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THE BEE: OM MIA, THURSDAY, MAY 14. 1014.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
ridelit j Storaffo & Vim Co. Doug. 1516.
Have Root Print It Now Hcncon Press
Xilffhtlngr Tlxtnres--Bnrgii-arandtn Co
,.."y Xncora' for Gould" "co ! SAY WORK IS NOT IMPAIRED
SIXTY MEN LOSE THEIR JOBS
Experts Reducing the Forces at the
Union Pacific Headquarters
When you know rai llghtlnc you pre
fer It. Omaha Gas company, 1509 Howard
el reel. Douglas tfc.
Goodrich Guaranteed Garden nose, !
hatf-l-h Whirlpool, five ply. ll'io toot
at Jas. Morton & Son Co. Buy now.
narte to Build Exchange The con
tract for the crettlon ot the Wanut ex
change, the new telephone exchange
building, has been let to John H. Harte.
Bedjrwick to nulla Apartment! The
contract for tho building of the Par
tridge stores and apartments on Harney
street, has been let to William Kedg
wlrk. The work Is to begin soon.
Saloonkeeper Sued Daisy Daniels, who
alleges that as a result of liquor sold to
William Jones by Peter Itooney, 917
Davenport street, Jones cut her noso
deeply with a knife, has brought suit
against Itooney for $5,000 In district
While Mont of (he llcductlnn linn
llccn .llmlr In Anilltnr'a Dcpnrt
mrnt, It li Snlrt Others
Will He Affected.
Since the New York auditors com
menced their work, more than sixty per-
nnn mil f n t niA nf ?, V nl ' O 1 1 0 0 ,1 re-
lleved trom duty In the offices ot the I tlclpatcs. In many ways the last year
... . . . . . . . .-, ! tmu ln mnDi iirrAMnf ill the asso-
auuuor 01 ireignt accoums 01 mo liiioiii--" ....... ..... ........
acaflc. the department over which Will- elation lias Known.
lam II. Anderson presided prior to his
retirement Monday, and a Saving of more
Rev. Andrew J. MacMurtry. who was
suspended for one year from the ministry
of the Presbyterian church, appeared be
fore the Presbytery of Omaha at Its ad
journed meet at the Young Men's
Christian association yesterday afternoon
and Indicated that he desired that body
to consider his request for reinstate
ment nt tho close of his suspension,
vhlch will be June 30.
The charges on which ho was found
guilty last summer by a Judicial com
mission ot the Presbytery were: "Fall
ing to have a good report, such as a
minister of the gospel ought to have; not
governing his family well; being a busy
body, and falsehood." He has since been
divorced by his wife, Mrs. Anna Mac
Murtry. who now lives In California with
her son and daughter.
The unfrocked minister Is now a
Lyceum bureau lecturer and lives at the
tFlomar hotel. His last pastoral charge
wab at Schuyler. Although his case was
a sensational one at the time, he has
since Indicated his repentance and is
seeking a restoration of his former stand
ing In the ministry.
After considering the matter at length,
It was decided that the laws of tho
church .applicable, to such cases prevented
any action by tho Presbytery until tne
term ot suspension had expired, so Ilev.
Mr MacMurtry withdrew his request for
action and announced that he would re
new it later.
Hcv. Edwin Aston of Waterloo was
chosen to represent tho Presbytery
In' the national evangelical conference of
tho church to be held at Chicago May 19.
Tho call ot Rev. Nathaniel McGlffin,
1) D., to the pastorate of the Fremont
Presbyterian church was officially pre
sented. Dr. McGlffin requested time In
which to consider the matter, eo It was
laid over until the next meeting.
Uni of Omaha Will
Celebrate a May Day
Save for -several rehearsals, all plan
for the fourth annual gala,, day. to be
clven Friday by the students of the
University of Omaha, are completed
Tho entire day will be one of merry mak
Ing. Early Friday morning students tak.
lng part In the affair will meet at the
university campus, where -It Is planned
to have an early breakfast. In the at
ternoon several of the classes will give
a program consisting of short sketches
In the evening at the finale, Miss
Mildred Foster, elected as May queen
will be crowned. Immediately following
tho ceremony the May queen with her
court will be tho honor guest at a Joint
play of. the seniors and juniors.
