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'TIIK' OMAHA SUNDAY BEE : XOVEMBEtt 8, 190S.
PURE FOOD SnOW TI1E BEST
Exhibits of Highest Quality and
FLOUS MEN ARE IN FINE CONTEST
Itesalt U Beneficial to Bread Halting
Rnee tlablea and Vannevllle
Form Bis Features of tho
All previous records for attendance and
attractiveness In the exhibits having been
broken at the fourth annual Pure Food
Bhow. which Is being conducted at the
Auditorium under the auspices ot the
Grocers' and Butchers' association, the sec
ond and last week promises to be the great
eat of all such ventures la Omaha.
From the time the doors are swung open
again tomorrow afternoon until they are
closed for the last time Saturday night
there will not be a dull moment. . .
A flour war has broken out among the
distributers and milling men who are ex
hibiting at the Auditorium and the rivalry
that has developed will make the bread
Inking contest Tuesday the greatest event
of Its kind ever conducted In the city. In
addition to the $75 In prises put up by the
association for the three best loaves of
bread, the Updike Milling company has of
fered 1100. which will be awarded to the
winner of ' the first prise, providing her
loat Is baked with "Pride ot Omaha" flour.
Brnnner'a Offer the game.
The same offer Is made by T. C. Brunner
tc Son, who exact the condition that the
first prise loaf must be baked with "Blue
Bell" flour. The third $100 offer Is' made
by the Wells-Abbott-Nleman company,
which concern will turn over the money to
lh baker of the prize loaf providing she
hat used "Puritan" flour. The total
amount offered is 13?:, making it worth
while for all bakers ot bread "like mother
used to make" to enter the contest. The
conditions are that all loaves must be of
mtdlum size, baked In Individual pans. No
fancy loaves or sweetened breads will be
accepted. Professional bakers will be
bsrred from the contest, and no contestant
wilt be allowed to submit more than one
lust. The contest will be held on Tuesday
and the hours for receiving the loaves are
between 10 a. m. and 5 p. m. of that day.
All, bread must positively be In before 6
o'clock. Mrs. T. R. Ward, who was to have
. rved as one of the judges, will not be
ble to act In that capacity on account of
Illness In her family, and Mrs. C. Z. Oould
has been substituted. The other judges
are Mrs. F. H. Pugh and Mrs. S. Arlon
Lewis. All three women are expert bread
bakers, fully qualified to pass upon the
loaves that will be submitted.
" Two Ilandred Babies.
At least 200 babies will be entered In the
baby contest to be conducted at 3 o'clock
Thursday afternoon. Babies ot all types
and temperament will be there. nd when
they are lined up before the judges on the
stage they will form a spectacle the like
t which has never been seen In Omaha,
A prise of $10 will be awarded to the pret
tiest youngster, $5 to J he second prettiest
babe snd $3 to the third. Tots over two
years of age are not eligible to the con
Several additional features have been pro
vlded for the second and last week of the
show, and they will contribute toward mak
Ing the venture the most successful of any
of the previous ones. One big feature which
lias Just been added Is the moving picture
show which will be put on by the Cudahy
Harking company. They will show pictures
tsken In thrlr huge plant, exhibiting every
Importsnt detail of tho killing and pack
ing Industry; This show wjll not only be
valuably as a source of entertainment, but
It will be highly Instructive, giving the
spectators an excellent Idea of how cattle,
hogs and sheep are prepared for the mar
kets of the world. In addition to the excel
lent vaudeville stunts, which are put' on
every afternoon and evening, will be a new
feature, the Teddy brothers, who will put
on a rube wrestling match. This Is a side
Vlille the vaudeville and other acts are
, now going on excellent music Is being fur
nished every afternoon end evening by
lUmUk's orchestra. No effort has been
spared by Manager J. M. Olllan to make
every moment' of the show golden one.
All records were broken In both attend
ance and beauty In decorations during the
flist week snd the second and last week
promises to be a hummer.
PEDDLER WALKS INTO TRAP
ells Cliy Inspector of Welajhta and
Mrasnrea abort Bnsbel of
J. Q.- Pegg, city Inspector of weights and
messuras, says It Is poor policy for a short
" weight peddler to sell short-weight apples
at the home of the man whose official duty
It Is to see to It that equitable weight or
measure Is given.
