THE BEE: OMAHA, fiATtTRDAY, APRIL 25, 1914.
MISSOURI YALLEY GETS RAIN
Precipitation is Heavy and Extends
Over large Area-'
GREAT 'FOR THE SPRING CROPS
Slolntnre Soaks Into the Gronnd nnd
Wilt Oo a I-onsr Wr Toward
StavlnR Off Any rosal-
blc Wry Spell.
While Omaha was being Riven a thor
ough drenching Thursday ntght, the whole
of Nebraska, western Iowa, the southern
portion of South Dakota, Kansas, Colo
rado and Wyoming got the tame kind
of treatment. According to the reports
to the railroads It was the heaviest and
most general rain of the season. It Is
declared that It will be of inestimable
valtio to the growing crop and will pre
clude the possibility of a drouth during
the early portion of the growing period,
Station reports to the railroads Indi
cate that In many localities a light fait
of hall accompanied the rain and some
wind, but not enough to do. any large
amount of damage. Throughout the
western portion of the state the rain com
menced" early In the afternoon and con
tinued well Into the night and without
any cessation. Up the Elkhorn vnlloy and
out In the South Platte country, It
started In the early evening and for .from
four to six hours there waa a steady
downpour, coming down gently and ad
soaking Into the ground.1
IlnlnfnII In Ilcnvr.
From more than 100 stations In Ne
braska the Burlington, Union raelfle.
Northwestern, Missouri Pacific nnd Hock
Island report from three-fourths to an
Inch of rain during Thursday afternoon
and night. At no place did the rain reach
flood proportions and It came so gently
and continued over uucli a long period
that there was no damage.
Tralnmsn In from the west asserted
that all the way from Wyoming to
Omaha It rained a greater portion of
the night and that tho water standing on
the ground Indicated that the soli had
been soaked to a depth of several Inches
at least. k
Along the Missouri river TOlley and
over In Iowa the precipitation was a.
little heavier than out In the state! In
Omaha tho rainfall was slightly In ex
cess of one and. one-fourth Inches anl
about the same down as far as Ne
braska Cly and up- the river to Te
kamah. ' '
Tt all road reports arc to tho effect that
out In the stato It la clear and tho tem
perature rising rapidly.
Omaha Naval Club to
Organize a Company
The Omaha Naval club, composed of
men who have been In the service In tlio
United Slates Navy, are organising u
company which w(llt enlist here at' the
flrst- call, for - recruits, , Issued by tho
Secretary or theiNivy. The men who are
forming the organisation for . re-onllst-ment
ore for tho most part, unmarried
men,, though It Is said (hat feev.era) mar
ried men who haye seen service .In the
navy have secretly signified their In
tention of going. back IniK the navy, in
the event that war is declared. There
are more than 250 men in Omaha who
havo served In. the navy boforo the Stars
and Stripes, and it Is said that at least
one -fourth of that number will respond
at the first call for men.
WMfflHf 119 Farnam.
It he Kerry reason Is Mere I
.They taste better with Alamito "cream. m
5c the pint
Before Breakfast Delivery. Douglas 409. I
- ... ... .
1 k 1
With the approach of warm weather and ths wearing of Bummery
Sw. an4Wnrom?n fefl 010 neceealty for lighter weight low
ahoea. Wa have them in extensive variety.
anca to'th? toSt1" m0del bUlU B ,,nM to ,Tf B,lm apper
llrhtel0 wVAhP,!,n,i!,..l,1.i0.th,r "w tonsrus pumps of
3.50, $4.00 to $6.00
A20-cent lunch of
clean, puro wholesome food li
400 timed better to work on than
a $2.00 feed in a Lobster Palace.
Look for this PURE FOOD SlQN
Basement City Natl Hunk Bldg
Or Boston Lunches.
