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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1914)
THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1914.
Gerninn silver mesh bags, 7-inch frame, kid
All "white puro linen parasols with hem
stitched edges, worth to $2.50, at $1.59.
Pure silk parasols, plain colors or fancy,
Bomo with -wide ribbon insertions. Very spe
lined or uulined. "Worth $5. On snle at $2.98.
German silver mesh bags with 4 and 5-inch
frames. King mesh, kid lined or unbreak
able mesh, unlined. Very special, $1.
Entire Stock it Eastern Millinery House About 25c Z Dollar
One of the most interesting events of the season comes Saturday. 7,000 untrimmed shapes
6,000 bunches of flowers and 50,000 yards of ribbon included in this sale. Don't miss it!
The 7,000 untrimmed hats include practically - every desirable shape of the. season and all the fashionable braids and straws. There aro 1,000 white
Milan hemp, plain hemp and ajour hats; 2,000 colored 'Milan hemp nnd hemp hats, including black; 1,000 tiny ajnur hats in black, white and burnt; 1,500
French chip hats in burnt and black; 500 black lisere hats nnd 1,000 white and colored patent Milan and rough braid hats. All divided in four immense
groups, as loiiows
Whito Milan hemp and white plain hemp
lints. Whites aro extremely popular. On
sale Saturday at only
On Snlc, Second Floor.
All the black and colored Milan hemp and
hemp hatn in the Benson's best sailor and
.turban shapes. Fine sewn.
Main Floor and Itascment.
All the lisere, patent Milan, French chip
and tiny ajour hats In black, white, burnt
and colors. Very desirable shapes
Main Floor and Basement.
Hundreds of rough, straw shapes, good
sailors and garden hats, such as usually
sell at 50c. On sale at
On Snle, Basement
Six thousand bunches and wreaths of fashionable milliner)' flowers, including fine French wreaths,
American beauty roses, imported crush roses, lilacs, lilies of the valley, June roses, etc., regularly worth
up to $1 a bunch. Saturday on the main floor at, bunch
3- lnch fancy Jacquard edgo ribbons for hat bands.
4- inch fancy warp prints in all colors.
6 nnd 6-Inch warp print Persian and taffeta with fancy edges.
7-Inch imported fancy floral ribbons.
Values up to 35c. Saturday, Main Floor
Kayser Silk Gloves
Kayser 12-bntton length, puro silk gloves,
Hlack nnd white only. Pair, 75c.
Kayser 16-button lorfglh guaranteed silk
gloves. Black nDd white. All sizes. Pair, 91. ,
Long Silk Gloves
Worth 69c to 85c
This lot includes 12 nnd lG-uiitton length
doublo tipped puro silk gloves, also a few silk
finished lisle glovos. .Black and white, only.
Tho values are most extraordinary. The ma
Jorlty of them aro worth G9c to 85c. Thoro are
all sizes in the lot. Every pair guaranteoo
At this low prlco they should bo a great at
traction. As tho quantity is limited to 1,200
pairs wo advise a vey early seleclon. Special
for Saturday at, pair, -IBc.
Lubin's Perfume, 29c
Tho genulno Lubin's French porfunio
In original glaRS istoppor bottles, con
taining IV ounces of this woll known
extract. Has a world wido reputation
Cholco of an assortment or
odors. Sold overywhero nt
SI. (Limit one bottle to
customer). Special at, bottlo. ,
Ingram's Milkweed Cream, 29c
T'nlvnmnllv mulnrHArl hv all lead
ing beauties, both off and on tho
Btage. Thousands of .women know
that it 1b rapid and certain in giving
beauty of complexion nnd skin
health. Regular 60c Jar, OQ
neclal for GtJ
bottle i Q
Emery Manicure Kn
Kirk's Jan Hose Cn
Boap. Cako "
Peroxide" Cream. . O n
25e.Ucf ....... .,ru
Eyebrow renctls. CA
IBc kjni for V
hvirch ihuel. ItTn
Full pint bottle. WU
Mary Garden 33c
Java Hie? lacft.QQn
rowder. nil ahauH WU.
HnKofxl At ...... .
Hath Brushes, rt.
detachable handle U
Manicure Bur- I Q0
rets. Worth 60c, at U
Several Lots of Sample Waists Worth $4, $5, $6, $7.50 and $8.50
Among tho interesting special purchases of women's apparel wo recently made were inducted several large rfotfft gf
lots of waists of the finer qualities which we will dispose of Saturday at only a fraction of their regular worth. nf.
Those aro tho very newest of styles, and nil are of very high grado materials. Many aro samples of which there aro no two trsWJtw
alike. There are beautiful organdies,, Yollcs, lawns and other sheer summery materials, with flno lace trimmings, rich embroidery, f .
etc. Tho workmanship and finish aro such as characterize garments of superior qualities. Regular $4, $5, $G, $7.50 and $8.50 4Q
waists. Divided Into two lots for Saturday's soiling, fat '
Silk Waists Worth $2.00 to $3.50 Saturday $1.39. J
d t O f Another group of waists whloh Is of unusual Interest comprises several hundred garments of fine China and Jap silks in plain colors
r I "tI nbd stripes. Made in tho newest styles of the season with novel, attractive collar and slcevo 'effects. These pretty and serviceable waists
J.ajrtS nro j2, $2.50, $3 and $3.50 values.. On sale Saturday at $1.80.