B. Nowlch, a peddler, sold three-fourths
of a bushel of apples to Mr. Pegg on Frl
dsy and Saturday a complaint was. filed
In police court against htm by thir-r-lty In
spector. But this wss not the only com
plaint filed during the day, flv others
against four other dealera being also filed.
One of these was filed agalnat J. Flnkln
atine, 1910 South Tenth street, who sold
"OUR BUTTER BLENDER."
A machine blending one pound of butter,
with on pint of milk (pint to the pound),
making a pur food product, doubling the
original weight of the butttr, that stsnds
up Ilk butter, looks like butter, tastes lika
'butter, keeps like butter, and la used aa
butter on dining table and in kitchen, has
received tha endorsement of Doctor R. B.
Martin, President of the , 8tat Board of
Health, of Virginia, at the Thirtieth Annual
Meeting of the State Medical Board, Octo
ber a to 14. 190. at Richmond, Vs , when
he said: "The machine produces an abso
lutely pur food product, from the blending
ot a pound of butter, with a pint of milk.
Jn fact I cannot tell It from the original
butter." N. Uofheimer, of the Jersey But
ter Co., Norfolk, Va., when told of the
workings of tha wonderful machine, on Oc
tober t. IMS, said: "That machine will put
us butter people out of business." A child
of twelve can operate tha device, three
minute's time consumed la tho blending,
capacity four pounds. Send two dollars to
the City Savings Bank of Baltimore, Md.,
or direct to us, and owe us one dollar If the
machines doea aa advertlaed. If not we re
fund tha money. Agents wanted, territory
"OUR BUTTER BLENDER" Is male In
Baltimore, Md., and In no other place.
MOMS PURE FOOD CO..
short-measure tipples to Mr. Pegg's neigh
bors. B. Oottlrlh, 2641 Harney street, and
Mike He arise r, 1466 South Thirteenth street,
ara other peddlers who have been haled
Into police court for selling short-measurs
fruit and vegetables.
Two complaints were filed agslnst M.
Rosenblatt, coal dealer. One of these la
for selling what purported to be a ton of
coal, but which weighed 1 pounds short,
and the other for using scsles which had
JIM WILL N0WSTAY HOME
Daklraaa Retoras front Lincoln Ed
Howell to In trod ace Home
Mayor Jim Will now bs good and stay
The miyor says lie has made his last
Junket for many moons, and since tho
people have defeated his close personal and
political friend, Bryan, for tha third time,
ha will hldo himself In his office and at
tend strictly to business. Ito may go to
Washington to attend the waterways con
gress, but that will not be until In De
cember, and be mty not go to that.
Mayor Dahlman returned Friday from
Lincoln where he went with several other
ot tho faithfuls to take their condolences
and sympathies to Mr. Bryan. When they
got there, however, they found that the
defeated candidate did not want their sym
pathies, siys the mayor, as he Is not tak
ing his defeat hard. Mr. Bryan told the
emissaries from Omaha that ha Intends to
tako a trip soon to rest up and forget the
trials of the campaign. While he will go
on a hunting trip. Mayor Dahlman will
not accompany him.
While in Lincoln the mayor had a con
ference with Governor-Elect Shallenberger,
who told htm that a home rule law for
Omaha and South Omaha will be enacted
first thing by tha legislature and that a
law guaranteeing bank deposits In Ne
braska will also be enacted.
Ed Howell, one of tho Omaha senators
elect, will Introduce the bill Intended to
give so-called "home rule" to Omaha and
South Omaha. At least Mr. Howell says
"The formulating and introducing of a
bill giving home rule to these cities should
be one of my perequlsltes," said Mr.
Howell. "I drew up the city charter In
1896 which originally contained provisions
giving the mayors the power to appoint the
excise boards, but this never became ef
fective for the reason that amendments
were made before passage. Now that the
democrats have elected a legislature
pledged to home rule for Omaha and South
Omaha a new law will be enacted, and I
Intend to father It. Whether the new law
will give appointive power to the mayors,
or whether It will provide for the election
of members of the board, I do not know aa
yet. It Is early and I have lots of time."
