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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1P15.
BRIEF CITY NEWS (HEAD OFFICERS OF ! Railroads Put On
Lxtra Coaches for
Wsftaiav Bin riril". Jwir.
X.iBanlat, Tailor 00 Paxton Blk.
Boot ITlEt It Nr t-.-a-nn IT
Masda Umpi, S3o tlurrcss-Oranrtrn
la:imaa Cm Throagn rrloa Cui
9ago to Norfolk, Va.. v. a t.iny.v,tnlit
lines to Cincinnati, thenco Norfolk &
laaairtotl Motion tuday. and twin la
Tss ftXCM'MVELT. Tind out vhat
fca vertsus morlne plctur. th.aUrs attar.
tp.dr ia rinad Jamas M Inter, 171
lcwy avenge, ariaiaucu in iRnK-e court
for exceeding the speed limit In an auto
mobile, was fined II am! costs, wh.ch he
W. C. T. U to H.ar nsid.ay A delega
tion of M) women 01 tue "omens Chris
tian Temperance union will occupy re
served aeata at the Talwrnaclo Thursday
Bssort Keeper ria.4 Helen James,
co.orsd, of &U PaUlc avtiuja, cnuio-i
with keeping a common Ill-governed
houae. waa arraigned In police court and
fined 18 and costs. Several Inmate were
On is Expositions Misses Bland and
Alma Younaqulst, ' pruuuneni omuha
nurses, have gone on an extended trip
to the wet, where ta"y will attend both
expositions. They will return the first
of the year.
Boot Joiaa JTrat Andrew Scott of IMj
city, a freshman at He oil cilire, nas
been honored by belno; pledped a memner
of the Dew Drop Inn fraternity during
the fall rushing season Just closed. In all,
flfty-alx atudenta were pledged by the
even Bclolt frata.
Work Tola Tear Circulars have
been received from Aiuwrninee iioauqjur
ters to the effect that at the directors
meeting held rcently. It was decided that
during the fiscal year ending June 30.
1910, no new work would bo done aslu
from completing the electrification of the
lines through Montana and Idaho.
. Edward Eden Promoted W. A. KH
termaater, generul asunt of the IrriKlil
department. In the west for the Canadian
Pacific, Is In Omaha, and while here
made several changes In the local force.
He promoted Edward Kdcn, district
freight agent at Omaha, to the position
of assistant export freight agent at Chicago-
While here a decision probably will
be reached as to his aucceesor In Omaha.
DANES ARE HERE
Supreme Officer of Danish Broth
erhood Holding Meeting in
Crowds coming to the Ak-Sar-Ben fes
tivities are hourly pouring In from the
towns and country sld and according
""" to the railroad pneaenget men. people
ST. PAUL TTEXT WEEK are coming earlier than heretofore and
In much greater numbers. Tuesday morn
ing all the roads operating Into Omahi
brought their passenger trains In with
the cars loaded to the platforms.
From Wall Lake, ninety miles away.
Wall 1-ake band, an organisation of
The Northwestern brought In a special
frvm Fremont, carrying M) people and
band. On this train there was One car
fl led with people front Cedar muffs, on
the Lincoln Branch.
The Union Taclflo brought in two bands
on morning tralna, one from Polk and
one from the Kearney Industrial school.
The former Is an organisation of twenty
five, and the latter of forty pieces.
The Burlington's local train from the
west carried from one to four evtra
coaches and the Missouri Pacific tralna
from down the river three extra cars.
ANNE M.JOHNSTON HEAD OF '
BELLEVUE SENIOR CLASS
dimming, vice president: ' Hemic Mit
chell, secretary; Arllne Kmlth, treasurer;
Tftnrton MaxwMl, sergeant-at-arms; John
Hlcmiilt. chaplain. It was also decided
The senior elans of tlellevue college ho,l formal banquet In the near
held an organisation meeting Mnndny i future at an Omaha hotel,
night n1 electrd the f-llnwlng officers: I
Anne M. Johnston, pres .dent; Paul W.
I'se The Hee's "Swapper" column.
Supreme officers of the Danish Flroth
erhood, a fraternal organisation with a
membership of some 12,000 scattered over
twenty-nine states, and with Its head- the Illinois Central brought seventy-five
quarters In Omaha, have arrived here people, with fifty more picked up at In.
and have started checking the books and termedlate point. On the train was the
securities of the organlsn'lon. The work i i i
Will mninn. IV. V..I. . . k.- !
when officers and members wl:l lcv WniTlPil! 1Tfr" Tq
for Bt. Paul Minn hnr. next wiwk If XXliVs AO
the national convention wilt be held.
