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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRUUY, MAKdt 21, 1913.
WOULD NOT ADMIT TO NAME
Witness in International Case Can
not Becogriize Agent's Signature.
SIGNED TO COERCIVE LETTER
Proarcntlon Produce Letter Hint
Carries Stiff Attitude of Company
ToTrnrd Agrnl for llnr
H. K. DanlHs. general agent for tlio In
ternational HarveRter company stationed
nt Council Bluffs, while on the witness
ntand In the alleRed Harvwter trust
hearing refused to recotmlre m policy
of his company a letter Introduced by tho
The letter bore the immo of C. A. Clay
pool, peneral agent at Kort Dodge. In.,
And was written U) O. O. Perrott. Karllne,
Ja. rcrrott Is a blockman of the Interna
tional nt that place nnd Is under the
Keneral agency of C. A. Claypool. After
acknowledging receipt of tlje commls
idon agency contracts from tho block
man's territory, the letter continues:
'These contracts will not be approved
until the necessary sate orders covering
kindred salo lines are placed In our
hands. Therti Is nothing to bo gained by
writing commission agency contracts
Daniels steadfastly refused to recognize
the signature of the letter as that of
Claypool. lie said bo had seen Clay
pool's slgnaturo once or twice but had
no way of telling whether this was or
was not his signature. After pcrslstlent
urging by the prosecution, Daniels ad
mitted that the slngaturo looked like
Tho prosecution asked the witness
whether this letter did not express the
policy of the International In extending
its business bv a system of coercion.
The witness said It did not express the
policy of the firm. The preseoutlon then
read parts of the letter a,galn calling at
tention to the passage:
"This year we are going to Insist more
than ever before thnt thoso handling the
SfcCormtck and Dcerlng lines shall carry
the kindred lines."
He then asked Daniels to Interpret the
passages road. Daniels said he did not
know what they meant.
"Wednesday afternoon ho testified that
of the 288 customers the International
has In the territory assigned to him, 26
of them handle one of the International
binders. Ho also testified there wore
many large dealers In tho territory who
had 'no account with the International nt
all. Ho gave the hames of over a doien
of these, mentioning first J. D. Ilomans
of Denlson. Ia., who he said was one of
the largest dealers In tho territory.
Bed Mike Wallace
Hands In Resignation
"Ited Mike" Wallace, deputy sheriff,
who was caught In a raid on Estello
Marquette's disorderly house last week
and who has been tho object of much
criticism since his nppolntmont as ono
of McShane's deputies, this afternoon
of McShane,'B deputies, yesterday handed
In his resignation to Chief Deputy Koator.
COMMERCIAL CLUB VIEWS '
PICTURES OF A BIG PLANT
Oscar Elslagtr gave, his Illustrated Ire
ture on the welfare and community de
velopment work of the National Cash
Jleglster company before a largo crowd
nt the Commercial club at tho Thursday
noon luncheon. Motion pltcures and
fitereoptlcon views wcro thrown on a
largo screen at tho south wall lllustrat
In the development of the cash register
from the time of the first machine In
vented years ago In Dayton, O., to the
present machine mado In on of, th
largest factories In the country. How
Dayton has been Inflenced by the pro
Bress of the company was clearly brought
out and the effects of the welfare
of the company even on the boys and
Klrls was Interestingly shown. The lee-
'"'a appearance In
Omaha. He has given lectures twice a
dy at the Brnndel. since Monday aS
-now tha theater was crowded
PIONEER WRITES TO INQUIRE
ABOUT LAND HE ONCE OWNED
A. W, Street, one of two urviinm.
mut fa Ferry company, Is ln Ormond
Fla. A recent letter from him. wriUen
n a firm hand, states that he atllT owm
three thlrty.flrsta of tho stock n To
company and wants to low what he can
et out of It since the park board h
C!amn'd .trerc,,nn1,f0r 'u"
The land stretches along the river bunks
on the Bluff, side. All title, to Omaha
........ ,unj mo Omaha, nnn
Council Bluff. rcrry company tm.
Colonel Curt., of OmahaT..he off I
surviving stockholders. !
POLICE REPORTERS TO BE
GUESTS OF ELECTRICIANS
The police reporters of thc ,h
dally paper. w, U ,he
Omaha Electrical club at a dinner at he
Commercial club this noon. The pur
pose of the meeting, according to City
Electrician Mlchaelsen. Is to try and nnd
some new cause, for fires. He says the
police reporters in most cases 'ay tn8
blame of a fire to defective wiring, de
spite the fact that but f,w tires are
started In this manner. At n recen
meeting of tho Jovlans, national oN
ganlxatloq of electricians, fire reporters
were severely .cored for their careiew
Jiess In locating the origin of tires.
