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THE OMAHA DAILY DEE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 11)02.
RANKS OF IDLE INCREASE
volved are members of the Nat'coal Foun
f t' ') lAtlOD.
Sixtenn Thousand Hen Are Nov
SEALERS RETURN TO
OTHERS MAY. FOLLOW ItADLPS TODAY
La bar Coranalttee la
Ha KfTnrt tn
4 ail l'rn
i08T0N, March 11. The second day of
the strike of orgenlsed labor about rail
roads and steamship linn on Roods deliv
ered at depots by the R. . Brine Transpor
tatlon company, found large additions to
the rank of the . strikers. Nearly 6.000
union men were ordered out today, bringing
the trand total of Idle men up to about
ls.OOO, Mth the prospect of greater Increase
On of the greatest developments of the
day was the ordering out of longshorcm'-n
at the docks of the Philadelphia ft Metro
politan Steamship companies, In conse
quence of which vessels of those IIdcs were
compelled to depsrt with only partial car
goes, w hile the wharves are partially filled
with freight which the men refused to
handle. Other docka are In similar condl
Holldln Trades Tied I p.
The Teamsters' union, comprising 1,300
brick, sand and lima teamsters, went out
this morning, which virtually ties up the
building trades by depriving them of ma
terial with which, to work. A strong effort
has been made to induce the Boston Central
Labor union, which Is composed of ninety
affiliated trades of all descriptions, to off!
etally indorse the strike by ordering out
all Its members, and that body haa the
matter under1 consideration. The effect of
such action would be to paralyse business
of all kinds. The Central Labor union has
thus far taken no part In the fight.
The State Board of Arbitration today had
before It President Cox and the strike com
m it tea of the allied freight transportation
council, but no way of settlement could be
greed upon. This committee also waited
upon Mayor Collins, where the serious con
dltton of affairs was discussed, and he
promised his best effort to effect an un
derstandlng between the parties at Issue.
. Wast Hanna as Arbitrator.
Deeping tlia situation sufficiently grave to
warrant his taking such action Mr. Colllas
sent a telegram te Hon. M. A. Hanna at
Washington, asking that the Civic Federa
tion, of which Mr. Hanna Is chairman
Should Interest itself In the matter and en
deavor to secure a aettlement by arbttra
Much inconvenience was caused today by
the strike of the Armstrong Transfer com
pany'a men. Passengers who had paid on
the trains had their money refunded and
were obliged to got their luggage acroes the
city as best they could.
Nesrly all the drivers of the New York &
Bostoa Dispatch and Adams and American
Express companies struck.
The few private teams in service proved
entirely insufficient to relieve the conges
tloa of goods. The Brine Transportation
company has had all of Its teams in opera
tlon and has advertised for more. Wher
ever their teams have gone they have been
wholly undisturbed. In fact the streets
have been unusually quiet, considering the
number of men idle.
Sis Thousand Hermits.
Labor unions having a membership of
over s.ooo men voted tonight to strike, an
will tomorrow morning join the army of un
employed. The organisations Include the
.coal teamjers'f union, lumber teamsters,
wool .handle. ft, expressmen, longshoremen
- freight handlers and freight clerks em
ployed by the Boston A Maine railroad an
switchmen employed In the yards of th
Not York, New Haren A Hartford railroad
This will Increase the strike to between
0, 000 to 25,000 men, and will practically tie
up all the business In the city. It was
learned tonight that Governor Crane has
been In conference with the labor leadera
and the other officials in an endeavor to ef
fect a settlement.
Get A.naraure of t'onceealoae lie
mended and Board Their Sblpa
ST. JOHNS, N. T.. March 11. The sealers'
trlke here la ended and the eoullnr steam-
rs have sailed for the iceflues. The men
this aftcnuoa refused th owners' offer of
$3.60 for seals, besides the abolition of all
As a result of thia refusal, public opinion
strongly condemned the men, the conces-
lone accorded by the owners being regarded
as liberal. Some of the crews then with
drew from the majority and decided to ac
cept the owners' terms. The police af
forded these men protection and enabled
tlio owners and crews to reach the ships.
n the meantime the feeling bad been
Irread nod scores of men Joined the ether
Tho terms of the settlement are that the
men will get $3.60 per hundredweight for
seals; they also get free berths, as against
the former charge of $3. Governor Boyle
was largely Instrumental in affecting the
: PRANKS OF THE WINDSTORM
WORK I TreakiBh Little Gale Does Odd Things to
VELOCITY IS HIGH ONLY A MOMENT
lllow, ot a
I n later,
STRIKERS ASSAULT ENGINEERS
Brewery Workers Kapeelally Bitter
Aalnat Them for Remain
last art Work.
