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TUB HKK: OMAHA, SATURDAY. SKITKMHKIt 12, 1914.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Hav Boot Frlnt It Now Beacon rrese.
rideiity torf end ran Co. Done. isi.
Lirhtlaa; riztur, Bursess-Granrten Ca
City Property For results, Ut that
hoiiFe with Osborne Realty Co. Call P.
Beautiful All Modern RomM Tor Salt
on the easy payment plan. Bankers'
ltealty Investment Co. Phone Poug-. 192.
BCra. Edward Qt Divorce Mr. Tenu
TMwnrds has been prnnted a divorce from
Samuel R.. with $"0 alimony as final set
tlement. Phe alleges nonsupport.
Crura n Becort Collection City Elec
trician M. J. Curran has reported to the
cltv council the collection of iV53 from
electrical permits issued from hl office
Clark Granted Divorce Frank Clark
hai been granted a decree of divorce
from Haiel, who failed to detena ine
dult. The husband allesed desertion and
Is awarded custody of a minor child.
"Today'. Complete Movie Procaine"
may be found on the first page of the
classified aectlon today, and appears In
The Be EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what
the various moving picture theaters offer.
Mrs. Borrow Cro Petition In a
divorce suit pending before District
Judge A. L. Sutton, the defendant, Mrs.
Ella Burrows, alleges, on cross petition,
that her husband, Francis E.. sought to
ecure grounds for divorce by having
amateur detective eet a trap for her.
Jerp Addresses Woonday Club J. P.
Jerpe, who spent moat of the summer In
Sweden and other parts of Europe, de
livered an address on European affairs
before the Noonday club at the Com
mercial club rooms. This was the first
of tho fall meetings of the Noonday club.
Palm Back from Teaa C. F. Palm,
residing at 3101 Burt street, has Just re
cently returned from a trip to the Pan
handle of Texas, where he has been visit
ing his farm, which is located In Hemp
hill and Wheeler counties. He reports
wonderful crop productions In that sec
tion of the country.
Utt Convalescing" John E. Vtt. gen
eral agent of the Rock Island road,
stricken with pnralysis. continues to Im
prove. He la able to get out of bed and
walk about the room. If the Improve
ment continues the attending physician
la of the. opinion that Mr. I'tt will be
able to be at his office next week.
Petit Juror Summoned Summons
are out for forty petit Jurors to report
at Norfolk for the term of the federal
court that will be convened there Sep
tember 21 by Judge Page Morris. The fed
eral officers from Omaha who will attend
are Marshal Warner. Deputy Marshal
McCallum, Clerk Hoyt, District Attor
ney Howell and Assistant Attorney Lane.
Xmprorer to Meet Saturday Tvenlng
Tho Board of Education has granted per
mission to the Rlvervlew Improvement
club to hold their meetings at the Edward
Ilosewater school. Tha club meets the
iccond and fourth Saturday of each
month at 8:15 p. m. All residents of the
Edward Rosewater Sdiool district have
been Invited to attend the next meeting
of thl club Saturday evening.
AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA
MIKE DUIN MAY SURVIVE
Joe Opritea, Stabbed by John Shnta,
Die of His Wounds.
Can of Quarrel Between R
nanlana ('loaded In Mystery
None Will Talk and "but
! I nonncerned.
TOOK GOODS TO TAILOR FROM
WHOM IT HAD BEEN STOLEN
When Ray Pcott, a colored porter. de
elded to have a new overcoat made out
of a piece of good he owned, he hap
pened to take It to a tailor who declared
that the fabric had 1 een stolen from his
shop two week before. Pcott wes ar
rested by Officer Karrand on the rhsrge
of petit Inrceny. He asserted that he
did not eteal the goods, but had bought
U from another man.
The Bee Want Ad Are the Best Business
FIELD CLUB TO ELECT
t I b-.T o rlotk In l'ie rrnlic. n:-. ' th
ri'ld dub frcim : to 7 r. lo.-k. Th ;
NEW DIRECTORS SEPT. 15 , 'n'"1 ;,n ,f,1,,iw th rl,,h at
0 II i iiii k, iirn n Pt.t UillUT IIIUPl' hi
entertainment will le given for the mem
ber Oolf pr.xes will also bt awarded
at the meeting.
