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THE BEE: OMAriA. SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1917.
13 Brie) City News S' Friday, March 9, 1917. BURGESS-NASH STORE NEWS FOR SATURDAY -Phone Douglas 137 ilute KiNit I'r.ul It Nuw Beacon I'rvss. KleiMT, UiMth uiuvvd to toy a) Hotel Bid tfualitak quMfit tjuantitati. Ed holm, jeweler. National Oi'iiiikc Day See Huskct Mores' display mi on page eight. 'I'd Tnlk to Barrister-Dana Van lusen will speak Saturday noon be fore the Bamstrrs' club at the Omaha Commercial ulub. oners Two IaUs for Gardens Mrs. Ituiker, 819 North Fiftieth avenue, h;is two lots that might be gardened and offers them to the city gardening committee. Shoe Polish Royal or Jet Oil, 10c oolile Sc. The Basket Stores. Didn't Have u Cent F. Foster, 19 IS 'ass street, proved to be a poor victim for two highwaymen who held him tin on Cass, between Eighteenth an Nineteenth, Thursday night, Foster didn't have a cent on him. Bible Class Leaders The leaders of the neighborhood Bible classes will meet with Mrs. G. U. Baird on Mon day, March 12, at 2:30 p. m. in the i oung Women a Christian association. The study of the life of Joseph will be taken up. To Talk Camp Plans The girls of the loung women s Christian asso ciation will hold a mass meeting Sat urday night at the association rooms to talk over plans for the new sum mer camp, which will be located at the old South Omaha Country club grounds. Goes for Body of Father General Traffic Manager Johnson of the North western was in Omaha this morning on his way back irom California. where he went to escort the body of his father, who recently died out there. The body was taken to Water- town, S. D.t lor burial. Landseekers Taken West With party of fifty landseekers, S. B. How ard of the Burlington land depart ment has gone to western Nebraska and Wyoming. Practically all the men are farmers from Iowa and 11 li nois and are going west to Hie on government land or purchase from settlers. Steal Three Pounds of Butter- Bold thieves took a long chance to swipe three pounds of butter from the grocery store of Sam Greenburg at Twenty-lourth ana .Hickory streets. They broke the lock on the front door to gain entrance to the shop, despite a glaring arc light, whose bright rays make the door of the store visible for some distance.' Three Autos Stolen Abe Levy, 4923 South Twenty-fourth street, left his automobile parked at Twenty-fifth and Kansas avenue.- When he returned it had disappeared. J. Morfleet. 1220 First National Bank building, lo&t his car irom in front of 117 Fark ave nue, while a car left In front of 2572 Harney street by J. A. Lynch, 3714 Cuming street, is now in the hands of thieves. Lamb Forequurtcrs, per lb., 13c. eu tne na.uu.ei mores. Farmer Struck by Automobile and Dies On Way to Hospital lldnry UeiiiiiiiKS, aced 66, a farm er, living hear Seventieth and Dorcas streets, was killed last evening near bixty-sixth and Center streets as a result of being struck by an automo bile driven by Herman Root, 19, Sixtieth and Center streets. Hen- nings died in the automobile while being taken to the hospital Death was due to internal injuries. Hennings, with two friends, August Neuhaus and Laooolt Fodv. was on his way home from a lodge meeting. At sixty-sixth and Center, .Root, in trying to avoid a mudhole, crashed into Hennings, hurling him under the machine. His two companions heard the approaching car and jumped in time to save tnemseives. Hennings is survived by a wife and a step.daughter. He had lived on the same farm, Seventieth and Dorcas streets, for ten years. Root was released on $5,000 bond, put up by his brother, J. C. Root, Sixtieth and Center streets. The car was the property of his brother. He is a student of a local business col lege. He is the son of Allen Root of the same address. Merry-6o-Eounds To Be Installed on Public Playgrounds The Recreation board yesterday evening resolved to ask the city coun cil to advertise for bids for fifteen-merry-go-rounds for the public play grounds. It is proposed to have this new apparatus installed in time for the opening of the outdoor season. George C. Clark was reappointed chief umpire for amateur. base ball games next, season. The board will open a new diamond on a tract south or the Swift packing plant, South Side. It is proposed to establish an other diamond on the South Side. Superintendent Isaacson reported that 208,895 skaters attended the pub lic skating places this season. The board approved a community center athletic carnival to be held in the Auditorium on Wednesday eve ning, March 28. The program will consist of drills, dances and games taught at the centers by the Recrea tion board's supervisors. Omaha Lid Tight; One Raid on the South Side Omaha was about the quietest spot on the map when it came to lid tilting last night. Although there was an extra force of detectives and police out. not a raid had been made up to 1 o'clock this mornillEr Mrpnl when South Side police raided Tom :inecncy's saloon, Twenty-fifth and N precis- and arrested six inmates. 