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VOL. XL-NO. l'4.
OMAHA, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 16, 1910.
SINGLE COPY, TWO CENTS.
The Omaha Daily Bee.
WlUl1iR-v.R-..,tnH "1 8 L. auto-"
tuie poet curd me
j-oiaing rooket Xodaks Sll,s Into
any toat pocket. N. .. J A tlB.OO
F1..f Kg?" N. S r.r pictures SHI
tt lnche 95.00
fllldlng Tripods. $1 value SOe
P.-iby I.lRiit, Oil PuminR, II. 00 ni
ne, for 60o
i-.si.tmen Clue Printer Ptst Card,
Eastman Bollo Tout Cards, 2 d'.i. .85e
Acid Hypo, 1 pound 16o
Crystal Hypo, 1 pound Bo
50c Books of Fiction 25c
Cood old stauiard fiction in new editions good paper
and bindings includes such titles as:
Airy Fairy Lillian,
Count of Monte Crlsto,
House o nthe Marsh.
I -ens Rivers,
Tale of Two Cities,
t 1 if Hurlng July and August Store Closes at
I t 1 O'clock. Saturday at 10 P. HI.
Best Style 2,00 Corsets at $1.20
Tliis is one of cur regular $2.00 numbers, with
an extra" long pkirt extension, medium high bust
with shirring string at top. Made of best eoutil and
fitted with two pairs heavy hose supporters. This
offer is for Saturday only. Best and most desirable
kinds all sizes at $1.20.
Velocipedes, Etc., Etc.
Su;:imer playthings are
he:v iu proa test variety.
These few extras for Sutur
I:r shfiiild interest.
Drugs and Toilets
' Saturday Sale
Pearl Mounted. Manicure Seta four
I0o Java Rice Powder for 8to
Nail Buffers, with removatle chamois
Flexible Nail File. 4-inch IBo
Colgate's 60c Perfumes, ounce ...85s
Palm Olive .60o Cold Cream ,.B6o
$1.50 Oriental Cold Cream for ...Mo
4711 White Rose Glycerine, 2Sc
soap, for 18e
Peroxide, It os. size. 75c value.... 86o
Peroxide. 4 ox. lr.e. :5c value ....bo
Warner's Sodium Phosphate, 60c size.
Magic Straw Hat Cleaner, tuba... .100
Daisy Fly Kilter. 2 for 86o
Tancle Foot Fly Paper, 25 double
soeele, for aoo
Odd Lines Women's
A Saturday Clearance Splendid
lisle and mercerized vests, lace
and medallion trimmed, with silk
taped neck and arm; all strictly
the best 35c and SOc values. We
are simply closing out tbe broken
assortments; that's the a
reason -for the rednc- 9
tion. Each; .
Hen's Silk H'dkfs
Full size fancy Bilk handkerchiefs.
some colored borders, some col
ored grounds with fancy patterns
odds and ends, but
all good 3 So values; to
J? ft J
CTinlllBlialag CtwMalaJlnT SjfT Clll la ClIWIWlJ CLsMssiaW
On AH Men's, Young Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits
What more can we say? "Half price now" it's a simple statement, but really, one of the strongest we
ever made on clothing;. It applies on all suits for men and boys, in both our main floor department and second
floor boys' section. There are no strings attached to the offer. No conditions to comply with; no exceptions 'of
any sort. You simply select any suit your fancy dictates, pay us half the original price and the suit is yours.
If it needs a little altering to make a more perfect fit we'll make the change gladly without a cent of extra cost
to you. Who wouldn't spend a dollar to get two dollars in return? Just in proportion to the amount you spend
can you measure the savings you'll make. When you pay us $15.00 for a suit you'll have saved $15.00; on a
$10.00 suit your gain is $10.00, and so on.
It's one of the select clothing stocks of the town, too. Every suit is fairly bristling with good style and is
a marvel of tailoring exactness. ,
h i: J fed
a.4. fm mt9 aao
' Small site
riOBee Ooactar Waeena
Hrrail iron wheel aona.
' Largs Iron wheel wsgona
rioaeer All Stel Waroas
. . 83 as
. . SO. 00
1 1 2b stke cut to
'. 0 Ika cut to ....
