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BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JUNE U, 1912.
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ELKS GO WES1 IN SPLENDOR
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Magnificent Equipment Wili Carry
Them to Portland.
WILL CHARTER SPECIAL TRAIN
'4rew Will Be Selected from Amon
Membership of the Order and
Everything Will Be
One hundred Omaha ElKs nave !ned t:p
for the-trip to Portland to atleiit the
annual convention. They will travel in
a special train over the Union Paclf'c, In
charge of City Passenger Agent Balndorf.
The train will be made up of entirely
new equipment and will be one of the
finest and most complete that has ever
gone out of the city. It will consist of
a dynamo baggage, commissary car, ob
servation car and five standard sleepers.
It will be electric lighted throutfuout
from the head to the tail lights.
There will be vlctrola concerts, after
noons and evenings, and It is likely that
a piano will be installed in the observa
The engineer, fireman, conductor rnd
most of the other trainmen will be se
lected from the membership of the Elks.
Direct to Denver.
The special will leave Omaha Jul
at 8 30 P- m. and wtil run direct to Den
ver, where a stop , of three hours will
be made. .A stop will also be made at
Cheyenne, where the Omaha Elks will
parade through the streets. A short atop
will be made at Laramie 'and at Salt
Lake the party will remain three hours.
Through Idaho and Oregon, stops will
be made at all cities having Elk's lodges.
Home electrical decorations are being
worked out, but the details are not com
plete. One. however, will be a full grown
elk, with antlers six feet long, standing
rampant on the rear platform of the
observation car. The antlers will be
resplendant with 100 candle power Incan
descent globes to represent the eyes.
is Off the Press
Replete with Individual pictures and
wrlteups of each member of the senior
class and many other features of student
activities the 1913 "annual" of the Omaha
1 High school Register was given out to the
cupils at the school this afternoon.
An attractive cover design In red and
gray, the class colors, with gold embon
lnar is a feature of the book. The design
was drawn by Irving Benolken, '14.
Several snapshots of student happening
at the school taken during the last year,
a special department devoted to the cadet
regiment and several page of athletic
and society Interest are Included In the
annual. A "squib" department gotten up
by Paul Downs and Miss .Adelyn Wood
la also worthy of mention.
The editorial staff of the Register which
put out the annual was as follows: Ed
ltor-ln-chlef, George Grimes; assistant
editor-in-chief. Miss Beulah Byrd; busi
ness manager, Milton Petersen; assistant
.business manager, James Durkee.
A total of 208 pages make up the book
CONFIDENCE MEN LAND
IN THE CITY JAIL
Ed Martin and Louis Hagen, two pro
fesstonal confidence men who have been
working in Omaha during the last two
weeks, were arrested by Detectives Heit
feldt and Donahue at 9 o'clock thl
morning In Jefferson square.
Tom Lnngland. a former prize fighter,
was stripped of his roll of 1100 In the
Christensen saloon at Sixteenth and Burt
streets by the two men In a card game
Monday afternoon. They were playing
with their own cards and It finally
dawned upon Langland that they were
stacked. He demanded Martin to pay
back the money, which he refused to do.
When be brought his fists into . play
Martin turned over the money and he
and Hagen made a hasty getaway.
Walt Lemlng, proprietor of . the
Diamond saloon at Thirteenth and Doug
las streets, was another victim of the
two grafter. He lost $38.
Both Langland and Lemlng Identified
the men at the station as the same two
who had turned the trick on them.
Big Sale ' , 'J. : , ? ,
petu I n MAiNiitt ii
coats I rj , Vv
THURSDAY'S WONDERFUL SPECIAL SALE
Women's Tailored Suits
Worth up to $22.50, at $7.50
These light weight
wool suits come in
the. newest styles of
the season. There
are scores of new
new trimmings and
new colors in the
most popular new
styles of the season
all are very well
tailored and hand
Suits that sold as
high as $22.50 go
our second floor, at
YOUR EYES NOW
1 Sale of Women's Pumps and Oxfords
$3.50 to $5.00 Values at $2.25
These are broken lines in the most ,
popular styles of the season, in
dull calf, kid and tan leathers-
all sizes in one style or another,
that sold regularly at $3.50 up to
$5.00; on sale at, per ) C
Men's and Women's Traveling Slippers Made of fine
soft kid in tan, black and maroon colors with leather
cases to match folds into very small space -excellent
slippers at, per pair .$2.98
MISS LAURA GRAHAM TO
.- BE IN 0MAHJJ NEXT WEEK
Next Tuesday afternoon at 1 -o'clock-Miss
Laura Graham, national secretary
of the General Federation of Women's
clubs, will arrive In Omaha. She Is
traveling with the Ohio delegation that
is on its way to the annual federation
meeaing to be held In San Francisco. The
Ohio delegation has a special train of
nine sleepers and will remain In Omaha
two hours. During the stay of Miss Gra
ham and the Ohio delegates In the city
they will be received by a committee from
the Omaha Woman's club, and It Is likely
that they will be given an automobile
ride about the city.
SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION AND SALE
w meinert s uresis uiueiu
Dress Shield season is here and the im
portance of the proper shield is rea
lized by every woman. Mme. LaTour,
an expert dempnstrator, is here to ex
plain the merits of the many different
Specials During This Demonstration
Kleinert's Featherweight Shields
No. 3; per half down. $1.20
Kleinert's Featherweight Shields
No. 4; per half dozen, 81.44
Kleinert's Featherweight Shields
Kleinert's Gem Shields, No. 3;
per half dozen 81.50
Kleinert's Gem Shields, No. 4;
per halt dozen 81.70
Kleinert's Gem Shields, No. 5;
per half dozen
No. 5; per halt dozen, 82.04
Pompeian Bitter Sweet Chocolates in a variety of pure
iruit ana nui centers regumriyuiiutuuj K ill
Thursday is Chocolate Day
are specially priced for Thursday only at, lb..
HARRISON DON'T THINK
MUCH OF HIS OWN PAPER
C. F. Harrison, member of the execu
tive committee of the National Associa
tion of Real Estate exchanges, declined
at the meeting of the local exchange that
he was going to read a paper on "Taxa
tion" at' the Louisville convention that
he "wouldn't walk across, the ttreet to
He made the statement while pleading
for a greater representation of the Omaha
exchange at the national convention. He
said there would be lots of other things
of Interest there, however.
Only four members of the local ex
change have definitely decided they will
attend the convention.
DREDGE EXPERTS GO TO
WORK AT CARTER LAKE
F. S. and C. Bowball of Detroit. Mich
experts In setting up dredges, are In the
city and will begin tomorrow to assem
ble the dredge at Carter lake.
"It will probably take us three months
to finish the work," said C. BowhalL
'We wilt probably employ eight or ten
men. Work will begin tomorrow." Ex
amlnatlon of the material for the dredge
was made today.
M'GREARY FREED FROM
ILLEGAL VOTING CHARGE
AJ McGreary, charged wtlh perjury for
alleged fradulent registration in the Bee
or.d precinct of the Third ward on the
day of the municipal election, was ac
quitted In short order by a jury before
Jud;;e Day In the criminal division of
the district court McGreary registered as
CHICAGO'S MOST BEAUTIFUL WORKING GIRL
Will Be in Brandeis Stores Pompeian Room
Friday and Saturday, June 14 and 15
Miss Rae Potter, won the first prize in the Chicago Tribune
beauty department and has been officially declared the most
beautiful working girl in Chicago. She is demonstrator for the
most beautiful sewing machine in the world, "The Free." She
will be in our sewing machine section, Brandeis Pompeian Room,
properly chaperoned and will explain the merits of "The, Free"
to Omaha people all day Friday and Saturday.
s You should have your
eyes taken care of at once
if you have had any trouble
Do not wait for another
attack of that headache.
The eye strain is there just
the same. The muscle of
accommodation is over- ex
erted and the drain on the
nervous system continues.
Even if your eyes trouble
you only a little, look after
At the Flltton Optical
Company's office you can
consult with a man who has
had many years successful
experience ' in Omaha, Ap
pointments may be made
Telephone Douglas 1953.
Flitton Optical Cd.
(Successor to Huteson's)
213 South' Sixteenth Street.
The Closing Out Sale
.iLju-Lnrirn i 1 1 "
Half Million Dollar Stock
Begins Next Monday A. M.
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Presenting thousands of once-in-a-lifetime opportunities to secure de
pendable, up-to-date merchandise for considerably less than the oldest inhab
itant has ever known. Watch for details to follow-watch for a sale that is going
to shake this entire country for hundreds of miles around.
Or kin Brothers
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This Day in Omaha
rhirty Twenty Ten Tears kg
M x tutorial race of eaeh lssns
And Let's Settle the
u We want the most healthful light
"Yes and of course that's electric light.
"And we want the most beautiful light
"That's electric Ight too.
