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TIIK BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, MAY 24. 1010.
ALLEN TALKS TO C. A;-R. Vory Special Bargains Tuesday B) a t 12 n TTTsTllT yjnMrjeF Visit Our New Bakery Goods Department in Basement Former Senator Addreien Veteran at tht Auditorium. . . Everything Imaginable in High Class Bakery Goods' SOLDIEHS TO GO . TO CHURCH THE RELIABLE STORK L d! Tot tWatlfal Hrrvlera will B Hel on the Mluoirl River Front Soldiers (IriTn Are to Be Decorated. 4 ., t , All srranuements have finally been com pleted for the formal observance of Decora tion or Memorial day by the general com mittees of the Grand Army of the Republic having charge of the affair. 'Several change will be made from pre vious yearn. The parade will be much shorter,' as will be the formal platform services at the Auditorium. Decoration of the graves by the Grand Army of the Re public will be held Haturday, May 28. at the several cemeteries, assisted by the Woman's lielief corps btcause It Is not thought that the flcwera will kefp until Monday. Tho ritualistic services, however, will be carried out Monday forenoon In tho ceineterlea by the Grand Army and the Woman's Relief corps. Memorial Sunday will be observed by the several posts and corps attending divine service at different churches In a bodyi The platform exercises will be held In the Auditorium, with ex-Henator W. V. Allen of Madison as the principal orator. There will be no ritual services at .the.Adltorlum aside from a short musical and literary program, with the roll call of the dead for the year. On Friday afternoon the vet erans , will address the several public schools. Hunday afternoon the naval reserve corps will launch a floral boat on the river, as sisted by the Woman's Relief corps. The Ladies of the Grand Army will carry out their usual program of decorating the graves of the dead at Forest Lawn ceme tery In the forenoon In acoord with their ritual, assisted by thirty young girls In white, Monday forenoon and will observe the custom of decorating the waters In the afternoon of Monday. ....... Program for Monday. The official program for. the-observance of Memorial day has just been Issued by the general committee and la as follows: The parade will form at 2:30 Monday on Capitol' avenue, the right resting on Six teenth street. Naval reserve. National Guard,' high school .cadets, , mall carriers and other seml-mllltary organizations will form on the south side of Capitol avenue west 'of Sixteenth, street and . the Grand Army of the Republlo and Spanish War Veterans ' will form on the north side of Capitol -avenue west of Sixteenth street. Carriages containing chairman of the gen eral committees and speakers, of the day and Invited guests will form on Capitol avenue west of Sixteenth street, facing 'seventeenth street. The Woman's Relief dorps; the Ladles of the Grand Army 'of the Republlo and the Spanish-American War Women's auxiliary societies will form on .Howard street, facing Fifteenth street, The parade will move at 3 p. m. sharp. Lin of march will be from Sixteenth nd Capitol avenue south of Douglas, east to Fifteenth and south, to the Auditorium. The order of the parade will be: Platoon of Police. . Elijah Dunn, Marshal of the Day. Jonathan Edwards, Chief Aide. Sixteenth United States Infanry Band. FIRST DIVISION. Charles W. Allen, Assistant Marshal. Naval Reserves. National Guards. ' SECOND DIVISION. I Jonathan Edwards, Assistant Marshal, i High School Cadet Band. 1 High School Cadets. Mall Carriers and Other Semt-MIlltary . .Tli-v animations. Grand Army of the Republlo and Other Civil War Veterans. THIRD DIVISION. Perry Miller, Assistant Marshal. , Band. Spanish War Veterans. Miscellaneous Organisations. Carriages. Decora t to of tfc Waters. Immediately at the close of the exercises at the Auditorium, at 5 o'clock the beautl fui rantmonv of the Decoration of the Waters in. memory of the American soldier and sailor dead, of all wars burled and lost at sea, will be observed with appro- nrlata ceremonies, under the auspices of the Ladles of tha Grand Army. of the Re publlct at the Douglas street bridge. The ritual ceremony will be carried out on the river bank at the bridge, and at a given' signal thirty young girls dressed In white will drop wreaths of flowers from the bridge onto the bosom of the river. ' First lieutenant Otho B. Michaells of the Sixteenth United States Infantry will be the orator. In view of the scarcity of flowers for Decoration day purposes, the Ladles of the Grand Army have telegraphed to Texas for a suitable quantity of , flowers, including JassanTThea. This organization will also observe Its ritual ceremony In decorating