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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1910)
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tFAriKB lUCIl Mill TO Kvery horn, j
i.w.r needs on, all sliea at pattern 1 fill
A FINAL CLEAN-UP
Thursday We Offer You the Choice of
All Our Yomen's Waists
pTetty and prac
tical new styles
for 1910. Beauti
and laoe trim
mings, all sizes,
hundreds of pat
teens. Main Floor.
Greatest waist of
fer of the year. A
half a dollar will
buy a.,niart, up-to-date
has been ' selling
, up to three times
A Showing of Fleischer's YarasK'
Thursday in Notion Dept. Main Floor.
Brandt'isis headquarters for the full line of Fleischer's
yarn." A new,' fresh and complete stock of all colors are now
Floss, at, per
ony, at, per
sted, at, per
Ice Vool and
Special A mixed lot of Fleischer's yarns, of all kinds and
colors, zephyrs' flosses. Saxony, ice wool, etc. , C
elirrli lvr mnecorl tr rp!1 rllt HPT Kkpin . .. WV
O tl 1 7
18 and 22 'Inch Flouncings, Skirtings, Corset Cove'r Em
broideries and Wide Insertions - many worth
50c- yard, at ...
All choice, new designs of Swiss, nainsook and cam
bric bn: big bargain square
Women's fine ribbed gauze
Vests Timed - neck and
arm holes, worth
20c,. at, each .'. .
Women's fine mercerized lisle and
fine cotton Hosiery. Black, white,
fancy and light colors, also fan
cy stripes and checks, . i f IT
worth 25c pair, at, I a)C
Extra Special-Next Saturday
poys acnooi amis
In All the Newest Fall Styles
Thousands of all wool suits, in all size
for school and dressy early fall wear, were
bought by us at a great sacrifice. Theso
6uits- are in the newest styles for fall.
Knickerbocker pants single and double
breasted styles. Watch for later announce
ments '" J .-
Saturday, August 27th, at Brandeis.
BETTER V1GHTS .CONSIDERED
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City Electrician Calls on Commercial
Club, Which Geti Busy.
. HGHTUTQ SCHEME IS DISCUSSED
plaa to Permnneatlr a.lat Tenth,
Farnan m Sixteenth. Street
- Maallar t th Scheme Used'
- "BOO" Block.
The Young School Boy
and His Clothes
Twelve more days then school.
Send the little fellow to his studies looking
his best in good clothes.
They need not be expensive, but good substan
tial clothes with just enough of that style touch
about them to make him feel dress proud. It'll
put vim and "go" into him to know that In the
matter of clothes he 'is on an equality with his
Here's the Last Half-Price Day
in the Boy' Department
Bennett's clothes are the good sort and the
styles boys just naturally take to. They are made
from fine woolens and as carefully tailored as
men's clothing. It's the most durable apparel made
for vigorous boys, and weighty enough for wear
throughout the season.
Any suit in the 2d floor stock is half off.
Sizes range from 3 to 16 years. But come
Thursday, it's the' last half price day.
f 10. OO SUITS . . . $5 OO
7.50 SUITS . . $3i75
6.50 SUITS - 3 25
Kit PANTS, Any up
to tl. 50, for
It's the pick of the stock, all wool
garments in best styles 75c, $1.00,
$1.25 and $1.60 values.
8.00 SUITS 1.50
BOYS' WAISTS r A
ANY IT TO hllP
tl.OO, for ........ ""
White and colored waists, plain or
pleated, collars attached or detach
ed; new, fresh goods. ..
Boys Splendid School Shoes $1.00
A Thursday sale of high shoes for the young school-goer. A
quantity of gunmetal, vici and patent colt shoes from a
well known maker of $2.00 and $2.50 shoes for boys. Sizes
are W2to 2 and 2Vfc to' 5. Save a dollar to a A A
dollar-fifty on a pair vlevU
200 Pairs Dorothy Dodd Shoes $2.48
The last lots from a successful sale- women's high grade,
absolutely first quality Dorothy Dodd pumps, oxfords and
ties, the usual $3.5U and $4 goods. All widths,.
all sizes, many styles in patent leather and
dull leathers, for .1
I Too Much
wor John L.. Kennedy, Mel Uhl. M. T.
