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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 11, 1914)
TIIE BFTC; OMAHA, SATl'HDAY, Jt hY 11. 1914.
From Our Near Neighbors
flrjr 5ot'J Aa
C. W. Fnhnestock whs a Lincoln visitor
Pherlff Qulnton was her from Plntts
Tho Mnnley ball team will play the
locals here Sunday.
Homer qreenrmt of Shonandonh. la., Is
visiting relatives here.
Ora K. .Copes ami wife spent Sunday
with Lincoln relatives.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chris N'utzmon were at
Mnnley Sunday vlsltlns.
Harry A. Oaks and wife wore Lincoln
visitors the first of tho week.
Mrs. Charles Kauffman and datmhter
of Lincoln were hero this weej vlsltlns.
Mrs. Johnson of Iowa Is vlsltlnjr at
the George Wanderer home east of town.
James Richardson andi wife were here
from Eagle this week, vlsltlntr Avoca,
Mrs. G. V. Drcazealo and daughter,
Mary, are spending tho week with rela
tives nt Phelps. Mo.
Charles Fchrader and family of Coun
cil Bluffs have been visiting at the homo
01 J. H. Busch here' this week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Canflcld and daugh
ter of Inland were here this week visit
ing at the homo of Fred McGrady.
Mrs. I. W. Fahnestock spent several
days this week with hor daughter. Mrs.
Charles "Woodson, at Council Bluffs.
Henry Ktihnhenn, Fred Bartel, J. C.
Zlmmerer and B. C. Marquardt made up
a party that motored to I'lattsmouth
Following Is the schedule of the Cnss
County league next Sunday: Manley at
Avoca, Nehawka at Eagle, Cedar Creek
W. E. Countryman and family of Ne
hawka spent Sunday at tho home of
William Mapcl. Miss Audrey Mapel ac
companied them home for an extended
Clark Marshall returned hume from
Mrs. August ICocrner Is spending several
weeks at Excelsior Springs, Mo.
John Toft left Wednesday for Excelsior
Springs Mo, whero he will take the baths.
William Knapp was called to Minnesota,
Friday, by tho sudden death of his father.
Mrs, W. G. Jones was called to Missouri
Valley, by tho serious Illness of her
Peter Peterson, W. H. Crane nnd Bob
tJunnoly were Fremont paBaongcrs last
Miss Maud Sumner has returned to her
home at North Bend, Neb., after a week's
visit with relatives here.
Henry Roberts motored over from
Tckamah, Thursday afternoon for a
short visit with relatives.
Lem Vorhels of College View, Neb.,
spent a month visiting old friends hete,
leturnlng home Tuesday.
Mrs. Charles Klngdon and daughter,
Stella, of Kennard were guests at tho
home of W. B. Antrim Saturday.
Mr. and Sirs. Frank lladley came up
from Omaha and spent the Fourth with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hadley.
Tho Misses Julia nnd Mary KraJIcck
left Wednesday for Schuvler, Neb., to
visit relatives and friends for two weeks.
Mm. Fanny McCoy and daughter, Mrs.
K. B. Gray, departed Tuesday for Lin
coln, where they will visit for a while.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kohler came out
from Omaha, where they will visit with
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Gaines for some time.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Gresselman motored
to Fremont Friday. They brought Miss
Florence Ahlmeyer home with them to
Bpend the summer.
W. D. Long returned home Monday
from Herman, where he and his wife
have been visiting tho last week. Mrs.
Long returned Thursday.
Mr and Mrs. C. U. Cook. Miss Julia
Kraj'lcek and the Misses Agnes and
Eleanor Krajlcek of Howells spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Freeman of
Mrs. G. C. Marshall and daughters.
Misses Blanche and Gertrude have re
turned from Los Angeles, Cat., where
Mrs. Marshall has spent the last year
for her health.
Georgo Marshall and family. Mrs. C. C.
