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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATUBDAY, AUGUST 31, 1912.-'
CASES at 39
Beet duality tubing,
hems tit c h H or
stamped dge, new
dtt.gn for - French,
eyelet end punch work
with place for mono
gram altes 36x42
and i6x$. J0J irt
value. WltH ' fly!'
'J V ... W
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.", FANCY t
Breast fleets, ' new 41
bird algre ttea, pheM- T
ant effect. in ' fait X
every. late nor- aft ' X
elty in 'fancy 4jC.
Saturday's Sensational Sale I
For Women Misses and Juniors
Worth $3, $413 tl AA
aad op to $7.50, at WfA'"
Saturday' the last dnd greatest bargain day of the I
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Reason in summer. wasn hocks, - rjunareqg 01 mem in
Norfolks, white lingerie dresses, gingham,. ; percale,'
dainty, lawn, striped tissue linen crash, rep, ?tc.
many groups put -into one and they are- actually the
season's most sensational bargain in stunning wash I
aresses. ,r ;
NONE MADE TO SELL FOR LESS"
THAN $3 MOST OF THEM WORTH
; $4 and $5 AND SOME WORTH 'AS
' HIGH ' AS $7.50SIZES,: 13, 15,- 17;
SIZES 14, 16, 18,r 20; SIZES 34 to 44
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: Dull f onBieta! calfskin
and patent coItsklp-V A
broad, high toes;
- Goodyear welt, ex- .
, tension edge ' soles
f all sizes and widths, '
at per pair -; . '
: lilac k Suede Shoes In
the ". above style, . at
Any Woman's Whit
' Canvas Shoe in our
' entire stock that sold
' up' to $3.50, on sale
at, per pair -
, Buy a ipalr 'nbw, (or
. next spring f v.
The Bob SmwtLlnie--,.
showraade of . the
best ! 4ullr guniaetal
" calfsUlo- with good
heavyt" leather ' out-
; soles in prfect f Ittlns
broad -high toe. lasts '
button or, blucher
lace styles in sizes, up
" to.l3i, at...$l.?5,
All larger sljes at per
; SMART, ? SERVICE- '
ABLE; GIRL S
; BHOE3 'AT POPU-
LAR PUICE3. ; ;
: -SnoeiDept. X-
(Kaia risovOU Store) ,
TVia Van Qionn Wi T '
A Stunning Fall Coat
" Built on New Lines'"
.They'll be -wonderfully
.popular in the best
dressed sets.,- They
are one-piece -coats in ; ;
the graceful W-length ' '
new plaid back cloths (Pyi
J see illustration;) .The 11
,, east js captured by them
tj right now. Spec'l Group J L
of VJohnny Ooatg' .4 "
. For Women and Misses
Tn tViA 1lAWAWn ' Otir1&a trim VaII
' at $15. ;
. Several, hundred absolute l.y
' ' new,fftir;,taildried suft'.' in latest p
1 A i 'U ' njviemi-cutawys j
1 I V j)t and ;skirt,ffitures
- r'vViCSv Hressyancl Overly
A 4 I
Children's: fool Dresses
' FOR FALL SCHOOL WEAR .
' ' See the new serge dresses so practical fof girls' school wear
new- plaida and' checks, Peter Thompson's," blasers' and Russian
i blouse effects air siies new colors Omaha's most coin
piete Miortme(it - rj,... i, :'f f t'i V , ' . " ,,j
C2S, 8, 07.86; 810
f ' Every style that is naW.1 Svery,novefty that is correct. You
will find them all in qualities that are positively dependable at
haaa's ;aoknowledged style .feenterHMs ' season; . a r ... , '
- SPECIAL PURCHASE AND
lilk Hbire Hats
READY TO TRIM
8tunning new sailor shapes of medium
size r made with black
velvet facings all are
regular $5 values Sat-.
urday, your choice at. . . ,t . N
Any Woman's Trimmed
.White Felt Hat v
.t . ......
Favorites for September wear several.,
graceful models to choose from all very
prettily trimmed. .' '
WONDERFUL SALE OF
Thousands of women's leather bags at big
bargains. , y, . ;.;:t,,:, . , ; ;
$3.50 and t$4 Leather Bas at $1.69
Goat, Seal and Walrus' leather bags)' also .
