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TTTK OMAHA DATLV BEE: TUESDAY. FEBKUAnV Ifi. 19W.
,eb;lsra- first in wheat
VH.?tlk Winj on Spring Wheat
fc'MpI Oiren Many TeiU.
joxj ; prow prizes announced
t- . ' I .
WtNl Awards Were livid 1'alll All
await Ware Mill r Mlaa
J ' , a palls faaajir Gtvlaa;
., - Casapleta Tta.
fWri k won 'f ll-it prise for tha bst
rnW for Hght bread flour at the National
Cot A "xnattlM. tha winners twin: an
aeUheaA fof th first tlm Monday, when
retUY-as wsra received from the Minneapolis
W7)D. "Stalk Of Grand Inland wan the
wfrtnert'The prlee I a complete farm elec
trfe'U1tln plant, given by the Orr Gas
I fail ha itArter company of Omaha.
Its' saiftple for spring wheat for which
Nebraska baa never been quite famous,
fetjt' the product of the elate t recognized
fey miller ae toeing the beet grown, only
they cannot get enough of It to make a
gand;abowtng every year.
Thef. eotteat waa open to the world.
Thtrty-ftva e'nlrtee were " made from all
aarta f tha wheat growing area, including
lll(yaaota. which won moat of the prlaea.
Tba.vrfcsat. was not only judged by the
: aaefU , from agricultural college and the
Uxapartare from t the leading grain e
ebaagM of the j."nitd States, but It was
given the laboratory teat In the best
equipped milling . laboratories, then It wis
wrUledy he 'VVeehburn-Crosby company
of Mlanaapolis, makers of some of the best
flour a Ida world."
'' Wlas aa Mr Scores.
'Wvfert'HhMe reports were all in. the
wheat was given a certain number of scores
for each ttst.Mr. Stelk's wheat had
seer : total. The millers
ehoVid'tMe'telatJve amount of flour, shorts
and,, bran and comparative amount of
glut", Carbohydrates, oil, ssh, fibre and
nocture. The ""following were the other
wirintrs ,1b , thf class.
' Second, ' John'" Cheney. Warren, Minn.,
seer ! point. Prlae Power grain grader,
vatya g) AO. donated by Kureka Manufactur
ing" company, Lincoln, Neb.
Third, 4. W. Rlnnall, Woodbine, la., score
1 points, prise rloosier drill, value SS. do
nkted 'toy John Deere Plow company,
Omaha.-. , .
Fourth, "8. If. Thompson, Rifle.' Colo.,
atWce sl points, prise Bteel grain bin. value
Iffi,-donated by BiH'er Manufacturing com
pany Kansas City. Mo.
"Firth. Merrltt Green, Jr., Marshatltown,
la., score 81 paints, no prise for thia place.
' Tle follewlng Is the official score card
fe." , Judging 'wheat, used by those who
passed on (he ' samples giving Nebraska
' (: ' Points.
Tield of flour
Texture end color of loaf
! of lpaf
Soundness and flavor
Per Cent and quality of gluten
if T VU
Total score . ., ,
' Clatea Caateat Decides.
In' this class the samples of John Cheney
and 3i W. Blnnall. scored an equal number
af ' points, alt the samples of B. H.
Them peon aAd. kterritt Green, Jr., had an
tquaV dumber, ', but the docislon of the
Judges was ' made In fuvor of the sample
coring1 the highest number of points In
quantity1 and quality of gluten and anaorp
tl'en. whtck. were considered of most Im
.Winners of-other wheat prises will be
made known in a few days. During the
exposition -only a few awarda were made.
as the National Corn exposition had an
nounced its determination to give all wheat
sarnplee in' the classes of most lmportanco
the hrllling test. It was the first time a
train show ever made this test . beforu
awarding premiums and furnishes a com
ptttta-Utsf at one conclusive and undls
puHbte. a . : :
NEWLYWEDS DODGE SHERIFF
1 Cv'Caapen af Elk City Wanted, aa
' V - Jarar, bwt Ra and Bride Side.
.a , s4ep Baveeaaf ally.
