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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1914)
GRAIN EXCHANGE NECESSARY
An Indispensable Factor in Selling
Product, Declares W. J. Hynes.
HIGH PRICES ARE KATUKAL
IhN af Trade Merely Art aa 1
teraaedlary Bfte Barer 4
Seller aad Dor Xt ladare
That tha boards of trad over tha
country are a necessity; that they In no
via Indura prohibitive, prlcet cf fond
stuff, and that they help market lirodurU
In tha moat economical manner Is the
defense offered by rresident Hyne of
the Omaha Grain Exchange In answer
rlatlon of Grocers' meeting at Chicago,
that boards of trada be suspendt-d as a
means of curtailing higher price of
H point In this behalf to the result
of tha investigation by the United State
bureau of Labor enumerated n Bulletin
'o. US, which declares that the grain
trade of tha frilled Hates Is tha most
competitive In character of any In the
"It la true." say Mr. Hynea, "that
thl country haa raised the largest wheat
crop in Its history, but It it also true
that foreign countries have raited less
than tha average and they must coma
to tha United Mate to mak up for tha
deficiency. When the war In Europe
became an established fact, ther was
quit an advance in the price of wheat,
many people arriving at the ronrlualon
that there would b a world-wide scarcity
of food products, and consumers both
large and small, Incneaard their pur
chases above normal quantity, all of
which had Its result in advancing tha
Heavy Derllaa Fe-llawed.
"During tha last week there haa been
r decline of almost 10 cents per bushel
and today tha price Is only a few cents
away from an average price, and when
w consider the actual cost of produc
tion, the margin of profit to tha pro
ducer is very moderate. Indeed, and any
material decline would be disastrous to
tha farmer. W have already pointed
out tha very small margin on which
tha grain Is hauled from producer to
consumer, as evidenced by the Investiga
tion, of tha government, and wa give be
low the closing price at Chicago of
the various options on August 16, 1914,
compared with August 16, 1918;
I"eeembr wheat .
Fentemher corn .
X'ecembrr corn ...
eptember oats .
Uecemher oat ...
"It will be seen." continued Mr. Hynea,
"from thee figure, that wheat la a few
cent higher at thl time than for tha
aame period last year; corn and oats
thl year are actually lower than they
were at tha same time laat year, and
this In far of tha fact of a general
war in Europe, which, naturally, baaed
cn supply and deman'1, would call for
considerable higher prloes. u '
"It certainly should b a source of
regret that the producer mould not get
aom. slight benefit at a tlma Ilka this,
while on the other hand, when aome un
foreseen Incident, such a a financial dis
aster, takes place and products are de
pressed. In many Instaaces below tha cost
of production, the quesMon of reimbursing
tha producer for tha to Is never con
aldered. anJ It seems to be regarded aa
purely natural that the farmer should
dlepose of hie product at whatever price
ho can get, regardless of the coat of
Allowed with French
and British "Armies
I.ONION. Aug. lS.-Th Dally Mall
'Copenhagen correspondent say the Oer
man general staff haa refused to allow
newspaper correspondents with the axtny.
Only the general staff will be permitted
to give out news of the operations.
The French army officers also have
decided not to allow correspondents to
accompany . their forces. The Russian
army will have no correspondent.
Mayor of Hastings
- and Lawyer in Fight
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Aug. U-Mayor
lngrahetn and Attorney P. P. Olmatead,
both of Hastings, met In a street fight
late this afternoon and the latter, who is
a much larger man than the mayor, was
bit several times with his umbrella,
wtku tha mayor wrested from him In
the beginning of the fracas. Then both
combatant used their fists. Polio sep
Tba fight came as the result of the ar
rest of a picture show man for opening
bis place on Hunday. The mayor objected
to remarks made by the attorney, ho
lepreaented the defendant In court this
morning, after the preliminary hearing
bad been postponed for thlrty-daya.
