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THE BPE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. AUGUST 20. 1909.
GOOD NIGHT FOR THE SNEAKS
Friday and Saturday Will Be the Closing
Days of the Council Bluffs Stock
Most Remarkable Bargains ol
After the Hot Spell .Folks Sleep Sound
tnd Get Robbed.
i tanpBBB eww r-
the Year i
MAJT? CASES REPORTED TO POLICE
Oalr mall Mmi Tlkrn, hat Ihf A e
err ant Amoinli to onuMer
ahle Mootlr imk and
Sneak thieves have been doing a thriving
business among the residences of Omaha,
especially in the vicinity of Seventeenth
street for. two or three blocks north and
south of Dodge street. Three cases from
Seventeenth, one from North Sixteenth and
one from Corby street were reported to the
police Thursday.. - In most cas the thieves
gained entrance to the house hy cutting
away the screens of the rear windows. In
one Instance a prowler boldly matched Into
a hoiine through the front door while the
family was away.
At the Dellone hotel, 210 North Seven
teenth street, five looms were invaded and
UU.tii removed from the clothing of five
roomers. This was the biggest haul the
thieves made. The men who lost money at
the Dellone were: C. M. Hron, $5.?0; Tom
isomer, Js6; John Kontoan, ITS; Steve Kon
toan, $32, Ueolgn Kondis, $U.
At 111 South .Seventeenth street, George
Mc.Cullough and Theodore Cox were robbed
of a gold natch and J6 In silver. The
thieves climbed into their room through
the transom without creating any dis
turbance. Three people were made victims of the
thlves at 109 South Seventeenth street. In
all $28.40 waa the sum stolen here. M.
Lagaloa. 3. Mifflin and C. Brown were
Two brothers, John and George Canavan,
gave up 112 to the night prowlers, wn
pushed open a window and extil.cted the
coin from thair trousers, which were hang
ing over av chair.
Qua Vanberg, who lives at 4108 Corby,
lost a single dollar to the night prowlers,
but Anius Anderson, a roomer at that
place was robber of 110.
IN BASEMENTA GREAT
Mill Length Sale of Cotton Goods
A most attractive August sale of novelty dress batistes and checked
lingerie every pattern and Color Imaginable, some with dainty
borders 15c would be an extremely low price for
Friday In dress patterns, at, per yard'
Soft finished long cloth, nainsook
and lingerie lawn 36 and 40 Inches
wide long mill lengths
with silent Imperfections f I
worth regularly lbe
a yard, at, per yard
White and colored mercerized
sateen short mill lengths of
very fine goods, on bar- fml
per yard . . .
Bleached Canton Flannels one case will be sold
Friday, at, per yard
If KATX 8TYI.K HOOK Illustrating LAniKSMfl J
.jl HOMK .loritNAIi PATTERNS Now onfSnle. jr
Blankets that usually
bells for 98c a pair
some slijfhtly Imper
fect gray, white and
Well known 12 and
10c dress ginghams
neat checks, stripes
and plain shades, etc
at, yard . . .
Yard wide dress per
cale light colorings
to close this lot
will go at,
per yard . . .
Drummers' sample strips of ticking, denims, cretonnes and fancy drap
ery nets suitable for laundry bags, porch pillows, shoe bags,
small curtains, shirt waist boxes, etc, each piece t... JC
Go as Prizes
Thousands of yards figured drap
ery Burlap in long rem .,
nants, at, per yard OL
All day in the basement, very fine
muslin remnants, very spe- r
cial bargain, at, yard t
Comet Forward with
of Native Silver for
1 Native Oati.
Expensive silver cups will be a common
sort of proposition at the corn show this
fall. Colorado has now come across with
a $1,600 trophy offered for the best display
of native oats. ' The cup will be made of
Governor Shafroth of the Centennial
state has promised General Manager Stur
gess, now In Denver, that he will appoint
a commlslon of fifteen to assist Prof. Wal
ter M. Olln of tlia Colorado Agricultural
college In arranging the official d splay
from Colorado. ,
Colfax, Dodge and Saunders counties of
Nebraska, will have a little corn show of
their own as a curtain raiser for the Na
tional exposition. Only it won't be so
The show will be, held at North Bend
at a date to be selected. R. H. Haver
stock of North Bend was in Omaha Thurs
day conferring with. Assistant Ueneral
Manager Paisley regarding the trl-county
From 8 till 9 in the
torenoon we will sell
yard wide floral silk
From 9 till 11 A. M.
