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Positively the Greatest Bef ore-Easter Sale of
Women's Apparel Ever Held in Omaha
318-320 South 16th. St.
Only one more day until Easter one short day in which to do all your
Easter shopping to select your Easter apparel. And ir order to help you do
your buying and while the selection is complete and at its best, we offer the
most astonishing values in handsome new suits, coats, dresses and waists that
have ever been known in Omaha.
m a w..aBaBw
Taffetas. Serges and
at. ... .
Fashion has caught the all-pervading at
mosphere of Spring time grace and beauty and
put into these charming street and afternoon
costumes. The maker had planned that these
dresses should sell at $22.50 and $25.00, but bus
iness change brought them to ns at this remark
able concession in price.
Every garment in the offering is fresh and
new. Made up in the latest spring fashion.
While there are only a few of a kind, the
variety is very extensive and a becoming selec
tion can be easily made.
iVersatile Omaha Girl
. aa aauaually Ttrsetll young omu li
Stls Daisy Hlggtna. Thla daughter of
Oataha, who haa lone ten prominent In
gnuslcal arclee, haa recently become wall
knowa tlirough bar verses. Although eh
baa written lyric (or mualcal sketches
a ad songs, ant alae a book ot versea,
atlas sUggine mast recant aucceaa baa
iro from the popularity ot bar "special
ejasloa" cards. Theaa verse, ara ap
propriate to ipeclal occasions, suco" ae
birthday vers, commencement. Kaater
greetings, to my mother, and carda for
early all oecaalona, Jiava been copy
right? b a loual firm ot publishers, and
Bscsntly Miss Hlgglna baa beea requeued
to write Tare (or ipeclal postal carda.
(The will be publrshe In Chicago and
'. The apealal accaalon tarda are attract
fvely Illustrated, one of the most pop
i - ' Cassaseaeeaaeat.
t happy childhood,
And the last.
'. Before you.
, aiern reelltlee,
And the will.
To do your beet
A tender heart,
A aunny arulle,
A sweet and
I ',. Will brine you laurela,
i Conquer worlds,
And wla the
all (aught day.
. Daliy Hlgglna,
, (Copyrighted by A. lloepe.)
'l -Besld. writing poetry, Mlaa ingglna
i kaa published a number of songs, writing
both the satiate and the words. She la the
contralto at Trinity cathedral and la ae
ompanlst la ana of tha local mualc
Optimism la probably tha keynote to
Bflee Hlgglns success. Tha following
poem taken from her "book la character
title of tha writer's cheery disposition.
!. There ain't goln' to be no black clouds, .
i I Tbeca ain't goln to be no rain.
,' There ain't goln' to be no heartaches, as'
1 1 There ain't goln' to be no pain.
$ , IT here adn't goln to be no aadneea,
'; There ain't goln' to be no tears,
( inhere ain't goln to be no sickness, an'
lI ( There ain't goln' to be no (.are.
(jfaet sunshln. flowera an' muilc,
i Juet eonn ot birds an' beea.
) IJuat health an' peace an' gladness, aa"
1 1 Urmia thro' tha treea.
0. H. S. Events
Tha red letter event of the remaining
semester for the girls at tha high acbaol
will be aa Individual exhibit la the do
mestic aclence department Tuesday, April
A la which an the glrle who have taken
part ta tha course of cooking thla year
will enter a special edible representing
their ewa efforts. Mies Neva Turner,
head of the department, aril have charge
of tha exhibit which will be open to the
publle aad atudeata all day.
There wUI ha a variety of culinary art
ranging (rota plUn white bread to
mayoaaalee dressing and breaded veal
cutlets. A special pastry exhibit will
contain plea, cakes, rolls, cook lea. graham
martins. Jelly tarts and biscuits. Several
car the gtrla ara also planning to enter
reboot will open agala Monday and eon-
tlreie aotil tha second weak la June whoa
I skms sad final grades will be clvea
1 out. Commencement excrclaea win prob
l stbty aa held the second week la June.
