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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1915)
THK iKK: OMAHA. SATL'HDAV, JULY 10, 1915.
Tho Bee's Fund for
Free Milk and Ice
OiMA IS TO HAVE
ITS PICTURE TAKEN
' Jincoln Highway Officials to Bt
Here Saturday to Take riiotos
for Highway Keels.
JO SHOW. ALL OVER COUNTRY
Omaha will have Us picture taken
today, the weather permitting, and
all business bouses, especially those
along the route of the Lincoln High
way, are requested to put on, their
Moving picture operators will
coma to Omaha, and under the dl
. rectioa of the Bureau of Publicity,
. 00 feet of film will be taken. These
"pictures will be a part of the Lincoln
Highway feature film, which will be
howa all over the United States.
H. C Osterinan. national consul of th.
Lincoln Highway, will be In charge, of
th moving picture men. The plana In
clude the taking of twelve or fifteen the MlaaiaMppl river ana tns mountains
typtceJ On.eha acenea, which will show rain that falls noar la working- a great
Omaha of today to hundreds of thousands J Injury to all cropa. They aaaert that at
i...t t m . m ka nr firv tiui nni wp.mer
to mature and harvest a full
There is no truer charity than that
which relieves the needs of little
children who cannot help them
selves. That is why a free milk and ice
fund for hot weather tots In poor
families carries such a strong1 ftp
peal to the tender-hearted.
Contributions from 10 cents to $5
are solicited and will be acknowl
edged In thi column.
rmlonilr acknowledge ...aiia.to
pretty light, the preolpltatton rang-
to one-half Inch,
thouah In a number of localities In the
central and aouthern portlona of Ne
braska It waa an Inch or more.
Railroad men take the poalllnti that
In evt-ry portion of the country between
vt people tn the United States.
To Eatertala Visitors.
JAwriatent Secretary Hmyth. of tha
'Omaha Automobile club la arranging for
Wnembere ef the club to areet the vlaltora
Kufton thetr arrival. It la planned to give
Qin a hearty reception and to aend
th.ra away with the kno-wledg. that
Omaha la easily the beat city of Ita alia
'la the world.
View to ba taken will Include acenea
tn the bualneaa dlatrlet, retail and whole
kaale and manufacturing, park et-enea,
araeldeooe acenea, and a view of the
Acuta Omaha live stock market, v
, Omaha, will secure a great amount of
Wastnable publicity from theae plcturea.
The Lincoln Highway reel will Include
'(geturea of about sixty cltlea and of
vary state through which the highway
(una. Nebraska will have 700 feet addi
tional apace In the reel, which will In
crude about S.flOO feet, all told. .
rJJre Directed to
; Turn Over Bonds
tTpan the suggeatlon ef the department
Mat pubUe accounts and flnanoe. Treasurer
17re haa been directed by tha city council
j to turn owr to representatives of eight
local banka 1150.000 Auditorium and SjO.ono
park bonds which theae bankera agreed
to acoept several weeka ago.
In a letter to tha city council Commis
sioner Butler aaaerted that the demand
of the bankera that the city furnish an
opinion other than the transcript of the
legal department as' to the hlntory of the
bonda la not well taken. lie ssys It la
unusual. Ila alao aaaerted that the city
la in position to require the Ight banka
to take thaee bonda according to their
IV! ORE RAIN FALLS ON THE
; BROAD ACRES OF NEBRASKA
According te r porta to the railroad a,
.rain waa general orer practically all of
Nebraska and Iowa and at many placea
It waa still raining at the time whan the
ye porta were aent In. Generally the rain
It Is the Flavor
and the nutriment 'and
many delicious ways
erred that makes this
popular with the .
housewives all over
the U. S. Made
Irons tha finest
tmttm-p Is) Awraaai
At the reffular monthly meeting of the
Federation of Improvement Cluha of
Douglaa County held at the cltr council
chamber Thursday evening, the president
waa authorised to appoint In the near fu
ture a committee to act with the Omaha
planning committee In the matter of wid
ening Twenty-fourth street from Popple
ton Avenue to Cuming street, with a
view of making It the principal retail
atreef of the city of Omaha.
