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THE BEE: OMAHA, SAT TODAY, JANUARY 4, 1913.
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The Nebraska's unparalleled sale completely overshadows in value-giving all other sales. Com
pare, look the facts in the face. CHANGE OF OWNERSHIP! We're breaking all records in Januarv
reductions. Also, here's Omaha's largest stock of newest, most desirable clothing for
men and young men. Every garment must be cleared out. EVERY SUIT, EVERY
OVERCOAT. Out they go without reserve The vital important of this sale is being
recognized by every man who knows real value. Don't miss this remarkable oppor
tunity to buy best clothes made at actually the lowest prices ever known in Omaha
Choose From Our Entire Stock
Thousands of Men's and Young Men's' Newest, Winter of 1912-13.
Suits and Overcoats
Absolutely None Reserved. All in 5 Mammoth lots. Sensational gelling.
AUAAfcE EDAll 1 AT 1 Comprises nearly 1,000 high
UllUUdE rnUIII LIPS I gmde Suits and Overcoats.
Oomparo the Imndsomo 52-inch convertible collar overcoats at this
price with $16.50 values elsewhere. Won
derful rnngo of all wool, fancy fabrics and
black velvet collar K;ertieys, all of our
$10.00, $12.50 and $13.50 Suits and
Overcoats, at j .
)nvertiblp collar overcoats at this
CHOOSE FROM LOT II
A Most Extraordinary Offer.
CHOOSE FROM LOT III
Men and young men who usually pay
$25.00 .or $30.00 for a suit or overcoat
. nr directed to (his astonishing group of most extraordinary values.
OVERCOATS The swagger shawl collar and 'convertible models swell
chinchillus, Scotches, diagonals, single and double breasted, bolted styles;
many like illustration. Black velvet collar dress ,
ovorcoats galore All of our up to $22.50
Overcoats, on sale at
SUITS Most remarkable values and variety over heard'of at $13.50. Semi
English, Norfolks and over fifty other distinctive styles. Blue serges, fancy
mixtures, black goods, $20.00, $22.50 Suits, at $13.50
$45.00 and $50.00 Overcoats and premier, hand tailored, full
Men's Furnishings. Unparalleled Values
WARM UNDERWEAR AT A BIG SAVING
Over 1,000 hand tailored, high grade
Suits and Overcoats. This wonderful
offer includes fine clothes, superior to usual $20.00 values elsewhere. Con
vertible collar, storm collar, newest shawl
,collar models; fancy weaves and black ker
seys, dress overcoats in great variety. Fine
blue serge and rich fancy weave suits, guar,
anteed all wool. All of our $15.00 and
$16.50 Suits and Overcoats, go at,
$30-$35 Suits and O'coats $17.50
AM AAQI? EDAU I AT 1U Von't miss this intensely interesting group
vnUUOb rnUlTl LU I II of rare weaves and distinguished styles.
You most particular men and young men, here's your greatest opportunity.
OVERCOATS Hundreds of the smartest now rough weaves. Novejtv plaid
Hacks. High grade chinchillas. Belted and full belted stylos. Swagger
inverted plait or plain back black dress overcoats,
all the most wanted new collar ideas. $ 3 0.0 0 ,
and $35.00 Overcoats, on sale at. . . . .,
SUITS None finer made than wo offer in this magnificent collection.
Bough weaves, worsteds, blue' serges, fancy browns, purples, grays, diagonals.
Full dress and Tuxedo suits, $30.00 and $35.00 values, at $17.50
silk lined, full-dress and tuxedo suits, choice at.. .. $25.00
WEN,S($2.00, $2.50 COOPER spring
v'ncccl!c! 'ribbed 'Union Suits white,' natural,
n&.grayy all dzes; Saturday
Sale price, at . .
