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THE BEK-. OMAHA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1014.
MEAT PRICES HAYE DROPPED
Round SteaX Ka Drrpd to Sc?f n
' tees and Half Cents a Poufd.
WAS TWENTY-EIGHT- CETTTS
flams A rwn Pnltar IIaa
area Wkeleaale aart Cklckeaa
At SelHa tur F1ftea
A substantia drop In nnt prirna la th
feature of the market on necessities of
lira this vwk. It la decidedly -rlroniol
Toy the consumer, llama are down $1 a
hundred, chickens arc 15 cents a pound.
J .em be are down & centa a hundred
wholesale, which la somewhat unuauaJ,
as they hare been In the haMt of oln
tip rather than down rather steadily.
Hound steak, which enared out of elslit
for a period of months, has dropped lack
to 17H rent a poun'i. For n time, shout
a month aa-o. It i ellp as hlh a I
renta a' pound. Other beef la largely
Pork la allprhtly hlRhrr. pork lolna be
In IliM i hundred wholesale. This
brings pork rhopa to 2S renta a pound.
FUh are selling at a reasonable flsjtire.
all meat prices heJns considered. Halibut
ateak la aejlln at 12S4 cents a pound. Sal
mon la seWna; at ' centa. Freah cat
fiah la offered at IS renta.
Pnareribs ran be had at 1IH centa a
pound. Rib boiling beef la aelllna; at 8 '4
oenta a pound and neckbonee, the cheap
eat of meat at centa a pound.
The first sauerkraut of the aeaeon la u
the market at S centa a pound or 10 centa
Both a-reen and ripe tomatoea are itIU
abundant and will likely he on the mar
ket until rroat cut them off. Oreen ones
ran be had at 15 renta a market basket
and ripe ones at centa a basket.
Applea of varloue klnda and aplendld
quality eaa be hM at what are eoneldered
low yrtcea for the time of year and the
quality. Boma of the flneat cooklns
applea, without a flaw, ran be had at Zft
centa a peck, while the choloeet bell
flnwera. rrcmhin and wealthlea can be
had at fl-tS a buahel box. Al King of
Harden Broe. aaya that Omaha haa not
only the advantage of a aplendld home
crop, but that many New Tork applea
aa well are ahlpped In.
Sugar haa taken a welcome drop, how.
soever email, ao that sixteen pounda are
aold for $1 now where but fifteen were
old a week ago.
DR. M.J.SCOTT ENR0UTET0
NEW YORK AFTER VISIT HERE
lr. M. .1. rVott or Butte, Mont , had
aurgeon at the St. 1'ranrla hoepllal of
that place, haa left here after a brief
vl alt enmule to New Tork City on a
biialneea trip. Pr. 8rott la a graduate of
the OHghljin Medical college and re
cently donated a e"i.on0 library to that In
aiitutlon. He waa at one time preeldent
of the CYeiahlon fan Alumni aaaoulatlon.
Juatln Toung, senior at the ('relaMon
Medical i-ollrae, hna relumed from Chi
cago, where he attended Iho bi-annual
national convention of the 1'hl Itho Hlgma
National Medical fraternity. The conven
tion waa attended by ronrraentatlves
from Harvard, Tale, all the lancer eautern
arhooVe and by mm from ,ae far wet
aa I.os Anrelea.
Bee reader are too Intelligent to over
took the opportunities In the "want ad
columns They're worth while readier
Doughnuts Sold on
Highway for. Child
Donated dotighnuta are aold at the
booth of the Child Paving Inetltute on
the Klnaa Highway, along with home
made plea, delicious coffee and lunch. The
place la a popular center for hungry
merrymakera, and M waa taken In on
Thursday alone. The recelpte are clear
profit, aa all the food la given by frlenda
of the Institute. The committee hand
ling the booth conalata of Mra. TV. E.
Heed, Mra. Barton Millard and Mra. A.
A. McOraw. Those serving Friday were
Mra. George A. Joalyn. MrX W. W. Bla
baugh, Mlaeea Orace and Ruth filahatigh,
Mra. H. R Tatteraon and Mra. Frank
Barrett. lellrloti home-made plea will
be aold Faturdey.
IJILB IHi,atMill,MI JlatuiMMMUSj yajrflaj
0 Premium Demonstration Sale
The Great Majestic Oange
Voters Will Have
Five Ballots for
.. . the Next Election
Voters will have to handle five ballota,
one of wtlch will be seven feet and one
ttalf long, and muit pass on four pro
posed constitutional amendments and
three statutes under the referendum at
the November election, according to In
formation received from the secretary of
atate by the election commlasloner.
