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AFFAIRS AT S0I1TH OMAHA V lh b"V from cr,,n dlMurb.' .Tcrfemn Mwt. rtlr.1 1km ThurMiiy : tertaliwi ThurMur vn(nK mtxool
uiiiutiu ni UVUIIl VlUnun (-veiim it ')! home Th fi:ncnl ni l linwin hrr in h,r f Ml.. r
Kittie Gelbman Ran Over by Mc !
.- Cord-Braay'i Automobile Track !
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f CHILD IXAYIKG IS STREET I
'.ondHln. Critical am Uimaila
! Bath t.r My B 1rr. I
rr, Sr the rhrl
Kitty Olbman. .yvi-oM daih:r of i
Mr. and Mrs. John Ottrr.an. H" South
McCord-Brady auto f.-ttck while mum-1
r .. rag home rrom -hof! Friday afternoon, j
.... KiT-ni iM-yurmu ni i niny-sixin nr.a
- VT strati when the ch."ld with wme com
HaBlons was playing- t tne rrr. tntrr-
lrt'.m ,Tk kt. - - - j . i . .
; round th corner, knocked tt:r t-hlld to
' th pavmnt and paead ever hoth hfr
. iea juat above the nnkl.
Tred Carlaon, .SW Nrr;:i T nt;"-!oTirth
itreet, Omaha driver of the vhl'-t,
pkd tip the child, while hln h1pr;- t-le-phoned
the Pouth Omaha poll.e station.
I Detective Lfvln.k? hurried to the toene
as did Dr. Edward Chaloupka. who hud
heen summoned. The child wr removed
I to the fouth Omaha honpltat, where he
T Is aald to be In a critical condition.
Both legs ore badlj- fractured and an
, luyuuuun iy&y oo nccesnary. mansion
; was not held at police headquarter, us
J It eeems the accident wee unnroldable.
John Oelbman, the father, Is employed
at the Cudahy racking company piant
T. and did not learn of the -.crldenl until
I he returned from work In the evening.
. laaaae from rain.
Fred Parke, painter, 319 North Taenty-
third street, became temporarily de
L ranged rrMay afternoon aa th result of
pain caueed from painter's colic. He was
discovered In half-fainting oondlilon.
T. rropped against a lamp poet at Twentr
; fourth and F streets by W. F. Cox, who
with a companion was pasxlng In his
J automobile. Parks was removed to his
home, where he became extremely vl-
lent Although he weighs but 110 pounds,
"m It reqtjtred the efforts of five men to hold
i him. Drs, F. O. Deck and C. L Do Lan-
nry were summoned and the man was re
moved to the hospital, where he Is serl-
ously 111. Parks bss been a resident of
Pouth Omaha for many years and about
two years ago experleiced a like attack.
I? . CloiM) Reartatratlexi f'ampaian,
E. E. Howell and Laurie J. Quint r
L spoke befora a large gathering In front
" . of the city hall last night, as a wlndup
- to the registration campaign that has
Z been going on for the Isst two days. A
much larger crowd of voters accepted the
- chance to register yesterday than did on
Z' Thursday: A summary of the two days
shows about an even , number of both
Z parties having registered, which fact
1 geemed to please the speakers, who de-
- ciared they didn't care what party regl.-
tered the largest number Just so the
J voters answered the call.
. Feeder Brln Hlicb Priors.
Oood feeder cattle sre sought after by
hovers at the stock yards and In many
' Instances cattle feeders outbid the pack
ers for choice grass stuff. One bunch of
T tn head of range steers sold for J8.TS per
hundred. They averaged 1,223 pounds
each. These cattle were raised by J. R.
Ohaland of Cherry county and were sent
to a Nebraska feed lot. It is predicted
- at the stock yards that this bunch will
T (eil at close to Ml per hundred when put
on the market as finished corn-fed beet,
Ilnnnon ' Demands Contract.
Panlel llannon and property owners
- along' Twenty-seventh street, between ' 1
T,- and li streets, have petitioned the equity
1 branch f the district "court for an ai
j ternatlve ' writ of mandamus against
. fiooth Omaha city officials. Tney pray
that the officials shall tie ordered to
; meet and designate- a certa.li paving
material to be laid on the street in ;ue8-
Uon, ' and give Hannon the contrwt for
the. Job. They also ask for an order r-
straining the offlolal,. from givlnsr the
I contract to the National Construction
corrpany, which bid on another brand of
- saving blocks' than that desired by the I
1. ibuttirig property owiwr. j
Infant Salllvan Ules. I
.Viable Sullivan, the three-and-one-Uul-
- r.ionth old daughter of Mr. end Mis. F.