$1.25 AND $1.50 MERINO
and Egyptian cotton fleece Union
SuitSj all 'sizes, Sat- TK
urday sale price,, at Iv0
MEN'S $4.00 AND $4.50 SWEATERS. Extra, heavy wool, hand fin
ished, Byron and Huff np.ck collar, wine, navy, gray; " 9 'OR
all sizes, Saturday sale price, at , '. ., vtiUv
noc Hose, 25o Moh'b puro
thread fillk hoso. Blnck and
fancy colors Saturday ualo
0c Mufflers, 23o Men's i
warm Kniuea, mumors.
Dlack, whlto , and colors,
Saturday bale .
prico at .... , .
91.no Shirts, Columbia, Kxccllo and Vniiltlcss Shirts AIT sizes,- groat range
of patterns, Saturday snlo prlco at. ,
$1, $1.00 Mufflers, 50c
McrVs bilk rcof'rs and square
mufflers, black, whlto, pearl,
Saturday sale pa
pride at OUC
Boys' Clothes. Tremendous Reductions
OUR ENTIRE STOG-Thousasds of Suits and Overcoats
$2.45 T 0 $2.95
; $iut,, Overcoats and
Reefed, go f 7?
$4.45 TO $4.95 SUITS.Oyer-
coats and Ecofers, goiat . ,
$5.45 TO. $6.95 $7.45 TO $9.45
Suits, Overcoats and Suits, Overcoats and
Reoiers, go. A rA Eeofers, go
at $4.50 U
$3.45 T 0 $3.95
Ruits Overcoats 'and
John A. Swanson, Pres'.
Wm. L. Holzman, Treas.
Store open till 9 Saturday Nights.
- ' I I
No connection with any other retail store.
From Our Near Neighbors
Mrs... rt. .Waldroir went to Omaha
atttoraxy ot Qpntrul City U
lilting VAtcHoo friends this week.
Mla Anna Leach, of'Elkhorn' visited
Saturday "last a troy-rDr, Richardson
W. Cobts. of Holt county, father ot
the Cobb bojm.bceii hero this week
Halting pUMriends. ' ' s
lr'?-l1lLM0V9V yl'lfl . "w day
'nlrti MrsrTraber nnu family. retrirninB
VUjmo Tiirwlu) noon.
-MncjlBaao. jfoycw.nnd lister. Urn, Mar
Ify. wcnUo Onialia Jtomtny oifternoon
to -jiit Judco and ,Mr. button.
Mr. -Mid Alr. VI1 Morrieou and little
Blrl wot out from Omaha to visit New
ear at the Y. A. Schneider lioine.
E. Coibii of Orand Island vTaltod at
the llerriijBtoti Immn the firm of the
yc. feplng to, Omahrt Tulay morn-1fi6-
Ir. Claude tuition came over from
llailan. Ia.. Christinam night tor a visit
teHli thf.Jiome'fok, Jlr. and Mrs. i, O
v-. . reuen. of Otndha. came out
Viith 111 wSrt'lfl-law. Chas. nioomquist,
after ChrUtmaa and nniiUned with the
"latter at tho farm until Hunday..
Ar. and Mre. Chas. Uarnhart, of Qtln-
nol. Ia.. who Tvero vlsltlnc over Satur
''. tlsU pi- the Wllehay home, left
Sunday afternoon for their hopie,
Mr. Ed gp;tc, of Meckllne. 8. U., a
iitbCB of MU Ixwell und who wan visit
ii'fi .relatives-at Vai!y. spent Sunday
jfteinoon with her aunt In Waterloo.
Harry, L'4 wards was . at Kmnard. for
lirUtroa,.reWrnlng tlie Uat of the wpek.
Iia. Canllner. df Omaha vIsltM u day
it two'thU week Mth his aunt." Mrs.
UJbks, ahd family. .
MrL..Mc.GoJtl. aod M1m Margaret Ale
Cold, of xgan. mother and sister of
-Mrs. TomplQ Robjnspn, were over Jri
luy lileht guests at h Jtoblnron home,
vturlm,'tt- Ixigan' Baturday.
