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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1910)
flTR BEE: OMAHA". TUESDAY, APIUT; 12, 1010.
We place on
sale all Yard
our Great Dra
Such Big Bar
gains as These
Would Be Im
possible in any
Other S t o re
(Greatest Sale oS Drapery Yard Goods
and Madras Curtains Ever Held in America
GIGANTIC PURCHASE OF ENTIRE STOCK ON HAND OF A PHILA
DELPHIA MILL AT JUST A FRACTION OF ITS VALUE
It is j'nst such extraordinary bargains as these that makes Brandeis fame world wide.
Thousands will attend this sale,. but we devote' nearly our entire basement to it and there
will be plenty of clerks to wait on you. These are the newest spring patterns and they will
cost you less in Omaha Tuesday than they cost the Philadelphia mills to make them.
Such Grand Bargains as These Yere Never Offered Before
THOUSANDS HAVE MARVELED AT THE WINDOW DISPLAYS.
All the NoYclty Net, Filet Net and Bungalow Net
Made to sell up to
in Arab, Ivory and "White up to 50 inches wide
$1.25 a yard, will go at, yard
Mostly in Arabian color
all in full bdlts-
to' 75c yd.,
at, yd. . . . .
all the Madras Curtains
and crete curtains, made in colors, jn
the wonderful stained glass effects
A rare bargain,
worth $3.50 to $7.50
a pair as long
as they last, each
As many as five of a kind
rich, light and dark colors
for doors, bath rooms,
square windows, etc.. worth
up to $1.50 a yard two
lots at, each
5c and 15c
All the 50-inch
Cream Drapery Madras
'All in' full' bolts and actually
worth up to 50c a yard
All at, per Q
All the Plain Scrim, Snow
Flake Scrim, Etamine and
Thousands of yards not a
.worth less; than 15c yard
and many up to 39c yard
all at, yard'. ...........
All the Art Ticking, Cre
tonne, Sateen and Taffeta.
And other drapery, goods
. worth up to 35c f A
yd., at, yd IUC
All the Yard Wide Drapery Swiss
In full pieces, not remnants; usually sells at
15c a yard; entire lot as long as it C
lasts, per, yard JC
All the Trimming Laces.
Up to 4 inches in full bolts; will be sold as
long as it lasts, per yard, T
TucsdayThe Bargains Will Be Bier Th ehi Ever
Our Great Lace Curtain Sale
B K'B D B I sa
tif III I B I II
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Children's Flay Suit, Indian Suits anil Romp. I
ers Now On Sale. J
The Season's Best Showing
Vomen's Coats and Jackets
Entire lines have been replenished with new styles
many striking and novel effects that have won the ad
miration of all who have seen them.
New Pongee Coats $12.00, $15.00, $19.50
New Tussah Silk Coats $19.50
New Cloth of Gold Coats $19.50 and $25.00
New Black and White Checked Long Coats $19.50
New Jackets, plain and fancy cloths. $5, $6.95, $7.95, $10, $12
New Black Serge Jackets $7.50, $8.95, $10 $12
Play Suits, Rompers, Indian Suits
Avoid the annoyances and anxieties of children soiling
their better clothes by dressing them in these sensible play
clothes. They are well made, comfortable and so easily
laundered. ' '
ROMPERS AND PLAY SLITS Like cut, in variety of
v styles, color," patterns and materials in ginghams,
' denims, chambrays 1 to 10 year sizes
at 35c 40c 50c
INDIAN HU1TS Of tan denim, trimmed in red, com
plete with .war bonnet, for SI. OO
CHILDREN'S CAPS Sklddo Caps for boys, in flannel,
casslracre. serge and leather; red, gray, blue, tan,
etc., 50c and 75c kinds 25c
50 dozen on sale, excellent quality
and good size, red borders, worth
I2hic, at 7H
Full size, hemmed ends,' Mar
seilles pattern. look and wear
well, usually $1,39, at 98c
THE RELIABLE STORE
You Mo nry
Tuesday is Bargain Day
In Our Busy Silk Department
200 Silk and Moire Rubberized
Coats $15.00 values all new
styles, on sale at $0.95
New Spring Jackets Worth
$7.00 colors and black, all
sizes, at $3.95
House Dresses Worth $1.50
good percales, all sizes, all col
ors, choice 89c
Long Silk Kimonas Beautiful
patterns, regular $7.50 values,
all sizes, on sale, choice $3.95
230 Handsome New Crown Jewel
Suits Surpassing in every re
spect any shown elsewhere at
the price, the queen of all tailor
suits, at 49c
Ladies' Gingham Underskirts Regular $1.00 values, at ... .49c
Time Sales in tho
From H..10 to O A. M. Clover, best 30
inch muslin, bleached, made for 8H
10 yards limit, at, yard . . . .4Hc
From JO to 10: SO Gem or Waco
Sheets a good value for 50c, size
81x90 slz sheets limit each 20c
From a to 8:30 F. M No. Kr7 40-lncli
lawns reKulnr price 10c 10 yards limit
nt, per vanl : i Bo
Prom 9:30 to 3 F. M. I'rldi. of the Farm
Muslin bet Sfi-ln.'h bleached muslin
made' for 10c 10 yards limit, at, per
yard ' So
From 3:30 to 4 F. M.Ionilno nine Apron
fhecks regular price 7c 10 yards limit
nt. per yard 4vo
Other ppcclala for all day.
