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The Omaha Sunday Bee.
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OMAHA, SUNDAY MORNIXCS, MAY 7. 1JU1.
SINGLE COPY FIVE CENTS.
A Host Tremendous Foulard Silk Sale Monday
Our Entire 75c Line Goes at 49c
For Monday's Quick Selling, we will offer our entire stock of 75c FouldrJ
Silks, in all the very newest shades, including those Old Hose, Copenhagen,
Navy, Tan, Olive, Brown, Black and White shades
We find we are overloaded in 75c Foulard silk and must sacrifice our profits to
unload this stock at once. Never before have such prices been given on such
Foulards so early in the season. Come Monday sure, 75o Foulards, at pet
yard 1 49c
Magnificent Showing of New Dress Goods
Six Big Shipments of (just arrived) Imjwrted Dross Goods Fabrics cam Satur
day from Europe's most famous mills. The new shades of tans, creams and
cream imd black, pin and pencil striped fabrics are foremost in these goods. It
is, we think, the most perfect line and most attractive stock we've over shown.
The prices range from 59c to $1.75
Wc know you'll enjoy this part of your Monday's shopping trip.
Woman Who Needs a Tailored Suit Will
I J rEE Om Ladles' Itmi Journal rattan with I I
I copy of Ww Ittman Style Book at 80c. J
Linens and White Goods for Graduation Gowns
Graduation time is "Glad Time," the long wished for time,
when students arc t be congratulated. And Bennetts
mst heartily congratulate ymu all. Graduation time is re
joicing time, rejoicing over jour first real success, for
success it is. To those who will graduate this June, we wish to call your
attention to the new linens and white goods that just came in from foreign
and Domestic mills. Beautiful fabhics these that will make up charmingly
into commencement gowns. Note, too, the range in prices
27-Inch Imported Voil, the newest and daintiest
patterns; per yard, at 25
32-lnch St. Gall Dotted Dresses, beautiful goods,
at 75c a yard; Monday, per yard 49
4 8-inch French Lawn, very sheer, our best 4 5c
kind; Monday, yard 25
45-lnch Persian Lawn, extra quality, 35c value
Monday, per yard lt)
27-lnch Embroidered Batiste, Mulls, Swisses and
Lawns; our best 35c and 60c goods; extra special
Monday, per yard 25
90-Inch All Linen Sheeting, the finest quality,
round thread, Just the kind for suits and skirts;
1.50 quality, per yard 98
Near Silk Cotton Foulards clot,
tripe, border and scroll effects
and some beau'lful border pat
terns 15o and lto
Egyptian Tissue A new line
Just arrived 100 different
styles at, per yard SSo
New Bordered Lawns Floral
bordered effects on white
grounds 40 Inches wide, at, per
For Cool Nights
Here's Some Strong Iiducements
Large Sized Summer Com
fortersFinished with the
very best white coverings
and filled with cotton, $4.00
value; Monday-for $2.98
72x90 Seamless Bod Sheets
S9o ones, Monday, each
43x3G-inch Pillow Cases
Extra good quality, 19o
ones for 15c
32-inch Art Sateens All
fast colors and in assorted
patterns. Beautiful goods
for cushions.. Big special
Sale Monday, per yard
Final Clearance Sale of Peninsular Ranges
,14 Ranges to go at Less Than llalf Price.
That we may enter next Fall's Range season with an all new, clean
took, Monday we will sell regardless of former prices the balance of
our last season's stock. '
2 No. 8-17 Advance Ranges with 16x19 oven, high closet, reservoir and
duplex grate, $38.75 values for 910.50
4 No. 8-19 Advance Ranges with 18x20 oven, 6 holed, No. 8 top and
warming oven, $30.00 value for 914.50
2 No. 68 17'Flalnished Steel Ranges, fully nickel plated, duplex grate,
high closet, 17x19 oven, a very high class range, , $47.00 value for
1 No. 68-21 Plainlshed Steel Ranges, same aa above, but has 20x21 oven
and reservoir; regular $65.00 value, at $30
4 No. 68-19 Plainished Steel Ranges, same aa above except It has 18x20
oven, a remarkable range at $32; Monday for $24.50
$3.30 to $5.00
WHY pay seven to ten dollars for
footwear? Right here you
: can purchase, at half these prices,
- dalhty " Dorothy x Dodd" styles that
rival the best in custom shoemaking:.
