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THE BEEi OMAHA, SATURDAY. MAY 8, 1917.
ftLL FOR CASH
FOR CASH AT THE VERY LOWEST MARGIN OF PROFIT.
16 W D006E DOWLAS STREETS W
11 .Buying and Selling
lenities us to put on sale tomorrow
aV '""' one hundred Genuine White
Milan Ready-tc-Wear Hats. Styles
decidedly new and different
Ail y pay $7. 50 for or more
Regular 75c Corsets, In me
dium bust, long skirt, four
supporters, practical trim,
sizes 20 to 30. Cash price,
$1.60 Corsets, long skirts, low
bust, four and six supporters,
embroidery trimmed, wide,
heavy front stay, extra hooks
at end of stay. Cash price,
$2.50 Corsets, pink or white,
plain or fancy materials;
rubber corsets in pink, me
dium and long skirts. Cash
75c Brassieres, fastening
front or back, with or with
out boneing, nicely .trimmed,
Cash price 39c
50c Sanitary Aprons, medium
and large size. Cash price,
Clothing News of Interest to Cash Buyers
You can choose here
Saturday from sev
eral hundred new ,
Spring and Summer Suits with the newest styles, col
ors and patterns for men and young men. All pure
Worsteds and all wool Cassimeres the &
regular prices $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00. J)
All sizes from 33 to 52 chest measure.
Saturday's Cash Price. . ..... ,;J ..........
Remember every Purchaser is Guaranteed Satisfaction by
both ourselves and the manufacturers why experiment?
MEN'S $4.00 TROUSERS AT $2.79.
Over three hundred pairs of men's and young men's
trousers including the famous "Excello" Trousers.
Perfect fitting, satisfaction guaranteed,
or a new pair free.
$4.00 a pair. Saturday
siacnon guaranteed, if
The regular price to 1 jQ
lay Cash Price aw
Copyright HrT Schatfner & Mara jy
Mps't Attractive Low Prices
ty, having Values, Are Our Drawing Cards
ibroidered and lace
At these prices we know
you will find it impossible to
duplicate the quality. Com
parisons are welcomed.
Children's Princess Slips Lace and em
broidery flounces, all sizes 2 to 16, (worth
$1.75. Cash price 98
Envelope Chemise Odd
worth to $2.25. Cash
Stouts in Skirts, downs and Combination
Suits $2.00 values, all sizes to 52 bust,
Silk and Satin Camilsoles and Corset
Covers Gowns in mull and nainsook.
Skirts with embroidery and lace flounce,
worth to $1.75. Cash price 89?
Cash Sale Values in Men's Furnishings
You'll Not Find in the City
Make Selections Early Saturday
MEN'S $2.00 SILK BOSOM
SHIRTS Novelty stripes in fine
quality Tub Silk, French double
cuffs of silk to match (I? "1 , j Q
bosom. Cash price.. pJ-.TxO
Men's $1.00 Soft or Stiff Cuff
Shirts Fancy patterns in new
Spring styles, all sizes to 17Va
Men's 656 Summer Underwear
Fine quality ecrujotton Shirts
and Drawers, long or short sleeve
Shirts, double seated Drawers, all
sizes to 46. Cash
Men's 65c Work Shirts Made of
blue or gray chambray cloth, cut
full size and well made,
sizes to 17. Cash price.
Otfords, in gun metal, button and blu-
ssjregular price $3.50, Cash price.$2.65
iJn's Semi-Dress Gun Metal Shoes, in
hi tyt is cheap at $3.00 on today's
iclKid Lace Shoes, in all sizes, with kid
erLoms heel. Our regular $3.50 seller.
dlityle Gents' Shoes, all sizes, button
s-V-eoTilar price $2.25, Cash price.$1.48
L r '
Specials for Saturday
200 Boys' Norfolk
Coats made with three
piece belts each suit hav
ing two pairs of Knickers.
A splendid 1 assortment of
patterns in gray and brown
mixtures. Sizes 6 to 18 years.
