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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1916.
Briej City News
Half Karat Whit Diamond 7& Krtholm.
Have Root Print It New Beacon Preia
Lighting F1xtnrtn Burgtst-Qranden Co.
City Mission for Young Women
The City mission, near the railroad
stations, is always open to young wo
men coming as strangers to Omaha
until they find employment
Wants a Big Delegation- A delega
tion of fifty business women to at
tend the state suffrage convention, to
he held in Hastings October 2-3, is the
aim of the Political Equality league,
headed by Mrs. F. D. Wead.
"The Lawyer's Duty" "The Law
yer's Duty to His Profession" is the
riubject of the talk to be delivered
Saturday noon before the Barristers'
club by Attorney T. B. Dysark. The
meeting will be at the Commercial
Safety Lines In Klevators The
fnion Pacific has applied the safety
lirst idea to the elevators in the head
quarters building. Along the floor of
t-ach car and back twelve inches from
the entrance has been painted a black
line with white lines up the sides to
the right and left.
Jacobs and Lee Buy Drug Store1
Al Jacobs and Henry Lee have pur
chased the drug store at Seventeenth
and Douplas streets, formerly known :
as the Yates Drug company. Both
are well known in the drug business
In the city, Air. Jacobs having been
connected with the store for some
Fine Fireplace iioods Sunderland.
Thieves Steal Motor Cars;
Strip Others of Tires
Automobiles stolen yesterday were
owned by Russel Peck, 1814 Dodge,
and E. W. Bergen of Clerkfield, Minn.
Thieves broke into the garage of Jake
Klein, 137 South Thirty-fifth and
stole the tires off his auto. Pr. Up
degraff's machine, while standing in
front of the Colbert apartments, Thirty-ninth
and Harney streets, was
Ten and Costs Is the Levy
Made From All Road Vio
lators in Sarpy.
MRS. REED IS NEAR DEATH
"This court is easy compared with
that Sarpy county holdup," quoth a
belated autoist who had been rounded
up by Motorcycle Officer Pipkin at
the local jail. He related how things
were in Sarpy.
Eight speed cops patrol the roads
within the county to the south, so it
is asserted. The coppers are vigilant.
Each constantly has with him a set
of the state laws and amendments
that have only recently been passed.
They stand for no argument. Bright
lights, violation of road rules and
other minor offenses, besides speed
ing, are included in the "indictment.
"No Golden Rule down there," con
tinued this man. "They have court
already set up and there is one sin
gle standard, 'ten and costs,' to one
Mrs. Reed Is Worse.
Police court was not held yester
day. Mrs. Reed, wife of Judge Reed,
is reported to be rapidly getting
worse. Local physicians have given
up hope of her recovery. The judge
called in specialists from the North
Side yesterday.' .
Plan for Campaign.
At a conference of precinct leaders
of the Young Men's Hughes and
Fairbanks club to be held this evening
at the club headquarters, plans for
the immediate campaign will be taken
up. A committee will he appointed
to meet with members of the South
Side Republican club at its first meet
ing, which will be held the latter
part of this week or the first part
of next. The club will co-operate in
arranging tor two or three big repub
lican rallies before November 4.
T. J. McGuire of Omaha will speak
at the meeting tonight, l'resident
Beal plans to appoint a committee to
work out the details of the big torch
light parade, which will be held
through the streets of both the South
and North Sides on the night of Oc
A large number of Hughes and
Fairbanks buttons are on the way.
These, with pamphlets will be dis
tributed among the workmen at the
local packing plants at noonday meet
ings some tune in the near future.
Jacob Frahm Dead.
Jacob Frahm, aged 77 years, died
Wednesday evening at his home, J7'6
South Twei.ty-third street. He is
survived by a wife and two children,
a daughter, Mrs. Tom Ferris of the
South Side, and a son, Erwin Frahm
of Prague, Neb. The body was. for
warded to Prague, where the funeral
will be held at the German Lutheran
church. Interment will be made in
the Prague cemetery.
Bridge Is Burned.
Train service on the Burlington
route between Omaha and South
Omaha was tied up on a single track
yesterday, due to the burning of the
freight-track bridge Tuesday after
noon at the cut in the road near the
cooper shops on the West Side. One
South Side fire company answered
the call but was unable to save the
structure. The bridge was about
sixty feet in length.
Veteran Robbed of Cash.
Patrick Mills, Genevive, III., was
strong-armed at the corner of
Twenty-fourth and N streets Wednes
day evening at 5:45 o'clock by a
young negro who appeared to be
..bout 25 years of age. Mills said he
was an inmate of the Old Soldiers'
home at Genevieve and was on his
way to Hoctor, Wash.
