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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1920,
' DOES SHE
enjoy th thrllli of an automobll rid
. with rout
fc I'LL SAY SHE DOES
W have 1! make of good used cars,
roadsters, speedsters, touring and cloud
cars, all models. Com in and look, three
oyar before prices ara higher.
THE NEW USED CAR PLACE,
S04T Farnam St. .
OPEJT EVENINGS, TILER 407.
4PASENGER 1919 CADILLAC
Model &?. complete Cadlllao equip
ment; J extra tires; finish Ilka new and
mechanically perfect. I'sed only a short
time On he boueht st a bnrraln.
. wil Farnam. Douglas 2181.
INTERESTED IN A TRUCK t
Ford with attachment that wo can
aelt on easy terms to responsible people.
THE NEW USED CAR PLACE,
2047 Farnam St.
RENT. A NEW FORD!
DRIVE IT YOURSELF
1s4 cents per mile, oas aw
Tmsoranob extra, our cars arb
comfortably heated for win
' FORMERLY FORD LIVKRY CO.
1314 HOWARD STREET. DOUO. S622.
NEARLY new Peerless that we can sell
on easy terms.
THE NEW USED CAR PLACE.
2047 Farnam St..
Opes) Evenings. Tyler 4072.
PROMPT DELIVERY ON ALL MODELS
NEBRASKA WHITE CO.
FRED D. C ROGERS, MGR. TYLER 1767.
1407-81 Capitol Ave.
RELIABLE .automobll school: best lec
' trk-al and self-starter courses; day and
. .- n'ght school; come now; fre catalogue.
National Automobll School. 2814 Nortb
SOME bargains In used Ford cars, Mo
Caffrey Motor Co. The Handy Ford
Service Station, 15tli and Jackaon.
Pouglag 3600. '
'17 FORD touring,. 1360; '18 Ford touring,
JSSSr Dodgu touring. 1735. Excellent
. condition. Terms. tilt Farnara. Doug-
STANDARD - WlNTOK
" BIGHT SIX
KEYSTONE MOTORS CORP. 2203 Farnam.
ear of exceptional value.
GUY L. SMITH,
. 253 Farnam St Doug. 1179.
TWIN-SIX PACKARD, completely over
. (hauled, run leas than 1,000 miles. 2
new cord tiers at a. bargain, consider
ably less than hsl-prtce. Party leaving
city. Phone Tyler 127H.
DUMP trucks tor gale, just overhauled.
Term If required. See
' ' CHAMHERS-O'NEIL,
. 210 Leavenworth.. Tyler 1419.
WANTED For spot caau. 100 used car;
quick action; no delay. Auto Exchange
Co., 20f, Farnam St. Poug. 035.
I1EDI-MADE GARAGES, wood or steel.
' - Send for circular Redl-Made Housing
Co.. 2211 Howard. Red 36B7.
'WE .HAVE 60 good used cars to select
from. All prlcen.
MF.F.KS AUTO CO., 2028 Farnam
OAKLAND Sensible Six.
MARSH OAKLAND CO.,
" 2300 Farnam St. "
THE. DIXIE FLYER.
s W. R. NICHOLS MOTOR COMPANY,
....... 2620 Farnam St.
.., '. FORD MARKET. . .
-Cash. Time. Liberty Bonds.
FOR TERMS ON USED CARS
' .VAN BRUNT'S.
. ... Look, for The red seal on windshield.
. BEST VALUES IN USED CARS.
TRAWVER AUTO CO.,
' ' ' : ' - 1110 FARNAM.
UNITED AUTO PARTS CO.. .
, 2032. FARNAM. , ' -'
" ', ftflKPTIQNAL USED CARS. '
Cf.ASSY Ford Spcedsti-r, newly painted;
first class shape, very reasonable. Har
GOOD I'SED CARS.
BARGAIN in 1917 Taige touring, . floe
shape. Poug. 9425.
1917 PAIGE touring; A-l condition. Call
Douglas I55. ' --..
- Tires and Supplies.
. NEW TIRES GUARANTEED
SOjf.t 8.60 I 32x4 18.5
30X31, 11.60 33x4 19.88
SALESMEN' AND DISTRIBUTERS
STANDARD TIRE CO., 410 NO. 18TH.
"USED TIRES DIRT CHEAP.
iOxt, 14.00; 30x34, 15.00.
