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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 15, 1911)
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W' r(h up to $2.23 t 91.48
Beautiful satin pillow tops with
back and inside pillow com
plete, finished' with cords all
the new floral and conventional
ilefttgns actually t
worth up to L
Three yards mercerized TMllow Corda finished with tassel
ends, all colors regular 25c values, each
18 and 22-inch Fine Embroidered Flouncings, Skirtings,
Corset Cover Embroideries, Wide Insertions and 9fp
Galloons, worth up to 50c, at uO
All choice, new designs big bargain square.
18-inch FANCY ALLOVER LACES at 39c a Yard .
Crochet, filet, guipuir'e, oriental, fancy striped and tucked
effects for whiists, yokes, etc. white cream Ql
and ecru worth up to 75c yard, at, yard J L
Tine Silk EMBROIDERED NET BANDS and GALLOONS
Some with metallic effect's, Persian effects, steel, black,
white, champagne, navy, etc., up to 3 inches 4 fp
wide, worth up to 50c yard, at llv
Victrola Grand Opera Concert Wednesday , Noon
In Assembly Room Balcony Pompeian Room
Concert every noon la free. You are welcome. Friday afternoon
at 3:00 o'clock, the second of our series of afternoon mustcales.
Prominent Blugers will appear. It Is free.
JAR of PALM OLIVE
with the purchase of
SIX CAKES OF
PALI OLIVE SOAP for
DUNN WILL. FORCE VIADUCT
Givei Ultimatum to Great Western
MANDAMUS '.. HEARING FRIDAY
If Com pa ay Trot-reds irlih Mork II r
fore rirat ol Alnrch Case Will
Wot He Pressed for the
" ' Present.
Unless the' offil-Uls of the Mason City A
Fort Podge Railroad company, a subsid
iary of the Clili-sijn tirrat Western Hall
road company, show' Ass'stant City Attor
ney Dunn that they mean to begin con
struction work on the Nineteenth street
viaduct before tho first of March. Dunn
ill pres tue.ni.tndunius suit which is set
for hearlrg Friday nioininn in Judge
, Troup's eour. , . ,
The mil.iiiiis proceeding were Insti
tuted about two months ago and will 'come
up for hearimr Friday morning, unless at
torneys of the company and Dunn agree.
Attorney William HerUmsn, represrntng
the company, was In conference with lunn
Tuesday morning. On hermit of the torn
paoy, hs pro:nlsed to b. gin he fore the
WIIIIbk In He bina.
"If you can conx Ince ufv that the torn
panv means buslneaa and that It Is going
to build the' viaduct. I w ill uv willing to
continue J.he mandunius proceeding or dl
nilas them. Hut to oonvlncs me, it will Ut
ne-un for thu oomixiny to get thrlr
tuiutier and stel on the grounds and begin
The nappy, rich flavor
of gingerbread . depends
upon th ginger. Uso
kaMivAintraid. Uoa'i by Usih4
pMSfJjrfs tie TQ-' H i trmtk sjl4
l-if U -,T"g OrttCesTtaj iC
TONI mot.. 0. M .. I.
lk BR ANDEIS ST0RESTI
j ia Men's
Up-to-Date Styles in Women's-
Worth up to $22.50, at $8.98
The most practical, serviceable
kinds for street and automobile
wear rain proof fabrics of various
kinds; fine rubberized striped silks,
rubberized moires, etc., $
actually worth up to
Just Received New Shipment
Women's Plush Cloaks
are those very; popular all
satin lined good quality plush coats
they are good, full coats, very
stylish just forty in , flO CIA
lot, worth $25, at
only a few days longer will
be able to get this full size
actual construction work," was the ultima
tum put to Ilerdman.
The viaduct In question Is the one which
crosses Nineteenth street at MasoVtreet.
Seven years ago the railway company built
a wooden viaduct, which was to be re
placed In Five years, under agreement with
the city. It was to force the ompany to
replace the temtorary structure with a
steel viaduct that the mandamus proceed
ings were started.
PLEDGES ARE RECEIVED
FOR THE Y W. C. A. FUND
Committee Derides to Do Xolhlas
Speclacalar lu Its Campaign
Pay Off Debt.
