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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1913)
THE BEE: OMATU. WEDNESDAY, JANVABY 1. 1913.
Our entire exclusive stock at just Half Price. Now jb it n won
der tlmt the women of Omahti and vicinity wait for this sale?
Over $200,000 Worth
Of high grade, stylish wearing apparel for women, misses nni
children at prices lower than ever offered by a western store.
Annual January Clearance Sale
Our $200,000 Stock of Women's and Misses9 Wearing Apparel Consisting of
TAILORED SUITS, COATS, GOWNS, DRESSES AND FURS
Goes on Sale Thursday Morning, January 2d,- Promptly at 8 A. M.
Judged by this store s leadership in wearing apparel; by our recent fall business in this great garment section, by its unlimited scope, and by our
thorough preparation, this is by far the greatest clearing sale ever attempted by any store in the middle west Thousand of high grade, exclusive, beau
tiful garments for women and misses at less than the cost of making. Those whim attended our great sale last year willtrecall with interest ths remark
able values offered in that wonderful event. Because of an unusually Imrge stock this year our sale will surpass in every respect that of last year; in
variety, in quality of goods, and in price reductions. We want every woman in Omaha to read arid then judge for them.lves the truly marvelous
savings possible in this great sale. Every garment in the house at
EXACTLY HALF PRICE
Sale Price. . . . .
Sale- Price , , . .
Sale Price . . . .
ALL EVENING AND
STREET COATS at
GOWNS & DRESSES
Clearanco Sale .
Clearanco Sale. ,
Price . . .
Price. . .
Sale Price: .s . . .
Prico. .. ,
All FUR COATS
at a Great
$500 Fancy Hud
son Seal Coats,
Clearanco Sale . . .
$300 Hudson Seal
Sale Price. ....,
$200 Hudson Seal
$100 Near Seal
' Coots, Clearance
$95.00 Near Seal
Clearance Sale. .
Clearance Salo. .
Clearance Sale. . ,
Clearance Sale. I
Clearance Salo. . .
Clearance Sale. . ,
$150 Caracul ,
Clearance Sale . . .
Ml FUR SETS and
' SEPARATE PIECES
$225 Mink Sets,
$195 Mink Sets,
$150 Mink Sots,
$125 Fox Sets,
$100 Fox Sots,
$75.00 Fox Sets,
$50.00 Fox Sots,
$45.00 Fox Sets,
$35.00 Wolf Sets,
Price . . .'
$27.50 Wolf Sets,
$35.00 Jap Mink
$27.50 Jap Mink
Clearanco Sale. .
Clearanco Sale. .
Clearanco Sale . .
Clearance Snle. .
$18.50 Double Faced
Clearance Sale ....
$10.00 Cloth Coats,
$7.98 Cloth Coats,
$6.50 Cloth Coats,
$7.98 Persian Cloth
$7.98 Plush Coats,
Sale Price. ,
$4.50 Chinchilla '
Sale Price . ,
$5.00 Flannel Lined
$5.00 Caracul Coats, ,
Sale Price. :
$4.00 Lined. Cheviot
$7.00 Zibeline and
Mixed Cloth Coats,
V 4- VV K 1 J. 1 1UV I I I I I I t t ( I I V 1 V
.TO DEMAND PROMISE BE KEPT JSTZTiZL ITS! County Prisoner is
ttasiaess Hen to Insist on Hill Build
ing Connecting Line.
OMAHA THOROUGHLY AROUSED
VrrlKbl MuUvlturo tor I he llurltiiR
lon Are'llnvlnic llnrrt Time
Nimv In Securing HunIucs .
for Tbnt ltonil.
Tlit effect of the Burlington moving
'U auditing and claim departments from
Jinaba to Chicago premise to brine to
Jiut couipaliy other results than tho lo-
poratlona that have been doing limine
with the Uuxlluirtoii for yean are now
Informing freight solicitor and officials
that the relation hive, been severed and
that their shipments are belntr rfiutcd
over other lines.
