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name a great event for women, bringing the advantages of several
;vears and uses. In the morning the close of business and school
ing," the matinee, the motor ride, the club and other social affairs of
brflent, entertainment, dancing, theaters, suppers, etc., and after all, at night the com
I Around the clock with apparel for every hour and prices down to the point of economy
?2ecil Lot of Sweater Coat. I A Hvonf Slll'f 5?nl
'Value. $3.00 and $3.50, at $1.98 JLZ
This in a special lot of 30 doien sweater rh
e'asSn ?JSS5" SSSf of'X nobby new box and belted effects, fur trimmlnn on collar and
hnttnued. They come in au colors and ha? cur" an" around oottom or coats; also praia trimmea. tnc
Kery pretty stitch. rood colors are navy, black, brown and green. Materials:
broadcloth, gabardine and popli
Boys' Suits That Live
Twice As Long
of snappy new
s s -A- .
Special lot of 200 Nifty Tailor-Mades, selected for this
sale, embodying every one of the season's most desirable models,
mostly all of them have beautiful fur trimmings, some with vel
vet combinations, others braid trimmed. Broadcloth, gabardine
and poplins; most desirable materials. Women's and misses' sizes.
'mbled Tor this special
is, -mention of but a few
will give an
!v SU?3Pe. at. ....... .$6.98 to $19.00
X-. - i AnM mm t. dk. a.
-.7 per at ......... .d.uu to 49.uu
shapes, at. ...... . .$15.00 to $69.00
ilow shape?, at $19.00 to $49.00
. . $10.00 to $22.50
$15.00 to $35.00
.$25.00 to $98.00
$49.00 to $198.00
A wonderful assortment of fine Suits, worth more,
assembled In this lot to make It one of the wonderful bar
gain events of this sale. Some of our smartest models
have been put in this lot and include beautiful broadcloth,
velour, checked velours, gabardines, novelty mixtures, etc.
Most of them have fur trimmings; others braid trimmed
and plain. Every wanted color in misses' and women's
25 high grade exclusive models and Imported cop
ies of tailor made suits, at about 1-3 off their former prices.
Below are a few of the lot:
Three-Piece Broadcloth, Chiffon and Velvet Suit, with
pointed fox collar. Former price $195.00, now. . .$139.00
Three-piece Green Chiffon Velvet Suit, Chiffon and
Embroidered Lace; Chinola fur collar. Former price 169.00.
..African Brown Chiffon Velvet Long Coat Suit, embroid
ered and angora trimmings. Former price $175. Now. .$135.00
Russian Green Broadcloth Suit, brook mink border on
coat, collar and cuffs. Former price $149. Now. .. .$119.00
Electric Blue Chiffon Velvet Suit, marten fur trimmed,
brocade lining. Former price $139.00. Now $115.00
Black Kitten's Ear Cloth Suit, chinchilla squirrel collar,
embroidered girdle. Former price $135.00. Now. .. .$98.00
. Plum Color Broadcloth Suit, skunk trimmed, brocaded col
lar. Former price- $125.00. Now. .$95.00
Black Pan de Sourise Suit, Russian blouse, Kolinsky sable
trimmings. Former price $125.00. Now $95.00
Labrador Blue Broadcloth Suit, Scotch mole trimmings.
Former price $125.00. Now $89.00
African Brown Duvetyne Suit, Hudson seal trimmed coat
and skirt. Former price $89.00. Now ......$65.00
lie stock, most
bout 7 inches
-. blue, brown,
t' 'and plenty
I . m .
at Bar kt Kqaara.
Genuine Hatters Plush Shapes
Faced Black Silk Velvet
In view of the fact that hatters' plush is so popu
lar and hard to get, especially in above colors, also that
every shape shown is a large dress hat, being faultlessly
blocked and finished by skilled operators, you are as
sured these hats will compare very favorably with hand
blocked shapes, offered at much higher prices.
, three- fpgfSS
Vonderf ul Values in
i Millinery Trimming
" J most helpful showing for those
with .ideas of their own Is this immense
lot-of Ostrich Effects, Wings, Fancy
Feathers, etc.. offered in endless va
riety on the main floor bargain ng
Square, values to $1.00, at..aCOC
The Extra Pant Suits That Save Money and Worry
A Urge shipment
Just arrtYd. Hundreds of beautiful
nw patterns In extra durable fabrics
and a bigger araortment ot models
than crer before patch pockets,
pleated or plain styles; any style the
boy wants. Plenty of erery sUe, 6
to 17 years. Regular )5.00 and S6.50
suite, at one price
Four Big Tables full of other splen
did values In Two-Pair-Pant Suits, at
$5.00, $6.50, $7.60 and 10.00.
