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    TIIFi BF,E: OMAHA. SATURDAY. MAY 15. 1915.
PIXLEY NOW ON
CITTPAY ROLL
In Publio ImproTement Department
Robertaon in Knftl'i Branch
of Oorenunent
BRUCKLR IS UNDER DREXEL
Ijsw Tiljr, en ef the prominent
workers for th Blx Fix during the cam
pal im, has been alsnd to the posi
tion of paving- and curbing Inspector by
CommlsaloTMr Jardlns of the publlo lm
provemant department.
Ed Robertson la said to be slated for
a plaoa with Commissioner Kurel. of tha
department of polio and sanitation.
Commissioner Drexet aa dispensed
with the services of Special Motorcycle
Officer Ford, who has reported tack to
Chief of Pol lea Dunn for reirular police
duty. OooAley . Brockor.- former city
councilman, will tveceed Mr. Ford, but
will not use a motorcycle In hla duties.
Mr. Bruck'er wilt "handle complaint 're
lative to interim- t stret. '
Although it U mere than week alnee
the election, the offices ef tha clly torn
mlasloners continue, to be "tha seen of
unusual activity .' by peraona who are
anxious to get thelr-namee on the ;dty
payroll. Cbmmisaloner Jardlne believes
he has met more than " peraona thla
weak. Tha mayor's office Is tho center
of the Job-seeking brigade. Some tele
phone for positions and others write ap
pealing letters. I s
Elect Directors of
Y, M. 0A. Monday
Annual election of directors of the
Toung Men's Ctirtstlan association will
be beld all day Monday at the associa
tion building every member being en
titled to vote for man nominated by a
rommittae.
J. H. Dumont. Thomae F. Bturgess and
E. U. Oiaff, directors, whose terms ex
pire, have been nominated for re-election.
E. H. Hoel and E. It Burke are
the new men nominated to fill vacancies
that have occurred during the last year.
Ten directors, now serving. will con
tinue In office, and with five to ba
elected Monday, will form the board for
the next year. It will meet for reorgan
isation Tuesday.
NORTHSIDE SCHOOLS TO
HAVE MEET AT KQUNTZE PARK
Boys and girls of the fifth, sixth, sev
enth and eighth grades of Lake and
Lothrop schools are practicing for their
tnterschool competitive athletic meet to
be held 'Wednesday morning In Kountze
anrk.
Thoro will be TOO In the exercises, which
will consist of wand drills, equipment
relays, volloy ball, long ball, playground
ball, high jumping, fifty-yard dashes and
relay raoes.
R. X. C'arns, supervisor of athletics,
will have charge of the contest. . Lake
and Lothrop schools have been foremost
In athletlo prowess ' among -the pulJJIc
school and there is a strong feeling f
rivalry between these contestants.
The program will ba called at 9 a. m.
From Our Near Neighbors
Valley.
Miss Frsnrls TVWtmore spent the week
end at Lincoln.
Mrs. Kopp and trls were shopping in
Omaha Tuesday. .
Mrs. Oalnes snd Miss Myrtle of F.Ik
Clly visited th Valley schools Friday.
Mrs. N. W. (lames of Fremont tpent
?tnrdsy and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Butts.
Manfred I.llllefora came up from TJn-
coln to spend the week end with his
mother.
Mrs. Kopp was called to Fremont on
Thursday by the Illness of Mrs. Dr. J.
C. Aver.
Mrs. Bronson. who has spent two weeks
with her daughter, Mrs. Smith. In Ben
son, returned to Valley Tursilay.
Miss Helen Kennedy gave a very en
joyable party at her home Thursday eve
ning for the members of the eighth grade.
Mlsa Cook and the botany Has of the
Mah school spent Monday afternoon gath
ering specimens on the v. it. Thorns
island.
Mrs. W. B. Weekly left Monday to
spend the week at Harttngton In attend
ance upon th atate convention of the
MEStern star. . '
Mrs. W. . Eddr rave a social for the
Junior Christian Endeavor society at her
home Ttday evening. ADout forty chil
dren were in attendance.