.All a lies In proportion, look' over
. our rebuilt. Open Sundaya. Tyler 2988.
90S N. 16th St. Keystone Tire Shop.
NEW TIRES DIRT CHEAP
30x FISK... .811.95 34x4 $20.95
30x8 8.96 36x4 26.95
KAIMAN TIRE JOBBERS. 1733 CUMING.
SEND YOUR RADIATOR TO
Charles Elssaser, 2623 South 21st St
X trial wilt coi.vince you that you have
selected the, right place. Tyler 4009.
AUTO electrical repairs; service station
for Rayfield carburetor and Columbia
storage batteries. Edwards. 2616 N. 19.
Repairing and Painting.
RAIDIATOR CORES INSTALLED.
Manufactured In Omaha, 24-hour serv
ice for auto, truck and tractor. Expert
' radiator and tender repairing; bod
dents removed; new fenders made.
OMAHA AUTO RADIATOR MFG. CO.
1819 Cuming 8t Trlr 91T.
Motorcvcles and Bicvcles.
HARLEY - DAVIDSON MOTORCYCLES
Bargains In used machine. Victor H.
Roos. the motorcycle - man.- 17th and
THE SALVATION Army Industrial home
solicit your old clothing, furniture,
. magastnes. We collect. W distribute.
. Phone Doug. 4135 and our wagon will
rail. Call and Inspect our new home,
1110-1112-1114 Dodge street.
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
WEEK-OLD CHICKS Rocks, Reds, Leg
horns. Orpingtons: pure-bred, strong and
healthy. Orders booked now for March
and April, shipments; . shipped parcel
post prepaid. Send for-circular. S. M.
-Dean. Fort Dodge. a.
FOR SALE '-Thoroughbred stock. Light
Brahma, W. Orpingtons (Cook strain),
' -Black Langshans. all fin birds. Web.
FERRETS FOR SALE Rat and rabbit
hunters. also breeders: circular free.
Henry Ronald Peck, De Moines, la. .
WHEAT screenings. 33.50 per bundled,
delivered. .801 North lftb St A. W.
Wagner. Douglas 1143.
MIXED GRAIN 33.60 per hundred. de
livered. A. W. Wagner. 801 No. lth
St. Douglas 1142.
CHICKENS, for" sale. 1628 Fowler Ave.
MONEY TO LOAN.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY LOANS.
Lowest rates. Private loan booth. Him
Malashock. 1614 Dodge. D. Mlt. Bs.1894.
. FARM8 and city loan.
V B. H.-LOUGEE. INC
.. 528 Keelln Bid.
HorsesLive Stock Vehicles.
800 Sets of Harness,
SADDLES AND COLLARS
st 30 per cent discount; fre list prtc
Midwest -Harness Co.,
708 N. 16th St Omaha. Neb.
WILL SACRIFICE: Team, harness and
" wagon, very cheap: must hurry. Doug
las 4959. 2421 Cuming.
Pi J. TEBBENS, CO.,
See us tor bargains, homes and
' investments, vacant and trackage
:05 Omaha Nat. Bit. Doug. 2182.
U. S. BANK LAWS
Second General Session of Pan
American Financial Congress
Opens in Capital..
Washington, Jan. 20. Pr. John
Bassett Moore, vice president of the
central executive council of the in
ternational high commission, which
was organizetd in 1916 to promote
mutual interests of American repub
lics, gave an account of the commis
sion's work at the second general
session of the Panamerican finan
cial congress. . William G. McAdoo
In group discussions today Argen
tina led off with a request presented
through Frank A.. Vanderlip, the
United States representative, for
modification of state banking laws in
the United States to permit South
American banks to open branches in
the United States. Mr. Vanderlip
said that American members sup
ported the Argentine delegates in
proffering the request . -
"Although American banking
houses are opening branches all over
the world," he said, "our laws in cer
tain states make it impossible for
Latin-American institutions to open
branches in this country and com
pete with us on our own ground.
The interests of fairness demand re
adjustment, so that at least certain
government institutions, such as the
Bank of Argentina, may be per
mitted to open branches in our
financial centers and'eompete for de
posits." Commend United States.
Haitien delegates at their, group
meeting passed resolutions cojs
mending the United States for itit
vening and occupying that country.
'The representatives of United
States business concerns on the Bo
livia committee recommended tliat
that country be facilitated in secur
ing a loan of $5,000,000 w,ith which
to complete the construction of a
railroad across South America, pass
ing through Bolivia.