the graves of the soldier dead in the several ceme teries tha morning of Decoration day.4 The special ceremony will be carried out at the Soldiers' circle In Forest Lawn cemetery at 10 a. m. Monday. Several posts of the Grand Army of the Retmblio with their auxiliary Women's Relief corps will attend services in a body the rooming of Memorial Sunday, as fol lows: ' -Grant post and corps. All Saints' church, Twenty-sixth street and Dewey avenue. Custer post and corps, Lowe avenue Pres byterian church, Fortieth and Nichol streets. Crook post and corps. Hillside Congrega tional church, Thirtieth and Ohio streets. ores :r CMS AH A Great Annual J f? 0 TV K wmm . I . ... . ajta A Sale of PICTVHR FItAMKS Is Scheduled for Next Saturday. IHg llargaina. On Sale tlie Entire Week Diamond Jewelry i ....... 630 Pieces Mounted Diamonds 1 " " ' From the Bankrupt stock of the ' 1 ILLINOIS JEWELRY COMPANY AT, HALF PRICE No Item in merchandising has ltg value so thoroughly established as diamonds. . They never grow out of style or deteroriate In value. Instead the tendency is constantly upward, hence the purchase prloo can nearly, always be realized. . Here's a plain money making propo sition for you- We quote prices on diamonds at half their real worth. BEGINS NEXT Sat May We have been preparing for this grand annual event for many months and the bargains will be extraordinary I' ll you can possibly: make a special trip to Omaha for this event, you should do so because you can save a great deal by buying your entire season's supply of undermuslins at these 'great i bargain prices. ' ; - ' A- great gift buying occasion .showing nearly all different In teenth street window display. surely 630 pieces In the design. See the big Slx- Dlumnnd Brooches Some large . pearl sunbursts, worth $20.00 to MO.00. for $11.50 DJumonri Stick Pins (50 pieces) worth $10.00, for $4.98 Diamond Solitaire Rings (15 pes.) worth $25.00, at... $13.75 Diamond Solitaire Kings Worth $18.00, for .v. $9.50 Diamond Stick Pins Worth from $8.00 to $100.00, at half for $4.00 to $50.00 Large Diamond Crescent With 20 diamonds, worth $230.00, $115.00 Diamond Lockets (64 pieces) Solid gold, set with perfect cut stones weighing to 1 kt.; all at HALF PRICK. Large Diamond Brooch Worth $300.00, for $149.00 Diamond Sunbursts Some with pearl clusters; $18.00 values for $9.00 Diamond Studs Worth $15.00 for $8.50 Diamond Cuff Links Worth from $10.00 to $20.00 1 vv A WISL A J' ' t Hnl4r I life i Four Delightful Garment Bargains at $5.00 and $10.00 The Jewelry Sale Continues All Week. Brandeis DON'T GO For vacation without having your watch put In order or carrying one of our new ones. We have a tilM line to select from. Spend a few minutes store. Look for the name. S. W. LINDSAY. Jeweler 1610 Douglas Street. very Jf X BRUCIER HEADS THE COUNCIL Councilman from Filth Ward Elected on First Ballot. DAVIS IS VICE PRESIDENT Election Will Make, Brucker Actios Msrsr . Dorls( the "Absence of Mayor Dahtman from the Cltr. Army Notes- or- Company D, signal corps, has been dered from Fort Omaha about June 17 to Nashville, Tenn to attend a military tournament to be heid on grounds. Upon completion tho company will proceed to Chlokamauga Park, Oa., to participate In duties of tha ramp ' of Instruction to be established there. Vpon the breaking up of that camp tho company will return to Fort Omaha. In view of the near departure of the Seventh 'cavalry for- the . Willlppinea. IK mea of that command whose terms of service will expire within the next six months have been -transferred to the Sixth cavalry at For Des Moines. President of council, Goodley Brucker, councilman Fifth ward, democrat. Vice president, Charles M. Davis, Twelfth ward, republican. This was the outcome of the voting at the meeting of the city council for reorganiza tion at 1 o'clock this afternoon. But one ballot was taken in the election of each man. No other names were presented.' For the first year of the council Just ended. Councilman Burmeetef, republican, has been president and thus acting mayor when Mayor Dahlman is out of the city. The agreement between the six republicans nd three democratic councllmen Brucker, Johnson and Sheldon last year was that one of the three latter should be made president this year and a republican next the state fair ear' "rutK" wa" we-man picked ty the of that duty combination. Brucker was nominated by Johnson and received nine votes. Councilman McOovern received two votes, cast by Bridges and Funkhouser. Davis received nine votes likewise, on the first ballot, the two negative .votes being cast by Funkhouser and McOovern. Previous to the voting Funkhouser nom inated Bridges, who withdrew; Bridges nominated Funkhouser, who withdrew; Mo- Govern nominated Burmester, who wlth- n Our New York Office Sends Us lOO New Xoilered Suits To Sell of 315. OO That means that, every one was considered the best kind of big value. They measured up as the week's most interesting development in New York garment circles. We 'fire not overstating facts when we say they are $25.00 and $30.00 suits, and fashioned after the most ap proved spring styles. At the same time we are going to show some long fp. 4 coats at the same figure blue serges and tan ' Doneee'silk full leneth mats. Thesp. too. are I J25.00 values. Choice of suits or coats Tues day, at s .' 