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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEEi 'OCTOBER 15, 1916.
LODGE ROOM NEWS
OF GREATER OMAHA
Omaha J.olge , Will, Entertain
Joint Meeting of All United
ODD FELLOWS TO GIVE BALL
made for entertainments for the fall
meetings. The famous drill team lias
returned to initiation work.
Ben Hut Dance.
Mecca court No. 13, Tribe of Ccn
Hur, will give a aerie; of dances this
whiter,. jcommenam! next Thursday.
I October 19 will be an open meeting
for the members and their friends.
Ancient Order of United Workmen.
Omaha lodge No. 18, Ancient Order
of United Workmen, will be, host at
the joint meeting of all the Omaha
lodges to be held at the temple next
Tuesday evening. This yill be the
second of series of get-together
meetings conducted under direction of
the central committee, and members
of all lodges in Douglas county are
asked to attend, and bring along a
friend, whether a mentber of the order
or not. There will be all kinds of re
freshments, and as the reputation of
No. 18 as entertainers is well known,
there will be no disappointments.
Co'.onel T. W. McCullough will give
an instructive talk, using as his sub
ject ' Mexico." Mr. McCullough has
traveled extensively thro igh the coun
try before the present unpleasantness
and since the outbreak along the bor
der has kept in close touch with both
sides of the question, and his news
paper experience enables him to give
us a few pointers.
At-the meeting last Tuesday eve
ning the grand recorder, together with
Grand Past Master Workman Wall
ing, were in attendance and gave very
interesting talks relative to the han
dling of the attairs ot the grand lodge
and also conditions as they exist
throughout the state. The order has
just passed a very prosperous year
and membership is on the increase,
i The entertainment usually given on
the third Tuesday of the month for
members and their families will be
omitted this month on account of the
joint meeting, but will be resumed
The Ancient Order of United Work
men Bowling league is arousing con
siderable interest among the younger
element of the various lodges of the
city, and tht averages, compare favor
ably with teams of recognized reputa-
Pansy Camp Social.
Pansy camp No. 10, Ro- al Neiph
bors of America, will give a Hal
lowe'en social at its hall, Swedish
Auditorium, Friday evening. October
20. Members and friends arc cordially
invited to sec the ghosts walk.
Royal Neighbors Meet.
The Douglas county convention of
Royal Neighbors of America will be
held at Benson Thursday, October 26.
Afternoon and evening session will be
held, the afternoon session for mem
bers only and the evening a social
session. State Supervisor Mrs. Jose
phine Stonesifer will be present and
give a short talk. All members and
interested friends are cordially invited
... r Odd Fellows.
'Omahi- lodge' No. 2, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, will give a re
productipn .of the first grand ball
given by the lodge in 1858. This ball
was given fin. the first territorial capi
tol building and was attended by John
M. Thayer, Grenville M. Dodge, By
ron M. Reed, John M. Chivington,
Alfred D, Jones, Dr. George L. Miller,
Hadley D. Johnson, George Arm
strong, Asa Hunt, Joseph F. Sheeley,
John Y, Clapper and other Omaha
pioneers who 'were members of the
lodge and order at that time. An old
fiddlers' orchestra has been engaged.
Cpstumes of 1858 will be worn and
the dances of that period will ;' be
danced. , ' ' v' '
. American Yeomen. '
Henderson Homestead. No., 1542.
Brotherhood 'of American Ymert.Uflaptjn JfllkS fit NOOfl
nave completed ineir arrangements
for.Jiotding a series of enteftairiirients
for -the coming fall and winter --
;The :flrs,t .will be held . Tuesday
evehing at their halt, 170$-. iT-intoa
street This will bejinrllie. nature of
, an informal dancing party, to which
all Yedmefl. and their friends-'will be
.The . second entertainment will be
the annaul children'. festival. The
program will consist entirely of num
bers by the children. This promises
to' be one of the most delightful of
any ever given by this homestead.
Prizes will be awarded to those chil
dren who render the most interest
-Woodmen of the World.
