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nrn omaha Sunday bee-, may no. 1009.
MONDAY SALES AT ERANDEI TOR 8 I 18 nd27-IncK Flouneinfs and Skirtings Also corset cover widths, med ium and wide Insertlona and galloons, this season's newest and most beautiful design, worth up to 60c, at 15c"d25c Alfofer Embroidery and Wai.l Fronting! 8wIm, nainsook and batiste, fine, dainty French effects, eyelet, crochet, filet, Grecian, etc., finest em broidered waist f routings, worth up to f 1.25, at. . 59c Greatest Suit Offers Ever Made in Omaha ) Your Choice of Any Suit 12ic Laces at 5c Yd. Fine French and German Val. Laces and Insertions, also dainty cluny and baby Irish effects. new designs, many to match, at, per yard 5c Shirt ffaist Patterns Real Irish hand embroidered pure linen shirt waist patterns, worth up to $6.00, all choicest de signs, each . . . $1.98 The values Saturday were extra ordinary, but Monday's bargain will be even more amaalng. New Arrivals Shown for the First Time Monday in Our GREAT SALE "Vogue" Hals These are the original French imported hats which have been featured in Vogue, the famous fashion magazine. We bought all these model hats from Vogue. Everyone is a stun ning midsummer style. Worth up to $50.00 and $60.00, at 1 a, ' Mi kc ' J ir 1 J I New Lingerie I can be, airy, Ii Our Entire Store They Aiway $ -7.50 ivdell at $4 l Every woman In Omaha knows that Fashlonseal Suits are by far the highest quality tailored suits ever sold for $25. Every style is strictly correct and every suit is high grade in every way. Special Your Choice ol 80 Fine High Grade Suits $ Worth up to $59 Special For Monday This offer Includes many absolutely exclusive styles and a number of stunning imported suits. It A would be impossible for another western store to make such an offer as this New Pongee I Shantung Coats Extremely stylish this season (the picture to the right shows a new model) $10 $12.50 $15 Wash Colored Dresses Practical dresses priced, at for every occasion modestly $10.00 up to $19.00 Dresses, Just as clever as they summery effects ' $22.50 to $29.00 -V 4Sm I 50c Long 1 I Lisle Gloves 19c pr. i B Elbow lengths in white, tan B B Eg and black, the plain rnllanese B H B or lace weaves, all sizes, eas- fl B H ily worth up to fiOc g H a pair, special bar- I 'I f H fl B gain, at, pair M f s H H HWWMHMnMBBBWW ' IIHIIUTTUIIUi HVHI kHS3B3 Rajah Silks Fine range of new colorings in these absolutely genuine Rajah silks. Not an Imita tion, but the "name on the selvage" Rajah, worth $1.35. at, a yard 69c RBSBEEESBES Women's Elbow Length Pore Silk Gloves, double tipped; extra heavy silk, all new shades, also black and white, worth rr $1.26 pair, at UiJC Women's Short Silk Gloves, double tipped, best make, 2 clasp, rose, reseda, plum fuchsia, blue, tan, white and black, p?n. at pair OVIL. Fine Silk Crepe Llsse and net Ruchlngs narrow, medium and wide, white, black and colors. worth up to BOc, at per yard 15c Women's and men's all pure linen handkerchiefs colored embroid ered and hemstitched, worth up to 2 5c, each. 124c Extraordinary Sale Wash Linen and Rep Suits, all the new style features are included. The prices ar $12.50 $15 $19 and $2 Brandeis Secured the Choicest Lois From the Great Auction Sale of Rugs Alexander Smith (EL Sons. New York. The power of Brandeis cash always secures the best bargains. Brandeis always buys in the biggest quantities and the greatest .,'. values are always offered first to us. See these specials: Special Sale of Silks Waists These waists are universally recognized as waists of the finest character the most stunning new styles for 1909 every new feature in Lingerie or Tailored models all sizes 34 to 44. The variety Just as great, the bargains Just as big as ever. $30 Axmlnster Rugs at $10.08 11-12 size floral and ori ental patterns all new line perfect in every t?f Q AO way, Monday at .. wl0 Brussels Rugs -Seamless -6-9 size a 113.00 fi AO value, Monday at. . vOeUO 0-12 10 Wire Rog A gen uine 25 value shown only here. The greatest value we ever offered fcf JT AO Monday at JlDesfo 86-72 Axmlnster Rags Large line of patterns, a $5 value, Monday. .$2.98 Room-Size Brussels Rugs Full line of patterns a splendid bed room rug 115.00 value Monday at . . . . 