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IHfci iJKK: DMA HA, l-JUDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1913.
lix Classes in Its Study Will Be Held
at the Y. M. 0. A.
Are to Stnrt nt SI-Thlry O'clock
find Prominent SIcn In Work
"Will Lrnil. Knch of the
The Indian helped, them out. tic told
thwn his name Is Iledfeather BtarliBht.
f rhm Chevennn. Wvn.. mill that hn
wanted to ko and tight Filipino. He
wait rejected becaUso of tli, peculiar,
steady and altogether fixed atare fn his
solemn brown eyes and hla uncertain
gait TW rtcrultlrjR officers helped him
to the door, helped him mount nnd-he
rode away In the direction of'lhe Auditorium.
Plans for the nible study rally at the
f oune Men's Christian association build'
Ing have been completed and the open
ing meeting will be Monday. George V.
ailmorc, president of the association,
wlU preside at the meeting. V. A. Peter
ton, a wealthy Chicago real estate dealer,
will address the members on "Margins."
Mr. Peterson conducts and owns the
largest tree and shrubbery nursuries In
Chicago. Besides that, he Is connected
with the Slate bank. Is trustee of the
MeCormlck Theological seminary and Is
reasurer of the International Sunday .
school association. Home umeaRo ir.
Peterson was knighted Into 'the order of
V'asft by the king of 8weden. This honor
is conferred only Upon men who have
brought distinction to Swetlen while In
'ore'.grt countries.
There will be six clssses ln Bible study
nd It Is planned to conduct 1hem through
the year. Meetings will b on Monday
evenings at :15 o'clock, closing at 7:30
clock, so that the men may havo the
rest of the night for other engagements.
The classes follow: Class' who study
dominant traits of "Men of steel", among
Bible characters, will' be presided over
by 1. Dean Ringer: "Ufa of Christ." for
tight school men. comprising a study of
he life of Christ, lead by J. W. Miller;
"Social Tea'chlngs of Jesus," consisting
tl'i study of the teachings of Jesus on
ill vital questions, together with a study
of modern life problems, lead by E. F.
Oenlsoh; "Personal Evangelism." for
hurch workers, consisting of a study of
appealing to the heart of those not pro
easing Jesus Christ, lead by O. (J, Wal
lace; "A Course About the lllble," for
beginners, consisting of the origin of the
Bible, its authors, IU divisions and ar
rangements, lead by some one to bo
hosen later; "Life Problems," a class
that will meet In the lobby Sunday after
noons to study problems of llvllhood,
toclal relationships and physical fempta
Hons. Dr. W. O. Henry will lead this
Printer Objects
to Being Taken for
Common Pickpocket
Tj. E.. Herburger, 015 South' Twenty
fourth avenue, was arrested Wednesday
evening at the cAtnlval grounds and a
Charge of picking pockets placed against
htm. Qctectlve lydwnrd KJemfng mado
the complaint of three Individuals, whp
asserted they duty Herburger' In the.net
of stealing from several persons on the
grounds. In making the arrest Fleming
was forced to strike his prisoner, as- the
latter, accprdlpg .to Fleming' statement,
attempted to- get away. 'Herburger Is a
printer, and several of his friends vouched
for his honesty. Ills wife appeared with
him in police court, and' ns 'the men who
declared they witnessed his activities as a
- . . . . I . ' ir . I .
picKpocKei uiu noi appear , against mm,
he was discharged' by Judgo Foster,
Woodmen of the World of the city .say
they will loin In a reaues( to the city
commission, 'asking for 'the arrest of 6t
fleer Fleming, who arrested Herbarger.
Herburger has been' a member -of Sey
mour camp almost from Its 'Inception and
has always been proponent arid active In
Woodmen circles, having the highest of
fice In his camp. He -is also a printer
and one of the head men of the Fonda
company, onjtlarriey, between- Fourteenth
and Fifteenth, streets.
