Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 02, 1909, Page 10, Image 10
10 TITE OMAIIA DAILY REE: TUESDAY, FEBHUAKY 2. 1903. BOOST- FOR CENTRAL1ZERS Commerce Commission Puts Prodact Above . the Locals. r issBsssassi TOSSES THEM A BIO BOUQUET Par TWIr RialifH U Perfectly I.e. Ultimata mat Prodact Perfectly H anlesABie Sehedale ( Sew Rates. When Ihe full decision of the Interstate Commerre commission In the creamery races wu received Monday morning: by the big creameries of Omaha It wai found to be murh more emphatic In Ita declaration In favor of aurh plants aa are operated In Omaha than the creamery men dared hope, not only giving them better railroad rates fcut auch a boost for their product that the manufacturers can scarcely believe a fed eral tribunal would go so fsr out of lhe way to tell what It believed to be the truth snout tba butter made by the so-called "centralise rs." It Is remembered that much of the testi mony Introduced by the railroads wan purely an attack on the creameries such a are operated In Omaha. A member of tea Nebraska Railway commission secured a man from the Department of Agriculture to testify against the creameries of Omaha nd Lincoln snd the Interstate Commerce commission : completely "squckhes" this rr.sn's testimony, saying: '"The product of tho rentrallzer, as pre viously stated, is perfectly wholesome and Is superior to much of the butter manufac tured by local creameries and on 1he farm." Further reviewing the trstlinony Intro duced to show thst the crcameriea such aa are operated in Omaha should be dlacour lged and the small local creameries en couraged, the Interstate Commerce commis sion declares that the. situation Is quite the reverse and calls the local creamery a "monopoly4' of the best type, while saying tiie centrallsers, which reach out bQ miles fiom their plants for cream, are really the. ones which make competition possible and 'he most keen. tlnahted Its Applicability. "When the testimony against the cen traliters was offered It waa difficult to see how It had much bearing upon the question of rates before the commission," says the report. . "The centrallser la engaged In a perfectly legitimate business enterprise by methods which may be and usually are legitimate. The crntrallzer affords to hun dreds - of thousands of farmers the only satisfactory means of disposing of their milk. "A blow at the centralizer is a blow at every farmer who produces butterfat In tlvousands of square miles of the territory covered by this proceeding." The decision Is followed by an order of th commission which establishes a new schedule of rates on cream for Interstate business In all states eaat of Colorado, west of Detroit and Tort Huron. The scale Is slightly higher than tho rates established by the Nebraska commission. The lnter uate commission makes three separate sets r rates on cream shipped in ten, eight and ttvctgallon cans. The following table hows the rates established by the commission on ten-gallon cans and the rates of the Nebraska com mission for various distances, the full schedule being on distances from twenty five to 600 -miles, cl'.mblng up on a five and ten-mile basis: Nebraska Interstate Old Inter- Rates. Hates, state Rate. Hi 'Jit 25 Dlstsnoe. 25 miles AO miles 70 miles U SO miles 24 1"0 miles -ti L'nn miles ;it miles 41 400 miles bt boo, miles 64 57 The old rates were never really put into effect, but are the rates which the rail ways were going to establish when enjoined by the federal courts. Mklaned from Head to Heel was Ben Pool, Threet, Ala., when dragged over a gravel roadway, but Bucklen's Ar nica Salve cured him. 2fk For sale by Beaton Drug Co. V RESULTS IN Y. M. C. A. CANVASS Haadred aad Forty Additions to Mem bership Brine 1. 1st I'p to .- Tnrslr-Sli Hundred. , , One hundred and forty new members have been added to the rolls of the Toung Men's Christian association since the mem bership campaign wss Inaugurated a month ago. and the workers are still landing new rues every day, The canvass will continue for two months longer, as the association Is endeavoring to add many more men's nsmes to its list of members and has adopted the long campaign system. The Increase tn the boys' department has been over one a day since the first of the year, making the present enrollment K8. The total membership, of the association at noon Monday was 2.865. t onalerlelt Dollars Vuy trouble, but a genuine quarter buys 'Dr.'