Mrs. Cecil Moore, asalsted by the mem
bers of the seventh grade, gave a party
at her home Wednesday evening for the
members cf the aixth grade.
The funeral of Itobert Baumgardner,
who died Saturday, night after a linger
ing Illness, wss held from the Preshy-
terlsn church Monday at 1 o'clock. He v.
A. Murrman conducted the services.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Busy Bees was held at the Presbyterian
church Wednesday. Three new members
e.re added Mrs. Gardiner, Mrs. Mc
Donald and Mrs. Kopp served lunch.
snlldstlng with the Nfhsaka High
school.
Pli-k Steffena Is In T.lnroln thl week
sltenrtlng the grund lortae of the Knights
of Pythias. I
Mrs. Pna Pollard la dangerously sh k
and relatives at a diatame have been
telegraphed for.
John Whitman went to Lincoln Tues
day as a delegate to the grand lodge of
Ancient Order I'nlted Workmen.
Mr McDanlels and Pu Carper of
Fairfax. Mo., were here Wednesday to
attend the funeral of le Carier.
Harry Duckworth of Charlton, la., baa
returned home after a two weeks' visit
with his brother Cherlee ana Tamiiy.
Mrs. Wallace Pittmnn of York and
Mra will J'nrtcr of ITnlon wore here
Wednesday to attend the funeral of their
brother, Lee Carper.
John t. Tiong has traded the Nehnwke
News to Rutlege & Son of Clarke Neh
for the Clarke Knterprlee. possession to
pass June 1. Glenn Rutleg will edit the
News.
i'lntnr-senlne receipt on of the
iah Mirli achnol li olaoe on
OMAHA, GETS. NEW TRAIN
y QYERTHE BURLINGTON
Tmte.. card makers of the passenger de
partment 6t ' the Burlington and Union
Pacific are still at work on the schedules
that' will become effective when the train
changes are made May 30. vThe changes
on the Burlington bar been worked out
to a point where the Information la given
out that Omaha wlU have one new train
f romt the northwest.
According to the new card en the Bur
lington. No. 44, the Billings train, and Ko.
10, the Denver train, will both come to
Omaha from Lincoln, arriving at 1:10 a.
m., to ba consolidated here, ' and leaving
for the east ten minutes later. Hereto-,
fore neither of these trains have coma
by way of Omaha. '.' '
CHAUTAUQUA TO BE STAGED
FOR OMAHA BUSINESS. MEN
V. F. Dolan, who has been made gen
eral manager for the business men's out-'
ing and Chautauqua In Omaha thla sum
mer, has arrived In Omaha from west
ern Nebraska. He is here to make pre
liminary arrangements. The tent will
I robably be pitched somewhere around
Carter lake, where among other Chau
tauqua features there are to be bust
lies talks for the benefit of the busi
ness men.
Dr. Bell's Plae-Tar-Honey.
Get a 25c buttle today, keep It for your
cough or cold. Good for children, adult
and aged. All druggtsta. Advertisement.
SCHOOLS CUT AT NOON
BECAUSE0F THE HEAT
In anticipation of the afternoon's tem
perature being above 90 Superintendent
Graff, dismissed all schools Friday noon.
Join the Y. M. C. A. on the special
summer membership plan. Then use
It. .50.
ffrlafll4.
C. E. Bmlth went to TiUiem to see his
daughter Gertie last Saturday.
M'ss KiUa Bates took her department
In the si hool to a picnic Wednesday.
W. E. Bates visited hla brother. Dr.
It. 1. Bates of Stanton, over Sunday.
Frank Coyne made a visit to Sterling,
Neb., thla week, the home of his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson of Sooth
Omaha are vla'tlng at the home of Jamea
Ansm.
W. W. Dow fell from a scaffold twelve
reet and sustained painful injuries last
Friday.
The Junior-Senior reception was beld
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Asa Ball
Friday evening.
Mrs. M. A. Roberts baa mowd back
from Omaha, where she. has been since
last September.