CINCINNATI. March 11. After the
failure oi the conference last night to ad-
Just tho differences between the proprie
tors of Cincinnati, Covington and Newport
breweries and the United Brewery Work
men there were several engineers assaulted
and two of them are reported seriously in
jured today. There were several acts of
violence again today which caused the pa
trol wagons to haul away injured men. As
the stationary engineers insist on remain
ing unlsr the Jurisdiction of the engineers'
union and refuse to abide by the orders of
the United Brewery Workmen, the engi
neers at the breweries are the ones at
tacked most, but the new drivers and all
others who are working for the breweries
at this time are subject to assaults from
the crowds that assemble about the breweries.
Don't Accept Counterfeits.
For piles, skin diseases, sores, cuts.
bruises, burns and other wounds nothing
equals DeWltt's Witch Hasel Salve. Don't
accept counterfeits. None genuine exoept
DeWltt's. "I have suffered since 186S with
protruding, bleeding piles and until re
cently could And no permanent relief,"
says J. F. Qerall of St. Paul, Ark. "Finally
I tried DeWltt's Witch Hasel Salve, whion
toon completely cured me."
Tho windstorm in the north end of the
city yesterday morning appears to have
been a rmtirt. straight blow, and did not
last long, but In Ita short career It accom
plished some odd and expensive pranks.
The high wind lasted from two to Ave
minutes snd at no time was the velocity of
the wind more then thirty milea an hour
and only for two minutes did the wind at
tain that degree of speed. The balance of
the time the velocity of the wind was
twenty-five uillea an hour. The storm wss
purely local, the reports received at the
weather bureau showing that out In the
state the velocity wae twenty miles an
Considerable excitement was created In
the path of the storm. Electric lights were
out and street cars were stopped in the
teeth of the storm and In many instanoea
for a while it was thought the cars would
be blown from the tracks. Bo far as re
ported no one was Injured.
Wreck nvrelllns; House.
The one-story frame building at Thirty-
third street and Grand avenue, occu
pied by Mrs. Manda Qcrrle, a widow,
and her daughter, Is a total loss.
Mrs, Qcrrlo Is employed downtown and abe
and ber daughter were away from the
house at the Urn of the storm. They In
tended to move out today and had tbetr
furniture packed. The furniture was scat
tered over a range of ten acres, chairs.
tables and bedding being piled in the yard
In a mass. In one corner of the yard was
a sofa, badly damaged, and leaning against
it was a large, eight-day clock, which had
not been damaged and was still running.
A bureau, which had been blown 120 feet
from the house, was badly smashed, with
the exception of the large mirror, which
was not even cracked
Granville Bros., one and a half mllea
north of the end of the car tracks on
North Twenty-fourth street, lost a barn, In
which were three horses and a cow. The
barn was completely wrecked and the ant
In the neighborhood of Central park the
wind played strange freaks. On many
MORE MISSIONARIES DISTURBED
This Tlsae They lavolvo Loral Clergy
of Bolivia sad Kiclt the
LIMA, Peru, March 11. A dispatch from
Lapas, Bolivia, says that trouble betweun
the American missionaries and tho local
clergy there Is exciting the populace.
Hooka Win the Day.
PAN FRAN CI SCO. MHrrh 11 Six favor
ites went down to detent St Oakland to
day and the books had much the better of
the argument. Among the winners wete
The Singer and Kdinborough, two 13 to i
shots. Tower of Candles, the 2 to 10 favor
ite In the fifth rare, got away badly ana
received a poor ride. She tlnlshed hart.
Kdinborough won the event by a lengtn
from I'ar-lfal. The Singer hnd no trouble
beating Ned Penny, the 3 to 6 favorite In
the seven furlongs race. Cnnley and
lilrkenruth each rode two winners, lte-
First race, three fourths of a mile, sell
ing: Antolee won. Hasp second, Oold Baron
third. Time: 1:18V
Second rare, one-half mile, for 2-year-olds,
selling: Ouidii won, Polsegno second, Clari
net te third. Time: 0:Kt.