Election of the directors for the Omaha
Tlfld club will be held Peptemtr 14. bal
lots to be cast at the Burlington ticket
tffUe, from 9 o'clock In the morning un-
Everybody Reads Be Want Ad.
trn:nl fr-" ' 'r::iana.
ItOITKRDA.M. a London, Sept. 11
An of'li la) tleriv 1 communication made
public hero ilenM Vint the Russian
have taken mrny prisoner at Iemberg;
that the fortieses t t'rsemy! Is sur
reunded by Rulan find that Rulan
force are advam tug on Cracow.
Ready for Their
At the meeting of the Douglaa County
A.,.liflnn of Nebraska Pioneer yester
day afternoon. President Lockner and
Secretary Edwards were authorlied to se
lect the general committee that wm iook
after the reception and entertainment of
the member of the Nebraska territorial
and state pioneer who hold their an-j
nual reunion in Omaha from September
SO to October S. They are also authorized
to apolnt all subcommittee and outline
the work that they are to perform.
President Yost of the Nebraska Terri
torial and State Pioneer association as
serted that with the sixty or more county
organization in the state the attendance
at tho reunion hould reach between 4,000
and 5,000. He wa of the opinion that the
pioneer Intended to make the reunion
something of a home-coming week and,
while they might not be In the city dur
ing the' entire four days, most of them
would remain two and a majority of them
three days, participating in the Ak-Sar
Ben festivities when not visiting frlendi
and relatives. He asserted that during
the home-coming week he would bo very
busy and to assist him In looking after
the want' of the visitor he had named
noma Miller. W. I. Klerstead, Martin
Dunham and W. B. Crounse a a com
mil tee. Thl committee, however, will not
take upon itself any of the duties devolv
lng upon the general committee from the
Douglas county association.
Resolution on the death of Mr. Ed
ward Rosewater, Mr. Dennis Cunning
ham and George Van Norman were re
ported, read and adopted and ordered
spread upon the records.
GERMAN ARMY CORPS
CUT, OFF FROM MAIN BODY
LONDON, Sept. ll.-A Paris dispatch to
the Dally Chronicle says:
"In the haste of the German' latest
retrograde movement many regiment of
German have been cut off and remain
In the wooded country within the triangle
of Senlls, Gonesse and Dammartln. It Is
believed that they amount In all to about
one army corps. They have been cut off
from the main body by the allies' linei
between Complegne and Meaux and their
situation Is precarious.
"The remarkable resistance of the
fortress at Maubeuge to the Invading Ger
mans is one of the most interesting fea
ture of the campaign. Because of Its
stubborn stand it has undoubtedly seri
ously embarrassed the Germans In bring
ing up field guns against Paris and main
taining their communication.
"Laon and Le Fere have been Invested
by the German and have perhaps fallen."
Joe Opritea. Roumanian, JO years old.
died last nleht at the South Omaha hos
pltnl of wounds inflicted In a fight last
Saturday n'ght over Joe Jerman'a saloon
at Twenty-sixth and P street by John
Bhuta. Mike Duln, also wounded in the
same fight, I still holding hie own at
the South Omaha hospital. Opritea wa
practically disembowelled by Shuta't
knife and Duln had hi throat cut.
There was little hope of saving the life
o! Opritea. but physicians hope that Duln
will live. Shuts, the man accused of the
crime. Is confined at the police station,
where he was taken Immediately after the
affray last Saturday night. He refuses
to discuss the case. According to Detec
tive Mike Glllln, the men had trouble some
days before the fight. It Is said that
Shuta was the aggressor. When told of
the death of Orrltra Inst night Shuta
showed little concern and appeared rot to
understand tho charge under which he
rests. Opritea' body was turned over to
Undertaker B. J. Iarkln.
