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THIO I3KM: )MAIL, TTEKDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1012.
PLANS FOR THECORN SHOW
Meeting Held at Lincoln During Lat
t Part of January.
MANY BIG PRIZES ARE OFFERED
Corn (irorr from All Portion of
Nchrnakn to Ilf Olren an Oppor
tnnlty lo F.ntrr tfce
The Nebraska Corn Improvers' nssocla- ;
tlon Is planning ono of, the largest and
most attractive corn ehows for tho com
Ing winter It has ever held. It Is to bo i
held In connection with the Nebraska .
Horticultural society's big fruit and floral j
display at tho city auditorium. Lincoln,
during the week of tho organized agri
cultural meetings, January 20124.
Tho show will Include both senior and
Junior exhibits. Including the trophic
there are over J2.CO0 offered In premiums.
The special features of the show are th'i
JJnlor and senior ten-ear exhibits, the
acre contents, high yielding ear contest,
high yield silage contest, seed corn men's
display, freak classes, five-acre wheat
contest, experiment station exhibit, do
mestic science exhibits and the sweep
stakes and grand rhnmplon prltes.
The ten-ear exhibits Include tho honor
ary amateur and Junior classes. In the
honorary classes there arc two lots, W1
In cash premiums being offered. In tho
amateur classes there nre six lots, four
In the eastern, two In the western sec
tion of the state. In these nix lots 1131
Is offered as premiums. In the Junior ten
car classes there are six lota, three In the
eastern and three In the western section
of the state. There Is K0 In these six
flanses. There ore also two lots of po
tatoes In these Junior classes, for which
30 In premiums is offered.
Th" Two-Acre Contents.
There are two aero contests! one of
them open to the senior members and the'
other open to the Juniors. Tho senior aero
contest Is offered by tho Nebraska
Farmer company and Is open to any com
grower In Nebraska- There Hre $250 of
fered In cash premiums In this contest.
The Junior acre contest, open to all Jun
iors, offers Z In cash prizes.
There are two high yielding ear con
tests, ono In tho Junior and the other In
the senior classes, which nre open to
members the same as in tho aero con
tests. Blxty dollars In tho senior and $40
In the Junior classes Is offered in cash
jiremlums. These contests are classes of
Interest. If growers think they can pick
out a high yielding ear they may select
one and send it down to tho corn show
and It will bo planted and tested by the
Tho Nebraska Bllo company Is offering
J140 In prizes for the ten ears of corn
producing1 the most ensilage of the best
quality, the corn to bo tested by the
experiment station at Lincoln.
8 purr !re of Coat.
The seed corn men's display Is a com
paratively new feature of the show, A
small space will be given free, of cost,
to all seed corn growers desiring to make
nn exhibit in the coming winter show.
For particulars In regard to this write
Joslah Chase, University Form, Lincoln.
The freak classes, of which there are
three, are open to both seniors and Ju
niors. There In 130 ottered In these
classes. These 'exhibits will bo Interesting:.
In the miller's flvo aero wheat contest,
open to both honorary and amateur mem
bers, 125 In cash and the trophy valued
tit 250 ara offered as premiums,
Tho domestic science exhibit Is hold In
connection with the Junior classes. Thcro
aro flvo lots In this,, cluss und f7E offered
In cash prizes.
In ttfC hwrrpatakca.
In the sweepstakes prizes thcro are .In
the senior class tho following: Orlswolil
Seed company's trophy offered for the
best ten ear of yellow ilont corn; tho
Rudgo trophy for tho best oar, of corn,
any variety, and tho Miller trophy.
Tho International Harvester company
offers a manuie spreader as a grand
champion prlzo of any ten-car exhibit.
This is open to both Junior nnd senior
classes. In tho Junior classes tho Commer
cial club of Lincoln, offers a trophy for
tho beat ten cars of corn of any variety.
Tho Daughters of American Involution
give a trophy for tho best domestic
science exhibit. Thcro nre also go offered
in cash premium for the best potatoes.
Information concerning1 tho Junior ex
hibits can bo had by writing to thu sup
erintendent of tho Junior corn show, Uni
versity farm, Lincoln.
For premium lists and particulars con
cerning tho corn Improvers' program und
senior corn show, writo to the secretary
of the Corn Improvers' association. Lin-1
rfcfraaf frfctff harf'f arf'r Bhr ha" f . aag'f
Place on Special Sale 1,000
Of German Silver
2 Immense Lots from a Special Purchase
This is a remarkably fine lot of mesh
bags, which make such attractive gifts,
fill i tied mcsli bags with six-inch frame,
made of unbreakable German silver
mesh also 7-inch ring mesh bags that
are kid lined and finished with a pretty
one-inch fringe on tho bottom.
