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TIIE BEE: OMAIL. SATURDAY, MARCH P, 1013.
VEGETABLE PRI0ES STEADY
Meat prices Qo Up One Cent, with
Putter About the Same.
SUQAEi IS NOW SOME CHEAPER
Apple kre I'lrntlfnl, ullh I.llllr In-
that Thcr Will
That deaJprs In foodstuff ore not belnc
frightened by the high cost of. living In
vestigating committee might bo attested
from the fact that grocer-loo aro nrac-.
tlcally on tlo name scale of prices this
week aa lastA and meat prices have ad
vanced a cent.
The larger dealers In groceries are still
contending that the small merchants In
the outskirts of the city are responsible
for the high prices, while those grocers
aro in turn pointing the accusing finger
to the commission 'and produco men.
nutter and omrs are on the same level
as a week ago, the best butter bctng sold
by the larger grocery dealers at 37 ocnta
a pound and by the smaller ones around
40 and 42 cents, while eggs nre univer
sally around the 20-cent mark, nutter on
'the Elgin market went up H-oent. but
local grocers nay the effect will be slight
on the retail price here.
Olhcr commodities, such as sugar, cof
feo and flour, remain practically at the
name figure. The larger dealers are re
tailing sugar at twenty-two pounds for Jl.
-while the smaller ones are getting 1 for
eighteen pounds. Green coffee has de
clined ?4 cent, but the benefit -will come
only to the roasters, who are said really
to bo the only great profit getters from
Vegetable Prices HoM. .
Fruits and vegetables also are selling at
I figures which obtained n week ago.
Grapefruit, which liasf come into such
I great demand within the laet few weeks,
has raised In price. The advance so far
'amounts to 35 cents a box and single
truits are selling at 5, VA, 8V4 ard 10 cents
a piece. Restaurantcurs 'realize the great
est profit on grapefruit, buying them at
less than 5 cents each and selling them
at 10 cents for a half of a small one,
the customer having to pay :300 to 400
per cent for the work of cutting them In
two and sprinkling sugar on them. Ap
Iplcs are selling around 20 and 26 cents a
'full peck at the largo groceries and 30
cents a dozen at the smaller stores. Albert
King, manager of Haydcn nros.' grocery
department says apples are plentiful, but
will not become .cheaper because the
email grocers hold up the price and lessen
Kggplanta are 10 cents each and cu
cumbers are 15 cent. Shaltots, beets, car
rots, turnips and radishes are selling
three bunches for a dime. Cranberries
sell' two quarts for 15 cenla. Colery re
tails two stalks for a nickel. Cauliflower
may be had at 7& cents a head. Small
grocers are getting 20 cents for It
CLUB DIRECTORS FAVOR
BOND ISSUE FOR PARKS
A bond Issue of 11.000,000 for parks and
public playgrounds was endorsed by the
board of directors of Carter Lake club
at a meeting Thursday night in the of
fice ot Krank I Weaver, president of the
"We make this endorsement as citizens
and not as the Carter Lake club." said
one director. "We believe the bill in the
legislature giving Omaha cltltens the
power to vote this much money for parks
and public playgrounds ought to pass,"
Those Interested In this bill aro making
a united and strenuous effort to force Its
passage. Practically all the Improvement
clubs In the city have endorsed It.
NEBRASKA SOCIETY IS
ORGANIZED AT 'FRISCO
A Nebraska Society of California ban
been organized with the object of exploit
VK the state of Nebraska at the Panama
Pacific exposition. The society has
chosen Francis Kuhl president, C. V.
Simpson vice president and J. N. Shrevo
Secretary. The society Is busy with plan
for the entertainment of the large num
ber of Nebraskans who are expected to
visit Ban Francisco during the exposition.
Many a Suffering- -Woman
Drags herself painfully through her
, dally tasks suffering from backache,
headache, nervousness, and loss of sleep,
. not knowing her Ills are due to kidney
I and bladder troubles. Foley Kidney Pills
will help any form of kidney or bladder
trouble, any backache, rheumatism, urlo
add poisoning or Irregular kidney action
J They are strengthening, tonto and cura
I tlve, and contain no habit forming drugt .
No one who suffers from kidney and
bladder trouble can afford to overlook
jroiey money mis. or saie oy all deal
ers everywhere. Advertlsment
Armed Negro Holds
Up Chinese Place
II we could place a pair
of our Boys' Shoes In
your bands and show
you Just why our shoes
are best, we know you
would buy no other.
It Is to your Interest to
Know, so bring the boy
In tomorrow and lot us
tell you about theso
famous little shoes.
We guarantee them to
outwear two palrB of
ordinary boys' Shoes.
Boyo i to 5.. 82.50
Little Gents', lo to
A heated discission of Dr. Sun Tat
Fen's reign In China was suddenly broken
lp -early yesterday, when n negro
inned with a long revolver appeared at
A'lng Tnng's place, iSt North Twelfth
"Shell out," ordored the negro.