Business men snd women who are Inter
ested In- the work ot the Young Women's
Christian association are pledged to give
tl elr effort to lifting the Indebtedness of
the association lu as short time as pos
sible. That means that l.'d.OOO will be raised
as quickly as this l and of enlisted workers
can bring it about, hut without any of the
spectacular feai uiea of a "quick cam
paign." This was decided at a conference
of the workers, which whs held at the as
Mrs. Emma By era., executive of the north
central territory, Irrnu in Omaha Tuesday
evening and will be consulted about further
I plans. The campaign, however, begins at
once and pledges of assistance r accept
able at any time. Already keveral pledges
have been secured.
I POLICE SEEKING JOSEPH KECK
Want to Locate Him Beeaase Ills
Hrelber la Head at Sloe
The Ciniaha ' prtiice are unable to locate j
Joseph Keck. v. lu. brother, Charles Keck, !
is dead lu titoui City, according to a tele- 1
gram lecelved fv-re yesterday trom J. U.
Itlchards. chief of polite of that city. The !
tody Is belnrf held In a morgue at that
IMace awaitina ord as to lu disposition
from Joseph Keck, who is supposed u 1K
In IMnaha, .
j Foley Kidney Puis ax a reliable reaied
I for ua.ckat.he. rheuutdiisui .aud uiuvr ir
rrgularilica. They are tonic ta aitloa.
j quirk In rtaults and afford a pruuipt re
lief irom an kuuty uuoru.ra. skoj by ail
"In ttis tot cf Wns"
Ibsoiuf j!y Fireproof
urn a in qi irr
NEW YORK CITY
ONE BLOCK FROM
NEW PENN.R.R, DEPOT
; j FROM wint n
FREE TO AND FROM HOTEL,
To Cure the Drink Habit by the
Neal Way. The Most Severe
and Chronic Cases Are
Completely Cured In
Th Neal Three Day Liquor Cure Is an
absolute specific for periodical and hab
itual drunkenesB.' This la - a strong state
ment, but It ia Justified by the experience
of hundreds of patients who have left the
various Neal Institutes ' throughout the
United States and Canada during the past
year aflei only three days' treatment with
all desire and craving for alcohol deatroysd,
and in a perfect mental and phyaical state.
It makes no difference how long the pa
tient has been drinking, or what he drinks,
the cure la effected in three days' time,
and without tha use of painful hypodermic
Injections and Injurious drugs. The Neal
Institute Is receiving dally enthusiastic
reports from every quarter of the country,
us to the efflca-y of the treatment. That
It does cure, and cure permanently, Is es
tubllbhed beyond controversy, by the tes
timonials of hundreds of cured patients.
For booklet "THE NEAL. WAY", guaran
tee and bank references address the Neal
Institute Company, O. B. liOi'ho. lwth St.,
Omaha. Neb. Grand iBland Institute, 1506
West Charles St. '
Rye Whiskey, bottled In Bond.
The best whiskey made, per
full qt. bottle .1.25
Tennessee White Corn Whiskey
(moonshine). 6 yrs. old, per
full qt. bottle, 75c; gal., $2.60
Maryland Rye Whiskey, 6 yrs.
old, per full quart .... 75c
Gallon $2.60 .
8 year-old Kentucky' Bourbon,
Whiskey, per full quart bot
tlo $1; gallon $3.00
. Mail and telephone orders
131 N. 16th St. .Op. Post prfice
net oaly ces
ly, hut ciean the
cavity .removes all
decay. Keeps sup.
A Smtll Affjir.' . ply and save many
a dentist bill.
Thar srs tmltttfor.. ass that jam set
ltft TsiSaSs Cum,
At all dm .-tin it its or tt auui.
C. S. DEN1 CO.,
E7 Larnsd St.. Detroit. Mich.
Peanut Brittle,' per lb., 15t
60c 'Trin.'ess Sweet" Choc
olates, per lb. 39!
Creams ami Ices for parties
16th and Farnam Sts.
FtST AN J HULTH TO MOTHER AKQ CHlLtJ.
RlKA.WlhSl.ou' HOCTHIKO hSi'r has
0.1 iof uvr SIXTY YEAKhhv MILLIONS ol
MliTHhKk l-jr ihrir CUII.L'KKS WtULU
TfcKTHINC, with fKKFht'T hlCCHss. It
$mMll'.ii the CIUI.U sohTKNn the t.UMS.
