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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY , DKCEMHEU 18. 1915.
VViVvvvvjh storo wil, bo open evenings until ChrlstmasVwVirutuC
These Make Nice Gifts for Boys
And Every One of Them Splendid Bargains
9 for Boys' $6.00 and $6.50 Mackinaws
for Rovs $6.00 and $5650 Suits
d for Boys' $6.00 and $6.50 Overcoats
All sizes, 6 to 18 years, and all colors.
Girls Winter Coats
Manufacturer's Sampler ami
Surplus, mado to sell to $10;
all sizes from 2 to 14 years;
in Astrakhans, Corduroys,
Tlufhes, Boucles and other
$3.95 and $0.05
Gift Suggestions That arc Appropriate and Sure to Please
Two big special counter! for Sat-
"Oc Pin Cushions at 2!
50c (Hit Candle Sticks at
V Tspostry Boxes at l5e
ii ' Juwel Boxes at , , . . 25
. .Work Bankets at
de box Handkerchief a at.
:ic Back Strap Purs at. ... .
SI. 00 Hand Mirrors at
1.00 Hair Brushes at
J1.00 Fancy 811k Garters at.,
$1.00 Work Boxes at
II iL"0 Tapestry Boxes at
HQ" rk Baskets at
Ana iwny oiner nouaay novelties,
worth f l.oo, at 50tf each.
A grand sale Saturday on the Flor
ence sample line of Toilet 8ets, Trav
eling Cases, Comb, Brush and Mirror
Sets, Hand Mirrors, ete.
Hand Mirrors at 100. 2D0. 300.
400. GOO 91.25.
Worth 35c to IJ.OO.
Men's Traveling Cases at 81.25.
S3, S2.50. $3. $3.50, 33.75
Worth $2 00 to .00 set.
Toilet Bets, 81.50. 81.75. 82.
82.25. 82.50. 83 d 84.00.
Regular price, J2.50 to $7.00.
Comb and BruRh Sets at 400. 500.
GOO. 700 nd 800.
Worth 75c to $1.50.
Military Brushes, per set, 750
Regular price, $1.25.
Great Handkerchief Salt
A big saving for jrou In this de
Children's 60c quality boxed Hand
kerchiefs, box -250
Ladles' 76o quality boxed Handker
chiefs, box 500
Children's 36c quality boxed Hand
kerchiefs, box 150
Children's l&c quality boxed luud-
kerchlefs. box 100
Ladles' All Linen Initialed Handker
chiefs. 15c quality, at 100
Men's Fine Linen Handkerchief,
hemstitched 150 n1 250
Ladles' Fine Linen Hand Embroid
ered Handkerchiefs, regular $3
box: special Saturday, box. 81.00
Ladles' Fine Madeira Embroidered
Handkerchiefs, 3 in box, regular
$1.60, special, box 81.00
Indies' Fine Embroidered Swiss
Handkerchiefs, regular price 16c
and 20c. tale price, each 100
Ladles' Initial Handkerchiefs, in
box, regular 50c. sale price. .300
Holiday Hand Bags
We have Just received a special line of high-grade Hand Bags at 50
reduction. Saturday the entire lot eoes on sale at Half Pric.
12.00 Vine All Leather Hand Bags.
fin (Ilk lining, purse and mirror. .$1.00
13.00 Fine Hand Bags the latest style.i,
18.50 Baits, the very finest leathern,
ilk or leather lined, at S1.7S
H.00 Back Strep Puree, at. ech..ei.00
Collar and Cuff Baas. 660, 75o, $x, ut
X. OTTO Bl KITS.
A complete line of Thermos Bottles and
Lunch Het on sale Saturday.
1-qt. Thermoe Bottles at gl.TS
Workman's Lunch Boxes, at 1.00
School Kits, at M-OO
Auto Seta, complete, at S4.78
This is a Jewelry Christmas
. . ,Tn Popular Rrac.elet Watch.
5f tJll Hr elet Watch with gilt
dial, in brightly polished flnleh, fitted
with a dependable lS-Jewcl movement
a wonderful value Hntiirilay.lai.0O
Solid Gold I -a Val Korea, with beautiful
email dinniond pendant, a special sale.
