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Women's White Serge Suits Very
popular this season, made in nil the
newest style features, nicely tailored,
specially priced group '
WOMEN'S LONG WOOL COATS
Choice of hundreds of smart long coats
made of serges and other wool fab
rics, strictly up-to-date,
worth up to $30, at PU
WOMEN'S WASH DRESSES
Pretty new styles for summer wear
all new arrivals being shown for the
first time some very C
clever ideas, at .JPJ
FOUR SPECIALS IN BASEMENT CLOAK DEPT.
JVomen'a wool Tailored Suits
new styles, worth $T98
up to $10, at J
Extra size Skirts for stout
women, good quality mo
hair with cluster $50
pleats, nt t
Women's Tailored Skirts
new and practical $59
styles, worth to $7. . . . ;
New Wash Petticoats, made
of good chambray, embroid
ered flounce, all PA
Trimmed Hats at s2.50
Worth $5 00 and $7.50
Several hundred trimmed hats, in
new models for summer, will go on
sale for the first time Thursday on
our second floor.
Great variety of straws, graceful
trimmings of flowers and ribbons,
large and medium shapes, $')50
worth $5 hnd $7.50, at -
WOMEN'S SMART NECKWEAR at 25q .
New Dutch collars, sailor collars, some with real Irish crochvjt me
dallions, jabots, Irish crochet lace bows, fancy lace -" r
stocks, lace and tailored stocks, etc., worth up to '
Charming New Dresses for First
Communion and Confirmation
Few stores give as much attention to this class of nierchandiuc
as Bennetts. What we know to be the most exquisite styles In white
lawn dresses are shown herp now in great profusion. There's an air
of distinction about them, and a certain something that Is so con
spicuously different and new as to make any young girl "dress proud".
Who would bother over the making of them? Seamstresses could not
be expected to give you the ldeaa and designs as well as thoae whose
life work is devoted to creating girlish . modes. The cost of making
alone, in Omaha, would equal the total cost of the dresses complete;
consider that. You'll wonder why you never thought of this before,
once you see them. The making could riot possibly be better or more
satisfying. They are all new and fresh and crisp, ready to put on and
wear at a moment's notice. v
SIZKS ARK TO 14 YKAKS; MARK A
OIOICK NOW W II ILK CHOOSIMi'IS MOST.
DRESSES (7 AT
THREE STYLES 0Vo)
Made of fine lawn, round yoke,
lace Insertion and hemstitching,
pleated skirt- with folds. Gibson
effect, . with embroidery shoulder
straps, belt collar and cuffs.
1-.OW' square cut neck and three
quarter sleeves; lace insertion and
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Mado of fine lawn, with cluster
tucks and rows of Val. Insertion
alternating across front. Dress
with yoke of fine tucks and lace
insertion and lace trimmed sleeves.
Dress, French waist effect, with
hand embroidery and lace Inser
tion yoke; front tucked in clusters
from yoke to bottom of waist.
Made of very Bheer lawn, round,
shirred yoke, blind embroidery and
lace Insertion of daintiest pattern,
row embroidery Insertion at bot
M 75c, at
Made of finest India linon, low, square' neck and short sleeves,
three rows embroidery insertion alternating with cluster- tucks, ribbon
belt, long French effect; pleated and tucked skirt.
Made with deep "embroidery flounce skirt, Gibson style with em
broidery straps over shoulder, low square neck and short sleeves. Also
several other handsome models.
Brandeis Stores Were Among the
Largest Buyers in the Greatest Auction
Sale of Rugs Ever Known in New York
The Wall Street Journal of May 16th says:
' ', Buyers who attended the recent sale of the Alexander Smith
t Sons Carpet Company stated that in many respects it wvas the
most remarkable they ever attended.
v The New York Journal of Commerce says:
From four to five hundred carpet buyers were present from all
over the country when Wilmerding, NorriB & Mitchell began offer
ing about $4,000,000 worth of carpetings and rugs, products of the
' Alexander Smith & Sons Carpet Oou at 105-107 Fifth Avenue. The
buyers who bought the rugs Included retailers as widely separated
as Boston, Washington, Omaha, Seattle, Minneapolis and Richmond,
Virginia. . . ' '
BRANDEIS ENTIRE PURCHASE OF THESE HIGH
GRADE RUGS GOES ON SALE NEXT MONDAY
Great Sale of Wall Paper (or Next Monday
We bought the entire stoek on hand of an eastern wall paper
Joblwr. Two immenne carloads of high grade wall paper on special
sale at ImrualnH that have never before been offered. A remarkable
opportunity to buy wall paper under price.