The Student Association of the High
School, which consists of all puplU
Who have purchased season association
jckets, will meet Friday for the election
Jf officers and for the purpose of or
ganizing for the year. Two students
""will be chosen at this meeting to seats
on the athletic b6ard of the school with
voice In all the operations of the Ath
letic directors.
Up to date .more than 6M students have
lolned the association and more aro buy
ing season ticket doily- Tho season
ticket, the price of which Is $L0, admits
the student to all foot ball, basket ball,
track and base ball contest held In tho
city during the year and school debate
nd other literary contest held at the
school. The athletic 1oard, which con
Ut of Prof. C. E. Kea, J. F. Woolery,
Nathaii BeroMeAtV'X, K. McMi4,H, Coach
Thomas E. MIMa mi Mr, Orchard, are
expecting to dispose of nearly 800 ticket
in all to the' Muents, ,
A painted pony waa yanked to a sudden
ii mu ana an inaian, arrayed in the
jfoahJonable attire of tfia Sioux, dis
counted and swaggered Into the. arnly
rccruiung oruce una morning.
"Say," re bawled, ,"J wanna enlist."
The recruiting officers hurrlodly
glanced through, "thlr rute book to es
"liat the proper thjnif to do might be.
Ak-Skr-Bn Ball
If tou want a Auto op Carriage
fr Ak-Sar-l BH, Wet4
Frty or Skew, caH D. 97 r 404.
Falioe Horse k Ante Lirtry
- Mil iM CHJigr w.
: fssfxn 'fM f seek lag a4 Meat
bar i tHsm imil
Not explosive. Not poisonous. Hotter
iiian oiiy gaa. no inacmnery. Hold in
bottle. Connect bottle and. open your
burner. Hacked by a is.000,000.00 com
pany. Omaha offlon" 8 ll-S12.ltlJ.S14 City
roalg4t--JM WMe Kwtii.rAax
Xlaw am A' Srla&rer'g Buccals
Ti Joyous' aCuslcal Boraanoe
"TIhi Cniit if UxtMknrtT
70 feopla 70. Original Company.
Gain of Twenty-Five Per Cent Made
Over Last Year.
t and including September 30, 1912, the re-
celpts were 11.391,810.87, a gain of I178.60C.79,
or a gain of It per cent '
"Whenever you see a gain like that,"
Mr. Wharton said, "you. may bo certain
that the city la Improving right along."
fox trimmer Wharton Points rrltli
Trlde to ShorrlnK Made and
Snya It Indlcntra WondeV
fnt Ilaalntss (Iroirth.
Every )ne In a while we hear of some
method by Which the business activity ot
a city may be Judged. Some point to the
bank clearings, the market quotations on
live stock, fruit, vegetables or what not
Another source has been found, and the
reasons backed up by the source will
bear consideration. Postmaster Wharton
romes forth with the statement that the
surest wav he knows of to judgo the
Krowth of a city Is t look over' the
postal receipts.
To back up hi assertion he points ou
that It .business were (lull scarcely any
advertising matter would be sent -out by
mall. If crops in Nebraska were of in
ferior' grade railroads would not have
attractive booklet published and stnt
by rrla,ll. , If city "property were not In
creasing real estate men would not send
the people elsewhere information of prof
itable Investments. Everything in Ne
braska, Mr. Wharton say, Is Improving
right along and times are good here, a
witness the receipts.
The gross receipts 'at the Omaha post
office, from the sale of stamps for Sep
tember ope year ago was 188,688.03. For
September of this year the receipts -were
1111,130.81, a gain of t22,l78 over Septem
ber ot ' last year, or a gain of 25H per
cent. ,
For nine months ending September 30,
1912, the receipts were 11,116,304.08. For the
nine month of tho present year up to
Central Labor Union
' to Hold Interesting
Open Meeting Today-
Those who attend tho meeting of the
Central Inbor union - tonight at the
Labor Temple' are certain of a great
treat. Ami It Is expected that the at
tendance wllS'jb)). large, as. it is an open
meeting and. an invitation has beenex
tended to the public. Tile city comrnls
sloners have been invited and have ac
cepted the Invitation. '
The Central Labor union meeting will
Vbo addressed by H." . . Sklfflngton of
Ilro'ckton, Mass., where-he Is one of
the head men In the Douglas Shoe com
pany and an orator ot .prominence.