Democratic candidates will be first on
the ballot, the progreaatvea next and the
republicana third, thla order being baaed
on the vote caat at the last election for
governor. Next In order will come the
socialists and prohibitionists.
The main ballot, which will be seven
and one-half feet In length, will carry at
Its top alx propoaitlona on whioh the
voters are to pas -the three constitu
tional amendments endorsed by the par
ties In the primary, the woman suffrage
amendment and the workmen's compen
sation and Nebraska City armory ret.
reoduma. The other four ballota will
tte nonpartisan, the water board and
school board Hits of candidates and the
u Diversity removal ballot
Ne mora names have been added to the
list of seven candidates who have filed
for the school board. Next, Monday la
the last day en whica fJUaga will be ao
FEDERAL PETIT JURY TO
REPORT ON THIRTEENTH
C. A. Roberta. 1234 North Forty-first
street, la the only Otnahaa selected to
eerva on the federal petit Jury during the
term of court starting October IS. The
others are John W. Black. Allen; Ernest
JFtergman. Columbus; George J. Houoher,
Sioux; Charles N. Bernham. Oedar Rapids;
P. A. Carlson. Ldndsay; Joseph Chapman,
Arlington; Charles M. Ctiapin, Oconee;
Hal Christie, Berlbner; John Clattenof.
West Point; John B. Evans, Dakota City;
Frank C. Rvana, W tamer; ron Forbea,
Xakota; Henry A. Fitch. Belgrade; Car
son C. Goodrich, Cedar Rapids; Albert
R. lUsson. Dodge; W. P. Hill, Randolph;
Henry Koch, Newcastle; Ernest Kern,
North Bend; William II. Kelso, Wlsner;
II. B. Miller, Lindsay; Chester Marshall,
Arlington; Loe Winter. Oakland; Christ
klartens, Jr., Platte Center; Joseph A.
Newman. Laurel: Clayton B, Nichols.
Valley; "L'barles B. Ntckodemus, Fremont;
Kdward O' Flaherty, Dixon; John Orton.
rullerton; J. C. Flnker, West Point; C.
R Peterson, Oakland; Dillon Robinson,
Albion; C. A. Roberta, 1321 North Forty
first street. Omaha; Oeorgs P. Rich, fit
Edwards: Ed Ross, Homer; J. Walter
Itoberta, Albion; Edward Huwe, Fremont;
Henry Helts IwKnta; Ray O. Thurber,
Craig; L. C. Thompson, Wlsner; Samuel
K. Thoroburg, Belgrade.
Beginning Monday. Oct.' 6. and continuing nn. w win
x KiIOWithe 0reat M-JeBtlc range In actual operation, baking tempting
lurca ujiuuvuB, ubiuk meanwniie stove pipe made of com
mon wrapping paper. With every range ordered during the week
we will give an
$0.00 Set of Kitchen Ware Froo
The range does not coat a penny more. Vou do not have to lake
It at once. Simply place your order and make a small payment to
hold it. No expert la required to bake with a Majestic. Just an or
dinary houHekeeper. No gray iron or steel Is used In its construc
tion. Nothing but malleable, unbreakable iron and genu I tie char,
cool iron. We are prepnred to prove that charcoal Iron used In the
body of a range will last three times as long aa steel. It costs you
nothing to see the range operate.
Coffee and lUscuits Served Free Each Dy.
John ISussie Hardware Go.
a: . .
H Z4B7-C3 CUIXS 5T. "If you buy It of Hussie, It's Right'
Mere's the Beet Shoe
Value in Omaha
Handsome snug-fitting dull or
patent, with cloth top looks like the
regular $5 kind. Shown in every size
We contider thU the bett tho ever built to
ell for $4.00 made specially for thi hoa$t.
Atk to tee this "$4.00 Special"
Mail Orders Filled.
) GM1 O Jn
Lots off Mem:
6 -Come Mourned
In the Fall, to spend a few days in '
"The Old Town." A good many
of them are wearing j
Schaffncr S t.jarx :
Clothes they're clothes that - are sold in ,
nearly every good town in the country. - :
If you're a" Home Comer" or a "Stay atl
Home" you want these clothes they're
world's best styles. You'll look' right in
them wherever you are come in and see
the new styles we re showing for fcall m
suits and overcoats at $18, $20, $25, $30
and $35. Special Values at $25.
If SI 5 .00 It What You Want to Pv
(WrVtlUrtScUlMiaVU " ww. " ""
For a fall suit or overcoat we would advise you to come to Hayden's.
