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THE BEE OMMIA, SATURDAY, APlttL 19. lip
$1.50 Oriental Cream.JNBc Toilet Water. WM Toolli Lllas .lo I'Tmi. I'nste. f.Oc Q Qn 7Bc value. jj value Hti for ... Kfftrv,'flns So- Pondn Vanish- ilium Phosphate. In 'reainl-J 45.- value OQp 2or vulm, I II) Saturday at"JV I Great Paint Sale for Saturday Ork in's mixed paint, all colors, $1.50 value, nllou $1.25 BAKERY SPECIALSJor SATURJAY Inroad, home made, ."ic loaf, for..lOe Pure Silk HOSE at 25c WOMEN'S pure thread silk boot hoao, (till ecamlcBj, m mm wm m mm v j team puff. 30r rallies, dozen . . 'ii m ar.1 puff. :0i value, diueti IiouKhnuls, home tiiR'tp, dozen . . . 25c IGc 8o I'ocnu linrs. or lemon cookies. Ill 12c Hpllccd hoolR nnd, Smoky City wall paper cleaner. 3 fr U5o flood win's carpet cleaner at, can 35o velvet, a flat wall vnr iilxli. Kill.. $2 value 01.20 H pal., $1 value . . 63o Quart. 60c value 39c :i25c Rolls, homo mnde, O. all kinds, dozen OU Cakes. 3 layer, OCn Hpeelal fcuU i.tsio thread tops; special per par The Heart of Omaha Sixteenth and Harnoy. at Saturday Morning at 8 we Start the Most Sensational Sale of Women's ncy Dresses an owns Fai d G Ever announced in any Omaha paper so early in the season Women's fancy dresses and gowns that were made to retail at $23.00, $35, $45.00 and even $50.00, included in this sale Satur day, at choice for 1450 7SJEVER to our knowledge so early in tho season have such extraordinary values as these boon offered by this or any other Omaha store. It's the outcome of a very special purchase embracing the entire made up slock of .1. Goldberg, 6-8-10 East .T2d Street, New York City. They had been used as show pieces and having served this purpose were sacrificed to us at a figure that represents but a mere fraction of the cost of materials alone, to say nothing of the cost of labor. There's a Dress or Gown for Every Occasion "DEAUTIFUL new effects, only one or two of a kind, thereby insuring axclusiveness. Garments suitable for every occasion; afternoon, party, evening and street wear. Creations that represent tho season 's most favored and striking examples of the designer's art Many of them re productions of somo of tho most fetching imported models. The Season's Newer Styles and Materials W"E REALLY cannot more than begin to describo these beautiful and oxquisito conceptions. You must see them to fully realize what the offering means. Tho materials include such as Embroidered Net, Chanuouse, Silk Embroidered Linen, Whito Lingerie, Cropo do Ohine, Spangled Nets, Chiffon Ovorlaco, Cropo Meteors, Brocade Silks, ' Allovcrs, hand embroidered and laco effects. ' -"" "-"tai-EMS Women 's fan cy dresses and gowns that were made to retail at $50.00, $65, $75.00 and even $100.00, are included in this sale Saturday, at choice for. . . $50 PENITENTIARY FOR TRIO Bad Men Taken to State Institution to Serve Sentences. HELD UP MANY IN OMAHA "Were Active In the Spring Holding Up 1'eilCiitrlnnM it ml ConuiilttliiKj , "a '.Number of Hold ' IlnlilierleH, Jack ("Scarfaco") Connors, "Duddy" RlchardBon, alias Charles Illldcbrand, and Thomas Conrad, tho three nafeblowers irrcsted In Dos Moines March 19 for "Jobs" In Omaha, wero taken to tho pen itentiary at Lincoln this niornliiK to servo indeterminate sentences of from ono to ten years at hard labor, Imposed by Judge Sutton In district court. Tho trio pleaded guilty to charges of breaking and entering. They were taken B. TV rt nun xnr u at m w vvii from the county Jail, where they had been ronflned slnco they were brought to Omaha. Innocent 3lnn rtrlrnsed. T. C. Sims, who was Innocently Inveig led Into the dynamiting and holdup plots of the 'three young bandits, was also taken from tho Jail, but It was by his wife and child Instead of by deputy sher iffs. Mrs. Sims' son came to tho Jail with his mother, and-as sho talked up the stairs leading to tho outer corridor she paw her husband, for he was a "trusty" and was not confined In tho 'bull pen," "Come with me; you're free," she told him. "No, It must bo the trial," ho answored, doubting his good fortune, though his fuce was Joyful. "The county attorney has dismissed the case," said Mrs. Sims. "Oh, hurry!" Sims quickly changed his prison uni form for his own suit of clothes, declin ing to kiss his wife or son till ho had done so. Then there was a happy und sympathetic reunion. "I have been nearly crazy," said Sims. "My wife was not good health, and I have worried about her." Fiends Not Guilty. Sims pleaded not guilty before Judge Sutton and had been remanded to await trial. County Attorney Magney, how over, was convinced that he had done nothing Intentionally wrong and dis missed the charge of breaking and en