Barlow, John W. Robbtna. O. W. Craig-. Dr.
J. P. Ixrd and CommltsWner J'M. Guild.
Omaha This Year
' -v ' '
Enrollment So Far Shows Treshmen,
Sophs,' Juniors and Senior
JJor and better lights for the street
Df Omaha la reform that City Electrician
Michaelntn la trying- to effect, and Wednes
day he sent a 'letter to the Commercial
club asking; It aid.
"The present system la better than It was
before the light were suspended from poles
at the side of the street, says Mr. Uichael
arn, "but there I not enough light yet.'
instead of having single lights suspended
eight . to a"; block y ought to .have a(
leaat twelv pole to a block and each' on
f them ought to have a cluster of five
lights. -iff ! , L -j .
"AH of thaharger eastern cities are adopt
ing clusters for the streets, a they are
more , efficient and more ornamental.
Omaha Is falling a little behind and I
want a competent committee of business
men to discuss th piatter and see what
can be dene." ..'-' .
t lb Gets Bur. ' '
To consider th subject th municipal
affair committee of the Commercial club
met at uooa Wednesday. Ilght members
of th committee and President i V. A.
Nash of th . Omaha Blectrio. Light and
t'ower company discussed th situation.
Th objective Is thet illumination of
Tenth' street tT KTsrnsni, Farnam to th
city hall, and Sixteenth street, north and
kuuta as far aa th business district ex
tends. Handsom ' ornamental standard
bearing- a cluster of light ax planned.
' These will be on th. earn order as th
light and atandards in th "M block."
but more ornamental and elaborate. It
was decided at th meeting ty adjourn tor
a few day that certain data and Informa
tion be gathered about cost of standards,
cost of material, coal of Installation and
of maintenance. Th net meeting will be
called by the chairman of the committee,
Luther I Ko untie. Other member present
The University of Omaha Is already laying-
plans for- th opening of th school
year and those at the head 'of the Institu
tion are looking for a larpe ;. increase In
Already seventy-five, newtattidents have
filed applications for enrollment, which will
bring the attendance at the beginning of
the-' second year of th aeliool close to ion.
This year there will be four classes, seniors.
juniors, sophomores and fkeehman, all tak
ing, the full college course,' t
Work on th new gymnasium on th west
aide of North 1 wenty-fou. th ..street, just
soath of Redlck hall, la progressing rapidly
and the building wll be ready for occupancy
by the time of the opening of th winter
term of th university.
For some Men's Shoes that
are sold at this price.
It's not much when you '
get a pair of our Men's $3.60
Every pair has, more than
$3.50 of value In them.
We don't depend on this
one shoe for our proflts-we
handle hundreds of other
lines and this enables us to
give you better values In this -..
one particular line, than you.,
can find elsewhere.
They are made in patent
colt, - Velour and Box Calf,
All the new lasts and shapes.
A size for every foot, your
money back if you are not
Our fall styles are in and '
awaits your Inspection.-
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Ftvrn&m St
. lali)MMIl - IS
Qrlglnat and Ganulnt
Tha Food-drink (or All Ages.
More healthful than Tea or Cotfee.
Agrees with the weakest digestion.
' Delicious, invigorating and nutritious.
Rich milk, malted grain, powder form.
A quick lunch prepared in a minute.
Take bo snbstitate. Ask for HO RUCK'S.
' 5" Others are imitations.