210 South 10th St.
1400 Douglas St.
1408 Faninni St.
Wo still have n good stock of
standard goods that were dam
aged in our fire. Head these
Fine Old Whiskies
4 to 8 years old, full quarts,
t 89S 79d nl
Ono of tho old tlnio standard
brand whiskies at
FULL QUART 59o
5 qt. bottles of Beer. ,-25J
California Claret, per gallon,
Tho Quality Storo. '
10TII AND CAPITOL AVE.
Who goes through Bhoo leath
er as fast as you can supply
htm with needs
Thoy outwoar two pairs of
ordinary boys' oboes. Boys', 1
to 5H, $2.00: Httlo gents,
0 to 13, 82.25.
MAIL OIIDKUS PREPAID.
Perfection Pste is Tango Mad.
The Girl, think him amazing J
He has tilt style that la worth while,
His clothts kssp them aU gaslng.
For Social Demands or Out
Door playing your Boy's
Clothing should come from
There's a certainty of abso
lute correctness in our Per
fection Suits you'll not get E
Created by America's fore
most designers, their style is
New Spring Norfolks are
here the best looking boys'
clothes you could wish for;
the most satisfying- you can
Spring assortments are
Now's the time to see them.
Priced From $3.50 up
Let Hs Clothe the Boy
World's Livest Credit
Outfitters for the Whole
3s zan. ssst ssa 91.00
witn 1 id. Tea boo or vocoa ooo
Uest brand dour Jl.io
Calumet Gakine Powder, lb..,.. l9o
b ids. Fancy Jap Rice...... SBa
4 cans com or Teat, a So
i hunk KlrirlAM TUrt OK
i-io. cans Tomatoes, t ror ,...,asc
t-lb. cans of Fruit in rlcli syrup.... ibo
S lOo Cottage Milk , ,.10o
7 So size Milk QSo
4 lbs. Prunes. 10c quality 35o
5 lbs. best Peaches or Apples S5o
HptRhettt or Macaroni, plK- 7Wo
s-id, can or uest aweec t'oiatoes. . , .100
fancy Queen Olives, quart 30o
Imported Swiss Cheese, lb (.300
Full Cream Cheese, lb 02 a
Phons Sour. 0793. 1Q10 Xarney St.
Yog will miss s choice list of
home-like, inviting places
you fall to read the Room and
Board Want Ada today.
OriSAN STB AM SI IIP9.
Oalilns it QasMtttwtbatur'
CARMAN I A
SelllnA from Boston offers th. advui-
tests of a shorter sea veyate and attrac
tive ratst on these popular sad palstisl
Sen4 lor boeUet Mlllitorie Bo.too."
Applr to Your Xocal Agents
149 North Dearborn St.,
Short Sea Rouxe
ak tlM t.rl as! te? rrttHln
111 I 7
111 I or
Big 1-Cent Sale
Saturday, April 25th
AT THE SHERMAN & McOONNELL
4 GOOD DRUG STORES
NOTICE Something more than a year ago we were
first to inaugurate in Omaha the "l-0ent Sales" which
had been so popular in tho east. Since then there have
been a few mild imitators, whose flattery we hereby acknowledge.
50c ARTICLES, lc I
Buy ono at regular price and get
tho next ono for 1 cent.
75c Louisette Fr'ch Q fftT, CI n
Face Powder . . . . a 1U1 JJLO
oo?".1:!'. F.I!8h. 2 for 51c
r.1?5 2 for 51c
60c Dole's PJne- n f nr C"l
apple Juice (qts.).a IOI 010
BBruFrTo..th. . 2 f or 51c
60c oz. Sachet Pow-f) fn-n Kl n
der (10 odors) .. .& 1UI JU
50c Wj-eth's Sage ,Q fnv CT
and Sulphur . . . . o i-OI J0
60a? R".b!1!r.G1.0.v.e.8. 2 for 51c
50o Samuels 3-P g qji Q"j q
50c Dabrook's Llq- O CT n
uid Green Soap., a IOI 010
60c Ladies' Dross- Q n, CI
lng Comb a Wl DIG
50c Genuine Bourgeois French
PJoawvdaerRj.c? 2 for 51c
0e Derma Viva g fa Q
Pn ."f . . 2 for 51c
60o Steam's O -Pm n
Frecklo Paste. .. A Ul"
60c La Jeune Bru- Q mi KT n
nette Rouge a 1U1 JU
56c Peroxide of Q -Pn-w CI n
Hydrogen. 1-lb hot" j
irM"" . 2 f or 51c
60o Porfunios, Rose, Violet, Gold-
60c Cucumber and Q f n CI n
Benzoin Lotion . . M 1U1 ) J.O
2- qt, I"onn
t a I n By
3- qt. Foun
t a I p Sy
best kind. So
35o to 81.33
Rubber Ire Bass ...35c to 91.35
2-quart Water Basra.... 49o
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
SKEBIU.N fc WOORXSLL
16th and Bodffe Sts.
