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Tim OMAHA SUNDAY HF.E: XOVEMPEU 21, 1015.
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American Flag Set Ablate In Incen
diary Attack Made, on the Firit
SEBIZS OF DAMAGING ACTIONS
Starting ot an Incendiary tire In
tbe First Congregational church,
Nineteenth and Davenport street,
and the attempted burning of an
American flag In the church follow
ing a series of petty attacks on this
and other houses of worship In
Omaha, made by unidentified per
sons, are causing great alarm to pas
'nr. and ranffrsfttlons In Omaha.
Churchmen believe the attacks are
of serious nature and are the out
growth ot a deliberate desire on the
part of unidentified cranks or be
lievers tn anarchlstio doctrines.
"The fact that the American flag
iv as set afire la our church Is Big-
Cleveland, assistant pastor of the
First Congregational. "No American
would have attempted to damage the
flag of this country."
Ths Incendiary stuck wn made while
Rev. Frederick T. House, the pastor,
and the asaUtant .were at lunch Friday.
The fire u started In the center of
the church, proctlcaHy destroying a lars
allk American flag bearing the name
of the church, and a large map of Pal
estine, valued at t&0. Inflammable ma
terials nearby were set afire and when
the Janitor of the church came In the
air wai dense with emoke. He was able
to extinguish the blase without assis
tance. Series of Petty Attacks en Charctaea.
windows ot the same church were
broken the nights of November IS and 1
During the last two weeks filthy object
have been several times left at the en
trances to the church.
The footprints of a man wearing a
medium sised shoe was found. The per
son who set the fire used patent matches
In small wood boxes, similar to those
carried by smookers.
Windows have been broken recently In
tho Flrft Methodist Episcopal and
V'nlted Presbyterian churches.
A plate glass window two by ten feet
was broken at the store of Sommer Bros.,
Twenty-elKhth and Farnam streets. There
were Indication that mlschlevlous young
sters and a nearby stone pile formed the
David Bispham and
Company of Stars
At the Auditorium
Tho announcement that David Bispham,
tho distinguished American baritone, sup
ported by a specially selected company
of actor musicians, all of them stars of
national reputation, will be seen at the
Omtihts Auditorium on Monday night
November 29, In an adoptatlon of the
tJrrinari' play "Adelaide" Is bound to
aroutie deep interest among the many
adm'rcr.t of the well known artist, espe
cially in view of the fact- that . Mr.
R Fiihani lms Ri?roed to play at popular J
I rireg nt the second municipal entertain
ment. .Ve'Diilr." written by Hugo Muller
about i"ri thirty-five yours after
reetlioven'a death. Is founded on fact
tho attachment of the great composer
lor the Countem Julia Ouicelardl, and. In
the character of Beethoven, Mr. Bispham
has ample opportunity for the exercise
of the great hletrlonlc abilities which are
During the action of .the play several
Beethoven numbers are given, among
them, "The Romance In F" for violin,
"Joyful and Sorrowful" from Egmont,
for soprano, "Adelaide" for tenor, and
"The Moonlight' sonata for piano, Mr.
Bispham sings portions of the songs of
Beethoven as the master 1 supposed to
In conjunction wtth the presentation of
the Beethoven play, and preceding it,
Mr. Bispham and his company will offer
a miscellaneous concert, called "The Re
hearsal." Supporting Mr, Bispham, whose tour
Is under the direction of R. E. Johnston,
are Madame Marie Norelle, roesso; Miss
Kathleen Coman, piano; Miss Idelle Pat
terson, soprano; Henri Barron, tenor,
and Graham Harris, violin.
Sunday, November 21, 1915-
.Tew Tletor Mor(li for IOTm-
Ver Many splendid iimbtrt,
-BURGESS-NASH STORE NEWS FOR MONDAY-
, fa Omaha ealy at Bnre-lTan .
eaa yon tray the Chlekertag.
