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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1915)
Till I3KE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, JULY 10. 1915.
farmer.. It wa. nothing ehort of won- L OLZMAN RETURNS
FROM TRIP TO EXPOSITION
ha heard about the atupemloua building rta
ted by the Omahan who hear about
DELEGATES TO CONVENTION
SEE THE LIBERTY BELL
Fratem! Society of the Peef went o
charteivd tret care to th Iowa fcheol
for the Ieaf at Cottndl riluff. loiter
they returned to Omaha the same way
end went te the Nebraska School for the
Deaf, wliero they were guti ef the
achol feculty and women- committee el
a lawn fete. Thi evening they will en.
Joy a motion plrture entertelnment therev
ED SMITH LEARNS
left rat of the Catler-BUchrr Hatch
Telji How the Chieapoani Wert
Oiven a Cleaning.
mat l under way in our Diieinen iie-tri-t,"
continued Mr. Hodmen. "Bualneee
men nnderatand what t hla meane the
dumping of million of dollar Into eteel,
brick and concrete I not ilnne for effect
It mean a eoltd foundation under the
proeperlty of thle community-It epeak
volumes for ltlf nd I" more appre-
it when away from home. While, awar I
met hundred of bueinee men and In
variably the conversation would lead te
the fine allowing Omaha I making."
Mr. Holrman waa arromnanled on tke
trip by h wire and on, Mas.
Sommer rmplalat Cared.
Tr. King1 New life rill will rid the
vtem of fermenting food and poianna.
Keep stomach and liver heeJthy, - tic.
All draggiet. Advertleement.
"Omaha' pmeperlry la the het adver
tlaemrnt the rltv ever had." eald William
1. Ilolemnn of the Nebraika Clothing
company, who )ut returned from a trtp
to th Callfornle expoeitlnne. "Plveryhody
After eeeing th liberty bell Juet before
It wee tkn away from Omaha, the eer
erel hundred delagalee and vlaltor at
tending the convention of the National
ftetit hou?e quick with a Be Went Ad,
nxxrr or praise foe. joe;
Ed Smith, sporting editor of the!
Chicago American and refer ef the j
Sterher-Cutter match hare last Mon
day, teamed something about the
weys of tba Nebrseka farmer, erford
leg to his own version of th way-
ChlragoaBa Go to Clean Farmers, :
kiit rroo Rolls to Nebraska Rubes,")
M hla headlines stated the case,
After leading the page with thl clear
serosa eight columns, "Jo Steeper
looks like a man who might he able
to throw fire sixes with four dies,"
sad on the second sport page, this
one across eight columns, "The wast j
mar well be proud A cowboy for
one champion and a-plowboy forj
another," he says:
t leekJ tie one ef the beet thlnj
to com up h years enj Chtcajtoane went j
They evermed Into Opuh anS twaen
te bt the ftinvr opporter of Jo
Slfk.r. the plowboy champion, and on
of th ethlatie nallee ef the decad.
The CHirasoan lhoiiht they were
holl wlih dewah. bt theee farmer
fatrly mknl with It. It eoe1 from
vy aeam In tli hlrkerv holiday uit
of the braka irtn of th sell and in
r!McSni and om of lh etbr "mart
irn" of th ri'Oitlnr Seme qulikly had
nouirh f It
fkchr . In twmiv-elsht mlnuta
aI he and lila frlaud henk every Chi
on whe . titer', end aim"t every
Wf filar mho mado it a'lwrint to so to
Oenah ta He the betU
ft waa ee ef th big elnup In
taw wrewiln same In yar. and mots
- tha former put It ever en th
mart chap frorn the fy
Kave Odd Fvrely.
And, further, th .techer people save
th Cutler adherent the luartou brk
let edda ef 10M to T, and In many eee
V to eo, end did It winincly, Compr1
with th mlla ef ealn that were there tq
beck Sleeper the Ctitiv rolls didn't even
jitMify a rubber band e hold them Ui
(fther. Thr waa na comparlaon, and
a a result the Slerhrr people compete!
with each other for the rhanre at th
V. Indeed. It waa a teu. a Brand
eld cleanup, the Ilk ef whieh hasn't
kn n In yr. and the mrt ears
r eutaeneraied end deeped.