.Avoid Bleed PeUoa
By Using Bui klen a Arnica K.lva on
wounds, bruisea, sores, scalds, salt rheum.
etc.: prompt relief for Pile.
TO FIND OUT HOW
CHINESE ARE BROUGHT IN
SEATTLE, Wash.. Aug. 17.-A score of
witnesses will appear before the Federal
Industrial Relations commission today
and tomorrow to testify regarding Chinese
smuggling through this port Besrfons
will be executive.
Within the last few months there has
keen much dlsoenalou In the local immi
gration bureau and charges have been
!!Lkd that it was easy for Chines to
enter thl country on the payment of
money to government official. Frank
Jl Tape, Chinese interpreter at the local
station, now is under suspension. His
removal followed a personal Inspection
of tha offioe by Arthony Camlnetti, com
rulMioner of Immigration.
WHEAT UP SEYERAL CENTS
News of Lifted Embargo at Balti
more Makes Higher Prices.
LOCAL CASH GRAIN IS ACTIVE
Follewlag the .News from t hleaao
of Advance I.ecal Market
bows Mere Life Taaa 14
Haa la Two Week.
Reports to .the Omaha grain exchange
that the railroads reaching Reltlmore had
rslsed the embsrgo on grain for export;
that Baltimore Is an open port, and that a
plan' for Insuring safe delivery of train In
Europe, the consignee assuming the risk
and paying the Inaurance 'rharges, sent
wheat up 3 to 4 cent yesterday morning
and started dealers to buying, many of
them taking over long line.
Omaha prices followed three to five
cents below fhirsg and sfter the first
hour there wa more activity In cash
grain than has been notd In the past two
weeks. However, the receipts were not
heavy, hut there were large quantities
sold out of storks In storage. The Omaha
receipts for the day were: Wheat. 22;
corn, 42. and oata. 2 cars.
Chicago advices were that price were
up right from the opening of the market.
Beptember closed Monday at and no
time Tuesday did It get below Km. going
as high as K. For December, M"i was j
low and ws WTh. The May option sold
as high as II. or,, and as low as 11.05. which
wss one-fourth cent below the close of
The grain men are of the opinion that
with a prospoct of open ports for export
and a reasonable rate for Insuring dellv
ery In Europe, prices are about as low as
they will gt during tha continuance, nf
the sr snd thst h proved sre that 1
they will go much higher before next
NO HOPE FOR LAD WHO IS
BURNED JJY EXPLOSION
l'hysl lans st the Swedish Mission hos
pital hold slight hope for the recovery of
Walter Hansen. H.'7 North Eighteenth
street who waa terribly burned by the
explosion of the ana tank on his motnr
cycie when It collided with an Omaha
taxi automobile at Twentieth snd Emmet
streets Monday night.
Ro serious were the burns, sbmit Han
sen' chest and shoulders that his deth
Is hourly expe ted.
ALFRED KEARNEY LOSES
LEG IN TRAIN ACCIDENT
Alfred Kearney, la year old. wss struck !
by a Missouri Fnclflc train Monday even
ing at the Center street crossing and was
so severely Injured that his leg was am
putated. He was taken to the county
hospital, which Is near by.
Young Kesrney' home la with his
aunt. Mrs. .Ella Bankhardt, 4!04 North
Thirtieth street. He Is expected to recover.
'Home on Board the
AMSTERDAM, Aug. 18.-On board tha
Holland-American line steamer Noordam,
which sailed Saturday from Rotterdam
for New York, were the following Ameri
First cabin: K. Ansoul. J. W. Arrow-
smith. Charles Austin. Nell C. Brooks,
G. Burnett. H. M. Cheney snd wife, Dr.
r. iarK. A. f. (.Teas, ueorge v.
Deherolfm. W. navia. Kriwaid C. IlTin.
O. D. Kwell, R. 1 Uarner. i. C. Garrison.
K P. dates and wife. R. O. Harding. Dr.
