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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1916)
THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1916.
Trapped by 'Phone
);n Forger is Nabbed
Andy Tuinitis of Friend passed a
worthless check in Omaha, the police
say, and then went home. Officer
John Holden knew the man and
'phoned to Friend, sayingi "I'll be up
on the next train; meet me at the
depot." Tunitisvwas there and is now
in Omaha waiting a hearing.
"That's the first time I ever made
an appointment with a man to get
arrested," said Holden.
First Methodists Make
. Dignified Dinner Waiters
If you see religion and modern dig
nity marking the man wearing an
apron, you know then by those tok
ens that your waiter is a member of
the First Methodist church. The
men of the parish have promised J.
P. Bailey, chairman of the social com
mittee, that 4hey will "be subject to
the beck and call of every diner at
the jollification dinner in the church
parlors this evening. An organ re
cital will follow the repast. At 8
o'clock Prof. Hunt of St. Paul will
start a motion picture lecture on Yel
lowstone park. x i ,
Bellevue Men's Club
Organized at Banquet
The Bellevue Men's club of the
First Presbyterian church was form
ally organized Wednesday evening
when a banquet was held in the
church manse. Fifty of the men of
the church, including many of the J lowing officers were elected to take
college students, were present. i the place of the temporary officers
W. A. Shafer was toastmaster and ! installed last week: Rhmold Ohman,
short talks were given by Rev. Mr. I president; William Paxton, vice prest
Raup. youngest pastor of the oldest : dent; Professor P. W. trans, record
Presbyterian church in Nebraska, ! secretary; Paul I Lummings, pub
and Dr. Charles A. Mitchell. I Itcity, and Robert Walker, treasurer.
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I The Economy
Two Great Sale Days
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
In Everything You Need
Women's, hisses' and Children's Hear FIUE BIG BARGAIN
Warm, Soft Blankets
Full-Size, Wool-Finiih, Cotton
Blankets, in tan, white, gray
and fancy plaids; $2.50 val
ues, sale price, ' t QQ
per pair V s70
64x76-inch Cotton Blankets,
extra warm, fleecy nap, in
white, tan, gray, and fancy
mottled designs. Regular
$1.40 values; sale QC
price, pepair JOC
Wool Blankets, three-quarter
and full size; beautiful qual
ity; neat plaids, broken checks
and plain shades; absolutely
dependable; $5 QA OP
values, per pair. . iP3
Good Grade, Full Size, Silko-line-Covered
ed with good grade lofty cot
ton; light and dark aolors.
Regular $2.00 J1 OQ
values, each. .... V 1 07
One Lot of Men's Fleece and
Derby Ribbed Shirts and
Drawers, in ecru, gray and
random color. About 30
dozen; mostly all sizes; regu
lar 60c values; sale oe ,
price, garment. . . . . . OOC
15 Doz. Men's Sample Sweater
Coats, wool mixed and all
wool. Plain and ruff-neck
$1, $1.50, $1.98
One Big Bargain Square of
Men's Fleece-Lined and
Derby-Ribbed ' Union Suits, r
medium and heavy weight. .
Regular $1.00 7E,.
values, suit. ....... (OC
Men's Sample Flannel Shirts,
in tan, gray, brown, blue
$1.00 .d $1.25
Warm wearables, all good styles, made of
materials that will wear well and give you
perfect satisfaction. Now is the time to outfit
wife, daughter and child, and save mdhey in
doing so. TWO BIG OPPORTUNITY DAYS
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
Women's and Misses' $C QC
Winter Coats PO.OO
$7.50, $10, $12.5Q and $15 Values
Several hundred splendid coats,
made of plush, corduroy, chinchilla,
fancy mixtures, rough cloths, etc.
AH good, up-to-date, practical ,
styles, many fur trimmed collars
' and cuffs. Sizes to fit all women
and misses. The CORDUROY
COATS are all satin lined with big
fur collars. Many of the PLUSH
COATS are also all satin lined with
big fur collars.
Women's and ' Misses' , Suits
$10, $12.50 and $15 Values
Many, different styles, all good materials, such as all
wool serges, poplin, gabardine, fancy cloths, etc. Well
made suits, with good linings. Good materials, excellent
workmanship and good styles. -'
Dress Skirts $1.85
Hundreds of Skirts for women and misses. All-wool
serges, poplins and corduroys, in all colors and white. Fancy
stripes, big plaids, checks etc. All good styles, big pockets,
highTelts, fancy" braid trimmed; $3, $4 and $5 values. '
Silk and Cloth Dresses $2.85
Hundreds of women's, misses' and juniors' Silk and
Cloth Dresses, many, different styles, in all the wanted ma
terialscorduroy, serges, fancy cloths, silk poplin, etc. Not
a dress made to sell for less than $5.00, from that up to
$8.50. , Many are samples, others in all sizes and colors.
