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TirR. OMAHA1 SUNDAY itEEf MAT. 15. 1010.
8 x New Summer Merchandise Very Attractively Priced 50c Embroideries at 19c 25c ' Finest embroidered I'louuciujrs, sskirtiugs and corset cover em broideries. ho galloons and bands, in Swiss, nainsook and cambric, also lacey Irish, effects; many are f)le quality; on large bargain square. . 19c-25c Pure Thread Silk Hose Genuine Silk Hosiery Both Women's (and Men's For the price of Cotton. Immense lot from one of the largest American mills. Maker took for less than usual In order to secure our order. The savins la fully one-third. Many buyers will select a dozen pairs. The quality will be found highly satisfactory. -WOMENS- PURE THREAD SILK HOSIERY Fine and sheer; extra splic ing of silk Hl al the heelB, toes and gaiter tops. Kvery size and color, biacu and white, tan, bronze, nink. sky. smoke, pearl, navy, lavender, pongee, cham pagne, reseda, olive, Copenhagen, old rose, wistaria, gold. 75c MEN'S PURE THREAD SILK HALT HOSE This merely the price of good, ' lisle hose, but these are absolutely pure thread silk, made with silk lisle heels, toes and toDs: full size; In black, tan, navy, smoke, pearl reseda, cadet, lavender, wistaria etc. 50c J r 75c Wide Embroideries at 39c 18, 2t and 27-Inch fine embroidered flounclngs, elegant Angleterre, floral and Kngllah eyelet effects, at, yard i $1.00 All-Over Embroideries at 59c Yard 22-inch fine Swiss and batiste all-overs eyelet, leaf, sprays and shadow effects many worth $1.00, Smart, new styles- Si Bands and Galloons at 39c and 49c Yard Highest class crochet and embrolderd batiste bands and galloons elegant combination designs in baby Irish. ysk TV dainty embroidery and braid effects. JjJJ at, yard, 39gJ and Fine Embroidery Edgings and Insertions Also headings medium widths endless variety all newest designs many worth M jfV 20c a yard. 1 JL C at, yard . i ' All Pure l.inen Table Damask; fine satin finish full 2 yards wide; $1.10 val ue, at, yd. 85c Slightly Soiled' Pattern uiotn f values up to $4. each, at $1.0S Specials in Our Linen Department Basement All Pure Linen Napkins; full bleached; extra heavy, S3.50 values, dozen . .-$1.98 Imported Mercerized. $2.25 Dam ask Cloths; neatly hemstitched; each, at $1.59 mmaau OMAHA - Pure Satin Dam ask Table Linen - full bleached. 75c quality, per yd., at . . .59 Fringed Marseil les pattern Bed Spreads, regular felze worth $1.50 each, at 98 'ft vfciA WW mmgr lu . lite Mm I . WM It I . i-.a v., J III i F- I fiUlti MSiii i lil These Dainly and Praclical Silk Dresses Are Popular This Season As a special event for Monday we will sell fifty- five fine silk dresses, made of shantungs, foul ards, mescalines, chiffon taffetas, Qj pfTA txaii de everue. etc. man v are V II vj samples all colors and worth up II fl lJ iftU.W 1UVUUO Jl HI SPECIAL $25 WASH DRESSES AT $12.50 A lot of fine high-grade wash dresses in lingerie, linen chambrays, ginghams, dimities, barred nainsooks, etc. Included in lot are several sam ple dresses many are worth up &4 S TA to $25, choice, at.". $JL.3U The New Linen Suits are Fashionable We are nowshowlng one of the most complete assort ments of pretty summer linen suits ever shown In Omaha. Realising the popularity of these frocks, we have taken greater pains than ever this season to secure every new style and color. Beautiful hand trimmed effects, at $12.50, 15, $19, $25 and $35 PRETTY NEW LINGERIE DRESSES An entirely tiew line Just received of these dainty sum- the pretty ideas, at. . . .... . .$25-$35-$39-$49 THE SMART NEW LINEN DRESSES In the natural and colored linens pretty trimmed and stylish effects, at ' SPECIAL IN MILLINERY DEPT. Your Choice of Any Hat In Our Entjro Stock That libs Been Selling at $10 or More At JUST One-Hall Price This offer includes all the most exquisite hats in our stock all our beatui- ful imported Paris hats all our finest New York patterns elegant ostrich trimmed and aigrette dress hats the styles that have been so much admired, all go at half price. All the $100 Hats for $50 . All the $50 Hata foi-S25 All the $25 Hats, $12.50 All the $15 Hats, $7.50 All the $75Hats, $37.50 All the $35 Hats, $17.50 All the $20 Hats for $10 All the $10 Hats for $5 Very High Class Hats at Just i Former Price 3 $15-$19-S25 Shantung and Rajah Suit3 Dressy, coo summer suits, in natural and colored effects, plain and fancy braid and embroidery '(9 IT trimmed; at . . .VudmVOO WOMEN'S SERGE AND CLOTH COATS Choice of 75 high grade serge and cloth coats, worth up to $30, at NEW WASH SKIRTS In linen and repp, all the new features for summer wear at- $2.98, $3.98, $5.00 'and up to ..