And en ef the eerrleat laaklns butch
of prt follower In year was I he breve
little gang that sot off the western
trema yeelercUy.' They were "clean."
but thy were amlltns. Th NebrrWa
barb were atlrkipa: dees In their fh.
but they were same aportamea and not
ene ef them whimpered. It waa a level
match, Cutler did his beet, west ef them
tbourbt, and if a man set a run for hJs
tela what nwr is to be asked fort
Adaait Tkr Were w.
'They'v set a wonder out there and.
we were us against It," one of them ,
"If you, er. anybody el can find
man who can bt fcti.br yu ran win
a half million dollar from th Klraka
That's about Hi situetlen. Nhrkn
win bet ti,er frm pn Steelier new, but
thv den t hav t eie anr merit
te get th dciisk (or verl;. They
era working en thousands and thoueand
ef dollars ef velvet." meney they al
ready have wen en mehr, And, sad to
relate, mt ef It was enee Chiuaae
Wily Rochell. rJutler'e inantser, and a
MM eetarle of friends are said te be
Ike hMvte.t toMr on the maleh, Ihomh
another syndicate pltd aimeet ae lit
a eHiak, tu. hu t mid t h4V lisl
wtthia a fw duiin of IM.ooe up an the
MNcr.in man when he went Into the
:Rochelle li net a prsetleal wrestling
njaa and work with Cutler eelely be
tuee of peraonal friendehlg and admlra
tton ef tke man, Je wa well slung be
mum he always pitd that ne man
living, much Km the omateurlah Iktch'r,
had a chance t beat Charley,
loe Coffef and a bunch ef friends syn
dicated. os, S Cutler, because he looked
like a real good thing. Stung aeme more.
And ye wreetlf-ra! Almost te a men
ty ,at, gad M everything they had.
Kd Lew l. pne ef Cutler tralnere, went
ae far a te aogk all ef hla Jwlry te
et oa . teller, . o did all the ether '
Wreatiere. Strengely. they bllva nm
tiptMatakl and eouldn't figure that pre.
cedent would b upt to th tnt ef
Seeing a mf youth i,t at yMra downing
aeaf4 Pfferper if furh SPOd rand
ies at Cutler. It waa amply cruahlnr
and unbellevKiilo I
Cutlar bet heavily hlmaelf with hla own
iAPBy. It la tktmaht be bet et leaat K.
whti'h la about what he got eut of hla
l.ar of the receipt,, 0 In addlllen to S
tt.feat, be suite only ebwit eva en the
deal. , . ' .
Hear liy foia from Omaha twk toeue
''k the farmers aad bet an Cutler. Thy
dtda't bet about it. They ilmply wanted
to "knnvk Stecher dowa' and took the
off ebanee thet Ibia would be the time
tke farmer would find the turn ta the
Omaha ecenee er peculiar. Farmers
pe dtdn t hav to onu' worth of clothe
en their bonr frame were betting M
at a truk with aa much abandon aa the
nJinry rPn wovld weger a tumbler of
The leathery far of the tiller ef Ike
ail, tanned to a fin morocco ahada, waa
preaent verv where aad ea aoon ae the
. tiy chap pcepod ho wee cvr-d. Vaually
h was awamped beoaua he would be
veered from three or four aidea.
It waa wonderful the eubllme faith
the farmer ahowed In the bodge man.
it waa amaaing to the city ekes, and
fatally gut ao etrong that one ae two
f the Ctilragoeaa had a htoneh I eWtU'h
their bete, They're aorry new thay Side t
Una of the ft bretkere, big farmers
about tlv mttea from Btaotier' honi,
wee a heavy winner. On of them hep.
pined to be ta Fremont. Neb., when,
rtochall was there In wke M lek
Ina fer bet. ... ,
'How much da you vut te place?'
ftrea aakod Rarhell.
I've got 3.)e wiU me. Rochell
tteea looked at kim wltk an emuaej
il and than eaJd. alraply:
"All Hht, 1 11 Uk that But I thoua-ht
)u canted to bt eomothlng. I re got
t-1 sr Hor la r eof.at I d like Is plate
Hut you Mm to be only a piker."
And tbat waa charecteneUc ef the vtkor
JOILV A. BWANSOX, Trosidrut.
AVM. L. IIOLZMAN, Treasurer.