Students to Give
Play November 24
Pupils of the seventh B class of the
Castelar school will pr'sent Washington
Irvine's "Athambra," as arranged by
Jennie I Redfleld, at the school at (
o'clock the evening of November 31. Miss
F. F. Rush Is the class teacher and is
the state director. The program is as
Washington Irving, visitor at the Al-
hamhra Ueorge Hrgal
Governor of Qranada Randolph Meaner
fount I'cdro Walter LJeoerknecnt
James Wallace, guest of Irving
... Gerald Loaan
Henry Wllkle, guest. William pangenberg
Aunt Antonia, resident at the Alharo-,
bra Eva, JOkstrand
Dolores, daughter of Antonia
Pepe. brother of Dolores KdwardiUiter
faocho, attendant of the governor....
Carmen, daughter of the count
Moorish king Lynn Crlehton
Ebon Hanabbon, teacher
Ahmed El Kamel. son or the kins;
... Arthur Uoettsche
... . PART IV.
Washington Irving Frel Marcley
Ahmed El Kamel Frank Ziurhal
... , PART V.
Waahlns-toa Irvlnn f.rmen
The FairiesCinierella Jones, Fontella
V"". Clar Maystrlck. Madeline Kline,
f " ruTim, iiara Tnoman. Mae Kossen.
Iollie Marietta, Bertha Smith. Uuth
Turns, Eva Augustan. Erna Krelle. ttar
bara Pveaka. Gladys McRoy, Hannah
-J1?,-!"" towr of garden of Gen
eYallffe. back of the Alhambra, where
Ahmed was sent to study until he became
Ih" Voracious H David Jensen
The Vise Owl William Spangenberg
The Birsy fcaallow Oeiald Ugan
The I neanny Bat.... Walter Uetwkneoht
Lonely Ahmed. .Frank Zmrhal
Court of Lions Carmen, fairies, king,
Ebon I'onabbon, Ahmed.
Kong "Toreador' from "Carmen."
IxH-orators H alter Swanscn. Alfred
Jcl-nson, Mrbl De Witt, John YVilaon
r i-. .. l T camvlra '
There's a Wealth of Newness in Every Section of
Surgess-Nash Splendid Preparedness for Gift Selections
CHILDREN ! HERE'S A LETTER
FROM SANTA CLAUS
t NORTlT FOIjE, November 18, 1915.
My Dear Little Boys and Girls:
Christmas is coming; the tlm Is near when
I will be with you a Sain. I know jou sure lonRtnK
to t me and I am Just as anxious to see you.
I have been thinking; of each and every one of
yon all summer long and have been working night
and day on the prettiest toys and dolls you have
And I bare worked so hard that my little fat
fingers are so sore and stiff! Hut Old Kris won't
dlsappoiBt yon. I've got loads and loads of the
most wonderful thlnirs for all my little friends.
All you boys and girls who have been Rood and
obedient to yonr mammas and paras will get the
nicest things; so make up your minds, all of you,
to be real good until I come. Old Kris Krlngle ran
tell Just by looking at your faces how good you've
My reindeers are big and fat and ready to take
me to "Hnrgetis-Xafth," where I always make my
I will bring more toys this year than I did last,
because 'Burgeas-Nash" Toy Town will be bigger
this year and will have more room to show my
toys, and MY!, What great fun we'll have! I've
got lots of new toys, such as you've never seen, be
sides all the old favorites.
If there's anything special you want. Just write
me a letter, care of 'llurgess-N'ash," ami If you are
a good child I'll see that yon get It,
I'm just chuck full of love for all my little
boys and girls and hope to see every one of yon
when I get to ,,'lur"e-Nash" and If you promise
me to be real good, I'll promise you the merriest
Christmas you ever spent!
"W. M. C." CARDONNET
6 c Spool
Box of 10 Spools (or 6Cc
WHITE or ecru, full size spools,
sixes from 1 to 70. Very
Burgess Kask Co. Third tfoo
NOTTTNQHAM lace curtains,
2H yards long, white only,
good selection of designs. Very
special Monday at 83c pair.