The supreme officers of the Danish
Brotherhood are as follows:
Bupreine President T. P. Ketlson, Se
Supreme Vice President Porsn I verso n.
New Haven, Conn.
Supreme Treasurer -II. Rasmussen,
8upremo Secretary J. Mlchaelson.
Supreme Trustees Fred Peterson.
council Bluffs: A. T.
a Money Saver
Use gasoline to dry clean fani
ily's clothes and
Dry cleaning at home la Just as simple
as laundering. Any woman can clean
five dol ars' worth In fifteen minutes at
Jorgenson. Oak- little cost by getting from the drug store
land, Cal., and C. NeUson, Connecticut. I two ounces of solvlte and put this In
two gallons of gasollna, where It quickly
d ssolves. Then Immerse articles to be
cleaned; rub a tittle and In a few mo
For supplying dtlsena of Danish ex
traction with life Insurance along the
fraternal line, the Danlah Brotherhood
was organised thirty years ago and dJr-
menta the gasoline evaporates and Uie
articles look bright and fresh aa new.
You can dry c.ean el k waists, dresses.
ing mat ume umana naa oeen neauqiar- ; cats, ribbons, kid gloves, satin shoes.
ters. Mr. Mlchaelson haa been su Dr6m9 . aaVsAnlnsT s.1 inn-, irtalfli hlta. vnk
Name Dr. G. A. Young
to Succeed the Late
Dr. S. K. Spalding
Dr. O. A. Toung was appointed physi
cian member of the Douglas County In
sanity commission to succeed the late
Dr. Samuel K. Spalding by the Judges
of the district court at a meeting held In
Dr. J. M. Alkin. Dr. F. E. Coulter and
Dr. E. Ilolovtchlner were avowed can
didates for the place and claims of two
other physicians were advanced by
friends. Fees received by the physician
member of the board amount to from
$100 to S150 a month.
Dr. Toung is a specialist in nervous and
While the district judges were select
ing the late Dr. Spalding's successor
County Judge Crawford was appointing
Mrs, Ida F. , Spalding, the widow, ad
ministratrix , of his estate, which Is es
timated to be worth $16,000. Mrs. Spald
ing and Mrs. .Mabel B. Pinto, K daughter,
are the heirs. ' !
secretary for thirteen years. It Is
eerted that life Insurance la given mem
bers at actual cost.
The convention at 8t Paul, whloh be
gins Monday and continues until October
20- will be attended by delegates from
lodges from ail of the states In which
the organisation has representation.
furs, boas, muffs, neckties, lawns, d ni
tty and ohlffon dresses, draperies, fine
lacs, lace curtains, woolen garments. In
fact, any and evervth'ng that would be
ruined by soap and water as dry clean
ing duesn t faue, shrink or wrinkle, mak
ing pressing unnecessary.
Tour grocer or any garage will supply
From here a special train over the Great i the gasoline and you can obtain two
Western will carry the supreme lodge
officers and delegate to St. Paul. Dele
gates will gather here during 8 mday
and It is expected that from Nebraska.
Kansas, Missouri snd western Iowa there
will be at least 100 who will make the
Save Your Hair
and Beautify It
Spend 25 cents! Dandruff dis
appears and hair stops
Try this! Hair gets beautiful,
wavy and thick in
ounces of solvlte at the drug store, which
Is simply a gasoline soap. Then a wash
boiler or large dlshpan completes your
dry cleaning outfit Advert sement.
Dr. Bell's Hlar-Tsr-Hosrr.
Get a 25o bottle today. Keep It for your
cough or cold. Good for children, adult
and aged. All druggists. Advertisement.
Bellevue Girls Take
Interest in "Gym"
Bern Ice Miller, the new physical director
for women at Bellevue, haa Introduced
dances, setting-up exercises and drills.
Physical culture work so far this fall
has been confined to tennis, hikes and
tramps around the athletic field, (ester
day Miss Miller ordered all college girls
to report at the new gymnasium In regu
lation uniform. A hard hour and a half
of folk dancing, drilling, mingled with
running and appartua work, was given
them by Miss Miller.
This Is Miss Miller's first year at Belle
rue. She has charge of all physical
training and swimming work for women
and Is extremely popular.
Worth Tfcelr Weiskt la Gold.
"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets
and found them to be Just aa represented,
a quick relief for headaches, dlsxy spells
and other symptoms denoting a torpid
Uver and a disordered condition of the
digestive organs. They are worth their
weight in gold." writes Miss Clara A.