Marshall and daughters. Leta and Bva,
and Rev. A. T. Davis will leave Monday
for Echo Lodge. Wis., for an outing of
about six weeks,
Mrs. Louise Gllfry and daughter, Irola.
left Thursday for Lincoln lor a short
visit with relatives, and from there wHl
go to western Nebraska to visit rela
tives for a short time.
Rev. J. D. Hammel departed for Chey
enne Wyo., Wednesday wnere he will
stay a few days, returning via Denver,
where he will spend about four weeks,
slght-scclng and visiting relative.
Mis. M. H. Garrison went to Council
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Covington of Ben
son soent Saturday ana Sunday In Valley.
Mrs. Alary Hempsted c.me from Tlldeni
Wednesday for n few -lays1 visit before
starting for Canada
Mr. and Mrs. I P. Byars and family
oamc out from Benson to spend the week
end with relatives.
Miss Lillian Morrow left Friday for
'Ickumah, Neb., where she will visit her
I nentfi until August 1.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nightingale came out
from Omaha Saturday for a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Nightingale.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nichols, J. T. and
Miss May, motored to Omaha Friday to
bo the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Haney.
Mr. and Mrs. Corrlngton of Decatur, la.,
are visiting their daughters, Mrs. John
Monohan and Mrs. Fitzgerald, this week.
C, B. Nichols, accompanied by Miss
Nichols took Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Eddy
and children to Fremont Monday to at
tend the Richards-Eddy wedding.
The Board of Education met Monday
evening and organized for the coming
year. The following officers were re
elected: W. E. Weekly, president; Mrs.
Anna Ingram, secretary, and F. C. Ken
The regular monthly meeting of the
"Busy Bees" was held in Doherty hall
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. II. p.
Ferree, Mrs. W. R. Nightingale, Mrs.
Nels Anderson and Mrs. S. Lutton served
the lunch, A large number were, In attendance.
fine of V arid costs. Gregory has ap
pealed the case.
Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Countryman have
Bono to Schenectady, N. Y., for an ex
tended visit with their daughter, Mrs.
Miss Maude Nlssley, a former teacher
In the high school here, but now teaching
on the Pacific roast. Is visiting her sister,
Mrs. S. J. Marshall.
Returns from the school census Just
taken for this school district show a total
of 404 of school age. This Is a falling off
of seven since last year.
The democratic committee of the county
will meet here July IS for the purpose of
calling the primaries and making arrange
ments for tho county convention.
Mrs. L. R. Leonard Is selling her house
hold goods and will move to Chinook with
her family to Join her husband, who has
a position In a lumber yard there.
John Watson Is visiting his sister In
W. E. Bates returned Wednesday from
a visit to Chicago.
Frank Satterfleld of Taylor. Ncb was
here this week visiting relatives.
John Peters of Bdlcvuo visited Ills
brother, W. H. Peters, this week.
Roy Whitney has started his building on
his new residence In the north part of
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Haney went to Peru
by automobile the latter part of last
The wedding is announced of Miss Eliz
abeth Rlngo of St. Francis, Kan., who
formorly lived here, to Mr. Robert Cram
of St. Francis. Kan.
Georgo Bates will start Saturday for
the eiut. going to Niagara Falls and
Now York. He will bo accompanied by
his daughter, Dorothy.
George Russell of Bushuell, Kimball
county, one of Springfield's early set
tlers, was here this week. He had not
been here for eighteen years.
Henry Gottsch Is able to he out nftc
a protracted Illness of rheumatism. He
says he hus lost twenty-two pounds and
is still the largest man In the county.
A call has been made by the president
of the Picnic association for a meeting
to make arrangements for the annual
picnic to bo held some tlmo In August.
Mr. and Mug. Gus Sundall and two
children, Karnlo and Sorn, spent the
Fourth at Ashland. They returned Sun
day evening, bringing with them their
little Mary Olsen.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Brewster and Mr.
