Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, June 12, 1909, NEWS SECTION, Page 7, Image 7
TITE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JUNE 12. 1900. r; v Snowy If- ft as? Knit Union Suits, nil regu lar and extra sizes. . . .49c In almost endless variety; priced for Saturday at Half and Less A c t u a 1 Retail Worth. Handsome Skirts, elabo rately trimmed with lace or embroidery and wash ribbon?, -worth to $3.50; choice ..$1.50, $1.98 Gowns Almost endless assortment of styles, val ues up to $3.00, on sale at 50c, 69c, 98c, $1.50 Corset Covers and Drawers; samples and odd lots, val ues to $1.50, on pale, nt. .' 49c and 75c Corset Covers, Drawers and Gowns, at 25c Ladies' Knit Vests 10c $1.50 New Book 98c The only place In Omaha you cn buy th latest II. SO copyright books, at Mo ll.eo Rebound Copyrights, at..43e I package fins Envelopes, for Bo J! THE RELIABLE STORE Two Remarkable 39 Til" Millinery Bargains Ostrich Plume Hats, regular values to $14.00. Very lat est styles in chip, hair braid and milan; two and three plumes on each hat, fP C choice 4) J Trimmed HaU f 1.00 Good styles, neatly trimmed, bought to sell at $2.50 and $3.50; to close quickly t ....$1.00 The most complete line of Chit- dren'a Millinery shown in Omaha. All hats marked In plain figures. .Ladles' Neckwear We have lust opened a new Ladles' Neckwear Department and offer some very striking bargains, Sat urday, up from lOo peclal Bales of Brushes. Combs. Mir rors, Soap Boxes, Hose Supporters, etc., Saturday. Ladies' Handkerchiefs Pine all linen Handkerchiefs, each Be Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, at . .3He 15c linen Handkerchiefs, each ..TVio 20e fancy Embroidered Handker chiefs, each TVio 25c fancy Embroidered Handker chiefs, each 19 Ho Children's Handkerchiefs. for ..to Summer Suits and Dresses Saturday . The heavy fabrics and more stately styles of the early spring has given place to the most bewitching assortment of designs in fine serges, cool linens, rich silks, dainty lingeries, etc., that has ever been offered in any Omaha store. Our regular purchases have - aft m placed us in a position to otter bargains, beyond question, the choicest ever. . THESE SATURDAY SPECIALS WILL DELIGHT YOU. Men's Furnishings at Matchless Bargain Prices Values That Will Result in Rapid Stock Reduction. Summer t'nderwear at About Half Price $1.00 Union Suit 50c $2.00 Union Suits $1.00 Union Suits, worth to $3.50; your choice. $1.98 and $1.50 Men's Underwear Shirts and drawers, made to sell to $1.00 a garment. . .25c, 35c and 49c Men's 50o Neckwear and Sus penders, at . 25c pjj U ! 'if THE RELIABLE STORE y High Class Undershirts or Draw ers; values to $3.00; American Hosiery Mills goods 98c GRIFFON BRAND SHIRTS and other high grade makes; values to $2.00 soft or pleated bosoms, collar bands and soft collars, fin est percales, madras, silk ging hams, pongees, etc ; many $2.00 ;" choice 98c Men's Leather Garters; special Saturday, pair 10c Men's Sample Shirts Regular values to $1.00; on sale Satur day, at, choice 39c Ladies' Summer Hosiery Big Importers' Stock Purchase Silk lisle, gauze and lace lisle ef fects, all newest plain colors and novelties, regular 50c values, 25c 69c and 75c values. .-. . .35c . or three pairs for. . .$1.00 Misses' and children's lisle thread lace hose, in black, white and tan, 25c values, at, pair ; .lZYzC CORSETS Fine batiste, long hip models, boned with rust proof boning, hose supporters side and front, values to $1.00, at : , .09c and 49c 35c Ribbons 12ic Extra wide all silk Taffeta Rib bons, In all staple shades, 25c to 35c values; on sale Satur day 12H $2.00 Hand Bags 95c. A fine extra size leather lined Hand Bag the greatest snap ever shown. 