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THE BEE: OMAITA. SATURDAY. MAY 18. W12.
The Men We Clothe
All Have That "Well Groomed" Look
The man who must make the most of $15, $20 or
$25 will find in our great specialized lines at these prices ex
ceptional values and at a saving of from $5 to $10 on each suit. The young
man or the middle-aged man who wishes to dress young will find in our enor
mous stocks snappy up-to-date and correct fitting garments. Whether in the
new blueish gray, tan or brown, or in the more conservative neat effects we show u large variety in any number of new
weaves. Tailoring, so important in a garment, ia uppermost in the minds of the wholesale tailors who make our clothes.
Fit and style take no second place and to be well dressed means to wear a suit of our clothes. Our clothiug inspires con
fidence because it is invariably correct. Our garments this season are modeled bo closely on the lines of the clothing pro
duced by the most correct custom tailors that it is impossible to detect the difference in many instances. The well dressed
young man is not necessarily the one who buys the most expensive clothes, but the one who uses good judgment when buying.
The splendid assortment of suits we show at above prices proves a man can dress well without going beyond these modest
figures. Just sit down and think it over for a minute. We offer exceptional opportunity to secure fine hand tailored suits
for little money. Ours are made in worsteds, serges, cassimcres and homespuns, all cut iu the latest, most up-to-date styles.
Extraordinary Boys9 Suits
Not the ordinary
kind thrown together
without regard to style or
fit, but the extraordinary
kind. The kind that will
outwear all others is the
kind of boys' clothing we
sell. Tailored properly
from new and handsome
fabrics, our boys clothing
stands in a class by itself.
The saving in price will almost en
able you to buy two of our suits for
the price of one, for Saturday we offer special
at $3.95 suits that are usually sold at $5.00
25c Satin Pad Merra-ixed Web Gar
ten, all colore, made to aell at 25c,
"Crown Make" Lisle Web Suspend
er. Cantab and Kid ends, 5w and
"tne Mercerized Tubular Tub Ttee,
beautiful new styles, the and 35c
qualities, ITc; 3 (or 50?
Negligee Summer Soisette Coll
blue, tan and white, site II
Mtt. lac qualities ...
Mn' Kin Quality MmvwU! Thm
ami whit. Koft collar and 4fiC
Men a Flue quality Silk and Mrccr
Ued Half Hose, 25c and 35o qual
ity, all colors, 17c; S (or . ---501
lien's Fine Tubular Cord and Frisco
811k Four-ln-Hand Ties, 60 qual
Men's Furnishing Goods Sale Saturday
Well known brands of high grade Underwear, Shirta and Furnishings at great reductions.
Men's Fine Quality Plain Wbite and
i.ii v ! ed lioriiir Japam-fte
Handkerchiefs. 10c .quality at 5
B. V. D. Underwear
TWc are Wimm ' Sampl
On Sale Saturday at the Lowest
Prices Ever Offered
B. V. D. mercerized Batin striped union suits $3.00 grades,
B. V. D. mercerized nainsook union suits $2.50 grades $1.15
B. V. D. nainsook union suits $2.00 grades '. .. . .95c
B. V. D. nainsook union suits, $1 and $1.50 grades 69c
B. V. D. Shirts or Drawers, athletic or short sleeve styles, knee length
drawers, standard quality nainsook the 60c grade 29?
Superior, Vassar and Ritesize Union Suits, finest
lisles, every proportion, $2, $2.50 grades $1.35
Shawknit Sox 25c gradt
$1.15 for Men's $2 and $1.50 Shirts
A special purchase of the celebrated "York"
and "Faultless" shirts, one of the cleverest and
best national advertised brands, in beautiful per
cales and madras cloths, in starched or soft
French cuffsperfectly tailored $1.15.
XEJ'S $1.50, J2.00, $2..0 NEGLIGEE .HIRIS, 79c
A purchase of 1,200 fine Bummer negligee shirts,
soft collars und cuffs Attached. Beautiful mer
cerized Noisettes Crystal cloths, etc., $1.50, $2
and $2.50 grades 79c
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Save Boot Mat n.
