Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, September 23, 1916, Page 3, Image 3
THE REE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1916. COMPANY FORMED Prisoner Waits Ninety Days for Thirty Days More Thirty days in the county jail was the punishment meted out to William Meyers when the prisoner pleaded guilty to stealing $50 worth of lead pipe from San Pavlica July 26. Mey ers has already served while awaiting trial. sixty days j yan Gets $1,990.08 that in a dispute over the ownership of property in the bottoms, Whelan struck him with a board, broke three ribs and bruised him to such an ex tent that he was in a hospital for twenty-five days. Property at Sev enth and Seward is involved. The al leged attack occurred September 2, 1915. Traffic Violators Are Handed Fines by Judge II. Holmes and A. Young were each fined $5 and costs by the police magistrate for violations of the traffic regulations. William Bauman, S. (j. Saddcrs and James Darcll were fined $2.50 and costs each, while Charles McNeese was discharged. Bell-ans Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package) proves it 25c at all druggists. Fred Martin, charged with break ing into the home of D. M. Phillips and stealing clothing and jewelry, pleaded guilty and was paroled to M. Andreescu under suspended sentence. Martin has been awaiting trial for By Jury's Award Jacob Korar was awarded a verdict for $1,990.08 by a jury in Judge Red ick's court, following a fiery trial marked by bitterness oil the part of attnrni'VS and litttrant K'nrar ! FOR RIVER TRAFFIC Omaha Business Men Inoorpor ate to Boost Traffic on the Missouri Eiver. sixty days. I James Whelan for $25,000, alleging TO BUILD AND BUN BAEOES To promote navigation of the Mis' souri river and to enable merchants in river towm to compete with rival dealers, the Missouri River Naviga tion company, formed by fourteen prominent Omaha business men, has filed articles of incorporation. The company is capitalized at $5,000 with shares at $1 each. The incorporators are Herbert M. Rogers, James S. White, John W. Gamble, H. M. Chris- . tie, A. L. Williams, E. S. Swobe, F, J. Hughes, Irving F. Baxter, Watson Townsend, U I. Adams, J. W. Met- calf, William U Hoitzman, fczra MU lard and Victor White. According to the incorporation papers filed with County Clerk Dewey the company is authorized to operate wharves, docks and warehouse purchase real estate, navigate the river with freisht boats and barges, and to increase competition between business men of the river towns. Better transportation facilities, in creased valuation of property through placing it available for water front purposes, and the developmrnt of business between towns on the Mis souri, are set forth s purposes for which the company has been organ lzed. Articles of incorporation of the Runyan Cushion Wheel company have been filed with County Clerk Dewey, the company being capitalized for $100,000. The incorporators are ri. U. Wullt, u. K. sowand, fc. Conrad and Fred G. Burlingin. The Bohemian Music company has been organized with a capital stock of $25,000. The incorporators are Frank W. Hodek, Charles M. Nepo dal and manes suppe. Wortham Comes to Prepare for Shows On King's Highway C A. Wortham, owner of the Wortham shows, which will furnish the amusement attractions for the king's highway at the Ak-Sar-Ben festivities next week, has arrived in Omaha to make final arrangements tor the coming of his big show train which will arrive at Cass street cross ing of the Northwestern Sunday even ing and be immediately unloaded. All the shows will be ready tor operation Tuesday afternoon, and will exhibit every afternoon and evening until the end ot the reign of rung Ak. One of the feature attractions on the Highway this year will be ; realistic portrayal of the battle of Ver