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SPEAKS HERE SUNDAY AT THE
STATE CHARITIES MEETING.
Smith. Mrs. Samuel Vrank, C C. Beldon,
'club, Political Kquallty league, liqual
Nurse association, University club,
Young Women's Christian association,
Bar association, Young Men's Christian
association, Notary club. Douglas County
Suffrage society and Roolal Settlement.
Alliance Will Bring
German Show Here
The Omnha branch of the QoVnian
1 American theater Wednesday, May 6,
performances.
The conversational comedies of the
modern typo wilt bo represented. Ger
mans of Omaha and vicinity and th
students of the German language will
havo an opportunity to hear "modern
stago German.
"Bin Donkter Punkt" Is the title of
tho first show to be given.
Tather Stenson and W. F. Baxter.
Franchise society, Central Labor union,
Elks, Rest Estate exchange, Omaha Be
tall Grocer a' association, Kconomlo
leasue, Omaha Civic league. Noonday
club, Women's Christian Temperance
union, City Mlnslon, Associated Charities,
Child Saving Institute, Omaha Suffrage
association, Antl-Satoou league, Vlatlnr
and Sunday, May 10. This company con
sists of the regular members of the Ger
man slock company, who after their reg
ular season make a tour through the
principal cities of the middle west. Omaha
1
Kntertalnment, Frank I Halter, chair
man; Governor Morehead, Mayor
Dahlman, Hon. A. C. Kueet, Joseph Pol-
car, Victor Rosewater, W. It. Watson,
and representatives of the following
Key to the SItuatlon-Bee Advertising.
Newspaper Ailvertlslng Is the Bead to
Business Success.
I American alliance has engafced the Ocr
1 man Theater company of VhkoRni and
'Milwaukee, for two performance In the
hns not lieen Included In their Itinerary
for the last six years until the local al
liance ngngrd the troupe for the coming
organization. Commercial cIud, Board of
Education, Social Science board, Woman's
JL
i Store Hours. 8:30 A. M. to 6 p. m. Saturday till 9 P. M.;
SUMMER FURNITURE
OUR Una of furnlturo for tho porch or sun
room is vory complote, consisting ot
porch and lawn Bwings, wood setteos, reed
settees, chairs, desks, tables, stands, etc.
Prices are most reasonable.
Bargsss-Nash Oo. Third rioor.
BURGESS-
CO.
FRAMED PICTURES
A 8 a special feature for "Homcfitter's
Week" wo of for our entire stock of
4
framed pictures at a
discount
.20 OFF
"EVERYBODY'S STORE"
Bariress-xrash Co. Main Floor Balcony.
Sunday, April 20, 1014.
STOUK NUWS FOIt MONDAY.
Corner ltlth mid narnoy Sts.
HOMEFITTER'S WEEK" Sales Begin Here on Monday
THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEti: AP1UL '2b 1914.
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Head of the Board of Public Welfare,
Kansas City, who Is to speak Sunday
afternoon nt the high school aiidltovlum
to the Nebraska Conferenco of Clmxltlca
. and Correction on the subject, "Board of
Tubllo Welfare,"
CONEBREHCBJTARTS TODAY
Nebraska Charities Will Hold Three
Days' Meeting in Omaha-
TO TALK OVER SITUATION
aicthods of llnndllnK Crime and
PoTtrty lu Cities' Will Oe nroaebt
' Up for Analysis nnd Rem
edies S assented.
It wll be nothing less than a high
class school of sociology conducted for
three days In Omaha beginning Sunday
and lasting until Tuesday evening when
the Nebraska Conferenco of Charities and
Correction la held here. Thlrty-slx num
bers aro on tho program. This means
that, by discounting a few of the num
bers which are Invocations and addresses
of welcome thero are to be about thirty
high class papers and discussions by ex
perts on the subjects that properly come
before such a body of delegates from all
pnrtsof the state. '
ThS' Is to be a bpdy of delegates that
reprf tent ' tho heads of Institutions and
organizations of the state that moke &
business of charitable and corrective
work. THoeo who take part In the dis
cussion's are. nurses and sheriffs, heads
xf,: asylums t and chiefs of police, notice
matrons and Judges, city charity workers
and members of the State Board of
Control. -
Will Dlscnss Crime.
