Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, August 03, 1913, NEWS SECTION, Page 4-A, Image 4
4 A THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: ATGXTST 3. 1913. JjE-ORGANI ZATION The first two days of our sale proved to bo a great success. It was beyond the expectations of tre manage ment a continuous, satisfied, buying crowd, from the timo the doors were open until Saturday night. For Mon day and balance of the week wo bring forth new lot of goods. We can only give you hero a few items for an example. .You must come and see tho rest for yourself. Odds and Ends of Oo recta 15c Wldo nib- bon, worth n yard 6c Boys' Wool Suits, S2.48 and $1.90 23c Ladles' Mercerized Vests lie OOc Men's Bilk Ncckwear-I 19c Oftc JLiovn Kimono- 29c 10o Hooks and Kycs, paper lc Silk Waists, vrorth to 92.9? 98c Crepe KliBoaas 79c Balance of Hummer Trimmed lints 48c OOc Hep liam Veil Ing ami Muslins, yard 10c $2.00 Men't Pant 98c 00c Ladles' Klbhcd Union Suits 29c 80c Muslin lh-Mvcrs. Trimmed 19c Odds and Ends of Men's Suits, worth to 910.00 $4.95 Ladles' Pumps and Oxfords, GO and 48c $1 Men's 93.0 u and Pants $1.85 Wilson Men's Flno Bros.' 92.0U Shirts 98c 40c Uluf," bnln Jill- coats 19c 70c to 81 Indies' Silk Gloves 29c 92.70 Suit Cases $1.48 99.09 Silk $1.98 Cotton Tape, licit lc 91.00 J toys' Mia eo Pauu, 48c 000 Lisle (SlOYOS 19c Men's 92 and $2.00 Felt Hats 98c Men's 94.00 Hats $1.98 SOcMes's mm Hew stitched Wen's $1.00 Union Suits 69c 12Ho Ladles' Hose, black Or brown, pr.t 5c Ladles' Pauama Skirts. ired, brown and green, only 79c Men's 70o Best Grado Ualbriggan Underwear, 39. 10c Men's Hem. stitched 3c Bilk Ureases $3.98 10c Pearl Buttons and Dress Buttons, card 2c 20a Men's Lislo Finish Hose 12ic 00e Dressing Sacques Men's 70e Union Suits 39c Ladles' "Waists, slightly soiled, 91.00 vul., 29c Extra Good Quality House Dresses 69c Men's Pure Silk and HllkLlslo Hose, pr 19c White Soiled Dresses $1.00 11.00 Men's Pajamas and Night gowns 48c 05c Men's Best Sus endore 33c 92 Men's Straw Hats 69c 20c Men's 121c Wilson Bros.' 91 and 91.00 'Dress Shirts 48c Men's Butts, worth to 922.00 $9.75 Ladies' Shoes 98c Ladles' o Suits $2.88 Wash BcJte and Leather Belts atr 5c II and 91.00 llnuso Drcsies 48 c OOc Men's Shirts, soft Collars 19c flc Hair Nets at lc 12 Ho Chil (Iron's Bib- bed Hose, K2 He Men's Sox, black knd brown, Ladles' Wash , Skirts, all shades, 28 c 91.70 Suit Cases 98c Warner's Rustproof Corsets 89c J 1.00, 93.00 Chirfoa Waists $1.89 High Class Tailored Skirts, worth to 910.00 W4.98 :ioo Hrnssleres, cmuroiu cry trim mod 15c U.00 Pretty wiuto Waists, low neck, 48 c $2.00 Black Heather bloom Petti- . coats 79c HOC CllII- dren's Arons 15c T. P. Coato's and Clark's Machine Tlircad, 3c 5c 5c 91.00 CMl dren's Dresses- Men's Sllp-On. Italn coats, $1.89 92.00 Boys' aiiocs and Oxfords, Sl.oo and 98c Men's Shoes and Oxfords- Ladies' and MInkcs Gird! 10c Homo Journal Pattern. U for 10c Evening Gowns, worth to 920.00 $7.50 Children's Shoes and Pumps 48c Wash Dresses, wortli to 9.00 $1.00 WEATHER PROYERBS 0. K.'D Seml-Official Vindication for An cient Weather Lore. 12 He Men's Linen Collars 5c 30c Ladies' Silk Boot Hoso 19c 00c Men's Undcrw'r garment 15c 15c Infants' Hose, all colors, pair 5c 91 Chil dren's ' Dresses 39c Men's Washable 5c ll)c Best Talcum Powder 69c 10o Men's Shop Caps 4c Ladles' NlKht Gowns, worth to 91 48c fl Corsets slightly mussed 39c Ladies' SklrU, worth to 98.00 $2,98 00c Boys' Waist 19c 25c Dressing Combs 7c 100 Ladles' Vests 2c Men's 95 Bllp-On Coats $2.98 Kimono Aprou 39c Ladles' Serge and Mlxturo Coat $3.98 3c 80c Children's Dresses 15c 1 Wo Ladles' Vests 5c Boys'Wasti Suits, worth to 91.23 91.20 Children's Drosses 48 c 85c Men's Silk Neckwear, 12ic 80c Block coats 29c 91.00 Corsets at 69c 200 Ladies' Vests 7c Men's Summer Caps, w'th to 75c 29c 29, Ladies Dress Skirts, worth to 93.00 $1.48 Ladles' Fin Dress Skirts, wortli to 90,00 $2.48 91.20 Ladies' Kid Gloves 48c Safety Pins, dozen lc Ladles' New Fall Suits $9.75 200 Tooth Brushes 7c Samples of Now Fall Trimmed Hats $4.98 ooc v Children's Itompers. 