"And the safest light
"Electric tight is the only safe light'
"And the most convenient light
"Well the most convenient things I know
are the telephone, telegraph, street cars,
push buttons and they are all electric.
"And we want the light that will be the
"Yes in the long sun that surely, is
"In other words we want Edison
.THESE LAMPS ARE FOR SALE B
Qmaha Electric Light
& Power Company
"The Bread of Health"
It's the bread that par
ticular people insist on
having, because they
know of its pure, deli
cions, nutritious quali
ties. Profit by the ex
penence of others and
Insist on having
At All Grocers
Fresh E very Day.
We have a-woman's shoe for
weak arches and flat foot that
will bring Immediate relief for
those foot defects.
A weak arch or flat foot is
a foot in which the arch or
instep is broken or breaking
down,- due to excessive weight
or ill fitting shoes. It causes
none I pains in the instep, ankle, knee.
and limbs and labored walking
It is often mistaken for
rheumatism These are the
only shoes we have ever known
to relieve it Try a pair if you
have these foot troubles.
' milk is
Tbe Bate XUk"
The entire salvage from the Mc
Crorey 5c and 10c store on sale at
prices to move goods quick. Goods
must be sold this week.
All kinds of Tinware, each . . . .
All kinds of Oraniteware 3
All kinds of Ribbons, yard, l
All kinds of Collars, each l
Jewelry, 2 cards for .5j
Lace Collars, each l
Glassware, each 1 and 2
All kinds of Notions at . .1
All kinds of Stockings, per pair 5
Cortlcello Embroidery Silk, 3 skeins
Salt and Pepper Dishes; each . . . 1
If you have a store it will pay you
to put In a big supply. We make you
a special price.
523 SOUTH 16TH STREET,
Opposite Rome Hotels
, Sixteenth and Jackson.
DR. BRADBURY, DENTIST
KM fTaraam St. .KT9' fDODt UOUg. 175a
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Missing Teeth supplied
Extracting 25c Up
FUllngi 60c Up
Crowns ... ,....$2.50 Up
Brldgeworls . . . $2.50 Uc
CO Tears Same Offioo
without Plate or Bridge
work ' Nervec removed
without pain. Work guar
anteed ten yearc
Uvlnt at the Aetna hotel The pro
prietor and employes of the Aetna were
placet! on the st&nd by the state to tes
tify that McGreary did not live at the
hotel. They refused so to testify and
would so no further than to say ttu t
they were not sure whether he live!
there or not
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The real estate business is
bound to center around the court
house and citv hall. A real estate
'-'It Hi sfrffltM
man who wants to
should select an of
fice in a location
which is the center
of his line of business.
The same thing is
true of insurance,
which likewise cen
ters in the financial
trict. It would be
well as soon as possi
ble to secure an office
The Bee Building
210-12-14 A large suite of offices on the second floor,
hB.vin a total of litll square ieec oon.v oi mese omces nave
been partitioned so as to make a suite of about five roomc.
This space will be rented either in single offices or in suits.
Price per month for ali $80.00
Room 322 Reception room, private office, two large closets, large
workroom with two north window Ideal for engineer, archi
tect, doctor or ether professional men. Rental per u.onth, $4.00
Room 3S2 This is a south front office facing on Farnam street, close
to the elevators. It Is partitioned so as to afford a private of
fice and reception room. Very desirable. Rent per month, $20.00
Room 41 Has a south and west exposure and Is always a very cool
room In summct time. Size. 12fcx20i4 aoi rents for, por
Room 422 la 15HX19H feet in size: has two north windows and a
private office partitioned off inside this space. This room
would be particularly well suited for an architect or studio.
Room 650 This Is a well located office facing Farnam street on the
fifth floor, near the elevators. Size of office, 14x19 H, having
a partition dividing this room Into three offices This vould
. be particularly desirable as an attorney's office, on acccount of
other attorneys being located on this floor and having large
. . libraries. Just the place for two young, ambitious attorneys.
Rental price per month.... $30.00
THE BEE BUILDING CO.
Bee Business Office,
17th and Farnam Sts.
The Quality and
The Bee and Omaha mer
chants are offering Wm. Rogers
& Son's silverware in one of
the most beautiful patterns ever
created. The Quality is Rogers
quality and it therefore is not
necessary to say any more.
Just Rogers quality that's
The Bee gives you a teaspoon
for five coupons like the one
below. The Omaha merchants
furnish coupons for all the
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MI 3 3 BUTLER
STew England Bak.
try, 331$ Xaveu
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813 South 16th St
1309 raraam S
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148 remain St. .
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