35C Fancy Veilings 1()C We show the largest line of plain and fancy Veiling In Omaha and will aave you money on every number. For Saturday we fea ture a complet line of plain and . fancy veilings, regular iioc and S6c values, at 10o New hair Goods We have recently opened a com plete Hair Goods Department, showing a eplendid assortment of Rolls, Puffs, Chignons, etc. You can easily aave B0 per cent by buying her. See our splen did new line. $18 and $20 Silk Dresses at $7.50 Messnlines, taffetas, foulards, plain colors and fancies; choice new de signs, lace and applique trimmed, nearly 400 of them to select from, mag nificent bargains, as shown in windows, at $7.50 Women's Long Linen Coats, $12.50 values, in Saturday's sale at $7.95 Women's Long Loose Silk Coats, $12.50 values, on sale at, choice $7.95 100 Covert Coats, values up to $7.50, all the new styles, choice ....$3.95 Children's Wash Dresses Sizes 1 to 14 years, all sizes and colors, values to $3.00, at 95c and $1.45 Dainty Lingerie Dresses, val ues up to $10.00; trimmed with laces and insertions come in all colors, elegant values at, choice. . .$5.00 $30.00 Serge Suits $19.90 A swell line of these most popular serge suits, ele gantly tailored, trimmed in black jet and buttons, de lightful bargains at sale price $19.90 A Magnificent Line of New Wash Suits and Dresses All the most beautiful tail ored and fancy effects, all colors, most complete line in Omaha, at. .$5, $7.50, $10, $12.50 up to $35 $3.50 and $4.00 Jap Silk Waists; big assortment, in Saturday's sale $1.49 Children's Spring Jackets A splendid assortment for selection, are worth up to $4.00, at $2.95 Dutch Neck and Tailor Waists; best values ever shown, at $1.00 Children's Gingham Romp ers; juet the thing for sum mer play suits, regular 50o values, at . . 29c EM Q1S THE RELIABLE STORE f Monday ; yjff J""" Our June Clearance J Big Bankrupt Sale of Shoes fZm D.J.Allen Co. Stock ' 150 Duane St., New York City, at About One-Half Actual Retail Prices These people were only in business about eleven months and their goods were made for fine city trade. On account of the size of the stock and lack of window space they can only be shown in the department. Be sure and see the good3 as they are all this season's creations. Men's patent colt, gun metal and gal luus Russia calf oxfords, cartridge ' eyelets and the new high toe, worth $4.00; Saturday $2.50 You young men who have been pay ing $4.00 and $5.00 for oxfords, get In on this, for they are right up to the minute. Misses and children's 85c Barefoot Sandals 50 Women's vlcl kid, gun metal, patent colt blucher or button, Goodyear welts and hand turned toles, values up to $3.50; Saturday. . . . .$1.98 Misses and children's tan vlcl kid blu cher oxfords, values up to $1.75; Sat urday $1.00 Men's patent colt, gun metal, box calf bluchers, lace and button, worth $3.00. at ....,....$1.08 Boys', youths' and little gents' shoes, worth up to $1.76; every pair made for hard knocks $1.10 Big Soap Sale Drug Dept. Elder Flower Toilet Soap, fine bars for 18c Meadow Sweet Toilet Soap, five bars for 18c Cocoanut Oil Toilet Soap, five bars for 18c Transparent Glycerine Soap, five bars for 18c Tar Soap, five bars 18c 2 bars Pears' Unscented Soap. 25c 3 bars Jap Rose Soap . .18c J5c Woodbury's Soap,. at. .. .18c Colgate's English Glycerine Soap, 3 bars 25c. Colgate's Elder Flower Soap, 3 bars 25c Williams' Shaving Soap at.... 5c 8 bars assorted Scented Toilet Soapr in a box, regular 85c. .18c S hot. "fic eize Peroxide Hydrogen. 18 J. 'A. I'ozxonls and Java Rice Face Powder, BOo size, for 87c Witch Hazel, Cucumber and Almond Cream. 25c nlze, t tor .9Bo Orlentnl Cream, at ,...$1.05 8-lhs. Moth Balls, for 86o Shinola, per box So Sammer Necessities China Glassware at Reasonable Bargain Prices Majolica Lemonade Pitchers 3-quart size; special 25c Juice Extractors Ice Tea Tumblers JlP Handled Sherbets wu Patent "Hold Ice Back" Tumblers special, each 5 Crystal Ice Cream . and Berry Dishes, each 2 Water Sets 39 Grape Juice Glaasea 5k Grape Fruit Bowla... 