Tartan checks, chalk stripes, overplaids and plain colors, made both soft
oppressed fronts English or conservative cut; the snappiest lot of suits
ever gotten together. ' Every suit "sold at $15 by us is .guaranteed albwool, and seams sewed
with silk a new suit for any one that does not give perfect satisfaction.
We are showing a very large line of suits at $10 for men and young
men. It is worth your while to look them over.
. Men's Raincoats and Cravenettes at Special Prices
Sup-On Uouble Texture Cotton, $o.0U..Jand
Special lot of Coats, iVn. $2.00
Bring the Boy to Hayden's. Headquarters for Boys Clothing
All Wool Suits with two Pants at $4-95-both pants lined. Blue
Serges, worsteds and cassimeres, big selection of patterns in the season's
most wanted colors,- Bulgarian Norfolk with patch pockets and three
styles of Norfolks that are shown exclusively by us. These suits are
made well and every one has a Hayden guarantee label sewn $ JC
on the coat. The perfection of boys suits at . wvil
Boys Suits at $2.95 to $15.00 best selection in Omaha. -
Boys' Chinchilla Overcoats, ages'to'lO years, at. .. .$2.95, $3.95, $4.95 to $12.50
Bought from the receiver
the entire stock of
The Skirt Store
322 N. 16th St.
WAISTS, FURS, ETC.
Must Ce Sold at Once
At Less Iffo onthe
Sale starts Saturday
9:C0 a. m.
' 322 North 16th Street.
(Near Chicago St.)
Priestley Cravenettes, $15 00 kind.. $10.00
Slip-On Double Texture Cassimere, $12.50
kind at . ..' : . S7.50
Boys' Overcoats, ages 8 years to 18 years, at.
$4.95, $7.50, $10.00 to $15.00
Boys' and Children's Mackinaw Coats, ages 4 to 18 years. .$3.95, $4.95, $6.95, $7.50
(B-sry cost aJl wool.) '
Boys' Wooland-Corduroy Knickers at ..50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00
BUILDING OPERATIONS FOR
YEAR HOLDING THEIR OWN
Although building operations in Omaha,
during the month of ttaptombsr decreased
by nearly llOA.ooo. the total for ths year
is but SS.000 behind the total amount
spent during the entire year of 1 All. aiid
the city building of (loe predicts s decidedly
prosperous showing at ths close of ths
The statistical record, follow: Build
Ing permits lu4 in September. 1914,
seventy-four; money expended. WO.WX
Permits issued In September, ninety,
seven; money expended, Ml.kMX
fapltal In excess by fTOO.OUO of the ex
penditures during the same period of
If is have beea used tn building ora
tions up to October 1, UU.
Building Inspector Ura Bridges Said:
-"The war has had a noticeable effect
os building operations, there Is ho deny
ing, but conditions within the last two
'keeks have seemed to become normal
X Usm BMWKlMtr Treahla
It don't take long for kidney and bled
or trouble to gira yon a lame back, and
s-ven worse If not checked. Mrs. H. T.
btrsynge, GalnsvtUe. Oa. was fairly
flown on her back with kidney trouble
and inflamed bladder. Bhe says: "J
look roley Kidney pills snd now my
back Is stronger than In years, and kid.
Uey trouble and painful bladder sensa
tion have entirely gone." Good drug
guts are glad to sell Foley Kldniy I'll la
because they always help. Thy o.m'eln
lie babit furralng duga All dealcra
Ak-Har-lU-n visitors welrunte to th nrvr EmpreM Hanltary Market.
1914 Milk Fed Spring Chickens. . . . . 12 3-40
1914 Spring Ak-Sar-Ben Ferequarters Larab. ... 9 1-2.
iaii iprmj flu-aar-usn Kinsqssrters Lamb ... 12 3-4c
Choice Steer Pot Roast 1 Sc. It He
Pis; Pork Roast 12 Ho
Pig Pork Butts 14 94 c
Young Veal Roast l.V, He
Young Veal Chops 13
Choice Steer Round Steaks 17 He
We hand I. all kind, of freah and amnk.d flan.
