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Don't Wait Another Day. Come Early Saturday Morning. Share in
Suits and Overcoats
YOU'VE NEVER KNOWN SUCH GREAT BARGAINS BEFORE
"DARGAINS bargains nothing but bargainsa sale that has caused a sen-
J- sation over the length and breadth of this entire territory. This sale is the
reason why so many bargamette sales have sprung up over night. 1 his sale is the one bona
fide sale of the kqur. Keep this mighty fact in mind and come to the Nobraskn Clothing Co. for bargains, tho
like of which you Have never known before and may never find again.
CTOCKS are full and complete for Saturday's selling, despite the im
v3 mense business of the past week. Such a tremendous stock, over
$300,000.00 worth, when the sale started and such an, enormous, quantity of merchandise caniiot be moved in the
Hhort sj'ace of a few days.
Please understand distinctly that the season's choicest garments, the newest 1912 styles merchandise of
the highest quality is what you'll find in this most extraordinary sale.
READ THE SCHEDULE OF REDUCTIONS, THE NEBRASKA CLOTHING COMPANY'S
Entire Stock of Suits and Overcoats
IN FOUR MAMMOTH GROUPS TO FACILITATE SELECTION
All Men's til
titf Yeting A
Suits and Overcoats
All Men's A
ti Yomg A
Suits and Overcoat3
Suits and Overcoats
go at a.
$4 mjt 50
Mei's furnishingsgreat reductionsstock up for a year ?L extraordinary sale prices
The Nebraska's Furnishings Have Always Stood Foremost With Particular Men
Great Shirt Sale Saturday
$2.00 and $2.50 i Mr I $1.50 and $1.75 1 1ft 1 $1C0 and $155
Shirts, side price 1 1" Shirts, sale, priced"
Shirts, sale price
Great Underwear Sale Saturday
$2.00 Union Suits, ftj Mr $1.25 and $1.50 Un
sale prjee dli'ttf j ion Suits, sale price
$1.00 Union Suits,
sale price ......
sale price . . ,
50c- Silk Hose,
sale price . .
25c Silk Lisle IIoSo,
7c and 10c Handker
chiefs, salo 4
price- at WW
Men's Sweaters Big Reductions
$100 BufCncwk and Uyron nr $2.00 Itulfneck Sweat
Collar Swcnlcrs at uu0 i ers, sale price ......
$4.50 Swoators, all
styles, sale price ,
Beys' Clothing at Tremendous Redactions
Tho Nebraska is famous all over the west for
handling tlio moat reltable boya clothes niado. Now
eco tho wuy these celebrated clothes aro being aoM.
Supply your boy'a needs for a year or two in this groat
vale. All go ns follows:
All Boys' $1.95 Suits.
and Overcoats go
All Boys' $2.95 Suits
and Overcoats go at
All Boys' $4.95 Suits
and Overcoats go
All Boys' $6.95 'Suits
and Overcoats go at
Most Careful Store Service
Eogardlcss of the fact that prices were
nover before, so low in. the jniddlo of the sea
son, our store service is of tho best. AVo have
the greatest organization of painstaking sales
people ever brought togethor by any store in
tho west. Everything for your satisfaction
that's tho motto of this great storp.
All Boys' $3.95 Suits
and Overcoats go it
AU Boys' $9,45 Suits
and Overcoats go at
Women's and Misses' Wearing Apparel Sell
ing at Most Wonderful Sale Prices
All our beptiful garments will bo sold at astonishing salo prices, The Nebraska's
department for women has always featured the most cosmopolitan styles and tho
greatest values obtainable. Change of ownership forced the following sensational re
ductions for Saturday. Don't miss an item. Be here early.
All Tailored Suits in 3 Immense Lots
aii xa.uu ana w.uu tailor
ed suits will bo sold Satur
day at only
4 11 AAK ara -l - fs.
x fciso.uv, $ag,w ana $30,uu
tailored suits will be sold
Saturday at oulv
All $40.00, $50,00 and $65.00
tailored suits will be sold
Saturday at only
Dresses Oreatest Bargains on Record All New Styles
5 and $30 Serge and Silk
)resscs, Sat- 1A TC
urday at only .... pIVVU j urday at l.f 3
$12.00 and $15.00 Dresses will $17.50, $20.00, $25.00 Dresse
be sold Satur- fcg AA will be sold Sat- tfe-f A AA
day at only t-UU urday at only . . . .IIMJU
Coats for Women and Misses Astonishing Reductions
$15.00 fancy mixtures and all
wool black Broadcloth Coats,
$25.00, $27.50, $30.00 Coats,
Chinchillas, Boucles, Broad
cloths, Diagon- jg?
