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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1917)
THE) OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: APRIL 1, 1917.
SPRING WHEAT IS
Grain Exchange Has Handled
Ten Carloads, Five Being
OUTLOOK 13 NOT SO BAD
Spring wheat for the purpose of re-
feeding the fields of Nebraska con
tinue! to go forward to be distributed
among the farmers. So far the
Omaha Grain exchange has handled
ten carloads, five having come in
from Minnesota and the balance
gathered up out of Omaha (levators
and from points in the state.
The shipments made through the
Omaha Grain exchange, however.
constitutes only a portion of the
spring wheat that has gone to the
farrners. Secretary Manchester of
the exchange has been able to get in
touch with the situation and learns
that alt over the state elevator men
and millers have taken hold of the
seed proposition. Where they have
had spring wheat on hand they have
distributed the seed among the farm
ers and in a number of instances they
' have bought wheat outside and had
it shipped in.
, Bushel to th Acre, '
It Is figured that the shipments out
of Omaha aggregate something like
15,000 bushels, and that this will seed
close to 15,000 acres, the understand
ing being that as a rule farmers are
owing a bushel, or a little more, to
Numerous reports are reaching the
Omaha Grain exchange, indicating
that the wheat crop outlook is not as
serious as indicated heretofore. Many
of the grain and elevator men are
writing and wiring in, saying that in
numerous fields where the wheat
plant was apparently dead the few
warm days have causec it to show
considerable green and take on ap
parent life. It is conceded that a
warm rain within the next few days
would work wonders In many fields.
As a result, and hoping for the com
ing of rain, it is asserted that in many
localities farmers have discontinued
plowing up their fields and are going
to wait and see ivhat a few days will
bring forth. They say they can af
ford to wait, for if it should develop
that the wheat has been killed there
will be plenty of time for fitting the
ground and planting it to corn.
amite and Fuse
Are found Under
Kansas City, Mo March 31. A box
containing 144 sticks of dynamite and
fifty feet of fuse was found last night
under an approach of the Rock Island
railroad bridge over the Kansas river
here. Two men were arrested.
1 Sentence of Cryderman
. Commuted to Life Term
(From a atari Corwpond.iit.)
s Lincoln, March 31. (Special Tele
gram.) The supreme court this
- morning commuted the sentence ot
William H. Cryderman, sentenced In
Cherry county to electrocution for
the murder of Nellie Heelan, to life
Ju4t John O, Park of Ktmiiai City, Mo.,
n rout home from Iowa, whvrt ht ha
keen attvndlnfl leyal bualnria, hai ntotPd
over Sunday In Omaha with hit relatlvta, I
J. H. Cams and family. I
British Ad miralty
Extends Mine Zone
Area in North Sea
London, March 31. The British
admiralty announces that in view of
the unrestricted use of nines and sub
marines by the Germans and the
sinking of merchantmen without re
gard to the safety of their crews, the
area of the North Sea, which is ren
dered dangerous to all shipping by
operations against the et .'my, will be
extended on and after April 1.
Omaha Sells Hay to Folks
In Wyoming and Idaho
Wyoming. Idaho and other western
states are now buving hay from
Omaha on the Omaha Hay exchange,
Shortaee of hav crop in those sec
tions last year made it necessary for
them to come to this market for large
nuantities. M. F. Thornsburg of
Rlaekfont. Idaho, was recently on th
Omaha market, where he bought fifty
cars of prairie hay and twenty-hve
cars of alfalfa for the f.Lckfoot Real
Estate and Auction company.
special train of over thirty cars moved
out of Omaha last Wednesday to
move the first of this consignment to
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11 A. M. to 2 P. M. and
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SOc SUNDAY DINNER
Good Muiic While You Eat
Chicken Broth with Noodles
Fried Spring Chicken
Roast Stuffed Goose, apple sauce
Breaded Tomato Sauce
Roast Young Turkey
. Celery Dressing
Stewed Chicken, Home Style
Prime Roast Beef, au jus
Roast Spring Chicken
Early i June Peas in Cream
Head Lettuce Salad
Apple Pie Pear Pie
Cocoanut Cream Pudding
Vanilla Ice Cream
Tea Coffee Milk
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Uric acid in meat excites the kidneys, they
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to seek relief two or three times during the night.
When the kidueys clog you must help tbem flush
off the body's urinous waste or you'll be a real
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sour, tongue coated and you feel rheumatic
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