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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1911)
TIIK BEE: 0fATT.. RATIJI1DAV. NOVKMPER 18, 1011.
20 DEL017 OMAHA PRICE HOT QUE DAY BUT EVERY DAY
Get Our Rug Prices
27:54 Velvet Rugs for .$1.00
27x54 Axminster Hugs for '..$1.45
T ABOUT HALF
9x12 Brussels beamiest
Hugs for $9.75
9x12 Velvet Seamless Kugs for $12.50 v
9x12 Axminster Kugs for ... . . $17.00
What you pay other tailors, wc make you a suit or over
coat. You will marvel at the materials and workmanship at
Large Size Couch covered in
vv e sell
Solid Oak China
Well Made Sew
Sahlin Perfect Foriri
and Corset Combined
We) Are Exclusive Aseata far Sahlle
$1.50 to $5.00
Mall OHtra Proatatly Filled.
WEINLANDER & SMITH
l SIT tOITU 1STH.
Tickets on sU first
and third Tuesday in
Stopovers allowed on
both the going and re
TIIOS. F. GODFREY
Fata, and Ticket Agent.
123 Farnam Street,
or I'nlin Station
TV1 1 I ilT
best chased leather
Low Prices on Good Stoves
ACORN RANGES AND
ROYAL ACORN BASE
THE WORLD'S BEST IN
a good 4-Lole range
a good G-holo range
SET UP IN
SUGAR PRICEjS DECLINING
Amount for One Dollar i Increased
by One Found.
OTHER FOODS STILL ADVANCING
Oatmeal Gora Hp Hint? Per Ccat la
rrrlod of Thrca Moatha aal
Coffe la Slated for a
Buyar la oomlns down from ill high
,rlca buala, but aeverul othtr commodltiua
ira attll advancing. Wugar. which liaa
Lrn at flftiti pounda for fl for aoma
time, will ba aold Monday by aunia at
lxli.cn iiounda for 1. Indication are
that It will come down to aaventeen
lounda for II, according to Manager
King of liayden ilron.' grocery doyart
tncnt.' Coffee la atlll going up and It la ex
, ectrd that the rlce before January 1
.till bo I or 3 renta a pound higher than
iuw. The jump In tva In the laat few
uontha ha bwn greatrr than that In
.ol'Ko. tlunpowder tea that wholvaalera
utiiht three monthx' ago at It cvuta a
uund la now 2H cvnta.
itice haa advanced 3D per cent In the
.at three montha. Whole grain rice la
ivtalli'd at "Vi to 10 tenia a pound and
broken rlc at ft ccn.
On lineal In bulk haa gone up about 60
per cent In tho laat three montha. That
which waa aelltng at tea pounda for a
Quarter la now aelllng nine pound for a
Quarter and the quantity .will be ru
ducvd to eight pounda Monday.
UNION PACIFIC HAS
QUICK MAIL SERVICE
The . Union I'aclflc's mall department
has been installed In the new building
and Is In perfect working order. It la
located on the flrat floor. In rear of the
Dodge stroet side, where six men are em
ployed. All over the new building there are mall
chutes on every floor and In all of the
general offices. They connect with a
mall boa about 2x06. on the first floor.
Dodge street aide. From thla box the
mall I collected by the regular city car
riers and taken to the poatofflce, the com
pany mall clerka having nothing to do
with handling the outgoing mall, but
with the Incoming mall. It Is entirely lit
their charge. It la brought to the office
every hour by company carriers, who
pick It up at the poatofflce. Taken to
the company mail room. It la sorted by
the company clerka and distributed
through the building by company carriers.
ELAINE SOCIETY GIVES
"THE SCARLET SLIPPER"
The Elaine society of the high aehool
beld its aecond program meeting of the
year In the asseoibly room at the school
Thursday afternoon, about twenty-five
members and friend being present.
