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TEE BEE: OMAHA, RATTODAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1912, i i COME EARLY SATURDAY1 MORNING TO THE GREATER NEBRASKA'S MOST WONDERFUL SALE EH1 ft. Change of Ownership Sensational Reductions NEBRASKA CLOTHING CO.'S ENORMOUS STOCKS ON SALE AT SHARE in the tremendous bargains caused by the Ne braska's change of ownership. Bargains that ar,e the most extraordinary you have ever enjoyed. The.world 's bd&t clothing, ruthlessly reduced to. make n radical, sweeping close-out of the Nebraska's mammoth stocks. The immense size of the Nebraska's stocks large nnoniJh to stock ten ordinarv clothing stores, makes . satisfactory selection" ensv. Hero's the place for ALL to buy warm winter clothing. Come Saturday see it all for yourself save ' E) m n I H m JEm fully- to Vz. Don't miss this nover-to-bo-forgotten sale. ' I I 0 9& rr2 The Nebraska's Entire Stock of yJSSS. High Grade Suits and Overcoats All on sale In four mighty groups Note these prices See the goods You must see the goods to appreciate these prices All 910.00 and $12.50 Suits and Overcoats, on sale at TIB All $15.00 and $16.50 Suits and Overcoats on sale at $975 "All $20.00 and $22.50 Suits and Overcoats, on sale at 4 $1350 All' $25, $30 and $35 Suits and Overcoats, on sale at AnilirUPTTr The Nebraska's entire stock of men's and young men's cravenottos-black and fancy mixtures, including some 4 a ra .g-y H vKAi LnL 1 1 tv tyffofo, silk lin(id bluck prft coats- $15 $18 $20 $25 valucs' a11 in thrco sreat lots choice at pfBf 3"i$IyB3ll"!?l I J3U Men's Underwear Sale Saturday wo will place on sale 300 dozen of Prof. Mul doon's celebrated I?urc Australian Wool Hygienic Union Suits, liecontniendccl by. this famous physical culturist as the most practical undorwear in the world. MEN'S $4.00 UNION SUITS. . AU 'sizes, salo price 49 MEN'S $3.00 UNION SUITS. All sjzos, saio price $1 QC at ipUOll MEN'S $2.00 AND $2.50 UNION SUITS, all sizes, fc E fMilo-tirice at tw mn'S1$1.25 AND $1.50 UNION SUITS, nil sizes sale QC. priuo-M ....V MEN'.S $1,00 AND $1.25 UNION SUITS, nil sizes, salo "lu nrico at '. WW BEST SHIRTS ATf SALE1 PRICES America's best Blurts. Leading makes, now, fresh, this season's productions. Negligees, Paits, French Flannels, all tlio popular weaves, colors, styles. $1.00 and $1.25 Shirts, great salo price $1.50 and great sale price $1.75 Shirts, $1.10 $2.00 and great salo prico . . . . ...75c $2.50 Shirts, ... $1.45 NIGHT ROBES AT OUT PRICES Men's $1.00 and $1.25 fine cambric, muslin and outing flannel night robes. Great sale price. . . , GREAT SALE OP MEN'S HOSIERY 75c Men's Hose, at 50c Silk 30c Men's 25c Lisle Hose Silk 15c ALL SWEATER PRICES OUT Men's $3.50 and $4.00 Sweaters, popular Buff nock and Byron collar styles, 2 pookots, navy, tan, oxford sale Q QE price Wftiuv Extra Sweater Special $1.25 and $1.50 Thermo and V neck stylo wool coat sweaters, salo , , OCA Men's 15c Cotton Hoso at 5c pneo V,- BOYS 1 WARM WINTER CLOTHING SAVE 1 All the Nebraska's celebrated clothes for boys and children are to be sold at the deepest reductions that economical mothers and fathers have ever experienced. It's good Judgment for you to buy a year's auppjy at these prices. Como early Saturday. 1 T1 3o2 CHILDnBN'S $7.U to $10 UuBtlan Overcoats n. n. neltod. Vicunas. uniucnniaa, etc. Evory coat Voi $10, salo prlco Saturday Entire stock divided V4t v 1 - vortU from $7.50 to d A co Saturday at. . . . pt .O V HOYS' $8 TO $12.50 Overcoats, slzo 7 to 1G, double breasted and slnglo breasted styles. Convertible collars, actual $8 JC C to fl2.50 overcoats, Saturday. .pOOU Boys' Suits in five lots.' Norfolks and double breasted styles, sizes 3 to 18. Tho " Nebraska's regular $2.05 to $0.45 boys' suite. Sato prlco YOUXG MBK'S $10, $12.50, $15 Overcoats, sizes 30 to 36, convertible collars, double. and single breasted belted models, 3 tfQ 17P great lots, at $5.50, $7.50 ad J7 O Men's Glovt Salt A'dler's selected Jpape, $f Kassan 15 rr' Men's Neckwear, y2 50c now silk neckwear, all Btyles and col- QC Btyi ors, sale prico rr" Men's Hind'k'fs, 3o 7c and 10c cotton handker- 3c chiefs, Saturday, salo price, each. J I W Greatest Mid-Season Suit Sale for Women and Misses SATURDAY YOUR CHOICE OP ALL WOMEN'S TAILORED SUITS in the house .all are Nebraska's regular $25.00, $30.00, $35.00 and $40.00 suits, Saturday,' choice, nil in ong lot -. , Greatest Coat Sale ZlT'V Come to the Nebraska Saturday for a bona fide coat sale of the Nebraska's regular high class $25.00, $27.50 and $30.00 coats', all wanted styles and materials, will Jbe plaqed on sale at .' 