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THE BEE: OMAHA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 11)21.
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DEATH & FUNERAL NOTICES.
It AT MAX Mr. Margaret, aged 60 years,
. panned, away auddenly at family rel
dence, Saturday. February 5. 1921. Sur
vived by two daughters. Mis Mm and
All as Margaret, and eight eona, Walter,
Michael. James.Thnmes, George, Patrick.
T.co and John, all of Omaha. Funeral
TiimiIh'.' 11:45 a. m.. from family real
denre. 4208 So. 2th St., to St, Bridget
iiu,rch, a. m. Interment Holy Se
BRINGING UP FATHER-4'-
U. S. Patent Office.
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PAGE OF 'COLORS IN THE SUNDAY BEE
HERE COEa THE
COUNT DET LERiOUt)
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UP s BIT. -
vrrvvnr lis Mailt 11. sited el. moat be
invarf Biro nf I! W. Reynolds and
mother of Mr. J. W. Rasp and R. W.
Reynolds. Jr., died at the WIM
mnriii hn.nlul at 4:45 Saturday,
Funeral eervlce will be held from
familv residence. 100$ South Twenty
aecond street, Monday, at S p, m. In-
termenrForesi l.iwn cemetery.
STACK & FALCONER
OM AHA'S PEST
Thirty-third and Farnam.
HULSE & RIEPEN
PIONEER FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
701 South 16th St.
HEAFEY & HEAFEY,
' Undertaker and Fmbalmcrs.
rhone H. 2C5. Office 8611 Farnsm.
FOR AMBULANCE call South 680. Korlako
Funeral Hume. 23d and O 8t.
LEE L. LARMON ;??.
1814 Douglas St.
lath and Farn a m. 1' -3Q00.
151 Farnam. t ugla 1241
LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS.
Foil A RT1CLES LOST on treet car tele
phone Tyler 80OJ W are anxious to re.
' store lust articles to rightful owner.
OMAHA & COUNCIL BLUFFS ST. RY
Painting, pprhg.. plastering. Wal. 4567.
JANITOR. 'want day work. Webster 6051.
LOST Lady' wrist watch on 23d or 24th
24th sued ibetween F and X. Initials.
If. C. W.,; on back. Reward. Call
South 0133. . t
LOST Beaver muff, Friday afternoon;
downtown. Liberal reward. Return to
kli New Tel. .Hid. j ORADUATli nurse will care for paralysed,
' mental or enenn,,- I'si"""' in ray aomc
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ilTIlYJir BE RICHT f J , JjjiJ HE WANT TO TM
1-TON Fairbanks No. 4 standard
scale, txSi foot platform, also
21-inch Buffalo Forg Co. eihaust
fan. Inquire at Omaha Be office,
17th and Farnam Sts. Phon Tyler
WB buy, soil safe, make deaK, show-
case, etc. ; Oraaha Fixture & Supply Co.
3. W. Cor. 11th and Dougla. D, 2724.
S A TPTPQ BARGAINS, 2th & Farnam.
Oir CjO j, j. Darlght Safe Co.
WANTED TO BUY.
DESKS DESKS' DESKS
New desk, used desk bought, sold and
traded. J. C. Reed, 1207 Farnam. D. 146.
WILL buy second-hand clothing, shoes and
urnlture. Ty. 2588. A. Savett. 705 N. 14
FOR RENT ROOMS.
ARB YOU LOOKING FOR ROOMS7
Or have you planned on making a
change, which will be more convenient
for you? If ao. then call The Bee Want
Ad Dept., Tyler 1000, and we will not
only furnish you with a complete room
list of choice vacant rooms in Omaha,
hut also keep jour number on our
"Want to Rent" list for further refer
ence In case you wanted to make an
other change. These list are absolutely
free of charge to all readers and adver
tisersof The Omaha Bes and published
solely for their convenience and benefit.
Call any time. Tyler 1000. Want Ad
REASONABLE, pleasant room in modern,
private home; talking distance. Har
2117 8HBRMAJ AVE. Furnished apt.
for rent. Wehter 1600.
113 SOUTH 20TH ST., parlor sleeping
rooni. good beat. 1'ouelaa 7687.
BEAUTIFUL room In private home.
N. 27th St.. near Harney car.
NEAT colored man wishes position a
rhauffeur: well experienced in lignc re
pairing and garage work. Web. 6009.
TOI'XO married man wants work. Tele
phone u ehster 1 , 90. -
COLORED man want cleaning work.
Private houses and offices, u eb. 6-47.
FOR wall paper elrnnlng. floors waxed,
varnishing, etc.. call i:oiiax nib.
HOOK of Economy Furniture Co.,
f'ity, Mo.. If found. Web. 1803.
THE SALVATION Army Industrial bom
solicit your old clothing, furniture,
magazine. We collect. We distribute
Phono Doug 4126 and our wagon will
call. Call and Inspect our new borne.
. 1110-1112-1114 Dodga St. ,
J W. MARTIN, patent 'atty.. 1716 Dodge.
PIPKIN'S NATIONAL DETECTIVE
. AGENCY, Incorporated. Douglas 1107.
Suite 308, Paxton Block. Omiiha. Neb.
SAY IT WITH FLOWERS FROM HESS
& 8VVOBODA, 1415 FARNAM STREET.
SWEDISH masaage by masseuse. Dg. 6877.
RENT.' vacuum cleaner, tl up. Wal. 1947.
MASSAGE 210 North Seventeeht St.
ELECTRO massage. 318 Neville Blk.
KEEP'S HOTEL ROME
LET KF.EPS teach you to dance. Spe
cial attention to children. Satisfaction
assured. Dg. JSS'i. Har. 2793.
TTol Pin a School for Dancing. 2421
-AVCl-AHltJ Farnam. Doug. 7850.
412 S. 48th St. WaK 4293.'
DAY work, wliKt, bundle washing. Web
Dreaciuaking, nil "kinds, by day. yeb. 097.
PRACTICAL nurse or day work. D. ri3.
DRESSMAKING by day. Web. r.?7.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
SOM3 bara-alns in used Ford cara. Me
Caffrey Motor Co. The Handy Ford
Service Station, 16th aad Jackson, Doug
OAKLAND Sensible Six.
20th and Harney St.
, Repairing and Painting.
2768 Burt. Hnrney 6811.
TIRE REPAIRING Expert work guaran.
teed for life of casing. Write cr phone
for price list. Express or parcel Poc
paid both ways. EVERRKAUY Tilth
SERVICE CO.. 314 So. 19th St. .
Motorcycles and Bicycles.
WRITE for our list of guaranteed rebuilt
motorcycles Victor jr. Roos. 27th and
leaven worth, Dept. B. Omaha, Neb,
813 S. 20th Warm, well-furnished, large
closet; l or 2 gentlemen. Tyler I44,
NICELYfurnlshcdroom. Har. 1984.
