Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, August 30, 1919, Page 16, Image 16

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State to Raise $512,000,
All of Which Is to Be
Spent "Wjthin Its
Prominent men in Omaha tnd Ne
- braska are lining up for the Salva
tion Army reconstruction home
ervice drive.
The drive $ill be made during the
week of September 21 to 27 and the
state home fund, all of which will
be upent in Nebraska, is for $512,
000. -i , . , .
Buildings for Omaha include a
new state rescoe and materity home
for women with a capacity for 150
women, a new state headquarters
building having under one roof a
young women's boarding home with
125 capacity, relief department, aid
for the poor, auditorium and corps
quarters, and a new building for No.
2 corps. New buildings will be
erected at Hastings and Kearney.
RiMMincr nlans have been made bv
local architests and have been ap
proved by local committee.v The
.Salvation Army is having the in
dorsement of the Knights of Colum
bus, the Elks, organized labor,
churches and all of the soldier boys
in the state who were given aid by
the Salvation Army workers at the
front in France. Sunday, Septem
ber 21, has been designated by the
ministerial association as Salvation
Army day with sermons on the sub
ject, "The, Good Samaritan."
Omaha men acting as state and
city committeemen are: Chairman,
A. L. Sutton; city chairman, Judge
Charles Leslie; state vice chairman,
Col. Frtd A. Grant, United States
army, retired; treasurer, John L.
Kennedy, vice president United
States National bank; George Bran
deis. Brandies stores; W. B. T. Belt,
Nebraska Telephone Co.; Dr. E. C.
Henry, Lord Lister hospital; Dr. A.
Clark, Dr. Sam McCleneghen, Rob
ert Manley, John W. Gamble and
C. E. Burnnam, Norfolk; John C.
Maher, Lincoln, and Frank L. Rain,
Omaha Chapter Red
Cross in Charge of
State Fair Exhibit
The home service section of the
Omaha chapter, American Red
Cross, will have charge of the Red
Cross exhibit in this department at
the Nebraska state fair held in Lin
coln. Mrs. Charles M. Wilhelm,
chairman of civilian relief depart
ment and Miss Mildred C. Scoville,
executive secretary will represent
the Omaha chapter in the home
service booth and conduct the work
there. They will be glad to give
information to any discharged
sailor, soldier or marine regarding
insurance, cornncnsation. vocational
education, applications for the- $60
i L-j " . :i i:
for arrears of pay, Liberty bonds
subscribed for and not delivered, the
government plan for giving home
steads to discharged service men.
The department is especially in
tested in the men who were wound-
ed or ill while in service and are now
suffering from a disability so as to
help them obtain all that, the gov
ernment is eager to give them.
Man Who Broke Jail '
In Kearney, Neb., Found
In Omaha Hospital
The truthfulness of Nathan Wolf
son, 22 years old, of Chicago, re
sulted in hit arrest Thursday at St.
Joseph's hospital, where he had gone
for treatment of a bullet wound. He
told the hospital authorities he had
been shot by a detective. '
The hospital authorities tele
phoned the police and Wolfsonwas
found to be the man who escaped
If - T-U I 2 !
i rum inc xvcarucy, lieu., jiu lasi
Saturday and was shot by a detec
tive as he was getting away. Offi
cers from Kearney will come to
Omaha to take him back. He was
in jail, charged with robbing freight
cars at Kearney.
Soldier Advances
Police Seek Stranger
Police say that George Dohlbey,
La Cross, Wis., a discharged sol
dier, is the victim of a smooth
working confidence man, who, early
yesterday, got $110 of Dohlbeyjs
m6ney.. ' ;
Dohlbey, the police say, met a
stranger at the Union station, who
represented himself to be a railway
mail clerk. During a conversation
he asked the soldier to cash a
check for $312 for him. He said
he had his money locked tip in a
railway mail car and could not get
it before 10.
Dnhlhev cave the man $110 and
promised to meet him after a while
and give him the balance of the
check. Later, however, he became
. suspicious and reported the matter
to the police.
Girl Struck by Street Car
" While On Her Way to Work
Miss Lou Martin,' 257 North Har
rison street, was struck by a street
car at Seventeenth and California
streets while on her way to work
' yesterday. She "was badly bruised.
She is an employe of the Adams
laundry. Seventeenth and Webster
streets.. . ; ' .
