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THE BKK: OMAHA, KATIK1WY. APKll, in. UU.t.
JOHN A.SWAXSOX, President WWI. I j. IIOLMAX, Our Spring Merchandise Our preparations denote thought of fashion and elegance as well as the needs of the economical. Whether the purchase be of the rich or the moderate the same dignity, quality, character and thoroughness is found always in our merchandise. rea surer Greatest Sale of Waists Women's Tailored Suits Soino fortunate purchases enable us to offer two lots of exceptional val ues. Now nobby man tailored suits, in plain fabrics and many of the pop ular checks, usual price up to $,27..r)0, Saturday 15.00 Handsome coat and skirt costumes in the season's lending materials, show ing character and style. I'sual price up to $45.00, Saturday . . . .27.50 Children's and Junior Section Special offering of Coats, pnietienl, staple spring garments. Popularity of wash dresses make these in great demand. Usual price up to $'20.(.O, Saturday 9.90 Dresses of of chiffon, challie, linger ie and linen opportune-sales. Most ly junior sizes, some children's. Sale at 10 A. M. Usual price up to $1.).0!), Saturday, each 5.00 Drapery Section Curtains and hangings in great artis tic variety for your selection, togeth er with intelligent and experienced advice and service. Woven pattern nets are the thing for curtains. A large assortment of $1.00 and $1 values, Saturday, yard 79( Printed Burlap and Cretonne, sold at 18c and 20c, Saturday, yard . ...5c There has been a drop in the price of FLAXON Neat printed figures Good stores have retailed them at 15c, some even at 19c now on sale 40 yard Lingerie A sale of exceptionally fine Princess Slips, quite a variety iul not many of a kind. Sold up to $5.00, Satur day 2.49 Redfern Corsets New Models. Low busted, soft materials, graceful lines, priced $3.50 to Geisha Waist Company, New York, High Class, Hand Embroidered Beautiful Sample Spring "Waists SATURDAY, the Greater Nebraska will place on sale the most wonderful values in fine waists ever known in Omaha. A fortunate purchase of the celebrated Geisha waists at less than 50c on the dollar. Geisha waists are known from coast to coast, and seldom indeed are those waists ever sold for less than full regular prices. Great majority of the waists in this sale are hand embroidered. Made of finest materials and laces. Perfect waists in every detail. The most advanced styles of the season. Snturday, Geisha waists at less than manufacturing cost. The waist event of the season. ENTIRE PURCHASE OF GEISHA WAISTS IN FOUR GREAT LOTS: Th ilpaf rick & Co. WOaeasaX KSKP SiiBBKm FANNING DISCARDS RED TIE Finds' that Camels Hate Them as . Sadly as American Bulls. RETURNS FROM HONEYMOON Henrs Ncun f (dunlin Tornado In I'nrlm Snj Woollen Mock l'nvrmnidi l'el Kxten lvHy In Krnnoc. Colonel and Mrs. Charles K. Fanning nro buck to Omaha -"best city In the FRENCH LINE Cornpagnis Generate Transallantiquo The 6J Day Route NEW YORK HAVRE PARIS Direct Routo to Continent New, larce, fast, turbine, quadruple and twin screw mall stoamors Prom Now York, Thursdaya La Tourilne Apr. 3, May 1. U Lorraine- Apr 10, May 3. Mir 29. lair 10. France (Newl Apr. 17, May 15. June 5. Juv 26. ! totaling JW.000, urioveuce- Apr. . May june iv. ;U.y J. , ft ltre;niumg, now. larroiquaaruuioBna iwinicrvn. one class (II), cabin ateamara. Sup- world" after three months' trip through the far enst. j While In Egypt Colonel Fanning was taught tho.gentte art of camel riding by it descendant of lhi Phuroahs. On a hot. dusty day he was visiting at the pyramids, engaged In a scientific search Tor the specific for making the artificial stone out of which the pyramids nro built hoping to npply it to the business of street paving. So engrossed did the colonel become In this search that he stuinblf.d Inad vertently against the fortified side of Hameses X, the camel which had been usslgned to ,hlm as a beast of burden and for transportation purposes. Hum eses lifted his padded hind foot and