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TIM' lWr. UMAli.V. N. I IHUA, .lUNfci 12, VJIX
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Ad-a-Tsarl T.mlao at Sdkolm'a.
Bar Boot Frist X Now Beacon Ft
Baoiato BffloUaoy Th Ho puU
alnnsr served at Achilla hotl.
im Brlds tipMt at lat on ot
ur alcotrlc lamp. Bunres-arnden Co.
Dr. famaa P. CosaellT. Poatiat, wlahaa
to announce th removal ot hit offtpo
to -n Brows block, lth and Douglas
BU. Formerly la City National bank.
ToasT Oomplsto Mono Hop"'
elaaalflod aectlon today, and appear la
The Pee EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what
ta earlona morlnc pleture theater offer.
Bultca. 1 Btolsa O. A. Lander of
nd Oak, la.. Inform the police that hlK
eultce.ee, containing clothing. In cash
and a ticket to Minneapolis, wa stolen
lrom the Union station Thursday night
Keep Disorderly Hons Anna Wil
son, colored, 171i North Twenty-first
street, charged with keeping a disorderly
house, was arraigned In police court and
fined $100. Seven inmates were dis
charged. ' BteUa Smith Bound Ovsr Stella
Smith, colored, Thirteenth and Daven
port streets, charged with robbing Joe
Nlcrola of BL Joseph of 1100. wa ar
raigned In police court and bound over
to the district court, with bonds fixed
Chinese Bound Over Leo Quong and
Wing Sing, celestials arrested for non
tonformlty with the provisions of the
"dope" law, waived a preliminary exami
nation befor the United States commis
sioner and were bound over to the grand
Jury under tl.OOO bond each, which they
Visiting XI Farsnt J. Ralph Wood,
son of tamer 1L Wood of the Union Pa
cific, has arrived from the fruit ranch at
time, visiting his parents. Mr. Wood ai
serts that the prospect for a bumper
fruit crop throughout the Pacific coast
country was never better than this year.
To Bala Vnada for Church Th
William colored singers will appear at
the Grove Methodist Episoopal church.
Twenty-second and Seward streets, Tues
day, June 22. In a concert for the benefit
of the church. This organisation Is well
and most favorably known and has ap
peared all over this country and gave
130 performances in England.
High and Grade
At Benson Schools
The Benson High school graduating
das of 1915, the largest In 1U history
wilh twenty-six members, held its exer
clies Thursday evening with the follow
"Heavens and the Earth Display," High
Invocation, Rev. C. II. Burrlll.
' Address of welcome. Hertha Christof
fttson. . .
Kesponae from eighth grade, Gladys
Chorus. "Moonlit Meadows," senior
''oration, "Heroes ot Peace," Glen Gard
ner. Valedictory, Metta Blair.
Cantata, Ulrla' Olee club; Alice Mc
Benediction, Rev. C. H. Burrlll.
Address. A. O. Thomas.
Members of the graduating class were:
Kthel le Land
Km ma Hansen
' siixra iJiiiiaa
The eighth grade graduating program
was as follows:
"Soldiers' Chorus," from "Faust"
(Gounod), class. i
History ot the class, Mary Norton.
"Kentucky Babe" iCleibel), Boys' Glee
"The Panama Canal and It Uses,"
Piano solo. "Two Larks" (Leschetlsky),
"How 1 Found My Brother," (Elbert
Hubbard), Thomas Crossley.
"Serenade" (Schubert). Girl' Glee club.
"Mother' Apron String," lone Gard
ner. Presentation of diplomas, Carl Ander
son, president of school board.
"The Miller's Wooing." eighth grade.
The members of the class are:
Francis Anderson Clarence Andreasen
I jester Palmer
Mabel St owe
PIONEER PICNIC AT
MILLER PARK JUNE 26
At the meeting of the Douglas County
Pioneer association yesterday after
noon. Saturday, June was the date
set for. holding that annual picnic. It la
to be held In Miller park from 10 o'clock
In the morning until 4 o'clock In the af
ternoon,, with dinner at 1 o'clock. Gus
Lochner was appointed general chair
man, with power to select hi assistants.
To help out. Rome Miller donated the
use of his automobile for the day.
The pioneers decided to observe Ne
braska Pioneers' day, Sunday, June 13,
by Joining with the Grand Army and th
Elks, the latter holding Flag day aer
vltes in Hanscora park at S: o'clock In
A memorial on the life and work of
Martin Dunham AmfA .
ordered spread upon th records.
Messrs. Miller, Klerstead and Couns
man were appointed to prepare and pre
sent a memorial upon the life and deeds
of Joseph Redman, deceased.
