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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1912)
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VOL. XLI XO. 31.
OMAHA, SUNDAY, MOKXIXG, .7AM AUV 21, 1912.
SIXULK COPY .FIVE. CENTS.
Advance Bulletin of United States
1 Census Bureau Gires Besnlt of
!BIG KCEEASE Dt FIYE TEABS
dumber of Estaklisnmenti Found in
, State Wu 2,500.
lAEHY OF WOBXEBS EMPLOYED
Increase of Better Than 26 Per Cent
Since 1904. "
I V" l Since 19(
V foTEB J19.000.000
OVER $19,000,000 Iff WAGES
Total Product for 1909 Valued at
BIG TOTAL FOB, BAW MATERIAL
-j Milling Industry, Utui Calr l
j raektagt Plants, Shaw pleadld
, Development ia All Parta
I ml tha State.
! A steady and a vary healthy growth in
j manufacture! ot Mebraaka la Indicated
j by an advance cemua bulletin. In MM
. the eataMlshmeitu engaged tn manufae
' tura numbered l,69i. In 1304, five yean
being 9.T In the 1SS9-W4 period and
iti la the UCM period.
During the period of 'fifty years from
1S5S to BOB the groat value ot product
per capita ot total population Increased
from tn to Slat. During the same time
the increase of wage earners waa from
SK in or 11 per cent of total popula
tion, to S per cent of the greatly Increased
popiftation in 1SU. with an army ot nearly
0W on the payrolls, excluding pro
prietors and firm members and salaried
In COO . SS.7 per cent ot the impu
tation resided in incorporated cities
and towns ot 1 .600 or over; in 1 36.1 per
cent of the total population resided In
such places. The density of population
had risen from IS. per square milo In
1 to li In ISO. From which It will be
seen that the growth tn manufacturing
strength baa been much greater than the
growth in population In fifty years.
Ita Showlag at Profits.
Profits on the business dona cannot be
shown, for the reason, aa set out In the
bulletin, that "census data do not show
the entire cost of manufacture, and con
sequently cannot be used to show profits."
Neither Is any account taken ot Interest
or depreciation by the census returns.
What are designated aa 'very defective
returns regarding capital" ara also a
stumbling block, which makes It impose!
bla to determine the rata ot profit on
investment, even If known expenses be
deducted from the value ot finished
In addition to twenty-five Industries
aet out aeparately the enumerators found
nine other kinds of factories-making bags
other than paper, brooms, soap, steam
railroad cars, coffee and apica grinding,
food preparations, distilled liquors, copper
smelting and refining, lead smelting and
refining. In the table below these una
of Industry ara grouped under the last
designation to tha list, "all other Indus
Data aa separate Iadaatrir.
Tha relative Importance ot tha leading
manufacturing Industries of Nebraska Is
shown In tha following table:
Slaughtering and meat packing............
Flour mill and grist mill products
Hwtter. cheese and condensed milk ,
Printing and publishing
Cars and general ehop construction and
repairs by steam railroad companies..
Uatior. malt I..........-........
Mread and other bakery products ,
Foundry and machine-shop products
.umber and timber proaucta .........
nothing, men's. Including shirts..
lias. Illuminating and heating
Paint and varnish .
Brick and tile - -
Dairymen's, poulterer's, . and
Xfsrhl am stAna
Patent medicines and oompounda and
Carriages and wagona and materials....
. Copper, tin, and sheet iron products
Csopetara and wooden goodanot- els,
where specified. ....Y........ ........
Canning and preserving......
MMtraases and spring bads
All, other Industries..... ...... .......
All Industries ............
ber A. No.
estab- Wage Valua ot
llsh- Earners. Products
ia KM . K,95.e
; Ms li.5S6.0W
S7 SB 7.W1.0P9
17 IW , 6.W7.00
13 5.6)5 4,4Z,OM
14 4?4 J.UV000
27 4S J.014.000
71 1,020 S..010
40 &43 S,Kl.im
30 S l,iS3,
1 W7 1.54!.rt
t tm 1.410 ono
4 1 112 l.i4.n
' 3M (y 1,256,01)0 .
