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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, MARCH tr. 1010.
BRUSINCSORE ATM BOARD
Aggrieved Bccsnse Not Advised of El
as!er' Plan to Resign.
5 PEAKS OF THREE REPUBLICANS
a n-n:i3 ' v n n : r-tq' n m tt n n b b n m,
OMAHA'S GREAT SILK SALE CONTINUES i ln.ty ol
Fancy Silks new spring stock, values up tr $1.2j a yard;
at rts irw and rS'
Aakrd Who They Arr, Iff Failure and
Aimri firant, Tralnor and Plrk
ard, Marine They lay ame
Fr'd RninlnR ha cllcovfril that fie h-
been the only member of tin- Host 1 of
f.'nunty Ctimmlwlnmn w no not in-
fornird prior to public itl in of tho intcr
tlon of fl. I'rrd UI-aimit to h'!-Ikii the hh
prrlntend'tioy of t'.m count y hoi-ptitl.
Wherefore Uruulng f';el.i om.-wliat ag
grieved. "Wonder they w.ml l'Vt t ;11 a follow
hat' (tonf on," Kaid Ilnininc plalnth ely.
Mr. KIsaHRPT confided h. Intt-nilon to
null March SI. to Jeff W. Ibid ford. Hert
ford told I'ommlHSloti'.'r l'lckaid and tlK.se
two have been planning out trr; namin . f
the Biicrecjior of I IIhuim When the jiivpr
time came Klsatner wm to B-na In H.-i
reslKnatlon and then l-inininr was to be
taken into th Inner council enc. told whom
to vote tor.
All this has mnde Pruning peevish and
his pliie I heighten! d by tho discovery
that ConimUflonrra Tralnor and Urant, the
republican members of the board, had
al.o learned of the Intended resignation
though not from the two democrats or
After this Information came to him. limn
ing begun to tulk to the crfect that, "maybe
tho three republlcatiB on the board will
fcot together and name Klaasser'a succea
"Who," demanded a chorus of questions,
"are the three republicans?"
"Well," said Hrunlntf, "there Is Tralnor
and Grant und "
The. speaker'! nerve failed him "and
I'U-kaid," he added trying to smlU'.
Getting No Dot,
Leaves His Bride
Brought Into Court on Indictment,
Lucian Stands on a Plea of
Only one day did the married life of
Lucian and Mary Mllcto last, according to
the tale the nirl's relatives te'l. Tho party
had been to church, tho wedding break
fast devoured, the gifts examined, the bride
klHBed by her father and mother and per
chance a few others, when Mlleto sought
audience with his father-in-law.
lie wanted the girl' dot.
"This Is America," said the father-in-law,
according to report. "In this country
u man supports his wife, you know."
Lucian Mlleto cleared out, und Mrs.
Mlleto appeared before the grand Jury,
charging him VI I h wife abandonment. The
grand Jury found a true bill and Mlleto
appeared In district court Monday to plead
to the Indictment County Attorney Eng
lish read the charge and Judge Eatelle ad
dressed the prisoner, "What do you
"I no understand," replied Mlleto.
"I shall enter a plea of not guilty," said
the court. Judgo Estelle wrote the entry
In the docket and looking up saw Mileto
still standing before the bar In respectful
"(Jo sit down," ordered the court.
Mlleto hastened to a chair.
"He understands that, anyhow," com
mented the court.
DIVORCE OF PACIFIC ROADS
WILL NOT HAPPEN J00N
General Solicitor I.ooniU of In Ion Pa
cific Explains Present Status
of Merger Snlt.
Many months are destined to elapse be
fore a decision will be announced In the
governmen't suit to divorce the Union Pa
clflo and Southern Pacific Interests.
Nelson 11. Loom Is, gvneral solicitor for
the Union Pacific, who has returned to
Omaha after near four months spent In
the east on the merger hearing, will go
back to New York tho latter part of April
to continue the fight.
"The hearing adjourned until April 28,"
said Mr. Loom Is. "We were given until
April 1, however, to complete testimony.
