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TIIK HKK: OMAHA. THURSDAY, DKCKMBKR :?. l'M-1.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Ugnttaf nrtUN, Burgees-Grandon Co.
FlasUty Itortfl ft Tu Co JXf. tM.
ave Bo( mat n Now Besron Preee.
Balariffa-llaaaem 0. Compensation In
surance Inspections for. Fpec.al rates fre.
Tlkri Cempiete KOTta FroCram"
classified section today, and appeara In
The Bee EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what
the various moving picture thsatera otter.
Battes aateee la tha feeling of tha
baat ludgas right now. You better your
business by looatmg In Tha Be building
(tha building that la always new). Office,
Xiooaila (foes Baat X. 1L Loomls. gen.
eral solicitor of th Vnlon Pacific, nat
departed tor Nw York on company
business, the text of which Is somewhat
of h mystery In tha Vnlon Pacific legal
Buna Kurt in Tall from gtoaffold Kd
Dunn, plasterer. 2C7 renter street, fell
from a scaffolding- at 1317 Ponglaa street
and sustained several broken ribs. He
waa taken home by the police.
Xtavlsr Use soond Offense Bird
Kmerson, 614 South Sixteenth street, ar
rested a week ago and fined $30 and costs
for keeping a disorderly house, was ar
rested Tuesday night on the same charge
and fined $75 and costs. One Inmate, Kd
Smith, was fined ISO and costs.
Bead's iubjeet Hot Announced The
subject has not yet been announced for
the address of Oplc Rend, famous novel
ist and lecturer, before the Commercial
club lTrlday noon, lie Is to apenk at the
public affairs luncheon ef the club. He
comes to Omaba to give a lecture as
ma of a series ot lectures being given
at the Auditorium.
T. X. C. A. Olee Club Concert The
Ynvng Men's Christian association Olee
club, assisted by Miss Marjory Khackle
tor. soprano; Mrs.' Koy Flu.nas.an, eo
prauoi Miss liaua Oilman, reader, and
Mr. Will Hetherington. violinist, will
give Its winter concert at the Young
Men's Christian association this evening.
rrnakttn Series Six Biz Thirty f 1 916
demonstrator will Be ht 'the sal.'s .igency
of the Stevens-Ouryea ear in Omaha for
demonstrations, to sell csrs and to meet
Franklin owners, Mr. rewey, - a Franklin
factory expert, will be on hand tc loot
over PYanklln cars. Be sure nnd see thlf
car on Irember i. 8 and t. Ryn Motor
Blckaoa Oete Thirty Daya Theodore
Rlckson, aged -3 years, living at if L
street, Couth Omaha, whs arrested for
attempted shoplflting in the Brandeis
stores, but was allowed to depart by of
ficer I-'lnn when he promised to behave.
He was a nested again in the store by
Officer Anderson when In his hurry to
quit the eatablishment he knockel over
an old woman. He was sentenced to
thirty days In the county Jail.
AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA;
Safety Tint Camptifn Conducted at !
the Morris Plant.
NEW SUPERINTENDENT ARRIVES
COMMANDING GERMANS IN POLAND Major Gen
eral von Mackensen, who is at the head of one of the Ger
man division in Poland under General von Hindenberg.
C. R. Spanglee ( M. Louis
C ontrol. Mnrklnni Complete
anmpttow of Ctr by
City Mission Gives
. Dinner to Mothers; i
Hundred Invited i
The C ty Mission's annual Mothers' lsy
"'inner will occur today. The piovlulons
ftr the dinner have been donated by
I'lomlnent Omaha buslnces men and over
10' (nuttier and twenty-f.ve children who
'lepend upon the City M sxlon yrl. celebrate-
their Thanksgiving dinner, given
lodJty, (is ihe mission Is too bu&y witii
ther 'Vork on Thanksgiving day Itself.
A. J. Love has given a pig, L'. A. Stvsii--son
und l C. Hyson have donated fit
tn ch'ckens cn"h, nnd others have sent
1: supplies. T.diJl!f; N;ih also promised
I i,, from his ' farm, but discovered thai
nily Ijs on the place did not we'gh
' x K twrnty pounds and were their". i
t-i i snail.
I.CNDUN, Dec. 2.-Tlic 1'etrvgrad cur-1
!rpondont of the Post sends the follow- !
