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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY,' OCTOBER 4, 1919. '
ALL SYNAGOGUES TO OBSERVE DAY OF ATONEMENT Yom Kippur Has Added Sig nificance This fear to Jews Throughout the World. , Today ! Yom Kippur, the great i Jewish Day of Atonement It will bs faithfully celebrated in all the Jewish synagogues, institutions and homes in America, To its sanctity as the most impor tant of the fast days, there is add ed, a double significance, for the cal endar has brought Yom Kippur on the Jewish Sabbath, making it a doubly sacred day, and it is perhaps the most tragic Day of Atonement in the history of ancient Jewry. From their homes in Palestine, from the shores of the Baltic and the Black Seas, from Poland and-the frozen wastes N of Siberia from every foreign land Jh to which Jew ish relief workers have penetrated, the sad New Year message that comes to this country is ever the same "European Jewry is perish ing." Joy in U. S. Only. , America is the only land in which the. new" month of Tishri, the He braic January, brings any joy to the Jewish population. The year 5680, reckoning from the day of Abraham on the Jewish calendar, dawned on Septem ber 25, the feast day ofRosh Has honah. It was not a feast day for some 6,000,000 starving Jews in Eu rope, because every day for the past four years has been a fast day for f most of them. So today's Yom Kippur fast will be all too easy for these millions to observe. The Jews in the war-racked coun tries abroad h.ave suffered more than any other people, and' they are dying by thousands of starvation and dis ease. The Yom Kippur fast, during the 24 hours when no good Jew will allow food to pass his lips, will be little more than a continuation of . the five-year fast that has been the lot of the 6,000,000 Jews in Europe. Orphaned children and widows are cotinually being turned away from the overcrowded charitable institu- ; tions and food stations to die in the streets of Poland and nearby ocun tries. The only hope. that the great ' mass of Jewry will survive the com- "" Period of Repentance. 'The fortnight between Rosh NHashonah and Yom Kippur is ob served as a period of repentance, during which the Divine Judge weighs the earthly deeds against each individual before entering his final fate in the Book" of Judgment. . This year it is a period of deep sor row as well for "tnany American Jews. The records of Jewish relief agencies in New York show that several hundred thousands have tried 'without avail to trice their dear ones abroad who have been swal lowed up in the chaos of war when communications were broken. These people are at a loss whether to hope ;that their loved ones are dead or that it is 'their fate to face a new c year of terrible suffering and sorrow. Another sad phase of this year's Yom Kippurwill be the memorial service for the dead, when almost every Jewish family in the stricken countries, together -wifh many "in ,, America, will mourn te loss of one or more of their members. Had Two Revolvers, Several Purses, and an LW.W. Song Book W, R. Dunn, Sioux. City,' la., was arrested yesterday after an attempt to sell a new revolver to M. Silver man, 1312 Douglas street. Dunn car ried with him, besides the gun, two large clasp knives, a flashlight and a number of shells.. He said that he "had another gun, also new, which he would sell for $13.50. ; In Dunn's pockets were several purses and a card case which held a W. C T. U. membership card made out for a man in Sioux City. Among books found in Dunn's possession was an I. W. W., song book. ' 1 ' " DOCTORS PREPARE TO FIGHT.GRIP Expect Renewed Out break of Epidemic ThisFall. ' Medical authorities agree that there is great likelihood of another grip epidemic during the next few months. They say that in the past, serious epidemics of grip have usu ally repeated themselves for three and sometimes four years and they fully expect that last year's scourge will again make itself felt in all sec tions of the country. Every effort is being made by health authorities to combat the danger. It is a public duty to see that every member of the family is put into the best possible physical condi tion to fight off an attack of grip. For this