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T1IK OMAHA SUNDAY BKE : AUGUST (5. 1016.
X ANTE ROOM ECHOES
Commercial Camp of Woodmen
of World Will Hold Annual
Picnic at Manawa.
FEWER MEETS IN AUGUST
The annual picnic given hy Com
riercul l 'amp No. 478, V. O ,
tn its members, will be held Thursday
:utnninin ami evening. August 1"tb,;
ai Manawa Amusement park, Mana- j
w,. A iic-cial eonimittre, coiKiMnip
of the fnilowing inembers, (iiinlon :
Sander, chairman; I.. K. Wwktrk. (". 1
11 Dunham, Richard Jepnen, U. R. '
Swanson, Joseph Merrit. A. V. 1
Schnoor, I'aul (Jutland, and l;red 1
Uogers, will have charge of the cu- J
In tainment features. !
Robin Hood No. 30, will meet on!
Monday evening, at Woodmen of tin
World ball. Mam street. Florence.
Since the consolidation of all Wood
craft in Florence, a new inspiration
has seized the membership and Robin
promises to he one of the live camps
in I Jouglas eountq.
I'oniixtouski No 48J. will meet this
afternoon at 1 p. in., at Pulaski hall.
Thirty -third ai.d I . streets. South
The big meeting of the month for
l olutnbus tamp No. o'V. will be held
today noon at I'rague hotel, I lih -tceiuh
and William streets. This
will be a joint work and business
South Omaha No. MI, rccentU or
ganized a drill team for active work
in the initiatory service and has elec
ted Lieutenant loin Kirshner. cap
tain. His departure for the Mexican
border was a keen disappointment to
the membership a his skill and ex
perience in military affairs was to
have been fully utilized in making
this drill team a credit to the camp.
Ziskuz Pab No. 115. will meet on
Sunday morning, August o, at 10:.!0 a.
in. at Turner hall. Twenty-first and l;
streets. South Side. Frank Keuak, the
clerk and deputy fin the camp, prom
ises some entertainment and light re
freshments. Endorse Fraser.
The following resolution was by!
Sovereign Adviser Jewell ol the
Woodmen and adopted unanimously
by rising ole :
ih of Hi.-
M.rl.tv hi Mi., low. -si ...-M.t M. mnl thi-
i .-i .H..1 suri'oM -if lis in.-ml'-thii. ,
Tin-rvforr. He tt Koh r.l, 'rii.it we ,
litM! illv .ii.lnt'M' the ml mi nt.it i' i inn of our
mti'I)!ii i umirifuiilf r nml her-'l-v iiIolK'1 '
hi ii i l-i. 1m Mmilh Hinl i-.'Ilo. ih . I tur nil-
'Hi.ihOr.l Mi.irt i
Woodman Circle. J
W. A. I'raser, drove No. 1, Wood
man l ircle, will hold its regular meet
ing on the seventh floor of the Wood
met i of World building Tuesday eve
ning, number of the supreme of
ficers of the lodge will be present and
a number of important matters are I
due to come up. 1
Brotherhood .American Yeomen.
On last Wednesday evening, Home-;
stead No. 1404 held a business meet- ,
ing in its hall in Labor Temple. The
candidates were obligated instead 1
of being initiated, owing to the hot
weather, and the tact that many of 1
the degree team were out of town :
on their vacation.
There will be tin nie( ting on the
second and fourib Wednesday nights
ot this month. On the third Wednes
day night there will be a short busi
ness meeting. The tilth Wednesday
night of the mouth will be given up
to the .drill team for practice.
The next initiation will be the first i
Wednesday of September, at which
time all the degree team will have
returned, as well .is (he diMiiet mana
ger, William Host w ick.
Goes to Convention.
Thomas K. Germ left Friday run
ing for Petroit. Midi , to attend the
special comentioti ot the Maccabees,
w huh will convene in I bat t it , n
gust 7. The special convention is
called for the purpose ot changing
the law s to atfoi d the fullest prolec
tion to those nietnhets Vlio ,ne eu
gaged in the set v ice ot then i oun
try. Mi. tietin w the delegate horn
the slate ot Nelnaska.