Snappy, original designs, lifted far
above the ordinary, have linked
the words, "Dorothy Dodd," with
the highest "in the shoemakers art.
er andEvenmg V ear
These are Tailored Hats
of exquisite white hemp,
S popular roll sailor hats
rt - r r -x niltltll 1 -lVTi'lm
ctliu ucauuiui imc ivinau
hats, trimmed with the
new French bows in sum
and cool feather bands
and other pretty summer trimmings; : fj
t Included in .o'ur display arc .aUbvrich"" LacerHityiir purer "white
elegantly, trimmed with pretty little French. JU wer and wreath.
Monday-We offer the to at extrabrdinaxy prices- ., ! ' , !; .. .'
7.S0 and . $10.0.0: v . -
Instead of $15.00 and $20.00.
Find Bennett's Suits More to Her Liking.
Because, those women who have made the rounds say, "We are showing f
a much larger and finer assortment of pretty styles and fabrics than any other
Our display shows suits of Individuality and Distinction that only care- 'j
fully chosen and perfectly hand tailored suits possess. So Monday it might
be well to come here first Monday we're offering two splendid specials, too,
besides lowering the prices.
$5.00 Messaline Petticoat Free With each Suit purchase of $19.50 or more.
Tree All this week All necessary Suit Alterations.
Tans, Navy, Grey and Cream Serge Suits are
the most popular These we are showing in b'2
distinctive styles in plain shade, pin stripe,
pencil stripe and shepherd checks, as well as
many novelty patterns.
I rices lor iiuiiuu, s nuic i
$45.00 Hand Tailored Suits $35.00
$40.00 Hand Tailored Suits ... $29.50
$:?5.00 Hand Tailored Suits $25.00
$30.00 Hand Tailored Suits $19.50
Continuation Sale Star Cut Glassware
at Half Price
Water Sets, Wine and Whiskey Sets, Tumblers of all kinds,
Champagne Glasses, Wines, Cordials, Cocktails, Creme de
Menthes, Jugs and Decanters. Everything in fact, Half -Price.
Six new styles In Corset Covers
and Drawer Combinations for
women. Some have English
eyelet and blind swiss embrotd-
' ery; others have baby Irish lace
and torchon lace trimmings.
These garments are made of
fine nainsook the drawers are
circle shape and finished with
baby ribbon draw
strings at neck and
waist Monday . . . .
SPKCIALS 500 dozen Colonial Tumblers, very good quality, ROc kind,
Monday, C for 15
100 Colonial Water Sets, either Tankard or Pitcher and 6 glasses, also
nickel tray complete, for 7S
Large Colonial Ice Tea Tumblers, $1.50 values, per dozen 005
Heavy Hotel Tumblers, 'fluted or plain bottoms, first quality, at, per
dozen, only 50
Many shipments this week bring new curtains, shirtwaist boxes,
chests, bed bolsters and wall papers. For an extraordinary disposal, this mid
season disposal of house furnishing holds somethimg for every houschoU.
A Complete Realization of Sum
mer Coolness in Women's, Waists
For example see these at $2.95
Here's the new Lingerie Waists with the'little Dutch. neck
cut low and square, with yoke q( pin tucks and three
quarter Mikado sleeves. The trimmings are of silk em-
broidery in Bulgarian shades we're showing these in all
sizes, at , $2.95
Here's a very jaunty little waist, of striped messaline, with
low round neck and narrow sailor collar of plain shade
material to match. The Mikado sleeves are three-quarter
length, finished with cuff to match collar. These come in
blue and white, blacks and white, and brown and white.
The Windsor tie of ground shades lends a remarkable
charm and finish to these waists, at $2.95
Bennett's AVnists Display Every
Dreamed for Hope of Milady.
Shirt Waist Boxes
Covered with Japanese Matting, air
tight, some have casters, each a very
necessary piece of furniture (or every
women's bed room.
The sizes, The Cost
16x28 Box for S3. 75
17x32 Box for $4.25
18x38 Box for $6.25
18x4 8 Box for $.75
21x48 Box for $7.75
Copper trimmed, have lock and casters.
RED CEDAR CHESTS.
17x33 Chests for $8.50
18x39 Chests for $11.75
Three big shipments of beautiful
Snowflake curtains in assorted de
signs, Monday sold at prices with big
1 lot to go at, each 37
1 lot to go at, each 75
1 lot to go at, each. '. . . .JJl
Regular prices from $1.50 to S4.00.