; leather . lined bags, ,11 and 12-inch 'Ger
man silver .frames, tan and gray leather "
linings; t some have Parisian . aj .-is a
ivory fittings,. worth up ,. Si HM
to 4.oo. at . :. . . . : ; . . . .r
$2 and $3 Leather Bags at $1
Jill leather bags with H and. 12-inch oxi
dlted silver or gun metal frames, lined
with real leather, In round or
broken bottom. r Many ? of these
'bags are actually worth at . t.
SALE OF MESH BAGS
B-lpoh ffrme German silver mesh bags,
unbreakable mesh, worth $2.50. . at
8 tt-loch frame . German sllverf rtng mesh'
bags, ihltred; a beautiful baa: with en
graved frame worth $3."SO.81..08
; 7-inQh?ffame German silver mesh . bags,
unbreakable mesh, beautifully etched
frame - actually worth' $5 ;at . .$2.98
48-ine peart bead strands,-worth double
. ;-at: ;tlf . .rr.-.. :.4. . -69 4 $1.00 ,
50(J Bterltftg snver.' hand engraved bar
t Final Clcan-Up
1 of Broken Lots
That Have Been Sell
. ing np to $3.50
All sizes, good pat
at . .' . . . i
mmmmmmmtmmmmm0mmmmtmtmvyf.m,i Minim uiimn. ) iiliw)iiiwiii)i
Q MM I 8 W
' Reduced in Price ,'
$1.50 Boys' Knicker
S1.00 and $1.25 BiTs'?
Knickerbockers at . 75
Remember this a light weight suit is the practical , ;
suit eight months out of twelve,. ; , v V
" .ucwciuuc mis vu wau u ujr a uc" oiul ui icat uaiik;
J' and .class; here Saturday for less than half ;what the same
t grade will cost you two weeks later. ',,,. X: - -':'
ALL OUR MEN'S SUITS
That Have Been Selling up t
J In One Big Lot
The most famous makes
t of men's hand-tailored suits
in America are in this stlc.
, i '; Light and medium' weights
: ; for Wen : and Young
;: Men That Have Been
:: Selling up to $15...;..
. f ....... . . . ..... .
r Practical, well made and
up-to-date in every way.
for Men,' J
16th .and $
; ...Second : f- ,
Floor, v ' :'-:'; te55 v
Boys 'Suits f or Ml School Wear
Boys' $5 All Wool Blue Serge Suits $3.41'
Heavy Weight serge well tailored and splen
did fitting garments;-pants are full peg
top; regular $5.00 values; special at. . .-. . .
Boys' Knee Pants Suits $
With Two Pair of Knickerbockers
New "fall numbers of eight distinct patterns, pants are.
ail Jmed and cut lull peg top; Norfolk or double breasted '
styles, every suit has two pairs of pants.
BoysV$10 te $15 Long Pants Suits at $7.50
Serges, cheviots- and; worsteds' in'; various " ' -jK Ieb'CA
. sxituco, Uxcuium ncigui buhouic iui iau .
veir--a school' opening special at. . . ... . .
$1 Solsette Blouses, well made,,hlgh collar. .. .49 j All wool blue serge Knlckerbockerg at
' Sale of Men's Negligee Shirts
Men's Shirts In new fall styles, ; wolrth up to 2.od each, also choice of all Our Men's
Summer Shirts (Manhattans excepted), worm up to iz.so; in one Dig QQA
9 '1 f
special group ai. . .... ....
Men's Negligee and Outing Shirts 'Choice of all our Men's Summer
worth uo to S1JJ0, at.,...:...,.-. V7t ; smrts worm to m.ov, ai
Men's 36c full fashioned
Lisle Hose at, pair.:10!'
Men's 7.5c Fancy Thread
Silk Hosa at, pair. .25
r . k
Men's 35c and 50c Silk
Neckwear at 19 25y
Men's $1.00 Ribbed Uniou
Suits on sale at..-50
. BASEMENT SPECIALS
50c Nefllgee and outing
Shirts at 3So
Men's 6O0 Ribbad Union
Suits at .ado
. MARTIN Him TEACHERS
Telli Them Kaa 7ao Molds Chano
1 tcr Shapes Deitiny of Katiots. :
E0RSE JUDGING IS TAUGHT
At Nooa Traekvra Atta41nsT lastl"
' tat AMnbl at the Rem Hotel,
Wkr 11 Eltgt Laaekaaat
" tm Served them."
