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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1910)
Wide Embroideries at 39c and 59c
27-iuoh fine li:irnl loom embroidered French batiste and Swiss flounc
,ings Angleterre, floral, Japanese and shadow effects; many worth
$1.00 a yard two bif? bargain squares Or I 'ifcO
at, a yard JrJC J 3ZJC
Dress Goods and Imported Summer Fabrics
A beautiful collection of the scarce gray tailor suitings, Yijrour
eux, fancy English tailor suitings, homespuns and hopsacks, in light
weight, shadow checks and nobby stripes the height
of fashion special at, yard
Cream Serges and Diagonals
Special prices on these fashionable cream all wool fabrics this
$1 42-lnch all wool I $1.25 50-Inch all wool $1.50 52-Inch vail wool
serges, at G9 I ranamns, at 70? I St-rgos, at ....S1.00
35c and 50c Embroideries at 15c and 25c
18 and 22-inoh fine embroidered flouneings, skirtings, also corset
cover widths effective designs in eyelet, filet, f r OC
floral and blind effects worth up to 50c a yard, at, yd.M.djmudL
THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY
C"Hh n nl
In baby Irish, Yenise, crochet,
hexagon and combination effects
newest creations worth up to
85c a yard, at
10c. 25c. 49c
22-in. Swiss and Nainsook
Dainty eyelet, spray and leaf ef
fects correct styles for waists
and yokes worth up to $1.25 a
yard, at, yard 59c
New Sailor and Dutch Collars, Collar
and Cuff Sets, In Venlso and fancy lace
effects; fancy lace Jabots, fancy lace
and tailored Stocks, worth up to $1.00;
special lots, each, at
25c and 50c
Plain Linen Scrim, slightly Imperfect;
worth 45c yard, at, yard 19c
Printed Madras; 36 Inches wide; regu
lar price 20c a yard, at, yard... 10c
Laco Curtains, 'in cable net, filet net
and fine nottingham, worth up to
$3.00, at, pair.' ............ .$l.t)8
$3.50 Cluny 'Curtains, in white and
Arab, at, pair $2.50
Filet Net Curtains; new bungalow pat
terns; these have been selling all
season at $4, pair, at $2.08
Regular stock of Lace Curtains, In
white, Arab and Ivory colors, that
sold up to $4.50, pair, at ....$$. 23
Irish Point, Brussels, Cluny, Marie
Antoinette and Novelty Curtains
worth up to $7.50, pair, at ..$4.08
To acquaint you and others in
Omaha and vicinity with the superior
excellence of Brandeis hair goods, we
are offering some very unusual spe
cials. The Madame
Josephine Boyd Cluster
Our very latest novelty, to take the
place of the Turban, made of fine
quality of natural wavy hair; light &
airy, with a naughty curl peeping
out here and there
among the puffs $3
value, this sale only..,
Shampooing, Manicuring and Scalp
Treatments. Appointments made by
Ever Meld by ray Store
Purchase t Alexander Smith & Sons'
Brandeis was one of the largest buyers at this auction, which" was the greatest sale of rugs ever held in New York. $5,500,000 worth of
rugs were sold at remarkable bargains and Brandeis secured many of the best lots for Omaha. Monday's sale will be an event that will never
The Largest Stock and Greatest Bargains in Rugs Ever Offered in Omaha
The goods are all new and of superior quality. We have made extraordinary preparations for this sale, which will surpass any sale of
the kind ever held by a Western Store. We have enlarged our selling place by the addition of space taken from our stock rooms and section of
our wall paper department.
A Floor Space Almost as Large as the Auditorium -100 Clerks to Wait on You
Plenty of room plenty of help no waiting. You can buy without any crowding or discomfort.
Here Arc Some of the Amazing Rug Bargains for ftlonday,
S30.00 Axminster and
Velvet Rugs, at . .
820.00. 8-3x10-6 Velvet
and Axminster Rugs, at $ II
These are all 9x12 rugs, full bordered, artistic Oriental and new floral
designs. On of the greatest bargains in rugs ever offered.
These rugs are excellent for almost any room new patterns of Oriental
and geometrical design large line to choose from.
20 Brussels $
Velvet Rugs .