Tho practical and the theoretical prep
ositions for tho handling of crtrna and
poverty are to be, thoroughly uone over
by those who have seen. Thus a round
table of sheriffs, wardens and xcnunty
commissioners Is to be held Tuesday
morning. It Is to be conducted by James
Fenton, warden of the state penitentiary.
Hero all the Problems that confront the
Rherlff, the warden and the commissi' .ner
aro to be taken up especially In thtlr
relations to one another.
"The Co-ordination of Publlo and Pri
vate Agencies for the Prevention of De
pendency" Is the subject of a papor by
Miss Mabel W. Porter, secretary of the
Associated Charities of Omaha. This Is
to be given Monday morning at ! at
Jacobs hall, 171? Dodge street. A half
dozen persons of experience In this work
have been schedulod to discuss tho paper,
"Municipal Problems" Is to be the uh
Ject of a paper by W.- J. Sprlnghori of
Cleveland. The discussion on this subject
1s to be led by W. F, Baxter of Omaha.
Paper on nefornintorjr.
Dr. Katharine Bemont Davis -f New
York City is to have a paper on the "Bed
ford Beformatory." Other speakers of
national -reputation In work of charity
and correction are to address the confer
ence.. The meeting Sunday afternoon Is t.. te
In the nature of a mass meeting In Ins
high school auditorium. The opening Mi
dresses by tho governor and mayor as
well as addresses of welcome nnd state
ments of purpose are tn be made at th's
time. This will clear the decks for the
actual business session.1) of Monday and
Tuesday. The sessions durinT the day
Monday will be held at Jacobs 'tall and
the evening session Mnndav Is to be .eld
at the high school auditorium. The Tues
day morning session Is to be held at
Jacobs hall and the afternoon scsh'nn
Is to be at the Nebraska School for the
Deaf. A complimentary tea Is to be
served by the School for the Deaf at 4:?0.
Following are the officers of the confer
ence: President, Judge Howard Kennedy,
Lincoln: first vice president, Mrs. F. H.
Cole, Omaha; second vice president, Miss
Ida Rabbins, Uncoln: secretary, Miss
TxuUe McPherson, Omaha; treasurer.
Miss Annie C. Krampf, North Platte.
TCxecutlve committee: Mrs. H. h. Keefe,
Walthlll: Miss Edith Tobltt. Omaha; Bev.
John Calvert, Crete: Judge Lincoln Frost,
Lincoln; Dr. D. E. Jenkins, Omaha; Luclle
Eaves, Ph. D., Lincoln;
I.ocnl Committer!.
The local committees In charge of the
arrangements for the conference are as
follows:
General chairman, Mra. F. H. Cole, first
vico' president; secretary treasurer, Miss
Joulso MoPherson; assistant secretaries,
(Miss Mabel W, Porter and Miss Margaret
CJuthrlc.
pommlttee on organisation, Mrs. F. II.
Cole. Miss Louise McPherson, Mis
Tobltt, Miss Porter, Rabbi Conn. H. H.
Claiborne, K. F, Denlson, F. L. Haller,
Dr. D. E. Jenkins, Dr. Ira W. Porter,
Edgar H. Scott, G. G. Wallace and Bev,
Jghn Williams.
Program. Babbl Frederick Cohn, chair
man; Miss Euphemla Johnson, Dr. O. A,
Young and Dr. D. E. Jenkins.
Place of meeting. Dr. Ira W. Porter,
chairman; Mrs. M. D. Cameron.
Finance, H. H. Claiborne, chairman;
Very Bev. J. A. Tancook, Judge A. I
Sutton, Miss Mabel W. Porter and Miss
Louise McPherson.
Reception, Miss Edith Tobltt, chair
man; Mrs. C. W. Hayes, Mrs Draper
THIS Is "HOMEFITTEIt'S
WEEK" at this big: helpful
store. Every section given over
to morchandlso of this sort
contributes its best service to
the interest ot homefltters this
week.
The sale has been planned to
be of the greatest possible
helpfulness in nsslstlng tho
housewives In the sprlngtimo
housecleanlng nnd in the
brightening of tho home for
tho now season,
MUS. C. C. STUBBS, who for a
number of years managed a
well-known Interior decorating
shop at 209 South 19th Btreet,
Is now connected with our In
terior Decorating Department.