S. V. Harper and wife, Dr. . K lllcks.
J. H. Howard and wife, ft 10. lliiriHitn.
Dr. Charles L. til snd wife, Edmund Carl,
Herbert and Helen III. A. II. Irwin. N.
H. James. R. II. Johnson and wife. Mrs.
IRoy Johnson, Miss Katherlne Johnson,
W. Jone. K. N. JntiAl Mil. Il V .l.,nja
J. C. league and wife, J. 11. Leverlch,
E. O. l-el and wife. E. Lyons, David
May and Wife. Dr. John 1. Ml,1riltnn rwl
son, John I. Mlddletnn; R. It. Moore snd
"ii". -r. iNonne, wife and child; Prof.
Henry Northrun. tiuv H nimi . n,i
wife. Mis Helen Overend. F. J. Pearson
and wife, L. Dean Pearson, A. N. Peas
lee, W. H. Pennock. Mrs. N. Pennock. T.
J. Oaklev Rhlnelander -.td T. J. Oakley
Rhlnelander II, M. O. Hlder, N. B. Rich
jrdson. J. Rlpner, Dr. E. WW'nck Rose,
vv. Knse, J. Mhepsrd, R. E.
gmlth and wife, Nassau btephena. " A.
Btrolln. J. H. Tnrrn n i- vutii
and wife. Artla Vaughln. Mlsa Cornelia
vRugnin, narry c Whlttemore, A. McD.
Wilson and wife. Angle Wilson.
Jncond cabin: William H. Aba and
wife, Mrs. Martha Anderson, -O. Andres,
wn ' An,lr"',J Mlsa Clarissa Andrew,
r:." M- "J family, K. Hoi well,
Nick Rrelt, Mrs. R. Brown and daunh
r. Mrs. Rusher. Dr. E. Csrpenter, Mrs.
v naiam, miss t atnerine Cordl
wener. Mlsa Jan fiirtl Kfi..
Curtis, Dr. T. W. Dsvla Mlsa Mabel Dun
1"P. Charles V. Ensile. Hsnry c. Fodder.
Oabrlel IeFnrect, Herman Osbhe.e Har
riet Harris, Mrs. Josepn M. Harris, otto
Charles IJerold. F. If. Kent. Mrs. Felix
Msndell. II. AV. Mason, . W,' McFar
land. II M. Merrltt. Rev. Andrew
Nemena. Mrs. Martha Nlcholls. C. N D.
North and wife and daushter. VI..
etta Nunner, Miss Rena (Klell. Mlu Arte.
I'n , lwenle. M. Parmelee. Miss Heln
PhelttS. John Prnat X1.. l.l.l. L.' , , -
(). F. flherwood and wife anH H.n.hi.,
Alnh Rhubert and wife. Mrs. n .1
akJ,M. Basil Pouraaw. Mrs. Ellis Rprena-
. U piammer, janiea Mtaminer,
i Jv, tiiTrn MlM MaryTo and Mlaa
Dr. Bradbury, Dentist
1606 Taraam. Phone D. 1784
tl Tear Bams Office.
lioney-Bauk ouarantee If w cannot
ACrown or Bridge Tooth $2.50 Up
eat Work Warranted 10 Teara.
Eend for Illustrated Booklet Free.
fist ths Orlgtntl and Genulni
ALTED M I LK
Thl Food-drink for All Ages.
For Infants, InvaJicKancl Crowing chiklren.
PureNutrition.upbuikJing the whole body.
Invigorates the nuning mother and the aged.
Rich millc. malted gr'n, in powder form.
A quick lunch prepared b a mionte.
Ttke bo raustirot. Ask for HORUCK'S.
Vat In Any fJlifc Trust
THOMAS BREEN KNOWN AS
OMAHA PROPERTY OWNER
Thomas Rreea of London. Fnni.nrf .
notice of whose death haa been received
in Omaha, wa Interested In property In
thl city for many year ana made fr.
quent trip her la the "SO and '90 and
will doubtless be remembered by some
of those who were at that period In the
real eetate buslnees He Is eurvlved by
a wife and fovr children, one of whom.
waiter Breen, reslde In Council Bluffs.