Mr. Sklfflngton has 'been In Omaha
frequently 'nnd has often spoken at the j
Central jUibqr ;UnJop. During the Cleve-1
land administration he was Immigration I
commissioner of the port- at Boston. j
'At tho Commercial' cjlib at noori John ,
F. Flt-sgeraia mayor of Boston, will de-1
liver the- addrests and' It -is more than1
likely tliat' he will be. at tiff Central
Labor. Union meeting and will make a
short talk. Jle Is a personal and Inti
mate friend .of Mr. Sklfflngton and will
te urged bythe latter to speak at "the
' An Anto 'Collision (
means many bad bruises, which Buck
ten's Arnica Salve heals quickly, as It
does sores, cuts, - burns and piles. 25a
For sale, by .yourilrMBglStT-Advertlsament.
W Bandar a&d All Week
The Boyd Theater Stock Oo.
Florence Stone in'
V yrk Gixl rtova th jtlppodroms"
la "at-aUoh.Qnlek WaU!ifffoaM
g Wk, TM wrrcwiwo HOP
Bushy'p World Famous.
UatisM tetey a flerFartde; Xfght, 8:30
"ittwt Imr Pr. 8--ii Etrr NUkt. itii
CerUiB am Us Afur Ak-8r.bt 1'triilM J'm
lbs Tbtr Special rtrm tat urslnl uk:
ires rrmikkUa. Juu Coearll & Coacinr, la
JVUer' rgdM Poea, HiaOromvtllt. Tlmtlr Mo.
lion niznty l'rt!Mltae. Ctlltry. loo:
txt Mts iMMpt BtKrttr At JSwn4il Jk.
'lxtu tte. a. Ho Tie
BaUjr Mat, IS-liS-SOe
XtZh 1S-S8.50-T6O
Kaafeaa HltTIMaiO HI fllaill
xuUhm smwiirh mm wwm
Kvelyn A'esblt Ttiaw -preans WalU;'
Ham Colllna, Tom Coyne and lloat of
iunetera, Tbo on snow for visitor
Unlike what you see at home. Lobster
Jbiuare JJeauty Chorus of 80.
MAimrBv atAix.T-ruijut rmicis.
I 4 i
KDHiWn.WULain -11 M
Rr 4t2yv
aVv r
1 ? : TranMormations
Pompcian Room
Second Floor
Switches and
Friday And Saturday
t A $10.00 SWITCHES at 5
Q.rin awtrvvrmr.pl It
$4.00 SWITCHES at $2
$2.00, SWITCHES at" 1
Manicuring-, Hair Dressing
and Shampooing
by Phone
"TV. . I
ions V: I
..T : II
Friday's Ak-Sar-Ben Sale Specials
It's quality goods at
surprising low prices
that has made our
Friday sales so won
derfully successful.
Nearly every depart
ment throughout our
big store is represent
ed with remarkable
bargain offerings for
A Veritable Feast of Bargains Has Been Pre
pared for Visitors to Our Great Domestic Room Friday
Anthracite Blue Prints, 6c ft 1
values , . , OjjC
AmoBkeag Outing EJan- -t g
nels, 124c values h . . iUC
Itoboland Floece for bath robes
and kimonos, 25c values, i
for J.9C
Silkollnes, 36 Inches wide, goqd
patterns, lCc values, i r
for 1UC
Cretones, for comforters,
10c values
Taffeta, silk finished, lO.