. LI. A VH all I'AIN , CI Rt IMl Cul.lC, aud
I- Die bcirf remedy lor bUKKHH A. It is a
Mtlulciy hs-wt r. sure sud ak for " Strs.
u id,:u ifcjti ti) !rui ana lac ao Mac
I wcaiy-Ac icjila e uxua.
l ni -nililut of Irndlig Mr- !
v itnriinrnt Storrind IhtXrra y B
C0 I 4C3 BATKS o
C ROOMS with St. 5 ft um ?) B
Q o bath,
J. ROOMS with S2.50 u H
privata bath, P V p
.The I a Me nreafcraal if
Wrllr fpf furtmr pnirulT ami as
J UlMt rf Hiw York ClU-fTti "
tl. L TWWI. Pru. I p "!
It CR.S0II, TlctPrti V B
P WtlTtl MUDUR, jr. nr. A n
Alw rrtlrf St. Dwsli atotal
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I rS One l-arlles' li..in .Journal Pattern with B
) r"cl1 cnVf pf New Spring. IStl Style Biok. tip
All Our Dress Skirts and Tailored
Lawn and Lingerie Waists Now
THS BKIKTS ar made In all kinds of fnbrlra anme voiles, some pananiiii
anil seiKe". anme luffelna anrt worsteda and aonie white mohairs. They
ai-ei all tHlioieil in aiylea ihat meet tlie "every demand" of fnahlnnahle
women. This week theyao at. your choice OKB-HAZ.F PmiCB
TXE WAISTS come In a wide variety of patterns and dealRns, tatloied In
the materials t tin t make very serviceable "around the house or
office waists" or those for the more formal dress occasalons; be
sides tailored lawn and lingerie waists will also be found some very
beautiful silk waists, in Persian patterns. These have also one through
the price reducing , machine cutting the prlre for quirk selling;
All our high grade Velvet and Corduroy Tailored Suits that sold regularlv
at Irom 160.00 to 176.00. now at OKa-aTAX.r
Here's Some Very Special Notion Sales for Wednes
day -"It's Notion Day"
Kid Hair Curlers, all sizes, t dozen
.Mo.0l.,. n1 Kyes, In hlaik and white,
i'in-On Hose Supporters, for children, regular 16c a pair; Wednesday .. .Ba
pcirisors and Miears, worth 2Sc; special, pair 60
Nickel Plated bHfety Pins, 1 dozen on card, two cards Bo
Pearl Buttons, from to 3 on card; special, two cards for. Bo
We Just Received a Carload of Plain, White, Hotel and
White Granite Ware
Special Inducements to hotels, restaursnts and boardln houses.
THIS la A T.I. riaiT.CLIU wias vn T.nnwna
Heavy Tea t ups anil Saucers, dozen
Ewets and Basins, per set
Coveted Comhlnettes, balled
Heavy Oatmeal Dishes, dozen
4-Inch Fruit iSaucers, dozen
Individual flutter Dishes, dozen
7-Inch Hotel Flatters, dojen
K-lnch Hotel Plates, dozei
Individual Bakers, donen
Large tXivsred Chambers, only
Let Us Fit Your New Corset
Before you select your new spring and summer dresses or gowns Our ex
perts are at your services. Every fitted corset we eell carries with It a well
tempered guarantee to give perfect satisfaction. You'll find cur prices range
from $1.00 to $25.00. Our brand new models are here now.
Special sale of H.OO models Wednesday at tl IS
60o Brasselres, extra special offer, at ' 36e
Wednesday and Thursday Specials
Bennett's Capitol Coffee, lb. pkg.84e
Bennett's Oolden Coffee, lb Sao
Bftc grade Teas, assorted 480
48c grade Teas, assorted 380
Tea Slftlngs, lb. pkg 12o
Bennett's Excelsior Flour, sack 11-60
Oolden Eagle Currants, lb. pkg..l0e
35o bottle Dalldet's Maraschino
Maple Sugar Butter, Jar 16o and 10c
Hulled Beans and Lima Beans wtth
Chicken, two cans 85o
' And 10 Stamps.
Faultless Milk, large can 10O
And 6 Stamps.
rXESX COUHTKT BUTTER.
Direct from the farm, shipped
privately to The Bennett Co.
lb. special. aoo, 83c, 84o and 8o
-flO atatnps with each pound.)