Twenty Chinese In the place Immedl
itely produced their wealth. One bravo
produced more he dug up a gun and be
am. iu anuwi hi mr iniruuer. wnen me
police arrived 122 North Twelfth street
as in a very confused state, to eav thn
least, and pennies, nickels and dimes were
found scattered all over, where the ncgr.T
ad thrown them ns he retreated.
Buys Paxton Home
on West Dodge
George lirandels, who recently cam i
from Chicago to take over the manage
ment of tho nrandels stores, has boUKht
the Paxton home In Falracrcs. Ho paid
Mrs. Saxe, formerly Mrs. Paxton, an
amount around $16,000 for the property,
negotiating tile deal through A. P. Tukcy
& Son. Mr. and Mrs. Brandeis will ake
porsesMon of the homo at once and alter
It to suit their purposes.
Tho Paxton home In Falracres Is one of
tho show places of Omnha. It has about
flvo acres of ground situated on Wct
Martin Reum's Meat & Fish Market
Fresh, Smoked, Salt Meats and Live Fish
Phone Douglas 1640.
216 SO. FIFTEENTH ST.
COUNTRY DRESSED HENS-pound 14c
PORK ROAST-pound 11VV
HINDQUARTER MUTTON pound , 8V2C
FOREQUARTER MUTTON-pound 6Y2C
MUTTON STEW 8 pounds for 25c
LEAN BAOON-pound 15c
2 FOR 25 OENT
Why Not Now?
KAIlli & WILSON. MAKI2HB.
Pig Pork Roast, Lb. 1 0!c
FJtKSli DUKSSKI) CHICKENS 15'4d
8TKKH POT HOAST .10. 9 YOUNG VEAIj CHOP. .12
YOUNO VKAIi IIOA8T .HVtd VWAt LAMH LEGS .. -10d
JjAMii chops, :t mis. for K 25
IjAMII STISH', fl I1B8. FOR A. 25J
STKKR PORTERHOU8U 8TKAK 14..
NO. 1 IJACON 14
22 lbs. Best Sugar 91.00
48 lbs, Ilcst 13 ran J b of
3 lnrge cans Salmon or
8 Oil or Mustard Sar
10 bars D. C or B.-'K-A.
Honp for 3So
Pkg. Creomory llutter
26c Butterlne, 2-lb.
3 cans of largo Pet
Milk for 23o
26c Pancake flour,
( o 1 (I Dust, Oats,
It u in f o r d Paklng
Powder or Snlder'a
Co Hplcos or Toilet
Boap, 3 for 10a
tfi Matches or Tooth
Picks, 2 for 6a
26c can Mackerel or
Kippered Herring lBo
Dried AppIch or Figs
Ijnrge Prunes or
10c Fancy Prunes,. 5o
S-tle Brooms 33o
Ak-Snr-Ben Coffee 30o
N. V. White or Colore J
Kull Cream Cheese .
COAL! COAL! COAL!
FUBLIO MARKET SPECIAL 83.00
CHEROKEE XTOT, THE COAX. THAT COKES SB. SO
BPADRA, ARKANSAS HABD COAX. 99.00
FBOHFT DELrVERT. SATISFACTORY SERVICE.
PUBLIC MARKET Tr
GREAT FLOUR SALE
Wo Must Sell BOO Sacks of
Hour In 10 Days.
Blue Bell, $ lU
Pride of Omaha
Best Sugar, 22 lbs $1.00
Strictly Fresh Eggs, guaran
teed, from Blair, Neb., per
Quaker Oats, 2 pkgs. for. ,15c
Unoeda Biscuits, 3 pkgs. for.lSc
Fels Nantha Soap, 6 bar8..i!5o
Regular 25c package Kamo
Pancake Flour lOe
Many other specials. Wo
deliver promptly. Dundee de
liveries Monday. m
Batter Orooerles Tor X.ess Money.
808 N. 16th. 16th and Burt.
Ask for oar Weekly Pries Balls tin
p Free Six Kinds of 1
f "" Biscuits 1
Try Sunshine Biscuits now at I
our expense no obligation at- 1
atr-A tached. Mail the coupon 1
Sltel for Free "Surprise.-V I
M ' iiw,?3i,'iM",,w,,'l',',',',,,M,'y,'l'illM
The Sunshine Matinee Bis
cuit is extra-tempting.
Cri3p and sweetpned just
a bit. Good as good can be.
Your grocer knows.
tickers of Sunshine Biscuits
Loots -Wile Bitcak Coapuy, 0mia, Nib.
Please send mo my FREE "Surpriia
! Box" of assorted Sunshine Biscuits.
Oroctr'a Nim.. .........
1 1 Addf ((
Pay Cash, Sivi Miny
The first of every month brings
many new customers, people who
have been buying on time and puyluir
whatever their butcher cared to
charKe. Don't be a lazy shopper.
Don't depend on others to do what
YOU should do jtiurBolf, HuyltiK b
'phone puts you entirely at the mercy
of others. Reason It out for yourself
I buy1 at lowest market prices In
quantity. I sell for cash, save deliv
ery expenses and have no loan on bad
accounts. Therefore, I can sell you
XXTTXX meats at LOWBX prlcej
than credit dealers, livery week 1
buy lance quantities, net better bur
rains and give you tho benefit. Cash
START VOW I PAT CASH.