Benson camp No. 288 will hold a
bqoster meeting in connection with
the regular meeting, Tuesday even
ing, at Woodmen of the World hall,
Benson. A special committee will be
appointed and an early date set for an
open meeting and initiation of a large
Marconi camp No. 421 will cele
brate Columbus day at the meeting on
Wednesday evening. A special pro
gram will be rendered, giving in de
tail the life of "Columbus," and mak
ing the occasion a fitting celebration
of "Columbus Day."
Schiller camp No. 304 will confer
the Protection degree on Thursday
evening, at the "German Home."
German-American No. 104 will hold
its regular initiation ceremony on
Tuesday evening, at Turner hall.
Robin Hood No. 30 will meet on
Monday evening at Woodmen of the
World hall, Florence. Since the con
solidation of the two Woodmen
camps in Florence, Woodcraft has
taken a new start and now promises
to Be a lie, wide awake, and pro
The quarterly booster . banquet
given by Omaha Seymour camp No.
16, will be given at the Rome hotel
on Thursday evening.
Cedar Wood No. 19 will meet on
Saturday evening, October 21, at Na
tional hall. Twenty-first and U
streets, South Side. . The regu'ar
business of the month will be trans
acted followed by an initiation cere
mony, conferring the Protection de
gree upon a number of candidates.
Thomas camp No. 523 will meet on
Thursday evening at 8,p. m., in Lyck's
hall, Military avenue and Krug park,
to .initiate a large class of candidates
and install oncers, the following
were elected to serve the camp until
the regular meeting in December: J.
E. Rounds, consul commander; J. B.
Dee, advisor lieutenant; Carl Mark
quart, banker; J. C. Barrowman,
clerk, Ed Healy, escort; Harry Han
sen, watchman, and Larry Eatherton,
Omaha Seymoor camp No. 16 will
initiate a class of twenty-five candi
dates on Tuesday evening at Crounse
hall, Sixteenth and Capitol avenue.
The work will 'be exemplified in full
form with special features by Sey
mour guards. It will be an interest
ing session and all sojourneying
Woodmen in the city are invited to
attend. Sovereign Commander W. A.
Fraser will be present and address
the meeting. Refreshments will' (be
served. I '
Scottish Rite Women.
Scottish Rite-Woman's Club held
a meeting on Frii'ay afternoon at the
Scottish Rile cathedral at which a
short musical program in charge of
Mrs. M. M. Heptonstall was given.
After the niee'.ing refreshments were
served bv the following officers of the
club: Mrs. Zora D. Clark, Mrs. Will
iam Berry, Mrs. Cuthbcrt Vincent,
Mrs. J. E. Simpson. Mrs. F. C. Pat
ton, Mrs. A. M. Smith and Miss
Adelia D. Stine. About 100 members
Emma B. Manchester grove No. 156
of the Woodmen Circle held its regu
lar meeting Thursday evening at its
hall in the Crounse building, Six
teenth street and Capitol avenue, be
ing honored by the presence of the
supreme guardian of the order, Mrs.
Emma B. Manchester. An entertain
ing and encouraging address was
given by Mrs. Manchester.
The following day being the su
preme guardian's birthday, a bouquet
of American beauty roses was pre
sented on behalf of the grove by the
captain of the team, Mrs. J. L. Waide
lich with eloquent words of apprecia
tion and good wishes for a happy
birthday. The supreme guardian was
accompanied by Miss Ella Kent, guar
dian of John T. Yates grove.
To Teach Religion to
Laymen, Is School's Aim
"To afford opportunity to the laity
for increased information and special
ized study along church lines," is the
aim of the church school of religious
instruction which has already opened
for its second year in Jacobs hall, 1716
Any person of adult age may enroll
in any one of the six courses. Offi
cers of the school are: President, the
Right Rev. A. L. Williams, S. T. D.;
principal, Rev. Carl M. Worden; sec
retary, Rev. O. H. Cleveland, B. A.;
treasurer and librarian, Kev. ). A.
Williams, B. D.
