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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1922)
NIE PEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 12.
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-anion noaru low
Slaying Was Duel
Lincoln Iumate Says 'IIonor
of Woman Quarrel Dc
ci.lrJ With Rifle.
Lincoln, April U.( Social)
That's ie ar we ctt1 thint In
Bohr-mia." exclaimed John Kohoul
in broken Krgtuh today lr(ore the
board of pardon and parolca a he
fold how he ouht a duel with hit
former employer, Frank liohtulov,
and killed him near Linclon in 1917
over the honor of a woman.
lit hid been working for Bohut
lov, he id, and hit employer per
.latently accused hitn of intimacy
with hit wife.
They arranged for a duel in (he
were a'iP4 rifle and agreed to
art back to back, walk 10 pace..
Itahutlov paiiun at mnri. floth
turn and fire.
Bohutlov fired twite, according to
Kohout. and bt but onre. Khout
at the teller markman. tie ia
M-rving 10 yean or manilaugher and
eek a parole.
Alfred Card of Omaha. erinc 1
to 10 yeari (or automobile ttealmc,
appeared at the hearing with hi
wile and daughter, Uii Chicago
urert, Omaha, and bi brotheruc
law, I, C Kerrin, Fitieenth Hreet
and Capitol avenue, Omaha, a.king
Morchrad in Omaha
J. If. Morehead of Fall City, for
mer governor and preent candidate
for dfnorratic nomination in Kir.t
rongretMonal dittrict, arrived here
Monday night for a brief itit.
Bee Want Adi Are Dinlncu
Pot6fficc Want Sen ire iContractors Reduce
buge .tion A rrk of Jlsy 1 1
May I to 6. inclusive, U to be
known a Toiut Improvement week,
bv order of Pottmatrr General
Work, according to information re
eeivd eterday by rutmter
HUfk. , .
l'rroni and organuauon having
lugge.itont lor the betterment of the
ixrvice are aUd to tend than to
potioAicet during that week. The
ttiKgrttiont received here are to be
forwarded ti the l'ottal department
in Washington with reeommenla
liona from the local official.
If You Neod Strength and
Tbo WarMa CrvalMt ToeJo
SPRUCE TREES B
A Few Days Only! sJJ fJJ
Many nurserymen ask from $1.00 to $1.25 each. These are fine
bushy trees about two feet high and are Norway Spruce, which is
one of the hardiest and most easily transplanted of evergreens.
They are freshly dug and guaranteed to be in first class planting
condition. There are only 1,000 to go at this price and we reserve
the right to limit the number sold to an individual purchaser.
GET YOURS AT ONCE THEY WONT LAST LONG.
All other trees, Bhrubs, vines, bulbs and plants; also seeds at rea
MENERAY NURSERY & SEED CO.
208 South 24th St., Between DougUa and Farnam Sta. on Wait Side of 24th St.
. South Omaha Store:
4707 South 24th St., B.twaan L and M Sta. on Eaat Sid of 24th St.
Council Bluff Stores:
3341 W. Broadway. 502 E. Broadway. 1001 South Main St.
Bids for Road Paving
A gen.'ul reduction in paving
eot cf more than l a jufi yard
from Utt year wa evident at tb
opening of bid from 10 contractor!
for 19 inilei of country road pv
ing by the connty coinmntioneri
The commiiiioneri' room waa
crowded with bidder, foremen and
i.tetmen for paving aupfli. dot it
lohiittiii. kiii. riiKiitfrr. tha teceuU
ly cen.ured the county comnuion-
era lor inaction in toad work, m
present at the opening of the bid
at the invitation of the commotion
" ant well satisfied with these
tills." be tail. "They are all reason
.hlv law. Thru ihovt a rfifur lion fcl
over f 1 a yaid under paving com
Tht Bee Lead Other Taper In
REDUCED FARES! NEW TRAIN
The Wabaah ha reduced are from Chicago and wetern
point to New York and other Eaatern cities, tickets being
good, without excets fare on thia fine, new through train.
Laava Chicago 10:30 a. n., via Wabath-Lackawaaaa
Ar. Detroit SiSS p. an.
Ar. Buffalo 2iS0p. m.
Ar. Elmira ...... 6i82a.m.
Ar. Bingbampton. . Si2Sa.ni.
Ar. Scraaloa ....IOiIO. m.
Ar. Nawark ...... ZiStp. n.
Ar. Hobokaa ..... 3il3p. m.
Ar. Naw York.... 3i30 p. aa.
Steel drawing-room Bleeping can and ateel coaches. Meala
in dining cars. No excets fares Tin Wabaih-Lackawanna.
Additional ateel coach service leaves Chicago 11:25 p. m.
To Detroit Two apUadid train from
Chicago at 10)30 a. m. and lli25 p. as.
for particulars writ
II. C. SHIELDS, Diviaion Taiecnger Agent,
1909 Harney Street,
AND LACKAWANNA RAILROAD
Make the money you work for, work for you And
make it earn more interest Investigate the new savings
system offered by the U. S Treasury Department
THIS teliYhow $20 soon be
comes $25,; how $80 soon
becomes $100, how $800 soon be
comes $1000. It shows you how
to earn 25 per cent in five years.
And all with the greatest safety.
The United States Government,
through the Treasury and Post
Office Departments, has developed
a n';w Savings System, one which
haV received a spontaneous welcome from men
ard women throughout the Nation.