Mrs. Stubbs Is an export in her
line and her experience in tho
selection ot unusual homo fin
ishings Is offered to you.
Special attention is given to
the REPAIRING and CLEAN
ING of ORIENTAL RUGS.
If you have work of this
character, call DOUGLAS 137,
RUG SECTION, or mall us a
card with your request and our
representative will call and glvo
you an estimate on tho work,
Kod-NASH CO.
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SALE OF A MAKER'S SURPLUS STOCK OF LACE CURTAINS.
E PURCHASED n certain maker's surplus stock of fine muslin, loom laec, cable net, Scotch lace, Brussels weave curtains at a gr
and tho way we bought is tho way we offer to you. No matter what your curtain requirements may be, you are certain to find
f$7.95 to $10.50 Imported Lacet Arabian Curtains, $5
These Curtains are 3 yards long and 45 inches wide. Not a pair m tho
lot worth less than $7.95 and on up to $10.50. You can choose from this
L great purchase Monday at, pair, $5.GQ.
$5.00 to $7.50 Duchess Curtains, $3.95 ! $6.95 to $7.95. Flemish Curtains, $4.95
Boautitul imported curtains of duchess net, i Kino Flemish Crochot curtains, mounted
45 Inches wldo and 3 yards long, wldo se- JJ) jjJq
lection of choice patterns, $5.00 to $7.00 t
values, pair
$500
PAIR.
eat under price,
your needs hero.
50c Curtains, 20c
Loom laco curtains,
2& yards long by 27
Inches wldo; white;
50c valuos, pair
29c
morcorlzed innrqulsotto, doublo thread, ex
qulslto selection of designs; tho usual
C.95 to $7.95 values, .per pair
91.00 Curtains, 40c
Loom lace curtains.
2 yards long by 36
inches wide; whito;
$1.00 values, pair. . .
39c
SPECIAL!
Half pair mill sample cur
tains, -worth $1.00 to $1.50
pair, Monday, each strip
15o
7Ac CurtniiiN, UOc
lyoom lace curtains,
2 yards long by 36
Inches wide; white;
76c valuos, pair
$1.25 Muslin Curtains at 59o
Plain with inserted edgos, also with J f.
colored borders ot bluo, pink and Tf(
yellow; $1.25 values, pnlr tV
$1.95 Novelty Net Gurt'? at $1.25
Novelty not curtains, wnito only,
largo slzo; worth $1.95; Monday,
tho pair
$2.95 Embroidered Scrim Curtains, $1.95
Hanu omuroiacrou scrim curtains,
2 Vi yards by 3G in.; natural and
ivory; worth $2.95; Monday, pair.
Bnrgass-Wssa Co. Third rioor
..$195
SPECIAL!
Half pair mill sample cur
tains, worth $1.75 to $2.50
pair, Monday, each strip
1 "V .
2
OG
$500 'waaij&c
PAIR. IxKlSllllliii Ste I
LAS
$1695
$22.50 to $25 Axminster Room Size Rugs
in This "Homefitters, Week" Sale. $16.95
THE rugs were bought especially for this occasion under tho most
advantageous conditions. They aro the product of tho foremost
rue: makers mado of extra noavy duality all wool yarn, mo pai
1 iAtna n ail inTonr annnir nrinnin nnii 1 11 iiih h t
4 Hon you will find a splendid variety of colorings,
II. . a . u a a a I . . . I il FX A.
sootn in iiorat ana oriental designs; sizes -jiu iuci,
r usual szz.uu 10 tzo.uu vaiues ior
$40 to S45 Roval Wilton Rufrs. $33,00
Royal Wilton rugs, room size, extra hoavy quality and
newest spring ptuicrua uuu cuiunugn, I f e
the usual $40 to $4tf values for. ....... PjO
$22.50 Axminster Rugs, $15.95
Axminster rugs, slzo 8-3x10-6 feet, beau
tiful selection or patterns, mi c QC
$22.50 values, at iplO.iJU
$2.30 Rugs, $1.58
Extra quality Ax
minster, size 27x54-
r:'...$i.58
$4.1:5 lings, $2.05
Extra quality Ax
minster, slzo 3x6
r...$2.95
Bnrfftsi-ITMh Oo. Third rioor,
Sale of Table and Household LINENS
PATTERN CLOTHS, in a variety of sizes and choice range of patterns,
on sale Monday at a big reduction.
