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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1917.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
fittALL MO.' rrm liu cash nd $6 month
ly; no lottrsat or Um; blthly productlr
Itod; oIom to S trie market Writ for
photographs and toil Information. Munfor,
A-11 N T- Lift Blrtf.. Kansao City, Mo.
great Bargains is down and it
monthly, buy 46 aoroa, good fruit and
poultry laua, noar town, aouthm ftils
ao'irl. Prtco only $10. Addru Box 808,
Bxcolslor Spring, Mo.
WE OWN 150,000 ACRES.
$7.50 to $25.00 per acre,
GRIMMER LAND CO.,
189 ACRES rich toll, 16 cleared, balance
timber, pasture, house, barns, silo; bor
ders nlo lake, 3 miles town, 889 per
sere. Easy termi. Tom u. Mason. Cum
I HAVE three cattle ranches stocked with
Herefurde ; one In New Mexico, one la
Arizona and one In Texas. Priced right
Watts. E87 Faiton BIk.
FARM LAND WANTED
RAKCHKS, Farm Lands, bought, sold, ex
eh t nd p ind R E M-r-igomory
Real Estate. Loans. Mortgages.
City and Farm Loans
t, and 8 per cent Also first mort
gages on farms and Omaha real estate for
sals. J. H. Dumont Co.. 418-18 Keellns
Bldg., 17th and Harney.
THB UKKAThiHT UAiN 61,718
In paid want ads ever made by any
Omaha paper la the record of THB
OMAHA BKE for 1811.
BBHT RMHULTS LOWB8T RATaV
6 PER CKNT to 8 per cent on beat class olty
residences In amount $1,000 up; also
farm loans. Reasonable commission.
PETERS TRUST CO.. t Karnam 81
. SHOPUN ft CO., PRIVATE MONHT.
4600.00 to loan on Omaha, real estate or
Central Neb. land.
W. L.. Sulby A Sons. Keellna Bldg.
JrlONKY to loan on Improved farms and
ratx-bea We also buy good farm mort
ga ges. Kiok. Inv. Co.. Omaha.
RELIABLE Insurance, Set O'Nell's Real
Estate and Insurance Agency. 32-t Bran
rels Theater. Tel. Tyler t03.
MONET 00 and
farm loans. H. W.
National Bank Bldg.
urn Nal Bk Bide.
6 VI MONKV H AKKISON MORTON.
IP 1 Omaha Nt. Bank Bid..
Sta aha homes, bast neb farms.
O'KEKFB R B CO.. 1H16 UMhl Nat'l,
FaRM and olty loan. 6-61. and 6 par cant
W H Thomaa. Keellne Bide; Doua
WOULD REALTY CO.
CITY and tarm loana, lowest rate.
B. H LOUUEB. Inn., 6SS Keellne Bldl.
1100 to SlO.nno made promptly. P. D. Weed,
Weed Bide, tnth and Farnam Sts.
LOW RATES C O CARI.BERQ. Ill
Brandt-le Tliealer Bldl. u. tit.
NO DK1.AY III olnatng loana. W X. Qrabam.
04 Bee Hid,
Abstract of Title.
If am Title, Guaranty, and Abatract Co..
XYCH mt g. nth St.. ground floor.
Bonded by Mara. Bonding and Inn. Co.
REED ABSTRACT CO.. oldoal abatract of
flc. In Nenraeka zl Brandela Theater.
WANTED A largo loan on 1,000 acres good
western Iowa land, two seta of Improve
ments. Call Douglaa 2410.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
Repreaent prompt pay Insurance com.
Denies i4a Brandela Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
' 1IHED CAfl DKVT.
Donritn) :iur,. 2047-1" Farnam.
Tounaff cars and roadster of Overland,
8tud v..:: Iter, Mn.xv.-oll, Ford, Oaklana,
Mlietx-ll, Bu Irk and Hudson makes,
TKRMB IP DS-SI'IED.