Palunhiy, up from SJ.50
Solid Oold Diamond 8et Cuff Button
rtgular 116.00. Saturday . ,.S7.
Solid Gold Bah Ring and Neck1.ie.
regular price II 00. from..So to Sl.W
Solid Gold Hat Pino,
roent for selection.
a Urge assnrt
Solid (fold Cuff Buttons In Roman fln
lah of engraved, regular to $7.00, Satur
Comb. Brush and Mirror, If SO values.
Military Bruahea, $4.00 values. Satur
Solid Uold Knives, nlain or fanrv an
graved, with blades tf the best steel.
special ,. $3.8
Solid Gold Cameo la ValHerea or dia
mond setting, special . S2.9S to B7.50
ud ga so
Solid (ld Scarf IMns In diamond
chips or cluster Mettlns;, up from.Sfl.60
Soli. Hold Misses' Hlngs. In algneta,
Jingle aettlng or iluntr, regular 12 to
IS, perlal 75 n Si Ba
Solid Oold K.by chain and LoJk't"
.riuinr enorlaJ for 1v
Solid Gold Jewelry
Solid Oold Cuff Huttotm, engraving
free, regular 15 to $7. for tlila riav
only , fl.8 to $3.V5
German Silver Cigar Jam. Aah Traya
and Smoker Seta, special from Tie to f 3
ample Xdaea In Ivory, regular to IS.C0,
yoor oholoe aiototl.BO
Ivory Mirrors, Comb and Hrushen.
Ivory Kilea. Powder Jars, Hair He.
Buffer. Trsye, Cologne But-
Novelty Bale Consisting of Jewel Boxes,
rin Trays, (lard Receivers, Bud Vaaes, Candle
Sticks, Match Boxea and Fancy Calendars.
Regular tOo to $2.60, special w..,.8fto to TBe
Gloves Will Surely
A gift that never goes un
appreciated can be ae
lee ted by the Glove Cer
tificate plan er by glTlng
her a nice glove done
up In a Xmas box.
Ladles' special In l$-but-ton
real Fl-ench Kid Glove
In white only, usually
priced at $3.25, pr. .92.60
Ladies' Real French Kid
Gloves. In I-button length
In fancy embroidered
backs, In world's bet
makes, at 91BO, 93. 93.G0
Toadies' French Lamb
kin in over-seam, also
medium weight glove,
with heary contrasting
atltchlng, worth $1.26. at.
a pair 91.10
Ladies' Capes, Piquets
and Doeskin, In all colors.
wtorth ll.oo, at S9e
Children's 'Warm Gloves. Mittens and Fur Tops, also Ladies'
1),' Top Mittens, at, pair 9o and 880
Ladies' Underwear Dept. Saturday
Ladles" All Wool, Silk and "Wool,
811k and Lisle, any style, worth
to $3.60, Saturday at. ..81.50
Ladles' Heavy Fleeeed Suits, any
style, regular $$.00 values,
at 400 "4 080
Ladles' Fine Quality 811k. Silk and
Llslo and Silk and Wool, In col
ors and white, at 82.08
Children's Heavy Fleeced Union
Suite, all sixes, at 400
Ladies' All Wool and Silk and
Wbol Vests and Pants, $2.00
values, Saturday at ....81.50
Italian Silk Vests and Bloomers,
embroidery trimmed, worm to
$S.60, extra special at.. SI. 08
Vests, reinforced Italian bun,
colors and white, at. . . O80
Italian Silk and Crepe de China
Combination Suits, worth to
$6.00. Saturday, extra special, a.e, 3.s, 4.
Crepe de Chins Gowns, beautiful assortment, at
and ...... ...... ....
Corset Covers made of fine quality
sises, oxtra quality, at
ir v m
r y fa
crepe de china, all
Dainty Muslins In Xmas boxes at special prices.
