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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 18, 1915)
TITK BEE: OMAHA: RATTTRDAY, DECEMBER 1R. 1015.
00 TMJ3 FOR
Karketi Tilled with Plenty to Se
lect From, with the Price
THE. KEYS ABOUT THE SAME
Junt as mother I-. that turkeys end
.thf Chrlirtmn. fowl will sell this I- !
on at about the same prices sit they did
last year, alons cornea Mr. Market Man
.v- jir.ii nva that Bf-vrrnl other I
Important Yulptlne eatables have taken j
a decidedly upward turn in itk. -
Crstibrrry sauce, for Instance, wilt be
very expensive, comparatively speakln;.
FVr cranberries, used In maklne; that
moot essential adjunct of the turkey din-run-,
have suddenly Jumped up tl per bar
rel, and on the Chrtatmaa market will
cost from 10 to KH rents a quart In
stead of only TO to W cents. M they
did only one week airo.
Likewise, oyster for turkey dressing
have experienced a 60 per cent Increase
In price within a week. They will aell
for 46 cents a quart. Inateaa or w cemis
a a week ao. Thin la explained by the
ever atorma In the east, which hare
not only delayed transportation, but have
also tied up the oyiiter basin more or
leaa. thua cutting down production by
the oyster (rat here ra and making- oyatera
comparative acarce on the weatern
Potatoes, ao delicious on Turkey day
when served maahed with glblet gravy,
also are mounting In price, the dealers
aay. Although atlll quoted retell at 20
cent a peck, they have gone up In whole
sale price, and there la every proapect
of a Jitney Increase per peck within a
few days, and bushel prlren of tl to US
before Ion. A potato shortage, due to
the wet growing season, la declared to bo
Holly, mistletoe and other Christmas
decorations are otfifr seasonable Items
hljrher In price than laat rear. Holly Is
selling at J.I cents a pound, an. mistletoe
will soon be on the retail market at a
flrure considerably hisher than last
year. Evergreen rope la t oenta a yard,
which la quite a price raise over last
Christmas, and It la not very good, either,
the dealer admit.
One of the best decorative articles to
buy, they say, la apanese frleae, a
vegetable fiber article dyed red and
rreen, whloh makes an Ideal holiday
decoration and keeps from year to year.
It comes In rope form at t cents a yard,
and also In wreath and other design.
Apples 1 1 laker.
Boxed apples, so enjoyable at this sea
son, are fine, but are selling at CO cents
to tl higher than a year ago. The
trouble la that the better grade and
varieties are scarce and the bulk of the
production ha been sent to eastern mar
Although our old staple friend, butter,
I now priced the same a a week ago.
tl oenta a pound for the best In either
package or bulk form. It I atlll high
enough to thoroughly stimulate the but
tortus sales, market men say. Since but
ter rose from 26 cent per pound, the
botterlne sale have Increased at least
one-third, and are now a vigorous mar
ket feature and gaining dally.
Tarkeya Tweaty-Flve Coats.
As to the turkey itself. Manager Lools
Blnstok of Hayden' meat department
ay that If the weather remain a It
now la, the price will continue about J6
rents a pound for the best, the same a
last Christmas and last week. '
Although not much fresh poultry has
come In yet and that commodity Is still
scarce on the market, there will probably
be plenty of It for Chrlstma. as the
really fresh poultry usually come late
to market, but In sufficient quantities.
Chicken are sUll II cents a pound,
geese 17V4 cents and duck 10 cents, for
the strictly fresh kind, with good chance
of remaining at those figure over the
Chrlstma marketing day. The cold
storage variety are, of course, cheaper.
Pork la quite cheap now, compared to
a month ago. chops now coating only 12
cents a pound, InHtesd of 17 cent, a at
Thanksgiving time. Ucef prlcea show no
change, rounds being 17 cents, sirloin
10 cents, porterhouse STV4 cant and pot
roasts, 19 and U cents a pound. Lamb
price have been steady for three week,
hindquarters selling at 13 oenta and
forequarters at 10 cents a pound.
Bins la Tkla.