TWO conneetlnu rooms. Web. 4097.
FURNISHED room, new home. liar. 4324.
FRONT sleeping nn.; pvt. family. Ty.
CALL FOR COMPLETE LIST OF HOUSE
KEEPING ROOMS IN CITY. WE HAVE
THE. BEST IN CITY. CALL TYLER
1000. ' WANT AD. ASK ABOUT OUR
BEE ROOM LIST. PUBLISHED EVERY
WEEK FREE OK CHARGE FOR THE
BENEFIT OF OUR ADVERTISERS
AND READERS. TYLEl. 1000. WANT
, AD , v
TWO connecting, furnished, housekeeping
rooms with alcove, etrlctly modern,
light, heat, gas furnished. Garage room
for one car tf rtesired: no children. 2032
N. lttlt Webster 3979.
CJIOSSTOWN, 24th and Davenport, 2
rooms, heat, electric lights. 220H N. 23d.
TWO or three-room apartment, modern
home; everything furnished. Web. 4097.
Laundry and Day Work.
PHONE your ad In to Too Bee, it saves
time. Call Tyler 1000 and a for Lha
Want Ad Dept.
ROOM and kitchenette, college girls pre
frred; Wilier Park. Colfax 4930.
Watch the Domestic column ofTho
Bee. Lota of good placea are always
advertised. Don t miss them.
CLEANING and Ironing. Ref. Web, 4748.
Day work, cleaning and droning. Web. 4748
CLEANING and daywork, exp. Web. 6099.
CLEANING, launtlrv. day work. Web. 6383.
Laundress wants dhy work, Web. 6053.
DAY work wanted.
FIRST-CLASS laundress, exp. Web. 6247.
DAY work. Webeti r 6C.58.
COLORED ladv wants day w'k. Web. 6820.
EXP. laundress; daywork. Web. 5182.
LACE curtalna and blankets. 8. 4367
HELP WANTED MALE.
Professions and Trades.
Detective Bureau, Railway
Doug. 2056. Night Col. 1818.
; JAME3 ALLAN, 312 Neville Blk. Evidence
secured in all cases, ryier ii3t.
ORDERS taken for homemade cakes by
(first-class catTO-s. Web. 4320,
ACCORDION, sid'. knife, sunburst, box
. pleating, covered buttons, all slses and
styles; hemstitching, plcot edging, eye
" let cut work, buttonholes, pejnants.
Ideal Button and Pleating Col, 308
Hrown Bile. Douglas 13.
rT a nrrvxTrvcmv,
; Ui.mJXJlO or!
pay th best
1 price with privilege
to buy back: at small profit. GROSS
JEWELRY CO., 403 N. 16tn St Doug,
laa 604S. . ,
OMAHA PILLOW COMPANY. Mattresses
' made over in new tick at half prleo of
new beds. Pillows renovated and made
i In new feather-proof ticking. 1907
Cuming atreet. Douglas 2467.
27th and Martha Sta., Omaha, Neb.
Brass, bronze, aluminum and machine
gray Iron castings.
FILMS developed: printing and enlarging.
Writ for prices. Th Ensign Co.. 1107
Howard St .
BELL'S MENTHOL OINTMENT can b
purchased at Rtalto Drug Stor. 15th
and Douglas St.. Omaha. Neb
SAFETY razor blades sharpened, new ra
tion, razor blades sold. Omaha Razor
s h arpenlng Co.. 1622V Dodge. 1 MRJl
PAXTON HOTEL TURKISH BATH.
Massage, hot packs. '
CONCANNON BROS.. TYLER C7S1.
COMPRESSED AIR PAINTING EQUIP
MENT. G. A. Rbhertson. 724 First Nat'l
' Bank. Doug. 0045 or Har. 3375.
VK do all kinds remodeling, repairing.
. See'our book of plans on bungal'-wa, ga
rages. Dickson Newman. So. 2794.
Neb. Pirating & Button Co
St. Doug. 5670.
OMAHA WELDING CO. "Thi
Welders." 15th and Jackson.
FULL dress suit and tuxedos for rent,
10 N. 16tb St.. JohA Feldman. D. 8128.
Omaha Towel Supply 207 8. 11th. Dv 528.
1'APERHAXGIXG and painting. Ty. 4302.
Furniture and Household Goods.
l.V going through your attic, don't you
find a lot of clothing, furniture, pic
tures and ether articles that you have
no further use forj And hav you ever
stopped to think, that someone might
- be only too glad to have them? Then
why not 1st the public know you hav
those articleartiseles to you through
a little want ad in Th Bee? It costs
very little and a 3-day ad would almost
be -jure to sell it for you. Try it. Call
Tyior loot and ask for th Want Ad
set for sale,
mahogany dining room
Calif. Dg. 6218: no
TWO big leather chairs. 4308 Lake St.
Pianos and Musical Instruments.
BIGGEST phonograph bargains in town:
8.15 size, $17.50; (150 size, 865: 200
slue. 396; II records, 4nc. Record ex
changed. 15c. Shlae Phonograph Co.,
1404 Dodge St. Doug. 2147.
WANTED Foreman for truck and, auto
repair ahop in Omaha. AdVise expe
rience and salary wanted. Bos W-157,
MOLER. BARBER COLLEGB.
110 So. J4th. Write for catalog.
Salesmen and Solicitors.
WANTED Men to can
j vass house-to-house in
Omaha and Council
Bluffs. Only men who
, are willing to work 8
hours a day need apply.
Experience not absolutfe
, ly necessary. Apply to
Mr. Long, The Omaha
WANTED Experienced salesman to sell
popular priced ladles' coverall aprons,
children's dresses, as side line, western
Iowa, Nebraska and Dakotas. Give ref
erence. Good commission. Reardon
Bros. Mfg. Co., Waukegan, 111.
OLD established house desires experi
enced lump salesman; state Nebraska;
state experience. Address Y-1425, Oma
LIBERAL commission and bonus to A-l
salesman, exclusive territory, fast sell
ing proposition. 339 Leflang Bldg,
HELP WANTED FEMALE.
Household and Domestic.
Board and Rooms.
FCB CHOICE BOARD AND R.M, WATCH
THE BEE WANT ADS, AND IF YOU
DO NOT FIND WHAT YOU WANT IN
THE WANT COLUMN CALL TY. 1090
AND ASK ABOUT OUR COMPLETE
LIST OF ROOMS,
FOR 'SALE IDEAL. STOCK RANCH.
