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THE BEK: OMAHA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER IP, 10U.
RED CRANBERRIES CHEAP
Applet SeuomMe and Peaches Are
Still Cheap and Grapes Up.
FRESH TOMATOES COME BACK
lef-reesed Ct af Sajrar Kmm Dewa
the Bale ef rralta -far Canalaa?
ftrMfi f he Takes
A aether Drop.
Tha flret cranberries of ths season ere
on tha market, and rerer before have
tr.ey been so cheap at Uia opening of tha
season. Tha firt consignments have nr.
rooms thla afternoon At 2:tt o'clock
will be offered at i cents a quart They
ara firm and hard, with no decaying ons
in th consignment.
Apples ajra coming la nice lota and ara
selling at a reasonable? cheap figure.
Fancy wealthlea, some of huge are
offered at U.3B for a bushel crate. Bell
flower' ara offered at 11. 45. Ortmea
gnldens ara selling at tl.'t a bushel crate.
Utah peaches are at 1 11 offered In aome
rWa at oeota a crate, although they
hsv irone up 10 cents a crate wholesale.
Concord crapes that sold for 14 crnts a
basket last week art bringing 3D cents
ra Cost Mora.
RartWt ream marie a Jump of fl.fe a
bushel. Pears that sold at S1.7S tart week
are now bringing 13 a crate.
Tokay grapea of excellent quality ara
heaper thsn usual. They are offered by
the pound for a nlcU;l, or In 7-pound
baskets for SO cents. Home grown peaches
ran be had at 90 cents for a grape basket
What are known as tha pink-meat
rsntaloupea, very sweet and of excellent
flavor are sld at "H tenia aplei-e.
Fresh tomatoes are on tha market again
since tha recent rains, in fairly good
quantities. They can be had at 30 cents
a market basket. Tha little yellow toma
toes so much used for preserves ara sell
ing at 40 cent a market basket.
Big green or partially ripe mangoes are
in at SO cents a market basket.
' "aaaed needs Ftarraate.
Canned goods ara still fluctuating a
little with the activity of tha speculators
on tha prospect of tha continuance of tha
war., according to M Xing of Hayden
Bros.' grocery department. Corn ani
peas ara holding out at a stiff price and
are maintaining the steady high level they
reached shortly after the war opened.
Canned tomatoes are a little cheaper.
Cheeae, after making a big jump with
the coming of war, which cut off the
supply from Switzerland. Germany and
France, has eased up a bit, dropping off
in the neighborhood of cents in a
Butter Is a trifle high this week, being
quoted at SO cents in Elgin.
Sugar la still going at $1 for fifteen
pounds. The high price of sugar Is hav
ing tta effect in the fruit canning In the
homes, aa many housewives will not buy
the sugar to do the amount of -canning
they usually do.' Thla is said to harve its
effect In bringing the fresh fruit down
to a reasonable price, sines the demand is
not aa great as It would be If sugar was
BRINGS SHEEP TO MARKET
AND TAKES HOWIE A WIFE
Pavid Mills, son 0f Jaceb Mills, one of
the pioneer sheepmen , of Wyoming,
brought several ears of his father's aheep
to the Omaha market from lfat Creek,
Wyo., this week and will return with a
Sir. Mills and Mlaa Flossie M. Cngeshall,
also of Hat Cret'k, were married Mon
day evening at 7 o'clock at the home of
the bride's slater, Mrs. J. J.' Kriis, 1710
iJavcnport street. Rer. Titus lwe of
the First Methodist church performed
the ceremony. Only a few relatives were
The bride has been In Omaha, where
she was born and formerly lived, visiting
for aevsral weeds. Bhe and her husband
will make their home on one of the elder
Mr. Mills ranches near Hat Creek.
SUPERIOR CEMENT PLANT
RUNNING ON FULL TIME
The Nebraska Portland 'cement plant
at Superior, in which Omihe men are
the principal stockholders has opened for
business and ia now running on full time.
The output Is close to i,m barrels per
Amy, which, has been contracted for
several months ago.
The Superior plant eommenoed grind
ing the cement rock several daya ago,
but not until this week has It been turn
ing out the finished product. The raw
materia la secured from just over the
state Una In Kansas and hauled to the
plan at Superior la cars owned by the
COMMITTEE ON NEW JAIL
HAS BEEN ORGANIZED
The committee of representatives from
several organisations appointed to pass
on the advisability of submitting a bond
proposition of 1100.000 for a new city
Jail met at the city hall and organised
and then proceeded to Inspect the jail.
Frank H. Myers of. the Rail Estate ex
change, was elected chairman and J. J.
