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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1915)
Sunday, Jan. 3, 1915-
-BURQESS NASH COMPANY-
-STOItE NEWS FOR MONDAY-
-Phone Doug. 137.
TIT ft OMAHA SUNDAY UKK: .TANTARY H, mi.".
Mid-Winter Sale of
LACES at 10c
INCLUDING silk shadow
and Chantilly edges, net
top laces, shadow floun
cing, wkle cluny laces in
white and ecru. Big assort
ment for selection. Regu
lar 15c to 25c laces, at loc.
50c to 75c Lace, 25c
Colored silk nets, fancy
printed nets, 36 and 42-lnch,
shadow and oriental floun
cings, real Irish crochet
laces, clunys, Venice edges
and bands. 50c to 75c val
ues, yard 25c
10c Laces at 5c
Point Paris, cluny, torchon,
shadow edges, French and
German vals. Regular ioc
values, yard 5c
Barcraa-Kaak Ca Main Flaar.
BURGESS-NASH COMPANY'S FIRST
Begins Tomorrow, Monday Morning, at 8:30 O'clock
ND this announcement will bring tx thrill of pleasure to thousands of Omaha's most discriminating shoppers. It's a general SALE OF
Wmi JS that will set the low price standard for the entire community a great outpouring of the new 11)15 merchandise. A striking ex
ample of Burgess-Nash underselling ability just another demonstration of the splendid achievements of the past year. Every section given
over to white goods of any sort is brilliant with rare economies. Will you profit by it! Then make a memorandum of your needs of this
kind and be on hand early Monday to take advantage of the opportunities. We know the savings will warrant it.
w Sip th Greatest
Mid-Winter Sale of
$1.50 Curtains, 59c
LOOM luce curtain. Notting
ham weave. In white and
ecru, slip 40 inch's by 2Jj yards,
twelve dlfforent dentins, regular
price to $1X0: the tiair S9o
Sample Curtain, 60c
Salesman's ktui1pw of finest
marquisette, voile ami Ur.es with
insertion and lace edges, In
matched pntrs, lengths 1 to m
yards, very desirable for bunga
low or sash curtains, samples of
curtains that sell regularly from
$3.7 to $5.0'): the pair 60c
Drapery Remnants, 5c
Short lengths of cretonnes, nets,
scrims and marquisettes, b to
1H yards, rery desirable for
door, panel and small windows,
regular price 25c to 75c yard:
$2.00 Curtains, 95c
Nottingham weave, colors white
and ecru, size 42 inches by 24
or 3 yards. $2.00 values; pair. 95c
Bancr.a-Xa.b . Thlr4 Floor.
WE'VE planned for it we expect it, and there is no reason why it should be otherwise, because we made several very largo and fortunate purchases in our preparations for this sale before
the advance in prices and the assortments, the range of selection and the values are the greatest we have ever offered. We seriously doubt if you'll fiud them equaled elsewhere in town.
Every item exactly as represented. Come Monday and secure your season's supply while the most advantageous prices of the year prevail. A comprehensive idea of the splendid saving possi
bilities can be gained by a careful study of these items below:
75c Table Damask, 62c
Bleached all linen damask of medium weight,
60 inches wide, good 75c value.
Table Damask for 96c
Extra heavy all-linen table damask, 72 Inches,
silver bleach, exceptionally good wearing
$1.35 Table Damask, $1.18
- Extra fine heavy quality satin damask, from
Belfast, Ireland, new patterns, 72 Inches wide;
napkins to match $3.54 dozen.
$1.50 Table Damask, $1.28
72-lnch, all-linen satin dainasK, many choice
new patterns; dinner size napkins to match at
Table Damasks at Prices Much Lower Than the Belfast
Linen Market Warrants Today
Bleached and silver bleached table linens in a remarkable variety.
All Linen Damask, 44c
tMnch cream white, all-linen table damask,
haary and will stand hard, every day use.
95c Table Damask, 78c
Irish table linen, full bleached, choice of
several good designs, 68 inches wide; napkins
to match; 6 for $1.17.
$1.25 Table Damask, 96c
Full bleached Irish satin damask, 70 Inches
wide, beautiful finish, choice designs; napkins
to match; $2.89 dozen.
$2.00 Table Damask, $1.62
Two-yard, extra fine double satin damask,
new patterns; dinner else napkins to match,
AN assortment of table cloths,
napkins and table tops, which,
owing to a very slight Imperfection
so slight In fact you can hardly
notice ft the price is fully 1-3 off
the real value.