A piano aolo by Hut.i canford opened
the program, "ine Kcariet Clipper, a
humoroua one-act playlet, was then pre-
eenUd very auoeeastully by Lula Mae
t'oe. Minnie Johnson, Minerva Fuller and
Local Capital to
Two local capitalists have come for
ward with offer to build the "commun
ity" factory building which the Commer
cial club haa proposed aa a home for
Infant Induatrlea now unable to find ade
quate, up-to-date quarter.
The real eatate committee of the club,
of which II. A. Tukey la temporary chair
man, will meet Monday to talk over the
two proposition and to mae arrange
ments for a personal conference on the
scheme, with the men who offer to fur
iilnh the money. If either of the two will
agree to eroct the ort of building desired,
with leaae term that will be acceptable
to manufacturers, the Commercial club
will undertake to fill the building from
umotiK the fifty or more small factories
now located In antiquated and cramped
Chairman Tukry thinks It beat at pres
ent not to make publlo the namea of tho
men who consider building. Moth have
definite location In view lu the present
Graff Breaks in on
Principal of Omaha school assembled
In the office of tho superintendent became
belligerently militant when a demure
little iiiIhm broached the subject of Mra.
Kmellne Tankhurst, and her mission of
promulgating the doctrine of woman suf
frage. Said the demure little iniss:
"What' the use of all this fuas ubout
women voting? I don't want to vote. I
don't even want to work, but I have to.
I want to have a home of my own and
keep house, and"
Here lu r plaintive remoiutrance was
abruptly quelled and a maid more mili
tant in her manner than the famous Kng-
Uah leader pronounced nuch an utterance
absurd and udvanced the cause of the
dlstlples of equal suffrage.
We have a right to the ballot," she
emphatically declared, "and we ought to
auforce our right. We pay taxes like
men, but we have no voice In levying
thee taxea. I tell you It is taxation
without repre "
"Oh, well," observed a quiet, girlish
principal who had hitherto merely taken
passive Interest In the argument.
We've heard both sides, and I, for one,
don't rare. I don't think It matters much
anyway. If we had Vjie ballot, do you
think I'd go to the polls and hang around
talking politics and awe-"
"Don't have to do everything a man
does," Interrupted the militant maid.
"and oppose men. Why, the flrat
thing we knew they would be treating
us )ust like they treat other men. I
don't want men to treat me like they
treat other men."
"Meu must be all kind to you and
mighty nice," scornfully came from the
m. m. "As for nie "
"U-fcs-hh. Superintendent Graff la com
ing," aald the suffragettea and the op
ponenta thereof and with pink cheeks
they began discuaslnu of the demure little
maid's new coat, which waa a peach.
ffy BOLD O.V , YVL '
v PAYMENTS VHeI
Key to the B.tuatlon-Bee Want Ads.
To Any Man's
Von have heard nboul tm, tor we are erewt
Inp a wtlr wnoti n e OrtiwHw never Had bclore
EVERY GARMENT HAS THE UNION
0111 best asset
Meat Prices Lower Than Ever
Ilindquarler Lamb or Mutton 6c
Forequarter Lamb or Mutton 5c
Mutton Chops, 3 lbs. for 25c
Mutton Stew, 10 lbs. forN 25c
Voal Koast 7c
Veal Chops 10c
Veal Stew 5c
Tot lloast, 8c, 7c and '. 6c
Hound Steak ; . .10c
Sirloin Steak 12M:C
Porterhouse Steak 15o
Hamberger Steak 7M;C
Pork lioast 8c
Julk Sausage 5lJ
Xo. 1 Hams lSM'C
No. 1 Pncon 17VjC
Bacon Strips 12MjC
Hoyden Bros.' Cleat Dept.