Toms secretary of the organisation. The
t ouncll has passed the ordinance." order
ing the submission of the bonds, but if
the committee's report Is unfavorable an
effort may be made to repeal the ordi-
The railroads operating out of Omaha
' have hung more than JM.OOfl advertise
ments of the Omaha Ak-Sar-Ben carnival
during the last ten dsys. Most of them
are one sheet posters of the red, yellow
and green verity, and are hung in depots,
hotels sad stores along ths lines, out a
distance of miles from thla -ltv.
To boost the Ak-8rBen festivities this
;ear the railroads have extended the ad
vertising territory, and the passenger meg
are anticipating a better btslneas Into
the city than during any time in the past.
DIVORCE MILLS GRIND"
OUT SOME SEPARATIONS
Decrees of divorce have been granted I
district court as follows: To Grace Ann
f'arrUb, from Raid M.. on grounds of
iruelty and n on -support; to Kthel Klen
rurg. from James, with fotW alimony set
tlement snd custody of minor child.
"Aims, on grounds of cruelty; lo Edna
L. Haaker. from Walter It. by default,
with tJ alimony settlement, on grounds
cf rruelty and non-support; to Marie
i.undiuit. from Walter, on grounds of
it'-m tui'i oi
Starting to Come
The range rattle along the tine of the
Vnloa Pacific have not commenced to
move In large number, but there are
heavy shipments of shnrp coming to the
Omaha market. Those coming now are
mostly from Idaho and are said to be In
prime condition. The Wyoming sheep
will not commence to move to market
much before the first of next month.
On eccount of the rsnge hsvlng been In
the best condition this season, and last
winter being a mild one, the flocks hsve
Increased rspidly during ths Isst veer
and the shipments this fsll are expected
lo be the heaviest In five years.
OMAKANS WILL MAKE A
TRADE VISIT TO WYOMING
The Omaha Commercial club has per
fected plsns for Its trade trip Into Wyom
ing. The party will consist of some thirty
to fifty of the business men of the oity.
They will occupy two standard sleepers
and will leave over the Northwestern
the afternoon of September 80. From
here the Omahans will go direct to
(Douglas, where they will put in one day
at the Wyoming state fair. After that
they will go to Ossper and back to Or In
En route home the Omahans will come
by wsy of Cheyenne, where they will
remain one day, returning over the Union
GRAIN EXCHANGE WILL
NOT BUILD THIS FALL
The Omaha Oratn exchange has decided
not to erect Its -buildings this fall. The
excavating, however, will be made, and
the foundation will probably be put in.
Work will stop then until next spring,
when construction of the building will
The new home of the Omaha Grain ex
change Is to he eight stories high and
will cover a ground spaoe, 130x128 feet.
Tho 130 feet will be along Harney street
The srchltect is working on the plsns.
but it will he nlnoty dsys before they
northSide of far nam to
be built soud over mile
t'p'te a few days ago there was but
one piece of vacant property between
Twenty-fourth street and the Missouri
river on the north side of Farnam street.
That piece Is soon to be no' more, and the
street Is to he a solid block of business
places for a distance of twenty-four
blocks. The vacant lot belongs to Ed
Phelsn. Through the firm of A. r. Tukey
ft Ron he has Just leased It to a firm for a
location of an automobile establishment
A brick building, one story high, to feet by
11B, Is to be erected on the alte.
SOURBEER PLEADS GUILTY;
SENf TO PENITENTIARY
F. I Bourbeer has pleaded guilty In
criminal court to the charge of lar
ceny from the person of Henry Ms
Kenny and haa been given an Indeter
minate sentence of from one o seven
years In the state penitentlsry. The
prisoner admitted that hia victim was
under the Influence ' of liquor at the
time the $8.55 was taken.
KILISZEK CHARGED WITH
SELLING INDIANS LIQUOR
Arrested on a charge of introducing
liquor to the Indians at the government
school at Genoa, Neb., John Killssek has
been brought to Omaha by Chief Deputy
Ntckerson and ttiraed over to United
State Marshal Warner. Killssek de
clares he Is not the man wanted, but evi
dent to tha contrary la said to be in
possession of the authorities. '
TO MEET SATURDAY NOON
Douglas county republican candidates
are to have a fellowship luncheon at the
Hotel Rome Saturday noon. They desire
to get together to talk over the campaign
and get acquainted with each other. Alt
the candidates for county offices as well
as the county legislative ticket are to be !
TUZ RIW liromM
to your order Saturday,
1914 f.tilk Fed Spring Chickens. . .
