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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1911)
T7IK HER: OMAHA, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1011.
Nebraska's Leading Crop
Advance lnfrn atlon ronrernins Kmln
crop atatiFtli s which he has complied for
the year Ml, has been Riven by Deputy
Labor Commlssttiner Uuyr. In his report
ha point out that tho crn crop this eta
aon was in bunhrla than It in a
year a-o, but tha price higher. What
lost In production tii gained on
pi kt, matting ine value os me cum
The bulletin of tho labor commissioner
lll show that the production of winter
heat a greater this year than It was
year ago, and that the value of the 1111
crop exceeded that of the previous year
by H.400.000. The total value of all crops,
nrrordln to the labor commissioner, will
rhow a slight lncroaso over that of list
Ilecauae of the rapid strides made In
fruit crowing, a separate bulletin Is to be
Issued. Just what Increase this year will
show over a year ago will not be known
until the bulletin Is published. Mr. Guye
says: "The 1911 report, while being
Slightly below the general average yield
Seems to be gained throtight the advanced
price and our enormous gain in fruit
crops, hence the total value of our 1911
crop will be slightly In advance of the
"The rapid strides made In fruit growing
have necessitated the getting out of a
separate bulletin on this subject and the
total result of the fruit crop for 1911 will
fcot, therefore, 1 known until this bulletin
"Upon the five principal crops, namely,
corn, wheat, oats, rye and barley, we find
the following as compared with tha crops
Acre- Average Troducfn
ace. Yield. Ilu.
.2i.o'!S :i mmsnj
6,696," 2S ns,n-:i,m
W I NT KB W1IKAT.
J.sM.HXl 13 a 7 40.l:.f.7l
J.J74,0"4 17 03 40.H17.M4
I14.W7 11 03 6.7I.U
fci.OT? 13.44 4.M6.517
io so mm
low 91i,io snr;
"J M l.Ktl.199 1.W2.XM
valuation for corn, wheat, oats, rye and
barley for 1911 and 1910 was based upon
the current market value of crops at
date of compilation, which for 1910 was
50 centa, 90 rents, 2 cents, CO cents and
4 cents, rtsppctlvely. For 1911, 65 cents,
fl, 49 cents, 76 cents snd 60 cents, re-spectlvely."
UNCLE SAM'S LOAD OF COIN
What lie Coald lo with Ills fioldea
Hoard If He Felt that
"It wilt be noted that the estimate on
Rome very Interesting nirures regarding
the gigantic hoards of gold In the strong
boxes of the United Btates government
have been given out by officials of the
Treasury department at Washington. It
Is not exactly the vast amount of this
gold, but the possibilities of what we
could do with It If we had It that makes
It all so Interesting.
In round numbers there Is something
like 11.300,000,000 In gold in Uncle Ham's
strong box. If, for Instance, he so de
sired he could build for himself a golden
pathway from the Atlantlo to the Faclflc
coast of 15 gold pieces placed end to end,
and when ha reached 'Frisco he would
have a few left over to "sit In" at a
More than one billion dollars of this
great mass of gold Is In coin, the remain
der In bullion. Russia comes second with
a gold reserve of $440,000,000, and Franc
comes trailing along In third place with
about $30,OCO,000. And at the rate that
Uncle Fain Is piling up his gold eagles
he will soon have twice as much as
either Russia or France.
If all the gold In the United Btates
treasury was In tfi gold pieces and It
these were placed In a straight line, end
to end, they would reach a distance t
1,219 miles. If In $30 gold coins placed
end to end they would reach from New
York City to a point a hundred miles or
so' west of the Mississippi river.
The gold reserve In ti gold coins placed
so as to cover a square area would make
a golden field two miles square, or four
square miles, or a mere trifle of 2.300
golden acres. If the 15 gold coins were
stacked banker fashion they would make
a pile 175 miles high. New York World.
Hoyden Oros.' cat Dept.
Down With tho Trust
At last wo hnvo succeeded in downing tho meat
trust. This is your gain, for you buy meats Saturday
for lower prices than ever and, remember, you get
only the choicest cuts hero besides full weight.