Silk Diagonals, 28 inches wide. vf.nt
colors regular price 50c, on alo
Genuine Abberfoyle Ginghams, 33
inches wide absolutely fast colors
regular price 25c, Tuesday only 12c
Tolle Du Nord, A. F. C. and Red Seal
Ginghams regular price 12e--on
sale Tuesday at T'C
HIGH ;UAIK WOO I j tiOODS UK IT.
54-Inch Shepherd Check Suiting reg
ular price $1 on sale Tuesday at,
per yard 49c
; Pillow Cases
Made of standard muslin, hem
, ..stitched and well finished, 4 2 or
45-lncta, worth 22c 14c
36-Inch, firm and desirable, suit
' able for sheets and cases, it's our
'. 1 0c grade, f or Q )i c
The crowds Monday were enormous, but the stock was
varieties. New lots brought forward for Tuesday.
Lace Curtains- C198
Worth o? to $15 pair, at V0-Qf4- pi.
Imported Duehesse, Point Milan, Tam
bour, Scrim, Irish Point and Cluny Curtains
so large that we have ample
Lace Curtains M98 tfQS
Worth op to $6 pair, at- Ql-'QL- Dr.
Fine scrim, eluny novelty net, Brussels, cable
net, nottingham and Irish point curtains.
$2.50 Lace Curtains at 49c each
$5.00 Lacs Curtains at 98c each
Hanging from one to five pair of
one kind of curtains that would
be a bargain up to f 5 a g
pair in white, Ivory and (J Iff
Arab all in pairs Uw
$3.00 Lace Curtains at 69c each
Curtains made to sell up to $3.00
a pair. There are hundreds of
pairs and a great many j g
very fine single curtains, fiUc
at. each v7t
All tbe full. size lace curtains
worth up to $1.60 a pair,
An traveler's samples lace curtains
up to 2 yards long, at,
each . . . iOC
Made to sell up to $2.50 a
pair;' hundreds of all kinds
in this lot; all
go at, each
All the lace curtains one to three
pair of a kind worth up
to $2 a pair, each
Brandeis Stores, maha
Faultless Fitting Footwear
Until . you try a '
will never realize
how much genuine
comfort can be had
in a fashionable shoe.
"Dorothy Dodd" Shoes attract women by
their elegance, but they hold their enormus
following by the magic j property of comfort
In "Dorothy Dodd" Shoes your feet assume a
natural, normal position, and the support of.
your body is properly distributed.
10th Annual Shrubbery Sale Begins Tuesday
Stock of the RINGLER ROSE CO., CHICAGO
Choice, Large Bushes, All in Splendid Condition
Hose Bushes American Beauty
12)ac and 10
Crimson Ramblers 25
Clemati3 Purple and yellpw.25
. Virginia Creepers 1 5
nnot. w of shrubs ever shown In Omaha
, they last. Come early.
Lilacs Purple and white .... 15
Virginia Creapers 15
California Telot J
Hedge, at 1Q
Snow Ball Bushes.
All you want while
Extra Special for Tuesday in Groceries
! All Sunday's prices advertised for Monday in Groceries, But
ter, phee.se, Crackers, Eggs, Fresh Vegetables and Fruits, will be
continued Tuesday. .