kicked. The kick hit the colonel on the shins and the Omaban at once proceeded to lambast the Ramesalde dynasty and all Kto'Pt In choice American. "It was the necktie, boss," said Hie dusky guide in good English. "Camels hate red ties." Tho eolonel said he couldn't see the I point, nevertheless he hurriedly yanked ! off tho red necktie and thenceforth wore i a green one while he was In Bgypl. I At Shepherd's hotel. Cairo, Colonel Fanning saw J. P'enont Morgan, who I sat on tho porch of the hotel and smoked I big, black cigars In apparently keen en jjoymcnt. He said the masnate did not i appear to be very 111 arid apparently en- Joyed Egypt even more tnan umei tourists. Colonel Fanning spent some time In Fiance. Italy and England. In France " , ho observed that the city's streets were i ti,.v..,l with creosoted wood blocK, nom- - I ng else being used about tho hotels and honeymoon i National Rank Examiner Dean, In charge of the Institution. Stop Court to Have Juror Vaccinated A smallpox scare In Judge Leslie's dis trict court residted In work being sus pended while Henry I'aeper. Juror, was tnken In charge by police officers, who fumigated his clothes, had him vaccinated and returned him to the court. I'aeper had been stnylng .it the home of u friend on Sherman avenue durlnx his service as Juror His home Is near LOT 1 WAISTS Worth up to $2.50, Saturday at LOT 2 WAISTS Worth up to $3.50, Saturday at $ J90 LOT 3 WAISTS Worth up to $5.50, Saturday at $20 LOT 4 WAISTS Worth up to $10 and $15 Saturday at $500 On Sale Third Floor Women's Section Sale Starts Saturday Promptly at 8:00 O'clock a. m. rD-f) m.o n JOHN A.SWANSON.prcs WM.L.HOLZMAN.thcas On Sale Third Floor Women's Section CORRECT APPAREL FOR MEN AND WOMEN Henson. The house where ho was staying has been quarantined and officers Inter rupted court proceedings to secure him. I'aeper Is again serving on the Jury. Neither tho Judge, the other Jurors nor the court officials are afraid of smallpox 3.000 FOR CHARITY LAST CALL FOR APRIL UNIUtNIINtU MAN Ultb, j was found unconscious! The Ladies Home Journal $1.50 Earns SOc Tor Charity. Earns EOo lor Charity. The Country Gentleman $1.50 COUNTS DOUBLE, $1.00 FOR CHARITY The Saturday Evening Post $1.50 An unidentified man who was found unconscious near Sixteenth and Cuming Btrects died yevterday morning at Ht. Joseph's hospital. The body una taken In charge by Coroner Crosby and an Iti(iue3t probably will bo held. Key to the Situation Uee Advertising. Ms Itifidde fur iiiud Poison i 945 subscriptions earns ?3,000 for tho INVALID'S I'KNHION ASSOCIATION, which will insure MY HUM'' ami n HCOKK of other sufforors an income of f 1 0 or loss a month ouch, thero holng no oxponso for wilar lea, fuol or rent. 5,045 BtibBcrlptloiiH written, 955 yet to write. Wutch tho peraonuls for progress. I Cannot Get Theim MyseBf, 3 145 Subscriptions ARE RECEIVED BEFORE APRIL 30th A dozen invalids mentioned below will receive their first pension check May 10, and hope the last 800 sub scriptions will follow. Make it two years if you can. Because, otherwise rlor aervica. Popular prices, From New York, Saturdays Rocbimbcau Apr. f Mir I. Mir 31. July 5. Chlcatcr Arr U Miy 10, June 28. Auj. 2. Nucirc Apt. 26. Mir 24, June 21, CANADIAN SERVICE Quebec - Havre Pari Ono Class (II) Cabin Stoamors Fatten ateameta la Canadian irantatUntlc tenia. I Loavo Queboo U Tourilne Mir 2. June 21. Nlarn- Julr 19. Aug. 16. Ill residence district, wnere wmu. offensive. I First news of the Omaha tornado was ! received In Paris through the I'ails edi tion of the New York Hernld, which car i rled a column and a half story defcrlb (lng the storm and mapping the route It followed. j MOTHER OF GEO. DUNCAN TO RECEIVE $24,000 INSUnANUt George Duncan of The flee, who was killed In the tornado, left Insurance pol cles to his mother and sister. Odyssa. on wnicn deducting benefits re- celved on accident policies. 