"Special significance attaches to cap
tui by. tlie' Russians of ammunition
barfces In the VIMula near PlocH, Inax- ,
i.iueli as the Germane are relying mainly j
upon ;the. Vistulu eor securing easy com- i
muniiuillon to their armies In Poland.
iavjsn supplies or ammunition nave
been kept up by barges which, starting
from Danxlg, I'.lblng. Grandrhx. Thorn
and other points easily reached by the
fiennan railway's have brought supplies
to tha heart of the German- positions In
Poland. The capture of. the barges Is
thus a, step In cutting communication.
'Tha surrounded Oermana are v the
twentieth and the guard corps."
Tula nnd fir Cents.
DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip,
enclose I cent to Foley & Co., Chicago,
III., writing your name and address
clearly. You will receive in return a free
trial package containing Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound, for cougho. colds and
croup; Foley Kidney Pills, for pain In
aides and back, rheumatism, backache,
kidney and bladder aliments; and Foleya
Cathartic Tableta, a wholesome and thor
oughly cleansing cathartic, eapeclally
comforting to stout persona.' For sale In
jour town by all druggists. Advertise
Culls From . the Wire
Quarantine placed on the Wltchita
rtock yards two weeks ago when the foot
and mouth disease was believed to have
been found here was lifted last night by
a.n order from the Department of Agri
culture. Further erltlclsm of what was termed
"dietolnted methods In, public heaJth
work" was made at Jacksonville by Dr.
Frederick R. Green of Chicago, in an
address before tha annual convention of
the American Publio Health awoelatlon.
Th tenth annual convention of the Na
tional Commercial Geo association opened
at Minneapolis. Percy F Young of
Newark. K. J., president of the associ
ation, said the gad companies were less
affected by the Kuropean war than any
other public utility.
. The Chicago Federal Tteeerve bank noti
fied the member banks of district num
ber seen that the present discount rsto
is U per cent for msturities up to thirty
ilnyn and per cent for longer maturltlea.
Bankers declared the reduction waa a
sign of easier money condition. The
previous rata waa per cent for all
The requests of firemen and hostlers
for increased wages and better hours
occupied the time of the railroad arbitra
tion board at Chicago yesterday. The
"roqueata" as they are officially labelled,
numuer sixteen, as do those of the loco
motive engineers. The hours and working
conditions aro virtually aaked for engine
crews, and advances asked are proportion
ate to tha quality of service rendered.
The grain shipping season from the
American head of the lakes was a nit
satisfactory one, in spite of the smaller
wheat harvest over the northweat tin
'ear. according to figurea given out at
huluth. Domestic receipts of grain t
Duluth from Auausl 1 to November .
aggregated 6T,l4.K bushels as compared
with M,lT,:ii last year. Arrivals of
bonded Krain fell off sharplv owing to
Ihe partial crop failure over a large ares
of the Canadian northwest. They
amounted to 1.1K.015 bushels agalast 4.
JS,r bushels last season.
Tied crosses and dsnger slgnsls. warn
ings and admonitions to be careful Indi
cate th presence of .Tack O'Conner of
Chicago at the local plant of Morris and
company, where a campaign of safely
first Is on.
Foremen are In charge of committees
In their different departments. These
In turn are superscled by a central com
mittee composed of superintendents,
master mechanics and chief of the fire
department. When the Idea was first
brought up. It was not tnken up by the
men until they realised that it ' meant
dollars nnd cents to them. Then they
became enthusiastic over It, according to
The plan In Morris and company's
plant Is practtcslly the same as the one
use! at Cudahy's and the other local
plants. It means safety to ihe men and
efficiency to th plant, nccorllng to
O'Conner whose business it Is to circulate
about the country from Morris plant to
Morris plant pushing the vifcty first
campaign. "We have reduced accidents
in our plants to 35 per cent in the short
time the system has been in operation
among us," he tald.
A report Is made every day on the ac
cidents that occur In each plant and
everybody reports on It. The medical
attendant Inspects eveiy slightest cut. In
Chicago the company maintains a mo.lern
dental parlor where the office employes
are treated at cost and the laboring' men
free of charge. Later a dental shop may
bo established at the local plant, it being
now under consideration, according to
pander Takes Charge..
Following the resignation of William
Mowers, superintendent of Morris and
compunv's plant here, C. B. Spongier of
ft. Louis has arrived to assume charge
of tha plant. Spangler Is well known
among the Morris people, he having been
connected with the company for many
year. In different capacities he hns
served In Chicago, Kansas city and St.