$12.50 WOMEN'S TAILORED SKIRTS One lot high grade skirts in all' the popular cloths and styles, worth up to $12.50, each, at ....... $6.98 $15 WOMEN'S WHITE SERGE SUITS Smart, newest styles C X d beautifully made, at &di$ JJ NEW LINGERIE WAISTS All the cleverest new style for summer- X special lots at tfl.SS, 93.9S and 95.00 THE NEW LINEN TAILORED WAISTS Very prettily made special groups at $1.98, S3. 60. $2.98 and S3.M NEW FRENCH LINGERIE New arrivals from our own Paris office.' Kxqulslte hand-made and hand-embroidered effects.' Special Sale of Imported Foulard Silks We offer the finest lofc.of splendid quality foulards ever put or) special sale. Scrolls, cameo patterns, geometrical and Arabesque patterns, all sizes of dots, yf,C cones, rings, etc. best colorings shown this season bargain square, yd.. . e7C Special Sale Semi Rough Pongees, Shantung, Indro, Real Jap. and Chinese Pongees 24-Inch and 27-inch Rough and I 27-inch Natural Pongee Silks, I 36-Inch Very Heavy Shantung semi-rough Pongee Silks 39k I now at 59 I Chamois, at .' $1.00 Grca.t Sale of Muslins 75c and 85c Bleached Seamless Sheets ready for use; sizes 81x90 and 81x99 :r. . . . 59c-65c 42 and 4 5-Inch wide Pillow Casing; ; better than Pepperell; 14c and 15c values, per yd., fl 1 A a dl-lVC 81x90 Bleached Sheets for full size .bed with seam - good wearing sheeting, 60c . values, at each 39c Large, medium and small size Pillow Cases: worth 15c and 18c, at each at 40-lnch wide, very fine, heavy grade Unbleached Sheeting, , per yd., at 10c-12ic 74c Monday Will Be Gingham Day Regular full standard 124e..Red . Cross Nurse Ginghams; different stripes froih the bolt, per yd., at Anderson Scotch Ginghams; 32 in ches wjde; styles found only In ' Imported Ginghams,' per yd., at . . . . , . 8ic 15c Seersucker Ginghams, for wash suits and Children's dresses, cham- bray-. ginghams for rompers, yd. . . . . . Apron Check ' Gingham ; Amoskeag and other standard Ging ' hams for aprons, yd 9v 5c-7ic New Wash Goods Monday at Lower Prices Beautiful Dimities and Fine . Batis tes; daintiest' or all . sumoier printed wash fabrics, fl-Xt per yd., at Zv White Goods, for waiBts, dresses etc. fine dimities, while Swisses, etc., yd Persian Cotton Challles from the bolt, per yd. at ....3K0 10c Mill. lengths large floral pattern 12 He Swisses for -draperies and making kimonos, , 9J. per yd., at 2jC Dress Poplin;1 mercerized cloth, In popular colors; silk finished fou lards; values up to 25c, IA. ......... 4 . . ,1UV 25c and 30c India l.Inons. from th bolt, yd.. JO per yd., at OMAMAv Jm JJ7 LULL IN BALLOON FLIGHTS MM t Aerial Experiments at Fort Omaha Temporarily Suspended. SUCCESSFUL ASCENSION IS MADE ley's comet. These balloon, of which there will b Meveral sent up at different Inter al., will have special meteorological in struments attached to the bHfkeis so any peculiar atmospheric conditions may be noted and automatically registered. aitnln handler I.raili n Sky lHTy from the Ami j .runt to n ' Safe l.nndlitK Ulihln I'rerlnrta of Dundee. Kallonnitiir at Kurt Omaha wllj take a mi at ret no far ia military operations are I'oncenied. TIk Pluilcnt clasK of twenty officers from the army school at Fort Leavenworth which lias been at Fort Omaha for the week returned to Fort Leavenworth Sat urdfiy mornliiR. An ascension was made Friday evening with the spherical balloon, .Captain ('. lie F. 