70x08-in. Cloths, yrcro $2.00, at.... $1,50 BlxBl-ln. Cloths, were $5.50, at. . . .$4.00
72x00-ln. Cloths, were $4.00, at.... $2.75 P0xl08-in. Cloths, were $8.50, at. . .$0.25
S1.00 to $1.50 Lunch Cloths and Centerpieces, 49c
Cluny, Battenberg and drawn work, 24x24, 36x3G and 45x45
inches; also a few scarfs, a sample line, and. some are slightly
soiled, regular $1.00 to $1.50 values; choice Monday, each.
Table Damask, 70-inch all
linen; cream, extra ? C
... UOt
? 49c
heavy, yard
Tablo Cloths, 54x80 or 00x
63; mercerized, hemmed or
hemstitched and ready for
use; were 98c,
for
59c
69c
Table Damask, 68 and 70 in.,
all linen bleached; variety
of designs, 85c qual
ity, yard
Napkins, 14xl4-ln., hem
stitched, lunch size, assorted
designs, were DC
$1.25' dozen, at. . . . OOC
Borreia-Vaita oo. zxain rioor.
Napkins, 14x14, scalloped,
frlngod and hemstitched;
were $1.95 to
$2.50 dozen, at,
Mats Turkish bath mats,
good, heavy quality, well
worth 25c, Monday 1 f
at IUC
$1.65
SPECIAL
For MONDAY
Homo needs nt Having prices.
Soap, 12 Bars for 25c
Diamond "C" laundry soap, In tho
Moudny at. . 12 bars 25c
Brooms at 17c
Four-tie brooms, good quality ot
broom corn, basomcnt, 1 y
Monday at, each X C
Lighthouse Cleanser, 3c
Regular 5c canB, in the o
basement Monday, can .... O C
Toilet Paper, 10 for 25c
Good quality toilet paper, in the
SS?dTit..lO rolls 25c
10c Palmolivo Soap, 5c
Palmollvo toilet soap, Mon- J?
day at toilet soctlon, 10c cake QC
25c Sani-Plush, 17c '
Saul-Flush, regular 25c, in
Drug section, Monday. . , JL C
Borax. Chips, 18c
Large package at Drug " Q
section Monday, at IOC
Ivory Soap, 3c
Ivory soap, regular 5c size, y
at Toilet Hectlon, cake. .'. . . OC
Cocoanut Oil Soap
At Toilet Goods section, Monday,
8 cakes 25 c
MILLINERY That is Different Distinc
tive, Authentic-. Unusual Sale Monday
THE offering includes our regular stook now, beau
tiful merchandise, desirablp goods. Many of the
hats arrived not more than a week ago.
All Trimmed Hntu that wore $15.00, Monday at $ 9.08
All Trimmed Hnta that vrcro $20.00, Monday at 814.08
All Trimmed Hals that were $80.00, Monday nt S10.08
AllTrlinined Hat tliat were $40.00, Monday at S2756
All Trimmed Hatw that were $00.00, Monday nt 832.50
Borffeia-Haili Oo. Sccona OToor.
Millinery Bargains, Economy Basement
YOUR choice of any trimined hat in our now
basement Millinery Section, worth $2.98 up to
$10.00, in three groups Monday, at
$1.00, $2.00 and $3.00
75c Made-up Stamped Night Dresses, 49c
STAMPED in a variety of pretty and new designs on fine
French nainsook; our regular 75c quality, in the sale Mon- II U H
day, your choice of the assortment at, each "fUw
Embroidery Silk Embroidery Cotton Summer Slips
Qlossllla embroidery silk. Mercerized, all wanted, col- Ready for use, for porch or
regular 6c skeins. o ora, regularly 3 for - sun room, new pat- q
Monday at C 10c; per skein XC torns, each ,. sC
PENNANTS TO GO AT ONE-HALF PRICE
Including Creighton, Omaha and Nebraska
50c Pennants, 25c-75c Pennants, 37c$l Pennants, 50c
Bnrgei-irh Co, g.cona Ploor.
Vernis Marten
Bed Stead, $6.50
XACTLY as illustrated (wlth
out bolator or spread). Has
2-lnch posts with 1-ln.
supports and 5 fillers,
Monday special
at
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nrnri
JrlFTTfTni
Wllllili iWiPP
Bnraraii-tftih Co. Third rioor.