4 I $15 and odels $15 WOMEN'S COATS. Our $18, $20, $22.50 coats, fancy mixtures, chif fon broadcloth, plain colors. Wo- . men's and Misses' sizes. For Sat urday's great sale at $10.00 Extra Special Coats, $7.90 Women's beautiful plain tailored all wool broadcloth coats, lined throughout with yarn dyed satin. $15 aa value. Special Saturday at. . .W i vO J) unre- CHILDREN'S COATS-Your ' stricted choico of any child's g? coat in tho houso Saturday at. . . JfW SKIRTS Women's $7.00 and $8.00 Skirts, Saturday spe- QQ cial at ,...0.30 Women's $3.50 Petticoats, all col- . ors, Saturdayrthird A 4 am floor, your cUoico la0 Women's fine $5 Silk Waists, Saturday special A aa LmQV at Women's FurnishEngs Sale (McaS0rFA.09r) Great Saturday Specials WOMEN'S 50o HOSIERY. Heavy, full fashioned, fleecoU black cotton hosiery. Regular and extra size. The Nebraska's 9Ka regular 50o crade. Saturdav salo nrico fcvC I JOHN A. SWANSON, President. Wi. L, HOLZMAN, Treasurer. WOMEN'S $1.25, $1.50 SILK HOSIERY. Pure thread silk hose. .Garter tops. 'Full fashioned. Tans, blue, white, black and fancy. All sizes, $1.25 7Ka and $1.50 silk hose, Saturday, salo price, pair 1 3C Women's 50o Vests and Drawers, Egyptian cot ton, fine ribbed, white or ecru, sizes 4, 5, OC 6. Saturday, sale price, each WwG Women's $1.00, $1.50 fine heavy fleece union suits. The famous Set-Snug underwear. Natural gray, white or ecru, Saturday sale price, each , Hours' 50c and 75c Union Suite. Natural gray rib- OQ bed Merino. 2 to 1C years. Saturday, sale price OJC 85c GOHSOLIDATIONQUESTION UP Another Attempt Jiay Be Made W Merge City and County. CITY OFFICIALS FAVOR PLAN 4Uvoatra of Annexation of South Ontba HrllevF Consolidation of GoTrrmurnta 'Would llaitrn Thia Had. Ilumora that another attempt will be made to conaolldata the city of Omaha and Dougltu county uovernmenta by the Introduction and paiiaKti of a bill In tha Ivglalptura IhU winter have been circu lated uytbuainexa men and polltlclana. who maintain that economy In the ad mlnUtratlpn of city and county affair Would' Juatlfy this move. "There'a no doubt but what we are tomins tq thU'thlpfr." said City Comml tloner Dan IJutlcr- "We have already confolldated two important office-that it trfasurej" and.' there la no complaint in tx made 'of the result". The ejtfftnio to the taxpayers would bo materially ro duced' by'vne goftrlftiient and Justice would not be thwarted." 'I have ngt thought anything about tlil ilnce tho fast, attempt was made," aid City Commlnaloner Hyder. "And so would not caro to express an opinion." Mayor -DnhlijiUn favors conaolldatlon. "Jt would bclcM expertijve," ho aaid! "I think consolidation will be effected aome time," Advocates of annexation of South Omaha behove the conrolldatlon of county and city governments would hasten this end. Any meusure looking to ward consolidation that cornea up In the legislature tills winter will receive their energetic support. day night after what Is practically a horse show In the afternoon, special prlies having been put up for the best general purpose work team being driven In by farmers. Aa there are many fine teams In this part of tha country con siderable Interest Is being manifested In this feature. Grain Festival On in Florence, With Many in Attendance Friday morning marked the opening of the Grain festival at Florence which is given two days every year by the Com mercial club of tliut hustling community. Over VSA In prizes was the Incentive to a large and varied entry list of products grown ti) that purt of Douglaa county. Hspeclally Urge and, Interesting is thu exhibit of corn No admission fee being I charged large cepwda arc always In at tendance. Tho festival will close Stur- Omalians Remaining on Their Homesteads Of the fifty or more Omaha people who went to Mellette oountv. South Dakota, as homesteaders unaer tne government land opening last spring, only one family has returned. This was Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cox and family. They are here merely to spend the winter, after