Nearly 1,000 tickets have been sold for
the May day affair and those In charge
arc making preparations to handle the
largest crowd the school has ever drawn
to a similar occasion.
n A CONVENTION AT
GRAND ISLAND MAY 23
Saturday, May 23, will bo a big day
at Grand Island. Tho annual convention
of the Stato Young Men's Christian as
soclatlon will meet, tho state association'
first" annual aquatic 'meet will also be
held, and tho new $75,000 association build
lng there will bo dedicated.
James Noble, SCUG Ames avenue, who
has been an assistant in the Omaha as
pociatlon's physical department for somo
time, will go to Grand Island this week
to become physical director there.
The team of swimmers who will repre
sent Omaha In the state aquatic meet con
sists of Adolph Anderson, F. Engstrom,
Thompson Berry and Hallcck Rouse,
Y, Mi C, A, Pleased
at Work of the Yeari
Over 100 committeemen of the Young
Men's Christian association, the "men be
hind the guns" In that organization, held
their annual dinner nt the association
building last evening. A resume of the
years work, ending April ao. was given
by each committee, and the reports all
showed encouraging progress In the nu
minous and varied activities In which
tho mcmliershlp ot the association par
FROST INJURESTHE GARDENS
Does Considerable Damage Along
Missouri River Bottoms-
FRUIT IS NOT HURT MUCH
Kreealnnr Temperature lleitnrteil
In the n mill III (iuii(r llluli
Wind Keep Don ii llmti-nm-
in the C'rni.
MAKE SHORT VISIT HERE
Aixompnnied by n. II. Aiahtoti, vice
president, and S. O. Strickland, assistant
kPiicral manager, V. A. Gardner, presi
dent of tho Northwestern railroad, came
from Chicago Tuesday, had dinner In
Omaha and returned home Tuesday
Tho Northwestern officials were out on
a lour of Inspection ot the Chicago
Omaha line. They arrived at 6 o'clock
and were met at the Union station by
Oenernf Manager Walters and escorted
to tho Omaha club, where at dinner they
feerc. his gtiepts. others at the dinner
were President Mohlor.of the I'nlon Pa
cific and Avcrlll lUrriman, a direct n
of the Harrlnsnn system of roads They
came through'.from Chicago on a special
train and loft, on the return trip at 8.30
In tho evening, their cars attached U
than $3,000 per month has been the result.
Even with the big cut In forces, It Is
asserted that the work of the offices of
tho auditor of freight accounts has been
n no wise crippled. Instead, It Is con
tended, that It has been materially bet
tered, as a vast number of what are con
sidered useless reports and duplications
have been eliminated. At any rate, the.
work of the depattment Is moving along.
Night work and work during a portion of
each Sunday, which had been the rule for
years, has been discontinued. In many
respects the entire system of accounting
has been changed and at the same time
In llnndit nf Kxtirrtn.
In recommending men for discharge.
the whole proposition Is In the hands of
the expert auditors, and bureau heads, or
high officials of the road are compelled
to submit to their decisions. The men
who are from New York are said to act
without fear or favor, though In reliev
ing employes from duty they take Into
consideration the circumstances and tho
years of service with the company. Mar
ried men are given a preference over
those who are single, everything else be
While the auditing department has been
hit the hardest and where a saving of
to.OOO per month has been effected, th
end Is not yet. Tho men have been on
tho Job for several months, with the ex
ception of a few weeks spent at com
pany headquarters In Salt Lake City and
Portland, where they swung the axe.
Now they have returned to Omaha and
are going through departments other than
that ot the auditor jf freight accounts
and as a result of their- work more heads
are expected to keep falling Into the bas
Not All Unrrlmnil Men.
