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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1912.
CHILDREN'S MISSES' and
With a desire to see every child well clothed, we
made very extensive purchases. We bought too, big
a quantity and too varied a collection ginghams,
percales, batistes, Galatea, etc.; practical dresses,
neat and natty, regularly sold at $1.50 to $5.00 each;
entire stock on three big tables Saturday 3 PRICES,
$1.00, $2.00 and $3.00 each.
CHILDREN'S HATS AT HALF PRICE-COATS
AT LESS. SUITS FOR A REAL. GOOD SONO.
Junior colored dresses, sold up to $6.50; one big
lot now $3.98. ,' , - '
AND HERE IS THE BIGGEST BARGAIN OF ALL
....... ...-,-' '
All the fine goods-repps, linens, Russian style,
Peter Thompson, white, colored, handsomely em
broidered frocks, lacy lingerie; sold up to $16.50, on
sale Saturday at $5.00 each.
EUERY PARASOL 111 THE STORE
Special for Saturday-White linen embroidered
parasols; value, $1.25, at. .79c
TOILET GOODS SEGTI0I1
Rubber cushion brushes, worth 50c, at. . . . . .. .39c
SPECIALr-6 cakes of Palm Olive soap and 50c jar
of cream, all for. ......................... . .49c
Hinds' Honey and Almond Cold Cream; very sooth
ing these hot days; usually 25c, Saturday. . . .14c
It is Wonderful how
much information sh
can give you on shield
comfort. Jou will be
glad to meet her, for
she is an expert in
READ , CAREFULLY WEIGH CAREFULLY THIS AD. If any item quoted here interests you.
This AFTER THE FOURTH CLEARANCE must attract you favorably. Take our word, RARELY has
such splendid values been OFFERED ANYWHERE. EXTREMELY IMPORTANT IS THE
SATURDAY AT K I L PAT RICK'S
SPLENDIDLY TAILORED SUITS IN ALL THE POPULAR MATERI
ALS AND A GREAT, RANGE OF COLORS. NOT ONE IN. THE LOT
NEXT! The better sort products of the best taiiors
selling regularly up to $40.00, will go at. .$16.75
ALSO! The exclusive creations of silk and finest
wool; some were $75.00; Saturday. ...... .$24.50
We will close out the Silk Costume
None Restricted sold up to $40.00,
Saturday, at, each $12.50
All the White Serge Coats (not many
left) all will go at
two prices 812.50 anl 819.50
Silk Coats as
well, principally blacks,
from $23.00 to $50.00.
NOB IS THIS ALL The stock of Sum
mer Drer e?s must go, both regular
stock and a big recent purchase. '
White LINGERIE DRESSES and sheer
colors sold up to $6. CO at ....$3.93
White LINGERIE DRESSES and sheer
colors sold up to $10.00 at . . . .$5.00
The fine dainty, chic LINGERIES sold
up to $15.00 at ... $7.45
Some say Lan-Jay-ree; others Lon-jay-
ray. Yon will b more Interested in the
Tames than in the pronounciation.
The FIAT has gone forth on Waists
Waists sold up to $2.00 Saturday 79
Waists sold to $3. B0, Saturday 1 49
Waists sold to $4.60, Saturday $2!S0
Silk Skirts $5.00 and exclusive Novelty
Waists worth $6.50 at $3.50
Women who Know Wait for Our Summer Clearance
Sale of Women's Underwear
SATURDAY SALE STARTS Below is partial list:
Our popular 25c lisle vests will go at .19c
Handsome crochet finish and fine weave, plain trim
med, at . . ...v. . .27c
Mercerked and fine lisleY trimmed and plain vests;
regular and out size pants; sold at 50c and 59c, 35c
Closing out foreign numbers and Kayser makes; sold
up to $2.00, at, each r ;85c
Union suits, summer shape, lace trimmed; great
value, each . .37c
Fine lisle with wide lace; a very handsome suit, at,'
each ..... . . ... ......... .59c
Big assortment of small lots dollar grades ea., 79c
Will close a lot of fine makes some Kaysers, $1.29
Imported Swisses and sterling; sold up to $5.00,
at ... ... : .... . .... .$2.95 and $1.98
Unrestricted choice of a great lot of children's underwear,
at, each ........ t ........... . 15
"K. A E." boys' waists, the doUar kind, at .59
NECKWEAR :-: IIOTIOIIS :-: NOVELTIES
Special attractions at each section for Saturday.
