THE BEE: OMAHA, SATt.KDAY. JtTXE 19, 1009.
liCANDESCESIS FOR ARCS
Substitution in Street Li;hta Consid
ered by City Conncil.
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GlTO People ta RNlInn Dl
trtotu Better Satisfaction
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Incandescent Instead fit are lamp may
be used to Hsht the residence district of
Omaha after the current year. Member
-of the new city council are considering;
making the change In the Interest, largely,
of people living In the newly settled addi
tions and In outlying districts. Should the
change be made It will be for the reason
that more territory can be covered with
Incandescent than with sro lamps,' and
that dark Intersections and other place
where light Is needed can be lighted whlchj
lack of funds hss prohibited.
The preprnt five-year contract with the
Omaha Klertrle Ltpht and Power company
expires at the close of the current year
and befnrf n contrary Is entered into be
tween lh city nnd the company the pro
posed change will ha thoroughly discussed.
The city Is nor,- paying for 1,020 arc lamps
on the streets (if Omaha. Over 9fi0 of these
are In the residence districts. Three and
one-half times as much current Is used by
an arc lamp as Is used by an Incandescent,
and therefore 3.325 Incandescent could be
Installed for the same amount of current
and at the same cost as the fljO arcs used
In the residence district!. Under the
present system less than t.OnO Intersections
are being lighted In the residence districts,
but If the change in the lighting system
should be made over 3,000 Intersections
could be lighted without Increased cost to
the city, It la argued.
Arc lamps naturally give more light than
Incandescent, but Councilman Johnson be
lieves the people would be better satisfied
"I have not looked Into the matter very
closely," said Mr. Johnson, "but If w
could get a contract for either arc or In
candescent, we could put It up to the resi
dents of a certain locality and tell them
they could either have ten aro lamp, for
inrflance, or thirty-five Incandeacent. They
could do Juat as they pleased about It, but
1 think most localities would choose tha
incandescents on acoount of tha greater
number and the larger territory that would
Man Who Leaves
Home is Found
Dead at Gibson
Jacob Havel is Discovered in Weed
Patch x Near the Burlington
Jacob Havel, M years of age, who lived
with his widowed mother, Mr. Jennie
Havel, at First and Spring streets, Gibson,
and who disappeared In arf angry mood
. last Sunday morning and could not be lo
cated, waa found dead Friday noon lying
In a large patch of weed near the Bur
lington station at Gibson or at least that
1 the report received by Frank Radii,
South Omaha sanitary officer. Radii is a
Despondency and suicide, robbery and
murder, or sudden death from lcknefc,
are theories offered to account for Havel
being found dead.
He attended a party Saturday night and
Is said to have returned home lntoxloated
the next morning about 7:30 o'clock. HI
mother remarked about hi condition and
his being out so late.
Havel went to bed, but got up again
about 10 o'clock In tha morning and left
home without saying a word a to hi In
tentions. Since that time, until hi body
wa discovered, nobody la known to have
The police were furnished with descrip
tions of the missing man a early aa Tues
day and Sergeant Tony Vanou was ap
pealed to personally Thursday evening at
hi home by tha anxious . mother. He
made a thorough Investigation of the oase
Friday morning at ' Gibson, but reported
to the police station that the man had not
been found. 1
Havel' hat waa found at Gibson a day
or two ago by a railway employe Gu
Miller and It 1 said that a postal card
waa reeclved at Gibson, signed , by Havel
and dated at Kansaa City, In It he aald
he was "O. K." and aaked how tha Gibson
Havel waa working In Llvesey at Co.'
brick yard when he disappeared. He I a
brother-in-law of Frank Radii, tha South
Omaha sanitary officer, who received the
. only new of the finding of tha body and
Immediately went with a buggy to Investi
gate the report.
He was about six feet In height, weighed
10 pound and had a smooth fao and light
brown hair, cut short In tha baok.
IOWA DEMOCRAT PRAISES
DOLLIVER AND CUMMINS
, ' Say that the Hawkey Haa
Twi of tha Best Uattesl
Iowa haa at least one democrat who (
willing to admit the republican in congresa
are not all bad men. This partloular
Hawkeye, who In addition to being a mem
ber of the democratlo party I also a de
voted follower of W. J. Bryan, la G. M,
Gretatnger, a big land owner of Coon Rap-
Id, la., and he Just now I a gueat at the
"We have two of tha beat United State
senators of any atate In the union over
there in Iowa," he aald. "I am a demo
crat, mind you, but that does not blind m
to the good thing men of tha other party
do. I want to aay that Dol liver and Cum
nilns stand for the bast Interest of our
state. Their fight for a lower tariff ahow
what kind of fellow they are. We people
of Iowa, whether w be democrats or re
publican, are pretty strong for both Dol-
liver and Cummins. I believe the state
will keep them in congresa until they get
, ready to retire to private Ufa"
GOOD LOOKS COUNT AT
THE HOTELSJN AUSTRALIA
If Yea Are Not la ea ranee
Von Maat Pay la A 4
Frank T. Wallace, a New York traveling
man. la a gueat at the Paxton on his return
for a year's trip in Australia.
