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THE BEL: OMAHA. SATUKDAY. MAY 18. 1912.
The "FAMOUS" $35,000
Will Be the
Greatest DAY of All
Slock Going Fast at These
Unheard of Prices
THE GREAT CLIMAX in this wonderful sale of the Famous Cloak and Suit Stock
Will COme 5atlirHa whan tho m9dnifionf erf -ae-k -f M.llinrr C9iaH frnm tK
ww s s w a I I w IllulllllWUiil JiWWIV Vl I IIII III vi w fc W WW II will lllw
. . ft f . m m mm . a . - . , .. . . . m
Famous fire goes on sale for the first time. This sale
remarkable sale ever known in the city of Omaha.
will go on record as the most
OVER 2,000 HATS ON SALE SATURDAY FOR ALMOST NOTHING
Hals st 9c Hits at 33c Hats at 69c Hats at 98c iHats at $1.48Hats at $1.S3Hats at $2.98Hai. at $3.98
J!?!. 1 ,,JL ,J,n? H,," ,h4t Wr children's In thl. lot rou will In the lot will fin.l itrand display of the Imported hat. In hlirh- All the imported mod
Hate that wr!iara- aged, bus not as bed ss " 'hat tot musty find beautifully trim- a grand assortment of mil beautiful hat. est grades and tyl.a jls. " JZ'lf
aged by water, and tn flrJ, )ot, worth to " x"tr: ribbons med hata. plain tailor- of hat. suitable for In th. city, only a few th frames of these m,nt TOU wln beur
worth all tha wajr ta on than hau ar. worth d hi. sailors most- any ocraalon: worth in tbla lot that got h.ta ar. worth twle. prised to mo them all
111. will go at IN. CO at thro, times tb. amount !' perfect condition to lli&O- damaged tb. price In our price
9c 1 39c 1 69c 1 98c lS1.48lS1.98lCTs3.98
ilfiarvelous Sale of Ladies' and Misses' Coats,
Suits and Dresses Continues Saturday
We are positively giving these garments away. Hundreds of new styles and
models will be shown for the first time, as our selling space is so limited.
I I mm ainn-a si ITS Mia
LwdteaT and Mlawaa Damagsd Coat, no Indira' and. Misses' Costs and Bulla, Ladles' and Mines' Kins Tailored Suits, Ladles' and M liana' Suits and Costa, sot
matter wfcat tha former price, wars ,",JteUw prtoJTw. befor n 6.0O-aUf hUy loUsd-- flan, regularly sails from 3QW to
Ssiardar ta elota tham all Saturday urday M&.M, to eloaa Saturday at
Sim flHBc $SJ!5lffsA
Ladles' House Dresses, all there is left Ladies' and Misses' and Juniors' Street Ladles' and Misses' and Juniors' Dresses, All the higher sliced dresses from the
from the Famous Stock, dumped for Bat- Dresses, one bl Uble full, some dam- ""Jf"- UM' ",u',tt,! tw.B' rmo" mr w1" cu do,w '
" . ... . Voll. Wash Dross Stilt, etc., worth to so as to make a clean sweep of tt, worth
nrdar- sgsd. others part act, worth to la.W ,1640 , , on, tot from fll.00 to S50. at
Sc 1,98 $2.88 IsT'nias
rtrccc ,Aril, Children's Dresses, whits and eolors, CbUdrsn'a rj smart Dress, all par- Pretty Asrss, las.
nuaren s cresses, worm c . worU tmm PrMj Apronll , wlth b(b J0
tod. fr - - some sllfhtlf soiled and soma perfect different patterns. 5 0 doses, worth M
91.SO, at " tiOQ to tt.M, st each. Salurdsy
15c, 25c and 33c 48c, 69c and 98c 98c-SI.98-2.48-2.98 15c
Clothing, Shoes and
Furnishings Go for a Song
SLAUGHTER PRICES I
raa f avlf V misT-
w " $4.95
lIA. mmm'm .Ilk
sis mews si tn o.sii
To., will b. .urKtMl at thsaa fine
W orates, tajwy
to , at
is mcss sttts sa.sa
Caw.al.tla of iaa tartal.aa bloa
alao a aviiMidld .AlMtlon of
brown., teja.,U1 an dark sraya.
aplandlddly mada aad
Ill walura, "alkirday TS
1M walara, Saturday ....... Sl.
nut slash ist snoft) ssasts.