TMXfW SBIISIo CHICKS . .
nf&rl' Pt0i - Fulton' Chons- r.Y.Y.'.Y.Y:. &
V , "rJ. B.uti" .la Kmall Hams txZ0
YonJ vf r?i'W"t J 8""- t-ured Bacon I";: 1JJ
Tent ocltvrl.s a iay a and llJk. KL aad a aad 4 . at
is Mmws im mn amAwtrvArvxt ttoab. bi.oo.
jo oars Heat-Km-All or Diamond C
M ""P aso
4 lbs. best Navy Beans S3o
fcarly June JJeaa. per can a-0
i cans Hus-ar Corn s
Karo Syrup, red or' white.'Van.' !t
Spaghetti or Macaroni, p.r pkg. ..TU.
New Pancake Klnur
per psg.. . .avo
Mall Hlurlng. per pkg.
Bakers' Nut Chocolate.
tocolate. I pkss. for loe
ip inn paiety siatcnes, pkg
Jdo oia Lust or Naphtha Powder
Mason jars of Pickles or PicllIU lOo
Bnider . Cataun. per bottle le
Idiewlld. Meadow Gold butter. pr
Beat Tub Butter, per lb. aso, aoe
Fancy. But tertne, lbs. for aso
Talile Butt.rine, per lb. )eo
Oolden Santos Coffee, per lb..... Boo
K"ull Cream Cheese, per lb aoe
i' page, torn riakes ee
THE EMPRESS MARKET
Opp. Wool worth 5e anfl 10c Btore.
... eat ptioea are lows U at the VwbUe Market. We bar la oarloa4 lotsi
tale enablee ae to aaake tta. a. low prtoee.
Bimtmbiri W . .- i..i.u . i. .
1914 Milk Fed Spring Chlckoni
rresn uressod Chickens
PIG PORK ROAST
-j tni , u, . tu... ..... . ...... ISO. Ate
Pig Pork Butte 1440
Young Veal Roast 14 Ho, He
Young Veal Chops
Mutton Chopa ,
Kxtra Ian Hacon
20 Lbs. Ocst Fine Granulated Sugar for S1.00
With l-lb. Japan. English Breakfast. Oun Powder Tea or Best Cocoa.... CSo
nest brands Flour ui
Z4-IDS. publlo PHq Tlour ao
Tall cans Alaska Kalmon 100
Tall cana Red Salmon l4-
4 tans busar Corn aa
10c cane Peas or Pork and Beajis. .ae
Uellou cans Karo Syrup, red or wblte.
H-Kllos csiia Karo Pyrup. red or
white .f. . aoo
-f'e 1'ainake Hour, per pkg 'e
PUDLIC MARKET JS.1.0. 'SSSSfAU
Application of Mrs. Nellie Keellne
Hawltier for a mnnPhly maintenance
allowance of out of the estate of
her late husbsnd. A I. It. ruwltxrr. who
took his own life, has been denied by
Probate Judge Bruce" Crawford. The
latter ruled thsn an antenuptial "agree
ment made by the two was vslld, and ,
mm xnrremre me widow must secure
her share of the estate under that con
tract. The ruling was without prejudice
to the right of the minor child to apply
for maintenance, the Judge explained.
LABOR LEADER FEIDER
STOPS 0VER IN OMAHA
C. M. Feller, labor leader, who three
years ego had local labor circles In a
foment by reason of the proposed Sunday
closing of. barber shops was in Omaha
for a few hours. Mr. Feider Is now lo
cated in Ioe Angeles. He Is on his wsy
te Peoria. 111., to attend a oonrenion of
the International Bridge and Structural
Steel Workers and, later will f0 to In
dianapolis to attend a barbers' conven
tion. J. K Ntoodemue of Is Angeles ac
eompanlel Mr. Feider.
FINED FOR TRYING TO TAKE
HIS SPITE OUT ON HORSES
Frank I.utchal, a laborer, was fined ISO
snd costs, and In default waa sent to the
county Jail, because wltnews sccuaed
him of having poured carbolic acid Into
the menger of severs! horses belonging
o Ous OrsnleweeM. I7 South Twenty,
fifth street. Lotchst, It Is said, had been
discharged by Oranlewskl, and used the
acid for revenge. None of the horse
IOWA TRAINS ARE RUNNING
ON SCHEDULE TIME AGAIN
The railrosds across Iowa have about
recovered from the effeerts of the floods
of Monday and trains are again prac
tically back on time. Railroad men re
port the heaviest rains In years and con
siderable damage done to the bridges and
, PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS.
iJ?ob ,?,m'" wife of Elwood,' la .
in irifi Pity. . . ,
of8".!". Aioml'- psssenger traffic manager
of the Pennsyfvanla lines west of Pitts
burgh, went through Ihsaha on the
K.lr",rn-tnion Cfc. en route to
Tom Memmlngcr. democratic state
senstpr from Madieon county In 109, now
a neldent iof Oklahoma, where he a loo
became a stste senator. Is In Omaha
and ity Clerk Thrmia J. Klynn. Mr
Memmlnger Is on his way to Mndlnon
"""ly to look after business Inter""!!!"
