Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, December 30, 1910, Page 7, Image 7

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-3IF.F CITY NEWS 'PHI RHO SIGS ARE KEETiNG 'Colored Man Fined 'ALL TRAVELERS ARE ISYIIF.D
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3 Crweoa ft os Ocki,
Tear rru.ur te b. Tiroes
" LiV-lrrtH-run Oa.
-fc,rt- trtt.t. UXU 4. .arm
Ca n tn rar out on your
' ' kiu-unt .f ., 10 g. ox. fcn
of lm.fi MMrt Good M-cin-.tr
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--.V nn ft X.O., swb m.l,i.r.rnr..t
I re--ai.:i..., f,.r Mfcly. Fuftm
--.a ft. T,orttcii hest r. of
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tter . iu. Taa orr7 Keep ,our
f. w. a ..r,ar -roo. Tilvate aal. ,t
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-1 ft rat.,- ,, ,No ,,;;4 KlirT,an.
it. lot, Ma, ,,, etiJ()jfi rU
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- fc.n.hei cxr ,f a'l kitiAK .imalia
1. r . Jt
"" - J""! .rt.Ur,u tl:r turner.
er.o. AceiAaata The ,fre.rate cm
i"jft iR -nt.rnnui I're.ah. B&lil-
. i t. w-rj., k,n(, .lf j!.,,,,,, j.
i -uienre I'linnc .-.::, as ,(, L11.
mi i-t tvac ts. m- rales.
Toa-Mammar Mea at 2.nncle
Two Hundred Dflrrttei Are m At
terdaEfe tt Cci.Tei.t-oa.
for an Old Assault
KLDICS ATTTSD fOXE CXI1CICS
H" V at Ikf I rat Heaae ,
Weaaeala, L ..falsa t tiles'
"miWr. Mr-r l1 1 1 1. a
List tf Lfidir.fr Enticrtt Km ta St
Sdy Lo.t . cf T.nrd Carr tr. rmally j T,blf
C-jgrht Aftrr SfTm Korthi- COJOOTTLr mirASES TOE AIL
Chfie.
raira 1 m.l t. 4ff1 t Takf- (arf-
f fjadtttooa. Cr-ta 1ail1r ta
f.
frl,pc rti.-ti .f hr f:mr lUmmrr pm.
l..r - t-,cl luti- .,..n t(..i'-r at tr. r-im-"-ir
! nuh Th.irdi r..t. The -faint
i-n an fc. i..Brt )n B ,rtv ,hr Aufji,orlurn
tri'i j ,jm n riit.
Sf Bkiom of Bey , .atk Morria
tf .... t, ,.ti Ki..-f.fr,r 2;, fl,.d ,f lnJ
J. ..-. HUMa.n.fl ...., h, a.. run 0ver on
.NcMmt-.r 2i- .- an auiomoM) flrlvrn .y
''"'"f K'st. I'-hnof onlt-t. ptarifd a tr,.ftip
.nin,p anior. I(,i tuc- l.(,j- P (lath asainut
1....t jn tliFtnc-t c-(.urt Tur..daj- a.txer
ti,..in Cly. Cambrtttr, Jtrrairna c: d. M.
a-nbr-iilRr. rllay rtifc.ll nrk.. a lio ha.
'rn tn ttif Liuuia- ci.unty jaJl, rliarK0
v .ih ,iartii Uon a .-ri1mf!tit .uilit.6
i;a.iM-d btfru, innffl Stau-ii Com
na...i,..r AiMU!r..i Thuradav rtirnlt.e
i-.u..T..a -., ,h, n,rf, tlf a mitU.h from R
.' fcrht, . a Itlioa mail clrrk. Cam
i nuta InuiBd over under tl.wii' Xm.il frr
' a. .x-j-sr-i, hffnr tha fc-dprtj r-and
i Ti-Kl him!Ti'fi i-MK)r, f ill. J j
r.h.. Sirri fratprnli i rTii mint, a h..d
Thinln ni'ii-rctr at tw U.tt.
Th" TIMMtitic tr. niJi. ("Ulnrni!
wrwuirm at af.ir-i, . t-tnnilt ! on r.ntv
una rTMlrtiilns -r i. j-.-'-trt-d I A H
MiTarlanrt T'hi:adi-iin i I'i-nt of
fra.t-iT.tf innO'.' rti.i't" r tit-tn-
n-iiTi tirif) n th Ji ,ni- i,i 1 ?.
