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TTJE BEE: OMAIIA, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1911.
GAIHING GROUND ALL TIME
Ad-Getters' Conteitants Bun Eight
Ahead in Big Race. i
CEEATE70 LIVE INTEB.EST NOW
Benefit of CoilMt Am Flalalr Seea j
hr Tku Rater" a4 All
t Oe lato Lead r
Tn more way than on th Ad-Oetter'
content of The Bee Is on of th boat of
It hind ever conducted In th wwt Thl
la the unanlmou opinion of all paper that
have run such game within th laat few
year. It la fair and square In ovary
war, and give reward only to thoao who
deserve to b paid for their endeavora.
One cannot enter thla conteat and aluff
and net. anywhera. Ha muet work, or
elae he will be headed by the mora enterprising-
For ome time thla conteat haa been
creating a live Internet and haa been brlng--ins"
reaulta to thoae conteatanta who have
worked with aa proper aplrlt. Yesterday
one of tha conteatanta made a fine apurt
In the race and rushed ahead with several
votea. . Other workers have caunht the
fever and are groin alons at a fine iace.
Only Fald Ada Coaat.
Only paid ada count in thla contest
Every ad la worth on vote. If the ad la
run twice It oounta aa two votea; If run
five tlmea it oounta aa five votea, eto. No
entry fea la charged for tha conteat.
The rat for Bee want ada la ltt cents a
word if fun only once. If run more than
one the rat la 1 cent a word. Bring tha
caah and tha want ad to the Want Tad
editor and you will be credited with the
LUt of Prlaea.
The first price Is a 1750 baby grand Lud
wlg piano, and (nay be seen in Hayden
Bro'. atore. The other prlaea are: Second,
1140 graduation scholarship course in the
Omaha Commercial college; third, 1140
graduation scholarship course in the
Omaha Commercial oollege; fourth, ladles'
or gentleman' solid gold watch, aold by
T. L.' Combe; fifth and sixth, ladle' tail
ored suits, valued at fBO each, sold by
Novelty Bklrt company, 214-21 North Six
teenth street) seventh and eighth, two Na
tional ; btoyclea, value B0, aold by the
Omaha Bicycle company, Sixteenth and
Chicago streeta; ninth and tenth, value $13
each, two full memberships in the Toung
Women'i Christian association; eleventh
and twelfth; value IIS each, two full mem
berships in the Toung Men'a Christian as
sociation. . i . '.
Thursday's Extra Specials from our
8reat ei.EflE.ICl SAl
Women's Ideal Summer
The Corsets in this special clear
ing sale group are made of best
, quality fine, cool French batiste.
The boning is excellent, insuring
the holding of shape. Medium and
long' models, six hose supporters.
Sizes 18 to 30- T (Ov
worth $1.25 a
Fine French and German Val Lawes.
Also neat Qluny and Armenian effects;
' many to match. Worth 10c yard, at 5f
THIS MAN HAS HIS HANDS
, FULL OF COURT CASES
Albert Art Cases. LU Lifting- and Di
vorce ,AU Oa at tha Bam
Anti-Saloon leaguer and enforcer of the
Albert act are apparently not the only
thorn In the flesh of Louis W. Prenlca,
proprietor of the Oma hotel and the Ches
apeake restaurant. For, In addition to his
other . trouble, his Wife, Mrs. Jessie M.
Prenlca, was granted a decree of divorce
from hint by Judge Day Tuesday and
awarded alimony of $30 a month. . ..
Mrs. Prenlca also secured the custody of
their daughter, Olady Henrietta. The de
cree was granted on ground of desertion
and cruelty, the plaintiff alleging that
Prenlca deserted her in July, 1910.
Judge Troup found against Prenlca in an
action brought, under the Albert act laat
month and Prenlca alao had several al
leged ..violation of the liquor law preferred
against him in police court tha first of
thla week. . The case are now pending. .
$1.25 Fine Swiss Emb'dr'd Skirtings 69c Yd
45-inch Swiss and batiste skirtings and elegant new wide
band effects in eyelet, floral, filet and blind relief
combination effects worth $1,125 yard .
