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SKILLED AERONAUTS COMING
nny Expert! Detailed to Conduct
Balloon Exoeriment Here.
MAST FLIGHTS WILL BE KADI
Stadeats aa laerraetea-a ! Waal,
era Dlvlalaa at Mcaal Cwraw Will
Wltaeee aa Taka Part la
Aeronautical expertmente to be con
ducted by the Signal corpa at Fort Omaha
from My n to a will brine to thla city
some, of the most prominent ballooniata
in the tnlted State army. Off! Cera in
charge declare that the flight will pray
the moat Interesting of any yet attempted
by Uncle 8am.
Fort Omaha la the aeronautical nation
of the western division of the army and
all Instructor and students of this branch
of the signal corps will attend. Definite
Plans of Instruction have been con over
and prepared by the officer in charge
and notice received from Fort Leaven
worth of the men detailed from that post
to take part.'
Majwr Reber la Caarae.
Major Famuel Reber of New Torn, an
instructor of the army signal corn, and
vice president of the Aero Club of
America, will be here to taka charge of
the flights and superintend the courses
of instruction. Major Reber ha charge
of that department of the Aero Club of
America that arrange for flights and
I an authority on ail form of air craft
In present and prospective use. H will
be at the post during the entira tiro the
course of Instruction extend.
Besides Major Reber, fifteen commis
sioned officers of the signal corps of
Fort Leavenworth are ordered to travel
to Fort Omaha and be present during the
laatlv aad Free Ballaaaa.
At lease one captive and one of the free
spherical balloons at the poet will be used
for Instruction purposes. The dirigible
is in a good condition and likely It will be
brought Into aervlce sometime during the
week. The post ha a total of four bal
loons. Including the dirigible, which an
considered to be sufficient for a..
Beside the flights school will be es
tablished for the study of signalling from
air craft. The us of wireless telephony
and telegraphy and the care and prepara
tion of a hydrogen gas station will be
studied In regular art courses. Lecture
along the line will be given by the
Instructor In charge.
The beginning of the course of instruc
tion will be signified wltb a balloon
ascension the afternoon of May 17. After
that event the balance of the month will
be devoted entirely to aeronautical drill
The Instructors and students ordered
fiom Fort Leavenworth for Instructions
st 1 t Omaha are:
Captain George K. Mitchell, signal
corps, acting director of the army signal
First Lieutenant J. 0. htanborgrj. third
Captain George a, Olbbs, signal corns;
Captain Holland Babottom. algnnl corps;
Captain Parker Hltt, signal corpa, and
Captain Alvin C. Vorls, signal corps,
First Lieutenant Frank 8. Bowen,
Twentieth Infantry; Jamas O. Taylor,
Eighteenth Infantry: Glrerd L. Mo
Entee, jr.. signal corps; David L. Roscoe.
First cavalry; Burt W. Primps, Twenty
seventh infantry; Howard R. Smelley.
Eighth ' cavalry: Charles Aa Dravo,
Twenty-first Infantry: Karl truesdell,
signal corps: Second Lieutenant Edmund
R. Andrews, Seventeenth Infantry, all
Feast of Weeks to
Shsbuoth, the Ttest of Weeks." also
called the "Feast of the First Fruits,"
this year, according to the Jewish calen
dar, fall on the eve of May S and will
he observed at Tempi Israel. Rabbi Conn
In charge of the services.
8habuoth derives It name from the
seven week, which elapsed between the
departure of the children of Iarael from
Kgypt and their arrival al ML Sinai. The
time was the, .early ban eat season and
historically it carries one back to the
promulgation of -the ten commandments
when Israel accepted the new moral code
and religious legislation and was aroused
for the first time to the consciousness of
Its new spiritual task and destiny.
As time has passed, Rhabuoth ha gained
a stronger and more impressive bold by
entwining its symbolism about the Im
pressionable child and baa become the
cxcaalon for confirmation In the Jewish
At Temple Israel this year the first
service of Shabuoth will be held next
Tuesday night. Rabbi Coha officiating
and delivering tha aermon, the hour hav
ing been fixed at o'clock. Wednesday
morning service will again be held, at
which a das of nine children will be
confirmed. They are Edythe Castle man,
COT South Tenth street; Elisabeth Jan
Hart, fist 8bermaa avenue: Sara Alex
ander Rubinstein, Xtt California street
Irene Schlffer, Ml Webster street;
Michael Goldsmith. 804 Sherman avenue;
Emanuel Green, TO Park avenue; Isaac
RuMrt and Leon Rudolph Schlank. 221
Webster street, Omaha, and Salle Rotholx.
tm G street. South Omaha.
