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About The Wageworker. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1904-???? | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1911)
TS of SHOES
CLEAN-UP LOTS FROM CLEARING SALE
515 Pairs Women's
5.00 Shoes for
This lot includes PATENT COLT, IDEAL KID,
GUN METAL CALF and GLAZED KID SKIN
in welted and hand turned soles there are IS
styles to choose from, in button and lace! While
there are not all sizes in each styles, there are
all sizes in the lot. Regular 5.00
Shoes, CLEARING SALE PRICE $2.85
32 PAIRS WOMEN'S 5.00 SHOES In
Patent Kid Button hand turned soles
Suitable for dress wear. Clearing Price $3.45
427 Pairs Women's
3.50 and 4.00 Shoes
A splendid assortment of styles in all leathers
and toes welted soles cloth or kid tops neat
dressy shoes suitable for stieet wear not all
sizes in the lot, but a pood rs n Ere. 3.50 and 4.00
Shoes- CLEARING SALE PRICE .2.46
134 PAIRS WOMEN'S 5.00 SHOES In patent
ideal kid with colored tops, sujh as Tan, Grey,
Blue, Smoke, White and Green.
CLEARING SALE PRICE 2,45
Basem'nt Bargain Table
146 prs. Women's $3, $3.50 "I QC
and $4 Shoes at l.OD pF.
These Shoes are in Gun Metal Calf. Patent Colt
and Vici Kid all welded soles while sizes are
somewhat broken there is a good ranere.
CLEARING SALE PRICE 7. 1.S5
135 pairs Women's $3.00,
$3.50 and $4 Shoes at
Good grades and reasonable good styles excel
lent bargains for those who can wear 2J to 41 in
narrow withs. Clearing Sale Price 1.45
50 PAIRS WOMEN'S SHOES in small sizes and
narrow widths values up to 4.00.
CLEARING SALE PRICE 1.00
268 Pairs misses and large
size girls' shoes, $2, 1
2.50 and $3, at pair
These Shoes come "in Gun Metal Calf
with welted soles and Patent Colt with
welted or turned soles, and a few Via
Kids sizes range 11 1 -2 to 2, and 2 1 -2
to 5 1-2. Excellent Shoes for School
Wear Now is the time to lay in a sup
ply. Bargain tables on Mam Floor.
CLEARING SALE PRICE $ 1 .50
120 prs children's shoes 1.50
and 1.75 values. 1 All
at sale price IVUU
Broken Lines will he found cn the Bar
gain Tables on the Main Floor. AH per
fect, good in every respect, only sizes are
CLEARING SALE PRICE $1.00
Sixty prs. Children's 1.25
Broken Lots from several lines, a'l well
made shoes you will buy several pairs
when you see how good they are for the
CLEARING SALE PRICE
Men's and Boys'
127 prs Men's 4.00
Tan Blouchers, at
Heavy Tan Bluchers, suitable for drill Shoes
or street wear heavy welded soles nearly all
sizes in stock -
priced to close at .2.95
166 prs. Men's 4.00
and 5.00 Shoes at
These are splendid Shoes in Gun Metal Calf
and Patent Gelt extra ordinary values for men
who can wear narrow widths, such as A, B and
C sizes range up to 11. CLEARING SALE
124 prs. Boys'
Splended School Shoes made of Box Calf in
Bloucher styles, with double soles, others are
McKay sewed soles, sizes range up to 5.
CLEARING SALE PRICE 1.50
56 prs. Boys' 1.50 and
1.75 Shoes at
These are little boys School Shoes in Box Calf
with stout soles and broad toes Sizes up to 2.
CLEARING SALE PRICE 1.25
MILLER & PAIN
High Grade Coal At Moderate Price
$1.75 per ton Is Worth Saving
HUTCHINS & HYATT CO.
I H I
DOWN TO DATE.
Bundle of Sticks Fable as Re
lated These Days.
Ellis ().. Jones, in Life, relates
tlie following interesting tale. Of
course, it has a moral ; all inter
esting ami truthful stories have:
The okl man called his son to
him to explain the mysteries of
"My son." said he. "you have
finished college and you must
make a show at least of getting
Ir.-sy. I.ei me explain to you a
few fundamentals. Here I have
i -bundle of sticks. See if 3-011 can
The young man had been ab-
rt from school with appendi
citis at the time his class had
'lie ell story of the bundle
-f sticks. ?.nu so he was not next.
He trie.! and tried to break the
sreks. but could not.
"See how easy it is." said the
old ma:i. taking the sticks, cutting
the cord and freaking them one
"Gee, that's a bum joke," said
the young man, as he puffed his
cigarette and tried to look inter
ested. 'fit's no joke said the old
man. "It is a parable. The
bundle of sticks taken together
represent organization, which is
very desirable in the case of capi
tal. If, however, we look upon
the sticks as representing labor,
it is criminal and immoral for
them to be tied together. They
would then represent a union. AI
wa's keep your capital sticks tied
together and your labor sticks
"I should think what's sauce for
the goose is sauce for the gand
er." said the son, whose point of
view was still blunt.
"It depends on how big a goose
3-011 are," replied the old man.
SET IT HIGHER.
'"The basis of life today is the
empty belly. Can we not set the
mark at least one notch higher?
What would happen if we were to
make it the idealizing soul?
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