3 $25 TAILOR SUITS, $10 A swell line of new spring suits, in diag onals, serges, panaiuas and fancy suit; , iugs, not a suit worth loss than ,$15.00 s."'!":oifp:;.;;:...Sio.oo Beautiful Silk and Net Dresses Values up to $35.00,, foulards, mcssa lines, nets etc., all colors, including u beautiful line of evening i J1Q Qfl shades matchless at .... .'. . .0 l3iwU Dress Skirts, Worth to $7.50 Fine pana mas, iirgrey, navy, brown and black, nl'r newest styles on sale at : $7.50 SILK KIMONOS, $3.95 Beaut i ful designs, made extra full, a groat snap, in Tuesday's sale, . (jjj $2,45 SEE OUR MATCHLESS DISPLAY OF EXQUISITE WHITE DRESSES AND GOWNS. -Silk Sale- Foulards and Rough Pongees in all the rich new shades of brown, helio, navy, res eda, French blue) tans, etc.; choice selections and big bargains at;3J)C and 59c -Embroidery Sale- Loom end strips of embroid eries that would sell regu larly at 20c; 5 nnd (J yards in a. strip; immense assort ment of beautiful new pat terns; on sale Tuesday, at, yard , . 10c Extra Specials Tuesday in Our Famous Domestic Room . Vmm !2:00 to 2:30 U. m. : Black and White Checked DRESS GOODS In the face of the great popularity of black and white checks we" are able to offer them at sharply cut prices. The goods are 62 inches wide and come In various size checks; for dresses and coats.! . . LINEN, SUITINGS AT HALF REGULAR Go through the entire wash goods line select any linen suiting in colors you prefer. There are half a dozen different weights and textures. The price will be Just halfi f t( it X Put Up Your Pineapples Now The best canning pineapples we can secure are here now. day we, offer. 100 crates of fine large Florida Pine apples, packed 42 to a crate, worth, regularly from 3.50 to $4.00, special Tues- $2.85 Qsvvnv From 8:30 to 9:00 a.' m Fine Bleaced Muslin, yard wide, Thls lar nrice 10c yard. 10 ' yards litnit, at, yard 47s From 9:00 to 0:30 a. m. Maco Sheets, 72x90, regular price 69c, 6 sheets limit, at. eacti .... live From 10:00 to 10:80 a. in. 42x36 Pillow Slips, No. 4777, regular 16c quality, 6 cases to customer, at, each 10 From 2:00 to 2:30 p. m. 10c percales, 32 inches wide, fine styles, fast colors, 10 yards limit, at, yard ' 5? From S.OO to 8:30 p. in. 12 c Union Linen Huck Towels, very 1 large and very heavy; mill No. 4784, 6 pairs to a customer, at, each From 4:00 to 40 p. m. Genuine -Indigo Blue, full standard prints, regular price 6c, 10 yards limit, at, yard 2?4i The First Car of Pineapples For This Season ' All small fruits .were destroyed by the frost. We advise our customers to put Up pineapples for the next winter supplies. ' This car will be put on sale Tuesday, and the opening sale prices will ,tie aa follows: . Each 5s 7 10 "d 12 W. Per dozen, 60. 85. 05. 31.10- $1.35- We advise you .to buy early, as the shorj crop of other fruits will have a tendency to force pineapple prices jp. . .Monday's prices on all groceries, butter, cheese, crackers, fresh vege tables and fruits. nil! li;;Hil!!sV!!BM!l!II 66 pp drew; Bridges nominated McQovern, who forgot to withdraw, being busy smoking. City Clerk Butler, presiding while the or ganlsatlon waa made, named Funkhouser and McGovern to escort the new president to the chair. President Brucker made a brief speech of thanks and then Council man Davis, jnho' la absent on his honey moon, was made president pro tern. President Brucker at once becomes acting mayor, as Mayor Dahlman leaves this even Ing for a visit of a few days in tha west ern part of the state. BETTER MAIL SERVICE FOR SUBURBAN DWELLERS Tingle Is Straightened Oat bjr Pat tin; Dlspatrd District Into Omr.ha. After considerable correspondence and much tribulation, Postmaster Thomas has finally loosened the Gordtan knot In the matter of the distribution and collection ot malls in that territory lying between the western limits of Omaha and Bens6n. The route comprises a big area of territory sparsely populated, and has been served heretofore from Benson by Benson rural route No. s. . An . order has .just been received from the Postoffloe department directing the transfer of tha