Itefore the case can bo left for rieelnlon
testimony will have to be tnken In rebuttal
and abstracts of evidence have yet to be
submitted. The case probably wlll not
reach this stage until late In June. Argu
ments In the case probably will be heard In
fct. Paul Instead of In New York."
C. B. Feger. general' auditor of the Har
riman lines, will accompany Mr. Loomls
east to appear In the continuation of the
'LETTER CARRIER FINDS DRAFT '
AND PURSE IN MAIL BOX
R. W. Freeman Recovers Stolen
Treasures and Tarns Them In
H. W. Freeman, a letter carrier of the
Farnam street route, rerovered a draft
of three figures from the letter box at
Nineteenth and Karnam streets that was
drawn In favor of C. E. Walker. Tho draft
Is from a Madison bank, payable to
Kountxe Bros., of New York.
The draft had evidently been filched from
the pocket of Walker with his wallet, but
only the draft was returned through tho
letter box route.
The same evening Le'tter Carrier Freeman
recovered a pocket book from the mall
box at Sixteenth and Fa mum streets, be
longing, evidently, to May Mtnor. A num
ber of receipts for money orders and a
registered letter receipt was In tho purse.
Both draft and purse are now lu the
possession of Postmaster Thomas and may
be obtained by the owners upon adequate
RATES FOR THE SAENGERFEST
netter Than One and One-Half Fare
Mar Be tiraatrd by the
Val reters. who was a member of the
committee which visited Chicago last week
to artango for rates to the Raengerrest
to be held in Omaha this summer, has re
turned and makes the announcement that
the railroads have promised a rate of one
and one-half fare for the round trip on the
certificate plan. An effort Is now being
made to secure a better rate. Mr. Peters
said the railroads were surplsrd at the ex
tensive peparutlons being mad.', and, when
the committee showed the gu'irantae
Omaha is making und the probable attend
ance, the railroads promised further cpn
A Presentation of the Correct Styles
for 1910 in Women's Ready-to-Wear
Apparel, Millinery, Fabrics and Acces
sories to the Fashionable Costume
Entire Week of March Fourteenth
Xo Special Invitations Have Been Issued.
We Will Consider Your Presence an Honor.
A Horrible Heath
renults from decaying lungs. Oure Coughs
and Weak. Sore Lungs wlih Dr. King's
New discovery. 60c and ll.tOi Ftir sal by
Ueaton Drug Co
Tuesday Special Bargain Day
At BRANDEIS STORES
Every Tuesday our bargain offers are 'remarkable.
These specials will mean a big saving of money for you.
50c Novolty Trimming Laces at 25c Yard
Fine crochet, Venise and oriental laces, bands, insertions,
galloons, medallions, etc. white, cream and
ecru; also black silk chantilly leaves many P M
worth 50c a yard, at
18 . 27-inch Wide Embroidered Flouncings
Skirtings, corset covers, wide bands and galloons all this
season's newest designs many worth up to 73c a yard
two big bargain squares, , J
at, per yard ZjC a 11(1 JVC
Women's and Misses Cravenette Coats at 98c in Dasem't
A great special bargain lot of cravenette coats, offered in
our new basement cloak department as an extra Ofi
special Tuesday worth as high as $5.00 each, at. . ,OC
Misses' $6.50 Wash Dresses at $2.50 in Basement.
In colors and white, jumpers, etc. in ginghams, lawns, cam
brics and lingerie worth up to $6.50 in our J PA
newly enlarged basement cloak department, each. MiJv
LONG CLOTH-NAINSOOK-MUSLINS at 5c Yard
Finest long cloth, mercerized nainsook, soft finished muslin
and the best cambrics, including lonsdale all desirable,
lengths from the best mills in the country jfj
values up to 15c Tuesday at, a yard fC
12ic New Ginghams at Sic Yd.
You have never seen so many new ginghams. We have
just received ten cases that are all new patterns for spring
and summer wear.
Waist and dress lengths, regularly sold at 120 Ql
a yard on big bargain square, at, a yard O 2C
Mercerized Poplins at 121c Yd.