II 7S aire cut to
Tin Fire Velocipedes. ai.tS, $1.1
Child's Oo-Carts. foldltm. all
10c Transparent Drawltijt Hlat
Japanese Lanterns, per doien
s . .o
Goods 2 Per Ct. OH
Most yf these goods tire
new slipments. Tyro S;ts,
Placques, Boxes, Stools, Tio
Racks, Jewels, etc. Every
thing in the department for
Saturday at a quarter off.
Our Week End
rem chocoiatx bat
Bennett's Fluffeats Chocolates Fin
est f0c quality, per 29c
Chocolate Dipped Caramols Freshly
made for us tor Paturday 1Qe
shoppers. 40c quality, lb
Maraaokltio Oaerrles Chooolate
dipped, Bennett's best oc 39c
quality, per pound
Cluster Hair Puff
Large size clusters, some with
"Billy Burke" curls, real human
hair; mostly dark
shades; splendid val-
lies for Saturday.
Sale Linen Collars
For women; plain and embroidered
goods in "correct summer styles,
usually selling at 12 Vic and 15c
each; all sizes; Saturday spe
cial at 4 for 25c; .
Neckwear Way Down
100 dozen late summer novelties
Jabots, stocks, Dutch collars, etc.
every conceivable style
actually worth to $1.00
each; for Saturday, at. . . .
Lace Lisle Hose
We repeat our most sensational offer
50c qualities plain black, lace
lisle and fancy hose. Including
pink, blue, nile, reseda q
and lavender shades stJC
High grade embroidery wash silks,
most any color or shade, well
known brand retailing at 4c a
skein; our special offer
4 skeins for 5c;
Women's Union Suits
Almost half the usual cost. Thin,
cool summer garments, low neck
and no sleeves, all sizes :p to 9.
Knee lengths, all per- fA
feet goods, lace trim- M
med, for Mv
Saturday Shoe, Clearance
No let-up to stoek-Teducing these days. The whole family can
be fitted out with summer shoes at a big savings. AH overstocks
must go at any cost. Profits have been thrown to the winds. , There
never was a better time for shoe buying than right 'now. Every
I line itemized is cut in rjrice ast stated. The bargains are most" un- '
Hen's Low Shoes ;
COO pairs of oxfords, in patent colt, tan
and dull leathers, button and blucber
Btyles, all new, up-to-date lasts; ll
widths and sizes we fit every ar
pair. Best $3.50 and $4 shoes. ej&eu)
Clearing Boys' Shoes;
Several hundred pairs odds and ends
box calf, patent colt and vlcl shoes
boys', youths and Uttie men s sue
$2.00 and $2.50 values
Hisses' and Girl's Pumps
os-ni iitli ioAthr niirinn at
JT ILLtU ly V.U11 UU auM- wr-
radically reduced prices.
$3.00 Pumpa for -52.50
$2.50 Pumps for .$2.00
.$2.25 Pumps for.. K2.00
$2.00 Pumps for. . t i . . . . -81.50
Women's Oxfords '
Smart, up-to-date summer footwear, la
blacks and tans many. Btyles, all new.
and desirable, $3.00 values never
better values than thiB; jj
Barley's & Sterea's Samples
Boys' and Girl's Shoes
Just for one 'day, .we give you choice of
$2.25 to $3.50 'show for boys sizes
ZM and 4; youths', 11 H and 12;
misses'. 12 to 13 V4; childa',
9 to 10 pair
Misses and Girls' Chocolate and Tan
rumps Sizes 8 to 11. 11 to 2.
ZM, to 6, and all $2.00 to $2.75
Barefoot Sandals, 85c and $1.25 values,
An Extraordinary Large
List of the Host Popular
Song Hits A
". Ko sheet mu6ic store In the west fea
tures such a wonderful variety of 10c
songs as Bennett's. We have everything
worth having. Many at lOe for which
others are , still" asking 18c and 25c.
Keep ,1a touch with thla live music
corner. Come In and tear the splendid
musical program daily by our soloist
Y.'e have a thousand 10c songs, but
space permits the mention of a. few of
the late big selling numbers.
Uarden of Roses.
Old Gray Bonnet,
Net to Your Moth
er Who Do n
Meet Mo Toutnt In
I've Lout My Gal.
Happy all the Time.
Come lnwn Nellie,
When the Lalle
I Like You Too.
Down Among the
Bye, Wye learlo.