Prompt attention given to dl Interested
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE
2209 Farnam 8t. Douglas 3810.
914 HupmobUe "32" 8.100
1D16 Saxon $860
1 PI j Overland Touring 8311,
1914 Chalmers "6" Sacrifice
FOR SALE CHEAP -New Walte 8 - 9
tactor, road speed i to 12 miles, working
Hpeed 1 to 2hk miles per hour; weight
2,700 lbs.; Waukeshaw motor, 8x54 ;
can bo equipped with rubber tlrea fnr
road work. Factory price $660, our price,
8600. The T. Q. North wall Company.
Cash rebate on your auto Insurance pol
icy If your car Is equipped with
Phone Douglas 8817. 894 Brsndels Bldg.
WANTED To trade a speedy roadster for
a HupmobUe 32. i'.y car la In good me
chanical condition and very fast. Phone
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO CO.
Used Car l. ,
2216-1S Farnam St. ' Douglas 858.
Almost any make at reasonable prices.
FOR SALE -Four-passenger roadster, six
cylinder Continental motor; all standard
parts; two extra tires, spot. light, etc. 2C66
WE will trade you a ntw Ford for your
INDUSTRIAL OARAGE CO.,
tOtta and Harney. Douglas 8161.
CASH FOR TOUR USED CARS.
AUTO EXCHANGE. 2107 FARNAM. D. 60S6.
161 raven port St.
60 Per Cent Hav?l on Year Tire Experts.
FORD coupe, electric starter, new tires, per
fect condition throughout. E. C. Kinney,
Douglas 6626, Hotel HarUy, Omaha.
WILL pay CASH FOR several used TWO
'CYLINDER CARS. Phone Harney 6708
and ask for JOHN.
BERTSCHY "Kan-FIa-It." Southeast coi
ner 30th and Harney Sta. Dguglas 8661
TELL & B INK LEY, auto repalrl'tiff; "expert
mechanics. 2318 Harney St. D. 1640.
ONlT"Burcktruck7",50i) W See BihTer, 111
S. llth St.
Auto Livery and Garages.
EXPERT auto repairing, "service car al
ways ready." Omaha Oarage, 2010 .Har
ney St Tyler 686.
Auto Repairing and Painting.
$100 reward for magneto we can't repair.
Colls repaired. Baysdorfer. 810 N. 18th.
NEB. Auto Rdlator Repair Service, and
prices right 818 8 Hth D TS80.
Motorcycles and Bicycles
HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES Bar
gains In used machines. Victor Roos, "The
U otoreycle Man." 17Q8 Leavenworth.
Horses Live Stock Vehicles
Stallion of brilliant strain,, clear
- fast black, good action, size and
splendid breeder. Have rheumatism,
not able to take care of him. A bar
gain, $700. F. O. B., write box 46,
A PERCHERON pedigree horse; I years
old, for sale; weighs 1,800 lbs.; registered;
No. 1 horse. Matt Trlerweller, Fullerton,
CLOSING out' Isdrses, harness, wagons and
buggies of all! kinds. Jones Stable, 1114
ONE bay mars, weighs 1.000 lbs.; one
black mare, weighs 1.876 lb. Florence 188.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
8. C. R. I. Red cockerels; extra good ones.
8S26 N. 17th. Colfax 8172.
FOR SALE One and" one-half dosen laying
hens. Phone Tyler 1078W.
SnlTTgriiiFBoToO AW "Wagner. 801 N Yh
THB GREATEST OAIN 5J.TII
In Paid Want-ada ever . made by aa
Omaha paper, la the record of TBB
OMAHA BK (or ltl.
BEST REL-LT3 LOWEST HATH.
11ISS LARSON Bathe, maasefs and maol
curlne. Scalp and facial maasaga. Staata
In.tl-.ute. lsot Harney 8L D. 10J. Opea
evenlnga and flundaya.
LUBLLA WKB8TKR, nasaaga and manl
curln,. til Paiten BIk. Red lev).
MISS a. BENJAMIN, manicuring, fecial
scalp treatment. Btaau Ina. 1606 Harney.
MAE BRUGMAN. acl.ntiflo maaaeusM and
baths, 101 Karb.cn blk. Red 1717.
SWITCH Eb pompadours and curia made
from combings. Call Colfax 2661.