Choice Mutton Chons laue
Extra Lean Hams 17H
Extra Lean Bacon .21 He
Small Hams 124e
Sugar Cured Bacon ....... .19 Me
10 bars Whit. Itusulan. D. C. or Beat-
Em-All soap bsc
l-lb. aack let flour . 91M
-lb. can Kumfnrd bejtlng powder
for , too
Tall cane mil . .-. THe
tipahttT or macaroni. par.pkg.TsO
1 KUon rmni ayrup ' 3uo
Kai o whli. ayrup. per. can . wo
Tall Alaaka salmon, per can lOo
1 tall cans augar corn 85e
1 lba. srwtnd pineapple ......... loo
l-lb. pkg. tlloaa starch so
Heat country Imtl.r. per lb.,..,.B8o
Heat creamery Imtter, per lb 3to
t-lb. roll butterine S6e
!5o Jar. presnrvea ,.15o
tic. iMiitlea MhlKet pirkl.a lfto
i-anry large blue pluma, per bas
Kanoy red plums, per basket BOo
1 bu. Kanoy KlefTer pears ..,.l.oo
I rice rue bananaa
Market baaket beeta per baaket. . .Sue
Sweet turnips, per market basket. 80s
Iatk. Jersey sweet potatoes, per
Maniclo peppers, per baaket SOo
l4irna, fancy oranges, per dym. . . .oo
Ureen string beans, per market bas
Fweet oranges, per dos oo
Market bank.t turnips.,.., s
Market baaket rarrota Sao
l-aticy large lemons, per dos aoo
1-ancy t'olorado Cauliflower. pc
Muae duiiainan apples, DU. Iox.gl.04
" -. .Ss I uu-iie Jonathan apples, bu. bux.g
THE EMPRESS MARKET
Opp. Wool worth ffr and 10c Store. H3 South lSUi St. TeL D. 2307
The Go; -
That's the Boy. Eternally
wearing . out shoes. That is
why go many thousands of
They wear better, fit bet
ter and look better than any
'other boys' shoe made.
Boys'. l to BW.. . 32.50
Little Gents'! 9. to 13W
PARCEL POST PAID
1419 Farnam '1' '
"ATTKACTIOWS" AT THE FOU
REXALL OIU ST
Ak-Sar-Bcn visitors arc Invited to visit the four Rexall
Drug Stores Omaha's most modern drug stores. You
will be pleased with our methods and low cut price?
SOME CYERY-DAY PRICES ON
PSOFRIETARY U EDICIKES
tl Borden 'a Malted Mllk.G44
11 Plnkham's Compound 59
11.25 Fepto-Mangan (Oude)
1 Ltsterine, for 58
60o Doan's Kidney Pills. -3 1
1 S. S. 8.. for 5t
35c Caatorla (genuine) 21c
25c Laxative Bromo-Qulnlne,
26c Mentholatum, tor . . 14g
25e Carter's Little Liver
60c Pape's Diapepsln for
$1 Smith's .Qreen Mountain
Renovator, Saturday . . 54c
Steam's Menthol and Butter
Cough Drops. I boxes for 5t
Eagle ltranii Condensed
Milk, per ran 12
BIG RUBBER GOODS SALE
eeww. - 1 aVS
Warranted Rubber doves,
For Household 00a
Use. for. ..... WiU
2-jt. Fountain Syringe, rapid flow, .full
set fittings, for 890
.We soli l.OOO Items in the Kubber Uoods
line. Kxperienred salesladies in the Dept.
3So Genuine Prophylactic Tooth A (I A
Brushes, in yellow box, m sell
DEEPLY CUT PRICE$ D
60c Hind's Honey and Almond
cream, for 20
60c Melorose Cream, for 29
25c Woodbury's Fac'l S'p 14,
50c Pe-Be-Co Toothpaste 3D
25c Houbigant's Rice P'dr 14J
75c Violet Loulsette P'dr 4J
60c Imp. Jicky Perfume,
50c Benzoin and Almond
Cream, for 34
l-lb. ran Tr. Arbutus Talcum,
S27 1 TaKe War Adas Rat.
unlay, for . . . -25s
SHERMAN a McCONNELL DRUG CO.
PROPUIKTOltS OF THE FOUK OMAHA KEXALL 'STORES.
Sherman A McOonnell Drug Co., Cor, 16th and Dodge.
Loyal Pharraaci. Hotel Loyal Block.
OhI Drug Co.," Corner 16th and Harney.
The Harvard Pharmacy, Cor. 24th and Farnam.
Since the recent advanca In maata
and provlslona it becomes my duty
to inform the public that tha major
ity of the so-called Rood 'Btaurants
are unlnif inferior meats, etc. Instead
of advancing: th prlcea to conform
with the advanced coat. THS BXI.
