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.IIE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, MAY 6, 191o.
CROPS COULD NOT BE BETTER
Bo Bays the Weekly Crop Report of
the Burlington Road.
WHEAT FAR ABOVE AVERAGE
Corn IMnntlntr l Well I ndrr Wny
nnil All Conditions .re Most
Fnvnrnble for All the
The Burlington' crop and soil report
fnr fh week ending May 3 dhows ft
condition In Nebraska that has seldom.
It ever, attained. After summarizing the
Information sent him by company ex
perts and others. General Superintendent
Allen, writing to General Manager hoi
"In Nebraska winter wheat could not
be unlformally In better condition than
It Is at the time of making this re
port. Our agents and 'officers report the
condition of winter wheat from 100 to IX
per cent of the average crop. I do not
think 15 to SO per cent above tho average
Is an exaggeration."
In giving these flsurcs, Superintendent
Allen does not take the flgu- of any
one year, but. Instead, takei. the 10-year
average, which Is 89 per cent.
With referenco to spring grain, the
superintendent says that seedlna Is gen
erally finished and that many of the
fields begin to show green. , In Kansas
and on tho McCook division in Nebraska
about 10 per cent of the corn has been
planted, but elsewhere planting has
hardly began, yet the ground Is being
rapidly prepared for a large acreage
The weather of last week was unusually
favorable for sugar beets and most
The Northwestern's weekly report
shows conditions similar to those detailed
by the Burlington. There was plenty
of rain last week nlong all of tho Ne
braska lines. Wheat is In excellent con
dition and Is from six to eight Inches
high. Corn planting Is In progress in
many sections, but has been delayed to
some extent by the, wet weather. The
range Is In the best condition In years
at a time this early In May and cattle
are beginning to take on flesh.
Plans Complete for
Automobile Eoad to
the Black Hills
An organization to lay but and build a
portion of a national automobile highway
connecting Omaha with the Black Hills,
to be known as the Omaha-Rosebud-Black
Hills Scenlo highway, was. per
fected Saturday night at Winner, a I..
and work on th road will begin at once.
Representatives from most of tho towns
touched by the proposed road attended
tho meeUng, which lasted until after
midnight, and plans were outlined for
the construction and repair of the road.
The road will go from Omaha to Norfolk
and to the Rosebud territory through the
B. V. rarrlsh, manager of the Com
mercial club publicity bureau, represented
Omaha at tho meeting, presenting lt
claims to tho southern terminus of the
road. If tho road Is made, Omaha will
have a direct connection with the Yellow
tone natlonat park, a road from the
Rosebud connecting with tho Yellowstone
being also planned by organizations la
FORMER OMAHA LAD
LANDS GOOD POSITION
Eighteen years ngo C. B. Schmidt, an
Omaha boy and brothcr-ln-law of tho
late George B. Tsschuck, entered tho
employ of the Burlington und was elvan
work under J. B. Reynolds, city pas
senger agent, soliciting business on tho
streets here. Word comes now that he
has been appointed trafflo manager for
the 8eam-Roebuck company of Chlcagi
nt a salary that reaches Into five figures
When he started with the Burlington,
Schmidt was Just a boy, auout M years
of age. Ho worked In tho company of
fice here a couplo pf years and then
was sent to Denver as city ticket and
passenger agent A few years later ha
went to the Rork Island as general
agent, with headquarters In Chicago.
Then ho went to the 'Frisco, where he
remained a few years, returning to tho
Rock Island as commissioner of Immi
gration, which position' he held' at thr
time of Resigning and going .vylth tho
ryder to Recommend
hearing for officers
Pbllce Commissioner Ryder will report
to the city commission this morn
ing In favor of an Investigation Into
charges against Detectives Dan Lahey
ahd M. J. Sullivan, In which three cltl
sens allege the detectives maltreated
them, using foul language and fists.