Am to tlie Ashland cut-off, when It was
built by I1IU several yearn ago an effort :
was made to Induce him to build Into
this city. He Informed the delegations!
that called upon him that this would be
Impracticable, but that a branch from 1
oorne tolnt on the same would be
constructed Into thin city, giving Omaha
una Omaha business the benefit of the
throtiKli line. Tip to this time, say busi
ness men, no move has been made upon
Deputy County Attorney Magney Trill In
vestigate a stutcment of Charles Leonard,
a co'untj jail prisoner, charged with
carrying concealed weapon-), who asserts
that he has lost I61.C0 and a diamond rime
since his Incarceration. The Jail authori
ties (hlnk Leonard's story la untrue and
that the man Is insane. ISxamluer TIM en
of the Insanity commission has examined
the man and doubts his sanity. Further
examination will be made.
Leonard was arraigned before Judge,
Sutton. When asked to plead to the
charge he said he had carried a concealed
revolver, but did so because Union Pa
cific strike breakers had threatened hlf
lfc for refusing to walk out with them.
He said be did not agree with them lo
calise they wanted to run the railroad,
He stated that when he wus transferred
from the city to tho county jail lie had
J.K, a watch and chain and a diamond
Demosthenes Debating Society at Banquet
rig of bukiness. It means that the bust,
nesss men ana business Interests of the M purt of Hill or the Hill Interests to
nty are going- 10 neroanu mat iuo um Keep the promise solemnly made
people make good their promises of years
uk j and build the Ashland cut-off Into
Omaha business men were thoroughly
aroused several days ago, .when The Uee
Rave to the public the exclusive Informa
tion that tho Burlington was preparing
to move to Chicago two departments of.
thp Omaha headquarters, but they took
30 action, hoping that the officials would
Tianife ihelr minds. Now, having re-
1? v-d through The Ben the statement of
Now Omaha business men believe the. I
tluia Is ripe to strike and, united upon
the proposition, they will give the Hill
Interests to understand that If they are
to get any more business out of this city,
east or west, north or south this line
must be built, and wtthout needlees delay, k
The business men of this city agree
tlmt they do not expect to wreck the Hill ,
pysiem 01 roaas, out iney rcei mat 11
they unite titty can control enough ship
ments to make their Influence felt, es
J rtWent Hitler that the change is not ' peclally when the roads coma to doclar-'
itiy conlenipltitwJ, hut actually oidercd. ; ing dividends.
lby are prtpsind tp ,ak
U lille fJiouri-t bus r
ordered' a boycott on U
-o.in X Tanner Mas iiitouiueu .n ma
ting worth "tt. but now the Jail authori
ties tell him he has only BO cents. Leon
ard spoke rationally, but his appearance
was strange and deputy sheriffs say he
never tells the same story twice.
i.iuerey u vn ....., japej- thai the 0.tu Oiuah clt) vhaitcr
fulcbt solicitor' arc buvlug voustderable j Is sviuu chiuttt. i
Mrs. Olllo I.aw of Sanborn. Minn., pre
vents a cose that' the Associated Char
ities aro trying to solve. Who Is she,
where Is she from and where ought
Mrs. Law says she has a brother In
Colorado somewhere and she wants to
see him. She has neither hcarii from
nor seen him for eleven years, yet feels
certain he is In that stato somewhere.
When she appeared at the Associated
Charities she was hungry and Insuf
ficiently clad. She was sent to Park
Wilde Home, where she will be cared for
until some relative or person who knows
something about her Is located.
Secretary Porter has written Minnesota
charitable organizations, believing that
they sent the woman here to secure her
maintenance by the Omaha charities.
bedims ilfclA) SIQIS U AY KW.NINU Aii liiL UAiO.t UY XI 113 HIGH SCHOOL. DEUTfifiS.
Puts Alarm Clock
in Chicken Coop
Vntll yesterday Pcorge Bruramer,
KO North' Thirty-eighth street, was the
jpto"Udt owner of a faithful alarm clock.
It had served him with Infallible fidelity
for nearly a year, but Sunday, for
reasons best unexplained, he took It out
Into the chlckencoop. Yesterday jnprning it
was gone. Just where, nobody knows, and
his friends are glad because "what we '
don't appreciate should be taken from us,"
Has tins pcrfsct Mtitltction (or IS tan.
All drug iIhm of by inatt, 15c
C. . Oikt A Co.. OrT'orr. Mich.
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