TiaaWin III II I
Gash Basis-No Credit
Is the secret of the wide popularity
of Haiti's Market. No credit means
no loss from bad accounts, no ex
pense of bookkeeping collecting, to
be inarto iip by suhhtltutlng Inferior
quality. We pay cash for our meats
and groceries and sell for cash and
no delivery. That's why we can sell
only choice goods for the same price
or lesa than we would have to charge
for Inferior meats and groceries If
we conducted a credit bustneNS like
other dealers. Remember we have the
only choice home dressed chickens,
kept In cold dry air so as to retain
their natural ciilcken flavor.
Home Mado J'ork Sausage .... 1310
Home Made Hamburger bteak ..loo
hpecial Rendered lard 13'ic
chuck cSteaUi. I0o
Pot Koant, choice VaO, So, Vo
JOS. BATH'S GASH MARKET
1931 rarnam fit. Tel. S 6984.
If) Pounds Best Cane Granulated Sugar 8 fin
hX , tt You Purchase 91 Order of Other Goods. fj f JU
If We carry a full line, ..f Teah. Cuft'ee, Spites, iix- l
tractH. HakiMR powder, etc JL
Ttt Our Coffee. BpeciaJ at. a lb., 35o.
Moyuno Tea Co. 4?.R4BS
A manufacturers' goodfellowshlp dinner
will be given by the Omaha Manufactur
ers' association at the Commercial club
some evening between December 1 and li. .
A committee headed by F. E. Zeller will j
have charge of arrangements.
The association has decided to use the
advertising columns of the newspapers to
tell the publlo about Its trade mark con
test. RENZE IS BACK FROM
NEW YORK LAND SHOW
Cius Hense has returned from New Tork
where he constructed a papier-mache
scenic exhibit for the Milwaukee rond
In the Land show at Madison Square
garden. Mr. Heme Intended to bring
back some pictures of his production
but couldn't get them because the garden
management wouldn't allow flashlights
In the buldlng.
order Aycs Sarsaparilb, well and good. If something else,
stiH well and good. He knows best. Trust him. f;.f,r
Dundee Woolen IVIIlls
Northwest Cor. 15th and Harney. Council Bluffs Store 400 West Broadway.
Bottled in Bond full quart, $1.25
Our Home Made Grape Wine is
Just the thing for Thanksgiving.
unequaled la quality; gal., $1.00
Maryland Rye, full quart 75c
Maryland Rye, gallon .. ; . . .$2.50
'Most any standard brand bottled
In bond, full quart $1.00
Sunklst California Wines, qt.. .30c
Angelica, Port, Sherry, Muscatel.
We Olve Trading Stamps.
121 North 16th It Opp P. O.
Kail Orders Promptly rilled.
For your Jewels and Private Papers
by renting a Safety Box In our mod
ern ' Steel Safe Depoalt Vaults at a
coat of from M OO upwards a year, ac
cording to alae and location.
Let ua have the pleasure of show
ing you how strong, roomy and con
venient they are to see them la
place your Valuables there.
Omaha Safe Deposit
& Trust Co.
Street Level Kmtraaee te Vawlta.
1S14 Faraaas Street
I I lwTr I
ssMBmiiaarirn TT" 1
Make no mistake. Use only
those medicines the best doctors
approve. Should your doctor
QtcroSJe C CKX)t QSXtGG&QpSfitgfr QVJffigl gvstt
Fresh Truit and Vegetable Sept.
400 boxes cooking and eating ap
ples, per box 91.00
New black walnuts, per pock 40o
Spinach, per peck 40o
Bellavue celery per bunch . .35o
New strawberries, per box . .350
Dates, per pkg 100 and 16o
Head Lettuce, Cucumbers, fresh
Mushrooms,- new Tomatoes, Car
rots, Turnips, beets, Unions,
Tangerines, i'eifelii.nions, etc.
