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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1914)
niK BEK: OMAHA, TUESDAY. (HTUliElt li, 4.
RATE RAISE TOBE DISCUSSED
Railway Commissioners Confer in
Kansas City Over Next Move.
WESTERN STATES WILL JOIN IN
ft. Elisabeth' MoapMat In Lincoln
Celebrates Twenty-Fifth Atsml
Ttnwrri ReTealtnsr Retnark
(Prom a Staff Corrrsnondent)
uct. . special.) nauwir
Commissioner H. Q. Taylor and Rate
Export V. O. Powell of the Rail-way com
mission were in Kansas City Saturday
conferring with members of the state ,
commissions of western states relative to
the opposition to be made by the state
The matter Is being looked after by
Mr. Thorne of the Iowa commission, and
It is expected that all' western state will
join In the effort to keep down the pro
posed rates which will Include service.
Food Fee Report.
The report of the food. drug, dairy and
oil department of the stato for Septem
ber made by Commissioner llarman to
day shows that the receipts of the de
partment for the month were lll.302.5fi.
The Items are: Oil and gasoline inspec
tion, 19,861.62; permits Issued, $1,019; taKS
sold, J310; seed analysis, $5, and miscel
laneous collections $6.78. There wero 2.144
Inspections made during the month, the
largest being, grocery stores, 385; hotels
end cafes, 4i"6; loe cream and confection
cry places, 220; cream etattons, 213, and
cold storage places, 1T9.
St. Elizabeth hospital celebrated Its
twenty-fifth annlcersary yesterday, and
over 1,000 people visited the Institution.
which in that time has grown from a
Fmall Institution with a capital of $34 'to
Additions have been built ,
eince that time on the grounds owned by
the Institution amounting to over $100,000.
Jn addition to this a new addition has
been completed costing $135,009. and an
effort will begin this week to raise $100,000
to complete the payment on this building.
iVhlle the institution is Catholic, there
has been no disposition to keep out any
person no matter what his creed, and
large numbers of charity patients have
been taken to the hospital In th. past
A large committee of Lincoln rltlzenB,
composed of business men of the city,
has taken hold of the matter of raising
the $100,000 and the work will begin this
Veterinarians to Confer.
State V terinarian U C. Kigin Is send
ing out today letters to members of stato
veterinarian associations In the dltrer
cnt states and those who are not con
nected with state associations and also
to veterinarians In states which have no
associations or boards, asking that they
attend a conference of veterinarians
which will meet In Omaha on Thurs
day, October 29, for the purpose of de
vising some uniform method for the ship
ment of cattle from one state 10 an
other and for the regulation of the same.
The meeting will be held in the Live
Stock Exchange building.
Registrations of automobiles have
readied the number of 02,666. Today 130
applications came into the office of the
secretary of state, which Is one of the
largest registrations made for any one
duy this year.
AVOCA WOMAN'S CLUB
AVOCA, Neb., Oct. 5 (Special.) The
Avoca Woman's club entertained the
women of the vicinity who had helped in
settling Nebraska in early days. Mrs.
Cecil Copes, at whose home thn enter
tainment was held, was hostess for the
afternoon. Among the relics exhibited
were candle molds and snuffers, home
spun linen and Indian scalp. Mrs. E. B.
Qulnton was the oldest pioneer present,
coming to Nebraska as a bride in 1S.5S and
.ettling in the community which has been
her home up to the present time. Mrs,
P. P. Pofkham came a little later as a
bride and her husband and his brother
built the flr.'t block of buildings In Lin
coln. Mrs. Samuel Johnson, nee Lucy
Wright, was the oldest woman present
who was born In Nebraska. Her father,
Cyrus Wright, was the first sheriff of
PRIZE BOAR DIES TWO
DAYS BEFORE AUCTION SALE
TECUMSEH, Neb., Oct. B.-(8pec!al.)-In
a sale of thoroughbred Puroo-Jersey
swine, put on here Thursday by Lamb
Brothers and W. M. Putnam & Son, local
breeders, an average price for a large
offering of $S2.j0 per head was secured.
Considering the fact that much of the
stuff was young, this Is good. They had
expected to sell the champion boar,
Kcho's Crimson Wonder, the hog which
took first premium and sweepstakes t
the last Nebraska 8tate fair, but the ani
mal died a day or two before the sale.
The owners of the hog had refused $1,1
for him at the time of the fair, and the
man who made the offer came to the
sale with the avowed purpose of getting
the boar. It was expected the hog would
.bring at least Jl.oOO on the block.