CoaKh Medicine for Children.
Too much care cannot be used In select
ing a cough medicine for children. It
houid be pleasant to take, contain no
harmful substance and be most effectual
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy rnteui
these requirements and la a favorite with
the mothers of young children every
where. For sale by all drugglstsAd.
Mast nesd Three Million Word..
una A'flRi.m ri it u .
United at"judV' now slttuTg
iz uww ' worus or testimony
tfore they can arrive at a decision In
the case of the government against May
. Illndge. The rase has been In the
court clrhi voor. l n.ZZz'""-
nd. through which It I. sought to run
Lody Files Answer
in the Divorce Suit
Broughtby His Wife
Dismissal of the dlvorco suit of Mrs.
Louise Store Lodj against Carl Hans
Iodr of Germany Is asked In an answer
filed by attorneys for Mr. Ixjdy yes
terday. Truth of tho first two allegations In
Mrs. Iody's Detltlon Ih mlmttUH. hut all
tho other assertions are denied. Tho alle
gations admitted relate merely to the
facts of tho marrlago and the Identity
of the contestant. The assertion "That
ever sine their marriage the plaintiff has
conducted herself as a faithful, chastu
nnd obedient wife," Is among the declara
tions which are denied.
It Is reported that Mr. tody will come
to Omaha to contest the case.
Mr. Ixdy's answer particularly denies
that on December 19, 1912, or January 1,
1913, or any other time, ho was guilty of
cruel treatment of Mrs. I.ody, who Is a
daughter of Oottlleb Store.
The marriage of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lody,
October 23, 1912, was one of the events of
tho year In Omaha society, Mrs. Lody
Is asking for a divorce, tho restoration of
her maiden name and other equitable
Bryan to Be Guest
of Commercial Club
Saturday at Noon
William Jennings Bryan, secretary of
state, will be guest of honor and speaker
at an Informal luncheon at the Commer
cial ctub Saturday noon. Tho announce
ment was delayed until reicrvutlo.ln h-iJ
been taken for the format dinner an J
reception to Hecretnry and Mrs. Bryan
Saturday evening dt tho University club
so as not to Interfere with tho other
Joseph II. Millard, former United Hlates
senator, will preetdo at tho Commercial
club luncheon. No reservations will bo
mado for thc dVnner, The announcements
being sent out Inform members to como
early If tho xpect to be seated and fed.
BURT COUNTY GRAND JURY
INSPECTS THECOURT HOUSE
The grand jury from tho district court
of Burt county, of which Tckamah Is
tho county scat, Inspected tho Douglas
county "court house. Burt county I
considering tho building of a new court
hoUHn and the grand Jurors will use- the
Information they securo In recommendation".
REQUEST OF DR. RALPH FOR
FEES REFUSED BY COUNTY
Bequest made by Vf n. Balph that
ho bo paid J760 for registering vital sta
tistics during his six years' service fts
health copimlsslonor, terminating- .even
yoors njgo, . has been refused by the
Board of -County Commissioners.
A -'Break for Liberty
from stomach, liver nnd kidney trouble
Is made when a 25o box of Dr. King's
New Life Pills Is bought. Why suffer?
For salo by Beaton nni rv...
HORSES 6IVENHUMANE HELP
Chain Shoes Loaned Drivers to Help
Over Slippery Pavement.
ENDORSED BY HUMANE SOCIETY
Will Klthrr Arrange to f!rt Them nt
Itednced Price or Contribute n
Knmlter of Tnlrn Ont of
It. Own Fund..
One or two prominent members of the
Omaha Humane' society spent a busy
morning yesterday assisting drivers who
were having trouble with their horses
falling on the slippery pavements.
Mrs. George A. JoMyn always carilch
chain shoes In her motor car to lend to
tho drivers for their 'horses. These chain
shoes aro similar to tho chains used on
thn automobiles to keep them from skid
ding and are equally effective. Clio
mounted pollen of Chicago are using the
chain shoes on their horses, but they are
too expensive to become popular with
the drivers of coal wagons, brewery
delivery wagons, moving vans and other
heavy vehicles. The chain shoes cost U
a piece and It takes at least four to bo
of much assistance for a team, one for
each front foot. Although she has out
ono set of tho chain shoes Mrs. Joslyn
accomplished much good. Many of the
drivers did not understand how to adjust
the shoes- nnd needed the nsslstance of
the chauffeur. Moro horses fell on Har
ney street between Fifteenth and' Six
teenth streets than at any other point In
the city, but when the chain shoes wero
put on they stopped slipping.