It. I ai.n'a ototb ahoaa. (reatfwt
iw.?: - 98o
M.s's Hhmai aa
work, and draaa
II M Men's Orfords tn taris, rt-
.ma and aunmataJ. ka ma the lata
ots' wash ra.tiTs. ia.
KatckarawakM at.aa ta IS
Flls 1st of boyi pure wool paala.
bloomvr .tyla, all cdlors, M to
1", worth up to
II. M, for .
J 1 .95
Me Mvn'a Far.
On bi( raa M.n'a Hi
and sraya. rasular loo
II as Sulta
Jl.i sulta ss.aa
ic M.e'a Laalhar Bwlla .lira I
I to 41 lUO
! Mas s Puapaaaarh la Ucht and
II a Maa's Herns
lie Men's handkar- A
1t ll.ni I'nlon Holta. In Balhna-
san and m.i run ingin.
aim hnwt l.astb . . A
U 10 Man'. aalbykssan anion
auita, tha uua
II M Hin t Mala, l.rf. varlrty af
aaft and atlf f f I I ft
)uck II IC
On. lars tabl. of ladlr. Oifonl
and Pumpa. In all laeth.ro and
aiyl.a. worth up ta II. $j 25
13th and FarnamSts.
THB TOITHSTONB OF rOTtTtTVF.
21 Cbaxlea Major. 2 Vv- U-. The
A romance of the time of Charlea II,
Ih story feigning to be the personal rem
iniscences of Baron Clyde. The ehler
characters are the people of the court,
who are still of historical moment. Tbe
king old Rowley to ht InUmatea-the
duke of Monmouth, than plain Jamea
Crofts: John Churchill. later to become
tb duke of Marborouirh; Sarati Jennings
whom be married, her beautiful atater.
France, who la the heroin, of the tale;
the eomte do Qramont, he If the pet
memorlea of all literature, play the lead
ing parts of the drama. And It la a good
story that Baron pijdo tells, with plenty
of hlatorlcal color, and plenty alao of
per Hon. adrenturra and dare-darn truet
ring" to fortune, with huge and desperate
THE I. ART TRY. By John P.eed Scott.
t Pp. 11.2. 1. B. IJppL-.cott couipacy.
Thla book sgaln taiui up the twtums
of "Prince. Dehra," who gave ihe Mr a
to one of Mr. Scolt'a preriouw oi.e'e. Htr
American huMwnd an-1 c"nilr of her
kingdom made a great ml.tkite. it seem3.
Is not killing 'the V.Hain whom he 1-ft
off with his Ota in the other atory. an.t
the villlan came back and made trouble
And ao the king ar d bl frit nd Courtney,
who tell, this present at.-ry. oav. an ex
citing time, when fighting and plotting
and counterplott-ng. before the matter
snd the book are ended.
mubMpf. and .i delightful young million
an who.'-e mone lias not apoUad him.
and who la hi" to mak. a great aacrl-
floe fr Ms frlrnd. This la s cheery yarn
aho:t cheery people. In which even tha
schoolgirl vllllfca Is not so very bad. aad
In whlrh from tha flrrt page of tba first
ohaptr, the reader 1. entirely sure that
motor race and mystery and love story
aio all coming out right la tha end.
THE lj;CK OF RATHCOt-.IE. By
Jeanie (jould Lmcoltt. d3 Pp. 11.2.
Houghton Mifflin company.
A jam of lov. and adventure during
Wsahincton's first srlmiciatratlon. The
story centers around the t!morn theme
of s locket, this time w!th a fortune In
volved. The unusually charming hero'ne
accidentally gets poaae.ion of said locket
at a mask bait and after various e.itagle
menta it reaches the hero. Its rightful
HEART AXO CHAP.T.
Spaldhig Garry. 3M Pp.
Thla book deals with the experiences of
a trained nurse. The writer evidently
epeaka from experience, acd th-ae atorle.
of human suffering have dVpth ar.d sin
cerity Of feedng.
A motor romance. There's a charming
yams; woman, a spoiied achaolglH, a
philosophic chauffeur, a asaker of auto-
O. A. Wr
l.AtAGKS f.OVEB. Rv
Ingham. UT'I Py. 11.30.
In the peraon of Ij!aie. the Irish tom
boy, who becomes possessed of a re
former's seal, the author has created a
character wlnnlnn nnd audacious, "he
Is the embodiment of youth, and has ail
youth's joy and earnestness.
JAOQi'IXB OF THE Hl"T. By K.
