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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 11, 1913)
The New Tango Petticoat
In nn extra heavy messnline, "with a split up the side trimmed
with a handsome shirring of self-material o
changeable and solid colors, in all tho new L 1 11
shades; $4.50 values, Saturday A
Vassar, Superior and Ritesize Union
Suits, in cotton, mer- Hjl fn
cerized and wool p 1 III p
Now Is the Time for Buying Fall Apparel
You'll Find Us More Than Ready With Timely Offerings in Both Men's and Women's Depts.
THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 11)13.
are becoming in greater demand as the Beason advances. We are moro than pre
pared to meet tho call with as fine an assortment of individual, stylish garments,
as you will find many new models have arrived during tho week and these,
added to our already complete stock, mako a noteworthy showing of what is
tho best women's suits for this season. The new 11 boxy" models, tho elongated
shoulder line, tho elephant sleeve, all late style "kinks" are hero and, to top
it all, the most reasonable prices prevail throughout our entire stock. Spcoial
showings for Saturday, at
Think of finding such dainty Btylos in
dresses at those prices one Is foolish
to bother having them made. Not ono
. of many women have voiced this sentl
' ment on visiting our dress section. Wo
are showing every new model In after
noon and street dresses. Tho materials
offer a wide range of choice serge,
eponge, poplin, messallne, crepe de
chine, charmouBO, canton crepe, crope
meteor, brocades and wrlnklod crepes.
Tho styles portray many new prlntn
the aet-ln sleeve, tho medlcl collars, the new blouse, tho -waist line
drapo and the elongated shoulder effect. For Saturday wo offer
."T"?.??. ...$14.75 and $24.75
Our Coat Section
Offers many attractive bargains to the Women needing a wrap; lots
of pretty models In length coats with collars that lay down or
button high up around tho neck; some have throws that fall over
tho shoulders; materials are boucles, zlbellne, plush,
caracul, Balkan lamb, two-tone diagonals. Wo
have them at all prices, and for Saturday an un
usual showing at
Women's Mannish Shirts
a special lot wo will close out today, made of
mannish shirtings (some silk), In striped pat
terns, with-French cuffs and separate collars;
tlno for office or Business wear; oiierea oaiur-
75c 98c $1.50 and$2 25
Omaha's Greatest Clothing House
never felt prouder of their past achievpments, nor surer of their ability to ron
dor oven greater and hotter sorvieo in tho future Tho policy t presenting ab
solutely the highest quality and character in apparel for mon and boys at tho
lowest poBsiblo prices, has won for us a secure and enviable position in tho
confidence and high rogard of tho clothes buying public our progressivoness,
our deBiro to elevate tho standards of men's apparel and particularly men's
clothing is koonly illustrated in tho acknowledged superiority and supremacy
of specialized linos of Kuppen
heimer, SohlossBros., Stein Bloch,
Society Brand and Sophomoro
Suits and Overcoats. Everything
now and up-to-the-minutc. Thous
ands of Suits and Overcoats to fit
every build of man at
A Typical Berg Offering in the
New Millinery Section
Just to show you our superior
buying facilities, wo aro placing
on sale an extraordinary pur
chase of handsome long napped
Beaver Shapes in all the wanted
colors. Small and large shapes,
as you prefer, at prices you
might oxpoct when tho senson is
nearly overRight Now When
you want thcni. Beaver Shapes
worth $4,50, $5.00, $6.50 and
$7.50 for Saturday only, and na
long as they last
No restrictions of
any kind buy aa
many as you like.
$10 to $40
Boys' Suits and Overcoats
This Is tho storo that soils better mado up-to-dato clothes for boys
and children at a saving of $1.00 to $3.50; all the newest modols,
mado up In Bailor and ItMsstan blouso Norfolks, single- and
double breasted stylos tr CAtodtinBA
StetBon Hats, in staple and novelty
shapes, all colors 0 rA .
nnd sizes.. x 0JiU Iw
:; From Our Near Neighbors
Weeping Water, j
If. J. Phillips I vilstlns his eons In'
Mrs. Nettle B. Amlck is entertalnlne
Mrs. Klla Younff of Omaha.
Hi J. Rose made a business trip to
Springfield, Mo., Thursday.
Clifton Hay of Scott's Bluff was a vis
itor here The first of the week.
Mrs. S. A. Glberson la visiting with her
daughter, airs. S. Itector, In Ldnooln.
Mrs. A. E- Cutter of Bethany, Neb.,
visited several days with her sister, Mrs.,
H. D. Leffler.
Mrs. H. B. Wolcott and Mrs. Georg-o
are visiting- relatives In Ohio, both ex
pecting to remain several weeks.
