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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1915)
TIIK IiKK: OMAHA. S'ATUKDAV, .IANTAUY l(i..liM.i.
TOO MANY HOUSES OF STONE Gossip of State Lumbermen
Heard Outside Convention Hall
A.- R. Groh Say. This if Reaion of
Such Great Loss of Life in the
WAS AT THE MESSINA DISASTER
"Ten. I can see Just how things in-ik
in Avcisano. fora mid other eartb'iiiake
devastated cities of lUly." mid A. R.
Croh of Omaha yesterday.
.Mr. Oroh waa In Italy at the time of the
.Meeslna ea.rtho.uake, Pwnnlwr, 190V pnd
visited that city within thirty-six hour
after It wii lain In ruin.
"t was In Naples toftMher with James
If. Pop. also formely of Omaha, whrn
ha great Sl"sslna carthqiiako ifiitn." he
said. 1 "We iwera fortunate enmmh to- got
way by ship to-Messina almost st one.
' The flrat sight I aaw when we landed
from the small boat a on the ruined atone
ilorki of the city waa three large truck
pll"d high with ded bodies . of .men,
women and children. I think we. saw at
least 10,000 dead bodlea that day.. Borne
had been (rathered ai d laid In rows.
Othera lay where they had fallen, 'atruck
by flying- stones or partly Trotriidlns
from the debris. From a ' third story
window ef a buildlna; not entirely demol
ished hung a woman's body head down
ward, the hair swinging In. the breeae.
Makes Ron ark OaaVet. .
"A few rude' huts had been built out
of doors and shutters by the few eur
ivore. In front of one of these I aaw a
weeping man hammering together a rude
coffin otit of rough boards, using a cob
blestone for a hammer. A child of 7
years cat by silently watching him. And
at one side the body of hla wife, covered
with a cloth law waiting the completion
of the casket.
"A middle-aged wftman, her hair stream
ing In the wind and her Skirt dragging in
the tnuu walked wildly along and oc
casionally rave voice to a piercing
Hirlek and tore her hair.
"Parties of soldiers were still passing
over the debris seeking .survivors. A lit
tle dog ran up and down on the sagging
roof of a second-floor room, barking. A
aoldlcr leveled his rifle and brought the
little starving body tumbling to the
"These are but a few pictures of the
; horror that we witnessed all day long in
.that horrible devastation. Cut off from
tha mat- if the world.. It Heomed hiko a.
cold, drizzly, muddy Inferno where the
streets were literally sprinkled with dead
bodies of men. Women and children.
". lleasea of atone.
"The reason why earthquakes In Italy
. .T 4 - ll.nl IK&
lilt C II 11 1 11 BT&Ul LUliO.; L.I II. 1 D ..... IIIV
houses are built almost entirely of stone.
Kven the floors In most cases are mado
of shallow stone arches. An earthquake
tremor disturbs this skillful masonry
work and the whole heavy mass descends
and crushes those in tho houses snd near
"1 presume martial law lias been de
clared In the district now devastated, ss
iu Messina... I remember seeing -a man
shot that .evening in Messina. We were
trying to pass the night under a teel
sited formerly a market place, and about'
the only building left In that city. The
searchlights from the warships In the
harbor were playing up and down .the
ruined front of the Bank of Italy, where,
it was said, 30.000.000 lira ' In cash lay Jn
the Taults. A squad of soldiers came
inarching past ..the -.hed where wc were
seated around-a bonfire.
A. N. Katnri of the Nebraska Steel Tank
company entertained eighteen lumbermen
at a dinner at the l.oval Thursday nlnht.
Oswald Oliver of Us stints Is another
who is missed at the meeting tht year.
Ho has a long record of hard work In the
I. W. Chapln of Lincoln is on of the
memlwrs of long standing who would
rather lose a finger than mlsa a con
vention. He has always been faithful
H. M. TTumbull of Hlldreth is another
who Is never found WHnlIng when
weighed In the balance for good, hard
Work on committee. and other work In
behalf of the association.
