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THE BEE: OMAJIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2. 1914.
JUsentish for the FeitWe Board Are
Bemonable in Price.
BIRDS LESS THAN LAST TEAR
barker Wot 1H, Willi Te-w
taklf mm Frails Arm Pw"
Grapefruit In Glasses
fcalted Pecan Nuts OIUm Celery
gw)t Pickled rreehea
Scalloped Ortr In Ramekins
Roast Turkey, Chestnut Stuffing
Sweet Potatoes and MarshmaJlows
Celery and Pineapple HMitd
Pumpkin P1 with Whipped Cream
Nuts Raisins lJaJf Cupa of Coffee
The ThankaglvtnB dinner, that toplo
which la bow uppermost In the house
wife's mind, win not ba auch a task thla
year as In previous year. Tractlrallr
very essential of Thanksgiving spread
la on tha market In Omaha," says At
Kin of Hayden' a, "and while prices are
pretty high on aome commodities, aa a
whole, tha average of coat la reasonable."
, Turkey of tha first irrade are selling
t S rente a pound. Thla la a little less
than last year, aa the acaJe then ranged
from 25 to T7 centa, and tha latter was
generally the price asked.
Frosen turkef are cheap. There la a
lance atock of froaen turkeys on the
market, selling at 18 cents.
Gecae and ducks are very scarce. The
price of (rewMi has taken a t-cent Jump
and Is new renU. pucka are selling
at the same price. This Is about the
same aa laat year. Both geese and ducks
are very scarce.
Chickens are up. Realising that many
persons will select chicken for the dinner
fn preference to the mora expensive
turkey, tha progressive commiaalon men
have boosted the price, so that the re
tailers are forced to do likewise. The
price today la H cents, while last week
chickens were selling at 1314 centa.
Pwaapkla, Are Scarp.
For the person wo loves pumpkin pie
comes the Information that no pumpkins
are to be had. A few were on the market
about Hallowe'en, but 'they 'have dlsap
pnardnd stnoa then. Canned pumpkin . Is
all that can be procured and, white some
prefer It many dyed-ln-the-wool pumpkin
pie eaters will be disappointed.
Cranberries are cheap, selling at TVi
,. cents a pound.
Nuts are also cheap, mixed nuts bring'
Ing U cents.
Eggs and butter are high. Fresh eggs
'are at tt cents and storage eggs at M
cents. Butter la M cents.
Vegetables are plentiful and -reasonable.
Ail kinds are on the market so that the
Thanksgiving dinner need not go beg
Sing along that line.
Figs, dates, grapefruit and such little
Incidentals are all to be had at reason
Rweet potatoes are on the market and
selling at the low figure of three pounds
for 10 cents.
Cheese Is reasonable considering the
conomlo conditions now xlstant which
will shoot up the prices. Imported Swiss
cheese Is 40 cents and domestlo II cants.
French roquefort Is 45 cents and New
Tork white and colored SO centa.
Apples are ' plentiful and cheap. Jon
athans sUlt sell at I1.8S a box; Oranges
are alto on the market at reasonable
Apple eider is to be had at K cents a
Everything for Your Thanksgiving Dinner
I Thanksgiving I
MMMM 1 (1 S
LOWER, EXPENSE HIGHER
The Burlington's fiscal report for the
year ending June 90, has Just been given
to the public. It shows operating revenue
of 2,7bO,34, aa compared with tM.J74,s4
during the previous year. During the last
year the operating expenses were t2,ltf,
2X9, as compared with P2,M2,K1 for tha
year ending June 30, 1911
The system's total net income during
the year ending June to, 114. was V
4tt.SK, as sgalnst 27,Mn.&4S during the
12 O'clock, Noon
6 O'clock Evening
TABUS MAT II Ullins
m imm ooTTamrxx, bistbrb
Xa Ipeoial Ooaeerte
At IBiBO to 8)30 p, sa. te p. as.
Tho Salo That Stirred The Town
Empress Garden Bankrupt Sale!