als, Saturday at. . I
$10.00 and $12.00 Junior Cools,
also any child's coat in the
day at pSat
$5.00 and $6.00 SKIRTS at $1.00 Just 300 Wool Serge and
Panama Skirts, $5 and $6 values, go Sat- $"1 fttf
urday. Limit, one to a customor, at 1 W
$1.00 and $1,50 WAISTS at 25c Just 25 down Lingerie
W aists, $i,uu ana $i.ou values, winio titey
last, limit, two to a customer, at each
John A. Swanson, Pres.
Wra, L. Holzman, Treas.
Muslin Underwear Safe
15a values, y
Saturday at IC
"Women's 75c and $1
Night Gowns, j
Saturday at. . ..Tw
Women's Drawers, 39c
and 50o values, -f Qw
Saturday at I5JG
$1.25 and $1.50 Muslin
Qowna. Corabina- .
Hon Suits and Uft
Skirts, Saturday. . . V
DECISIVE FOOTBALL BATTLES
Important Chamtimship -Struggles
to Be Settled In Middle West.
COKKHUSKEBS 10 FIGHT KANSAS
Enormous Inter! in CSrent Anuual
Mattle at Lincoln ,Md Ats't .
teat at Hliiiirntiolla.
I'OOT UAI.I. CiAMHH TODAY.
NbrMka acalmt Katwan. at Uncoln.
kUnncsota ngulrust Wtaconiin, at Min
neapolis. CUicaso awilnat Illinois, at CharopalKii.
Iowa aealnvt Amen, at Jw
l)rak ocaltikt Urlnnell. ut Ue Molnoa.
illcMcan against Cormn. at Ann Arbor.
Mlaaourt aguintt Wachtnxton, at Co
lurabla. Bt. louls against Marquette, at Bt
Xioulf. Crelshton aualnst Tarklo, at Omaha.
Yale against Princeton, at Princeton.
- llarr&rd asaliut Dartmouth, at Ctun
bridge. Army asralntt Tufts, at Wit I'olnt.
I'enn aeolnat Carlisle, at 1'hlladslphla.
UucUnell neatnrt Swarthmore, at
reu aralnet Col pate, at Syracuse.
l.afuyctu utjalnjt Drown, at Pro1dnc-
II V CI,YUU M. V.I.LIOTT,
FOot ball battles today hold more
Interest than those of any Saturday sine
the opening of tho stasoiv In the Mis
onurt valley conference and tho "Dia
mine" th metln of Nbrak.a and Kan
ras end of Mlnnctot. and Wisconsin will
practically settle '.ho championship of
Ihexo two foot ball division. In the fast
tho meotliiK of Yula and Princeton wltt
dctlde w lie Hit r thu UIuo s to o aslnst
llanard a Wi'nk henco with a clean slat.
Jf. tlui Ulun shoujil loss It would eliminate
Its chances of KittlnK the championship.
The mettlitc between Nebraska and
i Knnsus w bo the nineteenth In the his-
tory of these great rivals, and the battle
la sure to be hard-foucht throughout,
with chances favoring a Nebraska vic
tory, since the Cornhuskera have showed,
up to splendid advantage In all mmaa
this full, while the Jayhawkcrs have been
Uoked 011 three occasions. A victory for
the Cornhuskera w (.ive them a clean
nlate for the season in the conference
The Jayllawkers are to meet the Corn
huskera, however, with nn eleven that
has been atrensthened In several ways
over the team that played In the other
games of the fall. Three or four player
who have not been In the game alnce
early In the autumn are In tho present
lineup. Martin, who was injured In the
Kansas-Aggie game, ia back. Hatcher,
IM-pound guard who has not teen a ram
slnco tho Orako battle. Is again ready for
battle. Iiramwell, one of last year'
Ui'ktta, s also fit (or the fray again.
Cnuchea Work wltk Kriibms.
Flvn or six coaches have ben engaged
In turning the Kan" players Into shape.
The foot ball mvn have .been drilled In
deceptive forward pass plays, In the
famous Minnesota shifts ' and In ever)
tsort of play that' Is expected to gain
j ground against the CorrUvuskers.