Drlggs, Elba, N. Y. Obtainable every
If you care for heavy hair, that glis
tens with beauty and la radiant with
life; has an Incomparable softness and
Is fluffy and lustrous, try Danderine.
Just one application doubles the beauty
of your hair, besides it Immediately dis
solves every particle of dandruff; you
cannot have ' nice, heavy, healthy hair J
If, you. have. dandruff. This destructive
scurf robs the hair of Its luster. Its
strength and Its very life, and If not
overcome It produces a feverlshness
and Itching of the scalp; the hair roots
famish, loosen and die; then the hair
falls out fast. '
If your hair has been neglected and
Is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or too oily.,
get a 25-cent bottle of Knowlton's Dan
derine at any drug store or toilet coun
ter: apply a little as directed and ten
minutes after you will say this was the
best Investment you ever made.
We sincerely believe, regardless of ev
erything else advertised, that If you de
sire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair and lota
of It no dandruff no itching scalp and
no more falling hair you must use '
Knowlton's Danderine. If eventually
why not now? Advertisement.
. Other things being equal,
the number of buyers di
vided by the number of
se'ers, equals the amount
of trade per seller. Almost
everyone realises, theoreti
cal' y at least, that If one
seller Increases his sha-e
of the trade by advertialnsT.
the other sellers pay the ad
You can Increase your
No Trouble to Remove
(Toilet Tips.) ,
It Is an easy matter to rid the skin of
objectionable hair or fuis. If you proceed
as follows: Mix a paste with some water
and a little powdered delatone, apply to
hairy surface and In 2 or $ minutes rub
off, wash the skin and the hairs are gone.
This method of banishing hairy growths
Is painless and does not mar ths skin,
but to avoid disappointment, be certain
to get real delatone. Advertisement.
YouUl Want These
Three Popular Records
When You Hear Them
36439 Maid In Amsrica Kadis? Tot
Trot laee "Metlieys') V.o.or Mili
tary Band. Toi.lKht's the Muni
Walts Hesitation Victor Military
1771.4 ltald In Amsrlc I'm Look
ing for (someone's Heart (Atteriugo
RomlterK) l.yrlc Quartet, and I
Want to Go to Toklo (McCarthy
Flcher Lyric Quartet.
3B440 Maid In Amsrica, Oems from
Victor IUrht Opera O). K.horu,
"U clor Ka.tlmore. M. D." Bolo.
"Only for You" Cnorua, '! .n
Looking for Fomeone s Heart
Folo and Quartet, "Susli Ann"
Flrale, "Oh. Those Days."
Gems from "Chla Cfcin" Tlotor
Xaight Opera Oo.
Sarress-sTash Co. Tourth lloov.
Pay Five Cents and a Standard Make Sewing
Machine Is Delivered to Yolir Home Immediately
COME to our Sewing Machine department tomorrow, select the machine of your
choice from our splendid assortment of high grade sewing machines pay five
cents and it will be delivered immediately to your home no waiting, and no delay. You
pay the balance in small weekly or monthly payments.
Every Machine Guaranteed
Another big shipment of machines just re
ceived direct from the factory, to sell at half and
leas than half agents' usual prices. A few de-
rTZ partment samples that have been slightly used
Included at prices that cannot be equalled.
included In the lot are Singer, Free, New
Home, Ilovw, Paragon, Arrow, BtaodArd, Auto
matic. Ail In first class condition.
HOWE, 9 10.75
FREE LF.SSOX8 IX SEWING EVERY WEDNEBDAV
FIUDAV, 10 TO 11 A. M. AND 8 TO 4 P. ML
Saxgess-jTssh Co-Sewta Mashl tieotion Thira rieos.
"" mSton Hours 830 A. M. to 6 P. M. 5hxrdy till 9 P. M.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 191V
STORE NEWS FOR WEDNESDAY.
PHONE DOUGLAS 137.
AK-SAR-BEN VISITORS WELCOME
COME and make use of our many conveniences parcels checked, convenient rooms for rest, wrltlrf and
to meet friends. Checks, bank drafts, money and express orders r ashed; refreshments smi light
lunches served In the "Cricket Room," also ice creams and dainty confections ; Substation of U. 8.
postofflce. Ail under on roof.
