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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1909)
STFj BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1PM.
Siort Cloi 5 P. M. Till September 1-Saturday 10 P. H.
, 10c and 15a LACES at 3c and 5c YARD
Piatt vala., Point de Paris, French vals., Torchons and fancy
wash laces and insertions all kinds Zt C
worth up to 15c a yard, in two lots, at. . . 2v J t
Women's and men's handkerchiefs, all pure linen, hemstitched also
printed borders, worth 10c at, each 5tf
BOe dress silk poplins, In all newest fall shades; Magnet price, yd.29
76c all silk SOlnch dress taffetas, chiffon finish, yard 39
Jamestown and Atlantic mills 60c and 69c double fold fall suitings; In
5 the Magnst sale, yard 29J
60-Inch gray suitings, in checks and stripes, suitable for school dresses,
regular price 69c; basement, yard 39f
Knickerbocker school suits at $2.60 ages 8 to 16 years, in mostly'
medium Weight materials plenty heavy enough for fall wear all
this season's v-ida. neat serviceable patterns, worth up to $5; Magnet
price .... $2.50
$1.60 cbrduroy' knlckerbocker pants 75t
$1.60 knlckerbocker suits at $1.98
A suit for school wear that will give your rough and tumble boy the
wear you could expect for the price good cheviots strongly made,
vworthup to $3.60 at $1.93
60c shirt waist blouses 23 l-00 knlckerbocker pants. . -49
Men's high grade shirts for early fall wear, plaited and plain bosoms,
coat style, made of Imported madras and percales, $1.60 values;
Magnet . price 75 1
1,200 men's, boys' and children's new fall caps, worth up to frOc. .15,
Women's and children's neckwear, new Dutch collars, jabots, stocks,
etc., neat styles in lace and embroidery, also stiff linen collars,
worth 26c and 35c at. each 12 Ht
All silk taffeta ribbon, Number 12, black, white and all colors, yd. 3ttt
Pearl buttons, assorted sizes, worth 6o at, doien ; . 2 M
Elbow length heavy Milanese silk gloves, all colors, worth up to $1.60
at, pair 39 1
Women's combination union suits, worth 69c at, each -29
Women's fine mercerized lisle hose, plain fast black, split sole, worth
30c at, pair 15
G OAL-ill CUT PRICES
We announce to the public that we are now ready to deliver your
Our hard coal Is the genuine Scranton and of the very vest qual
ity. . Our soft coal cannot be beat, as the enormous amount of dif
ferent kinds we handled last winter enables us to choose the best for
our customers. We have fresh coal coming In every day and can
furnish you any quantity you desire.
Iltmember, we save jrou from OOc to 91.50 oa every ton. Why?
Because we sell for cash, we own our own place, we own our teams,
we do our own work, we have no uptown office carrying heavy rent .
and pay roll. This Is why we can save you from 60c to $1.60 per ton.
We positively guarantee quality and quantity. One trial will con
vince you. All our coal Is under cover; our yard Is within walking
We Invite every one to pay ns a visit and Inspect our coaL
ROSENBLATT'S CUT PRICE COAL COMPANY
Both 'Phones 1225 Nicholas Street.
TOLF HANSON IN DEEP HOLE
Liabilities T 150,000 and Assets $97,
000, According to Petition.
BANKBUPTCT PAPES IS PILED
Dolt Park !, Prmt
' Flstr la Hataaoa aa Calamet
Are H la Calef AjMti u
Tktr Are Merteta.
Ths formal petition In bankruptcy of To!t
Hanson has been filed la th United States
district court by C. E. Herring, attorney
(or the bankrupt.
The summary of liabilities and assets
how the liabilities to be H4M68.S7 and the
eaaets at 197,600, Including- real estate valued
at PQ.0U0, upon whloh there Is a mortcace
f $31,000. The furniture and fixtures ot
the Hanson and Calumet eafes are sohed
aled at 130,000. the permanent fixtures of
the Hanson cafe at S9S.M0 and the unex
pired leaseholds of the Hanson and Calumet
cafes at ttf.toa
Among other assets are Included KM shares
ef stock In the Courtney Co. establish
ment. H.000 policy of tnsuranoe on stack and
futures which expires September W and
mother fur f 1.000 mulch expires November
The total number of creditors wlU reach
over 100, the vsrlous claims running from
75 cents to $87,000. The larger claims are:
First National bank of Omaha. tM.S8i.S7;
John H. Hart, builder, of Omaha. !.
66. M; Albert Pick At Co., Chicago, borrowed
money, S9.0U0; J. I Brandelg at Sons, mer
chandla and notes. I&.I7I.M; Orchard
WUhelm Carpet company, merchandise,
tt.HJ U; Miller, Stewart A Beaton, mer
chandise. 12.8M.6S; Courtney Co.. mer
chandise. $OU; I. A. Medlar, tl.U3.76; O. E.
bhukert. rent. $1,700; Peregor Moore,
Council Bluffs, merchandise, W7I.60; West
ern Heating and Plumbing company.