; Before. Barristers' Club
; Elements in calculating the charge
for. any. kind of legal service was one
phase of the talk given, by John C.
Martin of Central City bfio-e ''ut
Omaha Barristers' club at the com
mercial club rooms at noon, i Mr.
Martin is a candidate for supreme
judge in Nebraska.
Constancy or 'inconstancy of' em
ployment, he said, must be considered,
as also the smaiiness or greatness oi
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Omaha . canip No. 120, Modern
Woodmen of America, meets next
Wednesday evening to invest the
mysteriea of the order to. several can
didates. They will get the degrees in
full form. A number of applications
"ill be balloted on and arrangements
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tlie trust reposed in the attorney. The
probability or improbability of suc
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Personal satisfaction at seeing jus
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part of an attorney's compensation.
Bee'iaj)t:Ads Produce Resullt. r
Blind Boone Plays
In Omaha Churchos
Blind Boone is growing old. Time
il telling its story on the face of the
colored musician. For thirty-seven
years he has been" touring the coun
try, making music peal through thou
sands of churches. He was born in
18(4 and while his fingers have lost
none of the deft counning. there is no.
ticeable to his Omaha friends the
traces of the half century lived.
This city, always a ready welcomer
of the sightless music-maker, has been
more than cordial in its greetings.
Mind fioonc played at the Frst Chris
tian church Thursday night and was
in the South Side Friday evening at
Twenty-third and J streets. The
player and his two singers, Marie
Jackman, soprano, and Margaret
Boyd, mezzo soprano, won admira-
! On Monday night Boone will play
in Florence t Eagles' hall. He will
be at the. Grove Methodist church
Wednesday, evening, . Twenty-third
and Seward. Members of the United
Brethren church in the North Side
will hear him Thursday.
Sunday, October 15, 1916.
MORE NEWS VOR MONDAY.
Phone Douglas 137.-
Announcing A Specially and Carefully Planned
ouse Cleaning Sale
of Home Needs of All Kinds
Blankets I Homefurni hings
IN every home, especially
after the housecleaning is
done, one finds the need of an
odd piece "here or there" to
carry out the scheme of dec
oration or rearrangement.
It may be a rug; an odd
piece of furniture; lace cur
tains ;1inoleum for the kitchen
floor; blankets, or the like.
It's with this thought ,in
mind to . demonstrate anew
the real helpfulness of this
store in assisting the house
wives of this community in the
brightening of the home for
the new season.
Every section of the store
given over to merchandise of
this sort contributes its best
All have extra attractions
in the way of new goods and
special values that will appeal
to the ambitious housewife.
After House Cleaning Sale of
Beds, Dresses, Buffets, Dining and Library Tables, Davenports, Etc.,
Reduced During This Sale.
This Mahogany tied,
t . , U .5 .J,
0 ruur punter ueu, mauc
of solid mahogany. A true
colonial reproduction, spe
cially priced during the
After House Cleaning
Sale, at $19.95.
Morris Chair. $14.75
Push button Morris Chair, sold oak, in the popular
and upholstered in best quality tabneord, adjustable
back. , 1
This $35.00 Dresser,
A true colonial repro
duction in dull mahogany
finish, French plate mir
ror, top is 23x45 inches,
regular $35 value, sale
An exact reproduction
of fie colonial spinet desk
made of solid mahogany,
very substantially built.
After House Cleaning
Sals price, $18.4S.
Six patterns of desks
reduced in price.
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ATTTTJ 1 1 fl 1 1 1
. :i J;" ,' lit) .'
foot rest and
Rocker, exactly like il
lustration, made of solid
mahogany, choice of Will
lam and Mary or Queen
Anne designs, upholstered
in first quality tapestry,
speeial, at, $12.75.
Writing Desk. $9.85 a , i .
Choice of fumed or waxed oak finish, roomy interior and . one
large drawer, well made of solid oak. An exceptional value, at $9.85.
Burim-Nuk Ce-TMrJ Ftoor. ..'' 1
' $2.25 - ,
, . Solid oak dining .room
chair, like illustration. Up
holstered in best quality
genuine leather, slip seat,
fumed finish, special dur
ing After House Cleaning
Sale, at $2.25.
