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J'HK HKK: OMAHA. SATURDAY. APKIL 1, 1!U;
FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1916-
BURGESS-NASH STORE NEWS FOR SATURDAY
PHONE DOUGLAS 137
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iew jprmg inmgs re rimng ine otore vvmi I neir oeauty
A Dozen Styles of
Women's New Suits
from tin suit with
1 . A A 1
no sunn, iiuio rip
ple back saeque, so
becoming to slight
figures, to flared
lioltcil sport ef
fects a n d
standing o r
c o n v er tible
are the new-
with sport, flap
i i i i
and slashed poo li
tis. Also plaited ef
fects, showing a ten
dency to the generous
flare at the bottom. These
suits are fashioned of Serge, (labardine. Wool Velour
Checks, Shepherd Checks, Serge and Taffeta combinations.
Burgees-Raah Co. Second Floor.
) 4lm mm
Distinctive Styles in Coats
SMAKT, light-weight Coats for women who want to pay about theso
prices. They are all good, all-around Coats for even had weather,
because most of them are shower-proof.
One attractive style of Tweed ("oat Is straight, loose and quite
full; another has Tweeds that are brightened with broadcloth collar
and cuffs of Copenhagen blue or green. Also smart covert coats with
square collar and circular belt.
Top conts finely tailored and in the season's most popular mater
ials. Many novel, original ideas are presented in Women's New
Shower Coats for the season of 1016.
Burgeaa-iraah Co. Second rloor.
Taffeta Petticoats, S p ecial $3.95
TAFFETA Petticoatn, accordion pleated flounce with quilled edge;
elastic, top, clusters of tucks and underlay; In all the new Shades.
?rccially priced, at $:i..V
Bnrraaa-ZTaab Co. Second rloor.
GIRLS' COATS, SUITS,
DRESSES, FOR SPRING
E specialize on girls' and misses' wear for the young miss from
(5 to 14 years. Our showing Is most comprehensive.
Trig Little Coats
'For girls 6 to 14 years old Color Sport Coats with patent pipings;
belted coats, tailored coats and boyish box coats just the modes bcBt
suited to "little wearers" priced. $5.05 to $15.00.
Junior Frocks, Flapper Frocks
Artfully designed from taffeta, georgette crepe and fine net also
dainty lingerie frocks with touches of lace and hand embroidery rib
bon sashed, corded and Russian types. Priced, $15.00 to $:J5.00.
ALSO Pique, linen and gingham frocks, attractively designed.
Priced, $1.05 to $lo.oo.
Girls' Tub Frocks
of white pique, plaid or striped ginghams, color chambrays and Unene.
Drop shoulder yokes, tab belts, novelty pockets and buttoned hem
coatees as new features Little priced, at. $1.05, $2.05. $:1.05.
Bargeea.lfaeh Oo. Second rloor.
Real Seal Hand Bags, Worth Two
to Three Times the Price, $1.00
SMALL lots from several of the best hand bag makers Including the
newest shapes and Ideas, real pin seals, real moroccos, genuine goat,
cape goat, etc., some have Inside pockets, others with coin ; purse and
Bunreee-Waab Co. Main rloor.
Women's SPRING KID GLOVES
A N unusually attractive assortment of new spring kid gloves.
range $1.25, $1.50, $2.0O, $-J.25 and $'J.50 the pair.
Children's new wash glovps, at $1,115 the pair.
Double Tipped Silk Gloves
In black, white and colors, with new embroidered backs; price range,
50c, 70c, $1.H, $1.15 and $1..15 the pair.
Chamoisette Gloves, 65c
In black white and colors; J5c the pair.
Bargen-Waeh Co Main rloor.
Special Saturday Evening
Toast I .eg of Vcnl with dressing
KscrIIoitiI J'otHtoca l.ltna Beans
Apple. I.emnn Meringue, or
Logan lerry Ple
Vanilla, Chocolate or Strawberry
Ten iWfee Muu
urgeee.Haeb Co. Cricket loon.
French Mesh Veiling
rialn and fancy mesh, embroi
dered designs, 15c to $l.5o yard.
Fancy Dxape Veils
Also circular veils, black and
colors, OOc to $1.75 each.
Burgeae.iraeh Co Main rloor.
