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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, FEBKrARY 21, 1913.
BOYS' CIRGUSSTARTS FRIDAY
Plained Wild Animals on Exhibi
tion for Two Days.
Reform marvelous stunts
hren PfrfnrmmirM to Ilr Olvrn,
One Krlilnr NlRht, Sntnrdny
Afternoon unit Sntnrditr
. Ther will be three performances of the
'4boy Burlesque circus nt the Young
lllen's Christian association today and
Saturday. The side show starts at 7:15
tt. m., and the main show will begin
orty-ftve minutes later. At the Saturday
tnatlnee the slde show will open at 2;30
p. m., and the main show nt .15. The
'tjlde show claims to have a startling and
rtupendous exhibition of freaks, animals
And monstrosities from unexplored parts
f the globe.
The program for the main show Is as
Overture, "Calves' Ears nnd Musty
Cans," by The In Peril Hungry orchestra,
A v.. Knton. director.
Grand Khtree of Painted Pageantry, by
ine enure iroupe. .... , ,
HlDiKxIromo races and trained animal
antics. A. V. Miller, rlngmnnter.
Drill Zealous Zulu Zouaves, by grade
nchool "C" boy, J. Trultt Maxwell,
Comedle Unique Introducing cute, enp
tarlnK, caterwaullInK clowns In "The
Hungry Clown." -The Yacht Race," 'The
-Obsequies" and "Dicky Dearmont Terrl
tlo Slide for Utt." , . , .
"The Athletic." a drill by grade school
A" boys Illustrating the sprint, shot
put. base ball, foot ball, fencing, boat
race, canoe race, awlmmlng. chinning,
dipping, wood-chop nnd calisthenics, J.
STrultt Maxwell, leader.
"Tho Agile." acrobatic ant and hot-lion-bar.
J. M. Slgler. B. T. Ireland and
r'ln?ricate Eccentricities. B. B. Liable
fend Elmer Khoden.
The Tip-top Tumblers from Topsy
Irurvy Land. R. Mnn Welker. director.
Gratid final. "The Amatlng I-obyrln-
The main show will last one hour and
Vorty-ftve minute, after which there will
be an exhibition of amphibious animals
'in the swimming pool. They will take
'part In tilting contests, tub races,
barrel raoes, flag races, etc
Personnel of lloya' Clren.
General manager. J. Trultt Majwell.
Assistant manager and property man,
t Distribution of tickets. W. 8. Pterson.
i llefreshments, James A. Noble.
lung master, a. w. ohiioi.
Pianist. J. Gilbert Jonen.
c. "Wesley Butler, ohalrm'anl A. B.
Lawrenco Harrington. Chairman.
Stanley DelrLh, Chairman.
Ten-Foot Giant. Walker Rule: Two
S"oot Dwarf, Harry Mills and Rosa
arnes Bearded Lady, Roderick La
tinet: flnake Charmer. Jesse Patty: Fat
litdy. Ellsworth Wood cook: Living
Skeleton; Leroy Buzard: Strong Man.
Vlovit Pavnteri Tattoed Man. Frank
Clark: Gass Eater, Tony Nlcatero; Dog
TTaxo Boy, Arthur Logan.
Clarence Darlow, Chairman,
Black Bear, Elmer Woodcook; Polar
Ueor, Herman Cohen; Lion, Ben Abra
hamson; Ostrich, Robert Strehlow; Rat.
George Rogers: Alligator, David Noble;
Frog, James Arrlngdale; Jumbo EHophnnt,
'Raymond Burgess and Herman Crowell;
Raby Elephant, Charles Burkman and
Tavld Prall: Giraffe. Roy Harpater and
Anthony Flags; Camel, Wllllard Raber
find frank Fox; aiauue, me itick iwuio,
Arthur Rouner and Chester Bruner.
MONKEY 8. .
Karem Camel, Harold Lindloy, Bryce
Crawford, John Pliltben, Herbert Ocltlnr,
Ferrand Sutherland and Harry Walker.
George McLafferty. chairman.
Earl Hayes, policeman.
V ATHLETIC DRILL.
J. Trultt Maxwell, director.
Raymond Burgess, Nicholas Mayme,
Phillip Jones.' Jesse Patty,
Roderick a Rock, Floyd Paynter,
Thurston Logan. 'Cook Hettinger.
J. Trultt Maxwell, director.
William Alley. ,
1'red- Bowser. ,
Leonard: irammang. Arthur Iogan.
Morris Ogle, Chester Slater,
Vivian Hover, Joyce Mehrens,
Arthur Paynter. Will Twlford.
