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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 16, 1910)
TTIIv PHE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, APRIL 10. 1910.
'A i rwriri n l.oniifv ltun k
15 us lies, will bloom
within two fflrt
weeks, e.'ich I LI C
M $1.00 a dozen.
r ?i fin Hi p n ?
J! American Heavily IJoso
Rushes, 3 years old and
full of buds, tfln
nt, each. ...... . Iww
$1.00 a dozen.
Hundreds of Exquisite Original
New York Model Hats Actually
Worth Up to $40 and $50 at
Stunning New York Oats at Less Than Cost o! Import
The most beautiful assemblage of hats ever placed on special sale. All arc
genuine pattern bats, the very newest and most bewitching effects for
late spring and early summer wear. Some are trimmed with beautiful
ostrich plumes and aigrettes, others with exquisite
flower trimmings. Leghorns and natural color straws,
tuscons, whites, blacks, etc. mostly in those stunning
. largo graceful shapes actualy worth up to $50 each,
SpecialMisses and Children's Oats Worth $3, at $1.50
These are school hats and semi-dress spring hats, as well the new Java &N
Milan hats, trimmed in prettiest juvenile effects worth $4 PA
up to $3, at D19U
Brandeis Moderate Priced Millinery Every Brandeis hat is strictly cor
rect in style, no matter how moderate the price may be A. A
here are new styles, at .'. tpJvU
Women's: Low -Slices
,We present the styles that are strictty new
and correct in every feature. Every shoe is a
practical, comfortable style and the qualities are
New Patent Colt Pumpi, Welt 8ewed
New Oun Metal Pumiw.
New 2 and S Eyelet. We
New Oun Metal Oxford!
Now Vlcl Kid Low Oxfords
Women's $3 Shoes, pair $1.95
EXTRA SPEGIAL-9:30 TILlIi A. M.
Several hundred pair of women's up-to-date shoes velour sewed
ankle strap pumps, patent leather pumps and welt sewed (J
oxfords positively worth up to $3 a pair, at per pair V
a, Welt 8ewed mm
a, welt aewad 113 1 i
elt Sewed Oxfords. . A Hfc S3
xfordi. '. ". ". '. '. V "
z m-- '-.Til
jf 1 1 111
WOMEN'S LINGERIE DRESSE3,
LINEN DRESSES, SUMMER
FROCKS, Worth up to $10, at $5
Your choice of 200 pretty summer
dresses in lingerie, linen and col
ored madras and ginghams mado
to sell up to $10 a great
NOVELTIES IN WASH DRESSES
A special style for which wo have
the exclusive sale, is a woven
bopder sheer lawn, mado in dainty
pretty effects all colors in brown,
tan, blue, pink, etc a $25 Q 4 C
value special, at Vltl
SILK DRESSES AT $19
Deautlful striped taffeta drees, mado full
with the new style features of the sea
son, In navy, greon, black, tifl A
brown and wine, spe- I M
clal, at ; .W VV
FASHIONSEAL SUITS AT $25
The new Fashlbngeal suits with white.
serges, white with black stripes,
and new grey worsteds, very
Women's Up-To-Date Spring Suits in all tho new styles and (? j r
colors, snficinl lot. nt. I v
7 - j- " "7 ' ' ' "
New Rajah and Shantung Suits
Clever, new styles,
at $35, $39 and $45
New White Wool Serge and Chev
ron Suits All new ideas,
at $25, $35 and $39
New Long Coats1 In blue serges,
Shantungs, Cloth of Gold, White
Serges," Shepherd Plaids, etc., at
$10, $12.50, $15, $19, $25
New Voile Skirts, worth Up to $12.50,
special, at $6.08
SPECIAL SALE OF WAISTS at 1.50
A special group of clever,
new styles in tailored linen
pleated and shirt effects;
lingerie and trimmed lawn,
laces and embroideries
dainty, cool summery ef
fects Hundreds of smart,
up-to-date, a e w, 19 10
waists ou special sale Sat
Silk and Net Waists
Fine chiffon, messaline,
nets, taffetas, laces,
peau de cygne, etc,, In
sample waists worth up
to $10 and $12
Night Gown & Combination
Suits Saturday Special
20 different styles of gowns
and. 15 different, styles of
combinations, with either
the drawers or skirt and
corset cover, lace and em
special, at . . .
Special sale of these
celebrated petticoats, made
with the fitted bands that
fit snugly over the hips.