MPS RUTH PETERS WRITES
PRIZE TEMPERANCE ESSAY
Mis Ruth Peters, a junior of the Uni
versity of Omaha won th prise of Hi
offered annually by Mr. John Fekln
for th best temperance essay.
Mis Gladys Tallmad won second
Lonors with a cash award of $10 and
Mis Eugene Brennan wa given hon
Mis Peters will re present th Uni
versity of Omaha tow th state prise, con
sisting of m0 and known as the Irene
Jill van memorial. All college r-l th
stat are represented In the contest,
which U decided at Lincoln. Durng th
last two years Mis Nell Ryan and Ed
win Reils of th Omaha school have
taken th state tuuuxi.
FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1915.
All ta. Best Victor B.ord
Com la and Bear Them.
-BUROESS-NASH STORE NEWS FOR SATURDAY-
. Bsolnsiv Arsets for Omaha for.
th Timoni Chickerlng Ptaao.
PHONE DOUGLAS 137.
ASE FOR YOU I
This JUNE MARK DOWN SALE of
Brings the Season's Biggest and Best Values
EVERY Fuit, doth or silk in our
stock is included.
Every one represents the very acni?
of style, exclusive and distinctive
in character and the saving advant
ages ore quite unusual.
Six big groups:
Suits that were to
Suits that were to
Suits that were to
Suits that were to
Suits that were to
Suits that were to
BorgeM-Baah Co. Second rloor.
Til Kit K It possibly nothing that
ha caught on more quickly
than the fad of wearing marabou
or ostrich feather neck scarfs for
summer. Our show ins, 1 very
complete and we feature a very
special ostrich scarf for Saturday
In white, black and colors, at
13.95; also marabou scarfs In
white at $5.00 and $7.00.
Neckwear 50c to f 1.00
New Quaker sets and collar of fin
organdy and transparent voile, also
new cretonne collars and sets.
Neckwear Sum plea, to 7V,
at tftc and 23c.
Including collar ami cuff sets,
veateea, fichus, roll anil flat col
lars of organdy, linen and venlc
lace, values to 75c, in two lota, at
BSe and 15o each. . '
Boxg.ss-Wa.h Co. Mala floor.
Drugs and Sundries
Java rice pow
der, 50c ilie
C a n t h rox for
i h a m poo, 50c
Ize for . . .20c
sice for . . .lDu
paste, 50c slr.e
Williams' t a l
16c site . . .loo
15c sire . . .10c
it 2ftc to 93.00
Oo. Mala rioor.
large also pkg.
Fels. Na p t h a
soap, special at
10 cakes . .39o
can for ...17c
roll, 4 for.. 23c
-1-lb. pkg. 10c
Auto m o bile
kind for .. .79c
Hot water bot
tles, $1.60 kind
Remarkable Values in Hosiery and Underwear
Underprice on special lots that mean unusual buying opportunities here Saturday.
Women's 50c Silk Lisle Hose, 25c
Imported black Kanz, full fashioned, full regu
lar made foot, double garter top, high spliced heel
and double sole. The usual 60c quality at 25c a pair,
Women's Thread Silk Hose, 59o
Black or white, full fashioned, double garter
top. high spliced heel and double sole, irregularities
of $1.00 quality, at 09c a pair.
Women's 25c Fibre Silk Hose, 15c
Tan color, fibre silk boot hose, full seamless,
the usual 25c quality, at 15c a pair.
Women's Thread Silk Hose. 85c
Pure silk, black with colored tips, full fash
ioned, regular made foot, high spliced heel and dou
ble sole, irregularities of 1.50 qualit y, at 85c a pair.
Women's 17c Summer Vests, 10c
liovr neck and sleeveless, full taped Swiss rib.
bed, the usual 17c kind at 10c each.
Women's 25c Summer Vests, 15c
Iaw neck and sleeveless, wing shield or shaped,
also high neck and short sleeves, cuff knee pants.
Oo. - Main rioor.
a Mirror at $1.00
EMn -O XACTLY like il-
12 lustration, 20x6
plate mirror with
picture at top. Sev
r rMll eral subjects for se
with fancy design at
top, regular $1.95
value at $1.00 each.
CARNATIONS, at lc
Fresh cut long stem carna
tions, white and colored, each, lc.
Fresh cut roses, each, 2c.
BorgMS-Baaa Co. Mala rioor.