The George Flllngwood Joy meetings
at the Congregational church this .WMk
havaa had large attendance.
John Schaal and wife are arranging a
trip by auto to the Panama exposition.
They will start about June 1.
Mrs. Graoe Mllstead and children, who
have been visiting at tha Hnwr home,
left for their home In Peru Tuesday.
The Adventlsts will commence meet
ings here on the th. Rev. G W. Moore
of Charleston, W. Va., will Conduct
them.
Ross Whitney of thla plsoe. who la lu
the abatract business at Jefferson, la.,
was married to a young woman of that
place last week. .
L. C. Johnson, C. D. Mstln. John Vot
tleman. W. O. Post and W. J Ann
strong attended "the Lodge of Borrow"
at Omaha Sunday afternoon.
William Jacoha, who was found dad
In a ireek north of Lincoln thla week,
was a brother of Mrs. A. Simon of thla
plsie and at one time a cillsen of t!r
neighborhood.
Bellevaie.
Mrs. Ralph Hallman of South Omaha
spent the week-end with Ml Jane
SYent.
Mrs. Wilbur Cockrell entertained Mr.
Frank Andrews oi Ralston last Saturday
and Sunday.
The Intermediate Chrlation Endeavor
held an outdoor party last Friday evening
at Fowler's Hollow.
Mrs. Butler Hart and her two small
children of Edgar, Neb., visited Prof.J
and airs. Aioen fnara rroin ruaay until
Monday. ,
Miss Wrtna' Findley of Beillovue lectured
on "Missionary Work In Alaska" at the
L Platte Presbyterian churvJi last Fri
day evening.
W. N. Paxton led Senior Christ lan En
deavor last Sunday evening, speaking on
the topic. "Why I Am Proud of My
Denomination."
Mls Jane Trent entertained twelve
couple at a sard I party last Saturday
evening;. Miss Jessie Jonee won the first
prise, a hand embroidered dolly.
Rev. H. K. P. Cornish of the Inter
denominational., church at Thirty-eighth
and Q streets. South Omaha, filled the
pulpit at the Presbyterian church last
Sunday morning . during the absence of
Dr. Phelps.
Tr. Stephen Phelps-, pastor of tha Pres.
byterlan church, went to Denver last
Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Phelps in
answer to a telegram-aummontng them
to the- bedstd Of' Mrs. Phelps' brother,
Horatio M. Miller, 0, of Denver, who is
seriously ill.
Mehawkau
John Stoll has gone to North Dakota
for thai summer.
Henry Hubner of Cedar Creek was in
town Wednesday.
Al Hughey of Nebraska" City waa In
town Wednesday.
D. C. West and wife of .Wyoming were
In town Wednesday.
J. I.. Long returned W'ednesday from a
business trip to Clarke. -.'..
Charles Kellberg of Minneapolis Is vis
iting relatives this -week.
State Superintendent of PrhoolaThomai
waa in town Wednesday night to attend
a meeting of the representative pf four
rural schools who are talking of con-
IrTlnertoii.
Mr. and Mrs Hackman were Omaha
visitors Thursday.
Jim Scanlan left Saturday ror mw
York to )oln the navy.
- Mrs. John Ttnrrdrlrkson visited relatives
In Fremont Tueexlsy.
vi -, Mr s C. Brewster were
OmaM visitors Thursday,
vti-a Tlo VTacne visited from Saturday
till Tuesday In Wlnelow. Neb.,
Mr. and Mrs Wvens and ramiiy wore
Benson visitor Tuesday evening.
The Willing Workers met at tha Georg
Fremsn home for dinner Wednesday,
WaWer Sundall left Monday for Raw-
Una, Wyo., to work on his uncles rancn.
Mr. snd Mrs. Spring and Mr. ann Mrs.
Peals motored to Blair Sunday to visit
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Laraxm of Omaha
ware entertained at the August Pamp
home Sunday.
Harold Lee of Phelton visited a 1
days last week at the home of hla alter,
Mrs. Hackman.