TOUR JEFFERSON COUNTY
FAIRBURT, Neb., Oct. 5. -(Special.)
One of the largest political rallies held tn
Jefferson county In years took plaoo on
Saturday, when the Fairbury Concert
band and a scre of automobiles met the
republican candidates at Plymouth at I
a. ni. and made a tour of the entire
ccunty, touching Daykln, Reynolds, Endl
cott, Steele City, Liller and winding up
with a big open-air meeting on the north
side of the courthouse at $ p. m. The ;
campaign through the county waa made
In a oloud of dust. The candidates In
cluded R. B. Howell, Walter V. Hoag
land, Addison Walt. Charles W. Sears.
F. C. Hamer. W. L. Miner. Thomas Hall
and a number of the county candidates..
SUFFRAGISTS TOUR BURT
COUNTY IN AUTOMOBILES
LYONS, Neb., Oct .-(Special.) The
equal suffrage automobile tour of Burt
county Saturday waa a great success.
Mora than 1.000 people turned out to hear
the speakers at Lyons. Oakland. Craig,
Tekamah and Decatur. Mrs. Will 8. Jay
of Lincoln and the Rev. C. W. Ray,
Methedlst minister of this place, were the
principal speakers, each making five
speeches during the day. Other speakers
acre W. btewart of Craig. B. C. Eoyart,
Map Showing French and Allies in Battle of the Aisne
VMiyoi cmaxohs srHiHitau vuue-j yyyy
VV y VTB ; .U.MDSI
SdAit or hilu VtNt-S ttii lV
democratic nominee for county attorney
of Tekamah; Rev. Mr. Stonecypher. Pres
byterian minister of Decatur, and Mrs.
C. Dunn of Decator.
AGED MAN SERIOUSLY
BEATEN BY BURGLARS
BEATRICE. Neb.. Oct. 4-(Speolal.)
William Hartman, aged TO years, was at
tacked by two burglars at his home In
West Beatrice Sunday morning about 1
o'clock and severely beaten. He sustained
a broken Jaw and a number of ugly con
tiiRlnns on the head The two men fled
t(J tne timbrr alonR th Blu an1
escaped. Mr. Hartman was awakened by
a noise in the house and when he stepped
Into the sitting room the Intruders, who
were In the act of taking a clock from
the shelf, knocked him down and beat
him unmercifully. Owing to his advanced
age his recovery Is doubtful.
News Xotes of Arlington.
Apple picking in this vicinity is In
town having big yields NfiGoJ cmflydrw
full swing, the large orcharrs east of
town having big yields of fruit. The
Ormsby orchard of 5,000 trees will have
nearly 15,000 bushtls.
Claude Morley, a farmer living north
east of town, recently purchased the
Kepfer farm of li0 acres north of
City for $l"i0 per acre.
Another Session of
Congress Next Month
is Not Contemplated
WASHINGTON, Oct.. 6. Outlining the
legislative program for the remainder of
tlje session of congress, President Wilson
told callers today that no extra session
in November was contemplated. He added
that only some extraordinary emergency
would necessitate an extra session fol
lowing adjournment of the short session
The president said the war tax. bill, the
Clayton anti-trust hill and the Alaska
coal leaxlng would complete the Impor
tant work for the presant session. Oc
tober 15 Is the dabs tentatively agreed on-
Arked about threats by Representative
Henry of Texas to fight against an ad
journment until cotton relief measures
were passed, the president said that the
membership of the house, rather than
Mr. Henry, would decide when to ad
journ. For the next session the program as
outlined by the president will Include the
Alexander ship purchase bill, the Philip
pine bill, the general leasing bill, the
general land bill, the general dam Mil
and the usual appropriation bills.
Regarding the presidential primary bill,
vhU,h hg Uyon th(j pTeMdent 8ald today
that he held several conferences on the
subject and found there would be, "great
complexity In framing the details In order
not to conflict with state election laws.
He declared it would be difficult to com
plete tha legislation this congress, but
that he was still at work on the subject.
The president said he did not think it
necessary to act on the safety at sea con
vention during the present session. The
Keyburn securities bill aleo probably will
go over until thet next session.
Avoid Blood Poison
by using Bucklen's Arnica Salve on all
wounds, bruises, sores, scalds, salt rheum,
ttc. Prompt relief for piles. 2ac. All
druggists. Advert isement.
