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THE OMAHA SUNDAY MV.V.i .TANTARY 3, 101.V
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12 to 16-inch Edges--25c Values-Special 1 1 C
W. 4 ambrlc end Nainsook Fdgca With eyelet and floral designs. A good iSTa
width and quality for flounciuits aul underwear
I.VInrh Fine Crepe and Voile
Mournings Floral and con
ventional designs, l'onttl vcly
worth t!'o a yu.; salo
S7-Inoh Tin Ictii and Batista
flouncing In rim my flornl
ami Madeira design: also fine
niilnMOoh, with r r-lcl
pattern. 9So quiillty
Specially priced, yard..
tT-tnch Berts and LongclotU
rionnclnfa Crochet, ti e m.
stitched and ruffled ii1r,
10 ft fW SWIsiH nil- -
nvuri In eyelet rii-slgn. jjP
Worth 5!c a. ysrd
It to flO-Inoh B.sntlfnl Batlet
and Iwlii rionnoiaga and
Csmtsol. Edcs Very rtnltity
rrorlirt and eyelet ilrntgnn. .V
few very fin Ivihy fni
lorn" Regular M)o
Values Special, yard...
9U te -taok ! sseroM.r.a' I I
Ear, and la..rtlon In Hw. Ml
and NalnennK. suitable for baby
VA'nrth up to
wtsa, Cambria aad loaf- f
elath InsorUoas aad Btad- f
k, suitable for baby aat
underwear. 7 I I
las at aa 4a Y. A a. at
Afan CtAer Lots
Biggest Stocks, Largest Assortments,
B. R. Bonney Applies for rtfiit
I Right to Build Wooden Spares
1 for Emergency Use.
ji I TO BE PUT ON MARKET MARCH 1
M j Will Br tl-la-Omha. rrodnet
rl! and Mr. Hoaarr a' Alreadr He-
reltlna Aijtaace Ordera aad
Signing 1 Aitrnclfa.
c'aliy, and this Great White Sale brings the opportunity that has been awaited. We have prepared better than ever. Great
s ;ahd Greater Assortments here than we've ever shown before and values incomparable. Make your lists now, as you read.
V Wonderful Interest
D. n. Bonnry, U'VS North Twenty-ninth
trat, aaa Invented a new mtomown
ppllanre whlrh blila well to b a revela-
lion In the comfort and convenience ot
utomohllfl drlvtnc. eTr,ally croaa-coun-
j j try tourlnn. Mr. Bonnev has Invented
I ! an amrrgenry tire, which he calls "Clel-r-I
I Hem." and It la aaid to ba the moat aat
lafactory of all emergency tires.
. I At 37c
eiitsj including many sami
O o v n $
uj lirassicros and
lcs, bought i'or g Covers. Lace a
K broidery triinnii
Imice of a big lot of
laee edged, full cut.
Dainty and crisp un-dermusliiis.
iii'cial lot of
covers wiui tiainiy
lace and embroideries.
Worth nenrlv double.
Corset Covers. About
80 dozen. Made with
lace or cmbr.udery
trinunings. K x e e p
Drawers. Only about
f0 dozen. They are
cut good and full
neatlv tucked and
Brassieres. About 50
trimming. Frill cut.
Values really extraordinary.
For Crepe dc
lace trimmed worth up to $J.OO.
3f J F o r Crepe do
J& Chine Combinu-
' tions- -worth up to $.W.
io h J o J Jf Chine, Skirts,
i triinmed worth up to $8.98.
! & rbtTb For Vor" fino
. Q)iHi Crepo de Chine
-downs worth up to $10.00.
Children's and Infant's Specials
Lace and embroidery
to 0 years. .
Made of good mim
lin and neatly
All nlzs. . . IOC
Oowns. Rome nicely
others plain OOC
Waists These are
Children's F 1 g u r e d
Crepe downs -
These are really
Children's and Misses'
Crepe Drop Seat
anil Drawers Well
Infant' White Slips -Tucked
and 1 n
Children's O ut t n g
coats . . .
and Our Windows
dj Particulars of Our
Dale of Blouses
i7 be a record breaker
Ami d French-American Undermuslins
At 69c, $1.00 and $1.39
This is the dainty new undermuslins that have all the
features of the original French lingerie, but cost one-third
to one-half the price. Imitation and real hand embroid
crjt. Semi-hand and machine made (iowns, Skirts, Chem
ise, 'Envelope Combinations, Combinations, Drawers and
me Goods Alone Are Big
io Crowd the Store
hildren's Wear, Undermuslins, Slips, Etc. Wonder
ps. irMany of these, materials have been manufac
? 4aie,and cannot be .duplicated ;at any other time
-cii$p) at such low prices. The savings average
Pajre double the selling prices.