Mr. and Mra Walter Madson ana Jim
Madaon of Klmballton. la-, vlsttea at tne
Deln home Sunday.
Mr. and Mra. Fred Paulsen and family
of Bennington visited Friday evening at
the Nele Roamuasen home.
Mrs Clarence Brewster and children or
Benson were entertained at the S. R.
Brewster home Saturday.
.Ittagrn, . .
Mrs. Chris Rhoodes Is quite III.
unaries n w vhm.,
Monday.
Chester Frya and family wera callers
here Thursday. ' , .
H .A. Nolte Is home from hla rancn
ata Broadwater. Neb. . ... A.
Misses Hilda Meyer and Mellnda
Komer rs)d Mrs. Mabel Hofeldt were In
Omaha Thursday.
Dr and XIra. B. B. Baldwin came from
Omaha Kunday to visit the doi-tor's pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Baldwin.
Mrs. J. N.'Wyatt and daughter went
to Harrlsburg, Neb., to visit her parents
until their home is ready for occupancy
here.
Mrs Amv Carvert returned from Lin
coln Thursday, where she spent the
week with Mrs. J. D. Mickey and other
friends.
Charles Wltte went to Lincoln Monday
as deles-nte to the grand lodge of Knights
of Pvthlas. Mra. J. A. Gibbons also went
as delegate to the Pythian Sisters temple.
B. B. Baldwin and family will move
to their new home m Omaha the first
of the coming week. Oharlea Deoreon
has purchased the Baldwin borne and
will move as soon aa vacatao.
and Mrs !Rue on Tuesday and she
will spend some time here at the lRue
home.
Van Boyce and family of Adrl. la . are
guests at the home f Mr. Ho aunt
and uncle. Mr. and Mra Wl II. Van
Clev.
Tha
Tekam
inursoav even ?i ni R. hi . hn
..ni xiine milieu waa toastm ilr.
F. V. Paleil rniovMl fin r-: mi' fl-imUv
Visit from 111- limthi-r and U fa a h lu
at WtlilaniM'iiii,. I'.nn Tlirv eir en-
route to the Pacific onPt exivllnna.
Vk"l,, Tnvlor snd MIfs tura
ildor er united l-i marriage hv the
linn Jurige Rlv ado at the home i'f the
groom on TYrsilay nfLerinon at 5 o'clock.
The Ninth g-ailets of the high S(io
held Ihelr atm-.tal Cass party at the home
or .losle UihUo'is. The . voting eo le
were stornv-hunI and did not get home
until the next morning.
The lllrarv hoard which has In charge
low r in.n cr iim i arniyrle llhrsry pn-t
on Tus.liiy evening and axlortcd tlie lots
Just west of the Thirteenth street brldpe
ss the site for the tuillritna Th loc.
t Ion Is Just to the northwest of the
'!' imis M..w niiiinina: ami ta on the
aiiio man netween Omaha and Sioux
City as :t ptsafs through Tekamsh.
Avora.
ti. P. Maaetnan and wlte were Omaha
visitors Tuesday.
O. M. Cotton was un fm Anhun
several daya this week on business.
J. B. Fray and family were her front
Burr the first of the week visiting.
J. H. Schmidt and family left (1,1a
week for Tutan. where they will reside.
H. W. Ward and Tamily of near Uniis
ville were visiting relatives here Sunday.
Th J. Marouardt and ' K c v,ino..
and families were at Omaha Wlsdneoday.
Miaa Judith Straub rctnrnl th nr.
of the week from a trip to Atohlaon.
Kan. - -
Mr. and Mrs Fred Hartel loft Tues.lav
for Canlfornla. where ti.rv win
the summor.
Mrs. Williams of Winnebago la hero
for a visit with K.r
Lester Hoback.
J. P. Raamuaaon wa t.inn..i .....
eral days thla week, attending a meet
ing of the Ancient Order of I'nlted Work
men grand lodge.
County Suiierlntendent Mlsa Murqnardt
was here Wednesday evening
Miss Fnima Marciaedt aas down from
liilsvil Wcrlnrsilav evenina, for a
visit with her parents.