ALL Right Private Maternity Bom. Mil
Miami St Webster 8601.
SCIENTIFIC massage. CO Be Bldg. Phone
Manicuring and mass. 1621 Farnam. Rm. 1.
MIPS LILLT, bath massage, llll Faniam 8L
B. BROTT Magnetic massage. 2424 Cuming
MONEY TO LOAN
COULD TOU USB
1240.00 OB MORA
If yon could get It .t a yery low rats
of Interest and where you would be pro
tseted from high rats and rnfalr treat
Why deal with a company that does not
treat your deal with utmost privacy.
We do not advertise misleading rates
and ws give you a contract book, showing
Just what yon ars charged for. the loaa
and the amount of each payment per
Our bond and Uoense protects yon bo
lides we have been in business twenty-flvs
OMAH. LOAN COMPANY.
J40 Paxton Jblk- Tel. Douglas 8388.
FURNItCrk, pianos. Ind. notes ss security?
840 8 -mo. U. U. gds., total cost, $8.80;
840 - Indorsed notes. toUl oost, $8.80.
Smaller, larger am'ts., proportional rata.
PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY.
Organised by Omaha Business lion.
488 Rose Bldg.. 18th acd Farnam. Ty. 888.
814 a Dla. Gross. 410 N. Hth. R. 808L
NOTICE OF STOCK HOLDERS' MEETINO
Notice Is hereby given that ths regular
snnual meeting of the stockholders of the
South Platte Land Company will bo held
at the office of said Company, Room 701,
First National Bank Building, Lincoln, Ne
braska, at 11 o'olock a. m.. oo ths Beventb
day of March A. D 117.
Lincoln, Nebraska, March 8th, 1817,
C. H MORRILL, President
W. W. TURNER, Secretsry and Treasurer.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of The Bee Publishing Company will b
held at the office of said company, Omaha.
Nebraska, at 4 o'clock p. m.. on Monday,
March 6th, 1917. for the election of the
Board of Dime tors for the ensuing year
snd for the transaction of such other busi
ness as may properly com before ths meet
Inn. By order of the President.
N. P. FEIL. Secretary.
Bank clearings In the United States for
we?k ending February 28. as reported to
Bradstreet's Journal, New York, aggregate
84,610,644.000, against $4,714,657,000 last
week and $3,057,770,000 in this week last
year. Canadian clearings aggregate $100.
507.000, as against $175,864,000 last week
and $152,318,000 In this week last year.
Following are the returns for this week and
last, with percentages of change shown
this week as compared with this wsek last
Amount j Ino. I Deo,
Now York ....
Kansas City . . ,
Baltimore . , . . .
Minneapolis . , .
New Orleans . .
T.os Angeles . .
3i, est, ooo
Indianapolis . . .
St. Joseph ....
Salt Lake City.
Fort Worth . . .
Washington , . .1
Den Moines ...
Spokane .... ..
New Haven ...
Sioux City ....
Orand Rapids .
S prtngf lei d, Mans,
St. louts Lire Stock Market
St. Louts. Feb. 24. Cattle Receipts, 400
head; market steady; native beef steers,
$7.60OH-T6; yearlings, steers and heifers,
iRROS411.60: cows. $6.6009.60: stockers and
feeders, $6.0009.00; prime southern beef
eteers, $8.00011-00; beef cows and heifers.
84.26(39.00: prime yearling sieers ana neir-
srs. $7.60010.00; native calves, 16.00 13.66.
Hoirs Receipts, s, uvu neaa ; maraei
higher; lights, $18.600 12.96; pigs. $9.25
11.60; mixed and butchers, $12.60019,96;
good heavy, $12.90012.96; bulk of sales),
(It, 6618. 90.
Sheep and umM receipts, pons; maraec
steady; 'lambs, $12.76014.80; ewes, $8,000
11.50; yearlings, iii.tuw"-D
Kansas City IJvs Stock Market.
Kansas City, Feb. 24. Cattle Receipts,
100 head; market steady: prime fed steers.
