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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MAY fi, 1914.
CHICAGO BUYS OMAHA WHEAT j
Muyen from Windy City Pay High
Price for May Delivery.
OMAHA DEALERS CLEAN UP
tSood. rrollt la Made on Urr
Amount of Whmt Which Waa
ItanRht narllrr In the
Bo far ai cash whrat transactions were
concerned Monday was one of the blB
days In the history of the Omaha Grain
exchange. Monday Chlcntro swooped
down Upon the Omaha grain market and
bought up 600000 bushels of wheat for
dellverr this month, the prices ranfilns
around S6V40S7 cents. It was irraln
bought early In the season and at prices
considerably lower, thus enabling the
Omaha men to clean up a nice profit.
The grain bought by the Chicago men
Is to fill orders and has already begun
to load out Here It Is In storage.
While the Omaha grain receipts are
light at this time, owing to farmers be
ing busy In their fields and not taking
time to haul away their grain, they are
lully up to the other markets, being
thirty-nine cars of wheat, sixty of corn
and twenty-four of oats Monday.
Chicago, that gathers Its supply of
grain from all the primary marketa of
the United States. Monday received but
forty-three cars of wheat, thirty-five of
corn and eighty-four of oats, while Kan
sas City received but thirty-nine cars of
wheat, fifty of corn and fourteen of oata.
6n wheat Monday the Kansaa City
price was below Omaha, there the May
price bein SSUfi'wtt cents.
Little Tot Will Let
No One but His
Mother Hold Him
Harold Krlebs, aged 2 years, at In
tervals munching animal crackers and
vociferously Informing Judge, Jurors and
spectators that none but his "mamma"
could hold him, was the feature of the
opening session of Mrs. Kthel M. Krlebs'
10,000 alienation of affection ault against
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Krlebs, parents of
The plaintiff alleges that as a result
of the actions of her father-in-law and
mother-in-law George Krlebs, her hus
band, left her less than a month after
the birth of Harold. The elder Mr.
Krlebs Is a wealthy 8arpy county farmer,
Mrs. Krlebs testified thnt on the even
ing of the day they were married at
Audubon, la., Juno 12. 1911, her mother-in-law
insisted on selecting the hotel
room which the bride and groom were to
occupy. When they went In live for a
time at the Krleb farms south of South
Omaha, she asserted her motlier-ln-law
and father-in-law slept In the same room
occupied by herself and her husband.
Garden Beyond the
Satidhils is Shown
in a Neat Booklet
Arah U Hungerford of wrawford has
Issued a catalogue of western homes,
which he callfl "the garden beyond the
sandhills," and which, profusely Illus
trated, gives a vivid Impression of the
opportunities awalttnr western Nebraska
farmers. The booklet contains plats of
farm lands In Daw county and other
covntles adjacent to Dawes, showing Just
where thero Is still many acres of dIr
ahlo land available and Is replete with
photographs of prominent citizens of the
slat who have made their life work a
success through Judicious Investment In
the western part of this fruitful state.
Itollroad lines and their proximity to
farm lands are platted and explained. In
particular the catalog has to do with the
land surrounding Crawford, Neb. This
city Mr. Hungerford describes as the cen
ter of the "Garden Beyond the Band
Hills," and shows specifically why Craw
ford Is destined to be one of the lead-
ins' clttos of the state.
SATURDAY, Mny fltli THE
NOVELTY COMPANY will
hold n big $.5.00 Sale. Hun
dreds of Men's and Young
Men's Suits. "Women's and
Misses' Suits, Women's and
Misses' ('oats, AVomcn's and
Misses' Dresses worth to $15;
one day only and one price
"Watch papers and windows.
THE NOVELTY COMPANY
214-216-218 North 16th St.
Oudahy Company to
Take Over an Oil
A new oil refining plant to be run by
the Cudahy Refining company of Chi
cago Is to be opened at Thirteenth and
Grace streets in Omaha In a few weeks.
A. P. Tukey k Son have Just closed a
deal for the Cudahy company whereby
the latter secures the plant of the Omaha
Oil company at Thirteenth and Grace
streets. Extensive changes are to be
made In the old plant so that It la thought
It will be at least two weeks before tho
new plant will be ready to begin opera
tions. E. B. Mitchell Is .here represent
ing the Cudahy Refining company.
Tho Cudahy company already -has Its
refineries at Coffeyvllle. Kan., and Mus
kogee, Ok!., where It manufactures a
full line of petroleum. The superior ad
vantages Omaha offers as a distributing
point led the Cudahy peoplo to select
Omaha as the location for a new plant.
SCHESEY CHARGED WITH
VIOLATING LIQUOR LAWS
F. A. High, agent of the Antl-8aloon
league, has filed nn Information In dis
trict court against George Scheshey of
East Omaha, charging him with selling)
liquor to William A. Woerner without a
WORTH TO $25.00,
HAMBURG A. AMERICAN
Little Girl Asks
Olemenoy for Father
Who Deserted Home
"Please, Judge, won't you 1st my papa
com back to mamma and me" 8-year-old
Lorraine Margaret Ilerson asked of Fo
lio Judge Foster In court Bhe and her
mother told the court that they wanted
Guy Vf. Hereon, the head of the family,
to hav another chanoe. The man was
chanced with wife and child abandon
ment and wo bound over to the district
court. Probation officers, with relatives
of Mr. and Mrs. Plerson, have already
taken steps to secur Plerson's release
under $2,000 bond, so he can care for his
family. Prosecution may bo dropped as
th. result of the wife's attitude.