Little Fellows' Suite In all those
smart new styles, at a little less
New Tommy Tuoker Styles,
Eton Stylee, Vestee 8tyla,
Junior Norfolk Pleated Suits
In Telvets, serges and Corduroys,
different col- tfo np 6 s r rt
ors. Prioes...Z.Ja 10 pD.5U
Tweeds, Casslmeres r (
and Cheriota as low as $ad(J
Boys, here's a new macklnaw for
The Skate Coat '
With the two extra large pocket.
Saturday you can take your pick of
hundreds of these popular coats; we
can fit any age, 8 to It years. Any
coat in the lot worth IS, o nr
many worth $6.60, at 9.7t)
Plenty of other splendid mackl
naw values, In different styles and
fabrics, as low as n rn
2.95 and up to ....)
In Our Big Boys' Section
(14 to 19 Years)
Hundreds of splendid High
School Model Suits at one price
Saturday, $10.00 and n aa
$lt.60 values at $O.UU
Lot consists of all new plaids,
checks and stripes In the popular
colors blue eerges included.
High School Overcoats
$5.00 to $15.00
Newer style coats of the newest
fabrics. Loose back or fitted back
styles, In plain or fancy plaids aa
well as chinchillas, in different
Smart Juvenile Overcoats
A very select assortment of new
er mixtures In different styles for
the little fellows, ages 2 to 10
years. Chinchilla Coats with Caps
to match, all flannel lined coats,
in grays, blues and browns, with
full or half belt Cora- pr rf
plete set at $3.95 and....pDUU
In Oar Boys' Famishing
Boys' Sweaters, a big lot of vari
ous styles and colors; grays,
blues, browns and reds. Regular
si.au ana i.oo values
A Blouse Waist and Shirt Sale
Beautiful Imported madras and
aolsette blouses and shirts, In
neat pattern effects. $l!00 rst
values, specially priced. at...DUC
$1.50 Corduroy Pants, fully lined, drab and golden
brown shades. A great value at....
Hosiery and Underwear
Women's Pure Dye Thread Hose Black, white and
colors. Fancy stripes and clocks, w orth 11-00, at.
Woman's Silk Boot and Fiber Silk Hose. Worth
60c, at -C
Fiber Silk Boots. Worth 25c, special at, . g
Women's Union Suits, In part
wool. $1.60 duality, A?
Women's Union Suits,
Women's Fleeced Cotton
Vests, ankle pants to match.
Worth to 86e, on sale In OOr
basement, garmont JL
' Women's Long Sleeved Vests.
Ankle Pants to Match.
60c quality, garment. . .
Women's Union Suits, J r
69c quality, suit 4)C
Misses' and C h 1 1 d r n's
Bleached Cotton Union nn
Suits, 60c quality OI7C
Misses' and Children's Long
Sleeved Vests. Ankle Pants to
Match. 83c quality, rr
Misses' and Children's Long
Sleeved Vests, Ankle Pants to
Match, 25c values, , j
Drugs Toilet Articles
Swifts' High Grade Soaps
Mannan'a Talenm Powdar, O
can LuatriU Natl Bnamal, 150 2C
Draaalnf Comba, worth tOc,,
llalba Ttolat Watar. lie
4711 Ttolat Water, 7lo alia
Swan Down Fare Powder, all
Jar Rice Powder, all ahadea,
Madam Iee'beM'e rare Powder,
Meloroea Beauty Cream. tOa
Aohry Bletera' Dry Rouse,
DJer-Klea Fare Powder, ape
DJer-Klaa Talcum Powder,
Manicure Buff ere. worth 7 60.
Jercen'a Benaoln Almond Lo
Pal motive Soap, ipeelal,
Irory or White Borax Soap,
I cakea for
Banl-Fluab, Ho alaa
10-Mule Team Borax, 1-lb.
Horllrk'a Malted Milk, aperlal,
Flelcher'a Caatorta. J60 alaa
Mentholatura. apaclal, (to alaa
Wliard Floor Oil, 11.00 alaa
LUt.rlne. 11 0 alaa bottle,
Tbaaa aoapa are Bwtft'a milled aoapa,
Iwaya aold at tlo the box. The adore
are rtolet. tralllnc arbutua, roae, ean
delwood and the wetl-kaewa haarta and
Limit Tw boxea to a aaaaomar.
