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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1914.
MEAT HI6H,CREENS LOWER
Bach is Present Status of the local
Ins; will re-opon til noon and remain
J open until 9 o'clock.
CHICKENS ABE DOWN A LITTLE
Barnyard rhrnsanis ftlntnp FItc
(( n Pound Otm n Rnnil
Many nrtnll Cminlrn
Slncr I.aat Wrrit.
Meat hl(rh and garden produce abundant
and cheap, Is in a nutshell the market
condition In tho xroccry and produce
stores. For a while radishes, both red
and the long -white variety, can be had
eight bunches for a nickel. Vcat and
lamb chop's are ao high that people are
actually holding off and refuting to buy
them to a largo extent "While cabbage
can bo had at 214 cents a pound and onions
are to;cd out In generous bunches for
ft nickel, and whllo red beet arc 4 cents
a bunch, smoked meats arc climbing
higher and hlchcr with the approach of
the nrm weather.
Vet tbcro is a little relict In tho meat
market this ear. During the last few
days the heavy grades of beef have coins
down a. little. Trie heavy cornfed stock Is
still coming to the market and a decllno
or about Jl a, hundred wholesale has been
witnessed on thn heavy beef.
Again, whllo Iambs have gone so high
that even the packers don't like to buy
them on the hoof and tho consumers can
erarcely afford to buy them for the table.
It Is possible to turn to chicken with
some promise of relief. For chickens arc
down fully a nickel retail since a week
ago. In aome of tho retail stores hand
ling large quantities, they are being sold
even more than a nickel below what they
were a few weeks ago. Hens that brought
10 cents a pound a wcelc ago, can now b
had quite readily for 1V4 cents.
Spring chickens are on the market in
limited quantities. They are held to the
stiff price of around 45 cents a 'pound.
The price is almost prohibitive and the
demand for this reason Is very limited.
Large green cucumbers are on the mar
ket at prices ranging from 5 to 7!i and
10 cents apiece. Jtlpe tomatoes are still
reigning at 10 cents a pound, for there
are as yet no home grown one. The
supply Is scant even at that price.
Board of Governors
Reports a Splendid
Pete at St, Louis
C II. Pickens wires from St. Louis that
the board of governors of Ak-Snr-Bcn as
special envoys from Omaha witnessed the
St. Louis Pageant and masquo Thursday
evening. Mr. Pickens described the event
as one of the most wonderful perform
ances of Its kind, It lasting over four
hours before an enthusiastic audlenco of
100,000 perosns. The board of governors
attended as a result of the Invitation of
the 8t. Louis mayor to the forty-nlno
cities In tho United States to send onvoys
to the annual event.
Graduates of Train
School to Entertain
Eighth grade graduate! of Train school,
Sixth and Hickory streets, will give a re
ception and entertainment (or friends
next Thursday evening. The program
will be made' up of games and a number
of musical selections, and will stnij at
I p. m. In the school auditorium.
JOHN CEPLECA OF BURWELL
CAMPAIGNINGWITH RED INK
Campaigning In red Ink is what John
Oplccha of Hurwcll Is doing In his ef
fort to become governor on the repub
lican ticket John has written to Henry
F. Meyers, republican county chalrwan
of Douglas county stating that lie has
filed for governor and asks support. lie
writes the letter In red ink and likewise
addresses the envelope. It Is a some
what shaky hand, but the letter reads:
"To the voters of the state of Nebraska
I have filed for the nomtnatton of gov
ernor on the republican ticket and ask all
my friends to give mo a lift
"I have been a cltltcn of the United
States for fifty-five years, was in this
state thirty years, and I don't think you
will find anything In the records to dls
qualify me. I am sura I shall appreciate
your support at the primaries the. eight
eenth of August for equal rights to all
and special privilege to none,"
HARVEST FIELDS CALLING
FOR TWELVE THOUSAND MEN
Twelve, thousand men are wanted In
the Oklahoma harvest fields, according
to reports that reach Omaha through the
Oklahoma papers and through pesons
arriving from Oklahoma. This Is looked
upon aa a good beginning toward the
solution of the problem of unemployment
for the summer, as the harvest once be
gun In Oklahoma will travel northward
and work will be abundant In the fleidi
of Kansas, Nebraska, North and South
Dakota and Minnesota until the last
grain Is harvested and threshed In the
northern wheat country. Oklahoma's
hitrvext usually begins around June 1.
