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s30.000 Worth of Ladies', Men's, Boys' i Girls' Shoes
TItE BEE: OMAHA, TJU'KSIUV, DbX'EMBER o, 1012.
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Thrown on Sale at
Every Pair Must Be Sold
Regardless of Cost.
A Bona Fide "closing out sale" for 20 days only.
Every man and woman in Omaha is urged to take advantage
of this closing out sale and lay in your winter supply of Shoos
at your own Price.
Everything in this $30,000 Stock of Shoes will be placed on sale at less than the
cost of the leather.
We are not going to move a pair of shoes to 1512 Douglas Street.
Como with the crowds tomorrow morning pro
pared to get the biggest bargains in the history
We are only going to conduct one storetho 1512 Douglas Street Store after
Every pair will bo sold regardless of cost. Como early.
SALE NOW GOING ON. EVERY1 PAIR MUST BE SOLD.
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS PRICES
IN MEN'S SHOES
Men's Gun Metal Mutton Shoes All sizes, genuine oak
sole, high toes, sewed soles, 3.50 values, rt i fQ
closing out sale price only i pAOI
Men's Calf and Patent leather Shoos Short lines, every
stylo in thlB lot in some sizes, 300 pairs to select QO
from, closing out price '. . , . 5OC
Men's Work Shoes Made of heavy tan chrome, all solid,
double soles, $4 .(H) values, closing out
15,000 Pairs of Men's Fine Calf Dress Shoes $5.00 a,ld
$4.00 makes, every pair Goodyear velts, hand-made
shoes, In all sizes, button and lace patterns, rt QQ
during closing out sale j4l0
Men's Fiuo Tun Button Shoos Hand welted, 5.00 values,
in all sizes, nil-new lasts, closing out t?0 Ol
EVEItY PAIR OP MEN'S SIIOKS IN THIS STOCK CUT
1JKLOW MANUFACTUWSK'S COST,
J Ca jl
GOING OUt OF BUSINESS PRICES
IN LADIES' SHOES
Ladies' Slides hi Sample Sizes 150 pairs to select from,
patent kid .leathers, during closing out salo theso AQf
$3-50 an 4.00 shoes go on salo at. . . . 4"JC
Ladies' Kid Mutton mnl lace Shoes AVlth welt soles,
S4. 00 values, 375 pairs in this lot to select fiQ
from. Going out of business salo price'. p X
ladles' Patent Colt Ilutton Shoe Sewed soles, with black
cravonette tops, high toes, 318 palrB of t Afl
$3.50 values, closing out salo prlco jP ttO
Ladles' Hull Calf Hutton Shoes With high toes, $4.00
values, nil sizes am widths, during closing J -J 'J A
out Bale jj.
Ladles' 50c and 75c Hosier- During this sale the Q
entire lot will bo closed at, per pair C
018 Pairs of Ladles' Extra Flno Shoes In all leathers,
hand-sowed welts, in all the now lasts and pattoms,
$5.00 and 4.00 makes, during closing di AQ
out salo iP 1 UO
HUNDHEDS OK OTHER SHOE UAItOAlNS NOT LISTUI).
Littlo Ocnts IHuh Cut Hhot
AFTER DECEMBER 25 WE WILL CONDUCT ONLY ONE STORE-AT 1512 DOUGLAS STREET
3D FLOOR PAXTON BLOCK, 16TH AND FARNAM STREETT. TAKE THE ELEVATOR
black. bowocI lvS'-SvimBB
CLOSING OUT PRICES IN BOYS' AND
BOO Pairs of Children's Shoos In all bIzos and leathers,
$1.50. $2.00 a" $2.25 valuoB, every kind QO
of Child's Shoos aro In this lot. at VUV
anion, with two buckles on tho ton. durlnK this tl 1 A C
closing out salo those 2.50 shoos go at. ... jP 1 tS7
Roys' Solid Calf Shoos In button and laco, $3.00 valuoB,
all slzos, mado of tho finest vclour calf AO
loathor, during Oils salo Pi 0
Every Pair if Shoes in the House is
Cut Below Manufacturer's Cost
Ladles' 91.no Fur Trimmed Jiillcttes During JQn
BONDS FOR NEW EQUIPMENT
Northwestern Eailroad Makes Re
quest of Commission.