Ice Cream Social.
The Women's uili.ov t the t .n
peuter's local union will give ;ni iee
t ream social Wedncs.lav evening on
the lawn of the home of Mis F H.
k ingsbui y, I SJ,i I )oi i as
Tribe of Hen Hur.
Mecca court No. I.i. w dl give a
musical and litei ai v prog i am at .in
open meeting Thursday evening, Ah
gust 10. Alter the progi.uu. the
evening will be spent m dancing and
on August 17 w ill ha e a dancing
party at the Hauscom park pavilon,
a basket picnic m the atlernooii.
Fraternal Aid Union.
Mondaiuin Lodge No. Ill, of
the Fraternal Aid union meets evei v
Friday evening at the Labor temple.
Nineteenth and Farnam sheets. They
now have prize contest on tor all
The Florence Faglcs held their
memorial services tor their dead at
Hensiiu last Sunday afternoon. It
was held there this year because the
llenioii aerie joined with b loi ence last
year and held the service there Rev,
t'alvert ol the Methodist church de
livered the principal addi ess,
Queen Mary Lodge.
The regular meeting ol 'Jneen Mat v
lodge, No. Jl, Daughters of St.
tieorge, will be held Wednesday al
tet noon, August at J o'clock at
Hat ight's hall. Nineteenth and Far
Sons of St. George.
Shakespeare lodge, No. 5.', Sons ol
St, tboie.c. will hold its regular meet
tug Wcdtiesdac evening ai S o' lock
at i!atigln's hail, Nineteenth and bar
Modern Woodmen of America.
The S.OllO meiubei s ol the Modem
oodmen of 'iuei ica and Royal
: etghbois 1. 1 iiirn.t ol the Secoml
; ( oiigiessioti.il distiict will gathci .11
Lellc ue Satin d.i . August , im
1 1 1 o n annual ucnic and ouiug. 1 hey
' I'.iv e ei cctnl a dam nig plat loi in
! .onorg (he tiees 4 b Ml teel in s.e.
! w here their 1 1 tends can dance 1 1 re
until I I . ' m I hey have m i uied
tietMge (ticeu's band loi tlie im.iMnii.
I he ball game will be tu the allei
noon, 11. and M. coinp No. 'Ms aganisi
lb Ih v tu I beie will be i a. es and
! games ot all kinds. 1 he old ineti v
go-ioiinit tor the kiddies, wood chop
! pers' contest for llie men. I'ltere will
: be oodmen in unilorm. especially to
I entertain the women. Nothing will
I be left undone to make this the best
I picnic ever.
Magnolia camp No. IS.U. held a
cry enthusiastic meeting August 1.
i Se eral apphcal ions w ei e pi e sen ted
j u hu h looks good lot hot w eat hei .
i The camp is making great prepat a
j lions for the big meeting September
j l'. At that time they w ill cnlcrlain
the camps of I'ougl.is eoimt. Na
I tional lecturer. Fddir Umus will be
present on that date.
I Leech i amp No, 1454. regardless of
j the beat, had a large attendance Fri
day, August 1. I M . rseyiin ur r leliK,
Herman Helmet and Herold Labovitz
were mil la ted into the in stei ie ot
Woodcjait. Dr. A. IV Overgaid has
tra list erred from Fremont to this
camp, w h it h now makes him a full
fledged Oiiiahan, as all inembers re
siding in the city should, as anything
that boosts the camps here is a boost
for Omaha. The tamp voted to keep
the members on the bonier in good '
standing, and also (o send a supply of.
smoking tobacco to soothe their I
Major ('. . Hawes, former head;
clerk ol the organization, w ho re-1
turned recently on account of his ad-!