Gift Suggestions in the
Buy the children
Warm Sweaters tar
Xmas. We have all
colors, at eao, 91.45,
and) ........... ..91.9S
Angora Scarf and Cap
Beta, for ladles and
children, make a prao
tlcal gift, special, at
98c and . . . . 9L7S
Ladlee and Children's
Ana-4T and Knit
Toques; large assortment to chooss
from, special, at ......SOW
Ladies' Sweaters, plain and fancy
weave, all eolora, special, 9S.es to 910
Creps d Chine or Laca Camisoles
make a dainty gift, special, at, 91.B5,
91.80 and 93.00
Main Floor Middle Boom.
Do Not Forget to Put
On Your LUt
Our stock is com
plete, with all tha
new styles In han
mounted; a large
assortment of mis
sion handles, carved
handles In assorted
colors;' they come In
extra fine quality of
silk taffeta, wide
bordered edge, at
83.50 to 84.08.
A special number
for Saturday In fine
tape edge silk taf
feta, best grade of
steel rods and Par
agon frames, a large
assortment of han
dles, at 81.03 and
'Practical and Appropriate Gifts
at a PriceSavingof 20 to 50
H Wf) Remiti M Fur Sets
flnKnk, Marten. Beaver, H Off
Jap Mink, Hudson Seal. Regular
Fischer Raccoon, Etc., at. .
Over 1,000 Fine Coats on Sale
19; in Two Special Lots
Beautiful New Coats, made to sell to $45.00, in Rus-gia"ri-Pony
or French Coney, Sealette tfl 4QC
rSshes, Gordon Cloths, in new flare fr-fr
itblwl duvetynes, broadcloths, etc sWTT
Handsome Coats, including French Coney Fur Coats, fine zibelines, fur trimmed
boucle?, corduroys, in choicest fur trimmed and flare models. Coats made to sell
$25.00 and $30.00, Saturday, at choice
100 Handsome Tailored Suits that sold to $35.
Choice of a broad assortment of "classy designs
in broadcloths, corduroys, poplins, aj-ri
gabardines, etc, this season's best V yOU
iyles and colors, on sale.
Beautiful New Blouses, made
to sell to $5, in crepe de
chine v taffetas, wash silks,
etc., all col- $ QO
ore, at tpiJO
Nearly 2,000 Silk Underskirts, made to sell up
to $10; big special purchase just received, in
. . . i VI M-i.
rose, silver, reseaa, new uiue, vouet. cuange-
ables arid other popular C f 05 $ J$S
snades m laneias, eauns
1 4 .-. S
Gifts We're showing a
splendid assortment and re
markable values at prices
from $5, $7.50, $10 up
Beautiful New Blouses, made
to sell to $10, in chiffons,
silk, laoes, Georgette crepes,
hand embroidered CO QQ
crepe de chines, ety5e0
A Great Bargain Giving Sale of Coats
t J , Saturday in the Domestic Room
" '. W.OS Coats, $S.03
AH Of our coats la mixtures, plain
cloths and double faced materials,
plaid backs, that sold at $7.60, $$
and $8.9 5. aU go in one Jo QC
lot Saturday vOeivO
I $10.00 Coats, 5. 08
All our zibelines, mixtures, broad
cloths and cheviot coats. In all the
new styles, full lined coats, all sixes,
that sold to $10.00,
choice Saturday . . .
I 917.50 Coats, SM.95
kiiejs gatin lined, plushes, slbe
nV Vhiffon broadcloths, lrslanas
C fancy mixtures, new Chin Chin
Saturday in the Domestic Room
collars, full belted styles, coats
that are worth $16 to ft QC
$17.60, choice Saturday. JOeiJ
$8.00 Silk Pettiooata, 91.08
Fine niessallne, jersey tops, asd
two-tone silk petticoats, fitted tops,
all fcolors, regular values QQ
to $3.00, 8aturday .... V e70
Crepe de Chine Waists, fl.00
Dainty crepe de chine waists, In
flesh color and white, embroidered
Jap allk waists, high or low necks,
dosena of pretty patterns, 0- ff
waists worth to $1.$$, Sat.JA Ul
Children's Coats at January Price s
94.00 Coats, fl.QS
We have picked out about 26 coats
in heavy, warm coata, with high
storm collars and belted styles In
mixtures, plain colors, that sold to
96.50 Ooats. 93.08
An elegant lot of corduroy, mixtures
and plain colored coats, ages 6 to 14
years, new full belted styles, fancy
trimmed; these ooete sold t $6.00,
$6.98 and $1.6 , choice
3 L n FIRST AsnaXlawVav V
Shoes and Slippers Practical Gifts
The Stetson Shoe, in black or tan,
button, lace or blucher styles,
made up . in gun metal or vicl
The CrosstHt or Abbott Shoe, in
black or tan, button or blucher.