Evens and Mrs. S. R, Brewster visited
at the Babbit home In Keystone Park
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Knight, Mr. and
Mrs. S. R. Brewster, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Tayler. Beatrlco Knight, Matta Brew
ster, Ralph Hall and Chrlstlno Wlltzke
had a picnic at Arlington the Fouth.
Misses Minnie and Annie Hanson nnd
Harold Christy of Sioux City are visiting
at the James Johnson home.
Mr. and Mrs. Hulrlck of Omaha visited
at tho S. N. Thomsen homo Saturday.
Mrs. West Williams and two children,
Ralph and Louis, of Chadron, Neb., is
visiting at the Wesley Williams home.
Mrs. John Cnmeron entertained Mrs.
Russcorn of Omaha a few days last week.
ATI ID n A V
m StANDCis Smers
of Our Great
Jumped from the start-people know what a HALF PRICE
SALE means at this store and are always promptly on hand.
Others will come as soon as they learn that the clothes they
can buy here at this sale are the productions of the highest
class tailors in the world.
Suits from "The House of Kuppenheimer," "Stein-Bloch,"
"Schloss Bros.," "Society Brand" for young men and the
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX
ALL AT HALF PRICE
Saturday enthusiasm will be at a boiling point. So be on hand EARLY.
$10.00 SUITS $12.00 SUITS $15.00 SUITS $18.00 SUITS $20.00. SUITS
5 6 $9 $1 0
$22.50 SUITS $25.00 SUITS I $30.00 SUITS j $35.00 SUITS $40.00 SUITS
Straw Hats Greatlv Reduced
$5.00 values $3.00
$J and $; values $1.85
$2.50 values . ...$1.35
$2.00 values ....$1.10
$1.50 values 85c
$1.00 values 50c
Panamas, Bangkoks and Leghorns
$0.50 and $G.()0 vnl-
$.12.00 values. .$8.50
$10 and $8.50 val
$7.50 values . . .J 55.75
$5.00 VRlUOB S4.00
$4 and $3.50 values. $2.05
Our entire stock of Boys' Suits divided into 0 prices
$1.95, $2.95, $3.95
$4.95, $5.95, $6.95
Hundreds of beautiful suit models nnd pnttorns to ehoose
from and were formerly sold from $3.50 to $12.00'
An onrly choice is always the best
and Underwear .
81 MC SHIRTS
$5.00 Shirts, now .S3. 50
$4',50 Shirts, now 83.25 "
t't Eft Clilrlo nn, ! PT ? .
$2.50 Shirts, now ..81.75;
With Soft French Cuffs Sonic With
Soft, Detachable Collars. ;
$2.00 Shirts, now S1.35
$1.50 Shirts, now 81.15 d
91. u oniric, iiuw '......IOC
$1.00 Shirts, now 75
Athletic Union Suits
50S 75S 81.00 to 83.50
Athletic Underwear 50c, 75c,
$1.00 to $2.50
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
$1.50 Values Q5C I
$1.00 Values 75
75o ValueB 50c
50c Values 35'
Mrs. John McCarthy and daughter,
Eleanor, were guests of her son. Ed Mc
Carthy, the Fourth.
Mr. and Mrs. George Empey and baby
of Omaha spent the Fourth and Sunday
with the home folks.
' The swings, band stand and tables
erected In the park before the Fourth
are to be left for permanent use.
Mrs. Mayrao Smith and two sons were
tho guests of Mrs. O. Royce and Miss
Jessie Royce the first of the week.
.Sister M. Gabriel returned to her home
In Omaha Monday after a week's visit
with her sister, Mrs. J. R. Wilson.
Miss Mary Eastman, George Eastman
and Ed AI Smith of Omaha were guests
of the John Welsh family for the Fourth.
The Boy Scouts are camping this week
at the Platte river, south of town. Super
intendent H. A. Collins, scoutmaster, and
Rev. I,. A. Thompson are with tho boys.
IMA MARIflNA TIMF CATIIDnAV
But Lively Stepping to the Martial Music of War on Profits.