vauced age, died ai his home in Rock
I sland. 1 11., on Friday 1 nt it mines
due to accumulated ycais, caused his
death. Major 1 1 awes was one of the
best lov ed men in oodv rait, and
will be mourned bv all his ticiglihoi s
Cool Rockies Arc Hill
Of People trom Plains
hiank Wallets, geueial inaiiagei ol
the Noi thvv cstei n. i etui lied I' r ulav
evening with his l.nml v 1 1 m
a thiee weeks' v., nation nip in the
Yclluu slonr p. ok i Ml ii t ( . Mr. Wa!
leis sa s .ill the Km i,v mount. on
couiMiy ts lull ot people enn-jug the
cool weathei .
"TELEPHONE 1614 DOUGLAS"
Latest Styles in
Wl-;pHN(i Invitations, Hirth Annminpe
menl.s, llusini's.n and Vinitinp cards.
Our newly rniai-;nl Print imr Department
offers tin- lu-t wnrl; at lowest price.
Quick, satisfactory nervice.
At Reduced Prices
An opportunity to buy
with care a first class
refrigerator, and at the
same time spend much
less than ordinarily.
Final Clean-up of "Sani
tor" High Grade Porce
lain Lined Refrigerators.
$35.00 Three Door Side
Icing Type, 150-pound
$30.00 Top Icing Style,
$50.00 Side Icing Four
Door Type, at $40.00
The entire line on sale
at greatly reduced
prices. The above are
only a few to give you
an idea of the bargains
Fruit Jar Rubbers, are
worth 10c, while lot
lasts, dozen 3C
Screen Doors, any size
or style, worth to $1.75,
Medium Size Galvan
ized Garbage Cans,
special Monday . .89
Large Size, Heavy Cor
r u g a t e d Galvanized
Garbage Cans, our sale
Cans, any size to 8-qt.
Values to 50c, Special,
Let this mail order depart
ment do your shopping for you
while you are out of town. The
best of service and sure savings
jtp Summer Apparel
k Smart Savings
Coolness Comfort Correct Style
Three Things Worth While These Days
THEN COUPLE THIS with
the fact that prices are low
ered to a point where the
most moderate appropriation
will cover it, and you have
the near idealistic condition
which awaits you in this
Women's Apparel Store on
You can freshen up your summer ward
robe at little expense just now.
Wash Skirts, $1.00, $1.25, $1.98 and $2.98
Wash Dresses, $3.50, $6.98, $10.00 and $15.00
Sport Coats at Half Price
Sport Dresses at Half Price
Pretty and Sheer Combinations. '. .$1.00
Dainty, Summer Night Gowns . . .$1.00
Girls' White Dresses,
worth $3.50, at.'. ...$1.89
Girls' Colored Dresses,
worth $2.00, at 89f
At $5.00 Choice Coats,
worth up to $15.00.
At $10.00 Choice Dresses
worth up to $35.00,
Here's the Opportunity
of a Lifetime
YOU ' buy the best
sewing machine in
the world, and wc give
you $12.00 for your old
machine to apply on the
first payment nf
Specials for this week :
Wheeler & Wilson $30
New Home $30
Brandeis "C" $26
Our Special . . $12.98
Latest Invention Boye
Hemstitcher with full
instructions. While they
AN ideal rug for the
chamber or dress
i n g room. Durable,
washable and practical.
Size 24x36 . . . $2.25
Size 30x60 $4.50
Size 3x6 feet. $5.50
Size 4x7 feet . $9.00
Clearup Sale of Royal
Wilton Rugs --BafrHad?,
Irans and Artlooms. All
ruffs sold up to $50.00.
Very .special, sizes H.lix
10.(i and OxTJ, $31.50
Clearup Sale of Axmin
ster Rugs Panels. Size
0x12, reularlv worth
$:io.oo, at ...SS15.00
' Third Floor.