Worth from $3.00 to $5.00
In 2 Special Lots, it
' I will make no answer to any ono fool
ish enough to say that contagious and
noncontagious diseases ought to be con
fined n the Anna Wilson emergency hos
pital." declares Dr. It. W Connell. city
health commissioner, answering criticism
of his methods of handling tho funds ap
propriated to maintain tho hospital.
"The public may feel It costs too much,
but I believe the establishment of this
emergency hospital is the best thing for
the city that has been done since I have
been health commissioner."
Dr. Connell reports six coses of con
tagious diseases at the Uoepltal now
five different contagious being cared for
City Commissioner Uutler say the hos.
pltal is a white elephant and has cost
113X00 already." Itecommendatloha that
it be used for emergency purposes may
be made to the city commission.
War on Bill Poster
Has Been Declared
War against the bill poster Is on and
the city commissioners are planning their
campaign to be carried to the end that no
quarter will be given.
Commissioner Kugel suggested that
some legislation be prepared that 'will
eliminate unsightly and Ill-advised post
era. He said the bill posters were tho
tnen to get after.
Jollce Commissioner Ryder cold bill
posting was being controlled as well ai
the police department could do It
Women, he said, were the only persons
who nad not been forbidden to post un
sightly bills everywhere. They usually
posted bills advertising some charitable
jturpoce. he said.
f'lty Attorney nine has been requested
to advice the commissioners on what
couite to purtue.
WomorTs $3 and
$4 finest gold
filled fobs, all
motal not ribbon,
clal. . $1.98
solo t- QQ
at. . .J mUO
:!.00 and $3.50
nil Leather lings,
all sizes and
Those Dainty Gift Thnt Aro Ahvnys Welcome
Women's and Men's Irish Cam- Womon,'s and Men's Irish Cambric
Handkerchiefs, ,embroldered ini
tials C In fancy box, worth 75c,
brie Handkcrchlofswlth ombrold
orod initial 6 handkerchiefs in
fancy plcturo box, worth
50c, at a box
will go at a
Women's Sheer Irish Linen Handkerchiefs with hnnd embroidered
corners 2 .hnndkorchiefs In fancy plcturo folders, at each r? f
Womon' and Men's Pure Irish Women's Sheer Irish Linen Hand
Linen Handkerchiefs with dainty kerchiefs with hand embroidered
hand embroidered 4 ir corner, nlso point Vouiso
corners, worth IOP 'and Princess handkor- S
2tic. at chlof8 worth 50C( ftt ftUt
Women's Sheer Irish Linen Handkerchiefs with hand embroidered cor- Cfln
tiers, real Madeira, Armenian and Princess Lace borders, worth 76o, eo. OUli
A real c 11 s h i o 11
'shoe. Makes the
hardest p a v t? m cut
soft and yielding to
the foot. The springy
sole remains springy.
The soft, porous felt
insole gives all-day
comfort to. tender
feet. Made on com
mon sense lasts.
Sold Nowhere Else.
3 pieces knife,
fork and steel
.special Tuesday on
main floor, at
"The Foremost Makes Are Sold at the Foremost Store"
Christmas Gifts of Gloves
Pcrrlri's Elbow length gloves, known everywhere as tho fin
est gloves made black, white nnd tho daintiest do 17c
ey.ening shades, at jPOeO
'"i'errin'H Short Gloves Black, white t 1 Ef nnd t
' and protty ovenlng Bhades, at . . . . P eOU ,P
Knney Holly llojcs for Christinas Gloves In Glove Dept.
The Gifts That Men Approve
Something to wear is tho best present
to buy a man.
Christmas Suspender Sets with arm
bands and garters 5()y 75 Q8
Bilk Hoso and Tic to Mntrli
at 50 to S1.50
imported Silk Nockwoar, large French
foldou" with flowing ends
at 81 81.50 P to 84
GLOVE BOftDS 1
Lot the lady se
lect her own
glovos to fit her
hand and suit
her taste. Glove
Bonds at $1, $2,
$3.50. mid up.