Kohear Dean returned Tuesday even-
ins from Mo ind i'l. Mo., where he was
ciiiied hy the death of a brotlier.
Mlsa Kda Null man was a delegate in
a meetins of the FecVrnted U i man's
club convention, held st Belhany this
week.
Gladys ilrahnm, l.uclia Opp, la Mnnnts
anil Nl-hnlas TrooK urn the pupils from
day with Mra. Kretder's parent at Dun
bar.
Mra George Tlmhlln has le't for her
new home at Hommlngford. Seh.
Word haa been received here of the
;eslh of Charlea 'i(llEer at Mi-Cook.
Neh The deteased far a former resident
here
Mr. and Mrs N. C. Halmes and Mr.
it l. Kce' ha' e one on a land seeking
tr.ur to tha Portales valley of New
Mexico.
I.evts Stanton has secured the position
as bookkeeper at the Klrst National hank
to succeed oniah Nntiman, who goes to
the tenk of Aoa.
Word has been received here of the
here w ho will gradual from the Weep- i gradilatlnn of lewis K. Hy. a former
ins n irr uign scnooi , i eepina
Jesse
Neh
nenalnaton.
Hohl Jeft Tuesday for Ortavla,
Tekamab.
th-i nimnrnn was called to Wlaoonsln
Thursday by news of the death of a re
lative. .
The members of the Teksroah Woman s
club were the guests of the members of
the Oakland club last Friday.
.ft:i-..i.. ir ff T.n'RiiA. and wife went
ko Lincoln last Saturday evening to spend
Sunday with Mr. LaRue s sister and hla
mother. The mother returned wun.ur.
Will 1-onerssn of Florcnre was a vis
itor at the Dletk home on Tuesday.
A bahv girl arrived at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Julius llottsch laat week.
W. II. Wright, an Impersonator, gave
an entertainment at the Woodmen hall
Friday evening.
Several members of the local ?anvp of
Royal Neighbors went to South Omaha
Thursday to attend, the county camp.
Henry Kuehl waa taken In an, Omaha
hospital Monday, suffering with a ae
ere attack of appendicitis. He under
went an operation Wednesday.
Invitations are out for the graduating
exercises of the high school to he held
nl Oft's hall Monday evening. May 34.
Senator O. M. Hltrhcock will deliver the
address. The members of the clues ure
Florence Grau. Irene Orau and Mary
Dlerks.
Weeping Water.
Mtsa .1 nsle fJomera waa home from
Bethany over Sunday.
H. .1 Philips has gone to El wood, Neh.,
for a visit with hi sons.
Memorial Day services will be celebrsted
here on Monday. May 31.
Will Carter la getting his household
4oods ready to ship to t'otad.
Mrs Cora Badgley wss hereTThm Mil
ford Tuesday visiting relatives.
Mr. and Mra. Ray Krelder Melted Bun-
g v ater hov. from the lsannar
City Dental college.
Mr, l.averto Strain of Warren. O.. is
visiting at the home of her brother, WlU
Morse, snd with other relatives 8he Is
on her way home from the California ex
positions
Mrs M J. Wlokeraham waa In Lin
coln Monday attending a meeting of the
state otficers of the Daughtera of the
American Revolution. Mra. Wlokeraham
Is atate recording secretary. ,
Jaiiiew Joyte and wife are visiting at
the home of Mr. Joyce's parents here.
?'hey ai-o on their way to California
mm the Pinama canal sone, where ,Mr.
Joyce has been In the government employ.
r
Paplllloa.
Mrs J. II. McCarthy of Omaha visited
last Friday with her son. V. H. McCar
thy, and former Papltlton friends.
Mrs. If D. rattarson entertained the
Kaatorn Star Kensington st her home
In South I'apilllon Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs Frank Titus and daugh
ter. June, of Nemaha, and Mra. Mel An
drews of Kanaaa fttv visited with' Mr.
snd Mrs. Will Patterson the first of tho
week
Mrs. G Shafor entertained the Wo
man's club at a regular session Wednes
day afternoon. The following officers
wero elected for Ihe coming yesr: Mrs.