J. L. nitAXDEIS & SONS
Women's, Suits, $25, $29.50
to $33.75 Values, Choice of
200 or More, at . . .". . ...
This includes the best of the year's styles
we nave up to jds. lb.
; any colored cloth suit H
Our Big Book Sale a Notable .Success
YOU buy books for VOUr librarv for lena than van hnvn ouuk l-nnnrn
before. "Handled" sets that show slight Injuries from counter and win
dow displays, is reason for the sharp price decline.
It's worthy of note that, William Collier, the well known actor, ap
preciating the remarkable savings over New York prices, purchased
heavily Monday, having the books sent to hit home In New York.
The sale continues all week.
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JftTi 8 ace and always uniform in delicious ' 1 v
tw H ' I flavor and absolute purity. It's " flV
if If If I because we grow our own yeast and .; fll :.j t
If -"Sllf- 1 take the proper care and time to malt ,: jj J-lpt L,g 4
li f 1 I our barley by the old process. That's j i & W-iUit t 1
; ! J 'J. I 8 why High Life Deer is so rich and so B p llEH ll
tr' 'Hr:-" I consistently pleasing. ' " ' I I" Vi pi'!'Pi' Vil'M'
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Soil in Idaho
Important Rug acd Furniture Sales Are
Scheduled For Next Monday. Details Later
G. Lesur of Twin Falls, Idaho,
Tells ot the Wonderful Work
P. Q. Lrsaur, president and general man
after of the Twin Fall. Land and Orchard
company, and secretary of the Twin Falli
Mining exchange, arrived from Twin Falls,
Idaho. Tuesday night and Is quartered at
Mr. Lrssur Is another of that type of
western man who Is beginning; to make
Omaha his headquarters. Filled with en
thusiasm and confident of the future of his
town and country. Mr. l.t8ur talks Idaho
in the morning. Twin Falls, Idaho, at noon;
and Orchalara, Twin. Falls, Idaho, at night.
Mr. Lemur Is an Iowa man, one of that
army of mid-west buxinests men who have
KOne out Into wi st was the waste spaces
uf the Snake. River desert; who has helped
to. make It blottaom as a rose, and who are
now reaping lh reward of their belief and
faith and confidence and toll.
"The day of cheap land In Idaho la gone,"
raid Mr. Ltneur at the Paxton this morn
littc. "There Is t o more cheap land left In
the west. 'ThW la because with the devel
opment, of tHe" land through Irrigation and
bringing of vaat areas ot country under
cultivation, the demand for ttilaJand has
grown and grown' and the price 'has kept
pace with it. . ' ', .. ., .
"V. S. Kuhn, his" brothep" 'and a groupj
ot Flttsburg capitalism have spent on the
Halmon Kiver project about $16,090,000, on
the North Side Twin Falls project, about
JM.000,000; on the South Side Twin Falls
project, Frank Uuhl of Ph'aio.n, Pa., has
spent fO.OtiO.OOO; on the Oakley Twin Falls
prdject, $12,000,000, and Frank Buhl and his
associates are prepared to spend, In the
opening up of the Bruneau extension, com
prising G0O.000 acres, the Initial aura of $30,
000,000 before the land can be' used for
farm purpoaes. Before this land is fully
developed It will take an additional $10,
000.000 These are all conservative figures.
"The fact Is that with the United States
government, C. H. Meredith and C. J.
Perkins and his associates of Dea Moines,
together with the group of men whom I
have referred to. there has been expended
In the Btate of Idaho over $J5O,0Q0,0O0 for the
reclaiming of an area of over 2.000,000 acres
of the best land on earth.
"This land never had a plow stMck Into
it; that from time immemorial, it has been
summer fallowed by the ages. From time
immemorial the melting snows, the rains
and the flood waters of the Nnake' river
have brought down not only the volcanic
BHh from the hill slop but a top soil
of black vegetable loam, shed on these
htlltiides by trees which must' have died
with the passing of the post-pleoclne age.