Regular Price to $6.00
Cash Price $4.39
A wonderful display of
ladies' All Linen Hand
kerchiefs, -inch hem,
vwere 15c, Cash price Sat
urday at, each TloC
, Georgette Collars and
Sets, in all the new styles,
were $1.25, Cash price
Saturday . 89c
Organdy and Swiss Col
lars and Sets, filet lace
trimmed, were 59c, Cash
price Saturday 45c
Organdy Collars and
Sets, lace trimmed and
embroidered edges, were
25c, Cash price Saturday,
Save on Drugs and
Toilet Goods Wants
25c Borax Perfumed Bath Poirder,
our cash price 17 it
25c Cuticura Soap, our cash price,
10c Palm Olive Soap, our cash
25a Pasteurine Shaving Stick, our
cash price 16
25cX"Be4 Bug Powder, our cssh
25c Woodbury Face Cream, our
cash price 16
11.60 Oriental Cream, our cash
price SI. 15
25c Itoboiu Toilet Cream, our cash
25c Tolleteer, our cash price, 17
1 lot Toilet Water, values to $1. our
cash price 39
JOc Bocabelll Castile Soap, our cash
25c bottle Witch Hazel, our cash
' Price 15
60c Jap Rose Powder and 25c box
Jap Rose Cream, regular price
of the two 75c, our cash price for
50c Rubber Gloves, our cash
$1.50 Fountain Syringe (guaranteed
2 years) $1.15
Men's $2.00 and
$2.50 Hats, at $1
A special lot of Men's High
Grade Soft and Stiff Hats in
styles and colors that are cor
rect. While this lot lasts yoa
may satisfy your Hat needs at
unusual savings. On sale Sat
urday, Cash price $1.00
J. B. Stetson Hats, all new
styles shown at.... $4.00 Up
Tou Can Save Greatly
On These Specials in
Folding Ironing Board rerular
prlco ll.lfi. cash price, no
Clothes Wrlnerrs, regular price, ll.ss,
our caah prlco , IMS
10-xaL Garbage Cow, regular prlco
12.20, our cuh prlco gag
Cm rent, regular prlco 12.71. coon
lino Wash Hoard, regular prlco J6e,
our caoh prlco too
Chair Stop I .add en, regular price
11.69. our oaob prlco Il.tS
tt-tnrti Gtnlfi Hoot, regular THc ft..
our cash prlco, ft So
Scinch -orr!m Tlooo, regular prUe
14c ft., caoh prlco, ft 7c
14-inch I.Rwn Mower, plain hearing,
regular 13.46, our conn nilco. .. .SI.bS
14-ln. Lawn Slower, ball bearing,
regular 14.50, our cash pries. ...S3.4S
STAB Of THS DKSKHT. y B. M. Bower.
Roaion. Little, Brown & Co. II. as.
There is not one detail of ranch life
or range riding, one bit of desert or
trail in the locale of this story which
is not taken irom the real west. As
for the stories B. M. Bower weaves,
f they sren't true, they might as well
be, fo truthfully do they reflect those
qualities of human nature that ap
peal to east as well as west, since love
and loyalty and danger and despair
and treachery are universal.
SLIPPY MrOFIC. By Mario Conway Cm-
ler. New York. Tho Century Company.
The story of a burglar, a priest.
some butterflies, two villains and
Mary Virginia. By a new writer with
a fresh touch. In the fabric of the
novel is woven a love story of great
charm and tenderness and an exciting
story of blackmail and other villainy.
ALL OF A SUDDEN CABMEN. By Oua-
lavo Kohbo. New York. O. P. Putnam a
8ona. SI 16.
A little wsif, left at the opera house
door, is tenderly mothered by mem
bers of the company and becomes a
real stage child, living in an atmos
phere of music learning the songs
as another child might learn to talk.
It is the story of her babyhood, child
hood and maidenhood to the moment
she rose to the great emergency and
was awarded the coveted laurel
dOI.D MUST BR TR1KD BT FIBR By
Richard Aumerlo Maher. Now York. Tho
MarUlllan Co. 11. SO.
This is the story of Daidie Grattan
from the time she revolts at the
monotony and drudgery of her exist
ence as a mill hand, through that
period when something closely akin
to tragedy touches her, to that hap
pier time when she sees the fulfill
ment of her dreams.
THE) aUN BTtAND. By Jameo B. Han
dryx. New York. O. P. Putnara'a Sons.
Like "The Promise" this book is a
rugged story of "North of 60," a story
of exciting incidents of craft, of
despair, of generous courage, of lofty
purpose, of the battledore and shuttle
cock existence ot a girl tought lor
on the one side by a man whose pure
love cries out for her companionship.
and on the other by an equally de
termined person whose incentive is
money, lust, and who is ruthlessly in
pursuit of his ends.
MISTRKSS ANNK. By Temple Balleyi
Philadelphia. Tho Penn Publtahlng Co.