"I never know where ny husband ia "
eld the unhappy looklnrwomair '
h.J i ' u'JU the nelKhbor who
h-'J'? round .to vmpathlse. "vou
k!,l,tn " comfort that I have, fou
know your huslwnd Is not going to
cu7tvVh." UW "d rtoug dlffl.
"m not sure that I don't wish John
were more reckless If they put him n
Jail. I d I at least know exactly how he
spends his evenings.' -Washington i Btar.
A "Stetson" Hat
Narrow II r I m Higher
t Vow ti New 8tyle Hand
In all New Hhadee
Browning, Ring & Co.
15th at Douglas.
tto watoa we will tress
'tBt T'T Orepee, t to IbeN
Jersey rSwee't' Potatoes 'per' il!
Fancy t'elery, i stalks for
rmni-y ivu Miturt. eaj ll
rge bunches of Colorado Bi1lalin
or Oreen Onions, for 10e
Large market basket of Green Pee
pers for-v. jso
Fsnev pearl Pickling Onions, per
basket ... 40o
rr ripe Bananas, per docen ..loo
Fancy Cauliflower, per lb... loo
Kockyford Jems. 2 for )..... lBo
lrn I.emona, per dosen 80o
Fancy Kltterta Colorado Peaches, per
crate ....,..! aoe
Bweet Concord Orapea, basket, 17Lo
P'ancy Oranges per dos.n loe
Market banket Toinatoee B6e
Potatoes. 1 lbs. to peck t&o
We handle fresh white and Bo.
nemian ltye Bread
1X3 South 18th St. Tel. D. S30T
. . . . 12 3-4c
Kxtra Leiui Iln)a ............
bmail liaJua ...4
rronr I P. M. to P. M
Lamb Chopa 60
rYom P. M. to lo P. M
Pork Chopa ,T. ..14Ue
:fto bottle Cataup ja
11 bara IX C, or Beat -'Sin-All Soap
With ' Washi ng" od, ! '. ! ! : JSe
tie cans Calumet Baking Powder ISo
4 iurgm rolla Toilet Pitper B6e
ic Matvliea or Tooih Picks I.e
trolden fcantos Corfee BOe
Panton's Gas Roaatrd Coffee, can Me
heat Irv Peaches, S Iba. for 8&0
Heat grade Cremuerv Butter J3a
9Ui 'hee. per lb ,,,.ase
II AGAIN WE LEAD IN
SATURDAY we further
in bargain giving.
THjACK velvet iiatr ah
the. nwet ideas are displayed
In this wonderful assortment.
Trimmed with fancy feathers,
wings and ribbons; sell else
where at not less ttiaa $.r.ft0;
' Wei rIy Green
115 South 16th St.
Bay I!ov.v Pay Later
Scores ef pretty hats all
new all different. Plenty of
tha natty email and medium
models, In black and tha other
popular colore. Priced from
. mm a m
' sWaitnr.ieaAi ''lin.."'.?
T 111.1.111...- . ... .
OCT. 1st to 1414-16 Harney. During the next two weeks
we offer for sale Our entire stock of
Consisting 0 independent side-walls, grass cloth papers,
Tiffany blends, two-tone oatmeals, tapestries, floral and
fabric effects, at prices
Below Factory Cost
1113-15-17 HOWARD ST.
Bargains in practically
new articles in "For
Sale" column; read it
demonstrate ou superiority
WiKSS HATH All Of this
geason 's newest and best shapes.
Natty and original; beautifully
trimmed. A look will convince
you of the wonderful values In
three hats at
Ret rimming And Order
The Very Hcwcst Fall
Shoe Styles Await
You at This Store
e? WHT FAT MOBVE for your full ehoes
when you can get the eajne stvlca and
. Iilgh finality here for IS. We ahuclutelv
unrantee to save vou at least
the BEDDEO WAY
- No need to pay out all your
caah for Pall and Winter Oar
menta for tho family. You'll
need money for other cold
weather heueohold necessities In
a few weeks. A amall payment
each weak satlefle mo.
1417 Douglas St.
PHONE DOUG. 976.
