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TILE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1013.
Meat Prices Go Up
Each Week; Butter
! 'Also Goes Up Cent
Beef has ndvuncrd 1 cent nnd mutton 3
centH a pound npnln this wpck. 1'or- tho
last month now n rnlp of nt least 1 cent
has been recorded each week, and the
butchers' product still seems to be strong
on the marked Tho lowest figures for
retail meats are about as follows: Hind
quarters of mutton, 10V4 cents a pound;
forequarters, 9V4 cents; pork shoutdors,
ii cents; pork loins, Wic hams, 17H
cents; bacon. 17H, 30 and 35 cents; pot
roast, lo and 12H cents, nnd beef steaks
from 1JV4 to SO cents a pound.
Butter advanced 1 cent this week, now
retailing at 3tS cents a pound. Flour,
too, has suddenly risen In wholesale
price. The advance recorded was. 10 cents
on the barrel. The prlco remains at
$1.10 a sack temporarily.
Sugar Is still weak, now selling retail
at twenty-two pounds for 11.. . Albert
King:, manager of Hayden Bros." grocery
department, believes It will decline to
twenty-five pounds for $1 before midsummer.
A Mfr l'rnlilrm Solved
by that great hcnltli tonic. Electric Hit
ter. Is the enrichment of poor, thin
blood and strengthening tho weak. 60c,
For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement.
Practical Joke
Brings a Lawsuit
How a practical Joke went wrong and
resulted In a suit for H.ono damages, Is
recited In a petition filed by Emit Doblo
against William Uvlck. prize fighter, In
county court. '
Uvlck poured wool nlcohol over Doble's
shoe. It Is alleged, and set fire to It
with a match. But It happened that there
wan a hole In the too of the shoe and the
burning fluid flowed over his foot, It Is
said, nnd much grief resulted.
Such was Doble's nwakcnlng from
sleep on March JO In his rooms over a
restaurant at Twenty-fourth and N
streets. South Omaha, where he was em
ployed. Tho plaintiff alleges that he
cannot work and that he has endured
much sufforlng,
ROSEN BLUM'S
High School Student
Missing from Home
John .Itzelsberger, aged 14 years, and
b student of the Omaha High school, .
disappeared from his home, 1807 North 1
eighteenth street, the evening of March
3 nnd ha not been heard from. The
police have senrched for tho lad. Ills
parents can glvo no explanation for IiIh
disappearance and fear ho has met with
an accident.
Specials for Saturday
i tout e cans.
.1, M. Early Juno I'cas, regular
16c cans, for
Advo Sifted Poas, worth 18c,
for
Ilurnham nnd Morrill's Mnlno
the finest packed, rcgulur 16c
cans for
J. M. Fancy Green String Beans,
nrv irood. 16c fin for
Ivory or Fels' Naphtha Soap, per bar,
3Ho; 6 barn 21o
Hold only with jriler of other gro
cerlns, exrept sugar.
I IG
14 c
l,
12c
lie
PIG PORK ROAST, per lb....10 3-4
tro.ti Ttrnoamt Rurlnp- r.hleknn. our own drcsslne ir3i
We received direct from the country a rarload of livo chickens, all of
Wo rccolved direct from tho country a carload of live chlckena all or
which go on sslo Saturday AVe dress them for you.
Our delivery system la the best In Omaha. Your meat Is kept on Ice.
from the time you buy It until It reaches your home.
Stoer Pot Koast lOd nnd 9
Bteer Steak 13
Veal RoaBt 12 H
Lamb Less 1JJ si
Mutton Roast I Sugar Cured nacon 12i94J
Small Hams 10'74 ' 1 I-can Hams 159i
S3 lbs. of the Hast annotated ougir. , $1-03
With 1 lb. of tea. 60c, or with 1 lb. of cocoa, 60c.
11 ban! of II. K. A. or D. C. Soap
at 85o
With 4 lbs. of Wanhlng Soda 10o
6 lbs. of navy beans 3So
Banner brand preserves 100
10 lbs. of chick feed 25o
10 lbs. of oatmonl 35o
Macaroni or spaghetti, pkg. 7H
10c cans of corn or flnkea ....Go
6c pkgs. bent garden seeds 3 for lOo
PUBLIC MARKET
Best brands of flour 91.16
Bumford baking powder ...... 18o
Prunes, figs or apples, lb. ....Bo
I,argo prunes or peaches, 3 lbs. BBo
S cans of oil sardines OBo
lOo pkg, raisins or oats .....7Ho
Aksarben coffee ,...30o
Full cream cheese lOo
Duck eggs for setting SSo
Country candled eggs BOo
1611 Harney St.
Phone:
Douglas 2793
WHILE THEY LAST
SPECIALS VOii SATURDAY.
