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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 8, 1915)
THE r.EK: OMAHA, SATURDAY, MAY 8. 1015.
WINTER WHEAT AREA LARGE
tons, or 128 per cent on May 1 laat year,
and 7.W9.0H0 -tons, or lit per cert, ths
fl-e-yar average on May L
Pasturea Condition. ST 2 per cent of a
normaJ. aaalnxt S8.S on Maj- 1 last year
and M.4. the ten-year May 1 averaKB.
flprlror plowlna was 7S.S pec cent com
pleted up to May 1, compare! with 70S
on May 1 !"t year and , the ten-year
Mar 1 average.
Spring planting was 65. 1 per cent oorm.
pleted up to May 1. compared with "M
on May 1 laat year and M S, the nlns-ysar
May 1 avras.
AUTO TRIES TO BREAK INTO BANK Machine driven by M. 0. Headley jumps
over curb and into Seventeenth street basement entrance of the Peters Trust company in
Omaha National bank building. - .
Area Harvested This Year Will Ex
ceed Last Tear Over Four Mil
Cor. 14th and Douglas Su.
SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR
PRICES GREATLY RE.
DUCED FOR TOMOR
NOTE THESE BIG
Corn lo our
and bur one
ot tbese suits
and rave $5.
They were ac
tually made to
sell at $lb;
every ult Is
a lis o 1 u t e I y
correctly . de
get a perfect
fit and choice
of a big se
lection of ma
All-Wool Berres sad Worsteds. Css-
etneres and ratter Chariots. Urea-
hart riaids sad Clufc Cheeks, Orar.
plaids and Taney Mixtures.
They're exact copies of the flneat
ruatoni-tailored patterns; conserva
tive styles, as well as livelier pat
terns for the men who want a touch
of snap and Kayety to their attlro.
Costs with medium and lop roll
lapels 2 and S-buttori models; plain
or patch pockets; all slsea to fit all
cnen regulars, stouts and all ma.
TKZSX 15 UIT SATVKSAT AT
For Hen & Young Llea
HEHE'8 Just what you want
and a bargain worth talking
about three-piece aulta of fine
sii.wnnl biu serre fast color
and thoroughly shrunk aeams
silk sewed all regular, stout and
slim sizes for men up to 4 5 ana
young men ages "
15 to JO See VQBOi3
to K -.
Dosen Hlne Chambray Work
Mtirta Collars attached. These
are fine quality shirts
and best values ever
Made to Rle lasting
service. 25c values
ISO dosen pairs of men's black.
Ian and yray sox. 15c values
OM.Y fc rr.it i-aih
10c quality I'lgKest
bargain ever of
Compare With Regular fl.OO
i 1 I ' i ; 4 ' t f '
I AVERAGE CONDITION IS 82.9
q ... 1
I WASHIXOIOX, May 7,-lntereat In the
I May srnln report of the Department o
Agriculture, Haued toilay, centered In the I
winter wheat crop, which waa plunted
lat fall on the moat extenalve area ever j
aoeded with that cereal, but which.
; Blood Risings Begin
A Mere Speck
I owlns; to unfavorahla condition, e honed
PORK TAKES. WELCOME DROP
That Is, to the Consumers Chick
ens and Hens Are Still High
VEGETABLES QEOW CHE APES
proprlatlon of S30.00O for the support of
Jewish, hoapltals and orphan aaylums.
The recornmendatlon of Orand Prcatdent
Kraus that an emergency relief fund
be created was adopted by the Imposition
of an annual tax ot 50 cenU pep capita
upon the 40,000 members of the ' B'NaJ
Pork took a drop, welcome enough to
the consumers. If not to the producers.
In general all lines of pork except,, of
course, the ainoked products, took a drop
of S per .100 on the wholesale market.
This was reflected In the retail market
so that -chops that' coat 1H cents last
weeJc come at 11 now, and perk steak
that coat 1H cents last week comes at 12Vs
cents now. ' Little change has appeared
In spererlhs and neck bones, as theae
uaually sell at a very low figure anyway.
Practically no change appears 'In the
beef market. Heavy beef, that Is, cprpfed.
beef. Is plentiful now, aa.lt la oemlng In
nicely. At the same time Its abundance
makes It sell about St per hundred cheaper
than ths lighter beef. Light been In thla
sense means teeves weighing. CO or ET8
pounds. . '
There If no change In the price ot
lambs and they are still high. .
In the line, of' smoked meats, hams are
about. J cents a hundred off, but this
has hardly had time to reflect lUelf In
the retail market , Bacon Is about steady, '
Cklekena Still HUB).