Since the purchase of the Omaha plant
by Morris and compajiy there have been
many changes here, the old employes
being Kradually suppleuted by employes
of the new purchase!. It is said that tha
placing of Spangler at the head of the
plant marks the complete assumption of
the local plant by the Morris organisa
tion. John Rhines of Oklahoma City has
arrived to become chief engineer and
master mechanic in the room of P. J.
Lenilian, who has remove 1 to Chicago,
whri-c he is connected with another coml
Odd Fellow tileol.
South Omaha Odd Fellows at their
annual olection Monday night elected the
following offlcrs to serve during tha en
u ng term: Fred Miner. X. G ; Fred
llaas. V. K. H. Roberts, treasurer;
Thomas Galloway, trustee; and Lew
litter secretary. Tho meeting waa well
attended and a number or Important
nutlets were discussed.
Illll Ncllool Honor Roll.
In Ihe recent tests in the high school for
Ilia sccind six weeks the following pupils
have made !0 per cent or more in each
Katie Coffey A Ilea Follan
-Ver .,. f. urti I.'lllan Poli in
poruihv Hum . Rich.-irdsuii
-rbvshlro P. Sedlacek
Katlw H.uiev William Smith
t Il iH tc flei'uy lren hptapuc
f'.tith Kinsley Jessie Tuclcr
lin-'Ji- Kutllek Tyiuls Wlrth
i I ' rimer .Mary Wvness
Noire Nichols Kva Yer'ian
T1m;c pupils have, made a general
average of W per cent or more in their
' M'i mi Vndrrsrn Oirrle tlutnhinson
t ..Tr nnshman Helen Jukn
CIri Cinek T-eonnrd Johnson
HcASie Duncan Vlastu. Kadavv
I'inimn, Dworak Mary Ms honey
Wayi-e Km ah n. ila lortenen
Rolli Hr.iechcck .'atnee Nnithrup
Lvdln Hrnni Flerlnrt Kathrack
Martha Hoffman Flmrr Tlasell
Magle t llr Uoaalp.
Cherokee coe 1. unecreeneil, ?4.; screen
ed. $4 75. South 7. Mowlam hum. ft Coal.
The Tooter. the hish school bi-weekly
magazine, will be Issued to the students
next Friday afternoon.
Khoxall council No. 1461. Royal Ar
canum, meets Friday evenlrur at the
Workmen temple for elictlon of officers.
Office space for rent In Bee office. 2VS
K street. Terms reasonuble Well known
location. Tel. South J7.
The Federation of Improvement Clubs of
South Omaha will bold Its weekly meet
ing at th city hall Thursday evening,
The local order of Red Men will hoid
Its semi-annual nomination of officers
next Thursday evening at its hall, 318
North Twenty-fourth street.
The Ladles' Aid society of St. Likes
Lutheran church will meet at tha home
of Mrs. R. S. Nelson, 24ok K street, on
Thursday, December 3, at 2 p. m.
South Omaha circle of the Child Con
servation leanue will meet Thursday aft
ernoon at 2:30 o'clock at the high school.
The topic for discussion will be "Sex
Hygiene." Mrs. i. II. flummerville will
read a paper and nature stories will be
1 i DISLIKES OUR SOCIAL LIFE
Xanias Critic Finds Omaha in Bud
Fix in Many Ways.
HAS NO USE FOR THE MOVIES
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gaya 1'hey Air Had, that Dsnrlni la
Immoral nnd that ' htlilren o
l.onater Kntertalaj Them
arMea at Home.
Theodore ilanson of Topeks, Kan., a
field secretary for lbs league of Ameil
an Iuhllc W elfare .'.esoclatl ms, severely
criticised Omaha beforti th local :blle
Welfare association at the Commercial
lili last night.
He condemns tl moving pi tuie shos.
sss that 60 to i.' per cent of the films
shown are Immoral and not fit to be seen.
Ho has n use for the dsnce hall, even
when supervised, anil condemns th meth
ods of administering charity and Justice
aa now practiced. Th home life of the
peoplo has been destroyed, children no
longer are able to entertain themselves at
home, as once thev did. and the church
Is losing So per cent cf Ihe Sunday school
children as they grow up. To remedy
these conditions, he proposes that a wel
fare commission of five members, with
power to regulate or suppress, be crested
to control public anvsrmmt places and
HabM Frederick Colin, i halrman of th
meeting, said the spesktr bad outlined
what th Omwha Public Welfare conjmls.
slon nss purposing to do.