, V Will A Alt w... " ,I
' H. Segur, proprietor of the laundry,
for the girl's name he refused to fur-
1 nish the information, the policeman
said. Segur was arrested on a
charge of interfering with an officer.
Ticket Office toClose
The consolidated ticket office of
the United States railroadLadmirris
tration in the Union Pacific railroad
; headquarters building, Fourteeenth
' and Douglas streets, will be closed
2 all day Labor day,-it was announc
ed yesttsiaij, .
Ca$h Buying Here Will Pay You a Big Dividend in Better Values for Every Dollar of Price,
Store Open Saturdays Till 6 P. M.
Join the
f or All -
- Men.
- Saving Cash Prices on
Homo Furnishings
HMMb. capacity WM Haaafala Refriger
ator. Our Cash Price $25.00
lZS-lb. capacity White Hoaatala Befrlcer-
atar. Our Cash Price .930.00
Stx-hele naas, with warming; closet For
cash 937.M
Patversal Six-hale Combination, Hlckcl
slated Cook Gaa Stare For cash. . . . SJOO
Sturdy School Shoes
at Money Saving Cash Prices
Boys' and girls' shoes of real quality,
Shoes that wUl give real satis
faction; button ore lace .$3.50
Misses' and child's gun metal button
shoes; sizes to 5;
very special t $2.45
Closing out all the women's white can
vas pumps; $2.50
grade ." $1.50
Men's white and brown canvas shoes; values N
up to $3.00; to close quickly $1.35
Misses' and child's barefoot sandals and oxfords, with
chrome elk soles; just the thing to start school with
Misses sizes, 11 to 2 $1.25
Child's sizes, 6 to 11 SI .00
We are closing out all our men s
work shoes at old prices; shoes that
are now worth $5.00 and $5.50.
Saturday $3.50
Bring the children in Saturday;
plenty of extra help so you won't
have to wait. '
Store Open Saturdays Till 6 P. M.
Saving Cash Prices on
Home Furnishings
roar-bale) Cabinet Gaa Rang, with orea
and broiler. Cash for Saturday 948.00
Holler Skate hall bearing. Cash Price SXOO
Haa Vaeannt Wanker. Special Price Me
Largo also O'tedar Oil Mop, for Sat tt.W
Medium aiae, O't'edar Oil Hop, for Sat. $1.00
Slx-talloa Galvanised Garbage eaa...Sl.TS
ElKht-calloa Oalvanlae Garbage eaa $3.00
Join the
for All
Quality Underwear Greatly Underpriced
Here Saturday
Springtex Union Suits in medium weights for early fall
wear, long sleeve, ankle lengths, white. Our regular $2.25 ;
sizes 34 to 46. Cash Price Saturday $1.75
Springtex Union Suits, in heavy weight cotton vrib ecru.
Our regular $2.45; sizes 34 to 46. Our Cash Price,
for Saturday ......$2.00
Springtex Union Suits, in heavy
weight gray worsted effect. Our
regular $2.95; sizes 34 to 46. Cash
Price Saturday $2.50
Any Athletic Union Suit .that sold
up to $1.50, repriced for quick
clean-up; sizes 34 to 46. In Sale
Saturday, Cash Price. N. 69
Your choice, of any Dress Shirt from
our $2.50 stock. Our Cash Price
Saturday ,...$1.95
Full line of wool or part wool Union
Suits ahd two-piece; such , well
known makes as Globe, Sterling
or American Knitting Mills, in
medium or heavy weight, stouts and
regulars, at low cash prices.
See Oar Flannel Shirts Before
Bnying It Win Pay You,
Fall Fashions Reflecting the Ingenuity and
t "
Skill of America's Foremost Manufacturers
We are just a little proud of our early fall showings and really believe
all have a right to be the result of weeks upon weeks of careful se
lection are here for your inspection and selection. From the most sim
ple and inexpensive to the very highest class creations you'll find the
cash prices surprisingly moderate.
Ifew Suits at $29.75, $39.75,' $49.75,
$59.00, $69.00 and up.
Hundred models to select from, each
one a little different, made up of the
season's many new materials, siiteh as
Duvetyne, Peach Bloom, Tricotine,
Velours, Tweeds, Mixtures, Serges,
in all the lovely fall shades.
Select your new plush coat Satur
day and save 25 per cent.
New dresses just received, in allythe
new fall materials, suitable for street,
afternoon and dinner wear; made up in
many exclusive styles; seventy-five
distinct models to select from at $89.00,
$79.00, $69.00, $59.00, $49.00 and $39.00.