Sensational Salo of SILK SKIRTS
Two' . Lots Messaline, " jersey top, messaline
flounces, chiffon, taffeta:
First lot sold up to $3.50, at, each. . .$1.95
Second lot sold up to $7.50, at, each. .... . . .$2.98
., The values are so remarkable that we want them
to be well distributed, in the interest of the pur
chasers. Not more than, two will be sold to one
customer. In cases where family is larger, some
other member must come along. We want to be
fair to allhence, the rule-r-which MUST be lived
up to ABSOLUTELY.
We cannot promise deliveries of skirts made to your
order after Saturday in less than 10 DAYS. Busi
nes has been phenomenal. Not only have the women
been attracted by the remarkable bargains in DEESS
GOODS, but skirts made to measure and well tail
ored at $1.50 for the making has meant a vast lot
pfi business, which bids fair to crowd the makers,
So we may be compelled to announce the withdrawal
of this price in a FEW DAYS.
ADJECTIVES WOULD FAIL TO GIVE YOU A
' PROPER CONCEPTION OF
The SHIRT SALE CARNIVAL I
LOT 1. Boys' shirts and they are good some
sold at $1.00; one price Saturday, each.. 29c
LOT 2. Men's laundered, white grounds, popular
styles, each . : .49c
LOT 3.-A very extensive purchase of manufac
turers' samples, open stock and a great clean up,
enables us to offer shirts which sold at $1.00, $1.25
and $1.50, at.... .....59c
LOT 4. A very popular lot, desirable styles, lead
ing makes, mostly the $1.50 kind, at, each. . . .79c
PIQUA, OHIO Famous as one of America's great
Underwear Centers. We bought from there 2 lots of
union suits .! OR
DER COST TO MAKE
' SATURDAY-FOR MEN ONLY
Lisle, worth $1.50, at ..... .... . . . . . ..95c
Mercerized, worth $2.00, at. . . . ...... ... ... .$1.45
Will clean up separate garments, shirts and drawers,
7 or 8, 50c lines, at, each. ....... -29c
KAYSER GLOVE SALE SATURDAY
Double tipped short, worth 50c .the pair, at. . . .39c
Double tipped short, worth $1.00 the pair,at79c
Elbow length, superior quality, worth $2, at $1.29
SATURDAY WILL BE A VERY BUSY DAY
In ilie SSIOIE SECTION
Still Complete Assortment from Great Shoe Purchase
Shoss Worth $5 at $2.95 Pair
All the late
styles -a and
come in the
YOU 0 AN,
along if you
-.must have im
FLORENCE TO ENJOIN CUT
Will Aik Injunction to Stop Tearing
Up of the Street.
SAYS VILLAGE MUST BE PAD
learned gays City Will Try to Opr.
- ate Plant for a Profit, 1b
I Which Village f Florence
' Will Not Participate.
. Injunction proceeding! to prevent the
city of Omaha, from t a ring up the atraeta
of Florence for construction of tha new
water main probably will ba tha nest
move In tha fight between Florence and
tha city of Omaha which haa grown out
of Omaha's acquisition of the property
formerly owned by tha Omaha Water
- According to Myron L. Learned, at
torney for tha Florence achool district,
and McCoy and Olmated, countel for
Florence, Omaha haa no right to tear
up the Florence street without paying
Florence for tha privilege and tor all
coets. and damagea which may remit to
There probably will be no further move
la the water property tax fight until
next autumn, when the city of Omaha
wtU refuse to pay taxea assessed against
the water property In Florence and man
damus action to force payment will be
"The city of Omaha will own and oper
ate the plant for a profit." aald Mr.