Resolutions were adopted which will
he aent to the achool board eupportlng
and commending the plan by Rev. P. E.
Jenklne, requiring Jongr houra of atudy
In the Omaha High achool by the etu
denta and more time devoted by the
The plan of I. W. Carpenter of the
achool board for appropriating money for
Installing a laundry department In con
nection with the high achool waa aeverely
Tna federation decided to act with any
other organization that would assist In
bringing any one of the national party
convention to Oniaha In ISIS.
The board of trustees waa authorized
to deal with all aubjecta pertaining to
the federation until the September meeting.
COUNCILMAN STAYS HOME
TO WATCH HIS FENCES
Polltlca In Philadelphia la aald to ac
count for the absence of Charlea Beger,
one of the oouncilmen who waa auppoeed
to mtke the trip with the Liberty Bell.
Juat aa he waa ready to leave on the
trip he heard of a echeme to break up
bla faction of the republican party In his
city, ao the atory goea. So he decided to
remain at home and "keep hla fences-
Instead of going on the trip and permit
ting hla political opponenta to acore a vic
tor while he waa away.
Mayor Blankenburg of the Quaker City
alao failed to make the trip. Hi la quite
old and not In good health. It la aald,
and ha la spending the summer at a
Dr. Bel fa Plne-Tar-Hwaey.
Get a 2Bc bottle today. Keep It for
your cough or cold. Good' for children,
adult and aged. All druggists. Advertisement.
19 Pounds (or $1.
Beat Granulated Sugar. Buy now
- before tha advance.
I pounda special Coffee. .SIM
Single pound 8e
Fancy blend Coffee. tH Iba. $31.00
The beat lo Coffee In the city
lbs. for 'LOO
Teaa, any kind, per lb.. 40e Se aoe
Sugar eold with 11.00 other gooda.
Moyunc Tea Co.
Vheae Deaf. S449, oe IT. lath- .
In order to Introduce our own gaa roaated coffee which we roast fresh
itory iy, we will give away one sanitary oof fee atrataer free with every
ifc. ef freaa gaa reaatad eoffee, no matter how cheap, from, per lb. ISo to See
Ve will place on aaie thta Haturday fine Teaa, regular value per pound soc.
S Iba-VlnV WuVa' Granulated' Hug'aV for V. ...... . .$lAHt
Yea. We will give one Lmon Bqueeser, worth ISc. with every doaen lemons.
ropoAed Ca'a'til'a' Boa'p," ibc' bare,' 'Haturday S bara for ....
rlu- Food Jam, all flavors, 10c cana. Haturday S cane for
Arrt raita ti Iced Plneiuwlea. reaninr lc can, inr
tiwadlah health bread. 4 packa-?
lOe vrkacea Corn Flakas So
ISo packages heavy Jar Kubbera, Be
Io kind afaaon Jar Caps, doe. ..loo
fia rana Rlne Ollvea for 103
ilAcy Country liuite-, lb. ....a?Ve
!Be au lta Chick Food le
h'uncy Tomatoea,, per baaket .... ISe
Kxtra fancy reacltea, freoatone a"d
fine flavored, her basket ..... ,lo
Kancv Murbank California plum.
llome arowv Apples, per market basket
MB at arzciAxa
Ttar Torh Itoaai. or lb Xlje I I'mk Tenders, lb. ..
llg farm Clions, beat cuta, in. ..loo I noma maue -ira oup. m . .
l V., 1..,,,,. IK 1IU I Kin I Um.r CuraJ t'altfurnta. IlSJllS.