Menu's Street and
Dress Gloves, at $1
Men's Fur and Fur
Lined Gloves, at $1
.Men Sample 811k
Hecfcr Muffler and
Square, values up..to
$1.50, at 25d 50d
Men's Silk Mufflers
Paddod and reefer
styles at 81
Men's and Boys'
Sweater Goats By
ron and shawl col
Men's SmoklnK Jackets
nnd Houho Coata
at 85 to 810
Misses' Ribbon Hair
Bows, in fan cy
at 35 d nnd 50
Brandeis Great, Beautiful Toyland
AVIioro Kvery Child Iioves To Come Whcro All tho Toys Are XKW.
Now ModelliiK lluildiitK Sets
nt . . , liiir up to .St
Spelling Mocks Very Instruc
tive, at HI)o
Celebrated Game of Pnt-clicsl, 2
editions OUc nnd 75u
Ilaso Hull Game Ab exciting as
tho real gamo $:t.30
lliilldliig Hlocks Great variety,
at li."c up to $5.1)8
Dolls' Fur .Muffs nnd Scarfs, !Mc
llulibcr Tired Automobiles Well
made, nicely finished ,...$:t.OH
Other Automobile up to ...910
Mei-lmnlcnl Trains, lucluding lo
comotive, passenger cars and
flgure-8 track, at -Dc
Mechanical Train with passenger
car and circular track, at . .aoc
KnglUli Doll Perambulators with
Hood, rubber tired wheels OKc
Other up to . $1.08
Swinging -Shoo Files Worth
S2.60. at , $1.!H
Swinging Hocking Horsett For
chlldron from 3 to C yoars, worth
SG, at , $3.50
Girls' Sleds Hard wood, bracod,
well made, worth .50c, at . .25c
Sletls fur Hoys and Girls, includ
ing Flexible Flyor and Whito
Ueautiep .50c up to $5
"Campbell Kids" in 15 dlfforont
characters, nt . . . .-lUc nnd 08c
Motorcycle ltider Runs on a
wheols greatest mechanical toy
this season, at . . ; $1
Rubber Tired Hand Cars For
boys 3 to 12 yoars ideal toy for
health and fun $2.50, $:).n8, $."
Sample Kid Hody Dolls Fully
Jointed, ?2 values, at 08c
Hotel Loyal Orchestra
Albin Huster, Director.
From 6 to 8 O'clock
Hotel Loyal Cafe
"Omaha's Best Place to Dine"
Money To Loan
Douglas Co. Farms.
We Want to Buy
"Douglas Co. Farms."
This Coupon and
good for tne next
number of A1Tj tha
Th XA1m' Wocld.
JTMloma Irrigation Jonmsl
Address, Mogaslna Coupon Dept.,
Twentieth Century Farmer,
Do Your Christmas Buying Now. Only 13 more buying days
BUY AT OMAHA'S CHRISTMAS STORE
Is Open on
No Stairs to
"OMAHA'S ruK OSNTSH."
Solly Mt., 1S-35-500
Joe HurtlK's Drawing Iloom Attraction,
ennm ' uunc wlth oro. stout and
oUUIAL MAIUdprsttr jehttie Austin
EXTRAVAGANZA AND VAUDEVILLE
HJoudVnrunette llenuty ChoruB and The
8 Non.'OffonMve. Athletic, AVIilrlwInd
Texas Tommy Dancers.
Kadlis' Sim Mattnts Every VTk Day,
"Worth Cllmbtnff tli Kill."
On Douglaa St., at 18th Hytone Vaude
ville Includes Jolly Fanny nice: T"uur
The Great Kelter:
Maaou & Murray
Susie far sells
At Much Less Than
the Regular Prices
Every piece guar
anteed for 20 years in
ordinary family UBe.
Rogers' 1881 Knives and Forks In graie,
carnation and groylock patterns, also plain
1 4 values, at per dozen 83,40
Rogers' 1881 Merry Spoons, worth SI, at,
Rogers' 1881 Cold Meat Forks, worth 75c,
Rogers' 1881 Baby Spoons, worth 50c, S5C
Rogers' 1881 Pickle Forks, worth 59c. 30c
vm3 i mtr
Men's Ilouso Sliiinenl
Soft kldskln inl
Opera and Everett'
styles, hand turned
soles tan and black.
Men's Bath Slippers Heavy velvet
cord bound, nt 49c mid 75c
Pullman Slippers for men and women
in leather cases to match, at $2.98
1.98 and 98c
Woinan'H Ootj Hons Sllpmrs Felt, suede, quilt
etl satin or kldskln, at 9SO
Woman's Crock t Slippers With lambs' wool
Bolea, spring heels, at IU5 and 380
Here's ths Show
rrom a to S, at 7 and 0 P. U., Dallj,
BEAUTIFUL SILK KIMONO PATTERNS
111 wide assortment of designs and colors, each put up in
pretty gift box, special A QQ tfQ QQ E Cfil
values Tuesday at -OO-U-5?0D3.3U
Tuesday in the Busy Cloak Department
Newest Stylo Ideas at Prices That Mean
a Saving of at Least Half.