27-60 Axmlnster Rugs and Wilton Velvet Rngs, rQ 3.60 val., Monday. IeDJ $9.98 Natural Shantung Silks 75 pieces of full 27 Inches wide all pure silk in plain and semi-rough weave for general wear, coat suits, auto mobile coats it has no superior. at, per yard Note the widths 59c Black Cashmere de Sole The new dull finish, yard wide silk, Just out and shown first by us. Monday this superb silk in black only, regu lar price $1.50, at, per yard Black Bonnet Taffeta The world's $1.15 89c best known 'dress bilks manufac tured by C. J. Bonnet & Cle, Lyons. France, on sale Monday with a limit of 16 yards to a customer. Bonnet black dress taffe tas very wide, yard . . . NEXT STURDAY BIO SALE OF SHIRT WAIST SUITS. Jap White Washable Silks Import ed directly by us from Japan. We save you one-third the regular price. 27 to 36 Inches wide yard8? .at:.Pe.r... 39C .0 $1 Exactly one-third off. WATCH FOR BIG SALE OF LACE CURTAINS. SPECIAL BARGAINS ' IN THE BASEMENT New Summer Wash Fabrics Sheer, White Goods Cross ban, stripes and checked dimities from the bolt on bargain square, 1f) at, per yard IvC Very Fine Mercerized Pop lins All the lead- jn i Ing shades, yard . . M.U2K Persian Ghallies from the bolt Monday, at, a yard 3Y2c 40-inch Nainsook and soft finish long cloth deslra- ..lie ble lengths, at, per yard White Swisses for Drettses Embroidered dots in vari ous sizes equal to the reg ular 40c grade dress lengths bargain square, per yard . . Tins Batistas and lawns for glimmer dresses, walstn and children's wear mill lengths or tne regular 12HC (trade, at. yard 15c 3ic A GREAT SALE OF SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES. Never before have such high grade sheets and pillow cases been Fold so cheaply, cial attention to hotels. Spe- Seamless Bleached Sheets size 72-90 worth 70c sale price will be, each . . . . 53c Seamless Bleached Sheets size 81-90 and 81-93 to, worth 80c sale C9 price, each . . . OuC Seamless Bleached Sheets size 81-99 worth 90c sale price will be, each . 69c Fine Pillow Cases sizes 42-36. 45-36 and 45-38 to are worth 20c- at, each -12ic These sheets and pillow cases are equal to the celebrated Utlca brand. TIMELY REAL ESTAIE GOSSIP Additions Selling Rapidly and Hun dreds of New Homes Going; Up. AIL PARTS OF CITY DESIRABLES Sholea Sella Oakharat, Parse Invest tent Co. Nebraska I.anda and Haa. tinea A Harden Big String- of . Konntaa Place Lota. Some idea of the way the north part of the city is being- improved and property ia changing hands, which Invariably means Improvement, la shown by the following Itat of sales made by Hastings ft Heyden during the last week: K. C. McOlnnls bought a lot on Sherman avenue. Detween wtrt and Spenoer atreeta on which he will build a fine home. Con sideration. $975. A. L. Vernon of the Omaha Cold Storage company ha bought a lot on Spenoer , street, between Sherman avenue and Eighteenth street, on which he will build a nome. Connlrteratlon. Jnao. Mra. M. Burke bouaht a lot in Collier piace. i opRjrtpratlon. M50. J. J. Dvorak bought from Knudt Thomp son the heautirul nine-room residence In forest Hill rnrk addition for a home. Con alderatlon. to.&CO.- M. J. Kenney anld his realdence at J509 i North Twenty-ninth street and bought a ioi on rmsney street, in Kountie place, i on which he will build a new home. Frank Cunningham haa bought a lot on Lothrop street, In Sulphur Sprlnga addition, on which Hastlt.ga & Heyden will build him a modern home. James Phelanhaa bought a home 'at 190S , Manderson ' street from John O. Sterner. I Consideration. 12.250. i . ; Timothy Collins has bought the bonus at KW6 Maple street from Mrs. C. N. Forbes. ; Consideration. UM. Mr. Collins will oe tcupy this place as a home. ' a. H. Boggs hss bought a lot In Collier place, on Thirtieth street, for $fi00. K. A. Norton bought a lot In Fort View Terrace addition. Consideration, ir0. F. M. Hughes bought a lot on Thirtieth ; street. In Collier place. Consideration, tfiOO. C. F. Besen bought a lot on . Thirtieth, In Collier place. Consideration, $n00. Typical of the way new additions are ' being sold In and around Omaha, and the improvements being made on them, la the record of the P. V. Sholea company. In handling the Oakhurst Park addition, which is between Thirty-third and Thirty sixth streets, near the Field club on Pa cific street. A year ago in July the com pany offered fifty-one lota for sale at prices ranging from S4S0 for a smalt tot to 13.0M for the larger onea. In eleven months, without particular effort, all but one of the lota have been sold and more than StO.flno worth of improvements have been started In the addition. The experience of Mr. Sholea In selling this property Is not much different from what Is going on