3.440-acre stock ranch In western ?e
hraska, 10 miles from county seat; Well
fenced and crops-fenced in 3 pastures;
plenty of running spring water for
stock: situated mostly in wooded hills:
plenty of growing timber, pine and
cedar for shade, shelter, wood, poles,
posts, etc.': blackront, wheat and gram
ma grasses. Ranch will run 300 head
of cattle: 150 acres good, lev-el alfalfa
land to bo irrigated by owner's private
Irrigation project now under construc
tion which rocs with the ranch; that
part under tho irrigation ditch has pro
duced without ' Irrigation an abundance
of hay and feed for winter; 3 60 acres
now in winter wheat! 100 acrea of thi3
land this year made 35-bu. of wheat pet
acre. 1,000 acrea of this ranch could be
'tractor farmed; nil good, rich soil. 40
head of .registered Hereford cattle may
be sold with the ranch or not as suits
buyer. Good 10-room dwelling house,
all modern improvements, spring water
piped throughout; Delco electric lights;
garage; produclr.g apple orchard and
' plenty of wild fruit. Bank barn. 24x80;
corrals, sheds, etc. Price, $25 per acre.
$40,000 carried back on ranch on lonu
time at 6 per cent, must have $16,600
casn ana win consider good first mort
gage paper or tlrst-class farm on bal
ance. No agents, you deal direct with
the owner living on the ranch. Pos
session -March, 1, Addresa Box Y-H22,
l-R.M: gentleman only; breakfast, dinner
If desired: home privileges. Wal. 3084.
558 S. 26TH AVE. Nice furnished double
room for 2, with board. Harney 2129.
YOUNG man wants roommate, twin beds;
near car ilne, Tyler 6490.
TWO unfurnished rooms; heat, light, water
and gas furnished. S20 S. 21st St. T. 3329.
FOR RENT HOUSES.
108 Stanford Clrsle. 13th and Vinton St.
6-room. house, modern ex. heat, rent
EIRKETT & CO..:.
350 Peters Trust Bids: , Douglas 0633. '
FOR RENT APTS. AND FLATS.
Dodge, at 18th Street
Omaha's Newest ant! Finest
elusive Apartment Hotel.
Reservations Filed For
3 rooms; heat, bath, $10. Wal. 6237.
Peters Trust Company,
Specialists In apartment management.
THREE and 4-oioin heated apts. $40.00
and $52.50. l.Sih nnd MkdI. Web. 4945.
FOUR rooms, $15. 4411 S. 26th St.: nine
rooms. $25, 3705 Q St. Tyler 1910.
FOR RENT Business Property.
WAREHOUSE FOR RENT.
' Upper four floors ' of Sprinklered
building approximately 35,001) square
feet space, very convenient to ' retail
section. Tlwse floors are of high cell
ing and carry a good load. Private
freight elevator serves this space.
Ample windows afford a good, natural
light. Will lease to responsible par
ties at very low rental. - Phono. Mr. Rol
ler, Douglas 0314, j
800 ACRES' FINE FARM LANDS.
90 per cent plow land," 24 miles north
of Gordon, Neb., low price, easy terms,
$20 per acre, old price of 4 years ago;
get this for your boys. ,
WRITE OWNER, 6844 Apatt t.
i College Avenue. Oakland. Cal.
1 A'NDOLOGY special number Just out,
' containing 1921 facts of clover land l
Marjnette county, Wisconsin. If .for"
a home or as an Investment you are
thinking of buying gold farm lands
where farmers grow rich, feend at once
for this special number of Landology
It Is free on request. Addresa Skid-more-Riehle
Land Co.. 433 Skidmore
Rlehle Bldg.. Marlnett. Wi. .
Real Estate' Loans.
CITY LOANS WANTED.
C. G. CARLBERG,
Doug. 0585. 312 Brandels Th. Bldg.
WE have cash on hand to loan on Omaha
E. H. LOUGEE, INC..
638 Kecline Bldg.
Omaha Produce . Live Stok
Fruit Bananas: per lb., 10c. Oranges:
150-176, $5.50; 200-216, $5.60: 260-288,
$5.25. Lemons: 270 Sunklsj, 15.60; 270,
choice, $5, Grape fruit: Blue Goose, 8ki
Hl or Favorite, 46, $4.75; 64, $5; 64-70-80,
$5.60. Apples: Delicious, 176-188-200, $4;
fancy Wine Saps, staymen or old fashioned,
72-80-88-113-163, $3; 175-200-816-225, $2.75;
choice, 176-200-216-225, $2.60; Jumble
$1.76; Canoes, $3; Bl. Twigs, $3; York
Vegetables Sweet, potatoes, casket,
$2.60. Potatoes: Idahoe Whites, cwt.,
$2.25- R. R. ohlos, $2.50. Cabbage, per
lb., 2'4;C. Onions: Spanish, crates. $3.60;
Red Globe, per lb. 2tyc. English walnuts,-
Black Diamond, lb., 27c.
Root Vegetables Beets, carrotte, per lb.,
2!4c; parsnips-rutabagoes, 2c; white
turnips, per lb., 3c. Green vegetables:
radishes, per doz., $1.25; shallotts, per doz..
$1; parsley,, per doz., 90c; spinach, per
lb., 12c: cucumbers, per doz., 84; green
pepperB, per lb., 40c; leaf lettuce, per doz.,
85c; head letUce, per crt., $4; bead lettuce,
per doz., $1.50: cauliflower, per crt., $2,25.
California celery: rough, crates, I6.6U;
extra Jumbo, washed. 81.75 special Jumbo,
washed, $1,60; medium Jumbo, washed.
Miscellaneous Honey, 24 rrarnew, per
case, $7; dates. Dromedary, 36 pkgs.. per
100 to case, prize, $7; 60 to case, prize,
$3.60; 100 to case, No. prize, $6.75; 50 m
case, o. prize, $3.40.
Nuts Cocoanuts. per sack. $9: cocoa-
nuts, per doz., $1.40; peanuts, Jumbo, raw,
16c; peanuts, Jumbo, roast, 18c; peanuts,
No. 1, raw, lflc; peanuts, No. 1, roast, 12c;
peanuts, 10-lb. can, salted, $2. io.
Wholesale prices of beet cuts, effective
January 31. are as follows:
No. 2 ribs, 24c; No. i ribs. 16 'ic;
No. 2 loins. 2SHc; No. 3 loins. 20c. .
No. 2 rounds. 2Hc; No. -3 rounds. lCc.
No. 2 chucks, ll',ic; No. 3 chucks. 914c.
No. 2 plates. 9'c: No. 3 plates, 8c.
Omaha Hay Market.''
Omaha. Feb. 3,
Receipts of both prairie hay and alfalfa
have been liberal for tho last few dajs.
While demand is fair to good on better
grades, the lower grades are moving slow
ly and prices are lower on account of poor
demand. ' Oat. and wheat'-straw easier and
Hay Upland prairie: No. 1. $10.00
11.00; No. 2, $9."010.00; No. 3. $7.00(W
50. Midland- No. 1. iS.BOMlK.50: No. a
$8.009.00. Lowland: No. 1, $S.009.0fl;
No. 2, $7.008.0O. , r
Alfalfa Choice. $22.0024.00: No. 1.