Tho assertion la made that tho men
who are checking the Union Pacific of
fices arc not all auditors ot the llarrlmau
system of roads, as had been supposed
Instead, they come from a New York
concern that makes a specialty of admin
istering treatment to corporations that
are sick or those that show signs of need
ing new business methods Injected. Thoy
are said to be hired at. a stipulated sum
and are given free hand to reduce ex
penses without Impairing the efficiency
of the business.
Tho move Is Instigated by the New York
offices of the Harrlman system and the
officials here knew nothing of tho plans
until the experts were hero and at work
Then, too, tho Harrlman roads are not
the only ones that are being doctored
by the experts. It Is asserted that bat
teries .ot them are at work in tne Jieaa
quarters and along the UncB of more than
fifty of the roads of the country.
Some More Animals
Are to Be Sent Out
to Ak-Sar-Ben Den
H. Buckingham has notified Dad Weaver
that a second load of animals for the
Don will pass through the city of Qulvera
at the noon hour Saturday under the
same circumstances attending the last
parade of live stock. t Just what tho boss
laborer intends to "ship to the Den this
time has not been disclosed, even Dad
Weaver being In the dark because ot
Buckingham's propensity to ve mystcrl
ous In his .every activity connected with
Ak-Sar-Ben. As Buckingham bought two
goats some timo ago and only one has
been delivered up to date the prevailing
rumor Is that goat No. 2 will be the live
stock. Rumor number two being a very
Irritating' one to all who arc to be inltl
ated Jujie 1 because one goat Is a suffi
clency And two a superfluity at an Inltl
atlon, It Is thought that Buckingham
practical Joker that ho Is, started the
rumor himself in order to augment the
feeling of apprehension already innato in
the systems of those doomed to become
acquainted with the aforementioned live
stock this summer.
President G. W. Gllmore was toastmas-
ter. Ho made an address and gavo the
financial report for nhe twelve months
Just closed. General Secretary 12. V.
Denlson spoke briefly and thanked tho
committeemen for the loyal support they
had given him during the year In the
various departments, ."tale Secretary J.
P. Bailey made the closing speech, in
which he congratulated the workers upon
their successful eftorts and gave them
duo credit for their unselfish zeal In pro
moting the association's welfare.
The other speakers, and the topics on
which they spoke wcro as follows:
Religious Department-General, uari u
Wilson; foroign, r.ohrrt mimn: snono.
Rev. J. A. Maxwell; boarding houses. S.
. Harris; muic siuuy, j. n .,.,.......
Boys' Department General, superin
tendent E V. Graff; high school.
mund Booth; Bible ttudy and examina
tions, John Hedclund; Hero league, inm
Physical Department General and
hand ball, H. C Ro.iackcr; athletics, 1.
C. Paulsen, basket ball, V. C. Hascall;
boxing and wrestling, George Danley;
gymnastics, E. woire; summer pern,
J. s. lieueiunu: extension worn, u, .
durational Department General, P.
W. Kuhns; student council. J. 11. Mc
Millan; among foreigners, it. I rater-
Miscellaneous Departments ana
Branches Membership, Alfred C. Ken
nedy, Jr.; band. Dr. A. D. Laird; dormi
tory, Thomas .Matthews; house, J. H.
Duinont; cate, r. v. Kunns.
Music during the ewnlng. Including
some original association booster verses
and local hits, was furnished by Lee G.
Kratz and n iuartet.
Want Miss Addams
The Omaha Federation of Woman's
Christian Temperance Unions held a meet
ing yesterday afternoon at Barlght hall
to discuss tentative plans for entertain
ing the state temperance convention next
fall. The presidents ot each union. In
cluding Mesdames C. J. Roberts, H. G,
Claggett, S. C. Jennings, William Berry,
R, J. Beasley and R. McKltrlck and Mrs.
George W. Covell, president of the fed
erated unions, will constitute a commit
tee of arrangements to confer with the
state officers In this regard.
