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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1916)
THE BEE: OMAHA.' SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 1
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las been so mild up to this time that many
Winter Coats-great luck for them in this an-
so much more than we are asking that we
leave it to you to judge for yourself-We
a true mental picture, but be assured that
fine, styles, the richness
Ms For Every
mcessions in Price
mto cash made a remarkable
ve are enabled to offer them
n's Winter Fabrics, such as
rtrewse, i Navy, Copenhagen,
Heavy, beautiful guaranteed
f around bottoms, half and full
cape and quaker collars.
o llli, insuring tixclusiveness
Lot 2 $ 24.50
i6Q we haven't said half enough about it.
irsolp 1 representative while in New York a few days ago, was for
eridnt h to purchase more than 1,200 Blouses of the most dainty
sack me a prize and at a price that will enable us to sell them for
esfl V an you know they are worth.'
veti careful to choose ofily those
nd tjflorings that would be most ac
id jmsi stock of Blouses out for
ejr wl'l w picked up m a jilfy.
spMljvftl or exchange.
olu hStocks From Our (fil I (AT
m& '.Makers , e3uM ?
Sample Drape Veils 59c
Many beautiful styles and patterns in the assort
ment. Net Veils, with chiffon borders, fancy and
plain meshes with two tone borders. Shetland Wash
Veils, fancy applique lace Veils and Circular Veils.
In black, white and all the popular shades; worth up
to $2.00 each, at 59c each.
A Mew York Manufacturers samples.
of their colorings.
concession to us and we
to you at prices which
Black and Brown -
linings, new wide flare
belted models, large
Silk Hosiery for Women,
high novelties, fancy stripes,
polka dots, plain colors in
shoe shades and for evening
Women's Silk Hose, plain
and fancy, lisle garter tops;
full fashioned; high spliced
soles, heels and toes. All
colors. Worth to $1.00, spe
Women's Fiber and Silk
Boot Hose, all shades, also
black and white. Fashioned
and seamless. Wide lisle
garter tops; double heels,
toes and soles. Extra sizes
in black and white .... 59
Women's Fiber Hose, col
ors and black and white.
Seamless, double heels and
toes. Special Saturday, at
Mises', Children's and
Boys' Hose, all weights.
Some have triple knees,
double heels and toes. Elas
tic, heavy and fine ribbed.
Sale price, pair 25
Children's Hose, heavy
and medium ribbed. Double
heels and toes. Good weight.
Very, special, pair 15
Intants' Cashmere Wool
Hose, silk heels and toes.
Black, white, tan and red.
Special, Saturday, pr..25
Two Pair of Pants
Make These Suits for Boys
Give Double Wear
EVERY mother of a healthy, growing boy will be glad to
obtain a suit that will wear just twice as long as the ordinary
kind. And the whole secret is this TWO PAIR OF PANTS
the pants always wear out first so we give two pairs.
For the best wearing school suits ob
tainable. Every suit with two pair
of full lined nants. A complete array
of serviceable colors to select from; all in tnose smart
new styles. Ages 6 to 17 years.
Skate Pocket Mackinaw
TWO BIG TABLES of these popular coats". Every
coat with two extra large skate pockets. Pretty shades
of green, purple, brown, red and tan ; also gray mix
tures. Priced as low as $4.00 and to $8.50
A Blouse Waist Sale.
65c Values, at.. 39
'A special lot of Cheviot and Eton Cloth Blouses.
Just the blouse for winter wear.
Neat blue and white, black and white, and laven
der and white stripe effects. Absolutely fast colors.
Eton collar styles for ages 6 to 8.
Military collar for ages 8 to 16.
Christmas Hints From the Neckwear Store
Scarf and Cap Set
Nice Warm Scarfs and Cap Sets for the
kiddies, and also their mothers. Satur
day ,$1.50 to $3.25
Drugs and Toilet
Java Rice Face Powder, box..25$
4711 White Rose Glycerine Soap,
cake i 124
Massatta Talcum, special, the
Pond's Face Powder, 50c size
Djer-Kiss Vegetal Toilet Water,
Jap Rose Cold Cream, 25c size
Stillman's Freckle Cream, 60c
Aubry Sisters' Dry Rouge, the
Eyebrow Pencil, in slide, spe..l04
Physicians' and Surgeons' Soap,
Physicians' and Surgeons Soap,
Essex Peroxide Soap, 10c cake
Pure Castle Soap, 1-lb. bar.. 94
Hughes' Ideal Brush, $1.50 value,
for '. 984
Pompeian Olive Oil, 50c size can
Jap Rose Toilet Water, 50c size
Peroxide of Hydrogen, 1-lb. bot
Rubber Sheeting, 36 inches wide,
Rubber Gloves, all sizes, the pair,
at . .294
2-Quart Fountain Syringe, $1.00
White Pine Cough Syrup, 26c size,
Glover's Mange Remedy, 50c size
Horlick's Malted Milk, hospital
Lustrite Nail Polish, 25c size,
Manicure Buffers, regular 60c
Y omen s Union suits, part
wool. All styles and sizes.