Bob Holllnasworth. manager - of the
l'lcrks Lumber company In Lincoln, at
tends the convention regularly as clock
work. Hia company hits the reputation
of having the finest lumber shed In Ne
braska. A. B. Althous of loup City la .one -who
has always been on deck. , It la one of
the very quiet, unassuming, and yet pow
erfully efficient. association - workers
who have been the backbone of the aS
soclatlon. . 1
lleorge . Ilahlwln or Crete uaa the
reputation of never having missed1 a
meeting unless alck. He la always ac
tive and la regardnd by association .men
as one of the wheel horse of the or
P. V. LlKhtner of Pt. Edwards waa one
of the very first active workers In the
association. Ills friends say he has
scarcely ever been free from duties on
the board of directors or some commit
tee of the association.
Churles A. Galloway of Iloldreee la one
of the aegresslve type of association
workers who is always ready to back tip
any worthy move with financial aid. He
Is always ready to go down in his pocket
when anything Is needed.
A along the faces not seen ao often at
the conventions now as formerlr ia that
of C. F. Iddtnga of North Platte. The
old-timers mke him, for they remember
hla long and active Interest in the as
aoclnlion work in years past.
Oeorge M. Uttlo of lyons. Neb., arrived
Lh-!!r-"yt,fri!l? J?"i 0.fl?"oL.tV ! Plamond Dot ranch In Wyoming
keep him back, but Little broke the
bounds and came. "What would a con
vention be without Uttl and Houston
and some of the old guard from that
neck of the woods." said an old-timer.
Fred P. McCormlck, who waa the
youngest charter member when the aw
riatlon waa organised, twenty-five years
inn, la one of the busy bodies In the
lobby. He was a younaster barely nble
to vote when the association was organ
ized. He waa then In business at Iter
trand. Today be la local snIcs manager
In Omaha for the Booth-Kellly Isoniber
company of Kugane, Ore. .
C. M. Kittrldge of Kvanston. 111., for,
mer lumber dealer In Nebraska, now eiV
Itor of the "Realm of the netaller" page
In the Mississippi Valley Lumberman, la
put out because he ran't get buttermilk
at averv aoda atand and bar In the city,
"f have been drinking It for yeara," lie
said. "We all drink a lot of It back In
Kvanston, and I. am lost without It." Ho
waa advised to hunt up a retail depart
ment of ona Of the prominent rreameriaa
l N F.W HOOK f
HAPPY HAWKINS IN THE FANHAIS
lLK. Bv Kohetl Alexander XV aeon.
4M Pp. II .3V Small. Maynard AY Co.
The story la told by Happy himself.
and concerns the lime when lie leu ma
down Into Texas and became foreman
of the Uon Head ranch. H tella an I
Interesting yarn, filled with eplaode ani
taoltement, with a surprlaing and en
nobling love story, and the humor for
which hla name has become synonymous.
found by Miss l.ymh and others the
prime factora In the beginning of educa
tion at home. There are successful
achoola where these Ideaa are practiced,
ami many Individuals are applying them.
This book shows how, and Its fresh out
look, sturdy sense and almnle explana
tions will make it blessing In many
lists for her guidance. It Is InvalnaHe
handbook, and, more than th.it. should
give a further Impetus to the move
ment for high standards of manufacture
'Icxm-r and ItoKi-r
tl.t The ven-
By Kdwin Bateman Mor
11. The Penn lMbllahlng
l.iOl TKSTrf OF TOO!' K F.r.AtH-:
ANl TOlt JOT AViWOKIKS. Bv
Hr. Harvey W. Wiley. 2.4 pp. l i
Hearst's International Uhrarr Com
pany. Ir. Wiley has here provided the house,
wife specific and general Information on
the adulteration of foods and has included
TloN. Hv Bernard I
N. Baldwin, s Pp.
A general statement of the problems of
the Juvenile court. Its scope, methods, or
gatiiastirn and Its relation to other so
iiorsK fvuniphino and mocoka.
TION. By Abbot Mod" re and Harold
limallson F.herleln. 1T! I'p. II. "o.
MoHrhle, Nast 4V Co.
