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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1919)
THE OMAHA BEE.
Wash., who delivered a patriotic ad
dress at the auditorium.
Mayor Hanson's address was de
voted largely to his experiences in
dealing with the strike in Seattle,
but he took occasion to make a few
remarks concerning press dispatches
about a bomb being received in his
office at the city hall in Seattle. Mr.
Hanson declared that this was an
other example of the cowardice of
the agitators, for they know that he
does not personally open his mail
and some innocent person would
have been killed.
"They know also," he declared,
"that I never go about the streets
armed. But if one of them was to
attack me I would choke him to
death with these naked hands."
British Army Leaves Fiume
In Hands of Italian Troops
Geneva, April 29. -(By the Asso
ciated Press). The battalion of
British troops which occupied Fiume
with the Italians after armistice,
left Fiume when the Italian dele
gates to the peace conference left
Paris, according to advices from
Agram, capital of Croatia and Slav
onia. National League of Women's
Service Is Incorporated
New York, April 29. The Na
tional League for Women' Service,
originally formed for war work, was
incorporated here yesterday with the
object of -perpetuating its organiza
tion and carrying its endeavors for
ward to meet social and economic
needs -in peace times.
Three More Omahans Arrive.
In New York From franco
The following three Omahans
Seattle Mayor Is Not
Afraid of Agitators
Pueblo, April 29. Pueblo county's
campaign for the (ale of Victory
Liberty bonds was opened last night
by Mayor Ole Hanson of Seattle,
have arrived in New York from
France: First Class Private Fran
cis S. Lacy, 1002 South Twentieth
street; Private Martin Criegler. son
of Mrs. Mary Criegler, 1023 Atlas
street, and Mechanic Emit F, Men
sliik, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Menshik, 2205 South Fourteenth
Annual Meeting of Omaha
Rotary Club Wednesday
The annual meeting of the Rotary
club of Omaha will be held Wed
nesday evening at 6:15 in the ball
room of the Hotel Fontenelle. Re
ports of officers will be made and
the annual election will be held.
Plan to attend this Omaha's greatest selling event A selling event that will bring savings that every man and woman in Omaha and vicinity will appreciate.
j Prices quoted in force for four days only This is Page Two Be sure and read Pages land 2.
Benson & Thome's Two-Page Bulletin, Cataloging
the Seasonable Merchandise Offered in Our
$100,000 Jubilee Sale
Wednesday, April 30; Thursday, May 1; Friday, May 2; Saturday, May 3
This second page has its full quota of attractive features for this Four-Day Selling Event.
An Unprecedented Sale of
Women's Silk Dresses
Previously Priced Up to $25.00
Rsnalng the gamut from a simple plainly tailored street dress to the latest develop
ment In newest modes.
No matter what, we might say about these dresses bo matter how great values
you have obtained heretofore, you cannot fully appreciate these dress values until
yon see them.
Fashioned of taffeta, crepe de chine and combinations of georgette " crepe and
Straight-Use, panel, and tonic models. Braid, embroidery and button trimmed.
Colon of brown, blue, grey, tan, taupe and black.
Another Group of Silk Dresses
Previously Priced Up to $35.00
Certainly there Is not an undesirable dress in the group. Sales like this do not occur
every day and early attendance is advisable. '
-Georgette crepes, taffetas, crepe de chines, and' serge.
-Models for dress, semi-dress, street and afternoon wear.
Attractive porch and afternoon dresses
oiles, organdies and ginghams. Quality
that withstands repeated tubbings.
Just In time to catch the enthusiastic
May-time lovers of outdoor activities.
Carefully made of voiles, organdies and
In This Sale
Read every item for each one has
Lisle Hose 29c
Women '8 seamless lisle hose in white
75c and 85c Lisle Hose
Fine quality hose. Exceptional values
at the sale price.
$1.35 Boot Silk Hose
Fashioned and seamless boot silk hose in black, white, and colors.
$2.00 Silk Hose
Fashioned, garter tops, black, brown and Russian calf, tan and grey.
$2.25 Silk Hose I
Pure thread silk hose, full fashioned" black and the new-shoe shades.
Extra good weight ,
Hosiery Shop Main Floor
CUT roomy and well made of a splendid quality heatherbloom.
Variety of patterns to select from.
Heatherbloom Petticoats TSr $1.15
Heatherbloom Petticoats Flounces $1.65
75c and 85c
TRTJLT remarkable values for this season. Cut ample,
nicely finished and neatly trimmed. Light,
medium and dark colors. Some have elastic belts,
others laced down front.
Regularly $1.75 and $2.00,
NOT an apron, but an apron-drees. Has every ap
pearance of a neat, attractive house dress with all
the freedom of an apron. Every stitch taken with care,
correctly proportioned according to sizes and made of
an exceptionally fine quality of percale and gingham.
Regurarly $200 and $2.95,
MADE of splendid wearing quality of gingham and
percale in light, medium and dark colorings.
Variety of attractive house dress styles. Pretty plaid
and stripe effects.
Soiled Quite Badly
Regularly up to $2.50
ONE good tubbing and they are well worth the original price.
Good Quality muslin. Lace and embroidery flounces
also some pique petticoats with' scalloped hems.
Muslin Teddy Bears
95c and $1.65
Regularly up to $3.95
Remarkable Jubilee Sale values. Lace, embroidery and insertion
For The Annual Jubilee Sale an Assemblage of
Women's and Misses' Capes
Previously Priced up to $25.00
Choice $12 .
Briefly the story of the facts are these :
The first of April we arranged with a very representative manufac
turer to take his floor stock of sample capes garments used for
display purposes. These we received at a price and we are passing
the "good-bargain-plum" along.
Graceful ripply garments developed of serges, poplin and gabardine.
Buttons, vestees and unique arm holes are attractive trimming
features. f , '
CAPES-Regularly up to $30.00
Annual Jubilee Sale Price
Springtime cape time Jubilee Sale your cape-buying oppor
Every detail of these capes stamp them as unusually attractive
models at the price quoted. Serge, poplin and gabardine.
Capes, Dolmans and Coats
Previously Priced up to $45.00
Youthfully becoming capes, dolmans and coats, developed of
serge, tricotine, poplin, velour and gaberdine.
Stitching, soft crushable collars, higt collars, roll collars, unique
fastenings, sleeves, buttons and sashes are all important style
details of these garments. .
"We especially invite those who have never
attended sales here. We want you to share in
these remarkable saving opportunities.
Benson & Thome
Sixteenth and Farnam Streets
Read every word of this big exclusive &!T-page Benson & Thome bulletin. Then plan to attend this selling event and share in the wonderful saving opportu
nities on seasonable merchandise of the same superior quality that has characterized this store throughout its merchandising career.
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