Taney bacon Is now priced at tl to to
cents a pound, averaging rather thin,
with net anv areet production. The et
k.m. aell for 17 cent a pound. New
mince meat, made without any meat. U
II cents a pound, the same a oeiore.
NuU era one kind of Christmas food
that will be plentiful, choice and quit
Fhun says Manager Al King or Hay
den' grocery department. Walnut, fil
berts. Bra til;' pecans and almond are
fresh, attractive atock and all ell at 17
cents a pound.
Choice apple cider, with Just the Tight
tang" to it. Is plentiful and priced at a
quarter a gallon.
Oranges and grape fruit offer another
liupe to the Yuletide marketer. California
navel orange are coming In better than
for years. Manager King says, tbelr
flavor and color being extra good, and
the pricea ranging from 15 to cents a
dnsen. Florida grape fruit also are choice
and very cheap Just now.
Grapes Are Temptlaa.
Fancy grapes are temptingly offered.
red emperors at II cents and Imported
atatata at 20 oenU a pound.
The market also affords all sorts of
fresh vegetables for the turkey dinner.
Ixmislana furnlhe beets, carrots, tur
nip, radishea and shalot or onions, at
4 cnts a bunch. From California com
head U-ttuoa at 7 cent a head, cauli
flower at 7 cents, tomatoes at 10 cent
and UrusHcl sprouts at 17 cent a pound.
These are choice and plentiful.
Strictly fresh country eggs are now K
cents a dosvn, or 1 cent cheaper than a
week ago. Storage eggs are 25 cent.
Among the staples, flour la off 30 cent
a barrel, and sells retail at from $1.33 to
fl.w per sa-k. The sugar market Is
stronger and up W points, making 100-
pound sacks sell for $6 60. wholesale.
Hood Pbntos coffees are scarce.
More Humane Methods for Horses
Less Labor and Better Hours for Salesmen
No Frozen Milk for You
To accomplish them reiruHs a later delivery schedule la in
augurated. Some route are now on thl with excellent results.
Ton will deal with the driver personally, which will eliminate
possibility of errors. Man and horse will not break the roads
through snow at 2 A. M. With your help you will bare no more
frozen milk, regardless of weather conditions.
The salesmen are provided with quilted covers, closed
wagons and heating devices. Where milk cannot be taken In Im
mediately, boxes and covers will be provided.
Call Us if Your Order is Frozen.
Your Co-Operation Invited.
Douglas 409. ,
in the Cricket Room
CHRISTMAS festivities are not complete without
plenty of randy. We have plenty and are will
ing to share with you.
ti- mK n. " Martha Washington choc-
rry olates, lb 59o
frStS ljA ZeuB chcolfttes, as-
jrvOfjVjjr! sorted kinds, lb.. 80c
Lt and 1.00
I L XJXT Malllard's New York can-
srxSA dle". "N exe P&ckas"es t,
A UZS lb H.OO
rfhCZ?5- Multane's famous Clncln-
2ik' natl taffies and choco-
mmi. " lates, at ..10c to 10.0O
Johns'ton's Milwaukee chocolates at, lb $1.25
Dunte Bros, forty kinds, pound 40c to 60e
In the Basement Section.
Pall candies for Sunday schools, churches or or
ganisations at special prices. ,
"BV NYlOOVs STORK"
THE STORE OF BETTER VALUES
Southeast Corner Twelfth and Farnam Sts.
flt.OO Men' Suit, very k r A r I t'- Men's Heavy Fleeced if
fine mixtures, dark pat- S)JJ,aJjJ Union fcuim, all iliei OOC
116 00 Men's All Wool ft n pmr I 110.00 Men's Overcoats,
Hults, tailored perfectly, "V - 1 In the latest atyle
at ww- w w i Trn-im at
S2.00 Men's Fine Wool ft nH 1 t!6.00 Men's Overcoats.