Sentiment was very strong for securing
Miss Jane Addams of Chicago, who will
be in the state this fall In. the Interests
of the suffrage campaign, for the princi
pal speaker. Mrs. N, M. Graham was
appointed chairman of a committee to
arrange for the coming of Miss Marie C
Brehm, temperance lecturer. In August
One of the members moved that all the
temperance women send letters and pe
titions to Nebraska's congressmen at
Washington asking them to vote in favor
of the Hobson national prohibition meas
urc now pending. "Won't do you any
good! Women don't amount to anything
without tho vote!" was the sarcastic re-
Joinder of Mrs. Covell, suffrage advocate.
"You will have to get your husbands,
sons and brothers, who are voters, to
send In their petitions."
To Insure this being done, another mem
ber suggested that the women write let
ters, get their husband's signatures and
themselves send the letters away. "That
la the only way we will know It has been
done," she said.
Mrs. C. J. Roberts, who has Just re
turned from the east, reported that the
Indexer of bills presented to congress
told her that petitions 'both for and
against prohibition had been more nu
merous than In relation to any other
Resolutions commending rolfce" Com
missioner A. C. Kugel for his efforts at
There was a light to heavy frost along '
tho low lands of tho Missouri river hot- I
toms Tuesday nlgit, as well as a good
mnriv nnlnta ..til l, It... ....... '
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Ml lUWH. I
Truck gardeners, up and down the river. J
nnd In the vicinity of Omaha, on the mar- t
kct yesterday reported that at an
early Ifftur the ground was whlto with '
frost It nipped tomato plants out In the 1
open, corn and all other vegetables. They '
asserted that when they left home It was
Impossible to say whether or not their
early plants had been killed. Gardeners
In from the high lands expressed the opln- !
Ion that In tho localities where they re- I
side there was little, If any frost. Thoio 1
was a brisk wind during most ot the
night, sufficient to keep off uny frost.
Railroad reports indicate that as far
down the river aa Hrnwnvllln In Mm v.
treme southeast cornr of the state, tho '
frost was heavy, but not rnlil enmnrii '
weather to materially damage the fruit.
Heavy frosts were reported from around
Crete. Wymore. Seward. Grand Island.
St. Paul, West Point. Wayho. Norfolk
and Madison, with freezing temperatures
all through the sand hills and the north
part of the state.
Iiontm nt l-'nlrmout.
The lowest temperatures reported over
the state Tuesday night was at Fairmont,
Where a minimum or S3 was registered.
Broken Bow. Columbus. Culbertson and
Falrbury recorded tempcrafires ot 1 to 2
degrees below freezing. Western Iowa
likewise suffered light frosts, but no
serious damage Is reported there. It U
believed that In many sections heavy
clouds and winds prevented serious dam
age from frost and low temperatures.
However, the forecast for fair weather
last night and today, with rising tem
peratures, brought Joy to the gardeners
snd fruit raisers In tho vicinity of Omaha.
SAM MEGEATH HERE ON VISIT:
HIGH UP WITH STANDARD OIL
looking In tho best of health, Sam Mo
geath is hero visiting his brother and
Omaha friends on n flying trip. He in
way up In the Standard Oil official
family, as president ot tho Galena Oil
ccmpany, with headquarters In New YorK
City. "Had to go out to St. Louis and
was so closo to my old home In Omaha
that I thought I would Just run my re
turn trip around this way," Is his explanation.
CADETS TO PARTICIPATE
IN MEMORIAL DAY PARADE
Charles Allen, In charge of several of
tho committees of tho Grand Army of
the Republic for Memorial day program,
has received from Miss Kate Mcllugh.
principal ot Central High school, an ac
ceptance ot the Invitation extended the
high school cadets to participate In tho
parade and services on Memorial day.
Greatest of All
The most wonderful thing In the world
Is love expressed In the helpless Infant.
And among those aids and comforts for
expectant mothers is the well known
! - - - wis iiui ni)iivatiuii
enable the abdominal muscles to become
adopted. I more pliant, to expand naturally without
unaue pain irom mo strain upon corai
and helpful embro
have grown up
ft r ! i r i nd ligaments.