Union Mado 84.00
Hayden's Special Gun metal or
vicl kid, in button or blucher
styles, Union Made 83.50
Grover or Queen Quality Shoes for
the woman who wants good shoes,
well fitted, up from 83.00
Women's Patent Leather Shoes, in
lace or button, kid or cloth tops,
$5 and $4 values, 83 n 82.50
Misses' and Child's Button Shoes,
kid or gun metaL $2.00 values.
Boys' gun metal. In blucher or but
ton patterns, splendid values,
a 82.50 nd 81.08
Women's Fur Trimmed Nulliflers,
in gray, wine, oxford and black.
$1.60 values 81.00
All Felt JuUets, $1.00 Talues, wine,
gray or navy blue. . qq
Infants' Patent Leather Black Cloth
Button Shoes, wedge heel, sizes 6
to 8, $1.16 values 75
Men's Tan or Black Kid filippors
up from 81.00
Draped Velvet Turbans
Tomorrow.... $2.49nd $2,98
The Very Latest Flower Hats
These becoming hats come In various
styles, made of fine quality Lyons velvet One
THE VEIfY LATEST PLOWEU HATS
These becoming hats come In various
shades of velvet and flowers. They are much
in favor down east.
MiW rOLISHKD LEATHER HATS.
SITl.N HATS Trimmed and untrtmmed.
in a profusion of styles. Always showing
somethlus new in smart hats for immcdUte
wear at j5 to 87.50.
Christmas Specials in Hosiery
A Nice Box of Hosiery Is (Sure to rie
Your Family and Friend.
Women's Novelty Bilk Ifnse In plaids anl
stripe, some with enibi olderej designs, in u.l
silk and aome with Mala tups, aiwt put ui n
holiday boxes. Very spr lai . . . .$1.60 an l 11.19
women s rtio.nlx elik liose in plain and Ian. y
color. fll fuahtoncd an.) seaitileaa, sieul
T8o and oe out sl"s $1.85, packoti In holiday
Us e and ronon,
rular and outsis.s,
Llso split sole
and rib tops;
pairs In h.m
A eonr.liete line of Women'a and Children's
Cashmere and ilk and Wool Unas, a pair,
from S&e to fl.SS
Infants' and Children's Heavy and Medium
WeJnt Wool and Fteeoed Uned lluas, rosular
Its values iso
Boys' Cotton and Flec4 School JKa, I So
qiality. special ...Hvie
after a conference with Pres
ident Wilson announced that
he was in accord with the
president's plan for military
and naval preparedness.
s 1 f7
for Boys and Girls
for Christmas Gifts
Probation Officer Miller requested Li
brarian Tobltt to prepare for him a list
of books for boys and (lrla. which he
could reoommend as Christmas presents.
The list covers out-door and In-door lite,
fairy tales and tesends. war, athletics
The list offered by Mr. Miller Is as
BOOKS FOlt TUB OUTDOOR POT.
KMnaped Campere, by Mrs. Flavla A.
Bov clouts In the White Mountains, oy
w. f. r iuon.
Camplns In the Winter Woods, by B.
Oresor. . ...,,
Camulns on' western Trans, oy n..
Boy Pcouts or ircn-nara isinna, r. a.
Touns Alaskans, Emerson nousn.
Bolf In the Woods. K. T. Scton.
Two UtUe Bavas-'S. by K. T. Peton.
CamDlns on the Greet River, by R. 8.
FAlUT TALES AND HiOENOS.
Btorios of the King, by James Baldwin.
In the Days of Olante. by A. F. Brown.
Allcei In Wonderland, by lala Carrol.
Famous lsnds. by E. O. Crommelln.