Fine room size rugs in floral and Orien
tal designs much admired In our show
Highest Grade 9x12 Wilton Rugs
The finest grnde of Wilton made, new spring designs
many two toned effects and plain colors all over and
medallion patterns, rich sott fp fc
colors-a 11 seamless. J) iJ WO
worth up to $55,
Room Size SffDGO
up to 9x12 Size
These rugs are actually worth up to $15
new patterns immense lot to select
Granite Art Squares
These fine ingrain rugs are up to
9x12 in size new pat- CJO QQ
terns, worth up to $G, at. Vfc00
Small Axminstor Rugs
These are 27xC0 rugs, in a
large variety of very desirable
quality, at . . ,
These rugs are worth up to
$5 they are 36x72 in size,
and will make aa
fine rugs for OZiOiJ
your home, at w
9x12 Seamless Wilton Rugs
Worth up to $40, at $19.98
Fine quality of genuine Wilton, in' desir
able patterns full 9x12 size,
in Oriental patterns
extra special, at
Fine Bath Room Rugs
These rugs are washable and are made in colors that are fast.
All the 27x54 or 24x48 bath rugs ( All the 27x54 or 24x48, both rugs
worth up to $3, QQm worth up to $2, TQ
www at WW
Straw Ellatfing Rugs
T. interwoven and stenciled rugs suitable for bungalows, 6ummer homes
homes and porches.
All the 4x6 matting rugs, worth up All the 3x0 matting rugs, worth up
.2 75c it':.".0-.
25c and 49c
Also Many Large Room Size Rugs in Axminster, Velvet and Brussels Sizes 10-6x12 Up to 12x15 Feet at Bargains Correspondingly Great.
Special Offer in
Women's Low Shoes
In the new dull and patent lea
thers blacks and the new
shades of tan excellent qual
ity newest shapes, Ct
An eastern jobber was In immediate)
need of money and sold to us his en
tire stock of high grado wall papers
at a figure so low that we can offer
the Btock at the greatest bargains ever
known In the west. Two immense car
loads of this wall paper, in all new
spring 1910 patterns for parlors, liv
ing rooms, dining rooms, bed rooms,
kitchens, bath rooms, etc.; all on Bale
Monday. You cannot afford to miss
this chance to buy wall paper at a
$1.25 Tekkos All perfect goods
in the newest colors and pat
terns most beautiful goods
ever brought to Omaha. Tomor
row at the unheard F
of price, per roll, Jr C
Oat. Meal Papers The newest papers;
all 1910 patterns; others
ask 75c; tomorrow while
they last, roll
Gold Papers All new colors and 100
patterns; some have the crown and
cut borders, others 9 and
18-ln. borders; actually
worth 30c, tomorrow roll.
Thousands and thousands of rolls of
special goods, such a 3 two-toned
Bilks, grape papers for din
ing rooms; florals and tap
estries, worth to 40c, roll. .
All the 12 He and 15c Papers In light
patterns and artistic col- III
100,000 Rolls of Fine Papers For
kitchens and bedrooms; all
colors, with 9 and 18-in.
borders to match, roll. . . .
This big sale takes place on third
floor. Plenty of clerks to wait upon
you No waiting.
We also take orders for hanging
papers, at reasonable prices.
BRUCKERWILL HEAD COUNCIL
Oldest of Aldermen to Be Successor
DAVIS FOR VICE PRESIDENT
loans Republican from Twelfth
Ward Slated for Election Sched
ule Made I by Combina
tion of I. ant Year.
Unless ptescnt plans miscarry Council
man CJoodley Drucker will be choncn presi
dent tit the Omaha city counoil fur the en
suing year und Councilman Charles 11.
Kavls will bo elected vice president.
Mr. Drucker Is a democrat and represents
the Fifth ward. Mr. Davis Is a republican
and represents the Twelfth ward. 11a Is
now absent In California on his honeymoon.
Drucker Is the oldest member of the council
in point of years and lavls the youiiKest.
The charter provides that the city clerk
shall call the council to order and the
body tihull then proceed to organise by
the election of a president and vice presi
dent. There will bo no other names pre
sented than the two mentioned, both hav
ing been agreed on by the six republicans
and three ot the democrats, lirucker, John
son and Sheldon. This was the combina
tion that elected President Burmester and
will next year elect some other republican
for the last year of the present council.
As Mayor iahltnan will be out of the city
a vood part of the summer making his
campaign for tha democratlo guberna
torlal nomination. Councilman Drucker will
put in a good share of bis time as acting
mayor. The only changes in the council
committees expected through , the Changs
of presiding offices is that President Bur
mester will tak the place of Councilman
Brucker on railways and viaducts, ot which
ha is chairman, and on sidewalks, cross
walks and bridges. As president of the
council, Brucker will probably take Bur
master's place on the committee on Ju
New Officers of
Ladies of G. A. R.
Convention at Fairbury Closed Fri-
day Many Testimonials
- Are Given.
The department convention of the Ladles
of the Grand Army of the Republic closed
at Fairbury Friday, with the election of
these offieers for the ensuing year:
President. Mrs. Caroline Putnam of Lin
Senior Vice President, Mr. Nora It. Kid
der of Hcrlbner.