An Intensely practical book on every
pbrsa of fin nlsli n snd cqiitiirlna a 'll
tlm the honie. The anttiois have kei't In
iiiini!, aliuit all other considerations, the
desbaolllty of aliowlne what tnay be dons
ly combination of clever constructive
idcss itli limited nu iiiis. Inacnuity and
tnste, talber than iostlims. fum tha
CIIILI'IIFN IN HOMiAUK fly Kdalr
M:irkham, .furtae Ben B. I.lndsey and
Oenrge Creel. 4' I'p. II. .'). Hearst's
n ni-to-ilatc presentation of the rhlld-
lanor problem in America, emliodylng tin
complete results of extensive and rellsbla
Hf inl lm estlgatlons.
Bee Y.'ant Ads Trounce Reaulls.
In the. city, where he could gvt filled up
in a moment.. He renewed the search
at once. '
' Frank Colpetser of Omaha and E. C.
Houston of Tekamah, both familiar fig
ures on the convention floor, are remem
bered bv association men as among those
who did much to bring the three branrhea
of the lumber Industry together the mill
ing, the wholesaling and the retailing.
There waa a Vme In trie early history of
the aasoclatlon whun retallera from out
In the state were sehanied to be seen
talking with a wholesaler while In Omaha,
bocauso the notion had got abroad that
I they were trying to fix things. There Is a
better unqerstanoing now, ana a woraina
together, with no odium attaching Itself
OMAHA PRICES ARE LOWER
Meats Cheaper Than They Have
Been for Some Time Vegeta
bles Also Cheaper.
CANNED GOODS ARE MOVING UP
Lower prl es In almost every line is the
anomaly of the local produce market
thla week. Meats of every character arc
down, even flour and sugar have failed
to maintain their schedule of advance.
Beef is cheaper than it has been in two
years. Pot roast Is selling at 11 and
cents a pound round steak at 15 cents,
sirloin at 224 cents and porterhouse at -10
Pork is also down In price. Spareribs
aell at 11', 4 cents and pork loins at 12
cents. Other kinds of pork are corre
spondingly low In price.
Hlndquartar '-lamb- sells at 12 cents,
while forequarter is down to 8'4 cents.
Bacon and ham Is away down, so low
in fact that local produce merchants can
not recollect when It waa lower. The
very beat bacon sells at 22',4 cents and
the best premium hams sell at IR',4 cents.
Chickens are the same, selling at 14 and
134 cents. The only fish on the market
at present Is frusen.
Fresh Regs llltih.
" Fresh egga are due for a big drop if
the. present warm weather .'.continues.
Fresh eggs are now at 5 cents and stor
age at 23 cents, but !n the estimation of
Al King, manager of Hayden's grocery
At that moment ' department, fresh egga wlU soon come In
j for a week, declares King, and at that
time there is no telling w netner me price
will go up or down, depending on the
position of the wheat market on the ex
changes. Sugar hss gone up 10 cents wholesale
price and Is selling at nineteen pounds
for l and another Increase may be ex
pected. Orcen coffee la strong on the market
and an advance may be looked for. Cof
fea now sells at 20 to 85 cents a pound.
Can gjods are developing symptoms of
future rises. Tomatoes have gone up 10
cents a doxen csns and other canned
goods -wtU probably follow suit. ,
Vegetables are cheap and plentiful,
whllo fruits are lower than ever. Grape
fruit now sells at low as three for a
dime, practically nn unheard of price In
Omaha before thia year. Oranges of slxe
number 80 are selling at 35 cents a dosen.
Last year orang..? "f the same sixc Sold
at 60 cents a doxen and up.
Are Yea Canatlpated f
Why suffer, tako a dose of Dr. King's
New Life Pills tonight, you will feel fine
tomorrow. Only 25c. All druggists. Advertisement.
the searchlight revealed the figure of a, strong and the price will necessarily sur-
man making ills way carefully into the i big decrease.
debris-cluttered ' doorway of the bunk. nutter is off a cent, the best creamery
The officer ln,charge'of the squad saw' nnw bringing 33 cents. -him.