$11.26011-86; dressed beer steers, 89.000
11.00: western steers, $8.00 11.86; oows,
$6.6009.16; heifers, $7.00 11.00; stockers
amd feeders, $7.0O10.$6; bulls, $G.60O9.00;
Hokr Receipts. 800 head; market steady;
bulk of sales, $12.60012-90; heavy, $12,800
12.90: Dickers and butchers, 8l2.06Oiz.Sft;
light. $12.80012.60; pigs, $9.60011-50.
Sheep and L.amDS Receipts, none; maraei
steady; lambs. $13.60014-66; yearlings,
$18.00012-60; wethers, $U.6012.36; ewes,
Slonx City live Stock Market.
Sioux City, Feb. 24. Cattle Receipts, 1,-
300 besd; market atesdy; beef steers, $10.00
11.25; butchers, 88.0010.00; fat cows and
heifers. $6.6009.60; canners, 94.60OC.00:
stockers and feeders, $6. 60 9.00 ; calves.
86. 60 96 9, 60: bulls, stags, etc.. 96,5049 6.60:
feeding cows and heifers, $6.0009.16.
Hok Receipts, 18,000 head; market
6c higher;, light, $12.21$ .46; mixed. $19.60
12.76; heavy, 812.70 12.80; pigs, $9.60
10.00; bulk of sales, $18.46012.71.
Sheen and Lambs Receipts, 200 head:
market steady; fed muttons. $19.26018.25;
wethers, $11.00013.00; ewes, $10.85011.26;
St, Joseph live Stock Market.
St. Joseph, Feb. 24. Cattle Receipts, 169
head: market stesdy; steers. $7.00011.60:
cows and heifers, $6.0010.00; calves, $6.00
Hogs Receipts, 8.6O0 head; market
steady; top, $12.80; bulk of sales, $12.60
Sheep and Lambs 'Receipts, SOO head:
market steady; lambs, $1$.7614.60; owes,
Live Stock In Sight.
Receipts of live stock at the flvs princi
pal western markets yesterday:
Cattle. Hogs. Sheep.
Chicago 610 16,000 6,000
Omaha 200 8,000 200
Kansas City ......... 100 800
Sioux City ,...1,300 13,000 300
St. Louis 400 . 5,000
Totals $.600 41,800 (.609
Give your Want Ad a chance to
Cattle Show Little Change for
Week Sheep and Lambs
HOOS HIGHEST ON RECORD
R ere! pre were:.
Official Wednesday ..
Official Thursday ...
Estimate Saturday . .
February 34, 1917.
Cattle. Hugs. Sheep.
T.86T 10,19 14,424
Six days this Week. .. .27.041 84,662 66.790
Sams days last week.. 26. 363 104,206 69.819
Sams days 3 wks. aco.24,924 132.563 63,330
Sams days 1 wks. ago.2t,&74 72. 03 60.967
Same days 4 wks. ago.29,69), 100,40t 62.693
Sams days lait year. ..37,128 86,S1 14.288
Cattle Cattle were nominally steady to
day, the receipts amounting to only 200
head. For ths week receipts foot up 27,041
head, being the largest since three weeks
ago and about the same aa a year ago.
Prices on good to cho.ee beef- steers are
about the same as at last week's close. The
best cattle during ths week have sold up
to $11.60, th highest on record. Other
grades of hnef steers have been a little
slow to possibly lower. Cows and heifnrs
have remained steady, while stockers and
feeders ars steady to strong.
Wuotatlons on cattle: Good to choice
beeves, $10.60011.50; fair to good beeves.
$9.76010.60; common to fair beeves, $11.60 y
9.76: good to choice heifers. $8.3609.50;
good to choice cows, $7.7609.00; fair to good
cows, $6.7607-76; common to fair oows,
$5.2606.76; prime feeding steers, $9,260
10.00; good to choice feeders, $9,7609.86;
fair to good feeders, $7,6008.76; common
to fair feeders, $6.6007.60; good to choice
stockers, $7.7608-76; stork he If-re, $7,000
8.60; stork cows, $6.0008.00; stock calves,
$7.6009.60; veal calves. $9.00011.60; beef
bulls, stags, eto., $7.608,76; bologna bulls,
Hogs Prices were stronger all around the
circuit this morning, and with so small a
supply here the market continued to ad
vanoe, being active at figures that were
generally a big 10c higher. Shippers made
just a fair buy, making their purchases at
mostly 10c higher prices, though a few In
dividual sales showed little or no advanre.