Come in pretty light summer shades
and patterns, full bed size, very
light and have opening for pillows,
Monday, at. $1.50
Wall Paper Sale
A fresh shipment of ingrain
and varnish gilt wall papers
from one of the largest eastern
paper houses came in Friday.
Monday these are offered at
25c Ingrains, all colors, roll. . 10
85c Gilts for parlor, and all down
stair rooms while they last, extra
special, at, per roll )
Bennett's Big Grocery
Bennett's KxcUior Flour, suck, SI. 60
And 6U Stamps.
Queen of Pantry Paatry Flour, LM-lh.
sack for 91.85
And 40 Stamp.
Bennett's Breakfast Coffee, 2-lb. ran
And 40 Stamps.
Teas, assorted, per lb 48 o
And 40 Stamps.
Tea tilftlngs. 1-lb. pacliHge for. . ISO
And 80 Stamps.
B. C. Baking powder, 'fc-lb. can, 13o
And & Stumps.
8. W. C. Table Syrup, 1 nt. can tor lOe
Cheese. Full Cream, per lb SOo
And 10 Stamps.
30c Can Old MlJion Itlpe Olives, ISO
Maple Butter, per can 85e
And -0 Stamps.
B. C. Maple Syrup, per can 300
Candled Orange, Lemon, per lb., ISO
Columbia Milk, S large cans for SSo
Ualllard's Pure OUvo Oil. small bot
tle for , SSo
And 10 Stamps.
20 Lbs. Granulated Sugar for 1.00
Vegetable and Flower Seeds, two
packages for So
(Six lbs. Navy Beans, for 860
Yrk Violet Toilet 8oap, 3 cakes
.And 10 titampa..
SOUBIiS STAMPS OH BUTTIS
LONDON SOCIETY ENTRANCED
One of the Most Brilliant Seasons in
BRITISH CAPITAL HOLDS C0UET
Er's ( All Br t'eatered Thereon
anal Notables TaronlQ Thereto
la Harrr Kaaotlons (or
Irish aad Hrotrh.
BT 1.ADY MAN WARING.
IjONPON. May (Special to The Bee.)
London Is beginning one of the most
brilliant social teason of Its history.
lUr.'ly ban there been ouch busy three
mon'hi for numbers of fie fashionable
wirld to negotiate and by the end of July
a rft In the country and a trip abroad
will be greatly nerdrd. The functions In
wllch the court and society will partici
pate have b gun. and with the coronation
season near at hand society In F.uropo has
attention centered In affairs In London.
lb fact that their malestles will hold
courts at luiblln Castle and at Holyrnod
Pnlnce will, to a certain extent, ease this
congested state of affairs, and It is un
derstood that Irish ladies and gentlemen
are requested to attend the court In their
oan capital at Iublln Castle, and a similar
intimation has been conveyed with regard
to (he Scottish court. In all other reitpects
ths courts will follow the precedent set by
the late king, and their majesties will re
main seated throughout the evening. The
court goes out of mourning for the late
Km lid ward on Monday. May S, and on
Friday. May 12. their majesties will attend
the Imperial conference in connection with
the Festival of F.inplre at the Crstal
palac. On May 13 the German emperor
aad empress and their daughter. Irinces
Louisa, UJ arrive at UuckinfcUam palace
on a visit to the king and queen, und o i
the following day the unveiling of Queen
Victoria's statue, which has b-en so long
In course of erection, will take place by
the king in the presence of their perman
majesties and all the members of the royal
family of England at that time.
On Wednesday night. May 17. there will
bo a command performance at Drury Lane
theater, which Is to be graced by the
presence of their majesties and their Im
perial guests. The play selected for this
Interest ng event Is Loid Lytton's
"Money," and nearly all the leading actors
and actretscs of Kurope will appear in
The royal naval and military tournament
la to open on May 1 at Olympla, and the
king and iiueen have promlatd to attend
one of the performances during the fort
night the tournament is open. The queen's
birthdsy will he celebrated ori Friday.
May 26, and on V'ednes lay. May 31. th Ir
mij bties and a very dl. t nguished com
pany will be present at Epson In order to
witness the Perby. In the evening hU ma
Jeaty will act as host, for the first time, to
the members of the Jockey club, the ban
quet taking place at Buckingham palace.