- "While there Is a good deal of the Aru.rt
can spirit prevailing In Sidney and Mel
bourne, they da thing there in a peculiar
way," aald ha "It la hard ta get used to
'They have excellent restaurant there.
but they run on a peculiar plan. A man
goea la aud alia dowa at a table, and a
Women Pure Thread Silk Hose
and all Over Lace Hose, at pair . . . .
Also silk embroidered boot patterns ?
fancy light shades, plain black atid tan,
some with lisle soles, double heel nud
toe, also Borne with garter tops;extraor-
inary bargains, AO. T150
Women' 50c Hosiery vt 25c
Women's fine Imported mercerized lisle and cot
ton hosiery, light shades; black and tan, fancy
embroidered boot, allover lace sa aa
and lace boot patterns, double a&ojC
heel and toe, at, pair en"a
Women's and Men's Fine Hosiery at 15c
Heavy and fine ribbed hose, mercerised lisle finish and cotton, all
stripes, mercerized lisle finish, allover lace and embroid- C
ered seamless hose, double heel and toe, pair Uw
Misaes', Children's a.nd Boys' Hosiery at 10c and . 15c
Heavy and fine ribbed hose, mercerized lisle finish and cotton, all-
over laces, some with double knee, heel and toe, worth 1A. iCg
worth to 2 6c pair, at, pair lvC"l5C
HAND EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS
An extra special offer Saturday Genuine hand em
broidered Madeira, in neat styles, nil pure linen
handkerchiefs, that are actually PA f Q
worth up to $1.00 each, at DUC-OZJC
4l Silk Ribbons
S great bargains from New
York Auction purchase
plain and fancy taffetas,
satins, Persian patterns,
etc., in widths 1 to 6
75c Neckwear at 25c
Big bargains In lace and em
broidered neckwear, white
and colored, some hand
embroidered, Dutch col
lars, jabots and
rabots, worth up
to 7 Be, each . . .
Women's Summer Underwear
Women's Vests, sleeveless, fine cot
ton all sizes 15c
Also Pants umbrella style, lace trim
med all sizes 15c
Women's Knit Combination Suits
umbrella style, out sizes 7, 8 and 9,
"Women's fine ribbed, sleeveless, lace
trimmed Vests all sizes; special for
Women's Fie Lisle Sleeveless Vests,
crochet and, lace trimmed in pink,
blue and white 49c
Women's Knit Combination
Sleeveless Suits, umbrella lace
trimmed cuff knee,
all sizes, spe-v
Ctftlf 4t e a a
Boya' Pome knit Underwear,
Vests, long sleeves and high
neck, pants ankle f
and knee lengths, .
all sizes, at
Sale of Silk Gloves
Long Silk Gloves "Fownes' make.' double tipped, black, Q I ((
white, tan, grey, and pongee, 16-button length, at, pair. .
Silk Gloves, elbow length puro
Milanese 1 clasp fasteners,
double tipped fingers In blue,
green, pink, rose, catawba and
black, worth $1.85, .0.'
at. pair OZJC
u You sea, they follow
the water all the way"
rFHZ tracks of the New York
Central Lines are water
level from Chicago to New
York. You can sleep " as well as see the world-famous
scenery of the Great Lakes, Niagara Falls and Mohawk and
Hudson River Valleys.
20 th Century Limited
LAKE SHORE N. Y. CENTRAL
Laavo La Sail Stroot Station, Chicago . 2 JO p.m.
AtriTo Grand Coatral Statioa, Now York . 9.30 sum.
MICHIGAN CENTRAL ft Y. CENTRAL
Lmmi Twelfth Stroot Station, CMcag 9-05
Arrives Craa4 Contra! Station, Now York . 9.03
Fifteen other fast train all hours of tha day. Liberal
Step -over privileges at Niagara Falls and other points.