Municipal Ownership j
Debate is Postponed! -.i?
- . to learn of its splendid a
For Imllfcentlnn nnd nilloaauesii
use Dr. King's New Life Pills. Rid the
stomach and bowels of all Impurities
and tone up .he system. 25c. All drug
are almost as readily
accepted in Europe
as S10 bills here.
When you need
money you have it.
You are carrying
the currency of the
countries you visit.
in sixteen European
Trial Marriage is
Whether Harry Stratton, a restaurant
rhef, hail a common law wife when ho
married Mrs. Carrie Stratton this spring
Is a quettlon put before District Judge
Sutton by a suit for annulment ot the
marriage brought by Mrs. Stratton.
Stratton admitted that he had lived
with another woman Immediately aftci
she had secured divorce from another
man, but declared their agreement was
to get married after the expiration of the
statutory six-month period following hor
What was thus in effect a trial mar
r.ogc proved unsatisfactory, he tetltlyi.
and they parted. Then he contracted a
really, truly marriage. The Judge took
tho saso under advisement.
Kxponents of the theory of municipality
owned public utilities Invaded the South
east Improvement club at the meeting
held at tho Bancroft school last night
for the purpose of taking a fall out of
F. A. Nash, president of the Omaha Klec
trlc Light and Power company, who wa.
scheduled to appear and offer arguments
In Wvor of public service corporations
Applied as directed upon those muscles
Involved it soothes the fine network ot
nerve's, with which all the muscles are
supplied. Thus a great share of the pains
eo much dreaded may be avoided and the
period of expectancy passed through In
ease and comfort.
Anything that adds so much comfort
must be counted as a blessing Indeed.
In a little book sent by mall much use
ful information Is given to Inexperienced
11 I I
OLD NORTHWESTERN DEPOT
TO BE TORN DOWN AT ONCE
Preparatory to erecting fts new In
bound freight house north from Four
teenth and Webster streets and expend
ing I75.0CO, the Northwestern will at once
begin wrecking the old wooden structure
that has occupied a portion of the site
for moro than twenty years. The new
building, "00 feet long and forty-five
wide, will be constructed by Mlnneapoll
people, nho have a contract fir doing
the company's depot and station work.
Work on the new freight house will be
gin as soon as' the old building Is re
moved. Material Is now being assembled
and driving piles for the foundation will
start this week-
I Mitchell, for thirty years with the
Rock Island road and fpr more than
fifteen years general dairy agent, died
at his home In Vinton. la-, of Bright
dUeuse on Tuesday night, after along
Mr. Nash found It Impossible to attend. JS0.lne"' u Jells now f? UHe "Mother's
It. B. Howell had been scheduled to de- i". " k,.i . V .iT. . HZZL ?
, ... . . Ret a bottle to-day and write for book to
bate with Mr. Nash, but he was out of BradflelO Hegulstor Co., 00 Lamar Itldg.,
town owing to the recent death of his Atlanta. Go. lit sure you get "Mother's
.i -i.i,..- , t Friend.'
A protest was dratted by the club
against the reissuing uf a licence to the
Tlnely Rescue home.
LUXUS AND MURPHY TO
PLAY SUNDAYAT FT. OMAHA
The Luxus "and the Murphys Did Its
will play at Fort Omaha Sunday. The
Luxus are in great form this year and
Manager Vachter thinks that he will
curry away the honors in amateur circles
this year. Smith and Sullivan, his two
pitchers, are looked upon as the two best
bets In the city. -Venous on first base,
Bowley on second base, Rapp on short
and Tracy on third base, look to be the
cjasalest Infield In town, aud with Bach
ten behind the bat, they look hard to
beat. The outfield, Dennlson, Melady and
Denny, are playing up to their usual
Last Sunday the Luxus defeated Wood
bine, la., by the score of 8 to 1, Smith
for the Luxus allowing only four hits and
striking out ten men.