In an addition opened by the company a short time ago between Forty-second and Forty-fifth streets, north of Seward street. It is known as Crelgh- tan's second addition. The lots are selling rest, and seventeen residences are now being erected in the new addition. Iler's addition, on the east and west side of the boulevard, south of Wright street, Is being pushed on the market by the Osborne-Hansen Real Estate company. This company haa considerable property Jin the Hanacom park district, having sold during the week a realdenoa to Harry B. Fleharty at 3031 Marcy street, and lots to C. H. Poore at Twenty-eighth and Hickory streets. The Her addition lots are priced at from S300 to $00, and located as they are, near the besuttful Meageath and Crclghton first addition properties, are selling rapidly. Major R. 8. Wilcox of Browning-King & Co. has bought a site for his new home In Kountze place, securing the southwest corner of Eighteenth and Lothrop streets, which has seventy-four feet on Lothrop and 134 feet on Eighteenth street. The lot was sold tor $1,500. Sheriff E. F. Bralley has also secured a residence In Kountsa place, paying $4,600 for the resi dence, at 1A08 Lothrop street, while E. Thompson bought the lots on the north east corner of Eighteenth and Lothrop, 74x124 feet, for $1,350. Hastings te Heyden made all the sales. St. Mary's avenue Is to ba renovated. It is one of the most beautiful residence streets "close In," 'but a large number of old buildings are still standing on the lower end of the avenue, many of which are controlled by the Elisabeth Kountze Real Estate company. It Is understood this company has under consideration plans for removing all the old buildings, houses and stores alike, and replace all with fine apartment houses and flats. Some other changes are under consideration, which will materially change the landscape of St. Mary's avenue without detracting from the natural beauty of the avenue. West Leavenworth street Is no exception to the other parts of Omaha. It Is being paved and all the snaps in vacant lots and city property are being snapped up as fast as they are put on the market. The paving has given the neighborhood a large number of new owners and as a result the street, as well as side streets, are feeling the ef fect of a large number of beauty spots re placing the "tumble-downs" for which the street has been more or less famous since the days of "Leavenworth stub." "Land mad" would be the exclamation of anyone who listened to George Payne of the Payne Investment company tell of the way people get him out of bed to contract for lands they don't even care to see. after looking over his "picture stories" of west ern Nebraska. In two weeks Mr. Payne has sold $228,000 of western lands, securing In some Instances prices which justify the statement made on his advertising matter, "The highest price paid for farm lands In Nebraska has been paid for those on the western border." I. J. Fansler of Deweyvtlla, Utah, saw a want ad. in The Bee offering an acre of land In the city for $1,000. He wrote to the Payne Investment company and a map of tha city was mailed htm with the loca tion of the acre marked. The next mail brought a draft for $1,000 and Mr. Fansler secured the acre at Seventh and Arbor streets, owned by Elisabeth Cornwall of Winona, Minn. now owns eighteen houses In Omaha, buy ing the eighteenth at 4812 Capitol avenue this wek from the Payne Investment company for $2,500. Samuel Katx has bought half a block of land at Thirty-third and Plnkney streets for $3,000, where he will establish a ma terial yard. Mr. Katx also bought during the week a house and lot at Thirty-seventh and Leavenworth streets for $2,500. George F. Abbott has bought one of the new bungalows erected by the Pavne In. vestment company In Dundee for $7,000. jne company has erected six such resi dences during the spring and sold almost all of them. Winter Byles, publisher of railway guides and newspaper correspondent, who Is In vesting money for members of his family in England, has bought for $4,000 the resi dence at 2814 Hamilton streets; while John Swanson haa bought the store building at Twenty-sixth and N streets, South Omaha, for $li,00O of Miss Edith Olfford of Gales burg, III. The sales were made by the Payne Investment company. Arthur Remington has bought two and a half acres of Falracres,. being the west half of the W. A. Paxton. Jr., tract He paid $2,500 for the land and will erect at once a residence costing