Wliito iilsh Linen 90 Inches wide.
. Worth $1.00 yard. White
itlte Irish Linen 36 inches wide.
Snow white. Medium heavy.
Worth 39c a yard.
-AVhlte Sale price ....
Fluked Voile, Check Kffwt 40
inches wide. Worth 50c OQ
yard. White Sale price.. aIC
Heavy Irish I.lnen .",G inches wide.
Cream white, French finish.
Worth tiOc a yard.
White Sale price . . . .
Pin t'lierk White IMmlty 28 Inches iWlgian Mnen CVasIi Suiting
VV.rtli Inn vnrrf 1 nm ia h-UIa Vri4 Vt II fill
l , ri (lVSkia i'V J . mm m 1UV. av. vivaiu
C Z yale I rice
yard. White Sale price.
White Nainsook, Worth 35c Yard
Sfis lot was bought away under regular market prices a few-
iontlis aso and we have saved it especially for our January T
...White Sale. It is 4 5 inches wide and ail extraordinary I llfT
value at this low price Monday: per yard
Special Prices for Fine Nainsook in 10 and 12-Yd. Bolts
Imperial Nainsook uC inches wide
Imperial Nainsook u6 Inches wide.
One ftpecial Number of Fine Nain
t.ook 40 in. wide. J QC
10-yard bolU for. . . J 1 aOO
Sea Inland Nainsook 36 inches
wide. ( 12-yard bolts 2
Sea llnnd Nainsook 40 inches
wide. 12-yard bolts 2 65
Family Nainsook 36 inches wide
IU-)ttd bolts -I QQ
P JL Ui
j tionnl values. trimmett. j tlinary. IJ
111 : fFWimm1 1 B
Here is the Signal to Buy All Your Bedding and Table Linens
Monday night, in thousands of homes, thrifty housewives who are always on the alert to save
money on home necessities, will be proudly showing the beautiful linens they will have bought
in this record-breaking sale and they will be no less proud of thei immense amount of money
they will have saved. Read every item carefully.
Do You Need Napkins ?
Full Hleached Mercerized
Napkin lS-in. fize. Re
nlar 9c quality. Special,
in the basement
All-Linen, Double Satin Itaina.sk Napkins Extra
heavy. Very elaborate patterns. Just 100 dozen
in the lot. Worth $3.50 to 15.00 tf0 rft
a dozen. January Sale price, dozen. . J)aaOVJ
Damaxk Dinner Napkins, All-Linen 2 4-inch nlze.
High class, superior double satin finlch; extra
heavy. All exclusive designs. Regular $8.50 to
$10.00 values. Only 50 dozen In CC f(
the lot. January sule price, dozen POaV"
All-Linen lUnitthk Napkins Dinner size. Larue
variety of patterns to select from. Sell regu
larly to $2.00 to $2.1'5 dozeu.
January Sale price, dozen
All-Linen Tea Napkins
Plain and Interlock stitch, scalloped ends
inch size. Worth $3.00 per dozen
January Sale price, doien
Wry Fine All-Linen !land-Kmbroldred Madeira
Napkins Worth from $8.60 to $12.50 a
dozen. January Sale price, d Hfl
All-Linen Lunch Cloths
36 and 45-inch sine. Madt of Austrian beached
damask hemstitched or scalloped. ..''Rulnr
$1.50 and $2.00 values. Special, t - ff
in January Sale, each 2laUU
Hand-ErabrM'red Madeira Lunch Sets
Thirteen pieces in each set. $7.50 03 QQ
values. January Sale price, set.. 4OasO
The entire sample line of one of the foremost
Importers of High-Class Fancy Linens beauti
ful and handsome Cluny Lace and Renaissance
Lunch and Dinner Cloths, Hand-Embroidered
Madeira Luncheon Seta, Towels, Scarfs and
Tits on Wheel Him.