K. I. lepon. principal of I'oit school
and chairman of a child study rommilti-e
of Ihe welfare board, reported Jhat plans
were under wsy to make a del n lied sur
vey of social londlllops affecting Jmenile
life In Omaha. This report will be pub
llnhed when complete.
An effort win b'e made to 1nciee the
membership of the welfnr orlntlon, a
pew organization, until It numbers thou
sands. We ars Intending to act. not lo talk."
ssld ltabbl Cohn.
slop That t ssak.
lr. Kings New 11'very will do It.
tie! a bottle todsv. A o,uick. safe, sure
rough and cold remedy. iA- and II. All
UNIVERSITY OF OMAHA PLANS
LIBRARY FUND CONCERT
A coin ert will he given Saturday even
ing at the I'tilvrrslty of Omaha by tha
Junior class fcr the purpose of establish
ing a library fund. 11 Is th plan of the
Junior class to start th fund and hava
each ef th classes at tha school give
plays and concerts throughout the sea
son. In this way contributing toward Its
growth. As much school talent as pos
sible ulll Iw be used. Some of he out
siders who will contribute to th program
are: Miss Grace Poole, contralto, accom
panied by Miss Mabel Kelley: Helen Tay
lor, pianist : Augusta Menfedobt, vlollnst,
accompanied by Wllma Bruce.
To Pull the Death
I Lever, Should Worry
L1TTI.K P.Of'K. Ark .i Dec. I.-O. H.
j t'empsey, appointed electrician at th
I Arkansas penitentiary to succeed Luther
Castllns. who resigned loaay. is nor. a
sentimentalist, neither Is he affllded with
The fact that ten men. four whites and
sir negroes, ar In the death chamber
of the penitentiary and that he may have
to pull the lever that will send ail ten to
lieath. does not set m to worry him. It
wna this prospect thst caused Castling
to reslan. althouah he admitted th place
)i i comfortable berth, that h hat no
other itosltlon In prospect and that times
"Of course, no one would like to kill a.
fellow man." Dempsey said tonight. "It
Is a disagreeable task, but it Is all In th
day's work and I'll do It Just Ilk t
would any other disagreeable work that
might fall to my lot. I'd b glait lo hear
that all ten mn had been as red from
the (hair. But If they aren't and I hava
to pull the lever that sends them to
death, it won't worry me. I feel aure
thnt Ihe night after the first execution
I'll go home and sleep just aa welt as I
Tha Want Ad Columns of Tha Be Xtm
Read Dally by Teople In Search af Ad
toi.l l.v Mc'sdann a OorRe McNeil. .1. L.
.Shusait. L. VV. Karris, Kd Kohansky, J.
V. Pnnciik and .1. D. Ptarrle.
Nebraska lodge No. 227, Ancient Order
of I'nlted Workmen, will hold Its annual
election of officers to serve until June,
ltu'i, on Thursday evening at McCrann'a
The funeral of .1. Frenchey Phillips will
be held this morning at o'clock from
Iarkln's chapel to Ht. Mary's church. In
terment will be made in St. Mary's ceme
tery, Washington tent No. C, Knifihts of the
Maccabees, will hold an election of offi
cers next Wednesday evening. December 2.
Axe Falls on Necks
Of Chicago Cops Who
Take Thieves' Money
-CHICAGO, Dec. 3. Hepey K. Power and
Mlcharl J. Mulvey. detectives accused by
investigators of the council crime com
mission of accepting money from thieves,
were i.l'chai'gcd from the police force
Captain John .1. Halpln. former chief
of the detective bureau; Lieutenant John
Tobln i.nd eight Uctectlvea sergeants
were named in churgc.i mad by Maclay
Hoyne, etato'a attorney, In a letter to
Mayor Harrison demanding their dis
missal. Hoyne said he based his demand on
his belief thnt he had evidence warrant
ing their indictment on the charge of ac
cepting money to protect criminals from
arrest. Mayor Harrison refused to sus
pend the policemen unless Hoyne would
make public at once the evidence he bus
against the detect I vea.
A year ago Mr. Hoyne began Investi
gation's of reports that policemen had
Klvrn protection to ronfl.''enee men, hlh
wny robbers, burglars, sale blowers and
Ph kpochcls. He now Is said to have
confessions from men who testified they
had paid tribute to the police.
