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About The Omaha morning bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 1922-1927 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1922)
THE OMAHA HEE: SATURDAY. N'OVE MPER U. 1W.
Yield Is Better
Potato Crop I Ahove Last
Month Iniliration 12
Per Cent of Old Corn
Ii on Farm.
Mnculn, NnV. 10. (I!y A. !-O'ui
l )l'UlitiK lightly Mtrr Almn c
iri'il. Th piimnt rritliiitttF Is 17,
ii.n.oiM) buBtifl, or 1,170,000 inuh
li ImjIow taHt yenr's rrnit. I'otiito
jlrlil are siimrnriiit abovci last tnont h"
Inillriitlofi. About 12 jmt cent of
ImhL vmii' inrn rrnn la vpt tn farm.
The r tJin h'utUnit fwitum of th
November rmp rpirt reli'imiMl hy the
division of crop and llvrnto! k rtl
i mi I fH unil tlin Nebraska, Department
Tti full text it Hi" report fol
low: Tho preliminary emlmuf of yleM of
i rn I 24 IiIihIk'Ih per acre, l.uit yenr
th'i yield wn M bushels. A full or
ti I TU II I cri p In 35 bushel JIT III P.
Tho pnxliK tl'in la 17D,OFj6,(IOO bushels
ciiiip!iriil to 207,732,000 biiHhol
lint yenr, nn1 204,002,000 buhl th
lust five your avers;. It 1 estimated
Unit 7 r rent of tho imp III of
ini'i. Iiuntiilile qnuMty, (in compared to
lil jer int lnKt year.
Corn Yield 1'neveii.
Although tlin yield of coin In
riiiiny of tlin southern count leu are
low, the mil In :i,rr producing couu
t )-h K'TH'iully huvo very MHtlMfiietory
yields, hihI this ai-emmta largely for
llm tiiK'ifr production. 'orn yields
run rather uneven In southern conn
tlin, some field being failures, whl!
oilicrs aii fulr und Home fairly good,
Tim CMtlinfitu of stx:ks of old corn
on liami 1 placed nt 12 per cent or
n tolal of 2 l,!i 28,000 bunho. This to
Ki;lhT with tho present crop, will
Hupply tho state fulrly well, Tho pres
ent price U inoro than twlro tho price
of a year ago, tho hitter Mm 23
rent per bushel.
The avernan weight pi-r measured
bunhi'1 of winter wheat la SS.2 poundB;
Hiirlnir wheat, G6 pundit; rait a, H0.5
pounds; barley, 4:1.2 pound Too
iiipld ripening, duo to drouth and high
teinperatureH, In largely responsible
for tho low test weight for email
Brain thla year.
Tho preliminary pstlmitlo of yield
uotHtops la 85 bushel per acre.
Tho production Id placed nt !,77r,,009
bushels, fl compared with 8,10,000
I.UHlielH hiHt year. As tho j cllmlniiiy
rstlnmta of acreage Is low, tho final
etillmato tiext inimlh la expected to
dhow a higher production. Tho ship
ments to date are approximately 3,-
000 turn, or lean than half of tho avail
al.lo surplus. Whilo low prices have
held back Bhlpmentg Botnewhat, tho
aerloua car shortage hns been the
leading factor In the cane.
Wheat Outlook IVsaimlstlc.
Tho condition of winter wheat la
very uneven. In general It range from
fair to good in the eaHt hulf of tho
alate, but the recent rains were too
light to bring relief In the greater
part of the wcHtern half of the atute.
At bent, tho general winter wheat alt
nation la anything but optlmiatli:.
Tho official figure on arrenge and
condition will bo mado about the mid
dle of December.
Katlmatea of minor crops are an
follow: Hilo corn, 6 tons; buck
wheat yield, 18 bUHhela; aweet po
tatoe, 85 bunheU; flaxseed, 8 busheln;
apple production, 90 pr omit; clover
aeed yield, 1.7 bUHhela; grain aorghum
yield, 18 buahels; sorghum forage, 2.4
tons; grapa production, 90 iier cent;
pear production, 80 per cent; sorghum
syrup yield, 83 gallons, and condi
tion of sugar beets at the time of
hurvest, 88 per cent.
Kutlmates of important crops fur the
United States are as follows, tho first
figure representing the present eHti
mate, and the second, last year's esti
mate: Corn, 2,896,108,000 bushels and
8,0SO,372.000 bushels; stocks of old
corn. 178,(187,000 bushels and 281,
427.000 bushels; all wheat, 810,123,000
buahela and 794,8113,000 bushels: oats,
1 2U9.744.000 bunhels and 1,080,737,000
bmihels: potatoes, 433.905.000 bushels
and 346,823,000 bushels.
Nov. 20 to Be "Continental
Club Night" at Elks Show
Monday night, November 20, will be
set aside as "Continental Club nicht"
at the "Hello 1'IU" musicnl show, to
bo presented at the Urandeis theater
bv the local lodge of Elks.