15 White Cups and Saucers; on sale, each 2J Hand Decorated Salad Bowls, large size, $2.00 values; while they last, at 60f Big Special Sale Framed Pictures, Picture Frames An immense line of . Frames, every imaginable shape values to $?.50'; choice 506 Small Frames Values up to 75c; on sale, each 15c Any two for 25c Framed Pictures, worth to $1.75; hundreds of subjects to select from, all sizes up to 20x24 35c Picture Dept., 3rd Floor. Four Extra Specials in Our High Grade Linen Department For, Saturday Large size hemmed Huck Towels, with colored bord ers, worth 12Vi;C, Saturday, each ,7c Extra large, heavy and absorbent Turkish Towels, bleached, worth 19c each; Saturday, each He Heavy, good-wearing Sheets, size 81x90, seamless and well mada. worth 79c; Saturday, each 50 Large and medium size Pillow Cases, made from heavy muslin, worth 15c; Saturday, each 10 Busy Hardware Dept. Every Item Bargain No. 8 Gray Enameled Tea Kettles, worth 98c, at 49c 14-quart Enameled DUh Pans... 15c 4-ball Croquet Sets, Saturday. . .50c Heavy copper bottom Wash Boilers, "Llsk Brand," the most perfect made, wood handles, etc., worth $2.00 1.23 Heavy Galvanized Wash Boilers, nt only 89c $1.25 decorated 60-pound Flour Can for p 49o 14 gallon covered Oafbaca Caha, 11.88 13 gallon covered Oarbasa Cana ; MM The old reliable Western Washer, for only M.4t 4-foot Step Ladder, one to a customer, for only . ., Mo 8-foot Celling; Duatera, only lo $125 Food Choppers, only BSo Large, medium and small, heavy Galvan ized Tuba, each Oo, 45o and Mo Hardwood natural flnleh Screen Door, extra fancy trimmings, worth 12.00 at, each 1.35 Hardwood Doors, any alze 8o No. t Copper Nickel Plated Teakettle, worth $1.76 each, at 8 do 14 pound Family Scales, only ,...89o ZSe Oraas Hooks, Saturday, each . .100 Mrs. Pott's $135 seta Sad Irons . ...o IS. 00 Ball Bearing Lawn Mowers. 44.SS tt.OO Guaranteed Lawn Mower for ta.SB Don't Forget Closing Out Ice Boxes Saturday Try MYDEN'S First it Pays Grocery, Fruits, Vegetables, Crackers, It's quality with low prices that bullUs up our enormus business. 20 lba. best pure cane granulated Sugar for 1.00 10 bar best brands Launary Soap 86o B lbs. choice Japan Rice 85o 7 lbs. best Rolled Oatmeal 890 8 cans first quality packed Tomatoes 8Bo 8-lb. cana first quality Sweet Sugar Corn, for 830 Peanut Butter, per lb 800 The beat domestic Macaroni, pkg. , , 8 Wo OH or mustard Sardines, per can.... 40 14 oe. can Lu Lu Scouring Soap .... 60 Large can Condensed Milk THo Small can Condensed Milk 4o Gallon can Apples 8S0 Porn Flakes, pkg 7V4 The best crisp Pretzels or Ginger Snaps. per lb So The beat Soda or Oyster Crackers, per lb 8o The best golden Santos Coffea, per lb., at ISo The best Tea Slftlngs. per lb ISo BtTTTEm AJf D CKEISB liLI FBICXB Choice Dairy Butter, per lb BOo Fancy Dairy Table Butter, per lb. 83o Fancy No. 1 Country Creamer Buttr, per lb 86o Butter and Cheese Prices Saturday Full cream white or colored Cheese, per pound ,...18o Full cream Brick or Limburger Cheese, per pound 180 Neufchatel Cheese, each o Sap Sago Cheese, each THo rresb-Varetablea for Too Sunday Sinner. Fresh Spinach, per peck Bo 8 bunches fresh Unions 80 10 bunches fresh Radishes ; 60 2 bunches fresh Turnips Bo Large Cauliflower, per head 60 Fancy Wax Beans, per lb 60 4 bunches fresh Fleplant 80 2 large Cucumbers 60 4 heads fresh Leaf Lettuce Bo 2 bunches fresh Parsley Bo 2 bunches fresh Asparagus Bo New Cabbage, per lb. 8Ho Fresh Beets, per bunch 4o A OAJU.OAS ZXTBA FAXOT TX.O isa rvtAmxm tom sattwday The Florldss aro the richest flavored Pineapples that grow. Saturday wo will open this car and place them on sale at the following prices: Each Bo, TVio. 8V40, lOo, 13Ho Pel .lozen Mo, BOo, 860, 81.10, 81-38 Per crate, any size 93.80 Travelers, Attention All your needs can be readily supplied here at a substantial saving. Travel ers' goods of all kinds. Trunks, $2.50 to $45.00 Grips..... 