Get better quality
"We make and specialize lu Horns
Our4 Rams and Bacon, Hom Ben
aerea Lard and all kinds of Homo
Made Sausages. We know them to bo
the very best on tho Omaha market,
WXI DBXSB OTJTJB OW1T OKZOKSIKS
Jos. Bath's Gash Market
Tel. Don. 6384. 1931 Tarn am St.
Dr. Ralph W. Connell vindicates certified milk
City Health commissioner gires results f February tests
What 'Dr. Connell Says
of Arwood Milk
Number of samples taken 1-
Tho hlichest bacteria count. -.0.000
Tho lowest bacteria count . .-'.500
The average bacteria count, 8,000
inchest butter rat 4.t
Lowest butter fat 3.8
Averago butter fat 4.1
All tnese tents, witu one excep
tlon, and that Is the 40,000 bacteria,
r nn form to thn rule covornintr cer-
tirtMl milk, with this exceDtlon
of 40.000 which puts It out of the
ritrtiriMi class, navnrtneiess hub
shows It to be a very fine qual
ity of milk. These testa were
made between February 1 and 26.
What Dr. Connell Says
of Freisland Milk
Samples taken 12
llltllDQl Oi .1 h . . . . 1Q, VVV
JUoweat oacteria count i.oou
Average bacteria count 6,700
HlKhest butter fat 4.2
Lowest butter fat 3.5
Average butter fat 3,8
This certified mllK rnoTra up
excellent so far as the bacteria
count is concerned. The butter
far Is a little below the standard.
namely 4, but aa a whole will
come under the certified class ana
shows excellent quality of milk.
These tests were made between
February 1 and 26.
'I am pleased to see that Omaha can secure
and is securing certified milk," writes Dr. Connell
Both Arwood and
Freisland Milk is de
It's imitated-thereforeit must be model bread
Made in the most complete, sanitary bakery in the state. It's so good that no
other bakery can equal it and many are now imitating it. There's only one
... , . . m. rr i t 1 1 I I? .
lip-lop quality and that is in lip-lop oread wnoiesome, aencious, pure.
Wrapped in Sanitary Paper Always Good-Always Pure
See Tip-Top Bread in the model store
at the "Made-in-Nebraska" Show
IT'S THE MODEL BREAD
Wo take pleasure In announc
ing our spring millinery ex
hibit. The assortment Is large
and varied and the season's lat
est styles are to be found
When you see our showing you
will be convinced that such
quality cannot be duplicated at
such low prices.
No cards. Carnations given
to every lady attending open
In?. O'Connor &
21 CoritJnental Block.
Over Berg Clothing.
Take Elevator nt 15th Street
The housewife wKo
is in need of a servant
always looks over the
want ads of The Bee
she is certain she
will get the right
kind of a servant if
she acoepts one
through The Bee. For
the same reason
because she knows
she will get the best
she uses The Bee to
advertise for a cook,
a maid, or any other
servant. If you need
an employe, phone
your ad to
"OkuzA'8 ruxr center"
Sally Mat., lS-aB-SOo
That Bora-rira Oloom Olspslisr.
EXTRAVAQAJTEA A WD VAUDEVH.LH
HUrloul7 Funnr. "The t Wlaowi." Int.r
tinted bj Scinloo & Adunt. Countau Hiiwlr
Von ilutller nd Die Betutr Cborus.
&adls' Dims Matlnts Today
"Worth Climbing ths Hill"
Tlll lneludea The BoneacUl Troup : Loeaa A
IKilon; uarcr; ritwniu m
Fbtlpa; Corrljio'i Trained
OoU; Soott A Wilton;
rrom a to B at 7 and
tw vt eM was tg ww
On Soufflss Bt. at 18th Hyton
DXOUB SOA9 SHOW
. iL' bally
TOOTOHT AX.Ii THIS WEEK
7opnlar2Cat. Wednesday A Saturday
The Host Powerful Play
THE THIRD DEOREB
Hext Week, llaroh 9th
THE RETURW OP EVE
Matinee Today, 8:30 Hlcht, 8)30
GIRLS FROM RENO
Vrlie Walts Contest ETery ?r
fonnenoe OPKTRT STORE
ZiATtXES' DAXZ.T SZICS SCATZHSB
rut Two Performances of
ORPHEUM ROAD SHOW
Matinee Today, 3:10. x&te Early Gar
tain Baturday ITUrht, SUO Sharp. Next
Weeki Ous Sdwards and His Bony ju
Tlew of 1913.
This Afternoon Tonight
and Sanday Hlght
In Her Best Play
THK IiOVK AFFAIR,
TRKDE MARK HtO . -rj v
u s. patent orr ice BE M m
STEAM BAKING CO.
Coming1 Ward and Vokas
I WsleSslsiMlllai mieHe
FAMILY THEATRE -"i:oroViIv'."l