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THE OMATTA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 10. 1010.
IKOA ( JE3Uii
All llir MN mil DiMlt
Women'. Male Tlrial
Plain mil In-c
All Our Tftr guality
J tj Yard Long
Clearing aale price,
linen dept., ClC
and tucked, clearing
FANCY SILKS, at 25c a Yard
Ages from 2 to (,
50c quality, 2d
50c Vitality Kitr
Wide Torkejr ned
Double width, on
salo in linen
Including jabots, embroid
ery and lace trimmed stock;
collars and Dutch collars h
worth up to 25cj
clearing inle J f
6,000 yards of EOe and. 60c silks, this
season's latest novelties, beautiful silk
and satin jacquard, Tussah cords, shan
In all colors tn both
In black and colore, one and
tung, ailk stripe homespun, in plain,
clearing Bale .. . .
tile and floral pat
dotted and cord effects,
latest colorings, per
Oa Sal la Bamn
3d floor . .
r : 1,1 If il ..,,.-..... ii..... IF
All tl French
In neat rlntings on light
grounds, hIko plain colors,
the regulaj- price is 18c it
Qingbam Iipt. Basement
From the bolt, for chil
dren's dresses and
aprons, -worth up to'
basemeut,Jit . ...JC
.All Silk Taffeta
R lMuIn ftnd fuatiil taffeta, fnnrv
plalilx ami cherk. Dresden
and florul. up to 6 Inches
wide, black and color, worth
EVERY ITEM HERE
IS AN EXTRA SPECIAL
You will find the moat won
derful bargains of the year In
All Onr Double and Triple Fold
White and Colors
LACE AND NOVELTY
Worth t'p To BOc Yard,
clearing aale price,
TUXEDOS AND NETS
Of every variety, blacks and
colors, also ailk chiffons that
sold ur to ROe a (
yard, clearing sale C
price, per yard
AT 5 P. M.
at 10 p. m.)
Until September 1st
Kindly arrange - to do your
shopping before 5 o'clock In
There Never Before Was a Sale Like This in Omaha
Every Dollar's Worth of Summer Goods Must Go at Once
up to I oc a
Mala noor Hw Stor
llcgnlnr 18c Quality
and FRENCH LAWN
On utile in wash goods dept.,
rinlii and Fancy
For aproru. children's war,
etc., all the odd lot and ram-
nanta of desirable
value up to 16c
yard, at, yard
Bargain Square Bamn
, niiu i win-
Neat Shamrock, clover and
leaf designs on soft linen
7 gore skirt,
worth 9, at
Soft Swiss and batiste fabrics
with deep ill u r o 1(1 e I' e d
flounce, panels and line of
white and colors,
. worth up to fl2,
iu nut) ui
Shadow Ml ripe
Fine range of the fashion
able colorings, including
Main rloor OBTaw Store
Hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of the finest summer merchandise is to be sold for just a fraction of the prices we asked a few weeks ago. You'll find
scores of amazing bargains in every department. Everything must be sold quickly. j
GREAT CLEARING SALE OF
WOMEN'S FINE WAISTS
The largest assortment of fine qual
ity sheer lawn and lingerie waists
we have ever shown, with Dutch
necks, turn over collars, lace trim
med high necks and new tailored
effects, the kind that sell QQ
for $1.50 and $2.00, ff
special Monday, at VVv
All Our Well Known "Opera Waists,"
exquisite models, daintily trimmed and
hand embroidered, at one-half the regular
All Our High Grade Waists Im
ported, hand embroidered models, beauti
ful lingeries, chiffons, silks, etc., at
greatly reduced prices.
$5 Lace, Silk and Net Waists. $1.98
Verv snecial assortment of lace, silk and net waists.
clever, new 1910 models, worth up to $5, 98
special .vp a
Great Clearing Sale of Silks
75c Dress Silks at 33c Yard
The greatest clearing sale of fashionable silks
ever offered. Fine silks from our Hues of 75c
to 98c Cachemere de Soie, Peau de Cygne, Mes
saline, fancy poplins, Roman stripes and small
geometrical patterns. Not one piece of old
silk, all this seaRon's favorites in the
street and evening shades, on great
bargain square, main floor, new
store, at per yard
Plain and Fancy Silks, 25c Yd.