' ThA Continental club, at Its regular
weekly noonday meeting yesterday at
Brnndeis grillroom, rtectiieu to
block reservation or 20 seais
for the big show. This is tho llrst or
ganization to have ono of the eight
Hello Hill" nights named for ifs
Member. Members will bo accom
panlrd by their wives, sisters, dnugh
lers and sweethearts.
W. W. Kober, chairman of tho ac
tivities committee of the Elks, is one
of tho leading member of the Con
tinental club, and Hob Sh'-i han. dl
lector of the Elks tdiow, also Is a
Continental club m'inber.
Voutli NaMiftl by Pawnshop
Sleuth Confess Tlir ft
John Hvi.ewetkie. !'t, 2','1'J Kotrh
Twenty eiijhih ivraiu-, un l Joe
ChrinnitoKV. 17, S"14 Oak tirrt, ar
reste4 yeutday Hfterumm tv lmo
livtf l.oil Troby. inli" i ler,
ar ,!lf.d to bi ,ikf tn. I I t
tnilllirf from Rllt ViloblKi ltmu
urUiles laiiUl'itf from r t: nn.l
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lurnij over to Jtivriit', fi .nt a ith-.i,-I
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Played in Omaha
Crcighton I'niveniity ply Midland College at
C'reighton fifltl 2:30 p. m.
Technical High rlavi Council Iiluff High t
League Pink 2 :'t0 p, m.
Moderate pricing, mart
yet tonMorvativc ntylintr,
fine woolens well tailored
t h e combination that
has won for our Men'.
Shop the approvul of
Omaha's men and yountf
men. Here there is an as
surance of quality, how
ever little or much a man
wishes to pay. Overcoats
in complete assortment of
styles and colors $25
Highland Heather .
Coats that wear every
mark of distinction that a
jtarmcnt can bear; entire
ly hand tailored, with
every neam satin taped.
Made of fine strong: wool
ens that are warm and
durable, without unneces
sary weight. In shades
that best combine with
winter suits browns,
greys and greens. Priced
$55 to $70
A "Meyers" rIovc that
wears particularly well bo
cause of its double stitching:.
Heavy rape skin brown and
Winter weight wool mixed
union suits made of combed
wool that gives warmth with
out irritating the skin. Priced
Wool Hose Very Special
Pair 35c, 3 for $1.00
AH sizes in broken lots of higher priced woolen hose. Plain
and ribbed styles in a variety of colors. This is an opportunity
to buy your winter hose at a greatly reduced price.
Special Saturday Sellino
A limited number of the
always desirable broadcloth
silks. Heavy weight, neat
patterns and conservative
colors make them the choice
of the majority of men.
fT i.i.'ii j '3l
For Winter Wear
For winter wear nothing U
better looking (hint velour
hat. These are moderately
P a j a ni a s
One Daj; Oriv
Full sue two-piece tuiU of
heavy weight outing flannel.
An exceptional value.
Outing Flannel Night Shirts, $1.25
Biii.. A..K M.' Shop-Mala Hw
MaU of warm, fleecy woolen
-tyletl tn suit the boy tailored to
oVist'y the partiiS.' idea of umiee
marked ft low w I!urge.-Nj..ih
q.iality cloth' could bo "old for
any w hrre.
Hrtn, U, g ti y m, 1 (itin of I er I .
W i.r,in-.(e ! t!ht r nirruU, in J iutl
! i..',. I, full an t r!f tnt 'yU, t'h
uin an t wi o
Our New Telephone Number Atlantic 8Z21
The rrcam centers have the
following flavors: pistachio,
raspberry, vanilla, maple,
orange and strawberry,
Theso are the good nM
faahioned kind, In aMorted
Maple and vanilla cream coh
ered whole Brazil nuts,
Orange, vanilla, coffee, Ira
rreiim, mint, nougat and cara
Vanilla and chocolate flav
orings, with or without nuts.
Cnd Shop M.rranln. Flour
fiourjois Royal Llllum Faea
Cuticura fionp, 23e.
Lilac of f ranco Vegetal, 9S.
Amami .Shumpoo, 2 for 25.
Palm Olive Shampoo, 39c.
Assorted Toilet JSoap, 6 for
Cashmere lioquct Sonp, large
3 for 70c.
Ponds Compact Face Towder,
"Shio" Kye-Insh Grower, 39.
Manon Lcscaut Face Pow
2-qt, Hot Water Bottle, ll.BO.
2-ft. Fountain Syringe, $1.75.
2-qt, Combination Water Bot
tle and Syringe, $2.00.
Marvel Whirling Kpray, $2.89.
Pint Hot Water Bottle, $1.28. ,
Rubber Sponges, 29c. '
Surgcona' Rubber Gloves,
Heavy Rubber Gloves, 59e.
Hercules Rubber Dresinj
BurfM'Nah Main Floor
The little girl who likes
to sew will enjoy making
Dolly a French hat. Crino-
line frames ready for cov
ering and trimming, in a
number of styles.
15c, 20c, 25c
Toy Shop Fourth Floor
This makes satisfactory un
dergarments, as it launders
easily and requires no ironing.