45c to $22.50 Suit Cases, 75c to $25.00 See Our Big Line of New Straw Hat Styles choicest values you'll find on sale, at... 15c to $3.00 FAIL. ELECTION A BIG ONE One Hundred and Forty-Two County Oluoeri to Be Chosen. PBIMAUIES FOR ALL BUT TWO ruin Period Oateas Jon 18 and Him ) Month and Primaries Aro Dated for Seventeenth of Aaaast. One judge, s One treasurer. f One clerk. One register of deeds. One sheriff. ' Ona eoroner. . Ono surveyor. Ono superintendent of schools. One eommltsloner. Two' poJlco Judge. TWrty-sovon Justices of ths peaoe. ' Thlrtj--oven constables. Twelro road overseers. Forly-fivo deputy assessors. One hundred and forty-two county of ficers aro to bo eleoted this fall and 140 of them aro to bo nominated In tha pri maries. The number Is Increased forty-five by a chsngs In tho state law, which makes ths deputy assessors elective. Instead of appointive by tho county assessor aa In the past, In addition to tho above county officers, two judges of tho supremo bonch and two regents of .tho state university will' be elected. Candid tea for these offices and for county Judge and superintendent of the jubUo Instruction will not go on the pri mary ballot, but will be given until Octo- ber 1 in which to file. Date of Primaries. The county primaries will be held August 17. Candidate can file any time between June 18 and and July 1H. The new law provides that each assessor district In cltica shall cover a territory em bracing , as nearly aa possible, 4,u00 people. The wards and precincts in Omaha and South Omaha are not made according to population and, therefore, the county com mlRbloners will fix these precincts before the time for filing of candidates. One will be accorded twenty-Blx deputy assessors, Houth Omaha will have six and the other thirteen will be In the country districts. Kueh of. the country precincts, fourteen in number, wll be given two justices of the peace and two constables, and there m ill be six Justices and six constables la Omaha und'thiee oonatables and three justices In South Omaha. Ths twelve road overwwrs will all be elected for work In thek country. All the prrsent county officers will be candidates for re-election, ail these being republicans but the coroner. The present democratic Incumbent was elected last fall to fill an. unexpired term caused by the death of Harry B. Davis. The republican officeholders who aro figuring to run again are: Frank A. Furay treasurer, serving his first term; D. M. Haverly, clerk, serving his second term; Frank V. Bandle, regis ter of deeds, serving his first term; E. F. Bralley, sheriff, serving his first term, and Herman Beals, surveyor, serving his second term. County Judge Charles Lea lie and County Superintendent W. A. Yoder, each serving their second term, will be candidates again In the fall eec-tlon. The democrat have not as yet got over Your Hair is Worth It Afraid to use hair preparations? Don't know exactly what to do? Then why not consult your doctor? Isn't your hair worth it? Ask him if he endorses Ayer's Hair Vigor for falling hair, dandruff, a hah tonic and dressing. Have confidence in his advice. Follow it. He knows. tS.flSS' the effects of the spring primary and are not saying much about the fall election or the summer primaries. O. Fred Kl saBser, who was the democratic candidate for treasurer two year ago, is now su perintendent of the county hospital and will not be a candidate again. Harry P. Deuel and Murray Bchwartx, democratic candidate two years ago for register of deeds and surveyor, respectively, will not again be candldatea. Lee Bridges, councilman from the seo- ond ward, was the democratlo candidate the last time for sheriff, but he says