V.T,r f.f fi rtleati' ;i'-t.rt"rt ciinli-m
n.--t'.nr f-rTi(1u--tncl t- ! r avi'iti at
Jiwt h t hoaiitu1 Thurafliij mi-mtni: I -r
liffnrfl 111 oi.tirtufT a rlimr at th X'. iti,.
fliwt b'iltat Fnrtnv mornlnc at tnrt.
ratM a H! ati nfl
MrrnW. f.f til fraiinmi aM"nn-d it. u
t.-d' a tln-atrr ln.' t 1 1 if r.ran!ci
iat tutht Attinml mptiilwr.. ao-c'- fr..m
o h'-r i'ht-irfi and tmnoraT-i- pimtIiit. of
tti lota infl Hta rlmi.tf-r. of ttit- I'tii JUio
fcirtna a III ffini'nr tlir juirty.
The fratfrnity rlfction rili hr'l I'ri
Jay arirtiotin t thp I:nm. liotH nd ili
rum rnticin a ill i lime nh a I.ainrj-i m
t.a T.oTtir Friday nitln. Tt.f J-ln Kl.o
fratfrtitiy r oth- ttiaitita!ti-d lit ttif IcHdiiisr
mudxal Cdliixc of tt cunir.
f-i.n'? T:or. c.iod a ar'l kTirati ir
Ii-- I'l-'f-f :r tiiar fM ifr:TufH '
wnp f iii1 f'..". atirl r .- Ttu.ad rrif.r.m
"ti t.f rii--c of er a-aiili rnmmi'tfd
-n mntitt.f rn f.i. f tur-'-d In a
f.l t a.tt. a f..T.(:rtr.- i.m Ma in ,rt, i Wh, v,p l sm tr.,Hltl, M
H- nt-.irk ,v. r-:.n don atirt mnid .., , ,,,, ,,.-, ., lhf Audi-
-t-.t.M- T ,,..cr(. aa rtirauf-d . inni.tr, fnrtav tiitM thv aill M- t.
nc' i t.f l.ad murrl-rpd .,.-ad cf n.o-t of tha lurtf firma of thf
toe na'. I rltt at ttif stwakfr. tahlf. a aril a tf
1 h-ad of thrir ran p-rar. nation, and thf
jw-attrrf of th vl!lit
f r-w.id"nt of tnmltut.oTi aiid nriatuaa
: tions- likr ih Rra! F.ftata and Grain i-
I rliKtitrs. off.C'.--f of f.f rotr mrrnal cluf.
j m hurj off .( r of 11. f ti ctiriM rai.t.
ti :rti -., .mi- T,
B !T1"ti V lio
on."Onf I'f l'fcrBt-'d
ot.i. rrtu-Tiinc frfiil
Uf fini. to norn-f
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r-.i f--.i.ni: tii1 t'f.raf
and
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t ai-tinn 7"f(i..-f
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-ft mar. .
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Matiriffoti
.lwil. M V.l.i.-rt
.orrf V Hfitri-rf.
Virrnr R . a if
V'on T lifi-ioa
rtl.ur i" Pniiih.
A P Hnas
I'avid t o'"
r.K-tff W. ? nr.f
A Tlf1 TT. Jff-1p
f Ti'iir r n. aw.
T?rT H .;in
V a.lrr P. Moody.
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a- d M I-;irrfi
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t"pii--i- V. 1 atf
Vi I'll
K v-'ir
CoioTif; 1 1 K. Mi-
a- tt-y
f-f H Kfi
r w Jtiflpon
Will U Tf-ifr.
C'm-,f. n 1 ib.-t k.
7. T lna ' .
T A ii-tn.
B F. Thnman
,la-Tf - luMir in.
A. F. Ftrxkrr
C )KVB-d.
H J pfn'old
A W. Crj-rtf
Iyeiser asks big damages
(Son A. G. Ellkk and E. W. Brwkfti
! ndj-e for J23.000.
