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HOMER A. SEARLE MAKES
GOOD OH DAKOTA RANCH
Homer A. marl la down from hla
Tounf Mr. Bearie rot In en tha (round
floor lomt two yr ao when home
tteade were drawn la tha Roaebud coun
try. Ha settled on tha prairie, broka It
BP, retard com. hay and cattle, until
now ha baa qulta ' a aubeUntlal little
Wa bar mora of a Mock country
than anything ele whrra I live," .aid
Mr. Frarlr, "but ConalderaMa corn and
train It rained In aome parts of the
country. Of caiirae. a Buffered like
everybody elae thie summer from the
faK'k of enough eunahlne to mature the
corn when It ahoutd have matured."
COWGILL GOES BACK TO THE
T. 8. Cowgirl, for eerenteen yeara In
tha areJn bualneaa In Omaha, active In
the ortanliatktn of tha Omaha Grain es
chanira and Ita effalra, and prealdent of
tha TranaminitMtppl Grain company alnce
Ita organisation, la to leare tha rlty and
become one of the officiate of the Bart-let-FYaer
Grain company of Ohloafe,
He will leare for hie new field of labor
at once, but hla family will remain until
tha final of the year.
While Mr. Cowclll will more away
from Omaha, he will retain hla property
Inter her and will continue aa preal
dent of the TranaTTilaalaalppI Oraln com
pany, with KX 8. Weatbrook aa manager.
Mr. Cow(IU waa connected with tha
Bartlett-Fraaer company before coming
and box Nrhtrra thnt the people are gl'it
tnna fnr piinlehmrnt and always come
ha. k for more.
"Oeorge Ktovall," announced a. acrlbe,
"I the forty-two-ccnllinctcr gun of the
Ferlx." Ilow'd yaw like to have a forty-two-oentimeter
gun aqulrt tobacco juice
oh near White RlTr. a D ruitlna
parent, and friends In Omaha. Ha la a
on of 8. A. Bearie, attorney la Omaha,
At waya Pm Pill.
experience ha taught the proamtera
TTae The Bee'a "Swapper" Column.
TTIE (WAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 14, 1915.
Sunday, November 14, 1915-
Tlotor Seoorde for aTovembe. Many
" Catchy SMtmbera. Come Bear Them."
-BURGESS-NASII STORE NEWS FOR MONDAY.
Telephone Douglas 137.
Here's Very Important News From Burgess-Nasli
Where's the Boy Who Said
He Didn't Believe in
YOU just wait, young man! Santa Claus
is going to be at Burgess-Nash real
soon, himself in person, to convince boys
and girls who don't believe, and you'll find
him the liveliest, jolliest old fellow in the
And oh! The toys, playthings and dolls that
ha will have with him, when he comes to open
this splendid world of make-believe on our big
We shan't tell another word now w are so
busy retting our big Toy Town ready for Dear Old
Santa. He is sending so many things ahead that
Toy Town has had to spread out into
several times the usual space It regu
larly occupies, but we will let you know
In plenty of time when he come.
American Beauty and Richardson
Package Goods. 25c to $1 Values, 15c
INCLUDING stamped library scarfs, combination suits, gowns, chil
dren's dresses, dressing sacques, Infant's dresses, child's hats, lin
gerie waists, 18x45 white dresser scarfs, white 22-inch centers, 18x45
linen pin cushion, child's aprons, baby bonnets, baby bibs, guest towels,
corset covers, boudoir caps, etc. All of these goods have floss sufficient
to complete the article. Values from 25c to $1, very special, Monday,
Bnryeaa-lTaeh Co. .Third Floor.
This $10.g0 SOLID OAK ROCKER
Like the Picture, Monday at $6.95
THIS is a most unusual value one
that will appeal to, every home fur
nisher. The rocker Is exactly like the ac
companying illustration, made of solid
well seasoned oak in either
golden, wax or turned finish.
Automobile seat with sixteen
coil springs and upholstered
with No. X Spanish leather.
The rocker Is the Sort that sells
regularly for and is worth every
cent of 910.50; Monday, very spe
cial, while a limited quantity
-..lasts, at $8.95.
y Bnrgees-ataafc Co.TMrd floor,
Are You a Patron of Our BLACK
and WHITE; ROOM?-Second Floor
IF yon are you know About Its splendid appointments and service
it you are not. let ns tell you about it.