12V60 "D-d 100.
Turk Roast . . . .
Bulk Sausage -, .
Hindquarters Lamb or Mutton
Forcquartera- Lamb- or -Mutto.
Mutton or Lamb Chops, 3 lbs.
Mutton Stow, 10 lbs.
Boneless Rib Roast .
lot Roast . Wj T and it
Round Steak ...... . . 1(1
'12H0 "d 10
Veal Roast . , ; . , . . , , , ,
6&! CbOpS m us t lit a mm
Pic NIc llama
No. 1 Baron
Chickens . . .
m . . ... ...
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ayden Ores.' eat Bent.
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u3 til! r'iii LmSI
lilpairiok's Extension Progressing Rapidly!!!
Jon tSic Contractors Are Preparing to Dreak Through on the lain Floor!
We are loaded with merchandise bought for Fall and Winter business. We expected to got possession of the theater building earlier and had
hoped to be doing business in the addition now. How true it is that "The well laid plans o mice and men gang aft agley."
Boarding goes up now to keep the brick dust from the Dry Goods. We must move the merchandise. The easiest pface to care for it is in the
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There will be wonderful values in Linen?,
Dress Ooods and Silks Saturday. My how tho
orders are coming in for made-to-measuro
skirts. Special price of $2.00 for the making
while sale is in progress.
"We have crowded forward reserve stock
into tho various departments and have cut rad
ically to move quickly.
LISTEN, MEN! Here are a few quotations
Saturdav, Men's Union Suits, were Ofin
$1.25 and $1.50, will go at 0C
Saturday, Men's $2.00 Suits, splendid ?f 4 C
quality, will go at
Saturday, Men's $3.00 Suits, great ft OP
underwear values, will go at
There will be sold all the reserve Men's Mocha
nnd Capo Glovesregular $1.50 raluesJ
Outing Flannel Night Robes and Pyjamas, com-
fort producer. Night robes 50c to $1.50
Pyjamas great values $1.00 to $2.50
7 Weeks After This Till Christmas
We nro terribly crowded in Books and Sta
tionery Section nil tho Christmas Cards, Cal
endars, Books, Sets, etc. are piling up at such a
rate that unless we dispose of a largo part of
tho stock we'll have "Confusion Worse Con
founded." We closed out a lot of choice Kodak
"and Postal Card Albums marked them at a
very low price, intending to have a special sale.
Must act quickly now so have decided to give
20 OFF the low prices Saturday. If you think
of buying Photo Albums or Card Albums this
is a rare chance.
Bought all the Leather, Photo Frames sold at
50c, 75c and $1.00 Saturday, 25C
It will pay you to do your Christmas shop
ping now, for Saturday you will get 20co off
everything in this department except recent
There is a 50c box of Stationery which
should attract you at 39c a box. Now note,
please, whether you buy penny postal cards or
choice sets for the libray you get one-fifth off.
Speaking of sets wo have quite a large as
sortment, all new, all away below publishers'
prices and then 20 off that..
On 2d Floor Saturday
Will be offered some of the biggest
bargains ever offered by Thos.
, Kilpatrick & Co.
Women's Suits perfectly tailored, rich fabrics,
up-to-the-minute fashions, and a splendid col
lection to choose from. Suits, indeed, which
have been selling up as high as $G5; 6 Qr
all at one price Saturday ua
Other wonderful values, also, but this one is
so exceptional that we quote price.
CHILDREN'S SECTION SATURDAY
Children's Hats, sold up to $4.50,, each $1.98
Baby Caps of wool and felt, were $2.00, at 98c
Pure Cashmere Drawer Leggings, were $1.25,
Caracul Coats, ages 2 to 8, Saturday, at $3.48
Junior Coats, 13, 15 and 17-year olders: great
values at $10.00
And please remember to ask to see the new
Junior Jackets, made from heavy all wool mack
inaw materials at $G.00 each. The most com
fortable and best wearing garment in our judg
ment ever produced.