H. J. Sullivan of thin city died Thureday
Z night at the home of her parents, 7132 V
street. Mra Sullivan, vho was formorly
7 Miss 'Essie Currsn, Was deeply affected
1 by the loss of her child. The funeral
- will be held at the rcHldence th! aft-
ernoon at 3 o'clock. lntennnt will be
made at the St. Mary's emctery.
- Oatarlon f lab Officers.
U .' The Centurion club held their ceml
"m tnnual election of office-.- Thwsrlnv
- evehlngat tfte clubr-)ms oa Twcntj -1,
lfth and F streets. Officers to crvc
Ourlcg the cr.ni'nshalJ year, btginnln;
November 1. hio:
I Pres-ldcr.t. .Vartln J. Ccn'uoy; vine prr.ii
tlrfit. I cti.MardUm; secrctury, Jumes J.
Kalilvati: 'treasurer, John CavunaUKh:
Z (,overtior, Harry lylte, Oeurgc Parks. r.,
'. .. J. Heafy. sr., Thomuj Sullivan, Mike
V-.ilkln,- Frank Smith.
Jlasjlc Ity fosalp.
Tlia Superior club will give a dance
this evening at Sclillts hall. ,
The Junior class of the high school v nt
; on a hike to Albright yesterday aitn
Th local order of Kagles wjll kIvo a
T dance this evening at their hull at
Twenty-third ani N street.
. ' The Ixiyal Order of Mooe will e've n.
dancing party th.s evening at the Moore
H ;fcall at Vwuuty-fii'th and M streets.
. Mia. P. J. Martin, wifo of h city
treasurer, Itft lust even.ng fcr Chl-
! ' cago. where she will spend e-tral weeks
The Indejitnaent Order of Odd Fellows
' will ra-'ct rext Monday cvenlnc in their
, regular weekly session at their hall on
Twenty-fourth and M t reels.
Among those fn the city with c.tt!o
sre J. N. Swain, Malvern, la.; H. Bran,
Crookston; II. O. Hrown, Fairmont,
and C. H. Walters, North Plstte.
The Haptlst church. Twenty-fifth end
H street, will hoid Its regu'sr servUus
', Sunday t U o'clock In the momlnt and
. 7: in iho evtiog. I1sv. U'.JUm.u ic
- HHI wlU preach.
Rate Expert Powell snd his a?s:itan;
South Oi.iaria stock yards and ha re
turned to L.ncom. 'i'fae jics.ing will
take place Tueeiny. -
The Iidlee' Aid society of the rcsby.
terlan church ni'.l gie a tea ut the
home of Mrs. C. l. Kads, Twcuty-s x th
and A streets, ihe afternoon of Octobet
U. Friends ar invited. -,
Miss Edith Bestenlehuer entertained for
her sister at an aluminum shower Thurs
'day. The evening was spent In knitting
a quilt, which was presented to the guest
of honor. Uecorations were in pink and
Chief of Police Brlgse Is too busy this
fall to jo on a due hunt. Brixgs is
hunting votes In his campaign for f heritf
and aa a result a Dumber of South
Omaha people who have depended on
tha chief. for gome will be forced to ro
Anton SLaktwiM rn-1 Stanley Bock-n.
.who live mest of the s'.oia yards, have
-'been ar.-eau-d tor i.'eal.ng corn from a
field near tiitir l.on-.;. OffI.-i Joe Pal
lew made the arrest and causht the
. men with two saks of corn In their pos
' An Vat cltirtn at Twentieth and H
streets phoned police headnuartara last
night to inform the desk, sergeant that he
oouid not sleeu because the boys of the
neighborhood wars playing foot bail be
, Ui.bW wUdow. An off leer was seat
William TW.-rko end Arthur Penc
r reported to It very low at the South
;maha hospital. A lsr ponlon of
t-iwn.t- skull hi t c-n remove-! and
Kechl. hns d-tlorcd xvmrtom of
rniiinnls. It in ..aid thl the ihante
for recovery Is cr renxote.