ST0RZ TRIUMPHS TO PLAY
ALL NATIONS SATURDAY
The attraction at Itaurke park Baturday
and Sunday gives promise of being a
battle royal between two of the greatest
semi-pro. teams in the. country, the Store,
and All Nations.
nallr.g' tho strength of tho All Na
tions Manager, llradford has had hU
Players In dally workouts for the last
week, while, on the other hand, the visi
tors will have the advantage of regular
George Clark .former Western league
umpire, will officiate at the game, which
will be started at S o'clock.
POLICEMEN ARREST MAN
WHO SELLS THEM BEER
Tony Pane, who owns la Interent In a
saloon at Twenty-second and Poppleton
avenue. Is sot well acquainted with of
ficers of the Omaha police force, and so
about 10 o'clock Thursday night he sold
Officers Cunningham. Coffey and Peter
son corns beer. Then they arrested Tony.
Ills trial has been postponed until Tuesday.
BIG STORES WILL CLOSE
FOR A PART OF TODAY
Bgrgess-Nash company, Thompson
Btlden company, Bnwdets, Uaydea Bros,
and Benson & Thome will be, closed all
Memorial flay morning, and Thomas Kit-j-atrick
will be closed during the after,
noon. The Ave stores closing In the mam-
The Persistent and Judicious Vri of
Newspaper Advertising Is the Tload to
If it comes from
It must be good; all the
best brands of Wines,
Whiskies, Liquors and
Delivered to your home.
Call, Phono or Write.
Phone D. 1241. Open
until 8 P. M.
2 doors east of W. O. W.
J always on the go, A Ileal
Hoy. Ho doea not wear out
his shoes because he wears
They outwear two pairs of
ordinary Boys' Shoes. Button
Hoys' l to SH N.50
Little Gents 9 to UH....W.20
Parcel Post Paid.
tore cloud until noon Satur
1419 Faraaa MLd
nest Cane Granulated Sugar.
Our coffees are always fresh and
crhp; roasted daily i 3 .pounds MpyuiJe
Special for $1. Try our India and
Ceylon for ice tea 50 and to cents
Der pound. Sugar sold with 1 other
gooda. MOTUNH TEA CO.
406 N. ltth St. Phono Doug. 3446.
! 59c 1
TDETTER get your clothes for the
grand-stand before you get your ticket;
there are a lot of well-dressed men going to
the game these days; you want to be one of
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
clothes are here for you in the latest lively
models; in many new foreign and American
For Saturday we offer choice of many
hundred Hart, Schaffner & Marx suits at $20.
They are equals of $25 suits shown elsewhere.
The beauty of these suits is that you look well
dressed at all times with a Hart. Schaffner &
Marx suit on. Let us show you the difference
in ready-to-wear clothing.
Suits for Saturday for $20.00.
Men's outing trousers at prices that are
right: White duck at $1.25; white serge at
$3.95; silk striped worsted at $3.95.
All sizes to fit all builds of men.
CLEAR LAKE, IOWA.
"Sarattf a 9i The West"
The beauty aset ef tewrc,
send your vacatlen them.
Band concerts svry cay,
Pins bathing end ftsattes.
Something Joins aH Vm time.
An up-to-date town.
A rnorsl town.
Furnished oatt9s by the woe,
moth, or season.
Hol accommodations at reason,
Mall card to ths Secretary ef ts
Commercial Club for hensome
three color booklet.
Do It rerwrl
Frwa Hwtreal oVQeeta
I WHfTtiSTAR- DOM WtOH
I Canadian " A
Royal Edward. Royal a9rm
.Cabins de I ma., salts and roosts wMa
kpnraie osios rcMBSD rates.
