Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, January 03, 1915, NEWS SECTION, Page 2-A, Image 2
' A TIIK OMAHA SIM)AV lihh: .lAM AIH JUL). FRENCH WIN MANY SHALL ENCOUNTERS Official Report of War Otfioe Says BFI IT)F & l A? AW A? " N S'CQ Our January Sale Means Lower Monday, 8:30 A. M., January Sale of Coats A Genuine Clearance of Our Coat Stock Every coat offered is from our own stock. Every coat in ptock is reduced. It is a value giving event of fine merchandise that is un equaled. It is a continuance of the policy of a thorough clearance twice each year. The Winter Season of 1914 has been a tremendous successful season from the selling point of view. Our coat stock is the smallest it has been for years. Wc have marked these coats, to decided reductions in order to secure a quick sale. It behooves you to come early. 1 V'.,' There are exactly 338 coats in our stock. They are offered as follows: 43 Scotch and English Mixture Cocts $16.50 to $19.50 Coats, $9.85 $22.50 ' Coats, $11.25 I $23.0 J Coats, $12.50 56 Broadcoth Coats in Black, Navj,. Green, 'Brown $24.50, $27.50, $29.50 Coats, $15.00 $35.00 Coats, Monday, $17.50 12 Hindoo Lynx Coats, in Blue and Black; Plain and Far Trimmed-- $24.50 and $29.50, Coats, $14.50 $35.00 Coals, $18.50 I $43.0) Coals, $22.59 6 Atahian Lamb Coats . 1 , - ,',., .; Formerly $28.75, $14.50 The January, I " M IS? ClearinSale ' . ; --r- W $45.0DSiiits.; $22.S0 r i S35.Q0 Suits; S17.50 We Are Offering Linen Values that Can't Be Duplicatedat the Present Time---Elsewhere in Qmaha or in the Future by Any Store in the United States January Sale of Table Cloths $2.50 Table Cloths. . . 7:. $1.75 $2.75 Table Cloths. ..... .$2.00 $3.00 Table Cloths. ..... .$2.25 $4.75 Table Cloths. '. $3.50 $3.00 Table Cloths. . . . " . .$4.05 $7.50 Table Cloths $5.00 $10.00 Table. Cloths $6.89 January Sale $1.75 Bleached Napkins $1.39 a dozen $2.50 Bleached Napkins & dosen $3.50 Bleached Napkins $2.75 a dozen $4.50 Bleached Napkins , $3.00 a dozen $60.00 Bleached Napkins $45.00 a dozen Hand Embroidered Linen Pillow Cases $3.50 Embroidered Linen Pillow Cases .$2.00 a pair $5.00 Embroidered Linen Pillow Cases. $3.89 a pair $8X0 Embroidered Linen Pillow Cases $4.38 a pair $7.50 Embroidered Linen Pillow Cases $5.89 a pair January; Sale Table Damask $1.25 Bleached- i' ' 4 Damask .....$ 1.00 a Yard 7 $1.50 Bleached- '1 Damask $1.10 a Yard I $25.00 Suits, $12.50 $12.00 Table Cloths. . . .$8.89 $15.00 Table Cloths $10.00 $20.00 Table Cloths $15.00 $25.00 Table Cloths $17.50 $30.00 Table Cloths. . . . .$20.C0 $50.00 Table Cloths $37.50 $100.C0 Table Cloths. . . .$75.00 of Napkins $5.00 Bleached Napkins $3.75 a dosen $G.OO Bleached Napkins ' $4.00 & dozen $7.50 Bleafhed Napkins $5.00 a dosen $10.09 Bleached Napkins $7.50 a dozen $1.75 Bleached Damask '.$1.25 a Yard $2.00 Bleached Damask 91.50 a Yard 70 Coats of Cheviot, Cut Novelty Weaves, in Street $19.50 Coats, $12.50 $24.50 Coats, $14.50 J Evening Coats, in Capes, Cape Coats, and Light Evening Wraps, Popular Evening Shades, Exactly One-Half Price $25 Evening Wraps, $12.50 $35 Evening Wraps, $1 7.50 $45 Evening Wraps, $22.50 3 Jungle Coats, imported from V. Manheimer, Berlin 1 Civet Cat Textile 885.00 Coat $45.00 1 Seal Textile $50 Coat 827.50 1 Tiger Textile $35 Coat,$19.50 36 Chinchilla Automobile Coats soiled and shopworn, misses' and women's sires; $12.50, $15.00 and $16.50 GC values, at Watch Monday's Paper for Details of Dress Sale SPECIAL 300 Dozen $4.50, 5-8 Bleached Scotch Napkins $2.75 a Dozen Extra Special John S. Brown & Sons Napkins 1U4 doaen SIO.OO 94 Napkins, January Bale Price $3.00 dog. i:(H) doara 4.75 H Brown'a Najklna, January hate Prlr $3.80 doa, (Limit: On down to a customer) Extra Special 1,000 Dozen 12jcHuck Towels, Sale Price 5c each (limit: On dose a to a mMomrr.) THOMPSON. Prices, but Chinchilla, Zibeline and Styles and Sport Coats $29.50 Coats, $16.50 $35.00 Coats, $18.50 84 Coats of var ious cloths and prices, too many to enumerate. Extra Special Brown and Bleached Crashes 4,000 yards 10c Brown Crash 5c a yard 2.C00 yards 10c Bleached Crash 5c a yard (LIMIT: 5 yards each to a ens-tomer.) Tea Toweling 15c Tea Toweling 12V0 a yard 17c Tea Toweling. .15o a yard 20c Tea Toweling. .17c a yard 22o Tea Toweling. .18c a yard 25c Tea Toweling. .20c a yard JANTARY SALE Guest Towels 100 dozen 40c Guest Towels, Sale Price 25c each 200 dozen 50c Guest Towels, Sale Price. .' ..39c each BELDEN & CO. Never Inferior Goods Our Annual Sale of Bedding This annual sale always attracts enthusiastic buyers because we offer high class, dependable bedding at reduced prices. For Monday we mention a few of the many bar-gains: 91.60 Blanket, full size, In (rru. j or tan, with fancy bord era, extra hear? . .