$19.0021.00: standard. $14.00(3118.00: No.
2, $11.5013.50: No. i. $10.0011.00.
Straw Oat. i $8.5009.00: wheat. $8,009
9.00. ... "
Official Monday ....'
Official Tuesday ...
Of fills I Friday
Six days this wit. ..
Same day last w!...
Same day 2 wk ago.
Same day 3 wk aso.
Same day year ago. .
5,614 11,62 6,892
7.448 2l,0l 7.806
5,308 1S,611 6,395
1.210 '1 1,730 ,3U7
100 12,200 :o
22.928 86,019 28.06
32,649 8.1,040 47,37
33940 69J80 6L02
31,786 65,317 30,73V
Receipts and disposition nf live sloek
the Union Stock yards, Omaha, Neb., for
24 hours ending at 3 o'clock p,- nf., Feb
ruary 5, 1921 :
Wabash .. ' 1 5 ..'
S. & N. W., east...
C. & N. W., west
C. St. P., M. t O.
l' B. & Q.. oast
C, B. y west...
C P.. I. & P., east...
C. R. I, ft P.. west a
Illinois C ntral 2 ..
Chi. Gt. West 2 t.
Total rece!pts ...i. 3 183 Jl
.Morris Co 1 1,329
Swift ,fc 0 2-K5
Cudahy Packing Co.t 2,21s
Armour & Co '.a!
J. W. Murphy . . 1.798
Dold Packing Co 1.105
OMAHA HOMES EAST NEB. FARMS
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO..
1018 Om. Nat. Bk. Bldg. Doug. 2716.
$100 to $10,000 made promptly.
F. D. WEAD. Wead Bldg.. 310 S. 18th St,
PROMPT service, reasonable rates, private
money. Garvin Bros. 345 Omaha Nat.
$3,000 first farm mortgage, runs Z
years at 7'4 pec cent. No red tape or
PEARSON. Mooreflcld, Neb.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
To buy or sell Omaha Real Estate see
FOWLER & M'DONALD
1120 City Nat. Bk. Bldg. Douglas 1428.
THE Old Reliable Real Estate Office.
M'CAGUE. INVESTMENT CO.,
1506 Dodge St Douglaa 1845.
Western Real Estate Co.. 413 Karbnch Big.
LIST homes and income property with ,
UKUtiNIG REALTY CO.
1418 1st Nat. Bk. - Doug. 1966.
WE SPECIALIZE IN DUNDEE HOMES.
C. B. STUHT CO-
city Nat'l Bids, Douglas 8787.
P. J. TE B BEN S fnand rJeniafi J
q.-tf vMiiaiia ai I OK. ciqg. UOUgla ZJJ
Watch the Domestic Column of The
Be Want Ada. Good, well-paid and
homelike plates always advertised.
for general housework;
Phone Walnut 0895.
YOUNG WOMEN OK AMBITION SEEK
ING EMPLOYMENT AT GOOD WAGES
WITH OPPORTUNITIES FOR RAPID
ADVANCEMENT WILL FIND IT TO
THEIR INTF.RHST TO INVESTIGATE
THE OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYMENT
WITH OUR COMPANY OFFER.
NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE
CO.. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. NEW
TELEPHONE BLDQ. R.OOM 614.
Male and Female..
CLERKS, (men, women) over 17, for postal
inau service, montn. examinations
Feb. Experience unnecessary. For free
particulars of Instruction, write J.
Leonard, (former civil service examiner!,
909 Equitable Bldg.. Washington, D. C
WANTED Spn, ladies and boy to learn
barber trade; big demand; wage while
learning: strictly modern. Call or write
1403 Dodge St. Trt-Clty Barber College.
STEINWAY. Smith, Bournes, . Chickering
pianoa. Thatcher Piano Co., 1419
A. HOSPE CO.
- Piano for renL
BRAND-NEW suit, sie 38. cost $80. sell
84. S037 California. Harney 7332.
Typewriters and Supplies.
ALL MAKES, bought, told, rented and
'repaired. Sole agents for th CORONA.
Get our pric beforo you buy. Every
. machine guaranteed.
Central Typewriter Exci
Douglaa 41?h. - 1113 Farnam.
PROTECT OGRAPHS, F. .'; bargains.
518 Farpam Bldg.
. V rent rpslr, o!l nredloa sod parts.
L ' Sth and Harney. ' Douglas 1 f 7 1,
SURE and safe Investment, city warrants
, pay you 10 pr cent Interest. $100,
aad $1,000 amount. R. G. Solomon,
HT KaJbaih Bid Douglas 5262.
DAY SCHOOL NIGHT SCHOOL.
Complete courses In Accountancy, ma
chine bookkeeping,- comptometry, -shorthand
and typewriting, railroad and wire
less telegtaphy, civil service and all
English arid commercial branches. Write,
call or phone Douglas 1566 for large
illustrated catalog. Address
' Boyles Bldg.. Omaha. Neb.
Van 8ant School of Business.
Day and Evening Schools.
220 .Omaha National Bank Bldg.
DISTRIBUTING business located in Ne
braska,, 31,000 t $2,000 required. Earn
34,000 to $10.0(. No canvassing.
Handle your own business and money.
Warner. Box 32?, Kansas City, Mo.
TO GET in or out of business, se LEWIS
tt Co.. 411 McCague Blag.
RESTAURANT for sale, a
Hon. 307 North 16th St.
good , proposi-
FOR RENT ROOMS.
NICELY furnished room, suitable for 1
or 2 genllemrn. -32 1 Dewey Ave.
XVCK comfortable rcimis for rent, reason
qlile nrlee. 4217 Harney. Wal. 6438.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished front room, well
heated. 1533 Tark Ave. H. 7378.
FOR RENT One building, 46x110, garage.
March I: one building, 20x80; also 99
pairs roller skates in good shape for
sale. J. P. Johnson. Geneva, Neb.
SEE F. D. WEAD. 310 8. 18TH ST.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
' STORAGE, MOVING, PACKING
HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND PIANOS
FREE RENTAL SERVICB.
COMPLETE LIST OF
HOUSES AND APARTMENTS,
16th and Jackson Sta. Douglas 028S.
MOVING. PACKING. STORAGE.
Separate locked rooms for household
goods and piano, moving, packing and
OMAHA VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
106 South K.th. . Duug. 4163.
VAN and STORAGE CO.
Owned by H. R. Boweu Co. .Tyler 3400
UNION TRANSFER CO.
Let us estimate your moving, packing
and storsge. J606 Davenport, Doug. 2908,
POULTRY AND PET STOCK.