WE HAVE GROUPED A NEW LOT
Summer Dresses at $5
Stylish new light dresses white and
colored- wash froeks, dainty! 4F
lingerie dresses; all . sizes ' Vlg
v j a uu J, a.'-.mw uvea
Women's Serviceable Summer Dresses
.Variousdesirable styles and' col- $150
ors, worth $3. and $4 at.
Women's Long Cotton Shantung Coats
The most sensible, useful $)98
summer coat to buy O
Women's Midsummer Waists On Main
Floor-at.'...v.. . .69c and 98c -
Specials in Our Basement
CIRCUS ROBBERS GET HARVEST
evera,l Theft Occurring DorlasT Bar.
t Bailey Parade He-
ported to Police,
Tha usual report of robberiea attar the
clrcu baa left town began to pile. Into the
police station Wednesday. E. H. Ellsworth
of lx)0 Seward street, waa the heaviest
loser through the thefts charged to the
handy men who make a specialty of fol
lowing the circuses,
, The report shows that while the Ells
worth family was out looking over the
parade yesterday the front door screen
waa out and an entrance to the house
effected. When the parade had passed and
the family returned all the loose pewelry In
the house waa missing. The thieves even
carred off the father's clothes and the
Whll. wringing her .hands with delight
over the grand spectacle of the circus par
ad Tuesday Mrs. P. H. Monroe, KK3 North
Twentieth street, lost a. valuable gold ring
aet with pearla and dlamonda. The police
are looking for -the ring.
The only real oas of pocket picking re
ported at the clrcu was worked on Ed
ward Updike, -8C1J Karnam street, who re
ported that 1 while watching the trapes
artist- perform. hla one year old g-nld
watch was ''nicked."-
Fancy Lawn Ki
monos and .Short
Combing J ackets
for hot weather
all sizes, full
On big lot of
iery, have been
selling up to
16o a pair, at.
each , . . .
A great lot of
women' and '
day at, eaoli
ry, In all sizes
a regular 18o
black and tan,
at, paUr t
Gingham Apron -Madeofgood
grade blue checked
25c; will go ft
on sale at. . . . 7L
bonnet and bu i
hats, whit and
colors, up to 26o
.. A Urrak for Liberty
from stomach, liver and kidney trouble 1
made when a S$c box of Dr. King's New
Ufe Fill is bought. For sale by Beaton
. Ideal Footwear for
Th most 'serviceable footwear
for the Misses and Children Is
our stylish ankle strap pump. Tha
proper thing for either street or
These) pumps fit the feet. They
are as comfortable as any tOoe
can." be. They are made so that
they cannot pinch the foot at any
place of contact.
We have them In all leathers
In either welt or turned soles.
Children's, sizes 8 Vi to 1 1 $1,50
Misses, siirs-1 14 to 2 ..$2.00
Toung .Women's, sixes J 4 to 6
" W30K COMPANY
1419 Farnam Strtet.
i - v vis v
Doiit Believe the Map
Rock Island speed has shortened the distance to Colorado,.
It costs so little to go and so little to stay, and means so much
to return with a rebuilt body, a recreated enthusiasm and a
re-created mind, that anybody who can afford to take any vaca- ,
don can easiest afford a rest in the Rockies.
There is no train providing such facilities for reaching Denver..
.Colorado Springs or Pueblo as the Rock Island's de luxe
Rocky Mountain Limited
Omaha Utr, frith ftafroomt and Bwrtfc rmtdy for eeaiptmef at 9i30
Thi train of train learea Omaha 10:47 p, m. daily, supplies every tTarel lumry.
and reaches Denver and Colorado Springs in tinjo for laocheoo pent day.
'. "Tha Moontainoec' every tnornim at 8:01 and "Colorulo Eipreaa" daily at
r.i$ p. m. ar Cast trains for Colorado. YelU)wsan Park and the Pacific Coast, pro
viding sumptuous electric lighted Pullman and steel chair cars, observation cars,
superb meaia. and perfect cuuiorL ' . . ! , '. '.
Let m Uii yon zboot tha very low fare JHustmt4d booklets frtt for th cutting.
W con provide th accommodations you want. '
S. McNallj, Pivision Passenger Ager.t
3x3 Fanam Screei. OjwlU
This Store Closes Evenings at 5
O'clock Saturdays at 9 O'clock.