IS- .tXJ 1.174A
7S KM l.isi.one
lit Ml .01.
u at mow
ss 1ST ra.oas
im SI , MS.OM
a 9M K7,oj
37 i ui.m
-, J, - as' '''Smim
13 Vi ' 481.0
SM J.177 48J64.0W
Too :4.3K $1I,01.OW
later, tha n amber had risen to l,Si. while
in IMS tha census bureau Investigators
found :,S40 establishments, an Increase of
37.4 per cant In tha five-year period. To
day, according to the bast Information,
low or mora manufacturing plants are
operating la the state.
No figures are available as to tha num
ber ot persona engaged In factories In
1X90, but In 1904 the number so employed
was ascertained to be S.3M. In IMS the
.workers In Nebraska factories had in
creased to ., a percentage of gain
In the five-year period, of XX Dividing
all those engaged in manufactures Into
the three classes, proprietors and firm
members, salaried employes, and wsge
earners, tha percentages of gain from
1904 to were S.S, W.4 and 391. re
spectively. The salaries and wages paid
amounted to tha handsome total of l.
Valae of Prwdact Ftgarea.
The tMO establishments turned out
prod nets to the amount ot thtt.01t.00t In
making this product materials were con
sumed valued at tia.otl.aoo. Thus, the
value added to tha raw material by man
ufacture waa 347,938,000. and In holding
that this figure best represents the "net"
wealth created by the factory operations
during the year the census report says:
"Tha value of products is not a satis
factory measure of either the absolute
or the relative Importance of a given
Industry, because, only a part of this
valua is actually created by t,h manu
facturing process carried on in the in
dustry itself. Another part of it. and
often by far the larger part, represents
the value of the materials used, which
have been produced by agriculture or
raining, or by other Induetrial establish
ments. For many purposes, therefore,
tha best measure of the importance of
different classes of Industry is the value
created aa the result ot the manufactur
ing operations carried on within the In
dustry. This valua Is obtained by de
ducting the cost of the materials cos
tumed from the value of the product."
in Mmnuiiu "value of products" the
amounts given represent the selling value
at the factory of all products manuiac
tured. during the year, which may differ
from tiro value of the products sola.
Amounts received for work on materials
furnished by others are included,
ladlvidaal Operatloaia Kept Secret.
In this connection It is Interesting to
note thst In the Item "value added
ly manufacture" ihat Is. value of prod
ucts less cost of material-there waa a de-
- r iti nr cent reported for the
period 1-1!M. while for the period M-
them was an Increase ot . per cent in
this Item. The statistician explains that
the decrease for the first period waa "due
largely to the figures reported for tlie
had ameltlng and refining industry. This
Industry Is incladed under the head 'all
other industries.' because Its statistics
cannot be given without disclosing Indi
Figures on capital Involved In manu
factures are frankly admitted, by the
. eomptltr of the report, to bo "an defec-
H)- as la be -without value, eacept as
tndiratinK -Very general conditions." In
IM the capital was given aa tfS.5ns.0OT. in
TM and in lta ,!.. Ihas
hom ing a gala of 61 per cent in the
live-vear period lnr.
Kxpenses of operating rose from f.lV
, fc. hi 1SJJ to tita.'StJ.O ia HM and to
tUCSI'0 i" WW. the percentage of In-
Waata Ear a era. Hears aad Wages.
Omaha and Bouth Omaha, with but 13-1
par cent ot tha total population of Ne
braska, giv employment to 68-1 per cent
of the waga earnera of tha state. They
also produce 77 per cent of the total
valuation of manufactured aasOucta.
Of the HO waga earners f oirtid at work
by the census enumerator; J1"!, worked
forty-eJght hours or less pit v.eea, an
worked between forty-eight a- f fifty-four
hours, 107 Worked fifty -fowV hours. U7
worked between flfty-foUr- 'atid sisty
hours, 1,901 worked sIxtA'httrs. UH
worked between sixty anA tvrnty-two
hours, 184 worked seventy-tV; hours and
only 4i over seventy-two a, "in.
The wage earners were 2H I Men and
3.M women of 10 years or ore . tjnder II
years were ITS boys snd thirty ln girls.