HOSE AT 50c
pi'HE thread silk, mercerized
double garter tops. Full fash
ioned, regular made foot, black
and white, 'Rurnnsco" quality.
Infants' pure thread silk hose,
seamless, seconds of 60c grade,
Bnrf aa-iraeh Co Main rloor.
SUITS at 35c
INE white cotton, low necK
and sleeveless; u ni b rella
style, lace trimmed; an extreme
Bnrreea-Haab Co. Main rloor.
BLOUSES FOR EAST E R
AN assemblage of hundreds of charming blouses in crepe de chine,
voile, habutais, laces, nets, tub silks and georgette crepe, handker
chief linen, radium silks and pussywillow. In view of the variety and
the quality of materials, and the stle of these waists, we do not hesi
tate to announce this Spring showing, as unequaled for diversity and
New Blouses at $1.00 and $1.50
Blouses of voile, organdy and batiste, pretty in style, dainty trim
mings, collars that may be worn high or low, long sleeves; all sizes,
34 to 46.
Tub Silk Blouses at $1.95
Assorted stripes, tailored models with long sleeves and convertible
collars. Blouses for suit or "Sport" wear.
Lingerie Blouses $2.50 to $5.00
Voile and batiste with trimmings of embroidered organdy bands,
Hainty laces and embroidery. A variety of styles to choose from.
Blouses of Georgette Crepe, $3.95 and Up
Fascinating from the smart turn of the collar on a talllenr model to
the final frill on the airiest creation of crepe and lace. Kvery new
shade, every new collar and cuff effect, exquisite touches of hand em
broidery and crystal beads. Blouses for every occasion.
Bnrgeee-iTaeh Co. Second rloor.
FIRST SHOWING OF THE JMEW
PUMPS FOR WOMEN 2d Floor
DAME fashion decrees that pumQs, colonials and
small tongue effects are correct; 30 of the new
models on display. The most exclusive, dainty mod
els shown only here. $:t.5i to $lo.oo the pair.
Women's $5.00 to $6.00 Boots, $3.85
Special A clearance of all the women's boots.
They are the discontinued style bought for early
spring; J5.00 and $6.00 values, pair. JM.H3.
Boys' and Girls' Shoes
Dugan and Hudson Iron-Clad shoes for
misses and children. Boys, our special
shoes for boys are the best boys' shoes
made; $2.54) to $;l.oo.
Burtren-lfaih Co. Second rloor.
DRUGS AND TOILET SPECIALS
The MEN'S CLOTHING We Sell
IS MADE ESPECIALLY FOR US,
According to Our Own Specifications
JAM JARS, $1.95
I T glas jar witli sterling sil-
ver cowrs and sterling silver
full sized jam spoon. An unusual
value Saturday, at $t.l. inch.
Bnrfeae-Waeh Co. Main rloor.
Belt Buckles, $1.50
EMiUAVKl) and engine turned
patterns, in sterling silver
buckles for men. and as an extra
special Inducement, wp will en
grave one initial free.
Bnrfreee-Maah Co. MMn rioor.
PllK new Ideas always receive
-- first showing here, the new
Georgette Crepe Capes,
$1.98 to $3.98
Also in talfetn silks, colors or
black. Very smart and dressy.
Collar and Cuff Sets
Crepe and mull, wide variety of
pretty new Ideas, at .") to $1.2."
' A of iiiality, which moans the vcrv
O NATION ALLY n.lvci tiM.l
ine of men's clothinir re
ceives preference hero. Kvery
)Utnent in onr stock represents
the skill ami Renins of the high
est class tailor shops, revealing
the very newest ideas in men's
clothes strictly "Hand Tai
lored" throughout, ami huilt to
conform with onr specifications,
Pebeco Tooth Paste, 20c.
Hind's Honey and Almond
Almo Honey and Almond
Packer's Tar Soap, He.
Massatta Talcum Powder, 12c.
Dr. Lon's Tooth Powder, lc.
Colgate's Cashmere Bouquet
Jet urn, for straw hats, special,
William's Shaving Soap, 3c.
"Burnasco" Violet Bath Salts,
Woodbury's Facial Soap, 17c.
Sal Ilepatica. 50c size, 20c.
Mentholatum, 25e size. 17c.
H-pt. pure imported Bay Rum
Colorite. for straw hats, all
Colgate's tooth paste, lOr, 20c.