purpose no better tonic food can be used than Father John's fedicine, which is all pure and .wholesome nourishment and which builds up new, resisting power. However slight a cold may appear when it first develops, it should not be neglected. It is important to re member that Father John's Medicine has been in use for more, than sixty years in homes ' and hospitals ;hroughout the country for colds and as a tonic body-builder. By soothing and healing the ipucous lining of the breathing passages gives relief from irritating coughs.' It's pure food ele ments make new flesh and strength. Remember, Father John's Medicine is guaranteed free from alcohol or dangerous drugs. Buy Kitchen Ware at HARPER'S fUtlroa Bldi,mh 4 Howard Gets 30 Days for Pawning Tool Stolen by His Brother After being sentenced to jail for 30 days for the theft of a carpenter's square, Oscar Gillispie, 20 years old, 2118 Arbor street, yesterday morning proved to be only a participant in the deal. It was learned through Oscar's father, and his own confes sion, that he bought the tool from mi 15-year-old brother, Thomas, who is. said by the father to have committed the theft . Oscar Gillispie was arrested when he attempt! to pawn the square. Police Judge Holmes did not mitigate the boy's sentence. Stores In "Black Beit" Are Permitted to Be Reopened Stores in the district bounded by Twenty-second and Twenty-sixth streets, Cuming to Ohio streets, were permitted to be reopened Thursday night by Colonel J. E. Morris,- commanding officer of the Uojted States army detachments here on riot duty. ; , The colonel's confidence in general situation was reflected this order, , countermanding night-closing order affecting stores in the "black belt" the in the the Given Five Days In Jail x On Reckless Driving Charge Charles Manablo, 2211 South Fourteenth street, street circulator for the Daily News was sentenced to five days in the jailjn central police court yesterday on a charge of reck less driving. In company with four other persons, he was arrested at 4 yesterday morning. His compan ions who were booked for investiga tion, were dismissed. They were: John Kalakopsky, 2436 Franklin street; Henry Green, 2612 Decatur street; Joe Jensen, 183S North Nineteenth street; James ,Gasson, 114 South Twelfth street. . ' - -r . ' A swiss scientist has patented a process for giving aluminum the mechanical .qualities and capacities of bronze, copper and brass without changing weight, adding its value along electrical lines. MMiiimttiiuiMMuitinm MiMiiwimiMiiiiiiuMiMinMafflMMiMiiiiiiinm A Sale of Ivory Ware At About Half Regdar Price 1.88 Large size, extra V heavy Ivory Trays. Choice at IVORY COMBS, fin and edarse teeth, heavy back. Choice at 44 GIFT SHOP BASEMENT Extra heavy mir rors, beveled glass, solid baek ivory. Choice, 1.88. - Dl Other Store News on Pages 9 and 24 . JWUiltllBlU:iUllllIil;iill!lltnillW!iilllllttlt WIS fiStS THB PACB POSt CROWING OMA Fall Waair iff Are Priced Here 15 to 25 Below Present Market Value PURCHASES made many months ago under more favorable market conditions account for our reasonable prices -and .extensive assort ments. For example: SPECIAL IN WOMEN'S GLOVES. Kid and Imported Cape Skin P. K. and overseam. in shades of tan. sxev. white and black. one ond two-clasp, styles, social, on a bargain square for Sat urday selling, per pair, $2. REAL FRENCH KID GLOVES, splendid quality, in all of the desirable shades of African, Oxford, Taupe, Tan, Brown, also White and Black. Heavily embroidered backs, or Paris Point stitching. Two clasp effect. Pr., 3.S0. IMPORTED CAPE SKIN GLOVES, for women, Pique, seams, Paris Point stitching on backs, in brown, oxford, and English tan. Wrist finished with serviceable binding and one bone fastener.' Most attractive and serviceable for street wear. Pr., 3.25. REAL FRENCH LAMBSKIN GLOVES, overseam, Paris Point embroidered backs, in the most wanted shades of oxford, African, English tan, white and black; 2 clasp styles. Pair, 2.75. J ; Gloves for Girls and Boys "7&atine6" A semi-dress blouse of distinction Cut Flowers Special MADAM RUSSELL ROSES, value 1.50 ; dozen: Saturday only, 'special price per 7 g r ; dozen, 80c, or each . " - , Other Roses, each 5c Boston Ferns, each 79c FLOWER DEPT. MAIN FLOOR Mtafel Egleiry Valines ' - - )-.'