According to tha terms of theCJKld labor
lar ot Nebraska, none of theaa children
could have been legally at work without
The statistics In this bulletin rover a
year's operations and are probably the
nearest correct ot any ever made. Per
centage distribution by sex and age of
the wage earners In each Industry fur
December 15, or the nearest representa
tive day, was calculated from the actual
numbers reported for that dale. This
percentage has been applied to tha aver
age number ot wage earners fur the year
In that Industry to determine the average
number of men. women and children em
ployed. These' calculated averages for
tha several Industries have been added up
to give the distribution for tba state as a
Mllllaa Indastrr ta straws.
Borne emphasis is laid on the high rank
taken by the flouring Industry, both as to
number of establishments snd value of
product. This takes In both flour and
grist mills. While the principal cereals
have always been the staple and most
largely grown crops of Nebraska, It is
only within qulle recent years that the
milling industry has experienced this
significant growth. While a number of
tha mills are of more than average' shte.
the majority of them are small and are
widely scattered In rural communities,
which may be considered a very healthy
indication. During the last decade the
value of mill products Increased tO,04:.4W,
or 13.1 per cent. There la nothing spas
modic about (his growth of Nebraska's
milling Industry, for tha percentage at
increase In the five-year period, l4-'0t.
was Just a trifle less than during the
earlier period. 1S9V04. Fifty years ago
Nebraska bad lesa than twenty small
mills, with a total output valued at
slightly over SllO.OSO.
The following table gives the quantity
and value ot products for IM, 1904 and
Product. 1 1504. IS30,
llarrela l.i.Kt 1.7M.46S i.ftX.SO
Value ..,....IU I.t 7.S.iali.l0o.S,l
Important Trade Events to Come
Sale Men's and Women's Umbrellas, Jan. 27
Sale Pictnre Frames, Satnrday, January 27
Sale Men '8 Shoes, Satnrday, Jannary 27
Sale Flat Silver Ware, Satnrday, Teb. 3
, Sale of Clocks, all kinds7s&to.rday, Feb. 10
Other sales will be announced lat6r.
vtry Tim You Spend a Dime You Gel
an S. ft iV. Green Trading Stamp
Sale Finished Embroidery Pieces
A large assortment of finished embroidery
pier consisting of band bags; aprons, scarfs, ren
ter plers and pillows, worth up to 15.00 each, on
sale Monday at !. for your choice. The scarfs,
renter pieces and pillows are in patterns that will
correspond with nooks, cozy corners, decs, libraries,
etc. . Ureat values at (he regular prices.
If You Are Needing a Basket
attend thia MonJey sale! One lot of about MO fancy .
ljasketa in asaorted shapes and str.es . candy baskets. '
lunch baVet. work baskets, etc worth from ISc to 35o
each. In two lots, Monday, at So and loo.
A Great Bargain Rally for the Last
of Our Annual January White Sales
Undermuslins, Embroideries, Table Cloths "and Napkins, Yard Damasks, Bed
Spreads, Blankets find I)tniiestics-oll join to make this week of our January "White Sales tiie hest week of all. These revised
prices are the result of some of the lines being broken in pattern or style range, of there being a few more on hand now than we think tbere should
be at this time, and of our dsire to bring January business up to the unusually high nark we aet et the besinnliig of ths month. No difference
which Item you select, you will be getting a bargain of rare merit.- .Many offerings which are not large-enough to warrant advertising will be dis
played and marked at far below usual prices. ,
Infants' and children's undermuslins, consisting of drawers, gowns, .
akirts, etc., at i6c7l5cT3!)c749c and59c the garment-oF to V less.'
Six very pretty styles in combination suits trimmed wfth finest
laces, embroideries and medallions; $3.50 values at $2.29. . .
ICO dozen cambric corset covers with yokes of heavy lace trimming,
all sizes, while they last, 25c each.
A big lot of combination suits with lace and embroidery trimming,
somewhat auusard aad soili-rfroui dMaydurinj this sale,, excellent TS3"an(l '
LM values at BHc. ,
Oowa In fntr iertty new styles; yoke ami aliort states daintily trinimetl Willi
lace, embroidery inaertioa and rihboa; whlieihivr la-il,' iTaA each. : ""
Closing Out Pattern Cloth
Round pattern cloths, tn a great variety
of tha newest and most wanted desigus-8-4
site. $3,60 values, at ttt-TS.
8-10 site, $4.15 values, at ..