Ankle lengths. Worth to $2.25,
Women's Union Suits, wool
finish. All styles and sizes. An
kle lengths. Spe- . .
cially priced suit vU
Women's Union Suits, fleece
lined and medium weight cot
tons. All styles. Regular and
$1.00 values OfC
1,200 Bamboo Sand
wich and Fruit Baskets,
with cretonne lining in
These baskets are
very pretty and most
useful they make very
gifts. A Special
for Saturday, at. -25J
From 5 to 9 P. M.
Tomto Bouillon en Tanse
Queen Olives Celery Hearts
Roast Your. Turkey with Dressing
Browned Sweat Potatoes
Cranberry Sauce String Beuu
Waldorf Astoria Salad
Hot Corn Bread Hot Rolls
English Plum Pudding, Hard and
Apple or Rhuhard Pie a La Mode, or
Ice Cream and Cake
Tea Coffee Milk
Special Hawaiian Music
or conservative, medium shades. All sizes.
Boys' Sweater, Great Array
Fancy stripes in various colors. Plain shades in
tan, cardinal, maroon, navy, light gray and dark gray.
Shawl collars, button-to-neck styles or V-neck
Ages 2 to 10 years $1.25toS2,50
Sizes for Big Boys $1,25 to $5.00
Boy' Overcoat Sale
A brand new1 assortment of new coats. Pinch back
styles or Balmarue styles. Chinchilla Coats In all
wool materials. Blues and grays. A good assortment
of mixtures. Ages 2 to 12 years. Every coat worth
a lot more than our price $4.00
Exceptional Sale of Collar Price Re
duced for Saturday
New Georgette Collars and Broadcloth Collars,
square back effects. Special for Saurday. . . - 98
Beautiful Hand-Embroidered Swiss Collars. Regu
lar $1.25 to $1.50 Values. Saturday, 75 and 984
Kayser Guaranteed Washable
Leatherette Gloves Specially priced
for Saturday only 89c
. These gloves come in white or white
with black backs, also a few colors. The
genuine Kayser make, obtainable now
in only a very few places, as they are
made in Germany, and no importations
have come over for months.
Every pair is guaranteed by the
maker and by us. They look as good as
leather (as millions of women know
throughout the country), but wash and
wear much better.
These gloves should sell, according to
the present market, at ?1.25. Our on.
price Saturday OIt
Perrin's and Adler's Guaranteed
Washable Kid Gloves, our lines are still
complete. These beautiful soft gloves
combine practicability and good looks to a greater ex
tent than any gloves we know of.
They are guaranteed washable, and every pair is ac
companied by a written guarantee. Adler's and Per
rin's Washable Kid Gloves can be obtained in this store
only, in Omaha.
They come in pearl white, mastic gray, tan, black and
ivory. With or without 41 7C ,J (O
contrast backs. Pair ' pl.lO ana
For Children Lined Kid Gloves, Gauntlets and en
Mittens; warm, durable and practical DuC
Danforth's Broad Cut Gloves for Children, unlined,
silk lined, or fleece lined. Suede or kid. They fit the
little ones from 1 to 14 years of age, and they are cut
broad and made of soft, pliable kid so that they
fit the little hands 1 ne J M on
perfectly Ji.zo ana $i.oy
for Cold Weather
Women's Medium and
Fleeced Cotton Union Suits, all
styles and sizes. Knee and an
kle lengths. Worth to n
76c, at 50C
Children's and Boys' Union
Suits, Fleece lined cottons. Me
dium and heavy weights.
Worth to 69c,
all sizes JvC
Misses' and Girls' Vests,
Fleeced Cotton Ankle Pants to
Match. Ages 2 to 12 years.