'illism F. fwsnbaci;. al .'4 jenis, of
evening it !s home The fnneral will
be held at St. Martin's chinch th sft- j
ernoon ai 3 o'clock. IW lltwo l.-xlse No. I
1M. A. F. A , will bve ihsp of the
fvncrel. Rev. Mr. M.orc III officiate.;
Krinds whshlna to view the bly m- 11
so between to and 12 o'clock this' morning
at the home. .
Mr. James P. 5hrn. f vtrcct. en
Isneou hower in honor of Mls ter-
sldliie Webber, who will be a fall hrlrtc.
The decorations were symbolic of Hal
loa en. a larse rumpkln forniltis the
centerpiece. The e-enlnit wss spent st
cards. Miss Marearet Nolan hevlng high
ctre. Twenty guests wers pi-esent.
I Pee Want Ads Produce Results.
Culls from the Wire
delegate, representing seventeen na
tion! organisation o( women, at Pitt
burgh, decided on the permanent orssn
Isstlon of a national central body to be
known as the Council of National Organ
isation of Women. The organisation will
be completed at Washington In Novem
ber of next year. It will teke the place
of the National Ooiim-ll of Women of
the 1'nlted States snd will Include more
organisations than the present council.
A low pressure, of elorm area with mors
moisture under Its belt than It could
crrv left Tennesnee, a dry state, on
Thursday and since then hss upset all
the regulations of the I nlted States
J 1 - Ji JJUUia J J.aUfc '
weather hnreait, according to Heorf ,T,
Cox. In charge of the t'htcego bureau.
Instead of moving eastward, the general
direct I .n in whl h any well-behaved storm)
should travel, the low pressure, sis
snKRed north to Illinois, where It ais
turbed conditions with an extra and tm
Baa Waat Adg Produce Iteaatt.
Sunday, Octotfr 18, 1914. BURGESS-NASH CO..
-STORE NEWS FOR MONDAY
- Sixteenth and Harney Streets
Here's That Great Sale That We Asked You to Wait For
ets and Comforters
AT A Rfli IT 1
UNDERPRICE IN THE ECONOMY BASEMENT MONDAY
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The Greatest Opportunity to Buy Blankets and Comforters at an Underprice. We Want You to Make Comparison Before You Buy With Values Offered Elsewhere.
TIM1XY off, 'rinf Hint will appeal to ovi-rv ono- n iiioroluiiulisoing; achievement that
nionstrntes the superior buvinc rpp.-nnes of t.liis store. A wile that is of rare
importance to every hotel and hoarding hou-e steward, ris well as even housekeeper, be
cause of its remarkable range of selection and the most unusual values offered values
that -tve doubt are or can be equaled by any store in town, and probably never will again.
TIIERK is no need of ns telling you how we come to havo the merchandise you re not.
interested in that; but what you do want to know.i.s that everything is here exactly
as represented, and for that you havo our assurance. A great portion of our basement
salesroom has been given over to this sale, with plenty of polite and courteous salespeople
to assist you. Come early Monday morning and share in this really wonderful saving opportunity.
mi r.ires. j ins oiar
f- for c
Beacon Plaids, $2.75.
The well-known "Beacon"
plaid blankets, size 66x80;
sold the couiitrv over at
$3.75 the pair,
Boy Scout' and Y. M. C. A' Blankets
Single bed blankets for the boy
scouts of America. Also Y. M. C.
A. comfortable blankets, each one
with the name Boy Scouter or Y. M.
C. A.. In center of each blanket. This
blanket has never before been offered over
a retail counter; prlco $1.08
Haby Blankets at 8c and lOr.
Sl?.e o0x40, blue, white, tan. Soft, fleecy
cotton baby blanket, each. ...8c and 10c
$5 Wool Blankets at $2.98
Double bed blankets in gray, tan. pink and
blue and cheeks, others with slight cotton
mixtures. Tin's blanket is well worth $3.00.
unusual opportunity for
hotels to supply their needs
'tuning cold nights. Sale
price, pair $2.98
$3.25 Wool Nap Blankets, $1.69
12-4 white blankets, Mulshed like the finest wool.