. Witle bride is fondly hoping that Sheriff
Bralley will not find her husband and
JT-Vaf WnV from1 her arms. Not that the
kherlff. would lock him up to await trial
.brvanvthin of that sort, but the sheriff
w-9t!-yl nfev-erthelesa put a crimp In tho
toane'yihbonr which would be nothing short
'iwWC. Cooper of Klk City Is the bride
groom .whpm the 'sheriff wishes to find.
Ii) Tuesday Cooper waa drawn upon a
ipeblat venire Impanelled because the sup
Ply, of Jurors, for the Goodell case waa
halng cthauated, A deputy fared forth to
"Ek CltJ'. bot did not find Cooper. That
' mag had gone to Waterloo to be married
and. married he was. The requisition is
'atflb goad, however, , and when a deputy
'en. locate Coo-er he will serve the papera
;uort.fPv ' . "'
'Jt'ia eot alleged, that the bridegroom la
'Irf'bitn?' taeugU it would not be strange
if 'he. 'and the bride should prolong the
.HERMAN PETERS WINS SUIT
. ' ' i
'eUVelrdlet la Dana a e Halt Where
'-.' :'kWatl Aska for rive Thai.
.'- .' "'y . ' ' aaaej Dollars.
i titU t , i , i v
Natrmaa B.' Peters, proprietor of the Mer
cliaAtr bote achieved a victory Monday
nttbrUBig' ln Judge Day's court when that
'Jurist ,a-dcra4 th Jury to bring in a verdict
Mask ha, oercnaaiM- in a aamage suit.
vJUlia. BenaonyWM the plaintiff in the case
Vnd akd 6,0 Jamagea for injuries re-..ae-yM.
,in- the elevator of the hotel. The
.cAsa wept to the supreme court after a pre-
H.rUMt trial' and the decision of Judge Day
4k&ptv0e!(. .be, said, waa in accordance with
.IAS, .ruling of that' body upon the question
jv lyed. vThe ' plaintiff took an exception
.tottta'oourt'a directing the verdict.
M.tMCKEN. LOSES HIS CASE
' Vails' Ye Get Maaey Asked of tioatk
.-.''" Oataha Board of Kae
1 ' ' oatlaa.
'tiedrgk i'F. McCracken, at one time almost
'superintendent of the South Omaha schools,
.lost Ma suit la county court Monday niorn
' ihf'ag-alTiat the Magic City Board of Kdu
ttoa.; MeCracken sued for 1733. he alleged
waa due him through his loss by reason
tof'thd action' of the board. He claimed
" that he was-appolnted to the position, but
- Dever'ettowed to fill It, the board electing
another snan after him. The 1733 la the
. difference 'between the salary which he
. would have received and what he did get
. in : the poalUoa.be was forced to take.
Unheard of Bargains
IN OUR GREAT
THIS GIGANTIC STOCK IS MUCH TOO LARGE TO
BE DISPOSED OF IN ONE DAY. ON TUESDAY
THE VARIETIES WILL BE AS GREAT AS EVER.
Thlg U the entire Block of a prominent eastern concern which
discontinued the rug business. Those who were kept at home by
the cold weather today will get Just as big bargains Tuesday.
SUCH A SALE OF RUGS AS THIS WILL PROBABLY
NEVER OCCUR AGAIN. It is scarcely possible that
we could again secure such an immense stock at such
a low price. We urge you, by all means, to come tof
Brandeis store Tuesday. Thousands of Rugs to choose
$30 AXMINSTER RUGS at $15.98
High quality Axminster, in 9x12 size all
perfect spring goods many in rich
Oriental effects always sold up to
S22.50 VELVET RUGS (9x12 ALSO ROOM
SEAMLESS BRUSSELS RUGS $11.98
These rugs are sramles and never before offered T at m AQ
at a sale- j)ll.!0
room sUes, at .-t
9x12 GENUINE WILTON SEAMLESS RUGS
Rugs of this elegant character can't be bought anywhere elae for
less than $55. We specially mention tue new vuuu
center ruga in rich color effects,
$5 Quarter Section Rags $1.98
Fine Brussels and Wilton Velvet
Rugs for small bed CI QQ
$5 Axminster Rags $1.59
Z7-iricn. Axminsters, in new
spring patterns, great
ALL THIS WEEK-Our Main Floor.
