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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBER 31. 1916.
LIBRARY BUYS TEN
Number of books
Ask for and Ct
THE HIGHEST QUALITY
36 Pug Recipe Book five
JX1KNER MFG. CO. OMAHA, UJLA
UlttST HAOtOKl FACTORY IN fcMMKA
S' hool hrancr,
Numh'-r of imok.-. in school
and deposit titations...
Rooaa hound in library bind-
cry 10,19 9.99"
The figtirea tor the school room lihrartcs
arc eMunut-d for the last term and all other
statistics fjr the last hnlf of I lecftnb-T.
j Number of Registered Borrow
MoaJi's Liniment Relieves Congestion.
A 5orn a you ipp'y tfioan a Liniment, the
congestion disappears and your pain is gone.
Bodily warmth Is removed :'- AH drug
ers During Year Is Twenty
ASK LARGER ALLOWANCE !; Want
A !. rim ua- Kciu is.
IwtN "Ho wii Sen: Year" Raskin siyi: III V
f Nt IJL2?i hieruone. "Sunshine t
l A'or tare's o florf weather; A
"Ho ppu Se
Hope you're hod
.1 o( of fun;
Hope hi in' re made
( h twenty,
Hope you'll hare
And never mind
For there's a
Little bit of weather
Who wants to go shopping.
Braces v p,
Mo such thing
ANDIK tn DHflel ha (lis l being
used for hut tu well an bloum1.
LAfK ntt t tti and hemp hai"
fUlll of Ihr i iirvi-d varl' iy
ihuwn for mUlMrason.
SUnPRISKP: I Iruly wn surprlwJ
The sulet good, urn dlaplnyd on
table In Orchard Wllhelm'"
ind look more Ilk an art enhlhlt than
a aale. .lunl llnten to th atlrartlv
tlilnva ! found thre; Two -relonrie
laino ahadpit tho very handnome
one you ao much admired at actually
1-1 off. Two of tli lovaly Utile
Charlotua Oi white, altort allk frck.
Jut long enough to conceal a apool
of whlt linen thread I'harloltc wa
11.10, and fhe will com" to live with
you for f 1,00 Jual berauae "lie !
ashamed that no one took her lumie
beforn Chrlattnai). A white enameled
f-ane and lavnndar leather-filled ae
Ing baaket that wbk tn 00, for tll.Zt.
One In natural colored matting and
dark gren leather ))?.&, for
I am mentioning only thae few thjngn.
but I know when you vlalt Orchard
& Wllhalm'a on Tuesday morning that
you will Im delighted with the real
January bargain on tha tablea In the
HKRB'8 a auvfoatlon quits worth
while: Htarl a Ulft Box thin
month arid begin In d your
nhopplng early fnr nest Chrlatmaa
white you can do It no much mora
comfitrtably and economically. Think
of all tha pretty and uarful giftfi that
tun be picked up for a marr aoiig at
ihla neaion of tha year when (he Janu
ary bhIch ar on. In onit of the Miopn
I found IumI auch a box to Mart thl in
It'g called a Lingerie Hn and In a
neat of three In one, and I hi- df light -ful
tiling about then hone, you can
ue tlic container ait a gift an well aa
NOTE thi well! The wlx houio
wlfe will aurtly ! Interested to
know of the unmiualled opportu
nities offered by Ttmnipaoii-Belden'n at
their annual January Linen Sale, com
mencing; Tuaaday of thia wek. They
have had linens atom) In a bonded
warehouaa for the laat eighteen month
-iom that could not he duplicated
now at any price, but whirh will all he
on aalt at a aavfng of 40 to 60 per
cent over prevailing price. If you're
fonaidering; the purchaae of new table
linen or beautiful Cluny or Madeira
piece, this la Indeed a rare oppor
tunity. ONE of the prettiest blouaea ! naw
thia week wa one made of shadow
lace with chiffon lining in caml
eolo effect trimmed with Iridaacant
ribbon veiled with lace.
UP-TO-THE-MINUTE amartneaa in
shown in an all over mustard
yellow calf boot with top 1 1
Inches in height and extreme Louis
XV heel of self tone kid. Mr. Napier
says that mustard yellow will be one
of the leading Spring colors In foot
wear and ia very swagger now In New
York. The price of this beautiful boot
Is 1 12.60 at Napier's Bouterie In the
Rose Bids- liOok for It in the window
You'll nurely admire it's charmingly
NOTHING could be more genteel
than patent leather hoots with
oft kid uppers that fit smoothly
without a wrinkle.
CATCHY I and oh so tunefully raggy 1
"I'm a (teal Kind Mama," by an
Omaha composer. Mr, Pal ton play
January Kales will begin after the New Year and I will be
glad to help out-of-town women take advantage of them thia
week. He careful to give an accurate description of articles
desired or clip the big ads from the other parts of The
"Bee" and send them to me. The merchandise will be forwarded
to you C. O. I). Do not send mc any money.
