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THE OMAHA STNDAY BEE- MAT 10, 1914.
MJNY INQUIRMBOUT CANAL
indications Traffic Will Greatly Ex
ceed First Estimates. i
are eagerly awaiting hi arrival No ex
ecutive meeting would be complete with
out him, as ha li ono of thoae fortunate
men whose personality apclls 'omethlng
WORKING ON RATE SCHEDULES
Tnaienirrr CnrrrlnK Lines Are Hrlnc-
Ins; CJrrnt Intercut In Tntli
Questions About Ter
Persistent Advertising la the Sure Jtoad
to Business Success.
LOUIS AHKO FINED FOR
SALE 0FBEER IN CAFE
IxmiU Ahko, 1419 DoilRlaa street, was
arrested Friday evening and two Inmates
taken from the place. According to the
evidence submitted by the arresting of
ficers the sate of beer was In evidence.
Ahko was fined IK and cost and the
Inmates 15 And roils each.
WOMAN DISCHARGED AND
HUSBAND GOES TO JAIL
Catherine iMughe rty, 1810 Capitol l tne county Jail
avemw. arrested on a rhargo of vagrancy, 1
wan discharged by Acting Police Magis
trate Haacall when she told the court
that her husband, John, had forced her
to walk the streets and support him.
They were married March 39, this year.
The husband, who was also brought Into
I court, was sentenced to thirty days in
MISS LOUISE M'PHERSON
DEPLORES JAIL'S CONDITION
Miss Louise Mcfherson, well known
charity worker, visited police court and
was shown throut the city Jail. Miss
Mcpherson expressed herself strongly for
tho founding of a municipal farm, where
tho derelicts sentenced In police court
could bo furnished with good healthful
employment and still ba under the super
vision of the proper authorities. Miss
McPherson called attention to the de
plorable conditions Of the present city
jail, which she termed wero unbeliev
able to one who had not seen for him or
PANAMA, Slay 9. Since announcement
that the Panama canal probably will be
ready for through navigation by July,
this year, many letters of Inquiry regard
In the conditions to bo Imposed have
been coming to the canal authorities from
alt parts of the world. It Is apparent that
steamship companies of all the great
maritime nations expect to make arr al
most Immediate ue of the canal.
The complications also Indicate that In
virtually all cases the companies con
template a through service from European
ports to those on the west coast of
North, Central and South American
countries. Among the Inquiries arc those
regarding tolls, conditions of navigation,
pilotage In entering the terminal ports
and through the canal, and tho charges
for this service, wharfago facilities at
Palboa and Chrlstobal, location nnd
equipment of repair shops, coaling and
provisioning facilities, and a host of other
Horns relating directly to tho usago of
Volnnir of Trnffle Will lie I.nrur,
Most of these question are addressed
to the governor of the Panama canal
. direct, while other are ent to Washing
ton and are forwarded to the Isthmus.
It Is planned to turn them over to the
newly appointed superintendent of trans
portation, who will be Instructed by tho
governor to supply tho doslred Informa- j
tlon. Hteamsnip companies wnien al
ready are represented on tho Isthmus
have sent their local representatives to
the canal officials seeking similar In
formation. It Js apparent to the canal authorities
that as soon as tho waterway shall have
teen thrown open much greater use of
It will be made than has boon anticipated.
It ha been stated that not more than
1C,OCO,COO ton traffic could bo expected
for the first year the canal Is In opera
tion. The letters of Inquiry seem to
mako plain to the authorities hero that
already a greater tonage for tho first
vtar la Indicated.
I'nsaenRer Miicn Interested.
Passenger-carrying lines aro evincing
considerable Interest In the question of
passenger tolls through tho canal. This
subject seems not to have been settled
tu the satisfaction of tho companies who
desire to be Informed whether tolls will
bo charged at all, and. If so. At what rata.
