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THE HKK: OMAJIA, SATVKDAV, NovnarKKR 16, WV2.
Omaha's Only Modern Clothing Store
Sec Our VKintotys -W tAe Garments in Them Are Size 38 Other Sizes in Store.
Omaha's Only Modern Clothing Storo
F.S.KINO. TlltllWltmAUTmUTIlK A.S.PECK
We treat our men well and tkey
are not afraid tt treat yau well
This store Invites lookers any tlmo, salo or no
sale. Wo never drlvo our salesmen to drive a bar
gain with you. They are happy, contented, glad to
be with ub and to servo a high class trade like ours.
No customer Is neglected because diffident about buy
ing nono aro hurrlod. During this sale you are at
perfect liberty to look as long as you like to leave
without buying If you wish, and the salesman who
attends you will not suffer when you aro gone. Wo
do not consider that you aro under ob lgations t,o us
because wo glvo you the opportunity to save money
tho obligation Is on our part, always. Our salesmen
aro Inipressod with this Idea and they act accordingly
at any time, all tho tlmo. It's a pleasure to trade"
with out twelve unafraid, courteous' salesmen.
Some "don'ts" for con
fused "ad" readers
Don't forget that, ns always, tho original prk-cs,
untnmporod with, appear on tho collar tlckots tho
presont price on a string ticket fastened to a button.
Don't comparo our quality clothes with "shoddy"
sweatshop clothing offered under various pretexts.
Don't forgot that truth Is a stranger to some cloth
ing storo "ads." Don't forget that whon you patron
ize this store you aro patronizing one that respects
Its obligations and oxorta an olevntlng tnfluonco In
clothing store othlcs, not ono that oxorta a demoraliz
ing Influence Don't forgot that tho spirit of tho
store Is echoed In Its "ads." Don't fall to soo Uo
windows, and don't forgot that tho Bamo garments
are In tho store. Don't forgot that wo mako no
charge for alterations and deliveries. Don't forgot
that wo expect to bco you.
The Sole That Set the City To Talking-
SMALL LOT SALE
Tailored Quality Soils and
fop particular men and young
Owing to the fact that our Fall line has been the largest and best selected stock of
Suits and Overcoats ever shown in this store giving visible evidence of a well developed
buying sense and a keen style appreciation, and as a consequence our business has been far
in excess of any previous Fall's business we find ourselves with an unusual number of
small lots of our famous Quality Garments.
If we were guided solely by precedent we would accumulate these small lots until after New Year's, and then
advertise a sale but this store follows no precedent. It establishes it. Therefore it has placed these small lots on
sale now. They have been separated into five big divisions with ridiculously low prices marked on each. See
right hand side of this page for full explanation of price revisions.
.Among the suits included in these snmllots is every size required by regular and extraordinary size men. Every stylo that is in vogue
Every fabric that is worthy of consideration including True Blue Serges Every color that is permissible. Among tho overcoats is every
popular stylo of plain and fancy coat long coats with convertible collars, stylish Kaglans, Plain color coats with velvet collars Plaid back
fabrics sometimes designated as warmth-with out-weight-coats and great coats for most severe weather every one a King-Swanson quality
Regular $40, $35, $30
Suits and Overcoats for
Regular $25 Suits and
This store holds few sales, but those it does
hold are hummers. False statements about
them are not made and deception is not back
of them. We don't quote fictitious values
or tell you that we have two dollars' worth
of goods for every dollar of invoice. No
garment is ever offered "on sale" "that is
not a King-Swanson quality garment and,
worthy of a place in our store at. any time.
"We buy no job lots and we handle no "sec
onds" this in decided contrast to. many
stores. AVe are never ashamed to meet a
"sale" customer face to face any time after
he has purchased a sale garment. Our
"sale garments" are our regular quality
garments, whoso regular prices have con
quered competition always. It will pay you,
or any one, else, to think twice before heed
ing all the sale talk now going on. '
"While there are included all tho small lots,
and the total number runs into the thou
sands, still we urge early buying. Our
trade in tho mornings is considerably light
er than in the afternoons, especially on Sat
urdays and those who can. possibly do bo,
should come then as our superb store serv
ice is as desirable to encounter as these
bargains aro to buy and it is at- its very
best in the mornings. Unless wo can in
duce a considerable number to conic early
we fear it will be seriously impaired to the
chagrin of ourselves and tho inconvenience
of our customers. Then, too, we close Sat
urday at 9 P. M. .as our salesmen, being
loyal to this store, are entitled the shortest
hours possible, remember that.
Those garments aro all now, all porfect, all
seasonablo and tho King-Swanson guaran
tee of satisfaction goes with every one.