Aldrich Fails to
. Show Up for Meeting
Governor Aldrich because of executive
businee failed to appear In Omaha to
attend the meeting- of the Commercial
dub yesterday, wbea the Illinois state fir
marshal. C. J.' Doyle, (poke on "Fir
Wast and Fir Prevention.'
He sent his representative. C. N. Ran
dall. superintendent of the Board of State
MASONS LET CONTRACT
FOR THER NEW HOME
The contract for the erection of the
new Masonic temple. Twentieth and
Douglas streets, has been awarded to
Gould, a Sons, who have offices In the
Faxtoa block. Excavation for the build
ing will be started immediately. The tem
ple will meaaure Main feet and cost
Now See Things in
a Different Light
City Clerk Tom Ftynn is enjoying a
laugh at the expense of Commissioner A.
C Kugel of the street cleaning and main
tenance department The laugh I also
on Thomas McOovera and J. B. Hummel,
When the old council on January fo
rt ructed Street Commissioner anyna to
spend not more tha? one-fifth of ha
allotment In any on month he objected
and objected more strenuously when they
later naasid a resolution directing him to
spend no money for street work until the
council had authorised him to do so by
Flynn pointed out that he had to meet
emergency repair problems promptly.
The council couldn't are it and told him
when he wanted washout filled or cul
vert replaced to aak them for a resolu
tion and If they saw tit he would be al
lowed to make the repairs
Lea Bridges and Fred Schroeder ob
jected to thla resolution, but toe other
members of the council voted for it
Last night the new commissioners unan
imously rescinded it. upon the motion of
Commissioner Kugel. who discovered
that It was too great a handicap and
anyway did not hitch with commission
Flynn say he' completely vindicated
for ever having objected. The commis
sion agreea. for he has been promoted
from a ROW Job as street commissioner
to the city clerkship at X1.S08 a year, and
In this capacity la really an advisory
committee of one with the special duty
of seeing that proper parliamentary de
Bid Adieu to Their
Old School House
School - children and teachers Joined
fores In paying a farewell tribute to the
old Castellar school, on of the oldest
schools In the city yesterday, which
la to be torn down during the summer and
replaced by a modern building, which Is
now under construction at Seventeenth
and Martha streets Singing, recitations.
folk dances and dramatlaatlona of Long
fellow "Hiawatha" constituted the tare-
Every pupil from the we little tots to
those of tha higher trade played an Im
portant part In the exercises. In each
room in the building an entertainment
was held. The lower grade sang appro
priate songs and the older students gave
Interesting recitations, dealing with his
torical event of the Greek and ancient
Roman and those of the early days of
their own nation.
The school was decorated In a magnifi
cent ay with flowers, fern and large
paper streamer. A large number of
proud parent were in attendance to see
their children auk their Prat bow bsfor
the public. , . ,
In the school yard a May pol dano
was given, nd w followed by folk
dance In which nearly all the children
Slight Damage is
Noted in the Wheat
"Wheat has been damaged In spots be
cause of the last week of cold weather,
and several acres of wheat planted Itun
fsll on my land I have had plowed up to
put Is corn," said at. B. Seeley of L
share. Saunders county. Neb., stopping
at the Merchants.
"It ha not been cold enough to affct
wheat ordinarily, but some which looked
to be m good condition a week ago has
been killed. We had two . nlihta thla
week that baa touched freexlng, and 1
believe tha ktUIng of wheat has been due
ts this. The percentage of loo I ahouid
Judge wouM run about M par cent"
To Dissolve the laloa
of stomach, liver and kidney trouble and
cur biliousness and malaria, take Elec
tric Bitter. Guaranteed. Only 60c. For
sale by Beaton Drug Co,
style yoa I
lie better and I
uf buy by name I
If PAD CORD II
Q Holds jour todc II
smooth as your lj
U Laia 2Sc T
1A OJL IA, MM X
eternal Frost Co., urne. Bos-roe.
SiseiesS'rs Trtvt OWy B"
S. H. Stamps Free With All Purchases
HiL YE . dmstmm How About That New
nuts, Mrnw iijhs, miianm nats, luun
inoof Hats; it matters not the size, kind
lyle you want, you will find it here. To give you an idea
1 prioing --SoTt and stiff lints in nil of the newest styles
;trong lines at $2 and $2..'0; high grade straw lints in all
newest summer, 1912, shnnes, l, $1.50, $2, $2.50 and $3;
GENUINE PANAMA HATS at to. ls.60 and . which la conairtcrable lea than you can buy the aame qualities
for at any other store; men rain-proof hat In grey or tan hades, 60c to f l.zb; men's raps at 6UC to 11.26.
