Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 18, 1912, Image 10
TITE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: FEBRUARY 18, 1912. Brandeis Stores Bought Two Entire Stocks from a Retailer Retir ing from Business and Offer Tomorrow and Tuesday the Greatest 1 EVER HELD BY ANY STORE IN AMERICA. WE BOUGHT FOR LESS THANCOST TO MAKE ALL THE RUGS GO ON SALE MONDAY AT BRANDEIS STORES ALL THE LINOLEUM ON SALE TUESDAY SALES of 1W ail LI ' We paid thisTetailCT thousands of dollars less for these high class new spring rogs and linoleums than we would have paid regularly for them. This means that thousands of dollars will be saved by the men and 'who buyat these sales. These rugs are all handsome, new 1912 goods and we state positively that such rich, beautiful, artistio colorings and patterns have never been seen in any rug sale m Omaha. The price never before so low. The goods were never before so desirable. NEARLY OUR ENTIRE THIRD FLOOR AND PART OF NEW ANNEX DEVOTED TO THIS SALE-85 CLERKS TO WAIT ON YOU women prices were I 1 $0050 nA4U (vm!MA, $1598 0 uciuiuiuiiAUllUOlCl IWgo iu These are the genuine Ilartford Axminster Rugs, known everywhere for their nVJiness of colorinir and desien. They'are all 9x12 in size and every one is a 1912 sprinsr pattern. They an far superior in quality 98 to the ordinary Axminster Rugs. , They regularly sell at ?JU ana $32J0. Monday, you choose from hundreds at 15 Hundreds of 9x12 BRUSSELS RUGS at Regularly Worth up to $15 Absolutely seamless not one is worth less than double the price we ask. Seamless Wilton Bugs of Highest Grade These are all perfect rugs in 9x12 size and made of the very finest grade of Wil ton. Many exquisite Oriental designs. The colorings and pat- $Q8 are the richest and most elegant we hare ever 6hown. In a M Ml regular way they sell at $50 and $55 Choose from scores of p them Monday at. . . . Many rugs of the highest character, In odd sizes, will go In this sale at bargains propor tionately great ' V' $25 Anranster Rugs, 9x12, at '121' These are Axminsters of very high grade in full room Bizes; several different makes. They have borders all around. ' They are worth regularly up to $25, Q J fit ' All the Linoleums on Sale Tuesday These linoleums are all full pieces, not remnantt, and are perfect gooda of the highest claaa. Hundreds of Bath Rugt for Washakle-Reveriibl.-Wtrth Up to $1 sVUl All the 2-Yard Wide LINOLEUM That sells regularly up to 75c yd., at, sq. yd., l All the Highest Grade I LINOLEUM 12 yds. wide, that sells regularly np to See sq. yd., at, sq. yd a sq. 2 y to 39c-JL-49c All the 4-Yard Wide LINOLEUM That usually sells up to $1 sq. yd., will go at, sq. yd., 59c-1 Axminster Rugs Floral and Oriental patterns, worth up to $3.60 each, at JJ.39 MONDAY Axminster Rugs 36x71 size; hun dreds of desirable patterns, worth up to $5, at MONDAY GRANITE ART SQUARES Up to 9x12 site, various patterns; worth up to $5, at $2-98 MONDAY Spring Embroideries 27-inch Swiss and batiste embroidered flouncings, also all over embroideries and waist frontings; choice, new de signs in English eyelet, floral, blind relief nnd combination effects, also dainty, hemstitched and ruffled r A effects. Greatly admired in our window, HifC .Worth up to $1.25 a yard, at yard ' 50c Wide Embroideries at 29c Yard 18-inch fine Swiss, nainsook and onmbrio embroidered flouncings, skirtings, corset coverings, also galoona and insertions; big bargain square piled high with 00 choice new designs, at yard ,. e?ivl 45 Inch Sheer Swiss and Batiste" Skirtings Kne embroidered skirtings in tliirty beautiful 1912 de signs to select from; worth up to $2 yard bar- J 4 Q gain square, at yard . .' ; . . Fine Embroidery Edgings, Inser tions and Galloons Medium and wide, effective new designs, excellent 4 needlework; many worth 30o yard, at yard Av 10c Embroideries and Iisertions 5c Yard Fine embroidery edgings and insertions; neat, now, effective designs; excellent needlework;' worth lOo yard, at yard ... y "We are showing the most attractive new assortments of laces, nettings