. King's New Life rills; for constipation, malaria and jaundice. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Things are Not What They Seem Especially in shoes appear ances ar sometimes deceptive. Therefore It behooves you In . your shoe purchases to use due caution. Get more than appear ance, get quality and fit. Fit tins, there is the rub. If there (s ;a shoe store in town that takes more pride in fitting ; MISSES' AM) YOUNG LADIES SHOES we don't know them. As to the shoes themselves, they are genuine welt soles, very flexible and the linings have no wrinkles to tear the hosiery. This In iuelf is an important item. Many other good points too.' But let us show you the shoes. Sizes apd prices 8V4 to 114. for..$2.00 UH to 8. for . ., .$3.50 Drexel Shoe Co. 1UJ rarnam Street n. r 4 Jrz.... -- , r BOYS' SUITS $ T STEINFELDT STOCK ETv? SSr Slightly Damaged by Hater From a Bursting Sprinkler Pipe ON SALE TUESDAY FOR TIIE FIRST TIME i t) j. . sjwii nmam ' 11 ill i ! wwiwiismi'MsIb miip ' 1 MM IllBlSWi I I I ' 'IT ".j II I ajaBVSBSSBSBBaHBBISBZSBBBBBaBBBBmBBBmaVawWt? ALL THE BOYS' KNICKERBOCKER SUITS Ages 3 to 15 worth up to S3, at BOYS' STRAIGHT KNEE PANTS SUITS Ages 3 lo 15 worth up to S3, at 59 We bought these suits et lees than half what it cost the manufacturer to make them. They are good, well made and serviceable suits for boys, in double breasted, single Dreasted and Russian styles. They are more or less wet and mussed an tneyneed is pressing to make them as good as any S3 boys' suit you can buy any where else in Omaha. This is actually the biggest bargain of this great Steinfeldt sale. ON SALE IN BASEMENT Slightly dam- lngle a s s NEW STORE I) I Actually d FM worth J) aged KVUJJO up to S water. mmmmmmmmimmm each. 4 MEN'S SHIRTS FROM THE STEINFELDT STOCK 'On Sale in Basement at 15c-29c- Thousands of Men's and Boys Negligee Shirts some are wet and soiled; worth up to 75c, at 15c Thousands of Men's Shirts, in new spring patterns, not damaged in the least 00a worth to $1, at. . UUVt BRANDEIS STORES $1 Dress Goods at 25c Yd. FROM THE STEINFELDT STOCK Henriettas and Cashmeres, fine spring dress goods excellent shades, lull 45 inches wide slightly damaged by water but worth up to $1.00 a yard; on sale at, per yard ...... ; mi coo jjuuua ju 25c $1.25 Silks at 69c (27 Inches Wide) From the Slcinleldt Stock Checked taffeta and Louisene, in black and white, blue and white, and brown and white, 27 inches wide and worth $1 .25 a yard; also 27-inch oil boiled black dress silks, worth $1.00 a yard at, yard tun wuii,tr, uiue 69C Special Sale ol Wash Goods $t Thousands of yards of this sea son's finest batiste Swiss ap plique, tissues and summer lawns; Stelnfeldt's wholesale price was 18 c and 20c yard; slightly imperfect on ok. edges, off the bolt, St" yard White Goods A direct mill ship ment of odd lengths plain and fancy white goods that are worth up to 25c yard; on btg bargain square, yard 71c Basement Finest rerrales Just the thing for early spring light and drk styles for waists and dresses newest patterns at, yard. Sic Chambray Ginghams 36 Inches wide, checked and striped, best apron ginghams, value up to 10c and 12 Mc yard waist and dress lengths, yard 31c BRANDEIS STOREsll WEDNESDAY An Entire New Shipment d Muslin Underwear jj FROM THE STEINFELDT STOCK (( Some of these are wet, but the bargains will be the most ex- traordlnary ever offered at Brandeis'. jj Corse t'Oovers and t Night Gowns, worth . Petticoats, worth un worm up i up to si.&u, win go Drawers, to II, will go at. 15c on sale at. 35c to $1.50 will go on fl sale A f at. 49c NEXT SATURDAY THOUSANDS oi Women's Suits, Cloaks, Dresses, Skirts, Petticoats, Wash Dresses, Children's Cloaks From the Steifeldt Stock, more or less damaged by water, but worth up to $25.00, at 50 Also hundreds of Women's New Spring Suits only the least bit damaged and worth up to $25.00, at 10 J $7.50 Next Monday $e&fij$& Lace Curtains Some slightly damaged by water but worth up to $2.00 a pair, at, each . All the undamaged Lace Curtains, absolutely sound and perfect and worth up to $3.93 a pair, at, each. 12Sc-39c 49c-98e DRANPEIS STORES TTTTr" I I f So wkan t J!S Journal 1 aWM S., Ai II : rr if m Sprint Quarterly Itrla Book la In. Only pnrohaaad with any ISo Xiadiaa' Koma rattera. Most Successful Coat j Sale Ever in this City And rhy shouldn't it be? When we offer the year's best styles