Cloths from 66x66 to 2xt yards,
usual price, $3.25 to $15.00. Sale
price $1.39 to $10.50.
Napkins In all the best alzes,
usual price $1.35 to $7.50 a dozen.
Sale price, dozen, 98c to $4.50.
49c Bath Mats, 38c
- Turkish bath mats, pink and
. white, blue and white combinations.
59c Bath Mats, 44c ;
' r Beautiful, design in pink, blue,
tan and gray: -Bare-!
Oa Mala Fleer.
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Breakfast and Dinner Napkins Very Specially Underpriced
for This Big Sale Monday
Scores of new patterns in a great variety of sizes and qualities
$1.50 Breakfast' Napkins, $1.18
IS-lnch breakfast napkins, all-linen, good
selection of new patterns.
Linen Napkins, $1.84
20-inch, all-linen nspkins, good slse and de
sirable patterns, very special value. .
All Linen Napkins, $2.18
Extra good Quality all-linen napkins, choice
$5.00 Dinner Napkins, $3.50 '
$4x24 dinner napkins, in a wide selection of
new patterns, exceptional values.
$3.00 Napkins at $1.48
Odd napkins, discontinued patterns, some
slightly soiled from display, values up to $3.00,
sale price, per dozen, $1.48.
$3.50 Madeira Napkins, $2.62
Machine scalloped with hand embroidered
corners, several pretty designs.
$7.50 Embroidered Napkins, $3.96
Bohemian band embroidered napkins, scal
loped and corner effects, choice designs. .
$6.50 Real Madeira Napkins, $4.38
Hand embroidered, scallop and beautiful cor
ner effects, choice new lot of patterns.
ALL sizes and qualities, spe
12Vac Towels, 8c
Generous size, all white with
hemmed ends, by the dozen, 94c.
18c Towels, 12V2c
An absorbent and good wearing
grade, size 18x36 and 22x41, by the
25c Towels, 16c
Full bleached, hemmed ends,
spongy Quality, by the dozen, $1.86.
35c Towels, 25c
Extra large size, plain white, soft
and absorbent, by the dozen, $2.94.
49c to 59c Towels, 38c
Fancy borders, also initial towels,
splendid values at regular' price,
sale price; 38c, or, dozen, $4.50,
' Darsera-TVash Co- Muln Floar.
Pattern Cloths and Napkins Underpriced
RICH satin damask table cloths, all linen, qualities that will hold their fresh appearance after
laundering. Floral center designs and deep attractive borders.
72.72 Cloths, were $2.35; now $1.78 72x72 Cloths, were $3.75; now, .r. . .$2.98
Napkins to match, were $3.00; now. . . .$2.38 72x90 Cloths, were $4.75; now. .... .$3.73
72x72 Cloths, were $3.50; now $2.63 72x108 Cloths, were $5.75; now. . . . .$4.48
Napkins to match, were $4.25 ; now .... $3.38 Napkins to match, were $5.50; now. . . .$4.25
Prussian Damask AH Linen Table Cloths
72x72 Cloths, were $6.00; now $4-.50. 72x126 Cloths, were $11.50; now: . . .$7.75
72x90 Cloths, were $7.75; now $5.50 72x144 Cloths, were $13.00; now.... $9.00
72x108 Cloths, were $9.75; now. .. . .$6.75 Napkins to match, were $7.50; now. . . .$5.00
'Round Scalloped All Linen Table Cloths
70-Inch Table Cloths, were $4.00; now. .$2.97 I 70-lnch Table Cloths, were $5.00 now, .$3.48
TOWELS are as staple as
wheat, but here are big
10c Towels, 7e
Huck towels, bedroom size, white
or colored borders, the do.en,7Be
Towels at 8 V.-
18x36-lnch soft' fine yarn, full
bleached, red stripe, the dozen, 94o.
18c Towels, 12Vc
Union linen buck towels, firmly
woven, bedroom size, red or blue
stripe border, dozen, $1.44.
35c Huck Towels, 25c
All-linen bemstltsted, soft finish
with damask borders; dozen, $2.94.
25c Huck Towels, 16c
Plain or bemsUtcbed, some are
union linen; extra large, others all
linen, dozen, $l,W. ;"... ,
B-rs;eaa-NasH C--Mala FlMr. .
CRASHES at prices that are
below cost price today.
Barnsley Crash, 9c
You know the quality, red bor
ders, bleached ready for use. .
' -2Vc Crashes, 9c
Even thread, all-linen with col
ored borders, very special value.