Not over 20 yards to
a customer, of very
fine grade 10c out
ing flannel rem
nants, long i
remnants, yd . .
In the afternoon be
ginning at 1:30
double printed imita
tion foreign cl
Scotch cloth, Alt
worth 8c, yd. . 2v
18 inch Embroidery Flouiciigi, Skirt
intfs, etc. worth up to 30c yd
Also corset cover embroideries and insertions in swlss, nainsook:
Rerrmants a.nd Odd Lots of Embroidery, Edging
and Insertions, worth up to 10c a yard
Narrow and medium widths all kinds.
Omaha Market to
Go on the Wires
: 10c Fa.ncy Wash Laces at 3c a yard I
I Sample Pieces Plain & Fancy Silks i
Exactly half price for these silks from a large purchase from the
Cardinal Mills, Paterson, New Jersey.
All the colored taffetas, Including
blacks worth 59c yard, k)Q
go at, per yard uU
Fancy satin tnd Ottoman weaves,
Bengalineg from 20 to 36 AQa
ins. wide, worth to f 1.25. ; "L
Associated Fresi Will Hereafter Carry
Daily Report from Grain
Omaha's prominence in the grain world
received confirmation Thursday when a
telegram came from A. L, Beach, superin
tendent of the Associated Press at Chicago,
ordering the local branch' to send a dally
teport of the Omaha grain market.
Kver since the establishment of the
Omaha Or In exchange tins has been de
sired, but not achieved until now. The
demand of nineteen prominent dailies has
been Influential, howevur, and the publicity
bureau of the Commercial club has been
largely Instrumental in effecting this de
mand. The Associated fress has not been dis
criminating agaiust Omaha in the matter,
tut has waited until It had assurance sat
isfactory to Itself that Omaha'e position In
the grain world warranted such action.
Her Lover Gone,
Life Loses Light
Haney Camel Swallows Corrosive
Sublimate and Begs that She
1 Msappotnted In love. Haney Camel, a col
ored woman Hi years of age, tried to com
mit suicide by taking a dose of three cor
rosive sublimate tablets at her home at 311
North Tmelfth street Thursday morning
shortly after g o'clock. Dr. Schramek was
called from the police station by friends ot
Hie woman and arrived in time to give her
lieatment that kepr her from Immediate
To the doctor the Camel woman said she
did not want to live and begged him to let
lK-r die. Friends of the woman say she
had been thrown down by a man she loved
and had threatened for several days to take
All the CMd Lines of Our Regular Stock Peau de Cashmere, Shan
,tungs. Foulards, remnant lengths of Rajah, Jap Silks, etc., 9f
regular price from 50c to 1.00 yard, at, yard uo
MEAT PRICES BEING BOOSTED
Keataaranta Decide to Raise
Price Tweaty Per (est
Roast beef and roast pork as served In
most local restaurants will cost a little
mote beginning Saturday. Several restau
rant men have met and agreed on an In
crease of I cents a portion, or from 30 to
cents. Several fish orders will also be
'At the price we pay for meat," aid
one restaurant man, "there is no profit
In it for us on these foods, and the raise
is absolutely necessary. When there was
more competition no one felt equal to rais
ing the prices, but now that two restau
rants have gone out ot business, we ate In
a position to do It."
Liberal return limits
and favorable stop
Fast trains at con
venient hours to
make direct connec
tions in Chicago with
all lines east.
if f50, 41.85 and 43.20
U HEW YORK CITY
$n(0 and 44.60
m BOSTON, MASS.
!035 and 46.35
qc PORTLAND, ME.
3150, 35.50 and 36.00
4 BUFFALO, H. Y.
$)fV0 and 41.00
u ATLANTIC CITY
son60' 34-50' 355 nd 36-
OU mnnrim nuT
nOtlTREAL. QUE. ft egg special-;
$0150,35.50 and 36.00
ut NIAGARA FALLS
Tickets on sale daily.