Blanket and Comforter Sale continues Sat
urday. Glove bargains all day Saturday. Un
derwear and Hosiery business has been so rush
ing the past few days that it is impossible to
get or give selling particulars in detail. There
will be no disappointment at the values.
Please come in the morning if possible. We
have had such a rush of business all over the
store this week as to make it impossible to give
prompt delivery. Please be patient with us and
if not inconveniencing you too much, it will
favor us greatly if you will take with you small
Lest you fail to remember wo urge you
again not to overlook the sale at Book and Sta
tionery Section Saturday. You will be so glad,
too, to have some of your Christmas shopping
i r i itiil i iii siiii
Gsge cmwji rawC3 Cwra CAlii C3
J? Ornahn.' Pnra II
Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Department
FItKSII PRESSED Sl'lUXO CHICKKXS
AT THE PUDUC MARKET
Steer Pot Roast ..QVitf
Steer Steak 10
Young Veal Chops t'10
Young Veal Roast 10
Veal Stew -5t
Gouin Spring Lamb Leg",
per pound ....OVie
Lamb Chops 10
Lamb Stew, 8 lbs 25
IMg Pork Roast 8
1,000 lbs. No. 1 Skinned Hams,
per pound 13 xh
Small Ham 10
No. 1 Calumet Dacon ..17
6,000 lbs. Sugar Cured Bacoa
P lb 13
3-lb. pall of Lard 35t
Fresh Dressed Chickens ....()
From 7 to 9 P. M. Lamb Chops,
per lb 5
From 9 to 10 P. M. Pork
Chops, per lb 11
zr.i 3 P.M.
S stocks Michigan Celery 10o
Cooking Apples, rer peck 20o
lied Holland Cabbage (h'ancy),
Cooking Kiss. Per lb lOo
ltates, lii cartons lOo and IBo
Johnson's Bweet Cider, per Jug,
at 3uo and 60o
Kaney Head Lettuce, Peppers, Cu
cumbers, Wax and Ktrlng Beans, -Urupe
L '... V. t'ln.u i.Tila,
U Jb. can hklnlosn 'lgs 2Ke
(I a rum rillver I'oll.sh . . 16c. 80c. 76o
II pKtfa. "ArBa" uioas marca..oa
26c rake, 1 lb.. Imported Castile
rtui "L.U Lu" Scouring l'owder,
. . VKn
fluffed Olives, jar,..10o, lSc, J5dl
toe Jar gueen onves sdo
l-lb. pic 6. Victoria rial Boda....6o
Q50SB Qttrzj CKErjCW Cwws Qpxxr& Z&3
VsriLont or Ohio Maple Sugar,
.per lb. ibo
I pkgs. Corn Flakes 25o
11.(6 vB-fral.) OH or Gasoline Can,
with safety pump, special. .. 50a
Layer iialalns, in l-lb. cartons,
. for 2f,0
I cans "Nabob" Soups, assorted,
Batter, Xggs and Cheese Sept.
Our best Country Butter, In sani
tary jars, per lb i)5o
"Itus" Creamery Butter, In car
tons, per lb Jiio
Btrlctly Fresh Kggs, for table use,
per do.'.en 32a
roinestlo Swiss Cheese, per v
Ijtrge Edam Cheese, each... 1.10
Imported itoquefort Cheese. lb.40o
gunrt Jrs Celery Relish or Chnw
Lye Hominy, bulk, per lb 10a
Lilll tickles, per doi,.15o and 20c
' 1 .
jlj tin i crve
Don't wait until you have
taken a sever cold, or grip, or
find It neceaaary to call a
doctor. Itrlng noma a bottle of
Ulller'a Straight Pure Whiskey
keep a bottle always on hand.
It Is absolutely dependable for
bonis purpoaes and it la pleas
ant, smooth and palatable,
Far better than most one dol
lar ur ilu da, and it coals you
1 1 '
?g Pork Shoulder Roast,
rig Pork Cbors, per lb. 12V4
Steer Slrlola Bteak 15
Veal Chops, per lb. .... .10
No. 1 Lean Bacon, by the strip, regular price 22V4c,
special, per lb
Rolled Rib Roast, all bones out,
at 12V4 and 10?