Queen Mary will honor the duke and
duchess of Devonshire on this evening
nth her presence at dinner and many of
her personal friends will be present. Later
In the evening the duchess of Devonnhlrc
will give a ball, which the king and his
guets from Buckingham palace will go to
afar dinner. This hall w.ll be the fust
given by the duke and duchess of Devon
shire. The king an J queen will attend the
ace for the Oaks on Friday, June 2. On
the following day the king l 1 celebrata
l is Mithday, and with the quten and mem
bers of the royal family and court will
go tu Windsor csstle for the Whitsuntide
The last few weeks havs been marked by
the marriage of an unusually large num
ber of persons In London. Two peers were
married on April 27. The first of these
marriages was that of the earl of Hard
wlcke and Miss Nellie Russell, the daugh
ter of the late Mr. James Uussell and of
Mrs. James Russell of New Zealand. This
marrlaxe was held at St. Peter's, Eaton
The second was that of Lord O'Hagan,
who was for some time a lord-ln-waitlng
to tho late k mt." and Mis Frances
Strachey. daughtir tf Sir Edward
Strachey. It took place at St. Margaret's,
Westminster, and afterwards a reception
was held at 14, Que'.n Anne's gate, wh cli
was lent for the occasion by Mr. and Mrs.
J. St. Joe Strachey.
On the same day Mr. Charles Lyell.
member of Parliament, and Miss Rosalind
Watney, daughter of Mr. Vernon James
and !-ady Margaret Watney. and nelce of
the arl of Portsmouth, were married. The
wedding took place at Cornbury, near Ox
Hen. Jasper IiT3)ey. brother of Viscount
Ridley, and Countess Nathalie Bencken
dorff. the only daughter of the Russian
ambassacor and Countess Renckendorff,
Were married on Friday, April 2ft. at the
Russian church, Welbeck street. A recep
tion was held at the Russ an awbasay at
Chesham Place fol owing the ferriage.
Lord 8t. John cf Bletsoe and Miss Ethel
Lutley hsd a very quiet wedding at the
private chapel at Brockampion. Hereford
shire, on Wednesday.
At St. Margaret's church. Westminster,
the same afternoon. Captain the Hon. Al
gernon tttrutt was married to the Hen.
Eva Bruce. The bridegroom la a young
officer In the Second life guard and the
son and heir to Lord Belper. His bride
is the youngest daughter of Ixjrd A her
ds r. and after the ceremony I-iy Aber
dare held a reception at U Eaton square.
On Tuesday L'vlonel the Hon, aLU Tal
bot, a brother of Lord Talbot de Malahlde,
was married to Miss Eva Jpice at St.
Peter's church, Eaton square, and the
same afternoon witnessed the marriage of
the Hon. Francis Needham, younger son
of tho earl of Kllmorey, to Miss Esther
Combe, the daughter of Mr. and iJidy
Constance Combe, and cousin of the Mar
quis Conyngham. This took place at the
Guard's chapel. Wellington barracks.
On Thursday Mr. Pryce Harrison and
Lady lattice Cholmondeley, the only
daughter of the marquis and Marchioness
of Cholmondeley, was married at St. Mar
gaiet's church, Westminster, and the same
day Mr. Walter Roch and Mips Florence
Herbert, the daughter of Colonel Sir Ivor
and the Hun. Iady Herbert, took place
at IJanarth. On Saturday the Hon. Rack
ville Tufton, a younger son of Lord and
Lady Ilothfleld. was married to Miss
Cicely Hill at St. Paul's church, Knights
bridge. The marriage of Mr. Richard Sturgls
Seymour of the British embassy In Berlin
and Miss Victoria Fltzroy, a granddaughter
of the duke of Grafton, was celebrated at
St. Genevieve's church, Euston, near Thet
ford, and the same afternoon there was
the martage of Mr. Robert Emmett and
Ijidy Alexandra Danby, the widowed niece
of the t;arl of Aylesford.
t hllslrea to Celebrate.
Hundreds of thousands of children
throughout the British empire will cele
brate the coronation of King George V.
On the day of the celebration 100.0(0 chil
dren will be entertained by the king at
the Crystal palace; at Edinburgh V.ono
others will be regaled by the city; at New
castle there will be a party of 60.000 strong;
York will entertain 20.000; Birmingham.
Portsmouth. Brighton, Windsor and other
towns will add their quota to the list. It Is
also expected that by the time the young
aljKt expected that by the Uino the young-
sters have been to the Festival of Empire
at the Crystal palace the total will reach
somewhere about 400,000. The British
Chamber of Commerce In Paris will enter
tain about 13,000 guests.