Canthrox Shampoo, C0c size
4-oz. bottlo Iron Quinine and
.lad Salts, 75c size, lc.
Duffy'a Pure Malt. $1 value, 7.V
Pond's Extract. 50c size, 20c.
I-isterine, 25c size, IHc.
Danderine, 25c size, lc.
Kskay's Food. 75c size, 40c.
Krug's Malt, lie.
A large assortment of French
and Jap Tooth Brushes, bone and
transparent handles, worth up to
3 5c. special. 15c.
Rubber Gloves, guaranteed 60c
Something new; a genuine H. I,.
Hughes Ideal Brush with vulcan
ized rubber backing so bristles
cannot push through; guaranteed,
4-5 and 6 bristle, $1.20.
Full quart high grade Witch
Hazel for 20c.
Iirge pkg. Borax Chips. 10c.
1-qiiart Household Ammonia, 1.1c.
Sanl Flush, 25c size, 17c.
Mquid Veneer. 25c size, 17c.
Bed Wing tiiapc .Miice. qi., ;t lr.
Ni hoi's Cleaning Fluid, 25c si.o
4 rolls 10c crepe Toilet Paper
Burraaa-lTaeh Co. Main rloor.
Rose Bushes; Some With Foliage
alf Ready to Set Out, 10c Each
JOIN th movement to make Omaha
the "City Beautiful." by planting
shrubs and flowers, for Saturday we
offer hardy rose bushes, acclimated
to the Nebraska wtathcr. Thousands
have been received from one of the
befct nurseries in the country; all are
in healthy, first class, condition, 2-year-old
slock, due 4, bloom this sea
son. They are ready to put in the
ground now. ,
The list includes:-
Crneral JacquPmlnot . .
Climbing American Beauty )
.U.THF.A. i PIIUIX
j While I Pink
' Red. I Red
PF.OMKS , White,
i Kf-d ' Iris.
White. I 1ir)aiiftieiiiiiin
i Spirea Van lloutte. , White Yellow.
Pick out your favorite Saturday and when you get home do not
put the bushes in the cellar. If not ready to plant, wet the roots and
temporarily insert into the ground.
Boryeaa-iraalt Co. Baeement.
Seed, lb 23
Trans - Missis
sippi I. awn Mix
ture, at, lb. 20o
seed, lb. . .63o
Burreea.BTaih Co. Basement.
Purple Boston Ivy
PATTON'S "Sun Proof" paint,
guaranteed to be pure good
range of colors to select from;
gallon can, 92.23.
K a I k omo sanitary
wall finish, 5-lb. l.'xi
Bapolin Knamels, all
colors, per can, 23c
Sapolln screen paint
per can, 15c.
2-inch Black bristle
varnish brush, spe
Climax wall paper cleaner, can, 8c
Odds and ends of house and floor
paints, gallon. $1.23.
Bura-eea.eTaab Co. Baaemeat.
. . . 3Hc
4 tine !)
Galvanized win?, poul
try netting. V. inch
mesh, rolls of I .".o run
2-ft. high roll.
3 ft. high roll.
1-ft. high roll .
5-ft. high roll .
24-tine wire lawn rake
Black Japanned screen
wire doth, best qual
ity, 4 -inch hize, yard,
12-tine hardwood han
dle garden iakc..ltc
I'.-p'ce floral hhJh, rake,
hoe and trowel. . . .30c
4 V -ft. ban- i, - - - . .
die forged I'
steel, hoe ' t'fm
for .. . .10c
hest possihle tit any price.
There is not a single disappoint
ment. The fabrics include the
hest combinations. Fancy mix
tures, worsteds, those reliable
serges, homespuns, etc.
Models for every figure '-all
clever, none extreme; in fact, we
claim for them the biggest values
offered anywhere at the price.
$13.65 to $40.00
We Feature for Saturday-
Men's New Suits at $25.00
New double-breasted. ;!-button. soft roll collar, high waist line.
New Pinch back, half-belted waist line, plain or slide pockets.
Very distinctive -our own creation.
New 1, 2 and :i-button sacks, form tracing, well defined lines,
semi-box back or long vent.
The New Top Coats for Men and Young Men at $25
Other Top Coats, $13.65 to $40.03 '
Burreaa-Naah Co. Fourth rloor.