Mrs. 3. W. Thomas Is in Woodbine. la.,
taking caro of her daughter, Mrs. G. Q.
Mrs. W. D. Ambler entertained for a
few days Mrs. S. U Dunham of Little
Mrs. H. E. Sarrent visited with her
husband in Sioux Falls, S. 1)., the first
of the week.
The now pastor of tho Methodist Epis
copal church. Rev. M. W. Rose, preached
his first sermon here last Sunday.
Mrs. Martha Maple of Nichols, la., is
TlslUns her daughter. Mrs. A. M. Rock
wr., and her two sons, George and Will.
Mrs. B. V. Defibaugh and Mrs. J. M.
Lyda came over from Plattsmouth
Wednesday and are visiting with Mrs.
G. H. Olive. I
O. Baler was a recent visitor here with
Mayor F. H. Oorder. Mr. Baler has been
to Germany, and says he will soon return
iilsses Edith and Matilda Peters re
turned this week from an extended vls.t
with their brothers In the western part
of the state.
Mrs. J. 8. Tewksbury of Springfield,
Mo., an old-time Weeping Water resident,
Vi visiting at the home of H. Hubbard
and with her many friends here.
Mesdames M. J. Wlckersham. Thomas
1 r. . ... T TI linn rr-i I n f W Ton.a T"r1 An
and P. S. Barnes are attending the dls-
triCL federation inemmK in. iiumeu
clubs, held In York, this week.
city Thursday visiting his parents and
completing a nuswess oeai tor me pur
chase ot the old A. C. Beach farm near
school, was robbed of the contents of her
pocketbook Thursday morning.
Mrs. X. A. Cross, who has" been sick for
tho last three weeks, Is Improving slowly,
Archibald Wright Nlcolls, father of
Prof. Nlcolls, died Thursday night at
11:30 at his son's home.
Dr. and Mrs. Tyler were visited Sunday
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Mrs. Winifred Flndley has gone to at
tend the Presbyterian synodlcal meeting
at Kearnty, nd.
Miss Edna Reed, teacher In the Bellevue
George Plumbeck made an automobile
trip to Sioux City last Saturday.
Andrew Dover of Leedy. Okl.. Is vlsltlnir
old acquaintances in this neighborhood.
Roy Freebersrer is vlsltlnff his brother in
A box social was elven by the women
of the Methodist Episcopal church Friday
C. W. Sanborn of Bethany was here
this week to see his mother.
James Wade and Frank Bricknell took
a carload of horses to Louisiana this
Mrs. Ben Burns of Canev. Okl.. was
here this week visiting her mother, Mrs.
J. D. Smith.
Frank McCandless and famllv deDarttd
Thuisday for Colorado, where they will
make their future home.
Rev. Mr. Fajran. the new nastor at the
Methodist church, preached his first ser
mon last Sunday. He comes from
Grand Custodian Robert E. French will
visit the Masonic lodge here next week
for the purpose of giving instruction to
Miss Alice Snide and Mr. Allen Martin
were married by Rev. C. w. Bavldge of
Omaha last week. They will mako their
home In Paplllion.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barber of Jefferson,
la., are the guests of the Roy Whitney
family, They were among the early set.
tiers of this county,
Springfield Is without a city hall, as
the lease expired and the vlllagei board
did not renew their lease when an ad
vance of rent was asked.
Official Investigation Into the shooting
of Fred Conley was brought by a relative
of Conley's this week. The Jury went to
the scene of the shooting and brought a
verdict of accidental shooting. Oscar
Dill, who did the shooting was released
by Sheriff Chase.
on account of the serious Illness ot his
The" El-Deen club met Wednesday
afternoon with Mrs. J. C. Robinson and
tho Kenslncton met with Miss Aston.
Mi- anit M Nnwtnn Carson of Holt
county visited the last week with thelt
Waterloo relatives. Mrs. William Mc
Whorter and family.
Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Charles Todd
went to Omaha Thursday morning to
stay some time at the Flor home while
Mr. and Mrs. Flor are away on a trip.
Miss Minnie Brooks camo out from
Omaha Monday afternoon to attend tho
shower for Miss Herrington, given that
afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. II.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grabel have been
at Weeping Water the last week to at.
tend the funeral ot Mrs. Qrabel's
brother, Fred Conley, who was acci
dentally shot a week ago last Tuesday,
Miss Etta King, who is teaching acnooi
in Shelby, la., this year, visited her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. King, and
family from Friday evening until Sun
day morning. Miss Iv King was out
from Omaha for the day Sunday.