DAN WHITNEY AND GUS
REN2E HAVE BIRTHDAYS
Dan Whitney, candidate for the nomina
tion for county treasurer; Qua Rente,
As-Psr-Ben high mogul, and Lee McOreer.
chief artificer for Ak-Par-Ben, are holding
Joint birthday celebrations today. Whitney,
in a speech, asked for a birthday present
from the votere In the form of tha nom
Ua. Blanchard'a Ecxama Lotion
20 Year en the Market
old at Drag Store
Write for fro Booklet describing
SKIN DISKASF.8 and their CAISK8.
Address Prof. J. O. Blenrhard, 3S1I
Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago.
Ctiaaaberlata'a telle, Cfcelere ead
"I advised the 'bare' whea they ea
lited la tii PinicB war to take Cfcara
brrUin'a Col:c, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Kemedy with tham, and have reoaived
mn thank for the advice given,"
niei J. H. Houghlend. Eldon. la. "ft
lrfi, whether traveling or at borne,
ahould be without the great remedy."
lor tl by ail drujslsu Advertisement.
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Wa also have tha
A. HOSPK CO.
ISIS DoukIm 8trt,
Newly Hebuiit. Doubted Capacity.
Kleotrla Elevator. Modern
in every way.
Sulpho Sal.ne Springs
Located on our premise and naed la
Natural Mineral Water
Unsurpassed In the treatment f
Heart. Stomach. Kidney and Liver
Moderate charges. Write tor rate.
Da. e. W. BTERBTT, Mgr.
XOf M ltn LWCOLIT, NEB.
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A Welcome to Merchants.
Our Btor advert I Ming and busioei-s-builders for merchants have
bwen TRIED and PROVEN and We have enthusiastic customers in
every part of the United States.
YOtU VAhh IllSIM-jHS NEEDS ADVKRTIS1NO
When In Omaha during. Fall Market Week. August 17 to 22, call
and eee ug. We will be glad to discuss your Fall Needs with you.
M. F. Shafer & Co.
New lxKallon, 12th and Farnam Streets.
WMWIialMlwglllwiL .iJllMllaaaamaw eaawiaawii uau mmmmtMumt w mm wewwws
"Th Scenic Route of Eastern America"
$27 Newl?ork $32i
straiskt Twr and return ciku Te
Liberal stop-overs on all tours
THE CIRCLE TOUR include?, Pittsburg, Washington,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Buffalo, Niagara
Falls, and other principal points. '
Correspondingly low-fare, round-trip ticket to BOSTON and the -JERSEY
COAST RESORT8 variable route - lonf limit.
Tickets on aala daily until Sept. 30.
Latest types of modern steel trains i
. I" '"" ?eeUI - Leaves Chleag II a. SB. Magnificent eleetrle- -
. lighted etael train with modern coaches. Drawing-room and oomsartmcnt '
aieeping eara and observation sleeping Sara. ...
Tke New York limited Leaves Chlcage 8:4S p. m. Splendid elsetrie-
Kghted steel trsln with modern eoachee; drawing-room sleeping cars Chl
. eago to Pittsburg, Washington and New York, and observation parlor
cars Pittsburg to New York.
Tke Waahlnetea-NewYeekEaareae-LsaveaClileasSa.B. Steel drawing- '
room aieeping ears to Pittsburg, Washington and New York. Coaches le
Nlsht Expraw Leave Chicago t30 p. m. Steel drewlng-reom sleeping
, ears to Pittsburg. Wheeling, Wsshingtoa and New York. Coaches to
4 Wheeling and Washington. '
All trains lssvs Grand Central Station, Fifth Av. snd Harrison St, Chicago.
. . - H. C. STROMM. Trsvelln- Peseenger Agent,
U Woodman eft h World BU, Omaha, Nob.