Dr. Moore in his addresreported
particularly on the work of the in
ternational high commission for the
betterment of internal trade relations.
Produce More, Consume Less,
Slogan of the French Cabinet
Paris. Jan; 20.' The new cabinet's
declaration of bolicv. to be read to
parliament Thursday, was submitted
to the council of ministers by Pre
mier Millerand and received the ap
proval of the council. ,
The declaration outlines general
views without dealing in detail with
many of the problems growing out
of the war which it says are, in gen
eral, of equal importance. It le
clares it the duty of French citizens
to produce more and consume less
and the duty of the country to as
sume new fiscal burdens to pay the
nation's war debts.
Instigators of Armenian
Massacres Are Convicted
r,c,nii'nAnP Ian 2ft The trial
. vviioiauuiivpivi ,r
by court-martial of Behaeddin Cha-
kir-and ttr. Nazini, directors oi me
committee of unioir and progress,
on Charges of having organized mas
sacres ot Armenians ana greens
during the war, ended today with
til.;.- -i-!i,Mi-tirn ReitVi of thi men
are at present refugees in Germany.
Beliaeddm Lhakir was sentenced io
death and Dr. Nazim to IS years,
imprisonment at nara laoor.
Official Monday .
Omaha lire Ktoek.
Cattle. Hobs. Sherp,
..12.4(9 13,941 .95
.. 9.(00' 14.300 3.400
Leeds B. Reed i to Otto Osten
berg. 43 sU 100 ft. s. of Wirt St.
east side. 40x130.35 ft 3 350
Louis Hansen and wife to Gustavo
H. Garver, et al.. s. w. cor. iin
and Grand ave.. 20x121.6 ft 1,450
Minnie J. Anderson and husband to
Bert C. Grasoorg, et al., stn si.,
408 f. n. of Wimam st, east side, ,
50x164 ft...- 3,600
August M. Baye to Mary L. Baye,,
Nicholas st. 235.8 ft. e. of Ore
eon Trail, a. a. 45xl2vft 1
Patsey Corrigan and wife to M. A.
Ohllnger, Seward at, zt2 it w.
of 64th st.. n. e. 50x127 ft 326
John C. Pedersen to Joseph Kohl-
berg, et al., n. w. cor. 2&tn ana
Burt sts., 61.58x135 ft 6,600
William E. Bushy and wife to
Charles Black and wife, 66th ave.,
288 ft. n. of Woolworth st 600
Amos Grant and wife to Wilfred
J. Halnley and wife. Military
ave.; 1117 ft w. of 49th at, a. .,
89x128 ft 3,400
John T. I.ucars and wife to Nannie
Bell Wilson Lucas, Browne at.,
80 ft. w. ot 28th ave., n. .,
40x120.25 ft , 4,000
Wm. J. JKranthoefer, tr., et al.,
to Aloyslous- Samyn, et al., 30th
at, 330 ft s. of O St., w. s.,
40x118 ft ' 825
Charlotte Greevy. and husband to
- Thomas 8. . H. Chambers, et al.,
n. w. cor. 31st and Martha sts.,
60x119.97- ft 7,000
Morningslde Land Co., to Anna
. E. Kull, Blondo st., 60 ft. e. ot
61a st., a. .. 40x130 ft 2(0
Ernest Slddons and wife to Fred
Frits, 27th St.. 86.25 ft . of
Browne st, 44x105.5 ft 4.750
Essie Wallace to Emma D. Strawn,
Burdette at.. 60 ft. w. of 47th
st, n. s., 50x128 ft , 1,500
Farlck N. Burns and wife to C.
R. Glenn, and wife, Castellar St.,
150 ft e. of 38th at, a. a,
60x122 ft 1,000
Ella MacLeod and husband to
Georgle Glenn, 40th st. 150 f. s.
Francis St., w. s, 60x127 ft 250
Robert Martin and wife to Marion
H. Spurgeon. 17th ,st. 87.5 ft.
s. of Laird st, 49.50x102 ft 3,750
Lion Bonding A Surety Co. to
Joseph Edden, et al., Seward
St., 316 ft. . a. of 24th st, n. s .