Progressive to Speak.
Henry J. Allen, former progressive
candidate for governor of Kansas,
will speak at the exchange building
in the stock yards Monday noon un
der the auspices of the Young Men's
Hughes and Fairbanks club of the
South Side. President Real and Guy
Kiddoo of the South Side club com
pleted the arrangements yesterday at
the county republican headquarters.
A block oi several hundred seats
has been reserved by local commit
teemen at the big Hughes meeting in
the city atiditoriur.. when the candi
date for the presidency appears in
Omaha for the seating of first voters.
Members of the Hughes and Fair
banks club will occupy the front rows
of this reserved section.
Efforts are being made by the
South Side club to hold a number of
noon-day meetings all through the
campaign in the stock yards and pack
ing house district, with prominent re
publican leaders speaking.
Mafia City GomIp.
Wanted Offi boy; muit bft I; good
opportunity for right boy. Apply Cudahy'n
Thla Rra. the celebrated Fx star, ap-
VUTti at th Hesee tonight In hr neweat
Kok production. Three ithowa tonight.
Found In Houth Omaha, pocktbook con
taining 'miMiey ; ownnr may have) aame by
Mftitifylnit money and paying for ml. Call
I'lvirlea K. I'ox, Kichaiigo Illtlg., South
Mnnlwrs of the Young Mrn'a Huffha and
FalrbankB chili ami of the South Slrt H
puuHcnn club plan to attrnii t)i meeting
of the M.Ktnloy club on tliu North Sl.to
Monday evening in a body.
8 vera! Suth St.le firo companies wero
calt'-.l to the nle In th railroad yard at
Four! h and lwrny streets yesterday aft
ernoon The department ai called to -(IngiUnh
a email ftr in the awning of tho
For rent tmd Meany drug ature, Twenty
fourth and S etreeta.
The nnual "tooter" contest at the South
IHIgh school officially opened yeaterday.
Principal Huwaldt appointed Mlaa Jaaale
Tucker editor-in-chief, with nruce McCul-
loch, bualnean manager. Prof. Johnaon la In
I charge of the printing department. The
worn oi gemng oui me mm lanue or trie
paper haa begun. The ieaue will be
Recreation Board Approves
Program Worked Out by
SUPERVISOR AT EACH PLACE
Archbishop Harty to Be
Installed November 30
Archbishop J. J. Harty, successor
to the late Bishop Scannell, will be
installed into office Thanksgiving
day, November JO. The new digni
tary comes to Omaha diocese from
the Philippine islands.
It was Achbishop Harty's personal
wish, expressed in a cablegram to
Monsignor Colaneri, that the installa
tion services take place on Thanks
giving day. The exercises will be
held in the new cathedral.
The Recreation board last evenin..
approved Superintendent English's
program for opening of social centers
in the following schools, beginning
about November 1:
Central Park, Monmouth Park,
Miller Park, Kcltom, Castelar, Deaf
institute, West Side and Dundee.
The program contemplates engag
ing a supervisor for each center, as
was done last season; also in athletic
director for men and boV'S, and an
other athletic director for girls and
women. The centers will be open
four evenings a week and the ath
letic directors will divide their time
between the eight centers.
It is proposed to hold weekly con
certs in the auditorium of South High
school and an effort will be made to
take advantage of the gymnasium of
that school. It will be necessary to
equip the West Side school, South
Side, with lights and chairs. Super
intendent Booth of the Deaf institute
has offered to co-operate with the
Recreation board in making the so
cial center at his school a success.
The Dundee school is particularly
adapted to social center uses, having
a moving picture outfit, splendid au
ditorium aj;d a gymnasium.
Three New Centers.
The social centers will be opened
the first time at the Dundee
school, Deaf institute and the West
The board agreed to back Super
intendent English in his effort to
get the 1918 meeting of the National
Association of Recreation and Play
ground Directors for Omaha. The
Commercial club is interested in the
project. Mr. English will attend the
next meeting of the association,
which will be in Grand Rapids be
ginning October 2. These meeting
are attended by more than 3,000
recreation and playground directors
of the United States.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road
HERE'S THE LEADER OF
en's fa Fall Suits
The style and remarkable value of these new Pall Suits
and Coats Will meet With VOUr imrnediat.fi armmvnl
Every suit is thoroughly up-to-date and will
retain its shape. We are offering these suits
in blue serges, browns, blue and black chalk
stripes and novelty effects. They come in
slims, stouts and regular. Sizes 33 to 48.