'handler. Captain It. J. Hurt and Firt Lieutenant W. N. Ilaskr'.l of the sljjnal . corps bi'injr in the bxxket. Tlie ascension was a success, the ImIIooii coiiilnj; down near Dundee, without mishap. The h.lKht ; f aliout 3.000 feel was readied. After Its descent the lis ll.xm whs deflated mid bioiut'ut back to Fort Omaha. The intention to send the spherical hal- loon up Saturday mm ulnar for a long flight with Captain Chandler and Lieutenant Has kell as aeioiiuuts was abandoned ou(iik to il.e inclement wentl:er. ' Th tierinan kite balloon was s;iTt up several times Friday evening to a height of nnoui iu leei, uie balloon being made cap live. These ascensions wtre for the pur liose, of glvins the siudcnt officers prac tical Itissons In Mvrurautios. There will he no more ascensions mull next week' and thtse will be dependent upon the weather. Should all things prove 'uvnrable the spherical balloon will be sent u U long fight about the middle of next week with Captain Chandler and Lieuten ant Haskell as passengers. Considerable Interest Is being taken In ('Untitle and astronomical circle regard lug the sending up of the father depart ment balloons next week, during the pas sage of the earth through the tail of Hal- Episcopalians Meet in Council Woman's Auxiliary of Nebraska Episcopal Churches is Also Here. BIDS? YES, PLENTY OF THEM County Commissioners Face Wonder ful Tangle of Figures. CHEAPER PLANT IS ASSURED Propositions of Plumbers and Strain Fitter llelon Figures at Which'. They Offered . to Io the Work Before. The Woman's auxiliary of the Kpiscopal diocese uf .Nebraska will hold its annual meeting at Trinity cathedral Tuesday, May 17. Tho opening service will be tho cele bration of holy communion at !) a. m., lit. Rev. A. L. Williams, celebrant; Very Rev. Ueorge Heecher, assisting. The business session follows at 10. - Luncheon will b served at the Gardner Memorial house at 1 O'clock. The missionary meet- hiK begins at 2. .in, and will include the I following addresses: "The L'nlted Offer- tut," Itev. W. 11. Moor; "Work Among the Indians." Rel-. Francis Kandull of (South 1 ia kola; "Work Among Mountaineers," Archdeacon Wordsworth of Kentucky. Mrs. Klla .Sloane of .South Omaha, is the president, and Mrs. A. K. Gaull. secretary of the state organization. Mrs. Albert .Noo and Mrs. W. H. Millard are the. hospi tality committee. The luncheon of Tuesday and also Wed nrsday and Thursday, when the annual diocesan council Is held, will be served by the members of the auxiliaries of iho dif ferent Omaha church's. This council is the forty-third annual meeting and will be presided over by Bishop Williams. At the rervice Wednesday morn ing John Hice will be ordained. In the afternoon Hishop Williams delivers his an nual address to the cb'rtcal and lay dele gates. In the evening the Nebraska Church club entertains the visiting delegates and the new officers of the Woman's auxiliary at dinner at the Paxton hotel. An important feature uf the business H! be the election of the four clerical and four lay delegates io the triennial convention, which Is held ill October., The council fin ishes Its session Thursday afternoon. Try This When Your Haur is Dusty I From the New York Herald.) i . "When the lia.tr is dusty and dull, and you want to clean It qulcklj, just sprinkle through it a little dry shampoo powder made by mixing four ounce, of orris root , with four ounces of tberog ,' "Then brush the hair thoroughly and not only will It be clean, but it will have a rich and glossy lustre that can be given In no other way. So little time Is required for this dry shampoo that It van l done profitably whenever the hair Is diesed. Therox Is excellent for the scalp and sirs the hair new life and vigor. The regular use of Ibis mixture heightens the natural color, while washing the halt with water too oflen causes H to lose color and becom dul and brittle." t Adv.) NESTLEHOUS IS DISCHARGED j barge f Keeping (inrahllug House lsiutarl Drnatsoa Com plaint Withdrawn. 