EICLUSIOK FEOJI AS5X.V.nOK
au!t
a-rrn.-d fint for
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ll.
d.
r v tid
fi-l j
.'uriiinor
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f.f an ..f .-.!, nit f.-d f-r th
Tt.f niHti a tio tia-"!! . tw-inr
and
f.-Ti-d T.osr iicninFi
. i.h ? .it t t'.ank at
of nut tor. f.fT.
i.fisrfct hod tid it vi
Inn. fr'.ni a
Tt.f riocro
' (iiHC-oi rfd
l"."tl Ion 4c j
t'iroiich t tic
, cun l l if Miiur-t iwd t.ad
ti'v anh liiar.k raiTirl:f
r-"at'K c.f a ptTiBli t.o .
I"ratik Cin:r,!f. tha fitifltirtot a Ik. ann
kno'kfd tiTiootiHciouf .y Setnly. a if un
aMr in tstify in rourt f i. tlif cJolant
'.f the attack yprK.-di,. . Jif Kaid IiIp mind
whf a Malik on tlir incirti'M. l.'-catiiif of
Ui it..tur- I if tiad r-o.jpd.
Tolfy Kid t.f j- piiia arf tonic In ac tton. i
quick in rfrbita. and rf-storf tha natural '
action of tha kifttirja and Madder Tlicy
forrprt lrrt f uiariiics. tiold l j a!l drus- i
piFtt 1
Oaf.lr rrtttkt
t-ntrtt-af-mifri.-frr from lutip trvutilf t.i.1
ly .oanri It. Klnr a N inarovf-rt- alll
t'flj. thm R.r and n fin. For aajf bv
1 '-rat cm trti( Co.
Tha Ky ta thf Situation Be Want Ad
MAJOR BURNHAM TO LECTURE
( biff af taff to ddrfaa VU..rl m .
Iltla at 4rffrra ( it- 1 Irairn-
at Watna fa Jltt.
!a.lor V. T". Ttir titiam. rl.li.f of htaff.
and Cafain William .tnnn of the imy.
mantfr'i. fl"Tartnifrrt of t lif hr c tfinartorn
of thf Iifparttnont t.f thf Mih mrl alll
loaa Ttinraday nlpht for J.-fr.rarin City.
Mo., a hfrf Wawir Fiurnhum l to twrin a
afrtf of W-turn to ttif officrrr" of the
VIiKfouri National Guard on "( 'ffic-rp
Sohoola of Inxtniottfin "
Ltfnilfnant r. M. Watann will act &k
chief of rtaff during Wa.ior Ptirnliam at-
ffTlOf .
Impostor Dupes
Messenger Boys
Induce Ttfm to Kake IVpoRit on
the Pretext of Getting
Them Jobs.
Inipof't-c on email tinvt if ttif laf-nt aork
of f-tndler o(-ratinf: tn fmrnlia On the
p.fld of tf.f a holosi; fwindif of aonrien
f--audulnt t.-.i1 tnrv. it f riw
tiopod tic-f nk rrfifl"nt. tif a-njiaper
e(l-torf and rfi of prominence am-llar to
i !! tlir foret'iltip a lll he "eated at the ht
i tat. le v turn run. eaat and .ft at rifi.t
tiitif" io ttie w i-rrtM-r mam tah'.ee
eltl.rr end of ttif whtiwh- tabl.f
a ll! br jell matpm. utdr the cnera '
leadi-rt-tilp of Chief Tfil Vaster Clement c
Chan" a ho t chapman of the romnuttee
on Iim i'atiotif and ororram for the dinner
Mr. I'hane retiefiraed hie il .. . at a
luncheon riven Thursday noon at the Com-mi-rial
rluti Ttie yellf renounded thr,.urti
fie - hole dub and t.rotirtii mar.y a noon
i.Tcher lo the door of the room to nee
a hat aa aFtlr Ttie jell masiera a-ill aleo
lead tn the ulnrtnp Jn 1hl onnneotion it
i aked ttiat no one start until the aj
clal Ripnal la rti enthe aonp which rf.
"They aay that Bill Jonea ior a hoener It
may hri. He Aim (lot No Pt la ' Thla
KlKt.al will rot piven until late In the
cvetiitia
Mr iiBKe r airtef a-e a a-ell knoan
of c-omjiarat : joutijr men. Ttie liat
cludea.