BARLEY, $2.60 per hundred delivered. A.
M. Wagner. 801 N. ich St, Doug. 1142.
eggs. Queen incubato.
hatching eggs. Col-
THOROUGHBRED Barred Rock cockerels,
16 birds. $3. 8. 2855. 3915 S. 37tl St.
Cockerels, Wht. Wvndt. ; Rocks. Wal. 1794.
AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
We -have Some splendid 1919
newly painted Fords for sale, cash
or terms. Try one and you'll buy
Drive It Yourself Co.,
1314 Howard St. . Doug. 3622.
HAVE inquiries for homes do yOu want
to sell your property? List It with
C. A. Grimmel, Omaha Nat'l Bk. Ride-.
ANTED TO BUY Four or 5-room house
f.od location and pay $o down.
, $30. $3a month. BoxH-45. Omaha Bee.
iii4f- omana Nat Bk. nidg. Doug. 16S8
RTRTCF.TT rmal estate!
250. Petr! Trust Bldg. Doug. 0633.
REAL ESTATE UNIMPROVED.
WE HAVE an unusually well located plec
of tracksge, 81x132; tracks on both
aides. Alfred Thomas & Son, 604 1st
113 FEET ON 11TH ST.,
$50 PER FOOT.
BOSTWICK, 40l Peters Trust Bldg.
New Turk Cotton. .
New York, Feb. 5. The coUon market
w as much steadier eat ly. Juno started 1
point lower, but active options showed
gains of 5 to 13 points it the outset, fol-
owed by further upturns. There was cov
ering for over the week-end, based partly
on abandonment nf the excess in foreign
exchange. Soon prices were about 28 points
abovo last night's close.
The advance extended to 28 to 47 points.
The close was a few points off from the
best, but steadied at a net advance ot 20
to si points. . !
New York Sugar. .
New York, Feb. 6. The local market for
raw sugar was firmer and while prices
were nominally unchanged at 894c for
,'ubas. cost and freight, eiual to 4.64c
for centrifugal,' theM was no fresh busi
ness reported today, while there were buy
ers at. quoted prices, with holders asking
.more. Late Friday there was anotheo
sale ot 20,000 bags or Cuba to operators
at 3?ic cost and freight, and it was ru
mored that some Cubus were sold today at
a little above this figure, although de
tails were lacking.
Duluth. Minn., Feb. 6. Linseed on track
and arrive, '$1.73 Vi.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
SMALL store with flat above, on car lino,
modern, rent $720 year; price. $4,600;
easy terms. Douglas 1734 days.
REAL ESTATE TO EXCHANGE.
JAX CHANG ES FOR
LEGITIMATE . EX
Pcters Trust Bldg.
CLEAR lot. So. Omaha for car. Benjamin
& Frankenburg. Doug. 0722.
REAL ESTATE SUBURBAN.
Total : ' 11,891
Cattle Receipts of icttle were only two
cars pr 100 head, and the market was
nominally steady with yesterday not enough
being on sale to test values. For th
week receipts are r.eariy 23,000. Demand
has been lighter than usual all week on
account of the -poor market for dressed
beef in the east ii.d although the run of
cattle has been. a third smaller than last
week's prices have- agalu worked lower,
declines amounting to around 60u on all
kinds of cattle, both killers -and feeders.
Top for the week on beef steers was
J8.10 and bulk of the offerings sold from
$0. 307. 60. with most of the cows and
heifers at I4.50&5.50. Stockers and feed
ers are moving largely t $6.00 fi 7.35, all
these prices are the . lowest in several
Quotations on cattle: Good to choice
beeves, 8)7.75 8.25 ; fitr to good beeves,
$7.00427.75; common to fair beeves. $6.00
4T 7.0'i ; good to choice yearlings, $7.60
8.00; fair to good yearling. $.767.50;
common to fair yearlings. 86.00 18 6.76:
to choice heifers,' $5.0O5.75; choice to
primt row:' t. ii ' v
cows. $5,00115.50; fair to good cows, $460
5. 00;' common to talr cows. $2.504.26;
good to choice feeders. $7.60'3i8.00: fair
to good feeders, $6.75 7.50 ; common to
fair feeders, $.6.0086.75; good to choice
stockers, $7.25f7.75; fair to good stock
ers. $6.25i;7.25; common to fair stockers,
$5.006.25; atock heifers, $4.O05.6O: stock
cows, $'!.50i'M Ml; j, .ooa;'ie,v;
bulls, stags etc., $4.255.25.
Hogs About 12.200 were received today,
the heaviest Saturday run in a long while.
Packers wanted good light hogs .'and
bought most of the bacon and light
butcher weights during early rounda at
about steady prices, but mixed packing
and heavies met with a dull demand at
small declines. Trade as a whojo ruled
steady to UifoSOr lower. Bulk sold at a
spread of $8.763.50, with best light mak
ing hogs making a top of $9.60. Compared
witn a w eeK atfir ngnt nogs are cjusihh j
at senerallv steed,- nrlee. mixed packing!
grades show losses of 15$35c and heavy
hogs are selling all of 5075c under a
No. Av. Sh,
57. .236 ...
Omaha, Feb. S.
Crain receipts today were mod
erate to light with corn arrivals the
bulk. Wheat prices for straight
grades tone about 4 cents higher
for the few offerings sold. Com
ranged li to 2c higher, generally 1
Ho l!4c.up. Oats were a cent higher,
Rye was up 2 cents and barley 1
cent. Russell's News wired that
Gre6ce took; 1,000,000 bushels wheat
today There was a good demand
trom exporters and millers at Win
nipeg slid a Chicago wire. Wire
said tiiatOmaha exporters raised
bids on whe?it half a cent today.
No. 1 hard. 1 Vor, $1.56.
No. 3 herd. 2 cars, $1.62: 1 ear, $1.61.
No. 4 hard, 2 cars, $1.47 (smutty.)
No. 5 hard, 3 rati. $1.47.
No. 3 mixed. 1 car $1.60 (durum.)
No. 4 mixed, I car $.42 (durum).
No. 4 white, 1 car 61c.
No. yellow, 1 car 62c..
No. 4 yeliow, 9 cars, 49i
No. 6 yellow, 1 car. 48c.
No. 3 mixed, 3 cars, S1c
No. 4 mixed, 1 car, 49 Vic. (stoccial bill
ing): 10 cars. 49c. '
No. 5 mixed, 2 cars,' 48c.
No. 3 white, $ cars, 3c. ;
.No. 4 white, 1 car. 87tc
No. 2. 1 car, $1.35.
No. 3. 1 car, $1.35.
Sample, 1 car. 45c.
OMAHA RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
' t (Cars.)
