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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 12, 1919)
THE BEE: UM AH A, SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1919.
Yon pmIi o' tha people u if you won god
To puoiahi not a nun of thtir infirmity. Shaknpeor.
Ha only live, with tha world', Ufa,
Who hath renounced hta own. Arnold.
We Close at 6 P. M. on Saturday.
Opposite Hotel Rome.
S. B. COR. 16 it & JACKSON STS
Due To a Special Purchase We Can Offer
"Dove of Peace" Dinner
Sets at About HALF
Free A Beautiful "Dove of Peace" Plate Whether You Make Purchase or Not
This is the most remarkable sale of fine Dinn
to the fact that these Dinner Sets come in the n
creating such a sensation in the east. It is a de
tinction to your table, and you have only to not
may not occur again in years.
erware that Omaha has known in many years, due
ew and beautiful "Dove of Peace" pattern that is
sign that will add an air of refinement ami uis
r the sale prices below to realize that such values
21 -Piece Dove of Peace
Dinner Sets; Special
Purchase Sale Price
42-Piece Dove of Peace
Dinner Sets; Special
Purchase Sale Price
(50-Piece Dove of Peace
Dinner Sets; Special
Purchase Sale Price
100-Piece Dove of Peace
Dinner Sets; Special
Purchase Sale Price
FREE --DURING JULY-OUR MONTH OF HOSPITALITY
FREE With Loose-Wiles Sunshine
Biscuits Cones for Kiddies
Julv will be a Month of Hospitality with us. We want you to be our
eniests these warm davs when vou are down town, tired and hot from shop-
- . , . i i i . i a
ping and so we are going to serve, every day, tree ot cnarge, neaping aisnes oi cooi, veivevy,
Delicia Ice Cream with those toothsome, Loose-Wiles Sunshine Biscuits. Big cones, heaped
with Ice Cream for the children.
You Have Heard How Nourishing and Healthful ' Delicia Ice Cream Is
. Now we want you to come in and learn ho w delicious and Refreshing each spoonful can be.
We know thatjmothing but the purest of cream a nd the. choicest of flavors is used to make it
tempting pnd satisfying. It is the best Ice Cream in Omaha it is good for you and we want
you to try it.
Dozens of New and Charming Ideas in Cool
Such little prices and such really-worth-while
values in lovely frocks
fashioned from pretty figured voiles, or
'gandies and "wash linens. Distinctive
bits of trimming and ruffles make them
perfect pictures of summer loveliness.
Fashoin has created
no smarter looking
blouses this season than
these mid-season ar-
. . . . ii
rivals, ine styles are
too numerous to men
tion and the values are
A Brilliant Array of Smart
Summer $0 50
There's a wide diversity of models
for summer wear in very good, quality
Georgette; also silk and satin in soft,
pastel colorings. Exquisite embroidering
and beading mke them refreshingly
For Every Occasion
Save on Onyx Hosiery
Spacial I Women's dependable
Onyx Fiber Silk Hosiery, in all
sizes that is regularly AQ
worth 75c, the pair.
Special 2 Women's Pure Silk,
Onyx Hosiery in the popular
shades that is recnlarlv'
C sold at $1-25, the pair. .
of Cool White Materials
Late lines, fetching fabrics
and moderate prices are
sending out these indispens
able and practical summer
skirts almost as soon as they
For home of vacation wear
there are swagger models
tailored in piques, gabardines
and tricotines, priced as low.
Ribbon and Leghorn
Hate of modish beauty that
make one look years younger are
shown in all ribbon or leghorn
models with that "extreme" style
smartness so desirable for sum
mer days. Prices are
$5.95 and Up
My Heart and My Husband
ADELE GARRISON'S New Phase of
"Revelations of a Wife"
The Quest Begins.
Don't be frightened. Mrs. Graham,
we are going to stop in the middle
of this block and walk the rest of
the way. The house is . in the next
Allen Drake's voice was solicit
ously kind, but I resented the pro
tectively patronizing air with which
he spoke. It was the manner a
man would adopt toward an old
woman, an extremely young one or
one totally inexperienced in worldly
Surely, I said to myself hotly, I
had not acquitted myself so badly
in the piece of his work with which
I had been associated during the
war that he should make so little of
my worldly wisdom now. At that
time he had praised the work upon
the important mysterious code
which I had done, although I sus
pected that he had done so grudg
ingly, and that he had been com
pelled to admiration because of the
remarkable memory which some
freak of nature supplemented by
my little mother's training, had
But before I left Lillian's I had
resolved to emulate the well-known
oyster in the matter of expressing
either opinions or emotion, so I con
fined my response to a laconic sen
tence. "I am not frightened," I said in
differently. "This Way!"
