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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1910)
TlTE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, APRIL 10. 1010
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7 These Dresses
Tuesday Wc Place oi Sale at About Half Price
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& Entire Sample Lines of a. New York Mfgr. and Importer
Made to soil up to $39 each, at $12.50
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Hundreds of daintiest, npwpst
ing frocks for summer wear and suitable for all kinds fa
of dress occasions. Made" in very newest style fen
tures for 1910, trimmed with fine embroideries, gi
braids, lace insertions, etc. whites and dainty colors.
Many have Dutch necks others with high yoke.
Every style is strictly new and classy. They have
been greatly admired in our lGth St. window. 2
were made to
sell up to $39 each
Tuesday, at. ... .
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U. J" ' t,holr ot BOO Stylos of Kramrs.
Tuesday's Special Bargains
Take advantage of the extraordinary offerings we make on seasonable
good. Hoe how it lnys to tihou Tliotdays.
Clcola 36 -Inch Black Taffeta
10 pieces of this famous silk, of which Bennett's have the exclusive
. gtilo in Omaha. It's a very brilliant and luxurious silk O C
that nigularly retails at 1.60. We guarantee every flail
yard ot tt. Ask for our guarantee bond yard WO
RAM E LINEN SUIT NGS
The most fashionable of the linen wash fabrics. Nothing more dellght
- fully cool and crlrp than a linen suit for summer. We f
have 25 shades of the best 75c linens to offer for Tues- "iUf
day, at,- yard , . ,
SwInk Kiulirolilorles- Dainty baby
sets of edges and Insertions, In
matched patterns; values to 25c,
now at 12
Ton lion Laces Wide cotton Tor
chons edges, with matched lu
ertions, fine for underwear
trimming, 10c values, yd. . .3
SI'KCIAL TLESDAY BAUOAIXS
Blankets, Sheets, Linens, Towels, Etc.
All the Women's Elegant Hand Tailored Suits In
this great purchase worth up to $65.00,
All the Women's Beautiful Cloth Dresses Exquisite
new designs for 1910 worth as high as CZ
$69.00, at; .........,...;.. Q&U
Your unrestricted choice Any "Fashionseal" J- A
Suit in our entire stock, during this sale, at. . .VV
Tuesday is Brandeis Stores Special Bargain Day
25c Hosiery at 15c pr.
BlVXKliTS for the cold, chilly days of spring, for camping, for the
summer cottage, etc.
Our ,75c Blankets, 49c BlanketS
i.nnieacried Jiasiin SG-inch, heavy, 8c grade, at, yd G
I'lllow Oases 45x3G-inch, strong. 22c kind, for 14
Bleut'lied. .Sheets Up to 8 1x9 0-inch, well made, of good maUrialH
65c values, .for .... . ".Afl
Comforter with lisht cotton filling, our best $1.25 kinds ...1.00
White Goods- Embroidered, ch
and ortnndioH inn irnnAa at
All Mneit ftuitlng White, 72-inch., our $1.25 quality, yard
Htiik Towels A serviceable, 10c towel, good size, for
Bed fipreiul Pull size, hemmed spread, $1.25 value
Wash Cloths Knitted, our best 5c kind, Tuesday , ,
' New Spring
SDAY IS D
t n n n n nrrr
THE RELIA2LC STORK
Will Mre You
15 to ar on
Special Bargain Offerings for Tuesday
In Our Busy Ladles' Suit Oepsrtmint.
100 Ladies Rubberized Coats
$10.00 and $12.00 values, rnin
and nuto styles; on sale Tues
day at S5.00
Silk and Moire Rubberized Coats
regular $15.00 values, all
styles; on sale Tuesday, $7.50
18 and 27-in. fine embroidered flounc
Ings, I corset covers, wide insertions
and galloons; in English eyelet,
floral, Japanese and combination ef
fects; many worth 50c a yd., at
4 15c and 25c
More Than 100 Styles
Fancy Metal and
All kinds; all sizes;
many worth up to $ I
a dozen, at, each
lc ea., 2c ea. 5c Doz.
Women's, Misses and Children's
Hosiery, silk finished, mercer
ized, also plain and fancy lisle,,
children's fine and heavy rib
bedblack and colors jt C.
worth up to 25c, at, pr.. .