This is a story of a girl in Mary
land, an aristocrat by birth, who
teaches school, believes that work is
worthy service, and tries to see
straight into life. Two men, a writer
and a physician, come into the little
community of Crossroads. One is
weak, the ether strong. One is at
Michael, the other makes love like a
cave man. And both need Anne.
Around this situation is woven a
strongs sweet, wholesome, love story
of clashing forces and of golden
dreams come true.
navy, the khedive of Egypt's army
and the American diplomatic service
are described with vividness and
breery humor in this notable autobiography.
LLOYD OBOROB. By Frank DUnot. New
Tork City. Harper Broa. II.
A irst hand picture of the personal
ity and life of the leader of England
drawn by Frank Oilnot from an ac
quaintance of many years.
THB SOUL or GERMANY. By Thomm
r. A. Smith. Now York. Qeorge H.
Doran Company. 11.21.
A short while ago reluctant accept
ance of this book obtained in some
few quarters. Today we stand aghast
at revelations of deceit and hypocrisy
incredible. We relinquish our faith in
Germany as we part with a friend
who has proven renegade. And this
book justifies the social and political
ostracism of Germany today.
' Juvenile Fiction.
LITCILE. Bltl.NOKR OF JOY. By Elliabath
M. Duffleld. Sully A Klolnteloh. 11.00.
The third of the "Lucile" books
that have won such an immense
popularity among girl readers. No
more winsome or charming heroine
could be imagined and in this book.
as in the previous ones, she conquers
all hearts. She and her chums have
a series of adventures, some thrilling,
others humorous. The book is per
meated with the Camp Fire spirit and
is steeped in sunshine.
SCOTT BURTON. FORESTER. By Edward
a. Cheynoy. Now York. D. Apploton A
A wholesome out-of-door story for
boys, in which an American boy, a
genuine tenderfoot from the east,
goes west to take a course In for
estry in the University of Minnesota.
He learns very quickly that there is
a tremendous difference in the train
ing for work that a boy gets in the
two sections of the country. It is
not only a good story, but it gives a
wealth of forestry inform tion that is
absolutely authentic and is written
especially to appeal to the boy's point
1 THB CALL Or TH REPUBLIC. By Jon.
Dution Co. II.
In practical direct words, without
oratorical flights or sermonizing, the
author proves beyond any shadow of
idpubt for all reasonable persons that
universal military training is the only
safe solution of our present condition
of "unpreparedness;" moreover, that
it is also the only fair and the only
democratic form of. military service
possible in a republic
WHEN CHRIST COMES AGAIN. By Oeorgo
P. Bckman. Now York. Tho Abingdon
Preal. II. IS.
A sane and tempered view of the
scriptural teaching concerning Christ s
second coming. While offering an
antidote to extreme premillenniatism
snd kindred heresies, the book is con
structive rather than controversial. It
is positive, not negative. It is but
tressed in scripture and its whole look
is cherful and optimistic.
RECOLLECTIONS Or A REBEL REEFER.
By Jeraee Morrla Morgan, fioetoa.
Houghton, Mlltlln Co. 13.
Experiences in the confederate
New Corn Remover In Big
Dema,nd Saya Druggists
Hineo tho vlrtuao of ico-nint aa a corn
remover became linnwn in thle country
druggieta have boon having an extraordinary
demand for thia product and it ia predicted
that thia aummer women will wear amallor
and prettier ahoee than over.
Tho fact that thia new dtneovery which
ia made from a Japaneee product will actu
ally remove coma roote and all and with
out tho llffhteet pain or sorenoaa tl, of
courae. mainly responsible for ito largo and
You apply just a llttlo oa tender,
aching corn and instantly the aoreneaB ia
relieved, and Boon tho corn ia ao shriveled
that it may bo lifted out with the fingers
root and all.
Ice. mint ia a clean, oreamy. anow.whito,
non-poiaonous aubatanco and will never in
flame or irritate tho moat tender akin.
, Cutting or paring oorna often produces
blood pofaon and people are warned to stop it.
Just ask in any drug store tor a small
Jar of ice-mint, which will cost little, yet
la aufflclent to rid one's feet ot every corn
or catloua. You'll lika H Immensely.-Adv.
1 Over Face
The Popular Science for May fea
tures a nonsinkable lifeboat, an inven
tion to prevent the corners of a rug
from curling, a broiler for use on a
stoves using liquid fuel, pumping air
to a diver through a bicycle pump and
many other ingenious devices.