Men's new plain or plaited boaom
coat shirt of the newest patters;
color are guaranteed strictly fast If
properly bandied;- amply cut, accu
rately proportioned, perfect-fitting
and well made In every particular;
$1.00 and 11.60 each, according to
1.50 high grade madras roat
shirts, with French cuffs and soft
collars to match; apeclally priced
for Saturday at (I. IS. ,
Men' new wash ties, in strictly
fast colors, Saturday, 15c each, or
two for JSc
Men's and boy' high gratlc belta,
35c, 60c and 7&e each..
Men'f invisible aunpenuVrs, 6c.
- Men's 36c silk lisle hone In all
colors, Saturday s special price, 2uc
Men's ZSc rornbed ataro hose,
19c the pair, or three pairs for 60c.
Men 'a high -grade balbrlggan
shirts and drawers, Saturday only,
2 so tha garment ,
Men fine $1.00 Sea Island rot
ton union suits In blur, white and
ecru color; all lies; Saturday 6e
$1.00 Porosknlt union suits, 6.
Men's Porocknit shirts and draw
ers, Saturday only, 36e the garment.
i "Rttestie" union suits with tha
I new closed crotch; perfect fitting
and finished like a $2.00 garment.
one of the best values we ever of
i fnred at $1. the suit. Make It a
point to sea them Saturday or tha
1 first time you are in tha store.
Bennett Hand Tailored $11 E.
Gia4c for Men and Young Men Are Not 11 v )
Equalled In Omaha at ...... AAW
Here's a men's clothing store that isn't "just out for the meney"--and it might be well
to mention In this connection that many a man Is dissatisfied with his clothes because he picks the wrong
store rather than the wrong suit Choosing the store Is more Important than choosing the suit for at the right
tor. you are bound to gat tha right suit no matter which one Is selected.
Men who travel around and who know business conditions tell us that ours Is one of the most popu
lar clothing stores in the central west And If there Is one thing above another that has brougm iuis
about it la the quality of our $16.00 suits. MEN HAVE FOUND OUT THAT THKSB SUITS MORK
THAN MAKE GOOD THE CLAIM FOR THEM equal to the suits you get in most stores at $6.00 or
more in price. They are hand tailored throughout -even to tha buttonholes. All site, all fabrics, all
styles. Also, tha suits at $11.60, J1$.00, $10.00 and $26.00 are equally good In their class.
Clothes for Young Men
"National Student" clothes are
proving to be about the most pop
ular ot all with the young men ot
Omaha. For they really nave th'
anap and go a young man wants
and do aatlsfy Serges and fancy
fabrics In great varieties and
often only one of a kind. $7.60 to
$16 ir you buy them at this store.
Sale this Saturday
There are peg-top and regular
styles in this assortment, for
both men and young men. Tha
materials are of an extra quality
and come In colors and patterns
that are best adapted to wear with
other coats. All sites and values
ranging up to $4.00-dlvlded Into
two lota and priced for Saturday
$1.50 and $1.95
Boys Wool Suits
Up to $8.50 Values fl? l n C
AU wool JUHterials, ele-, 5jl J
gtfntly tailored, in single and r
double brehsted styles.' The '
sizes range from eight to seventeen years.
One lot of boys' $6,0(1 all wool suits with an -extra
pair of pants to match, . '
all siies, on ssle Saturday at. . p3.39
A small lot of boys' summer suits of excellent
wool materials, all alsea, values up to $4.00, now
marked at $1.93 and a.0, for your choice.
Boys' blouse walsts-the
40c kind, Saturday, arte.
Hoy' naMi suit m aailur
t Russlsn blouse styles;
made only of tub-tested
fabrics, to $1.60 values.
Saturday, 40c A 80c, ac
cording to former prices.
Children's cloth and
felt hats, worth up to
$1.00, to close, Saturday,
Boys' khaki pant and
blouse waists the very
thing for a boy's vacation
ROSES, worth J 6c and $1.00
the doien, Saturday,
CARNATIONS, worth 60e and
76c the doien, Satur- Q
day, at... ...ZfC
Huffet chocolate, worth 60c
the lb., Saturday, 2W. Chocolate
peanut blocks, worth 4c the
lb., Saturday, 83c. Freah toasted
mamhrnallows, worth 30c the
lb., Saturday, 30c.
Some Knit Underwear is Reduced
Sots' rorosknlt skirts with hl(h
necks and short sleeve and draw
ers In Rne length styles, refulsr
JSc grade, Saturday, 17.