1401-1403 Fa mam Strt.-t
One of tin best buying day of the nuinmer so axon. Prices on
seasonable gootls drop to lowext point. Head every Item:
FINAL HKIUCTION ON WASH SlITS The lowest price ever reached
will be In force Friday. All our white and colored two piece sulta
In linen and repp, about 50 In all, worth to $12.00; clou- ffT ftp M
Auto Coats of natural linen, full
length garments tliat were up to
$12.00, for 5.00
Auto Coats of Silk, cloth of gold
and Tussah silks, In pongee
shades, full length, values to
25.00, now S7.50
Muslin (iowns A table full of
dainty garments, low circular cut.
slipovers, with wide Val. lace
yoke; alRo embroidery trimmed
regular styles, worth 89c and $1,
Dressing Sacquwt Lawn floral ef
fects, light and medium colors,
values to $1.50; closing at 4Q&
House Dresses Hundreds of beau
tiful one-piece styles, high and
low neck, values to $3.75; Fri
Dutch eck Waists White, thin
fabrics, dainty, cool $2.00 gar
ments, for 08
Infants' Caps and Hats Washable
values to $1; a little soiled
A SILK SfRPKISK XEXT MOXDAV, OVH ANNUAL SALK
Make arrangements now to be present first day of this year's
sale. Our' purchases have been so extremely favorable that the
bargains are really surprising even to-ourselves. We never had
finer silks, so many of them, so many kinds, so inexpensively
priced as you'll see Monday. Don't forget the date.
Be sure and see the windows.
A Great Remnant Day
Friday the entire accumulation of remnants of a season', selling.
In linens, white goods, domestics, crashes, etc., go on sale at phenome
nal reductions to close quickly. We reserved them for months for this
day', sale. Come expecting bargains of extraordinary Interest.
Table Daniusk, from 35c to $1.50
yd., in 1 to 3 Vt yd. pieces, at
Crash Toweling, worth 10c to 25c
yd., In 2 to 7 yard pieces, all. .
White Goods, all kinds long cloths,
nainsooks, batistes, India llnons,
Persian lawns, walstlnga, 1 I
etc., 15c to 50c goods, all 2 Ull
Domestics Sheetings, pillow cas
ing, calicoes, sllkolines, cretonne.
shaker and outing flan
nels; all lengths
( Friday Bargains for Men and Boys
livery article from the stock must qo regardless of
its real worth. Come early.
Be Priced at
One- Half to
THE RELIABLE STORE
Friday is Remnant Day
In the Famous Domestic Room
20,000 yards of mill cuds of the best American mills manufacture
prints, ginghams, poplins, pongees, batiste, organdies, etc.;
also silk mixed wash goods, up to ;"Mc a yard; all fine, long
remnants will go in five lots, nt
Lot 1 Lot 2 Lot 3 Lot 4 Lot 5
Wu 5c 7Vtc 10c 122c
WOOL DRESS GOODS Broadcloths, Henriettas, suitings,
serges, etc., at less than manufacturer's cost at," a yard .
!5c 39c 49c 59c
Clearance Sale of Fancy
CUPS and SAUCERS
From the Council Uluffs Stock.
A beautiful line of French, Dres
den, Swiss, Japanese, Doulton,
Coldport, Swedish and Canton
China Cupa and Saucers, 50c to
$3.50 values, all on sale at one
price to close
Nothing to equal these bargain
ever before offered. Sale Friday
Best $4.00 ("able Net Curtains,
Best $1.08 Curtains, pr .".$1.25
All odd pairs of Curtains to go
at ONE-HALF PRICE
Regular 23c Madras and (Jrena
dines, yard 18c
Remnants of Swisses. Madras
and Silkoline at, yard, 50c,
25c and 5c
7, Silk Bargains Friday
It will pay you to hury, for all those lots are desirable,
hence the extremely low clearing prices.
MEN'S STRAW HATS.
Friday we offer choloe of every Straw
Hat In our store, worth up m m
to $1.00, Includes sailor and InP
soft brim hats wv
Wash Tarn O'Bh&ntarc, for boys and
girls tan and white, removable
tutndn. regular 60c line; small q.
