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X NAUGHT FOR MR. M'NOWN
H. A. McNown. $223 Caaa strret. haa
oma misgivings about tha truth of 1h
old saying. "An ounce of jrvantlon la
worth a pound of cura." On Thursday
Ha t-ycar-old aon atrlikon with
Scarlet fever. In tha fare of the pre-
rautlon he arid his lfe ohsrrvrd xini-o
licfore t'hriatinaa lie 1 In) t. hrliove
there la no earapiiiK thp ili.oar, no mat
ter how rnrrful ono nmv br
"We krpt our two other hildrcn hme
from school since the Chria'tmia holl
daya. neither mvarlf nnr wife have at
teiuled any public place, we hnve not
even vlaltrd a nctiihoor, I have ridden
on the platforms of street cats, and if
there Is any other precaution we have
overlooked 1 would like to know of It."
remarked Mr. McNown.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR
FRANK JOHNSTON HELD
Membera of the Mnicrn Woodmen of
America and the Am-I.mt' Order of t'nlterl
Workmen and nianv other friends at
tended the funeral f Frank Johnston
Friday morning at ft o'clock at St. Mary's
church. South Side. Pnrlal was In St.
Mary's cemetery. Mr. Johnston died
Tuesday afternoon following an lllnesa
which began five months ago. He under
went an operation for appendicitis at
that tlirj. hut never recoered. Me was
a member of the tmo lodgea represented
at the funeral, and Is survived by a
daughter. Mrs. A. R. Carlson of Orand
DR. BANISTER APPROVES
INSPECTION IN SCHOOLS
' Tlie Commercial club ahould lend Ita
henrty co-operation to the antl-aplttlng
campaign." declared Pr. 3. M. Panlster,
formerly a surgeon In the t'nlted Btatea
army and now practicing In Omaha, be-
fore the public health and hospital com
mittee of the Commercial cluh at noon.
Ir. Hanlster also placed the stamp of
approval on school Inmeetlon aa a pre
ventive of epldemlca of contnglnua dla
eases. "If the school Inspection had been
In force last Septem' er." aald Pr. Han
Ister. "there would be no acarlet fever
epidemic In Omaha now."
Ktf t the Situation Pee Want Ads.
Ilrrntton Haite Manaser.
The fnlunibtia cl'ih of the Smith At
lant'c league hna appointed Third Hase
mar Harden tlerndon aa team nianascr
to auereed James I'. l"o.
Friday, March 3, 1916.-
-BURGESS NASH STORE NEWS FOR SATURDAY-
-Phone Douglas 137.
The Third Day
of Our Spring
Saturday, the third day of this
spring opening week of Millinery
sees the arrival of many Hats not
shown before. The great crowds
who attended the first two day
will therefore in no way spoil th
attractions for those who could noi
r JFf3sW aa.
collection of modest Hats
bought especially for an oc
casion from those millinery de
signers whose names represent
the highest ability of the art.
A few of the names are Lieh
tenstein, Moorehead & Jardine,
Clairville, Gage and Fisk.
II a t s
si m i 1 a r
special 1 y
e f f e c t s
Never before has an "Open
ing" in this store seen a more
complete and worthier collec
tion of less expensive Hats
than this spring event of 1916
A Black Mi
with a perky
ing its own
at the back
It is in this collection that the
influence of the more expen
sive Hats is felt. With Biich ex
amples what else could the less
expensive Hats be but replicas
of the chic and charm which
attracts you in those exclusive
Forward, March!---Spring Is on the Way
Saturday Musical Hour
Cricket Room4 to 5 P. M.
, Miss Violet Carlson ropular Sttngs
Program by Mr , ponar(J Rodgerg pa
These Musicals are proving very popular affording a pleasant Hour
which friends may spend together, entertained by the beat muslo and
served with a dainty luncheon or light refreshments.
Hurf raa-Naah Co. Cricket Room. Main Floor.
Special Saturday Evening
Cricket Room 5:30 to 8:30
AppetliltiR foods, i-ookit horn style
and arrvrtl In a dainty nay.
SlufTi-il i illves
Honet Uil of Heef
nroan rotntnra l.lma nan
Asoatasua T'pa Ralart
Apple I'll, mid I'hrrs.
Vanlla Nut Sundae .