These blankets were made for one of the largest
and highest rlass hotels in Iloston. Through an
error they ivere made lurger and heavier than the
contract called for. This blan
y ket could not possibly be made
M to retail for less than S.26 a
pair. Your choice Mondar. at
Fancy Comforters at 59c.
Fancy silkoline covered comforters,
filled with soft, white cotton closely
knotted; size tor tbrce-quar- . (A
$6.50 and $7.50
Wool Blankets, $4.75
Finest California and Ohio strictly
all wool blankets, sizes 72x80 and
CSxSO. weight 4fi to i lbs. to the
pair. Block designs, handsome colors.
Also extra heavy Oregon blankets.
IG.60 to $7 50 values, sale price
Monday, pair 3-4.75
ter or children's beds, each. .
$1.39 Cotton Blankets at 75c.
Hundreds of white and tan cotton blankets,
size 64x80, weight 2 lbs. to the pair.
Pale price, pair
Genuine U.S. Army
These Government sleeping porch
and Institution blanket! are all mado
from the finest all wool, both warp
and filling. The U. 8. Government
pays a great deal more in a lot of
several thousand for the same blan
ket. The extra heavy gray and blue
sleeping porch robes and institution
blanket ar worth $6.00. Monda
$2.50 Wool Finished Blankets
Large size whita wool finished bordered
bed blankets. This is ono of the best cotton
blanket bnrpnins we ever offered. Stocks
are extra large, so that hotels and institu
tions that buy in large quan- rt
tities will not be limited at l) H aD
this sale. Worth $2.50 pair.
Monday they go in this sale. ...
$2.00 Cotton Plaid Blankets, 98c
lUue and white, tan and white, pink
fancy block check blankets. Full
bed sUe. After seeing them you
will know that $2.00 would be a
low regular price. Bala price for
Singlo Cotton Blankets, 15c and 25o
A great lot of samples from which the
traveling men take their orders. Just the
thine for cotton sheets, three-quarter beds.
cribs, ate; gray and white and tan, at 15o
$2.50 Bath Robe Blankets at $1.89
Fancy Jacquard and plain bath robe blan
kets, enough in each blanket for making
a robe in any wanted site. Complete with
cord and frogs to match. $2.60 values,
; For Women Only
By MISS JONES
' : on :-' ". ' ' .
Hygiene and Corsets
Monday and Every D&y
10 A. M. to 12 M. and 2:30 to 5 P. ML
Innoc who has made the subject of perfect
1V11SS aJOneS corseting a life study, is here repre-
"""""""""","""""" sentlng the Bien Jolle and Hermonsa
corsets, and will tell you how to have the ultra stylish
figure, without sacrificing one bit of comfort and health.
Advice on this important subject from a special cor
set expert Is of untold value to every woman. She will
Demonstrate on Living Models
how to select, put on and wear the coreet for your figure,
explaining tho evil ffects of imperfect corseting, and
how to avoid them;' how to fit, adjust and lace corsets
( shown on living models); how to seeuVe hygiene sup
port and figure reduction without discomfort or Injury;
how to meet the evil effects of having worn unhygienic
cornets. Corao, it's worth while; it's free.
Bargess-Kash Co.-4.e4ad floor.
$4 'Maish' Comforters at
"Malah" comforters are so differ
ent from the ordinary comforters,
being filled with the flneet cotton
down and with a guarantee of ab
solute purity. A comforter that
Insures warmth without weight;
$4 quality, Monday at 2 S
$9 and $10 St. Marys Blankets
St. Marys blankets are known to be
the highest grado blankets manu
factured, eizo 74x86, in gray, tan
and plaid checks; $9.00 and $10.00
valnes, Monday, pair $5.98
$6.00 Auto Robes at $3.03.
Plush robe and In black and fancy colors,
also the all wool fancy plaid steamer rujrs.
$4.00 values at, each $SM9
pur Opening Display Monday of New Trimmed
Winter Millinery and Invite You to Come View It
YOU'LL grow just as enthusiastic aa we are when you seo the. pretty hats.
Charming new creations of individual and distinctive character snappy
now shapes trimmed with fur and flowers or fur and novelty materials.
Jaunty turbans to wear with the new fur trimmed suits, smart sailors trim
med with a touch of fur. f
The most authentic ideas for the winter season as decreed by Dame Fashion
are here for your inspection, with a price range of $5 to $25.