..Paul h. Martin," Bean of tha colle pf
law of tlia'Crelghton jnlvMlty. dellvartd
a lectura on "6rvlce" before tha DouglM
County Teachers' Institute this mortrtrw
at the Wsh school buU.flns; "He , who
molds clay," nt tha" speaker, ' "li not
.wlthowt honor, but tho molder of char
aoter ahapea the lUat'lny of nations.
Next to' the home the school exerts more
Influence upon the chlW than any other
( agency and renders a correepondlng de
gree of service. We may well boaat of
our modern architectural triumphs, our
I akyoacrapers, our bridfef, our canal, but
these axe merely for the day tomorrow
'they are pushed u&idu in the march of
progreas by ome new achievement 'n
comparison with which they dwindle Int6
lnalgnUlcanca." ; .
, Continuing on the subject of service.
Dean Martin came down to the subject
of the founding, and pernianent endow'
taent of ih Ctelghton unlverHy. an4 re
ferred W it as a wonderful service ren
dered by the -Creightona here.;. Ho spoke
of the merits of the xcSool and of 1U
relation to Omaha. He pointed iaut (hat
the student annually: epeml.. P.000 In
Omaha. Of thi he aald the expenditure
for shoe alone wti 10.000; for auits and
overcoats. PO.000; confection and tobacuo,
tI0,0(X; laundry. S15.WC; hate,, cap anl
haberdashery.' $10,000; book.: stationery,
lnntrarnenta and apparatee. $40,0C; druj'a.
Jewelry, aportlng goods, enyravlns. print
ing, oateripg. taxicaha, etc., S3 000; rail
road far. . 15,055. ' He then; sa that a
manufacturing etabllhrrertt employins
X0 men would be 'jasty pf.ied as a yej-y
valuable aeaet to the city, and an educa
tional institution with l.COa students le
not to be Ignored.
t Homj- Jadplrrr. '
H. . .Grimlich gave a denonatratton In
hone uiifins to tbe tcacUera. Horap
were-talfsi on lh; h i! ,'ut a ,uth of '.u
h!th achooi bu':a!a,' wlwre t:.e tia-hyf
rtood In the fhutt ct JS-f trvs und tuul 1
notes -on t'r.e U.ini .trstlvn ' .
. Tfce teachers ia heT" . -wjn at tho
Jjftti ..a -. wl e:v x. Z.iun was &er ej
lot: tlie i)iu fiiCntuut of t.ie institute
Speakers rer 'heard- throughout the
afternoon, O. Whi'tmoraregent bf the
state university, being soheduied for the
closing address. ,
to : Continue on the
n;, 28th Avenue Main
vf :--v.-t. -rr. y y v ' ""'
Although Twenty-eighth aveoue property
bolders will-ask the oourta Xot &n Injunc
tion enjoining the .Water board, froni lay.
ln,- the fortytelghnncb ( wat:. main
down that, avenue, the board,, through
Vatar CommJealoner lf Hpwell, has In
structed Jts contractor to keep steadily
at work on tfe.blc fealn,.'",". ' ; r
Mr, Howell gays the contractor prob
ably will, not be ready" to begin -work on
Twenty-ejghUt, averiue1 . for three weeks
and by that" time, tha queeHoti ught to
be settled:''" fAS -' 'V ' T'.- i "
Construction of (h aorth Tialf of this
main will be Started" with a targe force
of men as soon a pipe arrives: ' The con
tractor are under gJI.OW bond to com
plete the work by December 1..; a penalty
of 90 a day being , attached for each day
the main, remain iu completed after that
data : J.-. .' "...
Woman and Child .:
Have Narrp; Escape
When Auto Hits Them
.Mrs. M. K. anhunt, loss North Thirty
ninth street,. South Omaha,! and her-1-year-old
baby miraculously escaped se
rious inlury and possible : death when
they-were struck by an automobile driven
by W. Broaderlck at Sixteenth and Har
ney streets yesterday morning at 10:30.
! The ' accident was unavoidable on the
part of Broaderlck. The traffic Offlosr
Motioned him to proceed. ? and as he
started the machine Mrs. Anhurst. who
was hidden from view by a large dray
wagon, stepped dlreotly in.the path of
the slowly moving oar. Broaderlck ap
plied the emergency brakes, but did net
fucceed In stopping the ear Until It had
struck and violently thrown Mi'a Anhurst
And her baby, which she was carrying In
her arma, to, the pavement With the ex
ception of a few minor bruises neither
waa badly hurt. ... . t: .