The complainants were taken to tho po
lice station charged with soliciting money
for tornado sufferers without authority
but after fully establishing that they
were authorised by the Jewish Relief
association to so solicit they were re
leased, Attorney Harry Zlmman has
tiled the complaint. Tho date of hearing
will be Monday. It Police Commissioner
Ryder's recommendation Is adopted.
STRANGER DROPS DEAD
AFTER ENGAGING ROOM
An unidentified man. aoout 45 years of
age. died this afternoon at SOI Capitol
avenue. He had applied to Maud Terrlce,
who conducts a rooming house at that
number, for a place to stay and after
she had showed him a room that met with
bis satisfaction, she started down the
hall leaving, him inside.
The sound of something falling attracted
her back to the room, where she found
the stranger apparently lifeless. After
trying to revive him with an application
of .cold water upon his head she called
the police and It was then learned that
the man had died, presumably from an
ttack of heart troubte. The coroner haa
taken charge of the body.
This Interest Cvery Woman.
A family doctor said recently that
women come to him thinking that they
lave female trouble, but when he treats
them for thlr kidneys and bladder, they
loon recover. This Is worth knowing, and
lso that Foley Kidney mis are the best
nd safest medicine at such times. You
cannot get better, purer medicine for
backache, weary, dragged out feeling,
aching joints, Irregular kidney and blad
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lers everywhere. Advertisement.
ATTRACTIONS IN OMAHA.
Hippodrome "The Winning Widow."
Oaystyl 'Just Movies."
Orpnsnmi Van a Tills.
BTatlnsss at Emprtss, Klppodroms,
jvi mob; ana uranium vnt&itrs.
"Kvrmraiunii" nt the llrnndrlx.
I'-vrrywomnn," a dramatic spectacle In
five cnntlcles, by Walter Browne; music
by George Whlteflcld Chadwlck; staged
uy George Marlon; under direction of
v??l'SK. U. Cooper Cllffe
K try woman Adelc Blood
" Marlon Dentler
Ueut I Iture
Modesty tiniiv i,t,.,
Conscience, her handmalden.June Mullen
I" lattery w
TiVl!''ia Wtch..... Kathleens Kerrigan
"nt, uuvo ine rirni, ner son. .........
VVMInm t nts.
"'"if Clyde Benson
L J. luring
I Uif. n. tirrjm n cnt inkn .f
Passion, ii play actor....'.
a.... .(Inn Tern A . KnioMiinn
'""".'.J1 Cft11 Theodore Wilde
,....!"" a millionaire rscnior iennon
VUtless, a nobleman Hubert Osborne
; Vincent Page
itlFCU , .Ilnxln (Tlirfnrrt
Helf Marlon Ilrndhnrv
vanity Flora Mason
Vice, a courtesan I.villn Pmn.
Charity, a minister Wllllum J. Mack
Order itov Clifford
Grovel ....Roy Baker
Sneak Charles Durnale
Mr. Savage's company presented
"Everywoman" In a most Impressive
manner at the Brendels last nght. The
story of her quest for love Is richly em
bellished with rhetorical gems and jewels
of music, flashing with cynical humor,
sparkling with brilliant wit, glowing with
earnest thought, and finally gleomlng
with the radiance of truth. It has a les
son, old as humanity, and Just about
as apt to bo commonly applied as any
of the other moral lessbns that have been
taught so persistently since preachers
first took up tho task. Mr. Browne has
patiently wrought out, and Mr. Savago
faithfully produced, a serious comment
ary on life; and yet, said to relate. Mayor
Gaynor was compelled to use all the force
of the law to get the 'lobster palaces
along tho "Great White Way," where
much of tho action of the play Is local
ized, to close their doors at 1 a. m., hold
ing that by that hour enough of feasting
and drinking and turkey-trotting might
easily bo Indulged, and that a few hours
could well be given to quiet, even on
Broadway. So much for the Influenco of
the dramatic tale told In "Everywoman."