The letters Indicate that most of tho
companies aro preparing for a heavy
passenger traffic through the canal next
year at or about the time of tho formal
openlnx and thence to the exposition at
Schedules of charges aside from tolls
for various services .to be performed by
the Panama canal .ore In the course of
preparation and probably will bo pro
mulgated In' an official circular from the
coventor's office In the near future.
SECRETARY OF NATIONAL
ft eexchaes HERE
The energetic, Jovial, llvj-wlre and en
thusia'stio Tom Ingersolf, of Minneapolis,
executive secretary of the National As
sociation of Real Estate Exchanges, ar
rived yesterday to aid the local com
mittee arrange the' detail for the annual
meeting of (the executive committee of
the National Ileal Estate exchango and
help arrange the banquet program and
generally disburse some of his surplus
ginger among the local members of the
One can always look forward to a busy
and pleasant time when Mr. Ingersoll Is
In the city, and the members of the Ileal
Estate exchange and executive committee
and Sale Monday
As a special Inducement Mon
day, we will give absolutely free
to tne first ten purchasers of sew
ing machines, a high grndo '
Only ten, remember, so come
We sell tho well known ball
bearing "White" and "Freo"
machines. These machines are
practically guaranteed Tor life.
During this demonstration wo
will offer the following bargains:
3 National, 5-drawer, l op
drop-bead, oak case. , pl),00
1 Rotary White, OA Aft
drop head , . f CU.UU
j wmi, z-drawer, aasv
drop-head, oak case. . . ) yU
2 White, 4-drawer. fA
drop-head, oak case. . f0s9U
1 Free, (.-drawer, OA AA
drop-bead, oak case, , , 3UUU
$450 Dress Forms, $3?
French model form
with the correct lines
and proportions. Jer
sey covered. Regular
value $1.60. All sizes,
32 to 44, at $.1.25.
Ohio Dress Hhlclds.
Size 2 at lflc pair.
Size 3 at 23c a pair.
Brassieres with dress
shields. Sizes 32 to 44.
Regular 11. DO val 81.
0 Til.. .1... ....I
shears. Worth to 00c,
l)JpBJ "l" I""r' J
WAliT iwM I Bno, Braising-.
IJlxby's shoe polish and paste for white
tan and black shoes; also "Ernilno" for
cleaning white shoes. Choice at, en., 7c.
Wire hair pins. All slits, two peek
ages for lo.
Dr. Parker's nnd othur good makes of
skeleton waists. Just the thing for sum
mer wear. All sizes, special at pair, 33c,
1'ur oiled floors, with one can cedar
oil mean and polishes at the name
time u-ltli&ut scattering the dust. Apo
dal at 90c
Fsarl 'buttons, regular Yslae Do doisn,
Vrlvet Orlp and-. Buster llrown hose
supporters. All slzos, In black or white.
Those well'knnwn makes nt, pair, 13c
Inside skirt belting In b ack and white.
All .widths. Qunlltlrvi regularly worth
to 19o a yard. Special for Monday nt,
Colored Wash Goods
25c Tissues ut 18c.
Tho genulno Egyptian tissue in
protty stripes, checks, plaids, nov
elties, etc. Soils "everywhere i o
at 2Cc, 'special at, yard IOC
Suitings at 10c
An assorted lot of colorod suit
ings, including 37 and 48-inch llnoit
and cotton - suitings, also satin
stripe ratlno. Fabrics regularly
worth to 50c, to close i A
out quickly at, yard 1UC
Hummer Bilks nt 10c
Ono big- lot of dotted silks, tub
silks, crepe de chine, silk strlpo
Jacquards, Full' bolts and remnants
of qualities worth to 50c. i A
to close out at. , IUC
75c French Cotton Crcpo, 80c.