Call Caucus on New
WASHINGTON. Oct 6 Caucus action
to expedite the passage of the war reve
nue bill through the senate was prac
tically agreed on today by democratic
leadis after democrats of the finance
committee had completed their revision
of tho measure as it passed the house.
Perfecting the stamp tax features, the
committee determined to eliminate the
proposed tax on casualty Insurance, life
insurance taxes having bean stricken
from the bill Saturday.
As completed, the measure provides for
the tax of $1.M per barrel on beer, 20 cents
per gallon on sweet wines, 8 cents on dry
wines. 1 cent a gallon on gasoline, 60 cents
ner horsenower on automobile sales, $2
per tl.OOO on bank capital, and surplus,
the special taxes on brokers, tobacco
manufacturers and dealers, and the old
Spanish war stamp taxes. Some admin
istration amendments have ben made.
"It is demed desirable to have a demo
cratic caucus on the measure," said Sen
ator Simmons, chairman of the commit
tee. "Not that there la any particular
Issue, but caucus approval of the bill will
cut down amendments and expedite the
consideration of the bill."
Cheek Kidney Troohle sit tee.
There is such ready action In Foley
Kidney Pills you feel their healing from
the very first dose. Backache, weak, sore
kidneys, painful bladder and Irregular ac
tion disappear with their use. O. Palmer,
Oreen Bay, Wis., says: "My wife Is rap
Idly recovering her health and strength,
due solely to Foley Kidney Pills." And
Tv".' T. Hutchens, Nicholson, Oa., says,
"Just a few dones made me feel better,
and now my pains and rheumatism are all
gone and T sleep all riK-tit long" All
deale i s eve ry whe se . A d v ert isement
German Official Statement Tells of
Capture of Outer Forts at Antwerp
BERLIN, Oct. 6 (By Wireless to Pay
vllle.) An official report from the Ger
man army headquarters says that In the
siege of Antwerp the forts of Llerre,
Waelhem and Konlngshoyckt and the in
termediate redoubts with thirty guns
have been taken.
"Thus a breach has been made In the
outer circle of forts," the report adds,
"rendering an attack on the Inner circle
of forts and the town Itself possible."
Near Auguetowo the Third Siberian and
parts of the Twenty-second Russian army
corps, composing the lert wing or the
Russian army, on crossing the Niemen
river wero defeated after a furious battle
lasting two days. More than 2,000 un-
wounded Russians were made prisoners
and a large quantity of guns and ma
chine guns were captured."
CLAYTON REPORT AGREED TO
Senate Rejects Motion to Recommit
TRUST PROGRAM COMPLETED
Measure Forbids Price Discrimina
tion, Limits Interlocking Direc
torates and Bnra Holding;
WASHINGTON, Oct. S.-The adminis
tration anti-trust program was completed
In the senate late today when the confer
ence report on the Clayton anti-trust
bill was agreed to by a vote of 36 to 4.
The senate voted down a motion by Sen
ator Reed of Missouri to re-commit
the bill to conference.
Senator Reed's motion contemplated the
reinstatement of criminal penalties for
violations of sections specifying methods
of competition declared unlawful.
The conference report will now go to
the house, where Its adoption, with but
brief debate, is expected.
Three democrats voted against the re
port. Senator Lane, Martina and Reed.
Six democrats votod for the Reed mo
tion to recommit. They were Senators
Lane, Martlne, Reed, Thomas, Cardaman
Senator Root was the only republican
who voted against the motion. Senator
Polndexter. progressive, voted against
both the Reed motion and the motion
Provisions of Hill.
As finally agreed to, the bill forbids
prloo discrimination, limits Interlockng
drectorates and prohibits holding coin
Panes where the effect Is to "destroy or
substantially lessen competition."
The bill also declares that "the labor
of a human being Is not a commodity
of'an article of commerce," and exempts
labor and farmers' organization from the
operation of the Sherman anti-trust law.
It revises the law regulating contempt
of court and the use of Injunctions In
labor disputes, making reforms long
domanded by organised labor.
i LINCOLN BEACHEY
(Continued from Page One.)
afternoon at 1:30 and 4:30 o'clock, and at
11:30 a. m. and 2 p. in. on Wednesday.
At his second appearance each day, he
stages his engagement between an aero
plane and a battleship, and droips bombs
onto the latter from a dizzy height The
bombs are simply paper hags containing
flour, and Beachey breaks a hole In the
paper as he hurls them, so that the es
raping flour looks like the smoke from a
fuse as the missile drops onto the ship.