Oh, You Blondy.
lear Old Tennesaee,
Carry Marry Harry,
What'a the Use of
I've Found a Girl,
My Old UirL
Young Spring Chickens
For Fryin. Bif Shipment
just bm tbe Couatrr, !k.
Prime IUb Roast,
rolled and all
bones out 12 H C
Fall Lamb Legs,
per lb... . .9H
Choice Pot Roast,
lb.. .lie and 8
Veal Roaata, per
lb. . . .11c and 9
Veal Chops, per
Iamb Chop, loin,
per lb..., 12H
Boiling Beef, six
lbs for . . .25
Lamb Stew, per
lb. .. 4
Veal Steve, per lb.,
Calumet H a m a,
2,000 lbs. on sale;
per lb 20H
Lard Any brand.
3-lb. pails.. 48
6-lb. pails.. 80
10-lb. palls. 1.63
ELBEHTA PEACHES Finest Texas
freestone peach that grows, crate of
Lemons, 4 0c size,
per dozen . .30
Fancy Peaches, a
basket 15 A
CaL Red Plums,
4 basketa to crate.
CMS. basket 30
Ripe Bananas, per,
New Potatoes, per
grown, 3 beads
grown, head.. 5
Green Onions, four
hunches . . . . .5
roasted, quart 5
Take the Almost Half Off Savin That's Yours, On Two Lots
of Chic New Waists, $1.25 and $2.50
There isn't a woman who sees them but-who will want one .or more. ' The
styles and designs are wonderfully beautiful and the materials of such superior
quality that it's a real delight to find them so cheaply priced.
Most of them are low neck models exquisitely. wrought in delicate laces, tiny
tucks, hand-embroidered, etc. .They come to us fresh from their .tissue. paper
wrappings at a great price concession. A New York maker was clearing up the
factory stocks. There must be two dozen different styles. The $1.25 lots are
really $2.00 values; the $2.50 lots are $1.00 and $4.50 garments. Going away for
2f a vacation! rack a few of these with. your outfit. 0k f
They are fresh and crisp ready to put on and wear 5h A tl
clearing Day for Hisses' Wash Dresses
$2.95 is the new price for dresses that were $5.00-and $7.50. They are for
young women of 13 to 17 years. Each dress is in the season's most approved
style Princess and overskirt models in Swisses, lawns, plain and fancy ging
hams. They are high and low neck dresses and sailor styles the best tan, blue,
pwa. ouauco, aa n til ao uaieu . otwuruay lOr IirSl lime We rC i f
offer choice of the line embracing 150 garments tV'
Our Greatest Sale of Shirts
We have had some big shirt events other years, but this one
out distances them all. Thousands of shirts have been sold in the
last two weeks because the better values were so clearly appar
ent. Our bigger buying brought us the bigger opportunity for a
bigger sale.. We took every advantage open to us to get a low
price. "We give you every advantage to do likewise now. " -
The shirts' are pleated and plain, the materials are dependable
madras and percale, the patterns are pleasing and colorings are
excellent. Coat styles with cuffs attached or detached.
The last lots of our purchase have been brought from the
stock rooms for Saturday, making assortments as unbroken as on
the first day.
$1.00 and $1.25 Shirts
$1.50 and $1.75 Shirts
$2.00 and $2.50 Shirts
ing at. .
lib ....... ........... ...... . . . . 4 . ,
Foulard and Lawn Dresses We shall have on
display more new arrivals Saturday. Light,
thin cotton foulards In silk patterns; low necks
and short sleeves. Same styles in ai nr
light, airy lawns at 7'l.eft)
Little Girls' PreRfces 2 to 6-year sizes, made of
best ginghams in pretty styles 75c, CO
89c and $1.25 values; clearing at .37 C
Whlto Muslin Skirts Z yards wide, 20-inch
flounces, embroidery som e of hemstitched
tucks six distinct styles
Cambric Drawers Crossbar and em- r A
broidery ruffles, five styles, 75c values. . .31C
c distinct styles J
Wool Tailored Suits We continue to close out
the balance of our wool suit stock. ti(l
About 60 models, values to $40; now.... $ IV
3fl.OO and $40.00 Silk Dresses $23.00 Our en
tire stock foulard, pongee and taffeta Bilks
the best we have shown; big va- 4r
riety of fetching Btyles )2l
Gray Tailored Skirts For summer wear, light
in color, striped worsteds, full pleated ajar
18-gore models....; ??ser9
Corset Covers Fine nainsook, exquisitely de
signed in dainty laces, etc. 75c rn
' values i)ifC
S'mTif Brassware at Half
Our entire stock in a great clearing
There are hundreds of pieces new, de
sirable articles of many sorts.