$1.83 a pair $6.00 Wool-flUed Comforts, fall size 72x84, fancy silk ninll coverings in pink, bine, yellow and hello, at $5.20 each Clearing Sale of Corsets Interesting to Every Woman Monday morning at 9 o'clock: This hour has been chosen to give every woman an equal chance at these great bargains. Many who have attended these sales in previous years are again awaiting this opportunity. This sale will include up-to-date goods in all popular makes: Redfern, Lily of France, Veronique, Nemo, Thomson's Glove-Fitting, R. & O., W, B., Kabo, Warner Rust-Proof, and many other styles. We do not quote prices simply state that this is a GENU nfE SALE. COME EARLY. CORSET SECTION. THIRD FLOOR. Special Showing Newest Millinery Correct Styles Attractive Prices The present voerue in New York and Paris. The New Tipperary and Chin Chin Hats, trim med with the latest flowers and furs, special at $5, $6.75, and $8.75 TheNewOval Toques, veil attached, are the latest flying fashions. $5, $6.75, $8.75 and $10 Millinery Department Second Floor. January Silk Sale-Extraordinary $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 Plaids, Stripes, Satin Novelties; your choice 59c a Yard Nothing Ilk Uies Tallies haa 9Wsr been seen in Omaha. Not a piece 01 Me In thta great collection bnt what was taken from our regular stock. Erery piece a beauty and OUR standard of quality. Tour choice 59c a yard. Turkish Towels Oa Bleached Turkish Towela 15c each 25c Blrh4 Turkish Towela 10c 45e Bleached Turkish Towel ZSc 60c Bleached Turkiab Towels 28c 05c Bleached Turkish Towela S9c 75c Bleached Turkish Towela . 60 each each 91.00 Bleached Turkish Towels 9c each 4 AX TAR Y SALE Wash Clothes SOG doaen Tnrkish Wash Cloths IHc each 500 dosen Turkish Wash Cloth Sc each 500 doses 5c Turk nit Wash Cloth 9 He each 500 dosea 8 He Turk nit Wash Cloths 8c each 10OO doaen gtte Turknlt Wash Cloths ...5c each Clearing of Wool Dress Goods One-Half Price Nothing sensational about it! These are prices to clear our counters for another season. No matter what they cost, they all must go. They will be placed on one long counter. You can inspect them all at your leisure. . One price just half of original price. 8V Seamless rted Sheets, full size 81x90, extra hear? grade 00c 50c Seamed Bed Sheets, 72x00, mad with patent seam, extra fine quality of sheeting 8 for $1 Best quality shower proof foulard silk, $1.00 quality, 69c $1.25 quality, 79c Suitable for any formal or in formal dress, morning, afternooa or enlng. All pure silk, proof against dust and water; won't spot and will not spilt or crack. Drapes perfectly. In a choice suit of style. Your choice 60c and 70c a yd. Crash Toweling 17c Bleached Crash 12 c a yard 18c Bleached Crash 13c a yard 20c Bleached N Crash. 15c a yard 22c Bleached Crash 18c a yard 25c Bleached Crash 20c a yard JANUARY SALE Huck Towels ISc Hack Towels, Sale Price 12 He 85c Huck Towels, Sale Price lc 45c Huck Towela, Sale Price S5c 50c Huck Towels, Sale Price 20c 75c Huck Towela, Sale Price 50c 1 Huck Towels, Sale Price 75c 91.50 Huck Towela, Sale Price 91 German Attacks and Counter Attacki Are Repulsed. ALL GAINS HAVE BEEN HELD French lafaatrr Oecaay Tfcree Mre Llaee mt II ana ra la ateiabaek Artillery Eebagea at Severed Folate. PARIS, Jan. 1 The French nfflri il tatement on tha Progress of the given out thla afternoon recltei a -i of encounter! along the battle lire o. comparatively minor Importance, cr -man attacka and counter attacks hnv been repulsed; French raJaa have Nc i retained: the artillery exchange have been spirited, and In Stelnbach, - where street flshtlnK has been coin en for several days, tha French say they have occupied three new lines of houses. The text of tha communication follows: "Durlna; the night of December 31-Jan-uary 1 the enemy delivered at numerous points along the front a aeries of at tacks which wera repulsed m-lth eae. "Tha region to tha aorth of the Lyt waa during tha day of