MAHQOSKTTE AND 8CIUMS
Wtth plain or ribbon edge. 36 and
40 inches wide, white, ivory and
ecru, 15c to 43c yard.
orrsss-Haah Co. Third floor.
Hero's something new and
A FASCINATING game to be
played indoors with Haiards,
Bunkers, Putting green, Tee mat,
regular clubs and ball, with a big
room-size rug as the course.
One or more can play, and as the
game requires perfect shots and
accurate plays It Is, Indeed, a most
Interesting amusement to old
and young alike.
Special demonstrations, fourth
floor. Come In and play a game
you'll like It.
Bnrgsss-irash Co. Fourth Floor.
New Arrivals in
Women's Novelty, Plush and Velour Coats
$19,50, $25X)0, $35.00 and $39.50
"pvOZEXS of new styles in these handsome and warm eoats, are hero for your selection
U with and without fur trimmings. Luxurious coat, E?$Jv
either long or short in rich fabrics and color tones; new flaro
inn n, nit? nv laumn iviini, nvn nnj vi uniiu,
Our coat showing in the newly enlarged cost section Includes the
simple every-dsy coat tn good style at 15.0O, to the luxurious
wrap In velvet and fur for fvuio.
NEW COATS FOR $25.00
These are the coats exdtlng a great deal ot attention because, ot
their excellence In style and value.
Stylos the mwt wanted and newest fashions In belted, flared
or straiKht line typos.
New Corduroy coats.
New models in seal plush,
Simple styles in seal
A new belted fashion
New whipcord coat, fuy
New plaid coat in wool
New velveteen coat, fur
DRESSY AND SEMI-DRESSY
$25.00 and $35.00
GEORGETTE CREPE, chartneuse and crepe meteor are
first favorites In th frock for afternoon. Charm
ingly designed are these late models in wing tunic, long
peplumed, draped, seml-tallleur and plain tailored styles.
Hand embroidered in color or metal effects. Ingeniously
employed Is fur on collar, cuffs or tunlque; braiding,
lace or chiffon to give a decorative touch.
They're In soft shades of gray and rose; Panama or
Midnight blue; African brown and black. Specially pre
pared values are these at the price.
SnrffMs-sTash Co. HMoad Fleer.
These Hand Embroidered Madeira
Linens Make ACCEPTABLE GIFTS
SOMETHINO that would be acceptable to every woman. New and
attractive designs in madeira hand-embroidered . eyelet work
dollies and center pieces, beautifully finished. -
6-Inch doilies, hand embroidered eyelet work 19c
9-Inch doilies, hand embroidered eyelet work 39c
" 18-Inch centers, hand embroidered eyelet work 98c
- 24-Inch centers, hand embroidered eyelet work $1.98
28-Inch centers, hand embroidered eyelet work $2.95
Bnrgsss-Srash 'o.Jtalm Floor.
Here Are Three Extreme Specials in
BLACK SILKS AT 98c YARD
THE very .weaves that are in greatest demand for waists,
dresses and coats and the price for Monday is very
Including: 36-inch chiffon taffetas, 36-lnch peau de sole, also S fl
inch black silk messallne, strictly first quality and rich, raven black.
Silk Crepe de Chine, ,$1.49. '
40-Inch all pure allk crepe de chine, good heavy quality that will wear
and launder; wanted shades, both light and dark, also white and
black, 91.49 the yard.
Bovrsss.Kath Co Mala Floor.
THANKSGIVING SALE of DINNERWARE
AT AN AVERAGE REDUCTION OF 25 ft
A FEATURE offering to acquaint you with the new location in
the basement ot this section of our store.
SEMI-rORCELAIX DINNER SKT8, 16.50
Maddock's English semi-porcelain dinner sots, blue oriental border
decorations, the 100-plece service, at 91(1.54).
FRENCH CHINA DINNER SETS, 92T.50
Blue Spray decoration, plain shapes, 100 piece service, 921.50.
DECORATED CHINA DINNER RETS, $30.50.