COLLIER'S BOOSTS CORN SHOW
Gives Editorial Comment to the Na
tional Exposition to Be Held
Old King Corn gets a merry old "boost"
In the editorial pages of Collier's for the
current week. The National Corn exposi
tion In fact Is called to the attention of
readers of the weekly In vigorous words
from the pen of Norman Haprooi. r- may
be added that advocaey of an exposition
In the editorial columns ot Collier's Is not
an usual thing and the benefit to the ex
position will be all the greater for this
The paragraph spoken of Is as follows:
The Pascal ear reoroduced- shove m
sold for $160. The grand sweepstakes ear
of corn at the National Corn exnoaliinn
Chicago last year sold for $260. To the farmer
ine ouierence neiween good seed and bad
means a profit In tlie bank or another
year of nose to the. grindstone. Of 7,878
cars or, corn soia on tne Chicago Hoard of
Trade last June, 4,332 morn than half
were "low grade." The corn-belt farmer
should be ashamed of this. The American
oat crop has so degenerated that the break
fast food makers lack raw material. It
Is all a matter of good seed. County and
state fairs give $2.0u0 in prizes for trotting
horses snd $10 for ears of corn. The Na
tional Corn exposition, to be held at
Omaha. December -!, will give a $S0O
prise for the beat bushel of corn seventy
ears and a $410 prise for the best twenty
ears. Good seed Is corn that lias vitality
to resist disease and drouth, rich l the
oils snd protein that make the layers of
lean In bacon. It takes as much land and
hoe-wear, as much horse-sweat and elbow
grease, to grow poor corn as the best.
CUT OUT THAT WORD "FAT"
Decree of t'onrt la In Favor of M. C.
Peters In Patent Right
Judge W. II. Munger Issued a decree In
the case of M. C. Peters against the Stock
Tarda Cotton and Linseed Meal company
and II. C. Cherry Saturday morning,
directing the defendants to obliterate the
word "Fat" from their advertising ma
terlst. The order grows out of'sn action
brought by the M. C. Peters company of
Omaha, manufacturers of the product and
owners of the trade mark "Alfal-Fat,"
against the defendants which afterwards
produced a product under the name of
"Alfalmo-Fat." thus Infringing ' upon the
trade-mark of the complainants. The
order ot Judge Munger requires that the
defendants shall remove the word "fat"
from their stationery and other advertising
material, which Includes certain pamphlets
as well aa 16.000 bags enclosing the product
of the defendants that have not so fsr been
brought Into use.
M'LAUGHLIN HOME IS SOLD
Handsome Residence Is Hold to James
Howard for Elahteen Thoa
One of the handsomext residences In the
west end has been sold at a comparatively
small price, Charles D. McLaughlin trans
ferring his residence at 607 8outh Thirty
seventh to James Howard for $18,001). The
sale Is made In the name of Mrs. Helen
McLaughlin, who has been the titular
owner of the property.
The residence Is one of five In the block
between Thirty-seventh and Thirty-eighth
streets and fronting on Dewey avenue.
Three other homes In the square ara owned
by Messrs. Cudahy, McShana and Mrs.
Uallagher, each of these occupying an
acre. The fourth section of the square
was owned by Mr. Mclaughlin, who sold
100 of his 187 feet to N. B. Updike. Mr.
Howard'a purchase thus Includes ths resi
dence and the remaining eighty-seven feet.
FOSTER AND STONE ARE CUT
Both Badly Slashed la the Third
Ward for Thomas and
In order to verify returns msde by ths
precinct boards the canvaaalng board Sat
urday morning opened two machines.
In tha second precinct ot the Third wsrd
the vote on Thomas and Boland was almost
double that of the other candidates for
the legislature on the democratic ticket and
the board thought an error had been made.
An examination of the machine disclosed
the voters had cut Foster and Stone on the
republican ticket and concentrated on these
two. In two or three other precincts the
books were not In very good shape, but
no discrepancies In tha vote were found.
The count Is proceeding slowly snd will
not be finished until the middle of the week.
A Daasvrooa Woaad
Is rendered antiseptic by Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, the healing wonder for sores, burns,
piles, ecsema- and salt rheum. I"c. For
sale by Beaton Dixit ,
MORE MONEY NOW TO INVEST
Capital Will Be Plentiful and Easi
ness Will Boom.