Mlaa Dora Sass entertalBed the
Xrasa ehfba of tha actum! at hw w -
l t Meredith avenue, this afternoon, when
tha following were present:
' arle Hsmptoa,
? Helen Linn.
i tlertrude Qreuntg.
' CieUa Brubaaer.
f Miss Liniaa Fitch haa Jea kept busy
: at her atadw this week trying out senior
1 students (or parts la the class play which
ana be givea at the Braodels theater the
OMAHA GO! KAXIS A HIT ST
wurmia orioihal yibses.
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MISS DAIST HIOOINS.
lait week la May. Th preliminary trials
have been held mrely to determine th
students' ability to read lines.
Mr. W. J. Kyne Is spending th week
la Chicago and French Lick Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Somer have returned
from an extensive wedding trip to Chi
cago, Detroit and Baltimore.
Mrs. O. W. Lining er and Mr. F. L
Hiller, woo bar beea spending a fort
Bight at Colfax Springs, will return
horn this evening.
Mra W. C. Prlre was hostess at tha
W. W. club meeting Wednesday. The
guests wer Mrs. W. Reed, Mrs. Nellie
Reed Carter and Mrs. Ray Wilson. The
next meeting will be April 1? with Mrs.
Oeorge Hampton aa hostess.
Kr. and Mr. H. I. Roeaeig celebrated
their twenty-fifth anniversary Monday
evening. The evening waa spent la
gamea and music. Those present
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Paulsen,
Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Hensmaa,
Mr. and Mrs. L K lcott.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ms.ik.
Mr. and Mr. H. K. Paulsen.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Ruser,
Mr. and Mrs. Haas Huh I.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frlsenette.
Mr. and Mr a Henry Heonlngs,
Mr. and Mra. Frank Fox.
Mr. and Mrs, William Hartmana.
Edna Paulsea. -Elsie
their new horn In Dundee for social en
tertainment!. Mrs. W. C. Lambert entertained In
formally at bridge Wednesday afternoon
at her homo IB honor of Mrs, Hal Snyder
of Sioux city. Th decoratlona war sug
gests of Eaiter. Mrs. Franklin Bhot
well won tha prise and two tables war
placed for tha gam. '
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson announce
tha marriage of their daughter, Dora
Olivia, to Mr. John Albert Carlson,
which took plica at Wahoo, April t at
Only tha relatives and Immediate friends
attended tha wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlson will make their
home la Omaha, . .
For the Future
Th Knlghta of Columbua will give a
dancing party at their club rooms Thurs
day evening. April 11 Thla will he th
last dance la tha present quarters, as
the Knights move to th Monell Horn,
recently purchased by them, Msy L A
special Invitation haa beea extended to
Kiss American Flag
For Armed Deputies
SAN DIBOO. Cal., "April l-Nearly 1M
Industrial Workers of the World, nearly
all of whom admitted they were anaroh
lits, knelt on the ground and klned th
fold of aa American (lag at dawa to
day near Saa Onofre, a short distance
this aid of th Orang county boundary
Tha ceremony, which was most on.
willingly performerd, was witnessed by
fortr-ftv deputy constablee and a large
body of armed crtiaens.of San Diego. Tba
men who war thus forced to show re.
spect to tha national emblem composed
the party that left Santa Ana on a
freight train tba night before and whoaa
coming waa awaited br tha deoutlea and
armed cttlsena who had gone out n
automobiles ta meet them and drive them
Tha Industrial Workera vara Uoniail
tt 8aa Oaofra aad detained there until
After tha flag kissing th Industrial
Workers wera divided Into anuads at fiv
and- placed m command of details of
aeputMav Then tha march to the Une
waa started and tba nroeeaatnn nwl tt
tha tun of "Th Star Spangled Banner,"
ib which tha Industrial Workera were
compelled to make at least a show of
iolnlng. At tha Orang county Ha the
men woo had com from Santa Ana ware
glvca a parti na caution ta keen out af
Saa Diego county. They started north
oa in railway tracks. -v
Special Line Women's Suits, $19.75
Sulti bought to sell at $35.00 and $30.00 that's the apedfj
Easter offering for tomorrow shoppers. Both mannish
tailored and fane; models, collar plain and deep revered and
In smart Tuxedo cut, rich whipcords, serges and novelty
weaves In navy, black, tsn and gray shades.