The Black and White Room la maintained for the benefit of those
- women who regard good grooming aa one of the absolute necessities
to whom fresh loveliness and perfect cleanliness appeal. Featuring:
' Toilet reparations lfair Dreatinft
Scalp and Facial Massage Expert Attendants
Children's Hair Dobbins Special values In balr goods.
Wavy hair switches, excellent quality, made in three separate stems
for convenience of dressing, at $3.00.
Switches, same quality hair. In gray, $4.00.
Three stem switches, 18, 20, 24 and 26 inches long, specially selected
and prepared first -luallty hair, at $5.00 to $28.00.
nrr sJraafc Oo- Second floor.
Men's $5 Sterling Buckles and Belts, $3.50
AN ideal men's Xmas gift. Here's a bargain special for Monday only.
Sterling silver, hand cut, one, two and three Initials, mounted on
a hand-turnod black leather belt. This is a regular $3.00 value
ders taken for later delivery, Monday, only, at $3.50.
Bargees-aTaah Co Kali moot. .
Fancy Silks on Special Tables That
Were to $1.25, Two Lots, 49c and 69c
THE offering includes almost every possible weave la a wide range of
colors. Taffetas, foulards, meesalines, kimono silks, etc. Very de
sirable for waists and dresses and very special.
36-Inch Bilk Poplins, 79o Yard
The shades Include navy, nickel gray, brown, Alice blue, lettuce
green, wisteria, wine, tan, pink, light blue, Belgium blue; also plenty of
black or white.
Satin Stripe Tub Silks, at 98o
Satin stripe tub silks, with a neatly woven stripe of dainty colors in
different styles from which to select Very much In demand for shirt
$7.50 Dress and Suiting Velvets, at $3.95
Fancy velvets in brocades and neat stripe effects, 40 inches" wide and
in a splendid selection, of colors.
arfeei kBTaah Co. 3aTaln Floor.
Most Wanted Dres3 Goods
42 to 54 Inches Wide at 95c
INCLUDING such favored weaves as storm serges, Vigor
eaux, granite crepes, French serges, fancy checks, awning
stripes, fancy plaids, diagonals, whip cords, French crepes,
poplins, gabardines in a splendid range of colors; also black.
ttrf-eee-KaaH Co. Kala floor.
Drugs, Toilet Ar
ticles and Soaps
Thermos b o t
;tles, 1-qt- siie,
I special, at . lc
; Ivory soap, 5c
sice M o n d ay,
DJer Kiss tal
c u m powder,
25c kind ,.10u
Borrsss-Wash Co. ataln Tlooir,
German hair re
storer, fl else,
26c else . .10c
C h amberlaln's
2Bo size . . .16o
10 cakes . .38c
s h a mpoo, 50c
Cuff Links, $4.95
EN'S solid gold
links, set with full cut
genuine white diamonds,
sold regularly at $7.50, Mon
day only $4.95.
f.12.50 Watch Bracelets, $7.85
Ten-Jewel nickel movement,
fully adjusted, small size in a 10
year guaranteed case and detach
able expansion bracelet Regular
$12.50 value, special, $7.05.
Bargeaa-waali Co. Mala Tloos.
These $9.00 Cedar Boxes Monday
Very Special at $5.00-Third Floor
' A N opportune offering -right at housecleaning time when
J you findo many things to pack away,, there's nothing
more convenient than a cedar box or two, . , ;
Cedar boxes," size .16x32 inches,
made of hard seasoned cedar, witib
reinforced cleat, heavy bars, hinges
and lock, package of cedar shavings,
$9.00 value, $5.00.
$13.50 Cedar Boxes for $9.45
Reinforced top and metal side
; bands, sire 16x42 inches. Regular
$13.50 value for $9.45.
$18.50 Oder Boxes for $10.45
Retnorced side and top, two-inch brass
straps around entire box; contains pack
age of cedar shavings; $16.50 value, $10.45
Cedar boxes, size 20x48 inches,
with brass strap on top and aide,
Cedar boxes, size 21x44 inches',
with brass straps on top, eliding
tray, for $21.00.
Cedar boxes, 22ftx44, Adams
Cedar boxes, slse
brass trimmings on
at $22.50. ,
Cedar boxes, 22x48,'. Jacobean
Cedar. boXee, 22x48, William,
and Mary design. $22.00.