70c Damask at '25c Yard
5,000 yards fine mercer
ized table damask in
mill lengths worth to
75c a yard C;
Basement, yd J C
12 Wc Ginghams at Sc a Yard.
Waist , and dress lengths of
plain colored and fancy dress
ginghams, Including Tolle du
tiord, Red Seal, A. F. C, etc.
all day in p
Iaces and Embroideries
Edgings and . Insertions ,,-rt
French and 'German Vals.,
linen torchons, fancy wash
laces; also embroidery edg
ings and insertions; worth
ii n to 10c 0r
per yard, TC
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IHREE LlVESTOCIi MEN DIE
Harry E. Tagg, George Jackson and
Lew Kichol Are Called.
PIATH OF, NICHOLS IS. SUDDEN
Drop Dead While - Chatting; with
Friend .Tats in' Month Omaha ,
Cattle BunliifM tor Twenty
Two Yara Past.
Thr' live stock metj , of South Omaha,
Harry 13. Taij, Otoigo Jackson and Lew
Nichols all died rather suddenly . within
the laet twenty-four hours.
The flmt' In order, of lime, was GeorRe
Jarknon, who lled Sunday morning: at
Qulncy. He' hps not been' In South
Cimaha In bufies, for four or' five, years,
but was formerly an order buyer. He
moved to Mason City, la., five years ago,
and from there went to Oelweln, la., and
thin to Quincy. Ho will bo remembered
sia one ' or the strongest men about ' the
yards and cotnmiawlun men who recalled
his feats ot strength,, wondered, at h'i early
nVath. Hp'' 1 it atd to have been subject
to asthma and lirtght's tl iotas", and a sud
den attack of the latter caused 'his death.
The funerarwfll be held at Jacksonville,
"Harry E. Tagg died at his reuidence In
'Omaha, . 5335 North Twenty-fifth avenue,
Sunday night. He had been In 111 health
'for over, a year." He was seriously ill ix
month ago and Ms life' was then despaired
ef. Mr. Tagg'was 43 years of age and had
been a live stock cvniratgxlon man In South
Omaha or twenty-two years. He was In
b'uHliiess when the' present stock yards oc
cupied only one block, south of ' the old
exchange. Arrangemmita have been .mode
to conduct, the funeral at S P- m. Wednes
day, from St. .Martin's church. The burial
will be In Lam el Hill cemetery. V. JB.
Tagg, his brother and jai taur In. burliness
In the firm of Tagg brothers, and a sister
'Lew Nichols, a stock speculator of the
yards, dropped cUud at 11 30 a. m. Monday
t James Harold's saloon. He was there
with a. friend named Jerry LsFounUlne.
and was apparently as well as he ever had
been. 'He had taken a drink or two at the
bar, but was sitting; on a bench. Suddenly
he rose, as If 111, at the stomach, and, walk
ing a few steps, t'or.apd le was discov
ered that life was extinct. -Mr. Nichols
was a single man of about 20 years, and
lived with relatives In Homestead addition
at Fifty-sixth and T streets. He was well
known about the yards. The police and the
coroner's representative were called, and
It Is likely that an Imiuest will be held, al
though II Is not thought that any mystery
surrounds the. case. The funeral kas not
txen arranged. ;
Home Real t:t:e and investment com
pany, 2.111 lavenworth street, addition to
t.iro building, ft.!); K. II. Kandall fcjj
t'aciflo Hurt, fiaiue. fl.lM).
IVrslAtent adverliaing u Ube load to Big
Property Holders Along South Thir
teenth Street Sign Up for Share
,of Planned Improvement.
Residents living along South Thirteenth
street, from Vinton to the south city lim
its, have all signed up for the curbing and
guttering they agreed to pay for It the
Park board would take over the street and
bouleyard. It Is now assured the work will
be done this season.
The property owners will do even bet
ter than at first agreed, as they will con
struct a four-foot gutter. One foot of gut
ter was at first talked of, and the estimate
of paving cost was mailt on mat oasis.