TMits Harah-14 Allen. ma ha been malt-
hpr. home. wlth. Jlr. ais Mr. J. It.,
lgsrrfH aovexal yejtra ouat, died abom 8
. riot U Thilfsday .morning Tht body 'was
tkcn tb'Ootatur. III..' for1urlaV:
Mr Itli'd 'Mra. Itoy Mtflel.l were at
V luxiltv "Sunday to jwet a. little nephew
Hoy who came from Alliance Uiat
JIJjX 3"Jio W). whwtt inoyier was the
lat Mrs. q. .U. OaTiUner. sister of Itoy,
will make his hbmo with his uncle ana
Mr. und Mrs. Itnyunoiul Jehks of Lin
coln vUlted old frleiul lere last Thurs
day. Mrs. C. V. IonurU of Kansas City, a
alster of. Mr. Ueorgu Illtohman, visited
here this weelf. ...
.V. B,flNowIoii of Ktcmont, pfeb,. visited
his brother, C. H. Kowlon, and sister,
Katheilne, tills week.
Uen O. DoflbiiUKh of Xew York City ar
rived last Monday and Is visiting his
sister. Mr. U II. Olive-.
' Martin MotfusAn arWvrd last Wednes
Uy from liURone. ore., and will spend
the winter with his mother.
Prank Bchaeffer of Kprt Boott arrived
Wednesday tilght and la visiting his
grandparents. Captain and Mrs. Theo
A miscellaneous, sltower was given last
Monday at the home of Mm. J. J. Meier
In honor .of tho bride-to-be. Misses
Pearl and Anna Wilkinson.
Mi Js'. J. Calkli died Wednesday night
after a lingering illness. The funeral
was held Friday at S p. m. Dfoo4-d was
an old resident of the county and leaves
a husband and three nrnwn sons.
A pretty douNe wedding took pluce at
the. Congregational church Wednesday
afternoon when Itev. J. U. Andwjis, pas
ton of tho Congregational church, united
thfc Uvea and fortunes of Mr. Alexander
Vaughn f Lincoln and Miss Anna Wit
kltiBon, and Mr. Ixonard Wells or Scott's
Bluff and Miss IVarl Wilkinson. The
brldea are daughtrra of Mrs. It. S. Wil
kinson and social favorites . The recep
tion wm held at the homo of the brides.
Mrs. Jamese T. IVglny gav a towel
shower, for Miss Edna N'olun list Satur
Miss Nettle Mann of Soutli Omaha
;vfnt.,r.v.ipra,.d'iy'' ear'y ln V,e with
Miss Ulllu.it Kntey. .
Mrs. KuU, Ivln of Harrison. Neb., is
visiting nt tho home, of her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. It. r..Haron.
Miss norence'l)ye of Heward and Mls
UHTaI?'.' "f guests of Mra.
E. S. Nrkoron durtiiK the holjdays.
Mi nd Mrs J. J, Kustmau ai)d
ramllj' of Omaha were the guests Mr.
and Mrs, John Welsh and family over
John Schuldt was nt Omaha Friday,
Mra.,ntgby visited relatives In Omaha
this week. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Kmll Parakcnlng went to
CalR. Neb.. Monduy.
II. A- Nolto returned from bis ranch at
ttrldgeport, Neb., Tuesday.
Mrs. C. W. Baldwin and son. Grove,
went to Omaha Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 15. Kate returned from
their Chrlstmaa visit Saturday.
Herman Oady of near Washington vis
ited Ht the HensQ honte .Thursday.
MIm llcjilnger of Wlnslow. Neb.. Is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. "Mcarew, this
Mrs. Y. Martens and daughter, Maggie,
visited Saturday with Mr. Julius
MUm Josephine Ort of Wuhoo visited
her slater, Mrs. J. E. Knte. Friday and
Mrs. Carlton' ot ijpokane. Wash.. Is
hero visiting her daughter, Mrs. Albert
News was' received front Olbbon that
little Thai Mickey fell and broke an
Mr. and Mrs. llobert Baldwin left for
David City Saturday to visit Mrs. Bald
James Calvert and friend of Clear
water, Neb.,-arc here visiting his mother
and other relatives.
