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illK PtE: OMAHA. THUUSIMV. AfKlL 20, 1)?2.
in Filling Cistern
as Alarm Came
. Department to Be Rflierd of
, Ti.k m Result of Delay in
Squelching Blaie in
Fire timed SSKW damage in the
' nurc' home at I'rftbyttrian ho.
pital, 1248 South Truth ttrcet, ye.
trrday morning while fire fighter
fiend (loor, then fetiiemWrrd llul
the h4 Uii hrr clothing, $h it
turned la the third floor and not
her ckihr jul a pari of the
roof taved I".
A a rrtutt of the delay in re
spending ia the fire call from tin
nurtet' home the prarlMe ol the P'
departmrnl filling ci.iein. it be
City C'uiiintiitioner II. B. Zimmau
brought the matter to the attention
of the hoard of director, of the
Metropolitan Utilities dutritl ynter.
day afternoon and it a agreed
that Omaha lui outgrown this pra:
lice, , ,
it ;n i.. imnA.ikitit (or the fire
ii-Amdiii a tfiniinii tins pf vice
and 1 believe it it the duty of the
water department to nil cincrni in
dutiict. where there U no city
water 'ruc." Mi4 Mr. Zimnun.
For vtu it ha been the custom
to pay a U of SI at the r of
fue. tneite a erniit. whUh i taven
14 the fue eltur, and then a deud of
liremen would be at.igued It lilt t
Ueneral Manager It. U. Iloweil ol
the water department concurred in
Mr. Ziniman i opmion. it wa agreci
that Mr. Iloweil aud Mr. Zimman
and equipment from Station Mo. 16,
two blocks from the scene of the
fire, were filling a cittern at 2505
.South Eighth atrcct.
Apparatus and men from Station
No. I. Eleventh and Jackion Mrceu,
succeeded in putting out the flame
In 45 minute. .
Two nurc, Mix EUie Spca ati 1 ,
Mix Hannah Henon. were aleen ,
on the third floor when the fire wa
detected. Mi' Spca fled la the
Last Times Saturday
Sardou'e Immortal Drama,'
of tho ages
given a Bet
ting that haa
gasp for ad
At No Advance in
T Da Mere el the Fleeeiag Oaee
mt We' Ceaeiaatiea 'regress
New Show Starts
Sat. at 12 o'clock
will ronUr on a pUii, Mr- Unwell
stated that it it probable that hit
department will charge lor citern
kcrtire u the basi of fine necc
Skimier-Dold Suit NeaJy
for Hriefiug After Month
The Skmiier lMd cae i ready
for hriefmg. after mure than
month of lettimony takintr. it wa
announced yoyrday. on the return
of a party .f attorneys front Chi.
rage and Puifjlo, where evidence
al4 wa gathered;
Argument will be made toon to
II. II. Uunham, tpeeiel metier in
claucrry. lie will deride whether
Hie contract ty wlmh yoia interest
obtained poeuion of the former
Manner plant it to be anrogatea.
Intuitu CStevru Named
Re finite Company Hfcrivrr
Truman K. Steven, a director,
wa named receiver tor the Krimiie
company in bankruptcy proceeding
by Federal Judge Woodrough, ye.
It r day. Mevcnt was formerly in the
Activttirt of ihe NebraAa
euy aocuiNn to cncouiage the
replanting 0! "hggrdtr art, and
the orctatton oi wait trail of
Nebrak were mdrted in imIu
lion paed by the Chamber of
Commerce executive committee
And It's CeweleCe
Alfred Jeaes, Chef e5 Free
HOTEL CASTLE CAFE
LAST TIMES FRIDAY
, ROUND THREE
The leather Pushers
STARTS SATURDAY '
The Four Horsemen
On of our famous Mt MiKlwfcbw tn4
jrwr ctuAct of rup of eof(M of txA
tlt of Alunlto Milk.
011k tor Wert of APRIL 17 U H
urn rutc All su
At Popular Prices!
and ALICE TERRY in
11, i, s. s, r
AND 9 O'CLOCK
CHILDREN (This Engagement Only) 25c
It is white as snow
Endorsed with Laughter,
Applause and a Tear!
A crcat story, a great star, a great production
with the natural result, a great success! Whether
you are young or old or in life's prime, whether
you live north or sodth of Farnam street, you will
find full enjoyment in this comedy-drama of a
"Little Lord Fauntleroy"
NEW VAUDEVILLE SHOW TODAY
BROWN'S SYMPHONY FIVE
In 'Musical Moments"
la "Bits of
TILE A TIDE
F AIRMAN A PATRICK
"A Wet Bit ol Irish Wit and Song"
tie Ska M ainMti
Matinee Dally 2:18 Every Nifhl 6:1
AN EXTRAORDINARY SHOW
"On the Balcony"
Mason and Shaw
JIMMY SAVO & CO
W. D. Pollard
Matinees ISe to 80c; Some 7 Be and $1
Sat. and Sua. Nights, 15c te $1; Somi
$1.25 Sat. and Sua.
Empress Rustic Garden
All Drinks 10t
" . All Tablea Free
Week Day 25
The Greatest All Comedy
Program Ever Presented
in Omaha. .
All Week 11 till 11
A Paramount Picture)
. ALSO A SUPER-COMEDY
Strand Supreme Orchestra
NEW SHOW TODAY
From The Saturday
Evening Post Story
Matin m. Except Sunday. 25c, 30c;
Boxes Resenrea, 40c; Children, Any
Night ana Sunday Matinee, 30c, 40c;
Boxes Reserved, SOc.