dun. The European war furnishes a basis for this mechanical show and it has served as one of the midway sen sations at the various fairs in the mid dle west whefe the company has exhibited. The war motive is further carried out among the shows with "Over and under the sea, where a sea tight be tween a submarine, merchantman and U. 9. i. lexas is presented. The fun section of the highway will feature the Monkey speedway, where diminutive Simians drive tiny automobiles around a race track. Omahan Pinched For Impersonating Secret Service Man C. M. Bennett, 1427 North Twenty second street, is in the custody of . government authorities on a charge of impersonating a United States se cret service officer. Following Bennett's arrest by Hugh Mills, secret service agent in Omaha, on complaint of J. W.Wil liams of Davenport, la., an elderly man, the latter told his story to the government authorities. The Omaha man is charged with having attempted to "settle" with Williams for $5 after the latter had shown him an alleged obscene picture and had been convinced that Bennett was a secret service operative. Bennett will be given a hearing be fore United States Commissioner Mc Laughlin Monday morning. All Saints' Church to . Organize Boy Scout Band All Saints' church. Twentv-sixth and Dewey avenue, is the first church to actively co-operate with the Rotary club in furthering the Boy Scout movement in Omaha. Rev. T. J. Mackay, the pastor, announces that a company of Boy Scouts will be or ganized Monday evening at 7 o'clock in the Wattles Memorial Parish house. Competent advisers will be on hand, and the pastor invites boys more than 12 years old to be pres ent. The division organized among the junior parishioners of All Saints' parish will later have the benefit of supervision by a national scout mas ter, whom the Rotary club will bring from New York. Hirst Methodist Church Has Change of Pastors Rev. Joseph Stopford, who has been at Creighton, Neb., will be the new pastor of the Hirst Memorial Metho dist church of Omaha, instead of Rev. George li. Trites. A change in the assignment of the ministers has just been made by Bishop Stunz of this district. Air. Stopford was originally assigned to Wahoo, but in the change of plans ae comes to Omaha, while Mr. Trites eoes to Broken Bow. Rev. Thomas Bithel, who has been pastor of the " rlirst church, will go to Wahoo. Mr. Stopford will preach from his lew pulpit Sunday. Unique Shoe Store Has Opened on Douglas Street The Star Shoe company has opened 3nev of Omaha's most unique shoe itorcs at 1415 Douglas street. This ,iew concern is owned by the Leon 3ros., who have been in the hat bus iness in Omaha for the -last several years. Popular-priced shoes for men will be sold exclusively by this store. Persistent Advertising Is the Road to Success. Newest Ribbons Gold and Silver Ribbons for hat and dress trim ming. All widths. Heavy metallic and gauze effects; also combinations of gold and colors. Special attention given to all kinds of Hat Band Ribbons. Bows made Free of Charge. Main Floor. Store Open Saturday Until 9 p. m. Store Open Saturday Until 9 p. m. Silk Hosiery Special Showing Women's High Colored Novelty Hosiery Plain and fancy Richelieu ribbed, plaids, stripes, clocks and many other designs in fancy hosiery. All fashioned, high spliced heels and toes. Silk to the top. Pair . .