Sale Silk Hose
$1 and $1.50 for
Wo purchased several hundred pairs of fine
quality silk hose from a big Philadelphia mill
at a reduction which allows us to offer them at
savings of one-half or more.
These are puro thread silk, either silk boot,
silk to the knee or silk clear to tho top. They
have doublo soles, high spliced heels and toes
and double lisle garter tops. Full fashioned.
Perfect fitting. Black white and a few fancy
colors. These aro qualities seldom Bold at less
than $1 and $1.50. Specially priced for Sat
Worth up to 50c
Another Interesting lot for Saturday includes
women's fibre silk boot hose and women's silk
finished mercerized lisle hose. Doublo garter
tops, double soles, high spliced heels and toes.
TheBO are In black, white, tan and somo colors.
They are qualities worth up to 50c. On sale
Saturday at 25c.
hnArila. S nncku for
Palmer's Toilet Wa-
fte I8...... . 160
rhopholnctlc . 1 0.
Tooth nrushffi. . 1 uu
. Fletcher's Ca-, I ft.
iorla. -3So Mire. . I OU
ment. 60c alto..
ular 50c, bottle.
Sale of Silverware
Genuine 1881 Rogers table silver In the throe
leading patterns grape, greylock and carna
tion, at very material reduction Saturday:
Teaspoons, set C, $1 valuo, rDc,
Dossort spoons, set 6, $2' valuo, 91.10.
Table spoons, set G, $2.50 valuo, $1.-0.
Sugar eholls, 50c values, at 10c.
Butter knives, 50c values at 10c.
Gravy ladles, $1 values at flOc.
Berry spoorts,.Tl values at HOc
Knives and fort's-; special at $2.40.
Two Important Lots
of Dresses Saturday
t n a l." l. 1 - 11..
ui group oi dresses, wmcii, ueuuusu iu n
'numerous points of excellence, will arouse
immediate interest in all who see them.
Thpan Inclinln wnmrn'fi nnd misses' dresses of
fluo voiles, crepes, epongo, ratine and several other
now summer fabrics. Many fin
ished with fine laces and embroid
eries. They aro the very latest
models with now tunic skirts.
Several hundred In tho group, and
all aro regularly worth up to $15.
Dresses Worth to $10 at
Another very attractive group of
dresses as a special offering Satur-,
day, Among them are dresses of
fine lingerie cloth, voiles and
crepes In plain whito or striped
nd figured effects. All aro tho
very latest styles with tunic skirt.
Drosses regularly worth up to $10
aro Included in this group for Saturday,
cholco of a big selection on second floor at
Children's Wash Dresses
1,500 of Them Worth to $2
on Sale Saturday for
These dresses are among the most attractive
lots from the immense apparel purchase we re
cently made from a big eastern concern at about
ouo-thlrd regular price.
It Includes dresses of numerous styles all
fresh, new and right up-to-the-minute. There
aro ginghams, percales, lawns,, galateas and
voiles, daintily made and many neatly trimmed.
They are just such dresses as every mother likes
for her daughters, yet are priced below cost of
Ages 2 to 6 and 6 to 14. All worth up to $2.
Choice Saturday, 80c.
Misses', Boys' and
Children's Hose at
A splendid lot of fin and heavy ribbed stock
ings for misses, boys and children. These are
In fine, medium and heavy weights and are
very serviceable. Black, tan, white nnd col
ors. Also InfantB' socks some with roll tops.
Many are well known brands that sell up to
26c. All on sale Saturday at pair, 12 He.
Women's pure thread silk hose. $1.50 t -t
to $1.75 qualities. Pair...,,,, p 1
Women's fibre silk boot hose. White i Q
black and tan, 35c quality............ iZfC
Women's flno mercerized lisle ho- -t y 1
siery. Best 26c quality, at pa.lr. lzfC
Men's mercerized lisle finish and - QJL
cotton hose. 20c quality, at.7 ( . L. . . LCt 2 C
Men's pure silk and fibre sllk.Jioslery. QC
60c quality, at, pair...,...., aOC
Infants' full fashioned cotton and -i C
lisle socks. 25c and 35c values JLOC,
Infants' mercerized seamless socks, r
20c quality, at, pair 1UC
Extra Good Values in,
Women's $1 quality lisle union suits,
Very special for
Women's lisle union suits. Tho reg
ular 50c quality, at, suit
Women's llslo vests. Always sell for
50c. Cholco Saturday
Women's 25c lisle cumfy-cut vests.
Most comfortable fitting.
Women's 35c quality cotton union
suits. Extra values at.