Printed and White Cottons
For Cool, Comfortable Gowns
rr HERE'S A SUGGESTION of Summer comfort about this
I announcement that makes its own appeal. The little
- prices make another claim upon your attention not to
PRINTED AND WOVEN VOLIK, Batiste, Marquisette, Seed
Voile, Bordered Fiouncimr, black and white stripes, florals,
etc.; 40 and 45 inches wide, have sold for 25c, Stic and :iHc,
now , 15 'yri
PRINTED FI.AXON", in pood assortment of styles and de
signs, for cool dresses and blouses; 28 inches wide, sold all sea
son at 15c, now 7Kc yr
CHIFFON CREPE, in pink, blue, helio, yellow, small r.ose bud
design; most in . demand for house gowns, undermuslins,
kimonos, etc.; 24 inches wide, at 15 a yr
WHITE WASH SII.K and cotton material, plain and bro
caded; heavy quality for blouses and dresses, 36 inches wide,
at ' 49 a yard
WHITE SKIRTING, in shadow check and novelty Gabardines
for suits and separate skirts. 36 inches wide, at 25 .yard.
And for the First Time
We Shall Place on Sale Monday
THOUSANDS OF YARDS of White Union Linen, heavy
quality; excellent for Dresses, Tailored Waists, Art Work Pil
low Cases, etc., etc.; full 36 inches wide and snow white;
worth 75c, at 49 yard
Domestics -Most Desirable
In a Fine Mid-Summer Sale
E HAVE GATHERED TOGETHER groups of just the
most desired Domestics to sell at very low prices in
deed. Every item invites.
40-INCH VOILES, neat printings, sheer crisp quality. "Book
fold;" 19c and 25c grade, Monday, at 15 a yard
Press Ginghams, "Blue Bell" and "Everett" grades, lengths to
20 yards, all new Fall styles, 12Hc grade, Monday, Qc yd-86-Inch
New Fall Cretonnes, beautiful colorings, neat florals,
Persian and Oriental effects, sale price, a yard 12 'a
English Shirtings, all new, neat sport effects; fast colors; 10c
and 25c values, at, a yard 15
Dress Percale, .'16 inches wide, best grade, all Indigo dyed,
light blue and gray designs, 12'tjC value, at, a yard . . .9'2C
36-inch Bleached Muslin; good quality, soft finish; off Ihe
boll; Monday, a yard 7'
Likeable Laces at Little Price
' A Mid-Summer Saving Sale
THE WISE WOMAN' will invest when she can buy such
dainty laces for such little money, for there is no ques
tion about their utility. Fashion has decided that de
finitely. Laces will be used more than ever this fall.
At 25c, Worth 50c Yard
Shadow Lace Flouncinps, IK inches wide, excellent assortment
of white and cream.
Fancy Novelty Demi-KInumititfs, run with silver thread.
Silk Shadow Lace, for collars and trimmings for suits and
At 10c, Worth 25c Yard
Net Top Lace Kdc, to 5 inches wide, cream and white.
Piatt Val Laces, hands and edges.
At 10c, Worth 19c Yard
Narrow Embroidery Edges and Insertions, 8 to ; inches wide,
in well worked eyelet, convent and blind designs.
At 12'2c, Worth 25c Yard
18-Inch Corset Cover itn.l Embroidery Skirt Klouncings, with
eyelet and plain embroidery edges.
Here's a Story About Linens
That Is Doubly Interesting
THE QUALITY INTEREST IS ONE THING
The PRICE INTEREST is another.
There's a standard which this store has set. I hat pre
vails no matter how low the price is - and because every
woman who buys here understands that, the quotation of a
little price means more than that, it affords a saving n a
50c Fancy Towels at 39c
1(1(1 dozen fine quality Blenched Turkish Towels, with blue or
pink borders; space fur mnnngram; absolutely fast colors.