Borreee-JTaeb, Co Tblr4 Floor.
Exquisite Collection Evening Gowns
in a Clearaway Monday at V$ Off
IT'S indeed a charming selection rare,
exclusive, individual copies and adat-
tations. of many
Parisian creations that
Our Personal Shopping Service
la a department of expert shoppers selected by ns to be of
assistance to our customers. No charge is made and our
shoppers render every service possible.
$55, $75, $100, $150
$350 Now Underprice
Afternoon and Evening
Gowns of Velvet, Soiree,
Tulle, Taffeta and Com-
binations of Silks and
Every dress is from our regular stock
and comprises many of the beautiful" gowns
shown in our recent Style Show.
Personally selected by our skilled style
experts, they portray the highest expres
sion of the designer's art and reveal in ap
pealing variety the individual 'desires of
every fashionable woman.
aigeas JlaaA Oo. con rioe.
dearaway of Floor Samples of
The Dest Values Offered
Vf O N DAY
" we a r e
going to close
out all floor
machines a I
Borne of these
s 1 t ghtly
around in the
Department, some are exchange
machines and there are a number
that cannot be told from brand
new Kvery Machine Ls fully
23 of Them in All
1 Arrow, agent's price $20.00,
Monday's price ....$9.05
2 Arrow, agent's price $23.00,
Monday's prioe $12.95
2 New Home, agent's price $45.00,
Monday' price tttS.OO
1 Blnger, atgent's price $55.00.
Monday's price ' $26.50
8 Howe, agent's price $25.00,
Monday's price $19.75
2 Clarke Rotary, agent's price,
$60.00, Monday'a price. . . .$36.00
6 Paragon, agent's price $4 6.00,
Monday's price $27.50
8 Singer, agent's price $48.00,
Monday's price $18.00
4 Standard Rotary, agent's price
$50 00, Monday's price. . . .$33.75
Terms at Low at
$1.00 a Week
avgess Vsak Cp Tfclr4 Floor
One Day COAT Sale
Including Values of $15.00 to $20.00
That Surpasses Any Offering That
We've Announced for a Long Time
THE surplus and sample line of a prominent manufac
turer who became over stocked ;on account of the mild sea
son and who willingly let go at a sacrifice.
The coats are all brand new, made within the past two
weeks in the season's favored styles, all have full flaring
skirts, some belted models, few fur collars and soraejwith chin,
The materials are:
Novelty Heather Mixtures
Striped and Tlaid Zibeline
' Black and White Checks.
There are all sizes 'for women and misses and every coat
is a splendid $15.00 to $20.00 value, Monday, at $10.00.
Barree-Srek Oe. ecoa& CTee '
Novelty Mixtures. '
The Thanksgiving SALE of LINENS
At Prices Fully 15 to 25 Under Present Quotations
THERE'S one time of the year when the dining table demands new linens Thanksgiving
Day. Our displayjis very extensive and the prices are far less than the present market
Austrian Damask Pattern Cloths
In five different qualities, these goods have the wearing quality and beauty of finish combined and the de
signs are most exquisite. We quote one popular number. .
72x72 Cloths, each .$6.00 1 72x103 Cloths, each $9.00
72x90 Cloths, each $7.50 81x81 Cloths, each. .... .$7.75
fl Irish Damask Pattern Cloths
; Our stock is large and extensive! covering a wide range of qualities and sixes from two to 4 yards. We
nave oniy space enougn to quote one number.
1 24x24 Napkins, dozen. . .$7.75
.72x72 Cloths, each. .... .$5.00
72x90 Cloths," each. .... .$6.75
72x103 Cloths, each. . . . .$7.50 72x144 Cloths, each. .. .$10.00
72x126 Cloths, each. . . . .$8.75 25x26 Napkins, dozen. . .$7.25
2-Yard Pattern Table Cloths, $1.75
Mercerized damask pattern table cloths. 2-yard site, beautiful deslcus. with a five-Inch colored border,
pink, blue or gold, each $1.75. '
Madeira Hand Embroidered Linens
Dolltee, center pieces and table covers, 6 to $0 Inches, napkins and lunch sets, all new.