which they expect to go to their homestead to put In a crop. Under the new law these homesteaders are per mitted to be absent from the claim as much aa five months In a single year. Mr. Cox la taklpg advantage of this privilege, to winter In Omaha. Miss Nellie McDonald, former teacher In the Omahp schools, who uomesteaded In the Illosebud country, obtained a poalUon aa principal of the high school at White jRlvcr and Is holding her cabin besides. INCREASED TAX IS OPPOSED Property Owner Bepresenting Mil lions Ask for Injunction. QUESTION OF LAW IS INVOLVED Petitioners Claim They Were Not Notified of Increase, hut Juduc linker Says Xotlf tcatlou la Not Neceaaary. Property owners representing several millions of dollars worth of real property In this city hare applied for an Injunction enjoining the city from putting Into ef fect an Increased assessment made by the county commissioners. The petitioners assert they were not notified of any in crease and that the law required that such notifications be mode. Judge Ken llsker. city corporation counsel, hsji de murred to all petitions, claiming notifica tion was not necessary. The total Increase In the assessed valuo of tho property of the petitioners will 'be not less than U.COO.00U. Petitioners are; The Vogel Investment company, K. O. Welch. Charles II. Brown. A. D. Foster taL, Charles, E. Cottlng. Annie Kuyken- dall and tho Paxton Real Estate com pany. In all cases tho assessed value as re turned by the assessor was Increased from J30.C00 to $200,000. The owners of the property at ' once filed petitions In dis trict court for Injunctions on the tech nical ground that they were not notified. Judge Baker, who will handle the city and county sldo of the case, says It la simply a question of law and tho law does not make notification mandatory. ANNIVERSARY OF HANGING OF IRISH MARTYRS OBSERVED The forty-fifth anniversary of the ex ecution of Allen. Larkln and O'Brien was observed In a very fitting And ap propriate manner Friday by tho Irish of Omaha. South Omaha and Council Bluffs. It was the largeit gathering of the three cities that ever took placo In the Omaha hall. M. P. O'Connor acted as chairman. Several talks were made by the members. Mayor Maloney of Council Bluffs made a very strong address on the Hvinj of the three men and the brutal manner In which they were put to death by the English government. Other, cpeakers were Richard O'Keefe, Messrs. Curtin, O'Mally, lleafey. Dr. Mullen. HOODLUMS TOBE DISPERSED Mcgy Bernstein Appoints Special Of ficers to Break Up Gangs. WILL HAVE FULIj AUTHORITY Activities Aixalnat Ilorrdylam Will lie Kxtended iy Officers to the Suburbs nod Other Parta of Douglas Countr. Volunteer officers have been appointed by Juvenile Officer Mogy Bernstein to wage a campaign to break up hoodlum Ism In Omaha and Its suburbs.. More of ficers will be named' later. Young hood lums wilt be arrested and punished. If second offenses are committed the boys will be sent to Jail or Rlvervlew home and wilt not be released until their par ents give bonds to guarantee their good behavior. Officers appointed are men who volun teered their services. They will act with out pay. Bernstein wants more volunteers. About thirty will be appointed. Special Officers Named. Special officers named are Rev. T. A. Bagshaw and Itev, William O. Pollock of South Omaha, Attorney Sullivan of Valley, James Walker of Omaha, Ous Nltle of North Omaha and John I Bar ber of Omaha. The special officers will be provided with badges and will have full authority to make arrests. Gangs of hoodlums at Twenty-fourth and Davenport streets, Twcnty-fburth street and Ames avenue. Twentieth and Vinton streets and Twenty-fourth and Vinton streets are tho- first tho Juvenile officer and his assistants will try to break ui. HALF THE SPACE IS SOLD FOR THE CEMENT SHOW More than half the space In the Audi torium has boen sold for the annual ex hibit of the Nebraska Cement Dealers' association to be held In February. Frank Whlpperman, who Is In charge of the show, says thu 1913 convention will be the largest and most successful in the association's history. The business Bo stons of the organization will bo )iei 1 simultaneously with the exhibit. The dates have been set at February 4, 5 o 7 and 8. Persistent Advertising is ihe Itoad to Big Returns.