VEBSION OF OMAHA FINANCIERS
John I.. MrCaane Predicts Fonr Years
of Soch Prosperity This
Coaatrr Haa Not Vet
More money for lnvesmenta. Big orders
to wholesales, jobbers and manufacturers.
This will result and even already has re
sulted from the election of Taft. according
to the statements of Omaha financiers and
Recent as the election Is, the effect In
business is already perceptible In Omaha
and this, although almost too quick for
belief, If possible because the outcome of
the vote was somewhat anticipated and men
have been waiting only for the formal
verdict on a question cf which they knew
the answer In their hearts coupled
with Mhese statements the same con
servative bankers and distributers prophesy
a period of unprecedented prosperity
for the whole country in general, but for
Omaha In particular.
"Great sums of money will now' seek the
channels of trade and Investment," declared
John L. McCague of the McCague Invest
ment company. Investors have been wait
ing for ,tlie result and are anxious to put
out their money. It will not, however, re
suit In a depreciation ot Interest rates.
Quite tha contrary, because the number of
business men who wish to borrow that they
may extend their operations, will at least
equalise the other factor. Every legitimate
venture can and will be accommodated
and the outcome will be a period four or
four and one-half years at least, of pros
perity and such aa this country has hardly
ever seen, for never was, the country In
so good a position to forge ahead. The
effect of last fall's flurry Is entirely worn
off now and tendencies toward "wlld
cattlng" have been completely removed."
No Need to Borrow lu East.
O. W. Wattles, vice president of the
United States National bank echoed Mr.
"Rates of Interest will be higher, I think,
for there will be a big demand for money
by business men. The outcome ot the
ejection has absolutely settled all questions
of uncertanity and the west and Omaha In
particular will enjoy remarkable prosperity
and growth. Building will be on a great
scale and there Is every reason to believe
that Omaha will grow tremendously In
buildings and population. We have the
money, plenty of It, and there is not the
least need to borrow a single dollar from
Wholesalers are already concretely ex
periencing the result of the election. It
would seem almost too early for traveling
men to send in Increased orders to their
houses, but this has actually happened in
some cases, although travelers have hardly
had time to pack their grips and get out
on the road since they cast their ballots.
Besides this feature, however, there Is
much significance In the way future orders
are being s placed with manufacturers by
local wholesalers, for all realize that the
mills are going to be extremely busy and
there Is something more than a possibility
that If they do not hurry, their orders may
not be filled next spring as quickly as they
"Business has strengthened notably dur
ing the last four weeks," asserted V7 M.
Burgess, vice president ot the M. E. Smith
Wholesale Dry Ooods company, "for re
tailers have anticipated tho result of the
efection. This Is nothing, however, to what
will be experienced by wholesalers and Job
bers in the next six months and, for that
mattor, for several years to come.
"Ono effect on business will be a stif
fening of prices and we have already been
informed of several advances." Mr. Bur
gess' statement was confirmed at the very
Instant the words left his lips, fur a clerk
brought him in at that minute a telegram
notifying hlin of such an advance in a
"You can predict," he added that In all
lines of business there mill be an Increase
In volume and traveling men who receive
part or all of their Income from commis
sions will make pretty good money for a
long time to come."
"Prices will stiffen; have stiffened al
ready," said William M. Glass, general
manager and secretary of the Lee-aUtss-Andreesen
Hardware company. "All mar
kets should bo stronger, I think, and sev
eral advances have already been registered
with us. Orders for goods have been-better
of late, for the result of the' election was
anticipated by many business men. It is
not a question of politics at all. Tha situa
tion simply Is that men feel that politics
will no lunger disturb business conditions.
The country Is in shape, the west in par
ticular, to go ahead as it has never gone
beore and all business will prosper ex
ceedingly." PRISON CAPS HIS CLIMAX
Three Years fir, Penitentiary as Finish
of Young; Man's Dissipated
' Career. "
At the close of three months of reckless
llssipation and extravagance under the
"ulse of the son of Theodore Hamm, tl"
brewer. Henry Hlller. a 21-year-old youth
from Chicago, was sentenced to three years
In the penitentiary by Judge Sears of tho
district court Saturday morning.