Theasaads of eager shoppers responded to our sale Saturday. And
weU they, should, for never before have each bargains been offered la
Read These Prices:
A-l Sauce, bottle
Lea Perrln's Worcestershire
Sauce for B3o
Iurkee'a 8ala4 Dressing BJo
Pride of England Worcester
shire sauce for ..lie
K. McElhenny'a Tobaaco Sauce 8o
Kamo Chill Hauce lo
Imported Chutney Bauce too
Major Urer'a Imported Chutney
Hauce for BOo
Old Monks' Olives, quart 430
Hmall bottle So
Pipe Olives, large atse 43o
Kamo Queen Olives 10o
(Jneen and Stuffed Olives
at Bo, 10O, I5o, 300, 8 So
Chill Con Caroe -Bo
Tuna Fish 1
Full line of Campbell's Houpa ..So
liurnham's Clam Chowder Bo
Burnham's Clam Broth, large
Burnham's Clam Broth, small
Rex Potted Meats Bo, So
Ileint Apple Butter BOo
plum. Raspberry, Strawberry,
Blackberry and Quince Pre-
Jumbo Raopberry, Strawberry,
and Blackberry Preserves ...Boo
Small else ..So
Large sis BOo
ran wnrrs abd bkaxoixs
.lnnessey A Co. Three Star
. Brandy B8e
Fine Cognac Brandy Ste
Vlrgenette Sweet Wine 40
White Tokay 3So
Hunklat Port Wine, full quart ...BOo
Port Wine 8Bo
Apricot and Banana Cordial ...4e
Grape Juice, quart I0o
Home made Wine, gallon ....81.00
mi XZILOW OZ.D WHISKIES
Old Taylor, H yeara old, regu
lar tl 2s. full quart BSo
Old Crow. 8 reara obi. regu
lar $1.25. full quart B8o
Ponv Creek. yeara old. full
Imperial Special Whiskey, full
Private Stock, fine old whiskey.
full quart BSo
13.60 quality, gallon S3
rura oi.d kkbttuokt
H quality, gallon BS.50
13 quality, gallon 88.50
$2.60 quality, gallon 88.00
Michigan Apple Cider, gallon ..30o
Satisfaotloa Onaranteed or
' Money Befunded.
TXa QVAMTT lOVtl,
ISTm ABTD CARTOXi AYIKTJE.
Turkeys, Turkeys, 1 60
We are leaders in Poultry.
guarantee everything bought here.
10,000 lbs. Thanksgiving Geese
at market price.
6,000 lbs. Thanksgiving Ducks,
at market price.
1814 Milk Fed 8pring Chlx ISHc
Choice Steer Pot Rosst,
at . ...15c, lU4c
Thanksgiving Pig Pork Loins
Young Veal Roast. .... 15c, lie
We dress all poultry ourselves and
A carload fresh from the country.
Lamb Legs I He
Swift's Premium and Cudahy's
Diamond C ham 17fc
Lean Breakfast Bacon ....82 He
Sugar cured bacon lTo
Sugar cured hams '. .12Hc
Thanksgiving Oysters, 'Quart 40c
We will keep open Wednesday
evening until 8:30 P. M.
28 Pounds Best
SUGAR for . . .
With one lb. Tea or Cocoa ...
4$-lb. Diamond "E" Flour....
1 pkgs. Seedless Raisins
Orange or Lemon Peels, per lb.
8 J-lb. cans of Pumpkin
I Be cans Milk'....
i cans Carnation or Pet Milk..
Queen Olives, qt Jars .,
Toung Am. Cheese, per lb
10c pkg. Rolled Oats
. . .690
2-Lb. Can Pitted fltfjU
Cherries, in Syrrp
30c Sliced Pineapple, per can ..19i
Imported Swiss Cheese, per lb....40o
Country Roll Butter, per lb 98c
Roquefort Cheese, per lb ..BOo
Krlspy Oyster Crackers, per lb.. .TVsO
Golden Santos Coffee, per lb BOo
Plum Pudding, per can, lOo and BBo
Pure Strained HoYiey, pt. Jar BOo
Large Prunes, per lb l&He
Home Made Mince Meat, per quart 890
LPIIRI If MADFfPT 1610 Harney St
"""' w Phon DOUKBBI7392
OH 19:90 TO B.OO T. at.