"That's good." Mr. Drake was
equally casual. He had already
given the signal to the taxi driver,
and the man drew up the car at
the curb in front of a dark building.
In fact, the whole block was but
dimly lighted, and as Mr. Drake as
sisted Lillian and me out of the
taxicab the whole atmosphere of the
locality seemed reeking with mys
terya fit setting for any sort of
"Wait here for us," Mr. Drake
directed the driver. "We may be 15
minutes, we may be a great deal
longer, but I want to find you right
here when we get back. No scout
ing around the corner for you."
"All right, boss," the man re
joined, good-naturedly, but I won
dered if he did not inwardly resent
Mr. Drake's rather cavalier manner.
My irritation' at Mr. Drake's air
was fast becoming an obsession, one
which troubled me guiltily, for 1
could not forget that his very pres
ence with us meant that he had ex
pended valuable time and skill in
my service, was continuing to give
both. I suppose the nervous ten
sion under which I was laboring
was partly responsible for my cap
tiousness, but the fact remained that
I was rapidly reaching a point where
I feared I might openly betray my
"This wav!" Mr. Drake put a
guiding hand on Lillian's arm, an
other on mine, ana we waiicea m
silence down the street to the corner.
Into the House.
As we reached it Mr. Drake
turned .abruptly toward a jutting
doorway of a deserted ottice build
ing, where I saw two men standing,
the one farthest away trom us, a
furtive, slinking figure, whom I in
stinctively would have feared if I
had met him alone.
The other man, whose type I had
seen frequently when I was assist
ing Lillian in the secret service
work, stepped out into the street
as Mr. Drake turned toward him.
"All right, Watkins?" Mr. Drake
asked in a low tone.
"Everything 0. K., sir," the man
Good! Wait here for five min
utes, then come to No. 237, the
Dress up Shoes
I It seems a bit hard I
SS! i i - m -i r K!
I having to pay $10,
Wi m-t r 1 fl 1 f J
ana $10 ior a
pair of shoes. But
it will be worse
than that, much
i This sale of sum-
I mer styles is like a 1
I gift of money.
I Colonials, Oxfords,
N two hole ties and
II mi w- i-r in fan nll
Sjvcinijjo 111 tun, uuij
U k i d and white
, leather, in the most I
I modern models.
ShnnM that wprp u
$10.00, Saturday, I
at $6.45 I
Shapes that were u
at .tt I
apartment building halfway down
the block. The entrance door will
be unlocked, and you walk up the
stairs don't take the elevator un
til you reach the third floor. There
is a corner there, where the stair
way turns, that you can't miss see
ing. Stand there you'll be prac
tically safe from observation until
you hear me speak your name.
Then bring your lad up. If any
body questions you, flash your po
lice card or give 'em any stall you
can get away with."
"I'll manage." The man's voice
was full of quiet self-confidence.
"All right then. So long." Mr.
Drake returned, and we turned the
corner and walked to the door of
the tall apartment building which
bore the number Zil.
It was rather a forbidding look
ing place, but its interior had an at
tempt at ornateness, and there was
the usual combination elevator boy
and telephone operator sprawled at
his ease before a switchboard.
He sprang up with alacrity, how
ever, when he caught sight of Mr.
J?rake. From his manner I deduced
hat the two had seen each other
"Take us up to the third floor
directly," Mr. Drake commanded,
"and remember what I told you
about that entrance door."
Amelia E. Barr, Novelist.
Despite the fact that the late
Amelia E. Barr left an estate of
but a few hundred dollars, she is
known to have earned a large
amount of money with her pen. Few
American novelists, in fact, have
met with greater success from a
financial viewpoint than did Mrs.
Barr. During her long and active
career she wrote a total of nearly
100 novels. While no one of them
created a literary sensation, all of
them met with a fair measure of
success and their sale yielded the
author a steady and substantial in
come during a period of many years.
The first woman pastor to be li
censed in New Bruijswick is Miss
Esther I. Clark, a graduate of Aca
dia university, who has accepted the
offer of the United Rffptist congre
gation at Grangeville to become
pastor of their church.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Megeath re
turned July 4 from the east.
A Nutritious Diet for All Ages
Quick Lunch at Home or Office
OTHERS ar. IMITATIONS
Th Drexel Miss says:
''Mamma always buys my
Slippers tat Drexcl's because
they fit me bent and their
Slippers wear beat."
sizes 5 to 8. .
to 1 1
Sizes 11 M
. to 7
Dainty Instep Strap.
Slippers in Patent Leather
and fine White Cloth for
children of all ageg.