62x133 ft 3.000
Michael L. Clark, ahertff, to Jore
dell P. Barr. Larimore ave., 434
ft e. of 36th st. n. a, 48x128 ft..." 900
Silas R. Brewster and wife to Ben
son Realty Co., 61st s.. 100 ft. a
of Miami St. e. s.. 100x123 ft 2,000
Christina W. Bayer, et aL, to Vln
oent Kenny, Spaulding at, 292.7
ft e. of 27th st, n. s., 40x125 ft.. 6,000
Ida Mlllua to Oscar-J. MtllUB. tr.
Hamilton st, 260 R. w. of 60th
st. n. s., 60x135 ft 1
Nelson A. Lockwood and wife to
Minnie B. Freer, Franklin st.. 100
ft w. of 45th at, a. ., .100x160 ft. 2,260
Selma C. Anderson and husband to
Walter R. Zink. N. W. Cor. 66th
and Binney Sts., 100x123.' 2,150
Floyd J. Norman to Earl Hlckllng,
S. W. Cor. Cass St and Lincoln
Blvd.. 40x100 5,000
Nebraska and Wyoming Investment
Co. to Ben Lustgarten, 24th St.
60 ft S. of F St, W. S., 60x150.. 12,000
Grace S. Johnson and husband to
Wilbur R. Weaver, 18th St.. 360
ft. N. of Manderson St., 59x140 2,260
Oliie M. Hoffman and Husband to
Henry E. Shafto, Meredith Ave.,
200 ft E. of 33d St, S. S 60x128 4.500
Bertha M. Moore and husband to
Wlnfleld S. Taylor, Sprague St, 84
ft E. of 22d St.. S. S.. 40x60.... 3.200
Harry M. Christie Co. i
s ask for a chance to sen your a
I HOME. APARTMENT. 1
I BUSINESS PROPERTY 1
' or TRACKAGE
List with ns for quick results. Must "
; be priced right. 5
I Keelina Bldg. Tyler 5240. 1
- Evenings and Sunday,
S . " . Calfax tl. t ' m
ljl''Mi'Mil'.!l 'l3li'll.'3!!ll I llvl 1,1 I I I
Two days this week. 21, 959 27.241 15,383
Same days last-, wk.32.U9 34.733 26.718
Same days 3 wks ago.17,459 26,433 18.6H8
Same days 3 wks ago.17.429 27.408 27,589
Same daysa year ago.20. 182 63.96 16.719
Receipts and disposition of live stock at
the Union stock yards, Omaha, Neb., for
24 hours ending at 3 o'clock p. m. Janu
ary 20, 1920. ,
Missouri metric i
Union Pacific 106
C. A N. '.. east... 6
C. & N. W., west 82
C., St. P., M. & O.. 46
C, B. Q . east. . . , 45
C, B. Q., west... 49
C, R. I. & P, east. 44
C.t R. I. & P., west. 1
Illinois Central...., 4
Chi. Gt. Wert
Total raielnts ...390
Csttle. Hogs. Sheep.
49 11 ..
8 4 ..
81 6 8
25 8 ..
I -r: ::
4 .. ..
218 35 I
Morris & Co 1,030
Swjft & Co 2.074
Cudahy Packing Co.. 1,754
Armour & C. 1,503.
Schwartr Co '
J. W. Murphy .'.
Lincoln Packing Co. 63
S. Omaha Packing Co. 14
John Roth &. Sons... 34
Mayerowich ft. Vail... 36
Wilson A Co 63
W. B. Van Sunt A Co. 1
Benton A Van Sant.. 99
F. P. Lewis Ill '
Huntzlnger A Oliver.. 27
J. B. Root & Co.... 157
J. H. Bulla ..r ., 1S1 .
R. M. Burruss & Co.. 27'
Rosenstooi Bros 217
F. O. Kellogg 321
Werthelmer & Degcn 112
Ellis & Co.
Mo.-Kan. C. A C. Co.
E. G. Christie i
Jensen & Iundgren...
Dennis & rrancis....
Cheek A Krebs
Oir.aha Packing Co... 7
Other buyers 2.401
Total 11,463 16.380 7.119
Cattle Estimated cattle receipts were
for 9.600 head, or 3,000 less than the
official figure yesterday. Total for the
two days in 21,900 head, as compared
with slightly larger number the same days
a week ago and a similar figure for the
corresponding period a year ago.
There was a generally active markot
for beef this morning at prices that were
about steady, some few sales looked
stronger while others were weak. - Quality
as a whole was nothing extra. Cows of
all grsdes sold on a good, active market
with prices about unchanged from wester
day's close. Stockers and feeders were
uneven again, the tone, however, being
slightly better than yesterday.