$1.60 Skirts Suits. Coats, Dresses am The Most Approved at Very Lowest Prices 500 Scores and scores of original designs and many exclusive feat ures not shown else where. Following the styles of the highest priced garments, but offering them to you at very moderate fig ures. This will be a Saturday of splendid opportunities. For the woman who desires to spend from $19 to $35, this an nouncement is won derfully interesting. There are no better garments made than those we are show ing at these prices. This is a correct il lustration of what lit tle money will do in this Apparel Store. Splendid Suits in Latest Styles WomenTs and Misses' Tailored Suits, in the smartest styles of the season. Materials are Gabardines, Poplins and Serges; in navy, brown, black, plum, green, etc'. Right up-to-the-minute in every way. Short, medium and long jackets and full cut skirts are shown '19-'25-'35 Coats for Every Occasion New Long Coats of fine soft fabrics, such as Duvetynes, Bolivias, Velours, Tweeds, Mixtures, Cheviots, etc. Full flaring bottoms with large cape and Quaker collars 15 and '25 Smart Serge Street and Silk Dresses Nothing is so effective and popular for fall wear The colors are navy, black, brown and green. The new em broideries of yams and beads making very effective trimmings $ 19 and '25 New Blouses For Fall and Winter Wear . Georgette Crepe is the most fashionable material, and it is getting scarce. We bought our blouses early in the season, and are now of fering complete stocks at the old prices. Some are hand embroidered, others trimmed with Filet, Oriental and Venice Laces. Hundreds of styles to choose from $3.98 t0 $6.50 Chine dressy $3.98 to $6.50 Extra Quality Crepe Blouse. Semi-tailored styles, at Novelty Georgette Crepe Blou.et. Striped or figured effects ! f at $5.98 to ....iplU Striped Silk tc Plaid Silk Blou.e., also plain color blouses, all the new shades $2.98 to $6.50 Dainty Lingerie Blouses Lace or box embroidery trimmed $1, $1.45, $1.95 Blouse Shop Second Floor. Ladies' Neckwear Nothing adds more to the newness of your old gown, as well as adding character to the new gown, than Painty Neckwear. We are showing complete stocks of Georgette Crepe, Broad cloth and Satin Collars and Cuffs. A Beautiful Line of Georgette Crepe Neckwear, Large Swim Col lar, and the New Net Collar, at prices ranging., wvu t Satin Coat and Drew Collars are very new. Broadcloth Collar, in small and large effects. A Large Variety of Collar, and Collar and Cuff Set. in the large effects and Swiss embroid- Q Q ered, lace rtimmed aC A small lot of Oatrich Boai, in white, black and black )tt and,white, at DC Main Floor. 50c ,$1.75 Large Black Velvet Sailor, very wide from side to side. Two rows of white picot edging on brim; band of velvet with splashy bow at side, also edged with white pi cot. For smart tailored wear; spe cial, at $10.00 Four-cornered hat of navy blue velvet with rose silk facinfir. wreath of rococo roses and tinsel berries and foliaee finished with rose ribbon bow. A very dressy model, at 810.00 You Have Never Had " The Opportunity to Buy Such Superb Hats '5 and 10 They Have Never Been Equalled For Less Than $10 and $20 We have made Them Up Specially for This Sale, and They Will Be Shown for the First Time Here on Saturday, We describe just eight models, but there are ' dozens and dozens just as desirable. Go to any of the exclusive Hat Shops, even in the largest cities and try to match these Hats for less than $10 and $20 then come here and buy them for $5 and $10. THIS IS THE BEST HAT SALE WE HAVE RECORDED IN MONTHS RIGHT AT THE BEGINNING OF THE FALL SEASON Large Dressy Hat of black velvet with phalange of hatters' plush; bow across front edged with fur, lor S1O.00 Brown Velvet Hat with wide satin ?halange, gold bird ornament on lared front brim, semi-dress mod el, for 85.00 New off-the-face shape in black velvet with gold colored ribbon, side crown, band and bow, gold and bead ornament at front, t0 85.00 Gray Panne Velvet Tarn with nnr row brim, green and silver ribbon with tasseled ornament in front, for $5.00 Ked Velvet Top with black velvet facing, black coney fur around crown and silver bird outlined with fur, for 85.00 Large Sailor Shape. 