Galilerno iir.Ui;. Mi Pp. SLM. U. P.
The scene of this story Is laid In the
Island of Sara, and th. time the second
half of the eighteenth century- The hero
lusty, selfish, happy-go-tucky type of his
dr.y--?a a r.iugg!er. whom poor, friend
ls Jvqulne loves with an uncaUculstlr.g,
head-long derotlon. Tragedy enter, but
Jacquine comes to her own in the end.
HIDDEN HOVPE. By Amelle Rives.
til Pp. 11.20 J. F. Wpplncott company.
A udy of a dual personality plus a
love story of a New fcnglander of Emer
sonian Ideals seeking seclusion In the
flr'tntalna of Virginia.
THK TOI RAR. Bv J. B. Ruckrose.
SO Pp. 51 Si. rJ. P. Putnam's sens.
Tlie T-.il Bar is the name of a gloomy
inn. with a mystery attached to Ha In
dwellers a tyrannical innkeeper, hi.
withered and blanched wlf. and thelr
daughter In lore with a young man who
Is the central mystery of the story.
THE MYSTFRT OF MART. Ry O. U
H Lutx. a Pp. '. H. Llpptnoott
When "a young and beautiful woman"
fliea distractedly down a wilderness of
trscks near the month of a dangerous
tunnel and appeals to a young man .also
flying dowa the tracks to a dtnnar en
gagement) to find a place whera sha can
hide from pursuers, there ia evidently
some mystery connected with her Tryon
Dunham rises gailantty to the occasion
and the mystery is liter settled to uie
complete satisfaction c-f all.
VllE bit; tl!-H. Is;- H H -Marrictt
,V trou if Vv- '-tt Brown st 'in
A young OTaii, seeking s!;e!ir .n aa
auc'iii ruot.'. frjrc a heavy thuoder
Itoim. pays : guineas f-'jr an ordinuT
looking Japaneae lacquered box. It turna
out that In antlcrus box balds the seem
of burled treasure of the Inraa. and peo
ple of shady reputation want the secret
and tate little how far they go to gain
their anda. Events follow thick snd fa.it.
I.AHT ELEANOR MVBRRAkRK
By Robert Barr. 1st Pp. tlO. Rand. Me
lt ally w Co.
Toe writer bsa ehoaen ss the scene of
his operaUons s region illuminated by
the personality of a character wh. la In
himself a souro. of perennial interest
Richard Brtnsley Bherldan. While the
character of Ihe great playwright Is
skillfully subordinated, yet the pleasant
Uillmacy setwsea him and the characters
of the narrative adds to the fascination
of the story.
FROM THE CAR BEHIND. By a
nor M. Ingram. 90t Pp. ti.M. J. B. Uppin
A motor romance. There's s charming
young woman, a spoiled schoolgirl, a
Bhliosopnlc chauffeur, a maker of auto
mobile and a delightful young million
aire whose mosey has not spoiled him
sad who la able to make a great sac ri
fle for his friend. This ia a cheery yarn
and about cheery people. In which even
tbe schoolgirl villain Is not so vary bad.
and ta which, from tha first page of th.
first chapter, tha reader Is entirely sure
that motor race and mystery and live
story are all coming out right In the snd.
THE LIFE OF BRET HARTfC Ry
Henry C. Merwin. K? rp. p.. Houghton-Mifflin
A narrative of Hart, s rife In California.
In the eastern state, and in Bump, of
remarkable freshness, fullness and in
terest, together with a full and apprecia
tive study of his work sad bis contribu
tion to American letters. Not th. leaet
Interesting part of the book ar. the
chapters which are given to a first-hand
account of th life of the pioneers in
California In ' and the years following
tha life upon which !rt Hart drew
for the sublet of practically all of his
DOWN THE ROAD Rv ts.'HH. v.i
tine Kelly, ta Pp. M.&0. Eaton Main.
A collection of esaaya on natur, life,
Htersturs aad religion.
A WOMAN'S TOl-R IN A MMTOR.
By Harriet White Fthr Tjt i to a
J. H. Lipoincutt company.
Automobile experience under eircum
t.'"ccK the most banal are apt to
eventful, and a trip really accomplished
in aa a-itcmobUe that encircles the globe
I !5 wori or lees epoh-mal-ins In th.
worid of manufacturers at least. Mrs.