8-11 aire. $5.23 values, at M--3. .
Double satin damask ' cloth, in rose,
scroll, small spot, large spot and otber
8-4 sin. 15.00 values, at $3.85.
8-10 also, $.:& values, at A.4M.
8-13 site, ST.25 values, at 93.0S. '
Napkins to match tbe above, worth
$5.00 tbe doxen; January sale price, SM.tK).
8-10 hemstitched table clotbs ot the
finest wearing qualities, guaranteed . all
linen, $3.26 values, at flJM each.
One lot of extra fine damask table
cloths, ranging In site from 2Hx2H to
Ix3 yards-one ot the very best values
ot the sale, while they last, at t3.04 for
your choice. Hardly any of these have
ever before been priced less than $10.00
each. - .'I '
Extra good weight tabk cloths. t aloe,
- round thread linen, la a food, variety of
72x7Mnch site. $Xt3 values, at ftt.3S.
72i90-inch site, $3.75 values,. at 9JKMMI,
Slx81-inch site, $4.26 values,-at aa.tw.
. 22x22-incb napkins to match,
values, at W.OH the dosed.
i . 'I Variou Napkins
$1.10 17x1 T-Inih napkins, of a
weight, assorted patterns, (Mr the doten.
$1.50 U 18-inch all linen napkins. In an
excellent line of patterns, St. 10) the doien.
. S1.8i lxl9-iuch all linen napklni. of a
very superior quality, I I.IW the dozen.
$3.23 23x23-inrh extra fine damask nap
kins, lu ail of tne newest patterns, M.49
Damask by the Yard'
$1.!S Tt-inrh all linen satin damask, in
spot, rose, fleur de lis, thistle, lily and
other patterns, 08c the ysrd. - , .
S1.8 7 i -inch double satin damask, la a
(in range of handsome patterns,. $IM
thn yard. . . ,
3 7i Towels for All Uses
39c tOx-G-iurli all linen buck towels,
purchased especially for our January sale:
Hood choice ot red, white and blue borders, -."Vc
26c lex3-inrli all linen hemstitched
buck towels, of an cUru hvavy welRbt;
none better for wear; January, sale, price,
23c large size bleuclied bail towels,
heiunnd and all re:iily for use, I Or each.
8 He large al.:e blrachcil buck towels,
with red borders, sale price, Oc ench.
Pillow Cases and Sheeting
' 13c CxK-lnch pillow caws ot an extra
weight, made especially ' for, v-car? sale
orlce, 10c each. ;
18c 4ii.oO-Iutb pillow rasos of a very
tuiterlor quality muslin;' aula price, lUIsc
lie 64-lnrh unbleached all. linen table, each.
damask, of an extra heavy quality, AVrJ 5ic 2x0-lnch seamed be sheets, made
the yard. . ,- , , .. ...... .especially for rooming house and hotel
60c 4-luch mercerized table) llotn. In a use, while they last, HUo each.
flna Una of patteraa. 8bV tha yard. . .,,. , b $lx0-laohisanisji ge4"1IVoi f
i r On i , ) r " -.i 'i i .- 1 V t . , . V '. . . ,"w .
AH of our 27-inch embroideries, alloverj and bandings in.
m -..4 .,nM:n4 f .-.ttn4 M.ti ln h rl.nh.A fl.vMnl AlflflAMIfl " 71 ST
& gzvnh vni ici,t ut e i vtri aiiiti mniurvnir xivihi jriiivtuci,
regularly priced at 49c, tc and Oc, Specially priced for a quick
clearance, Uonday, at. the yard. ...................... .'
a brand known
tbe world over
for its wearing
price. ft.V eac h.
r.Oc 9-4 liKvlie.! chentlug ot an extra
gcotl weight, 2lr the yard. --.
28e 8-4 bleached abeetiof, for the Jan- -unry
bale, M2e the yard. ' . '
.;;2c 10-t bleached aliecllng, for the Jaa
uary talc, 2lc the yard.
1 Bed Spreads , '
$2.73 12-4 extra heavy weight bed
iprcaila with scalloped edges and cut' eor
ners; aale price, $1.0H each.
$3.00 13-4 satin bed spreads with em
broidered edges: sale price, 83.9H each.