From 2 to 12 yards and consisting of foulards,
messalines, taffetas, Ottoman, silks, printed
warps, Japanese and Lyons Radium
'silks, main floor, per yard ........ foUC
$1.25 52-in. cream Pan
amaslimit of 10 yards
yards to a customer
crenm only, yard.59c
July Clearing Sale Linens B?.t
Fine Japanese hand drawn work
lunch cloths, center pieces and
scarfs, worth up to $3.00 at,
each .... , 98
Fine hand drawn work scarfs
And lunch cloths, worth up to
$1.00 at, each 5$)
Best Irish linen table damask,
full bleached, 2 yards wide, reg
ular $1.39 value at, yd.f)5g
Beautiful satin finish mercerized
table damask, full 2 yards wide,
75c quality at, yard...49
Odd pattern cloths napkins to
match havebeen sold nearly
all lengths, values up to $4
at, each... -.$1.98
Fine Irish and round thread
German linen pattern cloths
8-4 size, worth $2.26 at,
each .... ...........81.69
100 dozen odd napkins, worth
up to $3.60 at, doz..$1.98
1,000 bath rugs, all sizes and
colors, worth up to $2 on sale
at 49tf 69 and 98
AH our finest huck and damask
towels, worth, up to $1.50 at,
Extra large heavy white fleece
bath towels, values up to $1
15 Inch Fine Embroidered
Flouncing, Skirtings and Cor
set Cover Widths
Swiss, nainsook and cambric, all choice, new de
signs, also wide insertions, main floor bargain
square, many worth 40c a yard Q
at per yard 1C
I2ic Embroideries at 7ic Yard
Fine embroidery edgings, insertions and head
ings, neat openwork designs, worth up to 12Vc
a yard, at per 7 1
at. each 35 and 45
100 dozen 5c Knit Wash Cloths, at, each ......... . 1V3
Great clearing sale bargains in curtains and drap-,
ery goods now going on in basement. Extra specials for
Summer Dress Fabrics Floor
Our 50c Imported Crepe Lisse, ,50c Rosco Silk
dots,' 50c Tuscan Jacquard Silk, 50c Jacquard
Pongee Silk, 50c Satin Stripe Open-
work Seeded Silk, 50c Messaline M
de soie all at, per yard JLj ftU
Dress Goods DepL Main Floor.
Great Clearing Sale
Dresses and Suits
Daintily made lingerie dresses,
exquisitely fashioned and trimmed
with laces and insertions, eyelet
work and embroidery, clearance
$10.00 Lingerie Dresses $5
$12.50 Lingerie Dresses. . . .$6.98
$16.50 Lingerie Dresses. .. .$7.50
$19.00 Lingerie Dresses. ..10.00
$22.00 Lingerie Dresses. . .$12.50
All the more elaborate gar
ments proportionately reduced.
White and Colored Wash Dresses
AVomen's and Misses' white and
colored wash dresses in . figured
ginghams, lawns and chambrays,
etc., with Dutch necks, fancy turn
collars, $5, $6.98, $7.50, $10
Smart New Linen Coat Suits $5
Hundreds of up-to-date linen coat suits, beautifully
tailored, fancy trimmed, 1910 models, actually C
worth $10, clearing sale special
Shantung and Cloth of
Gold, full length 7 TA
Coats-worth $15 ViU
Stunning Pongee and Ra-
. Silk Rubberized llaln Coat
Plain grays, tans and colors,
also fancies light, cool and
jj ' Wrdseye
All widths, worth from
75c to $1 a piece, 10
yard pieces in TQp
All our more elaborate linen
suits, beautifully tailored and
fancy trimmed all new 1910
models at Just half their form
Women's Wool Skirts Newest
styles in panamas, suitings,
voiles, etc. beautifully tail
ored, with new tunic and yoke
effects, $10.00 values
Silk Petticoats Entire stock of
high grade silk petticoats all
colors, plain and fancies, worth
up to $10
Clever Wash Skirts New mod
els of plain gored or pleated
wash ski it a, in CI ft
reps and linen $2.98 to. $1U
Also Shantung: and Motora cloth
Pure silk, in black and.
colors, worth up to 15j
yard, clearing C
pale prico .JC
All the new up-to-the-minute
lr?e pUlda in pink, blue, lav
ender, black and white, nlso
combination of color In tha
new larne beautiful p lutein
mat are no Jiyinn,
colora ara abo
lulely fact, full
32-Inch wide, yd. . .