and dress , trimmings. . Every selection showing excellent taste. BRANDEIS STORES Cleverest New Styles for Spring 1912 Suits-Coats-Dresses-Waists Everyone who sees this delightful assem blage of the correct, new Ideas la women's sprint apparel declares that the spring styles were never before so charming or so becoming as now. This illustration shows new spring ap jxrel and correct new hats, The New Tailored Suits New arrivals that will be shown Monday for the first time are very effective In style. Many extreme novelties are here, at $15 $19 $25 $35 and up to $85 The New Coats for Spring They are dressy and practical too. Many dainty light shades, at $12.50 $15 $25 and up .to $49 Clever New Spring Dresses White and colored serges, and the dainty new silk frock, at - $15, $22.50, $25 and up to $49 Tailored and Lingerie Waists Tailored waists, at Wc, $1,150, $1.08 to $.P8 Lingerie Waists, at 98c, $1.50, $1.08 to $10.00 811k, Chiffon and Net Waists, at $3, $6.08 to $13 Spring Wash Dresses for Children AlJiO nSSK8' and JCXIOR'S WASH DRESSES Children's dresses, ages i to 14 years, at BOc, 7,V, OMc up to $3.0M. Misses dresses, sizes 14, It, IS years, at $1.08, $2.00 np to $7.50. 05c ,... .$1.23 Newest Bordered Foulards The largest assortment of bordered foulards ever shown by any one store. All the newest color combinations in dif ferent widths of borders; many pretty band effects with plain and fancy tops; 42 to 45 inches wide. Special show ing Monday, at yard ... ..$L25 to $1.95 The New Chiffon Taffetas for Dresses, Waists and Wraps First showing of the new changeable effect In chiffon taffetas; all colors) many pretty pencil stripes with small, neat figures; Mon day we otrer: The 27-Inch width, at a yard....... ......-. The 36-Inch width, at a yard. ... ..-.....-..'.. Big bargain In silks on special sales tables 811k poplins, in all plain shades, at yard - Wo 68c Fancy Stripe Measallnes at ... .89c Fancy Spotproof Foulards; 75c and 85c quality at........5Uc 27-Inch plain mrssallne, in every wanted shade, st.........6l)c Newest Dress Goods for 1912 Foreign and domestlo all wool tailor suitings, whipcords, diagonals, Ottomans, Vlgoreux, creme serges, creme basket weaves, reversible coatings in the new spring patterns; some of the new tans and browns, at yard $1.00 to $2.95 Popular Dress Goods on Bargain Squares Every new fabric from 38 to 64 Inches wide; plenty of the scarce costume serges in plain and fancy weaves, wool poplins, gray man nish suitings, Victoria suitings, spring checks and stripes, etc., at yard 50c and 70c IN OUR WASH GOODS SECTION Main Floor, Monday is the Zephyr gingham sale. All Imported ginghams in staples, fancy plaids and stripes; 32 Inches wide, at yard 23c to 2c Extreme French and English novelties, our own direct Importations. Bordered patterns are in evidence, at yard 50c to $3.00 Washington's Birthday Norelties ii Candy Dept. Washington Hatchets, filled with candy cherries, each Kte Washington Kan Hatchets, at, each So Cherry Tree lxg Candy Bon's, each 5c, 10c, 13c and S5c Pure Sugar Novelties Candy Logs, Hatchets or Washington Busts with Washington Mints, at each ...10c Monday's ramly Special Delicious Sweet, little Buttercups, at a pound 10c Humai Hair Switches at $1.49 pom&Km This is a remarkable low price for a 24-Inch, Natural. Wavy Human Hair Switch. It is a regular 13.00 value. 2S:lncn, Lustrous, Natural Hair Switches; regularly worth $8.00. P Monday at " ' w - . . i ... f nnA oV nnlr ........ ... 