Co (Tee, T or Mitk
BariMi Naah ( a. Cricket Kmm,
The New Blouses for Spring
$3.95, $5.00, $5.95, $6.50 to $10.00
ARRIVING by scores to find instant favor with those who
desire an always newer mode
Materials Are Colorings Are
Georgette Crepe !,a Jers
Crepe de Chine Radium Flesh Gray
Pussy Willow Voile Bisque Nile
New sleeves, new collars, new trimming touches. Charm and service
combined In these blouses at such moderate prices.
Burgeaa-Naah Co. Serand Floor.
Women's Black Silk Lisle HOSE
Featured for Saturday, the Pair 35c
AN unusual value one that will bring fourth a generous response.
Women's black silk lisle hose, full fashioned; regular made, an ex
Boys' and Girls' Hose, at 16c
Another remarkable value for Saturday, Boys' and Girls' black cotton
or silk lisle hose, full seamless and ribbed.
nurrraa-Xaah Co. Main Floor.
"Wirthmor Waists" Saturday $1.00
Always Worth More In Basement
THAT we do make a feature of the "Wirthmor Waist" at $1.00 is true,
as is very evident from the unusual values always to be found in'
these waists at $1.00. Their frequent arrival insures the latest and most
wanted styles their materials and workmanship are so satisfactory that
It is real economy to have several in your wardrobe, "Wirthmor Waists"
Bold here exclusively.
Bnrgeas-Naah Company Itaa.ni.nt.
Ever Ready Safety Razors Complete
With 12 Blades Sat, at, 75c
JpVERYBODY knows the "Ever-Ready"
Safety Razor, the nationally advertised ra
zor. Selling regularly at $1.00. Self-adjusting,
instantly ready. Easily cleaned, mechanically
perfect. Rust-proof, sanitary, guaranteed for
life. SDecial Saturday conmlete with 12 blades
DON'T fall to enter your name
aa a participant In the BIRD
HOUSE CONTEST. $42.60 In
prlea, full particulars In the sport
ing goods section.
Ita nim-Vth 1'n. I?inrth Floor.
CandyJS p e c i a I s
IT'S pure that's sure" If it
comes from nurgess-Nash.
Chocolates, fresh made, whipped
cream centers, lb., 35c.
Caramels, fresh made, maple
covered, lb., 25c.
Bo.r-fiMi-Kh Co TrtfliM W oam .
VIOLETS at 15c
FRESH Violets, large bunches
Saturday, at 15c. Tulips. Sweet
Peas, Roses, Carnations, etc., at
Barg-nia-N'aah Co. Main Floor.
Women's UNION SUITS at 50c
F1NE3 white cotton Union Suits for women, knee length and finished
with band tops.
Women's White Cotton Vests, 17o
Low neck and sleeveless styles, shaped to the waist, cuff knee panta
to match; unusual values.
Women's White Cotton Vests, lOo
Remarkable values, white cotton, low neck and sleeveless, full taped.
nnrcmw-Nsah Co. Main Floor.
At $25.00, $29.50 and $35.00
STEClAIi showing of Spring suits in Misses' and
Women's Rizes, made of gahnrdine, poplin,
hlack and white checks, taffetas, mannish serge and
checked wool velours. The styles includo the belt
ed effects, showing the new norfolk style with
trimmings of taffeta, buttons and suede, much in
vogue this season.
The Spring Dresses ,
at $19.50 to $39.50
New Spring dresses in taffeta and Georgette
combination, charmeuse, crepe de chine, striped
Rilks with Georgette crepe combinations, crepe de
chine with taffeta combinations. These dresses
embody all of the new Spring features. The col
lars are varied high or low being correct. The
waists are more fitted and the skirts wider; new
sleeves and revers; tunic style skirt, many are
tiered and ruffled; draperies appear on some of
the skirts." They are shown in new pastel shades,
navy and black. Prices ranging from $19.&0 to
. Bargwaa-Kaah Co. S.oand Floor,
Burcaa-Kaah Co. Main Floor.
Piano Music, 25c
ARISTOKRAT player music is
good in arrangement, perfect
cutting and will play an 88 note
player piano, the rolls are eleven
feet long and the assortment em
braces all the very latest selec
tions. Burrraa-Xaah Co. Fourth Floor.