.Mr. and Mrs. Itlgby and baby went to
Hooper Thursday tq visit Mrs. Itlsby'a
sister, Mr. Clarence Bendlc.
Mrs. 15. Y. Calvert and son. George, and
two granddaughters;, the ltendle girls, vis
ited at the Grandma Haney home Sun
day. Mrs. Frost and grandoon, who have
been visiting her oousina, Mrs. Dan
Qulnn and Mr. Van Alst, for some time.
Returned to their home at Walbach. Nb.,
Mr .and Mrs. H. A. Mockelmann and
Mlts Ilenlner went to Omaha Wednes
day noon to attend the matinee that
afternoon, returning In the evening.
Mr- and Mrs. A. C. Deln visited In
Omaha with Mr. and Mrs. Johnaon.
A Christian Kndeavor social will be
held at the SundalUhome Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bajtuusson visited
Thursdav with Mr. and Jim Nels Uns
nmsse', A waifh nlsht aoiln was held at the
Christian church Tuesday evening. Forty
persons were present.
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Bjtsmussen spent
Wednesday with their daughter, Mrs.
Ired Paulsen, at Bennington.
Mr. and Mrs. Ucrtdrlcktion and. chil
dren, Clara and Chester; returned from a
two weeks' visit with friends and rela
tlves In Kansas.
The Valley schools were given a holiday
Kugene Carter, second son of.O. Carter,
Is very 111 with pneumonia.
Mrs. It. n. Steele Is recovering from a
severe attack of the grippe.
John Mehl sold his residence property
to Andrew Wlcklund this week.
Mrs. Clara -Bronson Spats of Mecklln,
S. D., visited Valley friends Sunday.
Mr., and Mrs. Charles Wllla of Omaha
spent New Year's with Valley relatives.
Mrs. Y. C. Kennedy has had quite a so
vere attack or the grlPP. but Is some
Mrs. W. H. Becd ha been quite 111 Tor
several days, but Is again -able to bu
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bailor and' Helen r
ttirnetl TuvsMlfiy from a week's visit ut
Mrs. Anna Allen was called from
Otnaba, Tuesday by the Ulnces of her
mother, Mrs. IjovI.
Mrs. Susan lewjs la very seriously ill
with pneumtfnla. A trained nurse .trom
Omaha Is In attendance.
Mrs. W. D. Kelley gave a very enjoy
able birthday party Tuesday alter school
In honor Of the sixth birthday of Jesse.
Mtfis Muriel Kndtleld, Charlotte and
Mlldrod King gave a very enjoyable skat
ing party at King's lake Thursday night.
The young women and younger married
women gave a very ejijoyable leap year
ba)l New Year's eve In the Weekly hull.
Dr. Harry Stanger of Boone. Ia., ind
Mrs. Johnson of Iowa were called here
ly the illness and death of their mother,
Mr. C. B. Nichols, superintendent of
the Junior Christian Endeavor aoclaty,
gave a very pleasant partyNfor them at
her home Monday evening. Twenty-three
were In attendance.
Mrs, Qeorge Staiiger died at the home
of her daughter. Mrs. J s KmnMiv
Tuesday evening at o'clock, jid Oeorgo
Htanirer. who wbji unenn.pinna .in.
death, died Thursday morning at 0 o'clock.
ne aouuie unerai was neld at the home
Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Itev. Mr.
Taylor, assisted by B. A. Fje. con
ducted the sen-Ices and Interment was
innur i ie aucy cemetery. Air. stanger
Was H yeara of age and Mrs. Stanger 76
and they h.ad been married flfty-rtlx
years. Most of their lives had been spent
In lioone,' Ia. Tliey aro survived by three
daughters and two sons.