' Week Tear
Receipts T.-day Ago Ago
Wheat 3 47 68
Corn 51 SI 2"
Oats .... 12 47 10
Rye 5 5 15
Barley . 0 . 6 . 2
Wheat SS 51 .-1
Corn , Ml 28 26
Oats 29 5 10
Rye . 7
Barley 0 17 0
PRIMARY RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS
Wheat . ,
Corn . . . . . . , ,
Corn ... . ....
Corn . .
Pr. No. Av. Sh. Pr.
8 40 54..28 80 $ 8 60
8 60 67.. 234 ... 8 7
8 Tr 25. .280 70 8 85
8 90 54.. 278 ... 9 00
9 05 C3..284 .... 0 10
9 15 C8..24S .. . 9 20
25 72. .211 ... 9 33
9 40 81 . .220 140 9 50
9 60 63. .200 ... 9 65
T WENT IT -ONE lots If Benson, city limits;
grapes and all kinds of fruit trees: 3
room house, $3,260: $500 cash; balance
monthly Immediate possession. - Doug-
las 64)48. V
FOR SALE 5-room all-modern house; full
basement, floor drain, cistern and city
water In basement, Vi block to car line.
In city limits; modern house, 3-story,
barn, good, hen house: 1 acre fruit,
1,200 feet fronting on Washington high
way: 3 acres alfalfa; beautiful view,
$2,600 cash, balance terms. Snap 11
taken at once. Phone Colfax 0311. Talk
NETHAWAY. Sabmbon prop'ty. Col. 1409.
FOR SALE Five-room house, modern.
$700. . either cash or easy terms. Tele
phone South 144 3. '
Sheep Only a few sheep and lamls were
received today and prices were nominally
steady. All classes of ft stock have been
working lower this, week and Iambs show
a loss of 5075e 'with sheep moving at
declines of around a half dollar. Good
lambs have drooped to $9.009.25. with
heavy grades down to $8.00 and less
Pretty good ewfs are bringing $4.00 i
4.25. with choice grades quoted up to
$4.50. A few wethers sold at $5.00 and
some yearlings $6.25 1 6.26. Feeder trade
has been very quiet with an easier ten
dency. Quotations on sheep: Best fat lambs,
$9.009.25: medium to good lambs. $8.75
9. CO: plain and heavy lambs. $7.758.50;
yearlings. $6.25S75; aged wethers, $4.60
(15.25; good to choice ewes, J4. 25484. 50;
fair to good ewes, $3.754.25; heavy ewes.
$3.50Sf4.00; cull and canner ewes, $1.60
8.00; feeding lambs, $8.00 8.75; feeding
ewes, $2. 75 & 3. 25.
CHICAGO CAR LOT RECEIPTS.
i Week Tear
' - Today Ago Agj
Wheat Vi 122 10
Corn .............i..307 . 467 IH
Oats 75 '63- 72
KANSAS CITY CAR LOT RECEIPTS. .
Today Ago - Ago
.180 256 - 121
. 33 66 37
, 9 - 6 .8
Tday Ago Ago
,138 415 46
,58 124 , . ,110
21 45 ii
NORTHWESTERN CAR LOT RECEIPTS
... or. w HI? AT,
Duluth ;'. .",
Winnipeg . ,
Minneapolis, Minn.. Feb. 5. Flour Uni
changed to lOo higher; In carload lots
family patents -luoted at $8.76$. 80 per
bbl. in' 98-lb. cotton sack.
Wheat Receipts, 176 cars, compared
with 244 cars a year ago: cash No. 1
northern. $1.67'i,?1.61Ti ; March closed,
tl-46?; May, $1.44 tj.
Corn No. 3 yelluiv, (ltf-SSc.
Oats No. 3 white, :7H3ic.
Barley 45 66c.
Rye No! 2, $1.48 1.49',.
Flax No. 1. $i.751.77. -
By ALEXANDER DANA NOYES
Chicago Tribune-Omaha Bee laei IWie.
New York, Feb. 6, H last week'
reduction in reserve ratio at thr
New York Federal bank, bringinn
the percentage to a lower figure
even of that of a year ago. might
have seemed of itself, t point to
tight money, the statement for the
whole reserve system could not he
so interpreted. The week's increav
in the average reserve ratio of the
12 banks combined is not great; the
percentage is now 49 1-3, as against
49 a week iao. But the increase
has been continuous in every week
since December 23, when it stood
at 49. The system's present ratio
is the highest since the end or Sep
tember, 1919 or 41 j per cent above
that of a year ago, and the substan
tial rccovcrey since the year began
contrasts with an iininterruDted
weekly decrease between January 9
and February "i, last year.
mat tins has occurred while the
reiier' nre tnf in.. if rAH1.
alone is rower than at the end of
December, whereas even last vear
it had increased 1 per cent during
the corresponding interval, merely,
emphasizes the now wcllknown fact
that interior banks have been
strengthening themselves at New
York's expense. (
livery 'other reserve district now
reports a substantially higher re
serve ratio than New York and ex
cept for Kansas City and Dalla?.
the percentage has risen in all of
them since the end of 1919.
When It Is added that rediscounts nf the
entire system hn"r decreased $23.000,(iiin
last week and i $363,000,000 since the end
of January (New York alone showing In
crease for both perlodr-.) and that white
New York's notr. circulation Increased
$8,700,000 last week, the note Issues of tiia
rest of the system decreased $22,000,01)0.
It is plain enouirh that the general credit
situation Is Improving steadily. It "
mains to be seen, when the Interior dis
tricts which have been tinder speclnl
stress will again be able to stand on their
That the temnoriry and casual fluot in
line on the Stock Exchange have 1n-
ilcated only the testing of the market
by professional speculators, and that the
tests have proved nothing except the ab
sence 'of any other buying or selling or
ders, have been evident for several weeks.
There are nega'lvo ns well as positive
nferences which may be drawn. However.
One Is. tbt liquidation of real holdings
hrnuffh force of necessity has ceased. .
and this proves that the general strain
credit has relaxed a conclusion not
affected by the tightness In tho pan
week's call money market. If. moreover,
as most peoplo nf experience had to ad
fciill. the prolonged decline on the Stnrk
KV'hange between flection day and New
Year's week foretdiadowed similar result
later on In the business situation, then I'
etfually reasonable to assume that th"
rQonfhalt in the downward movement
Indicates that the trade situation also will
presantlX reach something like equili
The fact Vhat commodity markets were
till declining lap week. unemployment
continuing and distress In many agricul
tural districts W'reasing, proves nothing
to the contrary, yriiese are the very con
ditions which wran now see to have
been foreshadowed liy the "bear market"
In election week which so greatlv sur
prised and disconcerted Wall Street. For
this reason come legitimate ground of
reassurance n to therourse of thincs
In general Industry mvV obtained evn
f'om the present purposeless stock mark-
TRe action, or perhaps one should sav
the Inaction, of the railway stocks j es
pecially Interesting from that lew point.