VIRGIL RECTOR MAKES MARK
IN ATHLETICS AT COLLEGE
Virgil Rector, the Omaha High school
graduate who, Is now attending Dart
mouth, has developed Into a broad Jumper
of no. mean ability, according to dis
patches from the east. Young Rector,
who. Is but a sophomore at the eastern
college, la making quite a reputation for
himself athletically. He was the star of
the basket ball team last winter and now
he is one of the dependable point makers
on the track squad. He Is sate for points
in tho pole vault and in the broad Jump
both. When in Omaha he was u finished
pole vuulter, but ho has now become a.
better Jumper than vaulter.
SUFFERERS TAKE HOPE!;
Here's a Delightful Carbonated
Drink That Conquers !
The course of constipation is over fori
you If you use the scientifically blended
and chemically pure carbonated llthla .
drink, RH BUM A SALTS. j
Rhcumasalts Is as puie aa the natural!
laxatlvo salts trom the Mineral Springs.
There Is no Phenacetlne, Caffeine, Ace
tanllld or Calomel In Hheumasnlts noth
ing that has a danger element In It. It
cleans put the stomach and Intestines
eliminates toxins and poisons, leaving
the Intestinal canal clean and sweet. It I
is a uric acid solvent as well as a saline
If you are bothered with constipation,
headaches, sallow skin, coated tongue,
bad breath, Indigestion, biliousness, neu
ralgia and rheumatism, then take Rhcu
masalts. the mild and effective remedy
that acts quickly on the bowels, liver
and kidneys without griping or nausea.
If you have an aching back, due to kid
ney congestion, Rheumasalta gives won
The next time you need a laxative get
from your druggist a 25c, 50c or $1.00 bot
tle of Rheumasalta..
Don't experiment on your Internal sys
tem' Play safe and get Rhcuinasalti.
If your druggist haan't nheumasalt
send 35c, DOe or $1.00 to the Rhcuma
bath Company, Pept 53S. Minneapolis,
Minn, for a bottle, prepaid, lor sale
b all druggists In Omaha and toum.ll
Storo Hours: 8:30 A. M. to 6 P. M.; Saturday Till 9 P. M.
WcilncMliiy, .Ma)' 111, 11)1-1.
STOHK NKWS I'OH Till'KSDAY. Sixteenth nml Ilnrney Jitrccts
You'll Appreciate These New Russian
Tunic Dresses Last Word in Fashion
Thursday at $9.95
TT'S indeed n most faseiuating display one Hint you will
J- find interesting in more ways than one the splendid ma
terialsthe great varietv of nrettv summery stylos tho
tempting values offered. Kxqtilalto summery dresses In 3-ptcco effects
nlso plain stylos with blouse waists. Plain wnitc ana two'
toned effects, niailo with the now Husslan Tunic skirls. Dress
es which Incdlmlo every size for women nnd misses for after
noon, promonado and all dressy occasions.
A I- C HA Beautiful d
jna (IJ.UU cropo linen and
other wanted washablo materials,
dresses that pobsoss stylo as well as
service, usually found only In gar
ments nt much higher prices.
At- fi QC Al 11,19 nrlcc we ot"
VI pUwJ for a fetching selec
tion of natlste, voile, linen, llngorle
and fancy dltnlty dresses In white
and colors. You'll find tho display
a very ploastng one.
DRESSES FOR THE SWEET GIRL GRADUATE
PARTY AND STREET DRESSES, $12.95 TO $25.00
Also pretty dancing frocks of silk, figured crepe, vollos and shadow
stripes, embroidered and plain whlto materials such as mullB, organdies,
lawns, otc. Xlturrss-nash Co. Main Tloor.
Women's "Niagara Maid" Long Silk Gloves
They Have the "Call" Here Thursday, 85c
tXERE'S n silk glovo special w for
-tJ-Thursday that will briug forth a gener
Long silk gloves, extra quality. Tricot weave,
double tipped flngors. Tho "Niagara Maid" brand,
two-clasp fasteners, all sizes and every pair fitted
to tho hand. Whlto, black, tan, gray and q
navy. Very specially priced for Thurs- qJ"JC
day, at, tho pair w
Bnrgss-Nash Co. 3tcond Tloor.