25c Best Grade of Men's Work Shirt 39c Ladles' Liaea Coats, wortli to 94.00 $1.69 Ladles' Whito Balkan Suits $1.98 , 700 Long Kimonos 39c 92.00 Boys' Lonjr Pants 69c All Wool Serge Dressos $1 .98 Mid-Summer and Pall Ilata, $1.98 90 Itoau Uful Street Work Dresses $1.95 THE NOVELTY COMPANY 214-216-211 NORTH 16TU STREET I. ftEl, fen. Manager. Formerly Rap!iai!-Pri 0. SOME SIGNS ARE SURE THINGS Ambition "Prnnhrts" Olrrn Expert Advice In Foretelling Clinnavs In Meteorological Con dition.. Tho weather prophet, who. up to tha time of tho establishment ot the United States weather bureau, could be found In every town and village of tho country and who was known by his ability to tell whnt kind of weather to expect' on tho morrow, has received "vindication" at the hands of the Deportment of Agriculture. The meteorological experts of thin de partment declare that thoso ot us who laughed at the predictions ot thwo weather "sharps" have don them an In justice. They further declare there are certain signs to be seen about the sun, moon, stars, and even In the wind, which can be counted upon to foretell changes In meteorological conditions. In speaking of the old weather prophets and these signs, the men at the weather bureau in Washington, say that a prophet not only can recognize these signs at a glance, but that he has a weather proverb at hand to Interpret them with. For In stance, tho fisherman today, as In the past, will weigh anchor and flea from a gathering storm when to the uninitiated thero is no Indication of anything other than continued fair weather. This flslwr man has noted some small cloud upon th horizon, and, recalling one of his well known proverbs, he at once knows that bad weather Is on Its way. "Tho coming season" is very Important to the farmer of the country, for upon tho weather it will bring forth depends his livelihood, if he knew what to ex pe3t during the coming season hn would be able to tell what crops to plant and where; whether upon hill or lowland. In light or heavy soli, and 'when best to cultivate them-vltal points for his suc cess. Thero are certain proverbs that aro used to help tell what the coming season may bo. For Instance: Frost year, Fruit year. Year of snow, Fruit will grow, A year of snow, a year of plenty. Self evident truths. That these, and similar proverbs are often true Is evident from tho fact that a more or less continuous covering of snow, Incident td a cold winter, not only delays tho blossoming of fruit trees till after tho probable season of killing frost, but also prevents the alternate thawing and freezing and rulnouo to wheat and other gralons. Some other proverbs con cerning seasons arc: A late spring never deceives. January warm, tlio Lord have mercy. If you see grass In January, Lock your grain In your granary. January blossoms nil no man's cellar. January and February Do fill or empty the granary. "A red sun has water In his ey." la a ramniar proverb that belongs to tho cjass which has to do with tho sun. This Is a weather proverb that contains a good deal of truth, for tho condition that moat favors a red sun Is a great quantity of dust In a damp atmosphere. A red sun, therefore, say tho weather bureau ex perts, commonly Indicates tho presence of uotn tno oasentlal rain elementa-that Is, dust and moisture. Here la another rod sun weather proverb: If red tho sun begin his race, Be suro tho rain will fall apace. There are many proverbs, ranging from tho good and useful to the ml. leading and absurd, concerning the eoinr or tno sky at sunrise and sunset. In many ways tho most interesting of all of them la that which, according to Mat thaw, Christ used to answer to the i-nansees ana Badducees, when they asked that He would show them a sign from heaven. It Is a follows: "Ho answered and" said upon them. When It Is evening, ya say. It will be fair weather; for the sky Is red. "And In the morning. It will be foul weather todayj for the sky Is Ted and lowering." Then there la tho well known proverb taken from Shakespeare: . r ,ri morn that ever yet betokened field eamon, tempest to tha tSrdlt t0 h Bhepnor,i woe un the (3.utA, v5d Joul flaWB 10 herdsmen and m 1113 11 CI U II. A MERE DOLLAR DOWN SECURES ANY PIECE of FURNITURE NOW THEN GRASP THIS A SINGLE dollar down sscures ANY piece of furniture in the ENTIRE "UNION OUTFITTING COMPANY" stock during August. Arrange the balance to come due at intervals adjusted to YOUR needs. SECURES ANY SINGLE ROOM OF A HOME OUTFIT This is an extra special proposition and means much to those who contemplate furnish ing their homes. Any room outfit no matter what room, ONE DOLLAR DOWN secures it for YOU. Great reductions throughout the house on all stocks. REMEMBER $1.00 DOWN IS ALL YOU PAY AND YOU GET THE ARTICLE RIGHT AWAY. DOWN ONE DOLLAR SECURES FOR YOU ANY DRESSER IN OUR ENTIRE TOCK ONE DOLLAR DOWN SECURES FOR YOU ANY RUG IN OUR EN TIRE STOCK mm Dresser Illustrated above Is made of Amsrlcan quartered oak, finished In a truo Colonial style, has large French plate mirror, supported by Colonial standards, base has C ja FJ f 19 extended front small drawers; actually worth $20.00; sale price , . 12 24 Other proverbs of this class aro as fol- Sky red In the morning Is a sailor's warning; Dr rca ni mgnt. red at nlirht. Is tha sailor's delight. ONE DDLLAR DOWN SE CURES FOR YOU ANY BRASS BED IN SUR EN TIRE STOCK-NO MAT TER WHAT THE SELL ING PRICE. This Is an extra special offer and has no exceptions; spe- tht -weok. $61950 a $35 valuo for cepuuus; 23 Billll HSU ONE DOLLAR DOWN 'I SECURES FOR YOU ' ' this MASSIVE FUMED mm OAK BUFFET Hero is an extra special valuo that should add great interest to this special $1.00 down sale. They aro made of selected solid oak, and aro finished in tho popular Fumed, the base is 21 inches by 52 incheB in dimensions and has a large French mirror canopy top. One of the small drawers is &fe M QS piUHU JU10U. lb 1H UU UUIUU1 $40.00 value, salo price A FEW SPECIALS for THIS SALE $12.50 Brass Beds, well made with large 2-in . tubing, guaranteed finish; sale price ipeVoOv $13.50 Uressere, made .of solla oak with lJO JVt throe largo drawers; sale price. ......... PQ $16.00 Podeetal Extension Tables, well made and highly finished with six-foot -oxtonsion slides;.; - dQ sale price,.,, ... , i D Union utfittingC?) s t 1 1 at ki in ' Consolidated with THE PEOPLE'S STORE For thlB week wo offer you an extra fino Axmlnster Rug, made with a deop rich pllo in beautiful colorings and 9xl2-lnch size, on terms of only are worth $30.00; 2H" 11 t) special saie price, only JLU ItTsTi BF ONE P,OL L A:R DOWN WILL DELIVER to YOUR HOME ANY GAS RANGE IN OUR ENTIRE STOCK. This Includes tho famous Direct Action Gub Ranges the range that is positively guaranteed to cut your gas bill fully one-third, has nil the good features of all other Ranges aqd many ex clusive features. The weary sun hath mode a rolden set. And by tha bright track of the fiory car Gives token of a goodly day tomorrow. If the sun set In tray The next be a rainy day. If tha sun goes pale to bed 'Twill rain tomorrow, It Is said. Bvenlnr gray and mornln? red Make the shepherd hang his head. An evening gray and a morning red 'Will send the shepherd wet to bed. Evening red and morning gray Two suro slugs of one fine day. Evening red and morning gray Help the traveler on his way: Evening gray and morning red Bun and moon signs. Bring down rain upon his head. Many proverbs foretelling rain and bad weather are based on tha appearance of solar and lunar halos and coronas, and as these form only when there is much moisture in the air, and some condensa tion, the proverbs of this class are well founded. Coronas are the small colored rings of light that enctrcU any bright object when seen through a mist, though tho term Is used to designate only the colored rings around the sun and moon. Typical of auch proverbs Is that of thj Zunl Indians, who say': "When the sun Is in his house It will rain soon." Some of the other refer to tha appar ent diameter of the circle. For iactance: Far bur. near rain. The bigger the ring, th nearer the wet. When tha wheel Is far the storm is n'ar. When the wheel la n'ar the storm Is far. The sun, moon and stars have fur. nlshed any number ot