3161 Eies for Business
WHEN you reach a stage in business where you really
appreciate values; when you understand perfectly
that good quality pays, at any fair price; then you're ready
tb understand why we say - '
Haydon's Clothes aro Boot
The best of many bests, the very best in quality of mater
ials, workmanship and style that our money can buy and we
know that your money can buy no better:
'Hart, Schaffncr r.larx Clothes
head the list with several other splendid makes to select
from. All guaranteed. ,
Our New Fall Suits Are Ready Extraordinary values at
g18.00-g20.00 and $25.00 '
en's and Young Hen's Suits at $15
W wish to call your attention to this particular lino of sulfa.
Th4 best values wo have ever shown. . New Tartans and Overplalds,
Checks and Stripes. Fabrics are all wool and fadeless. Every ault
has a Hayden guarantee, two or three-button models; double or single
breasted soft roll styles. Equal to much higher priced aulta. Be sure
and see this assortment before deciding.
Values in Children's Clothes That Bring Crowds
All wool. 2-pant auks. $1.05. . Blue serge, fancy fall colors And
corduroy suits. , All have two pair of full lined knickers. Suits that
are tailored by men and designed by the best designers In America.
Many different styles to choose from. Every ault at this price is guar
anteed pure wool and fast color. Any suit not satisfactory will be
exchanged for a new one. We invite comparison. aj re
2-pant suits at '. j)4i70
Suite for Boys at all price from $2.95 to $ib. Big value at each price.
Ulackinaws Aro Ready
We received- our boys mackinaws this week. They aro dandles.
Sizes from 6 years to. 17 years. A big selection of plaids and plain
colors. Norfolk or double breasted Raglan or Split Sleeve Shoulder ef
fects. Priced for early selling at . ,
$3.95-54.95-05.95 G $7.50
EVEUV OXE ALL WOOL.
Hen's Trouser Department Offers
Hart. Schaffner & Marx trousers at S5.$0 $6.00. S8.00 i
810.0O- Good selection.
Princess Trousers; every one with the maker's label, at 81,50-81.03-
83.05 and 83.05- Exceptional values at each price.
Full assortment of men's and boys' rain coats, $2.50 to $15.
SPECIAL 100 Balmaacans
sale Saturday at 87.50 and SlO.ftO. All rain-proof. Big value.
' Xala moor, West Boom
Another Big Purchase of Men's
Shirts. Manufacturers' gam
plea and Surplus.
At About Half Actual Worth
BMrta Worth S3-0O to $4.M, in
stlka and finest imported inad
raases. newest styles and color
tngs, at $1.44 and Mo
bins Worth ti-OO aad SI. SO. bast
materials, styles and colorings,
all perfect, - In two big lots
at SSo and 49c
Viae Wool Sweater Coats, all best
styles, best lot of values ever
at S3.SO, 93.SO and S1.S8
ample Bath Mobes, worth to tlO:
big special purchase on sal
at. l.a, Sa.3, M-S8 to $5.93
acaia rioor, west aoom
Men's Hew Fall Hats
Samples in the season's new
shapes. and colors; both soft
and stiff felta, made to sell up
to-$1.60; on sale C1 OC
Saturday, choice.. $ltasO
it rnv MAvnprd'
IITI I U aeaw
.a... ,!.m,..mmwmumnmmmmmm mnMVmsumun;!' lilliaiium u h.uku .mi,.., , ,
' Ml 0
E. R. Noodharriy Prop., D.ut.1
lust received by express, go on
Main moor, Kiddle Boom'
Underwear and Furn-
That Mean Xztraordtaarr
Hen's Bight Shirts. $1.00 snd 1 1.".
values, cut long and full, sizes
lb to 20 neck band: on sale
at. I ee and 4o
$9.00 and $3.00 Bight Shirts aad
JPjJamae, In mercerized madrai,
pongeea and aolsettes; all aiaes,
at $1.45 and S6o
Kea'a Uaderwear, fall an-1 winter
weight garments, in- all styles
and qualities; big special pur
chase, on sale at ABOUT KAXf
UBUAX BSTAZX, FaUCES.
Msb's Silt Bocks, six pairs In ho,
all colors, ail perfect, box.. 91.35
Man's Books, made to sell at lie
and 2bc pair; special
at.... lauo aad SHe
Several other specials In which
your dbllar will do almost double
"Mala moor. West Boom 1
Boys and Children's Hats
Manufacturers samples ia
cloth and felts, all newest col
ors and shapes, made to sell up
to $1.50; in three big lots for
Saturday 25c. 50. 80
Like cut,.brocaded quar-
welted soles, Gaby
heels, in patent leath
er, short vamp, in
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