KTLLARNEY HOSE RUSHES, each JOd
BRIDAL WREATH, nlco plants, each lOd
RUSSIAN MULI1ERHY HEDGING, per hundred $1.50
FRANK MARTIM, IGIO Howard ftt.
Better Groceries for ! Monty.
Tho following specials aro all first class
quality and we guarantee everything to
be satisfactory or refund your money.
IIKHT .SIHJAK, 22 lbs. for 1.00
11WIH IIKLL FLOUR, 48-11). sack . .l.JO
RUNKI8T FLOUR, 4K-lb. snck .. .SI."
liKST RTU FLOUn, sack, 70o and - .91.36
2Rc Chick Fowl lj
Shortnlean Health Oems, sack 25
26c Calumet linking Powder 3Jo
2Rc Hn"ford Making Powder 30o
Id'owlP' Dlnnern, P.iuo Hiver or meni
Best Creamery Butter, lb. . . . . . . . . . .37o
ollll.. 1..V FRKHH COt'N
TRV 1COOH, received from Blnlr, Neb.
per dozen , ;
3-lb. Tall X.rd Compound, special.. 890
10-lb. Pall Lard Compound "LOO
26c Forest City Jem "
10c Kamo Corn Starch ?
Baker's Cocoa "
Crlsco or Snowdrift, 26c size Mo
a pkgs. Kamo Jelly
3 10c rolls Toilet Pnpcr 19
Full 2-lb. i nn Sunllte Ooffeo .00o
Very best Cream or nrlok Cheese, lb. ago
Very best Navy Dentin, 6 lbs 3
Large can Tomatoes
3 cans Sugar Corn for 15
10 bars Diamond C Soap 2Co
0 bars Ivory Soap JOo
4 lbs, best Wanning Powder J9
Laundrv Queen, tne nest wnuo inumirv
sonp. 3 Imrs 10o S bars 30o
88.00 given away to the person guessing
the nearest correct number of cans of
Calumet Baking Powder in our window.
Mall Orders rilled, Write for Price Iilst.
Department M.
L. ROSEN BLUM
008 IT. 10th St. 16th and Burt
Douglas 0882.
NO CREDIT NO DELIVERY
Rarely does one find a raarkot
refusing credit and making no de
liveries, of orders. The dealer who
docs not do thla must havo a good
mison for breaking away from
this custom. Wo have; wo find
that wo can glvo better service,
better meat and better prices by
making this a strictly cash market.
Order your Sunday moat hero and
don't forget our choice homo
dressed chlokon.
We make and specialize In Home
Cured Sams and Bacon, Home Ren
dered Iuurd and all kinds of Home
Blade Saueagw. We know them to
bo the very best on the Omaha mar
ket. Choice Home Dressod Chickens.
JOS. BATH'S GASH MARKET
Tel. Doug. OOfM. 1021 Fornnm St,
The kind the children like.
Tip-Top Bread
Thoy know it is good, wholesome and
fresh, nnd they will bo glnd to bring
it homo when you send thorn after bread.
'Try Tip-Top if yon are not buy
ing it now. You will find many
imitations, but only one Tip-Top.
IL P. Steam Baking Co.
tplj mouth and yQU !
Pj30)j and I'M give you something to make you wise"
VJ A surprise for you six tempting varieties of
.J "The Quality Biscuits of America" FREE.
'TjymMgJ Send the coupon for your
knii v TiHnH "purpose ix containing i
1IKCTB Sunshine Yum-Yums and
MMMBMBsUP five other delicious kinds j
iasasaSsBBsaVBHcs7.sFafal nF Sunchmo Wicr-mtc I Natnt .
Biscuits I
Uo.WU(BUcultComur. Onialiu.
Plioe itnd rot FREE my "SurptUt Bos"
cfattorltd Sunthlns Bltcultt.
AddUt..,. .,
Oroctr't Mam..
Ad drsM Hiitiw,.
i.iri jsrwM.
Boys'
50c
Blouse
Waists
39c
MODERATE PRICED
SUITS FOR MEN
$15, $18, $20
If Fifteen, Eighteen or Twenty dollars
Is your suit prlco Sir! come licro for tho
hct suit your money enn buy!
