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JURY INDICTS MILLIONAIRE
Edward Butler of St. Louis ii Charged
HIS ARREST ORDERED BY THE COURT
censed of Paring- Large Sam
Moitf to Member of the Conn
ell la Connection with
8T. LOUIS, Oct. SO. The millionaire poll
tlcian, Edward Butler, wai Indicted by the
(rand Jury at 12:10 jp'clock this afternoon
on the charge of paying to Delegate Charles
F. Kelly a $47,000 bribe for the members of
the hou.e of delegates' combine who passed
the ten-year city lighting; bill November 28,
The witnesses whose names appear on the
back of the Information are: J. K. Murrcll,
E. E. Murrell. George P. Robertson, Otto
Schumacher, John Helms, William L. Tam
blyn, Joseph N. Judge and George F. Mock
ler. The last two named are formal wit
nesses, Judge being clerk of the present
house of delegates and Mockler secretary
of the present council. The other six are
members of the combine, which Included the
recipients of the bribe. -( a
Butler was brought to the Four Courts
shortly after 1 o'clock by Deputy Sheriff
"jerabrek. Attorney'' Thomas J. Rows, one
of Butler's counsel, accompanied him. But
er went to Judge Ryan's court room, pre
pared to give bond, but the court had va
cated the bench for luncheon. Judge Ryan,
however, had left word with Deputy Sheriff
Sheehan to release Butler on the under
standing that ho should return at 2 o'clock
and give bond.
When Informed that' the nsmes of Taru
blyn. Helms, Schumacher, John K. Murrell
and E. K. Murrell, former members of the
house of delegatea, now under Indictment,
were on the Indictment as witnesses for the
tats. Butler said:
"I knew that Tamblyn, Helms and Schu
macher were going to turn states evidence
before they did it. ,1 think it Is pretty tough
for them to do such a thing. I've been
feeding them ever since they have been in
jail, and I have spent a good deal of money
for lawyera who have endeavored to have
their bonds reduced. It .looks like they
are ungrateful. 8 till. I have no complaint
to make. I have nothing to tear from any
thing these men may tell. I know nothing
about the lighting bill. I had no Interest
tn it, one way or the other."
Later In the day Butler gave bond and
That Awlsl Cola.
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AMES HAS ANOTHER BIG FIRE
I.are Elevator aad Coateata Bad
Northwestern Depot a Total
AME8, la., Oct. 20. (Special Telegram.)
The B. A. Look wood company a elevator
here waa totally destroyed by fire this aft
ernoon. Loss. (80,000; entirely covered by
Insurance. The grain, mostly oats and
wheat, with 7,000 bushels of corn, was val
ued at 135,000. Fortunately the entire atock
of hard coal was shipped two days ago.
The building was insured In the Home In
aurance company, the contents In the West.
era of Toronto. The Ore originated In the
cupola at 4:20, and waa not under control
until 6:40. The Chicago Northwestern
freight depot and Western Union telegraph
omc were nurnea. Business ouuaing were
eared only by fierce Cghtiug. - With freight
buildings and wires the loss will amount
to near (100,000.
Daageroaa Fire la Home.
ROME, Oct. 20. A dangerous fire broke
out last night from some unknown cause
la ths underground chambers of the college
of the propaganda. The firemen bad two
hours bard work in subduing the con-
r" 1 1
flagratlon. Cardinal Oottl, prefect of the
propaganda, whose apartments are in a dis
tant part of the building did not know of
the danger until the flames were eitln
gulsbed. G'k Factory Barned.
PITTSBURG, Oct. 20. The plant of the
American Glue company, located at Spring
dale, was destroyed by Are at a late hour
last night, entailing a loss of . (120,000,
which is covered by Insurance. This Are
was the fcurth blase within a month and it
is thought to have been the work of In
cendiaries. Two hundred men are thrown
out of employment.
GRAND TOWER, 111., Oct. 20. The
steamer City of Sheffield burned here at
midnight last ntgbt and is a total loss. It
was on Its way to Paducah for repairs and
stopped here for the night. There were
no passengers nor freight on board. The
crew waa saved.
Fsaeral of Peter Jacobs.
TUT AN. Neb.. Oct. 20. (8peclal T1e
gram.) The funeral of Peter Jacobs yes
terday was the largest tn the history of
the town, a line of vehicles neatly a m1e
long followed to the grave at the German
cemetery. The German Lutharan church
was crowded with people who llstene-l wtlh
great attention to Dr. O. A. Neeff's dls.
course. At the grave, beside ' the i:liuroh
service, the ritual of the A. O. U. W. lodge
was resd. A number of members flora
Waboo and Mead were present.
Fanernl of Plaaeer ',
SIOUX FALLS. 8. D., Oct. 20. (Special.)
At 2:S0 this afternoon occurred the funeral
of Mrs. Adrlau L, Peck, a pioneer resident
of t clr wlio died Saturday noon at
the family residence. The funeral services
were conducted by Rev. J. N. Hutchinson,
pastor of the First Presbyterian church.
For a number of years Mrs. Peck had been
in poor health, having for some time been
afflicted with severe fainting spells. '
Tb ranch HI.
While opening a box, J. C. Mount of
Three Mile Bay, N. Y., ran a ten-penny
nail through the fleshy part of his hand. "I
thought at once of all the pain and sore
ness this would cause me," he says, "and
immediately applied Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and occasionally afterwards. To my
surprise It removed all pain and soreness
and the Injured parts were soon healed."