Special, I eakea la box. 10c
No mall or telephone orders Oiled.
S-qt. Hot Watar BotUa. res
l-qt Fountain Byrtnsa. worth
II. U. at
Abaorbent Uoapltal Cotton. 1-lb.
Houaehold Rubber Qlavea, all
Thermoa Bottle, rasular lll
Rubber Aprona.. regular prloe
71c, Saturday , ,
SPECIAL SALE ON FEKFLTfES.
We develop your fllma free whan ardrr-
On the Main Floor
1,000 Pairs of Women's Fine Dress Shoes, in all the now late
models, patent leather, cloth or kid tops or dull calf or kidsWTn. with
cloth or leather tops. Button and lace styles, the new curved heels,
plain toes without tips, short foreparts or medium length. Fvery
pair fitted wiu nana-iurnea or uooayear weuea sewea nr
soles. Worth to 14.00. on sale Saturday at. 2aCOJ
A Sale of Picture Frames
1,000 square frames in Circassian walnut and mahogany finish, as
sorted sizes; complete with glass and back. Values to 75c, npj
on sale Saturday awiJC
2.000 oval frames la gold, Circassian walnut, ebony, etc., finishes;
assorted sites to fit any picture up to 14x17. Values to Cf
11.75, on sale Saturday OUC
1.500 hand carved and hand modeled and hand finished Irames (the
kind to hang and the kind that stand up), assorted a lies and nr;
finishes, all "Art Craft Guild" stock, on sale Saturday DC
Bring Your Pictures With You Picture Dept. Third Floor.
y( Readers of The Bee have all the news of the day,
. and the most attractive special features completely spread before them
Christ Hears Cry of
Poor Man and Saves
Him Out of Troubles
(Continue from 1'iwre Rlxtcn.)
draper and makra the probability that
ha will avrr be enved Juat that much
leaa, for the devil tlgiiten Ma artp on a
man oyery time ha aaya no to Chtlet.
To deride to hold on to aln another
hour may mean that you will have to
hold on forever.
It waan't berauae the poor man of the
text waa the eon of Jeeew that Hod heard
hla cry. The fact that he had alaln
Oollath didn't five weight to hla cry. Ilia
having been patient and forbearing with
Saul didn't Rive any atreae to hla rail
upon Ood for help. It waan't beeaiiae tie
had killed the lion and the bear, or that
ha had put many of the king's emle
to death. Neither waa It becauae ha waa
treat In ruling- the land and rommandlne;
armiee, Or that he was sifted In writing
poetry or In playing on the harp. When
a cry goea up to the throne for Ood' a
help. It cornea to a beggar Jimt the anine
a It would to a king. There la nn man
o humble or sinful or Ignorant, that Uod
wtll not aa surely heard hla rry, when It
cornea from a penitent heart, aa If he
were one of the greateat and moat gifted
Tou aay you are afraid you couldn't
live a Chrtatlan life If you ahould under
take It. Think of David preferring to
stay In the pit for fear he might fall In
again! Think of a sick man not wanting
to get well becauae he might get sick
again! ' Or of a bankrupt refuting- to pay
10 rents on the dollar becauae he ooudn't
pay a hundred.
If you ran truat Ood to bike you out of
sin while you are In It do you thing- It
will be any harder to truat him to keep
you out of It afutr he gets you out?
Deeauae the Lord did something for the
man ot the text, count upon It that ha
will also do something for you. He is no
respecter of persona and Is pledged to
do for ua what he has done for others.
David was not only taken out of the pit
In which he waa loat, but b waa put
where ha could travel with Joy and com
fort. The flret thing that happens with
every forgiven sinner Is that he finds It
a delight to do the Lord's will. It be
comes a thouaand times easier for him
to live to pleaae Ood than not to do IL
Oe4 M alte a Road.
