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THK P.EE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914.
CATTLE TROUBLE SPREADING
Booth Omaha Ears Stock from Whole
of Eastern Iowa.
NEBRASKA FREE FROM DISEASE
IlaMriii)i and Kinrkmri dnpt
Niri la Krrp Knot 14
Month Eiililrmtr a Kaat
SUf of the Hirer.
Thursday the Foulh Omaha Uv Stork
exrtmnrc r"t th bars up, slnittlna. out
from the South Omaha market all rattle
comlnn from point cast of the Missis
sippi river ani yesterday tlir-y moved
the line about ISO miles rent, barring all
animals from points treat of a line run
Ulris; north and south through Mason
City on the Mllwauko and Corydnn on
the Rook Island.
At noon th federal (rovmimont went
the South Omaha prop! one better and
lushed the line to th Missouri river,
shutting out of fhe South Omaha market
all Iowa cattla.
These drastic and far reaching orders
ccme about by reason ci a report that
the mouth and foot iliseow has ap
peared In aome nf tho herds of rattle In
Iowa and an effort It to he made to stamp
It out there before It lina a chance to
tread farther west.
o Kear for ehrttka.
Railroad live stork men connected with
the lines operating: In Omaha territory
have no fears of tho foot and mouth dis
ease reaching the herds of Nebraska and
Wyoming- unless It happens to be brought
west In cars that have been used for
hipping- Infected cattle and rattle are
attain shipped In tliem. However, stren
uous efforts are being maile to prevent
the spread of tho disease In this way.
At the Fouth Omaha stork yards and
at the yard stations of alt the Nebraska
Ili.es stork cars are bring- fimlgatri1 and
disinfected as soon as they Arrive. In no
Jnstanee are shippers permitted to load
cars until after cars have been thor
The live stork men of the railroads op
erating out Into the state and to the west
asert that at this time the herds are
entirely free from the foot and mouth
disease and that no symptoms of It have
. appeared In any localities.
How long the embargo placed upon
Iowa will continue no person si-cms to
know. The situation Is under control of
tha government Inspectors, working tin
der the direction of the Agricultural de
partment, and the assertion Is main that
there will bp no rc'axutlon In the vig
ilance until the dlvease la stamped out
T)in barring of low cattle In expected
ti be a srrlous blow to the South Omaha
market. Thousands of feeders In thut
fctnte are about reHdy to ship and a large
portion cf them are In Omit hit territory.
Now they nre shut out, but no other
market will be profited thereby, as th y
are barred out of KanHna City, St. Jo
seph an.l Chicago as well.
Sent to Jail for
- Selling Old Bees
'1 artiey A It man. an Omaha young man,
w ilt aerve ten' days In the city Jail at
Unculn, having been sentenced yester
day for selling old Omaha papers on the
atreeta of Lincoln. The papers were old
eel-Ions and were sold as extras. Alt
man as once before annuel for th
ume offense and told to get out of town
. and stay there. It appears that he ha
I ecu In the habit of taking morning edi
tions of ono of the Omaha papers and
bringing them to Lincoln and selling
them in tho evening as late editions.
Wednesday night lie was complained of
because he whs selling editions of The
Uce marked "i3i, iiwued In the morning,
representing that they were the 7:30
evening edition. In ad.iltlon to this he
waa charged with short' changing people
who wero in a hurry and could not stop
to quarrel with him. Mo disputed this,
but backed down when confronted by
The lice repirwenistlve In Lincoln.. Who
1 ail seen him shun change a man. but
waa compelled to make It right.
Chief Briggs is
Back on the Job
Chief of I'ollce John Urlggs Is on duty
again, according to slayor Thomaa Hoc
tor, lirigga was tired out after Sils cam
pttlgu, but he told the mayor that he
would aasume his police duties at once.
Briggs made a clean campaign." aald
the mayor, "and I believe that his cam
paign methods did much to bring him
the strong support he received in th
SEVERAL HOMES IN DUNDEE
ARE VISITED BY BURGLARS
Th peaceful little village of Dundee
Is having a "crime wave" just now.