tering which stood against him. Sims was held in Jail like the others on fail ure to secure tl.MX) ball Imposed In police court March 24. He has no employment now, his wife said, but will not do long In securing it. The other three men wero said by the police to have been responsible for hold ups which occurred nightly In this city In tho early part of March and also to have blown a safe In the north part of town. Arrested In Dps Moines. When they were arrested In East Des Moines they threw away a suitcase con taining dynamite, fuses, four revolvers, soap, nitroglycerin "soup" and two plepes of bologna bearing the tags oi Henry Schnauber'B meat market, at which placo a safe was blown and (200 stolen. -Tho money was afterward recov ered. "Duddy" Illchardson had a bullet wound In his left shoulder, which Indi cated that he was tho holdup shot at two weeks previously by Cyrus Bowman. All of the three were under 25 years of age. Two clues discovered by the Omaha police after tho Schnauber safeblowlng led to tho arrests. A large quantity of bologna was missing and a detective re ported that a 'local police character had sent a dog to Sims In Des Moines. Tho Des MolneB pollco wero notified and they succeeded In rounding up tho gang. Sims Mnde Confession. Sims told all ho knew after ho was brought back to Omaha. It was a caso of associating with bad company. Ho ald that the other three men, together with the wives of Hildebrand and Connors, roomed at his home a fow days prior to March 11. On the night of March 11 he looked Into Conrad's suitcase and dis covered several dynamite caps, fuses, cotton, soap and nitroglycerin. He did not mention his find to tho roomers. That night they left about 10 o'clock. Ho went to bed. At 5 o'clock the next morning ho was preparing to to go to work when Conrad came In nnd avo Sims $15 and asked htm to bring thn women to Des Moines, aa he had found good Jobs there. Sims said he overheard the trio talking In Des Moines about blowing the afe In a butcher shop In Omulia at Twenty fourth and Porker streets. Ho endod by telling of their arrest General Relief Fund Now $245,519 and ' Still More Coming Previously reported $233,816.91 Citizens of Cordova, Neb. and vicinity W.S0 German-American Alliance of Nebraska, through Val J. Peters, president 1,174. oO Through World-Herald llfl.flj Merchants' association, New York 8,(00.00 Headers Norfolk (Neb.) News... 271.57 Mrs. D. 15. McCarthy, former resident of Omaha, through.. Mrs. Hen Gallagher 100.00 Ilerthold Welnhagen, Vienna, Austria, through A. J. Kggcrss CO.OO Barrett Mfg. Co., Chicago through Georgo H. Kelly 100.00 Citizens of Newman Grove ($100 to KalHton), collected by Frank 1 Wledergren 211.5:5 W. H. Iluck, Gibbon. Neb., through George H. Kelly 10.00 Brunswlck-Halke-Collonder Co... 100.00 JCImbcrly-ClarHo Co., Neonah, Wis., through Carpenter Pa per Co 250.00 Carpenter Paper Co 500.00 Wholesale liquor aeaiera uiiuuku C. II. Liver Co Mrs. Dr. Heed, Peru, Neo., through T. P. Heiimonu Tenth .treet, 10 per cent 2. 50 Tho Mutual Club 50.00 P. n. DIckorman. Hrlstol. Vt 5.00 Corroll Commercial club, Car roll, Neb., additional 13.75 T. C HiishcII, Mayor Alexander City, Ala 8.00 Roynl Theater, J. H. Troch, proprietor, Watertown, S. D 13.2.1 T. L Combs & Co.. 153) Douglss.. 6.00 l' H. Graves, Mayor Plymouth, la 20.75 Albert Hanson Lumber Co., Oar den City, la 25.00 Miller Lumber Co., Appleton, "Wis. ' 5.00 Mansfield Hardwood Lumber Co., Bhroveport. I .a tl.00 Alexander fe Hnyur Lumber Co., Port Smith. Ark 5.00 W. (3. Strango Lumber Co., Tn'oW- . la 5.00 West field Plato Co., Thompson- vllle, Conn 10.00 Mrs. C. P Spencer, Chairman Hellef Committee, Iexlngtou, Nab C5.00 Dr. It. 13. Schlndel, Twentieth and N stroets, South Omaha.... 5.00 Total I12.7CC.0O WOMAN SUES SALOON MAN FOR DEATH OF HUSBAND Mrs. Theresa Ilnuth, In bohalf of her1 self and two babies, has sued John Samlio, as proprietor of a saloon at 1013 Vinton street, for $25,000 damages. She from injuries received when he was struck by a Burlington engine September 23, 1812, was duo to hli having become Intoxicated by drinking liquor sold tu him by tho defendant. According to the petition Hauth had been drinking Saturday night and Bun day morning and laid down cloan to tho rail of tho Burlington track In the south east part of tho city, wh,cre he woi struck by an enclno and fatally Injured. alleges that the death of her husband man. nulinc In Condition. Jean Dubuc Is back In the condition that enabled him to be the Tiger's most successful pitcher last year. Jsnnlngti predicts ii great season for tho French- Speed, Power and Reliability I Grand 00.00 5.00 Total t215.2t9.es The superiority of the Buick over othor motor cars