Third race, seven furlongs, selling: The
Singer won, Ned Dennis second, Klllecn
third. Time: 1:334.
Fourth race, one mile nnd fifty yards:
Sunello won. Lode Star second, Tryanus
third. Time: LM1.
Fifth race, three-fourths of a mile, sell.
Ing; Edlnborough won, Parsifal second,
Bragg third. Time: 1:20.
Sixth race, one mile, selling: J,oyal won,
Courtier second, Duke of York third. Time:
CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
Ordinance Providing for Parking of Resi
dence Streets Puwe.
MAYOR APPROVES THE CONDUIT MEASURE
Board of ratlc Works Ileqneats A
prlallon for street flennlnar and
Authority to Purchase Sew
Death, the Favorite, Wins.
NEW ORLKANS, March 11. Death was
the only winning favorite today. A track
rang was put to work last night and ob
literated the steeplechase course In the
Infield. Trebor was sold at auction today
to R a Watklna for II, Km. Kesults:
First race, selling, one mile and seventy
yards: Admission won. Maple second, Paul
Jlart third. Time: 1:454.
Second race, selling, six furlongs: Haldee
won, Blm W; second. Gala Day third.
Third race, selling, one mllo nnd an
eUhth: Little Tommy Tucker won, Big
Injun second, Bocapa third. Time: 1:6B4.
Fourth race, handicap, six furlongs:
Death won, Maggie Davis second, Andes
third. Time: 1:30.
Fifth rare, one mile nnd a sixteenth:
Van Hoorebeck won. Finish second, Mc
WllllAms third. Time: 1:17.
Sixth race, one mile: Reflect won, Money
Pack second, Frank Jones third. Time:
Paaalc Only Favorite to Land.
CHARLESTON. B C. March ll.-Pasalc
was the only winning favorite today at
the exposition track. W. J. linker and
Corder. heavily played favorites, were
First race, selling, four and a half fur
loners: John W. Daly won, W. J. Baker
nrrrvnd. Rwan Dance third. Time: 0:5SVi.
Second race, selling, six furlongs: Pasalc
won. Emigrant aecona, isarney w. tnira
Time: 1 :20U.
Third race, selling, nve ruriongs: riyivan
Dell won, Flcche D"Or second, Toad Ralney
third. Time: l:t.
Fourth race, selling, nve ruriongs: Barney
Brahmin third. Time:
RAILROAD STRIKE CONTINUES
Little Change In Great Northern git.
nation, bnt Speedy Adjustment
houses strlDB of sh I nicies about two feet
wido .nrt ninntn thA entlte lencth of the Baal won, Corder second. Altera
" .1 Time! 1 :(&.
roofs were torn off, but tne builtitnga not - p,, th rBCe peIilr,g, one mile
At Thirty-fourth and Ames avenue, near
the Immanuel hospital, a strip of sidewalk
fifty feet In length was picked up and laid
lengthwise on the street car tracks.
I ptnrns a. Chnreh.
The Monmouth Park MethodUt Episcopal
church was wrenched from Its foundation
and badly damaged. The steeple was torn
off and left hanging down over the front
end of the building. The church had been
ST. PAUL, March 11. Officials of the
Northern Pacific reported little change In repainted and papered and three weeks ago
the strike situation on the Rocky moun- new heating apparatus was put in. The
tan division today. All mall,' passenger, heating apparatus was wrecked. The build
express and time freight trains are moving, ing, which Is of frame and had a seating
but all other traffic Is at a standstill on capacity of about 400, was almost turned
the division, which extends from Helena, over, and the floor looks like an Inverted
Mont., to Hope, Idaho. The report that ship. This morning many of the members
General Superintendent Klmberly would go were viewing the ruins, and many expres
from St. Paul la denied. slons of sorrow were beard. Last night
Assistant General Superintendent A. A. several members who heard the crash of
Low. whose headquarters are at Tacoma, baa the building as It went over rushed to the
started for the seat of the trouble and will church, and for several hours people were
took two out of three
from the Germans last night on
Lents & Williams alleys, score
Denman 2"7 1P3
S25 848 2,556
The city council held a short session last
night and passed one ordinance, providing
for the planting of trees and the sodding of
ground along the sidewalks of the city at
the expense of the property owners. The
power to designate what streets are to be
parked was taken from the park commis
sioners and placed in the hands of the
Board of Public Works and city engineer.