Hayden's save you from $3 to $10 a month on your grocery bill.
oorinr rnv fiAV&iErn'e xineT it
imi muuLu u i any i
ENFORCES SANITATION RULES
General Inspector Says Expectoration
. Causes Unwholesome Conditions.
MAJOR HAVERSTICK TELLS LAW
. - -
Would Stop reople Iron Spitting
, side Government Bntldln or
if on the sidewalks on the
Major W. HavenitlcK of 'WMhlngton, D.
O.. aeneral Inspector of supplies for the
Trnaurv department, la In Omaha on hl
annual vlult of Inspection of the bis fed
era! bulkllnr. "One cf the important fca
. tures of my present visit la to look Into
the sanitary ' condition of tha building
'said he, '"and to see that these sanitary
conditions are maintained. I am free to
admit that the general conditions about
the building are creditable to the custodian,
Colonel Barrows, but I have not failed to
, observe that the sanitary conditions on the
Mdewalks about the building are bad. This
. the custodian of the building Is not re-
Htvmnihlii for. The sidewalk seems to be
hrsnattered with stains of tobacco and
other disease generating sputa, to an ex
(nt that does not ealst In many other
' .-itlpa that I have recently visited. I un
'. di-rsland that Omaha has an ordinance that
prohibits expectoration on tha sidewalks,
i'but mv observation has been, alnce In the
jCity, that tha ordinance Is not very closely
- enforced. Of course we have nothing to
!to with the municipalities, but only with
'the public buildings owned and maintained
J by the government.
.' "Hut the efforts of the government to
''maintain wholesome sanitation will be
' futile without the co-operation of the muni
- "The government will insist upon the ob
iance of sanitary laws in the public
' hulldings and about them. Gentlemen will
4' ?'.op to the curb to expectorate into the
urcft, and others must be taught to do so
. rr take the consequences.
"The United States marshal is empowered
to arrest anyone who deliberately expec
torates on the floor of a government bulld
' ing or who defacea the walla, radlatora.
closets er other appurtenances of govern
. tnent buildings by striking matches on
them or commits any other manner of da
"We rely Inrgely upon the press to as
sist . us In educating the public against
1 euch practices, and tha Intention of the
government cannot ba made too strong In
the enforcement of these sanitary regula
tions. AV hope to have tha hearty co
operation on the part of the city and the
publlo generally In enforcing these sani
tary precautions. They are for the in
terest of the general health. The public
buildings are the property of all the peo
ple, and all the people should be Interested
In their healthful and decent maintenance."
Has Six Sites in Sight for New Home
of the Commercial
The committee that was appointed by the
Commercial club to find a new location for
the organization has six propositions under
consideration, but will not know for some
time which one will be chosen. The com
mittee favors the Idea of locating the home
of Omaha boosters In the new City Na
tional Bank building, but has "other propo
sitions that are alao attractive.
W. M. Burgess, chairman of the com
mittee, said: "We have several locations In
mind and it will be sometime before the
matter Is settled. The committee likes the
idea of locating in the pew City National
Bank building, but there are other attrac
tive offers. All tha location which have
been suggested will be carefully considered
before a choice Is made."
Report in Several
rine Expert is
School Boy is
Struck by Car
Lad of Six Years Runs Into Pathway
of Speeding Trolley and Re
ceives Skull Fracture.
While a score of small companions looked
on. horror stricken. Paul Sack, years old,
wf run down and severely Injured by a
North Twenty-fourth street car in front of
the Leavenworth street school house 'at
Seventeenth and Leavenworth streets Mon
day morning. The boy's Injuries consisted
of a fracture of the skull above the left
temple and a number of bruises. He was
taken to the St. Joseph hospital, after at
tendance by Dr. Bishop, an ambulance phy
slclan. The children had Just been dismissed
rrom school for recess, and Miss Frances
aicuavock, a teacher, was In charge of
them when the accident occurred. Mius
McGavock, holding her pupils In lino on
the aldewalk as tha Car approached, had
hold of the Sack boy's hand. hi,i,ii,
Jerking himself free, the lad ran out to
cross the street. He was struck by the
car fender and thrown heavily to the pave
ment. The lad's home Is at J715 Pacific
Invitations will soon be received. We would like to
sell you the wedding gifts and the wedding rings. We
have a very nice stock to show you. Spend a few
minutes In our store. Look for the name.
