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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1916)
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BRIEF CITY NEWS
ToWBMBfl'B for port lair Ooo4s."
alttmora BUvor Elholm. Jtwert.
lighting Tlitnr. Burgess-Grandee.
avo Moot Frtnt St Now Beacon Pre.
"N "Twm.TUo" ahlnflM. Hiin-lerlBJKla.
Aato Ttr Chala, Ju. Morton Sen Co.
To borrow money on ren.1 estate, soa
J. H. Dumont & Co., Keellne Blilg.
"Todayl Bto-rl. T"ro grain" clasMftsd
MPtlon toriar. It appears In Tho Bo
KXCLUSlVKLr. Find out hat tha v.
rtooa moving picture theatara offer.
Fro party Carod TorTo rent property,
see J. H. Dumont ft Co.. KecUne Pldij.
Ao la Swiped M. C. Meoks, 2106
Farnam street, Informs the pellre that
hie aato waa stolen Wednesday evening
from In front of the Paxton hotel.
Xrtne U rinad Isadora Irvine drove
a heavy wagon across the lawn of Mrs.
I Bagel's home, 1506 north Twenty-sixth
street and because she objected he struck
her. Isadora was treated to a small fine.
Wood OOaa to Fan Deputy Marshal
E. J. Qtilnley look John K. Woods to
tba federal prison at Leavenworth to
aoi ' sentence of four years for vio
lation of the Mann act.
Cheap Bate for Samples A special
rata la In fore to foreign countries on
trade samples. Postmaster Wharton an
neunoea. Buch samples may be sent at
I cents for the first four ounces and 1
cent for each additional two ounces,
which la considerably less than the regu
lar parcel post charge.
Fotaab Company Incorporates The
American Fotash company of Omaha,
capitalised for Sin.oOO. haa been Incor
porated. Thorn aa IL McWIlllams, Arthur
E. Hull and George C Mclntyre are the
Hobby and Wlfey Qnarrel H. Weath
erly, colored, 711 Leavenworth street,
lnaped heavily upon his wife, Ada. who
Is white, and the two argued so heatedly
over the assault they were both arrested
and fined $36 and costs with suspended
Clark Associated with Brother In
making tho announcement of architects
the Board of Education referred to
"Frederick W. Clarke for the new Clif
ton Hill school." To have been correct
the board should have stated, "Freder
ick W. and Edwin B. Clarke." the latter
now being associated with his brother.
for Mrs. McLain on
r-uneraj services for Mrs. Mary Mcl.aln.
who died at Sioux Falls, a. D.. will be
held at the Trinity Methodist Episcopal
church. Twenty-first and Binney streets.
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev.
John F. Poucher will officiate. Friends
nre invited to the services at the church,
hut the Interment will be private at Tros
pect Hill cemetery.
Honorary pallbearers will be:
ravld Cole, K. A. Parmslee.
F. Weller, R. 8. Wilcox.
C. J,. Newell. lee L Hamlin.
Active pallbearers will be:
W. DcLAmatre, L.. A. Harmon,
harles A. Goss. A. E. Parmelee,
Willard Chambers, Albert Rose.
KUGEL'S HOME IS
USED AS HOSPITAL
Three Memben of Family of Police
Commissioner Are Stricken
with Scarlet Fever
CONNELL ORDERS COMPLAINTS
The home of City Commissioner
Kugel has been turned into a private
hospital, with three members of the
fmully now being attended for scar
let fever. On Monday Albert Fesa
ler, Mr. Kugel's young; nephew, was
taken down with the disease. On
Tuesday, Charles Kugel, 8-year-old
son, was stricken, and on Wednes
day, Mildred, 14-year-old daughter,
broke out. The commissioner lias
taken a room in a downtown hotel,
where he will remain during the
quarantine of his home.