Good materials and good styles.
Girls' Coats $ 1 .85
Ages 2 to 6 and 6 to 14 years. DozenB of styles, made
of good quality chinchilla, corduroy, fancy mixtures, etc.
All good styles. Warm winter coats'at a .very low price.
$3.00 and $4.00 values. ' ' - - - -
Men's and Young Men'
Men's and Young Men's '
Three Big Lots
1.98 2.50 2.98
. Extraordinary values In these
lota. A wonderful assortment
of patterns' and colors. Such
materials as all-wool blue
serges, plain gray worsteds,
striped English worsteds, mix
ed and striped cassimeres;
also the Famous Hairline , .
Pants that stand hard wear.
1. 982.50 2.98
Man's and1 Young Man's Mack .
inawi, in all popular patterns
and shades. A handy coat.
3.98, '5t. 8.50
Man's Sh.p-Lind Coats,
with moleskin, duck or cor-'
duroy on the outside. All
sizes, in 'different lengths
5.50 '6.50 7.50
Blankat-Linad Duck Coats, all
$2.50 , $3.50
Woman's Cotton Union Suits,
medium weight, fleece' lined. 1
High .neck,; longvJ sleeves;. H
Dutch neck, elbow sleeves;
low neck and sleeveless. Reg
ular and extra - - in
.sizes, at ...tvC v
500 Pairs of
x $3.00 to $4.50
7 aluae of
' The offering comprises an assort
ment of shoes in a large variety of
Styles. Accumulations from our for
mer sales. Sizes 212 to 5. In one big
group for Fridayand Saturday, at, the
200 Pair Women's White Suede and Canvas Shoes,
hand welted soles. Good range of
Women' Kid Juliets, rubber heels and patent tip ;
turned soles. Sizes from 2V2 to 9, flj 1Q
Boys' and Little Gent's Shoes, in box calf and
velvet calf. Sizes from 1 to 5 ; t 1 QQ
Children's Shoes, in vici kid ; blucher cut. Hand
turned soles. Sizes 1 to 5; 4.Q
pair . rTO
Men's and Women's Felt Shoes. Right now is
the time to buy felt shoes; if you wait you will
have to pay more.
800 pair, all in one group, values to
$3.50; special, Friday, pair
Domestics. Flannels. Dress
Beautiful Fall Suitings, light and dark' grounds. Off
' the bolt, per yard -
Kimono and Wrapper Fleeca Flannel, neat styles.. Milt
lengths. 10c value, per yard t
Dress and Shirting Prints, mill lengths up to 15 yards.
6c value, yar
"Made in America" Dress Ginghams, neat checks, plaids
and stripes. 10c value, special Friday, yard
27-inch Fancy Outing Flannel, extra heavy fleece.
Friday, per yard ; .-.
Comforter Coverings, light and dark grounds. Neat Persian
and oriental styles.' Sale price, yard .
Amoskeag Best Grade Fleecedown Bleached Outing .
Flannel, off the bolt, Friday, yard
36-Inch Plain Ecru and Fancy Etamine and Curtain
Scrim, fancy borders. Full bolts, Friday, yard
Mill Remnants of Devonshire and Kilt Cloth Suitings,
desirable lengths, easily matched. Sale price, yard
Pur. Indigo Dy Apron Gingham, all size checks. Good
quality. Per yard
36-Inch Black Sateen, highly mercerized. Bookfold. Best
grade. Special, per yard
36-Inch Bleached Muslin, mill remnants and shorts.
'While 1jhe lot lasts, per yard , ;
A Sale of Untrimmed Hats and Trimmings
At Prices That Are Away .Under Value
YOU CAN COME HERE on Friday and Saturday and pick out a very stylish Hat
shape, buy the trimmings, and when the Hat is finished, you will have paid only
a very, very small sum for it. The sale is so good that we will continue it for two days.
50 Dozen Silk Velvet Untrimmed Shapes, all the new desir
able styles; mostly black, some colors. Worth to $2.98, at. .
100 Dozen New Beautiful Flowers, such as gold and silver roses, large vel
vet and silk roses, ornaments and many other flowers. Regularly oq
you would have to pay $1 for these flowers. Our price, Friday. . . ; . . OuQ
Tor dress and school wear. Velvet and cordilroy; also tarns. Hats if.
that sell regularly for $1.50, Friday ,vC
Boys' Cloth es
at Big Savings
Boys' Suits,; $3.75'
They are worth a great deal more.