LONG NOVELTY OLOTH 00ATS,
FLUSH COATS AND IMPORTED
A splendid assortment in allQQ
colors and styles, made to JJj
sell at $20.00, Tuesday V""
roys, all sizes,
$5 Long Silk Kimonos. .$2.50
$1 Wrappers and Houbo Dresses
s . . . .
a ureal unaerpnemg on
Furs of all kinds, Bath and
Lounging Robes, Hand
Bags, Pocketbooks, Card
Cases, Handkerchiefs, etc.
at . . .
$15.00 r nr
$1 Long Crepe Kimonos-. .49
An Extraordinary Solo of
Jewelry, Silverware and
Cut Glass begins Tues
day. Compare offerings
before you buy.
Why Not a Gift of Warm Underwear?
We 're showing values in perfect, dependable garments that
you'll not find matched 111 any other store.
Men's fleeced Shirts or Drawers,
all sizes, at 35
Men's $1.25 and $1.50 Union Suits
fleeced or Jersey ribbed, all
sizes and colors 98J and 75
Men's $3.00 Wool Union Suits,
Ladles' Under Vests nnd Pants,
heavy Jersey ribbed, at ..19
Men's $2.00 nnd $2.50 Wool
Shifts or Drawers, on sale
at $1.25 and 08d
Ladles' Union Suits, white, cream
or grey, values to $1.50, on sale
at 69 and 49
Ladles' $2.50 and $3.00 Union
Suits, wool and silk and wool,
all stylos . .$1.98 and $1.50
Children's $l Union Suits . .49
Omaha Headquarters for Christmas Candies The very
Best in Quality and Assortment at Less.
Gift Suggestions from Linen Department
Circular Scalloped Tablo Cloths, pure linen double damask, full size,
$G.00 values; each - $3.50
Hemstitched Sots, done up in neat box; cloth and napkinB, pure flax,
$8.00 values; per set $5.00
Pure Linen Bird's-oyo Huck Towels, hemstitched, full size, worth 75c;
Grass Bleached Dinner Napkins, full Bize, pure flax, assorted patterns,
$5.00 values; per dozen. go aa.
main wash Goods Dept.
Fanoy Silk Striped Poplins, all
the wanted and popular colors;
.Beacon Bath Robe Flannels, heavy
weight, fancy colors and pat
terns, 39c vnlues 28i
Flannelettes with fancy borders,
pretty patterns, good weight, 15c
values, at 12?4J
In Domestic Room
Robclaud Flocco for Kimonos and
Bath Robes, nil fancy patterns,
good colors, 29c values. . 19J
Fancy Pattern Table Cloths, mer
cerized, good weight, $1.25 val
ues, each 85
All Linen Hemstitched Dresser
Scarfs, assorted patterns, 75c
values . . 50?
READ MYDEN'S BIG GROCERY SPECIALS FOR TUESDAY
Tonlffht Wad. Mat. and Klrkt.
"Willi urn A. Brady, Ltd., Friant
BOUGHT AND PAID FOR
Tha Oraataat Flay of tha Day.
A Saving1 to the Faoplo of Omaha of
Trom aoyo to i oa ma vop 1
20 lbs. Baat Granulated Sutfar SI .00
48-lb. socku best high grade Diamond
II Family F.lour, nothing finer
per sack .$1.15
10 lbs. best White or Yellow Corn
10 bars Beat 'Em All, Diamond C or
l.onox Soap 25o
7 lbs. beet Hulk Laundry Starch 35o
4 lbs. beBt fancy Japan Itlce, fine or
pearl Tapioca 35o
The best Domestic Macaroni, Spa
Khettl or Vermicelli, pks. ...7V4o
1-11). cans Assorted Soups.. ....... 7
Jellycon or Jello, pkfr 7H
The best Mired ITuta for the Holi
day, lb IBo
Dried rrolt Sale Spaclali.
Cliolco California PruneB, lb 7Vta
Cholco California Peaches. lb....74o
3-Crown Raisins, lb ...7Ho
Fancy California Mulr Peaches, per
lb s loo
Fancy Cleaned Currants, lb 100
Fancy' Seedless Raisins, lb. ..81-30
Fancy Mulr Park Apricots, lb.,..15o
Fancy Cul. CooktiiR Fijrs, lb.....7Wo
3 pkgs. best Condensed Mince Meat
The bent 1Cinon, Orange or Citron
Peel, lb 30o
New Hominy, pint jars .30o
Effga, Batter, Ches and Battarina.