Bleetrio wsas Burgss-Grndn.
n. M. Clark, dgna, lih and Douglas
Chauffeur WaaM Six BoUsrs 'Walter
8. Jtrdin was sued (or It (or wifii by
. Pew V. Hand, a 1-, ear-old chauffeur,
in county court. Hand was employed at
19 a month. He worked a few day. more
than a month. Then he and his employer
terminated their contract Hand says he
received only P and has as coming.
Sutoaer aaae Stele gome time
during the last month a banner belong
Inc to the Omaha Butchers' union was
tolen from the lodge room In Weahlng
ton ball. The disappearance of the ban
ner valued at fia was not learned until
nursdsy by F. V. Kunct, W4 South
Tldrteenth street, one of the lodge direct
ore. Inanact Is Abandons The Inquest
which was to hare been held over the
body uf Peter Ender. accidentally killed
Tuesday night, has been abandoned by
Coroner Willis C Crosby, a. there exists
no doubt but what Enders was hurt by
accident. The funeral will be held mm
time Sunday from Leo A. Hoffman's par
lors, with Interment in Forest Lawn cem
etery. Waaaertast Overoosaa Boys Wander
lust appears to have overtaken the youths
of Omaha, according" to reports received
by the police. Louis Kneeter of (U South
Nineteenth street reports that Philip, hta
14-year-old son, had run away Monday
night Barnard, the -year-old son of Mrs.
Carter. TA3 Davenport street, was also
. ...- About Theft After having
Philip Smith, a waiter In the Nagasaki
restaurant arrested for stealing H from
his clothes. Gilbert Do Ian of Met Califor
nia street toM Judge Altstadt that possibly
he was mistaken. He admitted being In
a saloon and upon bis own recom
mendation Smith was discharged.
Objeete't Wife atsaokiag David Card
has given tip trying to make his wtf
quit amoklng and drinking, according te
a petition for divorce, which he filed in
district court today. He saya his wife
has become so addicted to the habits that
be can do nothing with her and divorce
Is the only solution of the problem,
Wsenss Oaiisaey Befmr C. T. Mc
Orew, president of the Live Stock Na
tional bank of South Omaha, will deliver
an address before the state convention of
Nebraska building and loan associations
In Omaha June a. Mr MeOrew will discuss
banking and currency reform, explaining
briefly the provision of the proponed
national reserve aasociatloa.
Cartai s la Amiga Carl Cortere.
who en May 1 tried to kill a sua aad
accidentally shot and seriously wounded
Frank Crola. a freight handler, was ar
raigned before Magistrate Altstadt for
hooting with Intent to kllL He pleaded
not guilty and bis hearing was Indef
initely postponed, so that Crola may ap
pear te testify against him. Crola as
resting easily at 8t Joseph's hospital.
GREAT DRESSMAKERS' SALE
Brudtii Stores Bought the Entire
Ward Dreum&jung Stock of
Hew York. .
SALE BEODTS KOI MONDAY
The High Grade Laees, Trias-
aalags. Partly Made aad I'm
saade Rob, SI Ike, Drees
Fabrics, Etc, at Wa
derfal Fries Cea
eesslaas. Through our New Tork buyer Brandeta
secured at a big sacrifice the entire Ward
dressmaking stock of It East Forty
eighth street. New Tork. an establlaa
ment known In New Tork and the east
for the elegance and exelusivs character
of Its merchandise.
We have never shown such a wonder
ful variety of exquisite material, espec
ially In laces and trimmings, aa we pre
sent In this sale Monday.
Many exclusive elaborately embroidered
robes m lace, net chiffon. Such rich
laces as Irish Crochet real CTuny. Prtn
oaas Applique, Duchess, Venice, Ratine.
etc. In edges bands, galloon, and al lovers.
Trimmings In Jet garnitures, gold and
stiver and crystal fringe. Iridescent crys
tal beads, eta
Beatiful stlks, dross fabric, high grade
linens and exclusive French cotton novel
ties In robes aad pattern, on sale next
Monday. I. U BRANDEIS SONS.