44 inches wido and specially
adapted for soft lingerie frocks In
tango, mahogany, peach, reseda,
whito and othor new shades. Reg
ular 7Cc value, Monday, qq
at, yard . .,, UJC
Smart Frocks and Wraps for Club Opening Days
Women who attend tho opening parties of the
their best. They will seek such becoming dresses
Frenchy New Ideas
in Summer Dresses
The most winsome styles wo havo ever
shown ore now here. Scores of dainty mod
els of vollo, crepe, ratine, eponge in combi
nation with filet laces, shadow laces, em
broidered voiles and striped ratine. Women
who have seen them declare thore are no
other dresses In tho city that can comparo
with them in beauty or fineness of material.
All have Koh-l-noor fasteners. They aro
priced at $25, $115, $80 nnd $40.
The Linen Frocks
Tho now Russian tunic and girdlo are very
popular In linen dresses, and the long,
straight lines of these models mako thorn
practical and cool for summer wear. Tho
awning strlpo Unons used in combination
aro the very latest Innovation. We show a
completo range of colors at $10, $18, $10.
$25 nnd $20.
Tub Dress Special
, Protty wash dressoB of sheer summery
materials in combination with laces ana em
broideries. Many havo ruffles, frills and
tunics. All tho vory newest styles and ate
exceptional values at $0.08. $3
Field, Country and Happy Hollow clubs will want to nppear at
and distinguished wraps as these now ones we are now displaying.
Silk Summer Wraps
At the opening of the clubs, it will be nec
essary to havo a dressy and becoming wrap.
Such a wrap may be most satisfactorily se
lected from our great stocks.
Pretty ruffled silk coats,
Loose moire or poplin coats,
Jaunty taffeta tango coats,
Swagger Balmacaan coats,
Now Parisian auto coats,
$15, $10, $25, $35, $80 and $40.
Jaunty Coats at $10
Coats of silks, check materials, mixtures,
etc., in all colors of tho season, threo-quartor
Balmacaan- ooata and tho new flared and
flounced style are exceptionally attractive
A Suit Sensation
Choice of 300 high grade tailored suits
In late summer models in all tho very
newest models. Actually
worth to $36, Monday
iui iuo very
May Sale of
(j m AC Fine lawns, voiles and
P I cotton cropes, trimmed
J with dainty laces and
embroideries; low and
high collars, long and short sleeves
I broldered lawns, sheer
J-' lawns with sprays of
hand embroidery, voiles
and crepes. Smart low collars In
a varioty of stylos; pretty trim
mings of ribbons, laces and om-broidorlcs.
Special Prices on Summer White Wash Materials
40 and 44-lnch wido, plain and novelty
gropes. Regular 85c quality, at, yard, "40c.
Flaked voile in stripe and check effects.
Beautiful sheer fabric, 40 Inches wide, at, 50c
White pin checked embroidered jaconet. 28
inches wide and worth $1 a yd., Monday, 50c
Voilo nnd Kponge
Hand ombrolderod voile nnd eponge, two of
tho most desirable summor dress fabrics. 30
and 40 inches wide. The $1.25 quality, bpo
cially prlcod Monday, at, 75c.
45-lhch wide French batiste, so much In de
mand for ruffles, plaltings, blouses, etc. 50c
quality at, yard, 25c
White novelty voiles in "pretty new weaves
for blouses and dresses. Yard wide, 50c
value at, yard, 20c.
Two cases of plain, checked and fancy
white flaxon, 32 Inches wide, Just received.
36c quality, In this sale, at 15c.
Embroid6red English cotton cropes, 28 ln
ches wide. Regular prlco 75c, Monday, at, 35c
45-Inch wido Irish linen cambric, light weight
fabric and pure white. COc value at 45c.
White cotton crepe in plain and fancy
weaves, 30 and 32 inches wide. 35c value,
45-inch mercerized mull for Blips, foun
dations, linings, ets. Splendid quality at, 25c
Ono special number of Imperial longcloth.
light weight -with soft finish, for undermus
lins. Regularly 16c a yard. 12-yard bolts
Zephyr Ginghams, 0c.
Neat stripes, checks and plaids.
The best American made zephyrs.