$6.00 Hammered Brass Jardlneres . $3.50
$3.75 Hammered Brass Jardlneres. $1.84
$5.00 Braes Tea Kettles, red. to .. $3.50
$4.50 Brass Den Lanterns, red. to. $2.23
$2.00 Brass Vases, several styles... W8c
$1.75 Brass Vases, several styles... 85c
39c Brass Fern Dishes, red. to. . . . .15c
$1.98 Brass Candle Lamp and Globe. 08c
$1.50 Brass Candle Stick, red. to. . .75c
$1.98 Brass Candle Stick, red. to. ...98c
Also Trays, Powder Boxes, Hair Re
ceivers, Match Holders, Card Trays, Ash
Receivers, etc. all at half.
Kitchen and Home Helps
at Big Sayings
20 gal. Garbage Cans,
Pails, 25o values
4 gal. Oak Finished Water Cooler, $2.50
25c Shaker Flour Sifters, special. . 15
75c Nickel Plated Trays, red. to. .49
10c Wire Photograph Holders for..5t
-Qt Preservlns Kettles, Stransky ware.
8 5e value 4So
$2.88 Daley Clothes Wringers, reduced
1 0c Dust Pans, reduced to So
26o Bath Tub Seats, reduced to l&o
Ho Garden Hose, splendid auaJlty So
Steel mantrea. Gas Kaiures, Laws Blowers
res. was auuurea, uwi Blowers
Saturday Sales in the Grocery
Flour, sack ..1.80
And 80 stamps
OH Sardines, per
Herrlns, can . . .100
per can So
Chef Boneless Her
ring, per Jar . . .So
Hubbard Squash, B.
W. H. brand, north
16c, 1 cons for 16o
sour quart.... 100
And 10 a lam pa
Cheese, full cream,
per lb aOo
And 10 stamps
fcwl.s, lb 86e
And 20 stamps
E. C. Corn Flakes.
pkgs. for 85o
And 10 stamps
Capitol Baking Pow
der, t-lb. can S1.00
And 100 stamps
Capitol Extract, at.
per bottle ISO
And 80 stamps
Tea Special Japan
Tea. Oolong- Ouu
powder and Eng
lish Breakfast, at.
lb Mo and SBo
With each pound,
M. lb. Capitol lep
Tea Rlftlnft-a, lie
quality, pkg. . .180
Double stamps on
Lemon Cakes, lb. lao
Beat 'Em All Soap
nine bars for..8So
Wiggle Stick Blueing
largo attrka. .860
And 10 stamps
1,000 lbs. Bennett's
for Friday and
rtn.st Country But
ter direct from the
farm, per lb. . .860
Bennett's Best Cof
fee, usually 86c.
per lb. 300
Coffee, usually 2fto
per lb., at 8o
Oalllard OUvo Oili
bni.il bottle . .840
And 80 stamps
Medium bottle 45o
And 40 stamps
Rolled Mop Herring,
per can BOo
Fish Balls. In boui
llon, per can. . .loo
Milk. cans. v too
Newport Catsup, per
And 10 stamp
And 10 stamps
Jap Rice. 7c grade.
i Iba. for 80s
Muatard. Jar . 10
And 6 stamps
Bnlder's Pork and
Beans, can . . . . ISo
And 16 stamps
S. W. C. Table Syrup
at. can 12s
And 10 stamps
Hen's Anu Crackers,
fresh baked, very
delicious, pkg., lbo
And 10 stamps
JIfalta Commiisioner Aka tiiat the
Weeds Be Cut for Saenjer
The city health department wants beip
from everybody In geti:ng Omaha Into good
appearance for tbe Saangerfest.
"It would greatly lmj-ovo the looks of
the streeta. ays Health Cornmteslc nur
Connell, "If every property owner and
householder would rut his own weeds with
Mit waltiug for an order or a boUca (root
our office. The Impression made upon our
visitors will bo greatly Influenced by things
of this sort. A general notice to all em
tens to cut their weeds and keep up the
appearances of their property ought to be
understood for this special occasion."
REAL BATTLE OF THE CENTURY
Oataka. aad Cuamell Blaffs Elk t
Cvatest Other Side t
, . the River.
