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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1918)
THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1918.
Millions of Dollars Have Been Paid in Dividends to People Owning
Stock m racKing companies
If You Act at Once, This Is Your Opportunity to Secure An Invest
ment in the 8 Guaranteed, Preferred, Participating Stock of the
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COUNCIL UPSETS -PRECEDENT
Mayor and Two Commission
ers Oppose Subterfuge to
Restore Pension Rights;
v Kugel Puts it Over..
After being off the force for2
years, former Felice Captain Henry
P. Haze is tq go back at full salary
of $100 a month and eligibility to pen
sion list within less than three years.
Mayor Dahlman and City Commis
sioners Butler and Parks voted no on
this reinstatement, but Commission
ers Kugel, Hummel, Withnell and
Jardine vod yes. Kugel explained
that the proposition was put up to him
by Chief of Police Dunn," so the rec
ord stood 4 to 3.
. , Should Not Ask It. V, t
"I don't believe that a man who
has been away from the police de
partment as long as Haze has should
ask to be reinstated. I voted against
another proposed reinstatement and I
don't believe Haze shoifld nave been
reinstajed," stated Mayor Dahlman.
JUt was just a case ot getting dbck
, h in lin for a nension. 1 don't
think it is fair to put Hazeback ahead
of men who are started in at $65 a
month and here Haze is going back at
$100 ft month," was a statement by
Commissioner Butler. ,
Parks gave similar "reasons for vot
ing against tfie resolution. ,
"What have you to say about of
fering youn resolution to reinstate
Haze?" was asked of Superintendent
"Why, they have reinstated police
men here in Omaha after, they have
gone back to Ireland to live and, have
returned to Omaha," he said.
Dates Back 12 Years.
Haze was captain in the police de
partment at the time of his "resigna
tion" 12 years ago. lt retired after
charges then and had been on and
off before. A few weeks ago Kugel
stated bs would reinstate yaze, be
cause (Jhicf Dunn made the recom
mendation. He did not say the chief
nade the recommendation under his
direction. It i said Haze will be as
signed a beat, but, of course, he dees
not expect! to stay at that long. Kugel
admitted the real reason Haze wanted
to get back was in order,to finish
' out 20 years service to 'qualify him
for a pension. Haze is 60 years pld.
Belt Line Halts Traffip;
. ; Girders Raised at Crossing
Dundeeites had experience with the
old bob-tail street cars Monday, while
Steh huge steel girders were bntg put
in place over the tracks at the Belt
Line crossing. In order to reach
home Monday night the passengers
had to transfer to a stub at Fortieth
and Doge streets, which hauled them
to the tracks. Afterxwalking over the
tracks anfcther stub car carried them
, . Workmen can begin to see the end
of the long task involved in the ele
vation of the Belt Line tracks from
Leavenworth to Chicago streets. All
winter gangs have been at work driv-
. ing piles and rebuilding the abutt
ments which carry the huge girders
than support the trains.
Street cars were running as usual
Tuesday morning. ' ,
' Aboiish City Officers in
x Smaller Cities, Rail Order
The discontinuance of the city
' ticket offices in Council Bluffs April 1
is a move that officials of the Omaha
roads have had under consideration
for some time. Before nunyv days
a similar order is expected to go out
against a large number of small cities.
t where up-town cy ticket omces are
maintained. . ,
It is contended thai to a city the
,size of Council Bluffs, where no large
proportion of the population is remits
from the depots, no,erious inconveni
ence will be worked by compel'jng
travelers to go to the depots to buy
thei rtickets. The money saved in
Council Bluffs by the elimination of
the city offices will amount to several
hundred dollar each month. Most of
vthe clerks .win be assigned. to other
Muhes. . , ,
Major Bridges Will Not
v " Leave With Hospital, Unit
Major E. L. Bridges,head of the
' medical staff of the Nebraska univer
sity base hospital, has been given a 1 1
short sick leave and will not go witn
the unit when it entrains for Fort
. Des Moines. i .
" Major Bridges has returned from
Rochester, Minn., and is recuperating
from an operation. Major Mayo, one
of the Mayo brothers, obtained the
sick leave from the adjutant general.
' All officers of the unk will eventu-
' ally be mobilized afr Fort Des Moines.
Many of them are now at different
armv cantonments and camps in all
parts of the' country. -Major Bridges
does not know where he will be sent
for his training. -" '
- Carriers Working Hard
- Fpr Salvation Army Fund
The letter carriers drive for Salva
tion Army war funds is in full swing ?
i weeks. Postmaster . Fanning reports
that his men are working with, en
Pdlrn Wilson' liMrtv annrohl- 1 3 3
.iion of the war work the Salvation
Army is doing and his announcement
to the American people that he hopes
the campaign will be a success, ram
cates the importance of the work.
K Union pacifij; Service
. Flag Biggest in State
The' Union Pacific service flag,
with 1,625 stars, has been stretched
across Fifteenth street between the
headquarters and tl Omaha Build
''ing and-Loan -company's building.
The 1,625 stars indicate the number
of young men from toe Omaha offices
and the Nebraska division who have
joined the colors. The Uiyon Pacific
, service flag carries the greatest num
ber of stars of any flag in Nebraska. s
Omaha, U. S. A. '
At the Present Selling Price of $100 Per Share, This Stock is Fully Participat
ing in the pntire Profits of the Company and is'Pref erred as to the First 8.