Friday for Corsets I
BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS.
Splendid double-breasted Wool Suits,
with extra pair knlckerbocker pants,
sizes 10 to 15 years, regular CA
14.00 and $4.60 suits
Boys' Xiong Pants Suits Few only,
14 to l-year sizes, gray mixtures,
single and double breasted, CO CA
15.00, $6.00 and $7.00 suits..."''
75c Corsets 50c
I.SO Corsets 9Sc
Two lots one for "common" and one for "dress up" both
Batiste and Coutll Corsets,
lengths girdle, medium
tremely long, with hose
Fine Batiste Corsets, with long direc
tolre Bklrt, embroidery trimmed,
non-rustable boning; Ft1- Qfir
day for ov
A Friday Sale Glass Tumblers 1
Glass Jslly Tumblers, with .
tin tops. No (ipJKverles on If"
these. Friday special, each.
Mason fruit Jars.
Pints, per dozen". 40o
Quarts, per dozen 60o
One-half gallons, per dozen.. 60o
Fruit Jar Rubbers, red or white,
extra heavy, 3, dozen 8So
Blown "Water Tumblers, straight
or bell shaped, sizes 5, 6,
7 or P ounce, worth to
80c dozen tno deliveries),
Glass Punch Bowls, with six
handled sherbet cups
Friday Bargains in the Hardware
20c Galvanized Water Palls. . ,15c
2 5c Galvanized Water Palls. . .17c
30c Galvanized Water Palls. . .19c
69c Galvanized Wash Tubs. . ,30c
79c Galvanized Wash Tubs. . .40c
89c Galvanized Wash Tubs. . .59c
Kubber Hose A clearing out sale
of high grade cotton covered
rubber hose, very durable; 50
foot lengths, per foot. 8W
Hammocks A few more. $5.00
Hammocks, now S3.00
Wire Coat Hangers, 6c kind, 6 for 15o
Mrs. Potts Sad Irons, worth $1.10.600
"Climax" Food, and Meat Grinders,
regular $1.25; Friday for 790
Crescent 3-hole Hot nates, regularly
$3.50; clearing at 91.79
Tin Fruit Cans, quart size, best, per
Wire Clothes Lines, solid or braided:
100 foot, worth 40c, for 29o
Elite Sink Strainer, 25c kind 15o
Wilson 25c Toasters for 15o
Men's $1.50 Bathing Suits for.. 91 00
Men's $2.00 Bathing Suits for.. 91.35
$1.25 Silks at 49c Plain Taffe
tas, Messalines, Pongees, fancy
check and stripe, 19 and 27 ins.
wide, values to $1.25, yard 49c
59c China Silks 39c 27 inches
wide, in white, cream or black,
big snap at sale price.
$1.00 Silks at 39c Plain Taffe
tas, Messalines, Foulards, Pop
lins, etc, big assortment of val
ues up to $1 yard; choice. .39c
$1.50 Black Taffeta $1.0036
inches wide, natural finish, soft
and lustrous; a delightful bar
gain at sale price.
Bed Spreads, Sheets and Towels
Remnants of Table Linens Irish, Scotch and Germanin
good, long lengths. Muslin3, Towelings, etc., at most surprising
bargains. Don't miss these pnaps:
Table Linen at, a yard 25c 39c 49c and 59c
Toweling at, a yard 3lAc 5c 7Vc and 10c
Bedspreads at 59c 69c 85c and $1.00
Its Hayden's for Groceries
Notion Day Friday
AH Stapli and Fancy Notions
COUNCIL BLUFFS STOCK
at Va to XA Reg-ular Prices.,
10c Back Combs at ..... .2 ?
25c Back Combs at 7'?
25c Pad Hose Supporters '. .
20c Coin Purses 5
60-yard Silk Thread, per doz. 21J
200 Yard Sewing Thread, per
dozen , 21
Shoe Laces, 5 pairs Tit
Gold Eye Needles, package ..lc
Good Pearl Buttons, dozen .
20c Whisk Brooms ........