For information or Um tables address
Warren J. Lynch
Itsasengar Traffic Manager
La Sail St. Station Chicago
Short Silk Gloves, 2 clasp ef
fects, double tipped fingers,
best makes, Including Kayser's
and Fownes', black, white
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The cloth is medium
weight, the color is a beauti
ful shade of blue, not too
dark or to light this shade
is usually made up in better
suits only. They are made
up with fancy cuffs on
sleeves, the vests have flaps
on the pockets and the whole
suit is made up in the most
up-to-date manner. We are
satisfied that there isn't a
store in Omaha that soils the
equal of these suits for less
than $15.00. ,
Everything about these
suits is absolutely guaranteed.
Broken Lines o!
Former prices $1.50, $2.00,
$2.50-sizes from 34 to 44.
Big lot to choose from; your
1519-1521 Douglas St.
waltar, sanai ally a woman, haads him tha ba good for tha bill ha is served. Otherwise,
bill of fare. H makes out bis ordar on a
slip, and beforo bo 1 waltad on. V
waiter foe to the eaahler and baa a little
private talk wHh him. Tha cashier looks
ovo at the customer and U ho appear to
he la asked to par In advance. The meal
ar sHod and cheap. The same careful
scrutiny la made when a fellow renlstera
at a hotel. Uood look will go farther than
any amount of has"-'
Shoe The Boy
Now that school is closed
your boy will have more time
for play and consequently
will be hjtrder on his shoes.
We have Just the shoes for
the boys to wear during va
cation. FOR QUALITY
We offer our Celebrated
Steel Shod Shoes Shoes that
have stood the test and are
now no experiment selected
Quality of leather, put to-
gether and made by the best
shoemakers in the world.
The factory and a Drezel
guarantee back of each pair.
Little Gents, size
10 to 13....... $2.00
1 to I $2.25
2 to 5tt ..... $2.50
Send for spring catalogue.
Drcxcl Shoe Co.
1413 Far nam Street
It would take volumea to tell how I
discovered that all abnormal elements in
the phyelcal organism may be replaced
by sound material without drugs or surg
ery. Prof. O. Magor Tabor of the
Academy of 8clencea of Los Angeles said:
you have discovered a new philosophy."
Deposit prtve In bank payable to me
when you are cured.
AJIXBXCA . OOOVZB,
181 . aata sn. raono ind. a -3373.
Our Oxford Tans
Are as pleasing to ourselves as to
They certainly are bear.tlps.
Every style Imaginable and every
Nothing so popular for this
$3.00, $3.50 and $4.00
See display in windows.
FRY SHOE CO.,
16th and Douglas Street.
Fresh' Tomatoes, (per basket)
New Potatoes, (per peck)..30
Fresh Peas, (per qt. )...!.. . 5
Hothouse Cucumbers, each...5
Columbia River Salmon, (1-lb
flat can), 3 for 25
Hire's Root Beer Extract, (regu
larly 25c), Saturday t 13c
Monarch, Snyder's and Blue Label
Catsup, (per bottle) 19
Jello, per pkg 7M
Walter Baker's Chocolate, (per
Gold Dust or Star Naphtha Wash
ing Powder,(41b. pkgs.) . . . 19
Diadem, Wedgwood, Meadow
Gold, IdeaC Idlewild Butter, per
With every , purchase of fifty
cents we will give you ten green
trading stamps free.
Exponents of Good Living,
28th and FARXAM.
Bulletin From ttie Auction
The following souvenirs were
given out Thursday, June 17th,
at Fred Brodegaard & Co.'s Jewel
109 North Sixteenth Strcst
(Opposite the Fostoffloe)
John Galllner, 808 So. 21st St. Cake
Mrs. Fred Miller, 21B N. 25th. Ladles'
William H. Paulson, 3230 Prospect
Hill. Cold Meat Fork.
Auction commences every day,
10:30 a. m., 2 p. m. and 7:30 p. m.
SOH'T FATX TO ATTESTS.
"THE NATIONAL HEALTH RESORT"
Approved by Nation and State. Ber
Climate and Medicinal Springs in
America, First Claas Hotels. Uospk
tala and Bath Housea Writ I
oratory Commercial Clua,
, Bot springs. So. Ssk.
D. C. SCOTT, D. V.S.
(Successor to In. H. L. Ramaociottt)
ASSIST AJTT STATS TBTBBUrAltXaJg,
Offloo aa Hospital, 3810 Kaaon
Calls Promptly Answered at All Houta,
Taeae Office Barney 997.
Baa. Sooglaa laaa.
In the Shopping
!! ! f1m?ifer:!ii
Tafi's Dental Rooms
llth and McOee.