Otnrham Cpt. Baaamant
Men's and Women's
Narrow and wide hems,
25c quality, at
50c to 69c Pongee Silk3,
Rough Weave, 35c
In naturals, Alice blue, new
tans, new browns, navy,
and French grey,
. at, yard
. Main rloor
Colored Wash Goods
Bedford cords, pique, Otto
man, grosgraln, worth up
to iuc yara,
at. per B S
Wash Goods Dept.-
9-4 size, on sale in basement,
inent, clearing I S O
sale, per yard
aa-lntli Extra Fine
White Persian Lawn
Worth 35c yard, sold from
the bolt, clearing sale,
Figured and white lawn
long kimonos, also white
polka dot kimonos, colored
and white dressing sacques
at reduced prices.
All our better silk dresses at
one-half off the regular price.
BIG AD MEN WILL SPEAK
Leading Magazine and Publcity Men
to Appear Here.
ALL READY FOR THE AD MEETING
I'rotfraiu for Three-Day Seaaloa of Ad
(Tuba la Out and Inclutlea Dinner
Uateailed by Local Piprri
and Mark Kntertalnmeat.
The three-days' program planned by the
advertlslnK cxperta. wtio meet In Omaha
July IS. 19 and 20, for tha annual conven
tion ot the Aasootatod Ad Club of Amer
ica, Includes uddreasea and confidential
talks by aaveral of the leading; magaslne
und publicity men of tha country. Each of
the local newvpapera will entertain the
delegates In a body at luncheon, and among
tha amusement features will be a lung
automobile tour, a night at tha Den, and
a moonlight excursion on the river. Some
of the famoua men. who are down on tha
program, ar Joe Mitchell t'hap)ell, Arthur
Brisbane, Charles Warren Fairbanks, Gov
amor A. O. Kbeihart of Minnesota, and
The complete program la as follows:
Monduy, July IS.
Kegtelratlnn any time after S o'clock a. ni.
at secretin y'e oliloe. Hotel Koine.
K1HST MISSION, :; O'CLOCK. A. M.
Convention hull. Hotel Home.
Call to order rf. C. Oolihs, prevalent As
sociated Advertising Clubs of America,
Invocation Vary Kev. George A. Beecher,
chaplain Omaha Ad club.
AVelcome Kaloli K. Sunderland, president
of tha Omaha Ad club. In charge.
Address Governor A. C. Shallenberger ol
Address Mayor James C, Dahlman of
Address Gilbert M. Hitchcock of tha
Omaha Ad club,
liesponse Kor the South: A. 1.. Lipscomb,
IlcspunaeKor the Kust: Jo Mitchell
Chsppell, Postou. Mp.
ltrsponce Kor the North: A. 11. V'HUder-
berg. Grand tlapiiis. Mich.
Itt-sponse Kor the West: l'et Clayton. t.
Adjournment -II 45 o'clock a. in.
12 O'CLOCK NOON.
Luncheon (liven by Tha Omaha Daily Bee
. and the Twentieth Century Farmer at
RKCOND SI'.SSION. 1:39 O'CLOCK F. M.
Convention hall. Hotel Home.
Address Arthur Brisbane, editorial director
Andreas "Outdoor Advertising." A. K.
Front, legal department Assoctatrd Bill-
rxistrrs and Distributers of Aiuarlcu.
fM'eufciilon ld bv D. O. Hosm, New York
Cltv; K. L. rhiddy, Toronto; J. F.
', it JJealla. Jersey City.
Adiiasa 'Successes and Failure In Ad
vertising."' U H. ficurlock, Kansas City.
Address Lafayette Young, sr., publisher
Tha Dea Moines Capital.
Adjournment 4:80 o'clock p. m. '
8:00 O'.CLOCK P. M.
Ak-Sar-Ben Initiation Special cara from
Hotel Roma for "The Den," where visitors
will ba Initiated Into tha Knlghta ot Ak-Sar-Ben,
witness the Incomparable
tragedy. "Halley'a Comet," and be served
a "Dutch" by the Omuha.Ad club.