16c Crashes, 12y8e
Bleached, all-linen, Irish crashes,
iceptionally good quality flax,
plain or colored.
Crash at 14c
Extra fine yarn bleached, all-llnsn
crash for glass, silver or roller tow
els. Twill Toweling, 5c
Snow . white twill towelinc, aoft
linen finish, colored borders.
Bararvaa-Naah C Mala Ftaar.
Our First Mid-Winter Sale of New EMBROIDERIES
Is Certain to Set a New Low Price Standard for the Entire Community
GREAT stocks remarkable assortments extreme values. Crisp new 1915 embroideries in a world of pretty patterns and
designs at prices that will prove most tempting. The following will serve as examples of the unusual importance of this
sale, giving concrete evidence that you positively save considerably oh your embroidery supply for the coming season:
10c Embroidery Edges and Insertions, 5c 15c to 25c Embroideries at 10c
Pretty new cambric and nainsooa embroidery edges, insertions and Fancy novelties, edges and flounclngs In crepe, voile and nainsook,,
headings, excellent assortment of patterns, 10c values, yard Be also headings, edges and flounclngs in nainsook and Swiss 10c
25c to 35c Beautiful Display of New Dainty New Embroideries, 25c, 39c, 59c
Corset Cover Embroidery, 15c Imported 1915 Embroideries ITm..
Beautiful new design. In corset cover embrold- Ma,,P paltern of fln fltotBd mt lace Houncln, gJS
eriea and flounclngs In nainsook and swlss. 18 effects on organdy chiffon and marquisette b u a'b Monday. 76c to $2.00
Inches wide, regular 25c to 35c values.... 15c 8lotoh,27 jhp, French ' color m widths, embrolderieS ;.26e, 39o to Sc
Barceea-Ifaah C.w Mla Floar. ' ' Ranteaa-ltaafc Ce Mai riaar.
Monday in the BasementOur First Mid-Winter Sale of
SHEETS, PILLOW CASES, SHEETINGS, MUSLINS, Etc.
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WE timed our trip to the market accurately, as we found the big mills eager to quote prices that enable us to offer
you merchandise of this sort at prices much lower than ever before. Every housekeeper should secure her supply
of cotton goods here Monday for the entire year.
Utica Pequot Lockwood Dallas Pepperell
And Aurora wide eheetlng, sheets and pillow canes are the best
of all the known standard grades.. All are made of clean high-grade
cotton and the splendid savings possible here should Interest all.
$2.50 White Blanket, $1.19
All the wool finished full double bed size, white cotton blankets that
sol. up to 2.00 pair. Many worth $2.50 the pair, at .....$1.19
Nainsook, 10 Yards, $1.19
40-luc- wide, finest knlckerbocker
nainsook, )U0 value, bolt of 10
yards; January sale 1 1 Q
prtce; bolt $--
Long Cloth, 10 Yards, 89c
No. 2.00 Superior English chamois
finish yard wide long cloth on
$1.25 value; bolt of 10 yards OUC
Long; doth, 10 Yards 75c
No. 8250 Superior English chamois
finish yard wide long cloth 7 c
$1.10 value: bolt of 10 yards I OC
Long Cloth, 10 Yards, 50c
No. 555 Royal English long
cloth, chamois finish. 85c Cfl
Bleached Muslins, 5c
Full standard bleached muslins.
yard wide, soft finish, freei
from filling, at yard
Hope --Fruit of the Loom Lonsdale True Blue Yankee
Automobile, red, white and blue, Langdon, Dwlght, Anchor, etc..
are the kinds of muslins properly finished without a particle of dress
ing. The kind tbat Is wanted for home use. Now is the best time to
buy while these low prfces prevail.
4c, 5c, 6c, 7c, 7ic, 8c, Sic and 9c Yard
on Special Tables During Our First White Sale
. rt. . i . wm . v f m t
ruiuw i-Ding, c
Mill remnants of bleached pillow
tubing as long as one case 71
lasts, at yard f 2 C
12Vc White Dimities, 5c
Baby checked and plaid white
double fold dimities, remnants of
the usual 12V&0 grade, 2, 6 and
8 yard lengths, at yard . .