Strictly Drexel quality,
finest workmanship, hand
turned soles and made on,
lasts that fit the foot as
well as being pleasing in
Bring the children ; in
Saturday, we give them
special attention on this
DREXEL SHOE CO.
1419 FARNAM STREET
Mail Order Solicited.
Parcel Post .Paid.
FOR BEST RESULTS TRY BEE WANT ADS
Reiteration is the Keynote of Publicity
I have been told; however, it suits the purpose of our story today. No stronger reason
for your patronage of these July Sales can be given than those with which we started.
Scarcity of merchandise make any merchandise desirable. Advancing
prices makes anything bought at present prices a bargain. We are offer
ing many lines at a reduction from former prices.
Saturday Should be the Banner Day 0 the July Sale
Gathered into groups at
that represent big savings
Rack No. 1 Ginghams, Voiles
and Tissue; modern garments in
most attractive, cool materials ; sold
up to $7.95 Saturday, $4.79.
Rack No. 2 Voiles in figures and
woven stripes- Fancy wash mate
rials in great variety. Sold up to
$10.95 Saturday, $6.95.
Rack No. 3 Our high - class
Dresses grouped. These are of Or
gandie, English Voile, Linens, etc.
Quite ignoring the marked prices,
these are gathered into this lot at
White Wash Skirts groups at
$1.95, $3.79, $4.75.
Fancy Silk Skirts the most
fetching of all summer garments
many of the styles are quite daring,
but marvels of beauty, in Tricolette,
Baronette, Fantasie, Poplin, and
Foulard. Grouped at $12.95,
$19.75 and $24.75.
Cool, thin fabrics that art has
wrought into decorative clothes.
Voiles, Organdies and Wash Silks
in white and dainty shades. Grouped
at $2.35 and $4.95.
KNITTED SPORT COATS
We purchased the samples and
open stock of a manufacturer. The
garments are in the wanted shades.
Loosely knitted from heavy fibre
yarn. They are often called silk
sweaters and look like it. They -should
sell at $12 to $15. Satur
day's price $7.95 each.
LINGERIE AND CORSETS
Marvelous business in this section. Miss Coleman thought she had bought out New York in May;
now she wonders how she can get more. " '
Save laundry, as well as price
when bought from this lot at
With discretion, these warm days
can be made much more comfort
able by the use of these Boudoir
Suits- A fine Soisette and Crepe
are most attractive. These have
been grouped for convenience
Envelopes, many models, $3.95.
Night Gowns, many, models,
in the short cut a summer neces
sityat $1.95, $2.25 and
So-called, but quite as attractive
parlor or kitchen. Checks and plaids,
round and square necks, sashes and belts
and made from washable gingham. Spe
cial lot for Saturday, including many
that have sold to $6.95 $4.00 each.
BUNGALOW APRONS While they
last, $.69 each.
No reductions on these
they are too hard to get.
Don't experience the regret that
will come when you pay one, two
or three dollars more for the yery
make which you may find on pur
tables at $2.98, $4.98 ,' and
$6.98. Warner's Redfern, Nemo,
R. & G.. Irene, Kabo, Justrite and
Our Cool Basement.
strives to extend its coolness.
Earthenware Pitchers and Bowls
splendid to use in the ice box, 35 and
Serving Trays, inlaid patterns, " ma
hogany, $1.00 each.
Czecho-Slovak Glass Vases,, prettily
cut, 12 to 20 inches tall, 29.
is really the "Style Center" for the young. We're clear
ing Saturday the Capes, Coats and Dolmans- These
are all ages, from 2 to 17. You may not wish to wear
one today, but you will be mighty glad when the cool
days come that you bought.
One rack contains garments at $2.95 and $5.95.
One rack contains garments at $8.50 and
One rack contains
All the CHILDREN'S HATS grouped at 98
$3.49 and $5.49.
WASH DRESSES That another season will sell
double these prices 89S $1.29 and $1.98. -
COOL UNDERGARMENTS W h i t e Nainsook
Gowns at 98 and $1.29.
PRINCESS SLIPS, 79, 98S $1.19 and $1.98.
garments at $14.50 and
MEN'S WEAR FOR SUMMER T
We have a lot of Madras Shirts that should be
$2.00 selling for $1.35.
Then, we have fortunately been able to get a 4ot
of new ones. These are priced (and they are a pur
chase at any price) at $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50. '
Knit or nainsook, in groups, 85d, $1.25 ;and
TRAVELING BAGS AND SUIT CASES
A few McCallum $3.50
Special sale on - Bath
Towels. - : ,
I THOMAS KILPATRICK & CO.
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