'This has all been- mad. possible by one
single man of the Twin Falls tract, by his
Indomlnltable energy and his persistency
In Interesting 'this capital which has du-
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Trunks and Traveling Bags i ' $3.50. to' $4.00
But Tonr Travaltn Ooada .t r.i.
Where they know what Ipathnr la Wa u ni.,.. i
low prices. Our Cowhide Leather Kult r. f,,r . .V. k..1 ...TiJ
i ' tw.ww iss n o ucdi niuc in mo
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for Young Men
For style and quality of ox
fords the young mail is always
a criterion. None of the de
tails, such as the width of the
toe shape of last height of
heel or general appearance never
escape his critical eye. On all
these points lie is well posted.'
B The .distinctive styles and snap
py appearance appeal to him.
Wo cater to the critical taste
of these young men and know,
.their every want when it comes
to the oxford question.
AVe carry a complete line of'
young men's oxfords, in all the
styles and leathers to be found,
at prices to fit their pocketbook.
Harness, Baddies and Traveling . Goods.
veloped this country and his name is known
throughout the broad country' as' I. . B.
Perrlne of Blue Lakes."
Mr. Lesaur left for Dea Moines last
1310 Farnam Street.
You are always welcome to
look at our shoes and oxfords
for young men.
Park Open About June 15th
Wylie Camping Tour of Park six days, transportation,, board, lodg-"'"',. .
ing, etc from Gardiner or Yellowstone. . ..... . . . . . ... A J$ 40. Ot)
Round trip rail rate to Gardiner or Yellowstone entrances. . . ,'.',$ 32.00
Round trip rail rale to Cody (cart and scenic entrance.) : . . '. ...JjJ ,30, 7o
Holm's personally conducted eighteen-day camping tours .through the ". ,
park from Cody, July 8th and 29th, August 19th, Septeni-' f .
ber 9th " vV , v; v. ... $ 7S.00
Round trip tour via Gardiner, five and one-half days. fn park, includ-
Ing rail, stage and hotels. . ,;1v. ( .t 8-C.fiU
Round trip tour vIp, Yellowstone, four and one-half dy lt' pur,k. . .
- including' rail, stage and hotels. . . .g 78.245
Diverge route tour, in via Gardiner, out' via , YelowntdfaeivRll :ac- .
oommodations for, five and. one-fourth days. .' '. : ; .' '..'V.'j 81072o
Diverse route tour, , in via .Yellowstone, out -via Ggrdlnef, Rll" sjc
. commodations for three and one-half days. ..... ... ' t, . 03,50
Side excursion trip, on coast tours, from Livingston. Mont., all ac , t
v commodations , . ; . v . . . . . $ ' 55.00
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. Free descriptive publications. "Yellowstone" !Pak,"-"The t!ody i
Road Into Vellowstone l'ark," "Wylle t'aniplrar- TourB," 'Ooloradl
Utaii Handbook," and others on re(iuet. For colli-'
plete Inforrnntlnr. about routcn, (rain service, stop
overs, ratea, tickets and bertha, call on.', ,
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i. u. Jte, .iiin. jity I'Msencer 'AiroHt." f
15011 Farnam Street,. Omnha. ,
with Army Men
Talk Over Plans for Military Tour
nament for This
A LINIMENT' FOR EXTERNAL USE. '
Baty'f coming Wl b. time of rejoicing, and not of apprehen
sion and fear, If Mother ' Trlend ii vied by the expectant mother
la preparation of the event Thli U not a medicine to be taken
Internally, but liniment to be applied t body, to aisist nature
in the necessary physical changes of the ayetem. Mother Friend 1 composed of
oils and medicines Vhlch prepare the muscles and tendons for. the unusual strain,
render the llgamenU evpple and elastic, aids In the expanding of the skin and flesh
fibres, and strengthens all the membranes, .ud tissues. It lessens the pain and
danger at the crisis, and assures future health to the 'mother. Mother's Friend is
sold at drug stores. Write for our free book, containing valuable Information for
expectant mothers. . - . . . .
THE DR AD FIELD CO., ATLANTA. OA,
The board of governors of Ak-5ar-Ben Is
to entertain a number of the army affl
cers of Omraha and vicinity at a dinner
at the Omaha club on Thursday night.