Nature Works Hard
For a Bumper Crop
AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA
School Patron. Visit Exhibition of
Manual Traininf Work.
The Standard Grain company baa x
nraaaed lia oolnlon of tba Dresent cron
condition. In the following bulletin, which CABPEHTRY DIVISION ATTBACTS
It has sent out to th trade:
Crop Expert what foolishness Is com
mined In thy name. Nature la breaking
every beam In the Crop Killer's attic, and
the aplder which ml. led will soon weave
a web fur the purpose of covering hie
mlarepreeentatlons or faulty judgment.
At the same time his web will aervie
s. s trap for those ah choose to anter
hie parlor at another time.
New crop condition is Improving each
day and thers is no occasion for alarm.
We feel the earlier grain moves to mar
ket the more happy tne snipper win
V.i.i Eaell Tsar Severely la.
larva Wkea faaaht leintes
Wheel of Baxar la a
School patrons and people of the city
generally crowded the hall at IH North
Twenty-fourth street last ntgnt when the
fifteen schools of th city made a public
display of the Industrial and manual
Ws are not expecting a "Titanic' die-' y-. k . ,hi, flMV K.
aster." but the sea of high prices fn.y wor ,B hu-n tily b,n
leav a few wreck on the speculative engaged during the last year,
shore. We do not feel It too late to con-1 Of all the exhibits those ef the car.
sign, but believe that to obtain these ntrr 4iyUlion of ,h, manu, training
high prices, the busy man has much th. . . .
be.1 of th. argument department engaged most attention and
for the Work of the teachers and the
management Drawings, paintings, pot
tery, clay work and wood carving,
baak.try and a thousand other things
were there to show ths parents that their
children were making progress In ths use
ful aa well aa th ornaments! accomplish
ments of school life
Irate as teed.
In on corner of the room Superintend
ent N. M. Urahara hovered about the ex
hibit, of the phyalcal geography and
commercial map departments. Prof.
Graham Is sbovs all Interested In making
the children acquainted with the products
raw and finished of the United States.
On th maps of th states every product
was attached to that division of ths coun
try or state from which It came. Little
The new crop wheat will be on the
southern markets within thirty daya.
Harvest works north st the rate of
twenty mile per day and new arrivals
are aura to exercise a bearish Influence
eker to Taa Old
tj learn that th sure way te cure a
cough, cold or sor longs is with Dr.
King's New Discovery. SSc and SI S- For
aale by Beaton Drag Co.
;""-'Kiated taste prefer fermita, ec
Season is Retarded,
But Crops Are Fine
Though the season I the latest I have
knawa In eight year of farming In Ne
braska, th ground Is ia perfect condi
tion and proapacta were never better for
a bumper yield la grain,' ssid T. C Car
tar ef Lancaster county, who Is stopping
at ths Merchant.
"It always seem to me that corn and
hogs go pretty wall together. I stick to
those two things particularly. So far aa
I can e at present there Is nothing
that will hurt corn unless w have
sever drouth In th summer months. The
ground now le wet enough and a rain
will be needed for two or three waeka.
Wheat as much as I have seen of it
looks fine. This weather Is not helping
It. but the yield ahouM be en f the
best Nebraska haa had la years. "
Teachers Plan to
Get More Salary
A committee of teachers met at the city
hall last night and planned for an active
campaign to secure a raise in salarlee
tor th grade and kindergarten depart
nienta. Each school la th city was rep
resented. While the Board of Education is Inves
tigating salaries in other cities and haa
reachd the conclusion that Omaha Is
paying lower than many of them the
teacher will also Investigate and when
they have secured sufficient data, lay It
before ths members.
BURGLARS TAKE VALUABLES
WHILE MINISTER PREACHES
Burglars, who entered the home of Rev.
F. Ostertsg. Ul North Eighteenth at reel,
last night mad away with a lady'a gold
watch, two locket, three rings, a suit
case and SL Rev. Mr. Oetertag was lead
ing church services.
vials of oil from th wells of the Stand
ard Oil war In vldnc In all their dif
ferent changes from the raw sticky mees
thst gushes from the spout when the well
comes In to the refined article that la
burned In the hall lamp. P-cducta of ths
packing houses wsrs pointed out by the
children with all th familiarly of chem
lata or parking house experts.
