The Wageworker. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1904-????, October 28, 1910, Image 7

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    Women's $25o(D)
to $40.00
mred Coats
We were surprised. A manufacturer wanted to sell his
Sample Line of Women's Tailored Coats. We of f ered a
cash price. The price was so extremely low we did not
expect him to take our offer, but he did. Now we must
sell the coats. The average price we paid is such that we
can sell these $25 to $40 per-
fectly tailored garments at tiv0lv
- Sizes 34, 36, 38 and a few 1 6 and 18.
The season's best style effects in blacks
and fancy mixtures. The "cuts" in this ad
show two of the styles in the assortment
This is absolutely the Best Coat Value you ever
had the opportunity of purchasing. We care not
where you have purchased your Coats before, you
have never equaled these values at this one low
,price.; ' ; .
Jusf at the opening of the winter. Not when the season is ended or
hklf over but Now When you are most in Need of a Good First Class
Warm Garment you Can Purchase These $25.00 to $40.00
i Garment you Can Purchase These $25.00 to $40.00 (jt j g
'"Dick Metcalfe always did have a clever way of -putting
things. ' Recently' Mr. Dahlmah said that after this election j
was over "Met" could come back to the democratic party, but
he would have to come back as a private. "Met" retorted that :
after this election it might be a case of getting a lot of. demo
crats back at all, to say nothing about imposing conditions
upon them." "Besides," continued "Met." a lot of us may not ;
. want to go back.-
"Met" and Rev. Dr. Roach afford an interesting spectacle
as they appear together upon the political rostrum; "Met" is
a dyed-in-the-wool democrat, and Dr. Roach is an equally dyed-in-the-wool
republican, a fact thoroughly evidenced by his being
a Methodist preacher. And these two gemtlemen have lots of
fun with one another. At Geneva "Met" said that sixteen-to-one
was turned into an epithet. At Superior Dr. K Roach said
"Met" was mistaken, that it was an epitaph for democracy. At
Crete "Met", got back and said epitaphs were best used upon
the republican, party's pledge to revise the tariff downward. '
In all this fuss and "fume over county option ".the; voters
shouid not lose Sight of the amendnientto the constitution to