Tho ever increasing demand for milts
nt these populnr prices, hns prompted
us to offer special values nnd wo point
with pride to our Fifteen, Eighteen and
Twenty dollar suits nnd say
Match Them If You Can !
Wo ask tho opportunity of showing
you these special suit values.
A. i LYEK h OH SA i UR AY
.Men's suits, miulo in tJie latest fashion from strictly all wool
coHsliiicrc plain and fancy blue scrgo nnd
worsted fabrics these sell regulariy for
$15.00 special, for Saturday
$10.00
OMAHA'S LARGEST AND DEST
TROUSER DEPARTMENT
Wo offer you tho greatest selec
tion of high grado trousers4 to bo
found In the city, at pricen that
are beyond competition. SEE
THE IlEAUTIKUL TROUSERS
AVE SEfili FOR
$1.90, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50,
$4.00, $5.00 and $6.00
EXTRA SPECIAL
"Cooper Knit" Union Suite 91
quality, Sntur- (ZQ-
day, for OJC
PURE SILK HOSE
Colors Navy Gray 1 QJL
nnd Green; Saturday. J.rfCi'jj'C
8ALE OF 100 DOZEN
Men's Shirts Mnny with soft
collars to match A o
75c quality, for.
Greatest Millinery Bargains
Ever Offered this Early In the Season
9AA Beautiful Trimmed Dress Hats worth up QK
I WW to $10, Bpecial price for SATURDAY onlyOH.Ull
Our Special Street Hat at $2.45 can only be compared with
tho "kinds others show
at
$4 and $5
Copies of Imported Paltorn Hats from $6 to $12
AVo Glvo Green Trading Stamps.
Retrlmmlng and Ordor Work a Specialty.
NEW LOCATION 118 SOUTH 16TH ST.
Formerly at 1014
DOUOLAS ST. (2d Tloor)
Twentieth Century Dental Work
In all tho rnnso
iof science "there Is
1 none so complete'
as natural art. If!
nature had Intend-'
ed that wo should
have ha 1 1 teeth
teeth that are unclean and unsanitary, then the crime of misfortune would
not be laid to blame on tho dental profession. It is a recognized fact that
90 per cent of diseases Is contracted by food, drink and the air we breathe.
A clean mouth keeps the gateway of the body clean and staves off dlseastj.
Too often tho cfistly prlco of an unclean mouth. Is sickness and death. We
need twentieth century teeth, sanitary, whole teeth, teeth that will keep the
mouth clean and healthy. Dr. Todd's way Is the twentieth century way
clean, healthy and sanitary whole teeth. A civilization that spells success,
comfort and health Is but a child of yesterday.
Teeth that 'are sound, clean and sanitary havo an influence positive and
direct to financial and social success. Seo Dr. Todd and bo convinced.
DR. TODD, Office 403 Brandels Building. Phono Doug. 2922
SHIR TS
New Spring Patterns
AT ALL GOOD STORES
1.60 to 510.
For the Man Who Demands Fit, Style and Service
EARL & WILSON
(Makers of Red-Man Coll urn.)
jlmBlilBllilB
MRS
WINSLOW'S
SOOTHING
SYRUP
FOR
CHIIOREN
TEETHING
Qniiili;! 'I net uirtl it for her
babi, Molher u.cJit (or ner
liable. A nc now I am utiug It
(or ray babv " So ipokc me
youog mother Thrct GencratlMt.
It Soothe the Child, it Softens
the CutPt. It Alley the Pain.
It Kelioee Wind Colic. And it
U the Bee Remedy for lufentlle
Diarrhoea. Fercreblr known
nH M nil peer the world.
TWENTIETH CEmTU&Y FARMER
llcnt ut All l'arm MuiailiifJ.
The
Boys'
Store
FOR SHOES
We tako a sreat deal
of Pride In our Boys'
uhoes. We have left no
stone unturned in our ef
fort to give the parents
of Omaha the Best value
possible In Boys' Shoes
the result 1b
TEEL
HOD
HOES
S
They are so good that
wo guarantee them to
outwear two pairs of
ordinary boys' shoes.
Boys' 1 to 5, S2.50
Llttlo gents. 10 to 13,
S2.00
Drexel
1419 Famm St.
9
RAPHAEL-PRED CO.