In spite of the wind yesterday and the
height from which he worked, he placed
his first bomb within a few feet of the
mlnature warship, showing the effective
ness of aircraft in destructive work.
Yesterday the spectators stood trans
fixed, dropped their Jaws and caught their
But the ease of his feats Is more ai
parent than real. Dangers of many
kinds threaten his flight at all time.
After viewing the carnival grounds and
city, he said that he never would have
agreed to fly here If he had seen the
place first. The absolute lack of any
space near the Highway, large enough
for him to land In, and the Immediate
danger of high buildings and the carni
val fence, make his Omaha flights un
usually dangerous, he declares.
Fries Higher Than I'snal.
On account of these conditions Beachey
will fly much higher In Omaha than
usual, so as to have plenty of air space
through which he may glide out to the
country, should anything go wrong. His
plane rose several thousand feet before
he attempted his stunts, and at each
flight he will be from 1,000 to 7,000 feet
above his awe-stricken spectators.
Dlpulnsr and KDirallla.
Hipping, coasting, spiralling, loopng
and flying upside down, the during bird
mun certainly demonstrated that he has
Other press matter given out In official
"The force of native troops from British
India, which recently landed at Mar
seilles, has left that port for the north.
"British ships. have arrived at Lisbon
and are probably destined to transport
Portuguese troops. Portugal's co-operation
in the war Is imminent, the mobilisa
tion of the Portuguese forces. It Is be
lieved, having been ordered on tha de
mand of the British government."
"The Roumanian crown prince has been
strongly rebuked for his Rtissophlle agita
tion. The leaders of the Roumanian
parties have declared themsolves in favor
0f continuing the nentral
policy of the
"The government of the
has strengthened the Duth force along
tha frontier districts to disarm Belgian
troops when the latter cross the frontier
kill and nerva to spare In daily flirts
.ith clouds and death.
I As the time for tho flight approached
all eyes In Omaha were turned tow ard j
the western edge of the clly, from whence
he starts. A small speck in the sky at I
first, his big biplane approached quickly,
lor ne travels at a speed or almost a
mile a minute, and has flown at the rate
of over seventy miles an hour on numer
ous occasions. His engine Is of French
make and eighty horse-power. The plane
has a stretch of about twenty-five feet,
small In Stature.
Bcjichey himself is small physically and
quite modest and retiring. In spite of
his big stunts and his large signature on
the Hcnshaw register. When he arrived
from Chicago the first thing he did after
going to the hotel was to buy two extra
suits of underclothing and a heavy win
ter cap, the kind that pulls down ever
tho face and back of the head.
"I'm expecting a real chill when I go
so high to play safe with the closely
built city," he explained. "Guess the
thermometer will be down around 85 de
grees a mile high."
He wears his regular street clothes
while doing his hair-rasing stuns, and
even keeps his monster diamond pin In
his necktie. He merely discards his felt
hat for his winter cap. For each day's
flights the Lincoln Beachey corporation
receives tl,000. Beachey Is president, and
with Barney Oldfleld, the auto speed
demon, owns most of he stock. The two
will stage a race this week at Denver be
tween an aeroplane and an automobile.
The air king straps himself Into the scat
of his biplane, so as to be secure while
looping and flying upside down. He does
not carry passengers, as he says "that is
an old, stale stunt," which he leaves for
amatours to do. He pulls off his flights
with about as much ercltoment to him
self as eating breakfast, but he constantly
realizes the danger he faces in the air,
and says he Is foolish for keeping In the
game. He was the first flyer to take mo
tion pictures from an aeroplane.
Member ( Army. "
He Is a member of the aerial reserve
of tha United States "army, and says he
is ready to fly for the government as a
scout If the country ever goes to war.
His observations of military work hv
aeroplanes led him to believe that such i
work Is an Important factor In modern
warfare, although so far mostly llmlledj
to rnconnolterlrig and bomb throwing. I
According to Beachey, the aeroplanes of I
the allies should have no trouble In de.
stroying the German Zeppelins by drop
ping bombs onto hem. He says the planes
are much easier handled than derlglble i
aircraft, and, therefore, more valuable In i
George Taeger, Omaha flyer, !s so-1
quainted with tho famous daredevil, as
both have flown at the same aerial meets
in past years. .