Despite the Continuous Rains Our February Furniture
Sale Exceeds all previous February Furniture Sales.
TWs Aale Is offering pri ces that match those of a half dosen years ago
You know xlm way furniture has advanced the past six vears -well, this sale
Is offering all standard stocks in all lines at old-time little prices a one-half
or one-thrd off.
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Compare for yourself
Measure The Bee against other loca)
papers in respect of quality as well as
quantity of timely news and interest
ing articles from day to day and The
Bee's' superiority will be demonstrated
HTHE HUDSON t33,, is the latest creation of Howard
E. Coffin, master builder of automobiles, and chief of the Hudson's deportments of
Mr. Coffin has probably designed and built more successful, famous, motor cars than
any other man the industry has thus far produced. Each succeeding design has been a mur
vel of its time.
Ili8 ears have at once become the standard for other manufacturers. Still, with this note
worthy success, Mr. Coffin has never produced a car that was a failure. So consistent has
been his record for splendid achievement that it became natural for the trade to turn to his
work "as always the latest and most advanced step in automobile engineering. Mr. Coffin
now devotes his time exclusively to the Hudson. II is greatest work, we are told by com
petent critics, is found in the Hudson '3.j" which is described herein.
Many 1911 cars have been announced. With hardly an exception has there been any chance from lln'
previous year's models. "Perfection of detallu" is the common story told. But do you think that the year
1910 marked the perfection of the motor tar? ....
The Hudson "33" stands out strongly, vividly In contrast. This car Is different from anything ever pro
duced. And yet the Hudson "33" upsets no principle of engineering. It compiles absolutely, In every re
spect, with all proven successful practices of motor car construction.
It is simple, accessible, noiseless, powerful, staunch and, like all of Mr. Coffin's designs, Is beautiful,
luxurious and comfortable M.r Coffin haa no pet theories. He builds his cars to meet actual requirements
and usae on the road and In the simplicity of handling.
We believe that one is not properly equipped to select an automobile without first noting the progress
that has been made in designing as exemplified In the Hudson.
'.. E. . Fredrickson Automobile Co.,
2 dozen on card, three cards
Frora Bennett's Bif Grocery
B. C. Baking Powder. B-lh. can 91.00
And 100 Stamps.
Peanut Butter, two Jnrs for 80e
And 10 Stauips.
Snlder'a Chill Sauce, bottle 2 So
And 10 Stamps.
Bennett's Capitol Oats and Wheat,
2-lb. pkg loo
Double Stamps on Butterlne.
Washington Bean Soup, two cans
Hartley's Currant Jelly. Jar ISo
Hartley's Marmalade Jelly, Jar.lBe
PEAWUT Oil. SAX.B.
Large boUle . .60c, and 80 stamps
Medium bottle 40a, and 20 stamps
Small bottle . .SSo, and 10 stamps
b b b b : b b - b b b :d :' o B" ww i
BAILEY (EL MACH
D E N T I S T t
Best equipped dental office In tha middle west. Highest
, rade dentistry at reasonable prices. Porcelain fillings. Just
like tha tooth. All Instruments carefully sterilised after each
THIRD FLOOR, PAXTON BLOCK
Corner 16th and Kai-uam Streets. Omaha. Neb.
46 - 48 Farnam
tho.uas m i:n
Hart, Schaffnar & Marx
Swil I. .11. in, i ii in i ..... i in i i
Sheet end Pillow Slips S:h
Every Wednesday we will make a specialty of 8hoet
and Pillow Slips. Here's some rousing bargains for Wed
Parkdnle ?2i90 round linen
thread, a good value at 65c,
for Wednesday ..... .53c
Lexington 76x90; good val
ues at 70c 5Gc
Sterling, a fine 72x90 Sheet,
60o value 4Sc
At 2:30 P. M. One case of
See our immense line of
in Domestic Room. Prices
In Ocr Domestic Roon Suit Department
Shirt Waists Valuea to 12.00-
OutlnK Flannel Underskirts)
To 76e values 2r
Ko llargaln Display in IKxIge
High Grsda Wash Gocdi
English Poplins, all shades. This
la the most highly finished mer
cerized fabric on the market. It
Is made In Machester, Kngland,
snd Improves In washing, yd.SOo
We have Poplins also at, yard, loo,
16o. 180, 86o and. ., 390
We nave every kind of Batiste
made plain printed, bordered,
mercerised, Knglish, French and
domestic all fast colors and fine
cloth, at, 10c, 1310, ISo, 18c
' and , S6e
Sole Omaha Agents
ZION CITY LACES
American made, the very
best products. You save
the 60' duty imposed on
foreign made laces. ,
FLOUR IS DOWN
We advise our customers to buy Flour now, as the drop Is Just temporary.