.Chickens are stilt high. Hons are at a
premium this-time of the- year. This Is
the time they should either be setting
or mothering their, chicks, snd the j
chicken breeder who, has wintered Ms .
hens on 70-ornt corn does not -care to
dlapose of them now when they could be !
ef some use to him. Dressed hens are ,
bringing tlYi' cents and dresaed tooatera i
14 rents. Pprlng chickens are ' scarce,
and are selling at 46 cents. I
New potatoes are bending for the first '
IttHvt'stnce they appeared' on' the market
some months sgo. They may he had at
a nickel a pound now.' white for aom
time before this they have maintained a !
haughty attitude at -7H. cent. New peas
are still very scarce and. high, so that
the devotee of June peas and new potatoes ,
as a Sunday dinner is not roiling in con
tentment as yet.
Old potatoes are 70 cents a bushel.
' Ithakarb Cheaper.
Four bunches of fine . rhubarb can be
had for a nl'-keU ttpinteh Is IS cents a
peck. Asparagus Is three bunches for a 1
dime. Ripe tomatoes are 12H cents a :
pound. Home-grown radishes are still a
minus. quantity. and the unknown. bug la
still blamed for this., "Some gardeners
are looking for the cold rain to put an
end to theae burs," says Al. King, man
ager of Ifayden's . grocery departmeat,
"but we cannot tell as yet how much
effect It ' will ' have. ' The bug seema to
have mixsled experts, and 'the gardeners
and exiwrts alike feel that the only hope
Is that a rotd rainy spell may put an
end to them." .' - - - .
Oaloaui Bis for a. Nickel.
Radishes from the south. are on ths
market, however,-at -throe bunches for a
dime Onions are .six .bunches, for a
Strawberries are coming off their high
hone, and may now be had at a Clme a
pint box, with -the poealMUty. that they
may come down to "Ho cents within a
Kkks are till St cents a dosen. Butter
Is X cents for the best oreamery. Sugar
and flour are steady at their high mark.
Alll cheese la up a cent a pound. , 1
Cocoa la up a nickel a pound. This Is
attributed to the war 'as are avhundred
other aivan'es 'that have'occurred In'the
laat hilt doxen months. , ,
LONDON, May 7.-- -1--
man aubmsrtnes around the
coast today comprises one schooner, two
trawlers and a steamer. Uoyda report
definitely states that It waa a submarine
which sunk the Danish steamer Cathay,
although earlier accounts Indicated that
It might have been a mine. All aboard
Lois Campbell Wins 8
Millions by Verdict
BT. LOUIS, May 7. A unanimous ver
dict In favor of the defendants In tho
Campbell. will .case was returned by the
Jury here tonight. The verdict declares
Lola Campbell, now Mrs; Elsey Burkham,
to be the daughter of James Campbell
and therefore entitled to half of his
S1S.000.000 estate, willed her by Campbell.
On application ot attorneys for the de
fense Circuit Judge Klnaey Immediately
British -'itor the verdict -waa returned dlamlssed
the entire oaae, thereby denying the con
testants the right to trial on their allega
tions that Campbell waa of unsound mind
and that he was unduly Influenced by
members of the church to which his for
tune eventually would go after the death
of his wife and daughter.
, on December 1 a condition below the ten-
! yenr overage. The crop came throutrh
j the winter fairly weH, but the Hearten
fly waa reported In several sections, giv
ing some apprehension.
The winter wheat area sown was 41,
K3.nn0 acrea. an Increase of 4,1.Y,,0P0 acres
over that harvested in 1914. Estimating
on the April 1 condition, the crop report
ing board last month calculated In Its
first report of production prospects that
the crop would be 619,000,000 bushels, or
fifteen bushels sn acre.
Detalle of the report, showing condi
tions as of May 1, follow:
Winter Wheat Area to be harveeted,
40,189,000 acres, compared with 41,263,000
acres sown last fall and 96,006.000 acres
harvested last year.
Average condition, 92.2 per cent of a
normal, compared with 88.8 on April 1.
last; 95.9 on May 1, last year, and 87.4,
the ten-year May 1 average.
The condition la indicative of a yield
per acre of approximately 17.8 bushels,
assuming average Variations to prevail
to harvest time. On tne estimated area
to be harvested this would produce 6M.
0rM)0 bushels. The out-turn of the crop
will probably be above or below the
figures given, according as the change
In condltlona from May 1 to harvest la
above or below the average change.
Rye Condition, 89.8 per cent of a nor
mal, compared with 89.5 on April 1 last,
93.4 on May 1 laat year and 90.6, the ten
year May 1 average.
Meadow (Hay) Lands Condition, 89.8
per cent of a normal, compared wttb 90.9
on May 1 last year and 88.6, the ten-year
May 1 average.