$1.25 Sets at 89c
( 'on sis t ing of Scarfs ;tinl Tin Cushion Tup
ik, blue ir vll : made nf Inn tualil rnibi'i
. cmhnodt'ri'd m
Mixed Crowd Will
Suffer Tortures of
The Den Mouday
ll will be a tnixi'il nmvd that
Halbci s 1 1 1 r the rid inn the g;ii.
tin- white ni" i sr. and I hi' ( unmadn
loom hi., a! U .u Ken di n lmiday
" I In- bull iict , thr luWi . ihc i an
MphIh K IliA.T ' Will iH'.uh all he
Iheie. Kasl he l-utriui i .i I.e
theie I .. the National Master
Ullli hei s' as' n.'ial ii m is - he in
iinalia tm I he ami u.il i n nil n mi,
.,ml all tin vwrMr,-. ,.t meal . h ,n ei s
ate In he 1 mi lle.l thn.iiKh the nur
! the dm
Mcnhanls" inaiUi week will
lie ell. with lilildliU Itp'MI tmndieils
,,t lelaib'is h..ni all pail- ! Ne
hiasL.i ami adininni slates m the
I city for the wn'k, These are tu bo
j rolled at the den.
I he truck manufacturer and trac
tor inaniil.tctiiici s wlm will he begin
iiiiik their farm tractor demonstration
at V rei in int on that day, are to he
'hustled by automobile to ( hnalM for
a tew hours that evening, and givni
; a la.ste nt the activities ot the live si
! booster nrgauiatmn in America.
I Former Employe of
Oil Company is Held
Following the oiitYssMiii nf a nr-
KT'n who told the police that he aider!
Mat ie C. Tue. JfUV- Leavenworth
sited, in loailing a huge tan of naso
1 tin- up. m a ttuck stolen Wednesday
evening tnun ihe I .. Y. Nn Indas il
cntiipaiiv, the latter was arrested ami
is henig held on a i barge ot burglary.
I .ve bad been dischai ged tmin the
i-mplo ,,i the oil loinpanv a lew days
ii-lore the theft.
An Exceptional Opportunity
The 2d Week of Our
AUGUST CLEARANCE SALE
To Buy House Furnishings at 20 to 50o Savings
Every salesfloor is filled with hundreds of splendid items of Furniture, Draperies and
Stoves that we must dispose of for need of space for big shipments of fall furniture.
You can buy now and we will deliver later. Our regular Central guarantee goes with
each article purchased at this sale and as usual, you make your own terms.
Low Rent, Low
pense enable ui
to Save You
buiinesi the pait
teaton has made
a large number
Quartered Oak Dining Room Suite $63.50
Quartered oak library JQ
Quartered oak library CQ JC
Quartered oak library JJQ QQ
Quartered oak library JJJ CJQ
Quartered oak library JJ 75
All otber finishes represented in
this sale at correspondingly low
Quartered oak rocking CJO TP
Quartered oak rocking (PO OC
Quartered oak rocking QQ
Quartered oak rocking gQ
Quartered oak rocking CP OC
You can furnish an en
tire home at a saving of
20 to 507o during this
(las Saver jras
(las Saver as
(ias Saver jras
(las Saver as
(las Saver p::a
Dozens of patterns of
Rugs, where we have but
one of a design left, at
prices that you cannot af
ford to miss. Be sure and
see this department.
Quartered oak library JQ
Quartered oak library ff"7 FA
Quartered oak library CIA CA
Quartered oak library 50
Quartered oak library Q'lA 7C.
Other finishes also at propor
Quartered oak tlQ HO
Quartered oak t99 flrt
Quartered oak Ofi
Quartered oak Q9fi
Quartered oak t98 ((
Both three-quarter and full size
in this sale.
Portieres and Couch Covers in
a great variety of designs, colors
and weaves, at far less than pres
ent values, to dispose of close-out
patterns. Lace Curtains in many
pleasing patterns, too, at whole
All other finishes and sizes at
equally low prices.
Kitchen cabinets d1 P "7C
Kitchen cabinets t17flA
complete H I .UU
Kitchen cabinets CJ1 O CA
complete $ 10. OKI
All porch furnltmo materially
Have us fig
ure your fur
terms at the
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