40a ana
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