Tig Fork sihoalder kVoaat, lb,' . .s$e per lb HHe
TTe deliver anywhere In the city, alao Benson. Florence and South
Omaha Mall oraare are e hipped at above pilose. Televaoaa X. 1BSS.
1915 Llilk Fed SfrSng Chickens, 31c
Pia PORK ROAST
Steer Pot Roaat
Young Veal K"t
TtmiiK Vvl Cliuaye
I1 Fork Butta ..
Ijnb Lege .......
Mutton Chops ....
Mutton Itoast ....
Sugar Cured Ham ItHe
Kxtra Lean Breakfast Bacon.. lSe
fugar Cured Uaton 14H
S-lb. Pail Lard. rag. price lie spe
From I te S P. M. Ijimb Chopa te
From S to 10 P. M. Pork Chopa lOe
1610 Harney Ot.
Prion Deutlaa 7S3
PI POREt ROAST, lOc
1915 I.LTLK-FED SPRING CHICKENS .31t
T Fork Butts 12tc
Eteer Tot Koast 10 Ho
Young Veal Chops l4c
Young Veal Koast ........ 11 He
Lamb Logs 144
Salt Pork 04o
Skinned Hams 144c
Sugar Cured Hams 1140
Extra Lean Ureakfast Bacon is4e
Sugar Cured Bacon 14 C
3 -lb. pall Pure Uard. regular
Mutton Chops It He I price 4 Sc. special 85c
THE EHPnESG HARttET
Op. Wool vi or tb Sc and 10c Store. 113 South lOtB St. TeL D. 307.
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X ' X i
Palm Beach, Cool Cloth,
Linen, Mohair and Silk
Suits, Hirach-Wickwire, So
ciety and R. W. brands
$7.50 to $15.00.
Palm Beach Suits
In plata and neat stripe or fancy
effects; all desirable models.
Specially priced at ..$5.00
Because of Our Superior Facilities'
Because of Our Great Stock and Better Values'
.his Is the Store for Mem
BrandeiA Stores is pre-eminent as the store where men may bost supply their clothing needs. Opportunities
which come only through exigencies of trade, and here only through the aggressiveness of our buying organization,
are offered in men's apparel Saturday, being high-grade and thoroughly dependable clothes at a substantial saving.
)i ill ill it ;ftliiJfiuiHS !i mm m
July Clearing Sale of Mes and Young Men's Suits
of any Blue
Suit in the
$35.00 values,, at . . .
. " V
Brand, Schloss Bros. All
sizes, 34 to 48. Greatest
values in America.
$18 and $20 Suits, $10.00
For Men and Young Men
In this lot are plain grays and
blue serges of different shades, iu
the new diamond weavevia
the smart fllen Urquhart plaids,
black and whit mixtures and ve
lours, distinctively tailored. AH
sizes, 34 to 52.
$12.50 and S15 Suits $7.50
For Men and Young Men
Tailored of aplended blue serges, la pen
cil stripes and chalk lines all-wool
pure worsted, cheviots and caelmeres, In
tartan checks and overplalds; newest
shades; coats made with or without
patch pockets. .
A large assortment of Flannel, Linen
and Palm Beach. Trousers,-prices $1.00
$22S0 and $25 Suits $12.50
For Men and Young Men
Shepherd plaids, silk mixtures,
worsteds, tho new gray brown and
blue overplaids; also tartan plaids
of fancy and plain worsteds, flan
nels, easfiimeres and velours; silk
lined coats, many new definite style
July Clearance Sale of Men's Furnishings
2,400 Men's Negligee and
Oolf Shirts of fine quality
pongee, madras, percale and
chambray ; collars attached
and neckband stjrles. ' ; ej f
valuee to ll.oo, irf t:
8S Dosea Men'e 811k Fibre Hose,
la all tha new ahadea for aumtuer
wear. Regular 160 , 1 Cr
value, pair IxJV
One Big Lot of Men's Tine 8Uk
Four-ln-Hand Tiea Beautiful
patterns, large and open ends.