Imported macaroni, assorted, per
2t Mule Team Borax, per pkg. 100
Citron, orange and lemon peel, im
ported, per lb SOo
S cakes "Magic Washer" soap,
does all the wark 35o
12 pkgs. "Argo ' kIohs starch 45o
1.7&, 5-gai., oil or gasoline cans,
3 cans "Nabob" soups SSo
2Mb. cans b tewed and Strained
1-lu. can Golden Crown asparagus
Qt. Jar Queen olives ....60o
Johnson's sweet cider, per Jug 30o
4 pkgs. Uneeda Biscuit ISo
Batter, Erf and Cheese Sept.
"Lotus" creamery butter, in car
tons, per lb 36o
Our best country butter, in sani
tary Jars, per lb 35o
Domestic Swiss cheese, per lb.
Imported Roquefort cheese, per
Large Kdam cheese, each . .91.15
1'ancy jar cheese ,.10o, ISo, B5o
Cottage cheese, per pkg. ....10e
Chow-Ohow or celery relish, per
QfBRpgk C5 CGEr COC0" 0KB 0 Ca
... wiiisjM! 11 iu. .. t..lillllllLUtJlii,y 1 1,1 WTOWW
FRESH DIIESSED Sl'lUNQ C1UCKEXS.
AT THE PUBLIC MARKET
Steer Fot Roast. GW & 7?
Steer Steak . 10?
Pig Pork Roast 8
Voung Veal Chops 10
Voung Veal Roaat 10
Veal Stew 5
Spring Lamb Legs. . . . -05
Lamb Chops 10
Lamb Roast (C
Lamb Stew, lbs 25
and 3 P.M.
Fresh Dressed Hams or Spring 11 1j
Chickens, Per Pound, . . . ilil2
Pig Pork Shoulder Roast 8
Choice Pot Roast JO He. 7H
Veal Roaat, per lb 10
Mutton Roast, per lb. . .7's
Calumet Dacon, by the strip, per lb., 13jc
210 North 10th Street.
w v. J
Visit Semonstratloa of OZO
OXO Bouillon Cubes make dell- '
clous bouillon; convenient, econ
omical, seasonable, per box lOu
Maple-Nutpuff, the delicious con
fection that is creating a furor
wherever Introduced, on sale
Saturday In our candy depart
ment, at, per lb 40o
Whipped Cream Chocolates, melt
In your n.outh, our own make,
Saturday only, per lb 40o
Courtney's "Turkish" Fruit Cake,
the essence of sweet meats, per
Special Bale California Wines.
Home made sweet wine, por bottle
75c; per gallon 91.00
Port win, large bottles, 33o to 75a
Sherry wine, full qts 60o
Madeira wine, full Hits boo
Angelica wine, full qts 600
Muscutel wine, full itx 76o
White Tokay wine, full qts. 60o
High grade Blackberry, full (it.,
at 7 60
Peach Brandy, full qt ....91.00
Apple Brandy, full qt SI. 00
Apricot Brandy, full qt ...91.00
Old Ohld Kiesllng, per paL 91.00
Zlndfandel Claret, per gal. ..75a
Courtney's "Lotus" whiskey, 8-
year old, per gal 94.00
"Lotus" whiskey, full qt. ..91.00
Cedar Brook whiskey, full qt. SI
Guckenheimer whiskey, full qt SI
Atherton whiskey, full qt .,.'.91
I. W. Harper Kye whiskey, full
J. E. Harper whiskey, full qt 91
Warwick whiskey, full qt ....$1
free, with each full quart whis
key, small bottle Wine.
su ease easa a e ea H tj
Small Hams 10
5,000 lbs. No. 1 Skinned Hams
No. 1 Calumet Bacon. . 174 J
Sugar Cured Bacon. . . .1
From 7 P. M. to 0 P. M.
Lamb Chops 5
From O P. M. to 10 P. M.
Pork Chops . ... . .-. . 10
Steer Sirloin Steak 15
Steer Porterhouse Steak. .15
Loin Mutton Chops. .. .12 -
Veal Chops ...10
Meat Co., Trop,
A-2141; 1) 1700.
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