Two-Pair-Pant-Suits, in grays,
browns aim fancy mixtures.
Tweeds, Cassimeres and Cor
duroys. Ages 5 to 16
Bargain Lot of Boys' Overcoats, all, splendid win
ter coats in different style effects. ; Dark and
light colors. Ages 2 'a to 12
Flannel Blouses, brown, blue, khaki and gray.
Good weight flannel blouses, just the' rj
thing for now. Ages 5 to 12 years OUC
Boys' Sweaters, good heavy cotton sweaters, in
blue and gray. Ages 6 to 14 years.
Special Friday ....... .3 C
A Big Lot of Boys' Sweaters, grays, blues, cardi
nal and maroon colors. Warm and good look
ing sweaters . Ages 5 to 14 years. d nr;
Special , . . J 1
C. M. C, special, ball.. 64
50c Notion Boxes, each, 104
1 Machine Thread, spool, 2 V4 4
Wash Edging, Bias Tapes,
. lingerie Tap. and Other
Tapes; special, bolt 44
Pearl Buttons, regular 15c
grade, card 54
Elastic Remnants, Friday,
at . .: 3 for 54
Hair Nets, special, each, 14
Darning Cotton, special, the
Shall Hair Pins, large box
Wire Hair Pins, 6 packages
Best Wooden Suit Hangers,
Wash Edging, extra wide.
Stocking Feat, pair.,.. 54
Hair Nets, with and without
elastic, each 1
On. Big Lot of Crochet Cot
ton, slightly soiled. Regular
6c and 10c balls 2H4
3-Yard Bolts of English
Twilled Tap. 1
Mill Ends and Travelers'
Mill Ends and Travelers' Sam
ples of All-Wool Dress Goods,
in all the wanted colors and
weaves. Many matched pieces.
Most useful for skirts, dresses,
misses' frocks, etc. OP
Each piece SOC
On. Big Lot of Mill Ends, in
a large variety of dark and
medium colors; almost all
wanted weaves, many match
ed pieces. Each f
y Remnants of All-Wool and
Worsted Dress Goods, in all
the most desirable weaves and
colors, such as Serges, Pop
lins, Gabardines, Broadcloths,
Novelty Suitings, Coatings,
tc. Lengths from IK to 5
yards. Special, Friday, each
95c, $1.39, $1.95, $2.19
Women's and Children's Cot
ton Handkerchiefs, plain and
colored; rolled henutf Worth
to 6c, special, each... 2 4
Mill Ends Huck
$1.35 Spreads, $1.00
For Friday, One Case of
Crocheted Bed Spreads, hem
med ends. Large size and
very pretty patterns. (Limit,
3 to a customer.) Each. $1.00
Table Cloths, 49c
About 500 Table Cloths, 2
yards long, and made of a
bleached linen-finished dam
ask. Large range of patterns.
Friday, each 49c
Turkish TowelEnds, 3c
10c and 12l2c Toweling, 7c
About 6,000 Yards of Bleach
ed Huck Toweling, the stripe
fiatterns. All desirable
engths; also - half-bleached
Cup Toweling. Special, yd. 7c
1,000 Yards of Fin. Scrims
and Etamines, values 1 A
to 30c, choice llC
On. Cas. of Fin. Laccr'Cur
tains, ecru and white. Dozens
of patterns. Very AQf
special, each , . . TTaC
; Sale of Enamelware
A factory clean-up of two different
lines of High Grade Blue and White
Ware, which they have discontinued to
manufacture on account of inability to
get raw material.
Some of the pieces in this lot are more
or less damaged, but every article a great
bargain at the price.
2, 3 and 4-quart Coffee Pots, enamel covers.
2 and 3-quart Tea rots, enamel covers
8 and 9-quart Coffee Boilers
10, 12 and 1 4-quart Water Pails
3 and 4-quart Rice Boilers .
4, 6 and 8-quart Berlin Sauce Pots, enamel covers
ij-quart Preserving Kettles
6 and 8-quart Berlin Kettles ',
1 4-quart Dish Pans ,
Large size Chambers.
4 and 6-quart Lipped Sauce Pans'
4, 6 and tj-quart Preserving Ket
tles Medium size Chambers
4 and 6-quart Stew Pans
4, 6 and 6-quart Baking Dishes. .
4-quart Pudding Pans
Any size Cup
Soup Bowls , , ,
Dippers, any size or style1. r. . , ,
Any Size Mixing Spoon.
No Phone, C. O. D. or JJail Orders.
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