is primarily due to its over head valve motor, which is guaranteed to produce more speed and more power than any other typo of motor ever built, whether of American or European manufacture. The difference in favor of the Buick is from fifteen to twenty per cent. We are pre pared to prove this claim by actual demonstration. By reason of the great reverse power possessed by the Buick, it does not labor or strain under the stress of hard roads and high hills. AVe challengo any competitor to produce the names and addresses of as many owners of cars who have run from 50,000 to 100,000 miles as we can. Buicks sell at from $950 to $1,600 EBRASKA-BUICK AUTO CO. Relief Committee Must Find Place for the Clothing A committee Is at work ondcavorlng to decide where to place the tons and tons of clothing given to the reller commiiieo , which will not be needed In tho tornado) relief work. The plan Is to give out the remaining clothing among the various j charitable Institutions In the city to be j used In their regular run of distribution , Beforo this is done a gTcat deal of the I clothing will be selected by the relief j committee to be kept at relief headquar- j ters to fill requisitions In tornado rcllcfi that may come In later In the summer ! Those working In tho clothing depart- j meat say that It Is difficult to placo im estimate on tho value of the second-hand j rlothlnir that is now In stock at the I Audlorlum, but most of It Is good, sen-i Iceable material and In the aggregate It ' represents clothing that once cost many 1 thousands of dollars. Although the com- j mitten has several times announced that It has all the clothing It needs some I boxes qf clothing are still coming In by j freight and express every day. ! Donations Made j Through The Bee j to the Relief Fund: Previously reported '17,t?!; 5 ' M Smith 10.01! M Oyama. Portland, Ore 10.09 I ' A Stranger -go, i Cash ! 1 Citizen of lluBhvllle, Neb M. 00 I II U'liritpman. I.eltfh. Nub 5 00 i 1 First National bank. Leigh, Neb.. 10.00 .Oakland Neb o ' Mrs. M C. Martin. Prosser. Neb.. 9 00 Wlnslde, Neb 20 00 Hotel Home news stand 15 90" Chapter A It P. K. O society. . Stromsburg. Neb 6 00 A S mpathizer. Ht. lidward, Neb.. 5.00 i . Citizens of Kssex. la . (additional) 2 tt i H William Becklow, St. Kdward, Neb : i A J'rlend, St Kdwaril, ien THE STORE OF THE TOWN No Sir! You haven't clothes enough if you don't own a Blue Serge Suit. Why? Well, because they are the only suits that can be worn on any occasion and most occasions and the serges we are show ing in this season's new models are beautifully tailored and in a manner that gives them a self retaining shape. Besides, the serge you buy here will be of fast color and stay Blue. Two and Three Garment Models. $15-$18-$20-$22?? and up to $35 Total 1.00 i 3.(0 .$17,75070 Lincoln A. I'.. Sidles, Gen. Mk. Oninliu Lee Huff, Mkt. Hloux City H. C. DoiiRlaH, MRr. .RALSTON RELIEF FUND IS STEADILY INCREASING Additional receipts for the Halston re j lief fund amounted to J2IM.23 yesterday The list up to date follows Previously acknowledged . $13,4'J0 77 Mrs. S. lUchards, Weed building, 5 per cent . 5 00 ateurs & Jclllson, 304 South Mothers Who Want Their boys well dressed should always have thoughts of Browning, King & Company. For the Little Fellows We have a most oxquisito showing of tub or wash suits that arc exclusive designs be cause they are made in our own factory for the particular consumption and distribu tion among our own stores. Price range in $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 and up to $10. For the Larger Boys up to 17 years are some creations in Norfolk and double breasted styles that have snap and jauntiness that so becomes the budding youth. . $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $8.50, $10 and up to $15. For the Young Men our own exclusive design of English and American models that can bo found, only at this store. They are the pick of tho cream of Broadway. The prices are exceptionally moderato whon you consider their stylo nnd quality. $12.00, $15.00, $18.00 and up to $25.00. They've certainly got cl Men's Hosiery Two pairs for tho price of ono. .Onyx, Silk Plaited Hobo that nlwayB sells at 35c a pair, will lio sold at this store FOH ONK DAY ONLV (Saturday) for li(c single pair or a for USc, hlx colors and all sizes. Iluy tho summer supply now. lass. We Should Worry- That underwear we have worn all winter or, what's loft of it, feels pretty miserable right now. We've just opened some soft, fresh, non-sticking gar ments, that are marvels ot lightness and comfort union or two-piece as you like; 81, R1.50, 2 and up to tho real quill (silk) at 87.50. Browning King (Si Co, George T. Wilson, Manager.