OFFICES MOVED AT STATE HOUSE
Mnny ChajiK" Made In Preparation
for Com I n el Session of l.enlsln
turr Mnrtln First to
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Deo. 4. (Speclal.)-Tho Chi
cago & Northwestern Railway company
has mado application to tho Nebraska
Stato Railway commission for authority
to Issue equipment trust certificates In
the. sum of 110,000,000. The funds used are
for the purpose of new equipment. These
bonds are Issued and taken up by ijn
Intermediary company, which issues the
money to the railway company from time
to time as It Is needed to buy new equip
ment and the railway company pays off
the. bonds In ten Installments of $1,000,000
The company also made application to
tho Wisconsin state railway commission
In the same manner and an order was
Issued giving the company permission, to
Issue the bonds.
Tim Nebraska Telephone company of
Tuck Him In
Mother, if he coughs. Don't
give him. a sickening "cough
syrup" but let him have a3
as the teaspoon will hold. More
in the morning, and so on three
times a day until cough and
soreness in the throat are gone,
and continue a little longer.
Children love Ozomulsion.
It makes them fat and strong.
Will You Not Give Your
Little One a Chance?
10 or. ALL DRUGGISTS 8 oju
Omaha has mado application to the rail
way commission for permission to Issue
refunding bonds in tho sum of 11,313.000".
U. G. Powell and U E. Wettllng of tho
physclal valuation department of the rail
way commission have filed with the com
mission a report on the application of the
Citizens' Gas company of McCook to Issue
$14,800 worth of stock for tho purpose of
paying for the property of the McCook
Gas compart)-, showing tho value of the
plant o fthe lntter company.
CIinnRCM lit Stute House,
The biennial exodus wlilch takes place
before every session o fthe legislature
for the purpose of keeping the state
house Janitors busy and also to make
room for the different committees of the
legislature Is on today. The physical de
partment of the State Railway commis
sion seems to be left out In the cold, as
there are no rooms sufficiently largo
enough to accommodate It and an effort
Is being made to locato It down town.
In tho general move around the game
warden will be In th eofflce of the secre
tary of state, the fire commissioner with
the land commissioner, library commission
In the stato library, the secretary of the
board of charities and the stato vet
erinarian In the office of the governor.
On account of the war between the
secertary of tho Board of Agriculture and
.the, secretary of the labor bureau In tho
Interests of universal peace, the latter
will have his office wtlh the formor. Tho
Irrigation board will be moved to the rear
room of Its present location, while the
oil Inspector says he expects to move
out o nthe ranch and he doesn't care par
ticularly where they put the office
equipment. Last session the oil Inspector
bunked with the governor and the same
thing may occur this year.
As the new governor has announced a
campaign of economy it Is possible that
he may take the physical department of
the railway commission over Into the gov
Srnntr Gimil KiiohrIi for llnyt.
Samuel Hoyt of Gordon has Issued a
circular, which - has been' received at the
state house, In which he calls upon the
lower branch of congress to ovte Itself
out of existence. Ho claims that the
United States senate la competent to make
any laws necessary and the president
should endorse them. He says that tho
abolition of the lower house of congress
would save the country 15,000.000. He fur
ther suggests that three, senators bo
elected from each state and that the
country be divided Into three districts,
with a senator from each district, which
would make a body of 144 senators, mak
in ca better and more stable form of
government. With such a condition "we
can truBt In God, the president and the
senate to enact Just laws for all."
Martin File llond.