We Have Had a Splendid Half Year, Thank You!
From January 1st, week by week, month by month, our business has grown and prospered. No hard times story over touched us. Wo never wore anxious to do all the
business others must live also. We take it that every decent business in this neck of the woods has prospered and there is a great big bunch of prosperity in front of us
unless all signs fail. NEVER MIND THE FAKIRS (They will get theirs). One of the first letters opened by us this morning started with: "Well, old man, it looks as if you
were sure of getting plenty of grub at any rate we hoar wonderful tales in the effete East of your glorious West.". Right you are old boy wo said to ourselves and now
we will-get READY TO REAP THE HARVEST. SATURDAY, THEREFORE, WE WILL MAKE SUCH PRICES AS MUST CLEAR THE DECKS FOR FUTURE AC
TION. READY-TO-WEAR FIRST Just before we start our story, let us gently remark: "Now Bathing Suits Just Received." A lot of White Skirts Just In, Saturday, $1.98 ea.
Smashing Prices on China & Glassware
Mrs. George Olive Is visiting her hus
band at Columbus.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. P. I Strough,
Friday, July 3, a girl.
Miss Lizzie Reed is spending a ten days'
vacation in Kansas City.
Mrs. Ole Oleson and daughter are vlslt
,'lng relatives In St Joseph, Mo.
Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Shannon are visiting
the doctor's parents at Pawnee City.
Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Johnson and fam
ily are visiting relatives at Stromsburg.
Ross Rich, who Is a brakeman on the
Banta Fe out of LaJunta, Colo., is visit
ing his parents .here.
The school board has decided - upon a
levy of 23 mills for the coming year,
which Is a reduction of 1 mills.
Mrs. Lottie Anderson has gone to Rosa
lie for a six weeks' visit with her daugh
ters, Mrs. Chris finell and Mrs. Earl Jen
kins. lister Gregory was arrested Tuesday
night on the charge of auto speeding. He
pleaded not guilty, but the Justice of the
jxiace decided otherwise and assessed a
NOW HARK" All our Silk Suits j ON A RACK,
sold up to $50.00 ; . . . L19 fa i- l
All our Silk Coats, sold up to $35.00. . ) "011
Summer Dresses Two specials Saturday, $3.50
and $5.00 each.
And now TWO LOTS of Fine Dresses at prices
which should awaken intense interest. All the fine dresses
in one or the other lot. Priced previously up to $35.00
Lot 1, Saturday, $10.00. Lot 2, Saturday, $15.00.
The slaughter of prices suggests VILLA, for the cut
ting is radical with this difference, however, the inno
cents will profit, not suffer. Infants' Kimonos, small
lots, made from light crepe, sold to $1.50, at two prices,
48c and 98c. Small boys' Bloomer Dresses nt $1.00
and $1.98 these sold up to $3.50, Rompers 39c. Bibs
19c and 25c. Infants' hand made and hand embroid
ered dresses V Price. Children's Middies, 69c, formorly
up to $1.50.
We are loath to mention former
prices on these Coats fearing it may
sound a little like the big tales of the
fakirs. But in no other way can wo
rightfully put before you an idea of
the wonderful bargain in this offer
ing. $15.00 many were others a
CHILDREN'S HATS-Sold up to $1.50, at 25c
each. A lot of those which were high priced down to $1.
Junior Suits for older girls and small women, just a
few all told. Some sold as high as $35.00, at $10 each.
A few of the Expensive Coats, priced previously from
$25.00 to $35.00, WILL GO on Saturday at, f
each W I Jr
Prom the age of 3
up to the age of 15.
at 10 A. M.
the Price for pick.
Note the emphasis on "will go." We have confidence
that our friends know a good thing when they see it.