Health Commissioner Connell ha di
rected Dr. MoCrann. his special as
sistant, to file In police court a com
plaint srsinet Mrs. Jones of 1503 South
Twenty-fifth avenue, chanting conceal
ment of a scarlet fever patlert. Winona
Jones, 11-year-olQ daughter, and an at
tendant of Park school. Dr. Oonnell
made this statement of the case: "Upon
advice from the school officials that one
of their nurses called at tho Jones home
twice and could not gain admittance. 1
sent Dr. McCrann to the house Wednes
day lo Investigate. He located the girl,
whoso hands were beginning to peel. In
dicating she had been suffering from
scarlet fever for several weeks. One re
port we received from tho house was
tliat the girl had been sent out of the
city. The girl has not been at school
for two weeks. Tlila Is a plain violation
of the ordinance. At a time like this
we must have the co-operation of cltl
sena as well as the school authorities."
The following new rases of scarlet
fever have been reported:
lister Harding, North Thirty-sixth.
C. Rosenthal. 4S12 Dodge.
Hootan, 1718 South Tenth (rear).
1M4 North Twenty-
Omaha Needs New
Union Depot, Says
West Farnam Forum
New officers were elected at the las
meeting of the West Farnam M n'i
forum In the auditorium of the old Mo
Cnhe Methodist church. Fortieth an I
John I.ews was nude rresldrnt, I.. I".
l'ostwtrk. vice president: W. W. Killc.
seeretarv. and H. IT. Thorpe, treasurer
F. D. Wead heads n special committee
to Investigate the proposed submission
of a bond Nsue for paved roads In the
county. The committee Is tn report at
I the meeting a week from next Tuesday
The need of a new tmlrn depot In
Omaha was taken up and dlsei.ssed with
much viror, ther" h' ing no opposition to
the orlnlon tl'at Omaha Is badly In ne.v!
of srch a structure and that the ral'road
owe It to the city to build one.
! The fori m Is also to b ok l-.ito the ltna
' tlon with regard to the prospo'-t of get
ting Interurhan service Into Omaha.
I.U-ht refreshments were served at t!ie
meeting, and the women who served the
refreshments were given an opportunity
to talk on some things they consider for
the good of Omaha.
VVIGG WRITES OF SUCCESS
OF EVANGELISTIC PARTY
Stuart C. Wigg ef Omaha, now ad
vance representative of Kvangellst
Charles 11. Orav, writes from Wlsner
that he party la meeting great success.
I V te.it ion have ntt'Mi.lril ; iv n-. n'v
from nriiilihoring tnwn and theie have
been nearly VX) trail hitters They pub
lish a "Tabernacle Itiilletln" o." two
pages, giving news of the i ampaign.
Tlev. Mr. Oray's musical director is W.
Henry Olllsson. known as Volly."
DE BOLT FOLKS TO TALK
ROAD BOND PROPOSITION
A nis n'eetins. n held Wcilm-sd.i y
evening In the Hpilngvllle school t o iee,
near De Holt station. A general dlariis
slon was held on the subject ef good
load". No formal action wis tikn ot
the bond proposition. Another metlni
will be held next Wednesday evening,
when an organisation will bo peifectc
anl further consideration given to 'h
Sam Conlelln. 1114 Arbor.
Mildred Monroe. Twenty-first and J.
Mullen, 41 North Peventeenth.
Winona Jones, 1B03 South Twenty-fifth
Frank Friend, WIS Webster.
Mildred and Charles Kugel, S24 Forest
Key to the Situation Bee Want Ads.
ALL MEAT PRICES MOVE UP
DURING LAST TWO WEEKS
Jake Rosoff, proprietor of the Empress
and Public markets, la patting himself
on the back these days at the foresight
he displayed In buying up an Immense
quantity of meat of all kinds before the
recent raise started. He now bag on
hand over 10,000 pounds of meat of all
kinds and he says he Is going to let the
public have the benefit of his foresight.
During the last two weeks pork loins
have raised from 11 to 1C cents a pound
wholesale, and both beef and mutton
have advanced about b cents a pound.
Offers Gold Prizes
for Seven Reasons
Twenty-five dollars In gold Is offered
by the Commercial club membership com
mittee to the man. woman or child who
will suggest the best seven reasons why
every business and professional man In
the rlty should be a member of the Com
This offer Is announced in connection
with the big movement started by the
new committee headed by I,, V. Nicholas
to rnse the membership to 2,0"0 In 1R10.
So the committee wants seven reasons
and la willing to pay for them. The
contest Is open to the round, round world.
