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THE OVAHA STNDAY BEE: .TTNE 29, 1913.
s Beginning Tuesday, July 1, Stores Will Close at 5 p. m. Daily till Sept. 1 Sat urdays, 9 p. m. BATHING suns Mohairs, Wool Knit and Silks, Pretty Design, $2.98, $3.98, $5 $7.50 and up to $15 Art Needlework 3d Floor Drugs and Toilet Goods fVicrtt, BOp oUe box for Sloan's Liniment, SOp size Rtltlman- Freckle Oram. SOp size.. 29o 29c 29c Peroxide Cold 29o E 5c 29c Children's Stamped Boinpers, ready-made, hut to be embroidered at neck, 86c values, at.. tttamped Iilnen Dresser Scarfs for punoh or eyelet embroidery, 18x54 size, at, each.... Stamped and Tinted Scfa Pillows, In floral and conventional designs, 35c and EOc values, Stamped Corset Covers, neat floral and con ventional designs on fine nainsook, at 10c 39c 19c lOo Cream, 60c slio.. Menthollno, 25c Mze for , . . 20-Mule Team Borax, B-tb. pkg. Hospital Absorbent Cotton. 1-lb. package 19o Pond's Vanishing Cre-tin, ito size loo CVmplete stock of Roots. Herbs. Spices and Flavor ing Extracts at cut prices On Main Floor. These Special Values in Mid-Summer Goods Will Command Your Interest ' 1 - Muslin Underwear New arrivals of women's combination undergar ments, nightgowns and skirts very prettily made and rieatly t r i'mmed -Wi'.b ll.26 regulnrly. at. . 68c la Muslin Tfndsrwear at $1.39 ,Pretty new gowns, princess slips, combination milts. petticoats, corset covers and drawers, made of excellent ma terials- $00 values at $39 r New Lots of 45-in. Embroidered Voile Skirtings Worth up to $1.00 at 59c Yard Thousands- of yards nowly arrived. Full 45-lnch embroidered voiles, with heavy embroldery In dainty designs; also 27-Inch and 45-lnch Swiss all over embroideries and 27-lnch fine Swiss embroid ered flounclngs. Actually worth m high m $1 a yard, on bargain square, on mala floor, at, yard. . $i Batiste Skirtings at 29c Yard Worth up to $1.75 at 98c Yard Exquisite French embroidered voile skirtings, some with wide Venlse laco Insertion, In white and ecru; also some heavily embroidered voile skirtings In the rich Balkan colors, together with some very fine quality sheer batiste skirtings. Actunlly worth np to $1.75 a yard, at, yard.-. . . . 9 1 45-lnch Batiste Skirtings of excellent quality; also dainty French batloto waist frontlngs, In In fine baby Irish effecU; Actually OA worth ?1 a yard, at, yard U 20o Embroideries at 80 Yard Fine cambric and nainsook embroidered edges, bands and Insertions up to 12 inches wide; also 18-lnch ruffled flounclngs OJL with laco Insertions and edges at, yard3 C 75c Shadow Laces at 39c Yard Shadow lace flounclngs and allovers, in white and ecru, cluny allovers, Venlse, Irish crochet, ratine, macrame, Oriental and real linen hand made lace bands and edges, at, yard . ."v 39c Knit Underwear Women's fine lisle union suits, cuff and umbrella knee styles, beading or French band tops, regular and extra slzeB, values up to 69c; new ar rivals, on special Bale Monday, at, suit Women's $1 Lisle Union Snits, In umbrella knee styles regular and extraslzes, at, suit. . 38 58c "Women's Pine Idsle and 'Cot ton Tests, fully taped, up "to 2Cc quality, at each 12 k c KM J Li Silk and Kid Gloves Actual Savings Women's lG-button length f lho quality Silk Finished LI bio Gloves, In white or black open at wrist with two covered clasp fasteners. Guaranteed to fit, woar and wash. Mode to sell BtK higher price; all sizes, at, pair OC Women's $2.50 10-button Imported White Kid Oloves 91.80 a Shitp Fine quality skins In white only. Special sale Monday. Women's 10-button Length Bilk Gloves at 70c a Pair Best quality Milanese silk with Paris point backs, double tipped fingers, white only. Women's 85c 10-button Length Silk Gloves at 05c a Jalr Fine .quality Tricot Mlk with double tipped fingers all sizes. Women's