Kverywoman, young and beautiful. Is
warned by Nobody and Truth, but she
listens to Flattery, and sets forth from
her homo, accompanied by Youth. Beauty
and Modesty, In quest of love. Sho goes
to the theater, managed by Stuff and
Bluff, whero she Is welcomed as the star,
and where Youth and Beauty are added
to the chorus, but where poor Modesty
Is put In chains. Hero Kverywoman
meets Wealth, and Witless, and Ago,
Greed, Vanity and Self. Here Passion
comes, masked, and posing ns Love, kisses
her, but Modesty from her prison calls
out In time. To her apartments she In
vites her now friends, and there an Youth
flirts with Age, and Wealth undertakes
to pose ns Love. Beauty dies whllo Con
science sings her requiem. Kverywoman
flings herself at Wealth, who learns of
Beauty's death nnd leaves her. On New
Years Kve, whep gay folks throng
Jiroanway, making merry comes Every
woman, clad In sober garb, Youth follow
ing her; cruel Time slays Youth, and
Everywoman Is left without companion.
Again sho appoals to Wealth, who re
pulses her and driven away with Vice.
Nobody Is there to comfort her, but
Truth comes and lights her way to th
homo sho left, where she finds Love
asleep on the heurth, where he has kept
the fire alive, uwnltlng the time when
Everywoman must come back to find
This Is tho skeleton of tho story: it Is
told In words of simple grandeur, with
muslo that fits It well. Us characters
are shorewdly satirical or happily Ideal
ised, and Its action Is eloquent of Its pur
pose. Adelo Blood, In the title role, has every
thing to commend her; her beauty of per
son, grace of manner, anil splendor of
volco with licr capacity for Intelligent
acting, sum up a total of charms that
well fit her to represent Kverywoman.
Miss Kerrigan Is a good Truth, and de
serves the praise she has had elsewhero,
Youth, Beauty and Modesty are typified
by Misses Dentler, Leturo and Rothnour.
Juno Mullen as Conscience hides her real
beuuty beneath a sombre costume, but
her songs are among the Joys of tho
evening. Tho other women of the com
pany also have merit. Other parts are
well played by tho women of tho com
pany, while tho chorus Is a genuine Sav
H. Cooper Cllffe brings to Nobody a
manner that establishes tho role as sec
ond only to the title. He reads his lines
with rare Judgment nnd such splendid
diction as makes him a delight. 'And the
roles given the other members of tho cast
are enacted with such taste and care as
makes tho wholo fit to rank ns one of
tho best performances ever seen in
Vnudcvlllr nt the Orplirum.
There Is not the slightest lag In the bill
which Is presented ut the Orpheum this
week and It goes with a snap which Is
Indicative of tho best of vaudeville. There
are many pretty girls, who wear dainty
gowns and sing catchy songs, on the
program, and' one does not have time to
feel bored for a minute during the entire
While there may be others whose act
might bo termed 1'the headllner," there
was none which demanded the number
of encores as did James Diamond and
Sibyl Brennan, In their rJtlt "Nifty
Nonsense." It Is funny from beginning
to end and the many witty sayings brought
lorth u long continued applause which
was only satisfied after five encores had
been given. The Eight Palace girls, who
eome from a five years' engagement at
the Palace theater In London, are de
llghtful In their work. Their dancing Is
most graceful and their number is one of
the good feature of the performance. The
sketch of the bill is an Egyptian musical
comedy "Cleopatra's Needle' presented
by Peggie Lennle and Walter Hast
Hynian Meyer Is a talented musician as
wll as a good comedian and there Is
only one regret and that U that he does
not give more real music to the audience,
which fs he truly capable of doing.
"Johnny Small and His Small Sisters" Is
offered by Archie bchatx and Ada and
Ethel Delberg and Is cleverly done. The
bill opns with Clara Ballertpt. a
European novelty artist who gives some
Spanish dances and banjo solos and
closes with the Jordan Girls, a trio ot
wlro walkers, who do some daring stunts.