25c values, .
garment 1 it C
Stories of Holland
Told in Costume
CHILDREN are sim
ply delighted with the
Stories that are being
told to them on the Sec
ond Floor, by
Miss Cora Morris
(The Story Telling Lady)
The Twins, Kit '
and Kat, are real
ly Christopher and
Katrina, but their
Christopher and '
words much too
long for such little
folk, and that Kit
and Kat would be
much more suit- ,
able. So Kit and
But, come and hear the
wonderful story Miss Morris
has to tell. She shows Kit
and Kat, too, during the
Sessions each day,
2:15 to 8:15, and 4:00
to 6:00 Saturdays,
10:30 and 3:30. Second
For Real DresBy Suits with Two
Pair of Pants. Nobby 8-piece belt,
pinch back style. Light or dark colors
DAILY ON STREETS
Life's Tragedies Lurk in Com
monest Happenings Which
Oet Little Attention.
GRIEF IN PIC.E0N FAMILY
By A. R. GROH.
Today we will contemplate a few
strange sights observed in the down
town streets of Omaha within the
last few days.
I saw an elderly man with long
?;rey hair and a sadly solemn serious
ace. lie wore a long, blue, army
overcoat and he bore aloft in his hand
a square board on which was painted
the legend, "Have Faith in God," and
on the reverse side, "God Is Love."
He looked neither to the right nor to
the left, but walked slowly along the
sidewalk near the curb.
Sorrow Among Birds.
Scattered straw and twigs and sev
eral little broken eggs lay on the side
walk at the corner of the Saunders
Kennedy building, Eighteenth and
Douglas streets. It marked a tragedy
among the feathered people of the
High up on the ledge of the build
ing two pigeons walked hack and
forth in great excitement. Evidently
they were father and mother of the
babies, which lay crushed on the side
walk. What they were saying to each
other in pigeon English or what grief
agitated their little breasts I can only
imagine. The broom of a janitor or
the shovel of a roofer may have prc
cipiatcd the tragedy. That also I
know not. Passers-by only Saw the
crushed eggs and the shattered nest.
A man drove a one-horse wagon
past Seventeenth and Farnam streets.
The wagon was loaded with potatoes,
about twenty-five bushels of them. It
was without guard, though, for all
I know, the driver may have had a
brace of m'stols under his coat. The
priceless vegetables vcre so exposed
tnat anyone might nave easily
sneaked up behind and stolen several
Boys and Indians.
The apparent owner of all these
potatoes was poorly dressed. But
then, our richest people are often the
most modest in their appearances. I
don't know whither he was taking
tnem. Mayoe to a safety deposit
Two Indians wearing their full re
galia of feathers and beads, walked
north on Sixteenth street, trailed' by
a gang of excited boys. The big bucks
stopped suddenly, and the boys,
startled, scattered in at least three di
rection. Then the stolid red men con
tinued their progress and the small
boy army quickly recovered its
"morale" and hurried after them.
A big Italian with a full-sized cin
namon bear was in our citv a few
days ago. Bruin was muzzled and led
by a chain. His master carried a long
pole and a tambourine. He would
stop, gather a crowd and then take a
collection of nickels after which Bruin
would stand up on his hind legs, stick
his nose" up in the air and move
The fact that millions
of shoemakers in Europe
have laid down the awl to
take up the sword has
overtaxed American shoe
factories. The result is
higher prices, but
remain the same price to
you, in spite of the in
creased cost to us.
Boys', 1 to 6tt, $2.S0
Little Gents', 9 to 13 ft;
Parol Post Paid
1419 Farnam St. I
should have ajar of
to heal skin troubles
Minor skin troubles itching patches,
bits of rash or redness so easily de
velop Into serious, stubborn affections,
that every home-maker should have
Resinol Ointment on hand to check them
before they get the upper hand. We rec
ommend Resinol forthis with theutmost
confidence because of its harmless ingre-
: nients and its success in healing eczema
and similar serious skin diseases.
Resinol Otnrment U an excellent heallnp drewln,
too, lor cnannrii, burnt and etuboorn little Bore.
DoctirtfvtKrihtii, Sold by tlldruefinu, Forum.
fie (ree, write to Dept. 7-N, Resinol, Baltimore. Md.
around in a circle, making a wierd ,
noise, while his master beat the tam
bourine. He would also shake hands " "
with those that wished this honor."
(The bear shook hands, not the '
A "strange sight" which I observed
about three weeks ago, may be of in
terest to candidates. Two boys were
going along distributing the cards of
some political aspirant They paused .
at a sewer manhole and consulted a
moment. Then they dropped a couple
of hundred cards down. But there
was no water to wash them out of
sight. So the resourceful youths re
paired to the opposite corner where, V
behind a bill board, they built a bon
fire and fed the flames with hundreds
of political cards from their canvas
bags, thus saving much walking and
littering up of the streets.