R. IJnn Welker, director,
PEANUT AND POPCORN SELLERS.
Jamea Noble, chairman.
Charles Clement. Bennle Lake,
Alex. Crawford, Keith Xtey.
Gerald Henry, Clark Noble,
Bornle Holmqulst, Amoa Sedgeley,
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JCrs. lfioOarty'a Birthday.
Said Mrs. O'Brien to Mrs. McCarty,
Be shore to come to me birtli-ayparty.
I always use the flour that's right.
So my birthday cake will bet ery light.
Ol hlr tried many kinds of flour, you
But "Pride of Omaha" Is best ever
Mrs. J. Pease. 2012 Oak St.,
A 2Mb. Back of Updlke'u Prldo
of Omaha Flour free for every
jingle that we use for advertising.
A biscuit cutter sent to all who
mall Jingles. Write a Jingle and
mail Jingle Manager,
Updike Milling Co.
IP a Bachetjra are not excluded
from this contest 1
That Will Prove Beyond Ail Question the Superior
Value Giving of This Great Stoite
Every woman who conies to this store Friday will find her visit is greatly to her profit.
HAMPIjKS 2IJc EACH.
New spring dress goods
-as many as 10 pieces
or a kind
at each , . , .
50c ENGLISH MOHAIRS, 25c Yd.
.Remnants direct from the mills, a yard
to a yard and a half wide, all qualities
and lengths for waists, Bkirts or entiro
dresses, in white, hlack, brown, bines
and smoke color on Main
Floor, nt n yard
Mill samples of
serges and pan
and foulards, in
to one yard,
at each ....
WASH GOODS IN
Batistes, poplins, Jac
quards, chiffons, etc.
worth to 3 Be a yard
in .1 to &
at the yd. . .
SILK, 35c YARD
76c Mcssallnes, foul
ards, taffetas, etc.
-In one to five yard
at yd . . .
Sorgo 8, broad
etc., in rich colors
worth to I p
39c, base- "tP
ment, each. ... lUU
Thousands of Yards of Laces and Allovers Friday
Fanoy wash and trimming laces and insertions, ine vala, torohqm, oluny, chantilly,
embroidered batiste bands, floss silk embroidered net bands, all colons, an 'WC
endless variety n bargain square, worth up to 15o a yard, at yard . . .
REMNANTS AND SAMPLE PIECES OF ALL KINDS OF ALLOVER LACES.
Remnants of laco edges, insertions, bands, lace appliqties, medallions, etc,
your choice on big bargain square, at each
18 nnd 27-Inch em
orotdered Swiss, ba
tiste and cambric
flounclngs nnd cornet
worth up t
SOc, nt the
vard. j. . . . .
Fancy Silkollno rem
nants suitable for
d r a p ery purposes
and comfort cover
Cambric and nainsook
embroidery edgings and
Insertions neat de
slgna up to 7 inches
wide and worth up to
loo a yard
In lengths suitable
for kimonos and
No. 80 mcssallne rib
bons In white, pink,
light bluo and othor
popular shadcB oa
Remnants and odd lots
o f ruchlngs, laces,
braids, etc. In all
yard . ,
Fanoy print rem
worth B cents a yard
on sale fl 1
Barred and cheeked
dimities for chil
dren's dresses and
Double fold ppr
calo the 10c
quality from tho
yard . . .
White duck and
lengths for suits and
ginghams in now
worth up to m
One yard wide, in
light and dark pat
terns good, long
These Friday Linen Bargains Cannot Be Equaled
Those extra special Friday bargains can bo found in our Basoment Linen Department:
Mill ends of excellent table damask, V2 to 4-yard lengths 35c quality, at the yard 19o
Large, fine quaUtyknit Wash Cloths, regularlyworth 5c 1 doz to customer, each, .lc
Extra quality, mercerized Table Cloths with hemstitched border worth 1.50, ea., 89c
54-in., extra weight double fleece. Table Padding regular 50c quality, at yard 25c
Good, firmly woven, mercerized damask Dinner Napkins, worth $1 a doz., at doz. ..... 59c
In this last Item we limit tho sale to two dozen to a customer. Many other special values In thta section.