These suits could not be purchased elsewhere
for anywhere near the price we are asking for
them. Values up to $18.00, while they last. .
Boys' Suits, $2.95
Just at this season of
the year, when the
11 i Boy needs the most
?&A".VT'.''l attention, we are offer
ing exceptional bar
gains In clothes. We
are prepared to outfit
the boy completely.
Wi ispical'y call
These suits are built
for work or play and
are guaranteed pure
wool mixture and come
rlth all the newest er
ects watch pockets,
etc. Serges, plaids,
mixtures and plain colors and In sizes
to fit all boys.
Clothes Brush With Each Purchase.
School Pencil Box With Each Boys'
Fall Sui's and Overcoats
For Men and Young Men
The Palace Guaranteed Suits are the most depend-
aoie to De naa. They have gust the style'
quality and workmanshiD vou want. All
quality and workmanship you want.
sizes and in colors to suit you
You'll be pleased with the splendid
value we are offering in Fall Suits
and Overcoats, as they are a most
desirable value. These Suits and
Coats ordinarily sell for as high as
.fZU.UU and come inF
Rt.rirteH. rtlflitia nlnin
, , i
colors and blue serges.
Finest Fall Suit Values
You can tell the absolute superior
ity of these magnificent Suits and
Coats at first sight. We have
number of these ex-t
in every detail
r as nign as
v e nave a
Big Pants Values at This Store
Men who have worn our celebrated Duchess Make Trousers uphold our claim that they are the
oesr wearing trousers ouiainauie at me price. ror work, business or dress wear, aAQ
you'll find them unbeatable. We have a large assortment of All Wool T
which we are offering, at
A Palace Flyer
for Saturday only
: f , f0lk Men's
r'k ? FALL
' ill Lo" at tnl fe
ll te m is ) markable offer. They
I ! I 31 are serviceable and
mil & of fast (color. Solid
9 mm ' colors or with
1 Til I white feet. SlzeB
1 rf 5.wK to fit all. This Is
Right now is the time
to buy your sweater.
We have a complet
assortment of good
quality wool sweat
ers. Regular $4.00
value, heavy and
large shawl collar,
We are placing on sale
for tomorrow an assort
ment of Mfn's heavy
ribbed union suits, all
sizes, new perfect goods,
regular $1.60 value, to
ing of Men's good wear
ing shoes, the best serv
ice and style shoe made.
Strongly built through
out. Black or tan, all
sizes. Regular $3 fi"
value. Saturday, $2.45
We are showing an
line of shirts In all
shirts are made of
good wearing mate
rial and usually sell
for l. Saturday
I M CLOTH I NO COMPACT
8:30 A. M.
Friday, September 22, 1916.
STORE NEWS FOR SATURDAY.
'Phone Douglas 137.
The Prettiest and Smartest Hats You'll Find
Anywhere at Near the Price, $7.50
THE right hat for every woman, according to her type. Charming creations
for all round wear for school or college girla, unique and conservative hats
for the athletic woman. New "never before shown" hats for the young ma
trons, for the older woman, even to grandmother, who knows just what she
likes and that she'll find it here at Burgess-Nash.
So cleverly have our designers caught the very spirit of Paris modes and
so good are the materials used, that it is hard to distinguish the copies
from the original creations.
NEW SAILORS CHIC MUSHROOMS HIGH SIDE ROLLS
A remarkable display for Saturday and priced at $7.50.
Our Hats at $5.00
No matter what shape you want or
what style you desire you can surely
find it here in this big selection ar
ranged for Saturday.
Saturday Morning, 8:30 to 12
For these hours only we offer bright
finished felt, untrimmed hats in all col
ors; also silk velvet tarns in black and
colors; were to $3.98, Saturday, at $1.
BurgMt-Nash C. Secant' Flow.
The New French GLOVES
THE new autumn shipments of these exquisite gloves are
here from Grenoble and the gloves are quite up to all
Beautifully made of fine skins; new in style and the
And prices are less affected at Burgess-Nash than any
where else we know of.
French Gloves, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00 and $2.50.
Domestic Gloves, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 to $2.00.
Chamoisette Gloves, 39c, 59c, $1.00 to $1.25.
Burgess -Nash Co. Main Floor.
Smart New Autumn Blouses
$3.95, $5.95, $6.50, $8.50, $10.00 to $27.50
"YTERY fresh and lovely are the blouses these days, dis
V closing new features both in design and in ormentation.