A fine of T0 is to be the penalty assessed
sgatnst persons found guilty of damaging
the trees and grass.
To further protect the treee of the city
Councilman Lobcck Introduced an ordinance
making It a misdemeanor for electric light
and telephone companies to cut or trim
treee along the public streets or in the
yards of cltltens without the permission of
the owner of the land. The penalty at
tached to the Infraction of this ordinance Is
a fine of $25, one-halt of which is to go to
the property owner making the complaint.
Approval of Conduit Ordinance.
The mayor returned with his approval
the conduit ordinance.
Two resolutions prepared by the Board
of Public Works were referred to the
finance committee. The first provided for
the appropriation of $2,000 for the use of
the board in cleaning the streets and the
second provided for the purchase of four
street-cleaning machines. Accompanying
the resolution was a letter from Engineer
Rosewater calling particular attention to
the necessity for cleaning the streets at the
end of the winter months.
Johnson & McLean presented a protest
against the location of the dog pound on
Sixth street near Jackson, saying that It
would injure the value of real estate In
The C. W. Hull company wae empowered
to erect a temporary building to be used
as a storehouse at Twenty-eecond and Izard
streets, without reference to the fire limits
of the city.
Matters of Street Lighting;.
The gas Inspector and city electrician
were instructed to prepare a report show
Ing tho exact location of each lamp in the
city and to make recommendations as to
the change of the locations of lamps so as
to Improve the service.
The committee on street lighting re
ported adversely upon the recommendation
of the advisory board for a contract with
the Globe Lighting company for gasoline
lamps, saying that a lack of funds would
make the contract Illegal and that there
was no provision In the contract for a roy
alty to be paid the city, as contained In
contracts with other lighting companies.
An ordinance was Introduced for the
grading of Binney street between Twenty
; fourth street and Twenty-eighth avenue,
' the city to pay one-half of the cost.
In the absence of President Karr, sick a
home, and President pro tern. Mount, out
of the city, W. B. Whltehorn presided
Councilmen present were: Burkley, Haa
call, Hoye, Lobeck, Whltehorn and Tros
FOR 60 YEARS
arrive there today, when It is hoped an ad
justment will be reached.
About half the trainmen on the division
are at work, as they refuse to strike un
less .the various brotherhoods give their
A cold at this time. It neglected, Is liable corner of Twenty-ninth street and Ames
to cause pneumonia, which la so often avenue. There it picked up a small barn
fatal; and even when the patient has re- 12x18 feet belonging to Frank Page, and.
covered the lungs are weakened, making carrying It fully a half block, set It on tho
them peculiarly susceptible to the develop- car tracks. The building was damaged
Fonndryme enlt Work.
CLEVELAND. March 11. After a long
session tonight between 400 and 600 em
ployes of local foundries decided to strike
tomorrow morning for a minimum day wage
of $3. The strike has the sanction of the
ment of consumption. Foley's Honey and
Tar will stop the cough, heal and strengthen
the lungs and prevent pneumonia.
From Dyspepsia and Stomach Trouble
Inatantlr Relieved and Permanently
Cared by Slnart'a Dyspepsia
A Now Dlseovevy, bat Mot a Patent
Dr. Redwell relates an Interesting ac
count of what he considers a remarkable
case of acuta stomach trouble and chronlo
dyspepsia by th use of the new discovery,
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets..
He says: "The jattent was a man i who
bad suffered, to ray knowledge, for years
coming and going. The building Is Insured
for $1,000. Rev. Q A. Luce Is its paetor.
The roof of the Franklin school at
Thirty-fifth and Franklin streets, was par-
tiailV LOrU Oil. KUa k. cuukuucuv, iuv7,w
will be no school today.
The storm played another prank at the
Totals 862, 737 966 2,565
Hammer the Kellers.
Rvme & Hammer's team defeated tho
Kellers last night on .Clark's alleys. Score:
BYRNE & HAMMER.
Announcements of the Theaters.
The engagement of the Cracker Jack Bur-
lesquers at the Trocadero has so tar been
an artistic and financial success. The pro
gram offered is as good as any that has
been witnessed at the Trocadero for aome
time, the different olio turn possessing
The Cracker Jacks remain the entire
week, with dally matinees. The Village
Maiden Burlesquers are underlined for next
week, commencing Sunday matinee.
