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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1915)
Tim BKK: OMAHA. SATURDAY, JUNK 12, 1915.
FLOUR PRICEJOES DOWN
Quotation Drops One Dollar Barrel,
Which ii Fint Important Re
daction in Months.
RETAIL PURCHASERS BENEFIT
Just llko that the bottom Wss shot out
of the price of flour In the last wwk ot
ten dure. The price dropped 11 a barrel
In the left week, besides the Jlttle drop
of dime a feck that hed been epert-en-ed
A barrel of flour contains Jno pounds.
That mean that the wholesale price he
dropped a half-cent a pound, which la
considered some drop, in the face of the
lens: and peralatent advance flour haa
enjoyed ever since Europe bnn to
o.urro! With ltaelf.
Tli retell market haa felt the- pulae
rr the flour price, wtlh the result that
four that wua costing- I1.K.1 a sack ten
days at-n ran now he had for $1.W.
The drop In flour haa been coincidental
nlili the drop In the price of wheat. The
optinvMlc r porta of prospects of an
enormous whent crop are aald to hava
l-d their effect In reducing the price of
bent and flour.
- ,r -trne end firm, atthotiR-h
the houaewlfd la stilt allowed all of six
im. for her dollnr. How Ion
Mi.- Will be lima favored la a question,
for the wholesale market haa been keep
In a stiff upper lip for some three or
four weeke. Then, toi, the canning ace
eon la approaching:.
Old potatoes advanced 31 cents a buahel
Thursday. TTiey are now retailing at 0
cents a buahel. New potatoes are re
taillnir at ll.flO a buahel.
Strawberries are expected to be a thins.
of history wlll4n a week or two. "Ore
gon berries artabaut the only one thnt
are any good new," said Manager Klni
of llnjrten a grocery department, "for
the home grown I e tries were somewhat
wateraoakrd. There was too much rain
' lust at the aeaeon when berries were
ripening here, with the result that they
have toj much -water."
Oreaon cherrh-s that were coating 40
and 60 cents a pound lent week are down
to li cents now. They are coming In In
larger quantities now. Home grown
cherries are on the market at 10 cents a
box. Gooseberries are als on the mar
'. ket at 10 cents a qniart box.
Apricots are here at AO cents a basket,
or 10 rents a dosen. These are expected
to be cheaper quite anon.
Texas Prodnrta Arrive.
Texas tomatoes are here In ciates of
four baskets cach. Thry sell at 45 cents
a basket. Also In smaller quantities, they
can be had at 10 cents a pound.
' The flret csr of Texas cantaloupes has
arrived. They are selling at 7V, 10 and
cents apiece, according to stxe..
Home-grown peas are here at 1 cents
a quart. r(ri.. r 1
lAmbs'are higher aaln after a little
drop" last week. .. Lambs ,' are , selling at
wholesale as high as 22Va cents a pound.
Berf pot roasts coat 1IH cents, round
steak 3D cents, sirloin 25 cents, porter
house to and 3i cents.
t k chops are li. cents, pork roasts
Spring chickens are Si cents a .pound.
Hens are centa . . ,'
Hams that sold for It centa a pound
two weeks ago are how selling at 1S
cent. In some .ilrtera It l predicted
they will go to cents the first of the
Fresh fish art cheaper than usual.
Halibut can be had at MVs cents, salmon
at 12H, catfish at 15, pike 16. Spanish
mackerel 15 and trout at 15 cents. Shad
roe sell at 75 centa each.
Burns Says Flour
Must Age Before
the Bakers Use It
. "We can't bake September options In
June. We are still ualng HT5 flour, and
when we get Into the new wheat In
September we expect to be able to offeY
larxer loaves of bread," aald Manager
Peterson of the U. I 8 tea in Baking
company, when' asked- whether 1he re
cent decl'ne of (1 a barrel on flour
would have the effect of Increasing the
of bread. ,
Jhv Hurna of the Burns Baking eom-an--
declared that the reduction In flour
durihn -the- lot, week will not find its
way iti to .t!-e .loaves. of. bread, until sum
Month, honco. . He, said the present de-iline-
U fur August end September de
llvrry he' furtr explained that
bakers fnvsf keep' TTour about sixty days
for the "SRlng" process. V" '
"Huktrs are now using n gh-prtoe flour
srrt at.tr. very beat thare Is a. period I
of sixty day .between the time of con
traitina for flour end the time ft nalnv
me etwue uuur. wii an eiuciqauon ot
f. red by Mr. Burns. '
Wheat Makes New
- Low Mark for Year
Lower rablea and crntinued reports of .
a bumper wheat crop neerlng tho harvest '
ut 1 1! M dowa ata!n Wheat went off
a fu.l 4 cents, the Omaba price, ranging
froifc .1. l.nt the new low mark
for Ire year. In Chicago the Omaha op
tion fur. July almoet reached the $1
mark and the predicts n, are that it will
so Im-U.w this figure 'before the end cf
the wk. . .