Sheriff Phlpps has ono to Baglcy. la.,
for a few days' 1slt with his aged
Boys were born New Tear'a day to Mr.
and Mrs, Mclvln Boblnson and Mr. nd
Mrs. Walter Chandler.
i M.'J?S U"?"1 Seville, one of (he teachers
in the University Place. Lincoln schools,
waa n Tekamah Msltor over Sunday.
Judge W. O. Sears In grandfather to a
.new boy that camo to the home of his
son, Edward, and wire the fore part ot
Mrs. II. H. Fear and children of Mon
"mln. Ia., are guests at the home of
Mrs. Feas mother. Mra. Mary Coleman.
In this city.
..J- ,t.,9rom ,iad a famlly gathering' of
tils chlldron and grandchildren at his
homo on Ntw Year's day. There wer
great-grandchildren among the number,
Twins. boy and a girl, were born to
Mr. and Mrs. John Bckley last Tuesday.
thfi flnV ItAfnn fhrl.tnvaa V. I - 1 . -
ten well behaved youngsters In that
Tv II l . n Ttr.ittn trw fnrm.i-l.. nn . . . . . ..
rerlntendent of schools In Burt countv.
hilt nnv a nrnnllrlni. .Mnn.Jl. I n
land, Ore., was In Tekamah this week on
MIm Pluto U'rul a .1-. J
....... ..iiwiiuiriu nan
united In marriage on Wednesday at
MIm Kniiz' hnmn tn t Tv. nh.,
this place. The bride waa a teachor In
the Tekamah schools last year. The
groom Is a well-to-do farmer llvlne
southwest of Tekamah.
Prof. John Speedle of Benson Is here
Mrs. Grey Miller and son Mas aro here
O. W. Joern was in Seward (he fore
part of the week.
Miss Grace Johnson of Sidney,. Neb.,
Is homo for the holidays.
Tom Darling of Grand Island ia visiting
the John Mlnnford family.
Mlsa' Essie Thomaa of Chlllcothe. Mo,
Is visiting her brother Clarence.
Mr. and Mrt. Hagun and daughter Ada
returned from a '.hree months' visit in
Miss Helcfi Christlansnn has bean
elected teacher in the Hrooklngs, S. D.,
Kula Bates. KHxabeth Davidson. Mar
garet, Jennie and Winifred ltoberts at-
$5.50 mgwm j
IJsakW ItlWl W - Mliri IP) (1 I Ml aaV
aW flllll nil I
aV II II I KM
m h ia I mi in. l inisa
w1e? R J,0,U,M Party, given by Winifred
Waters of Elmwood last Friday.
Mr. n n H Mr. iriii L'ni.ni . . . . . .
t parly of young folks New Year's night.
Ford Bates of that University of Ne
braska. Is spending his vacation with his
-J?iy!he hanK? '"I precincts, Springfield
J"1 bmc.:5,cnde! ft mile and a half north
ai)d a mile west.
Hiram Mlnnford has proved up on 6V1
acres of land ner Wayside and is visit
ing his parents here,
l1!?" Mel8inger had a sale of his farm
mm.hcry. anlltocl' nd will move to
i'apllllon In a few weeks.
h loS,lonLskL returned from Mlnne
sota, where he bought a aectlon of land,
paying $) per acre for t.
Ralph Kelwit of tmaha attended tho
firemen's ball on Tuesday evening.
A baby boy waa born to Mr. and Mrs.'
Bernard Haller on Monday evening.
A Otto .Siruve of Itaglna. Canada, spent
tho holidays with his parents In Blair.
Mrs. J. P. Wlshart saent the holiday
week with her son-in-law, Ed Reed, and
......M, .... ..vi . t-jr auu uauKJiier or
Kearney spent Sunday with Mrs. H. E.
f (aiq Anna f. Ufn .. . . .
her sinter. Mm r a ronK.ii
Pauu Minn. c'" Ml m-
Tlie state, school appprtlonment for this
county Is $3,742 and the county has 4.331
Huirh Rtli- anH r.mllw r V .
. , , ' " . 1 W I A 1 CI 11 1 VIS-
Iten nvnr lnt Qaliira .t . i. ,.i. ..