Repps and rough weave poplins all the leading shades,
worth up to 35c a yard on bargain square 101 a
.at, a yard lu 2t
IN SILKS and DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Popular Foulards Scroll, cameo and geometrical j"J C
effects regular price is 85c a yard, at, yard. . . . . .jOC
27-inch Kosco Silks in five new patterns worth f
55c a yard, at, yard ...... JC
$1.50 all wool Imported Tartan Suitings, 5 inches rn g
wide Dress Goods Dept. at, yard vpl
ST. PATRICK'S DAY NOVELTIES
In Sweetland Brtndela East A read
Silk Shamrocks, six for. .5c
Potato Candy Boxes... 10c
Cigars with Shamrocks in
sidetwo for .5c
Green Pigs (candy box) . ,5c
Hat Candy Boxes ,5c
Small Pipes with pin to wear,
Green Snakes; they wriggle,
Irish Flags of silk, 2 for. .5c
WALL PAPER SALE
Why pay high prices for wall paper? Do you know that we can
" j i urn (i wi fo uu cam ruum : db our large assortment
T ' I . I J a . . . . -
Kitchen and bed. room,, papers
all good colors regular 9
price 6c to 8c, roll, at JC
100 patterns of new 1910 goods
with 9 to 18-inch borders to
match beautiful designs and
colorings regular price 12 He
to 15c Tuesday only,
Finest lot of bed room nanera n
Omaha with new crown borders
and cut outs, others ask 16c, to
18c a roll,. Tuesday spe- 71
clal. per roll 2 C
Two-tone papers, in the new styles
25 patterns, on sale Tuesday,
at a special price.
per roll .IOC
rilirilpY find nntmAfll Pnnra -in all hA.iiHful nnln.. a-i
. . - f uouui.iui iuiuii buu UVIIgQI
others ask 60c a roll for the same grade -Tuesday, special, roll .27c
-THIRD FIjOOn BRANDEIS STORES.
WALL PAPER DEPT.-
Announce for this
entire week a
and sale of
La Vida Corsets
Mrs. Marion of New York City is the
' special demonstrator in attendance.
ALL CORSETS WILL BE FITTED
Mrs. Marion's valuable advice and
suggestions are at your service.
1 i4ffly 1 .A'
he now Spring Style Hook at the
ter. Hook and any Pattern, only
20 m. J?
Displays All This Week
Introducing in an informal way the accepted styles in
women's wear. Whether buying or "just looking" you're
welcome. The special displays are made for your edifica
tion and pleasure. May we not have the honor of your pres
ence this week.
NOW for the EASTER SUIT
Opening week naturally shows the stocks at their best.
No matter what amount you care to spend up to $45.00 for
your suit Bennett's surely is the place to get it. Here you
see originality in design and exclusive practical styles at
Look your best on Easter morn and save
at least $5.00 to $10.00 on your suit.
$15.00, $19.50, $25.00
$29.50 and $45.00
The high quality shown in "Wooltex"
garments la in harmony with otir store
policy. Nothing that does not reach our
high standard of quality can find a place
In our stock. The quiet "Wooltex" stylo
depends upon excellence of material and
fine workmanship for its air of quality.
"Wooltex" garments are rich and refined
and can be worn with the highest degree
of satisfaction in any society.
Opening Week's Great Silk SellingEvent
So good is this silk offering we repeat it for today. Two hundred
pieces of new spring eilks, as advertised Sunday, are in this sale at
half real, worth. .
Faille and Bengallne Silks, Shepherd Plaid Silks, rv g.
Loulsine Silk Walming, Fancy Dress Silks UPZS-Uf
worth 75c and $1.0O yard are SJt S t
Just, two lots and two prices. No prettier or more desirable silks
are Shown this spring for one-piece dresses. Not remnants or odds and
ends, but silks fresh from a prominent maker in original mill pieces
all at half.
THE REUADLS STORE
Bargain Day in Suit Dept.