Two-clasp Whlto Chnmoisotio Gloves 25c a Pair Every pair perfect und guaranteed washable. SPECIAL SALE of th NEW LINGERIE and VOILE WAISTS 8cores of the most popular and at tractive style ideas in vollo and lin gerie waists and blouses. New roll collar, short slcovos, ombroldorod fronts, etc. Actually worth to $1.50, 89c A new assemblage of women's mid summer lingerie and voile waists, many of them are sample garments. Some are daintily hand embroidered and finished trlth fine tucks. Actually worth' up to $3. GO each r $15 Elegant Sample Lingerie and Voile Waists, many quite elaborate, worth up to $8, special at $3.98 New Arrivals Mid-Summer Shoes Weaiea't Lace Oxfords Fine gunmetal calf skin, with round toes, -wing tips, medium heels an excellent style for street wear. Exceptional values main floor, Shoe dept., at. $3H Women's White Nubuck Shoes, 94.00 Values, Monday only $3.00 a Pair Button style In medium long vamp effect, with Cuban heels and perforated too caps. All sizes. Men's Yachting Shoes and Oxfords; special at $1.08 Pair White canvas with plaited hemp soles very cool and com fortable Just the thing for boating and outing -wear. HOSIERY Women's flno m o r c o rizod lisle thread hosiery, also puro thread silk boot hoso, wide lisle gar ter tops, Hale double solos, high spliced heels and toes many aro full fashioned 35G black, tan and frhito, worth 50o and C5c pair, at, pair. . WOMEN'S 25c HOSE at 15c Women's fine morcorlzed gauze lisle hosiery, wldo hem tops, double soles, high spliced heolB and toes block, tan and fancy colors, rog ularly for 25c pair, your choice Monday, at, pair 15c Women's Dresses For your choice of imy Woman's Wash $10 Suit in our stock of linen, ra tine, opongo and reps. Some of these suits havo been sell ing regularly as high as $22.50. $5 For Womon's Colored and Whito Wash Drosses. Many clever lin gerie frocks that wore mado to soli up to $10.00 each. SI For your choice of scores of Women's Wash Skirts. Reps and Bedford cords. The most popular styles of those tub skirts, worth J 1.50 each. , HID -SUMMER CLOTHING EVENT! ' 1,190 Men's and Young Men's All Wools Fadeless Blue Serge Suits 2-Piece Outing Styles Smart Norfolks and Conservative 2 and 3-Button Models Every Suit Made to Sell for Fully y3 More Every. Suit is Strictly Hand Tailored Throughout $12 Togethor with splendid lot of blue serges, wo offer hand tailored homespun and tweed sum mer suits and outing suits. Styles include Nor folk, two-button sack coat modols, English soft roll collar styles. Many featherweight suits. Boys' Clothes MILLINERY 8- For Boys' $1.00 and Our K y(J $1.25 Washable Semi Suits, clever styles in Bus- sians and blouses madras, gon ijfmM percales and ehambrays m tinues M&WZgMffi sale in basement. Mon- .jr 3 For Boys' Khaki Panta. L"" y( Qve drab shade- Woman's .Hats in ' Jf U By department, , ' Entire Stock main floor, old store; 3A For Boys' 50c Blouse T 1 P1fA OH Waists - MondayHn ll 2 UU Boys' department, (Panamas Excepted) main floor, old store. women' $30.oo Hats at...$lB.oo , ., tl Woman's 825X0 Hats at... $13.60 30a. For Boys' Nightgowns rift l 7, 7- Women's 830.00 Bats at. . .810.00 yjll an extra special in Hill p , 7 . Women's 515.00 Hats at... 9 7.50 UU Boys' department, , Women's 810.00 Hats at... 8 0.00 main floor, old store. ; Women's 85.00 Hats at. ...8 3J50 Bed Spread Sale 95.00 Marseilles Bed Spreads for $3.40 Full slzo spreads with cut corners; also bungalow crepe bod sets, 91xl01-lnch spread with SQuaro corners and bols ter cover' to match, for large sice $3.49 beds or for twin beds. $6.00 values; at, the set 4 Specials in Basement Long cloth, muslin andfine cambric, all one yard wide in a quality well worth while mak ing up into pretty garments bargain: ! n v ai square, at yarn , Very deslrablo grade of light colored shirting and dress prints bolts to buy from Monday. a at, yard x;j l Perfect mill lengths of Voiles, summer lawns and batistes, 27 and 40-Inch wide, In pretty styles and colorings per yard ftt..Rttrf. 