Surprising Values in These Suits at $25
We show more than 100 different styles at this price, models
of distinctiveness and individuality, many ot them exact
copies of the highest priced Imported suits. Every suit
splendidly tailored and silk lined. Comes .in n( ff
ail the prevailing spring .shades. Special Sat JsiJ.VU
Read Abort These
Dresses We Sell for
In them Is exemplified the very best style thoughts that either
continent has originated this year. Serges, lingeries and
lovely new changeable taffetas made In the charming dresses
possessing every new style touch. Regular $15 1J f fft
value. Special Saturday 'W.tllJ
Nobby Coats at $10.00
Here's undoubtedly the most extensive and beautiful Una of
Spring coats possible to find. Materials ara serges, mixtures
and novelty, all tha new colors and styles. (1 A nn
Ladles' and misses' sixes. Special Saturday aPlUeUU
Elaborately Designed Lingerie Dresses,
$18.75, $25, $35 and op to $50
Exquisitely designed costumes for afternoon and evening
wear. Intricately fashioned with delightful new combinations
of band made laces, antique Macrame and Irish. Also the
filmy new crepe voiles, daintily developed with profusion of
the finest laces.
(See our windows.)
The Hit of the Season
Mighty Scarce, But We
Special for Tomorrow
52 Value, 95c
A fascinating variety ot beauti
ful Peplum waists. The latest
models have just arrived
wonderfully charming de
signs that will arouse the
keenest enthusiasm among
fashionable women. Come
and see them. Qr
Speclla Saturday VDC
THE "NEBRASKA" MODEL
Oa of the sew Silk Salts sletcne from
CLOAK DEPARTMENT SKOOXD FLOOR
lira. J. B. Cord nc ham far a bridle
luncbeon today at her borne la Dundee,
and ttaie evenlna Mr. and Mrs. Conlnc
aant will Biva an avenlns bridge party.
Twenty-four guests wlU be present at
earn. Theaa will be In th nature of
house armings, aa .his la the first tune
Mr. and Mra: Conlnsuaes . bar opened
Bee Want Ads Proavcc Results.
OMAHA UNI BASE BALLISTS 1
WIN FROM THE OMAHA HIGH
The University ot Omaha ball toaaera
won a close flve-lnnlnc practice game
from tha hleh school hopefuls at tba
university diamond by a score ot I'tol
university diamond by a score of 1 to 1
teea lads worked out en the Capitol hill
school squad. ... -
The purple aad white nine will play Its
second practto came at th season with
tha School for th Deaf team tomorrow
afternoon, probably at Cretcbtoa field.
Summary of ywoarday's una' R.H.K.
Val of Oman .- MIMII
Omaha High MIHII
Batteries: Ww and Larson; Truelson,
Burkenroad, Plata and Adams aad Mead.
Trap ssjaatia; at Trwvevao talaad.
TRAVER8 ISLJtKD. N. T.. . April
a When tha first half of the na
tional amateur trap shooting contest bad
been completed today four of the ama
teur were tied with eenree of S3 targets
out of a possible ML Thee were K. K.
Reed of Boeton, C. H. Newcomb ot Phil
adelphia. E. A. Randall of Montpeiler,
Vt: H. W. K shier ot Pnlladelphia, the
preaeat ehaenploa. One hundred and
twelve gunners took part.
ROOSEVELT TALKS IN SOUTH
Charges Opponents with unfair
Methods at Parkenburg.