No. Av Pr. No. A v. Pr.
20 1147 U 85 ' 47 999 312 00
15 1051 IS 30 4 1154 12 33
39 1150 12 40 . 33 1201) 12 60
20 1165 12 85
STEERS AND HEIFERS.
17 701 11 00 21 852 11 25
9 714 11 40
8 822 7 35 13 1000 il 76
21 998 0 50 20 1003 lO 80
6 4S S 25 20 875 9 00
09 920 9 65 14 857 10 25
1 230 9 00 1 S30 9 60
1. 2?0 10 00 5 474 10 60
4 127 12 50 13 150 13 00
1 ISO 13 50 , 2 130 14 60
5 180 15 00
. STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
10 C2 9 60 22 659 90
Quotations on ctittle: Good to choice
beeves, 813.OO01!i.OO; fair to good beeves,
31 1.50 13.00: common to fair beeves, jh.imi
11.60:. rood to choice yearlings. si:t uuot
15.00: fair to good yearlings, 31 1.60SU 60;
common to fair yearlings. 39.OOW11.50:
choice to prime heifers. $U.6O13.O0: good
to choice heirerc. 19.00sfi1.6o; crcoice 10
nrlma nu'jc 111 00 Iff) 1 2.R0 rood to . choice
cows. 39.20lgll.00: fair to good cows. 37.60
ei'9.26: common to rair cows, te.uuaiii.au:
choice to Trime heavy feeders, 312 00
13.60; ood to choice feeders, 310.6012.00;
medium to good feeders, 39 00()10.rO:
common to fair feeders, 37.609.00; good
to clioljo stockers. 39.50ll.O0; fair tj
god stockers. 18. 00(319.60; common to fair
stockers. IG.OOfjE.OO: stock heifers. 36.60
8.75; stack cows, 3S.OO8.00: stock eaives,
J7.50(g10.eO: veai calves, 9.6016.00; bulls,
stags, etc. J5.60ei0.60.
. Hog Receipt of hogs were estimated
at 14.800 head. The market opened active
and mostly 10 and 20 oents higher .than
yesterday; there being spots In the ehlpper
market where mixed loads showed more
advance tl-an this. Trade weakened about
mid-session to largely 10 cents higher than
yesterday a few loads of mixed hogs and
extreme heavies selling down to 814.60,
with lights reported at 114.50, but bulk of
today's sales was 314.801S.OO, and top
No. Av. Stl. Pr No. Av. Sh. Pr.
51. .203 ... 3H 75 71. .238 40 314 80
66. .218 80 14 S6 , 32. .200 ... 14 90
67. .227 160 14 95 62. .226 ... 15 00
Sheep Apother very moderat Tuesday's
run of sheep showed about 8.600 head, the
two days' supply being 10.000 short of a
week ago. pemand was good from all
sources and both lambs and aged stock
found a ready sale at prices 25 and 36
cents t'lgher than Monday. Good to choice
lambs sold at $19.00 19.60 and good to
choice ewes at 311.00 to 311 60. Thete was
little fn tin- way of feeder stock an sale
and price were ijuotably strong.
No. At. Pr. No. A v. Pr.
150 fed .. 84 319 25 75 fed... 4 119 23
10 fed... 88 19 00 108 fed... 74 39 60
44 culls. 62 15 75 . ,
156 Wyo. 43 16 on 9 fed... 6S 17 00
177 fed. ..108- 11 25 193 fed...l09 1185
631Ca.lo.127 11 60
17 Colo.' 4 9 60
Quotations on sheep: Lambs, good to
choice. $19 00019.60; lambs, fair to good,
$18.50i8i;S 00; fleshy feeders, $17.26(917.76;
medium wftght feeders. $16.75 17.25:
common ti fair feeders, 16.0016.60: cull
lambs. $13 POffllB.OOr yearlings, $16.Wli
16.50; wethers. 11.0012.60; ewes, good
to choice. H.O0(fjS1.60: ewes, fair to good.
310.00I3I1O 75; good feeding ewes. $7.f0
9.00; ewe culls and canners, $6.607.E0.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Jan. 20. Cattle Receipt, 18.