Southern Market Affept Una
It I a far call from the feed lot of
Nebraska' farms to the cotton fields of
the south, and yet the connection be
tween the two is such that the local hog
market yesterday was practically at a
standstill In South Omaha. There were
only sixty carloads of hogs received and
all were disposed of, but hog men stated
that unless some way Is found to move
the cotton of the south the hog market
will be hot to pieces for some time to
come. According to one of the large hog
dealer at the yardB, this season generally
bring out the call for hog meat for the
negroes and cotton field worker of the
south.. This year the cotton market ;i
tied up on account of the war and In con
sequence the planter and the cotton men
are not buying pork meat and bacon
The temper of the market yesterday was
decidedly gloomy In view of the continua
tion of the war.
Hone Price Way tfp.
Horsemen at the yards say that the
erroneous report of foreign horse buyers
ha sent the prices soaring;. A week ago
a reiHJrt got out that army men from Eu
rope were buying horse for the war. In
consequence It Is said the farmers
promptly ran the prices up and now every
old plug ha taken on an added value In
the eyes of his speculative owner.
As a matter of fact it la said that an
order for 30,000 horse was placed In Can
ada markets by the belligerent. Thl or
der was then subdivided. About 100 or IS
horse were purchased at tho local yard
for the war. It Is said. The prices paid
ranged from 175 to 9125. tho last figure
being the final word of the purchasers.
Now It Is said the farmers are holding
their stock away up In the air and in
consequence things are a bit slow. The
horse dealers are the innocent bystand
er in the case and are suffering.
Back from state Fair.
Tired, but enthusiastic, the local dele
gation from the state fair arrived homo
last night after a big day at thej capital
city. There was a goodly turn out con
sldering the weather and all reported an
enjoyable time. A number have already
begun planning for the viit to th-i state
farm, which will come ome tlmo within
the next sixty days. This is the big day
and everybody with a drop of foot ball
spirit Joins the crowd.
Bonarht Too Bf nch.
Every mail bring us notices of higher
prices and many merchant are taking
advantage of the situation and are mark
ing the good bought at the old prices
In conformity with the new prices. We
are not going to do that here at Flynn'.
We figured on a big business this fall
and bought heavier than usual. We are
not looking for big prices, but we are
looking for big business, and every cus
tomer that helps us to It will be rewarded
by better value. Every one know the
character of Flynn' clothe. The tock
is bigger and better than ever before. In
our children's department you will find
better values than you can find anywhere
outside of this house. John Flynn & Co.
Mantle City ;olp.
Furnished rooms, modern; phone 8. 2802.
The Ancient Order of Hibernian will
hold their state .convention In the city
Office space for rent In Bee office, J3!8
N street. Term reasonable. Well known
location. Tel. South 27.
The local order of Rebekahs will meet
this evening at the Odd Fellow' hall at
Twenty-fourth and M street.
The Favorite Dancing club will give
a dance thl evening at the Rushing'
hall at Twenty-fourth and F street.
S. Jennie Llghnoviky will be p lease!
to meet her friend and customers thin
season with O'Connor A Emblem' hat
shop, 205 1'axton block, Omaha. Millinery
pening Saturday, September 13.
The Ladle' Aid society of the Flrat
Presbyterian church will give a dinner,
following a concert, to be held at the
church. Twenty-third and J streets, Sep
tember 17. .
The foot ball aquad of the high school
turned out for the first time this sea
nun on the new foot ball field at Twen
tieth and J streets. A large number of
new recruit were present
Mr. Frank Gordon of Los Angeles It
visiting with friends and the family of
Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart at Six
teenth and Missouri avenue.
The family of Mr. and Mr. Frank Bliss
have returned to the city from their sum
mer home and are domiciled at their resi
dence, Twenty-seventh and E streets.
Mr. Jennie Holmes left on Thursday
night for Chicago and an extended trip
through New York state.
The South Omaha Woman' Christian
Temperance union will give a tea at the
home of Mrs. James Parsley, 1017 North
Twenty-first street. Saturday at t p. m.
An Interesting program ha been pre
pared. The concert by mistake announced to
have been held Thursday evening, will be
held next Thursday evening at the First
Presbyterian church. Twenty-third and J
U. S. TO DECLARE WAR ON
GERMANS IF: JESUITS DIE?