Madeira lunch setsconsisting of six 6-inch, six 12-inch dollies and one 24-lnch center piece, all hand em
. broidered. Special, the set, $5.00.
Hand Embroidered Sample Linens
8PECIAI' Importer's sample line of doilies at about 22 U to 60 less than regular price. A very exten
sive line of designs, a limited quantity of each, some slightly soiled-
6-lnoh dolUeS, hand embroidered, each 10e I 18-tneh dollies, hand embroidered, each.
9-lnch dollies, band embroidered, each 89c I Barresa.aaii Co. aula rioer.
BUMS-NASSff BASEMENT, STORE
HE very best grade all wool, part wool and cotton batts for making comforters jaway
X below the present market value.
$3.25 Pare White Wool Batte for $2.00 Roll
Slse .1190 pure white wool batts, cheese cloth
covered, 13.25 la the present market value price.
Monday, (or entire comforter, tQ rr
$2.5 AU Wool Batts, at $1.8 Roll
Slse 72x0, all wool Southdown batts, $1.50 ls
the present market value; aale price Ji QQ
Monday, for entire comforter, roll. . . . 4 1 .Oa7
$9.00 Wool Batts, $1.00
Slse 70x90 Royal fUece wool batts, $2.00 is the
present market value, sale price : Q
Mondsy, for entire comforter, roll . . . . J JL tOJ
$1.75 Wool 1WU, $1.25
Else 72x20 Data via wool batU, 21.71 is the pres
ent market value; sale price, Monday, tl . OC
for entire comforter, roll P 1 e3
$1.25 White Cotton Batts, 75c
I?Ttv.2f Four-neund, slse 72x20 hand rolled
Xila a. snow white cotton batts for making ex
tra thick, warm comforters, 11.25 ls the present
market value, sale price, Monday for ; r
entire comforter, roll I OC
85c White Cotton BatU, 60c
Cvf rnf Size T2x90, full three-pound hand rolled
snow white cotton batts. 85o is the pres
ent market value, aale price, Monday, rrt
for entire comforter, roll
23c OX ton Batts, 18c
Governor and White Rose, everybody's favorite
cotton. We will sell 10,000 of these beau- in
tlful batts. Instead ef 25c, Monday, per roll IOC
22e Cotton BatU, at 15c
Full pound roll, snow white True Blue cotton
batts; 2 So Is the present market value, Iff.
sale price, per roll IOC
15c Cotton BatU, 10c
Reliance, Ruby and Butter Cup cotton batts, 15c
is the present market value; sale , "1 re
price, Monday, per roll . .' lvC
10e Cotton BatU, 5c
Little Gem, pure white batU, 10c ls the present
market value: sale price, Monday, ff
Material for Covering Comforters
Away Under Present Market Valaes
Yard wide, fancy floral. Persian, oriental and
figured cretonnes, all are 36 Inches wide, 12 He la
the present market value; sale Q 1
price, from the bolt, yard OgC
Sllkollnes, at 5c
Short lengths, fancy figured and plain colored,
yard wide, llrst quality sllkollnes, will Ca
be sold, at, yard -. :.. OC
12 He Sllkollnes, f He
Ysrd wide, finest quality light, medium and dark
colorings, newest patterns, sllkollnes, 10 to 20-yard
lengths to buy from.
ent market value, sale
aarreas-aTaak Co. aaraB.
12Vc ls the pres- y i
price, yard JJ C
59c Quality 25c
STRIPED wool French
flannel that is worth
and sold in every city at
59c per yard, sale price,
from the bolt nfi
Monday at, yd.. . ,3C
$3.00 Beacon Blankets
Monday at $1.98 Pair
Cwfraf Fancy plaid Beacon
CtXlia. blankets, eiie 6il0,
have never before been offered
at such a low price by any store.
An unusual special lot to select
front. Included with the Beacon
plaid blankeu are extra heavy
wool finished slse 72x80 gray
and tan blankets. Here is a bar
gain that will be long remem
bered. Blanket depart-4f )Q
ment. Monday, at. . . . ?lJO
arrecs-Vask Oo, aaameat.
EYE RYD ODTb .OTOHC
Send Us Your Mail Orders
Your mall orders sent here will receive the saaae
prompt and oourteous attention as if you made persoaal
visit. Write for November Shopping Quid now ready.