POLLY THE SHOPPER.
for me at Honpe's. Price SO
JUST for the sake of the sweet,
young girl of fourteen, who dimply
dotes on the art of Terpsichore,
there is a dream of a dancing frock of
white tafTeta, fashioned quaintly with
double Mkirt edged with wide scallop"
each scallop finished with tiny two
fold ruffles of ribbon. The hahy waist
finely lurked and finished with lace net.
Nweel little pink and blue rosebud peep
coyly from among the rufflcN mid la'c.
Altogether H had audi an artful, de
mure look I hut I wan romlndrd of a
little old- faun toned frock he lo Hiring to
my grandmother locked up In h funny,
old leulh'T irunk In our attic. When 1
wan n lti of h girl myself, It whs such
fun to find It there and drc up and
"Jut pretend ."
LAST week I told you it wan going
to happen and now listen while I
tell you the Time the Place
and t be Mho p. TncMdny morning at
IK!i Karnam which la A. T. Benson's
Specialty Shop, there'll he a clearance
sale of suits, coata and dresses at a re
duction or 26 to 88 1-8 per cent. This
attractive store has been opened hut a
nhort time, ao everything is lovely and
fresh. You'll be wise if you get there
at N:30 sharp, to make your r lection
before thr crowd arrives. This shop
make a specialty of catering to the
whims of the fastidious young miss
but, of course, there are lovely clothes
for Mother, too.
THAT hnby girl will be a Tiny Tot
next winter and if you have an
eye to the future and consider
economy, there are cunning coats for
her of velvet, beautifully smocked, soma
fur trimmed that can be bought now
for about half the price you'd pay next
PBRKKCn.Y at ease! Ye. you'll cer
tainly he, if you let Mrs. Donohoe
of the Vogue Shop, fit your coratt.
Hhe's a specialist in that line.
THK girl who akates and this win
ter every girl does must have a
cornel of Imported irtcot: elastic
wshblng Is addud to give perfect freedom.
AT Ur. hard ft M Uhelni Is a
Chaise Lounge cover the one
(iial wan 17500. PI cane iko it
now will!.' It It at ill parfsctly frexli
for IM'.Oii, Also one of those beauti
ful pillow that you did not seo elne
whre. at jfcu.OO, for L'.un. A few
other idllows that I know you will
want while they are still unhamtled
the i: 0(1 ones at :i 3d; IT 00 nnen
at $4 tlV
AmsCOVrOHY' Mid yo Know I
must rotifcna t did not, until h
clever girl told me the other day
that silk 1m nip nhdp.s ran he dry
cleaned ( i'rfV (tun ? So do not titil
late t( buy iw lliHt ha iv -n redurnl
In price, hoeuuxc It Is H trlfl' no! led
Mroriidc boxen, which run lie pli hfd
up now for wo much Iphh than t any
other lime of t he yiir. ran nlo !
made In look quite like new If Mcnt to
a careful cleaning establishment.
PA1VTRD WOOIl! The furore of
fifth Avenue and the fad of
Una tin. fainted wood door
wedgen pa inted lady atringholdcrs
and painted flower vsaea. Thene very
attractive novelties are specially priced
at Orchard & Wllhehn'a this week.
HURRAH! Still another week that
you can apply your Christmas
check towards the first payment
of a piano or a piano-player at Hoape's.
M r. llospe jocosely remarked. "You
know, Polly, this is the swap store,
where your cash present can be
swapped for a lovely picture, picture
frame, or something beautiful in
bronae, wood, brass or the aristocratic
Cordova leather to decorate your home."
Really you'll want, as do 1, some of
these wonderful thinga - and remember
there ia 20 per cent discount all this
week on all goods displayed at Hospe'a.
I BOUGHT a pair of surety, ma
hogany candle Htlcks last week for
a lady and she writes that they add
so much to the attractiveness of her
pretty new home.
IN ALL their frewh loveliness looking
like the true harbingers of Spring
are the e.xqulslh I'Vcnch blouses of
lace shown at that smart shop,
Lamond'a. 2rt Floor. Kose Rldg. Georg
ettes, too. with the effective yam cm
broidery In dainty color combinations.