The $1.98 and $2.25
Petticoats, at $1.50
The regular $1.50 Pet
ticoats, at 98c
Sale of a Fifth Avenue (N. Y.) Manufacturers Stock
LEATHER BAGS and MESH BAGS
At About One-Half Price
Hundreds of fine shopping bags of
seal leather, goat seal, pin head seal,
walrus, pig skin, levant, cow hide,
etc. all silk lined, at about one-half
$10 down to $1.00
German Silver Mesh Bags
Beautiful vanity purses and chatelaines, the season's latest fads, each bag
stamped German silver prices about one HA
half the regular figures, each, $10.00 down to vU
GrcaJ Sale W. A. Rogers Silverware
WARRANTED TO WEAR 10 YEARS
This Is a great offer of strictly high grade, well known
1874 Rogers Bros., tea spoons, charter oak and Vintage designs,
set of six, at $1.25
W. A. Rogers Cream Ladle, ( Coffee Spoons, half dozen,
Arbutua Berry Spoons, each,
Cold Meat Forks, each,
Baby Spoons, each.
Orange Spoons, half dozen,
Soup Spoons, half dozen,
Oyster Forks, halt dozen,
Fruit Knives, set of 2t Butter Knlvs and Cr Knives, Forks. 12 t? OB
lx, at Sugar Shells, each JC pwt., 12 pieces
All makes and varieties of fine silver fancy pieces, worth up to 91
$1 each Special at, each UV
?X.st Men's Low Shoes
Brandeis sells shoes that are honestly made. Comfort is
not sacrificed for style in the shoes you get here. The
shapes are always right and the comfort is always there.
We mention a great line of men's up-to-date new
low shoes in the most popular cuts and tf41 JF
the-best leathers, special group, at VflsTiV
See our new one, and two eyelet shoes In all leathers tho
classiest, newest styles In men s shoes in
Omaha high Cuban heels, at . ,
Special Sale of Drugs and Toilet Articles
25c Dr. Graves' Tooth Powder. .14c
25c ltubifoam 18c
15c Talcum Powder 7c
$1.56 Oriental Cream 98c
25c Toilet Bath Powder . . .12c
50c Pozzoni's Powder . . .... . . . .26c
50c Java Rice Powder 28c
50c Locust Blossom or White Rose
perfumes, per oz special ..... .25o
5c Cakes Ivory Soap .... . .19c
10c Williams' Shaving Soap. . .. ,5c
Mb. 20 Mule Team Borax ... ... .9c
25c Cnticura Soap !. . . '. . . . .20c
$1.00 Ideal Hair. Brushes 79c
$1.00 Traveling Case ......... . 49c
15c Chamois 9c
50c Rubber Gloves 39c
10c Palm Olive Soap 7c
SATURDAY'S SPECIAL SALES EM BRANDEIS BASEMENT
Women's Corset Covers,
pretty styles, worth up
76 cents each,
Women's fWaists all
new styles, special In
our basement cloak
section, worth up to
each . . .
tion Muslin Un
cial, at . .
Women's Wool Skirts,
all new spring Ideas,
worth up to $15.00,
each . . .
Women's . Walking- Skirts,
worth up to
Women's Low Shoes, ankle
6,000 American Beauty Rose Bushes, 3 years
old and full of buds, extra special,
Saturday, each ......
50 I Dozen
Women's Storm Coats and
Cravenettes at $1.98
Big special sale of Women's Cravenetted and water
proofed Coats In all colors; all new
styles; up-to-date, practical Coats,
worth up to 1 7 and $8, in basement.
Pretty and up-to-date
Spring Millinery all
new shapes and trim
mings special for
Children's Ankle Strap
Sandals and Oxfords,
98 $1.25 81.50
COULD DIETZ MEETS DR. COOK
Omaha Traveler and His Wife .Meet
Explorer in South America.
ALSO MEET COLONEL BRYAN
Ak-Sar-Beo's Klnar Takes Snapshot of
the Famous" Explry Wkn
tho Latter is Vff His
From a Journey which led them across
J6.000 miles of South America and Wt
a utiles, with chance meetings with Pr.
Frederick Cook and Colonel V. J. Bryan,
Mr. and Mrs. Uould Diets havo returned to
their home In Omaha.