Boys Suits are Down
Prices are Reduced from $4.00
to $2.95 for Thursday's Selling
A big bargain In boys' double breasted Knick
erbocker suits of high grade all wool materials
worsteds and cassimeres In rvery new color and pat
tern. They --j summer
are of a II rLVrSj?i''! wear and
weight that ls1erancl yet heavy
is comfort I T j i i," 11 iifT 1 1 enough to
able for J J?J3ul II C w 1 1 hstand
the chilling w.nda of late autumn. Not a suit In the
lot that has sold for less than 14.00. Thursday,
$2.98. Ages 8 to 10 years.
. Any Boy's Wash Salt in the Store,
, Worth np to $4.Pf, Thursday $1.98
A New Lot of Boys' Waists of the most service
able materials and colorings, with collars attached,
a matchless 40c value, for Thursday's selling, 25c.
25 Hoys' Khaki Suit, worth $3.00 the suit, spe
cials for Thursday only at $1.80.
Boys' Khaki Pants, extra value, at BOc.
-Extra Specials in Men's-
Furnishings for Thursday
Men's.$1.00 Porosknit Union Suits, at 59(5
Men's $1.00 Two-thread Lisle Union Suits,. at 59c
Men's Porosknit Shirts and Drawers, at 39c
Men's $2 and $2.50 Soft Shirts, with French cuffs, $1.39
Men's $1.50 Soft Shirts with collars to match, at $1.15
Men's 75c Silk Hosiery, Thursday the pair, at 39c
25c Wash Ties, at 15c each or 2 for 25c
Men's 50c Silk Tubular Ties, Thursday, at ...19c
at Reduced Prices
lie combination measuring: glass and
cream whip ISo
18c comb and brush tray 100
Fancy decorated bread boxen three
different sizeslarae alze, 98c value
at 79 medium size, 89c value at
9e) smal alse, 6c value at.... 490
45c, finely finished sleeve Irona, S5o
11.25, heavy, galvanized iron waeh
tubs, at 890
40o, Dekko cold water kalaomtne, 86
15c steel mincing; knives, at 100
60a fancy nickel plated soap dishes,
at , S3o
1.25 to 91.76 screen door, all sizea,
while they last, at sso
for the Big
Just One Day Only
Saturday, July 15th
Special Purchase of Silk Dresses
X on Sale Thursday
Values at $7.75
These were purchased through the New York office at half price,
and less, from one of the best makers of women's wear, We haven't
seen their equal at the price in many a day and we know that If you
come and Inspect them Thursday it will take no urging on our part to
cause "rou to purchase,
"AH new, nobby, elegant, down-to-date models of the finest
at striped taffetas and figured foulards in nary, black, tan, .
brown and cadet shades; cut low at the neck or with lace
yoke and high collars as madam may prefer. Elbow length
kimono sleeves on all styles.
$3 Handkerchief Waists, $1.50.
20 dozen of these pretty waists
will be arrayed for your choos
ing Thursday. Made of white
voiles . and Marquisettes and
colored striped . tissues, hand-'
somely finished with collars and
Aiiffa ftanlirnail frnm
pretty c6lored border IvLj
handkerchiefs one of liZr
the few novelties
Up to. $3 Roust Dresses, $1.69
Comprising all of the odd gar
ments and surplus lots in our
stock that regularly sold at
$2.60 to $3.00. Made of the
best percales In neat striped and
checked patterns of black, pink
and blue shades. Low
necks and short
sleeves or high necks
and long sleeves.
Thursday only, $1.69.
$12 White Lingerie Dresses, $7.50
Arrived on the same express with the silk dresses mentioned
above and, in their class, they represent the same standard of style,
material and workmanship perfection. Made of allover embroideries
some with lace trimmed yokes and skirts and others with colored
embroidery on the waists and skirt flounce; styles that will find favor
with the particular woman.
Actual $12.00 values, .Thursday, $7.50.
Prices Changed on Women's Oxfords
We have discovered a goodly number of women's $3.50 Oxfords that
wc think should be hurried out in this July disposal. Some are reduced
because of the sizes being small and the remainder of them have out-,
stayed their welcome. There are:
Patent Colt Pumps
Veliet Button OxfordV..:...