Several Most Delightful Special Offerings
$20.00 Tailor Suits $12.50
Over 150 of them, serges,
diagonals and fancy suit
ings; matchless bargains
at sale price S12.50
Stylish Lingerie Waists Sp
$7.50 Lingerie Dresses $2.95
Scores of dainty one-piece
designs, all colors, lace and
insertion trimmed; values!
to $7.50, at 92.95
endid assortment, well wortli
$-00, at J 95
Long Silk Kimonos lVau
tiful patterns, regular
$5.00 and $6.00 values; at,
Garments that sell regu
larly at $'J.50 all sizes
for Easter Styles
FIRST IN QUALITY FIRST IN STYLE
ASK FOR BUTTERICK FASHION BOOK
CONTAINING COUPON FOR FREE PATTERN
April Dollnoalor on SaEo
Bed Spread Sale
IX OI K FAMOl'S. DOMESTIC
O. B. S. 635, Made in England,
large flno $3 values.. 81.96
No. 660-1711. $2.60 Ued Spread,
very fine, at $1.86
H. M. S. 6C2, very large, very
fine, genuine English Marseilles
worth $7.60, on sale
600 Figured Table Cloths, size
8x10 and 8x12, worth $2.00
300 Hemstitched Table Cloths
8-4x10-4, regular price $2.60,
100 dozen Napkins, worth from
$1.00 to $3.00 dozen, in half
dozen lots at $1.25, 76c, 39c
for each half dozen.
39c French Shirtings .... 10
18c Ginghams 12tt
12 ViC Ginghams IVtt
C other specials In dresis goods
called on the floor.
Big Time Sale Events
its orn iMiwoi'N ikdmkstic
From 8:30 to 0:00 a. ni.
Clover bleached Muslin, 36-Inch
fine, regular price 11c, 10 yards
limit, at, yard 6?i
From 0:80 to 10:00 a. m.
81x90 Seamless Sheets, regular
price 85c, 6 sheets limit, each.
From 10:BO to 11:00 n. in.
32-inch Scotch Ginghams, regular
price 18c, guaranteed strictly
fast colors, 10 yards limit, at,
From 1:00 to 1:30 p. in.
Standard 72x90 flno Sheets
regular price 75c' , 5 sheets
limit, each 3S
From 2.00 to 2:30 p. m.
12V4c Batiste, good colors, 10
yards limit, at, yard.. 36
From 4:00 to 4:150 p. m.
Domino Check Ginghams, worth
7c aud 10c, 10 yards limit, at,
Big Sale of Silk Dressss Wednesday
Biimmmmmymmmwmmmmfwmmxm m a-n a m mmimml
round trip tickets at reduced rates
to the Dakotas, the Black Hills,
Wyoming, and other points West
and Northwest, ara on sale via
The North Western Line
on the first and third Tuesday of each
month. The opportunities provided for
stop-overs to examine lands and the return,
limits are all very conveniently arranged.
Colonists tickets on sale daily March 1
to April 15, and Settlers' tickets are also
on sale every Tuesday March 1 to April 12
inclusive, to a large number of points
including the Canadian Provinces.
Excellent train - service and direct routes.
For rates," tickets and full infor
mation apply to
1401-1403 Farnam Strtet
Family Liquor Bepf. Specials Tuesday
California Champagne Very fine quality, at. . A
California Sparkling Burgundy, at v 8 n .
Pure Grape Wine Home made, red or white, at. . " CU3ll
READ THIS FOR TUESDAY
19 lbs. brat pure cane Granulated
48 11. narks best High Patent Flour
8 burn Diamond "C" or Heat 'Km
All Soap 25c
8 IbH. bent Rolled Hreukfast Out
lbs. hand picked Navy Beans 25c
6 lbB. choice .lapHn ltlce 2 60
6 lbs. best Pearl Tapioca, Bago.
Hurley or Farina 25c
The best Domestic Macaroni, pkif.