Ililler claims to come from a respectable
family In Chicago and refused to give
ths names of his friends, saying ha did
not want them to know of his. disgrace.
The officials are Inclined to believe there
Is some other reason for his not want-
Shoulder Brace and Suspender
The only brace
Positively cures the
habit of stooping.
Produces that military effect so desired.
Women's, Girls' and Boys',
all sixes $1.00
Men's, all sites ...91.25
old only by the following dealers I
MYERS-DILLON DRUG CO.
B. S. Corner ltta aad Taraam Itroeta
gole Manufacturers and Distributers.
C. BENEDICT CO., Inc.
Having books, manuscripts, novels,
poetry, history, genealogy, anything that
goes to make salable books sre Invited to
correspond with Cochrane lnbUsalag Co..
lids Tribune Bid, Nsw Vu.
Ing his record In Chicago Investigated.
Hlller says throe mouths ago he began
using morphine and to run with a crowd
of young men. Ono of the men, he told the
court, taught him how easy It was to
forge checks. He says he came to Omaha
with tho intention of living high on money
secured on had checks and getting out of
town beforo his crime was discovered. He
posed as tha son of Hamm, the brewer,
snd his checks were signed LJIlle W.
Hamm. He passed six for 10 each on
various hotels and restaurants, and then
was nabbed t Kd Maurer s. He pleaded
guilty Saturday morning before Judge
Sears and said he would reform when he
left tho prison.
WESTERNER ROARS IN GOTHAM
Puts I P a Yore I noast In What He
Classes a "Back- nmher"
Oli, yes," said the man from t lie west,
"I admit that this town of New Yolk is the
greatest town in the country. I'm not argu
ing ugulniil that; ull I claim is that It s an
noying, plumb annoying. It's the most an
noying uwn in the country.
Now1, why Is It, if you'll let a mere
westerner criticise your God-given institu
tions, that a man can't get a morning
paper heie after 10 o'clock in the morning
and can't get one without difficulty after
.:3't? This Is the only town in ilie country
of which, that Is true. Isn't there any
coiiHtdciatiiin at 'l for the man who really
wants to read the news of the day? I
admit freely that you have a large popu
lation here who nre so eater to get the
latest fragment of news that they will
willingly pass up all tlie rest and buy the
gashoue edition of an elleged evening
paper to find out. But why In tarnation
should the sensible part of the population
and there must be enough of that to
warrant consideration have to go with
out the news of the day to satisfy the
other fraction? Why do the newsdealers
tie up their morning papers for return
shipment about the time that the sensible
one-fiftieth of the population is coming
downtown? I tell you It's annoying,
"And why don't you stop your trolley
cars by buttons Instead of getting up and
waving your umbrella at the conductor or
rushing over twenty puir of suffering
toes to the back platform? There Un't a
city of any sixe In tho west and souts
that doesn't have a civilized method ot
atopplng cars. In those towns there Is a
button back of every passenger's head.
Then he wants to get off he shoves the
button and the car atops. In those towns
you can size up a New York passenger-
S1 25 Cash
Every Day to
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add $100 to the
Sold by Every Grocer
Boost for Home
made in Omaha.
even If you hadn't already detected him
by his bad manners and the way he tried
to get aboard the car ahead of every body
else by the fashion In which he ignores
the button and yells raucously at the
conductor. It's snnoylng to a man who
haa been anywhere.
"Why do you New Torkers, when the
areather calls on you to put on low col
lars, put on low ones that ae as high as
high ones? Of course I know it's because
the next man does, anil you are afraid of
being laughed at. Of course you know
that a low collar as high as a high one
la twice as hot, because It Is merely a
high one doubled over.
"Why, whon you -put on a pink shirt
becausw It's hot, do you starch It so as
to make It as hot as a white shirt? You're
so senseless about sii'li things that you
"When one of your hotels has seen fit
lo be aaiiiine enough to put In no but lis ex
cept shower-baths, why does It throw out Its
chest and act as if it' was a brilliant con
cern which had struck a new Idea? Out
w.iet slid down unuth a man would feel
4 hat comfort was the main thing, and that
cf he was going to put shower-baths In
.its hotel he would put tho other things in,'
(on, so as to accommodate all tastes. l!ut
nore. If a hotel keeper does It and some
oody ssks for a bathtub, the foul boni
fure takes on two Inches In height as he
replies, 'Thank CJod, sir, we have nothing
hut shower-baths." Then, If you're western
rou go aay annoyed.