The best No. 1 Eggs, per dozen... 38o
The best No. 1 Dairy Butter. lb..38o
The best Creamery Butter, carton or
bulk , . . .38c
Neufchatel Cheese, each.. . .....3o
The best No. Country Creamery
Butter, lb. w 32o
Full Cream, Young: America, New
York. White or Wisconsin Full
Cream Cheese, lb 22o
2 lbs. Good Butterino.......23o
Good Table Butterlne, lb .18o
The best; equal to creamery butter.
no Advanoe on Fotatoea at Xaydaa'a.
Our price for tho best Red River
Early Ohio Potatoes, 15 lbs. to the
peck, for i5o
Fresh Shallots, Boots, Carrots, Tur
nips or Radlahes, large bunches, per
Large Head Lettuce, per lioad...7Uo
2 heads fresh Leaf Lettuoe .So
3 bunches fresh Hothouse Radishes
Fresh Horseradish Root, lb 60
Fancy Ripe Tomatoes, lb......7tto
Cape Cod Cranberries, q.t.. ....7Uo
i bunches fresh Parsley ...0o
Fancy Jersey Sweet Potatoes, 3 lbs.
Old Roots, Carrots, Turnips, Parsnips
or Rutabagas, lb lUo
Fancy largo Flat Dutch Cabbage, per
lb. . . ,io
Brussels Sprouts, lb. . ... . ,,i60
Fancy Cauliflower, lb 100
Fancy Hothouse Cucumbers, ea..7Ho
Rice Popcorn, per lb , 60
Fancy California Grapes, lb.,...7Uo
Fancy California Figs, pkg......7Uo
Fancy Hallowe'en Dates, lb BVio
Fancy Fard Dates, lb 150
Our famous brand of Highland Navel
Oranges, per doz, aoo, 200. and 30a
I l Jf mm j yb m m 1191,
Katlnaai, Tnas., Thori. and Bat.
VAUQHAM GLABEK PLAYERS
1,000 SBATSVl 1T35 CENTS
Wait Wak THE WHITE BIBTEb"
Vocket Knives Woidcii'h Xeckwear Watrhes Doran Pins
Made of Simmons' filo Pretty new styles in 10 siie O, K. Watches, These tine gold pins
Btool. 3 and 4 blade, Collars and Jatiots gold plated, flno Amer- , , Th
worth $1.00 will go will go on special salo can lever movement. . . , ' , ej .
on sale cn Tuesday rr- worth ?5.di qq will not catch or tear
at , . bUC at ... aiOC at . . Ip 1 ."o the finest fabric.
The Perelttent and Judicious Vie of
cwiaper Advertising Is tha Road to
Kat. Today, 3:30 Night, 8:30
MISS NEW TOBX, Jr.
With Jos. X. Watson k Will JL Cohan
THE BXB&SW rUNSTBBS
Special Feature Kyaterioas Taldo
Xxtra Tbnrs. Might, Amateur Cabaret
Night Frl. Night. The Country Store
Mat Erary Say ailS Every Night 8:15
Thla W'Hk An Indian Homuict.' Tha Won.
tt Ktille L M Trio, John Wlan!e Ilnnlni.
Utrtun nn win. ni iimi na wtrntr,
J'th WUr lUf lw ot Worl4' EtdU.
1-Ilr UttlpM. Gilleri l(k bfit tuts ,i
tit fll fan. JiJlWX,, il li,. ,
I am going to forget Trust Buster 6c
Cigars for a few weeks and will talk
A thousand merchants will try to sell you
a thouBand different kinds of gifts for men,
but take It from me YOl'R "Old Man" wantB
something that comes from 'John's' Htore. For
Instance. Meerschaum Pipes, Imported Tobaccos,
a fine box of Cigars, Safety ltaiors, Leuthcr
Goods, Toilet Sets, Tobacco Jar. Humidor,
Cutlery and the like. Remen.ber, I am THURU
with good advice
JOHN'S CIGAR STORE
Sixteenth and Harney Streets
The Twentieth Century Farmer
Is the leading- Agricultural Journal or tho west. Its columns at 5
tilled with tho best thought of the day In matters pertaining to
th farm, the ranch and tho orchard, and It Is a factor In tho
dPSplopmeut of the crcat western country,