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DELAY CONTAGIOH REPORTS
Dri Connell Says He Will Prosecute
Failure to Iteport,
C0MPLAIHTS HAVE BEEN MADE
Our. CliUd nt Dliilitherln He-
forc Quarantine U 5Iadi .An
other Cone AV a Wrk la
Delay In tniaranUnlnE cases of con
taslous dluea0o has Qau;fr complaint to
bo made to thq city health department
Tho health department put the blamq
largely on phyalclanfc who tall to tnalto
cpvrt at once of contaeione. It ta alleged.
Hvalth Commlfaloner It. W. Council
tut several timet sent circular letter to
uli phriilclani In the city ureipc tlivm to
fte more careful In preparing reports of
'ontaglous diseases and to use Bruate
Ttls delay caused ihe health ooinmli
kioner this year to notify physicians that
unreasonable delays would result In
fJne complaint made to the health de
partment says the child suffering from
diphtheria was dead ' before the iu'aran
tine was rnade. Another says tt was one
week after the child was known to have
diphtheria before the place was qua ran
The health department Is invealeatliiK
Wnen rases of contagious diseases are
reported to the health department cul
tures are taken and examined and rev
ports froro"tllew cultures are received
the arise day or -early the day follow
ing and a health cmployo'tf Instructed to
quarantine tho case nt "one;' 1
''We have been making "dni'phlH ' Xlsht
ncalnst contagions for nearly a year,"
said Dr. Connell "We hav beenham
lereU in this work by the negligence of
some doctors. I have notified lhese doc
tors that falluro to .report contagions
Vlll mean pi-osecutlona henceforth."
on Way to Harvest
A party of fifteen Omaha and Wlntio-
bago Indians from tho reservation In the
vicinity of Pender tarried at the Union
station waiting for a train to take them
south that they might reach the Kansas
John Hawk, spokesman for the party of
Indians, on harvesting bent, asserted that
they would travel until they found wheat
ready for cutting, that then they would
drop off the train and, in the fields, com
mence working their way back liani'c.
Uu anticipated that they would put In a
month or more of time at from JttO to
H.J0 per day.
KUGEL IS TO GO ON THE
OPERATING TABLE SUNDAY
rollcei Commissioner Al. C. Kuge) will
go to the Wlso. Memorial hospital Satur
day morning to submit to an operation
at the hands of Dr. Gllmore for relief
from stomach trouble. The operation is
considered a dangerous one.
Stomurh Troubles niMimirnr
by using KWHtrtr Hitters. Best remedy
for liver and kidney, indigestion, dys
pepsia and all stomach troubles 50c and
;fl. All drusgl'ts.-AdxertlsemenL
Customs Men Have
Tedious Job When
Did you ever count the threads in a
square Inch of cloth?
That task- falls almost dally to the lot
of men In the office of collector of
customs here In the administration of the
very complicated tariff governing cotton
cloths, the most frequent article im
ported being curtains and tapestries.
For Instance, It a sample of cloth con
taining fifty-one threads per square inch!
weighs more than 20.99 pralns per It
square Inches, the average number of the i
yarn composing the sample Is less than!
No. 9. If the sample la lighter nnd
welchs from 9.9 to tO Kralns. the nveraee
number of the yarn la between S and 19. j
Whenever the weight found Is within 4,
per rent of Its given equivalent weight, It
will be nrcsiary tq moke further trials
of at least four samples, and It the
weight Is again found to be within 4 per
cent the sample must be conditioned, I. e.,
dried to bone dryness and again added
Terfectly simple, isn't UT
Get Hid ot thn Torment of Ilheo
niatlam. Hemember how spry and active you
were' before you had rheumatism, back
ache, swollen, aching Joints and stiff,
painful muselesT Want to feel that way
agalnT You can-Just take Foley Kidney
.Pllli. Far they qulekly clear the blood
of the poisons that cause your path, mis
ery and tormenting rheunfatlsm. For
sate by all dealers everywhere. Advertisement.
3,000 pieces, tnclul
Ing dlshpans, cov
kettles, tea ket
tles and other
worth up to
Electric Fans, $6.95 and up
Wlrard gas lrots, $1.48.
fickle plated tray and crumb
scraper, 48c value, at 25c.
Rutlman vacuum washing ma
chines, worth 113.50, on sale
Havlland china dinner sets. 100
pieces decorated with delicate
pink roses and gold handles and
knobs, special, $30.50.
Genuine Guernsey Casseroles
In nickel plated frames. Highest
grade earthenware made. 7 and
8-lnch sizes. Regular $2.00 values.
20-Inch natural wavy switches,
$1 values, at
22-Inch natural wavy t r t
switches, $3 values, at Vpi.OU
22-lnch natural wavy Switches, ft o r c
$5 values, at
28-inch natural wavy switches, (tr- rf
$10 values, nt. 0UU
Hair Dressing, .Shampooing and Manicuring.
Appointments by 'Phone.
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