I Tho tlr la lomponcd essentially of
j light but tounh wood, with a inntal outer
l trend snd ruther bumpers on th. undef
l1. It Is to N used when puncture.
rrpa, blowouta and the like render a tiro
abaoliitely uneleta for further travel.
The wooden tire, wlilrh Is constructed In
all alxea, csn he Instantly applied to any
kind of rim. clincher, quick detachable)
or quiet detachable domountahle, and th
car can proceed to the cloaeat aervlca
station quite eaflly.
The tlrs Is applied to the wheel rim by
the application ot one stationary bolt
and csnnot creep on the rim. No alter
ation Is nereasnr), as It can be put on
or taken off In ono minute.
Rainpera FllmtnaU. Jolts.
It Is built exactly like a ruhher rasing,
of the same shaie nnd appearance. It Is
I built of one-plrco weed und on tho out
side la an outer tread of cold rolled itwl,
perforated with S-lnrh hole. il-isff.
which rlvee It tread and which will hold
aa well In mud or sand as on slippery
It Is divided Into thren section. It la
locked together at two connections, and
tha third connection has a S-lnch ateel
draw bolt. Cnder the wood lira rubber
bumper set hard against the wheel rim.
so that Jolta and bump are eliminated.
HpeaJdna of his Invention, Mr. Bonney
declares: 'Th. OeUU-Ilnnt should becom
a moat popular amerfcncy tire. It la
guaranteed, the expanse Is light 97.10 ta
117.50 It stand any kind of wear, the
wood will not crack and la a van rock-.
proof. It can be carried conveniently and)
I a great comfort.
"It will save carrying casings er In
flated spares that are rryctalUstng at
every jar of the car, that ere deteriorat
ing while not In use. Rubber must be
kept in action or It dlea.
Last Many Years.
"These wooden tires will last the life
time of a car and perhaps two or three
car. They can be applied anywhere at any
time without difficulty, even much mora
easily than a tire can be applied."
Mr. Bonney has made aome of the
tires and baa thoroughly tested thera out.
With Fred Jensen and Atle Andetwon,
both of this city, he will start the manu
facture of t'nese tires in Omaha so that
j ha can Introduce them to the market by
l March 1. Already he has received several
orders for delivery when be starts to
i manufacture, and he la busily signing ua
ajtentn all over the country.
The present site of the concern la at
I22V37-29 North Twenty-second street. .
Actual Value U
Fancy Scarf and Centerpieces Scalloped, em
broidered or crocheted lace effects. 29c to
3 5c values. Special. In the Base
Kt'imi.HNance Lace and Japanese Drawn-Work
Hcarf Dresser or buffet size. Worth $1.00
to $1.50. A 6peclal offering In
January sale, each
Embroidered Voiles, j Striped Ratine Crepe
Batistes and Epongei 3 !n'h Wide,
. Worth 20c yard
40- indies . wide, worth t1-1"' I f Tj r 1
var.l. Special Monday 1 UC aTCF I aFCl.
White Barred and Checked Dimity
2 7 inches wide. Worth 10c f
yard. White Sale price.... OC
jShnual January Sale of Corsets
-t . , in, MMt . II u nunc. ,ur;uiiiii "ti. ..... .,
Vll e kirt length. These are un- bom'
! ustiil values. Only a limited enibroidi
mmT quai .lty. Sizes 20 f-r. Taluea f
)15 ( to 10. At eP.t-.OU sale, at
Anii igyrTT iiti r
January $1 Special
Beginning Monday and continuing throughout the month
of January, we will put on sale corsets of special value in ma
tt rial, boning and workmanship.
New Spring Model Corsets
Regular $5.00 Values A
.'Specially Priced at . .
In silk broohe. Medium bust
wjth i-lififht curve at waist line
in front, with new straight line
in back. Sizes '.ID to '.IC. A sav
ing f 1.00 oil one of the latest
Tv 1 Popular Makes of
Corse i in Fancy Brocades
In .oir., md white. Medium b ist with
A fine coutll corset. Tho new height
at top. Top well boned with pro
tector under front steel. Rein
forced at bottom with extra
hook. Six garters attached.
Undoubtedly the best cor
set you ever bought at. .
Ilrairre, Hlzee 3 to 4 Embroi
dery trimmad. I'erfect fitting.