.A barn at 3333 Larimore street was to
tally destroyed. A small outhouse from no
one knows where rolled down the hill and
stopped near Thirty-fourth street on Ames
Pottles Take on Wings.
The family of Mrs. Leonard, 4421 North
Twenty-eighth avenue, who had been
aroused from their beds by the storm and
who had rushed to the windows, got to
their statlfins just -in time to miss a flying
bottle of horseradish which was blown
through the window.
Nearly every chimney In the neighbor
hood of Monmouth park. Thirty-third and
Thirty-sixth streets, was blown down. A
FAIR TODAY: AND TOMORROW barn 3311 Fowler street was blown down
and at the residence or b. k. yuigiey, nil
with dyspepsia. Everything he ate seemed
to sour and create gasea In the stomach.
He had pains like rheumatism In the ba. k
ahoulder blades and limbs, fullness and
dletreee after eatlpg, poor appetite and loa
of flesh; tho heart became affected, causing
palpitation and sleeplessness at night.
"I gave him . powerful nerve tonics and
blood remedies.- but to no purpose. Aa an
experiment I Anally bought a 60 cent pack
age of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tsblets at a
drug atore and gave them to him. Almost
Immediate relief wee given, and. after he
had used tour boxes he was to all appear
ances fully cured.
"There was no . mora actdity or sour,
watery risings, no bloating after meals,
the appetite was rigorous and he has
gained between 10 and 12 pounds in weight
of solid, healthy flesh.
"Although emart'a Dyspepsia Tablets are
advertleed and told In drug stores, yet I
consider them a most valuable addition to
any physician's line ot remrdles, as they
are perfectly harmless and ran be given to
children or invalid or In any condition ot
the stomach with " perfect safety, being
harmless and containing nothing but fruit
and vegetable essences, pure pepsin and
"Without any question they axe the
afeat, moat, affective cure for Indigestion,
biliousness, constipation and all derange
msata ot the stomach, however alight or
Winds First from the Worth, Then
from Varloaa. Other
WASHINGTON, March 11. Forecast :
For Nebraska, Kansas, ' South Dakota;
Oklahoma and Indian Territory Fair
Wednesday and Thursday; north winds, be
For Iowa Fair and colder Wednesday;
Thursday, fair; northwest winds, becom
For Missouri Fair in north, rain in cen-,
tral and south portions Wednesday, colder
In oast and south portions; Thursday,
fair; ' winds becoming northerly.
For Wyoming, North Dakota and Mon
tanaFair Wednesday kni Thursday; vari
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU,
OMAHA, March 11. Official record of tem-
ferature and precipitation compared with
he corresponding day of the last three
102. 1901, 1909 1S9.
Maximum temperature...- 58 44 69 36
Minimum temperature..., 40 20 45 19
Mean temperature. 49 ' 32 57 28
Precipitation 19 .00 .00 .36
Record ot temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for true day and since March 1,
Normal temperature S4
Excess for the day j
Total excess since March 1 fc7
.Normal precipitation 04 Inch
Excess for the day .15 Inch
Precipitation since March 1 .28 inch
Deficiency since March 1 .16 inch
Deficiency for cor. period 1901 05 n0h
Deficiency for cor. period UM) 05 Inch
Reports (rum Stations at 7 p. aa.
CONDITION OF THE
North Platte, part cloudy..
Salt Lake City, cloudy
Rapid City, clear
St. Louis, ruining
St. Paul, clear
Kansas City, cloudy
Havre, part cloudy
Helena, part cloudy
Fowler streets, thirty feet of sidewalk was
carried several feet Intact. H. Dearmont,
8320 Meredith street, lost a shed, which was
within twenty feet of his house, and the
latter was not damaged.
One-third of the fence around the Toung
Men's Christian Association park was blown
down and the grandstand was left unln
Jured. John Cehlll, Ed Logson, Charles
Lear and Ed Updike, residing In the neigh
borhood ot the Young Men's Christian Asso
elation park, each bad most ot the windows
blown out of his house. "I heard the win
dows crash," said Cahlll, "but by the time
I got out of bed and went to the front ot
the house the wind had ceased and every
thing was as calm as It Is now with ths ex
ception of the falling rain."
Between Thirty-seventh and Thirty
eighth and Hamilton atreet almost every
telephone pole waa blown down and
large force of men are at work resetting
the posts and Dxlng up tne wires. For a
time this morning telephone connections
were entirely cut oft in this section of the
At Thirty-eighth and Hamilton a vacant
barn was blown down and completely de
Damage ft tha C'ollaeam.