SX1SS.M; Southern Cotton OU Trading com
pany, merchandise, $440. $0; Fred Krug
Brewing company, merchandise. $261. SO;
Brunswlck-Balke-Coneoder company, H.eOO;
Evans Steam Laundry company, ILXN.U;
Anheuser-Busch Brewing company, $3S.S5;
Nebraska Cycle company, $2,U; Sunderland
Hoofing and Supply oompaay. $2tf.&$;
Thoir.as Kllaatrtck Co., merchandise,
tl.008.Kl; Paxtoa Qallagher company, inir
chaadlse. $tM.4l; estate ef Emanuel J. King,
$3,700; Carl EL Herring, attorney fees and
expenses, $2.00$.$$; Bee Publishing ooro-
pany, $347.38; Omaha Crockery company,
$851; Larsen & Baker Ice Machine company,
$3,600; Omaha Water company, $120. 16; L.
Henderson, merchandise, $683.66; Omaha
Gas company, $243.27; National Cash Reg
ister company, $800; Milton Rogers & Sons
company, $441.07; T. C. Brunner & Son
$30$. SO; NIIbs St MoRhsr Cigar company, $42i;
Midland Glass and Paint company, $ti21;
Fisher At Lawrie, 3360.
The other amount run from less than
$1 up to $200 and Include many Omaha firms.
the claims being for merchandise and
services of various ktnds and taxes.
The claim of the First National bank la
secured by mortgage on lots 1 and 3, block
10. in Bemla Park addition to the city or
Omaha, which I the home property of Mr.
Hanson, and on the 800 share of stock in
the Courtney At Co., establishment, owned
by the bankrupt, the Joint security being
valued at tss,00u.
It Over Bcrowitz
Contest for Deputy Assessor in the
Fifteenth District it Set
tled by Board,
On contest has been decided by the of
ficial board In giving the republican nom
ination for the office of deputy assessor
In the fifteenth district to W. H. Becker.
In the primary the return from this
district, which includes the third, fourth
and fifth rr"''"''" p' 'he Third ward, gave
Booker sixij u..a Lavld C. Berko-
wlts sixty-eight. Berkowits asked- for a
recount and loet by it.
A number of names was written oa the
ballots for ta deputy assessor nominations
and men nominated - without having filed.
They are expected to enter an acceptance
with the county clerk if they desire to be
put oa the ticket. They are democratic,
J. M. Buchanan. District nineteen; Nick
Riesken, Chicago; L. C. Wohlera, Douglas;
E. Erway. Platte Valley; and A. H. Camp
bell, Waterloo; republican, J. C. Bowley.
South Omaha, third ward; IX It. Kirachner,
Jefferson William Elcke, McArdle; and A.
H. Campbell, Waterloo. Campbell was nom
inated on both tickets.
GET THE COY
Start him to school with a new
pair of shoes, and be sure they are
STEEL SHOD SHOES
No other shoe will give you as
much satisfactory wear and
no other shoes will give the boy
as much satisfaction for comfort
That every pair ot Steel Shod
Shoes will out-wear any two
pairs of any other make of
Little Gents' sizes .
10V to 13 $2.00
1 to 2 .......$2.25
Boys' shoes, sizes
2i2 to 5V2 .$2.50
Drexel Shoe Co
1419 1 amain Street.
To Be the
Fi iest AC-
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reoor SSwH. A
tbtolute- 1 ' 'tOi
ly tht mod 4Ilclent fltvond
whljkry In th w-rld. It Is
one ol the iratl vtlutblt ftlra
nltflnf nediclnn tr beu
bol4 at: 11 ttrintkn the
lysttm, kill that tired taclls j
er nslsils, s bljlnj to wesx
women, a fukcoo lor cold
branchltU tnd uttrrh.
4 FULL QUARTS n 50
OLD HAYWARD A
EXPRESS PREPAID U
8 Q IT ARTS Sti.ftO
VERY FINE-0 PROOF J
y . wtb wt;
Wo will tond roa 1 Bottle Dell
cloniWino, Drinking EDCt
Glaie tnd Cork Screw .
with either el tho tbovo off en.
OUR GUARANTEE Yoo eta
ate ear (nil qatrt. tnd If not fu.
ly etleflod. retorn the tkreo re
malstag oturto ot oar oxpeoso
sod we'll rofond til your mooey.
Tko two Sett WhUkioe over
offered In America lor the price.