A variety of dining
room chairs to close out
at half price. - , . ,' '
Sale of Room Size Rugs
J UST the sort oi rugs to ongnten up me nome
for the somber winter months.
$28.50 Axminster Rugs, $18.90
Full 9x12 size, very best quality Axminster, range of at
tractive colorings as well as Oriental and floral dssijrns.
$32.50 and $35.00 Axminster Rugs, $2d Hi
Seamless Axm nster rugs, size 9x12, including such well
known brands as "Smith Yonkers and Kirman3;" "Sanford's
Beauvais," etc., small all-over desgns, Oriental and two
tone colorings; were $32.50 and $35.00, sale price Monday,
$47.00 Royal Wiltons, $27.49
Small all-over designs, mostly in tans and browns, full
0xl2-fqot size. Originally $47, a splendid value, at, $27.49.
$75.00 Wilton Rugs, $59.23
High-grade fringed Wilton rugs, very fine qua'ity, in
beautiful colorings and designs, size 9x12; regularly $75.00,
after housecleaning sale price $5j.23.
36x72 Axminster Kugs, were sj.vd, now, !..
27x54 Axm,nster Rugs, were $3.50, now, $1.98. i
Burgm-Naih Co. Th.rj r .oor.
Lace Cu'tains '
were $1.65 CQ-
were $3.00 AO.
Dair. each vOl
After Housecleaning i - ' !
Sale of Lace Curtains
T)RETT Y Craft lace curtains, all full size,' 44 Inches by 2 yards long'
X in white and ecru colors.
were $1.26 "M,.
pair, each OtV, pBir each
Lace Curtains (O 4C
were $3.50, at pair.P"f' were $4.50,
Dainty Filet Net Curtains.
Twelve-point filet net curtains very fine yarn, cream
and ecru coloring. '
With lace edging, were $4.00 pair, now $2.98
Without lace edging, were $3.00 pair, now. .$1.75 '- '
Curtains to $7.00 Pair, $3.75
Sc- im and marqu'sette curtains, with insertion and lace
edges, very fine quality, in cream, ecru and white. Including,
values to $7.00; choice Monday, $3.75 the pair.
Duchess Lace Curtains, !i4.t5
Imported Duchess lace curtains, all new patterns, beau
tiful curtains, formerly priced to $7.60, Monday, pair, $4.95.
45c to 70c Cretonnes, yard, 2ne and 39c.
BurtH-Nuh C TblrS Flaw.
Lace Curtains Q Aft
0, at pail JM.VU
After Housecleaning Sale of
EMNANTS, mostly in tile effects; several of a pattern,
thus making it possible to cover large rooms. Lengths
to 8 square yards, two yards wide ; two groups :
Remnants at OO I Remnants at AQg
square yard OOC square yard tOC
A Complete Stock of Inlaid and Printed Linoleums
, Carefully selected patterns, big range of selection,
boat possible makes.
Inlaid Linoleums, square yard 98c to $1.65
Cork Linoleums, 2 yards square CSc to 85e
Cork Linoleums, 4 yards square...' 85c and 95e
Burass-Nash Co Third F'oor.
Special Monday 10c
l?l R S T
a s s o r t ed
day at 10c.
Brown eart'ien cnsseroles, white
lined round or ovat shape, 7 and
8-inch sizes, were 60c, at 25c.
Glazed eart'-.en jardinieres, as
sorted sizes, to 50c, at 15c.
Jardin'ere and nedsstal n"ttv
ivory finish with fancy rais?d de
signs; 10-inch jard.niere, $4.60
kind, at $2 25. ,
Burgut-Nasfa Co. Down-Stilr Stora.
Sale of Housefurnishings
White japanned flour cans,
gold lettered and trimmed, 26-lb.
size, 98c kind, 69c. .