At ths Coliseum the only damage done
was to the skylights. The lights are ad
Justlble and at every storm these are
damaged. A big sign near the building
was blown down Into a hollow and torn to
pieces. Across the street from the Coli
seum on the east for fully a block not
bouse escaped having windows blown out
and In several lnstancss chimneys were
blown from the root.
Across the street from the Monmouth
Park Methodist Episcopal church, whion was
destroyed, the wind swooped down on
chlmnoy and picked out three bricks and
left the balance of the chimney Intact.
In the rear of 3182 Fowler atreet were
two lnveited tubs, one on top of the other.
The uppermost tub was picked up and car
ried Into the adjoining yard and the bottom
tub was not disturbed.
A bale of hay was blown through the
window of S. R. Qulgley's residence and
barely missed the head of the house, who
was attempting to aes what had caused the
rattling ot bis windows.
Demurrer In Bpaldlno; Case.
mitw YORK. March 11. The demurrer
to the temporary Injunction restraining A.
O. Spalding from acting as president of the
National ieague ui phbo jpan v.iuub 1.-01110
nn for argument today before JuBtice
Tmax in the supreme court.
Colonel jonn 1. nosero, jonn n. wuiu,
F W. Northrup and w. w. iviaaie, repre
senting the Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Pitts
burg and Chicago clubs, named aa defend
ants, argueu ill mvui 111 U17111U1101.
Delancey Nlcoll, for tne piaintirrs, tne isew
York, Boston, cinciiiimu anu 01. iajuh
clubs, submitted briefs on behalf of his
clients. Decision was reserved.
Joe Qnlnn In Dee Moines.-
DF.ft MOINES. March 11. (Special.) Joe
Qulnn, who will be selected as manager for
the UeS MOliies Dtue umi itrtim, arrived in
the city today. He has already been en
nnit in securing olayers for the club and
announces mm. e una n. nuiliun Ul guuu
men who will be signed as soon as the
preliminaries are arranged.
Peader Loses Bowling- Blotch.
P5!VnER. Neb.. March 11. (Special.)
The Ail-Star bowling team of Sioux City
defeated the Pender team live games, by a
margin or eighty-nve points.
MONUMENT TO COMPANY L DEAD
Date for Invelllnn; Haa Been Fixed
for Sunday, May 11, by
Last night the veteran members of Com
pany L, First Nebraska, met and decided to
hold the ceremonies of unveiling the mon
ument at Prospect Hill on Sunday, May 11,
It will be a formal military affair and the
Omaha companies, the South Omaha cav
airy troop, the Council Bluffs company and
the High school cadets will be Invited to
Another meeting of the veterans will
be held at the city hall next Tuesday even
THK RE.tLTt MARKET.
OF THE WORLD HAS BEEN
It w flrat mad by the Monks of St. Germalne
more than 10O years ago, and hag conquered
pain ever ftinoe. Indorsed and prescribed by the
Medical Fraternity throughout civilization.
Rvery Chemist's Shop and Mom In the world
ells ST. JACOBS OIL.
It makes OUR WINTERS Easier and Safer for a$
person suffering from RHEUMATISM and bod-Jf
O ft A .ef-A T
Sold In 25c and 50c elzes.
g ST, JACOBS OIL, Ltd., BALTIMORE '
Cheap Rates to Minnesota
and north Dakota.
On March 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th,
April lt and 8th,. especially low one
way rates will be made to nearly all
iiointa In Minnesota and North Dakota.
THK GREAT NORTHWEST.
Every day during March and April, spe
cial rates will oe in effect to point
In Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon,
1HB ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAIJ.
being the shortest line and operating
morning and evening trains to St. Paul,
where direct connections are made with
nil Western lines, offers unexcelled facili
ties lor reaching these points.
Full particulars cheerfully given at City
Tldiet Office. No. 14U2 Farnam St., or write.