Our salesmen will not deceive you in any
particular they aro not schooled in that
way. What they tell you about these gar
ments you canf depend upon. Even if you
misunderstand anything thoy tell you and
feel afterwards that you are not ontiroly
satisfied, return tho purchase for exchange
or for refunding of your money as pleases
you. We don't want you to keep a King
Swanson garment that doesn't plcaso you
even if you did buy it at a fraction of its
worth. However, wo request and would
consider it a, great favor if you would de
fer such matters to some other day than
Regular $20 & $18 Suits
and Overceats for
Regular $15 and $12.50 j
OMAHA'S ONLY MODERN CLOTHING STORE
9:00 P. M.
F. S . KING , THE HOME EQUALITY CLOTHES A.S.PECK
Regular $10 Suits and
SOCIETY MUST DEED SITE
State Board Awaits Title Before
Advising New Building.
PLAN TO HOUSE STATE LIBRABY
Appeal In Hnbcna Corpus Case In
volving Freedom of C. W. Wll
lnril Made on Ilehalf of
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Nov. 15. (Special.) Until
tho State Historical society shall transfer
the title of Its site nt Slxteenh and II
srees here o he sae of Nebraska, he
Stato Board of Public Lands and Bulld-i
lugs will not recommend that the legis-j
lature appropriate money for the con-
use'. Jolnty by the societv, the state su
preme court and library.
This wan made plain here yesterday by
the board. Notice was given that pres
Hure would be brought to bear on the so
ciety at once to transfer the title before
the legislature meets. This was one of
the strong reasons ued against the ap
propriation two yearn ago. The base
ment of one wing of the building has
been laid, but work Is abandoned pending
another appropriation sufficient to per
Formal notice of appeal was filed In
the district court here Friday In the mat
ter of the petition for habeas "corpus for
W Willard, extradition to Michigan
fur a horn papers have been issued bj
Governor Aldrich, but aro being held In
abeyance until the final disposition of the
habeas corpus case. The appeal Is filed
by the sheriff of Hall county, who wants
to keep Willard In this state to answer
a. charge of obtaining money under false
Moving liny nt State House,
Notice will bo served soon to the vari
ous appointive departments having of
fices on the second and third floors of
the capltol that they must movo to
make room for the legislature. The de
partments will be moved Into temporary
offices In downstairs apartments.
,Wnnti Two Architects.
C O. Wallace of Hastings, president
of & foundry company, has, written to
Secretary of State Walt urging that tho
state be divided Into two districts, east
ern and western, and that a state ar
chitect bo employed for each. This
would add one state architect to the pres
ent pay roll. The western architect, is
suggested, would have control and su
pervision of repairs and Improvements J
to ail state institution Duuaings irom
Grand Island and Hastings west. He
says th'af architects living In Lincoln
or Omaha naturally favor material deal
ers living In their sections and he be
lieves that the division would give west
ern contractors and manufacturers a bet
ter chance to secure contracts for publlo
buildings In that section.
Don't let stomach, liver nor kidney
trouble down you, when you can quickly
down them with Klectrlo Bitters. 60c. For
salu tiy Beaton Drufe Co. Advertisements j
Offered for Slayer
of John G. Meints
BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. 13.-(8pcclal.)
The board of supervisors, In session yes
terday, offered an additional rcwurd of
$200 for the arrest and conviction of the
slayer of John C. Meln'ts of Plckrell, this
county, who was slugged and robbed In
Lincoln somo weeks ago. Tho family of
the deceased has offered a reward of
$1,000, tho stato and county 1200 each,
making a total of $1,400.
Tho Gago County Farmers," Institute
will be held at the court house In this
city on Decomber 10 and 11. A number
of prominent lecturers will uproar on the
program during tho sessions,
Tho Knights and Laii;cn of Security
gave a farewell reception to Sir. und Mrs.
J. W. Blck, who aro soon tu leava the
city for their new home in Arkansas.
Thero were forty present, and after a
delightful evening had been spent In so
cial diversions a banquet was served. A
Knights and Ladles of Security club was
organized by tho election of these offi
cers: Mrs, Matilda Brown, president;
Mrs. Mary Marsh, vice president: Mrs.
H. A. Davis, secretary; Mrs. J. W. Mc
Wymoro will celebrate tho election of
Wilson and Marshall Saturday with a
barbecure. H. E. Fleharty of South
Omaha will be the principal speaker.
Persistent Advertising Is the Iloud to
Big Httuma. '
Attorneys for Forbes
Would Reopen Case
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Nov. lG.-(8pociuI.-An echo
of Nebraska's fatal prison mutiny last
tpilng wan heaid at the stato house yes
terduy when a notice was given Attorney
General Martin that tho supremo court
would be asked to reinstate thi case of
the stute tiRuliis Horry Forbes, John
Evans und Cliarles Taylor ("Shorty"
Gray), tha latter having been killed In
the print on break.
New attorneys having been secured in
tho caso, they will ask that the threo
Glltner bank rpbbers, sentenced to twen-ry-rlght
year' Imprisonment, bo given
mother trial. Although one of the trio In
dead tho notice was given In the original
namo of the case.