$3.00 12-4 good weight, fringed bed
spreads 'with cut . comers; , January ; aala
price, aUJift each. ,. i .
,: Blankets Blankets
; i l.00 wool blankets In all ot the wanted
colorings, extra heavy. January sale price,
t na.' . . "! '
$J.0 afl wool UKiikais tar taro beda,
come In all colors ot rtieoke and plaids;
sl,a prlc. fUl.SA tha pair. : " y '.
Jt.ifS goad alza cotton bed blankets, In (
grays andtana only, hv colored borders;'1
sale price, tMr the nvli , . . .
Up to $1.00 Silks 39c
Monday we offer a lot of odds and ends of
silks, worth tip to $1.00 the yard, at .'M)e. When
we say "odds and ends',' , we don't mean that
all are short lengths for very often whole
pieces are included. In this fhIc are pongees,
foulards, novelty silks in a splendid range of
patterns and colorings, hc-
Dress Goods at Less Than
) Half the Regular Price ' .
i; , (4-iacli ..grey, ctaavlols. aide wale aej-grd. Covert
cloth and navy blue broadcloths; 10 Inch nary aeries
and .black serges; 44-Inch chevron striped fill wool
materials id all colors, and 40-lnoh sll vcol (plaids
for children's wear, half silk and half '
wool crepe de Parts and black self
striped cheviots, worth up to $1.(0
th .yard, .Monday.. v .
Up to $1.50 Silks 69c
I'Ji is bargain Jot is wiade up of pfaid silks,
strieU silks, elitH'ked silks, Perfian silks und
inn ny plain silks nidi n messalines, peau de
oygnps and taffetas in almost every wanted
shade, together with jiongeeu in the natural
color nnd various reliable black silks." For
und;i skirts, linings, waists, dresses, etc.
Grocery Specials 'ZfsSS'-
Mlae bare Beaaetfs Barfwla
Laaadry Soap lor asa
Bennett s Capitol flour sie-
tial of for ot a sack at S1JS
Bennett's Capitol coffee and
:0 atanipa. lb ZOO
Aworted teas and 60 stamps,
the lb ea
Tea alftlncs and 10 stamps.
Iha lb 15a
1-lb. ran Bennett's Capitol
usklna powder and to
IT las. Brasilia taa , go -ar
for X JO
24-lh sack "Queen of Palltr''
liastry flour and 40 atamps.
Beauty asparacua and
10 atanipa. can..aOo
2 cans Henrietta Capi
tol Kversreen corn
and 10 stamps. . .SOo
2 cans Bennett's Capl
t lol aiftetl early June
peas 10 st'ps, SSO
Maple butter . und 0
atampa. can 9Se
Gaillar.!' olive oil
bo stampa, . miliom
site I bottle 46a
3 pks. Kennett'a Capi
tol mince meat ami
10 stamps ase
Bennett's Capitol oata
or wheat a r-lb. pka.
with la stamps.. 10a
Dill pickles and 10
atampa. doacn. . . .160
3 cans Cottase milk
and 10 stamps. . .aSo
Larue Jar Rlsmark preserves
snd 10 stamps awe
Bennett's Capiiol extract and
30 tamps, bottle ISO
Medium sour pickles snd 10
stamps, the quart. .... .tea
t cakes York Hose Violet
toilet soap and 10 st'ps. taa
3 cana Brockport srats-l
pineapple and IV st'ps. SSs
S-lb. sack white or yellow
.corn meal... 16a
Bessie aUaasas aa AU Bat
teitae. Kutl craanv clieeae and 1
atampa, pound ........ .ase.
t cans Mhrtuip and 10 auui.p.
f..r ., Sto
r'ancy jcllovt onions, pk., ;5c
Fancy dates, ribs L'.V
1-lb. basket amyrna fitii
Hubbard 'squash, lb tlie
Fancy apples, peck. . . . .:K)e
Our own direct purchase of
the famous Redlsnds or
anges, together with 15 8.