Mrs. Joslyn had to ride all the way to
the Krug brewery this morning, for one
team of horses were so smoothly shod
that they couldn't stand up without the
chain shoes. The Omaha Humane society
hopes to bo able to get the shoes cheaper
or else mako enough money to purchase
a. number of pairs to be given away.
Waits at Bank for
Woman Who Fails
to Keep Her Date
How Theodore P. Wny waited nt tho
bank last Monday for Violet Summltt Is
related In a petition filed In district court.
Mr. Way was waiting for Mrs. ijummttt
to come and pay him ftOO, ho says, for a
tot ln the north part of tho city. He
asserts that he dellevered a warranty
deed to tho purchaser and that she had It
recorded, but has n6t paid him and has
left the state.
Mr. Way Is asking for annulment of tho
FLORENCE HAS FIFTEEN
THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRE
Larson A Kffenbergcr's general store
In, Florence was destroyed by flro Thurs
day, originating In nn unknown way In
tho basement. The loss on the stock will
amount to about $10,000 nnd Is covered
with 'Insurance up to $9,000. Tho damage
to the building, which Is owned by John
S. Paul, will amount to 15,000, and is
covered by insurance.
The alarm was sent ln at 2:30 a, m., and
urlfhln lhlf.ii I .... . . 1. - I . m
Ix lines of hose pouring water on the
(E -:?. e)
The wtrld's supreme
master if the violin
WEST IKIES d IERMHIA
Ak ttr lllaumtl hwkUt.
Stoyal Hail Rttam Fackst Oo.
tizitrtoa A Coo, Ota. itt.. u !. Ia tilti
Ctlto, or asr SIubuMj TVokrt Attst
has just made his long expected
records ex c 1 u s i v ely for the
Ysaye, himself, hap approved
these records. He says: "They
are thc best I have ever listened
to. I recognize in every note
my individual manner of expression."
And he goes further hia signature is in
scribed on every record as an indication of
Among his eight selections is a record of
the famous Brahms "Hungarian Dance", that
you ought to hear. Hear it!
All Columbia records ran bo played on Victor talking machines
All Columbia Instruments will play Victor records.
Ctlumbia Graphaphoie Co.
1311 Farntm Street
"Thi trtWR his falliR trim nr hiais;
Wat aata is that have sinned."
Health is tho
crown ot physi
cal life. We have
lofet that crown
by not keeping
the gateway to
tho body clean. "A sanitary mouth insures nutrition and aids all the
functions of the body," yet we neglect our health by continuing the use
ot unsanitary half teeth which give us an unclean mouth which is not
only a standing menace to tho individual himself but to all those ln
Dr. Todd offers you a "crown of life" In the use of his sanitary
whole teeth. Why have anything but the beet? Dr. Todd has Invested
and patented the only real sanitary teeth. He has crowned his pro
fession with victory lifting It out of the slough of dissatisfaction to
that of contentment, by replacing the unsanitary, unsatisfactory half
tooth with the perfect, sanitary, whole porcelain tooth.'
Call at bis office 403 Drandeis Dldg., and let him restore to you
the crown of life by substituting the perfect for the Imperfect, the san
itary for the unsanitary; giving you back your health and happiness.
Office 403 Bnmdeis Building.
Phono, Douglas 2922.
Veteran Family Liquor Man
Holds Grand Opening of
Omaha Store on Satur
NUMEROUS FREE GIFTS TO
BE PASSED TO ALL.
' Quality With Service ' Proves
Winning Watchword for
The "Klein" Idea of merchandising
family liquors has been Immensely suc
cessful ln South Omaha, so why shouldn't
a similar Institution prove of much bene
fit to Omnhans.
Jnke Kloln, who has for twenty-two'
yars past conducted n family liquor
establishment In South Omaha, took the
above view of It and has Just completed
a remarkably handsome "uptown," or
Omaha liquor establishment at 1314
The Grand Opening of this Omaha es
tablishment occlirs Saturday. March 22d.
and every Omahnn In earnestly Invited
Mr. Klein has arranged to nlve freo
bottles of wine with each purchase of
family liquors mado on the opening day
and has also secured for ucncral distri
bution, a lot of the costliest and choicest
souvenirs over given out.