The talking picture give two sketches,
"Dick the Highwayman' 'and "The Poli
tician." "The Winning Widow" nt the Hip
podrome, "The Winning Widow" was present'd
at the Hippodrome yesterday to the In
tense Joy of overflow audlencen at each
performance. It Is one of the most at
tractive of the tabloid musical comedies
yet offered at this theater, and Its re
ception seems to entirely Justify Manager
Woolfolk In Its production. Its fun Is
all retained from the original, and Its
music is the same snappy, Jlngly sort
that made the show a hit In Its more ex
tended form. The company Is n good
one, with a splendid bunch of lively girls
In the chorus, who wear a number of
beautiful costumes most effectively. The
opening day of the big voting contest
for an automobile showed the patrons to
be taking a lively Interest, with the
promise that tho venture will be a full
Ml f 'niinlnKhnin'M Reoltnl.
Miss Nancy Cunnlnghnm, assisted by
Dr. Frederic C. Fremantel, gave an organ
recital last evening nt tho First Congre
gational church, this being the last musi
cal evening at the church this season.
Many of the numbers wero by request.
Tho program was listened to by a large
congregation, which gave close attention
throughout. Dr. Fremantel gave two
numbers from Mendelssohn, "Tho Sorrow
of Death." and the beautiful and well
known recitative nrla from Elijah, "Ye
People, Rend Your Hearts," and, "If
With All Your Heart," which he sang1
with his usual artistry and musical In
terpretation. Miss Cunningham' opened
tho program with a suite by Borowskt.
In her second group were a number of
the request numbers, "In Pnrndlsum," by
Dubois, Is a very lovely bit of heavenly
melody, and was played most effectively.
This was followed by an Interesting
"Romance," by Tschnlkowskl, which was
Interpreted In a muslcnl manner and was
of such" elusive, haunting beauty that the
writer would have enjoyed hearing It
right over again, as noon as It was fin
ished. "Idyl," by Kinder. Schubert's
"Serenade," and "The Spring Song," by
Adolph Jensen, completed this group.
Handel's ever popular "Largo," made a
most appropriate offertory. Tho benutl-'
ful "Prayer," from the Gothic suite by
Boellman, was full of repose and tho
"Ahdanyno," by Lemare, always effec
tive, sang Its lovely melody that
brought out mnny beauties of Interpreta
tion. A deep Impressive "Funeral March"
by Gullmant, closed tho program and was
presented with breadth nnd dignity
Throughout her work Miss Cunningham
showed a thorough knowledge of the pos
sibilities of tho Instrument at her com
mand. Her playing Is marked by re
flncment and musicianship and at nil
times her Judgment in registration proved
highly satisfactory. II. M. R.
Mnvlea nml Cnbnrct nt the Gnyrty
"Class" defines the compass of the en
tertainment which Manager E. L. John
son yesterday stnrted at the Gaycly for
a summer run,- The motion pictures,
which are to be changed eanh day, offer
porno of a 'urloty of reels that ure
nigiuy interesting, educational and en
tertaining. Tho manager selects tho
films himself and therefore gets the best.
giving tho public Just what It wants. Be
sides the motion pictures there Is the
cabaret feature, furnished by two young
women and dno young man. Misses
Grace Crow and Mvslyn Recso played
popular muslo on the piano and violin,
While. Daniel Surrey moved through the
parquet singing many catchy songs.
Itiirlrmiue nt li Krug.
"The Darlings ot Paris." first of the
plays to bo given by the Krug stock
burlesque company, was placed on ttv
boards yesterday, and It muda u hit. ltd
leading feiiture Is a chorus if pretty
girls, whose ability to sing nnd dancu
makes (hem good to watch at nil times.
Joe Carter Is a fun maker of high rank.
An olio of fou,r acts was well received.
One of Its numbers. Is a dancing and
singing stunt, In which the malo half of
tho entertainment Is u delight. Living
pictures, posed by four, well shaped girls
drew a big hand. Tho entertainment Is
good In many ways.