Again, Burgess-Nash Emphasize the Pre
Eminence of Their Waist Department
"Victoria" Crepe de Chine Waists, $3.95 and $5
Which Would Ordinarily Sell at Considerably Higher Prices
a limited num
berall so fin
usual In value
as to insure
gone, no more
of the same
siyies ca i oe
obtained to sell
at the same low
TpHROUGH the co-operation of a large number of stores with a maker of fine waists, wherebr U the
A selling snd a large part of ths expense usually Incident to the making of waists has been eliminated,
wo have been able to arrange for the receipt monthly of a limited quantity of "Victoria" crepe de chine
waists of a very good quality at prices that are radically under what they could ordinarily be bought
for. Thus we are afforded the opportunity to provide our patrons with what we believe are the most
remarkable values In "Victoria" crepe de chine waists that have ever been offered anywhere. The ma
terials are fine the styles elegant the workmanship splendid; "Victoria" crepe de chine waists are just
the kind of waists that any woman who wants to dress well and tastefully can wear with the utmost
pleasure and satisfaction.
2492 Simple, effective model. In a very fine quality
of crepe de chine. Made in dark colors only. Group
tucking and hemstitching ornamenting front, and
all seams hemstitched.
2494 Of excellent crepe de chine. FYont prettily em
bellished with alternating tucks In varying widths.
Beams hemstitched. Large pearl buttons for fas
tening and to trim cuffs. Light colors only.
tft i-lsH On. No-end Flaer.
tion of "Bein Jolic"
Coraets This Week
MISS JONES, special
the Benjamin & Jones Cor
set Company of New York,
will be In our Corset Sec
tion on the Second Floor
this week and will be
pleased to help you in the
selection of the corset best
suited to your figure.
is an expert In her line and
there is no doubt but that a
few rrrlnutes spent In con
versation with her will be
the means of relieving ou
of all corset worry.
Dsrssss Wash Os. SJ Fleer.
1092 Ultra refined style In heavy crepe de chtno.
Convertible collar, equally effective when worn
either high or low. Fastens with self-color buttons
and silk thread loops. In dark colors only.
8094 Decidedly new and strikingly pretty. The deep
double revere outlined with hemstitching provide
an effect that Is entirely different and particularly
pleasing. Comes in light colors only. Made of
heavy crepe de chine.
Assortment of Trimmed
Hats, Including Values to
$8.50, Wednesday, $3.50
sale of wom
en's trimmed hats at
a time when you can
get the most wear out
of them. Hats of every
description, small hats,
large hats, medium
hats, sailors, turbans
and rricorns made of
excellent quality of
velvet, trimmed in os
trich, flowers, fur and
other fancies. Such a variety of becoming
shapes that the matron will find a suitable
hat as well as the young miss. Hats in the
selection positively worth up to S8.50.
Wednesday at $3.50.
Wirsws-X h O. Srw Fine.
BTOdSEgg-MAM BASEMENT BTBRE
Remarkable Values in White WOOL
BLANKETS Wednesday in the Basement
ALL are made with a strong cotton wsrp which Insures durability. They will not
shrink in washing or dry cleaning. Blankets with cotton warp, filled with all
wool, are much In demand. Ail bound with a Inch wide sUk to match blue or pink on
borders. As an Idea Y
$8.50 White OlympU Diankcto, $5.50
Else 80x90 for those that want extra large sits, double blsnkets, pink or blue
corners, qouuu wiu sua, wuoi imru, con on warp, on sale at 93.50 the pair.
$7.50 White Pippin Blankets, $4.75
Sice 71x82 for large double beds, blue
and pink borders,. wide silk binding, wool
fUled on cotton warp. Regular f 7.50 valuos,
special Wednesday at M.79 the pair.
$4.00 White Lincoln Blankets, $2.93
Else 6x80, part wool, blue and pink
borders, silk bound, regular 14.00 values,
very specially priced Wednesday at.
Again Wednesday an Introductory Sale and
Display of "1892" Pure Aluminum ware
P EATURINO every necessity for the kitchen lit pure aluminum cooking utensils. "1892" Pure Alumi.
. ta 115ht V1 wel5hf.lI,ure1 " ,ierlin l,ver U ww Hko Iron. Mtny thrifty houTe-
wives hsve taken advantage of this ssle and equipped their kitchens with "1892" Pure Aluminum T
' 1893 Pure Aluminum lipped
1892 Pure aluminum bread pan
1892 Pur Alu
Medium size. .FOc
Lareo size. , . .85c
lilt Pur. Ala
I -Jt. .IM..SS.
1892 Pure Alu
mi n u m Berlin
sane pot wi'h
1892 Ware umlnum cover.
8-quart size $1.45
6 quart size 1.60
8-quart size $179
10 quart size $2.4j
12-quart size $2.(0
1893 Pur Aluminum tea
In 4 sizes.
tpt. ..2 20
BarsMS-Naats C. bmMimnt.