Each gentleman callln at Klein's new
Omaha establishment on the opening day
wilt receive, free, whether purchasing or
not, a handsome watch fob or pocket
comb, while for free distribution among
the ladles, Mr. Klein has. planned a
clever combination nail file and button
Mr. Klein has somcthlnc far dlffrm
.and better In the way of a family liquor
cBiaousnment ana takes this means to let
all Omohans know of It.
All tho Klein whiskies ,are exclusive
brands, while most of the wines, cordials,
etc., handled hero are direct Imports.
In fact, over Item of Klein's vast stock
Is of the purest grade obtainable; tlio
sort that carries the seal of goodness.
Residents of South Omaha will stako
anything on the. grade of goods obtained
from Klein and every effort will bo
mado to assure this tamo degree of satis
faction for patrons of Klein's newer
A distinct mall order department has
been Installed and readers of this paper
who live at. a distance, will find mall
buying simplified and really superior to
"over-the-counter" buying In many
respects. If you live at a distance and
use liquors ln your homo have Klein send
you a prlco list Make out an nr.w
resting assured that the goods will be
satisfactory when you receive them. If
you aro not satisfied to the utmost, re
turn the goods and Klein will return the
South Omahans should know thnt thn
Jako Klein liquor house of their city
win not only be continued, but that It
will be greatly strengthened. Tho whole
Idea of Kleln'sewcBt move Is to give
Omaha as good a store as ho has given
South Omahans for moro than a score
Those visiting here Saturday will find
much to admire. Ladles are very wel
come and all arrangements have bn
made for their comfort, for this Is
strictly a "family" liquor store.
watch Friday papers for additional an.
nouncements of tbo opening.
He sure and be hero Saturday and cet
that pretty, freo souvenir.
As Explained Below, Read
A few permanent residents of Omaha.
three physicians among the number.
have established a Public Dispensary In
Room 338 Beo Building, for the benefit of
all cltlxens of the city and suburbs who
may need the services of experienced
electors. They have purchased and nut
In tho Dispensary a large stock of drugs
necessary for carrying or. the business.
also have electrical and other appliances
to assist the action of medicines In ro
llevlng diseased conditions.
It Is the Intention to establish this
Dispensary as a permanent Institution
where everyone afflicted can come and
have a consultation with one of the doe
tors, and the proper medicine described
for the case without subjecting the person
to exorbitant fees usually charged by
physicians for consultations, and drug,
gists for compounding the prescriptions.
The price to everyone Is fifty cents,
medicine Included. It costs more than
ten dollars a day to maintain and con.
duct the Dispensary, and the small
nmount that each one pays will assist In
They have procured an exnenslve fliv.
allno outfit that generates electrical oionc
which has proven ln other cities to be
brneflclal In connection with properly
prescribed medicines In all chronic dis
eases, especially nervous troubles, ca
larrhall conditions, asthma, Incipient con
sumption. Impoverished condition of the
blood, such ns anemia, also useful In
rheumatic and blood diseases of all var
ieties, and many other diseases too
numerous to mention, Threo free Oxy
aline treatments lll be given to anv
person whom the consulting doctor de
cides that It will help. Tome and trv
It without any expense whutever,
livery ono who needB medical attention
Is Invited to patronise the Dlspensurv,
and the proprietors make this unpurrct'
leled offer, that If any one comes there
once and receives examination and medi
cine, or other treatment that may bo
necessary in me case, it they are not
perfectly satisfied, they may return and
receive their fifty cents back.
Thus far a groat many have availed
themselves of the Dispensary treatment.
and all have been well pleased, and when
ruiure meuicai attention was necessary,
they havo returned and recommended the
Dispensary tieatment to their friends.'
This business is conducted upon honest
at d legitimate lines, and li devoid of all
quackery and humbug methods, and no
citort is maao to Dambooxie or fool
If the reader or any friends are not
well nnd need attention, give the Dispen
sary one trial and you will be satisfied
the same as other patrons of the place.
No mall order rnotee will be accepted.
Hours 9 a in. to S n. m Sundays 1
p. m. to S p. m. ,
Room 33S Bee Bldg. Omaha, Neb.
A Great Farm Journal
The largest assortment
of Millinery ever offered
in tbe west on the
$1.00 A Week
The same class of smart,
stylish headgear that is
shown in tho big depart
ment stores and exclude
shops Hats that have'
"class," best materials
and workmanship, quoted
at extremely low margins
and sold on tho payment
of $1.00 a week.