Judge Baker Will
Pass on Feasibility
of Bringing Suit
Upon request of City Commissioners J.
J. Ryder and Joe B. Hummel tho city
commission referred Councilman Mc
Govern's resolution Instructing the cfty
legal department to Institute proceedings
to test the power of the Water board to
charge "exorbitant rates," to the legal
department. Judge Baker will pass on
the "feasibility" of starting the suit In
all courts contained In the McGovern
resolution. There was no objection to r.
ferrlng tho matter. It will probably be
voted on Tuesday mornlns.
SPEAKS HERETHREE TIMES
By a late telegram It haa been learned
that Dr. M. A. Matthews, moderator ot
tho Presbyterian general assembly ar
rived In Omaha last evening. Arrange
ments have been made for htm to speak
In the chapel of the Omaha Theological
seminary at 10 o'clock this mornlnu.
and then In the First Presbyterian church
at 7:15 o'clock In the evening. At the noon
hour ha will bo the guest of the Univer
sity club. Both the morning and even-
Insf meeting will be open to all persona
who desire to see and hear this distin
Key to the 8ltuatlon-Bee Advertising.
OSBIX SOXSB QsT&Y
Jr RED-MAN X
Mayor Jim. Reveals His True
Place in the Musical World
Rat-a-tat, rat-a-tat. '
Hear It? Snare drum? No.
Plng-a-llng, plng-a-llng, ping ping.
Harmonica? That's It ,
It's Mayor Jim's new substitute for
election brass bands, cowboy yells and
tho thunder of the hoofs of stampeding
herds. Of course, it's a rather cheap
substitute, but It's the best the mayor
can do. ....
That- Mayor ' Dahlman Is a musician
with an 'artistic temperament has been
concealed from the public by his as
sistant, Miss Nell Matone, but tho secret
Is out. It got out when the mayor en
tertained the Gee-Whizzes and Whang
Dlngers In his office.
Tho Oee-WhUz and the Whang-Dlnger
ball teams are the mayor's pets. He
buys the youngsters uniforms nnd Is the
supreme court of base ball In Juvenile
sporting circles. He's a great promoter
and a ninety-third degree fan.
Solemn as Julius Caesar the captains
of the Gee-Whlizers and the Whang
Dingers let their aggregations Into tho
mayor's private office. The door closed
and august visitors waltlne for a hear.
Ing shuffled Impatiently fifteen minutes.
I hen tho sound of Jolllty-an1 some snv
tho patter of little feet-soinded from
the mayor's sanctum. The ragtime
strains of harmonious mmln khuH
through the keyhole and Impinged upon
the eardrums of the nugust visitors.
Seven to Graduate
Tuesday from the
Omaha Theological seminary commence
ment exercises will bo held Tuesday and
Wednesday, when a class of seven will
ho graduated. Oral examinations will bo
given the class members Tuesday at the
seminary chapel. Rev. Mark A. Matthews,
D. D., moderator of the general assembly.
will be present, and talk before the
graduates at 10 a. m. Examinations will
take place at 9 o'clock In the morning,
and at 2:30 o'clock In the afternoon. Sem
inary cotnmunlon service will be held In
the cvenng nt 8 o'clock. '
The annual' banquet will be held Wednes.
day night at 6 o'clock nt the North Pres
byterian church, and tho graduating exer
cises at tho same place at ? o'clock. Rev.
11. W. Reherd, D. D., of Waterloo, la.,
will 'deliver the commencement address.
Rev. Charles A. Arnold of Kansas City
will talk In behalf of the alumni. Elbort
J. Nlckerson will deliver tho class ora
tion. The annual meeting of the directors
will be held at 9 a. m. Tuesday morning
and the alumni conference will take place
at 2 p. m. at the library. 1 '
The graduating class Is composed of A.
S. Hutcheson. R. A. McNall, T.. S.
Hughes, E. J, Nlckerson. G. C. Sprague
and B. A. Fye.