Children's Handkerchiefs . . . .1
School Writing Tablets MS
Friday ii the Books and Stationery
Books, miscellaneous lot,
miscellaneous lot, great
bargain, at 5
Lot Box Stationery, box 10
1 package Envelopes
Post Card Albums, 300 cards 19
Dennison's Crepe Paper, 10 ft.5
Lunch Taper, roll loo
Ana 10 Stamps.
Paper Napkins, 100 fur 10o
And 10 stamps.
Dennison's launch Sets lOo
And 10 Stumps.
Tablets, 25c quality lOo
And 10 Stamps.
Bennett's Ink, 3 bottles lOo
And 10 Stamps.
Week End Grocery Sale ror
Bennett's Best Coffee, three pounds. $1.00 and
Bennett s Best Coffee, one pound 350 and
Bennett's Challenge Coffee, pound 18c and
Bennett's Teas, assorted, pound 680 and
Corsican Blend Tea. for Iced tea, pound 48o and
Bennett's Tea SlftlnKS, pound 16c and
BricK t neese, pouna. .
Bsnnett's Prlds Flour, 1 7Q
Including B0 stamps..
100 green stamps
30 K'cen stamps
10 sreen utamps
76 green stamps
40 green Htamps
10 green stamps
Full Cream Cheese, pound SOo
And 10 Stamps.
Roquefort Cheese, pound 40o
Alaska Red Salmon, flat cans, two for 850
Pure Honey, Mason pint jar 35c and 20 green stamps
Cocoanut Bars, ISc quality, lb 12o
Rice, 10c quality, 4 pounds for 85o
Queen Olives, pint 800 and 20 green stamps
Mignonette Marowfat Peas, can 8c
Kugune Tomatoes, II cans for 85o
Diamond C Soap. 10 bars for 8 60
Sour PlckleB. quart "0 and 6 green stamps
Heinz Dill Pickles, dozen 18o and 10 green stamps
Heinz Sour Mixed pickles, quart 8 60 and 10 green stamps
If yon want tha frsshsst roods, hlgb
st quality, lowsst prloss and a Bavins;
of 85 psr cant to 60 par oant on your
housekeeping xpsnsea try Haydsn's first.
20 lbs. best Pure Cane Granulated Sugar
10 bars boat brands Laundry Soap ..2Sn
The best bulk Starch, per lb 60
hex Lye, per can Bo
Eagle or Lewis Lye, per can 7 Vic
Condensed Milk, per can 7 Vic
The best Domestic Macaroni. pkg..,..8'0
Tall cans Fancy Alaska Salmon ...12 Vic
Iiromangelon, Jellycon or Jello, pkg. . .7VaC
6 lbs. choice Japan Rica 2sc
6 lbs. best Pearl Sago, Tapioca or Barley
Lu Lu Scouring Soap, it beats the
Dutch, per can 6c
Lavaline Scouring Soap, per can 8c
The best Soda .Crackers, Ginger Snaps
or Pretzels, per lb 6c
011 or Mustard Sardines, per can ..J Vic
1-lb. package Seeded Raisins 6c
The best Golden Santos Coffee, lb ISc
The best Tea Slf tings, per lb l.'ic
The beat No. 1 Creamery Butter, lb ..2m:
The best No. 1 Country Butter, lb ....3"ie
The best No. 1 Dairy Butter, lb SJc
Trash Vegetables at . Wholesale
The best Sweet Corn, doKen Be
4 bunches fresh Beets 00
8 bunches fresh RadlNhes
2 heads fresh Celery f-
5 Summer Squash ....
Fanov Rlne Tomatoes, banket
sweet Peppers, per dozen 'hr
Large Egg Plant, each oc
Fancy Cooking Apples, per peck ...lfe
3 large heads Cabbage ,'. ..10c
CAW TOVB BAOHI AHD , .
C7B.AXAm.X8 MOW. 1
Large boxes extra fancy California,
berta Freestone Peaches ...L,10
CHABAJrPLXa FO JIIIT f,re mar
ket basket, extra fancy Whitney Crabs,
fir lllv ner basket 860
Twenty pounds best pure cane Granulated
Sugar for 91-00
TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST
Direct from country.