Altogether the exhibition won much
favorable comment for the teachers of
the grade, snd especially for Prof. W.
H. Clark of the boys' manual training
and Miss Anna Meyers of ths clay mod
eling and fine arte department Mlaa
Lilian Ruderadorf, also, of th wood
carving and kindred branches cams la
tor much prslas.
Ths eihiblt will continue until Satur
Emll Tourek, the 7-year-old son of Joe
Tourek of Thirty-eighth and Monroe
tract, was thrown from a buggy and
seriously Injured yesterday evening at
Thtrty-slxth and R streets.
The young lad, together with another
older boy, was sitting In th buggy at
Thirty-third and Q atreet. when the
horse attached to the vehicle became'
frightened and daehed away at full speed.
Th older boy was abl to Jump off, but
young Tourek we caught between the
wheela and the body of the vehicle and
severely crushed about the bead, hips
and shoulders. City Phyalclsn ET J.
Hharwhan was summoned and after dress
ing ths wounded lad'p hurts sent the
Key to the Situation Be Advertising.
comment Wooden table. Mania chairs,
settees, flower stand, and Stools of every
variety were there bafor th vlaltora as
material proof of the success of W. H.
Clark's department of manual training
Ths work wss not ths usual slip shod
excuse turned out by half grown boys
rather such as might be favorably be
compared with that turned out from th
craft shops of Elbert Hubbard or John
Morris. Every piece waa wrought of hard
wood and (tained to a beautiful brown
oak. Mootly of the mission style th
pieces of boy-wrought furniture are at
one useful and ornamental and at th
end of th public exhibition may wall be
come a fixture la th homes of the young
craftsmen. To show that the boys war
not merely an narad a worksbep had
been fitted up In on corner of th hall
and white th high school ore beet ra
rendered melodies and school songs a
number ef th boys busily piled the
hammer and the saw. Th miniature
houss constructed by the boy of the
Brow Park school department won much
Among the girls' sewing and othai
work of th less strenuous sort at
tracted the attention of th crowd. From
th klodargartaa to th last grade la th
high school each class showed om
article or aocoxnpllahment thst said much
Th PenlMent and Judidou Ca of
Newspaper Advertising Is th Road la
Haw Men Mlad faaase.
Th late Guy Major, a former mayor at
Toledo, had a knack of ill uatra ting
homely truths aptly.
At a banquet Mr. Major, desiring to
point out that the people were -fickle ana
often wearied of their political favorites,
"Alaa, friend, many a young man who
grumble at sitting np half aa hour with
the baby would gladly have sst up all
night with hie wife befor marriage."
ieirou r re rres.
THE CUBE FOR
Th usual symptoms of 8crofuln are enlarged glands of th sack,
ores and ulcrs on th body, akin affections, catarrhal troublaa. weak
: ay, and general poor health. Th inherited poison, transmitted through
ua duoo, pollutes ana wajcns una nuia, ana in pine OX its natritlT
qualities fills th circulation with gcrofolous matter, which sap th vitality
of th ntlr srstam. Thousands of children, born with s scrofulous taint,
hav spent their childhood in constant physical suffering, snd grown to
manhood or womanhood handicapped by ill health snd stunted growth,
snd perhaps later soma dlsaass of th bona or Joints developed. 8. 8. 8,
given ia their early life, would hav prTntd this. It would hav
cleansed and purified th blood of th taint, nourished snd stngthnd
thetr systems, snd assisted ach to grow into strong, halthful manhood
or womanhood. 8. S. 8. la th Tery best remedy for Scrofula. It goes
(town to th bottom of th trouble, snd cleanses th circulation of all
scrofulous matter. It supplies th weak, diseased blood with strength
snd health-building qualities, and under th purifying effect of this gnat
remedy all symptom of Scrofula pass sway. 8. S. 8. contains no mineral
in any form, snd Is as absolutely aaf treatment for children, even infants,
or persons of any age. Literature about Scrofula and any medical advio
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