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About The Wageworker. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1904-???? | View Entire Issue (July 31, 1909)
buys any suit at Armstrongs
that formerly sold for $12.50
buys any suit at Armstrong's
that formerly sold for $18.00,
$16.50 and $15.00
buys any suit at Armstrong's
that formerly sold for $25.00,
$22.50 and $20.00
buys any suit at Armstrong's
formerly sold at $40.00, $35.00,
$30.00 and $27.50
The Final Clearance
Begins Saturday Morning, July 31st
The biggest bargain feast of the season promises to begin with marked enthusiasm.- Prices are now
cut deep, without a thought for profit or cost; cut right down to where the order to sell will get instant
response. Every suit in our tremendous stock was made to do service this season, and everyone will
find service this season.
It's the Armstrong Way They Arc Darlicd fp Go
Tho Suits Priced at $20 s-0S2
finest imported -woolens. These are absolutely perfect,
clothes better than any other Lincoln store offers at any
price. At $40, $35, $30 and $27.50 these suits were ex
treme values at $20 they are wonderful bargains.
Tho Suits Priced at SI5
i 1 t . i a
are also hand-
i -i i i
w awwaa mi nnna tanorea garments,
imported and finest grades of American woolens, made
expressly for us by -. " " Quak
ers of fine clothing. These suits were great values at $25,
$22.50 and-$20 at $15 they are great bargains.
Tho Suits Priced at $10 i;::;;:;:;
about double the price asked. Most everybody knows that
our line of suits at $18, $16.50 and $15 were the'oiggest
values in town at the prices now, think of buying any
one of these suits at $10. x
Tho Suits Priced at S5
were formerly pric
ed $12.50 and $10.
Bear in mind the fact that this store sells nothing except
good clothes that here is the only place where a really
good suit can be bought for $10 or $12.50. Now, think of
the chance for saving when we cut these suits to $5.
ViUU D Th
this final clearance sale rre will make a clean sweep of one big lot of
Odd Coats and Vests ,
These are from broken suits that sold at $20, $18, $15.
Ton can take your
j GOOD CLOTHES MERCHANTS C
Cooled by Lake Breezes "
EVERY EVENING AT 8:45
SALT VATER BATHING
Half Mile of Sandy Beach
Private Dressing Rams
obby Bathing Suits for Hire
Delightful Boating and Sailing
BEAUTIFUL PICNIC GROVE
Parties Cordially Invited
100 ATTRACTIONS 100
Grand Night Illuminations
Dancing Untill 11:15
Admittance to Gate, Ten Cents
CONVENTIONS OF 1909.
EVERY SHOE "UNION MADE" HERE
$3.50 & $4
All --"FOR KEI"--A!I Mew
12th & P Sts.
Where and When the Clan Will
Gather to Boost the Cause.
August 2, Denver, Colo., Amalgamat
ed Sheet Metal Workers' International
August 2. Buffalo, N. T, Journeymen
Tailor Union ot America.
August 3, Detroit, Mich., Interna
tional Glove Workers Union of
August 9, St. Joseph, Mo., Interna
tional Typographical Union.
August 10, Indianapolis, Ind., Shirt
Waist and Laundry Workers' Inter
August 12,' Kansas City, Mo., Inter
national Stereo typers and Electrotyp
ers' Union of North America.
August 16, Boston, Mass., Metal Pol
ishers, Buffers, Platers, etc
September 6. Eureka, Hvrmb Co.. Cal
International Brotherhood of Woods
men and Saw Mill Workers. -
September . Springfield, Mass., Ta
ble Knife Grinders National Unio
September 6, St. Louis, Mo., National
Federation of Postoffice Clerks.
September 7, Milwaukee, Wis . In
ternational Phot o-Fn gravers' Union of
September 9, Boston, Mass., Interna
tional Spinners' Union.
September 13, Bostoi, Mars . Wood,
Wire, and Metal Lathers' International
September 13. Denver. Colo.. Inter
national Association of Machinists.
September 13, Elmira, N. Y, Inter
national Hodcarriers and Building Lab
orers Union of America.