LONDON, Sept. 11. A Jesuit priest, who
escaped from Louvaln. has written hi
father, Phillip Cooley of thl city, a fol
low: "All of our people escaped except eleven.
One of these was Ahot at once, as he
had a diary of the war on his person.
The others were taken to BruaaelH, where
they were to have Been ehot, but the
American minister stepped In and stopped
it. He told the German that hi govern
ment would declare war If any of the
persons were shot"
Kidney and Liver Troubles
quickly helped by Electric Bitter. Sure
and prompt relief. Stimulate the kidney
and liver to healthy action. Sue and $1.
All druguims. Advertisement.
Vance Lane Loses
and Recovers Auto
H. Vance Lane, formerly of Omaha,
now In New York, recently lost hi motor
car by theft and recovered It again in
a peculiar way. The New York Times
tell of the Incident In thl manner:
Through information furnished by a
woman, the police yeBterday arrested Her
bert Trolel, 2H year old, a chauffeur, of
226 West 145th street, and charged htm
with stealing an automobile belonging to
H. Vanre Lane of 643 West End avenue,
a director of the New York Telephone
company. Following Troiel's arrest. Jo
sept De uorenio. to w horn, according to
the police, Trotel sold the stolen auto
mobile for Sl, was arrested at his home
In West New York. N. J. The police say
Trolt 1 confeshed and gave then' lie !--renio
i name. The woman who informed
aguinst Trolel said that he had deceived
her In pretending to her that he was a
single man, whm in fact he was married.
Friday, September 11, 1914 Burgess-Nash Company Store News for Saturday Burgess-Nash Company Sixteenth and Harney Sts.
We Feature for Saturday a Remarkable Showing of
Beautiful NEW TAILORED SUITS at
Oh 1 Such Lovely MILLINERY
Therms Nothing Like It In Town"
THAT'S the expression of nearly every woman who
visits our big millinery section on the second floor,
.and she is right, too, for there is
not another showing of the ex
quisite in millinery that will com
pare with the one ready for you
ALL SILK LYONS VELVET
TRIMMED HATS AT $10.
$12,50 AND $13.00
Tou cannot equal the Quality at a
third more and as for style that Is In
dividual and distinctive no two alike.
All the new shapes. Including the
smart turbans of Belgian and French
Ideas, German helmets and Tommy At
kins' cap effects, also beautiful English
UNTRIMMED SILK VELVET HATS AT
$1.98. $2.98 and $3.98
A baautlful line, a shape and style to suit every fancy, and
offered to you at about halt the price we would have to ask If we
bought them today.
Bnreesa-Baeh O.- Beoona Vloer.
Smartly tailored and demi-tailored creations
with that air of individuality and exclusive
ness so much preferred by every woman,
WE TAKE great pride in our showing of tailored suits
at $25.00 Those who know tell us it's by far the
best line at the price offered in the city.
The best evidence of this claim is the fact that those
who nro undecided and go elsewhere to look invariably
oome back here and buy.
The Latest and Best Ideas
The styles and materials are the very newest. There
is a wide range of models for selection, including the much
talked of Ifrdingote aud Cossack style coats lined with
guaranteed satin. The skirts are plain yoke style.
The materials include poplins, gabardines, broad
cloths and men's wear serges in shades of Russian green,
negro brown, navy blue, plum and wisteria, also black.
Bnrre-aTah Co. Second rioor.
The Finest French Kid and Lambskin
GLOVES $1.25 $1.50 and $1.75 pair
WE WERE fortunate Indeed In receiving our Importation
of kid gloves for Fall you are fortunate, too, for the
prices are the same as before the advance.
These gloves featured for Saturday are for street and even
ing wear; best shades, such as navy, gray, tan and mode, also
black and white; two-clasp effects, newest stitchings.
Washable Leatherette Gloves at 75c and fl.OO
Two-clasp effects, all sizes, white, gray, tan and black
Borg-ess-Naan Co. Mala rioor.
Sept. 14th to 19th
YOU will find here a wonderful
display of materials for the
new fall suits and dresses.
