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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1918.
STATE READY FOR
T. C. Byrne Announces Drive
Will Start Soon; Interest
Rate Probably Will Be
4 1-2 Per Cent.
Organization throughout the state
for the sale of the third Liberty loan
bonds is practically completed.
"It is apparent now that the cam
paign will start soon," announces T.
C. Byrne, state chairman. "There is
no exact information yet as to the
date, or what the size of the offering
will be, but we feel sure the amount
to be sold is between $6,000,000000
and $9,000,000,000. Recent offerings
of treasury certificates would indicate
that the rate will be Al2 per cent."
"Nebraska is ready to do its part
again," said O. T. Eastman, manager
of the Omaha branch of the Federal
Reserve bank. "No matter how big
Nebraska's quota is, the experience
of the state committee indicates that
it will be taken. The very real se
rious problem, in the interest of the
commerce of the country, is to have
the subscription well distributed
among the people."
, E. F. Folda, secretary of the state
committee, said: "It is absolutely es
sential that the bonds be generally
distributed. The banks have proven
that they are behind the government
to the limit, but banking assets must
be held liquid so that the banker in
every community can take care of the
business of his depositors and bor
rowers, because it will be necessary
to create a credit that you can loan to
your government. There is not
enough cash on hand or available
funds to absorb the entire loan."
Volunteers Are Working
With Membership Committee
A platoon of volunteer hustlers of
the Chamber of Commerce marched
out of the headquarters Friday morn
ing to assist the membership commit
tee in hustling memberships to a to
tal of 2,500 They will continue the
work Saturday, and probably finish
The co-operation of all club mem
bers will be sought today and tomor
row in getting new members. Letters
have been sent to every member with
an application blank enclosed, and
every member is expected tc make a
special effort to bring in some friend
as a new member.
Not Up to Standard
Army enlistments in the Omaha
district were the smallest during
February of any month since the en
trance of the United States into the
February enlistments totaled 545
men. The January enlistments were
785. An active campaign will be
made for recruits this month. A new
branch station has been opened in
Creston, la., for the summer. cam
paign. Recruiting officers will be sent out
from the Omaha office to the smaller
towns where recruiting stations are
. not maintained, in an effort to obtain
more enlistments. An endeavor will
be made to enlist 800 men from the
Omaha district this month.
Swedish Society Regales
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Meurling
The Swedish singing society, "Nor
den," tendered a farewell reception
Thursday night to Mr. and Mrs. Emil
Meurling at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. P. A. Edquist, 802 North Forty
Mr. Meurling, who has been editor
of the Omaha Posten for the last
seven years, will go to Minnneapolis
as editor-in-chief of the Svenska
Amerikanska Posten, the largest
Swedish paper there.
John S. Helgren, Sam Simonson,
Louis Henderson and Hjalmar An
derson made speeches and several
poems written for the occasion were
read. Mr. Meurling made a response
to all the complimentary remarks and
Enemy Aliens Notified
Of Last Day to Register
German aliens are notified that Sat
urday will be the last day for obtain
ing registration cards, according to
the law as defined by the attorney
H. J. Nielsen and Frank Rose of
the police department have main
tained an office in the city council
chamber for several weeks. On and
after Monday enemy aliens must be
prepared to identify themselves by
showing registration cards.
A Special Sale
A- dainty corsage for Milady, a
boutonniere or a pretty plant for
your home, all lend nature's charm
to these first days of Spring.
Beautiful sweet peas in various
colors, very special Saturday, at
Fresh Carnations, 3c
Fresh carnations, very specially
priced Saturday, at. 3c each.
Potted hyacinths, white and col
ors, special, at 19c a pot.
Daffodils, narcissus, tulips, etc.,
at special prices.
Friday, March 1, 1918-
-Burgess-Nash Store News for Saturday-
Phone D. 137
aiirday at Jwgess
Another Fascinating Demonstration Saturday
oj Burgess-Nash Style Supremacy Featuring-
Newest Spring Hats
at popular prices of
$5.00, $7.50 and $10.00
A MOST interesting display
jtx. planned on a broad scale.
An event for which we have as
sembled numerous copies of the
most recent creations by foremost
New York and Paris designers, in
addition to a special group from
our own workroom.
Included are models for dress,
street, motoring and pastime wear
types that will appeal to women
of discrimination and refinement
for each hat has an individuality
all its own.