. The county commissioners now have some
130,000 to turn ' over to the Park board as
the city's share of the road fund, and so
much of this as may be, necessary will be
used to boulevard South Thirteenth to the
city line. The county will pay for the four
blocks comprise)!. In Clontarf precinct, and
South Omaha will pay the cost of the
stretch through that city to the Sarpy
county line. Thus a new entry way to the
heart of Omaha, on a good road, will be
created, and - Judge I3erka .and other men
who are pushing the project, . expect that
material benefit will ensue, to the city at
large, as well as giving the people along
Thirteenth street an Improvement long
j With the wider gutter now planned for,
and the School board paying the cost of
paving on the block facing Forest school,
the total cost to the Park board of paving
the street Will be considerably less than at
first calculated on.
names and Smoke' Awaken Sleepers
at Eleventh Hour $3,000 Loss
Waking early this mornlng'to find his
home in flames from cellar to attic, W. R.
Homan, 2106 Iflnney street, roused his
family In time to escape and save part of
the household effects.
The estimated damage to the bouse Is
13.000. The fire started. It Is presumed,
from an overheated furnace. The fire
gnawed Its way through partitions to th
attic before It was discovered. Mr. Homan
was awakened by thf smothering volumes
of sinoks, which Invaded, his bedroom.
. The house was a two and a half story
fra ma struct ore. ' V- .
For style and Quality of
oxfords the young man ig al
ways the criterion. None of
the details, such as width of
toe, shape of last) height of
heel or general appearance,
ever escape his critical eye.
; On all, these points he is well
posted. The distinctive style
and snappy appearance ap
peals to him.
We cater ' to the critical
taste of these young men, and
know their every want when
It comes to the oxford oues-
, We carry a complete line of
young men's oxrords. In all
the' styles and leathers to be
found, at prices to fit their'
, . 53.50 ana 54.00
Tou are always welcome to
Ipok at our shoes and oxfords
for young men.
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The Store for the
"Oh, dear, if these stores would only
take us stouter women into consideration
when buying their suits." How often have
you heard this remark by some disappoint
ed friend after a futile attempt to-be fitted.
Here, however, is one store that does pro
vide for the hard-to-flt woman. We have
an abundance of extra size suits, some as
large as 49 bust measurement.
They are correctly proportioned, too, being some
what shorter in the waist and cut fuller
through the bust and hips. Our illustration
points out their pleasing, graceful lines. We
show them' in blacks, navy and conservative
grey mixtures, either plain tailored or Just a
suggestion of a trim, as the cut snows. Prices
200 new samples of absolutely' new 1910
styles, in white and' colors, bought at a fraction
of their worth and now selling at
$10 and $12 Dresses,
$16 and $20 Dresses,
Fine examples of artistic
designing,' built for
utility, yet with style es
sentials 'fully recognized.
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Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
IklK FINKS! AKW FlltH.i'ltOO'
8 TO HACK BUILDING IN
Our facilities for storing house
hold goods are the finest. We
have our own special method. We
know how. Every modern storage
accommodation for private or mer
804-812 S. 16th St.
'Phones, Doug. 1750; Ind., A-1335.
l :y A FrtMhlfal sCarlrii
with 'biliousness, . malaria tuid constiiiatlon
Is Quickly, overt-oii by taking Irv Klng-s
New LUe rill, ttc For sal by lieaton
Bes! Placa h Have Yolt
Teeth Cared For.
This Is a perplsxlng quastlon. confront
tils peopla very day. deputation. If ths
Dentlsi has It. wllr covsr a hundred
thousiits which you may have forgotwn
to ak about. Dr. brad but y, with his many
years of practice, will give rou the very
Lest results. Crowns and Uridge work
from 6 Ou up rilUnss 1 09 up. DON'T
?C1yJ!iiiy.l'tl'r TKBTH WIT1I
Ol T PL.ATk.3. Nerves removed without
hurting you. Teeth extracted without
psln. Ordinary Plates from 4 to I1JS0
Hundreds of people have been aatltflej
hire. Why not you?
DS. BJlACSUaY, THE 0E8TIST
ISM raraam St.
'Phone, D. 17 -toeatloa.
TAT WBEI OtTKED
All BVeotal Dlsaaees eured without a
Sui.lr.l operation and Or.araatee4 to lest
a Lifetime. No ohlorofonu, ether or other
seneraj enaeMtbetto used. Kaaxulaatols
t-roa. Write for rree Book.