Colorings are absolutely
fast Sale price, yard
rcrcales at 8 He.
Dross lengths of yard wide dress
percales. Light and dark QJL
fancy styles, yard 2 C
Dress Prints, 4Hc
Largo assortment of patterns In
light and dark fancy dress prints.
Long lengths at, A.X-e
Muslin nt 5c
10,000 yards bleached and un
bleached muslin of good
grade in mill lengths, yard. ... OC
May Sale of Laces and fembroideries Occasions Wonderful Values for Monday
Cotton shadow flouncing, whito and
croaro, 12, 18, 24 and 27 inches wide.
ChantUly flouncing, white, cream
45-inch shadow allovers white and
Beaded allovers, black and whito.
45-lnch figured black silk nots.
Qualities worth up to $1 yd. nt 50c.
Ileal linen oluny edges
and bandii; Venice bands
and ridges; shadow bands
nnd edges; oriental edgesi
Worth up to ilBc yard, at,.
up to Si
Real laco edges and
bands in Irish and filet
regularly worth up to $
on salo Monday at
Cotton shadow flouncing, 18 to 27
42rinch silk and beaded chiffon.
Colored Bilk nets.
Venice allovors, edges and bands.
14 and 18-inch camisole laces.
Hundreds of yards, Including
Qualities worth up to 50c yd., nt 20c.
French and German val
edges and Insertions to
match, torchon and cluny
to match, shadow laces and
up to 50c
A rcat lot of laces, including ISMnch colored allovers; shadow laco flounclngs
m 3 C and allovers, widths up to 18 inches; 18-Inch camlsolo laces, Venice allovors, bands
nnd edges, nnd Oriental edges, actually worth up to 30c, special, yard
45 and 64-inch skirting and alldver embroideries of beautiful sheer imported
bwIss, voile and crepo materials, in pretty bordered and allover patterns. Also a few
pieces of Ir sh crochet effects, as well as 45-lnch dainty baby flounclngs with ruf
fled and scalloped edges. Embroideries worth $1, at
27 nnd 45-inch embroideries
in swIss and voile, allovers1 and
flounclngs suitable for the min
aret effects. Qualities actually
worth to 76c, at 30c.
Embroideries, worth to 50c, Yd., 25c
18-inch swiss and cambric flounclnes
and corset cover embroideries In eyelet and
scores of other designs; also 18-lnch swlss
and batiste allovers in small patterns and
waist frontings in beautiful Irish
effects. Many worth 60c yard, at. . OC
Embroidery insertions, edges
ond bands In cambric, bwIss
and nainsook of excellent qual
ity. Unusually neat patterns:
Worth up to 10c at, yard, 5c.
Let Us Store Your Furs During the Summer
tn?UL?l? cold storage, vault gives perfect protection against damage from tho hot weather, from moths;
oriosB by fire or theft. The charges are very slight. Let us explain our plan to you. Second Floor.
Tho perfect cleanser and massage cream; has no
equal; excellent for tho complexion, frocklcs, tan,
wrinkles, pimples, blackheads chapped hands or,
face, etc.; does not grow hair or turn rancid and
has a very dainty odor suggestive of fresh flow
ers; dofles sun, wind und dust. Reg- OA
ular 50c slzo, at 5cfC
SfXXfOKOBS TDt Powder or 3Clorcit Koarra. On.
The regular GOo stse, at ,..',03C
VAVOAxsa qax.tqx tablets.
Flesh builder, bust developer, tontc. The famous prep
aration so highly recommended by all high authorities
on health and beauty culture for thin, undeveloped,
careworn or nervous women. This Is the only prepara
tion that contains the genuine Imported ualegs. A
11.00 box (three weeks' treatment) this sale, CO.
only... , ...OJ7C
Sylva fuco powder en
cream or rogue. ....