Men, We Promised a TALE
on SHIRTS for Saturday
Here goes. We secured a lot of well fitting shirts
good materials, excellent patterns, well tail- TP ft
ored worthy to exchange for $1.00 and jff
even $1.50 each. Saturday, one price V V
A short tale soon told. Our windows have told tho
story to hundreds and mark tho prophecy, men, there
will be a crowd of buyers so be early for your particular
Union Suits of Nainsook and Poros Knit, Globe, otc.
$1.00 has been the established price, Saturday 79c.
Night Shirts of Cambric a real saving of lGc on
each one bought 59c Saturday, rplendid at 75e.
Union Suits lisle and mercerized, $1.29 instead
Now, why 4 -ln-hand unless named nfter tho ties worn by those
who cracked their whips over four horses in the old stago coach
days? They are very popular now, more so after Saturday's sale.
3 for a half, ft for a whole. In other words, 3 for 50 nd 3 for
Women's Hosiery and Underwear
Saturday you can buy a Illack Silk HtocKInK or rather a pair
also tans; worth 85c and $1.25, for 59 pair.
Women's Vests, white and colors, 35 instead of 50d
Union Suits 37J, Q3, 79. 98j AM, Kxtra Values.
Some very special bargains at If) each. For this price you
will get women's suits which sold at 50c, vests which were 25c.
Children's Undorwear at lO. IK and 2S.
And now an item which will make a 1Mb Noise. A sale of cot
ton materials. Imported dress goods. Not a very big lot. We will
bid them farewell Saturday at 39 Yard. Should not be much
Hesitation, for they were $1.00, 1.60 aye, even $2.00.
Note the Items; If you find anything to suit, be on hand oarlv
bring your boy along. Prices so low cannot agree to doUver any
of these ltoinn alone. ;
Imported etched and cut glass garden flower vases,' 98 in
stead of $1.00 and $1.75; 81.68 fr what sold at $3.00. Extra
special etched water tumblers; thin blowu glass, O Pieces for 20S
tho regular price Is 4 5c. May not be enough to go around, so not
moro than 12 to any customer.
Wntr Sets A largo pitcher and fi glasses, grape cut designs.
Tho whole lot for 81.. 00. Glass, Sugar and Creamer, grape;deslgQ.
25c Per set. ' f
From Tho Undennuslln Section comes newB of what Js called
the Modesty Skirt. Made of fine muslin with double panel front,
fitted top, embroidery scalloped odge; 81.00 tho prlco Saturday.
Here's Another, and a very special ono at 59. At 39 wo
offer a fitted Drassiere, embroidery top and bottom; usually 50c.
.inWEMtY SECTION Something New Storllngtsllver bodkin
in moire silk case, 2 In a case, for 29S Bhould bo 50c. Engraved
and engine turned' at 38d mado to Hell up to 90c. Tango bead
necklaces,, Ambe Color and fancy glass, 29 for choice, sold before
up to $1.00.
Right at This Point
Wo mention what Is perhaps tho greatest of nil tho day's attractions.
Twice a year wo clean up a lot of fine ribbons; from the biggest
dealers In the country. They know our outlet for the choic
est goods, and so there Is no bartering elsewhere. Whatever the
have broken lots, odd assortments, sample pieces wo take them,
all and usually the prices are about Vij of the original.
10 A. .M. Tllfs HAI,E STARTS Exquisite is the word. '38d
for all silk fancy warp print Dresdens, flowered, Roman stripes
sold up to 85c per yard. We bought them 'a little less than price
And at 69 Cents
Gorgeous Dayaderes, Roman stripes, warp prints, etc. RibbonB
worth up to $1.50 por yard. Now there, la going to. bo some keen
rivalry for some of the extremely choice designs, but the crowd Is
always good nntured at Kllpatrlck's. By the way, we smoked some
of them out In our last ad. Why don't you ask questions yourself,
brother? AVe will be frank with you. No hard feelings. Wo really
mean It for your good. You could not match tb.lsy lot .anyway.
One Item at the silk section price. Ask about it. It's a
surprise, Specials at Glove Department all day.
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