We invite you to
visit this store dur
ing the Omaha
Our many free con
veniences and attractions
will add much to the
pleasure ot your vltlt to
Brninurd: & Arm
strong's Wash Em
broidery slikB 1 n
Roman Floss All
colors regular prlc
3 sKcins ror
10c, at per
Tubing new floral
and conventional do:
signs the 50c qual
per pair, . , .
tions in Knitting
These" lessons are
very simple and in
will be a special dis
play ot tho newest
novelties made from
Friday's Special Shoe Bargains in Basement
Women's Smart, Service
able Shoes Tan and black
leather, in sizos up to 4Mi;
worth $2.50 to $4, ftl OP
at .the pair yl.LU
Girls' School Shoes
Tough vici kidskin with
patent tips and durable
solos sizes up nn
to 2, at tho pair.... I, UU
Women's Juliet House Slip
pers In. vici kidskin with
rubber heols, patent tips
and floxiblo soles flfln
at the pair uOU
Children's Shoes Trooper
and regular height stylos
with 'Qoodyear welted soles
sizes up to8 flQn
worth $L50, at.pr. ..job
Boys' School Shoes - Gun
metal calfskin in blucher
laco stylos sizes up to
13V on sale, spe- l QP
cial, at per pair. . ,,0
Infants' Shoes Soft kid
skin shoes with patent tips
in button and lace styles
specially priced Eflfi
in this sale, at pr UUU
Boys' Blouse Waists
Neat, well Tnade blouse
waists, slightly soiled,
$5 BOYS' SUITS, $2.S0
Dressy, serviceable, all wool
suits, splendidly made from at
traotivo, heavy weight fabrics
regular $5.00 suits,
on sale in basement.
Boys' Serviceable Shirts
Attractive patterns and
colors regular 50c
values, on sale
George Washington Birthday Novelties &?cci5"y
You can choose from hundreds of uniquo and distinctive ideas in Washington Birthday
novelties for party favors and table decorations in our candy dept. , Pompoian room.
Bolow are a few of the many clover ideas to bo found all marked at special prices.
hatchets filled with
cherries, each, 10c
Empty hatchets, at
cherry trceg at 5 c,
10c 15e to 25c
Small silk American
flags, at, oach.lOc
; George Washington
hatchets, to wear,
each lc, doz., 10(
hatchet fans . .5(5
American flag cigar
fans, each. . . . 5c
American flag pipe
fans, each 5
stick . pins, each. .5
Three Big Special Sales for Saturday
Women's Long and Short Kid Gloves, worth up to $2 pair The short OC p.!.
gloves are perfect - Some of tho long gloves have slight imicrfeetions, at. .030 I all
Women's Hosiery, Silk Boot, Lisle Threads Worth up to 50c, Q Pail
1,000 Women's Silk and Chiffon Waists, worth up to $7.50 each, at, each . ..$3.00
Wonderfully Interesting Sale Events to Economical Buyer
in the Friday Special Sales Here
Ml Winter Styles in Men's and
Hoys' Caps nnd lints on snle,
to clotc, nt a small fraction of
regular retail prices.
Don't You Fall to Seo Hnydcn's
A fully Kuaranteed steel carpet
sweeper, on sale I rloaj . . .ai.J
Equal to any $2-60 sweeper on the
Some Real Snaps in Quality Silks For Friday
42-inch All Silk, Fancy Chiffons lu
stripes, checks and bordered designs, 20
inch fancy silk poplins, plain taffetas,
fanoy silks, etc., values to $1.00 a yard;
to close, at yard .28c
59c Messalines, 38c All
silk in full line of street
nnd evening shades. A great
Beautiful Chiffon Dress Taffetas In both
plain and glace effects, a beautiful soft,
shimmering silk that sells regularly at
$1.50 a yardrs full 36 inches wide, Sale
price Friday, will be, at yard ,98c
75c Silks, 48c - Beautiful
27-iuch tub silks, including
fine imported H a b u t i a s.
$1.00 Blacks Silks, 78o
Messalines and Peau , do
Soie, also fine sa,tin Duch
ess, full 36 inches wide.
Fine Sheer India Linous
'nt, per yard 10c
I2V2C 15c and 25c
Fine French lawns for dain
ty dresses, at per yard,
10c, J5c, 30c, and" 59
All the new shades and
weaves In Ramies, at per
yard, 25c, 715c and ..81
Soft finished English long
cloths, at per yard, 10c,
12&c, 15c and....