Remnants 25c to 35c
White Goods, 7c
K great assorted lot of all kinds
of fine white goods. We doubt
very much It such a splendid
assortment will be had again
this year. Mill lengths suitable
for waists, dresses, children's
wear, etc., fine white fancy
pique, voiles, rice cloths, In
dia linen, checked dimities.
plain organdies, Leno lawns.
fancy . checked
crepes, etc.. values
that are 25c and
35c, at yard
25c White Soisette, 12Vac
Most desirable for all-around use,
all the 25c mercerized fabrics, per
fect goods from the bolt, 0 f
at yard ICC
18c White Galatea, llac
White galatea, the best grade to
be had In medium and heavy
weights, 18c value from
the bolt, at yard
Bleached Muslins, 3Vc
Thousands of yards, bleached mus
lins, 36 Inches wide, such a low
price on standard bleached musUn
has never before been pos- Q 1
sible, at yard 0C
Unbleached Muslins, 3Va, 5c
36 and 38-lnch unbleached muslins,
remnants of good grade, fine
weave, special table,
12Vsc White Crepes, 5V,c
White Crepee, remnants of the
regular 10c and 12c Pa
cific crepes, at yard . . .
Fruit of the Loon
Muslin at 6Vtc
Fruit of the loom muslins, cam
brics and nainsooks, yard wide
each length with mill stamp.
Dwlght, Anchor muslins, the
very finest and best
to be bad, perfect
mill lengths, at,
Our -'First Mid- Winter Clearaway of Women's
Suits, Goats, Presses, Wraps, Gowns
Starts Monday Morning
at 8:30 O'clock
IT will be a . clearaway of more than
usual importance, because it includes
our entire stock of women's, misses' and
Children's ready-to-wear, and , every gar
ment is marked at a price that signifies
our determination to clear our stocks in
a hurry. ' , , '
Suits formerly $20.00, Monday for $ 9.95
Suits formerly $25.0b7Monday for j 1 2.50
Suits formerly $27.50, Monday or$ 18.75
Suitslormerly $35 to $45," Monday $25.00
Suits formerly $85 to $100," Monday $59750
Suits formerly $55 to $75, Monday $37.75
Coats formerly $15.00 to $16.50 for. .$ 6.95
CoaU formerly $17.50 to $19.50 for. .$ 8.95
Coats formerly $20.00 to $30.00 for. , $11.95
Coats formerly $29.50,-Monday for. ., .$14.75
Coats formerly $30.00 to $40.00 for. .$13.75
Coats formerly $45.00 to $75.00 for. .$23.00
Wrapt formerly $20.00 to $22.50 for. .$ 8.75
Wraps formerly $25.00 to $30.00 for. .$11.95
Wrap formerly $30.00 to $45.00 for. .$13.75
Wrapt formerly $140.00, Monday for. .$69.50
Wrapt formerly $140.00, Monday for. .$79.50
Wrapt formerly $145.00, Monday for. .$89.50
EVENING, AFTERNOON GOWNS AND DRESSES
Velvet dresses, were $20 to $25, for; . . .$ 8.93
Silk dresses, were $20. to $25, for. . . . .$ 8.95
Silk dresses, were $25 to $30, for. . '. , . .$13.95
Velvet dresses,' were $25 to $30, for. . .$13.95
Afternoon gowns, were $30 to $40, for. .$19.75
Afternoon gowns, were $50 to $75, for. .$34.75
Afternoon gowns that were $93, now. .$64.50
Evening gowns that were $50, now.' , . .$25.00
Evening gowns, were $35 to $45, now. .$18.75
Evening gowns, were $30 to $35, for. . .$13.75
Evening gown that were $89.50, now. .$34.75
Evening gowns that were $69.50, now. .$49.50
Evening gowns that were $95.00, now. .$69.50
Evening gowns that were $145.00, now. .$79.50
Evening gowns that were $110.00, now. .$69.50
Evening gowns that were $89.50, now. .$49.50
CLEARAWAY OF EVERY FUR COAT IN STOCK
$95.00 Marmot coats reduced to. ... . .$49.50
$195.00 Hudson seal coats reduced to. .$97.50
$300.00 Hudson teal coats reduced to. $150.00
$250.00 Hudson teal coats reduced to. $125.00
$110.00 Nearseal coats reduced to.... $59.50
$110.00 Tiger Cat coats reduced to $55.00
Stamped Pillow Cases, 49c
BEST quality tubing, nlxe 42iJ, In new eyelet and
Preach embroidered designs, with 2 paper Initial forms
and 3 skeins of floss for working ....49
Beaa i If aafc Ca-TftrS 111
Stamped Night Dresses, 69c
BEST quality nainsook. In new designs, made up, re
quiring only the embroidery to complete them, wlta
I skeins of floss for working, each G9o
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