The System is simple. It consists of new U. S.
Treasury Savings Certificates, each bearing 4
per cent' interest, compounded semi-annually.
They mature in five years, earning 25 per cent
for that period. ,
But they can be redeemed at any time, before
maturity, at redemption prices which increase
from month to month, so that your savings earn
constantly, yet are available in emergency.
The advantages of this system are
many too numerous to list here.
But all is explained in a descrip
tive circular obtainable from your
Postmaster or by sending direct
to the United States Government
Savings System, as addressed below.
Note some of the outstanding ad
vantages: Any individual can buy
up to $5000 worth of Treasury
Savings Certificates of any one 'issue, and if de
sired you can have them made payable to another
person in case of death. The Certificates are
exempt from normal Federal Income Tax and
from state and local taxation (except estate and
Learn all the advantages now offered by this new
Savings System. See how to accumulate savings
faster. And with complete safety. Once you
know this simpler, more profitable way, you will
surely adopt it, as thousands of others are doing
throughout the land.
Pu.tal Men to Take Order,
for Treasury Certificate
I'onma.ier BUtk lent out letter
yeaterdejr to po.tal employe!
throughout Nebra.La, railing Um
them t become alemen for the
treatury Saving certificate, the ad
vantage of v. huh are being et forth
in aerie of weekly (ull-pag pi
"the poial employe ar ben
tuited to tell the public I the ad.
vantage of thei iftve.tmenH," aaJ
Mr. liUrb. "W believe such cam.
paign will rail from hundred of
hiding place (die board of money
which ahould be earning their own
r 1-2 per cent interet,,,
No "cur" twat awlpo to re
Ouoa pareayeaas of anything.
liberal Interest - Safety Certain Value- Payment on Demand
U. S. Treasury. Savings Certificates
are issued in denominations within
the reach of alL Ton can buy a $25
Certificate for $20, a $100 Certificate
for $80 and a $1000 Certificate
Savings Stamps at $1 each, neither
interest-bearing. Or yon can open
an interest-bearing Postal Savings
Account. Then you can convert
such savings into a Treasury Savings
Certificate when you accumulate $20.
trust companies, or direct from the
U. Sw Government Savings System.
There is no red tape, no formality.
Do not delay in becoming acquainted
with this simpler, more profitable
system of making your dollars grow.
Make the money you work for, work
for you. See how quickly it earns
25 per cent.
If you save less than $20 per month, U. S. Treasury Savings: Certificates
you can accarrmbfe Postal Savings may be purchased at Post Offices,
Stamps at 10c each, or Treasury Federal Reserve Banks, banks and
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT SAVINGS SYSTEM
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, WASHINGTON, D. C.
In buying your
Application For Treasury Savings Certificates, New Issue
Fnrr" find Check, Draft, or Money Order for
gg $25 Treasury Savings Certificates,
$100 Treasury Savings Certificates,
$1,000 Treasury Savings Certificates,
Price $20 each $.
Price $80 each $.
Price $800 each $.
Register in the name of and send to (Name)
Street address , City.
Mat Ms cone ow with rmnittam to ttf Vmttrd State Cowi mittnl Savings Syitwm, Washington, 0. C, or to tha
Fmdtnl Rtmv Bank of your district.
Use it later, if
you are not ready
to buy today
34 vs. 66
Swift's Premium Ham and Swift's Premium Bacon are
produced from only the best hogs. Many of the animals '
we buy do not furnish meat of Femium quality.
Since these are the choice cuts from the best hogs,
cured and smoked in the best way, with scientific care
and precision, they are naturally in great demand; but these
cuts, with the loin from which pork chops come, repre
sent only about 34 per cent of the live anixnaL
The rernaining 66 per cent consists of the cheaper cuts,
such as spare ribs; shoulders, trimmings, pigs' feet, lard,
eta, and shrinkage in dressing and curing. Shrinkage is
equal to one pound in each five, and has no value whatever.
That is why the prices of "Premium" Ham and Bacon
and pork loins are higher than the price of the live animal
Everybody wants them and yet they are only about
one-third of the entire weight "Premium" Bacon alone
is only about 8 per cent
The great demand for the choicer cuts, and the smaller
demand for the cheaper cuts, constitute the reason for the
comparatively higher price of the one-third, and the lower
price of the other two-thirds. (Some of the lower priced
cuts sell at less than the per-pound price of the live animal.)
It is only by utilizing all possible by-products and exer
cising the utmost skill and efficiency that we are able to
average a profit of a fraction of a cent a pound on all our
; . iV. B, Some very delickm oMci con
W prtpmtl from the cheaper cute.
Swift & Company
Omaha Local Branch, 13th ft LeaTenworth Streets
J. N. Jcmea, Manager
Packing Plant, So. Omaha,
O. W. Waller. Manager
Why Telephone Dills
Are Paid in Advance
'' Suppose we charged yonr account this month with
10 cents more than yonr regular telephone rest.
Then, when yon asked about it, we told yon it was
part of the telephone bill Mr. Somebody did not pay.
What would you say ?
If we did not collect telephone rent in advance, some
people never would pay. In such a case the cost of
having furnished service, and the expense of placing and
removing the telephones, would have to be paid by other
In order that one person will not have to pay
indirectly a part of the telephone bill of another, it is
necessary for us to require advance payment for local
IToRTHWrsTEfTM BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY
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