$1.00 PER PLATE
' Fruit Cocktail
Creamed Oyster Soup
Green Olives Radishes
Sirloin of L'eef. grilled Bweet Potatoes
Roast Toung Turkey, Oyster Dressing
Roast Duck, Demi Olace.
French String Beans
Stewed Corn June Peas
Strawberry Beets, buttered
Head Lettuce Halnd,
Cheese Halls, French Dressing
I'in Money Rolls
Home Maiie Mince Pie or
Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie
Cherry Apple Pie Cheese
English Plum Pudding
Frosen Eggnos- or Vanilla Ice Cream
Angel Food Cake
Tea Coffee Milk Cocoa
MRS. RILEY SECURES
POSSESSION OF HER SON
Mrs, Minnie Han Riley of Concordia.
Kan., was successful In her attempt to
secure possession . of her s-year-old son,
Sherman Hall, by a habeas corpus suit
In Jildge Leslie's district eourt. The St
'James Orphanage of Benson, where he
has been since June, ISIS, made no re.
siatance and hla father, Louis Hall, did
not appear, his whereabouts being un-
The) best In Omaha for tho
12 Noou to 9 Evening.
8 Act Cabaret 5
Remember oar 91 Table Hote
dinner every Sunday.
Turkeys, Turkeys, 1 60
Coma and visit our new Kmpress Sanitary Market. We are lead
ers In Poultry. We drees all poultry to your order, and guarantee
everything bought from us xresn rrom tne country
' 4 carload Thanksgiving Geese,
at market price.
4,000 Thanksgiving Ducks at
wholesale price . . .
1914 Milk Fed Spring Chlx 18 Ho
1914 Forequarters Lamb ..10H
1914 Hindquarters Lamb 13f4
Thanksgiving Pork Loins ..134e
Toung Veal Roast ...,15c, 11c
Choice Steer Pot Roast
at 4Hc, 11c
Swift's Premium and Armour's
Star Hams 174c
No. 1 Lean Dacon 23 He
Sugar Cured Bacon ,... 17 94c
Sugar Cured Hams 12 He
Thanksgiving Oysters, Quart 40c
We will be open Wednesday
evening till 8:30 P. M.
Specials for Your Thanksgiv
6o Llbby's Asparagus Tips, can, 850
Horns Made Mince Meat, per lb. HHo
4-lb. sack Empress Pride Flour B1.4Q
16-os. pkg. Seedless Raisins. .. .1H
16o Stuffed Olives .....THO
15a bottle White Horse Catsup... lTo
Dundee Marmalade, per Jar B8e
Ho grade choice Mushrooms, can sso
lOo cans f Blpe Olives ......... o
too trade f Emprsss Coffee, lb., 83e
ranoy Cranberries, per at. Be
Bellevue Celery, per bunch BSo
Best Mixed Nuts, per lb ITHo
Large Red Jonathan Apples, pk. 4O0
Sweet Navel Oranges, doz., Boo, SBe
Caaaba Melons, each BSo
Irfirge Orape Fruit, each .........Bo
Catawba Grapes, per baeket BOo
Large Cauliflower, each lOo, ISO
Large Had Lettuce, each ........ 10e
Fancy Green Beans, per lb.. ., .. . .100
THE EMPRESS MARKET
Opp. Woolworth 5c and 10c Store, H3 South 18th St. Tel. D. 2807.