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Mr. John A. Swanson, President
of the Nebraska Clothing Co. j
and originator of the Half jw MmBl
Price Clothing Sale, says: mm&&&
Modern store - keenine Bmmw.
the tick of the style-clock, mm
lrressive stores make half- Mxm$,;:..,
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hearted attempts by sales of
odds and ends tout this
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- ereater store's leadershiD Am-m.
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consists of absolutely all-
y new stocks every season
hence this sweeping
Half Price Sale."
Saturday this supreme clearance event will be
under full headway. Yesterday's crowds were
greater than ever before in our history. Saturday
we will smash another record. All Omaha knows
that this sale is the one clearance that offers overwhelming re-,
ductions on tha world's beat apparel. And people come
hundreds of miles to attend this sale, because bona fide sav
ings of one-half are unheard of elsewhere on fashionable cloth
ing that men who know what's what, want to wear.
The "I Will" Alan points the way to
Wonderful Savings Saturday
if m t
jr' All Wnrafed SnlU at Half Prlu
y k ( herlot ftlllta at HaJf PetM
a a. " - - v aivvt
In Our Entire Stock
Of the World's Best Rochester, N. Y.
nand-Iauored Garments, at
All ( naMmere SalU at HaJf Prlc.
AH Bine Srge SnlU at Half Price.
All Fancy Mlxtnrg Salts at Half Frio.
All Teens; Man's Soils at Half Prira.
AH rJveiaess Salts at Half Pries.
All OntiBf Solte at Half Price.
All Stoat ana Short Salts at Half Frit.
All Long and Kitra slse lutu Half f riea.
mL"liiHrte1in,'d, full lV tw. fDd thfft-PJw suits-ill sixes an4 all proportions-tbe largest,
most representative ahowing; of nna it elntne in k. w... . ...i ir. i n.-.A oi... j' ..,' WW
" ... ug ii vv v ci"r nan rnce oaiuraay, as iouowa
BpeeUl Ifptioe No Chgrjres, No C. 0, D.'s, No .
JapprovsJeT,' Wo Refunds 'during Half -Price Sale.
Owinor -to. the tremendous rush affnHnV fVllo aula
- - . vwtu suit) v n
. reipectfully request early shopping Saturday if convenient.
Slack Suits' and Palni" Beach Baits
Not Included in Half Price Bale.
. ; . Special Netiee-Dnring Ulf Price Sals' i a Small
Charge Will 13) Mads for Alterations."-".'''
We take pride in conscientious service regardless of how
little you pay your satisfaction is our first consideration.
The "I Will" Man Says, "Offer Startling
ii Men's teEtisMngs
Saturday wi!J bt s hummer for tha summer man who has not yet bought hot weather
farnisbing goods. Values like these have made the "I Will" Man'a Sales known far and wide.
$1.29 WegliaTee Shirts
- Soft or starched cuffs.
I1.B0 Neflieo Shirts-
ft el A"
Beautiful new patterns. J)! ,la
I3.C0 VifUgt Shirts
Clearanco sale price.
$5.00 Fin Silk Shirts-
Striking new patterns.,
$a.00 Finest Silk Shirts
Uigbsst grads makes.
75 o Man's Union Suiter-
Good quality mesh, at...
75o Men 'a Union Suits A -Nainsook
Athletic, at fsC
$1.00 Men's Athletlo Unions r r
Fine quality crossbar, at. . & VC
$1.00 Men's Union Suits s x
Fins quality ITalbrigg&n. . .0"C
$2.00 Men's Union Suits j 4
Karldean whits U!a. . apl .O
S2.50 to $3.50
tr a ordinary g
as lab rated
, Faultless Pa. ,
quality madras, Jacquard,
French cord, raereerited
and other highest clan
materials. Many hem
stitched and tucked edg
ings. Sell everywhere at
f2.ft0 and $1.50. Horat
worth more. July Clear
anes Trier. Sst'ds, $1.43.
SCc Men's Neckwear
lirautlful rrcpe de chine. IP
roul.nl and other llk
.ilk rpwr-in-hand dee st. ,,UxJ
SCc Men's Wsth Tlci
inch srad waehable ae
trip, t rr II or a...wuw
25c Men's Pad Garten
OI.br.tr4 Key.on l'td m
Uarior. 1 u for llo. IflC
er, per pair , sw v
25c Men's Wish Tlci
B.vrl hundreS araaS ia
ii.w It. waaa fur-ln II If
hnd. at I
II doi.n cood qualttr
mu.Un nleht rub.. Ri.