Junior Vice President, Mrs. Susie Lewis
of Ord. .
Chaplain. Mrs. Alice B. Schleh of Omaha.'
Terasurer, Mrs. Charlotte Brewer of Mc
Cook. Secretary, Caroline Mitchell of Lincoln. '
Counsellor, Mrs. Clara Lyons, Omaha.
Council of Administration, Mrs. C. lloag
of Kearney, Mrs. L. Fieronnet of Omaha,
Mrs. Hannah Coates ot Aurora. .
Delegates to the national convention at
Atlantic City: Mrs. Nora Kidder of Scrib
ner, delegate at large; Mrs. Sarah Smith,
Mrs. I.htzte Metcalf of Omaha; Mrs. Ksther
McCagtie ot Aurora. Alternates, Mrs. Alio
B. Schleh of Omaha and Mrs. Alice Thorn
ton ot Kearney,
Mrs. Ilattte L. Williams of Holton, Kan.,
represented the national department at the
Gettysburg Circle No. 48 of Omaha pre
sented the department with a handsome
silk flag. Qartield Circle No. 11 of Omaha,
presented the new department commander
of the Grand Army of the Republic, John
Uelner, with a handsome bouiiuet ot flow
ers. The retiring department president, Mrs.
CTsara Lyons of Omaha, was presented
with a handsome gold budge by the depart
ment. TlM) department, through Mrs. Llxzie Met
calf, department organizer of the Ladles
of tha Grand Army, presented the Fair
bury High school with a large framed
portrait of President Lincoln.
HILL SHORTENS HIS LINE
Will Save Sixty Miles Into the Big
TO SPEND OVER MILLION DOLLARS
Dnrlaa Miller, President of Darling
ton, Mow In the Big; Horn Basin
with G. W. Holdreae, Gen
In order to shorten the route from Bil.
lings to the Big Horn basin the Burlington
road ts planning to expend approximately
11,000,000 by building a new line from Scrlb
ner to Fromberg and tearing up the pres
ent line between Scrlbner and Toluca.
Darius Miller, president of the road, is at
present in the Big Horn basin, In company
with George W. Holdredge, general man
ager, and the new assistant general man
ager, II. J. Horn. The decision to remodel
the Burlington map came after the officials
visited the places Interested and saw how
the land lay. The proposed change'wlll
shorten the line from Billings to the Big
Horn basin by about sixty miles.
The old line between Scrlbner and Toluca
will be torn up, as It has been Judged a
roundabout route to Billings. The new
plan will be to connect with the Northern
Pacific at Fromberg, making this the di
rect transcontinental route to the north
west to connect with tne-new line which
Is being built through the Big Horn basin.
At present the road ts under construction
as far as Powder river, where the North
western is used to Guernsey. Eventually
the Burlington . will have its own road
front Omalis to Fromberg, Mont.
From Greece to
When you want what you want when
you want It, and want it la a hurry, ad
vertise for It In The Bee.
William Mevatts, 2007 Camden avenue,
frame, fl.SuO; l'r. II D. Mason, Forty
first and Corby, II. W0; Lloyd IX Willis,
UM Park avenue, brick apartment, $14,000,
Mrs. T. O. blarr, 2101 South Eighteenth,
Masourides in Omaha to
in Trial of South Omaha
JCris Masourides, brother of the man who
shot Officer Edward Lowry In Soutli
Omaha and arrived In Omaha Friday
to help in the murder trial which
will begin Monday In district court
Kris Masourides has traveled ull the
way from a little village near Athens
in Greece, his expenses having been in
part defrayed by Hs fellow townsmen.
' He Is moro hopeful of a favorably out
come of the new trial than is tho prisoner
whose altitude is one of passive resigna
tion to what the fates may have in store
for him. The hanging verdict which the
Jury brought in Just a year ago in dis
trict court seems to result In the dlspirll
ment ot the Greek whose affray with the
officer resulted in the South Omaha riots
in February of 1H09.
. Kris Masourides, after arrival here, first
visited his brother in Jail and then had
a lung talk with J. M. Macfarland and
James Rait of counsel for the Greek. Since
then ha had been helping all he can to
find desired witnesses.
Active preparations lor the trial are be
ing made In the office of the county at
torney and three mure . witnesses were
subpoenaed Saturday. : These are Dr. T. C.
Little and Deputy Sheriffs Thompson and
Speculation attaches to the part which
Lillian Brcese will play In tha second
trial. She was put on the stand by the
prosecution at. the first . hearing and her
testimony later impeached in part by her
statement made to the county attorney a
day or two following the shooting.
In the statement to the official she swore
that the Greek fired first; on the stand
she intimated that it was the other way.