The Journey taken as a pleasure trip,
has occupied Mr. and Mrs. Diets slnoo
January 19, when they lert umaua. They
have returned laden with curious and In
teresting objectr from ths countries which
they have traversed. Mr. Diets has made a
collection of animals and pruuaoiy will give
- two llamas, now enrouts from New Tork,
to ths Omaha soolostcnl jarden. Just by
way of adding to the collection of house
bold pets they have brought a wonderfully
colored Blam.ee house -cat and a gorgeously
colored cookatoo from Jamaica.
Mr. Diets !aa added to his archives a
certificate of the crowing of tho equator,
Issued with the due ceremony of Father
Veptuno, assisted by a vigorous group of
old tars. Mr. Diets has a collection of
views and pictures taken by himself on
the long tour. The gem of them all is a
snap shot of Dr. Frederick Cook of North
pole fame,, taken at Los Andes. It Is
hardly necessary to .say that Dr. Cook
did not pose for this picture. Another bf
the pictures taken by . Mr. Diets ahowr
Colonel Bryan - and Mayor Queraldes jf
Buenos Ayres admiring" some cattle on
that official's ranch.
"Dr. a ild Mrs. Cook .were sailing under
the name of Craig, when we met them,
but everyone was onto who thy really
were. - They avoided all ' mention, of that
little affair with Commander' Peary. Dr.
Cook preferred to talk about native fruits,
his baggage and commonplace matters.
"We were fortunate In that we could
cross the Andes. In a few mors months
that trip will be put to' an end by the new
tunnel which ths railway Is boring through
the mountains. This road, as are many
other enterprises In that country, Is backed
by American and English capital. It U
tile work of American engineers. Ameri
can capital Is largely Interested In the de
velopment of Brasil."
Elisabeth Duf rene, 2Hi Parnam street,
repairs to garage, ISOOO; Frrd Valimknn, 818
Pine atrret, frame, 1.W0; Kidney M. SmlUi,
3.J11 Wright, frame, CM); M. Mover, P2"
Houth Thirty-fourth street, frame, $2. Wo;
HHiuuel Corrldon, Sot North Thlrty-flrnt
street, frame. 3.000; Pftniuel Corridon, 3122
Davenport streut, double frame, $6.0U0;
eaimml CorrMon, SI 16 Davenport eireet,
frame. IS.tHW; M. F. Dlmmtck, loOH I.othrop
street, frame, I2.&00; Thomas E. Hunt, ISIS
Locust street, frame, t.UU0; Norrls J.
Hariln. lrti'7 Emmet street, frame, :i.5W;
W. H. Anderson. 6ii23 North Twenty-third
Street, frame, 12,000.
is in Full Swing
in The Bee Court
;N EXT. WEEK
April liofto 25th
The .leading haberdashers will display the
Dainty and Useful Articles Displayed
by Those Whose Patient Efforts
. .Have Wrought Them,
The Bee rotunda Is a scene of beauty and
will continue so until 10 o'clock Saturday
night. The occasion is the baxaar and sals
of the products of the Associated Charities
Industrial home. There are also present
some of the shut-in or handicapped work
ers who are struggling against great odds
to support themselves in various ways.
Miss Ida V. Jonif, Mrs. Flora Hoffman,
matron of tho Park Wilde home, and their
assistants havo made a most pleasing
showing of the articles offered for sale.
The large fountain and fish tank has been
surmounted with plants and flowers and
on all sides of the rotunda handsome flags
are used to decorate tables which are
loaded with the manufactured products of
the industrial home.
Here are aprons, dress bags, laundry
bags, quilts and comforters, rompers for
small boys and girls, dainty toilet acces
sories, rugs and a hundred and one things
that are both useful and ornamental; but
the emphasis should be placed on the useful
things. It is these that the managers of
the affair especially desire to have called
to the attention of tho public, for by
their sale it is hoptd and expected to build
up a demand for the work of the Industrial
home among the men and women of
bunches are being served throughout the
day, and the food is all home cooked. Sand
wiches, cake, doughnuts, coffee and many
enticing s do dishes of various kluds are to
be had at very reasonable prices.
The baxaar will be open until 7 tonight
and on Saturday will be kept open until I
o'clock at night. At I o'clock Saturday
evening the elegant silk quilt made by Mr.
Maxficld will be auctioned off.
of the noncommissioned staff, band and
mounted orderlies of the first battalion.
A similar board, consisting of Captains
Leroy 8. Lyon, H. L. Newbold and L. Tj.
Dawson of the Fourth field artillery has
been appointed to examine gunners for
the Second battalion 'of the same regiment
of artillery. Bpth boards will meet at
Fort D. A. Russell May 2.