Tall Cans Alawka Salmon 10c
Oil or Mustard Sardlnus, per can,
Dromanselon, Jellycon or Jell-O, at,
2 lb. cans fancy Sweet Sugar Corn
2 lb. cans fancy Wax, BtrlnK. Green
or Lima Means 7 Vic
Fancy Dairy Koll Butter, per lb.,
Fancy Country Creamery, per lb.,
Fancy No. 1 Country Creamery But
ler, per lb 30c
Head tbs Frash Vegetable and
Orange Ad for Tuesday
Beets, carrots, turnips and Shalloti.
Fresh Spinach, per peck 20.
Fresh Tomatoes, per lb 12 's''
Fresh Cauliflower, per lb... 10.:
Jonathan Apples, per peck . . . . 4 Or.
2 heads fresh Ieaf Lettuce 1 . . . 5c
2 bunclie- fresh Radishes 5
Fresh Cabbage, per lb 2'.i"'
RutnbiiKorK, per lb :v
Red Onions, per lb, 212C
Cranberries, per quart 7'sic
Anything you want In the vcRrtn
ble. we have It at a saving of 50
HlffUland Havel Orange Bale
ReKUlar 20c slice, riizen 15c
Regular 25c sl.e, dor.en 17 Vic
Regular 30c slr-e, dozen 200
Regular 40c slfce, dozen
Regular 50c size, dozen 30c
Orange Spoon, guaranteed for 10
years, each , SHo
We owe you 6 He on every spoon.
TRY HAYOEN'S FIRST
Artesian Water Free
The present agitation regard
ing the city's drinking water,
prompts me to inform the pub
lic that the Pure Artesau Water
is freo to all who care to use It
In their homes.
Daily Bee (without Sunday) $4.00 1 Omr Vvot
vua a a iw
Review of Reviews 3.00
Regular price for both one year. .$7.00 J 5.20
Daily Bee (without Sunday) $4.00 1
McClure'i Magazine 1.50
Woman's Home Companion 1.50
Review of Reviews 3.00
UFDIKE'S FUIDB OT OMAHA. IIOVB,
For lightness and sweetness In pnstry
There Is no flour to compare with Up
Your house will be spotted and your
trlends all know
That your pantry Hbounds In bread white
Just order one sack and you will know
by the teBt
That the name on the sack stands for
purest and bet.
MKri. C. H. VAN ATST INF.
1410 North 24th St., South Oinulia.
Regular price for all one year. . .$10.00
THE OMAHA DEE. Omaha. Neb.
Are letting to be more and more the proper thing .
ine.se uuvi. rimeininf iruin our stock would also be
proper. Spend a few minutes with us. Look for the
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
1510 Duuglua Street.
B'way. 32d and 33d Sts.
NEW YORK CITY I
IN THE HEART OP THINGS
HIGH CLASS FIREPROOF HOTEL
Handsomely furnished, all ouUlrie
rooms, with every modern aDDolotinent.
ooe block from New I'enn Depot, near all
leading department stores and tlieutrei.
ROOMS WITH PRIVILEGE OF BATH,
$1.50 per Day and Up.
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATH,
$2.50 per Day and Up.
The highest class of accora
s moduticaa at moderate rates.
The now addition will be completed
on September Int. giving hotel ca
pacity ot uuO room and 400 baths.
Walter ChaurtdUr, Jr.. Manager
The Misses' Shoes
WITH -.. ..
The Mothers' Styles
TIiIb year, raoro than evor,
1b niibSPH' footwear like that
of tho mothers . all tho
daintlneHH In last, stylo, lea
ther and color.
We have made a special effort
to have In misses' shoes a cor
rect style and at tho sauio
time provide comfort.
No nails to hurt the foot
a correct fit in length and
width, which means so much
to the growing foot. Welt
soles, button and lace.
2 t0 $3.00
11 t( 2 $2.30
8 t0 U $2.00
A quality so ht(li nud a
price so low that you can't af
ford to make your purchabo
anywhere but nt
Drexel Shoe Co.
OMAHA SELLING AUICXTS
1419 Farnam St.
Taft's Dsntal Rooms
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