Puring the last week, half a' dosen
homes In the village have been entered
by burglars and robbed of Valuables.
The latest home to be robbed la that of
K. B. Thomaa, VA Dodge etreet
Omaha police are hdpLug the Dundee
tdtU-tt to locals Uw burglars, but both
department have thus far failed to pro
duce any results.
CLARKE GETS VERDICT
AGAINST SEED COMPANY
A Verdict for 11.070 23 for th plaintiff
tiss Wen found by a Jury which heard
the case of D. H. Clarke against the Ne
braska Peed company. Clark shipped a
quantity of seed to th Omaha company,
which returned It- t?lark alleged that
some of his seed waa not returned and
brought suit. The cas has been on trial
for a week la Judge Estelle's district
Omahan Cashier of
the Federal Reserve
Bank of Chicago
B. (3. Mrfloiid. former Omaha man, no
residing In Chicago, has been appointed
cashier of the Federal Ileserve bank of
Chicago. He Is a young man fur the
position, being but l years old. He
married Mies Florence Omstcd of Flor-
TURKEYS TOJE EXPENSIVE
Price is Now Way Up at Compared
with a Year Ago.
SUGAR IS MUCH CHEAPER
Batter and Fit, Are I as Arc
Ala Chicken, Hack and tiecae
, Son! hern Vegetables Are
on the Market.
Turkeys" for ThsnksKlving dinners are
going to be high this year, so high that
In all piobablllty the average American
family will be. content to repent on com
mon chicken. Today turkeys nre selling
for no cents a pound. S cents higher than
the price at this time last year. It Is
expected that the price may drop to I
oent by Thanksgiving, hut It certainly
will go no lower.
Ducks and geese are also high. Ducks
are selling at 22 cents and geese 21.
while last year they Bold at 20 and II
rents, resp rtlvily. Chickens are going
up. The prtw Is now '15 cents, and th
commission men are holding for the
higgler prices bound to come for Thanks
giving. 1'ork and beef have started to climb
and will probably continue to do so for
seme time. The Ruffalo. Pittsburgh an I
Chicago stork yards were placed under
quarantine by the government and as a
result the demand on the South Omaha
yards Is very great. The quarantine
will last nine (lays, and even then. If
disease Is discovered. It may be extended.
The longer tho quarantine lusts the
higher prices ar expected to go In
Omaha, according to Al King, manager
of Hayden'a grocery department.
Sugar is coming down. The price Is
now nineteen pounds for a dollar, and
the first of the week. King expects,
twenty for a dollar
Flour la strong and has advanced.
cents, from II. Jtt to $!.. .
Hulter and crkb are strong, nutter Is
now f iling at 33 cents, but rx cents may
be expected the first of tho week. Eggs
have goniT up 2 cents to 26 cents a aon-n.
Southern vegetable are on the market
In ahundanre wax bean at 74 cents,
carrots at i cents, beets at 5 cents,
shalols at three for 10 cents and radishes
at 6 cents a bunch are all plentiful In
California tomatoes are selling at. 74
cents and hot-house cucumbers at 10
Charles Walker is
Buried at Elmwood
Churles Walker, who died Wednesday
at his residence., 1321 South Thirty-first
street, and was burled In the cemetery
st Klmwood, , Neb., was among the
pioneers of the state, having come to
Nebraska in an earlv av ....ti.... tu-
first building In Elmwood. There ha
waa In , tha merchandise business for
years, retiring to come to Omaha. H
nd his wife, who survives him. for aev.
n-al ytara made their home with their
children. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Csrr.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker hwd been mar
rled fifty-one years, and besides his
widow he Is survived by one son and one
daughter, Hlmer Walker of Wyoming
and Mr. Csrr of this city. Deceased
was IB years of age.
Prices Strong on
the Grain Market
With normal receipts the Omaha grain
market was strong, wheat selling at
from II 0 to 11.10. only some 4 rents be
low Chicago. Corn sold at 9 to 70 cents,
the hulk of the receipts being of the new
crop. On the market ther were 87 cars
of whiat. 17 of corn and 17 of oats.