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Baltimore & Ohio
, . "Our pasjcngcrs srre oar gumMtt" - v-
1602 S. 10th St.
Phoat D. 7K5
Bf'IIOOI.fl AND tOLLEGEX,
suffer in hot weather
&S.1M3 SDCttisj STL'P
A SPLENDID REGULATOR
ruLY VCTASLE-KCT KASCOTJC
Saint Jan.es School
aoIuaiTcly (or beys T to 13 yr.
Every rare taken In developing
the oh 11.11; refining his uuture:
teaching correct habits of conduct
and study.. Manual and military
training greatly tnrreaae the en
joyment and benefit. The she le
a beautiful rark of I acres. Par
ents are enthusiastic over the re
sults. Addrea for booklet.
Term Opea Sept. ISta.
Bee. Jams Bobbin, S. 9., Beotor,
r air. J". X. Jsaklaa, Keadaaaater,
i tif EVERY DHOP
r!E Beer You LiKEff
imPJWt w ewe w; vxf
LUXUS MERCANTILE CO.
Phone Douf. 1 889 and Have a Case Sent Home
TIRES and ACCESSORIES :
jgr iItT Ti t" if
. SLXTV-SLXTH YEAH
Rockfard College for Vten
JLeeredtted to the Berta CeutraJ
AasoelaUoB. Begreea ef B, A. aa4
B. . a) road euiimre, with elective
vocational oourses that fit tor life
aa for eelf-sapuort. raoulty la
eieee toaca with the girls. Cboeea
boey ef atudaata. Bsalta aad
aafete Daramosat. Bare air, pate
arteeiaa water, fine campus, slew
fireproof aermitery, etectrte light,
ileus beat, ttoed table. Cata
logae. Boa K.
JULU B. (itUJYCR, n. Si LL D, frss.
miRtiRiic nni I cncr....
(sinrir Jcaapk's rll(ai
BoirilnsSctical lor Bo;s Ki" ."T
Mlffts CU4 BB4 CUkaM rBseV4 U
MlM ( A lAV. U MaMor mt IwaKUar A4
li.igeuu4 wttttki r b4 ciWaf
Nebraska Buick Auto Company
Lee Huff, Mgr. 1912-14-16 Farnam Street,
Maxwell Motpr Sales Corporation,
v . 205-207 State Bank Building.
. .E. R. Wilson Auto Company, .
' 2423 Tarnam Street.
Van Brunt Automobile Company,
2010 Farnam St., Omaha. 18-20-22 4th St., Council Bluffs.
PAY ViHEd CURED
BUea aa4 All Beetal Bieeaaes eared
wttheet tae kalfa. ftrmauit emrea
gaacaateed. Wrlta fas Free I. laat rated
el U bojkg ea Beetad tttssaee a ad teetlraeae
' a-e iiuMri ef etaed patieata la
Besewaaa aad toera.
DR. E. R..TARRY - 240 De Dldg., Omaha, Neb.
ilre You Getting Your Share?-
Of the Wonderful Bargains Offered From the
E 3. B. Claf lin Stock
And Other Dig Special Mew York Purchases
fsaUjbsSi is .! JL.w-(tfai. -if il ill riy
An Immense Stock cf Beautiful
from Our Big N. Y. Purchase.
On Sale in Three Lots:
WAISTS Made to sell to $1.50,
pretty defigns, in voiles, lawns,
embroideries, etc., all if.Rf
siz?f, at. . f JC
WAISTS -Made to sell to $2.50,
an immense variety of styles, in
crepes, lingerie, etc Uww
WAISTS Made to sell, to $3.50;
come in beautifully embroid
ered voiles, organdies, crepes,
lingeries, etc.; greatest C)ii
values ever shown at wuC
Splendid line of new Fall Sample Tail
ored Suits at mighty attractive pricing.