5C inree ivxtra urge iih -n-tn, iwt j i ' S1YAGE SIRIFEJN ECUADOR tight Thrown on Lynching" of For mer President Hontero. kAD GIVE. A BA&BAB0P8 ORDEB After ItmaiHtas Made Hie . sUer Skast Down Stem vf riMlint ailHM far Cheertsg ia Streets. PANAMA. Fab. I7-Th recent trade vents la Fffliirtor are not easily under stood by on not familiar with South America politics. Such win find difficulty In ncondUnf the claim of Brmrtorlans that they are a twos loving and law-abiding pcopl with the fact that a maa who had pant stepped down front the PieeWwry-y vu lynched ia OoajraquD. and five ether generals snarnered at Quits, the capital, time days latar. As much as this violence ll ti N de plored, aa Impartial review of the events leading n C the tragedy shows that the cnnatinitcd antharitlM did their heat U uphold the a, and the populM, he Onally look the law la thotrown hsada were moved by aa Impulae at leaot no wise than to wipe eat forever fit mi who had plotted aaalnst the aula. But ta t hack a Httlo. Pranoent Boy Alfaro waa aloctad m January. MSt. afur dtctamratitp piu he jroa, by. vr- I throwing the contltulool aovernment of i Uurdo Oarcta early In UOS. Ills term would have expired on August m, 19U. ta the preosdlnc January elections had sera hold and Emlllo Eatrado. a repu table drlllan. was chosen ever General Flavin Altaro, the president's nephew, by a plurality of K0.0M votes. Altaro has supported Estrada, but after bis elec tion, dttappotnted that the latter did not become hla tost, be attempted to force his resignation. Eatrada stood firm and was supported by the people, who were weary of the abuses which had marked Al faro's rule. Alfam Forved to Bteoinn. Then Altaro attempted to proclaim himself dictator, but failed, and oa the 11 ih of August waa forced to realta. He waa protected by the dlptomaUe corps at Quits and latar left tho country, promis ing to retrain from political activity for at teast a year. Flavlo Altaro. who had supported his unci, alao left Ecuador. Estrada took the oath of office oa Sep tember 1 and retained Oonoral Pedro Hon tero as military commander at Guayaquil. as bis loyalty had not been questioned Bp to that time. President Estrada died In Guayaquil oddsauy oa December a and was aue- ceded tsmporarlly by Or. Fratte Zaldum- hlda, the acting vice president The vtatooal president called aa election far January 2s. and all political part'.ea were left free to work la peace- for then- can didates. Montaro addressed the soldiers under bis command, advising them to remain loyal to the. constitution, and aw one expected to see him betray his trust two days later. Master. PraeUlmed. On December 28, six days after the death of Estrada, a few soldiers pro claimed Montero supremo chief. Ignoring the constitutional government. In the meantime General Flavlo Altaro a proclaimed himself supreme chief In the state of Kameraldaa, there being then three governments in the country the constitutional government in Quito. Mon tero In Uuayaqull and Flavlo Alfaro In Esmeraldaa. Montaro called General Roy Alfaro from Panama and Invited Flavlo Alfaro to com down to Guayaquil and unite their dictatorships. He appointed as sec retaries of his government a few n who bad shown sympathy with his move ment and prepared to attack tho eonsti Uooal government and subdue the coun try. The government In Quito summoned General Leonldas Phua nnd General Julio And rede and put In their hands the com- mand of tho loyal troopa The de feated the revorutlonteta, first la Hutcr and afterward la Tsguachl. two battles In which akout lew man lost their Ursa. Finally they approached Guayaquil and forced Montaro to surrender. The revo lutionary forces war composed of re cruited men who were dragged by force to fight. Many boys of II and 14 years of age were enrolled against then- wishes and perished to satlafr ths personal ambi tion of en maa. Tho rsvoiatloa had no support sec ABualfcy. from the people and Guayaquil was left In the possession of the pronounced eoldlera. Wanton Kllllaa by Meats. General Montero surrendered on the 8d of January, and the goverenment troops were to occupy Guayaquil the next morning. On the return of a peace commlsaion from Daren opposite Guay aquil, where Generals Plana and Andrade had their troops stationed.' the people cheered them oa ths river shore and without the slightest reason for It Mon tero ordered hla soldiers to fire on the cheering mass. Many were killed and among them about eighty-tare young mea of Guayaquil. This enraged the people, who immediately attacked the bsrrlcks, overpowered the soldiers and look material possession of the