Special Saturday 200 classy new fall
dresses made up in serges, panamas,
messalines and georgette combinations;
large variety of styles; all sizes; suit
able for street, afternoon or theater
wear; Saturday , .$25.00
Get the Children Ready for
School Sept. 8
Dresses, Coats, Skirts
and Middies.
Most Attractively Priced for
Saturday Selling.
Girls' school dresses; wash ma
terials; sizes 6 to 14, at $1.95,
$2.95 and $3.95
Girls' cloth dresses; all sizes, at
$5.00, $7.50, $10, $12.50
and ...$15.00
Girls' silk dresses, at $10.00,
$12.50, $15.00 and $19.50
Girls' Coats; large variety, at $6.95, $8.95, $10.00,
$12.50, $15.00 and up to .$45.00
Girls' Wash Middies .$1.50, $1.95 and $2.50
Girls' Serge Middies .,,.$3.95 to $7.50
New fall and winter coats and dresses for the little tots
in a large variety to select from. Moderately priced.'
August Clearing Sale of Hosiery
Women's pure thread silk, all colors,
in broken sizes ; $2.75 and $3.00 val
ues ; clearance price. ...... .$1.98
Thread silk, full fashioned ' and
seamless; regular and extra sizes;
black, white, colors; values up to
$2.50; sale price $1.50
Women's fine cotton and lisle hose;
regular and extra sizes ; 49c quality,
at 29tf
Children's school hose in light and
medium weights all sizes, 350, 450
Children's fancy half hose; 50c val
ues; priced at 200
Drugs and Toilet Goods
75s Locust Blouom Perfume; our
price, per 01 fe
60c Pononi Face Powder; pries 42c
60c Odorono (perspiration deodorant;
our price e
25c Massatta Talcum: our price lffc
Hair brushes at half price,
(these are of extra quality
bristles, solid set with an alumi
num facing, the. best penetrat
ing brush to be had). Our
price BOo to $1.16
Liniment I ear
(Ac Sloan's
0o Milk Magnesia, Fhlllpps; our
price 30c
15c Llsterlne; our price ITc
I5o Hire's Root Been cur price lit
too Hlnkle's Pills (109 In bottle);
our price , 18c
J5c Sant-flush; our casta price... 19c
30c Woodbury's Soap; our price. 18c
Try our prescription department
and benefit by our cash savings.
You Can Be 100 Sure
Of Getting Perfect Satisfaction
Out of the New Fall Suit
Let Us Fit You In
Hart Schaf f ner
and Marx
The clothes with the all-wool guarantee or
your money back in all the new models with
the y2 belt and belt all around in single and
double breasted. New line of fall top coats in all
models at the lowest cash price. The original
home of the Hart Schaf ner & Marx for 32
School Suit Sale Extraordinary
A Splendid Opportunity to Get an A-l
Suit at a Very Low Price.
A full line of boys' suits in dark
patterns and strong Wear-resisting
fabrics; former price " aq
to $15 ; Saturday I D
Our better grades of all-wool
boys suits; former price to$i4.75
complete line of boys'
sweaters now ready for selection-
Part wool, all
colors .........
Boy' blouses in perce'es,
madras and gingham; aa
special price .Jlewll
Handkerchiefs, Veiling
and Neckwear '
Specials for Saturday
Washable satin collars in roll and
square effect; worth up to $3.50. Spe
cial Cash Price Saturday $1.50
Orgtfhdy collar and cuffs, trimmed
with narrow pleating; worth up to
$1.50. Special Cash Price Sat, 31.00
Roll and square collar in net and or
gandy, trimmed with ruffles of val
lace; worth up to 75c. Special Cash
Price Saturday . . . .45,
Women's linen and scrim handker
chiefs with colored. embroidered cor
ners; regular value 35c Special Cash
-Price Saturday 19,
Circular veils in black and taupe with
chenille borders; worth "up to 11.00.
Special Cash Price Saturday. . ..50J
At Less
Women's Italian Silk
Vests, embroidered in
pink or white, with band
tailored or beaded tops,
hese vests are slightly
soiled; regular and extra
sizes. Regular price,
$3.50; on sale at. .$2.75
Women's lisle union suits in
pink or whie beaded tops;
tight knee or lace bottom;
regular and extra sizes.