NAME OF FT. OMAHA AVENUE
IS NOT TO BE CHANGED
By approving a plat for the extension
of Fort Omnha avenue, the nnmo to be
retained and not changed as requested
to Laurel avenue, tho city commission
went on record for uniform rumen of all
streets, hut discarded the doctrine for
merly preached by civic reformers thai
streets with 'Jogs" should, not be ap
proved. The extension will not be a
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"Wha's It?" asked a reporter, believ
ing a .band, of gypsies were performing
for the chief executive of the city. Miss
Nell Malonc shook her head and smiled
In the wisdom of a great secret. The
mlriuto her face was turned "to the pa
pers on her desk tho reporter sneaked
up to the private office of the mayor anJ
peeked . through the keyhole.
Will he ever forget that picture ot hlch
delight? Never. Ho knew the mayor
cotild play a Jewshnrp and make a. six
shooter sing a song, but thnt he Cdula
tinkle the delicate strings of the har
monica nnd make them give forth ragtime
was something of which he had never
But the mayor was doing it. And the
gee-whlzzers and the whang-dlngers were
delighted. Their chief had risen a thou
sand per cent In their estimation. Ana
some of them refused to be outdone.
They cut the pigeon wing, went through
awkward double-shuffles and finished a
flno hoedown with all the enthusiasm of
professional toe twlrlers.
When the magnate and his aggregation
of base ball constellations came out or
that private office they were as solemn
faced -as though they had but recently
settled tho 'alien land trouble In Cali
fornia. The august visitors iind two or
them were from Denver nnd therefore
accustomed to surprises gasped. Just
gasped, that's all.
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Real Malt and Hep Beer at
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We have corrected tho one
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of footwear. Wo have non
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gun metal, calf, patent colt,
blaqk and brown suede and
white nubuck in all widths
from triple A to D.
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tram MONTREAL QUEBEC
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MAY SALES OFFER MOST PLEASING OPPORTUNI
TIES FOR SATISFYING ECONOMIES TO THE BUYER
Of Women s Ready
Wash Goods, Muslin Sheetings in Domestic Room Tuesday
hlues, browns, greens
7c values (Jf
Percales, 3C-lnch wido,
light nnd dark colors,
12 V&c values. .JHtS
Lawns, imported, 10c
White Crepe or Plsse
Cloth, for underwear
15c values .XOd
White Curtain Scrim,
3G-inch wide, 15c
Fascinating Weaves in Wash Fabrics fiere
A showing of White Dress Fabrics for tho commencement gown
or dainty summer dres3 second to none over offered in Omaha.
India Llnons, Chiffons, French and Persian Lawns, Marquessttes,
Voiles, Bedford Cords, Ilatlnea in broad range of weaves.
Colored Wash Fabrics In almost endless assortment of color
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aiMN'CJl DRESS CREPES Best colors, beautiful printings, regular
25c yard values; this week
SPECIAL rLOUE SALE TUESDAY
48-lb. sack Diamond K riour.. 91,00
This flour lb muda from the finest
selected what. and ..every sack is
Ruarantcd to give perfect satisfaction
or your money refunded. Nothing
finer for bread, pies or cakes.
33 lbs. Qest Granulated Suffar. . .91.00
10 bars Heat 'Km All or Diamond
C Soap for..... 35o
10 bars Crystal White Laundry
Soap for , , ,.35o
7 bars Ilnskln Bros. lClectrto Spark
Hoap for 3So
1 lbs. bet bull' Laundry Starch .. .35c
Advo Jell, Jellycon or Jello, pkit., 7Ho
The best domcptlc Macaroni, Ver
micelli or spugneiu, pkg vjio
l-iu. cans Aabf.rted- Soups 7Vo
8 Cans Oil or Mustard Sardines. . .350
Tho best bulk Peanut Butter, lb..l3V4o
16-ounce can- Condensed Milk..,. 80
Yeagt Foam. i1:r 3o
2-lb. cans fancy sweet Sugar Corn, 5c
G lbs. Fancy Japan nice, 10c qual
Laro bottle Worcestershire Sauce,
pure Tomato Catsup. Pickles (as
sorted), or Horseradish, bottle.. BUo
Golden Santos Coffee. 11) 35o
The best Tea SlftliiKS. lb 100
Bead the Biff Special Batter, Effff and
Butter Takes a Tumble!