Broaderiek was arrested and released
upon tttO bond, which h furnished him
self. He Is . a saloon keeper In South
SUGAR IS TAKING HURDLES
Iraits for.iPresertiiig are Now Down
'., '"..; to Nominal Price. H;,--
CJUraiNO SEASON OPENS ' S002I
Crabapplea are N orr Begrlaatnat f
v Co I7p' aad CallfwraU Pears
, -," w), Reaiy'to Take
V- . W - iai,
; Sugar again has-. entered; the hurdle
race, this trme 6 fake the ld-cent Jump.
In th last week an advance of 10 cents
was made and the -dmmodlty la now
priced at nineteen pounds for tUfi.' v
A the same time grapes, tomatoes and
peaches for fh vanning and preserving
season are down to a nominal price.
Qrapes haye ., dropped from IS cents to
II cents a basket, and Colorado and Utah
peaches-at 65 cents and 75 cents a crate
will begin to arrive on the local market
Dt 'Mk. .,..(". I " ,4, .-'
Tba canning factories wllf begin oper
ation In a week or. so an t( la expected
that tomatQea wUl be In good demand, and
Omaha and a neighbor of Mra Anhurst f the prlca will rio sanslderably. , Houae-
iw'iVes 'saaivtsed -to beat th factories
to: them;- - - -.K:. V ' w
Canned goods lind dried fruits will be
uiusual"y ? plentiful .'.this; . winter. The
yield In all saparator goods-has been So
ilarg, and competition so strong that th
consumer Is practically ; assured In get
ting dried apples,, prunes j inli the like at
;n4te. a. reasonable price. 'is. i - F
1 Crabapples are beginning to go up,
now selling at 45 cents a basket and Cal
ifornia pears will Jump from 1.85 to
12.10 a crate. Apples are retailing at 15
cSnta a peck.. Italian blue plum nd
red plum are wiling at $1.25 a crate.
; Butter remain at the ame price, while
egg havs risen 1 cent a dozen. .
Beftneel Sacar Reduced.
NEW YORK.-Aug. 30.-A11 grade of t-e
fined ugar from ,N. 1 to No. 15 were
reduced 10 cent a hundred pound toaay.
MODERN WOODMEN DRILL
TEAM EXHIBITS AT LINCOLN
The drill team of th Modern Woodmen
of America, which ha. won twenty-two
first prise' out of the thirty contest' !t
has entered, will advertise Omaha at th
Lincoln state fair grounds.
An exhibition drill has been schedule!
for it In front of the grandatand at S:30
o'clock Omaha day. Captain C. H. Mar
tens, who has been in charge of the team
for fifteen years, will direct
neuvers at the fair grourid.
Father Flanagan is
Assigned to O'Neill
"'Rev. Edward J. Flanagan, who began
his career a a priest last Sunday morn
ing by conducting solemn high mass at
Holy Angel's church, has been appointed
assistant priest ai the CatheUs church at
O'Neill, Neb. : The appointment was mada
by Bishop Scannell and the new priest
will enter upon hi duties, next week.
1 WSiWTJ J
A CASE OF DIARRHOEA
SAM CARROT CURE.
In the past 66 years it has cured millions
of cases of summer bowel troubles in grown i
people, children and babies, many of them '
after doctors and other remedies failed.
Fifrt dose oftep Cf.res. . ase avprvAfhera. .
"EES' AND HEALTH TO MOTHER. AND CHILD.'
. Mas. WiirsLow'e Soothino 8yrui has been ;
used for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLION'S of I
MOTHER for their CHILDREN WH&B
TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCESS. Id
SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENS the GUMS !
ALLAYS all PAIN; CORES WIND COLIC, and i
is the best remedy for DIARRHCEA. It is b. !
tolutely baralees. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
Wisslow'a Soothing Syrup," and take no othel '
1 i v tv-five cents a bottle. . . s ,
i Hustling Cmm
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At Soda Fountain
1 iaaa?iii4!-,,- iin;vrf' -n
Top Row. Left to Rlnht-Jamea Metcalfe, Robert Rn8welg, J. W,
PRedmod.;H.( A. -T.limpsii.. Phillip SchwarU.and A. Uosp.( , , .
t-vt I'.u VV. ii. iiaitijewa
Lor Row. Left to Klht-H. P. Kerr, A. S.
Ssiolct out 'bo Original '"HorIoft'cP
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