and garments such as $25, $35 and $40 Long Black and Colored Coats, for . . . . Not merely a handful but hundreds of them. Coats for everybody for the small or large, old or young. Not a single person need go away feeling she did not get the biggest coat bargain It has ever been her good fortune to receive. If you need a new coat this is certainly your golden opportunity. Coats of such high class styles and of such char acter were never known to be so ridiculously low priced. $10 SALE OF RUBBERS FOR MEN AND WOMEN Steel wool sole rubbers. The hardest, most durable soles ever invented for rubber footwear. They give 25 per cent better service than other kinds and grip ice and snow to prevent slipping as no others do. Wre have 1,000 pairs to offer Tuesday at a saving of one-third on each pair. Men's Steel Woolsol RUBBERS Regularly 00c and $1.00 Women's Steel Woolsole RUBBERS Regularly 70c and 75c Bennett's Big Grocery Bennett's Excalsior Flour. Rack 1.70 anil CO Green Stamps Bennett's Capitol Coffee, pound 8o and 30 Green Stamps Teas, assorted, pound 48o and 40 Green Stamps Klca Splandld quality Jap Itic. regular 10c grade, four pounds for 85o Clam Chowdar Burnham s can 90o and 30 Green Stamps vcin. nolollna pnrtH flavor thraa ckrs. for SBo natavia Gloss Starch, 10c pkgs Granulated Super, 20 lbs. for t'ornmeal, white or yellow, 8-lb. sack Succotash, "Best We Have'' brand, loc iiuamy Bennett's Capitol Wheat, package...... Pure revper, per enn . .60 $1.00 ,.16o lOo , ..11c and 10 Green Stamps 10c and 6 Green Stamps Yankee Cream Corn, our reg- - f(. nlar 15c kind Per dozen Bl.ao California Prunes, 12V4c quality, per lb ' ? Chicken Feed, lb.....3o Bono Meal, lb 2Vo Oyster Shells, lb lo CORN SPECIAL- CUM TT 100 S. & H. Green Stamps with each . ton 'TUESDAY These are Our Leaders: Domestic Lump, ton ...$5.25 Domestic Nut, ton .....$5.00 6 50 TON CAPITOLCOAL The Beat that Sums" In Lump or Nut For furnace or heater use Lump for range use Nut. . r . , . 100 & H. Stamps with every ton ordered Tuesday, Quality of these far above the average low priced grades. t2!5NBBCZ!aa2L2taV!aZ!!Ia Ground floor office in The Bee Building East front on Seventeenth street, one door north of Farnani, size 16Vx40. The fire-proof vault in connection with this room is 6,xl21j and there is also a cloak and wash room, conveniently arranged. There is an entrance from the court to this room, making a good and accessible office to reach the public. It will be available April first. Small offices with vaults Did you ever stop to consider the value of a vault in connection with an office? It gives you a place to keep your books and valuable papers in rase of fire breaking out In your office; You don't need to lock up your office every time you are called out. Many customers are lost when they find the door locked and no place to wait for your re turn. We offer a small room with vault on the fourth floor just west of the elevator. Easy of access and convenient to the public and the tent is only $17.50 per month. The Bee Building Company ASK TO SKE THE SUPERINTENDENT OF BUILDING, ROOM 103. rto UU A IllllllV llFNTICT ISO JLSi. UlnlUWll , vaiaj Painless Extracting oo Crowns, up from.. 92.&S Partial Plataa, up from 93.00 Fillings, up from Ma porcelain Fillings. up from Sl.SO rAM- TJBT. TTVwT ouioa. Tkgui IX. 175. Brldsa Work, per tooth, up from 92.60 Nerves removal with. rut pain. ALVIOLIS WOBI' A efXCIAXTT. work guaranteed Id years. SINGLE FORKS or Spoons, o.- Butter Spreaders, of Bouillon Spoons, are given these days for birthday gifts, anniversary gifts. We have a very nice line of these goods la sterling sliver. Look for the name. S. W. LINDSAY Jeweler ISIS SOUOLAS IIKIET TT y iA-W-F 38 IjgV There Is no better remedy w for a cough, cold, aore I throat or lung trouble than JLL lL Howell's-Anti-Kawl Try a bottle, tSo and tOo. BOimU DBUO CO.. KlddU tsa Blook Botsl Zioyal Reliable Dentistry Taft's Dental Rooms So You Must Store Your Furniture? Then call us today. We have the place you want We have the facilities you appreciate. We have the vans and the men to relieve you of every detalL OMAHA VAN & STORAGE CO. Doug. 155U Jrnl. A-15j9. Tuesday Specials Worthy Your Consideration n.nminwiw. THO RCLIAILH TORI Men's $12. S15 and $18.00 Winter Suits, All Sizes, at $7.48 Bargain Day in Cloak Department All broken lots and odd garments go at far less than cost ta manufacture. Men's $3.50 and $4 Shoes, all Styles and Leathers, at $2.50 90 Fine Winter Coats Odd gar ments, sizes 3(, 38 and 40 only; to $35.00 values $10.00 75 Nobby Tailor Suits All col. ors and sizes, .