Judge I. C. Eller. u,,c,r'
Gifford. 3-year-old son or Earl Booth.'
fell Into fl. tilt, ttt hnl xx-n w la.. , r . '
and Was badlr scolded
Miss J. F. Mead of Orand Island spjnt
Christmas with her tnottter. Mrs. S C.
Taylor, and alster Stella.
George Wright of Kansae City spent
u.Year wlth bu father. "Doc"
Wright of the Clifton hotel.
Mr. and Mrs, J. J. Walte of Sprlnsdale.
hJ.i. spenl lh kc-'ldara. 1th .Mrs. White's
brother, J. E. Lutz. and amlly.
The city street sprinkler was on the
S?.lka '.!,.tlrS day berore Christmas for
the benetlt or the Christmas shoppers.
Harry Plata and son of Clay Center,
Mr Bt ,th.r hma of hl Parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. It. rutt. over last Sat-i
urday. . :
Miss Ethel Stewart entertained a party
SE.?1 .f her frinls. Including sev
eral home front college, on ast Monday :
i-3?"x- Fi!len Fo"' Pna mn Bryan of Mill- '
len, Neb., spent The holidays with her 1
sisters. Miss Anne Carter of Blair nhlr
Mrs. Yeoman of Omaha. , nf
h (iorden .l "a-r'an. Ia., has leased
the old Acme mills, which lias stood Idl
for sqveral years, and will have It In run
nlnir order In n short ti,n "
C. (C. Vanpousen, democratlo ' member
ThViS.iefl8latu,;c' .Mt for LincillPo,,
lZtL1? ln,t0Ull with legislative
duties for the coming sosslon. ..
jV' A)''' Stockton, late of OmoJia. canm
down from Norfolk on Tuesday and Twill
hep J. V. White In his xtore. VeVently
purchased of the Maylo commlny!-
!i!"an A' , Servl-c. n former Blair b'oy
P?J S'e0"?1' ond Mlss Marian M, Dfii
nls of South Omaha were married In fhW
city on Thursday by Rev. C r. I.ang.
The new Minneapolis Omaha' railroad
time can). rnVfuo- trt o..UV. i'"v'"
..... intM uunuuy. January
?,r,ias.can,fe ln, tlle. ev"lng. passenger
train fnr Omnlm Innvlnw ninu . a..-..'3
m. Instead o7;3n. in. h " as alM p
Miss Enid Beatty, who Is spending her
vacation from Rockford. in' t "Tome.
Grlswoid laT and formVf'Rockfc'rd "ixud
wit. and Miss Beaty's coiiilm Miss A lien
?w" aaj-l0UX C'' as suwts over New
,,5lr". A. M. Pratt, mother of Mrs. F W
Krnnv nml with ...I. -,. ' "''.V r'-"
... . . . . i rriiMiu hi n m,L'A. i...
"nie 1", this cfy, was K, vears old ton
a rfostal Card shower, lmtnv
rnmn rrnjti rifn. rMm
she lived for Hnreral years "to pSmm.'
LONG BRIEF IS FILED IN
CASE 0FEDT0R MYLIUS
NEW YORK. Jan. aOne of tK-
est "briefs" ever filed. !n the case of a
iinii5rani is an appeal from the
omer ot tne spocial. board of. Inquiry
that Edward F, MyUus, wh'q had senfA
a year In an English prison on. convic
tion, of having published a libel, against
King George of England, be deported.
The appeal was drawn up by counsel
for Myllus, who Contends that his of
fense was a political one and. did not in
volve moral turpitude.
The brief was forwarded today to sec
retary NageJ of the Department of Com
merce and Labor. Unless he r.r.
rriM noriiinn air tm Iai a . , ..
nuthoritlas. Myllus will be
some vesael of the line which brought
l' vears old vpn
'. nn.d rccelTj Jl
many of whlcT
fl In Pdlmt-M
Key to th Kltimtinnn.. . .i. .... i
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