Mrs. Claude Lutton and little son. who
havo been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. G. Herrington, and Mr. Lut ton's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. . w. L,utton, at
Valley, the last three weeks, returned
to her home in Harlan, la., Tuesday
the funeral of Judge Travis at Platti
Misses Lottie Welch and Charlotte Im-
ler entertained the "vount? women at a
kenslngton 'Thursday evening at tho home
or miss weicn.
Mrs. Clara Combo, of Ban Francisco and
her niece. Miss Margaret Johnston, of
Lioa jingoies, uai nave Dean tne guests
of Mr, and Mrs. Lesleur most of the week,
The Woman's club met Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. William
Maxfleld. Mrs, I. D. Clarke ltd a very
interesting lesson on Russia. Seven new
members were voted In at the meeting.
Znhn la Talcen tlaast.
CLAY CENTER, Neb., Oct 10.-Spe-clat)
Heabeas corpus proceeding Insti
tuted by R. E. Zahn waa heard and de
termined unfavorably 'to him by Judge
Hurd In' district court yesterday. Zahn
Is under Indictment in Cloud county,
Kan., and Is alleged to be a fugltlvo from
Justice. The main contention of the re
lator was that the offense for which ho
was Indicted was not an extrldltable one,
being for violation of the prohibition laws
Hardy Cnsp In Conrt.
CLAY CENTER, Neb., Oct 10.-(Spe-clal.)
A. temporary Injunction was
granted by Judge Hurd this morning orr
tho application of Robert E. Scott ot
Nuckolls county, restraining the village
board of Hardy In that county from con
tinuing work on ih6 extension of water
mains. The contortion Was that the ex
penso therefor was not included In the
annual appropriation ordinance of said
Stont Wins Case.
CLAY CENTER, Neb., Oct. 10,-(Bpe-clal.)-.The
case of Btout against the es
tate of Dclahunty waa won by th
claimant, tho court directing the ver
dict He will recover UOO, tho amount
claimed by him to have been given to
Warden Delahunty to take care of for
Key to the Situation-Be Advertising.
tnfeblovrcra Visit Overton,
OVERTON, Neb,i Oct. 10.-8peclal Tel
egratn.) Safe blowers vlslwd Overtot
last night, forcing their way Into F, II
Gllcrcst Lumber company's office and
blowing the safe. They got between ti
and H In money and a book of machine
notes. Tho parties also called on W. X
Stickels' lumber office; the safe here was
not looked, so the robbers only took tin
cash drawer, getting about IS cents.
A Xilfe Bentoaeo
of suffering with throat and lung troubli
Is quickly commuted by Dr. King's New
Discovery, Wo and ftOO. For sale by youi
J. G. Herrington and O. E. King were
at Paplllion Tuesday afternoon.
J. C. Robinson drove to Omaha
Wednesday on business connected with
tho sale of tho water bonds. .
Dr. W. C. Naion returned Monday
evening from a visit in western Iowa
and sight seeing at Ak-Bar-Ben.
George Powers was called to his old
home In southeastern Iowa Wednesday
Strengthen Your Lungs
Is Timely Advice
when consumption claims over 3S0 daily in the
United States. Neglected colds, bverwork, con
fining daties and chronic disorders exert the
weakening influence which allows tuber
cular germs the mastery.
The greatest treatment that science affords is
courage, rest, sunshine and Scoff's Emulsion.
Scott's Emulsion contains pure cod liver oil
to clarify and enrich the blood, strengthen the
lungs, rebuild wasted tissue and fortify the
resistive forces to throw off disease germs.
Strengthen YOUR lungs with
Scotfs Emulsion its benefits
are too important to neglect.
Physicians everywhere proclaim its worth and
warn against alcoholic substitutes.
Mrs. Charles Collen went to Omaha
John Monahan left Tuesday for a
business trip to Minnesota.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Eddy were shop
ping In Omaha Tuesday.
R. M. Erway is til at his home, unable
to be at the store.
Floyd Kopp and Raj' Gardiner came
out from Omaha Saturday to spend Bun-
day with their parents.
Mrs. Ernest Hall of Waterloo was the
guest of Mrs. Martha Steele Friday
I Mr, and Mrs, N. E. Johnson and Mrs.
John Monahan went Into Omaha Tuts,
iday in Mons Johnson's automobile.