25c values, IOC
32-Inch DresB Olng- -t OJL--
hams, 18c values.... A"2TC
72x99 soft finished Muslin A Q
, Sheets, 50c values TtOC
Pillow Cases, 42x36, r
12c values IvC
5 8-tnch Bleached Table oq
Damask, 50c values. ... OaC
36-lnch Bleached Muslin,
Sc values
-54 c
Remnants Outing Flan
jiels, 10c values ......
Remnants Flannelettes,
10c values
Remnants Apron Glng-
. hams, 7c values .......
"Remnants 32-Inch Shirt
ing Ginghams, 15c val.,
Romnants Longcloth, 36
Wide, 12c values,
Remnants Poplins, plain
and striped, 25c values,
Five Grand Silk Specials
ShfWH Hire ftr Friday's Selling
JB9jp to 75c All Silk Messalines, in every,
wonted street and evening shade, Oft ft
nlso silk satin foulaVds etc., at, yd.. . .M.OC
,27 to 40 Inch Dross Sillcs, plain and fancy
weaves in messalines, taffetas, tub silks,
foulards, bengaline, etc.', regular Rftfk
value? to $1.25 yard, choice, yd wBw
85c Quality" Corduroys 30 inches wide;
navy, brown, tan, garnet, Copenhagen,
irietelax, etc., choice of 25 pieces; at . .58c
n,m tit. tin Tt.ou ftlltra nt. nflf a. Yard Includ-
Ing 40-inch 8.11k poplins and all silk crepe de chlue.
36-infch all silk peau de solo, chiffon taffetas and
satin Duchess; on' sale ak yard - ..... . ,- '98
Imperial AU Silk Dress Messallnea 36 inches wide,
all choicest colorings; ai, yaru ooc
Beautiful New Wool Dress
Fabrics at Greatly Btliw Werth Friday
A superb assortment of weaves anl color
ings for selection in this sale. Serges, pana
mas, whipcords, Bedford cords, black and
whitp checks and fancy plaids, striped nov
eltieSj ratines, etc., 3Glo 40 ins. QQ JQ
wide, values to $1.00, choice. . . wOC-WG
78c and 98c Fine "Wool Dress Fabrics
regular values up to $1:25 yard. Big assort
ment of the new weaves and plain serges,
cheviots, vicunas, etc.
New Fall Dress Fabrics In plain and novelty ef
fects, Including wool cropgs and Bedford' cords, 52
ln. all wool serges,. 4 2iln. fancy. Brocades, etc.; none
wbrth less than'$1.26.a yard up; at, yd .98
Ovor ISO pieces of Fine Clonklngg Astrachans,
plaid backs, chinchillas, semi-rough effects; at, a
yard 81.50 Up
Four Rousing Notion Specials in the Domestic Room
Made to sell up to 10c
yard, n two lots, yd.
at ... . 2VzC and 5c
One big lot of regu
lar 10c values, at,
choice 5c
Full 200 yard perfect
!6 cord machine thread
Friday, 2 spools. 5c
100 yd. Standard sew
ing silk, 3 spools llQe
A great, snap.
. ., 72v tmU' i'" " "- " I' o ir-
NTn limif. nti anV of these articles. .Ydu can buy wholesale or retail. Don't $nl to t'akd
advantago of these naps. ...
Barbour's Linen" Thread, 200 yards," black Laces "and Embroideries, made to sell at 0c
or white, at, per sppoV ..... . . lCw to 35c, at, yd. 2, 7Cf lOc and 9c
Underwear Spec'ls
ii Domestit Room
Men's Lambsdown Fleeced Under
woar, all sites, shlrtsand draw
ers; regular $1.00 values. .J0ti
ChlldreBi's Fleece Lined Under
wear, all sires, shirt and' draw
ers, 36c values at 35 d
Ladies' Fleece Uned Underwear
Vests and pants, 60c. values, 30d
Bois Flannel Wilstslnlue and
gfey, all slies, 76c .values; 49
Men's Fleece" LJne'd -Uudcrjwear, all
slzee,, shlrta and drawers, 50c
values at 35S
Ladles' Medium Weight -Ribbed
Union Suits, $1.00 values,.