"La Petite Ueruldrne"
cream, powder or en
rogue. . . , DUG
Danderlne, Jl size Aft
California Syrup of oo
Figs, tOc )xo ,
Mai Ilvpntlcn, SCo 1 r
Ueladonna plasters, 7
Hay's Hair Health,
duo sue ,
Cantlirox Hhampoo. 0"7
Special Prices on
Cascorets, 28c size
Tlx, for sore feet,
SSo size for, ........
Lavorls. regular S5c
regular SSo size
10 In box, at.,
regular SSo size....
Cream de Merldor,
the SSo slzo for. . .
cream. 7 to size
Annual May Sale qf Corsets
Heglnnlng Monday we will offor some of tho best values in corsetB
that have evor been seen in Omaha. These are air high grade, correct
stylo corsots, and at these prices are very exceptional bargains. Kero
nrft four llf thn hoat lnta "
are four of tho best lota:
$3 Corsets, $1.85
Made of batiste, with non-rust-ablo
boning; laco and embroidery
trimmed. Blx heavy web garters.
For medium and stout figures.
Sizes 18 to 30,
$1,50 Corsets, 88c
The well known American Lady
corsets, in batiste, and summer
netB. All sizes IS to 30. Regular
$1.50 corsets, In the May salo, 88c
$5 Corsets, $2.48
This lot comprises the well
known La Vlda and Lyra corsets.
All good styles, but tho size ranges
aro incompleto. Actual 15 corsets,
$1 Corsets, 6$c
The American Lady corsets, ab
solutely rustproof. Batiste, with
draw string in top. Four garters
attached. Regular price 1; May
sale price, ooc.
The Best of the Early Summer Dress Fabri
500 pieces In light, medium .ind
dark grounds with scroll, neat floral
designs, Japanese and Chinese pat
terns, dots and stripes and Balkan
effects, suitable for street frocki,
house dresses, kimonos, etc. Hegula'
price SOc; Monday, on main OQn
lllack and AVhlte Checks.
Checks In various sizes and pat
terns are much in vogue for present
wear. Four special lots for Monday:
36-lnch width at 30c
42-inch width at 50c
50-inch width at...;... 70c
54-inch width at 08c
&-Inch Kngllsh mohair suitings In
brown, navy, green, garnet and black.
IteguUr price 75c. in base- QQ.
ment at OUU
Mill Ends of Sottl&gs
Choice of 500 lengths from 3 to 6
yards In serges, whipcords, diag
onals, melanges, Vlgouroux, C? I flfl
crepes, etc. Kntlre piece forO I iUU
The Silks Now in Vogue
Two styles of 3u"-Inch black moire velours, worth
11.60, at $1.25.
Three styles of 36-lnch wide black molro velours,
worth $2.26, at $1.50. i
Three styles of 36-lnch black moire velour, worth
$2.50, at $1.75.
Two styles of 40-inch black moire velours, worth
$3.50, at $2.50.
Three styles of 40-inch black moire velours,
worth $3.76, at $2.05.
Extremely fashionable this season for coats and
Fashionable Tub Silks
36-lnch wido tub silks in habutai and crepe
de chine weaves, also two and three-tone stripes,
for entire dresses, blouses and men's shirts, at
00c and $1.30.
Black Dress Taffeta
This beautiful silk fab
ric is strongly featured
at the present time. C.
J. Bonnet & CIe Lyqns,
France, make of black
chiffon taffeta the best
In the world. Specially
Silk & Wool Poplin
150 pieces of silk and
wool 40-lnch poplins for
suits, dresses and coats.
An exceptional quality
with a lustrous finish,
perfect in weave and in
32 spring shades, In
cluding black fi on
We print wedding Invitations as low as $2.48 per
hundred. Samples on request. Mail orders filled.
Brandels Ptintery, Main Floor.
Sale of Moving Day and House Cleaning Necessities, Rugs and Draperies
Seamless Wilton Rugs
Beautiful new patterns, tho fin
est rugs made in America, 9x12
size, Monday, special, $30,
6x9 feet, Hartford and Sanford
makes; floral and Oriental pat
terns. Special Monday, $12.50.