BIG TRAIN FOR - CHEYENNE
Nearly Ob llandred Omaha. rVeple
Plaa to Take Special to Frostier
Day t ele bra tloyu
Thre big banner will 'mark the loca
tion, of th Omaha special raln while It is
parked at Cheyenne Friday. Saturday and
Sunday. Manners have bean prepared for
th Commercial club, the L.lr Stock ex
change, and th Knight 'of 'Ak.Bar-Ben
and will be strung out along th roadside.
Th Omaha train la to be parked o that a
street He at on aid. Th hour of de
partur ha been Milled upon definitely. It
will btlp.ni Thursday. It I calculated
that ninety-two men and women will be
- A BlMtr Affair
I lung hemorrhag-. Stop It, ajid cur weak
lung, cough and colds with Ir. King's
New Discovery. Mc and tl.00. For sal by
Beaton Lrug co
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Leading; Aajrlcaltairal Paper
of th West, Authority oa
All Matters Pertaining ta th
Farm or Rises, ft u Year.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
On Sale August 25th to
Sept. 9th; Sept. lptn te
Full Information upon
THOS, F. GODFREY,
ra. and Ticket Agent,
1423 Faraam Street,
A Business Chance
Owing to advancing age, th proprietor
of a most successful and exclusive whole
sal grocery house (with a high commer
cial rating), located in one of the most
progressive of mid-western cltle, desire
to engag th service of an energetic
young or middle agad man for an im
portant position whose responsibility will
increase from yar to year. The Import
anca of this position will require th In
vestment of about $26,000, and will create
th position of V. P. or 8. & T.
This 1 an exceptional opportunity to
step into an old established business upon
an Inventory basis. (The nam and prestige
alone I worth several thousand dollars.)
Speculator, trlfler. agenta and men
who cannot present the higher credentials
need not waste postage upon this propoa
ltlon. Only men of proven ability and
wno want to tacai a Mini job are
To the right men every opportunity will
b given for a most rigid Investigation
B 2, Omaha llee.
"Cascarets are certainly See. I gae rleed
n when th doctor was treating htm fereaacer
ot the sioauch. The aeal asoralag he passed
foar plecr of a tape worm. He taea get a bea
and I three days he passed a taae-wena 4S feet
loaf. It was Mr. Matt Freck. ef atnisrsburg,
Lxuphla Co., Pa. I ass ault a worker for Casca
rets. I us taea aiyetlrsad Sad theas ccal
for most say disease caused by taipuro blood.1
Caaa. Ceadoa, Lewtstoa. (MIMI Ce.)
FUsiaet. falatahl. Potent. Tail Ooed.
ro Good Never 8leko,Wake or Grip.
lOo.Uc, SOc. Novor sold hi hulk. The
las tablet atetaaodCCC. Caarsaued te
euro t year oseaey back. SU '
.... Tail's Denial Rooms
Koraad's Danclne- School, 15th and
Bansy Bta Orvhstun Tbeatar Bldg.
Friday, September 2d, 8 P. M.
Duy your tlcketa now and save two dol
lar from regular price. Office hour:
11 a. m. to 8 d. ni.: Sunday I to I d. in.
Telephone Pouglas 2864.
2S to 2S3
THt UADltd SCHOOL of MUSIC la AMERICA
Eminent faculty ol 70. huperinr Ta-hr'i
Tm lulus Sreaol. Public Bchoul Muiic. School
ol Kipression, Physical Culture. t'iiii
riini. Thirty (reescbolsrshlrws wsrd
ed. Fall terse begins Thurrlsy. Seil. Sth.
CUI; m.,1.4 Aw. JOHN J. HATTST AEUT. tn
Hart Conway School ol Acting
dlreoted by H srt Conway .Amertos's frrateat
Uixator la ' Mac
k. at mm mm M 9 M r
THAT delightful beverage with that pleasing,
delicious flavor found in no other beer. Its
because we grow our own yeast and take
the proper time and care to malt our barley in the
old reliable way. It's always uniform in quality
and pleasing to the taste.