X9atreal Qic U BtitUl
r (2 hours to Lanianl
tJi delightful dars down the St Lawrence
iH oajrs at sea In palatial
AmI tiinTt1n Willi
R. H. BELT. Owl Altai,
Will Buy Any Hat in our Store
All of our new mid-summer stock
of white lace, hemps, chips and
panamas that sold ffi J OR
up to $12.50, Satur- VLJTQ
day your choice at '
100 now arrivals in- all An excellent variety of
the now shades and nobby now black and col-
styles. You will find some
yory smart do Qfi
ored hats, that Bold up to
$5.00. Satur- d ff
day, at $ I .UU
Come early while the Kssorment is large.
Choieo of any child 's hat in tho store at $1.00.
115 South l&tSStoetr '
Per Full Quart Maryland Rye Whiskey
Jerpnar7G . 23c and 39c
Kentucky Club. Mellwood, Gold Brook and
other leading brands of bottled J&gi
in bond Whiskies, quart bottle vC
MA II flUnFDQ You can depend on our ser
RlftlLi UnUCn-J vice. Orders Always Shipped
Same Day. A sample Mail Order will make you a regu
lar customer. SEND for COMPLETE PRICE LIST.
LUXUS MERCANTILE GO.
THE HOUSE THAT SAVES Y0I MONEY
109-111 North 16th St. Opposite Post Office.
Phone Douglas 1889. Omaha, Neb.
For the Graduate for the
Bride for every day use.
Cool, sensible and practical.
Colonials and pumps In
white Nubuek And- whltq
Duok smartly styled mod
eratoly priced from
1GSS&. DOUGLAS. ;
OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY
1914 Milk Fed Spring Chickens, uth 38c
Fresh Dressed Chickens, ptund 12 3-4 c
Pie Fork Roast ., 0o
Pie Pork Butts I3?e
Choieo Steer Pot Itoaat 13J4o, ii4c
Younj- Vcnl Roast ..ll?io
Mutton Chops 121-Jo
JHUUOn ll.l&Hl mo
Iiamb Stew ,8c
Kxtra Tcan Hams lBflo
Small Hams " 11 o
Kxtra Lean Bacon ,. 19440
Surar Cured Ilacnn isiin
Prom 8 p. in. to 3 p. m.. Lamb Chops Be"
From 9 p. m. to 10 p. in. Pork Chops ,.,..13V4o
Kippered Herring:, can 5o
Carnation or Pet Milk, 3 for 85o
6 small size for aso
Cottage Milk, tall cans 7H
Chase & Sanborn Coffee, 3-lb. can 91
Ak-Sar-Ben Coffee, lb 27Hc
Heat Creamery Butter, lb. aso
Best Country Butter, lb..... 33o
Young American Cheese, lb aoo
Imported Swiss Cheese, lb 30o
Spaghetti or Macaroni. uke.,...7l4o
30 lbs. Best Sugar 81.00
With 1 lb. Ice Tea ....lBBo
24-ln. sacks best Flour G8o
Calumet Baking Powder lb, 19o
Fancy Jap Rco, 6 lbs aoo
'0c bottles Grape Juice,.,.,. So
10c Corn Flakes, pkg so
cans C'cirn or Peas aso
?lb. cahH Tomatoes, 3 for ..-35o
3-lb. cans Sweet Potatoes ....WlOo
1610 HARNEY STREET
Phone Douglas 2793
Our cash and no delivery system enables us to make the following
1,000 lbs. Itoiust Pork, (younK
lcuf Lard, O lbs. for. . . .$1.00
Shoulder Roast Uccf, at per
pound 15c and 12 ic
Pork Iloncs, lb 4Hc
California Hams, lb. ...I2)$c
fi-lb. palls Silver Leaf Lard. 03c
.'Mb. palls Compound Lard.30o
Fred Bonness Prov. Stores
008 South 10th Street Cor. 34th and Woolworth.
Phones D. -I070; D. 4185.
"Wo Have All Kinds of Cooked and Lnnch Meats.