EXCHANGE BUILDING LARGER
Grain Men Decide to Hare More Ex
tensive Structure Than Intended.
TO BE EIGHT STORIES HIGH
Witt Cover Kntlre I.t a Maeteenth
tree aide, with Hssdrrs and
Twenty Feet Harney
Revised plana of th Omaha Grain ex
change building to be erected at Nine
teenth and Harney streets are being
worked out, and it has been decided to
build the structure considerable larger
than was at first proposed. On the Nine
teenth street side the front of the build
ing will be the full length of the lot. 144
feet. In width the building will be 120
feet on Harney. A height of eight stor
ies has been derided upon, with the ex
change room and exchange offices on the
Owing to the near approach of winter
It Is not Mkely that work on the building
lll be commenced until next spring,
though If there should he an open win-
ter. It Is p robs hie that the foundation
will be put In soon.
offers the well dressed man or woman the
Terr latest styles In footwear at prices
that will appeal to all. Toti will actually
save from $1.60 to 2.00 on every pair of
shoes you purchase here. Our shoe for
women and men at
$2.50 and $3.00
Include all the lasts in vogue, the season's
latest in styles, the fawn and gray top,
resting and brocade tops. Anything new
you find here at a saving.
Buy Your Shoes and Sire Money at
E. R. NEEDHAM, Prop.
1512 Douglas St.
In Women's Apparel Saturday
The Springtex fabric
gives a snug-easy,
comfort fit. It's great.
VUts KnliH-t C... Mfaei, fab, S. T.
I i $ H Smith !
If, A Co., I
V j Distributors. I
. I " "3 Crotch I-
A I Union I
I i ii i i sum ii n"'-- "' '"-nasi
It Never Fails
In any man, womsn, child or baby who drinks It each
morning before breakfast. It contain the per, lax
ative, correctly, ults of fruit th natural remedy
lor biliousness, constipation. Indigestion, galittone,
muddy complexion, tkkhradach. piles, ale. It cures
hv makinK pure blood, strong nerve, healthy tlMu.
Batter tba Medicine, PHI sr Mineral Watar
For Stomach, Liver, Bowels, Kidney
til per )ar st your druggist or by mall Iron us.
STEWART rOOO CO, 1st Ssarltr Ma, BHJCAM
1914 Milk Fed Spring Chickens
Pig Pork Roast . . . . . . . .
1914 Fore quarters Spring Lamb,
1914 Hindquarters Spring Lamb,
at ',l 124c
Choice 8ter Pot Roaat IBe, lie
Pig Pork Butts If4e
Choice Veal Roast ....15c, lie
Choice Veal Chops .12 He
Choice Round Steaks ...... 17 He
Choir Mutton Chops IBr., 12Hc
Swift's Premium and Cudahya
' Diamond C Hams .......17c
Sugar Cared Bacon 174e
Small Hams 12 3c
Oysters, per quart 43c
By following- the crowd and buy Ins; your groceries at the Empress Market
you say 2f to f0 on the cost of llvlnv.
IS MS. BBST anAVTOATZS rUOAK, $1.00
made from the flneat selected
wlleat, every sack guaranteed to
make the best brea4 and cakes, per
10 bars Brat 'Bin All, I. C. or, Queen
White soaip too
lbs. beat bulk Laundry Btarcti as
Oolden Hantoa Coffee, per lb. . . SOo
Best Head Rice, per lb 7He
I large cans Tomatoes SSe
1 cans Karly June Peas SSe
Sugar Corn or Kidney Brans, per
Ileet package Creamery Butter, per
Beat Country Butter, per lb. Me, Sue
Bwlft's ITemlum Butterlne, 1-lb. roll
Sweet Cider In tt gallon glass Jugs
Jersey Cranberries, per quart ..THo
We are closing out the last of our
car of extra fancy Yakima Valley
fruit; fancy Jonathans, Roman Beau
ties, Orentngs, Wagner - and Bell
flowers, per box .....SI. 13
large ripe Grape Fruit . .' SSo
2 fancy hothouse Lettuce a
Red River Early Ohio potatoes, per
Iarge fancy Cauliflowers . .lOoTlBo
Fancy Wax or String Beans, lb. 7H
Fancy rtpe Tomatoes, per lb. . .TVo
Fancy Holland Seed Cabbage for
kraut, per lb 1W
FVtncy Qulncea or Sweet Apples, per
THE EMPRESS MARKET
Opp. Wool worth 5c and 10c Store. 113 South 10th St. Tel. D. 2307.