000 head; estimated tomorrow, 10.000
head: market steady: beef steers, medium
and heavyweight, choice and prime, $17.00
418.75: medium and good, $11.5O17.O0:
c'.mmon, t!.E0 ( 1 1. B0 : lightweight, good
and choice. $ 1 3.75 17.75 : common and
medium, $9.0013.75: butcher cattle,
heifers. Sti.7514.25; cows, $6.7513.00;
canners ard cutters, $5.50.75: veal
calves, 17.C0918.60; feeder steers, $8.00(g
12.60; stocker steers, $7.50ll.OO.
Hogs Receipts, 46.000 head: estimated
tomorrow, 30,000 head: market strong to
16c higher, closing weak; bulk of sales.
$15.15I5.40; top, $15.50; heavy, $14.90
16.40; medium, $15.15ff15.45; light, $16.20
15.50: light light $14.50(815.25; heavy
packing sows, smooth. $14.2514.76;
packing sows, rough, $13.60 14.26; pigs,
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 12.000
head: estimated tomorrow. 10.000 head;
marketstrnng; lambs. 317.6O2O.00; culls
and common. $14.00(917.00; ewes, medium,
good and choice, $9.25012.00; cull and
Kansas City Livestock.
Kansas City. Mo.. Jan. 20. Cattle
Receipts. 14.000 head:, market steady to
weak: heavy beef steers, choice and prime.
$1.2017.90; medium and good. $12.35Si
16.90; common. 310.5O12.25; lightweight,
good ar.d choice. $12.5016.76: common
and medium, $8.25ffl'18.40: butcher cattle,
heifer. $8.75614.00; cows, 35 6612.35:
csnr.er and cutters; 35.006.66; veal
calves. $13.76616.00: feeder steers. $8.25
013.16; stocker steers. 86.5010.90.
Hogs Receipts, 21,000 head; market 10
25c higher: late bids stesdy; bulk,
$16.10 15.35 ; heavies, $15.1015.35:
mediums. $15.1515.50: lights. $14.75 .
16.40: packing sows, $13.75 14.S0 ; pigs, !
112 50015.60. i
Sheep and Lambs Receipts. 9.000 head;
market slow and steady: lambs. $16.50AD
19.50: culls and common, 910.2516.25;
yearling wethers, $14.25816.00; ewes,
(9.5011.50; culls and common. $4.50(1
9.26; breeding ewes, J8-00S 14.50; feeder
Oysters "King Cole," Chesapeake stand
ards, small cans. 32 j; Jarge cans, (60; per
gallon, 13.36. ' King Cola." Chesapeake se
lects, small can, 38c: large cans, 0o;
per gallon, $3.76. "Ktnf Col," norttern
standards, small cans, 38u; large cane,
66c; per gallon, $1.86. "King Cole.'1 north
ern selects, small can, 4$o; larg cans,
0c: per gallon, $3.16. "King Col'r counts,
small cans, 48o; larg can, ttei per gal
lon, $3.40. Shell oyster, per 100 eotuit,
$2.75; blue point, ,$1.(0. Clams, per 100,
little necks, c harry stones, $1.76; Quohogs,
Mommoth celery, per dos., $1.71.
Froten Fish Fancy pan frosen, dressed
Bayfield herring, single layer , pans, per
lb., 7c; box lots, 6c; fancy pan froaen,
Jersey Whiting, per lb., 6c; box lot, 4c?
f.mcy halibut, medium, per lb., 34c;
chicken, per lb., tic; fancy black cod
(chief of low ' priced fish), per lb., 16c
fancy salmon, red, per lb., 25o; pink, per
lb., 20o; fancy trout 'medium sites), per
lb., 24c; fancy waitefisb, Selkirk, pan
frozen, per lb., 20o; fncyyellow pike. No.
1, per lb., 18c; fancy dressed Jack pickerel,
per lb., 16c; fancy frosen tulllbee white
fish; per lb., ISo; box lota, lo less; black
bass, per lb., 20ifJ36c; croppies, per lb., It
022c; sunflsh, per lb., 10c; yellow perch,
per lb., 12t$16c; fancy headlew ling cod,
per lb., 12c; fancy headless pollock, per
Fresh Fish Catfish, per lb., 23c; bull,
heads, 22c; halibut, 2(c; whlteflsb, Lake
Superior, market trout, medium sixes. 30c;
blank bass, 26035c; croppies, 24c Flnr.an
haddie, 30-lb. box, per lb., 18c; smoked
whlteflsb, 10-lb. baskets, per lb., 23c; kip
pered salmon, - ip-!b. box, per lb., 32c;
headless ihrlmp,per gal., $1.76; medium
frogs, per dos.. $2.00; peeled shrimp, per
gal., $2.50; lobsters, per lb., (0c; scallops,
per gal., $4.75; crab meat per can, $3.60.