I.ady Lodlorr Dead.
Death claimed one of England's most
noted society matrons In the death of Lady
Ludlow, who died suddenly at he country
residence. Lady Ludlow was a daughter
of the late Mr. William Holden and mar
ried Lord Howard de Walden In 17. Lord
Howard de Walden died In 130, and his
widow married Iord Ludlow thirteen years
Lady Ludlow was one of the most beau
tiful women In society, fays the Evening
News, and was In the seventies and early
eighties, with Lady de Bathe, then Mrs.
Langtry, and Mrs. George Cornwallis-West,
among the prettiest women in England.
Ills Klsslna Bee.
A quaint kissing custom still exists In
the pretty little Wiltshire town of Hunger
ford. An ancient toll is claimed by the
authorities on Easter Monday from every
man and woman In the town. From the
men the toll Is one penny, but that Imposed
upon the women Is a klw. The custom Is
maintained by the beadles, who march
from house to house and levy their quaint
taxes. After the beadles have had their
Innings, any msn Is at liberty to klrs any
girl that he meets. And llungerfurd is
crowded with visitors on Easter Monday
Kla son the Jauip.
King George Is now the busiest man In
England, and at the coronation season
will doubtlet-s be the most strenuous period
of his career. During the coronation fes
tlvltles the king win hardly have one
moment's rest. Every day will see some
off i lal function of an exacting nature
which he has consented to attend.
Tho Key to the Situation ilee Want Ads
FEDERAL PRISONERS GUILTY
Three of the Five Indicted Enter
Pleas of Guilty.
MORRISON SAYS "NOT GUILTY"
Mast, for Whom Special (.rand Jury la
tailed Kails Pleud as Was
Expected that He
Four of the five prisoners, who were
indicted by 'the federal grand Jury on
Thursday were taken before Judge W. H.
Munger In the I'nlted States district court
to enter plea, Saturday morning. Three
pleaded guilty and tho other nut guilty.
James Owens, pleaded guilty to having
In his posxevslon faUe an I altered obli
gations of the I lilted Slutex. In company
with W. L. Snephard, Owens raised II
bills to a ti denomination and attempted
to pass the same on a woman who runs
a small candy store in South Omaha
Shephard claimed that he was an unwill
ing participant In the deal, but ulso
pleaded guilty. Owens drew a finu of
three years in ths federal prlaun at Uav
enworth and Shephard was given eighteen
months In the sams place.
Mrs. Carrie fcmllh pleaded guilty to
mailing noii-mallgble matter and sentence
as put off until Monday morn'.ne;. Mis.
Smith Is raid to have written letters
through the mall claiming to be a doctor
for women's diseases. The contents of
the letter were not In keeping with the
government law. Mrs. C. J. Junes who
was indlctid for the same off-nss was
granted a continuance until the early part
of next week, before entering her plea.
Frank Morrison fur whuiu toe special
grand Jury was called, contrary to expec
tations entered a plea of not guilty after
having signified to the United States at
torney that he was willing to plead guilty.
Morrison Is alleged to have written letters
to seveial young girls throughout tho state
of Nebraska, which were of such a charac
ter that they were not written on the in
dictments. The entire morning was used Saturday
in hearing the pleas of the prisoners and
sentencing them. The case against Frank
.Munlaon will in all probability be taken
iip on either Monday or Tuesday.
To Hold Omaha to
New York Talk Party
Bell Company Will Entertain Repre
sentatives of Press with Lonjj
The K. 11 Telephone company will om
open public service lines between Omaha.
Chicago and New York, nml to' celebrate
the event C. E. Yost, president of tho Ne
braska company, las planned an Informal
gathering of i epreaentatlves of the press
for th- firm tilks over thesa lines.
'ihe Omana gathering w 11 be held In
Itooin Keiintdy building. Nineteenth
and Douglas streets, bit the date of ths
party has not bten arranged.
I'olaled I'ara graphs.
Moderation Is one thing that is rare In
If a girl has pretty hands khe can afford
to diapeime with gloves.
Don't display our luck of knowledge by
ImaHting about what you know.
Care Is kaid to hate killed a eel, hut
there is H lot of isie ami a lot of cats
thai fail to gel tog'-thei .
Hefoio marriage a uoinan think? he
ou;lit to hate a protector, but after mar
riage Hlie diHCovriK that Khe has a hu
irauii tu protect. Chicago Nevta.
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