0.11 ..... carried $12,600 accident nnd $7,000 life In- j surance. and his mother will receive, j under one policy. $70 a month as long as she lives, and In the event she does not live for twenty years this sum monthly j goes to his. flster. One of the Insurance j companies, wrlitlng of Duncan's foe l giBht In providing for his sister and mother, said: "The total of George"s In ' surance estate will amount to not leys Results Now Being Accom-;-rHE S3 OOO IS LOST pissiieo m a naroai tmm mm V the Swift Laboratory in Atlanta. I than approximately $21,000, certainly a I m, ..it,..A en Vw. tltnllLTlitflllllOHM (if ttlf m SHORTEST ROUTE 10 CI Mil III Otl rii u n :jiiki j ik... hoc. VYirv . . . . teirruh. uhmariue beU ilfuli uA mn i son. dying at 28. and who came to Omaha modern ultt ipplUnce. tt j6 practically without a dollar In the Maurice W. Koimlnakl Oen. "Want. I word." ern Art.. 130 II. Dearborn St., I Chicago, or any local Agent. I nr,.mll,eiidrl fur u fi.iod Iteaxni. C. H. Grant, 230 Waverly St.. Peoria, I III., Kays: "nackache and congested Uld- neys made me suffer Intense pains. Was always tired and floating specks bothered l me. Took Foley Kidney Pills and saw i big Improvement after third day. I kept ' on until entirely freed of all trouble and 1 suffering. That's why I, recommend ; Foley Kidney Pills. They cured me.-' ' For sale by all dealers everywhere. Ad- vertltement. -r The man of thm Kt. Lawrence mute, iratla t tnr Ufflce or Agency, ! on laumuai Hug; In diaUincea. Tho deacriptlT Booklet nd ttato SheeU ilkewlaa rralU. are an intrreatlni etadj In eompara tire valaea. Tat White SlrDeJaiea Caaidiao Sarrke la a aerric el bit TaJata STEAMERS SAIL EVKHY TLBSUAV, Inclodlnc The Larnest Camadlsra Liners ARC TTTR VKAnKST AOKN tor PARTirt-iApK Only 12 Days Left, Please Get Them In YOUR RENEWALS COUNT. WON'T YOU HELP? her agod husband, who being necessarily absent during tho day. does their housekeeping night und morning. Shu nsks 3 Imaglno the situation of W H M.MiiIiim of Derby, Iowa Hack broken two yearn ago. puraly dn from waist down, no power of retention, terrible wounds. Think of the heroism it Mrs. McMulns, who In addition to tho tremendous bur den implied by the earo of her husband and small children. ; night ami morning, irecessainy uum an niuiuuhi j the laask 1m beyond u woman'H Htrength. with their own nomu anu iu u iiiuiiiu mu wuiu Win Hurrah, a victim uf our frequent mlno dtanHlers. Picked up twelve year ago, terribly crushed, spine broken. All these years he. has lain with body llfolesH from hips down. Destitute, with his wife and small rhlldrou but for an occasional notice by "Uncle Clinrhiy In "Comfort" they could scarcely have survived. In addition to her other duties, Mrs. Hurrah iook cimrge oi u garden, their main support, until two years ago, she hih umbed $10 a month would enable this man to Hpend hlH laxt days with his children In IiIh own home, which Is his , only wish. I How many know the story of C. H. Crowe, thu wleel ihnlr printer of HI. Paul. Neb? Illness In childhood left hi n l totally diar, and without any use of his limbs. Lan only atand with the aid of crutches. ICducaled himself, learned I printing, for years ho published a little paper. Of necessity lie cookH and sleeps In his shop. $10 a month will enable this man lo pay tho mortgoge on his machinery, else he will be (lepriveil or his oniy means ui huim.uh In hor letter, last June, our secretary spoke of a woman i slowly dying from dropsy, who necessarily supported her ! family of young children on $20 a month, tho wages of the I i,nu Tim motliiir Iihh since died, leaving these five 1 Hank fif Nom'lcli Iiisulvrnt. , WASHINGTON. April 18. The First , National bank of Norwich, Conn., which closed Its doors a few days ago, Is In- The ancient and destructive treatment 10 lone In use for blood poison Is now baiilshod forever. No longer will mer cury, iodides and arsenic destroy human kind. Tho great Swift Laboratory at At lanta Is making a powerful herbal extract that Is unquestionably one of the greatest medical discoveries of all times. This wonderful preparation