Swift & Co.'s sales nf fresh beet In
Omaha week ending January 10 averaged
14.63c per pound. Wholesale price ot
beet cuts are as follows: No. 1 ribs, 87c;
No. 2, 24c; No. 3, 17c. No. 1 loins, 47c;
No. 2, 35c; No. 3. 22c: No. 1 rounds, 25c;
No. 2, 20c; No. 3, 17c. No. 1 chucks, 17o;
No. 2, 13c; No. 8, 10 c, No. 1 plate, 14c;
No. 2, lOo; No. 3, 9c.
Prices furnished by Galinsky A Co.
Grape Fruit Dr. Phillips, 64, 44, 10. 10,
Fruits Oranges. 150, 126. $6 60; 218, 200.
176, $0.75; 252, 288, 824, $6.00. Lemons.
300, 360 Sunklst. $3.00; 300, 360 Red Ball,
$7.60. Bananas, per lb., 9c. i
Pears De'Anjlou, $4.60.
Apples Delicious, extra fancy, (4, 100,
$5; Delicious, extra fancy, 133, small,
$4.75; Winter Bananas, extra fancy. $4.75;
Winter Bananas, fancy, $4.25; Jonathan
extra fancy, $3.60; Jonathan fancy, $3.26;
Jonathan, C grade, $3.90; Wlnesaps. $3.15;
W. W. Pearmaln. $3.15; extra fancy Rome
Beauties, small sizes, 83.00.
Grape! Re Red Emperor, $7; N. T.
Cranberries Bbl. ' late Howes, $12; bbl.
Jersey, $11; box cranberries, $4.
Sweet Potatoes Jersey Hampers, $3;
bbl. Virginia, $8.60.
Potatoes! Minnesota R. R, Ohios, per
lb., 3Mc; Minnesota Whites, per lb., 3c;
Washington and Idaho Whites. Hie.
Canadian rutabagas, per lb.. $3; beets,
carrots, parsnips, 3c; hubbard squash,
24d cabbage (crate lots), 2c; cabbagq
(small lots), 3c; celery, Michigan, per doz.,
20c: celery, extra Jumbo California, doa,
$2; celery, Jumbo, $1.60; celery, medium,
$1; celery, crate lots, rough, per quart,
$9; cauliflower, per crate, 33; Brussell
spreuts, per lb., 20c; artichokes, per lb..
Cider Wlnesap and Jonathan, keg,
$7.50; Oregon Hood River cider, $10.
Onions Michigan Reds, 6Mc; California
Whites, 6c; Washington Tellows. 64c
Honey 2 dozen, frame comb, $8.00; 2
dozen 5 ounce glass, strained. $3.60.
Indians Are Saddened by Death
Seattle, Jan. 20. Puget Sound In
dians are saddened on account of the
death, of Dr. C. M. Buchanan, In
dian agent, writer and student of na
tive languages and customs. For 24
years Dr. Buchanan worked among
the Puget Sound Indians.
Foot pedals enable a new vise to
be operated and at the same time
leave both its user's hands free. ;
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TAX FREE IN NEBRASKA
$45 0,000- -
HILL HOTEL BUILDING
6 First Mortgage Bonds
fJliit.ii a a ai a a l.
BONDS MATURE SERIALLY AS FOLLOWS:
115.000 August 1, 1921
20,000 August 1, 1922
20,000 August 1. 1923
25,000 August 1, 1924
25,000 August 1, 1925
Title and" All Proceedings Relating to This h
$50,000 August 1, 1924
50,000 August 1, 1927
50,000 August 1, 192S
50,000 August 1, 1929
145,000 August 1. 1930
These bonds are a direct closed irst mortgage on
the southeast corner of 16th and Howard, 66x132, and
known as lot 4, block 169, City of Omaha. The south
naif of this lot is rw improved with a five-story, steel
frame hotel building, containing 48 rooms. On the
north half of the lot, which is the corner of 16th and
Howard, the new 13-story, steel fram?. fireproof Hill
Hotel is now being constructed.