Learned. "The people of Florence will
not participate in tha profit nor In the
benefits of Omaha'a ownership of the
property. They will pay just as much as
ever for their water. Omaha is entitled
to no tax exemption and It haa no more
ri&iit to tear up the streets of Florence
than It haa to tear up the streets of
Flattamouth or any other town or city."
CHILD SAVING INSTITUTE '
NEEDS MANY ARTICLES
' The Child Saving Institute U In need of
certain pieces 6f furniture, books, pic
tures and clothing. Tha nursery commit,
tee of the institute has sent out requests
asking that people who are moving and
not knowing what to do with their eld
stut notify the Institute by phone and
it will send after one of tha articles.
.'Among some of the things which are
needed very badly by the Institute are
to sideboards or buffeta. a few chlf.
foolers or . old-fashioned bureaus, baby
carriages, high chaira, large and smajl
rockers and straight-backed chairs, rugs
and curtains. Good books and good pic
tures are also wanted tor the use of
nurses and helpers. . Pictures of chlU
Jifs suitable for childish eyes are alJ
asked tot,' . , ? ..
From Our Near Neighbors
A. H. Campbell and son Stewart were
at the city Monday.
E. Brown went to Clarks Tuesday to
visit his brother over the Fourth.
Rule Campbell and Grace Robinson
went to Valley Wednesday morning.
Clara Boyle cam from the city Sunday
to visit her unci Frank and Mrs. Slavin
for tha dy.
Mr. and Mra. E. Lb Ltndquest went to
Fremont Sunday to visit the horn folks
for the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Doherty, E. N.
Pike and Ed Myers went to the city
Mrs. Ada Barber came In Saturday last
from Ira, la., to visit her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Graff.
Miss Nancy Jensen of Blair was here
the first of the week visiting her sister
Inga and the Johnson family.
E. Bergstrom of Kimball county came
In Tuesday morning to visit his wife and
the home folks, 8. T. Sumner and family.
Mrs. E. Sorenson. who had been visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Charles Bloom
qutst, returned Sunday to her home in
Walter Gates and sister, Mrs. Bertha
Purchase, came In Wednesday morning
from Schuyler to spend the Fourth witn
the home folks.
Miss Etta P. Lowell and Mrs. Mont
gomery and the baby were visiting rela
tives at Valley on Sunday, returning
Inea and Mtna McWhorter came Mon
day from Hooper to visit their grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William McWhor
ter. and other relatives.
Mr. and Mis. G. A. Eklund, Mrs. Btn
nlx. Mrs. S. A. Teal, Miss Nancy Morris,
Howard Heath and Charlie Colvln were
Omaha visitors Monday.
Mrs. Fred Ehrhardt went to Omaha
Monday and was accompanied home In
the evening by Mrs. William Johnson,
who remained over the Fourth.
Howard Baldrtge of Omalia delivered
the oration at the Fourth ct July cele
bration here. Valley defeated the Water,
loo team in a gam of base ball, 6 to 1.
Tuesday was tha forty-ninth wedding
anniversary of Benjamin F. and Mrs.
Margaret Bell, two of Waterloo's oldest
and most respected citizens. Thirty-tour
years ago June M Mr. and Mrs. Bell came
to Waterloo from New York.
The Robinson Seed company's dry house
Is being moved to its new location west
of the switch traok at warehouse No. t.
The building will sit back six feet from
the alley and on Its west elde will be lo
cated the new power house. South of
these buildings wilt be erected a large
one-story warehouse to be used tor stor
ing the corn milled in Ns. 1 ,
' Blair.' ''
Mrs. M. H. Wilsey and son. George,
were In Omaha over Sunday visiting
friend. : :.
Mrs. John Rchmahling and daughter
Edith spept Sunday and Monday with
relative In Omaha. v ,
Rice Arnold of Omaha, for many years
chief of pollee of Blair, is spending a
few days In this city.