The sevan-reaaons manuscripts must be
submitted to the Commercial club on or
before March 20. They should be sent
to "The Seven Reasons WhyT Commer
cial Club. Omaha, Neb.-'
Need Attention in March or Face
May Stay Covered.
Now la the time to take special oare
of the complexion If you wleh It to look
well the rest of the year. The March
winds have a strong tendency to bring
out frecklee that may stay all Summer
unless removed. Now la the time to use
othlne double strength.
Thla preacrlptlon for the removal of
freckles waa written by a prominent phy
sician and la usually so successful that
It Is sold by druggists under guarantee
to refund the money If It falls. Oet an
ounce of othlne double strength, and
even a few applications should show a
wonderful improvement, some of the
smaller freckles even vanishing entirely.
Thursday, March 9, 1916 Burgess-Nash Store News for Friday Phone Douglas 137.
J ; ; , -r-m ' " 1
Why Do You Make Your Own
"Ton cannot make them as cheaply a you can buy them, because you ami 1
cannot compete with the modern factory."
"They cut 250 dresses at one time they sow on 5,000 buttons a day with one
machine they work corded buttonholes that cannot rip, also by machine."
"You cannot sew a seam as evenly as the now machine that can make sixteen
stitches to the inch you cannot buy as good or as comfortable a pattern as this dress
was cut over."
"If you count your time for anything, you c;umot make a dress for twice what
I paid for this one."
Mina Taylor Dresses
are so atyllnh in
her time Mill try
to make a
so low in price 'i cttmly in aervlco that no woman Un value.
Iioukc clros when nh" caji liny one that is lietier at n lower price.
Do Not Bind
Mina Taylor Dresses at $1.00 and Up
Come in and we will convince you that you rannot afford to try to make your own dreaaea.
Thursday, March 9, 1916.-
Burgess-Nash Store News for Friday.
-Phone Douglas 137.
On Desirable Lots of Merchandise for Friday
Final Reduction on Blouses That
Were $5.95 to $8.50, Friday, $4.95
Baby Wk, Msroh Uth to 118th
Instructive Lectures to Mothers
By Prominent Omaha Specialists
In Connection With American Medical AanoclnUon.
Boy d's Theater, Daily 11a. m.
Monday, March 18th
Tueaday, March 14th
Wednesday, March 15th
Thnmday, March Iflth
Owing to the neatlng rapacity, it has been nec-essitrj to Ihs ic
tickets for each lecture. Theae may be obtained free of charge In
our Baby Corner, Second Floor.
BIX18108 of sheer filet mehbes, shadow, Turkish ami
radium lace and net with Vermicelli Flitching, nindo
orer flesh and white chirfon high and low collars in 1
lone sleeves. Ten styles to select from, ttlounen we of
fered earlier In the season t ! !&, $fi.5i nnd $8.iii.
Barf Mi.Ruh Co. Soon4 floor.
Two Big Lots of Silk Rem
nants Friday at 39c and 49c
Drugs and Toilets
Jap Hose Soap,
I) a g f e t t &
cream, 60c size,
for .... 8Ho
soap, cake. . 13c
poo, 50c Rite,
Paste, large size
special at 2(c
Ij I a t erlne, 60c
S a I Hepatlca,
50c sire . . .2o
8-oz. bottle Bay
Ammonia . . 13c
1 Oc Crepe Toilet
Paper, 4 rolls
Pure C a 1 1 1 a
Soap, In carton,
Sorroaa-sTasb Oo. KaXn Hoot.
Peri Lusta Crochet
Cotton Red uc ed
CROCHET cotton, Perl I.usia
brand: white, ecru, sax blue.
1, spool . .
3, spool , .
6, spool. .
10, spool. .
20, spool . .
yellow, pink and
lf.0. SIMlOl .
9 70, spool.
Ho 80, spool.
Burr.as-irs.sh Oo tldrt Floor.
EVKRY yard good deairable merchandise the season's b Bt r.cl
weaves, colorings and patterns.
Remnants of Silks That Were
To 89c, Friday, the Yard, 39c.