ussful weather proverbs. Some of them are as follows: Clear moon, frost soon. Moonlit nights have the heaviest frosts. Tho moon and the weather ' May change together; But chang of the moon Does not chang the weathfer. If we'd no moon at all. And that may seem strange, W still should have weather TUat's subject to change. Sharp horn do threaten windy weather. When th stars begin to huddle. The earth will soon become a puddle. When stars flicker In a dark background The'reVe7 numerous proverbs based on the direction nna cnango u .... Here are a few of them: When the smoke goes wesi, Qude weather Is pasV . When the smoke goes east, Qude weather comes neist. When the wlnd'a in the south, The rain' in it mouth. The wind In the west Suits everyone best. Ann. weather proverbs based upon the shapes, etc., ot the clouds are a follow: The higher the ciouo mo -weather. Mackerel scales and Hiares' tails. Make lofty ships carry low sails. When the clouds appear like rock and ThoWca?th'fl refreshed by frequent show- ers. s When the clouda are upon the hills, They'll come down by the mill. Not only seeing, but hearing, as, well, ha lta appropriate proverbs. One based upon sound is aa follows: Bound traveling tar and wide A stormy day will betide. On based upon seeing Is: The farther the eight the nearer th rain. There I any number of weather proverbs, but those quoted here are con stdered by the weather bureau officials a the most useful If you have ambitions to be a prophet, learn the proverbs here given, apply them to th signs you may note and you have the guarantee ot the meteorological experts ot Uncle Bam that you will not be far wrong In your predic tions. Brooklyn Eagle. STORK GIFTS CAUSE WONDER Soma neinwrUs ot Llttlo Iloya Olrls on Arrival of Dnbles. nd If the little stranger fills the parent with Joy, it reception" by brother want the warmth of Relcom given by the Isters. The girl hang around the little cherub with a reticence of wondering de light, but the boy aro apt to express their feelings In terms of the little chap who exclaimed: "I'd muoh rather It had been a parrot." "What do you thlnkr" one little boy asked a playmate. "The doctor brought a baby to our house. Isn't It horrid!" "Rotten. Can't you get him to take it back!" "Wo, IV tco Ute. Wo'vo used it four days." A little girl, after relating how Qod had sent her ft baby brother, added, a he thought of the straw laid outside of the house in order that the mother might not be disturbed by the nolsa ot tho trafflo, "And it wasn't packed." Another little girl thought it such a pity that when baby arrived mother should be poorly in bed. One ot my little patient told his mother after the ar rival of a new brother. "When doctor wasn't looking I shook his bag but I didn't make It cry, mother." A bright little chap, when shown the latest arrival, eclalined: "Why, father, it' got no halrl" "No, it hasn't grown." "And If got no teeth." "They haven't oomo yet." "Can't it walkr "Not yet." "But It can talk,, can't It?" "No." "Don't have It, father. It' a poor' one. You've been done." The late Bishop Walsham 'How de scribed how a 8-year-old boy waa taken to see his new sister. "Where did It come fromT" he asked. "Qod sent it Us," his mother answered. "Then I suppose It Is a sort of an angclt" His mother explained that it was only a baby. "Hasn't it got any wlngsT" he asked, and on being told "No," added: "Hasn't It got any feathers at all?" Tha sfster of a across, fractious bady had beon told that tho screaming child was sent by the angela. "Well, mother," thn remarked, as the mother tried In vain to still the baby paroxysms, "you can't be surprised at the angels getting rid of it" Strand Magazine. Empire of the Four Provinces. The fpur streets of the capital, prolonged by great roads, divided It Into four main prov inces, each under -the dominion of lt governor. When their people came to Cuzco they lodged In their own quar ters, where they adhered to their national customs and the customs ot their own province. Tho city today retains the aamo gen eral plan, its two principal street being practically