Buttoa and Two-Eyelet Tie
Tin Russia Call Oziords . . .
Vici Kid Oxlords....
' They have either turned or welted soles and
are suitable for both house and street
wear. Sizes range from 2H to 5 and the
sale Is for Thursday only. There will be
plenty of salesmen to see that you are
served quickly and satisfactorily.
VTUyQ tRjwsO tfEarO 5ffovRj)
1 OUISI'I PURE
2 rooo oasTzs 5
Ejj "Spedals" la Oar Fresh Fruit A
and Tftabl Department for
Fine, Large, Sweet Florida Water- A
melons, each 40a tn son I
Peck New Apple
Lime, per do. .
Table Radishes, per. dos. bunches
1 Box Blackberries 85
Strictly Fresh Eggs, per do....
80 ana Sfia
Oar Bent Country Butter (la San
. Icary Jars), per lb. 880
Brick Cheese, par lb. IS
Imported Salsa Cneeae. Dor lit.
will be ample If you com to on
of our lunch rooms. You'll have
ample time for a little outing
and etll get all you want Try our
famoua coffee, excellent pastries
and hot roast beef or chicken
sandwiches. Artesian water from
City National Bank Building
served at ouh lunch roomi. .
Are Yea Voting In Our
Not the bulletin and ask cash
ier for a voting slip whenever
you pay your check.
The Boston Lunch
OriS AX.X. sTIOKT.
J (1 13 Farnam
Largest Slock DonatMc aa4 Im
ported tiardise ia City.
lie Quality, per tin Se
ClflT 5rJrjk QuArJji
Store C1oe .
at S O'clock,.
at 9 O'clock
" . . j u... .i-.- rim.
1 Bnr. flnsc r
o r. M.,
10 P. M.
July Clearing Sale Prices Still Prevail
in Our Ladies' Suit Department
do yqurself an Injustice if you
Women's Pongee Royal
$35.00; your choice
200 Small Women's and
100 Ladles' Pure Linen Crssh
sold up to $10.00. Thursday
Ladies'- Fins Allover Embroidery
to $20.00; choice, Thursday
to get our prices before
Long Auto, Street and
-sold up to
.. . S0.75
Dresses that sold up .
500 Small Women's and Misses' Wash Dresses, tn fawn, chambrnys unn
fancy all colors sold up to $7.60; Thursday $2.95
Ladles" Lawn and Lingerie Waists, trimmed with lae and Insertion
and embroidery; sold up to $1.50; Thursday .... . ........ . -OOc
Ladies' Percale Wrappers all sizes $1.25 values: Thursday. . . 50
Ladles' Fine Gingham Underskirts sold up to $1.50; Thursday. .7)
Ladles' lawn Dressing Sacques and short negligees; sold up tO'$2.50;
Visit our Baby Bazar Everything for the infant.
Boys! arid Men's Bathing Suits, worth
up to $2.00, at . ..49c
Ladies' Bathing Suits also misses'
worth up to $10.00
at $1.98, $2.98, $3.98, $4.98
$1.00 Fine Netting
and Batiste Corsets
mad of best ma
terials all fitted
with four and six
"(irtlr and draw
' tape in bust all
. new, Mean mer
chandise no man-
, up sizes It to SO;
your choice , ,.,4o
.l Heavy Coutll
Corset for medium
and large women
with double front
tay, extra heavy
farters- and splen
did fitting -corset;
each. . .980 and 7 Bo
1.00 Brassieres, 40
6d Brassiere. . .85c
75c Embroideries 15c
Thursday we will sell Skirt Flounclngs, Galloons, Bands, Deml-flounc-ings
and Insertlngs, in plain white, pink and light blue H
worth 35c, 60c and 76c per yard all at one price, choice, yd. I ww
20c Laces 5c Ppr Yard
A big lot of white and ecru cotton Cluny Laces ZIon City, German Val.
and fancy Torchon laces worth up to 20c per yard; sale
price Thursday, per yard, only I ............. ,9C
. i .
