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THE OMAHA' SUNDAY BEE: MARCH 25, 1917.
Sunday, March 25, 1917 BURGESS-NASH STORE NEWS FOR MONDAY Phone D. 137 "The Beautiful Rests on the Foundation of the Necessary" Emerson It's Springtime Now All Over the Store. A bower of fresh-blooming beauty th spirit and color and inspiration of a new spring caught and crystalhed and tat forth in the concrete form of merchandise. Everything here presented is the necessary, clothed in a radiant beauty, beautiful in its form or in its purpose. And ' the vision grows greater as we pass in review the guiding principles in the upbuilding of this store, adopted three short years ago, which have become this hon ored creed appreciation of what makes success and. a, fixed desire to take the patient steps leading to it. tagerntst to absorb new ideas, to neglect no op portunity,, to correct all errors. recognition that excel lence for its own sake is alone worth while. determination to forego temporary gain and build for permanent success. What ever measure of suc cess we have attained, we ac knowledge unreservedly ' is due in greatest part to the many men and women who have recognized the big, vital purpose of. this store and Brought to it their patronage. Not a day will pass without the blossoming of something necessary and beautiful in the store. Each day will see us expending our every energy in the service of clientele 'as generously appreciative as the people of Omaha and vicinity. You'd appreciate thit special showing Monday of Readyto-Wear Banded Sailors, at $3.98 to $15.00 FASHION has decreed that banded sail ors shall be the correct hat for present and early spring wear, and anticipating the unusual demand, we announce for Monday a most charming display of the newest ideas. The straws include 1 Liters China Piping Milan and M Han-Hem p , In black and almost every imaginable color combination. The range ef (election will fee most pleasing eo wrd in diversity of style individual and distinctive style char acteristic of Burgees-Nash the sort wanted by every woman who gives a thought to her head dress. Come, you'll enjoy the showing. BvimJM C Stem Tlr There's not been a single weave Uft out oj The Superior Showing Monday of Silks for Sport Wear P RACTICALLY every weave, every pattern and color combination you might desire is represented in this uncommon display. Among the weaves shown, are : Fairaway Silks, $3.50 and $4.00 Yard Heavy, rough erepy weave, in all the wanted new sport colors,' 38 inches wide. Pretty Yo-San Silks, at $2.93 ( Sport colorings with wide stripes, most desirable for pleated skirts, twenty-five different styles for selection. Rookie Sport Silk, at $3.50 For suits and skirts, solid color with wide satin strip effect, 86 inches wide. Imported Pongee Silk, at $1.49 Natural color, all pure silk with the newest sport figures and stripes, desirable for skirt and dresses. Wathabla White Satin, at $1.95 ' Desirable for sport skirts, will be very popular this season, 36 inches wide. Burg tst-Ntfth Co. Main Floor Most Interesting is This Display Monday of The New Modes in Women's Ready- to-Wear for Spring 1917 A. DISPLAY gay with spring colors, embracing suits, coats, skirts and dresses that cleverly por tray the latest style touches; combining a certain distinction with moderate pricing that will appeal to the discriminating women of Omaha and vicinity. New Coats, $14.75 and Upwards A large and varied showing including the belted, top cOat and "barrel" models, featuring large sport and distended pockets, gauntlet and tight-fitting cuffs and novel collars. Women's Tailleur Suits, $25.00 and Upwards The strictly tailored and more dressy suit tailored models, indicating fashion's trend in mannish tweeds, Poiret twills, gaberdine, serges, silk poplins, novelty wool weaves, taffetas, in black and choicest shad ings ; 34 to 36 sizes. Smartly