1914 Milk Fed Spring Chlx.
Pig Pork Roast. . . . .
Pig Pork Butts
Choice Steer Pot Roast 18c, 11 He
Young Veal Roast ....15c, He
Young Veal Chops 12 He
Lamb Legs .12c
Mutton Chops 15c, 12 He
Mutton Roast ....7 He
Choice Round Statt 17Hc
. . . 12 3-4c
. . . . . 12 3-4c
Swift's Premium, Cudahy'a Dia
mond C Hams. 174e
Sugar Cured Bacon ......1794c
Small Hams 12 He
From 8 p. m. till 9 p. m,. Lamb
. Chops 5c
From 9 p. m. till 10 p. m., J-lb.
Pall Compound Lard 28c
25 IBS. BEST GRANULATED SUGAR, $1.03.
with i in. Japan Engllah Breakfast or Oun Powder Tea
'12 bars I). C. or Qusen Whit Lawn-
' dry soap j SSo
t R-lb. sack Diamond K beat flour, per
10c pkgs. of Oats .So
rana 6e milk for to
Tall cans Milk ., THo
Itc cans Peas or Baked Beans, per
Sugar Corn, Wax or String Beans or
Tomatoes, par can 7H
Gallon-can Karo Syrup 38o
4 lbs.- fancy dried Peaches SSo
White Clover Honey, pt SBo( qt. 45
Ak-Sar-Ben Coffee, pr lb 97o
Calumet Baking Powder, pr can SOo
t lb, fancy Butterln
Maaon Jars of Olires, stuffed or
plain f SSo
10c pkgs. Com Flakes A
Toung American Cheese, per lb. 18
soo cans of Ptneappl or Cherries 1
PUR I ICt MARIfPT 1610 Harnoy St
ssss-siip.a. a phon Douglas 2739
A Rralae or Cat
Is rendered antiseptic by Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve, a sure rtmedy for sores,
bruises, piles, ecsrma. 25e. All drug.
BERT DAVIS SUDDENLY '
. DIES OF HEART FAILURE
Bert Davis, aged it, years, living at 910
Pouth Seventeenth street, and for a num
ber of year employed In th order de..
pertinent of th Crane company. Tenth
and Harney streets, d
heart failure while at work in th base
ment or th concern. Deceased Is a
brother-in-law of Detective John Dunn
and had been suffe.-tng from a heart af
fection for a number of vaara. ir. i.
survived by his wife. The body was
isaen in cnarge ny Ctoroner Crosby.
BAR ASSOCIATION PRESENTS
BOUQUET-TO JUDGE FOSTER
Polio Judg Charles B. Foster was
presented with a boautlful bouquet of
American Beauty roae from th Douglas
County Bar Association. Accompanying
th flowers was as) appropriate message
if A SBT OF X
ff Aluniinun Btcnsils
II With Every 1
( I Quick Meal Range)
, I old Thl Week Only
Sv. 1518 Harney
GENUINE I W)m
Kt TksM Karly BrsiaehtaJ C'eagaa.
They hang on all winter If not checked,
and pave th way for serious throat and
lur.g disease. Get a bottle of Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound, and tak It
freely. Slops coughs and col J, heals
raw. Inflamed throat, loosens tbs phlagm
and is mildly laaaUve. Charles T. Miller,
Id. Enquirer, Cajweltoo, Ind.. had
Lronchlal trouble, got very hoarse,
toughed eoitatantly from a tickling
thront. II used only Foley' Honey and
Tor Compound. Wa en V rely relieved.