Omaha wheat receipts for the day were
twenty-four carloads, - most cf which
went into ths elevator, to be sold for
' ( urn was strong and mined half a rent
over Thursday, prices spreading between
CT and 70 cents per bushel. Receipt
were sixty-six cars.
Oats were U cent off, selling at 4349
H' rents per bushel. Receipts were
JAf'ES WALSH WILL TRY
TO CATCH SOME SALMON
Mr. snd Mrs. James Walsh of Benson
will leave Sutunlay morning for an ex
tended trip through Canada, Pi: get Bound
. try and Alaska. Mr. Walsh will lo
dule In Ms annual salmon finning In the
!r north a est country.
A Bttatek Made by afaar.
THin'l watt for rheumattam to Indicate
tiin.m-4 kkloeya When you . suffer
fans and achea by day and sleep dts
t'lrUr.g biaitder weakness by night, feel
t'rd, nervous and rundown, the kidneys
i. 4 Judder sli'Kild be restored to
t.&l'y. strong and regular act tea. it Is
a si. inii.e t-j postiMxte treatment Foley
Yt 'ut-y l i !s pat the kidneys In sound,
ttuii'.y i'i,iiil.liun snd ktx-p them sctlve
i.J strong llnrln taking today. UimJ
-i. it 1 vi.ow tl-e f.int duM. -kniH every
Wint - A aver".Uiut tit
The combination of judg
ment, merchandising skill and
purchasing power shown, by
this store daily, naturally gives
you greater service, greater
choice, greater value by far
than the usual.
U- itirjtmt imiifci S-t.isL..lHniilllti,.i.lit III II ni. .l .ml I it !. .in. ill i..ij.,a.,ali,lli.. . ,,mMMmktMliMttm,mmltmtutJ
The purpose of all special
sales featured in the Brandeis
advertisements is to introduce
to new people the exceptional
value to bo found in every de
partment at Brandeis.' Our
regular customers know these
No Ordinary Sale of SUMMER BLOUSES
It la an Annual Occasion but this
rear It In of greater magnitude than ever
before. And we ao not aim to be boast
ful when we sr that we have never
presented euch fine Blouse at uch
SI. S1.95 to $10.75
F;rr-Like DIouseg of
Organdy, Batitt and Voile
Embroidery in the keynote of
their beauty. Some of It la bo
fine that It look like etched
motifs on thin crystal.
TaheU of embroidery are the
most favored; some of the blousea
merely have collars or Inset motifs
of embroidery and some of them
are embroidered all over.
Yes, lace, too! Valen
ciennes, Fllete Venlne and
cobwebby Shadow Laces
give those Inimitable
touches of daintiness that
these modes require.
Offers In Hair Goods
ONK-HALK IU.UIXAB PIUCE
24 -1 n c h 2 os.
val- (St O e
made of fine 18
Inch balr. $5.00
vl- M O O
18 and 20-lnch
8 a n 1 1 ary Hair
Rolls all style
25c, 35c and 50c
2 8-ln. Fine Hair
priced 8 COS
We dye switches.
We' makes Tou
pees. Swlt c h e s
made from your
Hair Dressing. Manicuring, fthampnnlng and
all Hemity Culture Work Second Floor and
pompln Room. ......
UlftU WO .11. uv
Coata and Suits of Fashion With
Decided Price Changes
One special lot of Sport Coats and Light Weight Wraps, author
itative In every particular, for cool
evenings,, auto and outing wear. Some
or them nave sold as high as, $1.7. 60
ana we nave mem in i
various assortment ot
Your Choiceof 140 Fine
Suits at $10
We have brought together two racka of
tailored suits in good smart models, but
odd numbers, In serges, gabardines and
poplins. Many that have sold f 1 r.
up to $22.60. Special Saturday J 1 U
New Silk Sweater and
Kayser Silk Jersey Coats
The season's very newest demand.
Pretty color combinations and smart
and effective for sport wear.
Special at $14.73 to
We are Selling Nov Fine Low Shoes
At prices lower than ordinary. We have some of the smartest
new thinga to be had bits ot footwear that proclaim Its wearer
one of taste and refinement.
New Dreae Pumps .for Women
!ull, patent and bronse kid, either
Main or strap styles; French,
leather heels. iMnd or short ef
fects. liaht soles. Perfect flttlna
patterns: s splendid array of
styles. Every else. All Q QC
"Mary Jane" Pumps for' Touna
Women White Ivory soles, broad
toes, flat bows arid low hels. All
trimmed In white. All OB
sines. Pair .0
"Trustworthy" . Oefords for
Wen Ten or dull caifakln.