Following tho conviction bytthe lower
court, no briufs for appeal weroflled. and
In due course Assistant Attorney General
Frank E. Edgerton asked the supreme
court to affirm tho sentence of the lower
court. This was done.
With new counsel In the cose the au
pteme court will be .asked to reinstate It
and permit a request and hearing (or a
now trial. No grounds are given for tho
Gruy, or Taylor, was the leader of the
gang who dynamited the inner gates of
the prison last spring and precipitated the
mutiny Vhlch had a pet result of six
deaths before the fugitives were tun to
far th. i
GRAND ISLAND PEOPLE
WANT Y. tAC. A. BUILDING
GItAND ISLAND, Neb., Nov. 15.-(8pe-clal,)
A campaign has been opened for
the final effort to seouro $00,000 on un In
vestment rather than donation plan, for a
Young Men's Chrlstlon Association build
ing. On Monday night thero will be u
banquet at the Presbytcrlal church of
the committee of 100 business men, ap
pointed by the board of directors. Tues
day afternoon .there will be a boys' par
udc, headed by the band, and a night
shirt parade Is a later feature. Noonday
lunch headquarters will bo maintained by
the committee and It Is expected to com
plet the canvass In about ten days. Cash
ier L. M, Talmage of the hoard of di
rectors long since mado the first sub
scription of J2.W0 when the board deter
mined on his motion to "get the building"
and secretary of tho board, u. H. I'oine,
seconded the motion with a J!,W0 sub
scription, raising the first $5,000. A cen
tral site has already been tentatively ac
cepted and a four-story bulfdlng is
FOR BETTER ORGANIZATION
KEAHNEV, Neb., Nov. 13.-(Hpoelal.)-1'laiiH
for a butter organization of tin
women's missionary l.ork pf th Metho
dist church In the Kearne: dlotrlet were
laid, today In the butiCH rieetliig of tic
'two days' convention, vw In session here.
Mlv Etta Mcf'ard, t'ie conference sei "
. tury deplored tho lack of Interest In the
work since but nine auxlllnry societies
are organized in tho district, composed of
some twenty-six churches.
At present Anslcy, Ansolmo, Elm Creek,
Arnold, Broken Bow, Cozad, Gothenburg,
Kearney and Ord havo societies, but no
delegates aro In attendance fiom Anselmo,
Arnold and Ord.
nlatrlct Conrt in Cliir.
CLAY CENTEll, Neb., Nov. lC.-(Spo-clal.)
The district court Is in session horo
this week, Judge Hurd presiding. A civil
case brought by )amp Bros, of Inland,
against Horace Iltff, a farmer of El
dorado, for damages alleged to have been
sustained by negligent driving of an au
tomobile last August, In killing a valuable
stallion for the plaintiffs, was tried to a
Jury which, after being out thirty-six
hours, still failed to agree. Tho Sutton
saloon cases, three In number, brought
by Bert l'embrook of Harvard, wcro sot
tied today and dismissed. These cates
grow out of I'embrooU's driving uion the
railroad track near Haronylllo while in
toxicated, and thu team he was driving
being struck and killed, by a train. He
brought these coses against the Sutton
saloonkeepers, alleged by him to have
sold intoxicating liquors.
Insurance Mm Fiord.
COLUMBUS, O., Nov. H.-L. C. Miller
of Akron, O., and John C, Maeder of
Cleveland, Ipstiruuce company ugonts,
who were under Indictment for alleged
j bribery In connection vlth the pussugn
of u bill in tha last legislature, pleaded
I guilty this afternoon In criminal court.
' Miller wan fined $000 and Maeder filO.
Key tu the Situation Hit AdvctUlu?.
WASHINGTON, Nov. ll.-A brilliant,
series of social functions, centering about
a reception by President, Taft, marked
today's session of tho United Daughters
of the Confederacy. Tho president re.
eclved nearly 1,000 of the daughters In
tho ICust room of the White lloute. ne
wai abated by Mrs. Taft, and as tho
visitors filed by the president had a
hearty handshake and a word of greeting
A score of receptions and dinners foi
various groups of tho daughters wcro
given by Washington society women,
Mrs. Marlon Butler, president of the DI,n
trlct of Columbia division of .the daugh
ters, entertained the general officers of
tho organization at dinner.
Today's business sessions wore confined
largely t the receipt of the reports ot
officers and committees. The convention
accepted (wo general scholarships, one
from Chicago university and one from
Loretta convent of Kentucky.
HONORS BRYAN AND AVERY
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, Nov. H.-(Si;ecIal Tel
cgrnm.) Tho Nebraska Htato association
has Issued invltut'ona for an evening u
I the home of Mlsa McCoy, head if;
i Leojeau college, this city, Monday even
1 Ing, November 18, In honor of Chancellor
! Samuel Avery of tho XTnivorslty of N
braaku and W J Bryan.