Verne Hlgby. : wife and children of
Davenport, are vlaUors lor ina week
at tha home of his brother, Harry, and
Rev. Mr. Lamprecht haa been called by
the German Lutheran church and will
begin his work August 1.
Miss Belle Finlayson of Tankton. S. D.,
Is the guest at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. George Noble this week.
Father O'Driscol of the Catholic
church Is In attendance at tha Creighton
university cervices in Omaha this week.
Miss Sue Kenny returned last Satur
day from the New England Conserva
tory of Boston, where she hat studied
mufclo the last year.
Rev. F. M. Sturdevant of the Baptist
church was in Lincoln Tuesday at a
meeting of the executive committee ' of
the Baptist state association.
Mrs. H. B. Marshall, who was here to
help care for her father, the late Peter
Ollbertson, returned to her home at
Burnsvtlle, W. Va., Monday.
John F. White returned last Thursday
from a visit to his old home at Salem,
Ind.. after being In attendance at the
Chicago convention aa a delegate.
Mra Lulu Nicholson of Grand Island,
formerly of Blair, la visiting friends here
and will soon leave for New Orleans, La.,
where her husband is engaged in busi
ness. Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Marsh of the
Episcopal church left Monday to spend
the summer at Grand Rapids. Mich.,
with their son Arthur of Washington,
Dr. and Mra. Lance Buateln of Wins
low, Neb., are visiting at the home of
Mrs. Burst el n's parents. Mayor W. D.
Heller and wife, this week, remaining
over , the Fourth. ?
Joseph Gutsehow, wife and son, Wal
ter, returned last Thursday from Meck
lenberg, Germany, where Mrs. Gutsehow
went two years ago to give their son
a German education.
Donald Kelly, called home from his
school of instruction, United States
navy, at Washington, D. C, by the
death of his father, will return next
Monday after visiting friends at Omaha
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kaufman of
Wlnslow, Neb., motored to Blair last
Sunday and were guests for a few days
at the home of Mayor W.- D. Haller.
Mr. Kaufman is the mayor of Wlnslow
and was formerly in the Cltlsens' State
bank of this city.
Mrs. Will A. Campbell and son re
cently returned from the Pacific coast
and will epend the summer here with her
sister. Miss Ann Carter. Her husband,
Will Campbell, now with the Northern
Pacific railroad, will spend next winter
in Washington, D. C, and Mra Camp
bell will go with him.
'- . ,
Henry Bay was a city visitor Tuesday
Noah Slteto-j of Valley called en friends
Mrs. Joseph Odenrlder was an Omaha
H. A. Nclte returned' Friday from his
ranch near Bridgeport, Neb.
Miss Kl'.ty McArde Is visiting this week
with her sister. Mrs. Baldwin. ,
Miss Anna Aye returned Sunday from
a three months visit In California.
CP, Belts and family spent Sunday
with hia sister, Mrs.1 J. AJ Gibbons, and
husband. ' !
Miss Llda Fry of Benson Is visiting at
the home of her aunt, Mrs. Petrus Fallon,
Miss Ethel McClurg of Omaha was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Nownes
over the Fourth.
Mrs. E. E. Sterricker and daughter,
Martha, visited over tha Fourth at the
B. B. Baldwin home.
The Fourth was befittlngly celebrated
In Elkhorn with fireworks, races, a water
fight, etc. The boy band of Elk City
furnished good music.
At the regular annual achool meeting
last Monday evening Otto Pfetffer. J.
M. Brunner and Charles Hess were elected
members of the board.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Goodhard returned
Wednesday evening from a three weeks'
stay at Excelsior Springs, Mo. Mrs.
Goodhard's health is much improved.
H. A. Nolte started Monday morning
In his new. automobile for his ranch at
Broadwater, Neb. Arthur Nolte accom
panied him as far aa Columbus, return
Ing by train. .
A Woodmen of the World camp has
been organized in Elkhorn by Deputy A.
Calvert of Wahoo. The first meeting was
held last Thursday with a charter mem
bership ' of twenty-five. James Quinn
was elected commander.