Special De m o n st r a tion
- and Sale of the Famous
The makers of ' Heatherbloom
petticoats have naturally selected
the Brandeis stores as the moBt
desirable place to conduct a dem
onstration of their famous petti
coats. Nearly every .woman knows
what excellent material Heather
bloom Is, but this demonstration
and sale will' give thousands the
opportunity of hearing of the many
superior points of excellence of
these wonderfully popular petti
coats from an expert.
The inanvfacturer$ have delegated
Jis8 Avgusta liennett to conduct the
demonttration. liennett will re
main all week. We have equipped a
demons' ration square onmainjloor.
This will be by far the greatest
Bhowing of Heatherbloom Skirts
ever in a western store. During
thlB sale we have marked thou
sands of the most desirable petti
coats at 15 to BO per rent less
than regular prices.
Come any day this week.
Great Embroidery Sale
New Allover Embroideries and Waistings Also elegant
new lots of 27-inch skirt flouncings thousands of yards
on bargain square, Tuesday, worth up my jrv '
to 75c a yard, at, ZPC
18-inch Skirtings, Corset Covers Embroideries and Floun
cings Crisp, new embroideries ot Kwiss, TllTk
nainsook and cambric many are worth J? (T
50c a yard special, Tuesday, yard. .
Medium width Embroideries and fine galloon Beadings,
XKW IATS OF. WASH LACES in a variety of desirable
and patterns worth up to 12 ftc yard at,
$1.00 Spring Silks at 59c
, . . V tarktfal
esMha-stomaoh,.Uvtr terpor. lime bark and
jjafc Hfla-iyi are, overcome by. Electric
BUUrs. Guaranteed. 50c For sale by
.Xeatan Pro Co.
Shadow stripe peau de messaline and plain weave peau de gant.
beautiful street and evening shades a real
$1.00 yard silk, at,
I 1 I V a
PBXirO 8TTX.B BOOK, with l.Bnn tntn stylp and
any 15c ladies liumn journal i-aitern
'Three exceptional Tuesday bargains for boys and girls; strong; and
durable stockings, in winter weights, at less than wholesale cost.
Children's fleece lined Stockings, In all siies, heavily ribbed,
regulaf 17e quality -Tuesday's price
Boys' havy ribbed Stockings, excellent wearing quality, the kind that
a rollicking boy needs, regular 20c kinds,
Tuesday . . .
TUESDAY'S SPECIAL BARGAIN OFFERINGS
Girls' fine ribbed imported Stockings, wth double knees, rich lustrous
black, the identical quality retailing everywhere at 25c, 1 7
Tuesday, pair 1 C
50 Doz. Black Sateen Shirts
on Sale Tuesday, Regular
Price 75c. for
We secured these Shirts at a price much less than they cost at the factory.
They ore first quality Shirts the kind you cannot duplicate In any store
under 7(ic each. All size. 14 to 19. The materials are of the best, ft o
the workmanship unsurpassed. A pronounced bargain and you'll jAO
have, to hurry; choice "
Tiffany shape, also wider oval gold bands; all sizes
or Mill make you any shape you desire. We have our
own shop where ae make or repair anything In the
iewelry line. Ixiok for the name.
is. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
151 DOUQItAS STBZXT
Crowna. a from.
Fllltnca. up from
up from Sl.BO
IU 1 1'
10U VAJkMAM ITKS1T.
same off too. Vkeaei XX.
Bridge Work, per
tooth, up from (3.50
Kerves removad wlttk
Work suaj-aaie4 tea
$2.00 SHIRTS, Still on Sale
New Shirts, mind you. Clean, fresh stock, and best of patterns and materials.