Sultan Has Photo
Taken; Will Be at
Pet Stock Show -
"Sultan," a Persian cat owned by
Mrs. Agues Gover, came up to The
Kcc office to have his picture taken.
He was brought up in his royal equip
age, a market basket.
"Sultan" speaks nothing but the cat
language and so his life is shrouded
in the mystery of the orient. Mrs.
Gover simply knows that he came
hither from Los Angeles. Where he
ahoded before that or at the feet
of what Persian kings his ancestors
basked and blinked their eyes
throughout unnumbered -centuries
only "Sultan" knows and he tells not.
He blinks calmly in the bustle of
western civilization and seems to look
with disapproval upon the folly of
the dollar-mad, rushing Occident.
"Sultan" did not submit without
protest to the camera. Just when
Herman Schonfeld would get him
nicely posed he would jump down and
run under a chair or a developing
tank or back of a cabinet of negatives.
He weighs fifteen pounds, includ
ing his big tail. He bears himself
with imperial pride, a haughty aloof
ness, like a prince held captive in
some foreign land.
He submits to the caresses of the
"unbelievers," but in his eyes seems
to dwell a memory of the plains of
Khorassan and Irak-Ajemi, and he
seems to linger with pensive sadness
on the glories of his ancestors in the
reign of feth-Ali, of Darius, of
Xerxes and of Cyrus.
"Sultan" is to be exhibited at the
pet show next week.
Smell of Garlic is
Rich Man's Perfume.
Horrors I The last straw is the high
cost of living has been reached. Gar
lic, the national dish of Italy, has
increased more than 100 per cent and
there is every indication that it will -go
higher. Commission men attribute
the increase to declines in garlic im
ports from Italy. In fact it is next to
impossible to buy Italian garlic on ,
the market. An inferior grade of
garlic is grown in Louisiana, but '
dealers claim that there is little de-i
mand for the home-grown variety
because it hasn't near the strength
of the Italian product.
Home-grown garlic is retailing at
15-cents a pound, while the foreign
vegetable is selling at 30 and 40 cents.
Mrs. Lfiwis Conies to the
- South Social Settlement 1
Mrs. Elizabeth Lewis, a social work
er from Kansas City, has come to take
charge ot the bocial Settlement in its
new South Side location at Twenty- '
ninth and Q streets. Mrs. John W. ;
Robbins, the president, announces the
opening of activities at the setttle-
ment Sunday afternoon. There will
be a flag-raising; Miss Jo Redfield
will tell stories and musical numbers
will be given. r .
Until recently the Social Settle- '
ment was operated on south Thir
teenth street, but the need was de
clared greater in the South Side, so
the institution was moved.
Teamsters to Get Raise
In Pay Next Monday '
Teamsters hauling coal and build
ing material in Omaha are to get an
increase in pay next Monday. At
least those employed by some thirty- ,
five of the leading coal and building
material companies in Omaha are to
be so favored. Single companies in
some instances have as many as sev-enty-five
teamsters working for them,
Dr. Boll's Ptnc-Tar-HoBBT.
For rour cold and bronchial cough, dm
Dr. Bell'i Plne-Tar-Honey. . It cuta tha
phlnsm, relieves conffeetlon. Only 2Do. All '
Free Turkeys for
250 Turkeys to Be Given
Away Free Next Saturday.
Enterprising Clothing Co.
Will Add Cheer to Your
You don't need to worry about
the high cost of turkeys for your
Thanksgiving dinner when you
can get one free.
Realizing that the high cost of
turkeys would make them prohibi
tive for many a Thanksgiving din
ner and desiring to contribute to
the good cheer of their many cus
tomers and friends, the Palace
Clothing Company will give away
250 turkeys next Saturday.
All you have to do to get one is
to buy that $15.00 suit or over
coat you have been wanting at
the Palace Clothing Company,
14th and Douglas, next Saturday
and they will give you a big, fine,
live turkey absolutely free.
They have one of the most com
plete stocks of clothing in the
city, and you cannot fail to find
what ybu want in their splendid
assortment, and they guarantee to
fit you, no matter what your size
While they have purchased 250
turkeys to be given away, you
should see 'them as early as pos
sible Saturday to get yours, for
they undoubtedly will not Isst
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