Hutton or late. New flat .n
ltsh lasts or hlah toe styles.
Bolid selected leather through
out, perfectly riniabed. Every
Barefoot Sandals for Children
hoft tan calf, luted with juniper
soles, the most fJexlhle leather
tanned. Meet styfi of footwear
for summer. All aiaea, I to 8,
ee S to U. $lMt sixes lid
11 H to 1 .ImJO
Several Important Glove
Offeringa for Saturday
Women's Zl-lnch Long (turn the el
bow) guaranteed double tipped, extra
heavy quality, pure silk iclovea in
black and w hite. Mhould sell at eon
aliterably more. BaturUay, QSc
U oiten's':-Vnr'h uila'ne'a'e' Rilk O loves
of a fine lustrous arade, double tip
ped, look beautiful, lilack or 7C
whlia Very apex-inl, fir '
Kayser or tfreniieta Two-Clsan Ouar.
iud Silk Cloves In black or white,
with or without contrast barks,
'.tuarantee slip In every cn.
pair. Pair fiVC
Kay see lfiBattoa Xnsrth Mil.
aaeee sulk Uluvee tl.bu This is a
muvn finer ariMVe tlian usually
sold at this lrlo Ttny come in
black or white; every pair a-uar-anteed
by (he maker and 1
by ua. e)aturiay, pair ,"M
A complete line of everything need
ed for the comfort and welfsre of In
fanta; soft, dainty little garments at
very reasonable prices.
Ruben's Bummer Welaht Vests 9C.
i Kch S.OC
Little Prinreaa Vests
neck and short sleeves,
neck and short aleeves.
Home hi eli
Infants' Ixins; and Bhort Dresnea
With hand-embroidered yoke. Cfle
Hpeclally prlcedi ouc
Infants' Lisle Hose White,
pink or blue. Pair IOC
Just received a new line of hand
Sewed and embroidered Inn- and
short dresses, skirts, pillow rases,
rarrisae robej, bibs, bonnets and ki
monos. Ions; or short, at various ipricrs.
New Bits of Neck
wear and Ribbons
New Puritan Collars in em
broidered organdie and
voile, with the colored edges.
Very popular. Col
Up from DUC
Dainty Lace and Swiss Em
broidered Collars in flat and
rolling effects, em
broidered pique. Ea.
Special for Saturday
ruffs, white with black
chenille dots, at, each.
Our Semi-Annual Sale of Our Entire Stock of
ii nmmect oais
Your choice of any trimmed
hat in the house, noth
Included are all tho chapeaux of the season
Dress Hats, even those just received this week;
all Street and Tailored Hats, some worth to $25.00
and $30.00; Panamas, Maline Hats, Leghorn Hats,
Lace Hats, Milan Hats, some trimmed with Para
dise Aigrette, Heron Aigrette, Ostrich Novelties,
Etc. Choice $10.00. '
Any Hat in Our Entire Stock
Selling for $10.00 or Less
One Day Only Saturday, June 12
New Summer Wash Dresses $5.00
A special showing Saturday of
00 New Tub Frocks In pretty.
dainty,, plain figured and striped
voiles; made with the pretty jacket
affects and girdles. Every pretty
color for summer wear.
New Silk Dresses
The amartnesa of the new silk,
dresses for summer wear ia to be
appreciated as & deviation from
the cotton frocks so commouKy
shown. An entirely new assort
ment at 19.00, $25.00, o
$29.00 and P30
New Silk Skirls at $6.93
Taffeta, the season's most popu
lar fabric for skirts, is found in
this special offering; plain and
checked taffeta, tiers, accordlan
and box pleatlngs, 93
Silver Hollow-ware Sale Sat'rd'y
Bake DUhes, Casseroles, Tea Sets, Fruit Bowls, etc
Less Than Half Regular Prices
8. B0 and $5 00 Cake Bas
kets. Sandwich Plate.
Bread Tra)a, Bewlng Trays,
Krult Bowls. Pyrip Pitch
ers, etc. All quadruple
silver plated and a AO
ffuu-anteed. at... WlsUO
$6 Bake Dish, quad
ruple plated, special.
$5.00 and $6.00 Quadruple
Silver Plated Casseroles
Three and five-pint capacity. $T.50 Bake Dish, Quadruple
at $1.98 gSS ,. $2.98
Special Fresh Vanilla
Fresh Salted Peanuts
Walnut Taffy Pound
Our Delicious Cream Dip
ped Brazil Nuts Pound.
Fresh Assorted Cocoanut Kisses;
vanilla, strawberry and
Bperial Ijm Mario riiVAlaiuia.-t
.1 hard and cream centers and Swiss
Btyle Milk Chocolates and on
Pompelan Chocolats Bitter 4i
Sweets Box aWC
Four Wonderful Bar-
gaint in Wall Paper
for Saturday Selling
Room Loti icr Saturday.