Is the occasion for this great dis
play, and It will be Interesting
remarkably so. See windows and
Sunday papers for particulars.
Charming New Pussy Willow Taffeta
SILK WAISTS Saturday at $2.95
AND they are certainly charming such tempting dainti
ness. Very smartly tailored and finished with self colored
collar and cuffs.
luiwy Willow Taffeta Walnts at $3.30
ANOTHER style of exquisite beauty, tailored with hem
stitched collar and cuffs and fltvlshed with detachable
white pique collar.
Borrs-Wasn Co. fjeooad rioor.
" ADE of black cotton wltn
Maco split sole, no seams
across toe, spliced heel and toe,
very desirable for tender feet, 25c
quality, pair 8c
Child's Hose at 25c
Fine ribbed, . black cashmere,'
seamless; all sizes.
Barges-Bah Co. Main rioor.
Silk Petticoats at
TO WEAR with the new tailored
suits, Bilk Jersey tops, several
styles of flounces, good selection
of colors, and very special at $ 1.05
Burg-sss-Xrash Co. Beoona rioor.
Men's New Fall
Neckwear at 55c
A SPECIAL line cut from f
n high grade silks in some
shapes that would retail at
7.3c and $1 each. We had
them made in a shade small
er shape, but large enough
to make a good knot. Don't miss
this splendid value. Buy enough
to last the season, wear a differ
ent tie each day; our special
price Saturday, choice 55c
Barrels-Bash Co. Mala rioor.
For the Little Miss We Have Provided
Well For Hor Needs In Warm Apparel
THERE is no school Saturday, so bring the little miss down and let her help you select
her dressos and coat. She'll enjoy it and so will you.
Girls' Dresses at 98c
Girls' Dresses at $3.95
Agm t to U Tears.
ADE of a splendid quality of
wool serge with pleated skirt
and waist; good selection of colors
and a very special value.
Girh' Dresses at $1.50
Aye te 14 Tear.
.t'"" pt-ni H nlfld. and
strip: made with pleated skirt;
very desirable for school wear.
BniT-Basli Co. Second rioor.
Are f to 14 Tears.
SPLKNDIJ) selection, made of
fine ginghams in strioes.
plaida and checks, with pretty
pleated skirt; large range of colors.
Girls' Coats, $5 to $15
Are te 14 Tear.
NEW style for fall wear, fancy mix
tures, checks and plain colors, chev
iots, serges and zlbllines; many feature
new military collar.
Burre-Baah Co. Second rioor.
A 50c CORSET
COVER at 25c
H1TE cotton, lightly fleeced,
high neck, long sleeves.
taped at waist, shell stitched.
50c Union Suits, 30c
Women's fine white cotton
union suits, medium weight, high
neck and long aleeves.
Kayser'a Union Suit
for women. Kayser brand, low
neck and sleeveless, white cotton
cuff, knee length, band tops.
KImm 4, 5 and 0 for . . 50c
Sizes 7, 8 and 9 f or . . 50c
Child's Vests at 25c
White or cream color fleece
lined vests or pants.
Him ae-Bah Co. Kiln rioor.
Men'j $3.00; $4. nnn $!S.CQ Soft HATS
In a Rousin?
aturaav at $1.45
SyiiA, nere is your golden opportun-
.Yx ity. A fortunate purchase brings
u a sample line of men's soft hats
ad this is going to be a soft hat season
-that are $4 and $5 values, at $1.45,
md think of it, right at tho beginning
)f the season, too.
They Are the Sample Lines of "Glmblo,"
"Hats" and 'Oonnetta," Makers
of Early High Grade Hats.
narui; toj but not a nat in tne tot worm icss man ij.uu,
and many of them are $4.00 and 5.00 values. Come, here's your hat
for 11.45. Tell your friends about It, better yet, bring them with ou,
Bnrrss-Hash Co. Mala rioor.
The HOMEFITTERS SALE
Continues During Saturday
WITH SPECIAL VALUR ATTRACTIONS IN EVERY
SUCTION OF THE STOK'E OIVEN OVER TO MER
CHANDISE OP THIS KIND.