K. 8. NirkerMin. prealdont; Mrs. H. A.
olllna, vice prnaldent; Mrs Georgo
Hoyer, re'orling aecretary, Mlsa Kilnn
Wilson, corresponding awrolary. and
Mlsa Ida Frnke treasurer. Tlie next
meeting, the laat one nf tlv yesr. will
be held at the h-mte of Mrs. C. D. Brown.
3
n All WK A T H E R.
haa an unfortunate
habit of Intruding at
a crucial tlma. Tou
never can tell under
what conditions a fam
ily hurlal plot must
some day he selected
or how much you may
some day regret the
passing of an oppor
tunity that Is yours
todav.
You ran choosa your
weather bv selecting a
lot In West Lawn be
fore there Is oecaalon
for Ita use. Why not
now? la there any
other season of the
year to compare with
thla? Ft a glimpse of
Nature at her best,
pav a visit to
West Lawn
Cemetery
rVrt leases aierr Cat rT
VACATION
OPPORTUNITIES
Via Rock Island Lines
. (From Omaha Effective June 1st.)
Alexandria Bay. k Y.and return MOAO to 41.0
Abury Park; N. J.,' n& return.: $48.83 to 51.85
AtlantVtJtty, N.;; J ',' nd, return. 31.35
Bangor. Me., and return to t5.2a
Bar Harbor.'Me.. and return... 34.70 to 61.20
Boston, Man, and returns.'.; $47.8 to fol.aa
Buffalo, N.' Y., and returri $8.55 to $40.10
Burlington, Vt, and return.'..'. $45.40-
ChauUuqua Iake) point. N. Y., and return $37.20
Cleveland. O.. and return...:.. $S3.70 to $.70
Cbarlottetown, P. E. I., and return 58.10 to $78.40
Concord, N.H and return., $47.00 to $M.1B
Detroit, Mich., and return $81.0
Fabyan, N. H., and return..., $48.75 to $59.50
JIalUa. N. a. and return $50.80 to $78.85
Lake Placid. N. Y., and return $45.20 to $46.70
Moncton. N. B., and return $51.80 to $60.70
Montreal. Que., and return...... $41.30 to $51.5
New York, N. Y and return..... $48.85 to $53.85
Old Orchard, Me., and return $40.00 to $55.40
Portland, Me., and return.: $49.00 to $54.70
Portsmouth, X. H., and return $48.40 to $52.40
Plotou, N. 8.. and return $57.15 to $72.00
St. John. N. B.. and return $51.80 to $62.2(
St. Johns, N. F.. and return $78.15 to $05.60
Saratoga Springs. N. Y and return $44.05 to $45.40
Toronto, Ont.. and return $86.20 to $40.55
Yarmouth. Me., and return $49.00 to $55.40
CIRCUIT TOURS
New York nd return $54.60 to $58.20
One direction via Buffalo or Niagara Falls, other direction
via Washington, D. C.
Boston, Mass, and return $58.90 to $60.20
One direction via Montreal, other direction via Niagara
Falls and Albany.
Boston, Masa., and return $50.50 to $A5.2.i
One direction via Niagara Falls and Albany, other direc
tion via New York and Washington, D. C.
The above is only partial liat of Eastern point to which
excursion fare are available, anil many other aUrsvtiva Circuit
Tours are offered. ...
Ticket carry final return limit of sixty days from date of
sale, and very, liberal. stop-overs In both direction!.
Chicago Limited at 6:08 P. M. Daily
For further information inquire of
J. S. McNALLY
Division Paaantfpr Agent.
14th and Kainam KM. YV. O. W. Bldg.