Wonder Bok. by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
Blue Fairy Book, by Andrew Un.
Merry Adventures of Robin Hood by
FOOT B A 1.1 j BASK BALX. RTOrUES.
Around the F.nd by R. H. Barbour.
Half Bar-k by R. if. Barbour.
Danny Klste by Waller Camp.
At the Home Tlnte by A. T. Dudley.
Following the Ball by A. T. Dudley.
On the richool Team by J. P. Karl,
r'raahaw Rmthera tiv A. 8. Pier.
Jester of BC Timothy's by A. 8. Pier.
Baby Elton. Quarter Back, by I W.
INDIAN AND WAR FTORIE8.
Horsemen of the Plains by J. H. Alt-
Last of the Chiefs by J. A. Altsheler.
For Kins or Country by James Barnes.
Uttlo Bi-tty Blew by James Barnes.
Juan and Juwnlta by V. C. Baylor.
Master of the Strong Hearts by 10. 8.
Qunnrr Aboard the "yankee' ny ituaseu
With the Indians in the Rockies by J.
Bob, the rianirrr. by Herbert Strang.
On Ouard y J. P. True.
HTORIK8 OF HOME LIFE.
Little Men by Louisa M. Alcott.
Little Women by lx)Ula M. Alcott.
Donald and Dorothy by M. M. Dodge.
Hans BHnker or the Silver Skates ry
M. M. Dodae.
Nelly's lillver Mine by It. H. Jackson.
Urn, a New England Hoy, by Noah
Daughter of the Rich y M. E, Waller.
IJttln Cltlsen by M. E. Waller.
Pollyanna by Mrs. E. H. Porter.
Jack llaaard by J. T. Trowbridge.
CARNATION BREAD IS
FORGING TO THE FRONT
About a year ago the manufacture of
a new bread named Carnation was started
by J. D. Crew of the Crew Grocery at
Thirty-third and Arbor streets.
The demand has been so big that a
couple of months ago Mr. Crew was
forced to build a large bakery and now
has one of the most sanitary and thor
oughly equipped bakeries In Omaha. Ills
force has been Increased from three to
nine people and two autos and two
wagons have been added to his delivery
ZERO WEATHER III
MOST 0FTHE STATE
Good Snowfall Also Comet to De
light the Hearts of the
WEATHER SOON CLEARED UP
According to the morning weather
reports to the railroads, the Mis
souri vslley, especially that portion
in the vicinity of Omaha, was the ba
nana belt of the central section of
the country Thursday and during the
atgbt. At no place in the valley, ac
cording to these reports, did the tem
perature touch eero, though out in
the state in many localities it went
far below, the night being recorded
as the coldest since last winter.
Bo far as Nebraska was concerned
Erlcson waa the banner spot for cold.
There during the night the mercury went
down to I degrees below sero, with Ci r-
tls. Madrid and Hldney reporting 4 telw.
It waa i below at Randolph, with numer
ous, plaeea reporting sero. Generally o it
In the slate the readings reported t
the railroads were i to II a1ove sero.
The weather out in the stile clears!
during the night and this morning every
where It was cloar. calm and cold. Dur
ing a greater portion of Wednesday snow
a as general over I ho state, accompanied
by some wind, but not enough so that
the drifting Interfered with traffic.
All along the Union Taclflc, from Fre
mont to beyond North Platte, the snow
fall ThuisdHy ranged from foi r to s x
Inches, making pretty fair sleighing. U,
through the Northwestern country, lnt
routh Dakota and out Into Wyomlnt
there was about the same amount o.'
snow, while south along the Burlington
lines It was a little Hunter, with a sthl
heavier fall through eastern t olorad
and northern Wanna.
Between Benkleman anS Denver the e
was eight to ten Inches of snuw an l
four to eight Inches over most of th i
St. Francis branch In Kansas.
THE BOWMAN AND OTHER LEG
ENDS FOR THE WAR. By Arthur
Maclien. O. P. Putnam's Hons. . rem.
"The Bowman and Other legends of t!ie
Warda bring a new element of contro
versy Into the curious huh tf su.c
naturallsm tiut has rc-cnily dc.elopel
regarding the battl -f rid if .oin. In tin
latter half of August, 1UN. An icejutit .1
given of the orUI: of 'Who Annr.a .'