1 Judge Crawford discharged both cases against William Neatlehous alleging he i was rirourletor of a gambling resort. In speedy bearing Saturday morning. The court found upon the evidence that Nestle houa has not actually been proprietor of the establishment over the Btidweiser sa loon which was alleged to be a gambling place and the secondary charge relating lo the chaiacter of the place, therefore, could not be sustained against him. The c (In cident charge sgalnst Thomas Penniaon was withdrawn by ins complaining witnesses. Bids for plumbing and heating In the new Douglas county . court house were opened1 by the Board of County Commis sioners at noon Saturday. 5 This la the, sec ond! t of bids advertised for. The. new figures show that tho commissioners will achieve the desired end of getting work done more cheaply than under the rejected bids. . ; But there is plenty of chance for much further debate, because It is not easy of f hand to say which contractor has bid the lowest, ami between the bids of J. J. Ilanl ghm and George. I'arks & Co., there Is room for argument. , Tho one and two p',p vacuum healing systems have been bid. upon separately as called for by the specifications, and three' types of bollersthave also been bid upon separately by t nearly all the contractors. Tabulating these shows that there ar sev eral possible combinations by one of which one contractor will be lowest, and by an other combination another bidder. J. J. Hanlghen's bid is this: . Ono pipe vacuum system $si,lftj t wo pipe tauoiiiii Bjsinii u.!rri Horizontal hollers g..l Fitzgibbon boilers 7.jfiti Talks & Co. bid: , , One pipe system Stvt.TM Two pipe system Horizontal boilers.- - h.iff, Fitzgibbon boilers S.475 The Johnson-Kowe-Iaige . company's fig ures on the same items, given In the same order, are 64.&94. t.;t.i!Jt, 17. SI 7 and J 10, 200. Fitspatrick & Koeffner of Columbus, O., bid K!).StT. 7?.,87 17.617, x.H27. The Dixon company of Chicago offers to put in a one-pipe J stem at S79.8M) and a two-pipe at J7S.9W). . Boiler figures for this ccmieny are I7.7SD and 18.790. T. F. Ualfe of Omaha made- a bid at these figures; 173.33, i,m .'..7M and $10.15:'. Bernard Urunn aid, lowest bidder on the former specifications. of fered l7.S!IU for a two-pipe system' and left the one-pipe blank. His boiler figures wire SS.SOO and t!'.67. will preside and reservations for plates can be made with E. F. Denlson at the Young Men's Christian association. HOTEL PLANS CONSIDERED One Option and Incomplete Plans the Only Real Progrress Made In the Project. A project for the erection of a large hotel at Seventeenth and Douglas streets, which the McCague Investment company is hand ling, has reached the point where an option of the lot directly east of the Morris theater has been gained. This lot is com monly known among realty dealers as the Kennard property. A proposition for an option has been made to Mrs. M. Maul, owner of the property occupied by the Cole-McKay undertaking company. It Is said that the remaining portion of the tract Included - in the tentative plans for the hotel, owned by B. A. Cudahy, can be taken under option as soon as the Maul property is under control. "The whole project Is In a chaotic and unsettled, state," said John L. McCague. "There is nothing whatever In the report that Immediate steps were to be taken for the' Incorporation of a hotel company or anything or. the kind." J. 'H. Millard and associates in the Omaha National bank, soon to move Into new .banking rooms at Seventeenth and Farnam streets, of which E. A. Cudahy is also a director, are considering the financ ing of the proposition. Hnlldlnar Permits. A. .Witaell, 707 North Thirty-third, frame, Ji.'iOO; E. R. l.ovett. 2104 Iithrop, frame, $-.'5iO; John Kovarik, H2i South Twelfth, frame, (2,000; Mats Moskowltz. 402 North Twenty-fourth, brick store. 