White Togs the Red
Pants of TJ. S. Navy
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 Another plea
for uniforms of khaki and forestry
green lo replace the bullet-drawing white
worn by American seamen was made by
Surgeon General BraJsted of the navy,
In his annual report submitted today to
Secretary Daniels. It was pointed out
that the disadvantages of the white uni
form were rtrlklngly Illustrated at Vera
t'rux, where the sailors offered perfect
tai'iicU for sluirpshhootera and snipers.
A continued decrease In alcoholism waa
noted In th report r.nd credited to Secre
tary Daniel s recent order barring liquor
The Want Ad Column t Tha Bee Are
Read Dally by People In Search of -Ad-vertlsed
In the Courts
Fioderlck Nugent, long known to the
postal authorities us the "supreme ruler"
of the Iridescent Order of Iris," head
of the Occult School of Sciences, and also
as Prof. Jean D'Astro, astrologer and
Prof. Frederick, palmist, wss sentenced
in the New Vork federal . district court
to serve a term or eighteen months In
tlie lulled States penltentlitrv at At
lanta. Nugent pleaded guilty to an In
dictment chatging tin, use of the malls
In the operation of a number of swindling
. schemes. -
Daniel T. Rsy,1 Ijom Angeles, promoter
of a mining compuny tupltallxed at a
million dollars, was cum b led by
lev eland federal Jury on six counts
ciiHrElng he falsely representet himself
to be a I'nlted States secret eervle. of
ficer, with intent to defraud. Three
women teeMfled he had obtained money
from them on promiae to wed. Hentencc
wus deferred pending appeal. The law
provides that Kay may be fine! l.ooo or
sentenced to three years' Imprisonment,
or both, on each count.
TRUTHFUL advortisins: ia.n part of our busings polioy. WebdTjrtiyi
dorse the Omaha Ad club's work to make ALL ad vtrtislng truthful.
Every statement in onr advertisements, wletker in tlia publicj prees,
display windows or on iri'.'o cards is absolutely the truth.
Our department managers attach their signature to their part of th'o
advertisement as a bond 1'ov tins truth and tlieno Rigned papers are. kept on
file in the advertising department.
Furthermore, every item is earef ally censored and checked by an exe
cutive, more thoroughly ossuring.that everything is exactly as represented.
If at any time you should see what you believe to be a mis-statement or
exaggeration we resjectfully request that you report it to the executive
office for investigation and explanation.
In order to help along the good work of the Ad club we have adopted
the Seal of Truth, the official emblemi of the Associated Advertising Clubs
of the World, which will appear regularly in our printed advertisements
and we trust that nil other advertisers will do likewise.
BROWN, FRY AND KNAPP &
ON NOMINATING COMMITTEE !
Randall K. Brown, Tom Fry and F. B. j
Knapp have leen chosen as a nominating
committee of the Commerclul club. iO
will be their duty first to chose a Com-j
nierclal club director from the bureau of
publicity and one from thn traffic bureau.
Then they are tu nominate at least US
other inemliers of the club from a list of
names furnished them according to a
specified apportionment In the various
classes of business In the city. Out of
this list sixty directors are to be elected
at a general election of the club to be
held In a few weeks.
SHIP TO NEAREST PORT, IS
BELGIAN RELIEF MESSAGE
NKW YORK, Dec. 2. "Ship at once tu
the nearest seaport." This message was
sent today by the American CommlaMon
for Relief 'n Belgium to mure than 1.u0
committees In the I'nlted States. The
comm'shlon now has perfected country-
wide shipping araiigements and it Is ex- ,
peeled that vast quantities of food and
clothing which have been assembled at j
various city and stale headquarters will j
begin In a day or two to converge In great j
tratnlnads to every important port in Ihe
I'nlted Htates. !
Store Hours, 8:30 A. M. to 6 P. M. Saturday till 9 P. WLi
Days Till Xmas.
rduraday, Dh 1014.
HTOKK NKWH VOR THURSDAY"
Hiooe. Doaiglaaj 1ST.
Hot Springs, Arkansas,
America's Play Grounds
No Guessing. No Experimenting, And
At Comparative Small Expense
The Ideal Resort for Health and Pleasure
Hint Springs, Arkansas, Is so far and
away the greateat health resort In Amer.
lea, that there Is none other to even be
compared with It.
While thousands upon thousands per
sona seeking; heaJth. visit these famous
hatha each year, yet many more thous
ands ehould come who do not.