Button and cross in back
Lrassierr In lUrk or Front 4 'losing
bom' are lare trimmed, others
embroidery trimmed. Exceptional
valuea for our January r A
FuU Uleached Table Dnmaek 60
inches wide. Made of tine Ger
man mercerized yurn; In a range
of pretty patterns. Spe- n7
clal. In Dasement, yard. . l C
Full Uleached All-Linen Damask
70 Inches wide. Scotch and Irish
make. One of the greatest offer
ings in all-linen damask. Regu
lar $1.00 value. Special,
Full Uleached, KtiM'rir Finislift,
Double Satin Damask 72 inches
wide. In a range of the prettiest
patterns. Sell regularly for $1.25
por yard. January hale on
Pattern Table Cloths i
In nearly every home some new table cloths are need
ed right after the holidays. Those you had have been
used considerably of lato and you could not wish for a bet
ter opportunity to replenish.
price, per yard
Fine lllcm lied, Hlgli-ClaMt IKuble
Satin Dama"k 7 2 Inches wide. All
In exclusive patterns. Worth $1.75
priced, yard ... .
54 inches wide. Good heavy quality
the doublH fleeced Kind. iteBU-
lar 10c value. January
Sale price, yard
White Table Cloths Dreakfast
size. Fringed ends, with fan
cy red borders. 75c values.
January sale price, in
the basement, each
Ileum! itched Table Cloths 63
incb size. Made of fine qual
ity German mercerized dam
ask. All dainty patterns. Sold
regularly for 08c. In
Basement, special. . ,
Fine Imported Mewerixed Danw
ask Table Cloths; alxo Pure
Linen Austrian Dainak Table
Clot bs C4x64 Inches and 67x
67 inches. $1.50 val- OQ
ties. Basement, choice, OeC
All-Linen Dinner Cloth 72-ln.
size. Round or square, with
scalloped ends. All pretty
patterns. $o.00 and $7.50 val
ues. January sale
price, each . . .
All-Linen Table 4'IoIIih 72x72
inches. Made of fine quallty
double damask, sutln finish;
round designs. $2.50 and
2.75 values. Janu- ti . QQ
ary sale price, ea. J5 X .eO
All-Linen Table Cloths Made
of fine Austrian darnask,
grass bleached; 7 lx 1 03 Inches.
$4 values. Janu- tQ QQ
ary sale price, en. ). vO
Pattern Table Cloths Made of
superior quality IrlttU damask;
very fino finish double dam
ask in extra sires. Bux'JO
Inches and U0xJ03 Inrhi
worth $H.50 to
$10. Special, eu
Very Fine Austrian Linen Table
Cloths Extra heavy double
damask; sculloped ends, round
designs. Worth Jl QQ
$10. Special, each, Pt.I0
7 He values. Sale Price, Each Mc
15c Values. Sale Price, Each.. 10c
25c Values. Sale Price, Each.. 10c
40c Values. Sale Price, Each.. 25c
i noo Dosen Full Dlearbed Turkish
Towels An over-production or
one of the foremost American
Towel Mill J, including name towela
and mill seconds. Valuea in this
lot worth up to $1.26.
January tale price, each.
Worth 5c each. January
White Sale Price Monday
As long as tb. lot lasts,
. this M
All-Linen Serving Cloths
20x37-inch size. HeiUKtltched and
scalloped ends: pretty damask
patterns. Regular 75c to $1.00
values. January Sale price, rn
Lace Tea and Luncheon
45 and 54-inch size. Dran-work
centers, trimmed with deep
all around. Regular $
$2.25 values. January
Sale price, each . . . .
All Linen Lunch Cloths
Cotton Twilled Toweling With
' fancy red borders. (Limit, 10
I yards to a customer.) Worth 5c.
Special in the Mase
mtut, yard ........
Full Bleached CotUui Hurk Tow
cling Soft finished kind, fine
weave. 9c value. January sale
price, in Uasement, per
i All-I ln.-n IUcache. and
llletulicd Toweling The
Scotch kind. Worth 16c.
Fine Quality. 4 5-lnch trie. High-grade
Austrian damask; scalloped ends.