36 inches in width, light and
Burgeit-Nih Downstair Stor
In a Sale Saturday
Attractive Rain-Sun um
brella. of fino quality silk
mounted on 2 1-inch
frame. Handle perfect
ly blended or htrikinirly
contrasted, also leather
lrount Taupe, Mack,
Navy, lied, I'urple,
Claw tul tips to mUh
the handle make them
At auch low prlcink'.
IUin-.Sun unibrfll ar
more thati intfrrstmif to
wonifa ho will ok up
on thm a just the iritt
for thi cr tht ftieii t
Leather Bags and Vanities
Unusual valuen, tlicwe hag., for the variety of their styl
ing, the quality of leather uho(1 and the careful attention to
the detail., generally demand a far higher pricing.
Hand tooled awagger bugs of Persian
leathers in black and brown; afternoon
bags In black und colored patent; bea
ver and calfskin; novelty bugs of nov
Attractive vanities a Ktylc to carry
anywhere. All are well lined with silk or
leather and fitted with the vanity ar
ticles that women find indispensable in
the satisfactory bag.
Flower Bulbs, Each,'4c
Narcissus Chinese Lily
Fither singly or combined, these bulbs are
lovely grown indoors In the winter time. They are
easily planted and require no care other than
Flovar SKo MMnlm Tlaar
Tea lidom12 o'clock
Robert Cucadn' Orchoitr
liarrjr S. Oiabrow, Baritone
12 o'clock Taps
March, "Civilization" Schcrtzinger
Overture, "Light Cavalry" Suppa
Vocai'-When tho Hoys Come Home"
Harry S. Risbrow
a "By the Campfire" Wenrich
b "Military Scene" O'Hare
"Songs of tho South"... arr. Lampe
Vocal, "Red Is the English Rose". .Foroy tho
Harry S. Disbrow
"Home, Sweet Home" the world over as it
would be played by our allies England,
Italy, Scotbmd, Japan, Ireland and finally
".Spirit of America" Zamecnik
special 65c luncheon will be served
at the noon hour. Reservation
may be made now.
Burf M-Nh Bag Shop Main Floor
Lovely Hand-Made Blouses
Reduced Saturday to $1 .95
Many a woman will he glad that fihe read this announce
ment when he finds how daintily and carefully the.se blouses
are made. They are of finest batiste or voile in a number
of styles, some with high collar, J'ecause the quantity is
limited, we urge early selection,
BurM-Nath lilouia Shop Third Floor
Hats : Bonnets
For Little Folks
Midwinter millinery in all its
variations: Rich silken fabrics with
elaborate trimmings or glittering
cloths of gold prevail; oriental tur
bans, lovely flower desgns and fur
trimmed models win approval.
$12.50 to $27.50
Burfa-Nah Hat Shop Third Floor
Lovely creations designed to be
comingly frame wee faces. Velvet,
felt and velour have made the
plainer of them; taffeta and crepe
de chine, the daintier. For play,
for school and for dress-up times.
The same little hats and bonnets
that you have admired at twice the
price we ask Saturday.
Burf-Nab Infants' Shop Third Floor
100 Finer Suits
In a Clearance
They are the better winter suits
many are the same styles that you
may have looked at but a ehort
Trtcottne Poiret Twill
Tailored and fur-trimmed models
in navy, brown, and black. Many
larger sizes are included at
$25.00 $35.00 $49.50
BurgeM-Nath Suit Shop Third Floor
Gauntlets Seem to Lead
In French Kid Gloves
And They Are Labeled Chateau
Excellence of quality as well as distinctiveness of
style mark these gloves' as "different." All are attrac
tively embroidered in contrasting or self color.
Navy blue and brown gaunt
lets With a long cuff. Thene
are cleverly trimmed with
touches of suedo and with pearl
A two-button glove In black,
white, brown and beaver, prac
tical for street and dress wear.
The favored fall shades, bea
ver, brown, mode, gray and
black in a one-strap gauntlet.
Embroidered I n contrasting
Black, white, brown and
mode gloves of fino quality
kid. An exceptional value.
BuritM-Naah Clov Shop Mala Floor
Both front and
back laced models,
of silk broche,
French coutil and
silk batiste. The
sizes are somewhat
$3.50 to $25
Brassieres and bandeaux made of silk and satin
brocades, Irish linens and heavy mesh batistes with the
best grade of ribbon straps. $1.25 up.
Buri-Nath Cort Shop Sacond Floor
Great Savings in Our
A New Lot of 500
Self and Fur Collared
Coat of a much higher pricing bought at th
rlot quantity price a wiik-awakd buyer in his
si'srrh for bargains rould securt".
and Flare Itaek
The culi.M are th sron' popular !m.t.-s,
the matrnat ( ait-l rn aurvly ith S'ich a
v.rnt .f !!. ait't in such a ran' t-t r..,r
Sat rrt find ('. mat fr wbuh i ha !
i'f.irg, fiurs, II to 19, U U .''J, an4 i t hi,
s1rV5 $10?( $905
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