Men's, Ladies'5 and Children's
Hose, all sires, 12 c values, at,
pair ,
Men's Wool Underwear, all 8lrea,
shirts arid drawors, $1.00 values,
special ...... .75
Men's Wool Sweater Coats, worth
S1.50, In grey and dark grey
special 984
$1 Picture Frames 48e
1,000 beautiful 14x24 pic
tures in 2-inch oak frames.
Subjects are landscapeXpas
torals, marines,' fruits and
old masterpieces, Jftfs
regular $1.00 values..,. .OC
Boys' and Men's
Special-In Domestic Room Friday
Boys' 2-pleco Suits, Norfolk stylo
and double breasted, good fall
weight, alL alzos, good' line col
ors, values to $3.50. .. .$1.95
Doys' Knee Pants, mixtures and
corduroys, good weight, 76c val
ues - . "49
Young Men's 3-nlpce Suits, med
ium and heavyr weight good line,
of colors, all sizes, values $7,50,
at $5.00
Men's Suits, an assorted lot to
clean up, values to $10, $6.50
Women's Ready-to-Wear
Women's and 'Misses' One-pleco
Dresses, all new fall Btyles -in,
serges, corduroys,, wool mixtures,
values up to $10.00 ....$5.00
Women's New Fall Suits, -all latest
styles, serges and wool mixtures,
values to $15.00 $10.00
Women's Long Coats, assorted lot,
values up to'$lp.00 .$4.95
Manufacturers' samples of Chil-
'.dren's Winter Coats, all styles
and colors, valuea up to $3.98,
at $1.50
Women's long fleece lined Kimo
nos, good styles,' values to $1.50,
at $1.00
Women's House Wrappers, per
cales, assorted colors and sizes.
$1.00 values Cg
Women's Outing Flannel Skirta
85c values 25
Sateen Waists, all bIzos and as
sorted colors and patterns, $1.00
values 79
Women's Gingham Aprons, 25o
values i .. .19
Friday Linen Specials
Imported Belfast Satin Danipsk, full bleach,'
$2.00 values, yard . $1.50
Full size Dinner Napkins to match, pure flax,
worth $5.00, d&zen ." $4.50
Imported BelfnBt Satin Damask, . grass
bleached, all lmon; wor(kl.50 a yard. . $1
Dinner Napkins to match, full Bize, pure flax,
worth $5.00 a dozen, at i $3.50
Bisnkets ind Comforters
Oood size tan Cotton Blankets, $1.00 values, '79V
Medium size Cotton Blankets, 59c values. .. .S9
Beacon Blankets, good size and weight, grey with
blue and pink borders, $3.00 values, . . .$2.50
Gray Cotton Blankets, size 70x80, good weight,
$1.96 values .. . . .$1.50
Saxony 60x80 all 'wool gray Blankets, good weight.
$6.60 values .., ,. $4.75
Large size uomroriers, gooa weignt, values
, fpr 95t
Others from 494 to $12.50
' 71, , '
October 4th
: ' Our. Savings Department will closely
C:vivafc 6 P. M on Saturdays, obser-'
t ;viig the regular hours, 10:00 A.JVU ' r '
1. :C?:n'A" T ..TIT J -I . ' iL A .