Worth to $2.20. January
Embroidered Linen Slips
4 (Ml Fine All-Linen Kinbroidcied
and llcniktltclied Pillow Slips
46x36 Inches. Irish J 1 fQ
The unbleached kind. 97 I
Regularly 10c yard. qC
January Bale price Jew
One Lot of Towels to
Go at Half Price
Thomas Burt, 'Father
House of Commons
Retires from Work
(Correspondent of tne Associated Press.)
LONDON, Doc. W.-Thomas Burt, 8. M.
P.. who rose from pit boy to privy coun
cillor and Is now known as the "father
of the House of Commons," has decided
to leave- politics beotMiao of his advanoed
age and Infirmities. Iln la 77 years old.
The son of a miner, Burt attended
' school until 10 years old, when he got a,
Job In the Ilass.lwoll colliery, Durham,
at s wage Of 19 pence, or 20 cents a day.
lie bad a patslun for study and spent
spar time over such books and papers
as be wan able to obtain. .
Burt continued mining until S6 years
old. walking to and from work to his
home at Newcnstle, eight miles distant.
He then became an official of the North
umberland Minors' union. .
In IS. 4 Burt was elected to Parliament
as a member of the liberal party and
' has remained a lllx ral ever el tire, refus
ing to leave for the labor party. Ills
practical common sense, sturdy Indepen
dence, modesty and sood humor won hlm
frlrnds on all sides. He Joined the min
istry a under secretary for the home
office in 1KU and was made privy coun.
clllor In t!.
Karl Gray In a recent address described
i Burt aa tha finest gentleman he knew,
land sHr Edward Grey at a political dinner
j said: "No previous father of the Houso
. of Commons has ever been more loved
. and respected."
make. Special, pair.
lied Hpreada The crochet
$1.00 and $1.25 values.
January Sale price, ea.
Marseilles IW-d Spreads Very large
size. Plain or scalloped. $4.00
and $5.00 valuea. Your choice
in January Bale. fQ r A
Extra Fine Satin Marseille, lied
, Hpread Foreign and domestic
makes. Plain hemmed or scal
loped: cut corners. Only 60 in
ti e lot. Regular $H 50 to $10.00
values. An unusual (J f ff
bargain, at 40UU
Lxtrn Large sue Hcjuj Crochet
and Marseilli-M Kind Led Spreads.
Hemmed or walloped ends: cut
corners. Worth $2.7 5.
January sale pr.. ea.
Cotton Hock Towels Fancy red bor
ders, hemmed. Just 60 casee
in the lot. (Limit, one doz.)
Regular 10c values. Spe
cial, la January sale, each.
Full Bleached and Linen Finish Tow.
els Large sice. Fancy red borders.
hemmed ends. Sell regularly for
15c. (Limit, one dozen.)
January Sale price, each.,
All-Linen and Half Mnen Huck and
Damask Towels 18x$S and 20x40
Inches. Also Guest Towels. Regu
lar 25e to 35c values. Tour fO
choice In January aale, each. .1C
Towela Absolutely every thread lin
en. Hemstitched or plain hemmed -
ends. 20x40 In. Regular 35c to 40c
towels. The greatest value,
British Labor Party
Made During the War
(foneapondence of The Associated Press.)
LONDON, Dec. 10. Though the BrltlsH
laboring man hss. generally speaking,
rallied to th support of the government
In the present crisis, the trsde unions are
keeping a close watch on tbu many re
ports of abuses under war contracts.
Through tho worker' national committee
there has been appointed a subcommittee
representing various sections of the labor
party, whoae duty It shall be to investi
gate and aunimarlso charges, presenting
those that seem well founded to tho gov.
ernment departments responsible for con
The 'Inquiry will cover the quality of
food, cloth and other article supplied to
j tb army and navy; prices and profit;
, labor conditions in factories, especially la
factoriea where subcontracting is don.
The labor party Is greatly concerned
Just now with the evils attending sub
contracting. It Is allegad that some war
contract are handed down from sub.
contractor to subcontractor until tha
actual makers ar. five or sis times re
moved from the original receiver of the
order. By this method. It is charged, four
ot five middleman's profit are paid by
the nation : the orkrr Is cheated snd the
nation robbed by inferior material.
ate Teat (,
When you catch cold or begin t rouglj
take Dr. Hell' Plne-Tai-lioney. It pene
tratea the throat and lunga. Xc. All