The first challenge base ball game be
tween the Omaha and Council Bluffs Elks
will be played Saturday afternoon at Ath
letic park. Thirty-fourth aid Broadway.
Council Bluff a. game to be called at 8.31
p. m. Tbe line-up for Omaha will be as
follows: Dr.. L. B. Van Camp, catcher;
Dr. t. av'Ooet. pitcher; Ioa.a L Abbott.
first base; R. R. Grotto, second base; W.
N. Chambers, shortstop; F. J. McShane,
third base; Alex C. Reed, left field; William
E. Baehr, oenter field; Dan B. Butler, light
field. Substitutes: John T. Coffey, J. E.
Robertson, W. B. Taylor and L Q. Lund.
. lajared la a Klsw
cr bruised by a fall, apply Bucklen's Arnica
Saive, Cures bums, wounds, sores, eciema,
piles. Guaranteed. 85c. For sale by Beaton
Oklak.MS Hiarrt De.tltate.
OKLAHOMA CITY. Okl., July li.-Pennl-leas
because of this long - strike, many
miners la the coal districts of this state
are said to be In destitute circumstances.
An appeal to the Stale Federation of Labor
has been made In their behalf.
Tbe Key to the 8!tatUo Bee Wut Ada
GOLD MINE WAS THE BAIT
CloalasT Cheater ef Swladle Operated
hy Aa.erlre.ae la Great
A federal grand Jury la Philadelphia Is
investigating the International swindling
operations of Emll A. Starkloff and George
A. Poet, and the government's two most
Important wltnes.es are the Rev. William
Bodeo Bladon. vicar of Shottermill, Surrey,
England, and Edgar Morris, a well-to-do
London solicitor, now In Nsw Tors. The
Englishmen wore Induced by the Untied
Elates government to come across the
ocean and to testify to their experieoae
with Siarkluff and Post, expenses being
paid by the government.
SLarkloff and Post, at liberty on Itl.OuO
ball, are acouaed of Lavlug; cleared an
thing up to 81,000,000 from Englishmen and
Scotchmen through a ehopplng-by-mall
system of selling gold mines and other In
tangible property. In the caae of the vicar
of Shottermill and the London solicitor,
a Colorado gold mine figured. It Is said.
The visitors aro two of scores alleged
to have been baited by Starkloff and Post
It Is reported that negotiations were first
opened with ths vU-ar, a letter alleged to
have been written by Post reminding the
clergyman that years ago be had be
friended the author in a time of trouble
and, la return, having subsequently at
tained to a state of prosperity, ths author
desired to put his benefactor into posaes
,slon of a valuable mining property. It was
said to bo worth anywhere from '8600.000
to fl.O00.000. but In order to aefray expenses
t20.0u0 would be necessary.
It la said that the vicar bad no recol
lection of tho kindness extended years
ago, but having tmpilolt faith In the
American's letter ho was ready to Invest
in tho Colorado mine. Hs took bis good
friend Morris into his confidence, but
neither man paid much. If anything, on
account, whereas at tho time that they
were preparing to come to this country,
ostensibly to keep an appointment with
Post in New York, the exposure hero re
sulted In the arrest of the two men. Post
While it will cost the government sev
eral thousand dollars to get ths partic
ular story of thla aliased attempt to swin
dle before tho grand Jury, It is understood
that tho Washington authorities sro de
termined to put an end to "bunco" schemes
of this order.
Starkloff and Post occupy sumptuous
homes la Wynnewood, s fashionable suburb
of Philadelphia. They fostered the Imprest
alon that they were wealthy retired bank
ers, and, sensational as ihelr arrest was.
they have since maintained their Inno
cenoe. According to ths government
agenu, bundles of alleged incriminating
letters will be offered in evidence against
them. New York Post.
"Do you ever think, Ueorre. dear," said
she. and her voice waa .oft and low, as
befitted the perfect beauty of the night
"do you ever think how closely true hap.
plnesa la allied with tears?"
"I don't believe I ever do." admitted
George, "but I will if you like."
"Yes," she went on. gaxlng up Into hi
face. "When one la truly and wholly
happy, George, dear, th-re is but little to
divide laughter from tnrs."
"Well, that's a fact." assented George,
dear, "but I never thought of it beforo.
After all. there's nothing but the nose."
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