DR. E. R. TARRY
A3 BMM r,J. . OMAHA. aTKB,
SAVED FAMILIES LAST YEAR $200,000
The present agitation regard
(ng the city's drinking water,
prompts me to inform the pub
He that the Ture Artesan Water
is free to all who care to use it
in their homes.
. ' ltOMK MILLEB.
New Spring Jackets Si lk a,
broadcloths and coverts $7.,r)0
values, at $1.95
Handsome Long Covert Silk and
Serge Coats Black and colors;
$15.00 values 10.00
Omaha's Greatest Rug Sale
Philadelphia Mill Purchase at About Half
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Extra Specials in Our Popular
Domestic Room for Tuesday
and absolutely no disappointment in thp famous time sales.
Krojn H to H:0 A. M.
36-inch Bleached Muslin; fine quality, heavy weight; regular price 10c; for
this sale 10 yds. limit, at, yd . . . . t . . . k J. .5
From O to .30 A. M. T
Full Blze, heavy weight Crochet Bed Spreads; worth fl.25 6 ralrs to one
customer, for this sale only, at G9
From 10 to 10:80 A. M. 4
2,000 yards India Linon, in lengths from 6 to 10 yards; worth up to 15c a
yard; 10 yards limit, at, yard . . 3?
From 2 to 2:30 P. M.
36-inch Madras Shirting; light and dark colors; good assortment of patterns;
regular price 25c; 12 yards limit, for this sale, at, yard 7H
. From 8 to 3:80 1. M.
Indigo Blue Calico; fast color, worth 6V&C a yard; 12 yards limit; will go In
this sale, at, yard ..3H
From 4 to 4:30 1. M.
Bed Ticking; good, heavy weight; worth 120 a yard; will be sold, yd. . ,5)
Look For Special Sales Not Advertised On All Counters. "
High Grade Wash
Shantung Silks; in all good colore; regular price 50c, on sale Tuesday '..JJ5J
Aberfoyle Silk; all good patterns and colors; regular price 39c, at, yd.' . .J2$
Aberfoyle Ginghams; regular price 19c a yd., on sale Tuesday, at, yd.,,12H
Flaxon; 32 inches wide; all good patterns; regular price 12Vo, on sale Tues
day, at, yard 7H?
Other Specials Not Advertised.
All Grocery, Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Prices Advertised
Sunday for Monday Will Be Continued Tuesday. You'll Get the
Best of It Every Time If You Buy Here.
TRY HAYDELl'S FIRST
M'ae-i "' i ' ir i s f i i
v ?yJI'u.2nci V eew i -.-
For All Occasions
"Queen Quality is the
most comprehensive line
- of fine shoes for women.
It meets every feminine
shoe demand and par
ticularly appeals to the
While the Spring assort
ment is rich m new nov-'
elty patterns, we are also
prepared for those of
conservative t a s te .
Comfort Shoes are
Reasonable Prices Prevail.
DULL LEATHER PUMP
SOFT VIC1 OXFORD
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M IIAYDEN BROS., Sols Omaha Agents "i
Taff $ Dental Rooms
ESS THAU. COST
2CC3 FXHIIAM ST.
You found it a day
or two since
During the week you run across an article that
been laying around months, idle. You have no further
use for it. The Bee guarantees to sell this article for you.
If it does not sell it for you, it will give you back
How to start the
advertisement . .
; , . You will find something abouf. the house that you do
not use, as a Sewing Machine, Oil Cot, Bed, Mnttress,
Springs, Go-Cart, High Chair, Stove, Cnrpet, or
Clothing. Call Douglas 238 and de$eribe th 'property
to the ad taker. 'She will cheerfully write yon fin nd and
tell you what it will cost to 'run it a week.. Then a solic
itor will call on you and give you a receipt for the money.
How to get your
After The Bee has inserted your advertisement a
week and you have not sold the article advertised, bring
your receipt to the counting room of The Bee and present
it to the cashier. Your money will be cheerfully refunded.
The Bee believes in its ability to sell things.
You ccd a Wntch
We c&TTT a very nice llntj; u grads--We are fl.
selling a very.gooa goia iuiea watcn for 15-00
a better one for 1 1 8.00; and an txtra good one
for $21.00 IXXK 'FOIl THK NAME.y
S. W. LINDSAY. Jeweler .
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