Bride-to-Be Gone,
Youth Searching
Lincoln Girl Disappears on Ere of
Karriafe. Learinf Kote Mar
ried Kan in Deal.
lot
hv
Paul Heat or..
W. 1. fturceaa.
C r f.iuft,
ortefl that a man ha t-een dutnns hov i K. F Orrvmiti
I i. tin ineir jiantjif ( Ut or X.. aacti to ret
tneeeenrer miitf ao ttiat ttie boja mlptit
I .ntr i-miiloi mi'tit
The mar le aid to liar ia"xed
the name of Stanlcj. He aent about nffer
tne to pet bo h Jinn. timid Hi. nieanenirerr
aith the Ha. den Br-ia.. More. Af-eelnp
to furninh emnloj mert. ttie man then asked
a payment of Si. d an In each race to pet
the hoya their uniform. ( iffteiala at the
!la. tln More siv ttiey did not athurlae
anr auch jiroposition and rever heard of
Stanley.
F. Tert a ell
H K Picket.
Lov flvrne
A t'ann.bell.
under lT-,?vl".
J . . J -refine-.
'i T F.HftTnan.
K. F Folda.
F'aul C.Mllaeher,
W. I. Hnsford.
F J. Hoel.
K . Hineteita.
The men at the
the following:
C. C. George.
C. T. Konntne.
N. B. Ijidike.
.lo.etti Kellev
( F MfCiine,
f XI not
fhariep Martin.
Frank Warm,
I ' J o .rien
Guj Fratt
W F. fhoHdrn.
W. i. Ki.ei.ard.
1.. F. tiwrr. .
1" l Suraue.
Al Scott.
J W. Tow le.
H p. Wellrr.
-tohn Eleh.
F. K Zeiler.
sjieakerc table will be
FYank L.. HaJler.
Kt fifv. George A.
Beech or.
A romanre forbidden won Wiea Joaej.hine 't
Krorek of l.lncoln away frrm tnarrlagf
pk T.ventlonalty approved by her parent
Phe dlaappeared from her home In Un
ci. In Wedneaday night a fea- hour beforf
thp time appointed for the ceremony which
aa to unite her to William Chappelow of
Crete. Yesterday the father. Charle Kreoek.
and the groom, disappointed. re aeart-b
in tn Omaha for thf mlaalng girl.
"1 don"t lov Will aa 1 ought to. I'm
going away. 1 will aend tit ring back ta
him through thf ost off! r. JOFIE."
This note left tn her room at home waa
the only word f:im the girl of the change
tn her j.latia.
Tbe girl la said to have confided to her
mother reiently that she was tn love with
a married man In Omaha The jolice hPv
have heen asked to locate thla man The
girl la I." year old
The Omaha police have declined to act In
the case unleaa a comj.laint la filed The
authorities here take the position that as
the girl is of legal ape. there t no reason
why they should Interfere.
j aaerie 1 krw 4-t leaf a lintftrft .
ae aalittlag (fHnaaltte ta W e
rt nta af-O'-attea 4- '
I eret la DfterM.
John O Teiser filed a su't for t T ,
damage in the district court Thuradav I
morning against A rs F.lltrk and Ralph
W. Preckenrldge. member a of the execut've
committee or the Neb-aska lar assocta- '
j t on
j In M jwtl-.ion Mr. Telser rente that f
i lie marie apphce tlon for memberhip In the
Nebraska Har association and M.at M
Flltck and Vr Breckenrtdge. as mem- 1
he- of the eiecutixe oommttiee. Influenced j
the committee to report adversely on ha i
application He sajs that a Tt embe-hlp m
the association ts a valuable asset and
that bis rejection has been of great dam
g. He therefore ask for 2&.nii.
Clarke Goes to the
Baltimore & Ohio
Earl.r.gnoa's Scpenntendeat of Ke-
tiTe Pcwrr Take Positiea wivk
1 Ear-teri load.
Fersistent Advertising 1 the Road to
F-if r.etuma.