Enough paper to cover room
12x14x9 feet- high.
Lot No. 1 Consisting of 10 rolls
wall Paper. rolls renin pa- SyO
per and 11 ar.:s of border. .lP
Keauiar price 11.40, Saturday. w
Lot No. 2 Consisting of 10 rolls
wall paper, I rolls of celling; and II
yards of or 11-Inch border to match;
Suitable for parlor, dtnins; (J1 aa
room and library. Worth I
1 IS. ruf ths lot ye-4s
Lot No. S Consisting of 10 rolls
wall paper, rolla of celling; and II
ysrds border all new 1111 gn ft
soois. Kegular price Jt I M
Lot No. 4 Consisting of 10 rolls
oatmeal papers In all shades with
cutout borders to match each color.
rolls roolre celling and As e
II yards out border.
worth IS 2. lot....
Drugs and Toilet
l. Blache Face Powder All
Roger Oallet Rica Powder 1 T
Ponds' Vanishing Cream f (1
60o slse Jar .OB
HMdnut'g Toilet Water KQt
76o slse bottle isru
Graves' Tooth Powder At
26o slse can "k
Halo Face Powder XlXfQt
shades. 60c slse.
Ingram's Rouge 60o als
Dorln'e Burnetts Rouge ?r
Bpeclai. at 'g
Madame Ise'bell's Cold
Cream 60c alse Jar ,
Melorose Face lewder .
All shades. 600 else
Aubry Sisters' Beautlfler (.Qn
ll.Oi) aise VVC
471t Talcum Powder 1
4711 Vollet Glycerine Soap 1 Q.
I bars for IVC
White Ivory Manicure Files t
and Cuticle Af
Rickeecker's Cold Cream OQ
60c alma tar J & S
floan's Mnlment (0c slse'Vft
Pur. Epsom Baits 1-lb.
lilnkei'a Caacara Pllli
100 In bottle
Pure Witch Haael full
Bromo 8eltier 50c slse
Peroxide of Hydrogen 1-lb. i i.
I J lac Roae Glycerin. Soap As
10c cake OC
JUauld Veneer tic als. bot-1
All Bristle Hair Brush
worth 11 00. at
White Ivory Dressing An
Combs worth 60c. at 'a
Eyebrow Pencil bltde 1
sieclal. at C
White's Vaucaire GalegafVQ,
Tablets 11.00 siae ...OSrC
I0-Mu)e Team Borax 1-lb.oj.
Thermos Bottle, quart also, ft 09
1160 value 4IJ3
A big aaaortment of Bathing Capa.
Great Hosiery & Underwear Values
. The raluea listed below, and othera equally a'.tractive, are
daily drawing hundreds of shoppers to the Hosiery and Under
wear store. Many are buying a whole season's supply. '
Women's Pure Thread Bilk Stock-
lngs All colors and black and
white, r-uii raahloned. reinforced
soles, heels and toea. Some all
silk to the top, others with wide
lisle garter topa. 11.00 CQ.
quality, pair j WC
Women's Pure Dye Thread Silk
Stockings Plsin and fancy, some
two-toned, others with striped .
tops. All silk, full regular made:
hlah spliced heels, soles and
hZV .d..u.l!,.. .t.0.p.": $ 1 .00
Women's Thread Silk Boot
Stockings All ahsdes: full
fashioned, elastic garter tops;
double soles, heels and toea
Special Saturday, S0c
Women'a Bilk Lisle and Fiber Silk
Blockings In black, white and
colors. Full seamless, double
aolea, heels and toea Spa- OC.
cially priced, pair
Women'a Hale Stockings Black
nd white. Some full fashioned,
others seamless. All havs spliced
soles, heels and toea. Regular
and extra alses. 26c 1
quality, a pair ''
Women's Venetian Silk Un
ion Suits With shield re
inforcement; French band
tops. , Cuff knee. Pink and
white. A $5.60 Jrt q
value, suit eela7
Women's Llale Union Suits
In cuff and - umbrella knee
styles; French band and cro
chet beading- tops. Broksn
lots and alses of a well-known
brand, worth to 11.26. cn.
Special Saturday. sutt...C
Kayser Knit Vests Sarlas ribbed Hales, dainty hand crochet yokes In
various designs. Pink and white. Sixes 4. a and I. 60c OQ
quality, each , JjC
Women's Tine Cotton Vests
Swiss ribbed, in plain and dainty
lace yokes. Regular all stsea.
Worth to lie.
Mlases' Fins Cotton Vea'a
Fine or Swiss rlbbedi umbrella
knee pants to match. Sixes I to
11 years. 16a value. ft "
Special, a g&mfeent iJC
Women's Black Bathing Tights, at 50 and SI f)oT
On sale In Knit Underwear Department Main Floor! I
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