Considering the many deficits, even in th
railway earnings reports for December and
the extremely pessimistic statements made
last week by Mr. Atterbury comeming
the.Janunry results, one might.- ongn
eral principals, have expected a severeXde-
Hne in railway stocks. . Hut there as
,Mnn nn .tll. H..J n. I itl.All am m l,n
ho t-nlltf-a nrM fl? inn -n.A nr la
eek were higher than in the first week
of January, and the .low January price
represented no such decline In J920 as had
occurred witn industrial snares.
Three) Ways Out.
So far Ss can be seen, there are three
possible wiys out of the railway dilemma.
Gross earnings might increase sufficiently
to change the situation, but we are con
fronted with nation-wide trade reaction
and trade rea'ction logically implies re
duced traffic and therefore reduction 1ii
total, transportation revenue. That reve
nue might be Increased through the
furthor raising of freight rate by the
interstate commerce commission.
But this possibility raises the question
whether, with prices ef commodities so
heavily reduced, the present rates are not
all that business can pay and etill
flourish. Finally, there la tha- third ex
pedient of reducing railway wares, which
In response to conditions In the labor mar
ket and rise in cost of living, were ad
vanced on the average 91 per cent be-
twen 1915. and 1920 and 25 per. cent
.Xlcr by the wag award of last July.
W are likely to learn before very
long to what extent any of these possible
solutions will appear In the railwfy situa
tion, oij whether congress and the com
mis will resort to a new. though presum
ably temporary credit operation tty ordtr
to bridge ever an awkward Interval.
REAL ESTATE IMPROVED.
Omaha Real Estate and Investments.
JOHN T. BOHAN,
621 Paxton Blk. Phon Tyler 4380.
5 ACRES: price. S?.5n0. Call Doug. 2597.
or Harney 460" on Sunday and evening-.
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS.
RENTAL, $540, PER YR.
Leafed Routh rf l,pavtnworl h. Rea
sonable V?rni9 ' '.-UJercti.
GLOVER & SPAIN;
Douglas 2850.. 918-20 City National
Beautiful Prairie Park
Six rooms, sleeping porch and Math,
luat like new; choice lot;' nlenty trees
snd shrubs; paving paid: close to both
Sherman Ave. and 24th SI. car service.
About $2,010 cash will hand). Let ns
show you tho Jjerit snap on the norlu
Osborne Realty Co.,
6 10 Peters Trust Bldg. Douglas 2282.
Chicago Live .Stork.
Chicago. Feb. 6. (U. S. Bureau of
Markets.) Cattle Receipts, 1,000 head;
market compared with a week ago: Be-:f
steers, generally 25c luwer. spots . off
more; she stock 254icc lower; bulls, 50c
lower; calves, Jt.0n1.50 lower; stockers
and feeders, 26 ? life lower.
Hogs Receipts, .1,000 head: market,
steady to 10c niyher than Friday's aver
age; closing weak: top, $10.33; bulk 200
Ib. down. $10.00 10.25; bulk 220-lb. up,
$!.30W9.6O; pigs ptondv to strong; ' desir
able 100 to !0-lb. pigs around $10.00.
Sheep Receipts. 4.H0O he-id; market
compared with a. week ago: Handyweight
lambs, 2560c iorter; weightier kinds 0c
(!S$1.25 lower: yeurlines, $1.251.50 low
er; matured sheep. 26tt)50c lower; feeder
lambs, 75c6$L00 lower.
Kansas City Grain.
Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 5. Wheat
March, $1.49H: May, $1.43!i.
Corn May, 60tc; July, 63c; Septem
ber, 65 ?c
St. J-ouls Grain.
I St. Louis, Mo., Feb. 5. Wheat March.
i $l.tl0; May. $1.504.
Corn May, 67ic; July, 68'ic.
Oats May, 43c; July. 4.;e:
New York Bonds.
The following quotations are furnished
by Logan & Bryan; Peters Trust building:
Atch. Gen. 4s 78 i 78 ii
K v. vow ts
Beth. Steel Ref. 5s
Cent. Pac. lsta 4s .. . . . .
:., B. & Q. Jt.. 4s
C. M. & St. P. Gen. 4',s.
i'. ft N. W. Gen, 4s
N. U. 4s
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas Cftjf, .Mo., Feb. 5. U. S. Bureau
of Markets.) Cattle Receipts. 200 head;
market for week: Beef steers, 35ft50c
lower; she stock. 25 75c lower; canners.
steady; bulls, 25fi 60c lower: calves. 31.00
1.50 lower; ato'-'iers and feeders, most
ly 60c lower; stock t;ows and heifers, 15
ig25c lower; stock calves. 50$i'75o lower.
Hogs Receipts, too head: to shippers,
15 ft 25c lower; to packers, around steady;
Sheep Receipts SOU head; market for
week: Lambs ami varlings around $1.00
lower; shippers. $$!. lower.
-ROOM .house. .. paved street, for $2,000,
easy term Col. 0113, R. F. Clary Co..
North Omnha (traitors. 241 Ames Ave.
A FEW homes and lots for sale tr Park
wood addition; a safe place tor Invest
ment Norrla & Norrls. Douglas 4210.
WALSH-ELMER CO., Realtors. Real
Estate, Investment. Insurance, Rentals.
Tyler 1536. 333 Securities Bldg.
20$ DAVENPORT Front loom. Ty. &023.
NEW 2-ton Msster truck, worm- drive,
at $1,000 discount.
Used 2-ton Republic, rebuilt, like new,
good tire and newly painted, guaran
teed at only $1,250. Slightly used one
-ton Republic. With new body and cab,
guaranteed ssmi1 nr new. only $l.25o.
..... nnAl.-ir.l..n Iay.II trnnU mt
real bargain. Several other truck bsr
ganis. Terms piven. Andrew Murphv
Won. Hlh nnil .Tsckson. J
T917Buick Six Touring
R-bullt. repainted, new tiros. $576. j
AUTO EXCHANGE CO., i
2201' Farnam. ' i
W Make Omaha
Monthly Installment Plan,
Prepayment any time.
Loans an Business Properties
Liberal Optional Privileges.
SPECIAL terms on 282K Reward St. 4-rm.
I hungaiow. Modern, $200 cash, bal. mo
I egh. 608 Bee. Doug. 200.
I 11INNE LUS4 homes and lota offer the
best opportunity to Invest your money
Phone Tyler 187.
FIVE-ROOM cottago for sale, on leased
ground; make an offer. Call Web. 2741.
J. B. ROBINSON, real 'estate and Invest-'
j ment. 642 Peters Trust. Doug. 8QH7. -
. FOUR acres, 8-room stucco house, barn
j and chicken house: 1 acre cherries: 1
acre In grapes 2 acres for cultivating.