T H Oark geoeral iitw.r-n'endert el
nlot p'wer ol e PufHapsa has re
sirne to take the aaroe poa'tioe with
fhe Iat:tmore It obio He I the aeco-.d
Furl rgtor official a I e ha ..o!n"fl the ataft
of the Baltimore ft Ohio wlthta the rest
as I"aniel Wlllard who became president
of the road last spring, was formerly vice
j.resident of the TuH'ngton
Mr Clarke wit! he succeeded bv T. A
Torrey. formerly itf rtmendrt of me", a
power oo the lines eat of the Mtasourt .1
W Cyr la ai.iwnted tn Vr Tor ey' place
A pew office real es'ate and Industrial
eommlsstoner. ha lieea ores led on the I?ur
llnglon syeieni K. A. Hcward has Junt
been appointed a the fir t commissioner,
having .lunsdlrtloa r er the entire Hut
lington aystem.
Hi duiles will relate to Investigation rf
the allies of Fturii g-ton holding and aleo
of the value of the farm land adtoin ng
Burlington rrojertj .
fl-
Io you know that fully ntn out of
every ten case of rheumatism are alm
ply rheniatlsna of the mu.icie due to cold
or daiuK or chronic rheuuiauam. and re
quire no lt..emal treatinent whatever?
Arply Chamherlain a Unlmi.nt freely and
see how Quickly It give relief. For aaie
by all dealers.
v
u
my
The Wholesome
dug Powder
Does Not Contain Alum
Ba!
vv 1 i .. n
" ' a- ZV
1
fipIiael-Frei Co
J
fi Wc canne-t advertise cverythinrr in
j this small space. We want you to bear
j u mnd that everythinC in stock has been
i rut way down in order t mak-p a r!rm
l't vcep.
j Salesmen ann Salesladies, also Cash
i Girls wanted.
C1
m Thusaa5si;Pa thousands of doUars' worth of cew, dependable merchandise to be thrown out on baxraia
tables at one-half one-third and, in some instances, at 15c and 10c on the dollar. We have decided to turn all is-
SPOTtIS nTTTn?rrendS,!Cft overvfroni a ttw d ccessful season than we have anticipated, into
EfJiiw T i QUICK. We will count the cash in place of invoicing the goods. If you have ever attended a real
bargain salerhere your dollar will carry away $3.00, $5.00, $7.00 and $10.00 worth of serviceable goods, then come
w sapnael-Pred Co., 13th and Faraam, Friday morning at 9 o 'clock, and you will find these bargains staring you
in the face on everv sten von mLk 6 6 J
laphed-Pred Cc
corner 13tn and Fnmam
Only tw minutes walk from !6th and Farnam.
TO THE BITIKO ri BLIC:
At a-Oftlng of trie corporation RapKaf-.-FYed . It waa
dj(V-. to mai.. a peirftt rlnaji awrr-p of ai! tlte ntrrrhajMlla
now on hand, rapex-iallj- of winter good and odd lota of avapie
rooda, aJl whom caar to bo gotfcra awaj- with for a nhort Mine;
M haTaJa table to be pat ia their plare aad throw food
oat at aach prtcew that will be rarried away hj tle people
ia big bundles; aa aooa aa tntr lot t aold out aoothrr lot to
take its place. Thia ia our ft rut attempt at a clearing Hale at
retail In Omaha, and we will prvc yo aurh ttairaina that yoa
will rpmemher as for moatiia. Ilemetnhnr our nvitto : -All aier-c-handise
boa;ht that doe aot prove aaUafartotr raa be re-torBf-d.'
Sale begins nromnflv at QOf
I vili b cIosI all Lv 77. Z " , u. ' Vma muiluu& cciddbi - ouiD, ana win xsntuioe until cverytning is disposed ot. Uur big store
K f 1 , y ay to remark the oods and arrane sck for the sale.
r
I , 5: M:
n's and
33 s Dress
( Shirts, at
f 15c
TT--2. -.SP-l i
! 75c Ladies'
Ut Unicn Suits, at
i-1
5c Ladies' and
Childre n's
Handkerchiefs
5 0c Men's B 2. T.aHie.
Heavy Fleeced I Fleeced Un
Underwear, I derwear.
-5C
-4
' t arrr p
j 50: Ladies'
Waists, at
15c
te--. il jh vj
10c
75c Men's
Gloves and
Mittens, at
35c
75c Men's and
Boys' Sweat
ers, at
4
25c
Barber Tow
els, at
He
2Cc large Tow-
I els, at
I 9c
1 75c Ladies'
- V m . l 4.