He gave fcsbarp command to halt, "our still sells at Sl.KT retail. It will
then to alM at erounching figure. Tho " T probabHity remain- at that' price
i llcs rang, the figure, dropped, and the
soldiers marched .briskly on about their J "" '
business. KTiiiniriMiiaMiiMiiiairTTii anrrmn mviiaitw
Better to Play Safe. f luaiaiaaiiiiiuia ussmi i . min in urn mil, iiidwhuw
"It .was horrible as T look back on It.
Yet at the time. In the n'Udat of that
awful city of unburied dead. It scarcely
seemed unnatural or extraordinary. But
we remained carefully, by our fire. It
was extnMueljrdcslraUlSjto be unsuspected
even et looting;
"Later that same night we saw a line
"of refugees moving down toward a Uttlo
Improvised floating dock. We hurried to
it 'and there found two young Gormun
officers.' '-.I spoke to' them and they said
they were from the German cruiser
Heitha, which had been orders from
Crete to Messina, to take refugees to
Naples. They told us we were welcomo1
to go along. A powerful launch steamed
'up, drawing big lifeboat. We helped
load the wounded Into this boat and the
ablebodled refugees Into two others, and
then went along ourselves and were wel
comed aboardy tha good ship, where a
goodly meal was all ready for us and the
wounded were cared for. I'll not soon
forget tha pleasant sensation of getting
into tha orderly and comfortable German
ship after the horrors of the earthquake
rtddsn city, where over 160,000 human
beings had 1ean killed In a auake that
lasted leas than halt a mlnuta."
Sorenson Almost in
Contempt of Foster
Hurt dorensen was fined 125 and coats
in police court for exoeedlng the speed
limit. Sorenson made a remark follow
ing the sentence which he understood to
bs minus the suspended part and nearly
brought down a fine on himself for
contempt of court.
Bee Want Ads Are tha Best Business
Read Dally .by People In Search of Ad
'vertteed Opportunities.' '
rla. Ert Pp
A cause, a certain great modern cauae
cannot, triumph ao long as rt ogre of a
congressman a surprisingly, attractive
ogre-etanda In the way. Deborah Car
ver, "young and K," and under a vow
not to marry any mere man until the
cause la won, undertakes to dispose of
the ogre. In Deborah's syss burn fires
of- determination, and the . ogre's 'Jaw
la firm. .It is easy to see that neither
will yield, -yet one 'must! and does. .
SELIKa; Bv George Madden Martin.
410 Pp.' 11.30.' D. Apple ton A'Co.
- The -ioiy, . which la laid In kn average
American, town, opens Just after Pellna
has graduated from aohool, and shows a
very attractive girt wrestling with the
problem of what to do to earn a liveli
hood. Tou will find Retina to be a de
lightful companion with her genuine,
serious Interest In helping to solve some
of the most perplexing problems con
fronting hundreds of young girls who
are obliged to go to work for the first
time. It U as original as It is whole
some, TIIR DEMI-OOPf. By Jamea Stephens.
Hi Pp. 11.30, The "Macmlllan Company.
Mr. Stephens' sonse of tho humorous
and his Insight into human nature have
never been more fully revealed than In
this tale of the experiences of Patsy Mac-
Cann and his daughter Mary. This pair
of Irish trampa who. with donkey and
car, travel up and down the country in
happy, carefree faahlon, engroaaed only
In one occupation "a hunt for food"-
are thoroughly delightful characters. In
their wanderings, in tho people they meet
and In the adventurea that befall them,
Mr. Stephens flnda excellent material for
the display of his ready wit and genlsl
THE TITSB CP" THE WORKINO CLAW.
By Algernon Sidney Crapeey. .18J Pp.
$1.30. The Century Company.
A bird's-eye view of social changes from
the lowest' period of savagery to tho
present time, and a presentation et those
two salient facts of present history the
dissolution of the family and the rise
of the working class. Dr. Crapsey aims
to present facts and conditions as an ob
server, and not as a partisan sees them,
and to give the pointof view of the work
LOVB, HDMK AND THIS 1NNKR LIFK.
By Arthur II. Gleason. 104 Pp. WOO.