.Tuesday, Jaly ID.
FIRST SESSION,. 9:30 O'CLOCK A. M.
March from Hotel Home to Brandels -Theater.
Opening Routine business.
Appointment of committees.
Aduress "How a City Should Advertise and
What an Advertising Club Can Do to Aid
It." Herbert B. Houston, vice president
Doubleoay, Page A Co. ,
Address "Advertising Abroad." Charles
Warren Fairbanks, former vlc president
of the United titatea.
Address "Trade Marks." John Lee Mahln,
president Mahln Advertising company.
Address J. V. Hlginbotham,. National Bis
Adjournment 11:45 o'clock a. m.
12 O'CLOCK NOON.
LuncheonAutomobile trip over the forty
mires of Omaha boulevards, arriving at
tha Field club for a luncheon given by
the Omaha World-Herald. 1 ;
SIX'OND SKKSION. 1:30 P. M.
Pavilion of tha Heed Club.
Address A. K. McBee, Street Railway Ar-
vertlslng Company, New lork.
Address "The Country -Newspaper as an
Advertising Mtdlum," W. N. Huse, pub
lisher ot the Norfolk Daily News, Nor
Ai'dress 'Benefits of Organisation, " W.
R. Lmoiy, westorn manager of Every
body's Magualne. .
Address 'Post-Graduate Advertising," L.
K. l'rutt. tha American Art Works, Co
Address R. J. Gunning, former president
the Gunning System, Chicago, ill.
Adjournment J:Jo p. m. bpecial cars to
THIRD SESSION, :M P. M.
Summer Garden, Hotel Rome.
Dinner Given by the Omaha Dally News,
Mel I'hl. president of the Daily News
Address H. D. Wilson, Cosmopolitan Mag
asuie. Address "The Advertising Power of tha
Newspaper." Louis Vv Hey, general man
ager .Sew York Times.
Aoureas "State Au erasing." A. O. Kber
h.tit. Governor of Minnesota.
10 10 P. M.
Moonlight Excursion-Leave Hotel Rom In
special cats fur the docks, where a moon
light ride on the. Missouri river, with
sacred concert by the Kssoo band of Chi
cago will occupy tha later houra of the
Wednesday, Jaly (.
FIRST SL'SMIOX. A. M.
Convention Hall, Hotel Rome.
Address C. M. WkU, representing tha
grocery and allied trade press of America.
Address "Advertising," W. C. Freeman
New York Kvenlng Mall.
Addiese- The Future of Agricultural Ad
vertising," F. B. While of N. W. Ayar
Address "Farm Trade and How to Oat it,"
Marco Morrow, advertising director of
the Capper publications.
Address "The Responsive Chord In Adver
tising," Julius Schneider, Tha Fair, Chi
cago. Adjournment, 12 'o'clock, noon.
8KCOND SESSION, 1:80 P. M.
Convention Hall, Hotel Rome.
Address Presentation of loving cup to club
showing greatest progress and record of
accomplishment, by John Irving Romer,
editor of Printer's Ink, donor.
Unfinished business. Election of officers.
Selection of meeting place for 1911. Ad
Tramp Makes Grim:
Plea for a Meal
Vagrant Frightens Woman by
Threatening to Lie Down and
Die on Porch.
Declaring ha was starving to death and
tired ot life, an .unidentified tramp fright
ened Mrs. R. Q. Dai row, 613 South Twenty-
fourth street, Into Klvlng him breakfast
eaturday morning. Mrs. Darrow saya the
man appeared at her door a few mtnutos
after breakfust - was over and her husband
had disappeared. .
She at first declined to give anything to
the beggar, she says, and thereupon ha
made his singular announcement
"Madame." he said, Mia. Darrow reports,
' If you don't help ma out I ahall He down
on your porch and die, I am about to fall
right now." With those words the tuan
faltered and swayed on his feet till hr:
leaned against tha porch post for sup
post The Intruder's face became deathly pale,
and Mrs. Darrow suffered overwhelming
fright at what the aaw. Gathering her
wits together and telling the man to wail
a moment, she rushed Into tha house aijd
prepared several sandwiches and a cup of
coffee for him, y
Tha tramp received his portion without a
word and attacked it voraciously. When h
had finished the repast ha murmured
"thanks," and disappeared with auprlslng
Arid Ponred lata Asia Esglat.