The offerings were not any too large to
satisfy paokero' requirements to begin with
and as shippers were furnishing a fair
amount of competition, killer buyers got
Into the game early. They had to give fully
lOo higher prices for the bulk of their hog,
while some of the lighter kinds duplicated
yesterday's performance by showing the
most ad vanoe, being in spots as much as
16o or mors up. Of courss there ars a few
cases where hogs did not even sell aa much
as lOo higher, but as a general thing the
market was a good dims higher. Quality
was not as good as yesterday, light and
mixed hogs being In larger supply, while
good heavies were here In correspondingly
smaller proportions, so the full strength of
the marekt does not show up on paper.
Ths big end of the offerings sold at $12.60
012.75, and the top reached $12.80, all
records again being broken. Prices are 60$
60c higher than a week ago. Lights, ss
usual, showed ths greatest fluctuations. On
days when shippers were buying freely,
which was most of the week, good lights
found a ready outlet and on the close are
BRILLIANT MUSICAL BURLESQUE
IHICE DAILY WEEK Mat. Today
Final Performance Friday Nits
Hew Hifh SatoUse It
is Ions Omaha has
EO LEE WROTH
SsBilv Eiutonood Is thai
Auto Show week
Jsy-Rldlnf Biauty Cheriti
Nary a llttiiy But.
Till tribe of ipetd msnlscs sure fit Into
tlila treeh's Ml picture the Auto Show. Tee.
Ant heart, every rliitor to Omsbs will slw
regUter here, and they'd better rwloter
early, too. If they want seats. For honk
honk "atmosphere." mbe l"U perfume (f
the tbester with rMoleoe.
Ulsf ami! jwnnouii, r.. " '
Evngs. A Sun. Mats., 15c, 25c, BOc, 75c
Sk Mats. 15c and 250
Chew fum If roll liks, but no smoking.
LADIES' lf) AT ANY WEEK
TICKETS 1UC DAY MATINEE
Bebv Csrriare Caruso In the Lobby
TNI BEST OF VAUDEVILLE
Dally M.tlnet. 2:16: NlaM. 1:16 Till, Weak.
EDDIE LEONARD 4 CO.. HOMER B. MASON t
MARGUERITE KEELER. STAN STANLEY, ANNA
CHANDLER. Mabl, RuimII t Marty Ward A Co..
Miriam & Iran. Marmala, Ollle Youn, A April, Or.
eheom Travel Weakly. Prtaea: Gallery, lOe: Dait
8aata (aya.pt Saturday and Suaday), 26e; Nlflhta,
10a, 26a. 60. aad 7&C
r, HOME OF Ca
3f FIRST RUN PICTURES dp
Mrs. Vernon Castle
Last of "The Mysteries of Myra."
EDDY LYONS and LEE MORAN
in "A Million in Sight."
Last Times Toetay
RUTH STONEHOUSE fat
THE SAINTLY SINNER"
A Stano,rap tier's Romaaves)
LAST TIMES TODAY
Wm. Fox Present
showlnc more of an advance compared with
a week ago than the heavier grade.
N'o. Av. Sh. Tr. .o.
i M 66
... fit 40
40 13 60
80 18 40
ISO 18 70
... IS 80
6. .811 80 18 40 71.
Sheep The Iamb market had another
stormy session the last week, but is closing
right around Sir htghor than a week ago.
Receipts were the smallest since four weeks
ago, but packers fought any price upturn
nam, ana draggy markets were thu rul.
Monday's trade was slow to in spots lower,
quality not being anything extra and prices
Buy From These Omaha Firms
For Toilet and
SWIFT & COMPANY
D. 4500 D. 4S0O
JACK HURLEY, Proprietor
Bemis Omaha Bag Co.
Moving, Packing xtcrin?, Shipping
Phone Douglas 394.