Frederick A. Stokes Company.
These little prose-poems tell of the
coming of love, the making of the home,
Its friends and its enemies,' the sterner
phase of life, the look ahead and the
warmth of spirit that comes from the
EDUCAT1NO TUB CHILD AT HOMK.
By KUa Krancea Lynch, 204 Pp. Si.
Harper A Bros. . .
An understanding, of child nature, sym
pathy and common ' sense ' have been
1 ffw iiiiiii Wi ii. mi. . hi ..p... i. ii n m i .nip..!; n pinna i ii ' n i iiiiss-im-Mi' ' m "i""1 " ' 11 i i- -
HI iMPas: jw
Clear fc ieclis" of ! Ml These
B iFokei Llies of Men's C
Thean re tha orders for Saturday ao w have assembled all the small
lots and ends of lines of such well known makes of clothing as I1IKSM
WICKWIRE. ROCHESTER SPECIAL, HIGH ART OATHIES, ETC., and
placed thorn in an extraordinary bargaln-glvlog clearance, at prices no low
that no man can afford to delay the opportunity to purchase. Not every
stie In every style, but your sUe in the lot many times over, you will find.
SAENGERFEST WILL MEET
HERE SATURDAY EVENING
A' meeting of the Omcha Saengerfeat
swoclatlon will be held Saturday even
ing.. January 1, at $ o'clock, at the or
ganisation' a hall) . Seventeenth and Cass
streets. The Question of entertaining
tBo Plaengerbund Of 1 ha' Northwest will
be taken up, ' '
"Haw t Car m. Vim rrrlpp Cangk
"Coughs that hang on" demand treat
ment. Stop and think! Reason and com
mon sense tell you that It is folly to
"grin and bear It." Those racking la
grippe coughs that wrench the body and
cause soreness and pains in the lungs
vleld more quickly to Foley's Honey and
Tar than to any other treatment. Fort)
years' record of successes proves this,
fc'or coughs, colds, croup and other dis
tressing ailments of throat, chest, lungs,
larynx and bronchial tubes, you can find
nothing that will compare with this re
liable remedy. Sold by all dealers. Advertisement.
Standard Drugs and Toilet Articles'
For Home and Hospital Use
KEEP YOUR MEDICINE CABINET FILLED
Uno never fully realizes how necessary comfort and convenience are certain toilet
articles and drngs, until suddenly brought face to face with an empty bottle. There are
certain staple articles, which every well ordered household should always keep on hand
and whicli the "FOUR ItEXALL DRUG STORES" can best supply.
DRUGS AND TOILET ARTICLES
--OUR EVERY-DAY PRICES
U Good Help
ft Quick Uc Yi
I For Tomorrow -J
60c Charles' Flesh Food... 24 4
11.00 Cooper's New Disc ,84d
50c "Doan'B Kidney Pills. . .'Xt
25c De Witt's Little Karly Hitters
25 Allen's Foot Ease Vt
Allcock's Porous Plasters. . 12
50o Bromo Seltzer 20
50c Bourjeois June Rice Powder
(genuine, ia green boxes) 29
35c Castorla, genuine.'. . .21 et ,
25c Cutlcura Soap 17 1
60c Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin 29t
60c Carmen Face Powder,
(4 shades) ; ,29
50c Can thro 2J
50c. Derma Viva 29
25c Kspey's Frasrant Cream 14
$1.00 Fellow's Syrup for... 81
$1.25 Gode's reptomangan. .98
$t Horlick's Malted Milk.. 09
25c Houbigant's Rice Powder
Hind s Honey and Almond Cream
for 29 nd 79
26c Peroxide Cream 14
Strictly pure Peroxide at Hydi.i-
gen ,...14t. 19 and 29
$1 Hostetter's Bitters. .. .84
75c Jad Liver Salts. .. .-. .49
$1 Listerlne, Lambert's. ,. .59
25c Laxative Bromo Quinine
(E. WV Groves') 14
25c Lyon's Txoth Powder . . .14
50c LaBlache Face Powder
(4 shades) ' . . .39
50c Lee's Rhubarb Laxative 34
50c Malvlna Cream for-. . . .29
II Pierce's Fa. Pres. ....64
II Pierce's G. M. Disc. ..64
11.00 Peru n a ..84
-11 Plnkham's Compound. .64
S. S. S 64 $1.34
Scott's Emulsion. . -39 69
11.25 Tona Vita.- 98
1 Wine ot.Caxdul 59
60c Williams' Pink Pills.. 34
25c LaseU's Massatta. Talcum
-for ...... 12
25c Mennen's Talcum (4 kinds),
- each v 12
Mentholatum X4 34
11.60 Oriental Cream. Gouraud's,
60c Pape's Diapepsia 29
25c Packer's Tar Soap 14
50c Pebero Tooth Paste. . .29
25c Pond's Vegetable Cream 14
$1 Pinauds Lilac VegeUI. .59
50c Poz3oni's Fac Powder .