Kansas City. Mo.
In th Shopping1 Dlstrlot.
M.ar all the Theatera.
SOO B.autlful Booiu.
100 Private Batha.
Mot and oold water In all room.
Spacious lobby, parlora.
T.l.phuue in every room.
Beautiful Cafe, Verfect Collin.
$1 to $2.50 Per Day
KIPPER-DENS0N HOTEL C0H
F. A BSSSOaT, Mgr.
Offers opportunities for bargain getting in High
Class Spring and Summer Clothes seldom, if ever,
equalled in the history of Omaha merchandising.
Not only are qualities in every case fully up to
the Hayden standard the highest but assort
ments are so varied that absolutely satisfactory
selection is easily made.
Hart, Schaftner S Marx
$18. $20 to $25 Suits
Togther with several other
high grade nnd well known
makes, the choicest of this
season's styles, fabrics and
colorings. The very best in
ready-to-wen r, "j J J J
$13.50, $15 $16.50 Suits
Over 500 of them for your se
lection, pure worsteds, serges,
.velours, cheviots, etc, all
' hand tailored, perfect in fit,
clever new designs, the great
est values ever of-Q 1 n "fr
fered in Omaha, atM I Uo I U
$10.00 and $12.50 All Wool
Suits Including many all
wool worsteds, blue serges
and cheviots, not one worth
, les than $10.00, most of them
.ly f'-- Y
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Co-1?? VAd Wy U.vn Sehaflnsf A Mar
Boys Knee . Pants Suits
"With two pairs of pants
values up to $4.00,
Youths' Long Pant Suits
Biggest values ever at
7.501012.50 fa 520
Try Hero First
THE MLIABLK STORt
TMC SCUABUt SrOM
Uasetnent " OMAHA'S PR Floor
Tor your Sunday Dinner In on
Meat Department wa har Special t
iOO pair Choice Lamb Less, lb.. ISO
1,000 lbs. Choice Pot Roast (from
corn fed steers) 10
1,000 lbs. Choice Boiling Meat (rib),
1,000 lbs. Choice I.amb Shoulder
Roast, per pound Ho
800 lbs. Calumet Plcnto Hams, per
1,000 lbs. Boneless Shoulder Roant,
per pound lOo
1,000 lbs. Boneless Rib Roast, per
pound 19 Ho
1,000 lbs. Morrell's Standard Brand
Bacon, per pound 17ViO
Especially fine Hprlnsr Lamb, Spring
uucks, tspring; cnicKens, etc., etc.
resh Mushrooms, Summer Squash,
Kg at Plant, Ked Kaspberries,
AlllKator Pear, Cantaloupes,
New Sweet Corn, Watermelons,
Speolals for Saturday In our Gro
48-lb. sack Lotus Flour fl.SS
Bulk Seeded Raisins, per lb lOo
1-lb. frame Honey 1910
1- lb. can Red Steak Salmon lBo
3-lb. can Aprlcota 18o
S-lb. can London's Soup (tomato) ISo
2 - lb. pk Swedish Health Bread.. OBo
Soda Crackers, per lb Bo
Nebraska Made Cheese, per lb....lSo
WlaoonBln Cream Cheeae, per lb..l8o
New York Cream Cheese, per lb..SOo
Bulk Peanut Butter, per lb Boo
Country Butter, per lb flflo
Kirss, per dosen 89o
Texaa Tomatoes, per basket 8So
Spinach, per peck .' Bo
Pie Plant, per bunch lo
Lemons, per dosen Boo
Navel Oranares per dosen 80o
Bananas, per dozen lBo
Modern machinery an3 labor-saving devices have made
it possible for the up-to-date manufacturer to put an oxford
on the market for $2.50 which you are in the habit of paying
one to" three dollars more for. Call and see these oxfords,
they are the best the shoe man has ever produced for $2.50.
322 So. 16th Street.
s.,, . , r55ji i. mi - irtinr snsy ., y-
Tou can make graduation presents this
seaaon for half price by setting them here.
Is it sensible to pay high prlcesT
Waddina Freaoata, or afiy kind of pres
ents at half price. Beautiful new stock to
eltct from. Diamond, watches, brooches.
BRODKEY JEWELRY LOAN CO.
1401 Bout-las Street.
W ALL PAPER
niTHKlirOKI) A JfcNSK.VS entire Uxk of inaRiilfU -nt
linported and domestic desiKaa will be sold rKardleH of
thJr former value prices ranging from 8 rruU. Come
and look them over at
2008 FARNAM STREET
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