OWL DKVa CO..
leth and Harney Streets.
It Has Been Predicted
Three BASKET STORES
Cannot succeed in Omaha with such
low prices. Weil, to he frank,they
cannot unless the
big volume. Our
their friends about our prices and
NO. 21816 N. 16TH ST.
NO. 22-1406 N. 24TH ST.
NO. 23-1807 VINTON ST.
Get our large price list.
EATABLES AT TRUSS T BUSTING PRICES
THE UNITED PROVISION STORES do not belong- to any associations
where prices ara fixed. Wo buy far cash and sell for casb. and we save
you 15 to SO par cent on your eatables.
Pork Xoast. Ib.
Stur Pot Boast, lb.
Swift's wtnclustsr Bacon. lb. 14H?
CO-lb, can Compound bard, oaa, 94.33
Salt Fork, lb. ilMo
rrsh Uvsr, lb 60
rrssh Pork Bcass, lb. . 60
Xo. 1 Borer Oox a Secoa, lb... lVV-io
Prssa BtrawbsrrWs, box lOo
Or ten Onions, bunch lo
3 bunches Rsdishen 80
Genuine Red River Seed Potatoes,
nt. 11 iin)... .hinniui thm mamm dttv
Wednesitays. To avoid the rush and to insure prompt delivery, please trade
earlier In the day If possible. 1
United Provision Stores
"TKB BTO&B OP LOW PBIOXB."
318 WORTH S4TK STBEST, SOU7X OXAJCA. XKTu SOTJTX 3330.
25c ARTICLES, lc
Buy ono for 25c and tho second
one costs you lc.
25c Haubigant's Q fnT, C)On
Rice Powder a LOT 00
25o Pasteurine Q fn f)Qn
Tooth Paste a 10f 400
25c Steam's Head- Q ORn
ache Waf's, Shac..a 101 400
Tooth Powder. . . 2 for 26c
oa".. for 26c'
"ttSZrft for 26c
25c Llthia Tab
2 for 26c
25c Sodium Phos-
"tfr!l.fl",?:,...2 for 26c
25c Swansdown n nrt
Face Powder. ... 4 lOr 400
u0??.8 2 for 26c
25c Squlbb's Tal- Q A1, Q0
cum Powder ...,ilUl CiXJKj
25c Monoxide Tooth g jQj 26C
25c Gossamer Face Q 4?rtTi ORn
Powder 4 101 4U0
rear.6!?! 2 f or 26p
25c pound boxes Rose or Violet
Talcum Powder g for2g0
Prune Wafers. 2 for 26c
2lt cr.b.8. 2 for 26c
25rCarASoa0pUr'.8.8,!1:!t.2 f OT 26c
WE SUPPLY CAMERA
Complete lino of Cameras
and Supplies at. lowest
'M. Q- Developer, 10 for 25c
T.oyal Hotel Block,
Horth letb Street.