S W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
1510 Douglas Street.
Health Commissioner Connell has re
ceived but on report of a typhoid fever
case In seveial daya. He la Inclined to be
lieve this Indlcatea the city water is no
longer dangerous, but will not yet recall
hla warning to boll the water.
Lr. I.umsden la still busy on his house
to house canvass of typhoid fever case
reported In the last sixty days.
A Pleasant lirsrlit
follows the first dose of lr. King's New
Life Pills, the palnlesa regulators that
strengthen you. guaranteed. Sic. For oale
by Beatoo Prug Co.
(From London Mall.)
"In my twenty year experience 'in
treating the skin on the face; neck and
arms, I have used the moat simple treat
ment. There are probably no society
women In the world as particular about
their complexions as the English women.
They cannot bear to have a blemish of
any sort, or any atray lialra upon their
"The following solution, made by dis
solving an original package of Mayatone
In eight ounces ot witch haxel. makes
a wonderful treatment for the skin, and
Is the only thing 1 have ever ued. This
will not harm even a baby's skin, and re
moves all aorts of blemWhei; also pre
vents the growth of hair.
"Massage the face, trim and neck
twice a day with tha solution. This will
give you a soft, velvety complexion, and
If tha treatment Is persisted In for a few
months, will remove any atray hairs. You
will find the use of powder unnecessary,
as It removes all shine from the face,
and the best of It Is that It dues not show.
(Adv.) CLARlBliL MONTAGUE. '
We are all trying to save that
dollar. The Gate City Furniture
company Is having a ten-day gale
of high grade furniture and car
pets. An investigation of their
stock and prices will convince you
that you can save, not only that
100 centB, but those dollars.
We are located out of the high
rent district and ur prices are
governed accordingly. Do not jail
to take advantage of the sale.
Gate City Furniture Co.
613-015 North 16th Street.
Daily and Sundaj Bee $6.00 " Qjjj. ppffp
Woman's Home Companion ......... 1.50 ONLY
Regular price for both one year . . $7.50 , 5 0
Daily Bwe (without Sunday) ...... I . .$4.00 "j yj pp jgg
McClur' Magazine 1.50 I ONLY
Eegular price for both one year. .$5.50 j
Daily and Sunday Bee' $6.00 '
McClure's Magazine 1.50
Regular price for both' one year. .$7.50 ,
THE OMAHA DEE
Artesian Water Free
Tbe present agitation regard
ing the city's drinking water,
prompts tee to Inform the pub
lic that the Ture Artesao Water
f HOTEL ROME
Is free to all who care to use it
lu their homes.
ROME MILI.Kli. .
You are judged by the paper
you read. Bee readers hate no
cause to apologize for a lack of
self respect or Intelligence.
For style and quality of ox
fords the young man Is always
a criterion. None of the details,
Bitch as width ot toe- shape of
last height of heel or general
appearance ever escape his criti
cal eye. On all these points he
is well posted. The distinctive
styles and snappy appearance
appeals to him.
We cater to the critical taste
of thse young men and know
their every wants when it comes
to the oxford question.
We carry a complete line of
young men's oxfords, in all the
styles and leathers to be found
at prices to fit their pockctbook.
$3.50 to $4.00
You are always welcome to
look at our shoes and oxfords
for young men.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St
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Our facilities for storing house
hold goods are the finest. We
liave our own special method. We
know how. Every modern Btorago i
accommodation for private or mer- '
804-812 8. 10th St.
PhoneH, Doug. 1759; Ind., A-1335.
Tafl's Denial Rooms
Iff your liver
is out off order
or you suffer from any other such ailment, the Omaha Ad
Club can't do very much for you.
But if you are afflicted with cold feet, weak heart, &our
face, poor circulation, pocket paralysis, defective eyesight
or hearing (when a boosting proposition is up for consid
eration) just join with us and we will do you good.
One injection ofAd Club (Jinger is guaranteed to give
instant relief, while continued use will effect a permanent
cure in' the most obstinate cases.
Just fill out the symptom blank below and send it to
"Doc" Oering, with your check for $3.00 as an evidence of
your good faith. We'll do most of the rest.
You'll begin to feel
better immediately after
using this coupon as directed.
Chairman Membership Committee,
Omaha Ad Club.
Herewith la my check fur $i 0U In pay.
mriit fur initiation fee (12.00) anil
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