If you are troubled with rheumatism.
Gout, Malaria, locomotor Ataxia (earlier
atagea). Hrlghta Disease (not too far ad
vanced). Diver or bladder trouble, Iye
pepala. Skin or Blood Dlaeaitt. Catarrhal
trouble. Women'a Diseases, or any ail
ments of a kindred ratue you should
by all mean a consider Hot Springs, Ar
kansas, aa the moat natural place for
These waters are certified in reports
issued by the Department of the Inter
ior as being radio active to a marked
degree, due to dissolved radium emana
tion (a gaa).
Owned and controlled aa theae springs
are. by the 1. 8. Oovernment, your com
fort and convenience hava already been
ajraured. You are protected from ex
orbitant charges, the hotel rates are
extremely reasonable, tha charge for
batha is ridiculously low and even the
railroad fare are mads raperlaJly at
tractive High -up in the heart of tha dark
Mountains the climate is ideal both Win
ter and Hummer.
Hotels full of the kind of people you
Ilka tu meet many probably from your
(me of tlie finest IS hole unit courses
In the Houth Land. Winter training
grounds for botli American and National
league Bu.se Ball flubs; borre-back rid
ing and mountain climbing.
Write, anyhow, ami get full particu
lars, handsome souvenir booklets, views
of the City, arid Government reports full
of Interest to you and your friends.
Cut out the coupon and mat! it today.
Mr. Geo. R. Beldir.g,
rc'y Business Men's Deague,
Hot Springs, Arkansas.
I' lea e aend, without tost or obliga
tion on my part, full Information and
L tl. Government reports and recuin.
niendatioint regarding Hot Hprings,
Arkansas, Hotels, llaths. Prices, etc.
Women's and Misses' New Winter COATS at a
Saving of Fully a Third at the Price
THAT'S the way w bought them from the maker and we are
going to give you the ixnu-fit of the transaction.
The coats represent thorieauou's very latent ideas more thaxi
a fccore of the mot favored styles for selection and the offering,
affords most unusual buying opportunities.
Tlie materials include Curltex plush, Arabian lamb, imported
mixtures, zibelines, etc., new flare styles, lelted or plain, with
Black, navy, brown, greeu and novelty mixtures. A coat sale
you cannot afford to overlook.
Bargees-Wash Co. eooad Floor.
If in Doubt About a
Present Give a Mer
YOU cao purchase theaa certifi
cates for any amount you da
Blre and then be relieved of the
worry of selection and of the fear
of choosing, the wrong Ktt..
The. redolent can usa tbe cei
ttflrate to aecure Just tbe thing
be or abe moat wants. Tben botb
tbe giver and tbe recipient are
We Sell Red Crow Seali
for Chriitmai Packages
IN tbls year of many calls for aid
Omahans must not overlook th
requirements of the battle against
tuberculosis. Important assistance
la given tbls cause every year In
the Red Cross Christmas seal. We
extend our aid by selling these
Here's Something New Women's
Gaiter BOOTS at $5.00 the Pair
A BEAUTIFUL new design in button boots on a me
dium recede toe last, made from selected patent
leather and imported black gaiter tops, hand finished
in every particular. A very comfortable fitting, dressy
pattern and an unusual value.
arf s-trash O. Mala Tloor.
The KID GLOVE Section Has
Been Doubled' in Selling Space
AND Is ready for your Christmas Gift selection. Tbe world's
best makes of gloves for women and children are represented,
including several brands which are confined to Burgess-Nash ex
clusively. Among them are the Keynler French made gloves, Mark
Cross English gloves, and we are agents for the "Harrison Rein
deer" fabric gloves.
Special selection for children's gloves and nest gift boxes with
nrr a MmsM fW, - Mala Tloor.
sBurgess-Nash Co. Everybody's Store 16th and Harney.
F' REHH nut caramels, very spe
cial, at, pound 2Ac
Penochl, fresh made, lb . ...iftc
Almond and pecan brittle, honiw-
made. pound ' 8ttc
Toasted marshniallows, special,
per pound 17c
We are exclusive agents for
Omaba for the well-known1 Park
& Tilford candies.
Bnrress-ITash Co. Main rloe.
WILL THERE Be a
V1CTROLA in Your
ALL. dealers roust sell Victrolas
at the same prices and on tbe
same terms The only different
Is that you get better choice at
Uurgess-Nssh and better service.
Bra;ees-Vasb Oe- JTourt neor.
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