September 13, Chicago, 111.. Interna
tional Brick, Tile, and Terra Cotta
September 14, Denver, Colo., Amer
ican Brotherhood of Cement Workers.
September 17, New York, Pocket
knife Blade Grinders and Finishers' In
September 20, , , Trav
elers Goods and Leather Novelty
Workers International Union of
September 20, Minneapolis, Minn.,
International Association of Bridge
and Structural Iron Workers. t
October 4, Milwaukee, Wis., Interna
tional Union of Shipwrights, Joiners,
Caulkers, Boat Builders and Ship Cab
inet Makers of America.
October 4, Toronto, Ont., Amalga
mated Association of Street and Elec
tric Railway Employes of America.
October 5, Milwaukee, Wis., Jour
neymen Barbers' International Union
October 19, Detroit, Mich., Interna
tional Association of Car Workers.
October 19, Charlotte, N. C, United
Textile Workers of America.
November 8, Toronto, Can., Ameri
can Federation of Labor.
November 29, New York, N. Y., In
ternational Seamen's Union.
December 8, Indianapolis, Ind., In
ternational Alliance of Bill Posters of
FAIR BARBER SHOPS.
You Will Find the Union Card in the
When yon enter a barber shop, see
that the union shop card is in plain
sight before you 'get into the chair.
If the card is not to be seen, go else
where. The union shop card is a
guarantee of a cleanly shop, a smooth
shave or good hair-cut, and courteous
treatment. The following barber
shops are entitled to the patronage of
union men: i
George Petro, 1010 O.
J. J. Simpson, 1001 O.
George Shaffer, Lincoln Hotel.
C. B. Ellis, Windsor Hotel.
D. S. Crop, Capital Hotel.
M. J. Roberts. Royal Hotel.
A L. KImmerer, Lindell Hotel.
C. A- Green, 120 North Eleventh.
C. A. Green, 1132 O.
E. A. Wood, 1206 O.
Chaplin & Ryan, 129 North Twelfth.
E. C. Evans, 1121 P.
Bert Sturm, 116 South Thirteenth.
J. B. Raynor, 1501 O. '
Muck & Barthelman, 122 . South
J. J. Simpson, 922 P.
Frank Malone, Havelock.
C. A. Hughart, Havelock.
UNION PRINT SHOPS.
Printeries That Are Entitled to Us
the Allied Trades Label.
Following Is a list of the printing
offices in Lincoln that are entitled
to the use of the Allied .Printing
Trades label, together with the num
ber of the label used by each shop:
Jacob North & Co., No. 1.
Chas. A. Simmons, No. 2.
Freie Presse, No. 3.;
Woodruff-Collins, No. 4.
Graves & Payne, No. 5.
State Printing Co., No. 6.
Star Publishing Co., No. 7.
Western Newspaper Union, No. 8.
Wood Printing Co., No. 9.
Dairyman Publishing Co., No. 10.
George Brothers, No. 11.
McVey. No. 12.
Lincoln Herald, No. 14.
New Century Printers, No: 17.
Gillispie Phillip. No. IS.
Herborger, The Printer, No. 2.
Der Pilger, No. 23.
The ice axe of Dr. Spitx of Balti
more, who was killed by aa avalanche
in 1870, was found at the bottom of
the Bossoms glacier at Chamonix. Tho
axe bears the name of Dr. Spitz.
Arthur, dnke of Connaagbt, brother
of King Edward, has resigned aa eom-mander-in-chief
of the British Medi
terranean squadron. The members ef
the admiralty refuse to explaia this
unexpected action of ' the king's
brother, bat it is confidentially known
in all quarters that the resignation is
due to the duke's opinio that his
royal blood entitles him to a far more
important naval post or civil appoint
ment. The Wright brothers made a new
record for aviation by making a Bight
lasting eighty minutes and coverins av
distance of seventy miles.
Officials of the department of com
merce and labor are betas; called an
on to furnish help to harvest the his;
wheat crop of the north and west.
First Trust Savings Bank
Owned by Stockholders of tho First National Bank
THE BANK FOR THE WAGE-EARNER
INTEREST PAID AT FOUR PER CENT
I Tenth and O Streets Lincoln, Nebraska
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