"Why ioes a bartender in this town pu
lemon peel in a highball? Djcsu't hd
Know that it's a desecration? If hy's been
properly trained ho docs, but he Is obliged
n do it because of the Ignorance of Ihe
town. No, not the foreign immigratoi y
Ignorance, but the ignorance of folks In
good chillies. It positively J;ns in l
stand alongside one of tlicm at a bat'. It
"Do you know thst you're a Jay town?
Out In Lincoln, Neb., practically every
private. house, if a tnsn is earning money
enough to buy anything but randies, is
lighted with electric lights. Yo. mn horse
cars In Manhattan. Is1 there a.iy other
lurge town that does it any town of over
lS.OoO inhabitants? I've never seen one.
"Why are your street cars overcrowded
on lines and at hours when the traffic la
light? In Washington they run trailers
that Is, they run two-car trains, not only
In the rush hours, but at all hours, and
no matter what the crowd Is the cars cans.
bo overcrowded. Ot course you can't run.
trailera here at all lours or on all lines,
but you could relieve a lot of pressure on
some lines and In some iiours.
"Why do you Jam your passengers on
one f outboard when the open cars are run
ning? in Cleveland, where Tom Johnson
r2 (Q)(Q) 0)
Nov. 1 4th,
your prize loaf
of Omaha flour. We will,
Association prize of $25, if the
baked with "Pride of Omaha"
in Omaha, So. Omaha ard Council Bluffs
Industry by baking with the only flour
Yours for success, .
When at tho Pure Food Show
Do Not Fail to Call at the -
Maplelne Is a western product, purely vegetable, made from.
roots and herbs producing a distinctive maple flavor.'
Maplelne is now handled and gold universally throughout tho
United States and is being shipped dally to many foreign tountrlea.
Miipleinc has become a staple article with all first-class grocer.
Heware of imitations every bottle . of Maplelne bears our. .
Crescent trade mark.
Maplelne flavors syrups, cakes, frosting, icings,: candies, lco
cream and many other dainties. A two-ounce bottle, S5c, makes
two gallons of syrup experts pronounce perfect, even better thaa
Leave your orders at the booth or your grocer for a bottle ot
Crescent Maplelne and receive cook book called Maplelne Dainties.
Is the t'ooli-llali, they run a double foot
board. "Why do you imcke your car conductors
stl. k to the antiiiii Hi d system of collect
ing fates by a fea'. of memory? Why do
you make an overwork, d man hm hie
memory il!i tho proposition, 'That red
handed man got on at the last Hicr-t."
That fat woman hasn't paid her f iro yet,'
and go to the expense of hiring sKtters
to see that the conductor doesn't either
make a mistake or ring down? In Chicago
they have the pay as you eater system,
with a bar preventing anyone from pass
ing the conductor till he h ts paid his fare.
The resuit has been a 50 per cent liicn ase
lu the courtesy of the hitherto overworked
Chicago conductor toward his rass' iigers,
to whom ha' now haa time to piy atteuiien
and there is no more ringing ilown of fares.
But you're a jsy town, I tell you, a Jay
"Why Isn't it --hi:I)Io to get a good
glass of beer In W Vork unless you pay
double price for an dlieged Pilsner Or else
buy a bottle? In Cincinnati. St. Iouis,
Chicago, Washington, Denver, or sny other
sizable town you ran buy It i.Ver the bar
for t cents a copy. Of course, you will
say that it's because they are nearer tho
bet-r centers. But you have as many beer
centers aa Washington has, and this coui-
of bread with
UPDIKE MILLING CO.
Always fiisji anil fresh j
in moist un-proof packages - t
Different from the others
try a 10c package and see.
Ask your grorer for Urod
sl;y. If lie doesn't have
I hem, drop us a card and we
will sen that your older Is
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plaint is true, of no part of the country
but New York and lower New England."
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