Te lengths are from one to five yards and include such splen
did silka aa
24-Inch Striped Messallnes.
19-lnch Plain Meeaallnes.
19-Inch Plain Taffetas.
24-Inch Fancy foulards.
3C-lnch Colored Bllka and Cotton Crepe de t hine.
3fi-Inrh Colored Moire Silks.
Remnants of Silks That Were
to $1.25, Friday, the Yard, 49c.
lengths from 1H to 8 yards, and Include such silks aa
.16-lnch Plain Mesaallnea. " Af-. f4-lnch Striped Poplins,
3G-!nch Striped Meaaaltnea. riC i 24-lnch Plain Messallnes.
24-Inch Foulard 8llks. J TAJMD (.24 and 27-Inch Fancy Silk.
Wool Skirt Patterns, $1.00 Each.
4 2-lnch Wool, black and white, shepherd checks, (1 f(
il Friday. t ovrvr
JS-yd. lengths. Special
BorreM-sTaeh Oe, .- Mala
Final Clearaway of Women'sWinter
Coats Friday at $1.95 and $2.95
Coats that were 4 I Ooiti tlit wr nQC
:.00 and 4.00. Fri- $ ifD $fl.00 and 8.00. FH- iJO
day. I day
There is but a limited number of coata in the offering. Including
medium weight material suitable for immediate wear. In plalda, tnecki
and fancy materials. Sport coata, medium and full length coats. Tho
assortment Includes all else. BarfMs-VMli Co. aamat.
Final Reduction Friday on Women's
UNION SUITS, Vests and Pants
LEAKING the decks of all odd lots and broken assort
Women's and Children's Underwear
That Was 45c to 75c, Friday, 33c.
Women's soiled union ulta, were 69c,
Women's soiled union auita, were 7 60,
Women's soiled union suits, wore 66c
Women's wiled vesta that were 69c,
Women's soiled pants that were 6B0,
Women's black union suits, were 69c,
Women's union suits that were 49c.
rhiirtrpn's soiled union suits, were 600,
Infants 25c Cashmere Hose, 10c.
Lot of infants' cashmere hose, in pink and blue, were 1 ftp
c. Cleat away price Friday, pair M.J
Bnryw-Wasn Oo. n..m.n.
Satin or Satin and Straw
Trimmed Hats to $5.00 for $1
A BIG Friday disposal of trimmed hats at a rldlci
rriM 8atin or satin and straw hats trimmed
f r.rt wnvs. with ribbons and Spring flower
and colors at SRi.lNI.
New Spring Flowers, 15c to 35c
Roses, pretty noaegays. pan tie wreaths, etc.; wide eeloction.
Xnu-y s-Hxh Oo. slfco.m.nt.
Mis -Matched Pajamas That Were
$2.00 to $2.50 Per Suit, Friday 89c
fi, Al'L.TLESS' brand, made from ends of pieces where there la not
r enough material for an entire eult. The usual $3.00 and 12.60
suits, at 89. . M,
Men s ouc snins, at ivc.
Soiled and mussed, neck band and work shirts, were 60c
each, lOt. Mea,s Uni()n SuitS at 59(.
Soiled, mussed, odd lot and broken lines of men's union suits,
two-thread fcnd fleece lined, garment. 590.
Men's Two-Piece Underwear, 25c.
Medium and heavy weight, white or ecru color, odd sizes and
soiled, garment, 25. , , . . nn
Men's Hose at 12 Pairs for $1.00.
Hlack and gray wool and caahmere hose, all sites, usual 2 5c kind.
Friday. 12 pairs, Sl.OO. Bnrg -Was. Coas.mt.
Clearaway of Winter and Early
Spring Styles of Women's SHOES
PI TT1MJ 1lV.r Shoe Department in order for the new
Women's $3.50 Shoes, at $1.45.
Women's patent, gun metal, kid. tan and black, bronie, but-
d lace high shoes; worth to ja.oo. q j
Women's $5.00 Shoes, at $2.45.
I 4 OWomen's patent kid. vicl kid and tan Russia cau. styles rrorn
LtUl tonr second floor section; not a
I 4 1
LUt A ton an
Friday, per pal
not a pair worth less PO AtZ
Friday, per pair V" -
Boys' Shoes, at $1.49 and $1.09.