5 and genulno Amoskoag Apron Ginghams, in blue, -brown and green, even and g broken checks; at, yard. OC White Goods and Wash Fabrics K Silk and Cotton Foulards and Jacquards In neat foulard styles, soft and cool for hot weather frocks. Many pretty blues, grays, browns, tans, lavender, etc. effects worth 15c to 25c a yard; 27 Inches wldo; at, yard Tan Panama Uniting Light weight f abrlo for outing suits, ig separate skirts, dressos 3"4 Inches wide; at, yard IOC Sheer White Dress Materials Fancy voiles, ratine, pique, crepe and Swisses 2 to 10 yard lengths, worth to ?125 a yard , .. . . .49 Printed Flaxon, Llnalre, Batiste, Dlmltlos, in floral and striped pat terns, also plain shades; SO Inches wide, worth 15c a yard; at. 10 Whlto IMpplotte for children's wear, houso drosses, otc. g 80 Inches wldo; at, yard r JLOC 27-Inch Woven Voiles In black and white stripes, pink and i g white checks, black and white checks, etc., fast colors; at yd. IOC Notion Sale on Main Floor Safety Pins, card Xi i $1.00 Brown Daisy Mops DUt J. & P. Coats Darn Waved Wire and Cel luloid Collar Sup ports, card 2& ing Cotton- ror -4 spools 5d Brass Pins, paper Nickel Plated Fold ing Coat Hangers each 5i Rust Proof Hooks and Kycs; special at, card 2A Summer Wash Fabrics, Main Floor 36-inch.S ilk Ratine 5c 36-inch Imported Dress Linen, 49 C 9 42-inch Imported Ratine ...$1.00 Ilydcgrado Smart All SUk Ratine in plain weaves and brocades to match; at, yard S1.00 and S1.25 $1.00 to $3.00 Bordered Marquise and French Voiles Many exclu sive patterns, Bulgarian robes, Canton crepe fabrics, white em broidered English and French voiles; yard 69ei aid 98 t" 'or English VoUe -Superb colorings in 2 and 3-tone effects, Z,air new rose' p,nk cle1, m&lze, Hlac, soft tans, Nile, new blues, rt black and white. Regular price is 50c. Natirtl and Colore Dress Pongee, White & Black Haktai Xaia XTlooc. (Waterproof), very appropriate for hot weather wear. White and Natural Japanese Silks, yard . . . ,39c to $1.00 Natural Pongee and Shantung Silks, yard 49c to $1.95 Black Waterproof Habutai Silks, soft, clinging, 50c to 98c $1 Sapho Imported Dress Silks street shades, yd. 69c Get Ready for Your Vacation Trip Sale of Bags and Suit Cases Sample line of high grade traveling bags and suit oases will be placed on sale Monday in East Arcade at about price. All the fine black Walrus Traveling Bags and fine Cowhide Bags for women and men 15, 16 and 17-in. sizes, leather lined $A9i values up to $10. Also fine leather suit cases; $8.50 values. Matting Fiber Shopping Bags, at 6Sc Women's Shopping Bags made of matting fibre very light weight. Regular price of these 14, 16 and 18-inch y jp bags is $1.50, your choice Monday, O p in East Arcade, at, each W GLEANERS ANDDYERS COMING indication Are the Influx Will Ureak Records. ANXIOUS TO SEE OMAHA Den abotr to O One of the Ftret Features on the - rroirnua Women to Have Special Entertainment. Special care are chartered by the dyers and cleaners of Indiana, Ohio, Ken tucky and some of the middle ttatea to tirtnff them to Omaha for the sixth an nual meeting of the National association of Cleanen and Dyera to be held here. July 7 to 10 Inclusive. Bis; preparations are belne made for comlpff to Omaha by the cleaners anad dyers of the east The National Cleaner and Dyer in the )ast Istue commenting" on the coming convention says, "Omaha has long- been known for Its hospitality to visitors and especially for its consideration of those who honor the metropolis with their presence." A well balanced cycle of business and pleasure characterises the program. As lie meeting opens July 