400 Bright Finished Felts in col ors such as green, rose, brown, navy, black; all banded ready t wear, with tailored bows of gros grain ribbons. Also a few velour felts with hatters' tips in light green and blues. Values to $3.50, for 81.71 life 'i U,T CfcNQl Boys' Two-Pant Suits, d0 Qf Two Special Lots Saturday J)0JD Every woman knows what it means to get two pairs of pants when she buys a suit for a healthy out-door boy. It means DOUBLE WEAR. We are offering plain gray tweed and fancy stripe effects in every size iium o to 1 1 years, ivcai sman-iooKing in tne new pinch-back style coats, Extraordinary Showing, of 1 wo-Pair-Pant Suits $4.25 to $10.00 Two-Pair-Pant Blue Serge Suits Corduroy Suits and a great variety of Mixtures. All in the latest mod els. Every boy is sure to find just the suit for him. , Overcoats for Boys The best assortment we have ever had this early in the season. Juve nile Coat, in ages 2 to 8 years. Chin chillas in grays, blues and browns. Fancy mixtures in all the smart new patterns. Large assort- t 1 fi PXU ment of styles, $2.50 to. $12.50 Third Floor, Overcoat, for Boy. 9 to 12 Years of Age New, smart styles in a big se lection of different pattern effects, as well as plain colors. Chinchillas, in all colors. Real nifty coats in the pinch-back models, $3.95 to Boy.' Sweater. Galore Every col or of the season to be had in our wonderful assortment tan, cardi nal, light gray, dark gray, blue, ma roon and all the smart stripe ef fects. Shawl collars or button-to-neck styles. Ages 3 to (r An 16 yrs. Prices, $1.25 Women's Washable -Kid Gloves Vz to xh Less Than Regular Prices Perrin, Adler and Bacmo Makes THESE ARE THE GLOVES that are right on top of the highest wave of popularity today but pursuing the policy that has always been followed here rieht at the time when they are the most popular, we offer them at the lowest prices. The colors are Pearl White, Oyster, Mastic, Ivory, Light and Dark Gray, Tan and Black. They come either plain or with beautifully stitched contrast backs, most attrac tively embroidered. Every pair of gloves in this sale is absolutely guaranteed washable, and is accompanied by our written guarantee. Either outseam or pique sewn. $1.00, $1.50, $1.75 Per Pair , Main Floor. Drugs and Toilet Articles ; Abonita Face Powder, 60 size, for 28 MeloroM Face Powder, 60c size, for 29 Madam l.e'b.ll'. FacePowder, 60c size box 29 La Blache Face Powder, 60c size, for v. 33 Creme de Meridor, 25 size. .18 Hind's Honey and Almond Cream, 60c size 29 Stillman'. Freckle Cream, 60 size, for .....29 Kolynot Tooth Pa.te, 2 Be size tube for 16 Pebeeo Tooth Paite, special, 29 Dorin's Rouge, Saturday. . . .25 Marguerite Sjrlva Rouge, 60c size, per box ..29 Woodbury's Facial Cream, 25c size tube for 12 Crave.' Tooth Powder, can . . 14 Palmer's Almond Meal, 25c size, for 144 William.' Shaving Cream, 26c size tube, for 16 Gillette Blade., $1 pkg 754 California Syrup of Figs, 60c size, for 29 Lap.etic Pill., 100 In bottle, 28 Beecham's Pill., 26c size box for ...1 16 Hinkle'e Cascara Pills, 100 in bot tle, for 94 Danderine Hair Tonic, f 1.00 size bottle, for 694 Li.terine, $1 size bottle. .. .69 Hay.' Hair Health, $1 size. .69 Lavori., 60c size 29 Pinkham'. Vegetable Compound, $1 size, for........ 69 Caetoria, 86c size... 19 Sloan'. Liniment, 60c siaa. .29 Pluto Water, 36c size. . . .29' Sal Hepatica, 60c size 29 Phenolax Wafers, 30 in bottle for 26 Wreth's Sodium Phosphate the bott'e 39 Specials Palmolive Soap, cake 54 Kirk'. Jap Ro.e Soap, cake... 54 Williams' Shaving Soap, 2 cakes, fnr m -l Phy.iciane' and Surgeon.' Soap the cake 6 Craddock'a Blue Soap, special, the cakp. at. er j. M.ntholatum, 60c size for .'.29 ronu . ramming I. ream, 50c size, for on Horlick'a Malt.J Mill. l,ul - , , UUOJIIMU 8,ze. for 82.68 Hughes' Ideal Hair Brushes f 1.49 values, for SO $2.98 values, for S14 J3.98 values, for Slltll Main Floor. . .