Wants others tu know of Foley's Honey
and Tar. All deWs every nor. Adver-tiseniect.
Th Food Drink for all Age
Rid tt-Ck, malted grain, is powder form.
For infaounvaltda aa (rowing children.
Invigorate nunsuig mo ther su aged.
More btaltaful than tee or cot,
ake ae edtrtt Ash Ur K0KLiCKS
PETOS AMD TOMjCT (G
. .AT REDUCED PRICES v
Our stock, by accurate estlmat
factursr or Importer that's why o
S Cakci SATURDAY for 19c
e, now comprises 126,000 artlcle-negrly all bouoht direct from tha manu-
ur siooan -tou save Tima and M-ny by Trading at Our Storea," Is ab.
too Bells Pin Tar and Hooy..20e I Taf 1 1 PT sf f t sT" C
AT LOWEST PRICES
Good Bulb .
liloves . 89
Me t SI .
Il v a y
i K.I w y j .
ladles In this department.
tOo Bromo Beltser 39
BOo Caldwell's Byrup of Prpatn..3e
He Castorla, genuln , ,ao
BOo Canthrox .' ....
IBe Carter's Liver Pills ia
11.09 Danderln . .SSe
(o Denver Mud .so
11.00 Qreen Mountain Renovator .DOe
11.00 Hayes Hair Health see
IBo Hill's Casoara Qulnln. . . . .14
11.00 Horllck's Malted Mllk....e
tS.TS Horllck's Malted Mllk...3.1S
SOo Kondon's Catarrh Jelly so
10c Lee's Rhubarb Laxative.'. . ,4
BOo Llsterln (j '.....
BOo LaoU Red Kidney pill
BOo Lavorl ......'... ..84
IBe Mentholatum 14C
15c Nature's Remedy , , ...4
BOo Pap' Diapepaln te
11.00 Plaroe's Oolden
BOo Sloan's Liniment .
11.00 'Sal Hepatic ...
$1.00 Scott's Emulsion
IBe Cutloura Boap ire
B0c Carmen Powder- ........
16c 4?U White Rose Boap ..la
IBe Woodbury's Facial Soap.... 14
Be Hydros Peroxide Cream ....14
BOc Malvlna Cream 2e
11.60 Oriental Cream. Oouraud's . Se
IBo Packer' Tar Boap Hi
BOo Pebecco Tooth Paste 80
l&c Massatta Talcum is
2 Be Mennen's Talcum, 4 klnda..lSe
JAP ROSE SOAP
PALM OLIVE SOAP
Prophylactic Tooth Brush- 4) A
ea, SBc quality, all atyles I Mg
handles and texture, for. . ww
SHERRIAPJ &' McCOPyJIJEIL DRUG CO.
Cor. 18th & De. Cor. 16th & Hirney..- Cor. 24th ft FtrMm. 207-9 16th St-Loytl Hotel
We place on sole Sat inlay hundrrds of Women's New
Fall and Winter Anpmel at renmrkaMo earing to you.
It will pny you to walk one block, north of the high rent
X all,,r-t T the difference in coM.
400 VORiEfrS SILK DRESSES
WORTH BP TO S1I.00
We place on sale Saturday 400 beautiful, new
dresses, in finest mescalines, poplins, crepe de chines J
etc. All made in the seasons prettiest stylen
barques, pleated tonics, etc. All leading
colors; all 'Hie. In three big - lots
80.08. S7.08 "d
Oi,i;o .SC7 i
Trimmed Hal:, Worth $2.50 to $4.50
Pretty trimmed velvet hta. In all the newest
styles and shapes A wonderful value. Sat.
urday, while they last, each, at
$2.00 PRETTY HEW WAISTS
Painty lingerie, crepe, sateen, Roman stripe
'M trie, mniij-nvp new sijicb 10 aeicii..i
J0 from, go at each I
New Long t'oats and , College
Coeta; a wonderful selection, in
ail the latest styles, go Saturday
In three blii loti
VALUES UP TO $25.00
neavtitiful tailored suits, in
the seasons newest fabrics
VALUES TO $6.60
5 0 0 Skirts,
three big lots.
v. r- cs a. p i sx o
W 4 Ve W V
ly mussed, all
lead is s shadsi
Tallies up to
S5.98, aU lead
In col- JJ AO
Vaiu to M;
7 SI. 48
THE HOUELTY GOiVIPAHV
214-16 KORTH 16th STREET
Bee Headers are too Intelligent to Overlook the Opportuni
ties m the 4 want Ad'! Columns. They're Worth Reading.