"He set my foot upon a rock and eetab-
llahed my going." Ood always makes the
road In which lie. wants hla pilgrims to
travel, and It la free from mire. The war
la made for the man, and the man for
the way, Juat aa the locomotive Is made
for the rail and the rail for the looomo
tlva. If we ateip where Ood tells ua to
step, though It may be a step ta the dark.
whan our foot comes down we wtll find
It en' the rook. That Is where David
found himself as soon aa he got out of
the pit in which he eoulda't even try to
take a step without sinking deeper. He
had a solid foundation under htm, and
knew where he waa going. Thui la Chris
tian experience, and la as good a descrip
tion of what ooours today as of anything
that happened in Bible Umea, Look at
the two ptotures and choose between
them. One shows where sin puts a man,
and the other what cornea of aeeklng Ood
In earnest Look with pity upon the poor
man who flounders In the horrible pit
In which dlaguaUng offal has been thrown.
slowly and surely sinking In the filthy
slime. This ts what the devil does for
those who aenve him.
In contrast with thla dark view, see the
man whoae captivity has been turned.
The man whoae feet have been taken out
of the mire and planted on the rock. See
him aa he goea running and leaping on
his way to the oity that has foundations,
and whose maker and bulldar Is Ood.
There is a sorur on hla Hps and great joy
In his heart Watoh his face light up as
he catches glimpses of the glorious place
to which he is going. There ean be no
question as to which is the beat off; the
man In the mire or the man on the rock.
There Is only one sure way to be saved
out of all trouble and that Is to do as the
man In the text did. It was the beat
thing he could do, and it la the beet thing
anybody In trouble can do. He cried to
the Lord, and when a man geta to where
he cries to the Lord he has reached a
place where he Is bound to get help. He
ha come to whore he has stopped expect
ing help from any other source. Another
thing about it la that when he criea to
Ood he la willing to be saved In Ood 'a
way, and when a man once gets there
there Is no trouble about his being saved.
When we onoe get where we stop reject
ing Ood' a plan of salvation we are mighty
close to Ood. .
Makes Clean Sweep,
"The Lord saved him out of all his
troubles." That's the way Ood does
things. When He helps us He makes a
clean sweep. He doea as the good Samari
tan did with the poor man on the Jericho
road. He does all that Is needed. "He
saved him out of all hla troubles," and
Jesus came Into the world eapeclally to
do this for each one of us for you and for
me. . If the text read, "Thla pooj- man
had a trouble and he cried unto the Lord,
and the Lord heard htm and sawed him
from it" It would be a great thing, but
it might be very discouraging to some of
ua, for we might think, "Well, that man
had only one trouble and I have many,"
or "My trouble la a great one and his
may have been but a light one." But the
words show that the man had many trou
bles, and this gives us all hope that we
may also be saved from all our troubles.
The cause of the man's troubles Is not
given, and this gives us all a chance to
fare War Oat.
The text Is good news for all of us,
for It telle us there Is a sura way to
get out of trouble, and there Is not
one of ua who does not need the help
that Is offered. If the Lord helped one
poor man out of all his troublea He
will help every other poor man out of
hts troubles. You can't make anything
elae than thla out of it Versea of this
kind were not put In the Brble simply
to fill up., but to make a ladder upon
which all may climb and find help. Ood
wants us to know that, although we
are In a world of trouble, there is a sure
way of being delivered from It We may
go Into the streets and cry about our
troublea, and the people will ruah on
their mad way and pay no attention to
us. We may go to the homea of the
wealthy and try to tell them about our
troubles, only to have the doors cloaed
In our faces. Ws may walk the streets
until we drop to the ground exhausted,
trying to find some willing ear Into
which to pour our troublea, and nobody
will Uaten to us- But Ood is never too
buay In making worlds that He cannot
hear the cry of the poor niad who calls
Fall Suits and Overcoats made-to-order,
$30. $35. 840.
to Him In hie trouble. He will hear and
lie will help. Believe It and try Him.
Take courage and truat Him. Ood a
alwaya the aame yeaterday, today and
forever, and what He did for one poor
man yeaterday He will do for every
other poor man today, and If I didn't be
lieve It I wouldn't be doing what 1 am
now. I would never preach another ser
mon If I didn't feel sure that He whoae
1 am and whom I serve would do this
very thing. He has promised to do It
as plainly aa language ean expreaa It
and multitudes of people can teetify from
their own experience tha thla la truo.
No matter what your troubles are, or
how many they are, cry to Him as the
poor man of the text did, and help will
come quick and aure. Don't you re
member how eaay It was to get help
from mother when you cried to her?
Well, Ood hn a heart like a mother,
and mune help thoaa who cry to Him.
(Copyright by William A. Sunday.)