The guests' will be General Smith, Col
tiiel McCarthy, Colonel Glas.sford, Colonel
Gardener, Major liurnham and Major Ken
nedy. Tho dinner ttf to be held for the purpose
ot getting tho army officers together for
a discussion of the military maneuvers to
be held here during the Ak-Sar-Ilen car
nival. The Initiation crew of the knights gath
ered at the Pen on Tuesday night for the
first rehearsal of tho ritual. Another re
hearsal of the work will be held on Friday
A. Break 'p Liberty
from stomach, liver and kidney trouble Is
made when a ie box nf Ir. King's New
Life I'll Is Is bought. For sale by lWtun
L.J. Crosier, S2fi North Twenty-fourth,
frame, fl.su); Crclgliton university, altera
tions and repairs t.i six dwelling. $mju;
J. F. Hiurtteou. Leavenworth, frame.
II.60O; K. K. Carey. 1U4 spencer, frame,
IJIMI; A. VVIebe. 341 J North Twentieth,
frame. 1500; Mrs. Ida Mallu, 421S r'aikrr.
frs.itM, e-.AA. :;-
The tonely use or ChaMibvri.ln's Cough
Bemsdy will prevent pneumonia.
emedy (or all
URIC ACID IN
Theie pills cleanse
W the whole svstem and
bring about a new
sense of health and strength.
The manufacturers, Uelden
& Copp Co., Minneapolis,
will send you a sample ab
solutely free. The regular
price is $ 1 a box. For ssle by
Myers-Dillon Drug Co.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
IN THE HEART OF THINGS
Cor. IGth and Jackson Sts.
Two blocks from leading
department stores and all
"Caararetsare certalaly flne. I gare a Mend
one when the doctor was treating him for cancer
ot theatamach. The neit moraing he paud
four pleceaof a tape worm. Hetties got a bos
a ad to. three dayi be paiaed a u-wwm 48 feet
loaf. It was Mr. Matt Fifclt. uf Milleraburg,
lMupbi. Co.. Pa I am quite a w.rker for Catca.
reta. 1 uaa thea aaraelf aad iod them brnrnnal
for moat any diaeaae caused by In pure blood."
. Cha. E. Condos.Iwuitoo.fa., (MiOlin Co.)
Plaaaaat. Palatable. Potent. Taate Good.
D.Uood Never Sicken, Weaken or Grip.,
lac, i4c, 10c. Nerer sold ia bulk Tnetenu
ine tablet stamped C C C. (iuaraateed to
cure or your aiuaey back. i21
St. Louis Shoe Shipments
And Slioe Factory Output
The factory output for the week enil
IliKv May Jill was :, 0.V1 pairs of stioes
and tiie iiumber of i-uMea of siioes Mhlp
yt wu Ik.tiiiu. ' Fm ly-riine fui tune. are
included In th. report which la made by
the Blioe k Leather Uasett.
Try H AY DEN'S First
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OMAHA'S GltK.lTKST SAI.K.
FAT WIIH CVB2
All Kectal Olasases - cured without a
Surgical operation and Or.arantaed to last
a Lifetime. No cliloroform. ether or other
seneial anaeathette uaed. Ksamlaatota)
rrea. Writ. rs rre. Book.
GSR. E. R. TARRY
2 811 BZ,D(K OMAHA. BZB.
Taft's Dental Rooms
Facing Farnam Street;
on the ground floor
The best location in Omaha for many lilies of business
is opposite the Court House and next to tho City Hall.
It is very seldom that it is possibleifor you to get one of ,
the ground floor rooms in ' , ' ,
THE BEE BUILDING ;
The entrance if. Just west of the main entrance of, tho ' '
building; It has an entrance from the court aH well.', The
building furnishes heat, light, water and Janitor. enrco. .
. The building la fire-proof and there 1b a lance brick yaujt.
bo you can cut out jour insurance cxnciisn. The room will
be remodeled and redecorated to suit tho tenant. The
space can bo arranged to give tenant 1.S&0 square fet U
if thYs is the best location for you, now js thtj tinio
to grasp ' the opportunity, and apply , at r once
Apply to R. W. BAKER, Supt., Bee Busineka' Office.
. The system of the Mutual Raving Bank plan
enables the Omaha Loan and Building Asso-
ciation to pay to its members six pr cent
per. annum dividends' Jauuary ancb.July int.'"
Investment of $1.00 per month to $o;())0 iu
lump sums can be made. F6r information" c.ill
or address 101 South IClh St., S. 1$. comer
ICth and Dodge Sts. -: .-.
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