. Saturday Featuring Several Offerings WASHABLBE CHAM OI SETTE GLOVES, for children, in grey, white and pongee; one clasp style. Pair, 65c One-clasp imported Capeskin with P. X. M. seams and Paris Point e- oidery, English tan only. Sizes 0 to 7. .ort, broad cut, easily adjusted. Per pair, 1.50. MAIN FLOOR This model taken from our new selections of - TOVN :. ' ' BLOUSE is a charming creation of Georgette crepe, with unusually .attractive design in Swiss embroidery . It is decidedly characteristic of the Town Blouse Designs which so well fulfill the requirements of women engaged in business or social activities a Second Floor WOMEN'S PURE THREAD SILK HOSIERY Full fashioned lisle tops, lisle soles, double heels and toes in black, white and ' ihe wanted Shoe shades. Per pair, $2. WOMEN'S PURE SILK HOSIERY Semi-fashion lisle- garter tops, double soles, heels and toes, in black, white and colors;-also fancy lace boot effects; worth 1.50 a pair; ; special, pair at 95c. ' :.-S THREAD SILK AND FIBER SILK HOSIERY Semi-fashioned lisle tops, double soles, heels and toes, in black, white, cordovan, greys, and mouse shade, irregulars. Pair, 79c. INFANTS' PURE THREAD SILK HOSIERY Fine ribbed, reinforced heels and toes, in white, blue and pink ; sizes 4 to 6 ; irregulars of $1 quality. Price, per pair, 59c CHILDREN'S AND BOYS' LISLE HOSIERY Fine and heavy ribbed, double soles, heels and toes, in black and brown; all sizes, per pair, 35c . MAIN FLOOR " ..SMART GOATS , For Girls and Flappers SATURDAY, we are featuring new arrivals shown for the first time. Coats with just the right degree of youthfulness about them. Velvets, Peachbloom, Silvertone and Velour are the favored ma- ' . . terials. ' - . Youthful lines, blouse effects, loose models, handsdme linings,' fur collars, attractive belts, are details of style in coats that every girl and flapper will cherish, sizes 6 to 16 years; prices range from $25 to $75. Accordian Pleated Skirts For Flappers 1 2-1 4-1 6 Year Size. ' In styles that will , delight every girl and flapper; new arrivals come in a pleasing assort ment of plaids, correct fashions in every detail priced at, 17.50. SECOND FLOOR ' ,.'f "MAR VEL HA TS"ot Individuality Portraying Fashions Latest Decree COMMENT in the millinery Salons is that we have to go back quite a few years' " to recall prettier or more becoming "Marvel" hats than these. Surprisingly smart, these hats at the established price - v Always Never More Never Less 6,85 Hats worthy of inspection by the-most particular women. Here are the much wanted Chin Chin Sailors. Smart Draped Turbans of Silk Lyons Velvet. Large dressy types and wonderful range of colors. Even with the tremendous advance in raw materials arid labor these hats are fully up to the standard established in both style and quality of "material. ' (Never More) Price, 6.85 (Never Less) SECOND FLOOR Beautiftil All Silk VELVET HATS For Misses and Juniors THIS special sell ing should jrove decidedly in teresting to every parent desiring to see their little girl properly and eco nomically hatted you must see these hats to really ap preciate them. ' Choice at 2.98 THESE are all silk velvet hats in large mush- room and poke shapes, trimmed in. two long Silk ribbon streamers, finished in - smart bow. These Hats suitable for Girls from 6 ; years to 12 years, and come . in a wide range of colors, - such as Cherry Red, Peacock Blue, i Black,' Brown, Navy, Beaver and Sand. A good assort ment of shapes to select from. - . SECOND FLOOR Fpfcuro FQ)t TronnMes Piree3nitedl By tine JBrownu SSIhapimg Last W HILE the feet are growing they require training otherwise they are likely to develop imperfectly! Unless the shoes worn during the growing years are rightly shaped, the feet will be wrongly shaped f or the feet conform tothe shape of the shoes. ' ' ' The Brown Shaping Lasts for eacn succeeding age anasize repro duce the graceful lines of physically perfect feet. FotBoys 6f2toK BUSTER BROWNShoes the only shoes made upon these lasts therefore, correctly shape the growing feet while they are developing. j The boy or girl who wears Buster Brown Shoes will have, properly shaped feet free from such defects as broken arches, tortured bones, weak