Nebraska Is the favorite because of its
'showing In other games. It presents what
Is probably the best backfleld li the west,
jits lino has been very weak nil fall and
lis likely to have a hard time in steeling
I Its defense for the shift plays. Nebraska
will enter the game feeling that its team
should win, and it probably will, but the
fight will be a fierce one.
Minnesota and Wisconsin are attracting
great attention by their meeting. Wis
consin has boen doing fine this fall and
appears to have a wonderful eleven. Min
nesota did not "get to going well until
tho season was fairly started, but 1U
recent work has shown Williams to have
turned out a strong team. The dophers
are, for the most part, sreen players,
while the Itadger eleven Is composed of
veterans, Minnesota rooters are trusting
to the wonderfut coaching work of 'Wil
liams to win. and If .the Gophers do uet
a victory l will be because of this teach
er's great coaching strength,
Chicago and Illinois will play an even
contest, with Illinois pushing the Maroons
to u hard finish. Chicago will have no
easy task In winning, and must play bet
ter ball than it did against Northwestern,
or else it will lose. Iowa and Ames clash
at Ames, with Iowa the favorite. This
contest will prove a hard game for each
Missouri plays Washington, aud with
several men crippled, will have to play
great ball to win. The Tigers are saving
some of their men for the Kansas game
next week and will try to preserve their
energies. They should win. Drake will
not use all Ha regulars against Orinnell
and will be satisfied simply to win. It la
holding In for the Ames game next week.
Michigan meets Cornell In a game that
the Wolverines should win. St. Louis ex.
pects an easy time with Marquette, and
Crclghton should lick Tarko.
In the east, Yale will meet the Tiger
In Jungletown, and the game promises
to be a closely fought battle, with the
Princeton backs causing the lllue all
kinds of trouble. Yaje will be lucky to
win by a small score. Princeton Is very
strong and may lick the Uulldogs,
Harvard goes against Dartmouth and
will have no easy time, though It now Is
rated as the best foot Vail machine in
the country. The Green players are a
hard fighting tern and will cause the
Crimson no end of trouble.
Penn tackles Carlisle and may spring,
another Mlchlgun surpass, though, tho.
Indian are o fart that they may run
up a large score. The Army should win
from Tufts. Syracuse expects to whip
Colgate, and Brown looks for an easy
victory over I-afuyettc.
FORT OMAHA BAND PLAYS
AT ALL FOOT BALL GAMES
Omaha amateur foot ball fans have
been treated to an innovation this season
in thu way ot music, with the games. At
Fort Omaha each Sunday music is fur
nished by the Fort Omaha band of four
Major Hartmann has received many let
ters from amateur fans, complimenting
the management on, this treat, and he has
announced, hi Intention of continuing
the, concerts for thu balance of the sea
son. It is told of the soldier musicians that
whn the Fort Omaha team was playing
the Superiors for the city championship,
Harry Williams, tho giant fullback for
the Superiors, was laid out. whereupon
the. band played the dead march from
TO STAGE A TOURNAMENT
Au "All Qmaha Wrestling tournament"
la being planiwd for early la December
by J. M. GUlan, manager of the Audi
torium company. It Is his intention to
puU the tournament off on two different
nights. On the, first night everything but
the finals will be. staged.
The list of wrestlers consists ot eight
Omaha heavyweights- Among, them are
Jack Meyers, Johnny Holden. Charlie
Jensen. Bill Hokut. Tout McCabe, Charles
Peters and AVassam, with, thla array at
talent GUlan expects to pull off soim
On the first night six. matches will be
staged. Straw will be drawn and the
men pitted against each other. The win,
ners at the first four events will draw
straws again and two more matches
staged. This will eliminate all but two
men, who will be matched against each
other oil a separate night. They will be
thu main attraction and several prelim
Inarles will be put on.
That the attraction would prove a pop
ular one ia manifested by the men who
have talked the nutter over with GU
lan, There aro several wrestlers In
Omaha Mho claim to be superior to these,
but have not been able ttt
TWis tournament will pit the very best
vtm miem against each other and the
winner will have the riirht tn roii.,1
the' champion heavyweight wrestler of
Omaha. No on but heavyweights will bo
allowed to paxtlcijate.
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number of Ahh the
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Address, Mazarine Coupon Dept.,
Twentieth Century Farmer,