These Beautiful New Embr'd. Flouncings Should
Be 75c to $1.50 Thursday Instead of 39c and 59c
T-k ItT ur l,mif-li fhnni n nn tindnrnrlrn nnd nffnr Vnn thn benefit. They aro exquisite nOW effects,
D very desirable for pretty summery dresses or for tho brido and tho sweet girl graduate 27 and
They nro exquisite now effects,
1 tho sweet Klrl graduate 27 and
45-Inch embroldorcd flounclngs of batiste, crepe and vollos, also voiles and crepes with crochet effects.
Tho 27-Inch flounclngs Thurs- JQ i Tho -IB-Inch flounclngs inurs- CQ
J ilnv. vnrtl , . , w w.
Dainty New Laces, Thursday at 25c
Including shadow vals. Orientals and net tops, In cream nnd whlto, very flno quality, and spe
cially priced Thursday at, tho yard 25J
Burffdi'Wsin Co. Main Floor,
Rich New Cascadeuse Silk Thursday $1.35
a vrvrwrcn iimiornrlrn snoclal for Thursday that should and will attract no small
A. amount of attention. A heavy cropey effect material with a beautiful luster and
specially desirable for suits and dresses and skirts. Tho color range Is very largo, also
black and cream, 42 Inches wide. Thursday, yard
Burfftis'tfMh Co. Mln Tloor.
Scores of Pretty HOUSE
DRESSES at 1-3 Underprice
At $1.98, $2.98,
$3.98 and $4.98
THERE is fully n
score or more of
the prettiest styles from
which to make your selection.
.Mado or such splendid
a materials as chamhruys,
Watrlpcs and, checked glng-
hams, crepes, striped voiles,
All made with the now
set-In sleeves. Some low
neck, others with fancy col
lars with velvet bow at neck,
still others trimmed with
whlto pipings, laco and em
broidery. Dresses that are very de
slrablo for houso or street
wear, and every ono a most
unusual value at tho prlco
nnrgi-Wh Co- Bcond Tloor.
Again Thursday This Sale of
BLOUSES in the Basement
Y long odds the biggest waist values ot the
entlro season are offered to you again hero
Thursday In thu
Tho waists aro all
white and crisply
now 1914 blouse
and plain fitting
Moro than BO charm
ing styles for selec
tion, Including such
materials as lawns,
batistes, vollos, laces
white voiles, china
silks, etc., with tho
newest collars; long,
and short sleeves.
All sizes. A waist
WnlstM Intended to re
tail for 91.00.
Thursday . , . .
Minuses intended to ro
Ull for 81.75
d to ro-
mouses intended to re
tall for 1S rrj
and 91.0O, frj f
Thursday. ... v
Dlouses Intended to re
tail for 92.00
DnryiB-Waah Co. S.cond Tloor.
"W o men's
COLONIAL pump t
for ser v i c e a b 1 o
street wear, made from
patent and vici kid
leathers with flexible
welt sewed soles nnd
Cuban heels; an excep
tional value, (to
at, pair t)O.OU
ing Shoes at $400
Walking shoes with full rub
ber soles and heels, made
from Imported tan Russia
leather in Kngllsh laco stylo,
Burfftil-Vaih Co. Main Tloor.
Pictorial Review Patterns
The "New Russian Tunic'
The "New PaquinM
You cannot obtain thtte,
tlia latott noteltlea, in
any other pattern
You will tx months ahtad
in style if you adopt these
The FASHION BOOK
of the Celebrated
WtM 566S llonli .... SPiSrt J570 llctott
SUJ7S-li"M Is on halo In the pattern sec su,, j74ijMlu
tlou, main floor, rear, U5c.
sBurgess-Nash Co. Everybody's Store 16th and Harney.i