Will you come and sect 1
Barrna-Vaah Co sfeeoad lloor.
Free Lessons in China Paint
ing Beginning on Wednesday
BEGINNING next Wednesday morning we will pen
a class in china painting In our China Department
on the new Fourth Floor.
The class will be under the Instruction of Miss
Martha R. Emlg of'Council Bluffs, who formerly had
charge of the Decorating Department of the Omaha
Crockery company. '
Miss Emlg has won many 1st nrlaea onhina.
water color and oil paintings. Her splendid collection
la on display here.
Classes will be held dally morning 1ft to 13
afternoons 2 to 4.
Requirements necessary to Join the class are that
yon buy all necessary china and supplies In this De
partment. Come and see Mlsa Emlg. Monday and make your
class reservation she no doubt can be of great as
sistance tn your selection of pieces and supplies, too.
Barf s-irMh Oo, roarth floor.
Yard Wide AH Silk Satin
Messaline, Monday. 98c Yard
AN exceptional yelue In this popular satin finished
fabric, black, white and the new itreet and erect
AIl-8Uk TUdlom, SUM.
A very desirable silk for afternoon gowns, light and
dark shades, Including black and white.
Black Satin Dttcheee, f 1.15.
One of the most farored silks of the season, good
weight, soft finish, 86 Inches wide.
Imported Costume Velveteen, B8c and Up.
Rich, silky, sheer and soft chiffon finish, tn black
and all the new autumn shades.
SarrMS-Vaafc Co. Mala Sloe.
For Safety First in Cooking Use Aluminum
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Ware Here Are Some Remarkable Values
XTO OTIIFR cooking ware that is as absolutely free from all chemical action and from chipping aa
IN aluminum ware here Monday is heavy quality, dependable spun aluminum ware at prices that are
most unusual. Three bU groups offered like this while they lat:
r K.:? 75c to 98c
-r-A ro. $1
mz3 sac sou I
rauce pans. Berlin
kettles, wilh coser,
large 4-nt. pudding
pans and preserving
kettles, choice. .5c
$1.5o vo $1.75
Derlltfi Inrluding 2-qi. cof-
i tee uois. 4 ana o-ai.
Berlin kettles with
cover, 4-qt. Berlin
taiice patiH and cov
ers, and large pre
serving kfttles. ytic
$1.85 to $2.25
Including large 8
kettles, rice boilers
and tea kettles,
choice Mon day
at SI. 20
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Tfca Mililnit trnirxiJ
Heres a Remarkable Sale of "JOP-PA"
Cotton Felt MATTRESSES for Monday
The mattresses are the 4,Jop-paM make of pure, virgin,
unbleached cotton a live cotton "made where the cotton
grows," and under the most ncientific conditions.
What you want is service
resiliency life durability a mat
tress which you can put in the sun
and have a new mattrcjevery day.
This Is the kind of a mattress the "Jop
pa" Is. We want you to know the perfect
bealth-btUldlng, energy-restoring, dream
less sleep that only the "Jon-pa," mattreee
Four Lots Monday Priced This Way
"Special" 45-Lb. Mattress
Regular $7.50 Values for $195
Unbleached cotton felt, with heavy roll edge, tuft
ed sides, superior quality art ticking; &A QP
good value at pftUiJ
"Shiloh" 50-Lb. Mattress
Regular $15.00 Values for $9.50
Heavy quality art ticking, In pretty colorings, tuft
ed sides, heavy roll edge, Illiea witn QQ Cfl
nrya -Waaa P.. TaWS row .
"Leader" 45-Lb. Mattress
Regular $9.50 Values for $5.95.
Fine quality art ticking, filled with elastic felt, with
roll edge and tufted aides, exceptional JC QC
value at - ppViJ
"Jop-pa" SO-Lb, Mattress
Regular $18 Values for $12.50.
As fine a mattreee as one would want, beet quality
art ticking, S-row aide tufting, layer
felt; a rare value at
"Old Bleach" Toweling
Fcr faucy towels, very soft flninh. all
linen, natural grass bleach, plain
white or bordered, 18 Inches OQ
wide, yard awUC
Bnrfaea-STaak Co Mala floor.
Storm Serge, 49c Yard
All-wool storm serge, in the
new fall'ehades, Monday.Q
Bargaea-STaak C. Mala Wot.
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