We look for an advance at any time. Tills flour is guaranteed to he nmile
from the highest patent nothing better at $2.00 a sack. We want you to
try it, and If not as we say, your money will lie cheerfully refunded. Sale
Frtoe. per 48-pound Sack 81. ao
21 lbs. best Cranulated Sugar. . .81.00
10 bare Diamond C or Beat Em All
10 lbs. best Rolled Breskfast Oat
10 lbs. best White or Yellow Corf
The best Tea Sittings, lb lOo
Fsncy Golden 8ntos Coffee, lb... 80c
The best bulk Peanut Putter, lb. ISO
1 -lb. cans Assorted Houpa 7Ho
Gallon cans Table Hyrup 30o
Outtina Down Batter and Err Prices.
The very best Fresh rJggs, ciux...80o
Good lalry Butter, lb ISO
Fancy Country Roll Butter, lb.... Bio
Fsncy Country Creamery Butter, per
Fancy No. 1 Creamery Butter, lb .850
Special Kurhlsnd Havel Oranre Sale.
112 size, reg. 60c doc; sale price.. 30c
TRY UAYDEUS' FIRST
WEDDING INVITATIONS, ANNOUNCEMENTS
All correct forms in currer social usage engraved In the best
manner and punctually delivered when premised.
EMBOSSED MONOGRAM STAT 10NELTY
and other work executed at prices lower than usually prevail'
A. I. ROOT.
12X0-1212 HOWARD ST.
Clothes IS $15.00
Gdcnbrook 42x36; 18c valuo
Tarkhill 45x36;, ISo value
Stella 43x36; 15dvaluo slips
Genuine Lonsdale. . . .... ,G3iC
Wash Goods and White Gooods
much below tho market. -
Percale Vrir9 Values to
SI. 60 59
Silk IVttlcoata All color; to
J 8.00 values .2. 98
High Grada Whits Goods
Imported hand ' embroidered ''St.
Gall White Fabrics -tha flnt
made from, yrd. . . . B5o th ta.OO
Potted Swisses, from, . .10o to C0
Long: Cloths, 10o, iao, 15o, lBo
and . . .'. , , . , .850
India Llnon, 7V,e, 100, lSliO, ISO,
ISo and .B5e
Nainsook. In all varieties of line
goods, yard lOo to 40o
Sole Omaha Agents
Hall-Brochert Dress Farms
Also selling agents Jor
Nebraska and. So. Dakota.
Send for special catalogue
and price list.
i 12B sir.e, reg. 40c lz.: sale nri.e.Su
150 ni.e. reg. 36c ilnz.; s.iln price. .300
176 and 20u siac. reg. 30c doa.; sale
Esydsn's Tresh Vsgetable Prices Jlrs
the Talk of Oinaba.
1 -lb. boxes Fresh Mushrooms. ... .3So
Fancy Wax or (irtcn Henna, lh. . . . lOo
3 hunches fresh Hothouse UadiBliei
for , 6o
2 heads fresh Leaf Lettuce So
3 large hunches Fresh Beets, Carrots,
Turnips or aiialots 100
2 hunches Fresh Parsley for. ....... So
Fresh Cabbage. Ih !..H0
Fancy Je.-sey Sweet Potatoes, In. Bite
Fancy (Jreen Peppers, t for lOo
Fresh Spinach, peck 80o
Large Curtimhers, each 7o
Liitahagas, Beets, Turnips, Carrots or
Parsnips, lb. Hi
STATION EE. Y
The Sunday Bee
Is anxluubly awuitud by
tbore who ate tiiK'c tally
.utifested in laii'Ij, the
Kort that buy ami sell
and encourage others to
do like wive.
W jyJU a wr.,. find inir uowar it
"M na "UltiIu
i.tk or nientai xj iln iiiitu.u
UiAY' M.PV,; KKiU I'lLW
ftt. make luu sal s;t-eu anj
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I. SKCKMAar a mcconukll nava
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