Is now on salo In nearly every drug store throughout the country under tho name of B. 8. S. Its action is marvelous. Soma of (he effects cf blood poison cured are mucous patches In the mouth, ulcers on the tongue. Hps, In the nose and throat; copper colored splotches, eczema, articular rheumatism, scrofulous sores and ulcers, and every de gree and stage of blood poison. The fame of B. S. B. has become almost Jt hi riven rfe t "ilth ro pn'ot'l effect, to those who years ago had given up all hope. It han been a revelation to hun dreds of physicians wiio enthusiastically wclcomo the remedy that can banish mer. cury and other poisons. Thore are thousands of peoplo who would like to know noro about the won ders of S. 8. 8.. and a handy llttlo book with colored plates showing the strange facts about skin and blood diseases will bo mailed free upon request to Medical i Department, Tho Swift Bpeclfio Co., 12" Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. In the mean, time get a $1.00 bottle of this remarkable ' remedy from your druggist and thus be assured of complete and permanent re- j covery from any skin or blood disorder, j Be sure to ask for 8. 8. S. Do not b misled Into buying blood tonlca that bay children (3 girls) to govern their own home, with sca'it help or guidance. $6 a month Is recommended, but If the oldest boy could bo awakened to a pride of his responsibility. $10 wouiil lie auvipame Mrs Dahlgren Is another t Miss Camenzlnd's wards. For half a lifetime, this aged womun, now greatly enfeebled, has labored to provide shelter for her blind mother and deformed and legless son $5 or $10 a month would bo mercy Incalculable In a mountain valloy lies Mm. Il"l' Kox, urfed C7. terri bly crippled with rheumatism, bed-ridden and nearly blind She seldom sees n woman Her earo depends wholly up m a month. Mrs. AlqulHt, city missionary, reccommends aid- for Mrs. Denslow. aged 81. J-'or nearly 4 ypara Mrs. A. haaipatd Tor a room for this lone woman, whose only rellhnco Is a.iuqnthly credit of $r for groceries. Mrs. A. says an udiiltlotml j would Insure frugal comfort. Mrs. Solum Johnson, n woman in years, with, a chilli's body. Strange as It seems, this girl must support herself nnd mother, nged 89. Illness In Infancy .deprived her of growth nnd tho use of hor limbs. Her mother lifts-her Into her chair, where she spends the day making urtlttcjal flow ers; occasionally, weather permitting, she Hells 'trifles liv her wheel chair on the street. Mrs. A. says Solum must liavo $10 a month. This provides for an expenditure of $60 a immth. Space forbids cess will JltiG iM- ii mont mt among them all NONI3 permit a distribution of over the entlro list. nro In greater peril than myself, because NONw are frlppd ii'Hf. svAreju iiii.uu merely uKeu. nil uuve muuiu wno" liusbniul to lean on, or thoy could NOT havo survived I AM UTTKIU.Y AI.ON1C. Imagine my difficulty, without functional contrpl, wltft Incurable wounds, tumble oven to lt erect, to be compelled to advertli-o for a woman to keep houso and take uiro jt mo for $D a week the truth Is. dependent wholly cu strangers. I NKVKH know the hour when 1. J01U' be t)l SICKTKD It Is an UTTER ABSURDITY to suppose a paralyt 3 could make a livelihood under mall order conditions, GRAVITY PROHIBITS- But If the publlo eould q i-i-catad to give me their order to earn 33000 a year, for TE33 INVALIDS' PESION ASSOCIATION, I would be,oertalVi of a profit of seven or Eight Hundred, a year, neciivary to support, nurse and treatment. Otherwise Z will be left without either nurse or help within a year. ., Now, I must have US subscriptions by April 30th. Ull iim. mail thaaa mnirazlnea. Thousands uurcliase the Qlt- I urday Evening Post on newa stands who could save- $"i.lO a year. I wrote 1.30O last April, surely 145 will place their renewal at once to save imi j,wv ph PHONE DOUQZ.AS 7163, Always address GORDON, THE MAGAZINE MAN OMAHA, NEBRASKA Concentrate your advertising in The Bee There is a Bee in almost every home.