.Tho bust Creamery Butter, carton or
per lb 33a
The best Country Creamery Butter,
r it IK ?0 r I
The best No. 1 Dairy " Butter,' Vb".! !38o Kxtra large size, each 15c. per dox 91.75
(lood Table Butter.-;lb. 25oL.rKe sle. each 12V4c. per do?!, 81.40
Fiincy Mill t'ream Young Amerl- .niemmn largo size, eacn iuc, aoz.nu
can, Ncv York Whlto or Wtscon- Medium size, each 8Hc, per doisen 90o
win Croii'n Cheese, lb IBolPer Crate, any size S3.00
&p Try Hayden's First
J TIT zf-V TUT .
summer are making
their call. "Tls then
that the sub urban
home makes its
Hundreds, are wish
ing they bad a nloe
home, where the air
is fresh, where there
Is room for a garden,
and where one gets
all the delights ot
It you have such a
place to sell, you will
easily find a buyer
for It by using the
"For Sale" columns
of The Bee.
Bee Want Ad
nntl Mnny Other
in Our Great May Sale
- to - Wear Garments
Every dny new bnrtraiu stir
prises will be offered. The most
pleasing, the best values shown
Tuesday we offer two lots of
Beautiful Dresses from our
big manufacturer's stock pur
chase. Several hundred beau
tiful dresses, made to sell to
$25. chiffons, nets, channelise,
serges, etc., in broad assort
ment of charming designs for
evening, afte r noon
or street $jgg
wear, your If
$10.00 nnd 812.00
Dainty deslghs In
ratines, eponge, voiles,
etc.; many of them
ed; made to sell up to
$21,00 your choice
Watch windows and
ads for extraordinary
bargains each day.
BALE OF ritfX LACE 3
Thousands upon thousands of yards
of most beautiful new luces. Quali
ties a nil prices that are most In .de
mand, In our May Salo at HAI,P
7RXCE arid even less than half retail
Hopo Muslin, 36-lnch
wide,. 10c value 7&
Dow's 72 x 90 Made
Sheets, 50c values
Roachdale 9-4 Blea
ched Sheeting, 25.
values . . . ...:206
Specials for Tuesday
The best Imported Bouuefort
Clieese, per lb 39o
The best Impoited Swiss Cheese.. 36o
Neufcliatel Cheese, each 3o
The best No l strictly frush
Country Keg, dozen SOo
The Greatest Veg-etabl Market in
Omaha for the People.
15 lbs. best Colorado Potutoos 15c
12 lbs. Fancy Cooking Apples 35o
Fresh Asparugus, bunch 60
6 bunches fresh Green Onions.... 5o
4 buncheH fresh Pie Plant 5o
Fresh Beets, Carrots or Turnips,
per bunch 4o
Fresh Radishes, lnrgo bunches, .1
Fancy itlpo Tomatoes, per lb lOo
3 lbs. Sweet Potatoes , . , , .10o
3 lbs. fancy Shelled Popcorn. .... .10c
Fresh lVas. quart 5..10o
2 heads Ilothouso I.ettuco 56
3 large Green, Poppers K-...lOo
T-Crown L'Ibs, lb ISMic
Fancy Ulpe Strawberries, box 10c
Fancy large Cucumbers, each. 16c, lOo
Fancy Largo Grape Fruit, 10c, 814c,
and . , .7 Wo
Anything you want In vegetables or
fruit at a saving- of 50 to 100.
Tomato and Cabbage Plants, per
dozen , s775o
put up piiteapfi.es how
Thoy nre advancing in price The:
demand wll make them still higher.
A SDecial Car for Tnaid
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