Mrs. Mary Hempsted, after spending
last week with friends In Omaha, re
turned to Vallev Friday for an extended
Rev. B. A. Fye went to Omaha
ur.H ... . 1 ... v.
"homo Is In Aurora, Neb. He will make
:thein a short visit
Mrs. W. E. Weekly went to York to
attend the meeting of the State Federa
tion of Women's clubs. She la delegate
irom vaiiey woman's ciud.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. William" and
daughters, Ada and Leah of Fremont
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Kennedy Saturday and Sunday.
Dr. Reed received a telnrram Wrinia.
day announcing the death. In an auto
mobile accident, of an older brother In
Spokane, Wash, He left at once for
1 The domestia science room In the base
ment of the Valley school house is now
completed alt In white. Great interest
Is manifested by the students in this
branch of work.
' The regular meeting of the Valley
Woman's club will be held at N. E.
John'on's green room, with Mrs. I.I. Lli.
Ilefors as hostess. Mr. George Fouts
Is leader of the lesson study and Mrs.
,R. M. Erway has charge of the muilc.
The Chrlftlan Endeavor society of th
Presbyterian church has started a mem.
"bershlp contest. Miss Freda Hlembnch
Is captain of the Blue side and Miss
It's Kopp of the Red, with Mils Edna
1 Weekly as umpire. Twenty-five new
members have been secured this week.
'The regular monthly meeting of the
Buv Rtes was held in Hubba.tf hall
(Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. B. McDer-
iiiyn nu jwr. nuran jensen were re
ceived as new members An unusually
large number of members and guests
were in attendance, Mrs. A. E. Burke,
Mrs. Bam Cafferty and Mrs. Charles
Blomqulat served a delicious lunch.
R?I' ,?thoL.'vv,1ce of Oretna called
on Paplllloa friends Thursday.
Mrs. Henrietta Schmidt of Omaha called
on Paplllloa frisnds Tuesday.
Mrs. Harry Merryman of Omaha is
UU.',n5 HL"' M' Xennody and other
Paplllion friends this week.
Mrs. J. It Wilson returned Thursday
from Pueblo, Colo,, where she has spent
the summer with relatives.
Havhow & McBvoy aro again In charge,'
of the Paplllion Roller mills, having,
bought out A. H. Frlcke & Bon tho first
of the month. ,
The f arpr county bar and a number of I
the offlrjals at the court house attended!
A choice selection, regu
lar price 60c, in
sale price, yard . . 1 57 C
Also Gorman made goods.
About 3G doi- 1 Er-J-
en to go at. . . 2 JT lICC
MILLINERY at Price
Beautiful Hats From Our Own Stock as Well as the
Weinlander Bankrupt Stock
OUR prices n,re nlways as low or lower than elsewhere, but Saturday your choice
is unrestricted. Everv hat at half nricn. Cnn von underRtnnrl whnt thin mrfinH?
Wo havo not put a single hat aside as many stores do, but overy trimmed hat in our
stock from $10.00 up, as well as hats from the bankrupt stock of Weinlander 's.
PARADISE TRIMMED HATS OSTRICH TRIMMED HATS AIGRETTE TRIMMED HATS
FLOWER TRIMMED HATS GOURA TRIMMED HATS DRESS HATS
TAILORED HATS AND STREET HATS
Read carefully these prices, then come and savo monoy. This is the oppor
tunity of tho season. All beautiful creations from Paris, Londou, Vienna and all
American tashion centers.
$10.00 Street Hats, at S 5.00
S12.50 Street "Hats, at S 6.25
S15.00 Street Hats, at S 7.50
$17.50 Street Hats, at g 8.75
$20.00 Street'Hats, at g 10.00
$25.00 Dress Hats, at g 12.50
$50.00 Dress" Hats, at $15.00
$55.00 Dress Hats, at $17.50
$40.00 Dress Hats, at $20.00
$50.00 Dress Hats, at $25.00
$75.00 Dress Hats, at $57.50
$100jFur Hat, Stole&Muff, at $50.00
$2.05 Untrimmed Hats, 90c
Black velvet hats in a variety of
styles made to retail for A A
$2.95. Sale price Satur- J(C
$3.98 Untrimmed Hats, $1.95
All silk plush hats, beautiful hand
mado goods, mado to re
tail for $3.98. Sale
Not Wo will choorfully exchange,
Credit or refund the purchase price
of any hat not satisfactory, bought
, In this store.
Ostrioh and Fancies
Big assortment of ostrich fanoies,
wings, breasts, coques,
and fancy stick-ups
at Mi price, 13c to ... .
i mil Kiuuit'Oj
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