4
25c
tt
I 7 5c Men
Caps, at
35c
Clean Sweep Sale
of .ill LiidieB' ami Mises' Cloaks, Suits, Drcs-s,
Furs, t-te. Kvtry panuent will have a ml tag with
the price of det-trurtion marked in plain figures.
12.'. Suits that tire left in the tock, divided
into lliree lots::
$5.95
uit sold
$9.00
! 10c Ribbons
! at, yard
3c
1 5c Men's Silk
Ties, for
t 12c
? IIMIIIIIMIIIIBMMI lip I
lCc Pearl But-
,
5c Card Pearl
1 Buttons, at
I If
ftsc
.It-
Lot A All Suits sold uji to
jlS.OO-riean
l'p Sale.
Lot B-All Ladies' Suits sold
up to $22.50-Ciean-Up
Sale
Lot C All Suits w3d uj lo
$12.95
Ladies' Black Coats, worth
up to $10.uj CIA"
at ?3.95 and. .. Ci.UD
Ladies' Fine Black Coats,
also Xovelty Coat, worili
up to $lo.xt q
Indies ' end Misses' Tlu
Coats, Blaxk Broadclot!
and Novelties, worth up
ls.trj all go
at
All (jiracul, l'lusii. Fin
BmaJcloth and Novel t
Coats, worth uj
to $2j.i0. at
All the Silk Drees left
worth up to
1S.(M. a t
1 1 m . . . ... "
.in mr atta. iur roaig. tug jfUJcott. (l.iiur(tig ,.(,aV8 at
cce-tair our former irice
$8.95
-ii. Fine
OVe-lt V
$12.95
M-s left.
$6.95
50c Ladies'
Heavy Fleeced
Hose, at
10c
Ladies' $1.50
Union Suits,
slightly soiled,
CDc
25c and 35c
Cuff Buttons,
pair,
5c
Clean Sweep Sale of
Ladies' and
Gents' Shoes
$1.19
All the 2.f0 Men V Shoes;
Clean Sweep Sale
All J2.m Ladies
at ;
2.ro ;ind $:UK) Ladie
Shoes; this Nale
All the odds, $2,50
and $3.(10 men's,
incjuding patent
leather, gun metal
button and blu-
-..$1.85
All $:j.5!i
Shoes, in
this sale
' Shoes,
Clean Sweep Sale of
Comforts and Blankets
All the 13.76 Comforts . . .
All the $2. 'H Comforts . . .
All the iZ. 25 Comforts. . .
All the $2.75 Comforts . . ,
All the $2.50 Comforts ..
All tbe $4.5ti Comforts...
All the 60c Blankets .
Alt the $1.00 Blankets . . .
All the $1.5 Blankets . . .
All the $2.00 Blankets . . .
All tbe $3.00 Blankets . .
$7 0(i all wool Blankets,
plaids lo close
81.19
81.29
81.48
1.85
82.29
82.95
43e
59C
85c
81.29
$2.29
Ile Id era?, white
8-1.35
$-'!..V !). if4.it: i
Iidie" Shoe:
this
sale. . . V
S4M- aad Or
I- aa j aad Iaiu
IlititK-Da, wide,
at, jard
12c
I-AIUES OIT
lG 1UML
MtiHT tJOWAS.
AT
39c
l-0 AMI .2.i
Mi;xt 11 1U
WtMiL IMillt.
ULlll. AT
G9c
n
l.N MtAS
Hi U V Ol TINti
UIX
Ml.HT ttW.VS,
IT
59(
Al! that is left
in men's ;m Wo
men's House
Sin riser.- at 1
j'lice.
( Ivei shoys and
IUi1ts reduce
for this hale.
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Tl KKls-H
Tt :i.s,
SI.l'JHTLV
Kit! LI ii. ai
14t
Men's
$2.45
$1.19
$1.85
JIR-Ul-W-L'-l.at i in hiulii.iii
$2.45
Hen's Shirts and Underwear
60c drees shirts
7 5c dreBs shins -43,r
$1.00 dress and flannel shirts at 63c
11.10 drees shirts, also flannel sbirts . . SUc
$150 Bien's unioii suits fiKc
$2.00 men s union mits . . . '.