Tho bond of Attorney General Grant
Martin is tho first of the stato officers'
bonds to be filed with the secretary o
state. It Is for 110,000 and Is In favor of
tho American Surety company of New
Printing of the house bills and senate
files has been awarded to the State Jour
nal company of IJncoln for the coming
session of the legislature.
Plump brown bottle with 3 oz. sample
free if you write to Oromulslon, 648
l'earl St. New York.
l.ndffF I'olc Drfrnla I'ollrr.
LODGE POLE, Neb., Dec. 4.-(Kpeclal )
-The Lodge Pole High school basket ball
. team opened Its season by defeating the
I Putter team 61 to s.
HASTINGS, Neb.. Dec. 4.-(Speclal.)-
Wlth an open Jollification meeting In
Knights of Pythias hall the Insurgent
Modern "Woodmen of Hastings and other
nearby towns last night celebrated tho
Ictory won Monday night, when a re
straining order was secured In the dis
trict tlelng up tho Increased Insurance
rato of tho Modern Woodmen of Amer
ica until March 15. 1914.
About K0 persons were present. Tho
attendance of delegations from a number
of central Nebraska towns and the mes
sages of congratulation received from
mnny other Woodmen lodges made the
meeting one of statewide Importance.
Speeches reflecting the Jubilation of tho
Insurgent Woodmen over the leaal vic
tory were made by E. I Smith of Spring
field, 111., who had charge of tho Illinois
Injunction litigation and who assisted In
tle trial of the Nobraska caso; Charles
. Lyon of Des Moines, hvho had charge
of tho Iowa litigation arid who also as
sisted In the Nebraska suit, and M. L.
Corey of Clay. Center, chairman of tho
law committee of the Nebraska Insur
gents and chief counsel in tho HUlt tried
here. The men explained to tho Wood
men that tho court's order gives to tho
membership in this state every protection
tl at can be desired until March 15, 1DH,
and after that time, If for nny reason tho
IiIIiioIb Injunction should be dissolved,
the Insurgents can apply to havo the tem
porary order made permanent. The in
surgents are confident, however, that the
new rates are effectually tied up until
tho wholo matter can bo1 properly re
viewed by another head camp acting with
full authority from the membership.
NOTES FROM BLOOMINGTON
AND FRANKLIN COUNTY
R LOOM FIELD, Neb., Dec. 4.-fSpecial.)
J. J. Staub, who has been In the cloth
ing business 'In Franklin for tho last
eight years, -lias ' disposed of his largo
stock to tho Harrington Mercantllo com
pany of Pawnee City. It will move the
stock to that place this week. Mr. Staub
gets a quarter section of land in tho
trade. He expects to move to southeast
ern Kansas', where he will establish an
other clothing store.
Franklin - is considering a ohautauqua
program for next summer and 'there la
every prospect that the project will
entry. Foprtlie present the. matter haa
been left-In- tho hands of a committee
consisting at R. P. Gait, ITof. M. M.
Newcomb, A. R. Peck, J. If, Uoltcl and
George Austin. v
Alex Uortrouche, . who ifves cast of
Dloomfield, harvested over 2S0 bushels
of fine onions from less than one-third
of an acre. Those were marketed at 11
The com crop In Franklin county Is
unusually heavy, some fields exceeding
fifty bushels per acre. Due to the low
price of corn many farmers are buying
stook and will feed their product rather
than snll It at what they consider un
ONE OF NEBRASKA'S REALLY
Pie Biters Long
For Word of Hope
C. S. itARUISON.
YORK, Neb.. Dec. 4.-KpecIal.)-C. fi.
