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About Will Maupin's weekly. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1911-1912 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1911)
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Five Days Suit Special at $19.50 and $13.50
To introduce our splendid collection of handsome Short Coats Suits which
show the distinction of latest fashion and careful tailoring, we will make special
i price offer for 5 days. Pick out your Spring Suit now from a complete assort
i ment at a special cut rate.
Suits at $13.50
Wool Serge in Black, Navy, Copenhagen and Reseda;
coats plain tailored, satin lined, 27 inches long; skirts in
newest design. Good values at $15.00. (tl Q CA
Special at pl 0DU
Suits at $19.50
Best grade of Worsteds and French Serges. The
new Grey, Tan and Blue Shades. Coats 26 inches long,
Messaline lined; skirts in the new panel effects. Garments
B low priced at $25.00.
Special at ."
Coat Specials at $15.75 & $9.95
Grey and Tan Wool Mixtures, 54 inches long, dressy
garment. Regular $12.50 values. dQ GC
Special at pl.iD
Tan fine Mixtures with large shawl collars, showily
button trimmed, stylish coats. Price $17.50. (t C 7 C
Special at Jp J, JJ Jj
Skirt Specials Continued
Entire line of newest designs and materials, regularly
priced from $6.75 to $12.50, specially priced
at $9.95, $8.95, $7.95, $5.95 and $4.95
On the Bargain Counter
$1.50 values, White and Colored Waists 79c
$4.95 values,Piaid Taffeta Waists $1.98
$3.50 and $2.55 Heatherbloom Petticoats $1.98
$2.95 values, Sweater Coats ...$1.48
$4.95 values, Sweater Coats ... $2.48
$19.50 values, Wool Taffeta Dresses $9.75
$17.50 values, Taffeta Silk Dresses $9.95
$15.00 values, Foulard Silk Dresses .. $7.50
Lace Curtains, about 75 pair, 98c to $5.75 values,
at ONE-HALF PRICE
New Low Cut Shoes are
Shoes of extreme styles, built for beauty and elegance,
and more conservative models built for comfort. Patent
Kid,Colt, Gun Metal Calf and Suede Leathers.
New Strap Sandals, Oxfords & Pumps, $2.50, $3 & $3.50
Our Men's Line of Low Cut Shoes is better than ever.
At ... $2.50 to $4.50
We ask you to come to see our display before you buy.
Manchester Cambric Percales,
best value for shirt waists and
tailor-made suits, assorted pat
terns, at yard 15c
017-9Z1 O St. OPPOSITE CITY HALE
Fast colors, mercerized finish,
nice assortment of patterns, at
MR. GREUNTHER SHOULD COME ACROSS!
Mr. Chris Grucnther, than whom no man
stands higher in democratic councils, and
who is the peer of any man in Nebraska in
j oint of character and ability, is radically
opposed to the o per cent referendum pro
vision of the Hatfield initiative and refer
endum bill. Mr. Gruenther says:
"I have absolute proof that the railroads
and other special interests were instrumental
i having the per cent provision in other
states, just as they succeeded in providing
fcr this criminal joker in the direct legisla
t!cn measures now pending pending in our
Mark the language: "Just as they (the
railroads and other special interests) suc
ceeded in providing for this criminal joker
in the direct legislation measures now pend
ing in our legislature"
That is a direct charge that the men who
were active in drawing the direct legisla
tion bill presented simultaneously in house
and senate were the tools of the railroads
and other special interests; that they wick
edly and knowingly consented to a scheme
to betray the people into the hands of the
railroads and special interests, and that they
were guilty of seeking to deceive the friends
of direct legislation and give them a law
that would work them injury.
Mr. Gruenther may believe what he says,
and we believe he believes it. But we know
beter, for we happen to know the men who
drew that bill. Does Mr. Gruenther mean
to tell us that men like Professor George
Hoard, John M. Stewart, Judge Cornish, A.
L. Weatherly and their, like could hi in
fluenced by any special interest?
It is not a question whether the 5 , per
cent is good or bad ; the question is, has Mr.
Gruenther the proof that such men as we
have named basely derived the friends of
direct legislation That is the charge, made
in plain language, and Mr. Gruenther owes
it to himself, to his reputation and 'to the
people of Nebraska to make good on his
charge or offer his humble apologies.
The editor of Will Maupin's Weekly hap
pens to know something about the framing
of that initiative and referendum bill, and
he knows that any charge to the effect that
its framers were subject to the influence
of railroads or any other special interests,
utterly false and without foundation.
ComeacFSs with the proof, . Mr. Gruen
ther j &u s&y you have it absolute, -
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