17,000. FREE TO BRYAN CUTS LOOSE FROM PALS LUNCH FOR DR. AYLESWORTH Social Service I lab lo Kslerlals Vis itor at romaicrclal Clan Rooms Monday oon. The .Social Service club of Omaha will entertain Dr. . Barton O. Aylesworth, for merly president of Drake university, snd now president ol the Colorado Agricultural college, at' a noonday luncheon Monday, at the Commeiclal club rooms. The lunch eon will be served at L.' lo. Judge Sutton ASTHMA SUFFERERS A STew Rome Our That Anyone Can Vsa Without Olsoomfort or Loss of Time. We have a New Method that cures Asthma, and we wsnt you to try It at our expense. No matter whether your case is of long-standing or recent development, Whether It Is present as hay fever or chro nic.' Asthma, our method Is sn absolute cure. No matter In whgt climate you live, no matter what your age or occupation, our method will certainly cure you right In your ow n home. We especially want to send it to those apparently hopeless esses, where all forms of Inhalers, douches, opium prepsrstlons, fumes, "pstent smokes." etc.. have failed. We want to show everyone at our own expense that Ibis new method will end all difficult breathing, all wheeslng. and alt those terrible paroxysms at once and for all time. This free offer is too important lo neg lect a single day. Write now and begin the cure at once, tyend no money. Simply mail coupon below. Do It Today. Old Guard Will Not Stand Sponsor for Political Meeting. . TO SPEAK ON PEACE AND . WAR Talks World's Peace In Forenoon lo Children and War '.In KTCnlaig to Democrats I,) ale I. Ab bott Sponsor. Lysle I. Abbott, receiver of the independ ent Telephone company, head of the State County Option league and booster of the Initiative and referendum. Is organizing the Bryan political meeting to be held next Tuesday evening at Washington hall. It Is understood that Mr. Abbott secured the hall for tho meeting and probably will preside and Introduce the grfat traveler. Thus Mr. Bryan has definitely broken away from his old-time henchmen in Doug las county. No more will Mayor Dahlman, Tom Flynn and the hearty men of their bunch be the advance agr-nts for democ racy s tremendous shadow In his work in this county. In Ills address Mr. Bryan Is I not expected to single Mayor Dahlman out for particular denunciation, for they are still good personal friends, but he Is ex pected to state with decided clearness that right here Is where open political friend ship ceases. He Is expected to declare that those who are not openly with him on the Initiative snd referendum snd on county local option arc againsi Mm. To para phrase his now famous dictum those who do not stand on the Bryan platform as most recently repaired and reconstructed are as guilty for what thry do not declate as for what they advocate boldly. In the morning at 10:30 Mr. Bryan will go deeply Into the subject of world peace at the Auditorium before an audience to be composed laigely of public school chll-l drrn, with enough adults to fill up the seats not taken by the boys and girls. In the evening, after conferences with his newest backers and converts, he will be seen with the political claymore swinging wide and dangerously In the direction of those who do not accept his latest gospel. Mayor Dahlman says that, so far as he knows now, he Kill be at the Washington hall meeting. It is a certainty his follow trs are to be on hand, for they expect tne meeling will be very Interesting. ton, subject to the lease of the Boston Ground Rent Trust company. This trans fers the building and all property lights. The title to the adjoining twenty-two feet on the north was gained by purchase from the Aaron Root estate for consideration of I42.0O0. . The remainder of the property, a twenty-two-foot strip on the alley,, was bought from George T. Mills for 145,000. The consideration of the purchase of. tho Boston leases on the eighty-eight-foot sec-' tion has not been made, public. - NEW HOME PLANNED FOR ' THE NEBRASKA NATIONAL Bnlldlng Known as Iron Sink to Be Torn Ho Wo. tn Make Room for Modern Strnctnre. . Plans are being prepared for a new build ing to be occupied by the Nebraska Na tional . bank ai . the northwest corner , of Twelfth and Farnam streets. Thepresent home of the bank on the same corner has stood for a food many years, being known as the "Iron bank," and is at present but twenty-two feet wide. The new building will cover forty-four feet or. Farnam street and 132 feet on Twelfth street. It will be five stories high. KNIGHTS' MAY PARTY DELAYED Order of Colombo Cracrfally Ae cedes to G. A. R. Request Not lo Dance on Memorial Day. TSie annual May party to be given by the members of Omaha