Regular price 85c, on sale,
at 6ite
Women's lisle and cotton
vests with lace fronts or
beaded tops; all sizes; regu
lar price 39c, on sale.. 25
Women's crepe de chine or
satin envelope chemise,
daintily trimmed with Valen
ciennes and filet laces;
touches of hand embroidery;
flesh; all sizes; regular
price $4.95 and $4.60, on sale,
at $3.50
Women's soft muslin gowns,
daintily trimmed with laces
and embroidery; all sizes;
regular prices, $1.75 and
$1.98, on sale $1.50
Women's soft muslin corset
covers, trimmed with lace in
sertions and embroidery; all
sizes; regular price 75c. on
sale 50t
Saturday Specials
' In the
Sanitary Market
Genuine Spring Lamb
Forequarters, lb., 18ti
Hindquarters, lb., 286
Steer Pot Roast, lt. -15
Breakfast Bacon, sugar
cured, per lb 35c
Bntter, Eggs, Cheese, Etc
Choicest quality goods
kept under refrigeration.
Always lowest cash prices.
Brick or American Full
Cream Cheese, lb. -35s.
Creamery Butter, best'
bulk, per lb 60s
Oleo, Snowflake or Pre
mium, 2 - lb. cartons,
for 80
Strictly Fresh Eggs, per
dozen 45
Queen Olives, fancy, bulk,
per quart 55t
Helni 67 Tarleties for
your selection at Pickle
Beautiful New Velvet Hats
Original creations and copies of much
higher priced models jockey shapes,
nifty tarn effects, of f-the-f ace models,
large and small chin-chins, soft brim
med hats, straight sailors and novel
ties, trimmed with burnt plumage,
nflKt.fd feathers, fiill fliifi ostrich, metal
ribbons, beads and wool; all new fall
shades to choose from
$10.00, $12.50 and $15.00
$3.00 Values In Tarns
Special Saturday, at
These tams which look like duvetyne, come in all the new
shades; also black velvet tams in quartered plain top, fin
ished with grosgrain ribbon.
Smart, Attractive New Fall Hats
Every kind, style and color that fashion has approved! And since velvet has
had first faVor velvet is pre-eminent in the showing! The beautiful silk, Lyons
and Panne velvets used singly, in combination with velours and beaver! A truly
remarkable showing Saturday of fashionable fall hats at this exceptional low
price. Comparison will prove them equal to hats elsewhere shown at $7.50.
To Reduce the High Cost of Living Buy for Cash
48-lb. sacks Best HtgH Grsds Dia
mond H Flour
10 Bars Laundry Soap SSc
Si-lb. sacks Rys Flour $M0
Tha Best WhIU or Yellow Corn
meal, lb. Be
4 lbs. best Bulk Rolled Oatmeal. tic
No. l Hand-Picked Navy Beans, lb. l(k
The Best Domestlo Macaroni, Spa
ghetti Of Egg Noodles, pkg. .'Vic
Gallon oaus California Apples. .. .45c
No. 3 cans Golden Pumpkin 5c
Nubbo Evaporated Sugar Corn... Be
ls-oz. cans Condensed Milk lc
Qutckserv. Tomato Bono. can.... Be
Tall cans Fancy Pink Salmon. I
can tw
Tall cans Columbia River Salmon.
enn SIM
Tall cans
Oil Sardines, can.
Corn Flakes, pkf.
feast Foam. pkg. .
Fancy Red
Our Famous Golden Santos Coffee.
lb 38c
Diamond H Blend, a Fine Drinker.
lb. .". 40o
M 4 J Blend, tbs Coffee that ban
no equal and stands alone for
quality, lb 4.V
The Best Tea Sittings, lb ii3o
Choice Basket Fired or Sun Dried
Japan Tea, per lb .4Bc
Fancy Spider Leg. Japan. English
PTfkfBt. Ceylon, or Gunpowder
Tea. per lb 8Se
Breakfast Cocoa, per lb 30e
The Best No. 1 New Potatoes,
lb , "4
New Cabbage, per lb..., 4c'
Fancy Ripe Tomatoes, lb Be
Two Summer Squash Bo
Three Bunches Fresh Beets or Car
rot Be
Four Bunches Fresh Radishes. , .Be
Three Bunches Fresh Parsley... .lor
Wax -r Green Beans, lb.. IBe
Two large Green Peppers Be
can 32c
Fresh Cauliflower, lb.. 17Vi
Pnt Vj Vonr Peaches Sow.
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