ankles, corns, bun ions, etc. - " j Buster Brown Shoes are here in a complete assortment for Boys and Girls. ' Prices range from 3.50 to 8.50 per pair. MAIN FLOOR - The Sale of Drugs and Toilet Requisites Hinds Honey and Almond Cream, 50c size, per bot tle, 39c Mavis Toilet Water, the 1.25 size, per bottle, 98c Mavis or Armand Talcum Powder, 25c size, box 19c Gillette Blades, pkg. of six, regular 50c value, at 39c Pebecco Tooth Paste, 50c size, per tube, 39c Graves Tooth Powder, the 25c size, per box, 19c Armand Face Powder, the - 50c size, per box, 39c Melorose Face Powder, the 60c size, per box, 39c Melorose Face Cream, the 60c size, per jar, 49c Wanous Shampoo Bags, the 10c value, each, 7c Lavoris Antiseptic Mouth Wash, 25c size, per bot tle, , . ; - 2ic Williams' Shaving Soap, - Barber's Bar, 10c size, per bar, Sc . Sal Hepatica Effervescent Laxative, 60c size per box, 45c Peroxide, full strength, 4-oz. bottle, special, 9c Essex Peroxide Toilet Soap, 10c bar, for 8c White Rubber Sheeting, 36 inches wide, regular $1 value, per yard, 69c FREE A 50c jar of Velvetina Vanishing Cream with each purchase of Vel vetina Face Powder; com bined, value $1; j Q special at flJ7C Maroon Fountain Syringe, 2nqt. size, complete with 3 fittings, regular 1.25 value, each, 79c Hot Water Bottle, 2-qt. size, red rubber, 1.75 value, each, 1.19 Mulsified Cocoanut Oil, the 50c size, special, per bot tle, 44c Mentholatum, for sores, colds and bruises, 25c size, per jar 19c Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, 1.25 size, per bottjg, 98c S. S. S. Blood Medicine, the 1.10 size, special, per bot- tie, - v 89c Peruna, $1.00 size, per bot tle, 85c Laxative Bromo Quinine, the 30c size, special, 22c White Pine and Tar Cough Syrup, 25c size, special, per bottle, " ,y 19c California Syrup of Figs, the 60c size, per bottle, 45c MAIN FLOOR Byg5 Winter werosite New Stocjts Ready for Choosing BOYS' Overcoats have arrived, and are the smartests styles we have ever shown. Colors are: Brown, Belgium Blue, Oxfords, Green and Blues. Coats with full belts or half belts. . Chinchillas in Greys, Brown and Blue; Coats with fur collars and cuffs, others with only fur collars. You will be agreeably surprised to see smart, good looking Coats at prices not as high as you expected. Prices are ,7.50, 9.50 and up. THE HOME OF BOYS' TWO I PANTS SUITS Two pants Suits as low as 11.75 are real smart, exceptionally good wearing Suits, the kind that w can recommend. Pure all wool two pants Suits, at 17.50 and up. Very generous assortment at each price. MACKINAWS FOR BOYS A big lot have just arrived in hand some colorings ,and real boy styles. Very reasonably priced at $ltyx SECOND FLOOR MEN'S STORE- BOYS' HATS AND CAPS Boys' Golf Caps, Fall and Winter styles, at 50c, 75c, $1 and up to 2.50. Boys' Knit Caps at 50c, 65c and $1. Boys' Rah-Rah Hats at 50c to iw. Dvya ciuLu dum-ucu xiauj at, t, uuu up lu . MAIN FLOOR ARCADE 12 Very Special f CHILDREN'S knit under wear in fine bleached cot ton with taped on buttons; regular 50s grade. Special Saturday, op each - OuC THIfft FLOOR V J Very Special BOYS' and girls hosiery, fine mercerized light and heavy ribbed hose, doable eoles, heels and toes, black, white and cordovan, sizes 6 to 10, the price is special for p" Q Saturday, only, OiC per pair. MAIN FLOOR r Very Special BOYS' and girls' heavy fleeced cotton union suits colors in bleached, cream and . grey, all sizes, regular 1.25 ' value, special Sat. QP ' per suit, JijC THIBD FLOOR Very Special "C? BOYS' all" wool ir Jersey sweaters, college stripes and colors, sizes 8 to 14 years, the regular $3 quality, extra special sat- 1 nr XetU urday, at, SECOND FLOOR MEN'S STORE r Very Special CHILDREN'S i vest and pants of heavy fleeced cotton, all slightly soiled, in white and ecru, valued from B9c to 75c. each, Sat OQ. per garment, 0V THIRD FLOOR M Very Special BLOUSE waists for boys, extra heavy fine percale in a splendid assortment of v patterns, also plain khaki, sizes 6 to 15 yrs., 1.50Q C -value, spe. Sat, each - SKCOND FI . r MEN'S 81 r Very Special CHILDREN'S gloves of real washable chamoi settel -clasp style in grey, white and pongee, all sizes, Saturday, spe-1 : v C C 1 Cial, pair, OoCA . MAIN FLOORS ' ; - -1 ; . i. .1 4 ,