Mixture I 'ants, heavy S I ? consisting of very fine
weight, at V x -' mat-rials at
IS. 60 and $1 Men'a All ff t.A0 All Wool Mack
Wool l'antfl, a sreat 2H I .01 inans. all the latest
variety of patterns, at... - fahrlcs. at
13. on Hi"i i Corduroy (T 1 f 17.60
1'ants, dark color only, D 1 . 1 1 1 Kill
at T I OrercoHtni spe'
IS. 00 Men's Fine Rlhbeii a m jn 1160 and tl Mn'e 6am.
t'orduroy Pants, custom iTll.aO I fans, all wool, fur
made, cuff bottom. at.-.T' I lined. Saturday only....
75c. Man's Flnn-l Phlrts. Op i nnd J Men's 8a:wple
arey and brown only ajOC Hata. up-to-date styles,
at......... I Hntiirdnv onlv. at
IJ.00 Men's Wool Sweater Coats, shnwl co'lnr. ansoi tMl colors, at. .....
$2.00 Men's Iouble Mole and Heel overslinra, Haturdav only.,... $115
11.60 Ladles' Prus Overihoes, with one buckle, Saturday 7ao
ssjsaaajsaesaTaj iesi mn garryC3aaJ " " "' " ' ' ' .
Men's Moleskin, tfjr nH
pihep skin lined Dr y
rnta, special. t. . . "
I Tools J
GIFFORD WOOD CO.'S Celebrated
ICE TOOLS Complete Stock
Send for 1910-16 Catalogue
James Morton & Son Co., '"SKm1
"THE HARDWARE PEOPLE"
!U jjj ' j.:M-- ' Kf-X,-W -
Rrrmiilr fur f rmm,
Coughs, colds, croup, hoarseneaa, is
flamed throat, bronchia! trouble or sore
t-heet are relieved by Foley Honey and
Tar, which opens stopped air passacea,
soothes and heals Inflamed surface, aad
restore normal breathing. W. C. A Hem,
Xioseley, M0.4 says: 1 have raised
family of four children and used Foley
lloMy and Tar wtlh all of them. I find
It the beat cough and croup medicine
ever used. I Used it for eitftt or tea
year and can reoouurend It for croup.
t-o!j ever wherey-Jldvertlaeinent.
Don't Buy Scores of Christma Gifts-
t. Spend $100 and Make It Secure One Gift for All
Make It a 3(
S ratle lns 1 p.
Te !fn-J oootrart tt Outfiel-Jer Ar
1 ur l '" t. rtty N--iv ho iai tha CVn-
Lil 1 a S jc ifl t Hit I. jf I'flt lclsXril, f4U
i' i ti'.t J ly ( Ui' iii;uti club.
J 1W-'. n ' Tffv -TTT- '
Bach rear In ths pst your had to spend Just so much money to cover the
(rifts to each and every member of the household, so why not LUMP the price
this year spend, say $100 and purchase the "Gift Royal." the gift everybody
makes or would like to make, the gift that may be enjoyed by giver as well as
those given to, a glorious, unrivaled, erer entrancing VICTOR VICTROLA. If
we wero to tell you of the NUMBERS of Vlctrolas we are selling as Christmas
Gifts you would look Incredulous and perhaps say "Impossible P But we're the
documents to prove it
Here's the Gift A Handsome
Model XI Victrola
The Eeal Victrola
The late Victrola
The large Victrola
The Victrola possessing
everv Victrola improve
ment A beauty.
$100 seems to be one of the most popular prices for Victor Vic
trolas. But, don't stop at the price, because if you want to go still
higher we will show you Victrolas at $100, $150, $200, $250 and up
to $350 and if $100 is too much we have delightful models at $75,
$50, $40, $25 and even at as low as $15. Victrola pleasures, you
see, are open to all.
We will sell Vlctrolas for cash or on time payments; we wCl ship them to any point on
Free Trial, charges prepaid; we will furnish any part, supply or accessory for a Victrola, and
we carry the largest selection of Victor Records ever gotten together by a western house. Don't
merely THINK of getUng a Victrola. but OHT H and START the pleasures ypu may have If you
No Other Talking Mac hint PUy, a Victor Record Uk a Victor Victrola Play It
Nebraska Cycle Co.
Corner 15th and Harney Sts. Omaha, Neb.