route rrom Benson No. t to route No, .2, . Omaha, to be operated from Station 1 at Fortieth and Cuming streets, Omaha. The carrier will leave Sta tion D at :30 a. m. and will return with collections at 3 p. m. Benno A. Nickels, now serving this route, will be transferred with the route to Omaha. Tha total mile age of the route Is eighteen and one-half miles. Borne of the patrons live within the city limits of Omaha, but most of them live outside the corporate limits. Persistent advertising In The Omaha Bee Is the road to Big Returns. Captain R. Boyd Miller of the -medical reserv corps, united tstatea army, waa a visitor at army headquarters Monday,' Leave of absence for two month and twenty-one day b,as been granted Captain R. I. Liogan Pf the Eleventh Infantry, Fort isell. W p. A. Russell ryo. Iea . of ' absence . for one month has been granted Second Lieutenant Wadi worth, Jr., of tha Fifteenth cavalry. Fort Rllejr. army by purchase hare been granted Cor- poraf James L. Rogers 'of Company L. Third battalion of engineers; privates Daniel Hood of Battery F, Sixth field ar tlllefy.-and Clayton HUllgo of Troop C, Gas Service Restaurant Service: Customers "want what they want when they want it" and they go where they can get it. Promptness is the keynote of successful restaurant service.; Our experts will give prompt attention to any demand you care to make upon their time, experience and training. If you are not satisfied for any reason or want in creased capacity, send for one of them and he will tell you wliat can be done, and, if you desire it, will person ally see that it is done right. Omaha. Gas Company NotA Hilk Trust The Original and Gtnulnt 5! OH LICK'S HALTED r.HLK Thi Fod Drink for All Ages. For Infanta, In valid ,and Growing children. PureNiMTin'on.upbuilding the whole body. Invigorate the nursing mother and the aged. ticn milk, malted grain, in powder form. A quick laach prepared in a minute. Take bo substitute. Ak for HORLICK'S. jOthera are imitations. DrexeVs Men's$3o Specials oorinr FORGET TRY MlMl'S FIRST IT PAYO Facing Farnam Street on the ground floor The best location in Omaha for many lines of business is opposite the Court House and next to the City Hall. It is very seldom that it is possible for you to get one cf the ground floor rooms in 1 : . , s THE BEE BUILDING The entrance la Just west of the main entrance ot the building; it has an entrance from the court as well. The building furnishes heat, light, water and janitor service. 1 The building is fire-proof and there is a large brick vault, so you can cut out your Insurance expense. The room will be remodeled and redecorated to suit the tenant. The space can be arranged to give tenant 1,850 square feet It desired. If this is the best location for you, now is the time to grasp the opportunity, and apply at' otice. Apply to R. W. BAKER, Supt., Bee Business Office.' A LINIMENT. FOR EXTERNAL , USE. One of the most valuable qualities of Mother's Friend Is that It safe-guards the future, health of the mother. It Is a liniment to be applied externally to the body, the use of which lubricates the muscles and tendons, softens the glands and ducts, prevents lumps forming in the brearts, and relieves the pain, nervousness, nausea, and other troubles from whlch'so many expectant mothers suffer. When Mother'" Friend if Honorable diechargea from the regular used regularly It fits and prepares the system for an easy and natural consumma tion of .the term.' Women who massage wiw juus great iinuneni i "., -' much suffering when baby comes, and recover more quickly,, and without iu esects. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our free book containing valua ble Information for expectant motfcers. Hotel Rome European IN THE HEART OF THINGS Cof. 16th and Jackson Sts. Two blocks from leading department stores and all theaters. ROME MILLER. (??TK, Roliablo ; ( Dentistry f iP'TaffsDertaJ Rooms $3.50 may sound cheap in these days of high prices, but this la not a cheap shoe except as to price only. .Many. $3. SO shoes are not worth any where near that, price. You do not know it till you've worn them a week or less; it's too late. Men take no such chances on a Drexel $3.50 special; We see to it that every pair has MORE than $3.50 in value In them. We guarantee this or give you your money back. Patent colt, velour and box calf and vici kid in all the new lasts.' . Drexel Shoe Co. ' , 1419 Farnam St Get off at Omaha Sixth Arjnual Convention July 16, IV and Associated Ad Clubs Meet with America's business creators WRITE OMAHA AD CLUB FOR PROGRAM isVCsJsPBllTPsJ "If ever you try it, Forever you'll buy it" i 1 ) a i J 8 Seventh cavalry. v ' v THE BKADFJELD CO., ATLANTA, OA, i V is