Kl-hrr ha a-. omplKhed this trip with
uttuual suecesa tn that her experiences
were many and atlshaps last, starting
from New York, she landed In France,
crosped Ihe continent, sailed to Bomnav.
crossed India, again sailed tn China,
thence to Japsn, snd landed tn Han Fran
cisco, the trip scroxs America beUig tha
most difficult of all.
TNCHKASrVO HT'MAX EFFICIFNCT
FN Blb-INKHB By Walter Dill rVott.
Ol Pp. U.K. Ths MacMSIaa company.
From ths standpoint of technology this
Is sn able book wrtttra In a style that
will appeal to the business maa and
showing him how be can Increase th
efficiency of every class of employs, as
wall ss his own efficiency by mors or
less simple applications of the rules of
psychology the real psychology off the
scientific laboratory and not tha Imitation
brand which is exploited In magaxlnea of
THOirOHTS FOR DAII.T LIVING. Ry
Imogen Clark, selected from th. spoken
and written words of Robert Collver.
17i Pp. IMA American l.'nttunan asso
ciation. There Is no tenderness like that of s
strong man. Is a phrase which has bees
oftsn used. It applies to Robert (Tollyer
from the three pot nee of view of physique,
mentality and spirituality. No one who
has spoken to him. heard bun speak tn
public, or read his writings can doubt
that he poascssea a dominating person
ality. Hence, tha selections made by Imo
gen Clark for this volume are suggestive
of that personality, whether they glva
good counsel, cheer or consolation. ;
whether they are for th contented man. !
the successful man. or the failure. In
every phase and from every point of
view Mr. Collyer deals with the prob- :
ems of life and living, now in relation tn .
self, now in relation to ones neighbors. '
Ml'SIC AND MORALS. By H. R. '
llawets. 503 Pp. II ik. Harper A Bros.
The term Is comprehensive snd hre
covers tbe author's elaborate analysis of t
the connection of music with emotion. I
There Is also critical comment on music i
with reference to Individual morality, and j
to its influence and significance in society
at large. Tbe biographlea of great must-
clan, and the chapters describing the de ;
velopment of th piano and violin from I
humble beginnings are particularly value-;
A comparison Is given between the coats
of rail and water transportation, and the
final chapters are devoted to a detailed
dlscusnlnn of government reuul.tton.
WILLIAM J A M Eft AND OTHK.R
KSSATS By Jnaiah Rove. W I'p. II a".
Th. MacMlllan company.
Uavh .May mtalns an lnterpratalion
of scone problem that ia of vital Interest
to thoaa who want to form sound Ideals
for tha conduct of life.
INEXPENSIVE H'lMVS OK 1N
DlVIDI.ALITf Pp. 76 cenle. Mc-Brlde-N'Mt
I A collection of photographs and floor
I plana Illustrating certain of America's
best country and suburban homes of
WILL WE SOON SEE BY WIRE?
PMll.llltlra f thm rmr Fatar
lad Ira (" hy m RwiUa
THK AMERICAN TRA V8PORTATIOV (
QV'KDTION. Bv Btrnwl o. bunn. StA Pp.
$3-". l. Appletoa 4k Co.
The prtncipk: of rat niaktnR are fir -confldfYw.
avnJ th cost mnA vala? of tha j
servlr out!lisd- Thn wUavrUnlisatii. be-
tven commodltitai and oimmuiiltlM( and ;
b&wrwt htpprs, ts takn up and
reenedtea mmmUni. fcwaral clwatcra ara
devoted to railway tfflcteney from tha
tdtgrtprtnt of avoaoaar tod irabiic otrvtc j
Iaugii. If rati will, at th apparent
folly of t4HetnK bv mlr. but In tha rotdst
of your mirth ptra-- o not Utrigrt thai
our grarxlfathf ra Unglw4 jut aa hd-arti.y
when thr rumor of talktnr ovr
airt. And, if anyon had tniimid
that future irr.rallon would even tlk
without thf aid of wir:, over thr.uaanda
of nrltea of on. crandad would haw
rsaaiei away wtth a wtroke of acopipxy
fODeyrlndm-rd br rortK ted lautthter.
When It la rmeii.VT d thai the vni--ran
be reprodur-i by mechant"al man
ir.biimurh as it i but a w-rk f vtbra
tloris tn th air; that vieton Is but an
other kind of vlbratioi. in the ether, it
loookM as thoi.t:h iinfi over wlret would
be nuite as ilmpl as talklnx over the
telephone. The tlm may come, and not
no very far away either. whin we wtll
plrk up .he .'kphone and ivi only lain
wtth our friendi", hundrr-d of miles away,
but a tlicm quite dlattnrtly as well.