$420,000 OF THIS STOCK SUBSCRIBED FOR BY
CONSERVATIVE INVESTORS WITHIN ONE WEEK
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ThU is Architects' Drawing of Omaha'. Daylight Snow White, Independent Packing Plant That the SKINNER PACKING COMPANY
Will erect On Its 33-acre Tract Just South and Wept of the Present Swift Plant on the South Side.
Present Worth of $1,000 Had It Been Invested in
Any of the Following Companies:
Jlust Answer for failure
' To Sell-the Substitutes
J Representatives o the Kenesaw
Mil! and Elevator company, and of
' tfje Scribner mills, are beforo the fed-
rial food administration of Nebraska
this afternoon charged tn selling
' flour without the requisite amount of
5 years ago in Armour & Co., $32,000.00
6 years ago in Swift & Co 20,000.00
3 years ago in Morris & Co. .' 23,000.00
t 9 years sgo in Cudahy & Co 26,000.00
10 years ago 'in Jacob Dold & Co 41,000.00
5 years ago in Union Packing Co 21,000.00
2 years ago in Wilson & Co. ...... 7,000.00
4 years ago in tafayette Packing Co., $16,000.00
7 years ago in Western Packing & Produce
(Jo .', Z7.500.00
5 years ago ,in Erie Packing Co. . . . 5,000.00
5 years ago in Kentucky Packing Co..-. 7,200.00
6 years ago in Ft. Worth Pack. Co.... 7,750.00
10 years ago in Armstrong Heat Co., 16,000.00
4 years ago in Independent Pack. Co., 12,000.00
2 years ago in Atlantic Packing Co., 1,900.00
, 3 years agoMn Standard Packing Co., $3,250.00
15 years ago in Pacific States Pack. Co., 71,500.00
.. 9 years ago in Green Bay Packing Co., 18,000.00
In Addition to the Above Here Are a Few Dividends Paid.
49 . Atlantic Packing Co.
Cudahy Packing Co.
Swift & Co,
Armour & Co. ...100.5
Morris & Co :.. 180
Union Packing Co. . 67
Kentucky Packing Co. 45
Standard Packing Co 105
Pacific States Packing Co.... i. 35
Green Bay Packing Co. 25
W could show many others who are making enormous profits, were their figures obtainable.
These figures are taken from different current reports that have come to our noticek and to our best,
knowledge and belief are correct ., '
This Company Is Organized on a High Grade Basis (
-No Promotion Stock
The 8 Guaranteed Preferred Participating StoclTthat is now offered, not only gjj
call3 for the first 8g dividend, but it is fully participating in the entire profits of the jj
company. ' N 1
The above plant (the' first unit of our operation) , is designed and equipped to ljj
handle a daily killing capacity of 250 Cattle, 1,500 Jlogs, and 500 Sheep,, and to handle ljj
all of our by-products, from raw to finished commercial productsv We wilkmanufac-.
ture lard, sausage, smoked meats and animal stock foods from fertilizer and blood, and
prepare all, casings and bones ready for marketing, and in'addition, will manufacture
an extensive line of food specialties, all under the supervision and inspection of the jj
United States Bureau of Animal Industry. v J -IB
Our cost system and operating end has been estimated by the highest and most efficient authorities jjl
in the United States, and while our plans call for an estimated daily killing capacity of 1,500 Hogs, we
have figucpd in ourbperation only 1,000 capacity. Also our estimate is based on only 55 of the n
average yield of Cattle and 78 of the average yield of Hogs, and covers only 300 days' run through- ibs
out the year. We have a fixed charge in our cost of 6 on $2,500,000, besides liberal items in cost f or , g BB
depreciation in equipment,' on plant, machinery and insurance, etc. Every item is conservative and in- jg
eluded in the cost estimate. . v . . , iwm
The Net Profit From the Operation of This Plant (the first unit), is Conservatively
Estimated at $828,000 Per Annum, or More Than .30 Per Cent on Our Entire Capital.
. PAUL F. SKINNER.
Chirmn of the Board of th Skinner Packing Company,
alio president of the Skinner Manufacturing Company, the
world'! larg-eat distributor and manufacturer! of Macaroni
Secretary of tfca Skinner Packing Company, alao aeeretary
of the Skinner Manufacturing' Company, the world'a largest
distributor! and manufacture of Macaroni Product. ,
LLOYD M. SKINNER.
President and treasurer of the Skinner Packine Company.
also vice president and treasurer of the Skinner Manufacturing
Company, the world's largest distributors and manufacturers
of Macaroni Products.
. Reference: Any Bank or Business1 Man ot umana dr youncn murrs
. Omaha's Daylight Snow White Independent Packing Plant
Financial Department, Suite 912, First National Bank Bldg., Omaha
Executive Offices, Suite 1400 First National pink Bldg., Omaha.
Omaha is the World's second largest live stock market; $192,000,000 of meat products were packed here last year,
which represents but 60ft "of the live stock shipped to this market. ' .
There is a great opening for a packing plant at Omaha operated under the right management and conducted
along business 'lines. The operation by the Skinner Packing Company of-Omaha1 Daylight Snow White Independent
Packing Plant, will retard the trans-shipment of live stock at thjvDoint, which will mean a great economic saving and
a better market for shippars and producers." , - ' ' V
The operating end of the business will be in charge of an official, nationally known in the packing house industry
and with wide and valuable experience. . . 'y - - - 1
The SKINNER PACKINtr COMPANY will market its Specialty food products through the present nationally
organized sales force of the Skinnar Manufacturing Company. ; ,-
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SKINNER PACKING COMPANY,
Suite) 9J2, Fint National Bank Building,
OMAHA, U. S. A. '
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