Entire Block. 10th to llth. Davenport St.
Vaults, Cesspools and Grease
At Ordinance Rates or by contract
Tel. Douglas 1387
The Gty Garbage Co.
Manure and Ashes Removed
Office, 12th and Paul Sti.,
& ADVERTISING CO.
Use Our Phone
614 Bee Bldg. Omaha.
PEOPLE'S ICE &,
Manufacturers of Distilled
350 Tons Daily Capacity
Telephone Douglas 50
Telephone Doufla 6967
Western Heating and
Plumbing Co., ,
J os) Johnston, Proprietor
HEATING and PLUMBING
1810 St. Mary'. Ave.,
SAVE 25 PER CENT
Of Fuel Cost
Let Us Solve Your Heating
Economy Vapor Heating
showing mors depreciation on paper than
was really quotable. Several cars had to be
carried over, aa buyers were keeping away
from weight as much as possible. Tuesday
the market was slow, but Monday's decline
was fully rt rained, and best lambs were
quoted at higher figures than wore in force
on last week's close. Wednesday ths fuel
ing was better all around and 10 16c up
turns were noted. The following day values
were very uneven, ranging from a dime
higher on some good light Imabs early to
aa much as lOtflfcc lower on the extreme
clone, Friday's market was a little lower
than the best time the previous day, but
was better than Thursday's mean close. A
good many hnnsly westerns sold around
Manufacturers Hope for New Rate
On Freight, Despite Big Barriers
Want Equalisation of Freight
Charges on Nebraska Job
Manufacturers who have been up in
the air on Nebraska freight rates for
some months, since Nebraska Order
No. 19 was killed by the Interstate
Commerce commission, now believe
they are beginning to see daylight.
Repeated conferences between the
shippers and the railroads have been
held in Omaha and other cities along
the Missouri river in Iowa and Mis
souri, but a definite schedule of rates
has not yet been agreed upon. How
ever, they are beginning to feel now
that definite proposed schedules will
soon be placed before them.
When the conferences were work
ing well and the shippers thought an
agreement would soon be reached, the
Northwestern road kicked over the
traces and would do nothing on the
modification of rates for Nebraska
north and northwest of Norfolk.
The other roads have compiled ten
tative figures and submitted them.
To Equalize Rates.
What is mainly sought is an equali
zation of rates. That is, as between
competing jobbing and manufactur
ing centers seeking Nebraska busi
ness. The Nebraska rites were or
dered canceled by the Interstate
Commerce commission on the ground
that they were lower than the inter
state rate and therefore the Missouri
river cities across the line could not
compete with Nebraska manufactur
ing and jobbing centers for the busi
ness in the Nebraska trade territory.
318 Rose Building
16th and Farnam Sts.
JisSsi i HAS WATFR
If ! HEATER?
1509 Howard St
Made in Omaha by
Hydraulic Press Brick
W. O. W. BLDG.
IJ Sweep and Clean at ths
J Strong vacuum, positive
M gear-driven brush.
Practical, efficient and
Guaranteed. Ask your Dealer, or
U. S. SALES CO., Factory Agents
077 Brandela Bulldtnf, Omaha.
Phones Ho. if. 8261 or Walnut 1266.
I ALL GROCERS I I
I LIIROT rOBI.IHK. President, OMAFM. I E
814.3(14.30, with best Up to $14.40. while
Mexicans were bought at 8I4.60O14.66, the
hlfih price being a dime bolow the record
made Thursday. Almost no shorn lamhs
were offered. One bunch of fall clips brought
$13.65 early In the week, Weighty fkmbs
were slow sellers almost every day.
Quotations on sheep and lambs: Iambs,
light and handy, $14.00 14. 88: lambs,
heavy, $18.$0614.1ft; lambs, clipped. $11.60
tji$,76; lambs, eedera. $13.000 14.1!; year
lings, good to choice, $1 1.Titf 13.G0 ; year
lings, fair to good, 811.(00 IS. S; wethers,
fair to choice, $10.60d)lf,00; ewes, good to
choice, 1 1.86 ? 11.80; ewes, fair to good,
810.00OU.86; owes, plain to culls, $7.00$
But when the Nebraska rates were
canceled, the situation was left in a
greater muddle than before. The In
terstate Commerce commission, in a
general way, ordered the rates to be
put on ton-mile or distance basis.