IF" YOU HAVE FIJINS OR NEEDS OF THIS SORT
IT IS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO PARTICIPATE IN TI1I8
Bring the Boy Here Saturday For One
of These Splendid Norfolk Suits at $3.98
HE'LL be proud of the suit and you will be pleased with the value
New style Norfolk with stitched belt and patch pockets, grays,
blues and browns in cheviots, cassi meres, serges and corduroys. Some
have two pair of pants.
Boys' Suits at' $4.98.
A splendid line, serges, cheviots, casKimeres and worsteds; good se
lection of colors; some have two pairs of pants.
Boys' Suits at $6.50.
Finely tailored in every new style favored this season, cheviots and
cas8imereB predominate, choice selection of patterns and colors.
Bnrreee-Bash Co. Main rioor.
Women's Shoes With Style and Comfort at $3.50
THERE are several very pretty styles and every one possesses that much-sought quality combination of
style and comfort. Made of patent leather, gun metal and vtel kid with cloth or mat kid tops. The
soles are very flexible, full Louis, Spanish Louis, Cuban and military heels. Kxceptional
values at, pair, fS.50.
The New "SAVOY" SHOE at $5.00
This beautiful dress shoe Is the very last word in Fall shoe style; made In button
pattern on a medium pointed last; light weight flexible hand finished soles and full Louis
heels. The material Is patent leather vamp and fine black cravenetted cloth tops and
backs. A very superior shoe In both style and quality, at 95.00
Misses' and Children's School Shoes.
Button shoes for school wear, made from selected gun metal stock with flexible,
sewed rock oak soles, broad and medium toe lasts, perfect fittlnr and very comfortable;
the best misses' shoe made.
MJsaea' sisee, 11H to 2, for, per pair, 92.25 to 92-75.
Children's sizes, 8H to 11, at, pair, 92.00 to 92.50.
Iloys' and Youths' School Shoes.
Button and lae styles, gun metal and box calf leathers, solid oak leather sewed
soles, broad toe lasts that fit perfectly and give comfort every minute. These
are the best shoes made at the price.
Yonths4 sizes, 0 to 13 H, per pair, 92J25 to 9.I.OO.
lioys' sizes, 1 to 5H, Pr pair, 92.50 to 9.1.50.
ECONOMY BASEMENT SALESROOM
Women's $22.50 TAILORED SUITS
Featured in the Basement at $14.98
BEAUTIFUL new styles in pop
lins and gabardines, long coat
style, lined with guaranteed satin,
new style yoke skirt; black, navy
blue and brown; regular $22.50
values, Saturday at $14.98
Women's $7.50 to $10 Tailored
Skirts at $4.98
A sample Una bought at a big under
price. Made of a splendid quality of
materials, tunic style, In plain and
combination colors, worth $7.60 to
$10.00, for $1.08
Silk Petticoats at $1.69
Made of fine messallne silk In the pop
ular shades of blue, green brown and
plum, also black, special 9 l ot
$1.50 Mercerized Petticoats, 98c
Extra full width, with a deep flounce,
all colors and black, regular $1.60
values for USc
Women's $1.50 Waists at 63c
Samples, but every one Is a pretty cre
ation and a remarkable value; wide
selection of styles and materials; splen
did values at $1.50; Saturday, choice
Misses and Children's Shoes
Made In button and lace styles from gun metal leather,
soles, good fitting lasts that ar roomy and comfortable.
Slses 11H to 2, pair. 91.49; sizes 5 to 8, pair, 91.30
Boys' and Youths' School Shoes
Both button and lac styles, made from full weight calfskin,
aolid soles; good, durable school shoes.
. Sizes 1 to 5H, pair, 91.05 and 9"--23; sizes 0 to 18H, pair, 91.80
and 91-05. Bar rasa-Bash Co. Bes.meat.
DOR AX CHIPS at 19c
CREPE toilet paper, 4 10c rolls
P. & G. Naphtha Soap 4c.
BURGESS - NASH COMPANY
25c Liquid Veneer 17c
Safety matches, 500 for So
Household ammonia, 1 quart. 18a
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