TKE CHEFS Iff TlltP
BEST 0AFES DOWN
every day In a different stylo
and the dish is becoming very
Try It on the men folits at
homo, Mrs. Housewife, once or
twice a week. You'll be sur
prised at tho hearty reception
they will glvo It and as for the
children they always love it.
Send for our book of recipes
and remember Skinner's Is the
best brand sold In America.
SKINNER MFQ. CO., OMAHA
T. B. "Don't sat meat that's tonga
Jnst try Skinner's Macaroni."
Bee Hive Grocery
We elve S. fc H. Oreen Traalng- Stamps.
Tho fruit season Is close at hand, we
can save you money by purchasing your
Fruit Jars here.
Ball Mason Jars, qts. dor 45a
Ball Mason Jars, pints, doz 400
Jar Rubbers. 3 dor loo
Blue Bell Flour, sack SI. 15
23 pounds Sugar 91,00
Choice Coffee, lb. 174o
Choice Tea, regular 60c grade, lb...05o
Fresh Eggs, doz ..... 17Wc
Fresh Country Butter, lb aao
Choice Olo. 2-lb. roll ,3So
Macaroni or Spaghetti, 10c pkg.....0V4o
Oat Meal, 10c pkg 7Wo
Corn Flakes, 10c pkg w.6o
Corn, Peas or Tomatoes, 4 cans.,. . .35o
Hominy, regular 10c can 7Uo
Bed Kidney BeansL10c can. .7Ho
Alaska Salmon, 3 cans M..aoo
Pet or Dundee Milk, 3 cans ..35o
Snider's Pork and Beans, 15c can.-..13o
Fancy Large Spuds, bushel. ...... .Mo
New Cabbage, lb 3Mo
Large Juicy Lemons, dozen. .20o
Sweet Oranges, doz . .150
Choice Boiling Beef, lb..........7a
Choice Roast, lb......-,...,..135o
Cnolce Steak, lb,.,.. 13 Ho
Mutton Stow, lb So
Mutton Chops, lb .10o
Mutton Legs, lb ......... Slio
Veal Roaat..llJ. ,..- ......laUJo
Bacon, lb. A', j.,.. .14Hj")
Pure-Rendered Lard, lb 1sHf
Compound Lard, lb- lipo
Salt Pork, lb 9(,o
BEE HIVE GROCERY. 1
16th and Cuming- Sfs. Phone DoUg. 103.
Phone and Mali Orders at same prices.
We deliver to all parts of the city
A20-cent lunch of
clean, pure wholesome food is
400 times better to work on than
a J2.00 feed in a Lobster Palace.
Look for this PURE FOOD SIGN
Basement City Natl Bank Eldg
Or Boston Lunches.
210 South 10th St.
1400 Douglas St. V.
1408 Farnam St. I
lie Beer fer tie Heae, Hotel, Clab and Cafe
Anheuser Busch Co. of Nebr.
Family trado supplied by
G. H. HANSEN, Dealer
Phone Douglas 2506
where The Bee Building is
Can you have a better ;
address for your office? y
FV?r '.offices -spply to the Snpormtendent, Boom 103,
The Bee Blinding Co.
Street Car Service to Cemeteries
Memorial Day, May 30
Forest Lawn Cemetery
After 9 o'clock in tho morning, all Florence cars, as .well as
Forest Lawn cars, will run to the cemetery. These cars will
' run via 16th Street and 24th Street every eight minutes. Extra
cars from 24th and Ames Avenue as the service may require.
' - (Passengers to Floronce will please transfer at 30th and Briggg
Prospect Hill Cemetery ,
Harney cars will reach this cemetery every five minutgs diir-f '
ing the tiny. ' 'V' '"- -V , ",V"
Holy Sepulchre Cemetery - i
Wpst Leavenworth cars will run to this cemetery , every ten
West Lawn Cemetery
To roach this cemetery, take ji West Leavenworth car and gQt
off at 56th Street. Free conveyances will be waiting qt this
point to carry you to the cemetery.
Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Railway Co.
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