Pretty New Trimmed Panamas That
Were to $5.00, Saturday at $1.65
THE ideal hat for "sports" wear, trimmed with Telvet
. ribbon, flowers and silk. An exceptionally big value
for Saturday at $1.65. '
New Trimmed WHITE
HATS Worth to $7.50
A choice selection, including large and
small sailors, trimmed with white
wings and white ribbons.
Hats that are most desirable for wear
with the summer frock. The range of
selection is very pleasing; you are cer
tain to find just what you desire most.
Borr.ss-Mash Co.- B.oond rioor.
Men! Make a note of this and pin it in your hat
Our Annual June Sale
Maker's OVERLOTS of
Starts Saturday morning with great preparations
and n remarkable layout of shirts and greater values
than we have been uble lo offer for a long time.
This sale is chock full of the shirts you want,
and need, and at a price you'll be pleased to pay.
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and
$3.50 Shirts, in One Big
Lot, Saturday at . .
Thousands of shirts, representing a
manufacturer's over lots, resulting
from cancel lntion of orders for one
reason or another but by no means at
tributable to any fault with the shirts.
Every shirt in the lot is this spring's
production, very newest and best fabrics, most desir
able colorings and patterns.
Ten per cent of the lot are silk
shirts that ordinarily would re
tail for 3.60 and $4.
The balance includes fine madras,
aolsette, chsriot, crepe and other
Some have soft collars detached
coat style, French and stiff cuffs,
patterns excentlonallr aood.
uenerously cut sizes 14 to 17. Honest $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.60 and
some $4.00 values which you can buy only here for 95c.
Other Splendid Furnishing Specials Saturday
Men's 25c to 35c Hosiery. 15o
A clearaway of odd lots of men's sillc. lisle,
fiber silk and plain soft cotton hose, were 25o and
S6c, at 16c a pair.
Men's Porosknit Union Suits, 69c
Hun of the Mill, white and ecru, short sleeves,
t uu uev lengiu, extreme values at 9o each,
Bar ess-Bash Oo, Slain rioor.
Men's Wash Neckwear, 60c and 25c
De Jolnvllle, also Tubular In pleasing patterns,
panel stripes and flowing end tub silks.
New Line of Auto Gloves
With gauntlet or short wrist, also ventilated
usie nacss wun leainer palms, 7&c to fZ.00.
Men's GENUINE PALM BEACH SUITS
Strictly Hand Tailored Throughout, at $5.00
HKKK'S by long oddR the greatest summer suit
value you'll find offered anywhere in town.
Every suit is made of genuine palm beach cloth,
double cold water shrunk made to conform to the
"BURNASC STANDARD" '
of Quality, which mean the very best possible at the price.
' Every garment Is stayed at everT mm ami rf,.ki. ,..t.
stitched. The coat has extra lined neck pad, making the coat
self retaining arm shields, hand finished collar. The pants
ore perfectly tailored, hand shaped, taped double apron, splen
did fitting, in fact the
Burgess-Nash Palm Beach Suits
for Men are Tailored to Hold Their Shape
and they hold it.
Natnral Palm Beach color, all sites, 82 to 60. for stouts,
slims or regulars. And the price is $5.00.
Men's Suits That Compare Well
With the Usual $22.50 Values $13.65
diagonal weaves, (lien Urquahart plaids and novelties r.iVL'
or patch pockets, strictly band tailored. Plain
Barf-BaB Co. Tourta rioor.
'atunirdlay m the Bwgeog-Maigh Baoemmit MeOTTOinni
The Clearaway of Women's
SUITS, COATS AND SKIRTS
The Values Are of the Most Unusual
Sort and Will Appeal to You Saturday
THE SUITS represent a great variety of
good serviceable styles in the best ma
terials. Suits that were formerly priced to fo nC
20.00, now PkJa70
Suits that were formerly priced to
Suits that were formerly priced
to $20.00, now
Skirts to $7.50, for $1.95
An assortment of cloth skirts in a variety
of styles and kinds of materials, were to $7.60.
Coats That Were $10.00, at $3.95
Garments that feature again in one special
group of extraordinary worth. Every material
is Included; good models, were to $10.00, re
duced to $3.95.
Women's and Misses' SHOES
That Were $3.50 to $5 at 95c
I rCL.UDINa women's pumps, oxfords and
boots. In white nubuck, white canvas,
tan Russia calf, gunmetal and kid skin.
nivf are mostly taaen rrom our reg
ular lines on me second
Floor, that sell at $3.60,
$4.00 and 15.00: Satur
day at IUf
ax our reg-
WOMEN'S HIGH or LOW SHOES, Small
Sizes, Were to $3.00 for 50c
If you have small feet and your size Is here, this is the shoe
bargain ot a decade, also odd lota of children's shoes to $3.00;
Saturday at 60c.
MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S SUITS
That Were to $10, Saturday at $4.95
"C VERY suit a late spring style in dark and medium shades, well j
iitivivu luiuusuuui, an pica ai. m .i, rare vajue indeed ai St.sa,
Hoy's $4.00 Knickerbocker Suits, 93.00. "
.Made with' two pairs of pants, for ages 6 to 18 years, fancy caa
slmeres and i-hevlots, very special at $2.69.
Boys' 75c Wash Pants, 80c
Fast colors, neatly made and trimmed, for ages 3 to 8 years. 75c
kind at 39c.
Children's 50o Rompers, 20c
Children's rompers of percales, chambraya and ginghams, for
ages 3 to o years.
Barg-Vak Co. Baa.Bk.
WOMENS' HIGH OR LOW SHOES That Were
$4.00 to $5.00 for $1.55
Transferred from the Second Floor section. Including high
shoes in dull calf, black satin, tan and gray suede, also punjpa
MEN'S $3.50 to $4.00 OXFORDS and
HIGH SHOES at $2.15
A big lot of tan Russia calf oxfords and high shoes, also fine
black velour. calf skin oxfords and high shoes, regular $3.60 and
$4.00 lines reduced to $2.16.
Bargs-aa Co Bas.m.nt.
Hose at 25c
WOMEN'S Imported hose
black cotton and lisle,
full fashioned, full regular made
with garter top, neat embroid
ered insteps, 60c values at 26c
Women's 23c Hose lBc
Women's Domestic hose, black,
white and tan, lace openwork
boot hose, full seamless, 26o
value at 16c a pair.
Barg-Bab Oo B assonant.
10c Ink Tablets
at Three for 10c
Ink tablets, regular 6c and
10c kind, at 3 for 10c.
10c Writing Paper, Be
White linen finished writing
paper, 10c kind, 6c.
5o Envelopes, 2 for Co
Business envelopes, regular
6c package, 2 for 6c.
5c Inks at 2 for 5c
Assorted colors. Including Inks
for stamp pads.
Bar .as-Bass. Oo. Bas.rn.at.
Your Films Developed Free
when orders are left (or printing. This
is kodak time. Take a kodak with you.
Bare ms-Baa k Co Mala rioor.
BOYS' SUITS With 2 PAIR PANTS
That Were $10.00 to $18.00 at $5.95
"hjf ADB of the very best materials, strictly hand-tailored throughout.
tlA AA J???" 'oVan7 n,J;t.Ure-' f0f M 6 t0 18 W
f io.vvj oaie price so. bo.
Boys' WASH SUITS Were
to $2.50, Saturday at $1.45
A remarkably good range of selection for the
little fellow from 2 to 7 years, made up in middy,
vestee, Oliver Twist and other good styles. The
materials are galateas, chambrays, ginghams, etc.,
In a splendid range of colors.
Boys' Wash Pants 35c to $1.25
Just the sort of pants you want for the boy
for summer wear, ages 4 to 17 years, plain and
knlckerbocker style ot khaki Hnen, galatea and
' Itoy' Hats. IUk n-.i a k .. na-
, - ' i - wt.uv win, om;
J r!7,,f.h,p!,"tjrl9. -nd,c,op Knickerbocker style, for ages 5
for the little fellows: a splendid I to 18 years, including blue serges
line for selection Saturday. and fancy; were $1.60.
BorsMs-Bash Corourth rioor.
Get Under One of These Straws Sat.
at $1.45, Regular $2.50 to $4 Values
SAMX'LE line of a big maker, embrac
ing Bcorea of now, good styles. Full
line of sizes, high crowns, low crowns,
medium crowns, sennets and rough
straws. You are certain to find just
the hat that suits you best and at a
big reduction under the regular price.
Men's Genuine Panama Hats Includ
ing Values to $7.50 at $3.45
The hats are genuine panaina and embrace every desirable shape
and style for this season. Hals that are splendid values to $7.60, for
Saturday, your choice, $1.4 6.
BarvMS-Baaa Co ronrth rioor.
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Saturday Is Chocolate Day
hiDDed CrSMtn Cliociilatna 4 (W in.litw in
KtmIi Oram I'aramvia. nut or dI.Ih ii
Our Kpsciai Hlack W alnut Prnoihl, lb. toa
Kum.-iiutd. I'eanut Britll. lb. ........lo
Ksilod feanuta, lb. ....So
Barsss-Bash Oo B as.iu.st.
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