(4 shades) for . , 34
25c Rogers & Gallet Perfumed
Ulce Powder for j 17
Sal Hepattra 19. 34, 69
iUf caiirorn,ia Syrup of Figs,
(original) for 34
50c Soclete ' Hygienlque Koai,
(Sans Odeur Big Cakes in Pur
ple Wrapper). 29
50c Seropre. Giovlne 29
60i- Tourlour Jeune ... . . .29
26c Tig. for teuder.teet. .14
2 5c 4711 White Hose Soap. .12
25c "Woodbury's Facitl Soap 14
)virr. Fairy' or
Kafurday, 5 for
Jap Rose or 1'alroollve Soap,
Katurday, cake ......... .6
100 2-grain Quinine Pills
3-gTain Quinine Pills
100 Blaud's Iron Tonic
Pills for ........ 29
Mb. Copperas or Sulphur
lib. Epsom Salts for...5d
40 kinds Malt Extracts, 2
bottles for 25t?
Borden's Eagle Condensed
for. , , 5C
Rubber Ire Bags, fl.SS and ' 9 P.
aa low as wOG
-quart Water Baga reduced gQQ
XsperlaMead Salesladies ta Our Kab
be Oeeas PeaartBseat.
llliie and Uray Chlnrlitllan;
KeraPjs in Hlark and txford
iray; litrflcll. full aik
llnwl; lots of Vicunas ami
Kanry ltnrka, made up in all
the different models.1
A stylo and sis to fit every
man. Tarlan (irays. Oxfords
and Hand-finished Worsteds,
Pencil Htrlpea and Fanry Mix.
ttiren, In' models for men of all
ages and stature.
Entire Lot on Sale Saturday at the$e Two Prteet
Lot lvalues up to $15 1 Lot2 -Valucsupto$27 50
Mens and Young Men's Pants'
Values to $.1.00, Saturday at 91.7.1
Values to $4.00, Saturday at f'J.7fl
Values to $5.75, Saturday at sVI.75
it i n
vg i mti n
$5 "th-cT H
Matkinaws For lueses Than Half.
Your cfcolce of any Macki
naw in the house, worth up
to $12.60, Saturday for..
Saturday "Clean-Up" Sale ofi Ml
Q Broken Lines oi Men's Furnishings
Final tale ot broken lines and odds and euds of Men's Furnishings Saturday.
You know the quality of the dependable merchandise carried to. this department
always the best possible values at the lowest prices so you will aulckly under
stand what the following rleuraway rediitions mean In real savings. Come early I
n it a
Broken Lots of
1.00 and 91.BS
Broken lots of All Out
SSe and SOo
Broken X.ota of All Our Doe
and 7 So OuttaaT Tlaaael
Brokeh Lots of An Oar BOe
and T6o Oolf and Work
hlrts Choice In QQa
tha Basentent, at ....
Broken lets of
SOo Bilk Voar-la.
Xaadg, choice. . . .