MOST X.EBTAUBVA.XT haa neither
cut tha quality nor advanced any
prices aa ia evidenced by tha satis
fled took on the faces of all who
Table &' Hots Dinner, Sunday 11 a. m.
o o p. m
1516 Dodge St. Open All Night.
C. N. BALL, Prop.
. la dowa 85 the dollar at tas rablts Xarket. SMctal fa ku
arday aad Ak-Mar-Baa weak. at-
We purchased carlowta of meata Buyln In such lares quantities en
ables us to sell cheaper than anyone else.
We aupply the lilln hotels ami restaurants with ths kJaTkaat aaallt
f meats at tae loveat prtoea. "ay
JO.OOO I As Milk Fel Spring chickens, dressed to your order fi
l'lO PORK ROAST 12se
Pteer pot roaat. t 15a aad lilts
IMS purk bulls I41s
Choice youiia veal roaat 16s aad lis
Choice veal chops 18 lo
l4imb less , .la a
Mutton roaat T'as
Mutton chops ........ lo aad laVas
V xtra Wan iiama lTVe
t.xtra lean baoon SI Ha
Hmall liaius .18,a
Pugar cured bacon ISHa
rrora n. m. tin $ p. tn.
La nib chops a
Krora p. m. till it p. m.
lb. pail compound lard pea
w mmu aAiaa jrAJaai ttuauuiTfO BUUAJa at oa
lVita 1 la. Japaa. Kasllak Breakfaat. (eoapowdes T r Bast OooW.'.'.V. .SSa
l-lb. can Calumet linkliia powder ISO
l-oa Ixillle White llorae cataup loo
4 cans sugar com Bs
10c catia peas or baked beans So
hweet Wriukle beet peas. I for..aoo
&c matches or toolh picks ISO
!2-o. Jars purs assorted flavor pre
V Kaiion Kaio syrup, red or white,
7 tana evaporated uulk S6o
Tall can milk TVe
PUBLIC MARKET If nssH7,
. for , a6o
AVith waahlna soda 10
rajtcy comb honey .ITHe
ti. cheeaa, per lb .......8e
K'uli cream cheeaa, par lb. ....... SO
Imported sardluea, per ran .tVa
large Queen olives, per quart... Sfre
Ripe ollvea per ran. ., ,0mt
tlolden hantoa coffee so
I'axton lias Itoaated coffee, per
You'll find some very fine
shoes here for $2.50 and
$3.00; iu fact, they cannot be
equaled in town for the price.
These are desirable prices
to most men; we've made the
merchandise even more de
. 1512 DOUGLAS, STREET
I buy the same quality of ma
terial, the beat, for use In my eat
ing place s.s I use In my home.
No matter what you pay elsewhere
you are not getting better, and
seldom as good food as you will
The Pure Food Sign.
Basement City Natl Bank BIdg,
Or Boston Lunches.
210 Soatfc. 10th Be.
1406 liongla 8b
1408 ram am St.
-OMAHA IO CIXTIV
LAST TIMES TODAY gj
SlSrrVt. Beautiful Princes! Meroff
and HAPPYLAND GIRLS JS!2J-.
Z.ADIKS' StsIX MAT. WItK SATB
Sua. It Week I Karri- Haetini"e Bis; Skew.
MB. OlOBOB 11USI -In
Bis Greatest Buooasa,
"DISRAELI" Eiss. soo to a
4 Bays, Beglanlna- Buaday. Mat. W4
"IHB S Or FAKADiaa," .
A Btory of Hawaii.
oce in TTuiiuruuiiy neauauc volcano
Emptton. Seats Selling.
rlUtera Kl H
a weir m.
a Vudi. uii,,(f
roi-d Unkum Tra.nl Weeklr.
Prion: aUtlaee OaUe". tee: bmt eaau anqt
SatureaF sa buadan t Nisbta lOo-tecSs-tec.
aaa a iti,
Bargains in practically
new articles in "For
Sale" column; read it
- - i
Mary Mokfora la "Buoa a Xattl Qoea"
starts at i , ii.jv, u:, t.io,
4 40. S 00. 7:15. 8 30. :4S.
ua.. "The Oeatlemas from Mississippi'
, Where World's Mpeed Records
Champion Motorcycle Riders la
Keren Races Daily
1, 3, 5, 10, IS and 23 Miles.
Ita.-ea start it I P. M. '
Positively the Greatest A-(Te(ation
of trel lemuns Kver AaaoinbUJ: in
ths United tntatps.
American Frileratinn of Motorists
Rules Govern Kach Kvent.
Cars Direct fresa 14tk aa4 Varaam.
aSuuaalua Ckuafea aader It, ssai
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