Harrison celebrated his eightieth birthday
November 24. Prof. N, E. Hansen, one of
Uie world's greatest horticulturists, pays
ills tribute to C. 3, HarrlBon; "He has
traveled moro nines, raced greater perns
and endured more privations than any of
our scientists. I read with great Interest
everything that Mr. Harrison writes, first
because of their Intrinsic value and, sec
ond, becauso of my respect for tho man
personally. He was for many yeara
known as a pulpit orator, was broken
In health from his long' period of active
service, but Instead of retiring ho took
up the culture of flowers. He has been
a great stimulus to many In the planting
of ornamentals. This Is a trlbuto to the
rejuvenating infftienco of horticulture and
Mr. Harrison's versatility,"
fFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., Dec. 4.-(8poc!al.)- SILAS
Deep gloom nan soiiieu over win
of democrat patriots who have been look
ing with longing eyes toward the pie
counter over since election, for tho an
nouncement sent out that Governor Moro
head would not make appointment until
after ho has been Inaugurated does not
seem to sit very well and many head
shakes are In evidence all along the line.
"Tho longer ho waits," said one tried
and truo patriot, "the more trouble he
will have, in id If I am going to bo ap
pointed to tho Job I want, I want to
know It, for 1 don't propose to Bit around
all this tlmo and then possibly loose nut
entirely. If I could know I was not go
ing to land on this proposition, I could
try and pull a few wires for something
in the legislature, and I don't think tho
old man ought to keep us waiting"."
Who will be who seems to be a prop.
osltlon that few cure to make a guess,
although It has been hlntcdthat A. M.
Morrlssey, democratic candldato for at
torney genoral, will bo private secretary
to the now governor, with Leo Mathows
bh chief clerk. Others predict that Mor-
rUsey would not take the position, but
that Mathews was slated tor the Job
long ago in the event Morehead was
elected, Mathews was chief clerk under
Governor Hhallenbergcr and was iro
moted during the latter part of the gov
ernor's torm. Mathows Is secretary of
the democratic atato committee, a posl
tlon he has held for two campaigns.
HARLAN SHERIFF IS SUED
FOR USE OF AUTOMOBILE
Isltors from all parts of tho county. V.
:. Shirley, president of tho Btato Poultry
association, gavn an Interesting address
on "Farmyard Poultry," nnd MrH. A. E.
Davidson of IJncoln Interested tho
women with a lecturo on "Meat Sub-
tltutes," Illustrated with a cooking
The Persistent and Judicious I e of
NenspaiHr AdieitUIng Is Ilia Road to
TWO SEWARD BUSINESS
HOUSES DAMAGED BY FIRE
SEWARD, Neb., Dec. 4.-(Spclal.)-
The largo warehouse In the rear of Ruffs
Si Dleti hardwaro store and the rear
part of tho racket store, which was
opened a few days ago by Thomas llurke-
of Omaha, were damaged by fire at an
early hour this morning. The loss, which
will amount to several thousand dollars,
Is covered by Insurance. The blaze Is
sUppotM-d to have started from the burn
li.g of brush in ti e alley Tho volunteer
fire department preintcd the flames
from spreading to adjoining buildings.
L STICHTER DIES
AT HOME IN HASTINGS
HASTINGS. Neb., Dec. 4. (flpcclal.)-
Sllas Llndley Stlohter, an early settler
nnd one of tho best known oltlxens! of
Hastings, died at 2 o'clock this morning
of pneumonia, which had kept him Con
fined to his bed nlndo November 23. -
Mr. Btichter Is survived by his widow
and four children. The children, nro
Wilson French Htlchter of Omaha, Mm.
Marlon Btichter Yocum of Vloomlngton,
III. 5 Mrs. Emma Btichter nindcrup of
Hastings nnd Miss Kato tStchter of Kan
Until a fow yeara ago MY. Wtlchtcr was
actively engaged In the real estate and
Insurance, business. In late years ho had
devoted his attention almost solely to
his personal Interests.
Mr. Btichter was widely known In golf
circles over tho stato. Since tho game
popular In the west hn participated l
almost every tournament of note In tho
state and occasionally waa a contestant
n tho Trnn.imlsslsslppl tournamont. Fall
ing strength caused Mr. Stlohter to be
come a duvotco of the game. He was a
dally visitor to tho Hastings course tip
to within a few days of his fatal illness.