WKUSTKR CITY, la.. July .-(Ppeclal
Telegram.) After a diamatlc auto run of
four mile Into the country, R. Jeffklna,
charged with pouring sulphuric acid Into
the engines and bearing of thre big autoa
at tha Har.son 4 Tyler garag In this city,
was arrested this morning. Jeftkln I a
mechanic and had been discharged by
Hanson V Tyler.
COUNTY PROPERTY GOES DP
Annual Returns of Assessor Show a
REAL ESTATE GROWS MOST
Valuation lor Year Is Over Eighteen
Million Dollars Greater Than
That of Last Year .New
- ' - Buildings Help.
Annual return of County Assessor
Shilver show tha total valuation of Doug
las county property, real and personal, for
the year. 1910 to be 1ST,1S6,636. Compared
with the total of $169,064,840 for 1909 this
gives an Increase of 118,071, tW5. .
Tha Increased value of real' estate ac
counts for a large part of the general In
crease. Other lactora which helped swell
tha total are new buildings and newly plat
ted additions and tha Increase In capital
took declared by the electric light com
pany and tha (treat railway company.
Following are a few ot the mure Impor
tant ltcma on the assessor' list, with com
parison with last year, giving assessed
valuation, 20 ptr cent of actual valuations:
Iteiulaed Property Mil.
Money in tha banks $ 8,23
Pianos llb,&4 1A,idJ
Meichandlse 2,1-4, 4f 2,l'o,Aot
Diamonds K.ti-'f Jl,41U
Automobiles (U.4A7 104.910
Hors. s 149 871 , 170.444
Cattle So. 4.' 4 t,,ss
National banks "Ou.t-U 6KJ.0.V1
State banks 100.34X n6
Total peiaoi.al, assessed.. 9,7. 14S U.4t6.741
Total leai.eaiaie, asaested 23,!s5,tU) -V-'tl.ttxl
BODY. OF GREGORY ARRIVES
tomes I'nder Kseor.l from Wyoiulug,
Where Mr. Urtorr Was Mem
ber of .National Guard.
Escorted by an escort of national guards
of Wyoming, the body of the Inta George
Gregory, who. died a,t Rlverton, Wyo., July
8, arrived In Omaha Saturday morning for
burial. It was met at the station by mem
bers of the Masonic Blue lodge or this
Burial will be made from 1813 NorUi
Twenty-first treet at 10 o'clock Sunday
Mr. Gregory was 40 years old. a promi
nent Mason and lieutenant colonel of the
Wyoming national guarda. He leave a
widow, who was Mis Margaret Haull, for
merly of Omaha, and two nns.
P. Waldenstorn, Who Founded
Swedish Mission, Stops
Over on Tour.
Dr. P. Waldenstorn, founder of the
Swedish miHslon church, who t making
a tour of the United States for the Swed
ish covenant or governing body of the
church, 1 In Omaha and was entertained
at lunch at the Rome Saturday afternoon,
by the Noonday club. Fifty business men
attended and Dr. Waldenstorn made an
address upon present business condition In
. Saturday evening ha spoke In the
Swedish Evangelical mission church,
Twenty-third and Davenport He will de
liver the sermons In the same church Sun
day morning at 10:30, and Sunday evening
at 8, in place of the pastor. Rev. C. A.
Turnquist. All his addresses while here
will apply directly to present day affairs
Dr. Waldenstorn! who Is a personal rep
resentative of the government and the
church, was for years a prominent member
of the Swedish Riksdag.. He and his wife
are the guests of J. P. Hillqulut, 409 North
Thirty-first street, and will remain In
Omaha until next Tuesday.
SALOON KEEPERS WHO SELL
TO INDIANS ROUNDED UP
sperlal Agent Urvuta Catches Men la
Illicit galea at t'hadron and
Special Agent T. K. Brenta of the De
partment of Justice, has been running down
men who sell liquor to Indians In western
Nebraska, especially around Chadron, Kll
gore, Merrlmun and Valentino. At Chadron
he caused the arrest of Ed Perry and at
Mcrrlman he arrested Floyd Jones and
Frank Rockwell. Other arrests have been
made at Valentine and K 11 gore, but the
names ot the parties ar not known at tha
United States marshal' office.