1 hey were released on $5 bonds. The proprietor escaped. .'undred Concorders Meet at the Henshaw Wrinkles from the brow of care were wiped away at the Concord club banquet and meeting held Thursday evening in the Henshaw Rathskellar. About 100 were present. Walter Adams, as a female inpersonator, was the feature of the evening's enter tainment. The principal speaker of th. evening was David Mercer. It ivas decided to hold a noon-day ban quest at the Commercial club. 1'arch 22. TokdmiiiJ Tlgera Win. The Towend Tlgem won an CBiy gam rrum the Oyin Leader, at the "V la. I nla-hl Both teitma are member, of ll,e Commercial leaiiug. I'll, final ..nr. .v., I 10 2. At the I'loae of the 11. at hall the aeore stood II to tl. i i , , ., featured for the Townaeml, iu ,.,, Aeld aualt eai h. It's "Springtime" at Burgess-Nash-Your Store Spring Blouses New And Distinctive Featured At $5.00, $6.50, $7.50 and Up A COMPLETE range of the new colors, with the popular pastel tl shades, as well as white and pastel combinations. Displaying many attractive style notes in the newest ma terials. Tailleur and sport blouses of linen, crepe de chene, pongee, habutai, men's wear crepe and La Jerz. Blouses for Dress and Suit Wear, $6.50, $8.50, $10 and Up. Handsome blouses for dress and suit wear in georgette crepe, lace and soft nets, va riously trimmed with hand em broidery, beads, real laces and dainty tucks and hemstitching. Burgaas-Naah Co. Sacood Floor nAISY Pattern Teaspoons Heavily plated teaspoons, daisy pattern, in a special group, Saturday, at 75c the Vi dozen. Mustard Jars, 25c Cut glass mustard jars, silver plated top, glass spoon, specially priced, at 25c each. Candle Sticks, 25c Silver plated candle sticks, complete with candle and shade. Meat Platters A special display of meat platters, plain or well and tree style, all nickel silver base, plated in a high-grade Sheffield plate. Price range, $5.95 to $25.00. Burteii.Naah Co. Main Floor CILVER Dorine Boxes, 19c Tretty German silver dorine boxes, engraved style, French gray finish; complete box, mir ror and finger chain. Children's Purse, 25c Children's coin purse, Ger man silver, two compartments, with chain. Neck Chains, 50c Amber effect bead neck chains, 26 inches long, strung with colored beads alternating. Very new and special, at 50c. Bracelets, 95c Fine, gold-filled, engraved bracelets, guaranteed to wear 10 years, patent catch. Un usual values at 95c. Burfaia-Naah Co. Main Floor Leather Hand Bags For Spring at $3.95 ATTRACTIVE real morocco hand bags, neat snap catch, leather covered frames, silk lined with double or single inside pocket frame, wide leather ribbon handle, all have mirror, included in this lot are a few real seals; priced at $3.95. Real Leather Hand Bags. Saturday, $1.00 AN assortment of real .leather hand bags, also strap purses; bags are fitted with purse and mirror, have metal or covered frames, back strap purses have fancy trimmings and inside frame purse ; extra- coin purse and mirror; special, Saturday, at $1.00. Burieat-Nath Co. Main Floor Women's Union Suits 39c OUR underwear section announces this special for Sat urday low neck and sleeveless, white cotton union suits, fancy assorted lace yokes, knee length, lace trim med bottoms. A season's supply bought at this price means a big saving to you. Women' Cotton Hose, 39c Black cotton hose, full fashioned, regular made foot, double garter tops, high spliced heel and double soles, in regular and extra sizes. . t BurfM-Naih Co. Main Floor Fashion's Latest Caprices Are Characterized? in the New , Coats and Suits Shown at Burgess-Nash The Tailleur Suits The return of the strictly tailleur suit is a pleasing feature of this collection of spring suits straight, almost mannish lines made of tweeds, serges, gaberdines, "ox fords," bolivias, poiret twills and novelty weaves, and with their plain skirts they give a smart appearance to the wearer of one of these Burgess-Nash tailleur suits. The Dress Suits Are made of finer- cloth fabrics and of exquisite sport materials and silks; pleated jackets, fancy belts, novel buttons and large collars are dominant style de tails. Suit prices range $25.00 and upward. Spring Coats Strictly New INTRODUCING the very new est "barrel" line coats also high-waisted, full-skirted mod els with big distended pockets, gauntlet or tight-fitting cuffs. Apple green, tans, mixtures, checks and a wonderful variety of light and dark shadings. Price range 114.75, $16.75, 419.50 and upward. Bur. a.B'-Na.h Co. Second Floor. "Tz-.:. rj---. Ha