7 which is on a Monday, the men of the association will be hustled to the Ak-Sar-Ben den In the evening where they will be in- Uiated into the -mysteries of the realm over which Samson has ruled so long, the realm of which they have heard so much at a distance and about which they know so little from first hand knowledge. No the women are not to be permitted to go to the den with the men. That is one of the rules of Samson. So arrangements have been made for a reception for the women at the Hotel Rome for that evening. It may be a grape Juice affair or there may be punch, but anyway this will be for the women while the men are being milled through a sturdier program at the Den. While the men are busy with the Mon day afternoon program the laldes are to take an automobile drive over the & mllea of boulevards af the city and through the 14 parks which at this time of the year are at the height of their beauty. Returning from the trip they are to visit some of the principal manufacturing establishments of the city including the creameries which are among the greatest In the world. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock there Is to be a good fellowship meeting at the Hotel Rome where .there will be hand' shaking and a general course of getting acquainted. Wednesday morning the ladles are to be shown through the retail district. and Wednesday evening there is to be a theater party for them. Thursday evening the convention Is to close with a banquet at the Rome. During the entire session of the con' ventlon in Omaha, there is to be an in dustrial exhibit at the auditorium. The auditorium will be partitioned off Into booths where the manufactures of ma chlnery and equipment for cleaning and dying plants will exhibit their latest and best devices. Mayor Dahiman Is to deliver the ad dress of welcome on the afternoon of Monday, July 7, The Response will be made by William 1L iMorgens of St. liouls, president of the association. NEWSIE DSEDJAKE-BELIEYE Cries and Gets Quarters from Pedes trians Who See Him. PINCHED FOR WEARING AN v OVERCOAT WITH MERCURY 96 The charge ''suspicious character" was probably never more aptly placed against an individual than It was Friday afternoon, whan James Btarkey was taken into oustody by Detectives Lahay and Sullivan at 4 o'clock, with the ther momenter at K while strolling on loower Dodge street bundled in a heavy winter overcoat Starkey when arraigned before Judge Foster stated he was on his way to ell the article and had donned the coat to save the trouble to carrying It on his arm. lie was allowed tu leave, but was cautioned to, pack the coat the rest of the way to the purchaser, or another victim would receive registra tion on the rapidly growing heat pres tation list. WARNED NOT TO DO IT AGAIN Polloeman Tells Htm to Quit, Fol- ' lowed by Advice tor Newspaper Man Who Gets Next to His Little Heart. Nlcol Nlcoll sella papers on South Six teenth street He is 10 years old and wise for his age. Nlcol was getting wealthy, speaking in the terms of the nonbAT. when a Big deputy sheriff, whose name is best withheld, ran him down in the alley and threatened him with a cell In the vermin-Infested city Jail it he didn't reform. "This little rat Is a grafter." said the rf.n.nv sheriff, as Nlcol crouched, a for- Wn little figure, asalnit the. sun-scorched side of a building. "He can cry without any provocation and he weeps as many Hmi a. day as he thinks It will profit him. sWhen a kind-hearted person sees him rrvlnr and asks what's the matter. he sobs out that he has lost a quarter his mother gave him. "Aimnat invarlablv he is reimbursed. He Is reimbursed several times a day. He never lost a quarter." The little "grafter," eyes dry and burn ing, vehemently declared he lost that quarter, but as he spoke he scrooched