PAISLEY is so popular just now that
it Is seen on most every spring
PH'CM a treat a I had r1d;
Own Mo wed to peep at
Knnv hul. fnr u.t.i..h lU.
l.nttlv Khun holri iIik v. l.i-i, ..
in Omaha. "Individuality'' In thr key
note of Knox hats. The trimmed
"Knox" comes In flk ihkh nH
ret nrid In eoreiiltona Ity r-mart. Mighty
good looking, too. arc (tin apori and
sailor effect In i'Moh splits and Ital
ian Milan. Tou ll want at least one of
these wonderful hut for Spring,
AVKRITAIII.K .spring perm Is h
dainty. falrv-Mhe creation a
flowerrd Challii hat This little
hat Is Hn.'cl ith a hnrni(mUing shade
of hemp or tHinloo straw.
10NSITLT personally with Miss Cole
at the Lingerie Shop, now nee
Bldg., about any repairs you wish
made on your prwtty frocka. Hhe doea
such clever work and her charges are
FROU-FROU of lace and billowy
silk in soft pink tints with
touches of ribbon and French
roeea la an adorable hudniade bit of
an undergarment made up in The
PLAIN black boots, both lace and
button style, are exceptionally
good for street and aeml-dreis.
QUITE the best resaon for owning
a silk sweater is to have one to
wear under a party coat. So a
pretty girl behind a counter told me
rb she displayed some beauties. One
in the new plaid effect was wonderfully
AS A HAPPY consummation to an
afternoon at the matinee, I can't
imagine anythinr more delightful
than a pleasant chat with your friend
over a "Dewey Special" consisting of
Angel food, ice cream, chocolate goup.
topped with whipped cream and a
cherry. Doesn't it sound delicious 7 Try
one this week at the Merritt Drug
Store, Rose Bldg. Their luncheonettes
too, arc so appetising!
FOR the school girl or business
woman a dark blue serge dress,
with a touch of the bright embroid
ery in worsteds or beaded effect to re
lieve it's sombre nes 3, is, to my mind
the ideal costume.
STKAKINn of the H. t. of L., I would
ad vino my readers to purchase sev
eral pairs of shoes this season.
I have it from very good authority,
that we haven't begun to realize how
hoe prices will he advanced.
HAVK you visited the Haas Sample
Suit Shop, Balcony Floor, Pax ton
Block T You'll marvel at the
wonderful gowns on display there in
all the prevailing materials and new
shades. The prices are such an Induce
ment that you can really afford to have
two pretty frocks in the place of one.
IN K EEP1NG with the receptive
mood of the afternoon Georgette
gracefully combined with crepe
meteor in the new raisin shade and em
broidered in self tones of silk, fine
lucks at the waist line to give that
straight, slender effect, a cape collar
which fell in a charming way almoat to
the belt, is a wonderful frock which re
ceived more than a few momenta of my
attention this week in one of our new
HERK'S a suggestion to Omaha peo
ple for a New Year's resolution-
I read it In one of the New York
Oentlemenl Will you join the street
car Courtesy Club? The only condi
tion of membership is that once a day
you yield your seat to a tired woman
or girl. Remember, your mother, wife
or aiater may sooner or later benefit
by your kind example.
Ladies I Will you join the street
car Courtesy Club T Membership is
easy for you. To the occupant of a
Meat who yields it to you a pleasant
"Thank you" is your privilege and hia
due. That's all.
AUK you footsore and weary? If so
vittil The Comfort Shop. 601 Rose
Bldg., and talk with Miss John
ston, who is an expert chiropodist
she assures successful cures of noft
corns in three or four treatments
there's really nothing more painful you
know than soft corns. It's well worth
the price of lii. Her foot massage is
1 Almost 10,'XXl more books were nur-
i r Iiafd for the Omaha Public library
j i'i 1916 than in 1915, arcordiiiR to sta- .
' itics prepared by Mis Kdith To-
I bin. librarian. The number added in i
j I'M 5 was 4,988.
' This record was made possible be-
i.dii3c j inr new nuuKvi allowance,
, which wrni iulo effect in 1916. The
library board, however, expects to
j a .sit for a larger allowance this year,
j as tin um available in 1916 was very
: inadequate to meet the varying de
! mands made upon it.
Hie total number of registered bor
! rower is J4.4.U), a decrease of about
1 3.000. but this number does not in-
j elude the children who borrow book
at the outlying schools where they
I are not required to have library cards.
I Besides the South Side branch and Ir
i the one maintained at Central Hitrh 'i
w.w,.l , ..,k. ...i.i:.; i W
iiuui, a iiuiiun! Ul dUllllliilldi Ut pns.-
it .stations are placed at desirable
! It is the plan of the library board
( in add to the number of deposit sta
i tions as soon as more funds are avail
able. Miss Tobitt's figures follow:
riome i ircmauon 1916
1 Mnln library jR.:'h(
I h-'posll unil nfliool stations. . 1 22 44-'
I South 8lo branrh 4:i,i::7
High Mohool branch l,9H
' Total 433.275
"crease in mil
Registered borrower 27,3hS
Hooka In foreign language
Itefereooe and reading room
Book added by purrhaae
Total number of books in li
brary ayatern 119,207
Number of books In South
Sale of Typewriter
No. 3 Monarch, Remington,
lateBt model, just like new. $45.50
Mo. 10 Royal, used but a
few months $47.50
No. 2 L. C. Smith, in fine
condition, standard key
board, back spacer, two
color ribbon attachment. . .$35.00
No. 5 Underwood, perfect
condition, late model $42.50
No. G Remington $12.50
Xo. 4 Smith-Premier $10.00
And many other bargains too
numerous to mention.