January 1 the scene of a very spirited artillery en gagement, which took place on the dune of Nleuport and at Zonnebeke. "At Pt. Georges the enemy did not continue his counter attacks, and all out gains have been retained. More Artillery Daels. In tha regions of Arraa. of Albert ana of Roye there have been artillery duels. l ne enemy blew up two of our cnlssonr between fieaumeta and Achtcourt In revenge wa demolished tha enemy' t trenches at Parvlllera and at L. BoIp- sells, and we stopped tha operations of tha mine thrower aet up In front of Fri court. "Our artillery also obtained hanov re- anlta In the region of the Alsne. wher? It silenced the artillery of tha enemy ana dispersed several concentrations of German troops. Wo hava Installed our aelvea on the plateau of Nouvron, In cer tain excavations caused by tha cxDlonirm of mines. Tha Germans were not able either to advance or drive ua out. All their counter attack wero driven back. "In tha region of Rhelms there was a lrly violent bombardment by the enemy. ' "In tha region of Perth ea wa occupied and retained a forest two kilometers to tha northeaat of Meanll-Lae-fiurlua. The aneaiy did not deliver a counter attack. Iat Oieaal Rrwnplrd. In tha Argonne, In the forest of La Orurla, tha local retirement reported yes terday has not had any effect. We havt reoooujited a part of tha ground lost an.) w are holding our positions strongly. wn iu Doitun ot ma xueuae inere Has bean an artillery engagement, but with out great eeverity. "In tha Woevre wa hava retained the positions gained by us December W with out experiencing a counter attack from tha enemy, and In tha forest of LaPretre wa hava made a slight advance. "Ia tha Vosgea wa have driven back a German attack on our positions at Bre- mnl! t hp, bllAFMAtAM 1 - m IT. . onvUler. Inflicting heavy loams on the German a. Tha enemy has auatatned heay losaea also at Stelnbach, where our uuaniry yesterday occupied three new lines of houses." Germans Fortifying Ground in Poland Already Occupied FBTROGRAD, Jan. t (Vlaj London. ) Tha inactivity of tha Germans 1n the neighborhood of Warsaw for some days past la explained, according to reports reaching here, by the claim that they have employed thla time In fortifying the territory already taken up to the Bsura river and along the left bank of the lower and middle Vistula river. According to reliable Information reach-, lng here, Lods, Lowtca, Bklernle wlce and Plotrkow are now aa strongly fortified aa Kali as and Csenatochowa. Tha Germans have attempted to make thla territory as difficult to Invade aa Is German soil. Residents of West Poland who are now reaching Petrograd state that hundroda of factories hava been blown up by the Germans and that all available building material, especially 'bricks and metals, hava been used la tha construction of tba new fortifications. Recent German attacks between Sklernlewlce and War saw hav their base at . Lewies and Plotrkow, which are said to be equipped with rail road a, telegraphs and all the necessary accessories of war. Immunity Pleas of New Haven Men Are Without Merit NEW YORK. Jan. 1 Tha federal ti. trlct court overruled today the pleas or Immunity Interposed bv John L. Biliary James 8. Elton and William Skinner to Indictments charging them with criminal violation of tha Sherman law la connec tion with their acta as directors of the Now York. New Haven Hartford Rail road company. Elton. Skinner and Blllard claimed fiat they wera entitled to Immunity bo. an of testimony given by them before Hip Interstate Commerce commission prior to the return of the Indictments. The court's dadaioa means that they will now ba called upon to plead to the in dictments, wtrtch Include eighteen other well known men, all dlrectora or former directors of the road. Combustibles Are Hidden in Hay on Ship With Horses NEW ORLEANS,. Jan. l.-CombuM:- blea wera found in hay on board tU Biitlah steamer Rembrandt, which re- eently sailed from Baltimore and later caught fire, according to a statement her today by A. Ellin, its captain. Tha ship sailed from Baltimore loaded with horaea for tba allies, but waa forced ta put back lato Newport News because of tha fire. 0LT 0H "BROKII rilK." To eat tha aenulue. rail fnr full Laxative ftroino Quinine. Look for signa ture of E. V4 . tirevf. Cures a cold In one day. n ctita.