Individual French rooms for
those who prefer to make a selec
tion in privacy
Burges-Nah Co. Second Floor
For women who wear small
sizes, this is, Indeed, a most un
The offering consists of
sample pairs, also several hun
dred pairs that are soiled and
mussed taken from our own
stock, otherwise in perfect con
dition, and offered at fully 25
to 33 per cent under the pres
ent market value.
The assortment consists
mostly of sizes 54, 5, 6, and
6V4, the price, $1.29 a pair.
Bure-Naah Co. Main Floor.
Drugs and Toilet Goods
Soul Kiss cream,
Dr. Graves' tooth
paste, large, 23c.
Orchard White, 33c.
Espey's cream, 22c.
Senreco tooth paste,
Massatta t al c u m
R a c a r m a toilet
1 lot white ivory
Daggett and Rams
dell's cold cream,
1 lot H. L. Hughes
hair brushes, 89c.
S 1 o a n's liniment,
Nuxated Iron, 79c.
Lavoris, small, 22c.
Sal Hepatica, 24c.
A Glimpse at the
New Spring Suits
$25.00 and $29.50
Suits that show spring in every line. This means
their styles, individuality and distinctiveness, are such as
will appeal to the woman who gives a thought for the
The style trend is a de
cided change from seasons
past conservation of wool
materials has not brought
about a lessening of smart
lines and styles of the new
The skirts are narrow, the
coat sleeves are tight and
the shoulders close fitting.
Where extra materials have
been used, if any, is in the
ripple flare of the coats.
Some of the new suits
show the Eton effects ;
others the pony jackets, and
still others the smart severe
ly, tailored effects.
The materials are poplins,
serges, tricotines, p o i r e t
twills and mixtures.
Black, navy and the
Prices, $25.00 to $29.50.
Burgess-Naih Co. Second Floor
" Thread Silk Hose
The famous "Burnasco"
quality, black or white, full
fashioned, regular made foot,
also seamless, special 85c a
Women's Hose, 50c
Black or white cotton, full
fashioned, full regular made
foot, double garter top, "Bur
nasco" quality, at, 50c a pair.
Pure Silk Hose, $1.35
Women's black or white pure
thread silk hose, full fashioned,
at, $1.35 the pair.
Thread Silk Hose, $1.75
Black or white, pure thread
silk, full fashioned, full regu
lar made foot, double garter
top, our "Burnasco" quality,
$1.75 a pair.
Burfeii-Nuh Co. Mala Floor
You Can't Duplicate These Shirts
at Anywhere Near the Price
AND there is no telling when such a good value will
be offered again, the upward tendency of the mar
ket will most likely preclude a repetition of such an
The shirts are splendid fitting and well made, cut
full and large of plain and fancy carded madras, har
mony and garner percales, pongees, mercerized cloths,
Russian cards and other soft materials suitable for high
Laundered and soft cuffs, coat style.
You'll want a half dozen when you see the quali
ty and patterns offered at $1.15.
Men's Handkerchiefs. 15c, 25c
Hemstitched colored borders and plain
white. Some with initials. Big assort
ment for selection at 15c and 25c each.
Men's Sample Hose, 25c
White and black, and some fancy colors
included, priced at about 12 price, at, 25c
Men's Neckwear, at 75c
Men's rubber lined spring neckwear, a
new shipment just received. Beautiful as
sortment of patterns and colorings, 75c.
Muslin Night Robes, $1.00
Splendid quality, cut full and extra
length. Bought before the advance and
offered to you at the same rate of saving,
Burftt-Naah Co. Main Floor
Brittle, at 29c
Peanut or cocoanut brittle,
fresh made, best ingredients,
Saturday, 29c lb.
.Nut caramels, vanilla or
chocolate flavor, fresh made,
special at 33c lb.
Burieta-Nath Co. Main Floor.
Early Spring Styles of Women's
Boots, Pumps and Oxfords
RICH, beautiful, splendid fitting model oxfords for early spring
wear will be correct , '
We mention just a few of the many styles fifty different pat
terns from which to select.
Black Russian calf, light welt sole, cuban heels, perforated tip.
Dark shade tan calf, circular vamp, turn Boles, full Louis XV
heel, Briancliff last.
Same in all patent colt.
Dark tan Russian calf, welt soles, leather cuban
Black kid oxford, light welt soles, cuban heel.