city a few hours before H would have been occu pied by the loyal troops. Montero, the two AUaros and their followers bid them selves, but were found nnd Imprisoned. General Phua and Andrade tried to spar then- Uvea and secretly put them all on board a steamer bound for Panama Had they gone nothing more would have happened. But they were not content. and la the middle of tb nlsht they landed again and made aa attempt to start a new revolution by bribing the eoldlera Pewel stsased t Ferocity. They were all recaptured, and there was no way out of It but to subject them to a eourt-msnial to be judged as soldiers who had revolted against the constitutional government. Montero a the si parent leader, jraa tried Hut, and as the constitution forbids death penalty he was condemned to sixteen years In the penitentiary. The people who were till filled with rue over the cowardly massacr on the streets the night before protested against the leniency of the sentence, broke Into the court room, hot Montero, dragged his body on the streets and burned It The infuriated populace waa beyond control. Fearing that the same fate would fall oa both Alfaros and the other prisoners the government officer rushed them up to Quito secretly In th night and all efforts were directed to defend their Uvea They arrived safely In Quito, but the psopl there, aware of their Pres ence In the penitentiary, attacked the state prison that waa defended by a double guard of armed soldiers. Nothing could halt th dtlsena, not even th fir ing en th mass by the guards and th wounding and killing of many. They, th cltlxens, tor down a part of th thick stone walls of th prison, broke Into th building and meted, out to the generals th asms vengeanc that bad fallen upon Montero at Guayaquil. Caererd. "Nor" snapped the hard featured woman, opening th kitchen door about six laches: "and to be perfectly plain with you " "Ton conlda'L urn. gallantly Inter. nosed Tuffold Knutt. lifting his uttered remnant of a hat: "you couldn't be other wise than p?rnckiy narnsotne wttn me "I was going to ray," ah rejoined. visibly softening, "that to be perfectly nlain with yoi there Is nothing In the house but caU victuals, but It fou. care to try a plate of warmed over hash you can come in. iiiiau rmuw. New Model Clothes Shop to Be Boast of Omaha in March -...-. hmniii little corner In the City National bank building will continue to house a "Smart Clothes" shop, ueorge u w.1,. ..- .erured a lease on the room and will Install a apendid new stock of men's wearing apparel, opening me u- lleelsk tftlaif. tfi than nubUe on March t This store was formerly occupied by th Culp-Langworthy company, ana more rw .i i v.-. imiuimI bv the owners of the Culp-Langworthy bankrupt stock. Mr. Brooks plane to nave one most up-todate men's shops In the west, u- - enmntete and extensive line of nationally advertised wearables The suits and overcoats will be the pro ducts of makers whose names are fami liar to all readers of the big magaxines of the country. The shirts, cravats, hats, etc. win be the approved styles of the Innovations are planned lor the new store. Including novel decorative schemes. Eastern connections. It is said, will permit Mr. Brooks to show authori tative styles here noon after they are In troduced In the leading fashion centers of the country. An original advertising plan Is now be ing developed by Mr. Brooks, not only to create business for him, but also to make the west know that Omaha Is the home of one of the best men's furnishing store In this section of the country. "77" Humphreys' Seventy-Seven Breaks np Colds and OTP Don't wait till your bones begin to ache, take "Seventy-seven" at the first feeling of a Cold and the at tack will not be prolonged So much depends on the first few doses to get beet results, that you should keep "Seventy-seven" handy. In the pocket when possible; surely in the house. A small vial cf pleasant pellets; fits the rest pocket. At Drug Stores 25c or mailed. Humphrey's Homeo. Medicine Co.. Cor, William and Ana Eta, New Totk.