High Grade Wash Goods Department
All high grade Crash Goods must be closed' out immediately.
40-inch French Batiste, mercerized, bordered, fast colors; regular
price 35c will go on sale at, yard 18
French Batiste, fast colors, best designs of the season; will go at
per yard 12V
And about 10 other lines at about Price. v
Extra Specials for Thursday in Our Famous Domestic Rom
2,000 yard of ko and 10c Batiate,
fast colors; at, , yard 50
White Ooods sale plain, fancy and
Jacquardi, worth up to 26o yd.,.10o
SO pieces of home HDun. vard wide
bleached Muslin, worth He yd., 7Ho
Ballerdavllle .yard wide Muslin, worth
10c yard, at 60
81x90 Bevelder Sheet, regular price
7 60, each t. 830
60 dozen 15c Pillow Slips; on sale
at . . . 4iO
1.600 yurda of 16o Batiste, faat colors
. at, yard 100
1,800 yards of 12 Vic Batiste, fast col
ors, yard 7Ho
16c Bath Towels
20c Bath Towel
15c Bath Towels
12c Bath Towel '.
BVio Bath Towel
. . ISo
HERE'S GROCERY PRICES THAT INTEREST THE
MULTITUDE. IT PAYS TO TRADE AT HAYDEN'S
The best Package Creamery or Tub
Butter, per in 2be
The best No. I , Creamery Butter
per pound 230
The best No. 1 l):ilry Butter, lb.lSo
Fancy Ripe l inuupijlea, . '
each 8Uq. tOc 12Uo
Fancy California Apricot or
Plums, buxket '. . , . 50o
Fancy California Peachea, baa!26e
fancy California Muskmelc-na . .60
tancy large, Juicy Lemons, dos. JOc
Fancy lartre ripe Vaiencon Oranges,
per dozen 2f.,. lUc, 36o
MESS VXOSTABI.ES PXZCSI
SKA TAX, at Ol OMASA
Sweet Corn, per dozen 12 He
il bunches fresh Beets .......... .tc
4 bunches fresh Turnips .Bo
6 hunches fresh Onions 60
8 bunches fresh Kadlsh 6c
4 bunches Leaf Lettuce ,.'.,,.. 60
Fresh Pea, per quart g, . . .7Ue.
Fresh Wax or Green Beans, lb, 7Vo
2 heads fresh Cabbage , lo
2 Green PeDDera : (n
J Fancy Kip Tomato, I. ,.- .THo
1 lbs. beat Granulated Sugar $1.00
ts io. aacK oest Migu uraoe inn
mond U Family Flour 11.16
10 bara best Diamond C or Beat
'Em All Soup for 25o
10 lbs. oest white or yellow Corn
meal for 15o
The best Soda Crackers, lb 60
i lb. cans Buked Beans 8so
cans Polled Meata 2jc
J lb. cana Hominy, Squash or Pump
kin, for !t,c
Condensed Milk, per can .?Vo
Large bottles Pure Tomato Catsup,
Worcester Sauce or Pickle, bot
8 lb. best Bulk Laundry Starch 25c
Yeaat' Foam, package 30
Corn Starch, lb. puckuge 4c
Grape-Nuts, package . . . ., 100
011 or Mustard Sardines, can ..4c
lb. Good Japan Rica, 7 HQ-quality,
4 lb, fancy Japan Rice, lQo qual
ity, for , 25c
Th Best No. 1 Hairy Butter, lb. 18o
Try HAYDEfi'S First
QST -remodels f oir
11 SneciaJ gummer Brices exoert work.
JL Corner 20th and Farnam. Telephone Doug. 3040. H
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Leara Xlkm It's Best to Farm
v Thlnklnc About huyUf IsadT Wsnt to know tha j
'oil sad cllmaU best suited tor carta la farming?
Our Land Bureau f lv.s (re laformatloa about '
oil, climate, conditions ls all parts ct the country, r
We have (atberad data and can tell yoa what
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you dsslr to learm. ' . ' t. '
Wrtta the Laud laformatloa Eureaa. The
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' - - TwnUth Century Parmer. 'Omaha. Neb., today
and your auestlons Ui get prompt attention.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
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TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Best rraa Pssu,
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