Rousing Friday Specials in the
Most Desirable of
Wool Dress Fabrics
35 Pieces of French Serge and all
wool challies in every new spring
shade, special, at yard 49c
$1.00 Quality Diagonal Serges, wide
wove fabrics, 44 inches wide, very
special, at yard 75c
$1.25 All Wool Storm Serge, 54-in.
wide, 15 different shades, including
blues nnd blacks, on sale, at tho
Remnants of Wool Dress Goods, VA
to 0-yard lengths, values to 75c a
yard, at choice, yard 28c
Scotoh Ginghams, Ceas
er's French Ginghams,
Lorraine Egyptian Tis
sues, De Luxe Tissues,
and all at orte pi'ice,
per yard 25c
Toile du Nord, A. F. C. Red
Seal and all domestic dress
ginghams, at yard. 12
Embroideries, Dress' Trimmings, Fancy Goods & Notions
GREATLY BELOW ACTUAL RETAIL WORTH IN FRIDAY'S SALE.'
18-lncIi Ktnbrolilery Flouncing's, to
25c a yard values, at yard. .10i
-7-lncli Dress Flounclngs, 30c a
yard values, at yard 19d
45-lnch Dress Flounclngs, to $2.00
a yard quality, at yard. . . .QSd
15c All Linen Handkerchiefs,
Cc Children's Handkerchiefs, at
iiOc Taffeta IUbbong XOd
2oc Shopping Bags, at 19
10c Torchon liaces, a big assort
ment, at yard 5J
$2.00 Water Bottles, at. ...98(3
iiOc Tooth Brushes, for.... 10(1
25c Dress Trimmings, at. . . .1Q
20c Shadow Laces, at 10
15c Fancy Dress Buttons, on sale
50c Pleators at 25i
Gold ISyo Needles, paper.... 1
Cotton Tapes, In all sizes, at per
5c Darning Needles, a card, 2Vfc
5c Pearl Buttons, per doz. . 2
Sewing Thread, 200 yards, on sale
at spool 2J63
10c Lisle Elastic, per yard. .4
Friday Specials in Drapery
llenumnts of Drapery Materials
of all kinds that sold to 50c a
yard, Friday, at yard .. . . . 10d
One Lot of Striped Swisses 15c
a yard values, $G inches wide,
full bolts, at yard 5
One Lot of Colored Scrims Up
- to 40 inches wide, regular 25c a
yard values, at yard" . 12 V4 c
15c SIlkolincN 36 Inches wide,
on sale Friday, at .yard. .7
Oho Lot of 'Lace Curtains
White and ecru, 2 yards
long, special, at pair. . . .45(5
Brusselette Curtains That sold
at $1.50 a pair, white and ecru,
Friday, at pair Q8
$3.00 Brusselette Curtains
White or ecru, 3 yards long, on
sale at pair SI. 98
$1.00 Couch Covers 08 V
$2.50 Couch Covers. . .,.81,49
Friday's China Specials
Plan white sugars 1 H
and creams, per set.. IOC
Plain white and decorated pi'e
plates, bread and but- np
tor plates, 6 for . . . . uuC
Decorated and plain white vege
table 4dlshes, all -y r
sizes, each . .' JLUC
Japanese blue and white g"
cereal 'and berry bowls, OC
Colonial water glasses, k
6 for IOC
14-Inch Chop trays,
Remnants and New Wash Goods Off the Bolt
In tht Dimestic Roim Friday
Remnants of apron check glng
hams, 7c values. 5c
Remnants ot Pllsse cloth for un
derwear,, 12 c values. . . -lOd
Romnants of percales, light and
dark colors, 3C Inches wide,
12V4e values 7
Remnants of poplins, good colors,
valueB to 25c 12 J
Remnants of flannellettes, 8c
values, at 5c
Remnants of Serpentine crepe, 18c
Remnants of all kinds of wash
goods, worth to 15c, at....5c
Silk, striped poplins or voiles,
good patterns, 25c values,
Fancy dress Kinghams, good pat
terns, 12 c values ....8c
Pillow Cases,, well made, good
muslin, 42x36, 12c values,
Our special 72x90, ready made
sneets, 5Uc values 19c
Remnants of 36-Inch bleached
muslin, 8c values.... 5V4C
Simpson's prints, perfect goods,
all colors, 6c values.. 5 c
SUkolIne, good patterns .3 G Inches
wide, 15c values ........IOc
Black Satin, 30 inches wide, 18c
values, at 12Msc
Cheviot shirtings, plain or striper,
12o values IOc
Mill's and Boys' Clothing
POMESTIG ROOM FRIDAY
Men's brown and blue, diag
onal stripe suits, all good
styles and weight; ift
values to $12, at PU
Boys' Knickerbocker pants,
large assortment of color and
sizes; values IE'
to 75c, at ?r3C
Odd lot of boys' suits, assorted
colors and sizes tf 1 95
well made, choice.