Beys' Voreskatt kae Waftk
naloa salts with high necks and
short sleevee: white only slightly
Imperfect, but wearing eualitle
are not impaired 0c values, Sat
Women'. laes trills vests
with low necks and no sleeves;
values up to 2 Sc. Saturday, wbils
they last. ltVi each.
Misses' llr weight, whit rib
sea aaioa salt. In slse 4, and
I: knee length styles with low
necks and sleeveless; 2ic value,
Wemea'a Jersey rlbaed. lew seek,
alaevates aniea salt. In umbrella
atyles; torchon lace trimmed: all
else fron: 4 to Inclusive: regular
6 0 valuea, Saturday, as.
W oB-es's rise rib, saw swab,
ahysvelosa voate, in sises 4, a. and :
an extra good qualtty; priced for
Saturday only at S-ve each.
Gloves and Hosiery
Women a fast black, full regular made,
light weight, extra fine gauge silk stock
ing. wiyi Hal) tops, lisle soles and high
spliced heels to help out tha wear- IPl
In qualities; excellent values, at..b91
o of . fin lisle thread; ll-fht blJIe,
Dink tana, efe I mnh .- . . -
priced at. tha pair vM.UU
w-' ailk Uale steewlnfs. In medium,
light t a cobweb we-tuhta, full regular
made and Ilermsdnrf dyed; have r -t
double eolea, heel and toes; pair. .-"-'C
Several haaer4 pair of wemea'a ssmtiU
Moekta', in a large range of colors as
well aa black and whit; up to 10c - I
valuea at, the pair --C
Wexeea's tS-kattoa length ftae Mask Ual
gloves unexcelled for service, specially
priced to Baturday'a shoppers, 4Sc
Women who are in the habit of paying 19.50 to
$25.00 for a fine tailored suit surely wont object to pay
ing $9.05 for these. They're worth every rent of the
first named prices but misfortune on the uOl ..
nart of the makers and rood fortune on Aviiv.
our part in being able to handle the en
tire lot enables us to offer you
Actual $19.50 to i
$25 Values at .
Very wnnrt looking and well made
garments in every particular.
Mostly plain tailored styles of sum
mer weight, sirijied suiting or tan
and gray mixtures. There will be a
slight charge for auy necessary
alterations but the size range i so
complete we think we will have no
trouble in satisfactorily fitting both
women and misses.
Knr iuHi of
flirt, w o r a t t) a.
and twAtviia; $2. 40
and $.O0 value.
For novelty M
colored and fapcy
mixture suite; il
to l values.
Saturday Coat Specials
One lot of women's and m Imps' Ian and navy serge and nov
elty coats In various styles aud coloring, extraordinary 1.50
values, while they Isst, 918.90.
Plain tailored, black and nary serge In extra slses-41 to 61
inches bust measure-very specially priced at S12.S0 for choice.
j ,.,. j,ts $3.95
A email lot of tlies. suits to
close, la offered for Raturdey'a
selling. They are n.ade of black
and white ithephord checked ma
terials and com in lsea II and
It only. Formerly priced at
11 04 each.
Wool Drese Skirts
About one hundred wool drent
iiltlrta In plain lilark, navy and
ian and various mixture; ex
.iresafK in ua by our Mw York
iuyr; will go on aala Aalurday at
li M. The vaiufta ran up to
i.t0 and all are now alylra.
Silk Dresses at $14.95
Nw meesalln allk dresse In
plain colors and hsndaoine atrlped
patterns are very reasonably
priced at 114. Hi. Conie In high
and low neck atyle with pep
lunte and apron fronts and becks.
White Voile Dresse.
Whit vull draiia In low nck
lac trtn.md atyr promt to
b anion r aumiiier' mot fav
ored varment. Horn of thoa
w )iow hav noat. woven blat-k
trip. $7.6 to 110.01) as th
quality, workmanship and trlm
$1.50 Walsf at 95c
Here's an assortment that will
meet th need of all. Plain
tailored waist and lingerie
walata In high and low neck
styles, with long or abort sleeve
nd with or without peplunia;
beautifully trlmn.med with lace
and embroideries: the kind we
slways sell et II. I reduced for
Heturday selling to sic each.
All alaea la th lot
One lot of cravenetted coata
In atrlped designs and plain
colore; reals that regularly sell
up to I IMS on aals Datarday
Lingerie Dresses. $9.95
A wide selection of beautiful
lingerie (Ire.ees In low neck otyles,
elegantly trimmed with lace aad
embroideries: regular HISS val
uea, Saturday, t.i.
Sample Pre ansa. $4.95
One lot of sample dresses of
Ilk, chiffon, vollo and lingerie
materials, worth up to S 1 6.0. will
be closed out Saturday at It S.