Windsor Kettle Covered
1892 Pure Aluminum Windsor
covered kettles, with alua.laurn
8-quart sis gi 20
4-quart size $t 40
b-quart size $1 50
8-quart size $1.75
1893 Pure Aluminum seamless
coffee pot; plain shape.
3- quart size 1.60
4- quart size .Q
iBurg-Nah Co-E very bod Store 16th and lUrney
UNUSUAL values that point
the way to sure and safe
WOMEN'S $1.00 UNION
SUITS FOR 75c
White cotton fleece lined, high neck,
long sleeves, ankle length, or Dutch
nock, elbow sIppvps. ankle 7f
length. Usual 11.00 values. ijC
' nurs-Ms-NMh C Main
WOMEN'S $1.50 SILK HOSE
Black or fancy boot effects, pure
thread silk hose, high spliced heel
and double sole, double garter top.
Usual $1.25 and $1.50 vat- Qp.
rturfMw-Xuh C -Maia FImv.
6-YARD WOOL DRESS
Wool dress goods patterns. Includ
ing the season's most favored
weaves and colorings, full dress
pattern lengths of 6 tfO ylC
yardo. for ttiO
HntpM-Muh C, Msia rior.
DRESS AND SKIRT LENGTH
WOOL GOODS, $3.95
Wool dress goods In dress and skirt
pattern lengths, new color and the
most favored weaves, n fir
special per pattern at...p).D
BnrftM-NMk C Mala 1'kMr.
SILK AT 69c
Black messallne silk, 38 Inches wide,
rich luster, very desirable for waist
and dresses. Very special fl
Wednesday at OlfC
VursMW-Naah C Mala Fteor.
SILVER PLATED TABLE
. WARE AT 10c
Knives and forks, crown silver plat
ed, a standard grade, very special
tor Wednesday at, in
BarMKMli C Mala FImi.
SOUD GOLD BABY
RINGS FOR 59c
10 kt. solid gold baby ting, plain
or chased band rings, signet or
one, two and three-stone fA
set. Regular $1.00 lings, forUsC
Barrars-Naah C Mala Ftaar.
5c PLAIN OR FANCY
SILKS AT 49c
Including such weave a foulards,
messallnes, taffetas, etc.. in pretty
colors snd neat designs. .Jf
Regular 80c quality, at, yd. .. ii7C
RuitH-Muk C Mala Ftos.
25c AND 35c MERCERIZED
SATEENS, 15c 1
Good quality mercerized sateen, fill
88 Inches wide, soft luster, rem
nants of the 25c and 85 0 f r
quality, at, the yard IDC
VERY SPECIAL AT 8e
A splendid selection of fldffy warm
outing flannels. 27 Inches wide, in
pretty stripes, checks and plaids, In
whit and color. Excep 0 j
tlonal value at, yard 01 C
DorfSM-Maati Ce Basaraeat.
10c "VICTOR" SERGE
The famous fleeced "Victor" aerge
flannette, 27 Inches wide, the same
quality that you usually pay I1K3
the yard for. Wednesday at, r
the yard OC
UursM-Nkll V. BaMaiMi,
Figured pongee, very desirable for
comfort covering, tan ground with
fancy dark floured design. Very
special for Wednesday, 03
from the bolt at, yard 0C
Hurgtmt-Swih Co flassmsnt.
12V,c AND 15c ZEPHYR
27 and 82 Inch Zephyra, In stripes,
checks and plaids, light, medium
and dark colorings. The regular
12 Vic and 15c quality, specially
priced for Wednesday at, 1
yard 02 C
Hrs - Co. BMWlit.
STAMPED PIECES TO
Stamped scarfa. baby dresses. 4ras
ing sacques, baby rompers, shirt
waists, bsgs. library scarfs, ceou ra,
pillows, towels, eto. Very e g
special at, each IDC
Puriu-Nuh Co. Third Floor.
25c PERI LUSTA
SLIPPER COTTON, 10c
Slipper cotton, regular 25c balls.
Peri Lusta slipper cotton. e t
Special at, the ball IUC
Bar(MMk-Maoa C. Third Flour.
35e TURKISH BATH
TOWELS AT 25c
Turkish hath towels, estra havy
quality, full bleached, size 25x00,
S&c kind. Specially priced or
for Wednesday at ZDC
Burgrw-Naah Co Mt Floor.
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