Plerson admitted In court that he hod
gon to Kansas City and met Cleo Smith,
25 years of age, whose parents live In
South Omaha. The woman was also ar-
rested, but has been released.
Local Shriners to -Leave
Friday Is to be a busy day with tho
local Bhrlners and besides getting ready
to leave for the grand conclave at At
lanta, Oa., they or going to bo called
upon to do some entertaining of visitors
en route to the bis meet
Friday eTenlnr at o'clock 125 of the
members of Tangier temple leave for At
lanta over the Illinois Central, travellnt
On an all-steel train of nine oars. In the
train there will be six sleepers, a buffet
and dining car, an observation coach and
still another car for the baggage. The
entire equipment is new, Just having
com out of the shops.
At T o'clock Friday morning- fifty Bhrln
ers from Portland, Ore., will come in
over the Burlington and remain here
until 4; JO In the afternoon.
World's Ltrnut Steamships
MAY JO, 10 A. M.
and regularly thereafter.
MAY 2fl, 10 A. M.
and regularly thereafter,
Tt. errant May , 11 A.M.
UriincylTanla..lCay 14, 3 IMC.
Xmpexator .. ..May 18, 10 A.M.
rrea. Linoola. , .Muy SI, 9 A.M.
Amexik. ... . . . .May 83. 10 A.M.
Kecond Cabin only, twill call
Gibraltar, Naple and Genoa,
U B. Santbnrr..May 19,3P.M.
8. B. IColtke. . . .June B, 3 P.M.
B. B. Xamtmrs. . June 30, S P.M
B, g. Molts:.... July 18. 1 P. At
TWO CRUIBKB IN 1D1B
Around the World
From Now Tork by Cruising;
"Cincinnati," Jan. 16
"Cleveland," Jan. 31
including all necessary
Xa or&sr to our enole
location, goons ehanla
he sooted, now.
-Write for booklet.
Announcement has alreadybeen made that THE BEE'S
generous offer of the big song book must be withdrawn.
Only a short time now remains no longer than the
present allotment of books last and next week at the
very latest so act quickly. You'll never have another
chance to get all these dear old favorites all together.
The Bee's Song Book
appeals to every man and women to every boy
and girl. The thousands who are making this the
record-breaking book distribution of . our experience
give ample proof of a widespread craving for the
old melodies, and a desire for relief from the trashy
songs of the present day.
Contains Complete Words
Reduced IUustraUon of tho $2.80 Cloth Volume Size 7H10 Inches.
Different Song Books
in This One Volume
Words and music; large, clear typo;
notes and words easily rend from a dis
tanceall as largo as tho standard size
song folio; and overy song is an ac
knowledged old favorite.
WEST PENN TRACTION CO.
West Fenn Traction company of Penn
sylvania, which Is offering; a new Usun
of 6.000,000 sold notes bearing; 6 per cent
Interest, Is In th heart of a thickly set
tled part of the stats. The proceeds from
the sale of the notes are to go towards
tVie extension of lines In tho locality
served, Messrs. A. H. Leach & Co. and
the Continental and Commercial Trust
and Havings bank of Chicago oro agents
In this locality tot the Issue now on ale.
Hey to th Situation Bee Advertising
ROUND THE WORLD
Clark's arrangements sat the standard.
De Luxe tours with small groups and
keenly interested directors or experi
ence. Features (September tonr) Pal
estine. Slam. Philippines (October tour)
"Uarden of Allah." Java. (Seoember
tour) North China, Korea. Koatword
ana wentwara tours, oena lor urogram
rranx O. Olark, Units Bldg Hew Tork,
This Big Volume
Heavy English Cloth
Stamped In gold on Bide and
back; opens flat: large, clear
words and music; presented
to readere as ex
plained In the
song book cou
In Paper Binding 49c
We strongly 'recommend the
heavy cloth binding, ns It is a
beautiful book thnt will Inst
Caruso In five different poses; lat
est copyrighted portraits of Leo Ble
zak, Mary Garden, Mnie, Matien
auer, Emmy Destlnn, Mme. Alda,
Maggie Teyte. Alma Oluck; tnnrac
tor poslngs of Farrar and Scottl,
and more than fifty other wonderful
portraits. No other book of a simi
lar character contains such splen
.Satisfying Qualities at Saving Prices.