HAS HEW TE&U FOE HIS ISSUE
Colonel Sara Csaatry Mast Ba Pretty
Psod Place fa All tie If it
' Is t Be Good for Aar . v
PARKERSBURO, W. Va., ' April l-
gtrlklnc severely at his political oppo
nents here. Colonel Roosevelt charged
them In a speech tonight with using 'in
fair methoda In aa effort ta defeat aim
at tha convention soon to ba held In this
Tha former president said h bad been
Informed that plana wera being made to
turn th Wood county convention against
blm In spite ot tha tact, that It had been
represented to him that a large majority
ot th people wer on th Roosevelt aide.
Tha colonel appealed to tha people to do
all that toy within their power to make
tha convention a fair expression of th
Colonel Roosevelt's apeeca was anv.
end at tha close of tha eecond day of his
campaign In West Virginia and Ken
tucky. Ha remained In Parkersburg five
hours, during which lime be made two
In addition to touching on local polit
ical conditions tonight Colonel Rooaevalt
dwelt at length on what b aald ba re
garded as tha fundamental Issue In this
campaign. This Issue, ba aald, was-beat
einreaaed In tha sentence which ba Is
now Interjecting Into almost every speech
to th effect that .the country must be
"a pretty good place for all of us If It
Is to ba a good place for any of us."
sfeeta Gaveraav Glaaoewelc.
Colonel Roosevelt apsnt th day before
reaching Parkersburg In riding along tba
south shore of the Ohio river. Reaching
Cincinnati early this morning bo turned
eastward, traveling across Kentucky and
West Virginia. Aa ba entered this stat
h was met by Governor otaaacock, who
acted as pilot for tba remainder of tha
day'a Journey and Introduced th colonel
to the crowd.
Several times during tha day tba colonel
waa called from bis car to make abort
speeches to tba crowds which bad col
lected at th station. Talks ot this na
ture wera given at Covington. Augusts
and jfayavtlle, Ky- and at Point Pleaa-
ant and Ravenswood. W. Va. At Hunt
ington. W. Va., tba largest crowd of tha
day and one ot th largest Colonel Roose
velt has seen this campaign met blm.
Special trains brought la from adjacent
counties thousands of Persons, who
thronged the publle square and gave tha
colonel a Hvly reception.
After he bad concluded bis speeches
tonight. Colonel Roosevelt returned to his
privet car to leave lata tonight for sfar-
tlnaburg, W. Va. Ha la to speak la Mar
tins burg la tba morning and then will
begin th Journey to Chicago. ' '
ih-an convention from tha Seventh con
gressional district as a result of tha dis
trict convention her today. Anr tn
regular convention, which elected J. P.
Dvar of Gordon county and L. H. Craw
ford of Whitfield county as delegates and
Instructed them to vote for tha renomtna
tloa of President Taft, nine negroes. In
censed at th naming of two wblta dele
gatea by tha regular convention, It la
alleged, left the convention ball and held
SLAP AT TAMMANY. DELIVERED
Slave York Democratic Committee
Table Reeolaflea by Keith.
NEW TORK. April t.-Tta proceedings
of th democratic atata commute, which
met here today for organisation, wer
enlivened by th Introduction of a reso
lution by Henry P. Keith, representing
ths First district, which declared that
"the futur welfare and success ot th
democ ratio party In th atata requires
that Charles F. Murphy and Tammany
Hall confine their activities to tha bor
ough of Manhattan, city of New York,"
Th report waa tabled.
Announcement waa mad that Secre
tary Seymour Vaa Bantvoord of Troy,
legal adviser to Governor Dig, would be
temporary chairman of tha atata con
vention to be held her on April 1L
Congressman James Fltsgerald will be
Th four dclegatea-at-larga to th dem
ocratic national convention to be selected
at tba convention, it waa announced, will
ba chosen from the following: laador
Straus, Samuel Untermyer, Governor Dlx,
United State Senator O'Gorman, Charles
r. Murpby, Alton B. Parker, William J.
Qayaor and Herman Bidder.
atone Mafcea rharaea.
CHICAGO, April s. -Charges that both
Governor Wilson and Governor Harmon
have been disloyal to th national dem-
cratlo party were made In an address by
Senator William J. Stone of Missouri
here tonight He addressed a meeting of
Champ Clark's supporters, held under the
auspices ot th Missouri Society of Chicago.