$S.OO men's union suits jjj
Ladies' Shirt Waists
All tbe stvlitih waisis that were slifihtlv
mussed from handling, worth up to $2.00.
fct flli
$2.00 and $S.50 silk Det waists, at. . $1
Black and white nun s veiling waists, tnibroid-
erea iront. w ortn $2.i.O, St gij .jjj
Ladies' Union Suits
75c ladies' union suits 0 ,
$1.25 ludieji- union suits tJ9c
$2.00 ladies' union su.ts, wool and lisle Uit
$3.00 fine wool union sui:s, at gi
leaa Sweep Sale I.adiea' aud MibM-s'
Sweater Coats
$2.00 and $2.10 ladies' sweater ooats; slight
ly Killed from our disbar and bargain
counters )
$1 Mi misses' sweater costs; to close Sr
Children s sweater coats what th.re is 1( fu
kt 36r
ac
50c Men's
Heavy Wool
Hose, pair,
23c
$3.00 Men's
Wool Vests,
at
$1.39
IJ Children's
Outing Flan
nel Gowns, at
25c
Clean Sweep Sale ol Hen's 0'coats & Suits
All Suits divided into four lots, as follows:
Lot A $ 0.00 novelty and black Thibet Suits, n Ap
siiijcrle nrd double breasted at Vvevv
Lot B-$12.50 Suits, $5.95
Includes blue and fancy
mixtures.
Lot C Handsome aswiirt
ment of men's all wool
browns, grays, blue targes;
worth $15.00 and $lr!50
at ...$7.95
Lot D $25.00 to $0.00 Suits
$12.95. These beautiful
men's suits are strictly
band tailored through and
through; loose shoulders
and laels, in tbe handsome
cashmere, worsteds and
Scotch hairline ..$12.95
All Overcoats divided in three lots;
lrfT A All the latest pattern
Cntrcoats, worth $12.00, 54.95
lAiT B $15 and $16. f o, in the
new Convertible cellars; se the
new shades 87.95
1XJT V $22.50 and $25.00 Over-
811.95
These are all hand tailored gar
ments from the leading manu
facturers. Men's TrouNcra and BojV Soils
$2 m. n's heavy corduroy pants,
.;rrA si.19
$2.50 men's dress jisnts . -1.43
$3. and $2 50 nit n s pants -.. 15
$5 and $6 men's jiacs . g2!95
$2.7 ho.vs' Lck kert.ocker suits.
81.75
$3.50 boys' knir kerbocker suns.
at 82.25
$ and $4.fc0 blue serge 1u7!'
,l 82.69
Needles,
paper
lc
per
H-25 end 1-5
L a d 1 e ' kid
tUne. metKleKl.
air
45c
S5r Ha a d k er.
(turf, altchfly
mufcifHl, ai
1 kc and 1 2 t c
Tarkikb Toaria,
khglitiy aoilwt,
ra,
Kink s i liitwd, at
at
lc
Men's Handkcr
cliirfa, at
Ladies' 50c
Knitted Gloves
pair
19c
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ii tt-iiii irii-WBTTrir"T--l i
Pins, paper,
lc
75c Corset
Covers
33c
$1.50 Men's
Union Suits,
85c
All Silk Petti
coats, Vi Price
65c Black Pet
ticoats, each,
25c
$1.25 Princess
Corsets,
63c
$1.50 Me rf
Winter Caps,
79c
$3.00 Men'
Sample Hats,
$1.19
K!i:TWn .iai i" j
5c Thimbles,
at
lc
Hose, iair
lie
H if a -;. H
aui ii in . in r mi .i i M u m u
' r-r-ii,r-,rnn -.,;- TV- rw:.TT7- " - T U K H
. "" "TTla ' fl --i. ii. i"i'.. lain-iM
-'r Ijadies' Nex V
weat Gc
l&c CMBJiOllK
1 lai.S, at, jd,
7c
10c Ladies'
Hose, brown
only, pair,
3c
Ladies ' Long
Sweater Coats,
cotton, at
39c
Wholesale and Retail
N. - '
Corner 13th and Farnam Streets
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