council. Knights of Col umbus, has been postponed from May 30 to May 31. The postponement Is the result of a request from the local encampment of the Grand Army that there be no dancing In Omaha on Decoration day. A committee from the Grand Army of the Republic waited upon the entertainment committee of the council and asked that some other date be chnaeli. After a conference, the knights decided to grant the request and the party will be held on May 31. NEW BELL 'PHONE EXCHANGE i i. . . , ,.; . OTer' Office to Take Overload from "v Douglas Board. DEMANDED " BY BIG BUSINE Omaha's . Commercial Interest Make Kcceasar Bl- Increase In Doni . Town 'tVlre. Service To Doable Capacity. Douglas exo.hai ge of. the Nebraska Tele phone company plant is to be doubled in apaclty. In the spring a new switchboard Altii.an ultimate capacity of 10,000 ((e Uiones is to be added to the equipment jf the exchange which serves Omaha's prov ing businesa district. The ntw boa r"ill for the sake of convenience be kno'n' is Tyler exchange. It will give the DhurI.is street station a total of 20.0) telephone.-. "The new .exchange Is mario necessary by the continuous growth of business in ine downtown section," said A. 8. Kn'Mif the traffic department. will beTin- na"d during the winter and made reedy for o . Hon probably early In the spring. "Tfe name of the new exchange, 'T.vln.' j cs chosen simply because It is an eu- isbonlouv prefix for use on telephone num bers." ' The grneral offices of the telephone eonv pany are soon to be moved into the John I.. Kennedy building at KIslMeenth snH Douglas streets and the ik switchboard Is to be Installed In the tainted quarters left by ;the moving of the office. Hare Headpieces. . .Dr. T. len Johnson, coroner of Rradforrk county, I'ennsylvanla. . has ths most ex- penslVe hat ever moiignt Into t'ennsii- vania." It Is made of mscersud hsnk botes, which were redeemed at the l'nlted States treasury, at Washington. .! woith of good hank notes being exchanged for them. The hat is not to wear, but Is a unique souvenir, the gift of a friend. and Is pi Used ery highly by Dr, Johnson. FREE ASTHMA COUPON. FRONTIER ASTHMA CO.. Room 175. Niagara and Hudson Hts., Buffalo, N. V. Send free trial of your new method ti :. WORLD-HERALD DEEDS FILED Pablfshluar (omnanr tieta Title to Mite for ew Ualldlag at Fif teenth and Farnam. Deed for all of the property Included In tht site for the new building which the World-Herald company announced will be built at the northwest corner of Fifteenth and Farnam streets, have been filed. The property, described as lot I. block 1 loV city proper, was acquired, through the McCague nrestment company, from thiee Interests.. The south eighty-eight feet of the lot were obtained by purchase of the leasing holding of the Common wealth Real Kstate Trust company of Bos- rm- The Tenderfoot Farmer It was on ol these experimental Jsrmers, wbo put green spectacles on his cow and fed her shavings. Ilii theory was that it didn't matter what lb eow ate to loof as shr was fed. The questions ol difestioa and ourishnent had not entered into his calculations. 4 f k It't only a "tenderlootVjfsrioer that would try sura an experiment with a to! BmI many fsftner feeds him- iolf regardless ol digestion and nutrition, fie mifht almost as well est shav ings for all the food he gets out of his food. The result is that the stores! grows "weak" the action of the orgses'el digestion end nutrition are impairs and the man suffer lb miseries of ', dysprpsia and the agonies ol nervousness. Tm traithH tk tfmmeli. resfero rAo meUrltr of xta r afeefa jarf mtrltln mm )mn mm tmm crrea, Dr, Pttrcm'm Guldtn Mttlcal litmtmrmrr, it Im mm . tit re mrmlirn of Momnnf 'f mr Itm . , f In the strictest sense "Golden Medical Discevery" ia teasperence medi cine. It eeatains neither intoxicants nor narcotics, end in ao ire from alcohol as irons opium, eoesine and other dsageroas drags. : Au tagredieats printed its outside wranoer. Don't lot a dealer delude yon lor bis own orolt. There ie no medicinr ior stomach, liver and blood "just at good" a "Golden Medical Discovery.