Wool and Fibre Rugs
9x12 foot sire at $8.50
8-3x10-6 foot size at $7.50
6x9 foot size at $5.50'
95.G0 Rugs, $19.98
Choice of entire lino of Hartford,
liaiiford and Smith's 9xlS Axmlnster
rugs, worth S6, Mon- (in no
day for I lif O
Full patent broom action carpet
weepers, worth t, Mon- I OQ
day at I ifcf
!7x54-lnch site; floral and Orien
tal patterns. Values to 12, QOn
Monday at 9UU
taoks, 500 in
box, 5c grade,
floor, 2 ,.r
boxes, . . . ,"t
Pound of best
Mon day, 3d
floor, spe- o
eial at. . . 5C
bars .... 22c
Wa x 1 1 Furni
ture Polish, 25o
size. Monday, on
This Is Quaker Lace Curtain Week
Wo are Omaha headquarters for Quaker curtains and Quaker Craft
nets, ana are niaKing a special display of them this week.
Quaker curtains in rich colonial
designs, ivory and Egyptian colors,
At, pair .$1.50
Quaker curtains In plain and fig
ured centers, copies of real lace,
endless assortments, at, per pair,
$1.08 and $2.50.
Quaker Craft nets, 45 ins. wide,
dozens of new patterns. Yard 40c
Quaker Craft net in very fine
madras weavos and filet net. At,
per yard 75c and 85c
Quaker curtains in filet net and
bungalow net, designed for living
rooms, parlors or dining rooms. At,
pair $2.0H anl $3.25
Quaker curtains In filet, Swiss,
madras, French bobblnet and mis
sion net. Beautiful range of pat
terns. At. .$3.50, $3.08 and $1.50
Quaker Craft net, beautiful as
sortment of patterns, some with
woven lace edges. These come In
Egyptian or ivory shade3. Yard,
at 08c and $1.25
Drapery Bargains Monday
I-aco curtain rods, reg
ular price. 10c; sale price,
Window shades, best
hand-made opaque, 3x
foot sUe 60o
Damboa porch shades.
CxS feet, euoh fl.00
48-lnch bunralow and
novelty nets, worth 40c,
sale price cso
10a picture hooks Co
27. Inch curtain rods,
Nickel plated sash cur
tain rods for bathroom,
Ilurtnhorn shade roll
ers. IS inches lonK....lCo
Window shades. 1x7 ft.
leather rope portieres,
regular price S5.Q0; ami
price, each 83JS5
Sale of $1 Pictures, 24c
600 imported prints of classic subjects by such art
ists as Rotnney, Reynolds, Le Brun, Hals and oth
ers. Framed in 10x12 "Art Craft Guild" crest top
frames, value J1.00, sale price, Monday
100 woodenette mottoes, look just like the famous
Roycrott placques, but made of paper i r
mache Instead of wood- On sale at luC
and a $1 can of
p o 1 ish, third
floor, $ CA
all for. I. OU
50c can Liquid
on third Q 7
floor, at .OiC
"Wax, 50o value.
floor.. . . ZJ
cial, third q
Sale of Wall Paper
High class wall papers at about
half what other stores ask for the
same grade of papers.
10.000 rolls of oatmeal papers, fast
colors. The 40c (Trade priced as low
as 15c, 33o and 30c
18c Papers, 10c
6.000 rolls of 30.inc) plain oat
meal papers In shades of brown, blue
green or tan, with cutout borders,
18c frrade; while the lot lasts at.
Included In this sale we of
fer 80,000 rolls of wall paper
from the 6c and 10c Store in
Chicago, on talo Monday at
prices never quoted in this city
for papers of thiB grade. Your
choice of the 80,000 rolls at,
8c and 4 He.
Perfect mixed paints in half
pint cans. Regular 20c grade.
All colors, Monday, at 8c.
Absorene wall paper cleaner.
Former price 10c, this sale, 7 He