New Skirts There are the stripes on bright and dark color ing, pleated in a way that show the work of an artist The materials are adaptable for dress or sports wear. Large pockets and belts are the lead ing style features. Price range, $10, $12.50, $16.50 and Up BargM-NM Distinctive New Dresses An assortment of new "one-piece" dresses, so varied and so pretty that on is glad " 'tis spring time." Every new style development is represented in our display. Straight line and pleated effects are very popular. Price range, $19.75, $22.50, $25 and Up Floor The "New Era" Club Sale First Payment Five Cent Brings You the Best Standard Rotary Sewing Machine This great "New Era" sale gives you advantages that can not be offered at any other time. There are no interest charges and no extra expense no drawing no chance no delay. Instead the plan pays cash dividends in advance to those who will help themselves to the dividends. " Only a Limited Number of Machines f err This Sale We have the agency for the STANDARD ROTARY. We consider it the best sewing machine in the world. Come, take your choice of any style or type on "New Era" terms, and pricei ranging upward from $20.00. It is the surest, safest and most profitable saving agreement for se curing a good machine. rms Table EOT of Weekly Payments O.OS I0.SS $1.05 $1.51 . lt Wlt llth Wwli 21st Week Slot Wirt .10 .so Tto i.eo 2d Wejc Htft Weelc tii Week 8d WX Hi .S i.lB 1.65 d WtK ttth Wofll m WetV 3d WW. .20 .70 1.20 1.70 Ht Week 14th Week ath Week 4th Week .38 .78 1.25 174 liy trtt l8lh Week tilth Week 8th Week 35 .80 1.30 1.80 th Week lth Week ISth Week 16th .Week Wi Week ITth Week 2Tth Week 7th'week .40 .DO 1.40 1.90 lh Wtk th Week 2th Week SIth Wee .48 ilS 1.45 Final Pr- til week lHi Week 28th Week meat 11SK "8b 1.66 1.50 1.9S Hth Week 20lh Week aqth Week yth Week CASH DIVIDENDS 10c fate advantage of th cash divi dend offer by re versing the pay ment by paying th final payments firsts' and In ad vance, before they are due. For each final payment yeu take up in advance you get 10-eent cash dividends. In this Way you can save $3.80 extra 6n a $39.00 Standard Ro tary In cash dividends. Six-drawer style the world's best machine, lock and chain stitch central needle style Standard Rotary $39.00 " . ' 19 '- ' ' f I f payment Immediate deliv ery, thtn very week yon pay 6c fnore than th pre vious week' payment. . BurK-Nh Ct.TvHh FloeV. Announcing for Monday Our Annual March Sale of Lace Curtains Involving several thousand pair of curtains that are offered to you At Remarkable Price Reductions Duchesse A SALE planned in the broadest merchan dising sense planned at this oppor-' tune time when every one is thinking of rejuvenating the home offering thousands of pairs of curtains, suitable for every room in the home, at reductions of the most extreme nature. The offering is so great and the values so won derful that no woman who has or anticipates a cur tain need can afford to let this sale pass unnoticed. You'll find such curtains as1. Notlinahams Filet Nets Scrims Voiles Marouisettes With Lace or Insertions Quaker Lace Marie Antionette Swiss Plain or Ruffled Arabian Lace Etc., Etc. Etc., Etc, They are all three yards long and regular widths, in an almost unlimited range of pattern selection. Ten great groups : Group 1 Includihg Curtains reduced to 58c Pair. Group 6 Including Curtains reduced to $1.96 Pair. J.: Group 2 Including Curtains reduced to 78c Pair. Group 7 Including Curtains reduced to $2.48 Pair. Group 3 Including Curtains reduced to 98c Pair. Group 8 Including Curtains reduced to $3.48 Pair. Group 4 Including Curtains reduced to $1.18 Pair. Group 9 Including Curtains reduced to - $4.98 Pair. Group 5 Including Curtains reduced to . $1.58 Pair. Group 10 Including Curtains. reduced to 1.98 Pair.