he is too busy now with city affairs to give a thought to county politics. Tom Flynn, street commissioner and boss of the local democracy, la looked upon as a positive candidate for sheriff. In the event that on the average of four men belonging; to each of the three parties republican, democrat and socialist file for offloe this summer the primary ballot will contain nearly 1,800 names. Carrying this furUier, nearly $1,000 would be paid into the county treasury by candidates as filing fees at $5 per candidate. Two Vomn Over Eighty Die in Day Mr. Adra Baboock and Mrs. Sarah J. Fairfield, Both Octogenarians, ' Are Dead. ' Two octogenarians, both women, died In Omaha Thursday. ' Mrs. Adra Babcock. M year old, died of old age at the home of her son, W. C. Terry, 3t.ll Miami street. Tbe body Is at the Cole-McKay chapel and will be taken to Alexandria. Nebraska, for' burial. An other son. Ben L Terry, is a merchant at thai town. Mra Sarah J. Fairfield of Plattsmouth, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Faber, d California street. The body is being tared for by Undertaker Jackson, and Is to be aent home Saturday morning for Interment. ' MAYOR HAS THE LAUGH NOW Discover! Power in Charter to Come Back at Council. CAN BALK ON ORDINANCE OFFICES And If "Traitors" Try to Sew Him lp He Will Lets Back and Be Joat as Cote aa They Are. As has been said before, "The best laid plana of mice and men gang aft agley." Mayor Dahlman has discovered a way cut of the difficulty and is laughing In his sleeve over the awful things he will do to the "traitor" councllmen If they attempt to abolish the ordinance offices as a means of severing certain members of his cabinet from the city pay roll. For if the "trait ors" try to sew up the mayor In thla way the mayor can turn around and refuse to concur in recreating the ordinance offices. The mayor sat up nearly all night and read the city oharter from beginning to end and In that same charter be found a section which gave him peaoe of mind and rest to his soul. This is section (3 and reads: The mayor end city council may create other offices than those enumerated In this act and suoh offices shall be created In the following manner. The necessity of such new office shall be declared by reso lution proposing the salary and duties of such office. After such resolution has been published once each week tor three suc cessive weeks the council may by ordi nance create such office and fix a reason able salary not exoeeding the amount fixed in such resolution. Such offices shall not hereafter be created unless by consent of the mayor and two-thirds vote by city council. It Is the ' last sentence, "Such offices shall not hereafter be created unless by consent of the mayor and two-thirds vote by the city council," thst gives Mayor Dahlman such great Joy, for tha city legal department advises blm that he can refuse to concur in the creating ordinances and the council cannot pass them over bis veto. "I can be just as funny as the council and If It wants to get cute and abolish then? ordinance offices t can be Juet as cute and refuse to consent to create them again," said the mayor, "This will put a crimp in them, I think, and it will be a cold day before an attempt Is made to abolish these offices." Councilman Johnson, "traitor," repeats his statement that the fight now centers on, Tom Flynn and Dr. Connell; Mayor Dahlman is Just as confident that the city prosecutor is the stumbling block, and Bohs Flynn says he Is so ashamed of the three "traitor" democrats that he would not think of asking them to vote for him. "I told Johnson the other day that I fully expected six democratic votes for toy con firmation the first night and that I would not belittle them by asking for their vote," said Flynn. "I would like to ask them what kind of democrats they think they