clqser and closer to the sun-baked building. You're lying, you little thief," said the deputy sheriff, "and if I Match you do ing It again, I'll,plnch you. Now remem ber that" And the deputy sheriff turned to the newspapermen he did not know and looked for approbation. He may have been right but the eyes of the newspaper men turned to the little urchin quivering against the hot side of the building. "Did you really lose that quarter, NlcollT" he asked. The boy began to sob. The deputy sher iff strode away. The newspaperman put his arms around the Utile shaver and asked him If he didn't want a dish of Ice cream. Nlcol wanted it Didn't Lose It. When he had consumed the dish of frozen cream Nlcol felt better. He wiped his eyes with his coat sieve. "No, I didn't lost a quarter," he said, "but the people will give me quarters if I tell them I did. If s lots easier than selling papers. I can make more money la a minute that I can all day erring my papers." It was a hard argument but the re porter tried to meet it He employed the law of the club. "That's wrong, Nlcol. Tou are not honest When you grow tip you'll have the dishonest habit and you'll do some thing worse than that and the law will take you and send you to a place sur rounded by high walls and you can't get away and there they'll make you work hard all day andthey won't ever give you ioe cream or anything." But little Nlcol was a rebel. He be lieves a copper Is the Impersonation of law and he hates coppers and sees no reason why he should not "frit It over them" when he can. He thinks he has done them harm when he commits an act for which they would censure or ar rest him, but which they do not dis cover. Finally Nlcol said he would try it without the graft and all day he cried his papers. Frequently the reporter slipped around to see If he was keeping his word. So far as he could learn he was, but Nlcol had not sold many papers and the perspiration was stream ing down his little sun-burned face. He was trying hard, but thJ lure of the quarter was in his eyes and the pennies had lttUe attraction. And so he may "break over," for little Nlcol has a huge appetite and he must sell ten papers if he is honest before he can buy one dish of toe cream. WARD GIFFORD TO BE AIDE IN BIG BALLOON RACE Ward C. Glfford. assistant commis sioner of the Commercial dub, has ac cepted an tnritatioa to take a balloon trip with Captain II. E. Honeywell in the national balloon race to start from Kansas City July 4. Nine balloons are entered in the race; all but three of wmcn will be eliminated for participa tion In the international race scheduled for September. Glfford will be aide to Captain Honeywell, who will nniMn balloon entered by the Kansas City Post For Soft, Silky, Fluffy Haiti Use Oatmeal (From Beauty's Mirror.) The value of oatmeal as a hair and scalp cleanser has long been recognized, but the difficulty of getting It In fine pulverized powder form; with bran elimi nated, has deterred many from using It Now that a caxlned oatmeal compound . can be obtained at the drug stores, at trifling cost this is destined to become the most popular shampoo. A delight fully refreshing and cleansing shampoo may be had by stirring a spoonful of this .compound into a cup of hot water and rubbing the liquid thoroughly Into the scalp. The hair should then be-carefully rinsed. This makes the hair unusually fluffy, soft and glossy. It -promotes, a healthy condition of the scalp and a lux uriant growth of hair. The principal objection to most sham-' poo mixtures is their large percentage of alkalal, which causes hair to split break and lose its lustre, drying up oily secretions and irritating the scalp. The alkali produces copious lather. The caxlned oatmeal compound makes little lather, much like an egg shampoo-Ad-YertUexneat