"borne Mark twain J-etters, wus
trated and with photographs, will be
found in Harper s for May. Robert
W. Bruere contributes an article en
titled "Can Demqcracy Be Efficient?"
while "The Home Coming," by Ach
med Abdullah; "On Duty," by Elis
abeth Louise Haskell, and "The Edge
of the Ripple," by Stewart Edward
White, are some ol the interesting
David Jayne Hill, in the May Cen
tury, contributes "Europe's Heritage
of Evil," while Major General Leon
ard Wood has an article in thaf num
ber entitled "Plattsburg and Citizen
ship." Also of timely interest is "The
World Monroe Doctrine," by Herbert
Adams Gibbons. Alexander Wooll
cott writes of an afternoon when he
was allowed to escort Mrs. Fiske to
the play and the article is interest
"Four Days," the story of a war
marriage, by Hetty Hemenway, in
the Atlantic Monthly for May is truly 1
thrilling and heart-reaching. Sir
Frederick Pollock contributes an ar
ticle entitled "The American Plan for
Enforcing Peace." K. K. Kawakami
writes on "Japan and the United
States," while Cyrus F. Wicker takes
up the subject of "Nicaragua and the
Stories by Katherine F. Gerould,
Mary R. S. Andrews and John Fox,
jr., are found in the May Scribner's.
"Our Immiuration Policy after the
War" is a very timely article by Com
missioner Frederic C Howe, other
important articles in this number be
ing "America's Opportunity and the
Young Man" and "The War with
The Munsey Magazine for May
contains "The Story of the Sun," a
romance fascinating, illuminating, de
lightful. It is a story of the big
figures of New York and the big
figures of journalism since the found
ing of the Sun in 1833 down to the
present day. "The Food Problem
in England and Germany" and "The
Evolution of the Cabaret in New
York" are also taken up in this number.
In the Wide World for May will be
found the story of the most carefully
planned murder case on record;
namely, "Th Man Who Didn't Ex
ist" Also "the oerman apy in
France." all about the fraternity of
"The Hidden Hand."
Irvin S. Cobb writes "Looking
Both Ways from 40" in the May
American. "Uo Through the Gar
den" is a story by Frederick Halsey
of a young man who got to tne tront
via the back way. Many other in
teresting articles and stories in this
OB I ,
Was a sight. So bad could
not shave. Skin very red and
sore. Some nights did not
sleep on account of itphing.
Used a cake of Cuticura Soap
and a box of Ointment and
was completely healed.
From signed statement of Win. Knier
ing, 6.110 Cottage Grove, Chicago, III.,
Sept. ZS, 131b.
Cuticura Soap, to cleanse, purify and
beautify, Cuticura Ointment to soften,
soothe and heal, have been most success
ful in the severest forms of skin and
scalp troubles, but greater still is what
they have done in preserving clear skins,
clean scalps, and good hair as well as in
preventing little skin troubles becoming
great ones. This has been brought about
by using no other soap for toilet pur
poses than Cuticura. It is ideal for the
Complexion because so delicate, creamy
Sample Each Free by Mall
With 32-p. Skin Book on request. Ad
dress post-card: "Cuticura, Dept. H,
Boston." Sold throughout the world.
FORTUNES! AND DREAMS. By Astra
Clolo. Now Tork. Sully Klolntsloh. It
A practi-r.l manual of fortune tell
ing, divination and the interpretation
of dreams, signs and omens. Most
of the tables have been gleaned from
very old authorities.
THFJ STUDY AND ENJOYMENT OF PIC
TURES. By Gertrude Rlchardeon Brig
ham. Now York. Sully Klolnteloh. 11.11.
This book is the result of the au
thor's extended study, teaching and
European travel, and offers a popu
lar guide to pictures. It treats of
the relation of art and literature,
especially during the nineteenth cen
tury. THB ALTAR OP FREEDOM. By Mary
Roberta Rlnehart. Boston. Houghton
Mtmin Co. 60 cents.
An aDoeal to the mothers of Amer
ica by the well known authoress,
written in a wonderf"" fascinating
way and teeming with patriotism.
J.0I1S THINGS MOTHERS SHOULD KNOW.
By Mao Savoll Croy. Now York. O. P.
Putnam's Sons, 11.60.
Information regarding tiny babies
and growing children; their clothes,
care, food, training and entertain
ment. The book embraces everything
from the pre-natal precautions to the
rearing of the child to a healthy ado
lescent. Huntlniton Leans to Meet.
There will bo a meetlna of tho Huntington
league at the Omaha alleys Saturday at
I p. m when tho prises will he slven out
and special business for nut Mason wlU
bs taken uo.
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