Among them are blouses with Mexican drawnwork, hand
beaded types soutache braided blouses satin and velvet
trimmed models all highly attractive styles for Autumn,
and they give an enlivening touch to the tailored suit. '
Blouses of Crepe de Chine, Georgette Crepe, Chiffon,
Taffeta, Plaids and Stripes. Color range includes, flesh,
white, navy, taupe, green, brown, black and plum.
Purg....Nwb C Sowd Flw.
Burgess-Nash Tailored SUITS Point
Out the Newest Fashions for Fall
And Prices, as Usual, Play an Attractive Role
"ODELS that are typical of the best of the newer
modes, evidencing in their variety and the indi
vidualities of design, our stylists' discerning care in their
Saturday, We Direct Your Particular Interest to
Special Assortments at
$35 to $55 to $75 and More
TAILORED SUITS $25.00
for BUSINESS WOMEN
and others to whom it is essential that the new
suit be the acme of practicality as well as correct
in style, we have secured, by painstaking efforts,
a most appealing assemblage of Suite in NEW
modes, NEW materials, NEW colorings.
New Coats at $20.00 to $85.00
BOLIVIA AND VELOUR are the prized materials and
rightly so they're so soft and rich. There is an overwhelm
ing demand for these coats in the new full swinging front
yoke models and those falling loose from neck; they have
huge collars and cuffs. Some are fur trimmed. Mixtures,
rough plaids and broadcloths are also freely shown at
$20.00, $25.00, $38.00 to $88 00.
' tturf..Nh C.. jMcond Flar.
Usually to 35c at
SALESMEN'S trunk samples of
stationery, including a variety
of quire box-papers and corres
pondence cards; usually sell to
35c; Saturday, I Be box.
to 50c, at 21c
Another lot of samples of sta
tionery, usually to SOc, at 21o.
to 98c, at 39c
Including cabinets, containing
from 1 to 4 quires of paper; us
ually to 98c; Saturday, 39 box.
Rurf ....Nuk Co. Main Fkar.
Drugs and Toilets
25c size . . .16c
Cream, 50 cent
size for . . 32c
Paste, SOc size
ing Cream, 25c
size for . . . 18c
size for . . . 32c
size, for ... 1S
Large size Pow
der Puff ..10
size for .29c
Cocoanut O i 1
Soap, Be cake;
7 calces . . . 28c
C M.tn FImt.
THE new "Wirthmors" are here
again. They are the kind of
blouses that discriminating women,
who know good values, will buy.
There's just a limited number in
the new lot Saturday. As always
$1.00; always worth more.
Wirthmor Waists are sold here
Burff...Nub Co. Down-St.lr. Store.
Down -Stairs Store
AN exceptionally attractive se
lection of trimmed hats ready
for Saturday; made of superior
quality of silk velvet, all the col
ors. Medium or large sailors and
the small, close-fitting hat. They're
every one a splendid value at $5,
but for Saturday your choice of
the collection at $3.49.
Burf....NMh C. Down-Stalr. Star.
This 9-Piece Earthern Casserole Set
in Down-Stairs Store, Saturday, 69c
THE SET consists of covered casserole, 6 custard cups and 2 pudding
basins in brown earthenware, white lined. We considor the value
very extreme at 69c
BurfM.-Nuh Co. D.wa.St.lr Stor.
The New Models of Women's
Fall Boots, Are Now Ready
T17E have never shown so many beautiful shoes as this
season. "Vogue" says fine black kidskin will be cor
rect for the well dressed women ; we are showing over fifty
different styles and patterns in black French kidskin
Burgess-Nash Special, $4-00 Boots
In black kid, lace and button, have the fitting
qualities and appearance of most $6.00 kinds.
Black kid lace and button boots, 8 inches high,
Louis leather heels, at $5.00.
Black kid lace and button boots, 9 inches high,
Louis leather heels, at $6.00.
Black French kid lace and button boots, Louis
leather heels, at $7.00.
A remarkably complete showing in white Sut
ton kid boots, turned soles, covered Louis heels,
Black French kid vamps, lace, 9 inches
nign, wun ail colored kid tops, $9.00.
Genuine buckskin boots, solid colors
and combinations, $8.00 to $12.00.
Saturday is Children's Day in Our
Shoe Section. Our Specials
Girls' dress calf and patent colt button
foot form lasts, sizes
BH to 11, special for Saturday, per pair, $2.00
llVs to 2, special for Saturday, per pair, $2.25
24 to 7, special for Saturday, per pair, J2.7
Boys' Sturdy Shoes
Black velour calfskin, solid leather soles and heels, button and lace
styles. Sizes 9 to 18V4, pair, $2.78. Sizes 1 to 6, pair, $3.00.
vr(M.-Nuk Cm. Sttoui FImt.
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