2nd dnaen of them; plsln and pleated, coat and regular styles, i s
All slz.es a Shirt liargain extraordinary at a mere fraction I I
, over half value p
Bennett's Big Grocery
Bennetts Capitol Coffee. Ih. pks; SSO and
Tetley'a Sunflower Tea, lb ;:70o and
Ture Black Fepper, "can 10o and
Candled Orange peel, lb .lBVio
California rrunes, 12 Vic quality, lb ; 80
Poppy Kvaporated Milk, large can 10c and
Finest Soda Crackers, fresh, pkg ; 100 and
Seedless Raisins, 15c quality, 8c, or two pounds 16o
Evaporated Black Raspberries, lb... 40 o and
Tomeroy Corn, three cans , 95o and
Newport Catsup, bottle... loo and
Pchepp's Cocoanut, H-lb. pkg 13o and
Stallwerck's Premium Chocolate, Vt lb 83o and
Diamond S Chill Sauce, bottle lfi and
Nectarine Hale, worth 12Hc; special, lb.. So ; two for 180
Bennett's Capitol Oats, 2-lb pkg lOo and
Burnham'8 20c Clam Chowder, can 18Ho
Granulated Sugar 30 stamps with each dollar's worth
Bennett's Capitol Flour, 24-lb. sack 85o and
Heins Extra Spiced Pickles, quart SOo and
Heinz' Sweet Mixed Pickles, quart 3Bo and
; REDUCED RATES
BIG HORN BASIN
On Tuesdays March 2d and 16th, 190'J. and on the first and third Tues
days of each month thereafter, I will personally conduct land seekers' excur
sions to the. Big Horn Basin and Yellowstone Valley; where somo of the rich
est lands In. the world are open to sale and settlement
HOUND TltlP RATE HAS BEEN SPECIALLY" REDUCED TO ONLY 27.50
from any station on the Burlington in Nebraska to any point in the Big
Horn Basin or Yellowstone Valley, near Billings, Mont.
CROP YIELDS 50 bu. wheat, 60 to 90 bu. oats. 70 bu. barley, 3 cuttings al
falfa, 250 to 300 bu. potatoes, 18 to 22 tons sugar beets, and as an ex
treme Illustration, one farmer sold $900 worth of onions from three
quarters of an acre of irrigated land.
ADVANTAGES Deep, rich soil. Unlimited water supply. Perfect climate.
Timber and coal nearby. No cyclones nor floods. Pure water for do
mestic use. 1
PAYMENTS EASY $45.00 an acre under the Government ditch, one-tenth
cash, balance nine yearly payments without interest. $40 to $50 an acre
under the Cary Act, one-eighth to one-fourth cash, balance nine payments
6 per cent interest,
NEW FOLDER FREE Just off the press, describing the wonderful recent
growth of these localities, crop returns, etc. Write for it today.
D. CLEM DEAVER, General Agent
LAND SEEKERS INFORMATION BUREAU.
1004 Farnam Srect, Omaba, Neb.
'Call for a Van from us. When you
need a wagon you want it right away
not "sometime today." Quick ac
tion is our rule. Storage and moving.
OMAHA' VAN & STORAGE CO.
Doug. 1559 I nd. A-1559.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Beat of All f arm Tapers.
ONCC DC ICON . . .Ft.Aanst!na
, ALCAZA) St. Auiruatina
OftMOND. . .Orsxmd-oa-ths-rialtfax
THt SRCARISS Palm beach
OVAt. eoiNCIANA . . . faka Baarh
aOVAC PALM Miami
THI COLONIAL . Nassau. Bahama Ula.
'At LON9 KtV, S3 mdaa south of Miami,
baa aaao Mtabliahad aa klaat fUhmc
camp, with avrr comfort.
1 1T MILKS NCanta CUBA.
Tha aw nil Una along; f londa Km Is
aomslatad to KnUrhta Kvr.eonnx.tlca with
I steamships for bavaoa and Kr Wart.
For Information iwlathre to ttcLata,
I accommodation oa ateamoca. apply to
Better Be Cautions
For stormy weather by the
way is about due We have
stocked up on Men's storm
Shoes, the kind that keep the
feet dry, save doctor's bills
.and preserve your good dis
position. What's more uncom
fortable than wet, cold feet?
Well, as for the shoes, they
are made in two heights,
regular and ten inch uppers.
Foot form lasts, box calf and
grain calf, bluchers and buls
styles. List of sizes is com
plete. P R I C K 8 R A X O E.
Drexel Shoe Co.
. 1119 Farnam Street
THE RKLIABLK STORE
Bargain Day in tho Cloak Dopt.
a a a v A . .bb m a . a a m a
t!5.00. Tailor Suita. all sizes, good
colors and styles, choice.. 53.95
Women's Ixina Winter Coats, to 10
values, samples and odd lots, choice.
at 03 1 at ............
$7.50 Walking Skirts, big assortment for selection... ....