Before his flight Beachey was the guest
of Randall K. Brown and other Ak-Sar-
Ben governors for luncheon at the Coun-i
Suit for Big Sum
Filed by Heirs of
Man Dead 75 Years
NEW YORK. Oct. 5.-A administra
te of the estate of John H. Beach, who
died mora than seventy-five years ago,
Edyth I. Macee has riled suit in the
supreme court against Calvin B. Beach.
Elisabeth Ten Kyck Beach and Emily
Beach Condon, trustees of the estate of
E. Kellogg Beach, who died In Chicago
In 1S97. The suit Is for V40,000 and Inter
est for more than twenty-four years.
hrlnKing the total amount sought up to
more than fl.aOO.OOO. less oertaln credits.
The suit waa tranaferred here today for
trial from Cayuga county. New York.
It Is charged that E. Kellogg Beach
appropriated amounts or 1340,00) and
MOO.OOO. realised on the sale In lKiO of two
parcels of real aetata In Cook county,
Illinois, which had beun conveyed to hun
In trust, although nominally conveyed to
him as the youngest ion of John II.
Beach. No acoountlrig has ever been
made, the suit alleges, by E. Kellogg
Beach or his n-lrs.
lite Want Ads Produce Kcaulti.
SOMEONE MAY GET 'PINCHED'
Lincoln Highway Association After
Those Who Violate Copyrights.
COMMERCIALIZING THE SIGN
nttittlii 1 rndrsmrti SfrU tn UlveH
llnalnt-a to Their lxr l Mark
Ina i'nke Honda Ttiroaith
Someone is glr.R to ret "Ptnrhed
the copyright is furl her violated, name,
devices and markets of the Lincoln lllith
wy association, for A. H. l'ardlngt in
has Just written i l-ttrr to National Con
sul II. K. Krcilrlckson cnllltiit attention
to the fuel (hut ix-stdrs a federal copy
right th Highway nssiclntlo:i h.i niw
protected Its name, tovlces ai.d. mnr'tcrs
by registry in the kU!o of NVhris'ta, and
that prosecutions run be bmugiit both
under the federal copyright laws and
the slnt lows of Nebratk-i.
"Vou have In your files, said the letter,
"cases that could be prosecuted now, but
I bollcie that proper publicity will iimke
It unnecessary to prosecute unless 'here
are further violations."
When the red, whlto and Mue pole
markers was decided upon many who
wanted the Lincoln highway and could
not have It, begun to paint poles with 'he
official colors nnywav. This ;s one yt the
violations against which complaint la
made. Some garages, anxlnu t.i do re
pair work and sell gasoline to truns-
Furred tongue. Bad Colds, Indigestion,
Sallow Skin and Miserable Headaches
come from a torpid liver and constipated
bowels, which cause your stomach to be
come filled with undigested fond, which
sours and ferments like gnrbage In a
swill barrel. That's the first step to un
told misery indigestion, foul gases, bai?
breath, yellow skin, severe colds, every
A 130 25 Oi BO
Do yon realize that thero is a wide difference be
tween the hent values of different brands of eoalf
We know EVERBURN COAL to be the best nil
around poft coal in this market, and the best to maintain
and increase our business.
It is exceptionally well prepared iU freedom from
oversized and undersized coal and dust is remarkable.
High in heat value, clean, hot and lasting as its name
indicates, it gives full efficiency wherever used, with
economy as the direct result.
Coal having these qualities must be popular, as dem
onstrated by our enormous business on EVERBURN
Become an Everburn
and service. Remember EVERBURN val car
ries our guarantee of satisfaction. Price
WE SELL THE BEST GRADES OF ALL GRADES.
120 South 17th St.
Don't Say, "I Want
a Box of Matches"
Would you go into
a grocery store and
say, "Give me a
cake of soap?"
No! You would ask
by name for the
kind of soap that is
best adapted to
So with breakfast
foods. You wouldask
by name for the
kind that has the
pleasantest taste or
is most nourishing.
Follow this rule with
matches. Tell the
grocer you want
If you ask for
ness knows what
you may get
Sc, All grocers.
rontineiital tourij-t a. pnlnl-.l the lan ""'L, F0LLETTE REFUSES
nimli in tliln m ilter, v.ti'.v
frniitlnir mi tho l.inini.i
iu.r.Ki.i i .1.. n,i. !