14 IP II. ira . 6i.. el.'
35c Leather Belts
Vede of harne l.sther.
(pm-I1 for 8iu
ton of pat
atripes. Military and flat
collars attached. All aizes,
14 to 18. Undoubtedly ts
greatest bargain we hare
offered in ahirta this sea
ion, Never sell for leas
than $100. July Clear
ance Price, Saturday, too-
The "I Will" Man Makes a. Clean Sweep of
All Women's Salts, CoaSs, Presses,
Such beautiful wesring apparel at suoh a tremendous sacrifice of prices makes this sale
stand out boldly as the great sal of the hour, Read every reduction, then come and get
a clearanco aaJe surprise that you'll long remember.
All Wool Silt
13 80 noer - A I mm.
134 50, now
All ralm Beevea
to 114.16. now.
CoatsZwers ''iMS $190 lO$740
to H4.SS, row
Were $12.50 to $34.50, now.
$610 1. $1725
Were $9.85 to 24.50, now.,
1490 ,. $1225
All Wash Dresses C-I9A . t4 MIC
Were $2.45 to $29.50, now. 'l1!!?
Amazing Clean-up Prices Read On
$3.50 Wash Dresses
One lot of Street and Porch
Presses. Strip and Polka Dot
Voiles. Sites 34 to 46. 93.90 values,
75c Bungalow Aprons"
Gtr sfcam or Percale, llgbt er
dark patterns. All sites. 75e
Taluea Saturday at. each We.
$1.50 Women's Waists
Beautiful Voile, Lingerie, Jap
Silk and Awnlnc Strip
Waists. Reulr SI SO values, Satur
day, at See.
$2.00 Wash Skirts
Whit Gabardine and pique
Wssh Skirts. Pockets and
pearl button trimmed. $100
Saturday, at Oftc,
$6.05 Dress Skirts fQQC
About one hundred Wool A
and Silk Poplin Skirt.
Values to 14. 98. Baturday at ItJS.
Our entire stock ef War
ner'a and Nemo Corsete
Choice of th.) house Satur PRICE
day, at Just Half Pries.
Weaiea's WeeHj Aaearvi 94, nr.
7 to 8 O'clock.
High grade bojae
dresses, made 0 f
e becked percale.
Light and dark col
ors. Pull cut. All
sites from II to 48.
A mla-hty bis value
at 11.00, On eel
Saturday Blbt, or
while they last at,
Umlt. I te a euetemer
IFF 0n Any Mans Slraw Hat
AST JUl Mae's Asr 2.t0 Mm'i f S3 I Aay $2 M Mat's $C7
Straw Hat, new J,13 1 Straw Hat. now X Straw Hat tew a
Asy U eO Mae'itnOJ I Asy U Msa'a $4)17
Straw Hat, ow y straw Hat, sow
All Panama, Bangkok end Leghorn lists
at orhstvy HKocrurt rnir?:s,
tmr see eea s s 1 a aee naevti eisf
s 4 .,., , ,, .B4.a 1 af Haa 4i4
Amr -,,,, , , , ,( 1 j mm.om .'aw,, ,
Aar as ea lakra Kt a as..
Oe-Thlrl Off all Chld'a Strew Ht.
Mala riMi Kaat A Ufa,
raen'i e I r a w 11 f"
hat. troka JX M
lln.e us to l.all .
aauraay t JJK
All Women's Low Shoes
la Two Great Lots flt
02,45 and 02.95
trap. Colonial or military laee oifords, pat
ent, dull, black and whit oomblnatko pumpe
or prona kid. Out they to now whet, you need
then most, at l&U aai SiAS.
tt.ae Bilk Hate. S9e Bilk Hala.
a ad ua' 1
JOHN A SWAMwOe.
vei L HOtXHAM.
All Our Men's
Up to 5.00
la Two Lots, at
U and Ot
Choice of taa or black,
buttoa er lac, rubber,
elk or leather aolea.
All Day. at....
Tie Wtn.n'i I'eloa Suit. JO.
Xumfy Cut etyie. t.T". . .efC
Howea'e Kumfermeth Vnltn
Her aiiai oi, aeei'.siM
MeCellaa ilk Ma. S1-SIA
Wela riaev Wartk S !,
:OUlLECT Al'PAKEL FOB MEN AMD WOJ1LN
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