Near Seal and Astrakhan Fur Coa(s
values to $40, on sale.... $10.00
$3.00 Heatherbloom Underskirts, in
colors and black, on saie, cnoice.
MANUFACTURER'S STOCK SHOE SALE
Continues With Increased Interest Tuesday
Several thousand pairs of Men's and Ladles' Shoes, secured from two
of the best known manufacturers of Boston, Mass.,
' all styles, all leathers, all sizes, regular $3.00 and
' $3.50 values all at one price
Biggest bargains ever shown in Omaha.
From 0 to It a. m., Children's Shoes, regular $1.25 values, at,
SaWt!" Famous Domestic Room
From 0 to' 9:30 A. M.
One case of 11-4 Blankets, fine
felted cotton, regular price $1.60 pr.,
2 pairs limit, at, pair 6Sr
From lO to 10:80.
One case of fine fluffy, light striped
10c Outing Flannel for night shirts
or skirts, 10 yard limit, at, yard. .5
From 2 to 2:30.
One eaae of 40 Inch lAwns, fine 124c
quality, 10 yards limit, yard 4ft
From 3 to 8:R0.
One case of lOo fino Cambric, yard
wide, soft finish, 10 yards limit, at,
AMU DAY. . . t
Arnold's 15c Flannelettes , '. , c 10
Arnold's 12 c Flannelettes., . .7 H i
Arnold's 10c Flannelettes. t. .fJW ft
16c Percales, all colors, S 6-Inch lOtt
Ten other specials. V
Frosh Fruits and Vegetables
Omaha's Oraatsst Marks for frtsh
Ytgatablss at Inmmir Mesa.
Fresh Beets, per bunch 3'c
Fresh Carrots, per bunch 8Vic
Fresh Turnips, ptr bunch ........ 3'SC
Fresh Cauliflower, per pound .Tic
Fresh Parsley, large bunches .... 3'iC
Fresh. Onion, larao bunolies H'fcO
Fresh Swret Totatoes, pound 3 He
heads frenh lrltur be.
Fresh Cabbage, pound 3H
Fresh Hothouse Radishes, ft bunches be
Old Beets. Carrots. Turnips. Parsnips,
Rutabagas, Hed Onions, .White Onions,
.Ktc, per pound 2c
FTesh Spinach, per peck S 20a
Fancy Cucumbers, esch .... v ...... . n
Hellevua Celery, bunch, 20c, Sac, Mo
and , S.'.o
Lars? Grapa Fruit, each 8Ha
New Honey, per reck..., ...12 Via
Xlrhland Wavals Xaoal All Others for
quality, richness of flavor and aweni
ncan. They are finest grown In Cali
fornia, arid demand a nimh hlfrher price.'
To Introduce them Into the homes of tha
people, we will continue to sell this car
at the following prlcea:
Regular Ifio else, per doren ....... IRo
Regular 30c else, per'riosen ........ Son
Regular 40n else, per rinzen ....... . 2."c
Regular Oo else, per doxen ........ XOa
Also some for, per don. . ,7 He and lOo
TRY HAYDEH'S FIRST
Ground floor office
in Tho Boo Building
East front on Seventeenth street, one door north of
Farnam, size 16Mjx40V&. The fire-proof vanlt in connection
with this room is 6x12 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
offico to reach tho 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 case of fire breaking; out In your office. Ton dont seed 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
We offer a email room with vault on the fourth floor Just west
of the elevator. Easy of access and convenlei the public and the
rent Is only 117.60 per month.
Tho Boo Building Company
ASK TO SEE THE SUPERINTENDENT OF BUILDING, ROOM 105.
rvrci t t? vr
Xs 1 i X
Over the Fast Line
OMAHA to CHICAGO
Via Des Moines and Davenport
Into La Salle St. Station
Nearest Chicago's business
center, shopping and hotel
district only one on
1323 FARNAM ST.
C h i
Pay for What is Used
Electricity costs only when It works for you. '
No Expensive boilers to keep up over night.
No coal burned for steaming up Monday, or after Holidays.
No shut downs tor cleaning flues, or for repairing boilsm. The motor
if always ready and power costs only when machines are actually In
use, Writ or telephone ua today.
Omaha Electric llflhl & Power Co.
Y. M. 0. A. BUILDING
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Contract Department; Both Phones. B
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