ALMA. Nob., Dec. 4.-(Speclal.)-Sherlff
T. W. Carrol of Harlan county Is sued,
together with J. A. Urown, for tho sunw
of 1120 by John Wing for the use of an
automobile In Nebraska and Kansas In a
chaw after Robert Whltford, who had
stolen a team of horses from Mr. Brown's
livery barn. Sheriff Carroll caught the
man In Oklahoma after a chase through
two states, and at the last meeting of
the county board the following bill was
allowed Sheriff Carroll in the case; State
against Robert Whltford, warrant 1233.30.
This week suit was started by Mr. Wine
against tlio eliorlrf for auto livery and
tho hearing will be held before the
county Judge at 10 o'clock Saturday.
GOVERNOR ALDRICH PLACES
NEW AMENDMENTS IN FORCF
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb.. Dec. 4.-(Bpeclal.)-
The five amendments to the state con
stitution voted upon and passed by the
voters of Nebraska are now a part of
the constitution of the state. Governor
Aldrlcli has Usucd a proclamation tu
I'nlfns Inntllutr la tinccfii,
SCIlfTYLHIl, Neb., Deo. 4.-(Speclal.)-Tlie
first day of the Farmers- Instltutr
waa a pronounced success. The attend
ance was most gratifying, tbcio being
will mean tho elimination of a great deal
of discomfort and danger to the travcU
ling public, A largo forco of Greeks aro
at work moving and rn-arrangtng the lo
cal freight tracks north of tho depot, art
Improvement for which tho big shlppor.i
hero havo worked for Bcvcral years.
Xi'rr Nl'itlnn for (Jot lienhnrp'.
GOTHDNHURG, Neb., Dec. 4.-(SiecIal.)
Tho Union Pnclflo has Just completed
a train shed and waiting room on tho
south stdo of their trackH hero for tho
accomodation of passengers waiting for
east bound trains. Tho structure Is sub
stantial and archlteuurally attractive ami
JAMES JONES ON TRIAL
FOR RAWLEY MURDER
HBNKKLMAN, Nob., Doc, 4,-(8pecla!.y
-An adjotirned session of district court
for Dundy county convened hero Mon-
day morning, with Jndgo Harry 8. Durn
gnn of Hastings presiding for Judgo 1C
U. Perry. The principal caso on tho
docket Is that of tho state against Jnmcrt
Jones, Jr., on change of venun front
Chaho county, charged with tho murden
In tho first degrco of Joseph B. Rawley.
March 23, 1!KX, in a dispute arising ovor
a llnu fence, Jones waa tried for thn.
offonso In Chase county, found guilty oC
manslaughter, December 21, 1909, and sen
tenced to six years' In "tho penitentiary.
In August, 1910, tho supremo court
versed thn Judgment of tho lower court!
and remanded tho cose for Another trial.
The whole of Monday and up tonoou
Tuesday waa consumed In .securing ni
Jury, and thn examination of witnesses
began Tuesday afternoon. It Is expected,
the caso will last all weok.
W. 8. Morlan, aaflstod by J, L. Rlcd
of McCook, Is defending Jones, whlln
(', E, Eldred of McCook, D. F. Uutler
of Cambridge and J. C. Dragoo of Im.
perhil represent thn state.
Coal Hill Coal Company
Excello Grate, ton, $8.50
tTho Nenryst to Anthracites
OMAHA I1BE 12-4-12.
YOUR COLORED SHIRTS
Our process of laundering isn't a "secret"
simply tho use of pure soap and water, proper
care and common sense. Allshirts are shaped
and well ironed.
Don't forget we do family washings.
THE "WASH WORD" OP THE HOME.
PHONE DOUG, 919
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