$1.69 Velvet Shapes, $1.69
We have just received 10 dozen nobby Black Velvet
Shapes, like cut, with gold and black maline edges; they
are just the thing for fall wear; very becoming A
and stylish, special. vlaUv
lotions Freni the II. B. Claflin Stock
Coats 200-yard Machine Thread, 3 spools for 10c
DeLong's Hooks and Eyes, per card 5c
N Brass Pins, per pkg...2l2C
Cotton Tape, per roll lc
100-yd. Silk Thread.... 5c
5c quality Nursery Pins, 2c
20c Hose Supporters, ,10c
50c Coat Shields 25c
Omo Dress Shields. .2s 15c; 3s lTc; 4s20c; 53 25c
Many other items at deeply cut prices.
Get the Boy Ready for School
Your choice of our immense assortment of splendidly
tailored Boys' Suits with extra pair of trousers Balkan,
Norfolk, double breasted and yoke Norfolk styles, all
sizes 6 to 18 years in these lots; C9.95
$3.95 to $8.50 values; on sale f y fW-f V
In the Big Busy Domestic Room
. In the face of sharp advance of price on Printed and Colored
Wash Fabrira we're still lowering price, on all Summer Wash Goods
throughout the store.
8KB THESE SPECIALS IX DOMESTIC BOOM.
Wash Fabrics, that Bold to 25 c,
at , lOt
Wash Fabrics, that Bold to 18c,
Wah Fabrics, that sold to 15c,
Wash Fabrics, that sold to 12 He,
LinenB, Towellngs Sheetings at 20 to 3S saving.
We bought Rlankets Early and Prices Are Pleasingly Low.
stocks of Blankets and Comforters now on es-le.
IIaa..A...ll.. 8-1 Il I! A I
f uuusuaiif iisieresunz l men adeems-
Wash Fabrics, that sold to 10c,
Wash Fabrics, that sold to 74c,
Wash Fabrics, that sold to 6 He,
Wash Fabrics, that sold to 6c.
at .: 3t
Dinner Napkins, pure linen.
full size, $o,00 a dozen val
ues, 6 for $1.50
Pattern Table Cloths, large
assortment, full bleached,
$5.00 values, each $2.90
Huck Toweling, pure flax,
plain or fancy, values 75c
a yard . . . . . . . . 50C
Bed Spreads, large size,
extra heavy, $1.00 grade,
Linen Huck Towels, full size, -39c valueseach; . . . .'.25c
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Uaydens r.lahc the Prices for the People
Wo Declared War. on High Prices
4-lb. sacks bst high grade DlamonJ
"H' Flour; nothing finer for brad,
plea or takes, sacs 91.10
S lbs. best white or yellow Cornineal.
4 lbs. hand ploket Navy Beans. ,.85o
t lbs. choice Japan Klce 86o
can Ull Sardines 86e
Yhki Knam nka
Corn Kinkes, pkg...
UcLarrn I'eanut Butter, lb.
Large bottlea Worcester Sauce, pure
Tulnlto CVtluo or" Plcklia. liottla.
at , So
Grape-Nuts. pkg. lOo
Golflen 8mtos t'offee, !h 83 Si a
bvtt, iaoa at csxEis nxoit
The bast CreamerBulter. carton or
bulk, lb 330
The beat Dairy Table Butter, lb. .8So
The best Country Creamery Butter,
per lb gao
The beat Ptrlctly Fresh Uuaranteed
Bags, per dozen 83o
Fancy Full Cream Cheese. ib....aOo
TVT VT TOXiTOEl STOW
Iarre market baskets, per basket. ISo'
IS lbs. Vow Potaloes S0
Hemember we give IS Iba. to peck.
Fancy Sweet Corn, pel' doz TV40
4 bunches Fresh Beets or Carrots. .Be
Fancy Klpe Tomatoes, lb '
( bunches FTesh Onions or Radlsliea
Good Cooking Apples, peck too
Fancy Wax or Green Beans, lb.... So
( Green Peppeers 6
New Cabbage. Ib Q
TRY H A YDE W'S FIRST .it
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