Mons." Mr. Mai him s I U.o vj utu: ob
tains In all four lcRcnds. Aa the begin
ning of an Interesting ' iiiythou" th y v i
have a permanent pluce in tho I te.--ture
of the war.
THE GREAT WAR. 1 FIRST VOL I'M K
t A 18KB OF AND MOTIVES FOR. By
George 11. Allen. Ph. U. tllualraUu.
George 11. Barrio s Sons.
First of a series of non-partisan vol
umes, elaborately Illustrated, coveting all
phases of the war tn Europe. Dr. Allen
Is specially equipped for his task, hav
ing lived severs! years In Italy, Germany.
England and France, and having mado
tour Journeys Into Russia. His book Ii
an admirable analysis of alf the ciuscs
of the war. Including tha Pandora's Box
in the Balkans. Ex-President Taft offers
aome ideas of bis own in the introduc
tion. The military aspects of the war are
I to be treated In later volumes by -aptaln
nenrjr v. v Diieneaa or xne L nnea ciaic.
PUNCH CARTOONS OF THE GREAT
WAR. George H. Do ran Co. 11.60 net.
A collection of the most amusing or
pertinent of all the countless cartoons
that a inh has published sine the be
ginning of the war. Over S00 great cartoons.
rHE iattdlul lifi-hook
cj tkt ttaion. Just
foacAtaj littl dory
vtlh many a htari tut
tntny a tmllt in ttt pater
and Urn tpirlt ej ChiUmu
A. C McCUrg Ce, PufclLbtrs
THE FALL OF TSING-TAU. By Jef
ferson Jones. Houghton Mifflin Co.
A graphic account of reduction of th
groat German stronghold, written by the
only American civilian eye witness. In
cidentally the volume throws a flood of
light on the Intricate diplomatic situation
In the Far East, especially as It concerns
the United States.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR WAR. By Percy
Mackaye. The Macmlllan company to
Thle volume la an answer to those who
have maintained that the spiritual puri
fication of a nation la possible only
through warfare. It is one of the first
peaos books to suggest a definite aad
positive substitute for war and aa auch
It deserves tha serious consideration of
A MECHANISTIC VIEW OF WAR
AND PKACU. By Oeorge W. Crlle. The
MacMlUan company. Illustrated. Il.lt.
War as the surgeon seas it is the theme
of this book. Dr. Crlle was recently In.
charge of a hospital tn France. Ha here'
describes various phenomena that ha
noted among tha wounded and gives a
mechanistlo explanation not only of these
phenomena, but of war In general. In
terprets German eultur and Indicates
ways In which peace may be prompted. A
valuable feature of the book Is its record
of eases and experiences that cams di
rectly under Dr. Crlle's observation.
THE NEUTRALITY OF BELGIUM. By
Alexander Fuvhr. Funk & Wag-nails
company, tl to net.
The author makes three claims, which
have not heretofore been made thus care
fully for Americans to consider:
1. That Belgium was not neutral ter
ritory when the great war began had
not been for yeara.
I. That International law does not re
gard any treatlea binding on the eon
tractants when eondlttons have essen
t. That French troops entered Belgium
before the Oermana did.
COUNCIL BLUFFS GIRL HAS
ART DISPLAYAT FONTENELLE
An attractive display of china, water
colors and H1 painting done by a Council
Bluff girl. Miss Mildred Sperling, to on
exhibition at the Hotel Font.oelle. Hun-
dred of callers have marveled at tha art
and versetllty shown by this yountr
Artletio shine tiles, enameling on Bat
turns ehlna and other novelties are a
feature of the display. Warm admiration
has bean expressed for the ftrV of the
peasant girt In 'The Bong of th Lark."
"Rebecca at the Well," "Ruins ef Old
Heidelberg Castle" and other old usstei
pleces which Miss Sperling has dVniv in
vasts and on tiles.
In the water colors, MUs Spoiling has
done some very attractive things, iimnf
popples and other flowers, bull Uof s and
country scenes aa the tuuUt, ;
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