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THE BEE: OMAHA. SAIUKIMX, 1U, M.
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Bra- eaaaa to Baataer tfca tittle waif eea eAart Mat, Mia nada la I ha Ualac af at a aete Ina Ma aaava aaothar aartag that aha area Ika arlfe at aoeai Maeltate. be aaurtaa ka aad the beer, aa ao Baallaa, la caaa af bar Saeth, lor a bo ma tar the her. ew ae aa with lee eteryi Olivt Hale was in Gatwick'i Drapery (tore. She spent her time in the show room trying on costume for people who liked thine cheap and fashion able. Her tall, slim figure showed off coats and mantles to advantage. She loved pirouetting before long mirrors and taking graceful steps to and fro for the benefit of some like ly purchaser. She lodged in a room above Vio let's. It was a better furnished room, but smaller, and was always littered with dresses and scraps of finery, and bottlea of scent and samples of ' boxes of powder. Olive had many admirers. The shopwalker at Gatwick'i had taken her out on two occasions. Mr. Green, of the ribbon department, sometimes presented her with flow ers, not to mention the young man at the china shop opposite who had dared to write her several love let ters. She loved admiration, but she had .no intention of getting married until the found a man with" money and she said so quite frankly. She was well paid at Gatwick's, but she spent all her money on finery, which was why she lived at Mrs. Higgs'. -She had to re trench somewhere and preferred to do it in her rooms. She and Violet Ingleby had met on the stairs at No. 13. Olive had reluctantly considered Violet pretty Violet had admired Olive's figure and the clothes she wore. - The casual acquaintance had ripened into an odd sort of friendship, prompted by loneliness on Violet's part and de sire for admiration an Olive's. She liked to see Violet's wistful eyes when she showed her a new coat or hat or flowers from Mr. Green, of the ribbon department. Admiration was food and drink with her; she , could absorb any amount of it. In her way she was .kind to Vio let. She got her into the showroom at Gatwich's, although she' knew that the younger girl would not be able to stand the life. She had been kind to her since, though that she was not particularly interested in her was obvious by the casual way she ques tioned her concerning the child. It was of no consequence to her what Violet did, so long as she was ready and willing to admire when it was expected of her. She forgot all about the child before the door of Violet's room was closed behind her. She did not remember him again until the following morning, when Violet came shyly into the show room at Gatwick's. Olive was pirouetting before a long glass. It was still early, and there was not much business to do. She went forward to meet Violet, conscious that she was looking her best in her black ' silk shop gown. She smiled down at the younger girl's shy face. . "My dear child, what on earth do you want?" - r ' ! Violet explained hesitatingly. She had got some money; she wanted some new clothes; she was going to ' call at Violette's and ask to be taken on. She showed Olive a couple of sov ereigns. Olive sniffed. "Oh, well, you won't be able to get very much for that," she said distaintully. ."But i ll do what I can. . . ." , finally she fitted Violet with a coat and skirt at 30 shillings and sent her down to a bosom friend of hers in the millinery to purchase an 8s od hat. Violet hardly knew her self when, arrayed in her new finery, she left the shop and walked quickly down the road. It was a bright sunnv morninsr: the rough wind had dropped; there New Head of Funeral Directors' Association --nolo br Drwtn. Walter Livingstone. Walter - Livingstone. Hastings, Neb who was elected president of the Nebraska Funeral Directors as sociation at the closing of their con vention Thursday afternoon. At the closing session oi the con vention of the Nebraska Funeral Di rectors' association yesterday morn ing it was voted to hold next year's convention in Omaha despite a strong plea offered by Lincoln for the meeting. . were crocuses a.nd daffodils in the window boxes of some of the big houses she passed. She had left the child with Mrs. Higgs she had al most been afraid to bring him out with her--she wondered if she had done very wrong in taking him away last night, if any one would wish to claim him, if she would be sus pected or traced. ' .' She had raised some money on a ring, bhe haa still a tew. shillings left of which she had not told Olive with them she meant to buy some clothes for the child. (Continued In The Baa Monday.) PiMPLES ON FACE AND NECK Itched and Ikrced. Lost i " Pimples broke out on my face ad neck. They were hard, large and red, and Itched and burned causing me to scratch and Irritate the affected part. My face waa disfigured to toe time being, and I lost my rest at