Rosenthal china decorated dinner sets, pink rose decorations, handles
richly covered with gold, the 100-plece service, ,jk:iG,50.
HAV1LAND CHINA DINNER RETS, 910.50 "
Derby shapes, coin gold decorations, the 100-plece service for 910.50.
IIAVILAND CinNA DINNER SETS, 900.50
Fancy Shapes, pretty border decorations, coin gold handles and lines,
the 100-plece service, 900.50. '
Burrsss-irash Oo. asmnt.
SEWING MACHINES SPECIALLY PRICED
OFFERED ON TERMS OF $1.00 A WEEK
EVERY machine la guaranteed to be in good condition
the best known makes are Included. Borne are brand new,
others slightly used. The offering Includes:
New Home Rotary, Monday $28.50
Standard Rotary, Monday $33.50
Singer No. GG, for Monday . : $26.50
Paragon Special, for Monday $28.50
Howe Special, for Monday. $22.50
Standard Special, for Monday $29.50
Arrow Special, for Monday .$14.50
Barfr.ss-Vrash Oo. Third Floor.
Announcing a Complete and Comprehensive Showing ol
LEATHER, SILK and VELVET BAGS
and FANCY LEATHER NOVELTIES
CHRISTMAS gift selections can best he made now while stock
Exclusive Agenti for Mark Cross
English Made Leather Novelties
Many new and interesting novelties, made in a way that only this fa
mous maker can do leathers that are different, such u antelope,
crushed morocco, levant, saffian, black satin moire leather, blue Frost,
women's sewing baskets, scissor seta, drinking cups, bridge sets, mil
itary brushes, manicure sets), writing portfolio, tourist esses, cigarette
cases, cigar cases, money folders, sewing cases and many other nov
elties. REAL LEATHER HAND nAGS, 91-00
Hand bags of real leather in new styles and shapes, a big variety to
choose from, soft full plaited styles, with covered frames, fancy lin
ings, coin purses and mirror; other shapes, with nickel frames and
fancy knobs, also real morocco, seal grain or patent leather envelope
styles; all splendid values at Sl.OO.
SPECIAL LOT HAND RAGS, 91.05
Real pin seals, genuine morocco, English long grain leather bags,- In
plaited full balloon or plain staple styles, beautifully silk lined, fitted
with mirror and coin purse; some have inside frames, with white kid
linings; handles match bags; clasp, assorted, some with pearl-colored
stones; thta lot in black only, and very special for Monday at 91.03.
EXCLUSIVE STYLE HAND RAGS, 9.5
An assortment of styles in flat envelope and full one-piece real dull
pin seal, with plain, pearl or white ivory knobs; also fine silk moire
or silk chiffon velvet In Mack, nlger brown or taupe, in Cleopatra or
more staple style. These bags are different than tbe usual kind at
this, price, and we want your Inspection as to linings and finish of bag.
A special display at 94.05.
aorrss.irssh Co. Mala Floor.
ONHDAY UN TEE BOT(E
18c Utility Flannel at 7c
UTILITY flannel, suitable for waists, gowns, dresses, men's and
boys' shirts, school dresees, etc.; gray ground, with lavender
blue, gray and black woolen stripes, 18c values, on sale, yard, 7 He.
Fancy Outing Flannel, Sy2c
In light and dark colors, the best grade in 10 to 20-yard lengths,
at, yard, 8 He
Outing Flannel, 4Vc.
White outing flannel, medium weight, on sale from the holt, at,
50c French Flannel Shirting, 25c.
Wool French flannel shirting and waistlng, blue and white grounds,
with fancy colored and black atrlpes, 60c grade, from the bolt at,
NOTE: WJilte, pink, blue, gray and red double faced wool elder
down, all one yard wide, the best grade for making Chrlntmaa
) presents, etc.; the prices are the lowest. Flannel Department
Bargass-aTash Oa. aaamaat.
LACE and SCRIM
ODD pairs of lace and scrim
curtains In white and ecru,
iV yards long, worth two to
three times the sale price,
Monday, each OaC
10c Curtain Rods, 7c.