Price $6,600. F. IX Wead, 310 8. 18th
I . St. Tyler 0151. .
8t. Joseph live Stock.
St. Joseph, Mp., Feb. 6. Hogs Re
ceipts, 6.000 head; 10 to 15c lower? top,
$9.80: bulk. $8.75 9.70. '
Cattle Rccoipts. 100 head: normal;
steers. ,$6,006)8.50; cows and heifers, $3.00
07.00: calves. $3.608.60.
Sheep None; nominal; tumbs, $S.00
9.00; ewes, J 4. 00 (ft 4.50
CHICAGO CLOSING PRlCES.
By Updike Giain Co.. Doug. 2627. Feb. 6.
N. W. Ry. 4 s
Nor. Pac. T. L. 4s..
Reading Gen. 4s
1'. P. 1st 4s .......
U. S. Steel 6s
V. P. 1st Ref. 4s..
S. P. Cv. 6s ...
S. P. Cv. 4s
Penn. Con. 4 Us ...
Penn. Gen. 4 4s ...
C. & O. Con. 5s . . .
Ore. S. L. Ref. 4s .
82 ;) 84
77 77 U
73 in 75
77 tf 77 4
81 i St'i
89 HO 80
79 it 80
82 4 83
78ij 81 T
Following are today's rates of exchange
as compared with the par valuation. Fur
nished by 'he Peters National bank:
Par Valuation Today
Norway , . . . .
New York Quotations
Range of pries of the leading stocks
furnished by Logan & Bryan, Peters Trust
, High Low
A.. T. S. F.. ... 81 S
Baltimore & Ohio st'i
81 H 81 it
.13 Vi 83.
Canadian Pacific. J154 115 Hit, 115
N. Y. A H. R. '..... 71 70Vi 704 70";
Ches. A -Ohio
Erie R. R. . . .
Gt. Northern, pfd.
Chi. Gt. Western..
Jin.. Ksn. A Tex..
Kan. City Southern 19'V
Missouri Pacific. 18't
X. Y.. N. Jf. H.. 21'i
Northern Pacific. S4;
Chi. N. W
Pennsylvania R. P..
C.. R. I. & P. . . .
South. Pa-lftc 'c
Chi., Mil. St
' 40 'i
Union Taciflc 11:' 4 H
Wabash 7 3. t
Fdry..l22'i 1224 1224 121
.195 , .0718
1.5241 1.57'il 1.61 4j 1.57 . ' 1.52i
1.44U 1.47il 1. 12 '.si 1.474 1.44'.
1.15 i Ml!.
.66',; .66 U ;
t NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETING.
I notice la hereby given that tne regular
annual meetmir or the stocKnouiers or tne
South Platte Land eompany will be held i 81. 161. 2n cwt.: bull;
r.t the office of e.iid company. First Na- i 5fil0c; Idaho Ru.fel
Art. I Open. I HlRh. I Low. I Close. I Tes y
113.00 113.00 ."12.65 113.05
1 1 3.06
11.!5 HI. 95 111.62 '11.77 12.00
Chicago Potatoes. ,
Chicago. Felt a. Kitatoes Receipts.
4 cars; northern whites uft 64jlOc, at
!l.20iu 1.30 cwt.. up
sacked, $2.00 to 2.30
Feb. 6. Bar suv
; ilonsl Hank building, . Lincoln, Nebraska I cwt.
J at II o'clock s. m., on the 2d day of
I March, A. D 1921.
1 C. 14. ilORRll.L. London
: . ' President, t ounce.
W. W. TURNER. f i Money 5 per cent.
Secretary snd Treasurer,' Discount Rstes short and three months'
j F.l. to M.-2. 2 I bills, 6 Per. cent
Boston Wyoming ....
Oi'cson Gold ..........
Consolidated Copper ..
Federal Oil ......
Island Oil ............
Midwest Refining Co. .
Silver King of Arizona
U. S. Steamship
U. S. Retail Candy ...
York Curb Slocks.
- ts - -1
Allis-Chalmers Mfg 314 344 344
Am. Loco. Co ,
Vtd. Alloy Stl Cp
naidwln loco M'ks ' 87- 87H
Beth Steel Corp... 5(54 63 65H
Col. Fuel H Iron 274 27 27
Crucible Sti-e) Co. 9.". 91 91 i
Am. Steel Fdry... 30 23 2S
Midval Steel 30. 30s 80S
Pressed Steel Car I
Reo Iron-Steel Co. 65' 64 66',
U. S. Steel 82 4 Sl't 82
Anaconoa Lop. , . os .is
Am. Stnlt.-Rfg Co. 42 4 42
Butt Sup 13 13H
Chile Copper Co... 12'i 12
Chiro Copper Co. 22t 224
Insp. Cons. Cop... 854 34Ta
Kenneeott Copper 19 19
Miami Con. Co... 184 '84
New Con. Cop. . . 1 1 " J 1
Ray Con. Cop. Co. 13i 1S4
Utah Copper Co... 654 664
, Chicago Storks.
The following 'notations are furnished
by Logan Hr j' : .
Armour Co.. pfd.. ..... 924
Armour Leather Co., com I2HW ....
Armour Leather t'o.. pfd 944t
Commonwealth Edison Co. . . . 106 4 '
Cudahy Packing t -., com 01r ....
Continental &ft.t?l 7 . ,
Llhhy. McNeil l.lbby 1141
Montgomery Ward Co 16'tt . ...
National Leather 8411 8 h
Reo Motor Car (Jo SI S I
Swift Co ".-...I14 ....
Swift International 2"'4i ....
Uniou Carbide Carbon Co. .. 57 if ....
Am. Bee? Sugar., 4!
Atl. O.AW.l.S.S... 44
Am. Inter.' Corp.. 424
Am. Sum. Tob. Co. iSl
Am. Cot. Oil Co.
Am. Tel. Tel... 99".
Am. y.lnc L.. S:n. '.
Itr'k'yn Rap. Trans 144
.mer. Can Co.... ."O'i
Chandler Mot. Car. 7! 4
Central Lthr. Co.. 40
Cuba Cane Sug. ' 22:,
Cal. Packing Corp
Cal. Poti'm Corp
Corn Pdct. Rfg Co 6S
Vat. Knatn. Stsm;
Kisk Rubber Co.. 14 4
Gen. Elertrlo Co
Gen. Motors Co... 144
Goodrich Co l.4
Am. Hide. Lthr Co 10
Haskell. Brkr. Csr
U. S. ind Alcohol. !';
Internet. Nickel.. K-4
Inter. Papor Co.... 57i
Max Rub. Co M';
West. El. Mfg.. 44
Am. Woolen Co. . i6 '
Tolal sale... 228.100.
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