Hay Stocks of hay on farms May 1 are
estimated at 8,468,000 tons, or 12.1 per
cent of laat year's crop, against 7,832,000
Stop Them From Grow
ing Iarge and
Today the Central Furniture Store
Will. Put on
Thrco Carloads of
COilUEfilEIlT KiTGUEU CADK1ETS
A big special purchase" of modern and thoroughly convenient
high grade kitchen cabinets, bought by us direct from on of the larg
est and leading makers of this household necessity at a heavy dis
count on account of tho large number ot cablneta Involved In this big
purchase, enables us to put tho entire shipment on SPECIAL SALE
for thla ONB DAT at a price which wfll mean a saving to yon ot at
least, one-half. Come to thla big Bale Tomorrow. expecting some very
extraordinary kitchen cabinet values and you, will not be disappointed.
As usual you make your own terma.
The Palace has always beeti Ohia-
ha's leading pants store. We arc
of f ring all eUcs and pat QO
terns. S1.SO values .... JOC
TlwuaMta of 1 al re to rhoo.to
from. :!.ftO values, g J
Free Kouvenir Clothes Itmah to
in this big
o o n v enience
known to the
Head Che) Uteat stews about real
estate on the beat to tbe Last
page. Bo informed 4nveU
gats and yarn still few abl to
Lav net your moatey anorw Intelli
gently m4 aaorw profitably.
Adolph Kraus Once
Moro Is Elected
B'Nai B'Rith Head
BAN FfcANClSCO.' Msy 7. Adolph, ;
Kratia ot Chicago was unanimously
elected- to - euceed -himself grand preai- .
dent of constitution of? the grand, lodge,
Independent Order of 11' Net B'Rith. at the
closing session of the convention here
today. Lucius) C. Solomon of. Kaa Fran- ,
Cisco was' elected grand first vice presi
dent. Other officers elected were: j
Archibald I. Marks.of New Orleans,'
grand second vice .president: Charles
Hartman of New York, Jacob Furth of
at. Louis. Mo., Jacob finger of Philadel
phia. Dr. C." L. Callach of Richmond. Vs..
and Philip Stein' of 'Chicago,' executive
committee; Victor Abraham of Clncia- j
natt O., cfclef justice of the lodge's court ;
of appeals; A. B. &Msleaf relnd ' of Chi
cago and Jacob Furth of Bt. Louis remsir.
respectively, grand secretary and graad
The grand lodge voted aa annual ap- .
JA mm hi f- ii i mi swiii i mimfrf
! J L '' Ax
; . rx-Jl -ll
in this big
we can abso
tee to give ex.
A substantial and very convenient modern kitchen cabinet con
structed throughout ot thoroughly seasoned hard wood, haa a large
flonr bin. angar bin,' moulding board, cutlery drawer, plenty of room
for kitchen utensils and a large cupooara top oum tor
convenience and bard, service. Our prlco for thla
A FEW SAMPLE PRICES FOR THIS SALE
I1B.09 Kitchen Cablneta
for S 8.50
fit. 10 Kitchen Cabinets
lit. (0 Kitchen Cabinets
tti.Se Kitchen Cablneta
t8.00 Kitchen CaMnets
for . ,
ttl.60 Kitchen Cablneta
for . .
IS7.60 Kitchen Cabinets
for . ,
t3.60 Kitchen Cabinets
for . .
OUT OF THE HIGH-RENT DISTRICT
Nearly everyone who usee S. S. S. for
the blood recalls a friend who went
through untold suffering aa the result
of a mere pimple or smsll blood rising.
A host of people did not realise, until
too late, what may reault from a alight
But they recovered ir
skin abrasion. But they recovered
they used 8. S. 8., and In almost every
village and hamlet, every crossroad and
away back off the road Is aomeone who
how 8. 8. 8. the famous
rlfler, restored hia health.
li la a moat interesting iaci inai xnis
remarkable vegetable medicine over
hauls the blood in a manner that ex
cltea curloua minds.
But it acts in accordance with ac
ted phyalological lawa and yet 111
ect la almost bevond comorehenston
to. those who are wedded to such drugs
as mercury, calomel, arsenic, iodide ot
Sotash. copper and other baneful in
uences which ail the world bears
silent testimony to their destructive
8. 8. 8. Is Indeed a nature's tribute
to what we need and it is worthy of
note that In almost any drug store
throughout the country you will find
It regularly In stock. Get a bottle to
day. And If you believe yours le a
peculiar case, write to the Medical
Advlner of The Swift Specific Co., 10S
Swift Bldg., Atlanta, On. Our word
for It, be is one of Georgia's appre
ciated specialists, retired from active
practice, but proud of his name and of
bis recognised ability.
The Drexel Kid
can't beat 'em
Shod Shoes has
it on 'em alL
I wouldn't wsar
any others on
There are thousands of
Drexel Kids and for ev
ery qne of them there are
two satisfied parents.
The reason Is that
give perfect satisfaction
to the boy and parent. If
your Boy lim't a Drexel
Kid get him a pair ot
Steel Shods tomorrow.