Now showing the new
est developments in Bul
garian and Oriental Tur
bans; boat-shape effects;
Roman Turbans a n 1
"Restaurant" Hats, $2.50
Remember "Beddeo al
Tfcays treats you square."
1417 DOUGLAS STREET,
STORAGE & VAN CO.
16th and Jackson Sts,
Of Household floods and Pianos
"OMAHA'S PUK .CUSTER."
Sally Tat.f 15-35-0o
THE WORLD OF PLEASURE
EJCTBAVAOANEA AND VAUDEVTLIiE
Tbox Two Funny Hebrew Cumlca, Pox A
Stewart and On ot the Illghtit Clan ghowt on
the Circuit. Dig Beauty Chorua.
Ladles' Plme Mstlnoe Today
"Worth Climbing- tbe Bill."
On Song-las St. at 18th Hytono vaude
ville Includes John Dudak's Hears; The
J unions; wanzer &
Palmer; Harry lies
try; Isabel ' Sells &
Co.; Mu thews &
Hall. Illpposcope Pictures.
- 10 s; at 7 and 9 P.
TONIGHT AND SATURDAY
In the 4-Aot Comedy
TBE PEEPLEXED HUSBAND
Sunday 1 Days Mat. Wednesday.
The Musical Comedy Snocess.
TBE QUAKER QIRZ.
Victor aiorley and 100 People,
TONIGHT. ALL WEEK.
MATS. WEDNESDAY SATURDAY
The Rejuvenation of Aunt Mary
next weeK, inarch 23
THE SEVEN SISTERS.
A f ma rtioni
VV Dong. 404.
Mat. Every Day, ailSi Erery Night, 8115.
Thlt WekPAlil DICKEY CO, WAL.TEK
t KEULV, Florence Tempest 4 Ten, Jo Mor
rl I'harlla Allen. The Qh 8latera. Ethel
Mates A Prank DuTlel. The Cromwelll. rathe'
We!r IleWaw Prices Matinee Oallerr 0c,
fceit aeala c ic.ept Saturday and Bundajr;
MaHl, lor. Xc. Mo and Tie .
Matinee Today, 3130 Night, 8:30
Z ALL AH
Ladles' Daily Dime Matinees
Country Store Friday Night
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Subscribe; Sow, Illustrated Features
. CONTINUOUS CIS. I
FAMILT THEATRE PIIOTorllatr
AKeaya OrewaW- Thf e'e a Reeaea
Hull at 14 1
lays 5 11
EASTER OPENING SALE
Splendid Values in Millinery, Dresses;
Suits, Waists, Shoes and Oxfords
Misses' and Wo
$10.00 All Wool
MIsscb' and Wo
men's Serge Dresses
for spring wear,
with tho new bell
sleeve, edged wltfi
laco, Bulgarian col
lar and bolting, and
50 other distinct
models to c h o o s o
priced for this salo
$'20 nnd $in Silk
nary values, suit
able for street and
also your choice of
voiles, foulards and
ly priced for Satur
day's sale: your
choice, at.. 87.98
$2.00 and $1.50
Nif It 1 o ii h o s a n (1
Mtolsts. open front
or back, high or
low collars, long or
short sleeves; spe
cial sale prlco for
Saturday, at, your
$.50 Petticoats, In
chiffon, taffeta and
mcssaline, alj thn
new shades; j. your
$2.00 ladles' Sam
ple Hand Bags, ln
walrus, dull seal,
goat and pin seal
leathers, silk or
leather lined; Sat
urday's salo price,
Silk AHover Hair
priced for Saturday
only, 5 for. . .lOd
Misses' and Wo
$15.00 Misses' and
Plain or semi-tailored,
etc., serge, empress
cloth, checks, chev
iots, ln the latest
stylos and present
all new features
Bpecial Easter sale
Bale , S6.75
$4.00 Ladles' Slip
Ons In all sizes
g u a r a n teed rain
proof; for Saturday
$1.50 Ladles' Koncy
on special sale
$2.00 Iiadics' l'lceco
( Wonderful Bargains in
You Hats at
Como early and got
Millinery. Saturday We Offer
Half Regular Prices.
$1.00 Shapes, 4H6
50c Shapes . . . 34
10c Plain and Cross
priced for Satur
day's salo at. .