Sen! Order ul Remittance to
Self 0 Bioswanger
408 Idmsnd St.
ST. JOSEPH. MISSOUtI
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Quevlity Is Our Guide
of melaxl. liver derangement and kidney
trouble la easily cured by Eleotiie Bltur.
th guaranteed remedy. iOa. Bld by
Beaton Prog Co.
If UPDIKE?) E
il I I. ITU
r LEASES THE MOST CRITICAL
At all grocers
UPDIKH lOIXINO COMPA.KT. OMAHA.
, If The? Kail OiisHerly Style Book and any 16c II U 1
I ' Ladles' Home Journal Pattern 20 ifJF
SCHOOLS AND COIXJ:GES.
MI TQIP Domestic Science,
Bprlel Courses. Normal
Courses tor Teacuers. Full Courses leading to
The Best Instruction. Reasonable Rates.
Uealtblul end liolplul College HurrounaiUK.
Womas's Cofttgt, Bes 2 JecksenUle, DL
AD CLUB MEN GET, RESULTS
Convert European Uaaalartarer ta
Gospel of Omaha and He Will
Frederick W. Lyons, represemln-. a sou
venir ni.nufclurinK conoern tf Furih,
Germany, a in Louisville he: :lie ad
men' convention was In session .;r.d In
cidentally met the Omaha delegu.lou. He
was so Impressed with the resource of
Omaha a he heard them preached by the
Omaha Ad club men that he forthwith
determined this was the city for his com
pany to plant a branch bouse la. kk). Octo
ber 1 this will be done.
infjK Wit Last Tuesday Half Holiday
f e season tomoiTow'
j V VlUdV U a M. V VlUVil
Purchases made up to 12 o'clock deliv
ered same day as usual
A STARTLING HALF DAY SALE
Choice of any Wash Suit $
in stock up to $13.50.
Take your pick Tuesday
About one hundred white and colored repp two-piece "Wash
jCt 4v AC Suits, heavy enough for wear late in the fall.
ivGij tOur best styles as shown this season. Great
: variety of beautiful models. Here's a price
so low that not one should remain by store
closing at 1 o'clock.
Lots of $7.50, $10.00, $12.50 and $13.50 suits $2.95 buys
any one of them. -
Bennett's Big Grocery
. v . . n U . u V vii irn, .......
Bennett' Tea, aMnorted, pound
Bennett's Tea Siting:, pound
Bennett's C'halleng-e Coffee, pound
Cane and Maple Sugar, pound
Oalllard Olive Oil, bottle
Hartley' Jelly Marmalade, 25o Jar
Bennett' Capitol Wax Heane, 15c can .
Bayle' Horseradish Mustard, Jar
Bennett's Capitol Oats, 2-lb. pks;
Granulated Sugar double stamps on
Nutlet Peanut Butter, Jar
Diamond S Chill Sauce, bottle
Sterling Corn Starch, pound pkg
Snider' Tomatoes, large can
Earl New Cleanser, three cans
Ptellwerck'e Cocoa, H-lb. can
Strait' Pineapple Cube, large, can
Dutch Hand Soap, three for
Royal Tomatoes, two cans
30 o and
A 5o and
...... BOO and
. . , . . .S5o and
40 green stamps
60 green stamp
10 green stamp
10 green stamp
IB green etamps
16 green stamps
EVERY woman wants pretty feet And moil
' every woman can have them by wearing "Dorothy
Doddw Shoes. The new Styles are here in profusion.
The Bennett Comyany
nfrMrnrrs, . 5rDT!fTT7'J
' A ' t .! J 1 i
onaenui uispmya or n
V . I i . . t e l.fT'
Llberatis Band and
Grand Opera Singers.
Pain's Bailie Jn the Clouds
i with Airship
I AlhlelicMeel-Carnival -BascDall
OriC AN ON CM ALT BATLS HOUND TRIP OH ALL ITAIlOAl3
UX Vf it c JrL
. . . LINCOLN, M LB. Viyi.. , -
U. S. GOVERNMENT LAND
In the FAMOUS SNAKE RIVER VALLEY, IDAHO
EIGHTY THOUSAND ACRES
Choice agricultural land, under the Carey Act,
will be open to entry n settlement, In the
BIO LOST RIVER TRACT.
DRAWING AT ARCO, IDAHO
Tuesday, September 14, 1PCD.
You Must Register Between September 9th and 14th
It you do not take land after your number is
drawn it costs you nothing.
Title Acquired With Thirty Days' Residence
Water Ready for De-lirery, May 1010.
Homeseeken' rates on all railroads and special rates from all
For Illustrated booklet and all desired information,
call oa or address
C. B. Hurll, cion?"'o. Dept. Boise. Idaho
Bee Want Ads Boost Your Business
A FEW OF TUESDAY SPECIAL BARGAINS
THE RELIABLE STORE
We Fill Mail
Except in Case
of Hour Sales.