I Q Boys' tough black calf tkln blucher cut. solid leather solea,
JUUt Ufor play and school wear. I
91.40. S1ea 1 to Btt. per pair.,
Women's 75c Rubbers, 39c.
Women's extra quality storm rub
bers, all sites, the 76c kind, OA
Sites 9 to 18 V4 at
Clearaway of Lingerie and Chiffon
Waists Were to $1,95, Friday 39c
A LARGE assortment of lingerie waists In plain and embroidered
voiles, organdy and batiste with lace and embroidery AA
trimmings. High and low collars, long sleeves, all sites, U -e
34 to 46; also waists of colored chiffon In suit shades, aj
Many styles to select from; a limited quantity, at
Waists That Were to $5.00, at 69c.
An odd lot of rrepe de chine, lace, measallne and chiffon walvi
are Included In thla sale. WsisU that regularly sold up to $6.00; u!l
sizes, but not every site in every style. Choice, 69.
Corsets Were to $5.00, at $1.00
IN thla lot there are models of every site, suited for all -
figures, high, medium low and topless; they are all
clean, but broken lines and samples; were to $5.00 a
bargain that cannot be duplicated. Special for this sale,
while the lot laats, 91.00.
Clearaway of Children's COATS
That Were $3.98, Friday at 50c
A LIMITED number of children's coats, for ages 2 to 6
years, that were formerly priced to $3.98, Friday at. .
Women's 50c to 59c Gowns, 39c.
Women's and children's flannelette gowns that were
60c and Cc. Friday at
Women's $1.98 Dressing Sacques, 50c.
Eiderdown dressing sacques, assorted shades, were
$1.98. Clearaway price
Women's $1.75 Sweaters, 98a
Ixt of women's sweaters that were soiled and have
been cleaned; the usual $1.75 kind, for
Bury -Wash Oo aaa.meat.
$1.00 Hand Bags, Friday at 59c
A Bit) lot of leather hand bags, fancy metal or leather
covered frames, silk and leather lined; tome have
four fittings, all have coin purse and mirror; also a amal
quantity of fitted party boxes; all worth $1.00, at f9
Bargoaa-Masa Co. Bas.m.mi.
10c Baby and Outing Flannels, 72C
WHITE baby flannel, fancy and check outing flannel;
the regular 10c grade, yard
50c Wool Tennis Flannel, 18c.
Striped wool tennis flannel, 50c quality, for making
outing dresses, coats, etc., yard
12Vc Comfort Cretonnes, at 7 Mo.
I.en.nantt of 36-Inch Comfort Cretonnes, fancy floral
and f.'gii'ed designs; fant colors: 12 He kind, yard I 2 C
$2.00 Plaid Blankets, at $1.50.
Fancy y.rtj plaid douM bed blankets, soft, fleecy, &1 r-"
firmly woven, pair J1UU
$5.00 Plush Auto Robes, $3.98.
the $.'.00 grade, at
Genuine Chase plush two passenger auto robes, tf0 ftp
FRIDAY MORNING 8:30 TO 12.
Odd lots and short lengths of various grades, black mercer
Ized saline, bleached muslin, mercerired pongee, pillow tublnp,
curtain scrim, fancy figured silkollnes, etc.; all In one O 1 n
special lot, at, yard OgC
Feather Pillows, at 29c.
All pure feather filled pillows, A. C. D. and art tick
covering; worth double. Each
$1.00 Beacon Baby Blankets, 45c.
Hundreds of slightly soiled Beacon baby blankets and AtZn
comforters; blue, pink and white; values up to $1.00, at. . . . tuC
8V2C Unbleached Muslin, at 5c.
Good quality 36-Inch unbleached muslin, remnants of f
the regular 8 He grade. Yard JC
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, 1:30 TO" 6.
Remnants of genuine 27-inch fancy Red Seal tephyrs. short
lengths that are easily matched for boys' waists, girls' ?
school dresses, aprons, etc. Yard , O C
Burta-To Oo. Bx.rn.nt.
Burroas-alMli Co. 4m.bi.uV.
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