Special Demonstration Here Monday of
LA VICTOIRE CORSETS
i
ARB you taking advantage ot the special demonstration ot
La Vlctoire coreets given dally In our corset section,
second floor?
MISS LEWIS, the clover instructor and lecturer tor
Im Vlctolro Corsets, is here oxpresaly for tho purpose of
superintending tho fitting of La Vlctolro patrons, with
their new spring corsets.
With a few words she can solve any corset problem.
Her hearers boo new beauty possibilities in their figures
and learn bow to overcome defects.
LA VICTOIRE CORSETS ,
are the standard by which the stylo, health and service of other
makes aro gauged. There is a model tor every distinct type at
figure. Why not let Miss Lewis select one for you?
P. S. On acoount of tb rrtat demand for h.r a.rric.i Xtai Xwis'
stay with ua muit n.o.B.arliy bo brief. Oar patron, tlinrtforo, ar.
nrffta to 1010 no umi ra coniaiunf Bar.
Burg-.n-Kssh Co. Second rioor.
At About Yz Price
r
SEVERAL thousand pieces of ns pretty china as ever
left the Mikado's Flowery Island-Kingdom the sam
ples from which wo selected our lines for next fall.
Useful china, ornamental china and dainty shell-like china
that's both useful and ornamental, and what an array!
Sugar and Cream Seta,
Mayonnaise Bets,
Chocolate Pots,
. Fancy Plates,
Celery Trays,
Chop Dishes, Don lion Dishes,
Cake Dlshex, Fancy Nappies,
Salad Howls, Iloudolr Setx,
Puff Doxes, Fruit Howls,
Cracker Jam, Fern DUucw,
Nice for immediate use on your own table or just the
thing for anniversary, birthday or wedding gifts, club prizes,
etc. There's a saving of about half on every piece. JuBt an idea:
35c Decorated Jap
China at ... .
$1.00 Decorated Jap
China at ... ,
19c
49c
$1.75 Decorated
Jap China at ,
$2.25 Decorated
89c
5.Z5 .Decorated r
Jap China at . P X 1 57
ur9ti-Wain Co. Bamnt
Ecomomy
Basement
Bed Sheets, 40c
Bed sheets, 81x90, seamless, laun
dered ready for use, sec- yQ
onds of 80o quality, each. nrC
8c to 10c Crash, 3l2c
Linen finished buck toweling, 2
to 10-yard lengths, 8c to QJL
10c quality, yard O2C
50c Damask, 29c
72 and C4-lnch pure whito mer
cerized table damask, 50c nn
grade, yard C
Towels at 8c
Slightly Imperfect Turkish bath
towelB, 30 to 45 inches long, cy
seconds of ICc kind, each. . OC
$1,00 Spreads, 59c
Pure white dimity bed spreads,
slnglo bed size, $1.00 val- CQa
ues, each OtC
120 to 15c Draperies, 7Y2c
Curtain scrim, crotonno 17 '
and sllkollnes, yard. .... I 2 C
10c Ticking, 8V&c
Fancy assortment ticking, mill
ends, 2 to 20 yards, 16c OJL
to 19c grade, yard OsfC
Burrtaa-traih Co. Baimnt.
Sample TAILORED SUITS Just in From
New York's Foremost Maker, Monday
$2375
AND every one in the selec
tion is a most pleasing, in
dividual and distinctive model.
Copies of models from such
famous fashion creators ns
Paquin, Callott,
Bernard,Premet
and Others
EVERY GARMENT is new
and frosli, styles that aro absolutely
authoritative and decreed In vogue
by their popular demand.
THE MATERIALS are plain
imported mannish serges, gabar
dines, checkn, etc.
THE JACKETS are the new
short effect with the drop shoulder
and Napoleon collar,
THE SKIRTS aro the tunio
deslgnn, almost every popular spring
shade Imaginable Is represented.
There aro a number of exclusive
models only one of a kind.
The qualities are superb they are
most carefully made.
The price Monday represents an
extreme value at $'43.70.
Bnrfaia-Ifaili Ccr Stcond rioor.
f Li will
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:Burgess-Nash Co. Everybody's Store 10th and Harney.i

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