II. Green Tradiig Sumps,
Monday, at, the doxen, I5r,
20r. S.V, Oc and Jc
Gas Lights, Worth 7 5c Com-
piete, ror cent
, These i the fanitHl Majestic up:
right gas lights aud the. special price
of 4!c is for the regular
7.M! complete outfit, con
sisting of. U guaranteed
biiriiei-, imported globe
Mrs. Vrooman'a sanitary
..Ink strainers, large size,
regularly sold at 23c, Mon
oc Asbestu mats, 9-lnrh
Bennetts Capitol Toilet
paper, worth 10c the roll,
Monday, 4 rolls for S5r.
One lot' of 23c. 33c, to 60c
kneading board, slightly
shopworn, Monday, I5r.
Skates Skates Skates
Nickel plated steel hockey Skates, worth
$2.60 the pair. Monday, 91.25.
SI.60 hockey skates of finest nickel plated steel,
speclsllv price.1 for Mondsy at fi.Ta
! ;i Club ekates of llneat welded and hardened
steel. Mondav. sae.
One lot of Barney ft Berrre eve skates in sites
S and ts only, Monday, SS.
Velvet Suits at $15.00
The Rest HriM Wnrth &dQ JM
p,& None Worth Less Than $35
V J w.,. t " V'.l 1 U UV IUL .1111 , 1 i U IT'JIUW.
Who coiue first will aet bv far the best suit bar.
gala of tbe clearance season. .
Made ot highest grade velvets (n black, navy
and brown colors some elegantly' braided and
others In plain tailored models with only a
touch of military braid st tlie collar-wlth tail
oring and trimmings of a quality far better than
I It unuai.j iuuiih in auua . regularly semug Si
1 a $33.00 to $49.50.
Ill 75 suits for women of extra size,
mnrfA rnm X29.S0 ta i.iS.Dli
sale Monday at SIS.
of superior quality plain
French serges & worsteds
Odd Lot Women's Garments at $2.90 r
Brol.en lots of .dresses, cashmere wrsppera 1
and winter coals, including about fifty raincoats,
rnnging in price up to $13.00, specially priced v
for Monday enly at $2.90 for your choice. ,.
There's not a thing wrong with the quality and (
the maktng-we aimply want to clear them out ,
of the way at once. "
I.V SMi K.VH
.1 X3a.ax i.o ot; i,Ki.z:i
Tons .8 .TS a,0T7
' Value 1.T5S.SW S 1.300u t TUMEl
All other prod
ucts, value.. ! SH.OSJ 31X100 CLKX
Karrels 14.73 .SSO
value n,; t 2m -
Corn meal and
Barrels C&.41 J MT."e as Fiz
Value $ l,2Z-,470 $ 1,133,4X7 $ 4S.Ut I
Rye r.our: i
Karrela K.47S . 31.C.0 4S.T2j
vaiue 9 Ljv u. 4 is.ie, u..wt
loimds 2M.S40 S4.SS0 Ss.:)
Value S 1MI3 $ .TA S 7.413
Pounds I.!T.7 S.M0.S4O ,t4aa(,
Value t M,; f 9SJM I 4V.A1
total value.. .IIT.JJS.iK tl2.lM.ai6 S7.7V4.13t
Mark More rloar, Mlaber frle.
There waa an Increase of eZCS, or
X I per cent. In the number ot barrets
of white wheat flour from M4 to 190.
and an Increase ot gt.tfi.S4. or 44.1 per
cent. In its value. The value of corn
meal and corn flour Increased 7.0 per
cent, but tbe quantity decreased 21.S per
cent. Rye floor waa the only product
abowlng decreases In both quantity and
Of the total value of products reported
in IMS, the value of the white wheat
flour, amounting te Sll.SD.eS. formed
4XS per cent, aad tae value of offal, the
principal part of which Is the by-product
of tbe manufacture, of wheat flour,
waa 10.1 per cent. The value of feed
amounted to CXljsS, or 111 per cent
and of corn meal aad cam flour
ft JZt.fi. er SS i-er cent, ot the total
value of products for the Industry in
In these general figures oa flour and
anst mills are not in- loded the statist!.
of what are kn."n as "euetom grist
mllls."-Of these i e 8 In Nebraska,
engaging the wort over HO people. To
be exact. 'proprietor" "n fr members
actively operatic). custom mills
number 17, wl.il- operators were
only ten. Th - i bad.' la tMO, a
capital of "tl4.rr j:'I around grain to
the value of $174 ..-t Kspenaea are given
aa S1MJZ7. The mainly run for the
convenience of incular aeetlon
surrounding them lher " a very
useful purpose In ,':':lng communities.