BOARD TO EXAMINE GUNNERS
Teats for Noncommissioned Staffs at
fort D. A. Itassell to Do
Held In Muy. i
A board of officers, corslstlng of Oipta'n
W. MoK. Lambdln, Captain George M.
Brooks and First Lieut onnnt William N.
Mohil of the Fourth field artillery, has
been appolnttd to meut at Fort D. A. Hus
icll, Wyo., for the eaminat'ou of guiiovrs
Hill Estate May
Now Be Divided
The estate of Lew W. Hill, worth over
$400,000, may be partitioned at once among
the legatees of the' will instead of a watt
for a five-year trust period to expire.
The trustee of the estate is John Hill, Jr.,
r.ephew of testator.. Some time ago John
Hill,- Jr.'s, uncle, James Hill, one or the
principal beneficiaries under the will, sued
to get part of the Income now and before
the trust expired. Mr. Hill is 74 and feared
that at 79 the money might do him little
good. A motion has now been filed In
district court asking for division of the
property and dissolution of the trust and
Judge Button has intimated he will sus
tain the motion.
Lack of Quorum Prevents Action on
Pendlntr Matters at Grain Deal
ers' Meetsg Thorsday.
A quorum was not present at the meet
ing of the Omaha Grain exchange Thurs
day and consequently the matter of limit
ing the membership and fixing the cost of
a seat was not settled.
A proposed amendment was offered lim
iting the membership to 200 and fixing tho
cost of a seat at $1,000. The membership
now is about 185.
One of the objects of the amendment is
to permit business men who are not ac
tively engaged in the grain business to as
sist in the promotion of the local body,
and also being allowed the privilege of
withdrawing at any time with a profit,
provided they find a buyer.
Mill is Robbed
While Clerk's Busy
An artful thief entering tho Gleneoe mills,
Twenty-third and Izard streets, on the pre
text of offering some sacks for sale, robbed
the till in the office during the preoccupa
tion of a clerk and took $30. Meanwhile
the sacked mill Is holding tho sack, or
more accurately sacft.
This unidentified person of predatory
habits, entered the mill office while th
clerk In charge was talking with a custo
mer. He carried a bundle of burlap sacki
which he said he proposed to sell.
"Walt a minute and I'll wait on you,"
said the clerk.
"Sure," replied the sack man.
He waited on himself.
The Glad Hand
removes liver inaction and bowel stoppatra
with Dr. King's New Life Pills, the pain
less regulators. 23c. For salo by Ben An
Drug Co. "
Omaha tilrl Married In Chicago.
CHICAGO, April 15. (Special Telegram.)
Walter Ross of Chicago and Cnrrle Hath'
away of Omaha were licensed to marry
Ths effluncy of Chamberlain's Liniment
In the relief of rheumatism Is being demon
. p rs) n pi n r n .
j LfXi U v'UEzi Si) lia -lahza N
TX T OTE the prices and act quickly. This ad means just what it says. The recent
1 XJ warm spell held the raincoat season back, and we need cash to keep our
factories working. Starting Saturday and continuing for one week, we will sell any
garment in the entire stock of Genuine ' ' Goodyear"
Qainooats and Cravenettes
RUBBERIZED COATS FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
Evsry Carman, on Salo Hon a! Easily Onc-ildf Price
NO COATS RESTRICTED; EVERY ONE GOES AT THE ADVERTISED PRICE.
Positively No Goods Sold to Dealers Mail orders Filled During This Sale
WOMEN'S SILK RUBBERIZED RAINCOATS 2 PRICE
$80.00 RAINCOATS $15.00
$35.00 KA1NCOATH 17.60
$40.00 KA1M-OAT8 iiO.OO
$40.00 RAINCOATS Wl 60
$22.00 KAINCOATS U.OO
$16 00 RAINCOATS 7.B0
$10 00 RAINCOATS .0O
$17. $0 RAINCOATS 3 70
$20.00 RAINCOATS flO.OO
15.00 RAINCOATS Slii-SO
MEN'S AND WOMEN'S CRAVENETTED RAINCOATS
AND OVERCOATS AT Vt PRICE
It 00 COATS t.00 1 $12.50 COATS
$100 COATS O0 $7.60 COATS ili.78
$18 00 COATS 00 I tJOOO COATS . iisoo
$20 00 COATS ,10.00 I $VoO COATS . .?.:: ".: lllil
S. E. Corner 16th
HOTEL LOYAL BUILDING
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