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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1908)
TIIFj OMAHA SUNDAY W.V.: MlVKMlfhlC 1, l'HW.
PURE FOOD SHOW BIG EVENT
Larger and Better Exhibits Will Be
Made This Tear.
AUDITORIUM DECORATED FOR IT
Ml Korr of (ritlimn la 'Work
Milrllii Arraiiirmriili for
IHsplar to He Ultra
A turn force of craftsmen was put to
work Saturday Installing the bciothi for the
annual l'ure . food show, which opens
Wednesday night at tho Auditorium and
or.tlnuos for ton dnya. In order that the
bwtlis will be ready for the decorators
rarly Monday morning the workmen will
w cmpl yed all day Sunday. Twenty deco
rators will bo employed to trim the bootha
and they mill have everything; In fine ahape
for the opening; Wednesday night.
Kloclrleal show bootha will be used by
the exhibitor. The bootha all will be sub
stantially built and painted white and there
will be sufficient light to make the whole
scene one of great brilliancy. There will
be conduits for the electric light wiring and
on lop of the boolhs will be a large number
of opnleat.ent globea which will shed a beau
tiful light throughout the Auditorium.
Apples ro big and red and delicious that
New York City takes practically the whole
i nn at fabulous prices; prunes, fatter,
plur.iper and Juicier than ever grown be
inre; tomatoes of a Juiciness and roundnees
to ternpt the most blasi; potatoes and corn,
wlifat. sugar beets, celery, onions a pro
fusion of the thitiKs good ti eat that come
out of the grojnd, described and displayed
In tasteful fashion, make one of the most
Interesting exhibits that of the t'nlon Pa
cific Railway company. x
Certainly It Is the most appetiilng. Sam
ples are shown of what the. Cnipqua, val
ley can do and the Vmpq.ua can do con
siderable. According to the man who
lianas out information at this booth, she
an and does grow Baldwin apple trees
that give up eighteen boxes of apples a
year which figures some $27 a tree.
The vegetables and fruits of Old" Mex
le.i tire exhibited and shown to vie with
those of California.
And alongside of these are shown the
. products of the reliable old Sacramento
and Butte valleys, and the other .sections
tapped or reached by the Vnion Pacific.
Altogether the exhibit Is not enly a joy
for the investigator of food products, but
a source of Interest to tha man or woman
V interested in land and Its yields.
1,1st of Exhibits BIT.
Tho list of exhibitors this year already
exceeds that of last year. The big- arena
will be enUrely filled with fine exhibit of
all the good tilings.
There will be a regular army of neatly
dressed and courteous demonstrators to
wait on the public, and the atmosphere will
vibrate with the sweet strains of orchestral
music every evening.
' Manager Oillan has engaged four high
class vaudeville artists to entertain tho
audience each afternoon and evening dur
ing the entire ten days of the show. v
A huge gift box, from which valuable
presents will be distributed every evening,
will be one of the pleasant and surprising
features of the show. -
The bread baking contest will take place
Tuesday, November 10. Cash 'prizes will
be given for the best three loaves of bread j
baked from flour on exhibition at the j
The baby show will take place on Novem- j
ber 12, at 3 o'clock. Babies entering this ,
show must not be over 2 years of age.
Tho priics will be, first J10, second $5, and
owembefa Q$h to Mtihr, II
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Do Not Elliss the Instructive and
Interesting Features of this Show
See especially Union Pacific exhibit of
California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho
and Old Mexico products.
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who take Ihv trouble to look into
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15.00 to $35.00 will buy
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NOSE BROKE. SKULL CRACKED fx!
lujnrlvs Possibly Faal Iafliptrd on
Mhltc Man by Colore Mrn
As a result ot an encountsr between two
negroes and a white man at 1113 Carltol
avenue ajout 3 o'clock Saturday morning,
Robert Tlerney. whose home Is at Macoma,
la., ' lies probably fatally injured at lha
Omaha General hospital and Frank Fi-ynun
ot 1113 Capitol avenue, and James Stew ait
at South Omaha, who are the colore! me 1
In the case, are locked up at the city Ja l
on charges of assaulting with 'Intent to kill.
It is said that the encounter wus the
result of Tlerney's relations wijji Mag
Johnson, colored, who la supposed to be
Btewurt's sister and Fryson's alleged wife.
Upon returning to the Capitol avenud
house early Saturday morning, after hav
ing been away during the evening, Kryson
and Stewart found Tlerney with the coU
ured woman and set upon him, Stewart
holding him while Fryson struck him-
stunning blow in the face with the butt
of a .44 caliber revolver. Tierney's skull
was fractured and Ms nose bone, driven Into
an eyeball by the force of the blow. When
the man was able to move he staggered to
the police station and told his story to
Desk Sergeant Havey, who called Police
Murgeon Harris to attend to tliu man. and
had Fryson, Stewart and the ueerss ar
rested, the latter as state's witness.
Tlerney was lakeu 10 the Omuha General
hospital, where he is report to be In a
most precarious condition, with only a
slim chance of living. -
follows the first dose of Jr. King's Xew
Klfe Pills, the painless regulators that
strengthen you. Guaranteed. 25c. For saU
by Beaton Drug Co.
For a Fifty Cent ItotUe of I.
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For a ltottle ot. One Dollar
Rock & Rye
The Onlj llol Cure for a Bad
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Sold to us for cash thoir entire surplus of Men's Suits and Over;
coats at 50c on the dollar. Nearly 2o,000 garments in the lot-
not one worth less than $15.00 and up to O
$22.50, all newest fall styles, fabrics and
colors, on sale in. two lots at
$12.00 and $15.00 Cravenette Rain Coats Manufac-
hirer's discontinued lines, bought at 50c on the dol- 1
lar; over 500 garments in the lot; on sale at, choice fay
Boys' Suit Specials $5.00 Knee Pants Suits at $3.25
$4.00 Knee Pants Suits at $2.95
And a Foot Ball Free with Each Suit. v
50o Knee Pants 29c
75c Knee Pants 48f?
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By baking your prize loaf of bread with
Updike's Pride of Omaha flour. We will
add $100, to the Association prize of $25, if the
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A rich, fragrant, golden-
browu coffee that tempts
then satisfies the true cof
Served during Pure Food
Show at the Kountze Memor
ial church booth.
Masterman's Mocha Mixta Is
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rrnioveil by our HU'd-Cut nid
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Miling ITixexs. a.11 ii I'lincr hi our
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Tlis Col'tts Van.
313 So. 11-a Hi.. 1 . 1658.
Vublio Market, liO Xuasy D. 8144.
are a fine turkey and an eiflclent heating 'Jf
(f'ifyrillLK 8 iSr?A have us overhaul your heating arrange-.
tf Xit'A'i'-','! v! Ilic"t 6,1(1 iake everytblr.R anug aud varoi
Iv J ''-A . for the great national holiday. If we do
W-M-U t. If. done right. ,
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Heating. Plumbing, Lighting
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