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About The Wageworker. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1904-???? | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1907)
LINCOLN'S WHITE CITY
Eruption of AIt. lesuvius
GANDEST AIND COSTLIEST
PRESENTED IIN THE WEST
tate Pair Week
Sensational Open Air- Acts
Gorgeous VAatei- Cat-nival
3 MUSIC AND DANCING c
Three Big Fall Suit Bargains Special for
Saturday and Fair Week
In order to start off the New Season and Fair Week with a Boom we shall offer
as SPECIAL BARGAINS all of our last season's suits at a great reduction. When
we say last season it don't imply that they are back numbers or, undesirable gar
ments. Their only fault lies in the fact that they were made last season. But as to
fit, quality and goodness they are unexcelled. This is a rare chance for economical
buyers. Your, ' Pride, your purse and your self-esteem will profit by the
Clothing Attractions Made
at The Sterling
Men's Fall Suits that sold
from $15.00 to $22.50
Boys' Knee Pant Suits that
sold from $7.50 to $10.00
Boys' Knee Pant Suits, ages 7 to 16 years old, that sold from
$3.00 to $6.00, now
Marvelous Hat Values
AH our broken lines of Men's Hats, regardless of quality or
price, have been placed on a separate table and marked at the
very low price of one dollar. These hats sold regularly from
$2.00 to $4.00. There are hats for all occasions and as long as
they last they are yours for ONE DOLLAR EACH.
You cannot fail to appreciate this offer to provide yourself and boys with the best quality of clothing at
the minimum price when you consider that this is just at the beginning of the season. We invite inspec
tion and comparison of these extraordinary values. '
A GOOD PLACE XO BUY
BOOSTING FOR BILYEU
Union Plumbers Endorse His Candi
dacy for Office of Constable. '..
the republican primaries for the office
of constable, and that he is entitled "
to the support of union men of the
republican faith is' evidenced by the
cordial support the union plumbers of 1
Lincoln are giving him. At a recent.
meeting of the Plumbers' Union the
following resolutions were unanimous
'"Vhsreas C. H. Bilyeu is a candi
date for the office of constable in the
city of Lincoln at the coming repub
lican primaries, and,
"Whereas the said C. H. Bilyeu w-ts
formerly an active and honorable
member of the -Plumbers, Steam and
Gas Fitters' association and that he
did all in his power to promote said
association and having always been an
active and earnest friend of organized
labor, Therefore be it
"Resolved that we, the members of
the Plumpers, Steam and Gas Fitters'
association endorse the said C. H. Bil
yeu for the office of constable and
that we recommend, him to all other
organized labor associations and solicit
their support in his behalf, and be it
"Resolved that we use all honorable
means to promote his interests and
do every thing possible to secure his .
election at the republican primaries
to be held on September 3, 1907." '
WF'I I Al I MISS IT
The Eijht-TJoaf Printer, of Akron,
O., is no more. It was first issued
about eighteen months ago as the
organ of the Akron Typographical
union: its mission as an educational
agnt has been fulfilled, it has per
formed well its part in winning -the
eight-hour day, for the Akron typos,
an I the need for it no longer exists-
but it will be missed.- MinneaDolis
1. 1 i n.
MADE IT, READ CORRECTLY.
The reporter wrote that the hostess
was "neatly dressed;" the operator hit
the wrong key and then the story
read that she was nearly di-epsed;"
the proof-reader let it go at that for,
as he afterward explained, he was '
one of the guests and his private
opinion was that "neatly dressed" was
only neartruth. Minneapolis Union.
The labor movement has taken hold
in Egypt. The printers employed on
a Cairo newspaper, "Les Pyramids,"
are out for better conditions.
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