Veal, Ham and Beef L.on.1, ran...iuo I ualiara
ruttri Hum can 80 and 4o I
r',,K.N.'.vinr WasMnn Powder. 7 for 8
Bennett's CaDitol Sweet Wrinkled Peas 10.
uaranteed fresh, I &
s Olive Oil 700 )
An if) SttHmns ( t
. ...85o and 10 green stamps A
. ...lOo and 6 green stamps
NEW TRAIN SERVICE
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sch::l :r "n primary vote
Returns Show Unlit Poll, bat Deci
sive Lead for the W Innere In
Tneedar'a Cent eel.
Don't let stomach, liver nor kidney
trouble down you, when you ran quickly
down tbem with Eleouie -Bitters. Wo. Sold
by Beaten Vrug Co
Official returns from Tuesday's primary
show the nomination on the republican
ticket for membership on the Omaha Board
of Education of C. E. Parsons. Dr. E. Hul
ovtchiner, Henry I. Plumb and Charles R.
Courtney. Plumb had na opposition. The
men were voted for at large, but it elected,
will represent the First. Second. Third ind
The vote . for republican . school board
members is aa follows, as canvassed Thurs
day by the official board:
Paraons 2006 Plumb J-.S1
Schnell .... 1.5T1 Courtney 2.&S2
Holovtchlner .... X.25;iFltch , l.&C
John T. Uiiru Jnhrt W Via vr rA c
E. Herring, Charles Harding aad W. S. 1
Christie will retiie the first of the year
from the board and will be succeeded bv
four new members elected from the first
four wards. Five retire and four come on,
which will make the board a body of four
teen. Instead of fifteen, as heretofore. One
member will be lost each year until the
Blze of the board Is cut to twelve members,
one from each ward.
Plan Voir Trip Mun.
Take advantage of the low 30-diy
summer tourist fares to New York City,
New Jersey tea shore, New England and
Canadian resorts in effect daily via the
MILWAUKEE & ST. PALL v
Folders and information free Let us ar
range all the details of your trip.
City Ticket Office liZi Farnam atreet.
IT. A. Naah, General Wesura XteuL
Friday, Aug. 20; Saturday Aug. 21
In Our New Location .
A nickel plated drip coffee pot
with one can of baking powder.
A handsome decorated Japanese
large cup and saucer with u pur
chase of 50c. A beautiful Japan
ese folding fan given as a tsouve
nlr, In addition to the tickets or
premiums to each purchaser of 50c
Come to our opening.
Grand Unirn Tea 'Co,
! flia So. iflth St.. son lUock.
Kee our window.
Have THE BEE follow
you on your vacation
Notify u before you
leave and there will
be no interruption in
service between your
city and out-of-town
address. : : : : : ;
Writ or Telephone th Circu
lation Department THE 15 KK.
Persistent Advertising is
the Road to Big Keturas.
The Bee Reaches All Classes.
ronn fob w.-
- do una tueir oower te
work and youthful vlgoi
M R VFC
gone aa a result ef oven
era or mental exertion should iui
OKAT tj NtHVE FOOD PILLS Tbey wlU
luase you eat and slei eod be waa
$1 Boat kozes I2U ay aaatL
kxkmajt a MccoiniiLd dbus co.
Oer. lata ana Codec Street.
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THE GAFE ROAD TO TRAVEL.
Effective Sunday, August 22, 1909.
"The Oregon - Washington Limited"
"Will leave' Omaha at 1:00 a. m., ariving at Port
land at 8:30 a. in. on the second day.
Effcctivo Samo Day
Now Local Train
Omaha and Grand Island
Carrying day coaches only, will leave Omaha daily
5:30 p. m.; arriving Grand Island 10:40 p. m.
For information relative to Kates, Routes, etc.,
call on or address
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1324 FA&NAM 3T.
'Phone: Bll, Dougl" 12H, nd Independent, A -8231.
A Wedding Ring
the Tiffany shspe la the proper kind theae days. We
. . .1 1.. .1 if l.r.nl . . I L. I. I . an.l .1.... lT I
l.ave the wirier hands, all wldtl.s. Kpend a few min
ute in our aiore. Look for the name
S. W. Lindsay, Jeweler
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