Values to $1.00. Clearance,
each. 33 or tare. gQO
45 Doten Men's Fine Athletic
Union Suit, mad of fine quality
nainsook, crepe, fancy striped
olsetta. Worth to 11. Q-,
Special, Suit "iJ1,
About 1,200 Men's High
Grade shirts, made of fine
quality satin, striped pongee,
noisette and madras cloth, with
soft French and laundered cuffs.
Wonderful values, f f
worth to tl.60, hMr
Al nrlM - .
25. Dosen Men's 8olsetta and
Madras Jaamaa Plain and neat
figured patterns. Regular 11.00,
$1.15 'and $1.50 val
ues. Special, suit. .. .
75 Dozen 811k. and Fibre
Four-ln-Hand Ties Regular
One Big Lot of, Men's
Cotton Hose, In all
shades. Regular 16c
Never Such a
Hat Sale Before
Milans, Porto Ricans,
Sennits and Split Braids
V km not waitinflr until the rnd of the season to give the men and young men of Omaha the benefit of the
cred prices, but right in the middle of the" season. These straw hats have sold at $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 and $3
tirday, your cnoice ior uo
in "The Hat
aud '-aF -r A
Men's $t.C0 Straw Hats, 45o.
All the Men'a Straw Hats that hara
been selling at 75c, $1.00 and $1.45,
Men's 50c & 75c Bilk Hats, 29c.
Over 100 Men's 811k Outing Hats,
White Duck and Palm Beach Hata,
EOo and 7 Bo valuee, Saturday,
Clearing Sale of
Panamas, Bangkoks and Leghorns
f Men's $5 and l Panamas. at..R3.f)
i. at 84.0
en's and Young
ft.uu Bangsog. nais, ai.......
4.50 Leghorn Hata. at
Clfiarinff Sale of
Boys' and Children's Headwear
All the Boys' and Children's Headwear that haa beqa selling
at 15c and up to 50c, your cboloe Saturday 10
All tha Boys and Children's Headwear that haa beea selling
at $1.00 and $1.25. your choice Saturday 49
For yonr owe good yoa
should com. Aowa to
sad aajor the rrsat bargalaa
lew bwaa off.rad.
12th and Farnam
Choice of Any Man's Straw Hat Saturday
s" . n
Have Been Sold During
And enerybody that buys at
theee low prices ftoea out and
advertises this wonderful sale.
Bayers are increasing daily,
bnt hundreds of bargain still
remain for every member of
the family. Come Saturday or
any day next week.
Wom.n's patent leather and lull
kid Pumps, $3.00 val- "f Q
uts. Saturday at 9lll9
IS different models of Women's
canvas Shoes and Pump". $-' nO
values. (Saturday. ai CO
Ladles' 13.00 Pumps, on
sals Saturday at
Ladles' $J.50 Pumps, on
aale Saturday at
J00 pairs Ladles' Pumps,"
Xnndreds ef valrs of good,
strllsa, eerrloaabla aUio.a (or
souuu, rsanoM to
Men'a best calf Shoes, welt so1..
our regular $3.00 kinds, SJO SO
Saturday at MfciHO
Men's patent summer
positive $3.00 values,
Hundreds of other
Bring the family and lay in
W will soon have this "new
Idea" Drug Store In. fine
shape. Mechanics, Carpen
ters, Artists, Laborers, and
we ourselves, are working
like beavers to get the store
Well, you know they toie
the old building down over
our heads, almost, and we
did a "speedway" stunt get
ting In here somehow, and
we are doing business right
BUT It will be only a
matter of hours until we
are nicely settled, grooved,
oiled and running smoothly
In this newer, less expensive
location. Just 209 feet
WEST of our old comer.
Phone orders filled
promptly even now. The
number Is Douglas 150.
D ILL ON
1609 Farnam Street
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