Write or call for price list.
'Ve buy, sell, exchange and rent
all kinds of typewriters.
Typewriters rented, $1 per month
Typewriter ribbons for all
Carbon paper for all purposes.
Samples and prices furnished upon
Let us save you 30 on your
typewriter and office supplies.
Midland Ribbon I Carbon Co.J
Be Bldf. Omaha, Neb.
Bee Want Ads
We wish all our friends hiicI patrons a prosperous and
nappy new year!
Please accept our assurance that we wish to do everything
in our power to make our business relations profitable
nnd pleasant for both of us.
If at any time you feel that you have been over-charred
or that our work is not as food as it should be, we hall
consider it a favor if you will tell us so thut we can ad
just the matter to your satisfaction.
"We're Here To Please"
By GUY LIGGETT, Pre.ident.
4 of the Seas
I PJj4 Byrne & Hammer JJ i
i Dry Goods Co.
I V ASe Manufacturers of JTnS'
131 418 'C ' ., -
I Am the New Year
I bring with me three hundred and sixty-five days.
These days are all full of goodness and kind
ness and brimming over with opportunity.
There is a smile in every dawn and a blessing in every
sunset in my stock. Prosperity, Peace and
Plenty are the materials out of
which my minutes are made.
These good things are all yours for the taking, free
But I have one more suggestion to make: Insure the
happiness and good health of all these days
insure the hearty appetite and the rugged
digestion that are essential to whole
some living and the sound sleep
that shall round your wak
ing hours by the reg
ular use of
HOLSUM AND KLEEN MAID BREADS
Jay Burns Baking Co.
Late Street Car Service, Hew Year's Eve
For the accommodation of persons attending New Year's Eve
parties, later-than-regular street car service will be furnished on
the night of December 31st, 1916.
The special late cars will leave down-town points as follows:
16th and Karnam (South) 2:0(
lttth and Farnam (South)
16th and Farnam (North)'. 2:0'
16th and Farnam (North) 2:2(
16th and Farnam (.North I 2:3')
1 6th and Harney (West) 2:1:
16th and Harney (Fast 2:11
Kith and Harnev (Fasti 2:41
16th and Dodiro (West I 1 :4i
1 6th and Dodge ( Fast I 2 :2C
Kith and Farnam (West) 2:0.:
16th and Farnum (West) 2:1?
Kith and F'arnam (Fast) 2:H
16th and Farnam (East) 2:5i
24th and Farnam (South) 2:0(
24th and Farnam (North) 2:0(
24th and Farnam (South) 2:2(
BENSON AND ALBRIGHT LINE
1.1th and Farnam (North) 2 :0(
Kith and Farnam (Southl 2:0i
WEST LEAVENWORTH LINE
loth and Farnam (South) 2:0(
loth and Farnam (North) 2:0(
SOUTH OMAHA LINE
14th and Farnam (Southl 2:1(
14th and Farnam (North) 2:1.'
14th and Farnam (North) 2:4.
14th and F'arnam (South) 3:1!
14th and Howard (Eastl 2:1!
Pearl and Broadway (West! 2:1;
The regular owl-car service will be maintained in addition to the
Omaha and Council Bluffs Street Railway Company
a.m. To 29th and Dupont.
a. m. To 32d and Valley.
a. m. To Florence.
a.m. To 30th and Fort
a. m. To 24th and Kansas Ave.
a. m. To ,13d and Parker,
a. m. To 6th and Center,
a. m. To 10th and Pierce.
a. m. To 30th and Spaulding.
a. m. To 10th and Pierce.
a. m. To 46th and Cuming,
a.m. To Happy Hollow,
a.m. To 10th and Valley,
a. m. To 10th and Pierce.
a. m. To 44th and "L".
a.m. To 24th and Lake,
a. m. To 24th and Vinton.
a. m. To Benson,
a. m. To Albright.
a. m. To Elmwood Park.
a. m. To 45th and Boulevard.
a. m. To 4,1d and "Q".
a. m. To 42d and Grand,
a. m. To 24th and Ames,
a. m. To 24th and Vinton.
a.m. To Rock Island Depot, C. B.
a. m. To Omaha.
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