Twelve Bishops of
Coming to Omaha
The synod of the Province of the
Northwest of the IDpleoopal church will
meet In Omaha October M to SI. This
province comprise the various dioceses
and missionary districts within the statea
of Minnesota. Iowa. Ne-braaka, Colorado,
South Dakota,' North Dakota, Montana
Twelve bishops are expected to be pres
ent, together with upwards of 100 clerical
and lay delegatea from the various dio-
ceaea. Arrangements have been made
for meeting all of the visiting delegates
at the station by members ot the local
churches, and rooms have been engaged
at various hotels in the city for all of
On Sunday, October SI. the bishops who
are In attendance will be the special
preachers at the different Omaha
On Wednesday noon of this week the
members of the different local commit
tees who have charge of the arrange
ments for the synod mat for organisation,
at the University olub and outlined their
plan of work.
Mayor Jim GivosHis
Version of Episode
at the Tabernacle
Mayor Dahlman has heard many com
ments upon the situation of whioh he
was the central figure at the Tabernacle
"A little miss eame over to where X
waa sitting at the Tab and said she had
been praying six weeks for me and aha
asked If X would not go forward," re
marked the mayor.
The mayor said that hitting the saw
dust trail at the Tabernacle Is a serious
matter and should not be spoken of In
a spirit of levity. He added that when ha
feels Inclined he will hit the trail. Ha
was not Inclined last evening.
During the conversation with the) mayor
after the aervloe, "Billy" Sunday made
referenoa to a beekstnak for two at the
Fontenelle or some other caravansary.
Cumi Club to Give
Dance at Hanscom
Superintendent English of the Recrea
tion board has Issued to the Cuml club
the first permit for use of Hanscom park
pavlllos for a private dance. The func
tion will be a Hallowe'en affair and will
be given on the evening of October 0.
Responsible groups or. organisations
may use this pavilion for danoea by ap
plying to the Recreation department
office In the city hall.
The floor of the pavilion has been re
laid and polished.
APPLE DAY TO BE OBSERVED
IN OMAHA NEXT TUESDAY
Plana being made by wholesale and re
tall fruit dealers Indicate that Omaha'
first observance of Apple day next Tues
day will be on a considerable scale.
Omaha Is the center of one of the great
est applegrowlng regions In the United
states, and dealers predict that Apple
day is certain to become a permanent
Institution here. Nebraska has the best
spple crop of any state In the union this
The day wilt be marked here by large
displays of apples in show windows and
by an especial effort to Induce patrons
to purchase the aucoulent fruit. Several
stores will make an Inside display of
FRED HUNTER TO TALK TO
THE COLLEGIATE ALUMNAE
Fred M. Hunter, superintendent of the.
Lincoln school a, will address the Asso
ciation of Collegiate Alumnae . at the
Unlvaralty club Baturday afternoon at
2:30. Mr. Hunter will talk on "Voca
tional Guidance as Organised and in
Operation In Lincoln." The program Is In
charge of the recently organised voca
tional guidance aectlon.
Following Mr. Hunter's talk, there will
be a reception to new room here. Mrs.
H. E. Newbranoh and Mrs. R. A Van
Orsdel will be the hosteaaes. MUs Bess
Dumont Is president of the College) Wo
men's dub and Mies Elisabeth Brenlser
heads the vocational section.
isaorlng Fall Cei(h,
The first dose of Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
will help you. It kills the cola
germ. Only Zxj. All druggists. Advertisement
COUNTS ROLL ON STREET
AND THIEVES SNATCH IT,
John Coley of McCook, Neb., was re
lieved of 1180 near the Union station,
Thursday night when two men mad way
with the above amount which they
snatched from his hand as was count
Mrs. Nellie Hanna. S22 Miami street,
was held up and robbed at Thirty-third
and Lake streets Thursday night by a
lone highwayman, who aecured a diamond
ring and a heart-shaped Jeweled pin.
Jaat t TaaT."
A tailor's work Is sedentary. That la
why most tailors suffer from constipa
tion. O. W. Robereon, Wichita Falls.
Tex., says: "I find Foley Cathartic Tab
lets the most delightful, cleans! 114- cathnr
tlo I have ever taken. They are Juat the
thing." They "keep the stomach sweut
and the liver active, drive away head,
ache, dullness, tired feeling, biUouaoest,
bloat and other results of clogged bowels.
Prompt and effective, without grlj i
pain. Stout people praise them fur i.,a
light, free feeling they give. aui
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