It Is declared that a strenuous effort will
be made ' this time as at the first trial
by the prosecution U secure a verdict of
Can You Beat It?
After Being Sentenced to Peniten
tiary He and Fal Rob Office
Men In the sheriff's office iiave discov
ered why Bennio Thomas and John Nolln
went smiling out of tho office after being
sentenced to four years each In tho peni
tentiary. The youths were left alone In an
Inner room while the patrol automobile was
Saturday deputy sheriffs discovered that
a desk in the room had boen ransacked
and a pnek of playing cards and other
trifles had been taken.
to his friends that he was suffering from
the disease which finally claimed him. He
was a robust man a year ago, but of lata
had been falling.
His sons are Herbert, Samuel and Fred
H. Garlow. The latter is ot North Platte
at the Scouts' Rest ranch. He married
Irma, a daughter of W. F. Cody, three
years ago. Mr. Garlow's daughters aro
Mrs. Joe Walker and Mrs. N. R. Bryson.
With the exception of Fred H. Garlow, all
live in South Omaha.
Funeral arrangements have not yet been
made, and It is not determined that an
Inquest shall be necessary.
JOSEPH L. GARLOW IS DEAD
Prominent Stockman of South Oninha
Suddenly Strlrken from Heart
Trouble Ailing; Some Time.
Joseph L. Garlow, a prominent stockman,
retired, died Saturday morning at 9:30 of
heart trouble, falling suddenly ill upon the
streets at Twenty-third and I, near tho
Christian church. He was seen by the
passing citizens and carried Into the home
iof Mrs. C. D. Wilson, 2207 I street, where
rr. C. M. Schlndel was hastily summoned
Nothing could be done to relieve the severe
syncopation of tho heart and he died soon
after the aiylval of the doctor.
Mr. Garlow was 65 years old and had been
In business in South Omaha for many
years. Early in his life In the city he
was a prominent and prosperous stockman
at tho yards. About five years ago lie re
tired from active business in that direction.
I-ater fos a short time he engaged in the
real estate and coal business in the offices
formerly occupied by Christie' Bros. lat
terly, with his son Herbert Garlow, he
conducted a pool hall, the Brunswirk, at
Twenty-fourth and M streets.
Mr. Garlow had been living with one of
his daughters, Mis. Joe Walker, at Twen-
jty-first and I streets. He had been ailing
for more than a year, und It was evident
VINS0NHALER HOLDS GROUND
Lawyer's Garnishment In Prntt Case
In Allowed to Stand by
Judge Kennedy refused Saturday to dis
miss the garnishment secured by X). M.
Vinsonhaler In the litigation with Mrs.
Julia Montgomery Pratt. Two weeks ago
the garnishment secured by II. C. Brome
was dismissed. Mr. Brume hus filed hi
reply Ir. district court to Mrs. Pratt's an
swer and counter claim. Brume assert.' i
that he advised Mrs. Pratt not to bring tf
divorce suit and sayB she insisted on it.
Depositions have been filed by Mrs. Pratt's
Boston attorneys, asserting that Vinson
haler and Brome refused overtures to settlo
tho case, after which they dealt with E.
DEATH SUDDENLY CALLS
BABY HEIR OF WEALTH
Edward Hayden Store, Son of Mr. and
Mrs. Adolph Store, I'mra Away
at Home of i run dm other.
Edward Hayden Storj:, tho 2-months son '
of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph KtorB, died at noon
Saturday at the home of his Krundmothfr,
Mrs. Edward Hayden, Twentieth and Cass
The cause of the baby's death la not def
Irltely known. The Illness was of short
Woman s Power
Woman's most glorious endowment is the power
to awaken and hold the pure and honest love of a
worthy man. When the loses it and still loves on.
no one in the wide world can know tbe heart Jony
he endures. The woman who sutlers from weak
ness sod derangement of her special womanly or
ganism toon loses the power to sway the heart of
man. Her general 'health suffers and she lose
ber good looks, her attractiveness, ber amiability
and ber power and prestige at women. Dr. K.V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N.Y. with
the assistance of his stiff of able physicians, bat prescribed for and cured many
thousands of women, lie bss devised successful remedy for woman's ail
ments. It it known at L)r. Pierce't Favorite Prescription. It it positive
specific for the wesknetset and disordert peculiar to women. It purines, regu
lates, ttrengtbent and heals. Medicine dealers telt it. No konnt dealer will
advise you to accept tubstitute in order to make a little larger profit.
IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STIIONG,
SICK WOMEN WELL.
Dr. Pttuant Ftllf ngulste mat Uroagibta Stomach. Lh.tr 0f Bowels
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