RtiRs and Drop-
eric at Lens
Than You'll Kind
Shoes for the
Rousing Specials our Famous Domestic Room
10c Organdies 5c
12i.jc Batistes 7MsC
15c Batistes 9c
25c White Goods ....10c
18c Poplins 12Vc
Lorraine Lortox, 25e grade
18c Seersucker 10c
25c Silk Striped Ratine 10c
Lonsdale, yard wide...5c
Apron Checks, absolutely
fast colors 4C
Yard wide Percale, 10c val
ues, yard 5c
40-ineh White Lawn, 12V3c
Special Sale on
26c Printed Crepes ISC
25c Lorralno Tissues 15J
25c Scotch Zephyrs 15
$1.00 Ratine .... , 69
$1.50 Ratine 75
$1.00 Crepes, plain GDC
$1.00 Printed Crepes (J5i
59c Printed Fancies 3S
38c Silk Ratine 19
Half Silk Wash Goods, 25c grade
Bath Mats, an assorted lot, in
colors and sizes, values to 79c,
Pattern Table Cloths, sizes 8x10,
exceptional values, worth $5.00
each, at $2.90
Napkins in half dozen lots, full
size, pure flax, worth $5.00 a
dozen, G for . .' 31.50
Huck Towels, pure flax, 39c val
ues, each 25
156 to Choose from
id Hats, SIQ
Hand made hats and blocked
shapes, eveiy one of them this sea
son's newest styles and cleverly
flowers and pompoms; your choice
flowers and ponpoms; your choice
of this splendid assortment, both black and
colors, while they last in Wednesday's sale
See These Splendid Bargains Early Wednesday.
Drug and Toilet Goods Prices
Cut 25 50
l-lb. box of pure Epsom Salts,
Wednesday for 5
4 dozen 6-grain Aspirin Tablets
25c size Cream Toilet Chamois
$1.50 bottle Oriental Cream 89
All 10c and 15c per bar Toilet
Soap, including Palm Olive, Jap
Rose and Saymon's, at two bars
25c size Bath Sweet for. . . .15J
50c Canthrox Hair Shampoo 25i
25c Tlz for sore feet, for.. 15
25c quality Tooth Brushes at 10J
Moth Proof Codar Bags for furs
and coats, at 90
75c Quality Rubber Gloves at, per
$4.00 Wellington Syringe and
Bottle, guaranteed for five years,
A Special Carload of Pineapples forWediiesday
We advise our customers to put them up now as they will not be'aa
cheap again this season. There is no finer fruit grown for canning.
SO size, Wednesday, each Olio
30 sire, per doten 8O0 1 18 size. Wodnesday, each 16o
21 size, Wednesday, each 13V4o I 18 size, per "dozen ....91.50
21 size, per dozen 91.30 I Per crate, any size ...Sa.iO
23 LBS BEST GRANULATED SUGAR Sl.OO'
48-lb. sack bent hi eh Erode Dla
mond II Flour nothing; finer for
bread, pies or cakes, Back. . .81.03
10 bars Beat-'Em-All. Diamond C,
Lenox or Laundry Queen White
Laundry Soap 30c
4 cans fancy Sweet Sugar Corn 38o
2- lb. cans Early June Peas . . .8H"
Advo Jell for dessert nothing J Ike
the Jell of quality, pkg. .... .7Hc
The best Domestic Macaroni, Ver
micelli or Spaghetti, pkg.... .70
3- lb. cans Baked Beans 7Ma
6 cans Oil or Mustard Sardines 35o
7 lbs. best bulk Laundry Starch 3Co
6 lbs. best hand picked Navy Beans
l-lb. pkg. Corn Starch 4o
Tall cans Alaska Salmon 100
E. C. Corn Flakes, pkg....' So
drape-Nuts, pkg 100
All regular 16o Cookies, lb., Wed
All regular 12o Cookies, lb, Wed
AH regular lOo Cookies, lb., Wed
Golden Santos Coffee, lb 30o
The best Tea Slftlngs. lb loo
McLaren's Peanut Butter, 18. I8H0
Tl Best Creamery Butter, carton
or bulk, per lb 380
Fancy Dairy Table Butter, lb. SSo
Good Country Butter, lb. 33o
The beat Strictly Fresh Eggs, per
dozen , 20o
Fancy full cream Young American
or Wisconsin Cream Cheese, per
TEE VEGETABLE HASXSX rOB
A Saving of 60 to 100 .Psr Cant
Fresh tiplnach, per peck 30c
Fresh home grown Onions, six
bunchen' for 6c
S bunches fresh Rhubarb so
Large Cucurabers, t each I8H0
Fancy Ripe Tomatoes, lb 100
3 bunches fresh Leaf Lettuce.. 10o
Large Head Lettuce, per head, 7)4.0
Fresh Beets, Carrots or Tur'ulpn,
per bunch '. 4o
Fresh Cabbage, per lb. ..- 3)&c
Red Rlvor Ohio Potatoes. 15 lbs. to
the peck, for ." 3Se
tm TRY HAY DEN'S FIRST &
MAIL ORDERS Either book by parcel
post, include EXTRA 7 cents within 150
miles; 10 cents 150 to 300 miles; for
greater distances ask your postmaster
amount to include for 3 pounds.
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frequently found in milk and water. It is
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leaves the manufacturer until it reaches
There is no purer beverage than Stars an3
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Telephone Douglas 1306
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Telephone Douglas 2108 Douglas 7162
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