JOHN A. SWAKSON, President
WM. L. HOLZMAN, Treasurer,
.1 liie
TT3 n
Yom Ve Waited For
An Amazing Special Purchase Sale that stands
without a parallel in this city or state
Wonderful Assortments. Hundreds of
Men's and Young Men's
$25, $30, $35 New Spring Suits
aaassasa-asssjBsaasaasse - . MsMsvanM bmmbMsbbI aaaMMsMsW MaSBB&nMaasnawnanansswn MaasMaaw V
.. ' On Sale , Saturday at $17
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Our
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Thfe wholesale surplus of America's leading cl
ing makers Hickey-Freeman Co., Adler-Rochester and Rosenberg
Bros. Co., Rochester, N. Y. Bought by u-at great price ooncoRaions is the mighty at
traction this Rale off era. No store in Nebraska has ever made a purchase to' compare
with it Never before such beautiful Hand Tailored Suits at such prices. .
Young Men's Suits Business Men's Suits
No limit to your ranee for selection. The greateat collection of smart atyle ever
shown in a purchnae sale. Patch pocket, welt .pocket, one, twov three-button suit. Broad
lapci, needle point lapel, long lapel, narrow lapel suits. Gleu I'rquhart plaids, black and
whlta, brown, olive, blue stripe, checks, overplalda and fancy mUtm suit. Ueaulifoi
pattern and niodeat, conservative weave in all the newest color. AU slaea, 31 to 0
92S, 9.10, f83, new sprinv suiu, Haturday at 917.
Men's and Young Men's $15.00 Spring Suits
The greatest value achievement we have ever
produced at such a price. Every suit in this lot
hand tailored and finished by experts. Newest
colors; models that reflect the style of high priced
clothes. All sizes from 31 to 46. Regular and
stouts. A great purchase of regular $15.00 spring
suits on sale Saturday at
This Greater
Store Has no
Competition
We expect you to prove
the above assertion as thou
sands of people are protiuc
It. This wonderful special
purchase sale of clothing
offers more evidence of our
leademhtp. of Our eager
ness to serve you better, of
tb real advantages tlist ac
crue in trading at this
greater store.
$3.50 to $6.00 Trousers at $950 -,1 $50
By all odds the moat startling special purchase mm Cllli a Jl !
sal of odd trousers we have evpr announced. No
matter wbat kind of an extra pair of trousers you want this sale offers it to you at a won
derful saving. Outing trousers, business trousers, fancy worsted, casslmeres, flannels,
serges, white serges and flannels. All size. Regular and stouts, 28 to 62 waist. Up to
$6.00 values, Saturday at $2.50 and 93.50.
Men's $1.50 Shirts-Saturday at $1105
f0 dozen hijrh grade negligee shirts.. Some with collars attached.
Soft cuffs. Beautiful new patterns; perfect fitting. All fresh new
shirts. Worth $1.50, Saturday at
Men's 75c Union Suit Men's 75c Union Suits
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1 Shirta
for 9&00
Athletic style, In good
quality nainsook. Com
pare with $1.00 values
elsewhere. Saturday at 49c,
45c
Men's $1 Union Suits
?i69c
Porosknlt Union Suits,
short sleeves, knee
ankle length. Regular
value, Saturday, 09c.
Fine ribbed union suits. mm
ahort sleeves, nkt
length. Regular 75c qual- w
Itv, Saturday, 45c.
Men's $1 Negligee Shirts
Smart patterns In percale,
irehed
17H.
negligee shirts, starched Mf
...r. ml, 11 tn 174. eW
Saturday at 70c.
Men's Cool Underwear Greatest Showing
Your summer's comfort depends upon coming bere for your underwear
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at the price that suits you.
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I)., Athletic, in scores of weave and all designed to keep you
comfortable. All size to fit you exactly.
Union Suits 50c to $5.00.
Any Man's $2.00
Soft or Stiff Hat .
. in the House
Saturday for
$1.65
Shirts or drawers 25c to $1.00.
Men's Soft
Collars
Rsffular 2 for !So
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5c
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OOHUFXT APPAUHL FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
Celebrated Arrow brand men's soft collsrs the season's
craze. Ke- spring goods. Sale starts Saturday morn
ing, when the doors open. While they last, at, each. So,
Any Man's $3.00
Soft or Stiff Hat
in the House "
Saturday for
$2.45
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