Dairy rrid'- a Bla; Iteas.
A decrease la sh n m the census fig
urrs for the last .if "e In the aumber
of establishment .r...sfd in the manu
facture of butter 1 ooodensed
milk, but tbere Ij- 1 Ided Increase in
the value of tbe changed
manner of condu. ' develop
ing industries I-. ' ''" respon..:ble
for the lesser r. - - factories and
more Intensified. " -"bods of oper
ating are reapon t ' ' " ,he lMer
put. The rise In r will account for
much of the ad'"' '-lrf' eeniral
plants, closely 1 tematically oper
ated, hava takec r " of Isolated, and
l neat creameries.
often poorly nv
Omaha has especially benefited bv the
newer methods of production in thia tn
rtnjrtry, snd yet the dairymen far out on
the farms of the state, aelllg their cream
and avoiding the drudgery of working It
and shipping the often low class product.
have also profited very appreciably.
In 139 Omaha, for Histsu-e. had but two
modest butter factories, whereas todsv
the city has four great planta that are
sending Us nsme and fame, as a butler
producing center all over the country and
Into other countries. Omaha's output for
IKS Is given as SX.7.ST3; which Is 4S per
cent of the total output of the state. Of
the factories In the stste in la only four-
tvn were operating cream separators,
aoainst vUty-rive in tfet and X2 In IkSt,
which means that the bulk of tbe cream
ia now separated on the farms and not
muck milk la sent to tbe central planta.
The product Is being more carefully- put
up. too. sin s tn 10 only 14 per cent of
the butter made waa put into prints and
mlla. la tlb) the percentage ot butter so
put up had rlwa to 43 per cent. Produc
tion of cheese has fallen eft very ma
teria Ry and only three factories are repre
sented In the following table:
I90 104. 100.
foundt 13.4U.J3I W.i;3.14 10,77.3:
. Vslue.. ... .t3.54.J7S K.074 SM Jl.WI.Jfl lidual.": 11) were under firm names and
pf'","';r,J,l ' ,. organised aa corporations: a rvpatte
Valu...:.:.':ii.Stl.asj.i V.KJ(1 1 in exceed of .0M and Irsa,
Cheese : ,
All other prod
ucts, value ll.or3.U3
r;7,i , g.wi
' Total vslue.. t;.u.rr: s,3j6.ii tixcwe
It Is eiplatned in the bulletin that the
large Increase In the value af "all other
products" from Bwt to IMS) ia due to the
not that la the latter year a aumber of
the establishments . carried on -a com
bined manufacturing and mercantile
bustneaa. the two being so closely con
nected that It was not practical to sep
arate the menulacturing from the mer
cantile expenses. A large amount of re
worked butter Is alao Included In thia
l-aaadrlee Make iioaiel Skowlaa.
Tbe clothes washing Industry of Ne
braska Is not Included la the general
figures for manufactures. This bustneaa
f blundering the linen ot the people
keeps o establishments continually at
work, under steam power. Of these. 43
concerns were owned and run by tadi-
i than SI0C.4M): 4 retorted business of
J",jtJ ; . but lees than SSMM. and St had
" bwlneee of leas; than- IMI. following
' are ths census bulletin' figures:
!; '..;: I Number of rstabthmments
t Person miuum In tta inAniw
, t-roprietor nod firm members
Vatre earnera ia-erage number!
Capital 1 susw
bxpemea .. taa, 1 40
Servtres '. : . 6s4.34
Amount received for work done. UXif
Mwaraas of a (rata.
A man should use his head, even wheal
be la a kicker.
Of course It ta luckier to climb tbe bid-'. -der
of fame thaa to walk under it.
A woman might aa well make op fori
lost time If he is going to make up at ail.!
A girl seldom hits what she alma at.,
especially when ebe throws herself at a'
It would take a aandlaut and brans)
anucajrs to aaoca tne conceit out or
Any girl will tell too that the fellows)
who pose ara not the one who proeoae. I
We ahooid forgive our enamies. awt wto)
all hava a sneaking- desire to sat square
with them fJrst.-New York Tunes. '
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