This seemed too archaic for some of
the shippers and they sought to have
it modified so that they might make
the rales more nearly even from any
given manufacturing and jobbing cen
ter to any given consumers' field. In
other words, they did not want to be
thrown back so suddenly upon s basis
which would give all the advantage to
the fellow who lived nearest the con
sumer. For this reason the conference
New Tariff Scale.
Now that about all the roads have
agreed except the Northwestern, it is
thought these will ask permission of
the state commission and the inter
state body to put into effect the scale
of tariffs upon whi they and the ship
pers have practically agreed.
This schedule will seek to equalize
as far as possible the rates into Ne
braska as between St. Joseph, Council
Bluffs. Kansas City, Sioux City, Oma
ha, Lincoln, Fremont and other manu
facturing centers in Nebraska.
Meantime, to make the matter s'till
more complicated, there lurks in the
midst of this muddle an injunction
which must be eliminated before much
of anything can be done. For the
roads have an injunction running
against the state of Nebraska and the
State Railway commission restraining
the state and the commission from in
terfering with the putting into effect
of the straight distance scale, as or
dered by the Interstate Commerce
Best 22k Cold Crowns. . . , .$4.00
Bridge Work, per tooth .... $4.00
Beat Plates, $8.00, $8.00, $10.00
1324 Farnam. Phone Doug. 2872.
Don't Burn It
We Buy It
Omaha Paper Stock Co.,
Office and Warehouse
18th and Marcy Sta.
Phone Doug. 189. Omaha, Neb.
Ask Your Dealer
for Furnitur, Automobile and
M. C. GOODWIN CO.,
415 So. 12th St. OMAHA.
Yards, 13th and California.
Omaha Central Iron
Douf. 490. 10t,h and Dodge Sts.
CMICAUO UVE STOCK MABKBT. '
Cattle Are Steady, Hogs Stronr. Sheep
Chicago Feb. 84. Cattle Recetpts. $00
head; market steady; native beef cattle,
$7.86011.80; Blockers and feeders, $0. 26 &
$.10; cows and heifers, $6.16010.0; calves,
Hogs Receipts, 16,000 head; mhrket
strong, lOo above yesterday's average; bulk
of sales, 818.76018.86; light, $11.00012.80;
mixed, $18.80010: heavy. $118.60018.00;
rough. $18.60013.8$; pigs, $0.76011.86.
Hheep and Lambs Receipts, 6,000 bsmdt
market steady; wethers, fl0.80O18.li; ewes.
$8.60013.00; lambs, fu.as qp i.uu.
Rid a Harley-Davidson
VICTOR H. ROOS
The Motorcycle Man
2703 Leavenworth St,
Omaha. Phone Harney 2406.
Printers of Everything .
In All Languages.
12th and Harney Sta., Omaha.
Plenty of Oil
Don't Dry Out
. Omaha Compound Co.,
Doug. 1488. 9th & Dodge.
A Self-Locking, Air-Tight,
Water and Vermin-Proof
Either . Marble or Concrete
For illustrated educational book
let call or address American Sar
cophagus Co. i
Home Office t Omaha, Neb.
Paxton Block, Phone Tyler 1S3.
Engraved Printing Plates
Phone Tyler 1000
Bee Publishing Co. . Omaha
A WORLD POWER
Wherever commerce troes march
ing on you will find the Electric
Motor turning the wheels of in
dustry, constantly, quietly and ef
ficiently. Eleetrie Power it Dependable
Omaha Electric Light &
Drake, Williams, Mount
23d and Hickory and U. P. R. R.
Phone Douglas 1043
Oxy-Acetylene Welding p
- FRAMES and
' Manufactured In Oma
ha by JENSEN JEN
SEN. 43d and Charles
Sta. Walnut 10S8. -
f rHOM OLD.&
I '1 TWO IN ON Ell:'
make good, Run it in The, Bee.
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