Roller Skates, $1.39
ADJUSTABLE roller skates for
boys or girls, ballbearing
style, very substantially made and
Burrrsa-Naah Co. Fourth Floor.
BOOKS at 17c
A RELEASED lot of popular fic
tion, embracing a very desir
able list of good reading. Special
Saturday at 17c per copy.
Ilurini-Xuli Co. Fourth Floor.
The New Neck
Fixin's, 50c to $1
THE newest Ideas that lend life
to the old blouses or suit
Large dlrectolre collars of Georg
ette Crepe and Organdy; colored
organdy collar, vestees and sets. In
new shades of rose, pink and blue.
Neckwear, 25c to 50o
Vestees, collars, collar and cuff
sets, etc., in a variety of pretty
effects. New VeilS( $100
Silk lace and net veils, big line
Burgraa-Xaah Cm. Main Floor.
Crepe Kimonos, $1
ANEW collection ' that has just
arrived, floral patterns, in
gray, navy, Copenhagen blue and
Bungalow Aprons, 50c
Splendidly made in light or dark
colors; also open in front styles,
full belt. HonrM.-Na.il Co. Nmad n
Specials in Drugs and Toilet Goods
Paste, 50c size,
Ray Rum... 35c
8-oz. jar Green
Soap, for sham
Paste, .10c, 20c
R a m s d e 1 1 ' s
Cold Cream, 26c
I'ockf t Nail
Sage and Sul
ing Soap . . ,3c
Paste, 25c size
cum powder, 12c
1 qt. Beef, Wine
and Iron..., 79c
Sal Hepatic a,
60c size . . . .33c
Sjrup of Figs,
50c size . , . 134c
Barf eM-N.ah ('.
J ad Suits, 75c
ed Milk, 60c
size . .' 34c
Lee's G e r m o
zone, 60c size
1 lot high grade
$3.25 vals. $1.89
3 qt. combina
tion Hot Water
2 qt. Hot Water
guarantee . 95c
and Water Bot
tle, 1-year writ
Iarge bar pure
Castile Soap 49c
Paper, 10c val
ue, 4 rolls.. 26c
Paper, 6c value,
7 rolls 25c
Clearaway of Women's Boots That
Were $6.00 Sat. $4.85
FIVE new models of colored kid
skin, black and bine Velose with
patent and dull kid trimming, hand
welt soles, leather Louis Cuban heels.
$6.00 values, Saturday only, for $4.85.
Shoes for Boys, Girls and Misses
Dupan and Hudson Iron-Clad shoes
for misses and children, Aldens and
our own special shoes for boys None
HurftM-Na.il Co. Second Moor.
A Remarkable Clearaway of
Jewelry Novelties Saturday
GROUPINGS of novelty Jewelry offered to you In most cases at but
a fraction of the original price. For Instance:
Hat Pins, 2 for 5o
Made of genuine rose petals,
sale prioe 2 for 6c.
$1.60 Gold ruled Lockets, 48o
Fine gold filled lockets, plain,
engraved and stone set; values
up to 1.60, at 48o.
$1.00 Vanity Cases, 30o
German silver vanity caaes, French
gray finish, place Inside for coins, pow
der puff and mirror; were 11.00, at S9o.
60c Coin Purses, 28o
Genuine gun metal mesh coin purses;
were 60c, for 28c
$1.00 Silver Pendants, S8o
Fine sterling silver pendants, set with white
stones or large single atone settings; also
cluster effects, fine soldered link, sterling all-
were to fl.00, at 38c.
50o Tie Clasps, 14o
Men's tie clasps, fine gold
plated, bright or green finish;
also sterling sliver enameled and
pearl; were to 60c, at 14c.
60o Pearl Beads, 38o
Fine French wax filled pearl
beads, barrel clasp; were 60c,
25c to 60c Chatelaine Pins, 14c
Sterling sliver and enamel
chatelaine pins; were 25c to 60c,
$1.00 Sterling Kings, 10c
Sterling silver finger rings,
with large stone settings; were
to $1.00, at 19c.
25c Cuff Pins, 5c
Gold plated cuff pins, assorted
styles; were to 25c, at 6c
50c Cuff Links, 18c
Men's gold plated stone set
cuff links;, were to 60c, at 18c.