night because of the irritation. " The trouble lasted about a year, I sent for a free sample of Cuttcura Soap and Ointment which helped roe so I purchased more and waa healed, after using three cakes of Soap, together wiut the Ointment." (Signed) Miss Minnie Zimmerman, 09 Holloway St., Akron, Ohio Sept. 13, 1921. Use Cutlcuia for all toilet purposes. ImakFraitTHaU. Aaaraaa: "eaaamlaa. aMirfai,t,a,Uta,aI.Maa." BoManrr. wWaTfcaaaV. Ohtmaata aad Ma. Talcs a. aaaTXatteara Seas abaraa wttaoat aai, The smile that comes from using RESINOL Soothing and fteattng Wherever the itching and whatever the cause -Resinol rarely fails to stop it at once ; Tryfyov$efexfsee Read The Bee all the way through, You will find it interesting. Specials Saturday Used Band Instruments and Saxophones Conn. B-Flat Soprano Saxophone, silver finish, thoroughly overhauled ........... 955.00 York Trombone and Case........... 4530.00 Buffett Clarinet . . . . ... . .... ... .$50.00 B-Flat Clarinet, Albert System ......$25.00 King "H. N. White" Cornet......... $36.75 Rudolph Wurlitier Comet .........$52.50 C Melody ' Saxophone, standard make, looks like new, silver finish CHEAP. Holton E-Flat AHo Saxophone.. $63.00 York Multiplex Horn .... ... . . .$52.50 Holton Special Silver Finish ' Trombone, looks like new ....... $63.00 Your old instrument as part payment on , any new Conn instrument. 15TH AND HARNEY v Pop Stand Owner Fined $100 for IUving Whisky in PUc A police raiding squad paid visit Thursday afternoon to the pop stand and cafe operated by Enno Harms, 201 South Ninth street. A package lay on the safe. Open ing it, the officers found two half, pints of corn whisky and book in which was written the name of -Robert." "Oh, Robert," called the head of the squad. Up stepped youth about 22 years old, in answer to the call, who said he was Robert George, assistant to Harms. He claimed the book, but Harms was arrested. "A stranger brought that package In Harms said in central police court yesterday morning, -and asked if he might leave it for a little while." Harms was fined $100 for illegal possession of liquor, but five notice of an appeal. The fact that skirts are longer in Paris is not important. Wt are tin able to see that far. Four Suipecti Sentenced to Jail on Vagrancy Charge Harry and Roy Compton, Ray and Awl rearion snd Lawrence Kinney, rrrsttd Thursday for investigation in connection with the thwarted burglary of the Park avenue phar macy, Thirtieth and Farnam streets, were sentenced to 90 days in Jail each on charges of vagrancy by Judge Foster in central polict court yesterday morning. Harry Compton was nabbed at Twenty-sixth and Harney streeis after three men had been surprised in an attempt to pry the lock off side door of the apothecary shop. The other four were arrested later near a billboard by the drug store behind which a revolver had been found. ' To Hold Court at Tekamah District Judge Goss will go to Tekamah soon to preside at the trial of the three men captured after they robbed the bank at Decatur two weeks ago. In Oar Tea Room Tlngly glasses of chilled fruit Juices and delightful concoctions of f roien creams served in an at Biosphere that is equally cool and refreshing. Burgaaa-Naaa gea-ealfc fleer Candy Specials "Escort Chocolates" Assorted flavors, packed in fsncyredbox. Very special 1-lb. box, 39c Salted Peanuts "Jumbo" salted peanuts art large and freshly salted 2 lbs., 35c Cocoanut Caramels Cocoanut caramels covered with a cocoanut cream 1 lb., 29c Burgaet-Naifc Mariealae Fleer 000 Hair Nets MRlts" Hair Nats, double mesh, cape and fringe S for 2S Gainsborough Nats, in cap and fringe, i Large site 3 for 28a "Bonnie B" . Nets,, double mesh, cap, fringe' styles 2 for 25 .Hair Nets, medium size, cap Doseiy BOe Buraia-Nah Mala Fleer 000 .New Silks Much in demand for sum mer are the soft, cool-looking pongees. . Radium Pongee One of the loveliest of pon gee silks. 36-inch width. Dainty colors Yard, $1.25 Sport Pongee Vivid sport shades, also white and tan. 33-inch width. Priced. Yard, $1.59 . Japanese Pongee Natural color. 33 to. 50 inch width. Launders per fectly. Priced . $1.25 to $2.50 Bura-Nib Stoni Fleer 000 White Woolens n Sport Flannels 64-inch sport flannel : so smart for suits and skirts Yard, $3.95 Basket Cloth White basket cloth in coarse weave, cool and summery " r Yard, $2.95 " Bur(at-Nl) Second Fleer ' 000 Gauze Vests Low neck, no sleeves, lxl rib or swiss rib. A vest you will enjoy wearing, because it fits so perfectly. All sizes Each, 35c or 3 for $1.00 000 Hosettes You will find hosettes more comfortable than rolling the hose and much easier to keep in place. Complete assort ments in all the plain colors, also hose with fancy contrast in heel and garter top. All aizes A pair, $3.50 Burseia-Naih Main Fleer 0 0 0 -' Kiddies' Sox ' Made of a good fine white lisle with colored plaited silk toes and heels and rolled