Tho Proof of tho Pudding S
Is in tho Eating
We don't usually brag as much aa we might about our quality.) IWe
believe in giving you a little better than you might expect. Our guarantee
of satisfaction or money back on return of goods protects each purchase
you make of us. ,
300 Items tower Than Any Omaha Orooer at JTo. 81, 816 K. lth; Ho.
88, , I40B T .84th Mo. 83, 1B07 Tlntoai Ho. 84, 8187 Tamam, or at Ho. 85,
Jonathan Apples, box 91.14
Hubbard squash, per lb le
R. R. Potatoea, 1 bu , 60 lbs... BSo
In 6 bu. lota, 64c; peck, IS lbs. 17o
Iowa Rurals, peck, 16 lbsi 14o
1 bu., 60 lbs. 64o 6 bu. lots, . .6Bo
Cube or Powdered Sugar, lb. 9c, -
S for 8 So
New Orange or Lemon Peel, lb. 170
New Citron, lb B3o
Raisins, bulk, seedless, lb lOo
3 lbs. for 8SO
Raisins, 16 os. pkg., seedless,
16 os. pkg. seeded ISO
Mince Meat, pkg., Re; 2 for . ...87o
Cider Vinegar, gallon .....ISO
10c bottle Bo
Pkg. Figs, 8o; 3 for 89o
Peanut Butter, lb Ho
Piimnliln. 1 Aa fan. ltr X for . . . . &2C
Sxperlenoe the money-eavlag powsr of oar thousands of patrons oo
The BASKET STORES
OMASA, UXOOU, VHTTHKBrTT rUCI AHS KATZX.OCK.
1 Ws Close 11149 A. K. XhanssgirUig Bay.
Coooanut, bulk, lb ISo
10c pkgs., 8c; 3 for 88o
Chocolate, H-lb. cake, our No. 1
Chocolate, W. H'. Baker, H-lb.
Macaroni or spaghetti,- 10c pkg.
7c; 3 for 19c, and 8c, 3 for ,.88o
Flour You probably never used a
better flour than our Tip. Use one
half of It, if not perfectly satisfied,
return the other half and get your
money back Is the way we guaran
tee all our flour. .
8-lb. Ak-Sar-Ben 81.38
Bamember first prise cakes at
113 and 1814 state fairs were
baked with oar Tip brand Bak
ing; Powder, 1-lb. 8So oaa....to
Make Your. Thanksgiving
Dinner most complete by
completing it with Palat
able, Delicious and Whole
some . .
Is What Your
Guests Will Say
When youserve them
with a bottle of
"THE OLD RELIABLE"
ON THANKSGIVING DAY
No Thanksgiving Dinner will be complete without that delicitus brew
Omaha's Favorite Bottle
WM. J. SWOBODA, Retail Dealer
PHONE DOUGLAS 222
MKTZ lUtOS. nnElXO CXJMPANY.
Drawn For The Dee
Tub beat aswspapar artists of Us
osmatry oontrtbata their, beat
work tor Bes readers.
For Your Thanksgiving
WINES and LIQUORS
of the better sort, see your old friend
PETE LOCH, 313 so. nth st
v ' The-Home of That Great Noonday Lunch for
. . Little Money.
The part of the meal that
the Kiddies all wait long
ingly for. ' Order early
from your druggist or
confectioner. ; ;
On canned s;nods In dozen lots. Ask
for our rrlce list.
10a cans Corn. t O p
pel ul.cii IWU
Sweet Crinkled Peas, ' 01 QC
per dosen : I sOO
Better Crfoeerles for less Money
BOS TK. 16th . AU Phones Doe. 0883
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IT IS HEREBY PROCLAIMED:
THAT YOUR THANKSGIVING DINNER
WILL NOT BE COMPLETE WITHOUT A FEW
BOTTLES OF PURE, HEALTHFUL AND DELICIOUS
THE BEER YOU LIKE
PROCLAIMED THE HEIGHT OF BEER PERFECTION
BREWED AND BOTTLED BY FRED. ICRUG BREWING CO.
CONSUMERS DISTRIBUTERS LUXUS MERCANTILE CO
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