W. H. BRILL,
A. Illinois Central a. a., Umatia, rteo
U D. P
1 11 .i
INSTRUMENTS placed on record Tues
day, March 11:
E. C. Harrison to H. E. Harrison, lot
12, block 1, Mayne's add 100
M. M .Reed to Jacob Schamel, lot 6,
block 1. Shull's add 1,200
C. R. Davis and wife to Haines &
Merrlam, n 62 feet lots 6 to 8, block
197, Omaha (retile) 1
W. P. Clyde, trustee, to L. B. Runk,
lots 6 and 6, block 2, Idlewild add.... 6,000
Alice T. Came and husband to James
and Mary Cameron, lot 11, block 6, .
Kountze Place 3,250
Anna A. Johnson and husband to
Mary Cameron, lot 10,' block R,
Shinn'e 2d add 2
John McDonnell and wife to Helen
Madison et al, lot 5, block 3, Creston
Same to C. D. McDonell, lot 18, block
2, Hlmebatigh add 1
Same to J. W. McDonell, lot 18, block
8. Walnut Hill 1
Ellen M. Wilcox and husband to
Jacoo Katieman, lot a, diock s, Hor-
bach's 2d add
LUlte E. Claiborne and husband to
Berlin company, lot 23, In 3-14-13
Total amount of transfers
There will be a big demand for offices in April and May.
If you want a good selection look over our rooms now.
Remember that the rental price includes light, heat, water
and janitor service you might say, insurance, too, for it's a fire
List of vacant rooms in
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ROOM III 18x43 feet. Faces Seventeenth street ana nas winnows aion,
aliev This Is a large, nam room, n
gh? water and janitor service t has , aa entrance both on The Bee g
Building Court and Seventeenth atreet ru 6j W
SUITE lOH There Is no finer office suite In Omaha than this one. It la located
lust on the right hand or tne great ronruie .mimar, nu " ,I'u"u'i'
larae windows looking upon the front entrance way of the building. It
fronts on Fnam street. One room to 17x19 and the other 8x19 ltl.ia
burglar-proof vault, maroie mumoi-iwc u' -ia
frescoed to suit tenant ..........Price ..5.00
xOai This room Is lust at the head of the main stairway on the first noor.
It would be a very desirable office for aome real estate man or con
tractor. The floor apace is 16x18 feet P'ce t-N-00
SVITB 2281 This suite consist of three rooms; a waiting room 22x17 and two
small room HxlO. It naa an entrance in m uiusu vumuur n...,, i n
mugnifloent court, and has hardwood floors and a large burglar-proof vault.
11 faces north. It 1 well adapted tor the use of two doctor or two law
vrs Prloa $40.00
BOOM 241 1 ISttxIO feet. Faces east and la located close to the elevators. A,
Ign on wtnaow can Da reaauy s.u wjr wV j.-..ui
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ROOM 8161 0xU feet. This Is a light, pleasant room, It Ml b'"n newly
decorated, and like all rooms tn ine uee ouhuiih, mo
light, beat, water and Janitor service Price KC CI
ROOM il8i This room is 17x33 feet aud will be divided to suit tho tenant.
This room is particularly adapted for some concern needing largo floor
soace and ia a decidedly handsome office, having an entrance facing the .
court and wlndowe looking out upon Seventeenth atreet. It lias a very
large burglar-proof vault, hard woo floors and IS one of the choicest ofli
ces in th building Price $50. 0
UOOM 401i 15x13 feet This room Is next to the elevator and faces court. It
.... . Urge burglar-proOf vault and la well ventilated. Has good light,
and for the price furnishe first-clan accommodations PiR-a 117.50
ROOM -sOTi This room lilxlSH- Face th west side of the court and' u a room
that fa Cool in summer and warm In winter; le well lighted and well -ventilated
BOOM 4i8i 16x17. Divided Into reception room and private office, lias
tourgiar-proui viuu, wwi nim fiw
ROOM B30i Tbla room 1 17x20. Faces north and would be specially well
adapted fur an architect, or any on who required a good light for
drafting Price I2S OS
IUITU B14i This 1 a very large room, 17xU feet. It face west, but la very
light and well ventilated. It Is very seldom that space of this size Is of
fered In The Bee Building. It could be used to advantage by aome Arm
employing a large number of clerke, or requiring large floor epace- a.
wholesale Jeweler, or manufacturer's agent, who would like to bo In a
flre-proot building, or U will be divided to suit th tenant Pi ice $:fl.tk
ROOM OlSiThts is a long narrow room 11x24. Tho location Is not desirable,
but for the amount of floor space and the accommodations which are In
cluded In the rental price of The Bee Building, the prluo la very low. .Price $15M
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