more than S10.000. Mr. Remington now makes his home In the Winona flats. O. W. Garlock has bought through J. H. Dumont & Son, two lots at Thirty-eighth and Cuming streets, where he will erect two residences at once. The lots belonged to the C. B. Nash company and sold for $3,500. Another deal, which means a fine new residence, is the sale by the Dumonts to Fred L. Smith of the lot west of the Methodist hospital for $1,750. NEW ELECTRIC LAMP COMES Consumers of Klectric I.lajht Have Real --Cause for Re. Jolclna. The success obtained by the electrical engineers, who developed the new incan descent lamp called Tungsten, will be of Interest to every user of electric ll?ht. ' The filament, or the little wire inside cf the bulb in the new lamp Is called Tung sten, and Is unlike the wire of oiher metals as copper or iron. Tungsten Is too brittle to be drawn Into a wire, and although the metal has been known for considerably over a century, It Is only In the last few years that it has been possible to build a wire of it, a feat which has given the people the Tungsten lamp. In order to make a filament of Tungsten, the fine par ticles of the metal powder. Its original form, are made into a paste with some binding material, and this paste Is squirted through a die, which die must be made from a diamond, as it Is the only material suitable for this purpose. The filament so obtained is dried, the binding material re moved by suitable processes, and the par ticles of Tungsten welded together Into a continuous wire. The Tungsten lamp at present, while It gives a beautiful light and con.sumes very little current. Is still In the development stage, and is being per fected very rapidly. At the present time the Tungsten lamps available will burn 1,000 hours or more, and It Is claimed by electric light men that the efficiency ob tained from the Tungsten lamp In Its present state Is far beyond the expectation of the most sanguine engineers. The best real estate advertising medium I is the Want Ad Department of Th OmaUa Bee. BRANDEIS STORES Special Demonstration and Sale of La Vida Corsets All This Week "We invite the women of Omalia who desire to improve or to retain the lines of their fijaire, to attend this special demonstration. ( Miss M. E, Nolan. Special R eprsontative From the Makars will Bo In Attendance. La Vida Corsets conform to the fig ures without the least discomfort. Dif ferent models are specially designed and shaped for figures that vary from the average. ' BRANDEIS STORES lit It there is such a thing as "frenxled real state" tha story of Mrs. E. M. Earl and her adventures In buying and selling Omaha property might be so described. Ten years ago Mrs. Earl was left $1,000 life Insurance. She Invested in Omaha vacant property. Since then she has sold the $1,000 holdings, bought others, sold and resold. Oa tha 11000 original investment Mis. fcarl l!W' 8KB THE PRICES $25 to $250 A very few lots slightly higher No Interest! No Taxes! 110 PAYMENTS REQUIRED DURING ILLNESS WARRANTY DEED ONE DOLLAR DOWN AND 50 Cents A WEEK UNTIL PAID JLJ' Jlj THE GROWTH OP OMAHA AROl'.Mt IH'NOEE AM) BENSON DISTRICT HAS BEEN WONDERITL. BENSON HAS DOUBLED IX POPULATION AND ITS REAL ESTATE HAS MULTIPLIED FOUR TIMES IN VALUE. DUNDEE IS THE ARISTOCRATIC SUBURB OF OMAHA LOTS IN THIS LOCALITY WILL DOUBLE AND TREBLE IN VALUE. THOSE WHO BUY LOTS I.N MORMXGSIDK ARE PRACTICAL!.! CERTAIN TO MAKE HANDSOME PROFITS. MORN1NGSIDE IS HIGH; ALL LOTS ARE ON GRADE AND THE VIEW IN EVERY DIRECTION IS MAGNIFICENT. COME EARLY! COME TODAY! COME TONIGHT! You will never miss SO rents a week. Yon ran par more if you wish and get a liberal discount. All payments are made at City Saving Bank, Omaha BUY A LOT FOR YOUR BOY OR GIRL. IT IS THE ONLY PRACTICAL WAY TO SAVE. The price of every lot is marked In plain figures on the lot. When you select your lot, take off the tag and give your dollar to the salesman. Come out any day bring your family and lunch basket and picnic in the ten acres of beautiful grove and blue grass sod. Uni'J Tfl DCRPIl IfflDUIelPCIllC Take any Benson Car and get off at ORPHANAGE AVENUE, or ANY STREET IN BENSON, and walk uuif iu nkituu itiuniiuiuoiUL WEST to ear big sign. SOUTH FOUR BIjOCKS to our big sign, or take any DUNDEE car to end of the line and walk NORTH- You Can't Miss the Location. We will have conveyances at both car lines for ladies. We are on the' ground every day & evening. U EV1. P. DODGE & CO., 1714 Famam, Omaha. COME TODAY COME TONIGHT TOMORROW