34th and raxnam Sts,
by Many That the
people give us a
boosters must tell
White Idaho Potatoss, bu. 7o
4 cans Sugar Corn ,. aso
10c bottles Olives or Catsup Bo
Gallon cans Blackberries or Peaches.
per can 30o
Pull Cream Brick Cheese, lb.... I80
Tomatoes, per can.. ,,7Ho
4 cans Hrmlny t Sic
Evaporated Peaches, tb. 7Uo
l4trg;e slxe Prunes, lb 7Vie
3 lbs. California FIrs 85c
Seeded Sultana Raisins, lb lOo
order received. Deliveries to.Bellevue
BARGAINS for Saturday Only
Wo have niailo a change In our entire stock. Wo moTed onr cloth
lnj? and gents furnishings Into our big main floor and moved our dry
goods nnd ladies' furnishings to our north room. In order to acquaint
our customers with tho change and tho new location of every depart
ment, wo havo prepared some extraordinary values In each section. It
will pay you to visit our store Saturday- THE NOVEIT1' COMPANV.
$12,50 Men's and Young Men's Suits $7.98
Well made suits of nil wool materials; all this sea
son's styles In light and dark colors, on sale Sat
urday at ,
$20 Men's and Young men's
All the new browns, grays and
blue worsteds; S and 3-button
sack models; all sizes, nt
1125 Men's and Young Men's
Suits at $12,98
In the new woolens; pretty grays,
black and white stripes, checks, etc.
Also very flue ga f98
blue serges, '
$30 Highest Grade Tailor
Made Suits af $14.98
All band made suits from Now
York city and Utica,
N. V., best tailors,
go on Male at
go at 91.48, $1.08, $2.48 and. . . ..s
Pants worth to $3.00 at..
Pants worth to $3.50 at
Pants worth to $5.00 at
M e n's nnd 82-00 Dainty 15c Ladles' 50c Children's
Young Men's Ut'oU and Children's Rpmpcrs, in
chase at M J at, palr ' chambray, at
98c . 98c 7 c 19c
50e Kimono 10c Gin g. 1 Lone Bilk I $1.50 Muslin
Aprons, three- hams, in plain Gloves, black I Gowns, Petti-
quarter checks nnd and whlto; I coats, Slips,
sleeves, at stripe double Up I etc.
25c 5c 69c I 98c
50c Ladies' Men's 8 5 e 75c Children's lOo M e n's
tlroatspl'aln summer Dresses, ages largo Hsnd.
nnd stripes Union Suits 2 to 14 years, kerchiefs
25c 48c 39c 3c
80c Men's 50c Alan's and
Z-Va- Boys' Caps
5,000 Pairs of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes
Advanced styles onla
diss' pumps and ozfords.
Colonial pumps with
buckles and straps, In
patent, iw metal, satin,
velvet, suede, also but
ton oxfords of the finest
quality nnd best lasts at
$2.48 - $2.98
Men's oxfords and
walklsa shoes In all
styles and lasts. In pat
ent, tan calf, ran metal,
vlcl sad white oanras;
also showing? the famous
$1.39, $2.41 & Up
One big Iofof splendid new suits,
made In the newest styles, colors
and fabrics; all sizes; go on sale
Saturday, at . -
$25.00 SUITS at $12.50
Beautiful Crepes, Serges, Silk Moires, Poplins,
etc. The newest models In skirts;
every fashionable shade; on sale
Saturday at $15.00 and.
Worth up to $0.50
A number of neat
styles in lead- nn
lng shades VL MK
Beautiful Silk and Cloth Coats
Worth up to $25
A large assortment of the season's
nobbiest silk and cloth coats, on
sale Saturday at the very low
price of $13.50 and.
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats
For Women, Misses and Children
Beautiful Trimmed Hats; worth
up to $10.00; hundreds to select
from; at $4.08, $3.08, $2.08
Untrimmed Shapes, all colors and
The NOVELTY Co.
214-216-218 North 16th Street.
For sensible, safe, promising investments,
look oyer Real Estate Columns of The Bee
Misses' and children's
shoes and oxfords In all
the very latest styles
and lasts. White can
vas, patent, doll kid, ran
saetalj In the latest
Mary Jane styles, at
98c-$U9-$1. 79-S1, 98
Suits at $8.95
styles, $1.08, 08c.
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