Says: "It's fun
ny, but all the
boys at the head
of our class wear
that -- ve dressy and
never show wear give
the boy a certain confi
dence and leave bis
mind free from worry.
The little fellows are
will outwear two pairs of J
coys ordinary .shoes and
they look neat and dressy
as long as the boy wears
Boys'. 1 to S ft. .'.'.$2.50
Little Gents', 9 to' 134
at ;. .,.,,......$2.25
I buy tho -same quality of ma
terial, the best, for use In my eat
ing places as I use in my home.
No matter what you pay elsewhere
you are not getting better, and
seldom as gootl food as you will
The Pure Food Sign,
liaaement City 'Matt feank Bldg
Or Boston Luuchesv, i '
. 310 Month Ifltb Sb
' ' ' ilOO imorlaa St. : .
1408 Faraam, St.
Most Deoole arfi hnnpst nnH wrmlrl
a. --"-' mam r irwutu I
hasten to return any found article if
ii i i . .
mey Knew wnere to rind the owner.
The first place they think of is the
l-osc ana round column, and if
vou have failed to announce your
loss there, you have little chance
of ever recovering your loss.
When you lose anything telephone at
once to Tyler WOO and thus get quick
rrpAoa yfr 1000
, THE OMAHA BEE
&,rj,y4j, jrw, u MWAia-
ajsjpr aa. w-. J I K- :
laaJil'',. ' ',y 17
Views of Omaha"
Tha moat comnlct book
let of It kind ever publish
ed, beautiful blrd's-ey
iew or si-eater umaiia
Fin for mailing.
at The Bee Office
World's Greatest Contralto
Reserved Seat 50c, 75c, $1.00.
General Admission Balcony BOo
Sale now on at. the Auditorium.
Races e Aviation
Sunday, November 8
Itaees Start at 8 P. M.
Take Car at Hth and Farnam.
Flight at S and 5 I. M.
Adults, 50t Children, 25
,!' "m i.fi -ilJ
Tomarut All A - .....
. ' - . , - . . Biui, A UUTS.,
Bat. BTA LlilO, CHABIB3 MXUlEal
aaa scsoolat. play.r ia
Vrlos 83o and SOo.
nvt Wk, "Stop ThUr.
To-nlo-ht. arttlBM. m.. n. ...
ttM WOODWilD STOOX OOaCPAHr
srssBts th. Oomady
25 ANY SEAT 25t
Wk ... -SMAi)Wf. rfOirxa.
BRAHDEIS today IS
Prlc : 'Gallery, 10c; Bat &caU. 16-5o-75
10.00 A. M.
:90 P. M.
Bnaotaol IS Bl.
10 A. at -J i30 P. IC, Sic; Tonlrat. S3.3&-6oa
iwclal Kats to Caildrea Set, 10 A. M.
Fou Days BsriBBlaa Sua. lCai, Wot. 8
HA1 WA1UI it LUCV UALV
'OMa.ya " ruaf CISTSV
' Otrfi LOJJi ally amsuis-aso.
; ,-Cyy BTagi, la-a3-M.76o
LAST TIMES TODAY -ill!
Taad.Tlil' Oratet Sstortaaaac,
BEN WELCH ft!f New Show ESS..
XJLSZXB SIHB 1CAT. Will DATS.
Tumor. Wk. Jua Hums Mam) BaJ Inqiwra,
Turpin's Dancing Academy 28th and Famsm Sis
New class (or beginners next Uonday and Thursday, I p. ni. Advanced class
Tuesoays. p. m L'p-to-dat dances svr standardised and easy In rarn
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