A Most Remarkable Sale of Trimmed Millinery Scheduled Here for Saturday. at $5.00 IT is without a "quibble'' the biggest treat in millinery that Omaha women have had for many a day and coming fully four (4) weeks before Easter right at the starting of the season, makes it doubly attractive. . We've a corps of artistic workers, and they've been busy as bees evolving delightful creations such as you see sketched at top, bottom, to the right and to the left of this ad. Table after table will be given over to this sale and plenty of salespeople. There will be Large Hats Medium Size Hals Stylish Turbans Close Fitting Hats Banded Sailors Dress Hats Lisere Straws Milan Hemps Milan. Straws HatsforWomen Hats for Matrons Hats for M isse Every hat bears the Burgess-Nash stamp of approval because it de lves it. Burfat.-Na.h Co. Sacond Floor ' Tmj wAJ i 'yH. I RUG Section n Specials Sat'day Pebeco tooth paste, 29c. Germaine face powder, 39c. Hind's Honey and Almond Cream, 34c. Jardine de Rose face powder, 29c. Free, 2 cakes Palmolive soap with a regular 25c jar Burgess-Nash cold cream or van ishing cream, 25c Face chamois, 10c. Large, heavy white ivory combs, at 49c. Bocabelli Castile soap, cake, lOo Peroxide, 10c. I Whisk brooms, 30c to 50c. Toilet soap, 3 cakes 10c. Precious Moments face powder, at 19c. Shah of Persia sftap, 19c. Transparent handle tooth brushes, 32c. Nonspi, 39c. Large powder puffs, 10c. ine powder, 19c. Danderine, 34c. Locust Blossom extract, 29c oz. Salhepatica, medium size, 34c. Listerine, medium size, 34c. Mentholatum, special, 16c. Household ammonia, 13c. 1 pt. witch hazel, 29c. Burgoaa-Naah Co. Main Floor BOYS! Better Hurry! Bird House Contest Starts March 10 CONTEST is open to every boy under 18 years. Those who intend to participate in the contest must enter their name either by mail or in person with the one in charge of the Sport ing Goods Department, Fourth Floor, not later than Thursday, March 15th. Come in Saturday for full particulars concerning the con test. BURGESS-NASH COMPANY. The New and Authentic In Spring Footwear May be seen in an attractive display on the Second Floor, designs exclusive to Burgess-Nash. Fine French kid New Brown kid White French kid New kidskin styles Silver grey kid Sea Gull grey Black French kid New patent kid boots A presentation of the very newest in bootery, with a prict tup of $4.00 to S14.O0. ( A Children' Special. IN the Children's Section dull calf and patent colt button shoes, child's and misses' sizes, $2.35 j big girls' sizes, 2tt to 6, at $2.95. Buritn-Naah Co. Sacond Floor California Violets Fresh Bunches,15c CALIFORNIA violets, fresh and sweet, 50 to the bunch, very special, Saturday, at 15c. Spring Flowers and Plant A splendid variety of spring out flowers and growing plants at special prices Saturday. Burfoia-Natb Co. Main Floor "Nemo Corset" The Foundation of a Correct Figure SATURDAY you will find a special display of Nemo corsets, suitable for medium slender figure, medium low bust, long skirt, elastic gore in back. A corset that will mould your figure on the correct lines. Price $2.00. Other models for any figure, $3.50 to $10.00. Women' Brassieres, 75c Allover lace and lace trimmed, open front, splendid fitting, lice 34 to 48; special, at 75c. ' . Burfaia.Naoh Co. Saeoni Floor Saturday in the Down Stairs Store An Absolutely New Assortment of Trimmed Hats, at $2.98 INCLUDING large and small sailors, turbans and close fitting hats, made up in such attractive materials as lisere braid, milan hemp arid, French crepe. A ribbon bow here a dainty flower there or an ornament artistically put on, gives them a style individuality all their own. Untrimmed Shapes, $1.00 In shinny straws, milan hemp and milans in all the shapes and colors of the season. Children's Hats, 69c, 98c, $1.98 Three unusually attractive groups of children's hats just re ceived which we put on sale Saturday, at 69c, 98c and $1.98. Burgaia-Naih Co. Down Stalra Storo These Are Very Unusual Silk Dress Values. Saturday at $15.95 ONE will give this selection more than a passing glance because their simple, yet distinctive lines will make an instant appeal to the well dressed woman. Made of taffeta, georgette crepe, a few of crepe de. chene and pop? Im. Colorings well in limited space all we can say is all the new spring shades are here. Silk Poplin Dresses, $5.95 Silk poplin, an excellent quality in models for street and afternoon wear. So varied are the colors that your color fa vorite is sure to be found in this group. New Spring Coats They are in serge, poplin, velours, plaids and checks in navy, green, gold, mustard and tan, with large collars and belts in the popular full and high waisted styles; price, $5.95 to $18.75. BurgMf-Nuh Co. Down Suirt Stor r Bur GESS-ta COIM EVERYBODYS STORE 1