The Most Talked About
Picture in the World
11:30 to 6:00
All Over Town
500 Seats at 25c
500 Seats at 50c
200 Seats at 75c
A few at $1.00
When in Need of Anything
Use a Bee Wabt Ad
Bo Suro to Sco Edna Sampson in lor Model Apartment
Each Day Thio Wook Sovonteonth Street Windowo
Sale of Women's Suits
Just 49 of them. Undeniable values. Suits
that until today sold at much higher prices.
They are taken from our regular stock of im
ported tweeds and mixtures in spring weights.
There are tweeds in soft tones of gray,
copen, rose, and tan. There are ultra Ui!or
eJ types favored for street and buslnesa. And
there are just a few caped types fashioned of
Fine Herringbone Stripes '
Small Checks in Black and White 1
Mixtures in Soft Shades
We do not have every size in each style, but we hope to
please every woman who attends this value-giving event.
Burfss-NaB Suit Sfcee Tklrd fleer
BostonBags The Ask Mn Foster Service
has established connections in London and Paris. A
card of introduction from this office will secure for
you in London or Paris the same unstinted service
as is supplied by Mr. Foster's offices in the United
States, and there is never any charge or fee.
Ask Mr. Foster
Burgess-Nash Third Floor
Shoppers find these hand
' some, durable bags of the great
est convenience they are so
secure and So easy to handle
invaluable in taking care of in
numerable small packages. Their
appearance is trim and attrac
tivethey are fashioned of
genuine cowhide In tan,' brown,
and black. There are 13, 14,
15-inch sizes. Exceptional, at
Burgsss-Nasb Main Fleer "
The test of hose is in . the
wearing, but practical women
want to know -beforehand how
well they wear. . These full-.
fashioned pure thread silk stock
ings are made with fine lisle
garter tops, double soles and
toes and high spliced heels. The
colors are black, white, and
brown. All sizes.
- Burfsss-Nath Main Fleer '
Protect your clothing in moth
proof garment bags. These air
tight bags will keep your cloth
ing secure not only from moths,
but also from dust, germs, and
dampness. ' .'- ' ,K
This 26 H x 55-inch size is
large enough to accommodate
furs and winter coats. :
Burftss-Nash Mala Fleer
y Moth Balls
Manahan's Tarine moth balls.
Large size package, 25c.
" Cedar Compound s
Manahan's Tarine Cedar
Compound. Large size pack-
age, 35c. J.' . V, -
Burg eis-Naah Main Fleer -
Unlike their butterfly cousins, moths are not endowed by
, nature with a beautiful raiment. Perhaps this explains their
fondness for apparel and. especially for furs. Moths, however,
are lawless little creatures they do not stop with admiration
of fine clothing, but proceed to its complete appropriation. In
consequence, one must take up arms against them and wage a
Cold is the strong weapon which moths are unable to resist,
and you can use this weapon from now until autumn by placing
your fur or cloth garments and your fur rugs in our cold
storage vaults. Entrust them to us and you will be relieved
; of anxiety over moths, and in addition need no longer consider
the dangers of fire and theft.
" ' ' V' v
Before your furs and winter garments are hung in their
places they will be thoroughly blown with compressed air, re
modeled if you direct, and then after a cold summer will be in
fine condition when you want them for next season.
Special cleaning or repairing which your furs may require
will, on request, be done during the summer before August 1st
at rates less than those charged during the winter season.
Telephone Douglas 2100, and our mesSen- '
- ger will call. Out-of-town patrons may
. . ! use insured parcel post or prepaid express.
', Burfe-Nah Third Floor
No. 2 Brownie Kodak with
full instructions. A good kodak
for the beginner. Reasonably
priced at $2.50.
We carry a complete line of
Kodak 'finishing by experts,
in our own studios. All finish
ing left before 12:30 is ready
same day at 4 p. m. Finishing
left before 4 p. m. ready the
next day at noon.
' Burtsss-Nsab Main Fleer
Pictures from films printed
and developed in our kodak de
partment may be entered in our
amateur contest. Prizes for the
best pictures awarded June 1st.
Prizes in photographic mer
chandise to the value of :
First Priie, $5.00
Second Price, $3.50
Third Priie, $2.50
Burgese-Nash Main Floor
Bleached huck toweling, a qual
ity that will give good service.
' Table Damask
A bleached, heavy weight qual
ity, in several good designs
special, at, yard, , 69$
Fancy Face Towels
Fancy damask weave of Irish .
manufacture. Made with hem
stitched ends. Each, . 49$
Of splendid quality crash, that
will leave no lint. Neatly hem
med. Each, 22
- Huck Towels
A very absorbing quality, with
attractive damask borders
special, at, each, 18
Japanese Table Cloths
Imported Japanese table cloths
. of an unusually good quality, in
attractive designs with neatly
hemstitched ends. Size 72x72..
Burgess-Nasb Second Fleer
Silk : Ghamoisette Gloves
Specially Priced Thursday
The shrewd buyer will purchase not only her im
mediate.needs.'but will look ahead to provide for
the future at these exceptional prices.
' Novelty silk gloves fashioned
with gauntlet that conies well up
over the suit cuff. The strap
fastens securely with a pearl
buckle. There are combinations
of mode with tan, gray with navy,
and brown with mode.
A light weight chamoisette
glove in two-clasp style; trimmed
with spear or embroidered back;
in white, beaver, mastic, and pon
Burgsss-Nash Clove Shop
i&ii in ttwT iMIWW
Ruffled Window Curtains
95c a Pair
Just at the time when Spring housecleaning
creates the demand for new furnishings, we
offer ruffled curtains and price them at a great
These are well made, of either white or
cream scrim. The ruffles are firmly put on
with a double row of stitching. Regulation
length 2 yards. Limit of 6 pairs to a
No Deliveries s
No C. O. D.'.
Burgess-Naaa Ked1 Arrow Booth Downstairs Store
No Phone Order.
This Store does not use comparative prices they are misleading and often unfruei