FIRE SALE
For This Saturday Will Break
All Records
DOORS OPEN AT 8:00 O'CLOCK SHARP
AH Men's Clothing, Shoes and
Furnishings on Main Floor
$2.50
MKN'S
SMOKS
$4 Men's
Shoes nnd
Oxfords
$15 Men's
Spring Top
Overcoats
98C S.35js2-85 25c
85c
MEN'S
SHIRTS
50c Men's
Underwear
Soiled
912.50 I SH.50
Men's All M UN'S
Wool Suits ' SUITS
4-85
Men's
Slip-on
Itniii Coats
91 Men's
Union Suits
Soiled
2 851 85! 25C
MEN'S
FANCY
HOSIERY
3c
81 MEN'S
SPRING
CA1S
I9c
$2 MEN'S
FINE
PANTS
$2 Men's
Hnts', a lit
tle mussed
S22.50 91.50 $2 MEN'S $12.50 $2.50
Men's Wor- Men's and DRESS Men's Win- ROYS'
sted Suits Yotint: SHIRTS tnrO'coats SUITS
s7-85 air 59c W 75c
MEN'S $1.00 $1.50 BOc $1.50
SILK MEN'S MEN'S Suspenders Men's
Neckwear SHIRTS Dress Shirts Perfect White- Shirts
?c 35c 45c 15c 50c
25c Rubber 50c Jlen's $1.50 $3.00 1 $2.50
Collars Heavy PAJAMAS MEN'S MEN'S
Each Wool Sox only HATS PANTS
5c 9 c 39c 1 95c 1 95c
$2.50 ' $ 1.50
MEN'S i Men's Shoes
HATS i nnd Oxfoitls
50c
.85
AH Ladies' and Children's Garments,
Furnishings, Shoes, etc., 2d Floor
S2.50
Boys'
Shoes &
Oxfords
98c
Ladles'
Oxfords,
White,
Rlack
and Tan,
Pair
75c Silk
Hose,
Black,
Brown
nnd White
Ladles'
Shoes,
White,
Black
and Tun
Ladles' ladles' nnd Muslin
nnd Misses' Misses' Spg. Gowns,
Spring Coats, Princess
Suits, $8.05, Slips,
$8.05 $0.05 etc., very
$5.05 and $5.05 nnd fine
$3.95l'3-95 98c
Children's Misses' Misses'
Oxfords Oxrords, White Ox-
and Shoes fowls nnd
Shoes, nnd Pumps
for Pumps 08c nnd
25c 79c 49c
Women's &
Children's
Shoes,
mussed
25
GRDLE
CORSET
Perfect
Women's &
Children's
Shoes,
mussed
59c
Children's
HOSE,
Damaged
Women's ana
Children's
Shoes,
SUtrUtly
Soiled,
48c
Children's
Hose, all
colors, wet
Darning
Cotton,
Spool
for
c
200-yard
Spool Cott'n
nnd Linen
Thread
Ic
sBSk
inn lc 3C 1 bC 3C
s -Sr- -is- n
5c 10c 15c 1 25c S.69
WBtB&B1 "'l'?'!" iT' 91 Kimono 10c Ladles'
$160 House $2 Ilouso 'a,i Aprons, dark VESTS
Dresses, and Street
5t Dresses A"2S f" "
R9c 98C 29C 39c 3c
Calldren's
Kose, all
colors,
perfeot
Ladles'
H'stitched
H'kerchlefs
15c Tjndles'
VESTS
perfect
7c
ClilWren's
Spring
Coals
ages2-5
$4 Ladies'
Mackinaw
Raincoats
LADIES'
UNION
SUITS
Muslin Cor
set Covers
& Drawers
98c 19c 25c 59c
Corsets
ZTucall, P. P.,
Orace and
T. W.
Iiadies'
Waists,
00c, 48c
and
98C
$1.50
White
Muslin
Petticoats
Children's
Dresses,
08c, 48c
and
35c 69c29c98c
Misses'
& Juniors'
Dresses,
$1,48 mid
$8.50 Serge $12.50 Net i
Dresses, . At Lingerie I
$0.50
Lingerie
White
83.50 Skirts,
Xikdles and
Misses'
$4.50 SkiiU
all wool
serges,
all i Dresses, Wiute ,lxes, i,,
colors ' perfect Dresses $1.48 and etc
Wsa.95s2,95;s1.95 s.98
RAPHAEL-PRED CO.
FIRE SALE LOCATION
1414 HARVEY STREET
3WtNTIETH CbNlUK r-AriiVltrt

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