cuffs. All sizes are priced at only Pair, 50c Burstu-Nath Main Floor r- -0 00 Ribbons for the Graduate , Six-inch taffeta and satin sash - ribbons in all lovely shades. We will gladly tie these ribbons for you. Special, " Yard, 39c ; ; BaTiaaa-Naih Mala Fleer 0 00- Garden Hose Moulded hose, orrugated, made . of best 'quality rubber. -inch size, 12c foot -inch, 4c foot. 94-inch, 16c foot. Screen Wire, 3c sq. ft. Lawn Mowers - A complete line of the bet ter makes. Ballbearing, easy run n i n g, - self -sharpening, priced at $13.2. $14.25, $18.80. an aaa Wesa FearA Fleer nnT7T73iyRir M A i'RTTTT mm EVERYBODY STORE' mwm. A Millinery Sensation Fisk French Room Hats Gorgeous Garden Hat. Raven Black Hats. Flower Leghorns. Hats of Imported Fabrics. Erery Sal Final No Exchange 1 $S00 Brilliant Dress Hats. Dashing Sport Models. , Styles for every woman. Wide-Brimmed Hair Hats. Leas Than Coat of ; Material All delightfully abreast of the mode. A host of the latest millinery ideas. A veritable garden of newest color. See Our Window Display. See Our. Department Display. Burcees-Naek Hat Shea TIM Fleer Introductory Sale of Wardrobe Trunks the well-known Hoffman wardrobe trunk is now handled in Omaha exclusively by us. Through the co-operation of the manufacturer we will, as an introductory feature offer for a limited time only, these trunks of quality at an average of 25 to 33 discount. Each trunk carries a 5-year Insurance guar antee of service. Not a single point of excellence sacrificed to' secure these amazing prices. Medium-Sized Wardrobe Trunks. $21.00 Exactly the size required by one person. Equipped with five draw ers, hat form, shoe pocket and laundry bag, brass locks lift top. V..- . - ; : Full-Sized Wardrobe Trunks. $52.50 Of fine construction; fitted with all the conveniences of the better trunks, including patent ironing board and Yale paracentric lock. Full-Sized Wardrobe v Trunks, $43.50 Fitted with a laundry" bag, hat form, five drawers that have patent locking bar, and carries an abso lute guarantee of five years service. ... ' ' . '.. . "... . ' . i" . Dress Trunks A few odd trunks of various styles and sizes. Clearance price, $795 Burcees-Naek Log rasa SaeUoo Mtuanlae Fleer ' A Bride 8 Most Appreciated Gift Sheffield Silverware Offered at Very Notable Savings , Sheffield Tea Spoons From a famous maker the assur ance of long service. Each, 12c Set of ti, 75c Sheffield Table Spoons The Girsrd pattern in burnished finish. Priced at only Each, 17y8c Set of 6, $1.00 Sheffield Bread Trays Regulation size in bur- Other bread traya of nished finish. With oval burnished finish are with end and turned border handles and turned edge, Each, $1.35 Each, $1.65 Sandwich Trays and bread trays in burnished finish, with pierced designs Each, $2.95 Serving Trays Large size with handles. Bas kets and combination dishes Each, $3.50 Final Clearance on Community . All remaining Community in the Exeter pattern that is to be discontinued will sell at a great reduction Saturday. Included are teaspoons, dessert spoons, knives, forks At33y8to5o off ; ' BargeM-Naah Silver Shea Mala Fleer ; Saturday Two Models in ; ; Jack Tar Togs Reduced $965 The kind of clothes younger girls like to wear for summer. Regulation "Jack Tar Togs" in styles that are just 'as good the second and third seasons as they were the first. Dresses that do not lose their attract tiveness with hard wear and frequent washings. Made of " standard Jean in all white or , white with cadet collar and belt. This special pricing is for Saturday only. , Sizes 6 to 14. Burfaia-Naah Juaier Shea Third Fleer. . " OOO 1 Girls' Organdy Dresses $1.98 Crisp little frocks that will keep her cool and fresh even on the hottest days. Made of organdie in white and all high shades in a number of the styles that are most becoming to young girls." Ruffles, flounces and a wide sash add extra daintiness. Sizes 7 to 14. v Burfets.N---0wBtlr Star ' Beautiful Picture Frames Are Sale Priced $1.50 to $1.95 Truly amazing values in this group. All are wooden frames of the . preferred easel swinging Style, decorated entirely in metal finish. , French gray or old gold. Sizes: 81x10 - 8Vix9 7x8 Baneaa-Waei- Mala Fleer ' .ll 'Sl Satin Bed Room Slippers Limit of 2 Pairs to a - Cnstomer Pair $1.21 Unit of 2 Pairs to a Castoasar Satin bedroom slippers at a price that means a reduction of almost half. They are quilted to givs them the necessary- firmness that prevents them from losing their dainty shape. The soft padded soles are restful and noiseless. They com. in black and several pale shades and are trimmed with a single pompom of self color. No C O. D.'s No Phone Orders Na Eaafcaagea Na Mail Order Bargeea-Naalt Downstairs Star. Free Demonstration "Avalon trap. .' eoneentrata has the full luscious flavor et Concord grapes. We InviU you to try a glass. 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