- 77 $8. Extra salespeople and extra selling space has been provided for this sale that selections may be made with ease and convenience. Sale starts Monday morning, at 8 ;80. Bur..... c tum new ' ... . ' . : ' . ' - s ample Stationery at 17c to 98c ' Includihg Crane's linen lawn and Crane's Highland linen. This lot include an assortment of this spring's novelties prac tically every box at maker's cost 17c to 98c per quire box. 5-quire box of another well known make at $1.08. Burg ra.-N.ih Co. M.I. FlMr N1 Announcing EW Stamping Department Where various material? are Stamped with the design you de sire most for embroidering. De signs for women's and chil dren's wearing apparel, bed room sets, lunch sets, center pieces, monograms, initial, etc. Stamping on crepe, chiffon, velvet, satin and other delicate materials a special feature. Special assortment of bead ing designs now so much in de mand for dresses, waists, etc. We invlt you to take advan tage of this service. Free Lessons Under the direction of com petent instructor W give free lemons daily in making lamp; shades featuring complete line 6f wire lamp shad frames, with materials for making. Bar(M.-Nnh Cr-Tilr Flow K ODAK Time Is IHere Again And We're ready to offer you every ' assistance for better pictures.... . .,, Ne.0Browni,fori;i8. . No. 8 Brownie, for $2.00. ', ' No. 2-A Brownie, for $3.00. v . Vest pocket ktdak, $6.00. No. 1 Autographic Kodak, jr., t $9.00, One-day service for develop ing and printing. ' 8urt'NUB Co-M.i Floor DOWN STAIRS STORE Voile Remnants, ?ViC Also dimities, batistes, lawns, etc., pretty styles and colors, 2 to 5 yards, 1H yard. Poplint, at 15c Mercerized poplins, in pink, blue, lavender, navy, white and black, special, St 18. yard. Ginghams, ldc Scotch lephjT ginghams, stripes, plaid and ohecks, 82 indies wide. Cretonne Centers, 29c , Size 87-inch scarfs,! site 18x45, and pillow sllpsi large selection of color, . Infants' Dresses, 5$c Ready-made batiste dresses, lace trimmed, stamped) to em broider; size 8 months to 1 yar. BurlI-Na,on Co- town Jtlr SlorO Cut Glass Table Tumblers Like Illustration Monday, 6 for $1.00 EVERY one guaranteed to be hand cut 6n thin blown lead blanks, plain or optic shapes; there is a large as sortment of cuttings from which to choose, of which six are illustrated. They're worth a great deal more in the regular way, but a prominent manufacturer wanted to reduce his line and we were fortunate in securing this lqt at a big price reduction. ' BurM.-Nmh Ci lMfl Stolri Sm ' hohtm Sine, so reti. A iiU! Mu Mm m- Xt 47 V "BACK TO THE SOIL" Do Your Part to Help Reduce the High Cost of Living Utilize Your Back Yard EVERY indication is that foodstuffs will continue high in costwhy not use that little plot of back yard and plant it with garden truck. The Illustration to the Right Will Give You itn Idea of what can be done with a small amount of ground when scientifically or system atically planned and worked out. You'll be surprised how much it will 'reduce your cost of living. : Garden and Flower Seeds "Pakro" seed tape, makes better gardens, SO kinds of vegetable seed, 18 kinds of flow? seed, easy to plant ; you do not have to be an expert; per package, lOe. D, M. Ferry's" fresh seeds, flower or vegetable, pkg.Bc. . . Blue grass or Trans-Mis sissippl seed, pound, 20c White clover seed, per nound. 65& gut-mi. Garden Tool. Specially Priced Spading forks, D handle, guaranteed ' tines, special, at St)e. Rakes, 14-tlne siz, lit. : Hay fork, long handle; at9e. .'t,. Riveted steel hoe, ' good. Quality handle, S3, ; , - Garden cultivators, spe cial, Tc. - v Hoes, specially designed for Women, steel blade, spe cial, S6e. . Bhovels and Spades, square r round nolnt. sneefal. SS.. ').., Ch-Pawi SlUrt Star. , Garden hoe, best i quality, steel blade, best quality handle, special, at S5. Steel blade trow els, Wood handle, 5c, Malleable iron garden rakes. 12-tine size, special, at lie. Pruning Shears, It. 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