Elcctrlcly travela at nearly the aaroe
speed a lifiit. mllea a arond. and
It ta planned to cban the Ul't -1bra-tlooa
Into electrfccai vibrations, snd tb-m
over tha wire, and then oange them
hack Into latent vibrations, which wtll be
visible to the nsvktd ey-. This is exactly
wtiAt occurs in a teleph4n. In a much
aimpier av. Th- sound waves arc
chanced Into electric waves. the elec
tric waves are flashd over a air- and
t ho reLtti vr ch i icea t hem ha, k v a ' n
into sou ad wavea with the aid of a deli
catw isaSsftTiet and a nnaai disk
Prof. Rosins of the Technological in
atttate of rit. Teterabursh baa aiiwadiy
sMompHsoed muci. In sendinc rays of
liffnt rmr a wire with tha stsUtance oi
ctetcuictty. The Rosintf aypai'aJ.us ia mm
yet In Its Infancy, but vary amail ob-J-rts
esn ho seen with it and t ta only
reasonable to suppose that within a short
llmta aVst will ha aiila tn a natratsn
whlls siwaJtlng' to him over tha tsriephoMa.
HAIL THE NEW FOE OF FAT
Medical Maa Drops 11 Ha fe Porsy
ad Load th- Haw ble
1 f ou have ti-ara prenar tn h-d them,
now. Know also that the medical pro few -km
in enronraKinK the onion as thi
rose anions; roses, tha pearl of bulbs,
the queen of vegetables.
Dr. J. 8pllnfr of New Turk City
whoa cup of poesy brim a over, has an
art If Is in The IHetetlc and Hygienic fia
sstts in which he hails the humble onion
aa the union of many desirable qua I It ten
In onion there Is strength, not only of
brt-ath, but of body. In addition to other
noble jnallt.es of the onion It reduces
"1 would Ilk to Introduce here way,"
the phyahian, "of uains; the inn
onions tailed srulllona. which ar so:re
times Indulged In hn raw on ot-ca5ion
when privacy during and after eatiiix
them Is possible.
"Koll aM sr n thera like axp-iraKi-si,
on tuam If desired, and you sill find
that n'ne of their delicate flavor is lost.
while there la not tbe odor Imparted ta
the breath as whan they are eaten raw.
Ths sinailer tbe yoiwig onions, tha battj
they are for thla purpose-"
Key to the Hituation Bee Advertising.
Flattery far l be I Tim a Oowaw.
Fdwurd L. 1-.ton. one of tha btrweat
maii"fsturers of talkliut insrhlnes In tber
world, haa jo Idea that everyboily ta aa
niu'.h interented lu gtand opera as he la.
He rU-vi weekly coneerts at his hom
and makes ail his servants, who repra-
sent vsrioua nationalitlt-s, listen to them,
owe a Swedish housrmtid aava slima of
tnt-nie Mtlsfactton at hearing a particu
larly loud and shrill record by tha groat
hoprano. l.tiia Cavalterl.
"So you like that?" asked Mr. East on
all puffed up bet-suse his grand opera had
made such a hit.
' Ay t Ink It banc grand. replied Alma,
"It sound to ma lak d way de Ireesli
cook she cry las He-k a hen busban
die I'upular Magaitne.
1 Bfa veatlfMltl4a,
iiridget. C it Mm I m at home, but I
dn t want to sea him."
"If you will look at the clock. Mr..
Kickshaw, you'll sea It's time to go.
I don't know who th other candldsta
l old chap, bat if you're running for
the office I shall vote for him."
I'll lend you the flvrw. Junk Ins. but It
only fchowa that I've got more money
man i ve got eanse.
.No. I m only going to star a few mo.
mnls. Mrs. Kadger; I see I Interrupted
your upanking of th children "
I like your votes well enouah. M'sa
Ohucksiey. but you make awfully ugly
iar-. nen you nn.
"Iteart". your talk foesnt bother me a
bit; I m not listetUo " hicajio Tribune.
Do you Mke a really
TUXEDO TOBACCO will
make you glad. Of course
it won't "bite" it's the orig
inal stingless tobacco and
its fragrance is famous
wherever pipes flourish. Ia
the curved green tin 10c
PATTERSOTTS TUXEDO TOBACCO
.Ull II I SUM."
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