lu o;uu r, .uuwng tuts wgck. -
Hardware Bargains in Domestic Room
Shlnola or 3-ln-l 8boe Polish 5J
10c pkg. Sun Stove Polish. . . .5d
15c Ideal Flour Selves 5J
Good Kindling Wood Hatchets
.for 19ti
Large size White Enamel Wash
Bowls , 15 i
Heavy Steel Mall Boxes . . . -lOti
Fancy hoavy tin Cake Moulds. 5i
10c Cake Tumors 5d
Set of 3 knives peeling, cake and
bread knife, worth 36c. . . 10J
10c Can Openers .5S
10c fancy nickel plated Stove Lid
Litters 55
Best extra heavy Fire Shovels. 5
Shoe Brushes 19
Any size grey enamel Wash Basin
for '. 5
Epamol Bread Pans LO
55c size Enamel Rice Boiler 39
lit listiR Ftri Sale
China Scctiii friday
300 beautiful Boston Ferns, sold
everywhere.' for $1.00 and $1.50;
special for -this eale, each. .50fij
C-jn, and 7-ln. Jardenleres in sov
eral different patterns to Beloct
from, each 39
8-ln. Jardeieres, in ivory, matt
green, brown; big value... 754
HaydcnY Grocery Prices Mem Saving if 25 fe 50 to the Pee:
ft tf OmiM Highest QHiiiiy, Frethest Sieis ni iwgnl Stacks.
20 lbs. best Granulated Bugar. . .11,00
4-lb- sack best ilh grade Diamond
H Flour 1'V
4 lbs. fancy Jaran Rice, 10c quality,
for a..S5o
5 Iba. ba white or yellow Cornmeal
for t -JVio
6 lbs. best bulk Laundry Starch. .&o
The best Domestic Macaroni, VermU
relll or Spanhettl, pkr. 'Mo
Advo Jell. Jellyron or Jello, pkx., Tho
McLaren's Ve'anut Butter, lb. ..WHO
Lib. cans Assorted. Soups Ttto
Qrape-Nuts, pksr. JOo
K. C. Corn KlAkeM. pkg-. .....8o
Largo bottle Worcester 8aUce, rur
Tomato Catsup or Pickles, assorted,
klltdl. hntll. oUo
Tall cans Alaska Salmon loo f
2-lb. cans fancy Sweet Sugar Cofn
for TMo
3.1b. cans dolden PumpUIn, Hominy.
Flquash or Bauer Kraut 10o
4-lh. pkc Star Naptha Washlnr Pow.
der for ITHo
Peters' Breakfast Cocoa, lb. SOo
Kxtra fancy Utah Elberta Teestone
Peaches, per crate, ...-v 70c,
i-basbee crates Italian Blue Plums.
for 1.05
The best Carton Creamery Butter.
per lb. ., 39o
The best pulk Creamery Butter,. per
lb. , 330
The btst Country Creamery Butter."
per lb." 3lo
The. best No. 1 Dalrj'-Butter, lb..28o
Neufchatel Cheese, each .3o
J?ull Cream Wisconsin Cream Cheeie,
per lb. A .ISO
Imported Swiss or ltoquefor Clieese,
per lb Mo
1 lbs. Rood Butterlne. .-. .35o
Oood Table Butterlne, lb ITHo
Fancy Table Butterlne, equal toU'
creamery butter, lb v.85o
Souvenirs free with every pouna of
iuuiset or uwka roa
Red River Karly Ohio Potatoes, best
quality, 15 lbs. to the peck.. age
Fancy . Holland Seed Cabbage, lb .3Hc
Frenh Beets, Carrots, Parsnips or
Turnips, lb. DKo
3 heads fresh Leaf Lettuce .'.Co
4 bunches fresh Radishes Bo
Red or Yellow Onions, lb. 3Ho
Fancy Capo Cod Cranberries, per
quart ,. 7H"0
2 large Soup Bunches ,..6c
2 large Bunches Salsify for So
Fresh Horseradish, lb sWo
Large Cucumbers, each. .7Vio-and &o
Fancy Ripe Tomatoes, lb BUo
llad LeUuce, per head 7H
j'icsii iwLver Luuiuigwer, 1D.....1QQ
Fresh Denver Beans, lb 150
2 stalks Fresh Celery. 60
Xarge Baaketa rancy Tokay Orapes
or .. , 550
",y, Try HAYDEN'S First Pays

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