Neckties at Half
Broken fcote of AU Our
l.M and ta.00 Oolf SJhirts
Fperlal, each, at '
Broken Lota ef AU Onr
Sa S3 laaa'e if
Sweater Oeeta. )ayU
Angora Sweat 'r Goats
Oholoe ef ' AU Our rtaa
"Wool aad Angara Mens
Sweeter Coats Worth to
17.60. HnerlaJ, at
Bargains in Gloves
for Men and Boys
Broken Xrits of All Our
Men'e and Boys' Xiiaed and
Valine. OloTeei alae .Wool
01oee Worth to loo rlr.
Hueclul. iu tha 9Qn
Buscment, at fcHU
Broken tots of All . Our
SBo Wool Boee, I Ci
Choice, at I U.
. Lisle Hose .
Brokea fceto of AU Oar
lse Lisle Boss, I n (, f
Brokea Xote of All Our
l.oo and Sl.as Mea'a
rhnire. et ...
Brokea Lots of Ilea's Underwear al Lets Tbaa Half
Broken Itotm ef All Our Wool aad
rteeeed Bhtite and Drawers
Worth to 11. 5. Choice OQa
in the Basement
Brokea lota ef All
Wool and Woratea
Union Bulta Worth
to i. Choice, at
Manhattan Shirts All Reduced
A1?o many other well known brands st deeply reduced prices Satur
day. You tan afford to lay in a big supply at these marked reductions:
5 I 13.75 BhlrU at S2.65
HH H.50 Bhtrts at 83.85
$3.00 Shirts at.
16.00 Bhtrts at.,
Mid-Winter Clearing Sale of Men's Hals and Caps
All Men' SOc and 75c Winter Cap
On Sale Saturday at 25c and 35c
Fur Caps at Half
$15.00 Sealskin Caps at..T.K
fle.00 Healaktn Cape at..as.0O
I 7.10 Healakln Cape at. .W.TS
$ I. SO Healskln Caps at. .9Jti
Odd Lots Men's Hats
All the odd lots of Men'
Hoft and Stiff liata that have
heer) arllina at II. to. $2. it O
an4' I1.C0, In two lots at BOO
Boys' Dead wear All Sacrificed
ren s S5c cans,
loys' and Cliil-
Cac ( liin
Hoys' and Chil
dren's 11.25 arl
tl.tO hats anl
all the fine Chin
chilla and fur
caps, in on lot
Boys' Durable Suits, With Two
Pairs of Pants, at Half Price Saturday
Really no argument necessary to convince mothers of the wonder
ful saving possibilities of this offer
wenr of the suit.
Boys' Suits, with 2 pairs pants, for
merly selling up to
$4.50. on sale Sat
Two pairs of pants doubles the
Boys' Silts, with 2 pairs pants worth
up tj 16.9s, sues 6
to 17 years; Satur
4 Hexall Drug Stores
SMKItMAX A MrCOXNELL l)IUO (XI.. 1 6th and Dodge MrvetA
UJ.h PH ARMAt Loyal Hotel Illock. North 16th Htreet.
OWtj Dltl'ti (tt lth and Harney htrrrU.
HARV.KI rilAKMACY, 2th aud rrnam HtreeU.
Long Pants Suits for Boys
ll Suits, formerly selling up to $12 60,
fsncy mixtures and blue serges, slses
14 to 18 years; Satur- (17 CA
day, at t wv
Formerly selling up to 16.30,
slzea 6 to IS years, on sate
Sharp Reductions in Boys' Furnishings Second Floor 'Mt
Boys' SOo ana Tso I Boys' T&o riaaael
Shirts flsrs li t' I Blouses About all
colors, Saturday. .99n
II. (Saturday, at.sso
Boys' 91.00 aad 1 SS
Sbtrts Hises 1- "
U, Saturday, st.TSo
Boys' Bloasee, sorno
liS'itly sullevl,. Hat
tl.00, aturday. . ,4So
Beys' SUM te S1.89
Ylaaaat V a 1 a aa a s,
sixes 6 to IS years,
Saturday, at . ...Te
to 1 2 years
day. at .
Bots' aOe rUaaal
aUeeper. with or
Wltliout feet, skss I
to 10 years, Hatur
day. at , SSe
Boys' SOe Vlanasl
S a i i, gray or
bin, sires t to 8
years, Saturday 10
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