$1.60 Gold Pendants, 88c
Fine 10-kt. solid gold pendants,
stone set, fine soldered link, gold
filled chain; were $1.50 to $2.00,
50c Bar Pins, 10c
Fine hard enamel and cloisonne
bar pins; were 25c and 60c, at 10c.
50c Brooches, 18o
One lot assorted brooches,
stone set, silver circle pins;
brooches are oxidised silver or
gold finished; were to 60c, at 18c.
25c Scarf Pins, lOo
' Men's gold plated scarf pins,
many pretty patterns; were. 26c,
25o Hat Pins, 5o
An odd lot; were to 25c, at 6c.
50c Ear Rings, 5c
An odd lot of sample French
ear rings, drop loop and button
styles; were to 50c, at 6o.
linrftM-Nuh Co. Itaarra.nt.
New Trimmed Hats, $4,50
That Are the Usual $7.50 Kind
WE consider them wonderful values. The offering embraces large
black sailors, small trlcornn; some With facings, others trim
med with flowers and ribbons, Milan bemps, lisle and Cfl
8 :30 to 12.
We offer a limited number of
smartly trimmed hats in com
binations of satin and braid,
black and colors, large and small
shapes, trimmed with flowers,
fancy feathers and ribbons;
were to $3.98, for
New Untrimmed Shapes
Every Imaginable shape and
color, In all the best braids; ac
tual values, J i in
Spring Flowers, 10c
For trimming purposes, a great
profusion from which to select,
at 1o. ' '
Burgess-Nash Trimming Service Free.
Women's and Misses' Spring Coats
$15, $19.50, $25, $35 and Up
A CHOICE neleetion now showing the smartest styles
brought out for Spring wear. Sport eoats, eoats for mo
toring, utility coats, eoats of serges, poplins, Seoteh tweeds,
Poivet twills and gabardines. All sires.
rtanroaa-Naah Co. Sorond Floor.
The New Stetsons Are Here
NI) now conies the time when the somber winter derby
must surrender to the new "Toppers." If ever the
house of Stetson outdid itself, it's in the new Spring hats. We're
Particularly directing your attention to the "Nobby,"
"Feature Hat," "The Pace Maker" and "League." Prices
range from $3.50 to $10.00.
Men and Boys' new Spring caps.
Ttarrooa-Naah C. Fourth Floor. - .
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Men's Four -in-Hand Neck
wear, Usually $1.00, at 65c
CLEARAWAY sale of high grade neckwear Saturday. "Odd"
lots and short ends of silks made in a little smaller shape,
sale price, 65c.
Men's $1.50 Gloves at 65c
Final clean up of men's cape goat skin gloves, all aises, but an extra
quantity in the small and large slses. They are worth $1.50 per pair,
ale price, 6Sc
Harrison's fabrlo glorei, underslses, browns, grays, tans, etc.; extra
values, sale price, 39c.
Men's Flannel Shirts, $1.45
Final clearaway sale of men's heavy flannel shirts; were to $2.50,
extra strong on the medium slses, no large slses, sale price, $1.45.
Men's outing flannel pajamas, broken lines were to $2.60, sale
Men's Cotton Union Suits, $1.45
Chalmer's heavy cotton two-thread union suits, cloaod crotch, full
alie, ecru color only, long combed Egyptian cotton, tine and soft; sale
Braa Hmmk Mala Flaa.
What Do You Expect in a
PUT your expectations high
when you come to see the
Suits we specially price at $25.
Expect everything that will
mean satisfaction to you, and
above all, a Uurgess-Nash recep
tion, which means genuine serv
ice when you buy and money
back cheerfully if you're not
All the new style features are
shown, every garment strictly
hand-tailored throughout to con
form with the
of quality which means the best pos
sible at the price.
New double breasted, 8 button, soft
roll collar, high waist line.
New i'lnch bark, Vt belled waist
line, plain or slide pockets. Very dis
tinctive our own creation.
New one, two and three-button
sacks, form tracing, well defined lines,
semi box back or long vent. ;
Other Suits $13.65 to $40.00
The New Top Coats
for Men and Young Men at $25.00
Kvery shape that is new from the form-fitting field back to the nar
row shoulders, swagger box, plain or fancy.
Other Top Coats $13.65 to $40.00
Bortna-Nwh C PMrth FWr.
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