Boys' 1 to 5H. 12.50;
Little Gents' 9 to 13 H,
S2.25. In Button and
rOST FA IP.
Sales So Far Have Been Immense, but a $75,000
Stock Cannot Be Closed in a Mere Few Days.
"Nbticeio Vacate" iris
Efs lit a fflige "2i. Wcefe"
The word has gone from mouth to mouth the news has passed from
house to house street to street to surrounding towns, counties, even
broadcast through the state. THIS drug event is the GREATEST and
these prices are the LOWEST in Nebraska's history. 1
This Is Worth
If you don't see what
you want in these an
nouncements don't take it
for granted that it isn't on
sale. We have tens of
thousands of items that
haven't been mentioned
yet; more sensations are
to come. In the meanwhile
rest assured that there's a
sale price on EVERY-THING.
Phone and Mail ;
Write or phone for any
thing carried by a legiti
mate drug house and it
will be delivered or ship
ped to you at a true "No
tice To Vacate" price.
We've stock enough to fill
six drug stores but only
one store to display it in.
Ask or write if you don't
see it advertised.
Just a Few Sale Items Chosen at Random:
Wines and Whiskies for
Mediotaal Vse Caly.
O K 1 A It BItOOK
.full quarts, worth
1125, at 08
Pints, worth 76e, at.
pint, worth' 40c,
now at 28
WINK, full quarts,
worth 11, at 58
DCttOY PORT WINE,
full quarts, worth tl,
to go now at. . . .58
Gl'DE'S IRON, selling;
regularly at ll.Zo,
goes now at 92
the kind of Castile
soap you've bought at
Myers-Dillon for 21
years. Regular 10c
1 dosen cakes... 864$
KASY DYE 8, all col
ore, regularly 16c, go
now at Oi
MYERS' NAIL. ENA
MEL, 2 Be kind, per
BLEACH, 25c kind, to
go now at 13s
MYERS' NAIL SALVE
TINT, 25c kind, to
go now at 13c
CREAM, 25c kind, to
go now at 17
PASTE, 60e kind (Oo
nell) at 32d
PASTE, 25c kind to go
RROMO QUININE, the
35c sire, at 12
DROMO LAX, the reg
ular 25c kind. at.H
the 25c kind, at.l3t
PEROXIDE OP HY
DROGEN, 1 lb... 191
Vt pound for. . . .12
Vi pound for 7
12 boxea tor 5
DENZO CREAM, anti
septic, for chapped
hands and face, 25c
CLEANING PAD, 10c
value, at 6
KALI ZONE TOOTH
PASTE, 60c size. 19
ELCAYA CREAM OR
CERATE, 60c kind to
Ko at ..34?
SURGICAL GAUZE, 6
yds., regular 40c, to go
GEM JR. DAMASK
RAZOR BLADES, 35c
kind, now at.... 20
FLOOR PAINTS. 100
pints. In good grade,
all colors, worth 30c,
CAIA-IMO, a sanitary
wall finish; staple kind
you have always
bought here. In 5-Ib.
packagea, worth 35c,
now at .27
1 4 colore. Call or write
for color card.
Several show rases
have been remove 1
so that "Notice Tj
Vacate" 8aie patrons
may et around ail
the more eaully. Thla
stea ua mure room
for the display of
priced Items for sale
throughout the store.
Extra help to wait
unon you Saturday.
Saturday Candy Specials
regular 60c, at .. .39
CHoCOL ATE AL
MONDS, 60c kind at.
per pound 39
SCOTCH, worth 40c.
at. pound 29
C II O c O L A T E
CREAMS, all flavors,
40c kind at. lb.. .29
FLUFF, 40c value, per
NUT PATTIES, 3 1U
vors, 40c kind, at, per
assorted flavors, 40c
value, at, per lb. 25
RIES, 5c kind, per
1UES, 10c size, per
NEW CROP BRAZIL
NUT MEATS, at, per
COCO AN UT PATTIES,
vanilla and maile, at,
The original "Vel
vet" Ioe Cream
you've heard so much
about and like so
well, is served her
al all times and will
be aa lone; aa our
doors are open. We
are amply able to
take care of our "Bl
Soda Crowds." Meet
frlenda here Saturday.
Cor. 16th and Farnam Sts.
Phone Douglas ISO
More Items Are Suggested in Below List
No room or time to list these properly today, nevertheless you will
find "Notice To Vacate" Sale Prices on everything in the way of Drugs,
Toilet Articles, Stationery, Combs, Brushes, Candy, Paints, Varnishes,
Manicure Goods, Surgical Supplies, Soaps, Patent Medicines, Baby Foods,
Dog Medicines, Rubber Goods, Mineral Waters, Trusses, Toilet Papers, Per
fumes, Toilet Waters, Face Powders, Tooth Brushes, etc., etc.
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