Brawad fay MILLER BREWINQ COMPANY, at Milwaukee, Wis.
ORDER A CASE TODAY.
JESSEN LIQUOR COMPANY,
1090 Broadway, Ooaaoll Bluffs, Iowa.
Both Pkoui 70S.
yiOP- WANTED FFMal I- 1
LOST. AND FOUND
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s a"a"uai a am AuvBUani a..ti. . .
a- .... surlpasd. Anwrs to Dsuns Pet Phooe Tyler
or Monday r
R. K. H.ll. ti
Farnam ate ajht
GIKL for e
day; young c
gill iW Fail
GIRL, for- g
doing a soo
care net. Co
lock In good
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a baraaln. 1
A No. 1 cod
fiFPFRED FOR BENL
ingla or aa
Today is Homo Day.
Rorl EeState Dealers
prepared lists, of suitable
erty for homes. ;
The price is low to close.
Buy your home.
Brand new, well built homes are being offered for Bale in
today's Bee on the easy-term plan a few hundred dollars down
balance monthly like rent.
iioms. ' tmtur
7i N. tiih.
This is your opportunity to get a home of your own with the
same money you have been paying as rent.
Make your, selection and" buy now.
. . '
Win sdtl you
of work and
W. F. har,
.. . . .
is. cheap. A.
LT WE. To.
I. llih bt
TRAVKLJNa ealssman, prerer expert-
.i.r Til IS! oi.raM ataar man. acquainted with Nebraaka
Fti. v trV.. T,nn m Hiawatha. N. K trad. I W0. and liberal expense aceount.
Kan" 'm2lS"r?Sr, m.nf du.ng an annual TRAVKLINCJ aaeemaa. leathar good.,
Ivan., employe . fou hunii. eian .i umiim. k
Com and ae us. or writ for furthT In- Mf ronprp. ft. , ....
s. with loo
'thalr wortti. Alia 17'"''" ' lh
US asle; rtiu". I b27 ,v0on. i ,?r
worn. Call Siufcl.".1.?'1 "'r. nut kuUly
wo.th and Park As rn'
RRE6MATISM and KIDREY TK03BLR
ird cmmIIt, gatokl; vnr1 ntrtarkllr with Ksstare'e Om t
it. M LiDliA v lA m ua ttsws. . i iwiMadi usitsa
Book uv. loct a. B. mUwt, Prss.. HxMmm. U4
HOTCLII AND BUMMER RESORTS.
OLD POINT COMFORT
UOATINO. UATHl.NG. Fl&UIAU
bAlLINU, ' OKCIlKStl'llA,
Unlyu s food Culaln.
rGRTilk,ba WuMtua, Lri AUlV-
tary tomi on Ui Atlantic Coast.
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I Uiaitauuu Vvaraaiva.
peelai Weekly aVata Jus to OMobet
Booklet al Onloage. SWek Salaad S)
Vaoifie. and Wabaah KaUroaoa.
Or woitai UEO. r. aoajsta, saw a,
IbMlkt. teofcSkOa. VA,
sEPT. 5to9 l9io
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THE STATE'S BEST PRODUCTS
Don't Fail to Hear the
Now Playing at
ROME'S VINEYARD and
Every Noon and Evening.
WRIGHT BROS. AEROPLANE
LOMDARDO SYMPHONY DAND
AND OPERA CONCERT COMPANY ,
GREAT PACES PATTERSON SHOWS
BASE BALL Fl REWORKS '
NIGHT RACES "VAUDEVILLE .
1 1 T B Tl
F:STULA-p-y VYhcn CURED
"l Kecul lJiseoa cured without a sargica JpK rf '',
c-peratioq. No Chlurolurm, Ether or other Ren- ft
era! aneasthetic ud. CURE GUARANTEED tl f
a . r t rr r? rwm a a r a w . 1 1
WRltC POt BOIC OH PILES AND RECTAL DISEASES WITH TESTIMONIALS II
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