Choice) Pot Roast 10S 7H
Veal Roast, per lb 10t
Kulokofskr Meat Co Prop.
210 North lOOi Street. A-2141; D 17DC.
GO Cents Per Quart
row Quart Skipped rrepaid.
Peat forget order today. Call, phoa or write te
"MILLER LIQUOR CO.
1S0S raVmaTAJC CTBKBT.
Pou:3s Bast Can3 Granulated Sugar
Zf Toa ynrcbaae II Order of Other Goods.
WS carry a full line -it Tvm.. Cutter, bpKea, At
tracts, linking l'ud..r, tt:
Try Oar &oflee, kpeolal at, a 1., aoe.
oyuno Toa Co.
406 McrlhlGth St.
Tal. O. 2446; Ind. B-2448
( Pay Cash and
Buy vll your meats from ua and
you'll .uve money, and besides you
will net the choicest, juiciest, ten-,
derext meals euld in Omaha. v
KnowlnRly we never allow atousu
steak or roust In our shoo, y a
buy only I lie choicest; sell fur
aiot rash; keep no book accounts ;
neither do we deliver These are
the reasons why we can ell sucn
guod ii.sat for less than the other
fellows sell Inferior quality. .
iHin't forg-et our own, home
dreaeed chickens Nothing like
theiu la Omaha
spring- liens ItHe
lor a lyulna tlSs
1'ork Itoaat -
Home Made l'c.rk Sauaaiia lUVae
Home ltenierrl 1-arU lte
lui bacoa Htrlpe J7-o
lixn Hack b trips
Fot ltojt SH and To
Jos. Bath's Cash Market
1 ir.it I'anuun btreet.
Vei, Oosvfla C,
unkist California Wines
The Best Home Made Vine on the
market. Order a bottle today and be
Angelica, Port, Sherry Muscatel,
Tokay, full quart BOc
White Cross Malt Whiskey, full
Jackdaw Rye, bottled In bond,
Teunessee White Corn (moon
shine) full quart 75c
Tennessee White Corn (moon
Most any Standard Bottled In
Uond llrand, quart Sl.OO
Home Made Wine, white or red,
We five (ireen Trading ritaxnpa.
. CACKLEY BROS.
121 N. lBlh St. Opp. P. O.
the Pay foe 1 S
P3ho are in
Search of Paano Barga S n
HA YD EN'S PIANO DEPARTMENT will be tho busiest spot in
town Saturday, providing the readers of this advertisement take ad
vantage of the dondrous saving offers.
If you ever intend purchasing a piano for your home, do it now,
it will pay. You can afford tc give your old piano away and furnish
your home with a new high grade instrument.
"We are offering these pianos at such low prices because they are
sample instruments not carried in. our regular line. Here are a few of
the values we offer:
$200 Upright. . . $125 $300 Upright . . $225
$275 Upright. . . $150 $350 Upright . . $250
$250 Upright. . . $175 $375 Upright . . $275
$275 Upright. . . $200 , $400 Upright . . $300
Compare the qualities and prices on the above pianos with any of
the so-called piano bargain offers in Omaha, and you will at sight be
convinced that for, real piano bargains Hayden's is the place to go.
Call and inspect our PLAYER PIANOS. "We have the finest line
of PLAYER PIANOS in the city. Note the following makes: Knabe,
Emerson, Angelas, Fischer, Cecilia n, Milton, Schaeffur, I?. S. Howard,
Price & Teeple, Stratford and others. AVe will sell one of the above
PLAYER PIANOS, 88-note, fu!l size, fully warranted, on Saturday
for $375 with 25 rolls of music, bench and scarf.
Highest of qualities, lowest of prices and
easy terms. Free stool, free scarf, with all
THE OLD RELIABLE
SS sasa,su3 s"
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