White Nile cloth oxford, welt sole, low cuban
fiiack kid oxford, low heel, comfortable last
Black kid pumps, patent kid pumps, gray kid
mimDs. brown kid Dumps, tan Russian calf pumps.
black Russian calf pumps. Price range $5.00 to $10.00.
The Early Spring Boots
All kid with Louis XV covered heel including:
Gray kidskin, brown kidskin, fawn color kidskin, white kidskin,
golden brown kidskin, ivory tone all kidskin. Prices range $8.00,
$10.00, $12.00 and $13.50.
Saturday is children's day In our shoe section. The only store
in Omaha where the famous Educator shoe for children can be
i Burfeaa-Nath Co. Second Floor
THERE is no better or more important news in this en
tire paper than this about these men's suits, which
we have reduced for Saturday to $21.50.
Every garment possesses all the points there are to a
suit, thorough satisfaction with the way it fits, the way
it's made and the way it looks and wears splendidly
In style and fabric
everything that is
new is represented.
The tailoring shows
the master touch of
All sizes represent
ed, from 33 to 46.
There's a wide
range of materials,
serges, good staple
styles that will be de
sirable for the com
ing season. All re
duced to the one
BurfMt-Naih Co. Fourth FIooi
SATURDAY TILL 6 IN THE DOWN STAIRS STORE
Dresses, at 29c
Also aprons, bloomers,
caps and shirts, plain white
and light or dark colored ging
hams, slightly mussed but
very special at 29c.
Burgeis-Nash Co. Down
" Good desirable styles, white
or colored, nainsook, voile,
flaxon, and organdie, prettily
trimmed with lace or em
Burg-est-Naih Co. Down
Pretty shade of pink, splen
did quality, all pink, silk taped,
exceptional values, Saturday, at
Burgeat-Naih Co. Down
Hose, at 15c
Unusual values are these cot
ton hose for women at 15c
pair, black or white, double
tops and seamless, special at
Bur(..-Nath Co. Down
Special, at 25c
Women's1 fine cotton hose,
black, white or colored, with
seamless foot, very special,
Saturday at 25c pair.
Burfei.-N.th Co. Down
Sizes for girls and misses,
made of heavy cheviot in
plain white or with assorted
colored collar, cuffs and
girdle, at 49c.
Burgtss-Nash Co. Down
Charming New Silk Dresses
Featured for Saturday at
WE'RE certainly enthusiastic
about these dresses we offer
Saturday at $16.50, and you will
be also when you see them. Made
in a number of pretty ways of
crepe de chine, chiffon, taffeta,
satin, foulard and combinations,
in styles for afternoon and street
Tunic, straight line and draped
models, beaded and embroidery
trimmed, very special, when at
New Skirts, '$5.95
Made of good grade of taffeta,
and trimmed with shirrings and
pockets, black and navy, at $5.95.
Women's Coats, $6.50
New spring weight, sport plaids
and checks, length, large cape
collar, belted all around, pockets,
very good value, at $6.50.
Burgei.-Naih Co. Down Stafr Store
A Remarkable Display and
Sale Saturday of
New Spring Hats
SHOW room samples, bought at a tremendous sacrifice.
New individual shapes, including
Large Lisere Sailors, Dainty Poke Bonnets,
Shiny Watteau Sailors, Small Nifty Turbans.
Some are combined with the finest quality georgette
crepe, others all straw, black and all colors.
Burftis-Nath Co. Down Stair Storo
Several Hundred Pairs of
Men's Good Shoes Reduced
YOU will certainly
They are all clean
and new. made for
this season's selling-
no job l,ots or old
Black calfskin, Eng
lish last, oak tan
niov onifcirin. rinPT anles. which will outwear leather.
Black calfskin, tan Russia calf tops. ;
Black kidskin, wide toe last.
Black calfskin, high toe, button.
Tan Russia calfskin, high toe, button and lace.
Boys' School Shoes, $2.65
Black calfskin with solid leather soles, button and lace, $2.65
Burf-Naah Co. Down Stair Storo
Men's Sample Shirts, at QCp
Extreme Reductions Saturday
THE spring sample line of a big jobber which were bouht at a
sacrifice, this together with odds and ends from our own
stock are offered at a tremendous reduction from the regular or
untouched price. The materials are heavy percales, mohairs and
crepes in the most desired color and pattern, made with French
cuffs, and negligee collar attached. .
All arranged on tables in sizes and lots for quick and con
venient selections at 95c.
Burf M-Naah Co. Down Stair Storo