are to go againxt me when as chairman of the committee I did everything possible to elect them." , Ginger Bread on Ginger Block Free Feeds of Old-Fashioned Loaves Latest Thing of the Five Hundred Club. "Free ginger on ginger block." This is the latent stunt of the "&00 Block Ginger Club on south 16th street, where one block, on both sides of the street. Is showing the other parts of the city what a little real enterprise will do. In the block are located a few restau rant, and In the windows this sign ap pears: "Olntier Club dinger Bread Served Free with Noon Lunches." Not only have people the privileges of looking on a really cleaned street, where show windows and modern fronts give a block of metropolitan appearance, but now comes the final offer to put up some gin ger bread "like mother used to make" or better. While giving away some of Its ginger In the bread, the 6o0 block club still main tain a street sweeping department, con sisting of on muscular mtu in a white duck suit, who proceeds to keep the pave ments clean. This one man works. When he puts a shovel under a pile of dirt, It goes under like the man had eaten ginger pancakes for breakfast and washed them down with ginger ale. Then the shovel Is lifted not like an ordinary street cleaner lifts a shovel. It comes up with a sharp, muscular Jerk as though the man wanted to lift the dirt. CORONER'S JURY SAYS GOULD WAS KILLED BY CHLOROFORM Probably Took the Poison with Sol. cldal Intent, Says the Verdict , of laejneat. Chloroform, evidently taken with suicidal Intent, caused the death of J. B. Gould, the striking electrician who waa found dead Wednesday evening at his room, 622 South Sixteenth street. Coroner Heafey conducted the Infjuesy Friday morning and the Jury returned a verdict that conveyed the chloroform suicide theory. Gould la said to have been suing for a divorce from his wife, who Is employed et the Koehler hotel at Grand Island and has not come here for the funeral. Gould has a sister, Miss Mabel Gould, living at Kingstorj, On tario, Canada. The funeral plans have not been mad. her huainMB an4 Imtt nmah. .. t .. ki jrnri ago and has lived In Peekakul since, that vOTi. iicr MUIM0 miori coming west, A Frightful xaerieaee of biliousness, malaria and conatlDation i. quickly overcome by taking Dr. King's r.ew 1,1 re j-iiis. zac. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. MRS. C. F. HICKMAN DEAD Former Resident of Omaha, Widely Known In West, Die at Peekskltl. Word ha been received by Omaha rela Uvea of the death of Mrs. C. F. Hickman, formerly of this city, which occurred at Peeksklll, N. Y., Thursday evening. No particulars were given In the message, which came to a niece, Mrs. N. C. Mitchell of 2319 Harney street, but ber death was evidently sudden, as she had not been 111. Mrs. Hickman was a resident of Omaha for many years, having come here with her husband In lSet. She opened a millinery store and ber business grew until It war ranted Mr. Hickman's resignation from th government service to assist her with It. Later they extended It to th wholesale field and for yeara were well known through the west. Mrs. Hickman closed Out The Cost of Cleanliness A New Booklet Published ...by. . J.C. Wood Co. Serfee Oleaaers and Byrs la tho Wast. It's Inter esting and It's Free. Bend for s Copy. 1521 Howard St., Omaha USE ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE. A soeiUr lo be iUU Uta u ism. 11 fee save ul.4. ttkini lu irjr Alloa's ruut-gast. t rtats the tt aoa makta n or light taova eaa. Curia a.-bin. aaroliaa. hot, awaettug feat. aatiaa corua ana bunloua of all pals ai g-Waa raat an coaifwt. Try It toaajr - Sol br all lrviaglia iu Shua Ktoraa. tftc. ioo't ac4pt aaf auballtuta. for FHXS trial clui, alio rra Sim pit of tbe roof BASIC Sanitary CORN-PAD. 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