White japanned bread box,
good size, 59c kind, at 39c. t
Solid brass bathroom fix
tures, heavily nickel-plated,
consisting of towel barB, wall
soapdish, sponge holders, com
bination tooth brush and tum
blcr holder, etc., were 95c, 69e
"Rite Heat" electric irons,
heavy nickel plated, full weight,
guaranteed forever, complete
wit'i detachable cord; $3.50 kind,
Waste paper basVts. mad1! of
raffia with wooden bottom; spe
cial, at 39c.
made of best qual-
V ity corn, 4-sewea,
C polished handle,
n' li 1 50c kind, for 35c.
cast base, 9-cup
size, with spread er
ilate. $4.60 kind
a 1 u minnm
cover. Small size, 98c kind, 69c.
Large sue, $i.bU kind, abc.
Pure aluminum tea kettles
No. 8 size, well made, capacity 6
quarts, $3.50 kind, $1.98.
3-piece aluminum sauce pan
sets, 1 of ea h, I hi quart, 2
quart and 3-quart sizes; $1.76
kind, the set, fe8c.
White enameled and blue and
white enameled oblong pans,
were to C'Jc, at 25c.
Cream vCity first quality gray
enameled lipped sauce pans, 4
and 5-quart sizes, were 25c, 10c
Blue and white enameled lip
ped preserving kettles, 10 and 12
quart sizes, were to 89c, at 39c.
Blue and white enameled Ber
lin kettbs, with enameled covers,
4 and 6-quart sizes, were 89c, 39c
Burgws-NMh Co Down-Stilrt Star.
equipped with silk
s iade and bulb; reg.
$15, for $U.i5.
complete with silk
shade, in varhty of
colors; were $10.00,
Va iety of colors
and designs, were to
$2.50, for $1.48.
Odd lot of
soiled, for 25c
Burg-Nah Co ThlrJ Floor. '
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:i ' -r -.1 .
25 to 33V3 Under Present Market Values
EVEN though higher cost of merchandise is jpredicted,
our prices are fully 25, and in many instances
33'a under the usual regular low price. v v
$9 Wool Blankets, $5 98
White Kentucky Wool Blan
kets, fancy Jacquard borders,
si.k binding in blue, pink, gold
and old rose, s.za 70x82, for
$6.50 2t. Mary's Wool
Ask for style No. 103, pink
and gray oerplaid on white.
We cannot say too much re
gard ng the qua ity and beauty
of this blanket.
$5 00 Wool Blankets at $3 49
Full double-bed size, pink, gray, tan and blue plaids; these are
th'ck, firmly woven blankets, that will keep you warm on the coldest
Beacon Plaid Blankets at $2.98 Pair
Pink, blue, gray and tan plaids, blankets that will be perfect after
several years of constant use, the texture will be as fine and soft as
the day the blankets were bought. Beacon Blankets are known from
coast to coast as tne very highest quality of cotton blankets obtain
Bed Comforters at Fully
33V'3 Per Cent Under Regular Price
Silk comforts, matchless quality, carefully selected silk and satin
covered bed comforts, down and wool filled, offered at the reduced
prices. . .
Automobile Robes at $2.98, $3.98, $5.00 to $7.50 .
Automobile robes which possess worth and durability, the color
and design are of the kind tnat will please,
$3 00 Wool Nap Blankets, $1.98 ' '
The price on these all-wool blankets in many instances are less
than the wholesale cost. Wool nap and wool surface blankets, ex
tremely large size, in gray, white and tan fancy plaids. . - J :
$2.50 Wool Finish Blankets, $1 25 Pair V
Nicely finished in gray, tan and fancy plaids, worth $2.50, n
sale, at $1.25 pair. , ' ;
Single Blankets at 59c
Several thousand single blanket sheets, t'.iree-fourf-S and full
size, in white, gray, tan and plaids, not one in the lot worth under
$1.60 pair, many worth $2.50, an unusual bargain at, each, 59c
Travelers' Blanket Samples, Fancy Beacon Blanket.
Every sample represents a miniature full-size blanket. Thou
sards of them to be sold during this sale at 2H ach.
B"r"iwN-nli ro. Pown-StMn Storo.
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