35c Embroideries Tuesday, Per Yard 15c
A Beautiful hew Line ef Extra Wide
Corset Cover nnd Flouncinar Embroideries, nil remilar and ner-
fect goods; values to 3.rc n yard without doubt the rf' pa
ehoicest lot of bargains ever offered in Omaha;
at our special Tuesday sale prio
Our Busy Cloak Department
3 Rouslnf Speolsls for Tuesday' Selling.
Dainty Wash Suits
$5.00 to 112.00 values,
about 300 of them to
select from. Splendid
variety of styles and
colors. In 3 lots
cholre, for $1.08.
$2.95 1 $3.05
$5 Silk Waists
styles, in black or
white; values up to
$5.00; all sizes; on
sale in main aisle,
front room, $1.95
Bonnet', and Hats
That sold up to $1.50
big assortment of
styles. ". BOO In the
lot, on sale to close,
High Grade Wool
Dress Goods Dept.
The largest, most complete
and up-to-date stock in Omaha.
No old or carried over goods.
$1.98 Prunellas $1.25
$1.98 Poplins $1.25
$1.50 Serges $1.00
$2.00 Serges Sl.25
Tailor Suitings Cheverons, Herring
bones, checks, stripes, broadcloths,
Lupin's cheviots, Priestley's plain
and fancies, etc., from $1.00 UP 10
: Our new Tailoring Department is
now open under the management of
L. Leiff, well known in Omaha.
We will make skirts, suits, coats and
cloaks to measure.
Our prioes will be very moderate.
Enquire at Wool Dress Goods Dept
Extra Specials for Tuesday in Our
Famous Domestic Room
rhe best 25c Unbleached Muslin In
the market; 9-4 that Is a full 81
inches Tuesday only 20 H
Edwards, the beet yard wide Bleached
Muslin on the market, at . ...7H
No. 1163, the best, the handsomest
and finest quality Blanket for $4.00,
on sale Tuesday only, (two pairs
No. 1176, the best $2.00 Blanket on.
the market, Tuesday .....$1.98i
It. A., th best Canton Flannel ever (
sold at 50 v
Our famous 1201 Shaker Flannel 5 1
Buckingham or Amoskeag, the fam
ous outing flannel. See it you can
match them ' 10
Our celebrated Orleans No. 1199, sold
everywhere for $4.00 pair, our price
for Friday only $2.70
12 ounae Grain Sacks ...elGH$
14 ounce Grain Sacks ...... . .18
16 ounce Grain Sacks 20tts
Ten other specials.
Hardware Bargains -
$5 Hard Steel Lawn Mower
$1.75 16 gallon Garbage Cans $1.25
si.bu i gauon uamage uans )t$c
$5.00 Bicycle Ball Bearing Wringer,
guaranteed for 3 years, only $3.30
$10 Typhoon Wash Machine ..$5.08
$5 Round American Washer . .$2.08
One quart Tomato Cans, per doz. 30
One quart Self Sealing Tomato Cans,
per dozen 40
$8.00 Guaranteed Ball Bearing Lawn
Mower for , , . . . .$3.08
15c canvas covered Garden Hose, per
25c Wilson Bread Toaster ..12?
26c Mrs. Vrooman's Sink Strainer,
Put Your Pears, Plums and Grabapples Up How.
A carload of extra Fancy Colorado Bartlett Pearju special for this sale, per
bushel box $2.75
PLUMS, PLUMS, PLUMS-lThe snap of the season. Four basket crates.
Fancy California Sugar Plums, per crate $1.00
CRABAPPtiES FOR JELLY Large market basket Fancy Whiting Crabaw-
plea, per basket 20
Monday's prices on Flour, Vegetables, Groceries, Butter, Cheese and
Crackers. . .
TRY HAYDEIl'S FIRST
For Quality and
Quantity of Light
Use Tungsten Lamps
The greatest advance in electric
lighting since the invention of the .
Ask us for prices and other in
formation. Omaha Electric Light and Power Co.
Y. MNC.A. Dldg. Tel. Doug 1062-Ind. A-1278
zpr In 'Imlteil (Irgrr rn'y. ttia mfnlflcnc ( th
ocnerr Id the Cenkolan Kocklea viewed enroute to tb
Stopover without extra ehr at th fimom reoortsi
Btalf I.ooU Jfield a lacier.
Tbla "Land of EncbDtmDt" is reached only kr tb
Canadian Pacific Railway
' Through train to Beet tie from St. Paul daily at 10:1 a. m. '
Lew Sscaxaloa Fare (rum all place 10 beatue and ail Fuse
Hound citiea and return.
AUaaa and return from Vancouver M. by Can. PaolCM '
ateanifa. Ticket for al ty aa-ent ef all railways,
head for literature and Information.
A. C. Shaw, General Agent,' Chicago.
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