Mr. and Mra Raamuesen visited in
Albert Pattys spent Sunday with his
mother, Mrs. Fred Knight.
Mr. and Mrs. Detn visited In Omaha
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Johnson.
Mrs. John Hendrlckeon went to David
City to visit her daughter for a few days
Some firecrackers in little Sornle Sun
dall's pocket caught tire and burned him
Mrs. Thompson entertained her three
sisters. Misses Margaret, Clara and Mrs.
Sidrid Kunsten of Omaha, on the Fourth.
Mr, and Mra Arthur Knight and chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Brewster and
children, Miss Nancy Otte. Miss Maud
Munsen, Ed Pamp and Wilson Len
heart went to Arlington to spend the
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and two chil
dren. Ervin and Mabel: Mr. and Mrs.
Jensen of Florence. Miss Kate Petersen,
Miss Minnie Rasmussen and Jamea and
Walter Madsen of Benson spent the
Fourth at the Deln home.
Mr. and Mrs. Addison Jones wer here
on a short visit this week.
Ross Bates is spending his summer
vacation at Holland. Mich.
Misa Florence Sandy of Gretna was the
gnest of Miss 01 lie Pflug Saturday. ,
Harvest I occupying the farmers. The
grain Is very short, but of good quality.
On account of the short wheat some
of the farmers are harvesting with
headers. ,.- :
C. W. Sanborn has bought a farm In
Lancaster county and expects to move
his family there soon.
A goodly number of Springfield cltlsens
spent the Fourth in - Elmer Zoerlan'a
grove south of Springfield.
John Nottleman haa the contract for
the erection of a new brick bulMlng on
Main street tor Prall 4 Raker.
Harry Prall and Frank Raker, both
from Elm wood, will erect a brick build
ing S2x70 on tha south side of Main street
to be used as a barber shop and pool
Ed Morrison of the Omaha police
forca was calling on friends in the
neighborhood of his boyhood home this
R. H. Kiger Is making extensive im
provements on his residence. He has put
a second story on It and putting In mod
About fifty Springfield business men
passed through the mystic den of the
knights of Ak-Sar-Ben Monday night at
Omaha and only whisper to themselves
what they saw and heard.
Mrs. Buhs of Washington, Neb., was
a guest last week of her mother, Mrs.
John Blum, sr.
Miss Sophia Nelson of Omaha is visit
ing her father, Mr. J. Nelson.
Fred Cockrell of Omaha, visited several
days with Mr. Hoadley Stuart.
Miss Gladys Baldwin of Omaha, is
visiting at her home at the present time.
Misses Ajnanda and August Nelsen of
Omaha spent the veek with their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. P. Nelsen.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Schmidt and chil
dren were Omaha visitors Thursday.
Clifford Harrow of Omaha spent Sat
urday and Sunday with Mr. Robertson.
Mrs. John Mueller returned from the
hospital Tuesday where she has been ill
for the past week. She left for Denlson,
la., Wednesday to visit at her home.
The Persistent and Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising is the Road to
Men, Here is Great Clothes News
ocietsr irand and Fl. Clothes
The highest priced lien's Clothes in the Country
Always Sold at $20 to $35, on sale Saturday at
Made up for the Voljmer Clothing Co. This lot consists of 214 Society Brand and
118 F B. Q. make men's splendid all wool, strictly hand tailored suits. The Vollmer
Clothing Co. discontinued business and we bought the entire lot at a mere fraction of
their actual cost." Every garment has the Vollmer label, and the makers label sewed
on the inside. ,
' Every lover of good clothes knows that there is no better clothes in the country
than these. Sizes to fit every ma?i. Every new pattern and fabric and color.
400 Pain MEN'S DUTCHESS AND ACME TROUSERS, worth to $7.50, made for
the Vollmer Co. Some splendid outing trousers included in this lot, also all wool
worsteds, serges, mixtures, etc., on sale Saturday at
H and $2
VTASTEST (rrowtntl Store in the W&r
No. 16 ST OMAHA.
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