Those who come early will find
a nuet uleaalng aasoruiienl of
tyle ana color luge.
$3.93 Silk Walett, $1.93
Taffeta and messallne allk
walata. In a good range of colur
Inga and atylee. that ordinarily '
aell at 18.11, are priced for 8atur.
day at 111. Aa the quantity -I '
limited, early choosing Is specially
Middy Norfolk Waists
Whit Middy-Norfolk walat
In misses' alsea only, finished '
with contrasting collara and cuffa,
specially priced at lie each.
Hcally worth not lea than ll.ie.
A new lot of allk messallne
underskirts which will appeal to
women deairlng a good allk under
aklrt at a moderate price haee
Just been received. All colors to
choose from. The price-only
49c and 59c for a New
Corset This Saturday
- Although the prices are very low, you will find
In theae corsets the same style llnea aa Is the
higher priced models, and If wa are not greatly
mistaken those who come will buy several pairs
for house and street wear.
None Worth Lest Than 75c-
On Sale Saturday at
59c and .
Girdle top with extra long skirt or medium
bust styles with very long hip conflner. Made
ot a good quality coutil and boned with non
rusuble boning, which makes them an Ideal
corset for summer wear.
There's a jaunty air about
the new spring and summer
pumps, colonials and oxfords
that appeals to every woman.
"Dorothy Dodd" shoes
have the happy faculty of
not only feeling and fitting
well, but "going" well with
the lafest dress fashions. YouH have no dif
ficulty in finding here styles to harmonize with your
new spring costumes. t
Pure Food for Your Sunday Dinner
Quality for Quality, More for a Dollar Than a Dollar Will Buy Elsewhere.
A aire, line of HOMK
MADK Bread. Plea,
Cakes, Doughnut aad
Pant rieaosT Male 8ats
day In Pure Vood Mure
Assorted teaa and 75
stamps, lb etc
Tea slftings and 10
tamos, lb 15c
t-lb. can Bennett's
. t'apltu. baMkp .
der and 100 stamps
Bennett' Capitol flour,
Bennett's Best coffee
and 20 at'pa, lb., SSc
t lbs. Bennett's Best
coffee and 60 stamp
17 lbs. Granulated
Sugar for $1.00
reaasery batter l he
finest butter made
anywhere In l-lb.
biicka of guarante-.l
full weight, 8t'u4
rrssaly laid cwan
try egg, apeclally
prlt-ed for haturday
10-lb. bag white coca
meal for 90c
Three large cans Cot
lag milk aad 10
Large bottle Blue
Label catsup and 20
Pint cast Gaillard's
pure olive oil re
duced to 40c
Onion salt and 2'i
stamps. Jar 3V
Full cream cheese sn.1
10 sumps, lb. ...22c
2-lb. roll Premium but
tcrine for 42e
Bennett's Capitol ex
tract and 20 sumps.
24-lb sack "Queen of
the Pantry" pastry
flour and 40 stampa
3 lbs. haad-ptrked
navy be ana for 25c
3 pkga. Toasto corn
flakes and 10 sumps
Large can Bennntt'a
Capitol pears aad 20
sumps for 2Sc
lion-. x.'rd'a" .. 1 i i
10 stamps, can . .15c
As ai: eira ayvti u to- only we
will offer a peck of Fresh Spinach for only Sc.
On account of the low price none will be de
livered and no telephone orders accepted.
Two large heada plain lettuce for 5c
Six bunchea of fresh radishes Ac
Three hunches fresh rhubarb for ........ .Be
Flva bunches young spring onions . .....8c
I Three large cucumbers 10c
, Fancy n'W Htd potito.-a. 4 lbs. for S-V
Fancy solid cabbages, the lb 4c
i Texas dry onions, lb Sc
Large juicy lemons, per doxen 20c
18 bars "Beat AJ1- seas for Me
Tlire can Eagle Ly and IS tsmpa
Uaple butter and I stamps, ran, ate
pag. Utar and Crescent macaroni
and IS atampa as
Peanut butter and IS a tarn pa. Jar.'ia
PORK BUTTS .12Vic
POT BOAST. ...... Uyt, 10c
LAMB LEGS .111,0
VEAL BOAST. . .. 12 Vic, 10c
HAMBUROEB, 3 pounds
YOUNG CHICKENS. . .14y,c
PORK CHOPS... 15c
8V-lb. pk. LEAF LARD
M0RRELL HAMS 18y,c
COUNTRY SAUSAGE, 2 lbs.
NO. 1 LEAN BACON. . .17tf
(Prom 7 to 9 P. M.)
PORK CHOPS liy,c
JJv art' amok Permit. cents.
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