"Neither Governor Harmon nor Gov
ernor Wtleoa voted for William Jennings
Bryan when he waa a prealdentlal candi
date In 18M," said Senator Stone, "but on
th contrary gave their support to tha op
position ticket Thla statement, I am
sure, will not be denied."
Delcaate-tLavTe Nasaed. h
NEW TORK. April : . Unofficial aa-
BeuBoameat .was mad -. at -republican
state headquarters today that the . four
delegatee-atutrga to tha republican, na
tional convention to .be. elected at the
Rochester convention ae-t weak- prob
ably, win be Senator. KUba Root Vice
Presideat James B. - Sberama, WUUam
Barnes. Jr., and Nicholas Murray But
ler, president of Columbia university.
who la to be chairman of the state con
vection. ' Lafayette B. G Season, secretary
of tba state committee, said tba tour
detegatea-at-larca would not be Instructed
for any candidate for president
' Three DelesatlMa Kerned.
ROME. Ga.. April i. Two delegation
our of three Instructed tor President
Taft and th other for Theodore Roose
velt will be sent to the national rcpub-
President Will Slay
Japanese War Rumor
WASHINGTON, April s. -President
Taft's answer to tha Lodge resotntlon
calling for Information aa to the reported
establishment by Japan of a naval base
oa Magdalene bay la Mexico wlU be de
signed to set at rest th constant rumors
of Japaaeae colonisation la North Amer
ica and wlU be a distinct blow at tba
bugaboo of a war with Japan.
The president's answer probably will ba
sent to the senate tomorrow.
Although It waa denied tonight that
Senator Lodge waa acting la sympathy
with th administration, it waa admitted
that th president wlU make as ot hi
reeolutlon 'to set at reat recurrent ' re
ports of friction with a friendly power.
Chairman Sulser of the house foreign
affairs committee, after a talk with
President Taft today, declared the Lodge
resolution "waa the merest buncombe"
and that Japaa bad acquired ae rights
tor a naval station from Mexico.
The story that Japaa.' said Mr. Sul
ser. "or any syndicate acting for Japan,
has acquired rtghta, directly or indi
rectly, at Magdalene bay or elsewhere la
Mexico baa bo foundation la fact - I
"n Lodge resolution hi well under
stood by those ea the Inside, however.
It wUI do no barm and when the answer
Is officially filed the atmosphere will be
cleared aad w will bear bo more of
Mexico ceding to Japan a naval baa en
Famous Easter Specials
525.00 and $30.00 All Wool g
Whipcord Sqits and Coats. . , 5J I D
$20.00 fine Serge and fancy l ft
Mixture Suits and Coats "P I w
This is probably as great a pre-Eas-
ter event as was ever inaugurated by any
The styles are copies of high priced
models. Suits and Coats of regal splen
dor, in all wanted shades.
Sensational Easter Sale of C CT tfl A
' Silk and Serge Dresses 9 J $ 1U
Fine French and Storm Serges, Foulards,
Lingeries, etc. Real values up to $20.00.
Your Easter HAT Is Here
Our Millinery department is a real
Fairyland. Just think, over 2,000 models
and no two bats alike. Oar hat are de
signed and made t7 experts. There la
are and ingenuity is every one. They are
gems ot art. Easter Famous specials
$2.50 and $4.95
Equal to any f 10.00 hat In the world.
No limit to variety and styles.
For tomorrow, fine Taf!et Silk or Messaline Petticoats t e m r
in all shades, real $3.60 value J)l3
House Dresses of fine Zephyr Gingham and Percale real e
I860 values "... OC
Shut Waists, real 11.00 values, including the new rea! nn
mannish shirt , IvcSC
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This is the time
. 1 advertising poultry,
seeds and second
hand farm and gar
Bee want ads cost
only a few cents, but
they sell what you
want to sell.
Read and use Bee
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