Council Bluffs Establishment at 334 Broadway.
Abound in Plenty at the Four
Rexall Drug Stores
A ms-rniricent display of Holiday Gifts In tpls ever y-l ay-needed
IruH, Toilet Articles, ChrtMmns XovHtlpa and llooteholl Nernvdtlpa,
at prices that ennphaaizo stnmttcr than ever before the economic ad
vantaes afforded patrons throiiKh onr bojing and selling for four busy
TOILET AND DRUG STORE GOODS
60c bottle Bay
6 cakes Ivory or
Wool Soap, at...
26c Sanltol Tooth
60o Mai vlna
60o Java ltlce '
Cold Cream, t
&0o Melba Cold
Vt, . A,cock' rorous
Bromo Seltzer, 711
ISO, 39o and..... I 06
60c Doan's Kid
ney Pills, at
Pcpto Marfan . .
25c Hill's Caa
rara Quinine . . . .
Milk, 39e and...
ISO, 89o and....
Rvmp MrIUb's Food RAt
OQp 39o and VtU
Mennon's Talcum ('
34c rr'.T.... I4c
'aim olive or Jap
Boss Soap, Saturday,
60c I'ape 1
2 no Packer'
Tar Soap, at....
Compound, a.t . .
60c Pebeco Tooth
1 astev at
J.llns Vegetal, at.
19o, 340 and
60c Syrup of
1 60c Scott'
i 25c Tlx, for
I tender feet, at . .
When in doubt what to give, choose perfume. You
can not go wrong, as perfumes are always acceptable.
We have been Importers for over twenty-five years.
The newest odors aro sure to come to us first. Our
line consists of all the famous foreign and the domes
tic makes, In dainty bottles and In bulk.
MAKE IT A KODAK XMAS
Kodaks, Supplies and Ansco Cameras
$2.00 and Up
CIGARS FOR MEN
Smokers, Remember Saturday in Our Cigar Dept
10o Robt. Burns,
16c Heynaldo Gran- I fin
dtosos, each I UB
Box of ten 15c quality,
foil wrapped Ma- QC.
nlla Cigar . U3l
60 Henry Oeorje 0 1 fit
I for ,
Box of 60 Little I CC
Toms, for I lUU
Box of 60 Ma- TfJ I Q CI I
nlla Regalias.. .WliuQ '4
Waterman's and oth
ers, $1.00, $1.50, $2,
$2.50, $3.00, $3.00,
plain or mounted designs.
51, $1.50, f.50
rail Qt. Thermos bottles,
52, S2.50, $3.50
LIGGETT & FENWAY
Dainty . rrT?-
Delights I &
L.laett's Elect Chocolate,
containing a nut, fruit or
nouarat center), lb
Usgett's Butter and Milk
Bittersweet, per lb...
1 lb., at
Llgrg-ett' Fnilt CodrtaJa
1 lb., at....;
We sell the original (Barfs)
urday Candy," fresh, every
Saturday, 1 lb
1-lb. box Trlola .
1-lb. box Galvln's Rip.
$1.50 to $3
In various pretty
woods and In cel
i TOILET SKIS
I In celluloid .and
S2 to $15.
RAZORS, SHAVING MUGS,
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
" Corner 16th and Dodge Streets.
Owl Ktur Co., 16th and Harney Streets.
T,oval, 207-Q Xfrth 16th St. ' Harvard. 34th and Farnam 6ts.
Without Wasting Your Time
By visiting; the
In the court of
THE BEE BUILDING
Where ladies of 24 church have a large and beautiful
selection of useful, ornamental and fancy articles suit
able for all purposes.
MOTHERS AND SISTERS
Always have and always will know how to make and se
lect the best there is in Christmas Gifts let them do it
for you now save time, money and disappointment by
buying from them, this year as thousands did in past
seasons. Satisfaction guaranteed is their slogan.
This Incomplete List Shows the
VARIETY OF ARTICLES FOR SALE
Home Made Candy
Homo Cooking, all kinds
Aprona, fancy and plain
Hand Fainted China
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK IS A
Bargain Day at the 1915
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