This new hotel will rank with the best hotels in
the west and will contain 140 rooms, every room with
a private bath. The building is of handsome design
and will contain the latest ideas in modern hotel con
The land is appraised at (250,000.00 and the
buildings are valued, upon completion of present con
struction, at $600,000, making an appraised valuation
of $850,000. It is estimated that upon completion
of these improvements, the property can readily be
leased for a sum equal to 6 per cent on the appraised
valuation of $850,000.00, with the lessee paying all'
insurance, taxes, repairs and expenses of all kinds
whatsoever. . This would produce a net income of
$51,000.00 or nearly twice the maximum interest re
quirements. The hotel will be operated by the, owners, Mr.
John Wf Hill and Mr. Lem Hill, who have had many
years experience in Omaha hotel operation. They esti
mate the net income from the operation of the hotel
at $90,000.00 a year, which is nearly three and one
half times the maximum interest requirements of this
issue. - ;
i TRUST AGREEMENT
The trust agreement, under which these bonds are
issued, establishes strong safeguards arouqd these
bonds. The owners agree to make quarterly payments
each year to a sinking fund to be held, by the trustee,
to retire bonds when due; each payment to equal one
fourth of the total bonds coming due in that year.
The bonds mature serially, beginning August 1, 1921,
Increasing the security behind this issue each year un
proved by Stout, Roia and Weill, Attorney!.
PRICE PAR AND INTEREST TO YIELD 6 PER CENT.
Burns, Brinker & Co.
Peters Trust Company
NATIONAL THRIFT WEEK
WEDNESDAY "MAKE-A-WILL DAY"
Toddy Make Your Will
You owe it to your family and yourself as a fundamental duty
in the protection and safeguarding of your loved ones.
WEDNESDAY has been set aside as
National "Make-a-WM Day" in
order that attention may be di
rected to the real importance of a vrijl and
the part it plays in the plans of every well
ordered life. ,
Death, through accident or sudden ill
ness, is always a possibility. If you do
not leave a Will your property will be
apportioned in accordance witth the inher
itance laws of the State; frequently such an
apportionment would work grievous harm
on thosedependent on you for support.
Undoubtedly you have planned some
time to make your will; today,' while the
matter is before your mind, is the time to
have your Will drawn. See your lawyer
today and observe "Make-a-Will Day" by
havmg YOUR Will drawn.
YOUR WILL AND THE TRUST
In your Will you may name a Trust
Company to carry out your last wishes, and
administer your estate. By naming a Trust
Company you can be. assured that your
Executor will not die or become incapaci
The duties of the Trust Company will
be to collect the assets of your estate, pro
tect and preserve . them, pay claims and
taxes, and finally distribute your property
according to the terms of your Will.
The Trust Company is experienced in
the work of administration, and is responsi
ble, dependable, trustworthy and econom
ical in the handling of your affairs. It is
under the direct supervision of the State.
The. fees, received by. the Trust Com
pany, being fixed by laware the same as
received by others for similar services.
The cost to your estate is no greater, '
and often less, than where no Will is left, r
, When you see your lawyer today, ask
to have your Will drawn, appointing a
Trust Company as your Executor.
Sioux City live Stock.
Sioux City, la., Jan. 30. Cattle Re
ceipts, 4.000 head: market weak; beef
steers, choice fed, tlS.00lj.00: ehort fed,
$13.00(314.50; warmed up, 9.50S12.60;
fair beef steers, f7.O08.25; fat cows and
heifers. J8.60JJ13.00;' canners. 5.OOf .60;
veal calves, best, $8.0A15.50; common
calves, l.00B9.0(J: stockers. $7,00000;
feeders, I8.6011.55; feeding cows and
Hors Receipts, 11.000; market. 10 to
!0 ceitts higher: light, 114.60014. 90;
mixed, fl4.7515.00; heavy. 1.0 &14.S5
bulk of sales. I4.7514.0.
Sheep and I.ambs Receipts, l.tOfl head:
market weak. , ,
Kan mi a City Produce).
Kansas City. Mo., Jan. SO. Butter
Creamery nominally unchanged; packin
Ic higher. 41c.
Eggs Higher, 118 per case.
Poultry Hens, higher, 24J0c; other
The undersigned will be pleased to tell you more in
detail of the service offered by the modern trust company.
First Trust Company
, . United States Trust Company
Omaha Trust Company
Peters Trust Company
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