Cloak aid Suit Dept., Domestic Room
Women's house dresses, all new, light colors, good styles, well made;
values to $1.00, at 59c
Women's black petticoats, vall good styles, with flounces; values up
to 75c, at 39c
Women's long winter coats, assorted colors and styles; caraculs and
cloth mixtures, values to $12.50, at S5.00
Children's dresses, good weight, assorted colors, values to 05c, your
choice ' 50c
Children's rompers, assorted colors, good weight 39c values., 25c
Women's dress skirts, an assorted lot, good styles and colors; values
to $3.00, choice, at 81.90
Women's white walsta, all new styles and patterns; values tq 95c,
choice, at - 39
( YOU'LL DO WELL TO STOCK UP FOR FUTURE NEEDS AT THIS SPECIAL SALE
'Sl.OO and $1.50 Laundered Shirts New spring
colorings and styles, nearly all samples, at 49c
$2.00 and $2.50 Shirts 8prlng styles, including
a splendid line of fine light flannel shirts, at
$1.45 and 08c
.Men's Linen Handkerchiefs Regular 15c values,
nt 3 tor 25c
Other specials, at 25c, 17c and 12'4c
Lined and UnHned Gloves Dress and work, val
ues to $2.00, choice, 08c and i....49c
Outing Flunnel Night Shirt Made to sell at 75c,
Friday, at 35c
Outing Flannel Pajamas Made to sell to $1.50,
on sale, at Q9
AH Wool Sweater Coats A big assortment of fine
garments, In 3 big lots, $2.08, $l.OH and.. 98c
25c and 50c Soclu Nearly all kinds and colors,
on sale Friday, at 25c and 12J4c
$1.50 and $2.00 Union Suits, 08c and 75 c
Itcg-ular $a.OO Union Suits, at S1.45
Fine All Wool Shirts and Drawers To $2.50
values, at 81.25
Men's Heavy Fleeced, Jersey ltlltbed Underwear
Shirts and Drawers, to $1 values, 40c and . .35c
HAYDEN'S MAKE THE GROCERY PRICES
For the People, Not a Few. A Saving of 2bco to 007 All the Tune.
S2 lbs. bent granulated Bugar.
10 bars ueai t.ni 11 ur im""
O Soap for 80
48-lb sack best high grade Diamond
II Klo'ur, nothing better for bretfd.
pies or cakes, per sack 51.10
10 lbs. beat rolled breakfast oatmeal,
for ." . "So
10 lbs. white or yellow cornmeal,
5 lbs. fancy Japan rice, 10c quality,
6 lbs best hand picked navy beans,
for 3 50
7-Crown Imported Figs, per lb., lSVio
I'lnt Jars pure strained Honey.. 8&o
Comb Honey, per rack 17tso
1- lb, cans assorted soups.. VH
Jello or Jellyoon. pkg. ... -7ia
2- lb. cans fancy string, wax, green
or I.lmn Heans Tor .7H
2-lb. cans fancy
3-ib. cans Golden 'Pumpkin. Hominy
or squashy for ...7ho
Peters lireakfast Cocoa, lb. ,...300
Yeast Koain. pkg 3o
K. C. Corn flakes, pkg. ....Bo
The best soda or oyster crackers, per
lb. .!. HO
Tall' cans Alaska Salmon ...... 8o
8 cans oil or mustard sardines. . .38c
BOOS ABX3 SOWN.
Tba best Fresh Egr. pr dox..30o
The best creamery butter, carton ir
bulk, per lb. Wo
The best country creamery butter,
per lb. 32o
The best No. 1 dairy butter lb. 28o
Good No. 1 dairy butter - 36
Extra Special Box Anols Smi.
(bushel boxes fancy Missouri l'lpplns
from Monterey, Colo., bo JI.00
bushel boxes fancy Yakima Valley
Jonathan apples, for Oi.50
Fancy Black Ling Apples, peck. .25c
The Vegetable Varkst of Omaba.
15 lbs. Karly Ohio Potatoes, nothing
Fresh Spinach, per peck ,..lSo
Large Head Dettuce, per head Bo
3 bunches fresh beets, carrots, tur
nips, shallots or radishes, at.,..10o
Hothouse Leaf Lettuce, 2 for..... Bo
Fancy Hothouse Mushrooms, box ot
1 lb., for eoa
Fancy nipe Tomatoes, per lb, . ,..10o
Anything you want In vegetables at
a saving of 50 to 100 per cent.
A full line of fish every day dur
ing the L.enten season.
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