the old main -thoroughfares. It -two eastern quarter lto upon steep hillsides; the two western are in the yalley, where runs a little river, the Huatanay, spanned by bridge. The northeast quarter was1 the Palatine Hill Qf this South American Rome, and contains the palaces of the kings, for each Inca, after the manner of the Roman emperors, built his own abode, scorning to live In that ot his prede cvsuor. Scrlbner. WHALE RAMS OCEAN LINER Collision SUnke Steamship Fore and Aft, and Finishes tha Wlmle. PLACE OF SUN WORSHIPERS Ruins of Caico, Ancient City Incaa, Show Queer Capital of Today. of The ancient city ot Cuzco, when first viewed by European eyes, was, accord ing to the best authorities, a great and wealthy municipality of perhaps 200,000 souls. How old it was at that time we have scant means ot knowing. Oarcilasao would have us believe that there were only thirteen Incas In the royal line from Manco Capao to Huayna Capac; Monte slnbs, on the other hand, assures us that the Incaa ruled for a thousand years Which are we to believe? No written history ot the rase exist only th rec ords ot the qulpua, those queer knotted strings that were the Inca sole docu ment and for which no archaeologist ha a yet discovered th key, the Rosetta tone. Cuzco' original plan wac singularly enough, that of the Roman camp, a quad rangle divided by two Intersecting streets Into quarters, with a gate on each faco and towers at tht angle. Ramusto gives an interesting wood cut of the city a it appeared to the conqueror. The Incas, like the citizen of the United States, had no more definite name for their country than Tavantlnsuyu, the The Austro-Amertcan liner Kals6r Franz Josef came Into the port of New York Saturday with a large number of pas sengers, much cargo and a story of a whale of great proportions which tried td butt the bottom out of the big liner and died In the attempt The Kaiser Franz Josef was shaken to such an extent that the skipper, all of his Junior officers, half of the crew and scores ot the pas. sengers rushed on deck in apprehension. Not until tho dead body of the giant mammal was seen floating away to wind ward did the skipper and his men know what had been under them. Th account of the whale ls vouched for by no less an authority than Qustav Mllllmoth, the first officer of the Kaiser Franz Josef, who at the time of the com motion happened to be entering on the log the tact that the big liner was at that moment passing over the grave of the TUnhln ... " wa 8tl"-maklmr this . entry the liner suddenly lurched upward a if lifted , by a tidal wave. The ship shook from stem to stern, and daptalr Gerolomloh, who was in hi cabin, jumped to the bridge. The passengers deserted smokeroom. lounges and stateroom and crowded the C.Jn4ab,Ut "ve mlnutes the cause of all the trouble floated out from.' under tha ship. It waa a whale at least seventy feet long, and a great gash in the middle ifi.ta?t 8h0Wed hat 15,9 collision with the ateamshlp had done to Jt Those of the passengers who "aad cameras snapshotted the dead monster, and these Photographs were shown. They showed a giant whale floating in the water, and a close look made it possible to see tha great wound that ended its life.-New York Times. The Glad Hnnd Is seen when liver inaction and bowel stoppage flies before Dr. King's New Life Pills, .the easy regulators. 25 cts For sale by Batqn Drug Co.-Advertlso-ment. Pointed Pnrnsrrapna. the end seat hog lacks What bristles. glvfmrnK.adV,Ce 18 ometlnM worse than MrteViSS "eVer quallf,es t0T tiS.'v'n,,. Jh,n5". M they come or turn your back and let them go. nWVl8 l5e?t..tru,t. niakes the lover of pork chP,a bristle with Indignation. fr?m l?Ji.eyer g "ervfu Prostration from trying to make others happy? No. i. ,on."ine woman in the world is she who hasn't any old memories to Drood over. Pity a man who thinks he is sing well If he stays on th t.i- ....., t,;? "r" drlnksl " 'woen The ancients believed tnat the world was square-but that was before politics was dlscovered.-Chlcago News. pomlc Tko Wnruinir. 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