75c Women's Union
Suits, Jersey ribbed
right weight for
Easter wear; Satur
day's selling price,
50r Ladies' Block
Sample Silk Ho&c
special sale price
M 1 s sos' and Chil
dren's Heavy Bib
bed Hose, remilar
25c quality, 12
Special Kaster Sale
on Gloves $1.50
value, elbow length,
chamois gloves in
all colors; specially
pricod for Satur
day's sale . . .59
$2.00 Elbow Leiurth
Silk Gloves in all
shades, with double
finger tips; special
Saturday at. 69t
75c Sample Short
Chamois Gloves, ln
tho leading shades;
your choice Satur
day at 25
$2.50 Corsets, ex
cellent models, high
or low bust, special
sale prlco, S1.24
$1.50 Celebrated P.
N. Glovo Fitting
Corsete, well boned,
special Easter salo
75c Brassiere " Cor
sets, for full fitting
and made of. strong
muslin, neatly trim
med; Easter sale
price .... .. .39c
25c Children's Un
derwear), me d I u m
weight, ribbed; for
Saturday only 12c
Shoes You Will Be Proud to Wear.
$3.50 and $3.00 Women's Russia Tan, Patent Leather, Vici, Gun
Metal, Calf, BIak Velvet, button or blucher, high, medium or
low heels, short vamps, broad high toes, in fact any style your
feet demand for comfort and style; special sale prlco Saturday;
your choice, per pair 00
$2.50 and $2.00 Women's Spring Oxfords 2, 3 and 4 button or
laco styles, patent, gun metal and vlci leather, now short fore
parts, extension soles, new hlKh toes, all sizes; special price for
Saturday , 95ti
$1.50 Lodlea' Leather House Slippers, Martha Washington atylB;
Easter salo price . . . r , eq
$5.00 Men's Sllp
Ons and Craven
o 1 1 e s, guaranteed
for satis faction
for Saturday's sell
ing at only S2.48
25c Paris Garters
50c Men's Silk Hose
50c Silk Ties 19C
50c Men's Suspend
50c Men's Leather
Belts, in all sizes
and colors; spoclal
salo prlco . . .25c
50c Men's Medium
Weight Ribbed Un
d e r w o a r; your
choice of many
shades, all sizes
Saturday's sell 1 n g
Men's Shirt Sale
$1.5Q. Men's Shirts,
newest patterns and
colors, made of per
cale, madras, pen
angs, merce r l.z e d.
and solsette figures
and stripes; special
sale prlco .... 84c
$1 and 75c Men's
Shirts just arrived
from factory for
Easter selling, in
figures and strlpes,
madras, coat style,
military collars de
tached; s e 1 1 1 n s
price for Saturday
50c M e n's Dross
Shirts; your choice
of many" patterns
and Btyles; on spe
cial salo Saturday
10c .Men's Handker
25c M o n's L 1 n en
50c Men's and Boys'
Fancy Serge Caps
for Saturday's soll-
$3.50 values Men's
Odd Coats, worsted
and c h o v i o ts, all
sizes; special sale
$1.50 and $1.00
Men's Odd Vests
Easter selling price
$2.50 Men's Derby
and Soft Hats, new
est styles; special
price for Saturday's
x selling; your choice
at SI .25
,75c Boys' Odd Vests
$1.50 Suit Cases
1 1 v
We Will Have a men's and Boys' Easter Bargain
Sale for Saturday.
$15.00 .Men's Fancy Serge Suits ln tho nejvest styles, also suits
anteed throughout to give you entire satisfaction; special price
for Saturday 88.98
$15.00 Men's Fancy Serge Suits ln the newest styles, also suits
of fino cheviots, 'casslmeres and worsteds, in the latest models
for regular, slim and stout sizes; specially pricod for Saturday
$1.00 Boys' Easter Siiltw, made of fine all wool fabrics, in a vari
ety of patterns and Bhades; without question tho greatest bar
gain ever offered; Saturday's sale price 81.98
$2.00 Men's Hard Finish Worsted Trousers .95
$4 and $3.50 Men's Bnssla Tan Calf Gun Metal nnd Vicl Shoes, in
all the latest styles, all widths and Bizes special selling, 82.24
Men's $3.00 Gun Metal and Vici Kid Shoes ln button and blucher;
Easter sale price 81.75
Remombcr these are the strongest values In Omaha we are
outfitters of tho family.
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Special Easter Offer
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BOTTLE AHXrEJiZCA A WD OWX BOTTX.B POBT S3.00
WIKX -00 WORTH OP GOODS, OUXT d,UU
WE PAT THE SXFKESS
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pars and nnal4 'or family u and msdlolnal jmrpoMS.
STARS AND STRIPES AND
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Spring's watsr la used. Brewed In tha famous, modern brewery
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Delivered to all parts oz tne uiy.
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