Remarkable Sale of MEN'S SHIRTS Saturday at About
Half the Regular Selling Price7Choice $1.35
HliHK'S certainly good news for (Saturday,
big group special of men's new summer
which we very fortunate Iv "Picked" up at a sacrifice;
yes, they are odd lots and broken lines, but every shirt
;u ..i' .. i, : i i : i .. ii i i t
i.- u jiik'i-m1 aoe iiiui, nils season s. buikc, auu in
a wide range of styles. The materials are silks and $135
ouier ngni weignt sniriings, in a nig seieciion oi new f ,
patterns and colorings, all sizes, 14 to 17 neckband.
If you could see these shirts here as wo do at this writ
ing and realize the wonderful values, there would be
no need for this announcement. We consider the
values simply wonderful.
Men's Spring Neckwear 65c
1Y ieauuiui new enecis in sprang hook wear, eul I rem ncl) quality
i silks, in big wide flowing ends.
Bnrreae.Naeh Co Mala rloor.
Take Your Pick of These
Men's $3.00 to $3.50 Soft or
.. - - i
Stiff Hats Saturday, at
A N'OTIIKK most uuusui
of A" Kinds
0l!K Sporting (lools Section
on the Fourth floor is well
equipped for the season's "out
door sports." Special attention
has been given to the demands
of the enthusiastics of women's
spurts with a thought of great
est service to them.
Complete storks of golf supplies
representing the best makes
Golf Clubs. l.2r, to ijt.VOO.
Coif Rags, $:t.M in $15.00.
Coif Halls, I Or to ".V.
The "Crack of ibe Hal'' is heard
on mot-t every vacant lot now; we're
ready to meet your requirements.
, Hase ball shoes, stockings, hiill:,
bats, iiiasKs, etc.
Hoy s Fielder Cloves, U5c to $1.00.
Hoy's Catchei s Mitts. 2."ic to $1.00.
Men's Kiel. let's Cloves, $I.OO to $M.OO
Men s Catcher's Mills, $l.oo to $H.tM,
Orders taken for liusc Hull I nlfoi ins.
Bnrgeat-lf ah Co. Fourth rloor.
MANUFACTURER'S SAMPLE LINE OF TRUNKS,
SUIT CASES and TRAVELING BAGS Underpriced
Y'lT'Lli appreciate these values when you see tlieni. The trunks, cases and bags all re
present the product of one of the best manufacturers. It behooves you to take ad
vantage of this offering Saturday. .'.
Dress and Steamer
Several styles, .'it to -Id inch
al value in the men's
store for Saturday. An
opportunity to select your
new Master hat. Soft or
stiff hats in a great vari
ety of styles, including nil the best shades, both lig' t and
dark; all sizes represented; hats that are the usual $3.00
and $.'.')() values, here Saturday for your selection at $1.95.
Burgeae-Vaab Co. ronrtb rloor.
BURGESS-NASH $3.50 and $4.00
SHOES FOR MEN -Fourth Floor
WN claim are the best values at the price to be found In men's
The Burnasco $5.00 Shoe3
are Just one step better, shown In ull leathers and a big variety of lasts
from hich to select.
We are exclusive selling agents for these shoes for Omaha,
better made. Burg.ea-Maab Co. ronrtb rloor.
Auto Trunks to $20 for $8.95
An assortment including uuto
trunks, carry-alls, etc. Moor sam
ples, styles and sizes to fit almost
any car. Heavy covers, reinforced
throughout, worth to $20, for $H.I.V
Burg.aa.Kaab Co. rourtb rioor.
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- IJ U X U rH V
sies, some "ply veneer,
roundeil r o i n f o re e d top
edges, duck covered; trunks
worth to H.'iO for $8.95.
Traveling: Bags and Suits Cases,
$10.00 for $4.95
Oxford bags, leather lined, leather corners,
with pockets, black or tan, long grain
leather, sizes 1!, 17 and lK-inch, flaw
catch, worth to $10.00. for $4.95.
Suit Cases and Bags,
to $12.50, for $6.95
Beautifully made and lined,
stitched edges, single or
double locks. Hlack crepe
grain cowhide, blaek or tan,
worth $12.50, for $6.95.
"EYE RYD ODY3 STORE