$18, $20 to $25 values, all at one price, $9.00 Lawn and Madras Waists, worth to $1.50 Broken lots, quite a variety for selection, greatest snaps ever shown in Omaha. .25c Dress and Walking Skirts All newest styles, values to $7.50; choice $3.05 $3.00 Heatherbloom Underskirts All colors and black, marvel ous values at .......... .$1.45 Extra Specials for Tuesday in Our Famous Domestic Room From O to 9:30 A. M. One case of fine 10c bleached cambric, 36 Inches wide, soft finish, 10 yards limit, at, per yard 5 From 10 to 10:30 A. M. One case of 12V&C double fold flannelettes, fine Persian patterns, 10 yards limit, at, per yard 5 From 2 to 2:30 V. M. One case of fine fluffy striped light colored out ing flannels, regular 10c grade, 10 yards limit, at, a yard if From 3 to 8:30 P. M. One case of $1.25 Cotton Blankets, 11-4 extra heavy, Named Ideal, well known to be the best $1.25 blanket on the mar ket, 2 pairs limit, per pair y. . 76f What 10c Will Buy Artlolss that sold up to 35o rasnlarlyf yens choice for lo casts, ' . All sizes roasting- or drip pans; 25o cold handled Acmrf1 fry. pans;v2Re tin dinner buckets; extra large 20c cotton mop heads; leatherette chair seats, all' sizes; Mrs. Voorman's sink strainer; large Japaned folding: lunch boxes; dolly wash boards; polished mop handles; 26c shoet steel wire covered toaster; 2 Mrs. Pott's Iron bandies; 3 boxes 5c clothes pins; 2Bc tin strainers; enameled white lined wash basins; 4-quart enameled pudding pan; Windsor dipper; 6 tin pie plates. Be size; !5c whisk broons; 10-lnoh plaster's trowel; 10c scrub brushes: 5 wire or wooden Be coat Viansers; 25a extra heavy wire carpet beater; 6 boxes hardwood tooth picks; 4 rolls toilet paper. Omaha's Greatest Fresh Vegetable and Fruit Market Fresh Vegetables From the South at Summer Prices, TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER Best t All firm I'afera. 2 heads fresh Leaf Lettuce 6c 3 bunches fresh Hothouse Radishes. .. .Be Large bunch fresh Beets 4c Large bunches fresh Carrots 4o Large bunches fresh Turnips 4c Large bunches fresh Onions SVic Head Lettuce, per head 6c Kresh Cauliflower, per lb 6o Fresh Sweet Potatoes, per lb 3Vc Old Beets, Carrots, Parsnips or Turnips, per lh 2c Fancy Cabbage, per lb ZSic Fancy Wax Beans, per quart 10c New Honey, per rack 12 "4 c Fancy 7-crown Figs, per lb 16c KXCIKX.A1TD ITAYZL OBA1TOS BAX.B The Highland Navels excell all other for richness, quality, sneetnens and flavor. A special car for Tuesday at the following price: Regular ll'-fcc sle. per doiort, , 7l4o Regular 16c slse, per dozen .......... 1 Oo Regular 20c six,, per dozen .......... 1 fin Regular 30c sine, per oVir.en .....fflo Regular 36c size, per dozen 25q All other sizes In comparison. SPECIAL BZTBA Monday's prices In Flour, Sugar and Canned Goods. Tot Candlemas See our full line of Church Candles foi Tuesday's salt), per lb. ............. .850 DON'T FORGET TRY HAYDEN'S FIRST rr payo 4 Electric Power Electricity for laundries, factories, machine shops, office build ings, stores, or any. place that uses or needs power. Saves labor and trouble. Saves on the cost of the powet instal lation, operation and on the up-keep. No engineers or firemen, Just a simple switch to put the wheels in motion any time. "We will be glad to talk it over with "you. . . . Omaha Electric Light & Power Co. Y. M. C. A. BUILDING Contract Department. Both Phones. HOTELS. CALIFORNIA Santa Barbara THE POTTER AMERICAN PLAN Rates Single $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 $7.00 Rates Double $7.00 $8.00 $9.00 $10.00 $11.00 Has Its Own Squab Ranch, Live Stock Farm, Poultry Ranches, Vegetable Gardens, Private Country Club, Race Track and Polo Grounds, Private Livery. Wireless Telegraph, Art Gallery and Picturesque Golf Links, Good Table, Good Living. Cheerful Service, Rates Graduated to All, Reasonable Requirements, Accommodations for One Thousand Guests, Artesian Well and Refrigerating Plant, Conservatories, Green Houses, A Whole Mile of Geraniums. Open All the Year Round, 80.000 Fine Rosebushes, Child ren's Grove, Zoo, 60,000 Pigeons and T ' Would be Pleased to Send You Booklet Free Stop-over Privileges Enroute Between Los Angeles and San franclsco. ' MILO M. POTTER, Manager 1517 sovaiaa it., oiuia.