Arrested as Spy by
LONDON, Oct r.-U;'. p. nil Rev. Al
bert A. llli.inis of Boston has leached
Ijondon nftcr arrest and Imprisonment
In Hrussi Is. lit the hands of the (Germans
1 nn rlini'Ki'S of being nn Knglish spy and
with t r t ik to buy Information concerning
itlie movement of Herman troops,
j Notes made b Mr. Illinois 111 a
Kreneh dictionary for a sermon on th
horrors of war fell Into the hands of tin;
Hermans, when he was arrested. A Ocr
jmnn lieutenant thought they constituted
code messages l ecause of the abbreviated
'form In which they had been put down.
I Mr. Williams was artested at tlie Metro-
pule hotel tn Brussels, nnd taken to the
Herman military hend iiai lets. . He waa
Iwld along with thirty other prisoners,
mostly Belgians, and put through a very
drastic examination. He was not per- I
mltted to communicate with Brand Whit
lock, th American minister In Brussels.
Finally he persuaded a Oermnn student
that h was not a spy and he managed to
gel a letter to Mr. Yhltlock, who brought
about his roleise.
Ads Are the Best Business
Bowels! 10 Cents
thing that la horrible and nauseating.
A Cascaret tonight will surely straight
en you out by morning u 10-cent box
will keep your head clear, stomach sweet,
liver and bowels regular and make you
feel cheerful and bully for months.
Hon't forget your children their lit
tle Insldrs heed a good, gentle, cleansing,
BOXCS'ANV DRUG STORE
CC HT BOKf 9j
furnace Lump . .
customer, buy the best in coal
Phone Tyler 40.
Ask for Safe Home
Matches and you will
that money will buy.
spark don't sputter
don't break a real
match. Inspected and
labeled by the Under
Ask for them by name.
REQUEST OF M00SERS
MADISON. W,s , Oct. fi P?nntor Rob
ert M. IjiKo'.ette today declined the re
ouest of progressives to enter the raca)
ns an Independent for the governorship
To Darken Hair
Apply Sage Tea
A few application of S;ic Tea and
Sulphur In inns liack Its vlfror,
(dor, rIuss nml thickness.
Common garden sage brewed Into
i heavy tea with sulphur and nleohoU
added, will turn gray, streaked and faded
hair beautifully dark and luxuriant, r
move every bit of dandruff, stop scalp
I Itching and falling hair. Just a few
I applications w ill prove a revelation If
I your luilr is fading, gray or dry, scrag
glv and thin. Mixing tlio Sage Tea)
and Sulphur recipe at home, though. IS
troublesome. An easier way Is to get tha
ready-to use tonic, costing about B0 rents
a large lu-ttle at drug stores, known as
"Wyrth's Sage and Sulphur Compound."
thua avoiding a lot of muss.
While wispy, gray, faded hair Is not
sinful, we all desire to r. tain our youth-,
ful appearance and attractiveness. By
darkening your hair with Wyeth's Sago
and Sulphur, no one run tell, because 11
does so naturally, so evenly. Toil Just
dampen a sponge or soft brush with it
and draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time; hs morning;
all gray hairs have disappeared, and.
after another application or two, your
hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy.
' soft and luxuriant.
The printer cannot pro
duce good printing by use
ing cuts which are made
in a "devil may care"
manner. Neither can a
newspaper show good il
lustrations unless the cuts
for this purpose are made
"We know the require
ments of newspapers when
it conies to making cuts
and will give you tha benefit
of our long experience. W
employ In our engraving, art
and photo department, the best
workmen that can be found for
tbe class of work required.
Zinc Etchings, IB gq. In,' or
Newgtonag, 60 or 85 screen,
10 gq. In. or less, 80e.
Copper Halftones, 10 sq. In,
or less, $1.&0.
The Bee Engraving Dept.
ISO In aiag-n Oaths, Kelt.
Twentieth Century Farmer
The MisBouri Valley's
greatest farm paper
110,000 copies weekly
The prices for good homes,
business property, acreage.
There never was a better
time than the present to Invest
in Omaha real estate. An in
vestment now in Omaha real
estate is not only safe, but a
sure profit-maker for the fu
ture. The prospective Investor,
lare or small. Is showing fore
Right and good business Judg
ment v-hen ha sets out to ao--quaint
himself with real estate
i-ouUilious and values.
The real estate columns of
The Bee contain the i hoicest
offerings on the Omaha market.
Ileal estate men who have
HEAL opportunities ALWAYS
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Full information and the
latest news about real estate
values can be obtained from an
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tisements. If you are well In
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