Special Agent Brent I th government
official who recently caused the arrest of
a number of Omaha saloon keeper on th
am chrg. They paid heavy fines In th
United State court.
Phillip A. Schall. 1911 South Twenty,
eighth, fram dwelling, 13,400; A. N. Or ok,
1317 Martha, tram dwelling, 12,40a
RiIe.V Rag Riles
W. A. Rile is Fined Ten Dollars for
Assault with Disoord and
Assault with Instrumental discord and In
tent to Inflict great mental anguish was a
charge that brought a 110 and costs fine
upon W. A. Rile, 408 North Sixteenth street.
Saturday morning. It appeared from the
testimony, as Judge Dickinson remarked,
that Rile had riled hi landlady, his room
mate and another woman, ny playing on tha
After several of th witnesce had de
scribed Incident, In whloh Rile, the piano
and some 'very unmelodloua air figured,
Judge Dickinson said:
"Tou people seem to bo marked up as
If you had been In a flgh Old Rile pit
you with the piano?"
The witnesses were unable to testify to
that effect, but they told of the harrowing
experience they had undergone merely from
the tonea of th piano.
"I'll tell you. Judge," said Rlie In his
own behalf, "I played the Holy City In rag
and they told ma It was sacrlllglous. Then
I put the soft pedal on "O Oee, I'm Olad
I'm a Boy," and they began making bad
remarks to me. Then I don't know what
OUTING FOR THE ORPHANS
Children of St. James' Orphanage to
Bo Given an Auto Hide and a
Plcnlo at Maaawa.
Omaha Council. of the Knight of Colum
bus will give Its annual outing to th
children of St. James Orphanage Thursday.
Tha children will be given an auto ride
around the city, after which1 th crowd
will b taken to Manawa for a picnic.
Wives of the members ot the local council
will provide a bounteous picnic feast for
th little one and the entire day will be
devoted to the amusement ot th unfor
tunate. W. P. Byrne, manager of Manawa, haa
kindly consented to plaoe at tha disposal
of th party all the concessions at th pop
ular resort and the children will be given
full sway to seek all th pleasure that
are afforded. Inasmuch a thl i the only
outing that will ba held by th council
thta year. It I desired by the committee
In charge that a largo representation of
the member, their f anil lie and friends
be present .
FREMONT FILES COMPLAINT
Club Charges Railroads with Dia
criminating Against Town. jf -
COAL RATES ARE INVOLVED
It I Alleged that Charge from Kan.
ana and Oklahoma ludoly Fa
vor Citle of Omaha and
WASHINGTON, July 9. A coinmerclae
contest among citle of Nebraska wai in
diluted today before the Interstate Com
merce commission by Fremont, Neb. ...'
A complaint was filed by the Fremont
Commercial club sgalnst the Chicago, llur
lington and Quincy Railroad company, and
several pther interstate carrier, alleging
that the rates on coal from point In Kan
sas, Missouri, Arkansas and Oklahoma to
Fremont, were unreasonable, preferential
and discriminatory a compared with th
rates for the same points of origin to
Omaha and Lincoln, Neb. Tho commission
was requested to adjust the rate on an
Twain's Books to
Private Collection of Humorist to Be
. Presented to Redding, Conn.,
by His Daughter.
REDDING, Conn., July 9. Mr. Clai.
ClemeiK-Oabrilowltch, aaughter of tha bit
Sumuel U. Clemens (Mark Twain) Iu
formally notified the director of the Mailt
Twain Free Library In tin place, that she
will present to t.ia' Institution practically
the entire library of htr father, now In hi
late residence, tjtormfleld. The gift in,'
elude nearly 2,&o0 vulumes. Mr. Clemen
drew a check for Ifi.OUl In tavor of the P.aU
dlng Library a few day before hi deafii.
and th money will be used to rect a
building for the Institution.
Permits to wed have been granted tha
Nsme and Residence.
George J. Halley, Omaha
Gertrude Churchill, Sioux City
Frank Keatl, Omaha ,
Ague Flala, Omaha '
Clauda Thompaon, 8,uth Omaha
Sylvia Sawyer, Bouth Omaha V
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