Rail end extension rods, regular
10c values, each, 7c.
Bnrrsss-aTash Co. Basamsnt.
Another GROUP of JAPANESE
BRONZE BAMBOO BASKETS
A TIMELY offering in plenty of time to anticipate Christmas
gifts. The selections include a splendid variety of beautiful
iviiors and attractive shapes.
Waste paper baskets
iiu um OriginaDrU
Sewing baskets $2.00 Each Etc., Eto
Burgaas-aTaati Co. B aaamaat,
. . .Flower baskets
1892" PURE SPUN ALUMINUM COOKING
WARE FOR Preparing the Thanksgiving, Dinner
"1892" Ware haa an actual ucord of over ti years active nee at a cost of less than Z rents per year that's
real inmomy thai 3 why you should make your pennies Aa their greatest duty. "1892" PUKK KPUN ALUMI
NUM WAHK costs lesj la cook with than the ordinary kitchen ware because It require less fuel. It eaves la.
bor, because there are no cracka or crevices for food part Idea to Iodic In. Always buy "JUta" QUALITY FIRST
ware a tradn marked war that la the HKST Aluminum Ware the market affords. It meons economy for you to
wu mi' w wbvuumi 01 me ions, acuva eervicw yuu jci.
AT THE old prices fully 25 to
33 Vs per cent under present
Heavy fleeced, blue and white
checks, size 66x0, double blan
kets, for full beds; hundreds of
pairs at, pair, $1.30.
Crib Blankets, 9c.
Size 30x40 outing flannel crib
blankets, blue and pink borders,
on sale at, each, Uc. '
Size 66x80. 70x80, 70x84 and 72x
84, heavy wool finished and part
wool blankets, white, gray and
tan. also large checks and fancy
plaids, In blue, gray, tan and pink,
splendid value for, pair, $2.97.
Bath Robe Blankets, $2.49.
Beacon bath robe blankets, new,
late patterns, more attractive
than ever before, complete with
neck and waUt cords; the colora
are absolutely fast; complete set
Hargasa-Vash Co. Basement.
Made pf heavy
I n u m sheets,
rt o r, WOOd
Made of heavy
and spun pol
liHiidle each tor
liiHrt and water
c o Hii Hrlmrru.
rapacity 2 qt.,
utu ll, 91.T5.
i nU polished.
ff W Bssaws KaUKe Alumf
(Jt 1 jr bum sheets
V I 1 Jl I . reinforced rim
Bf""! ' which sTlves
H tamped and spun from
htavy Aluminum sheets of
even aauxe 1-xtla huHtlnK
tray in bottum haa a
ateain trap In one end to
regulate condenalna of
team. Bile 7 6-8 Inches
deep. 11 Inrhea wide, it
Inches Inns- "ollshed out
side lath, 93.45.
body a nd
tuity 6 Qts,
On of the
!i a n d I eat
r e-in forced
tlKlit fltt in
pacity 4 1-4
lUpped Saaoe Faas
There Is always nued for
an extra pan and an extra
elzo. The-e are stamt ed
an I apun from heavy Kraut
Ahlillouui sheet pnliahed
nutalde. catln finish In
side Comes in
1-qt. alse each, 4oe
ltt qt all each. 6o
1-qt. sue ch, SO
S tainted, and
c o mpartments.
Tea ketel has
capacity of s
qts Cooker In
1 qt.. eacn,
Masterpiece I n
1S2" line. Thfao
re tlia real Herlln
exterior s a t In
nickel ptated steel
ball attached to
ears. Capacity 1
qts.. each, 91.05.
ftlamned and spun
from heavy aheet
eted ball polish
ed exterior. A
kettle for every
t qu., each. 1.06.
911 Saaoe Fait
Order Xmas Cards Now
It will iusure against disappointment
and you have better selection now.
We Develop Films
free of charge when you leave an
order for irinting.
PrompterArthur Naee. J
'eye ryd odt,s,store,(
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