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Warmer Pay, with C'londa Later, Are
to Be Nebraska's Por
WASHINGTON, Oct. 20. Forecast:
For Nebraska Fair Tuesday, with
warmer In north portion : Wednesday in
For Iowa Fair Tuesday, warmer in north
east portion; Wednesday increasing cloudi
ness. " r
For North and South Dakota Fair and
warmer Tuesday; Wednesday probably
showers and cooler.
For Mlsfcourt and Kansas Fair Tuesday;
Wedneidsy Increasing cloudiness.
For Illinois Fair Tuesday and Wednes
day, warmer Wednesday; light to fresh
north winds, becoming variable.'
For Wyoming and Colorado Fair Tuee
day; Wednesday rain and cooler.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER RUREAf.
OMAHA. Oct. 20. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the last thre
1901. io isrv
Mean temperature ....
74 7 70
45 M 41
m 62 5S
.00 .06 .00
Record of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha tor this day and nines March L
Normal temperature it
Kxceaa for the day t
Total excess since March 1 SO
Normal precipitation 08 Inch
Deficiency for the day 0 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1... .26.40 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 2.00 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period. 191... 6.78 Inches
Deficiency tor cor. period, 1KU0... 2.35 Inches
Reports from Stations at T P. at.
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CONDITION OF THE
North Platte, partly cloudy.
Cheyenne, partly cloudy ....
Sail Lake City, cloudy
Rapid City, partly cloudy ..
Wlliuton, partly cloudy ....
St. 1-oul.. clear
8t. Paul, clear .'.
Kansas City, clear
48; 64 1 .00
64l 641 .00
7W 71 .0)
441 64j .uu
U, 7s, .0
Lv A. WEIJIH.
Local forecast Official.
CONQUERORS RETURN HOME
AH of Capital City Turns Out to Help
Student Honor Toot Ball Team.
MEMBERS OF TEAM TOO MODEST TO TALK
Lincoln P.IIc. Ree.ae.ted to lie
tbe L..k.t for John Gr.it,
Wh Kidnaped HI Owa
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Oct. 20. (Special.) A bois
terous but decidedly warm welcome was
given the Nebraska university foot ball
team this morning upon its arrival from
Minneapolis. Nearly 2,000 students, busi
ness and professional men and feminine en
thuslsts crowded about the Burlington depot
and waited patiently for the arrival of
the belated train.
Its arrival was slgnslled by a strenuous
whistling of engines and neighborhood fac
tories and the moment a Cornhusker
stepped from the train be was grasped by
extended hsnds and carried bodily to a
waiting carriage. This wss a glided char
lot used as a band wagon and upon this
each foot ball man was gently deposited.
Deafening yells were kept up all the time,
and tbese were repeated as the procession
wended through the the principal streets.
The chariot was drawn by a rope some two
blocks In length, to which towllne every
student In the cotlege and every small boy
in the town who could had attached him
self. The business houses were decorated
with great streamers of scaret and. cream
and the glad hand waa extended the foot
balllsts at every step.
The parade ended at the university chapel.
where formal thanksgiving exercises were
held. Tbese were not as formal as they
might be. The stsge was a bower of roses.
plants and fodder shocks, and just above
it the fairest or the co-eds were bunched,
with the university colors daringly prom-
In two minutes the chapel was packed
No one could move and several fainted from
the excitement and heat. The megaphone
chorus wss on band and they did not permit
the chairman to get busy for a long tlms.
This gentleman. Judge Pound of the su
preme court commission, who bad thrown
away dignity for the day and marched In
line with a lath on bis shoulder, recounted
the history of foot bsll at the university
and of Its gradual development until now
It had a team that ranked with those of the
greatest college teams In the land.
Profs Fling and Caldwell of the faculty
and Chairman Wyer of the Athletic board
responded to demands for speeches, all of
which were In a humours vein. Prof. Fling
declared that hereafter all historical events
will be dated from the year Nebraska beat
Rer. Fletcher L. Wharton spoke of foot
ball as a developer of manhood and a con
servator of self-control. It was a good
thins to have scholarship, but before we
have the scholar we must have the man.
Ineffectual attempts to draw responses
from the members of the team followed.
Bender, who made the touchdown, modestly
disclaimed any special credit for that
event. The other members refused to do
aught but bow. They were each aeverally
and judicially declared to be all right, and
the meeting adjourned.
Coach Booth said that his men bad not
clayed the best game they were capable of,
but they had played plenty fast enough
to defeat the other fellows. Nebraska had
better Interference, did better work at tack
Una and excelled la team work.- The supe
rior weight of the Gophers availed them
Kidnaped Hie Owa Children.
Local officers have been asked .to look
fnr John Gross, a former resident of
the cltr. who followed his wife to Los
Annies. Cat., and there kidnaped their
two children. Gross formerly ran a meat
market tn this city. He married a young
wife, but they did not agree very well. A
divorce followed and the wife secured
their two children, although the husband
made a strenuous tight to retain their cus
tody. Three months ago the divorced wife
took the children and went to live in Los
Angeles. Her employment kept her away
from the place where her children were
being boarded from Monday morning until
Saturday evening, and last week, after her
departure Monday, the father came and
cot the children and skipped. She did not
discover the loss until the following Sat
urday and has no idea where Gross has
taken them. The one child la but 20
months old. while the other Is but 5 years
of age. t
Lincoln In Brief.
At the office of the secretary of atate the
clerks are busy sending out to county
clerks blanks designed for the return of
certificates of election, abstracts of the
election returns and sample ballots for
use In the coming election. The sample
ballots will probably be put In the malls
Articles of Incorporation of the Con
sumers Ice company of Lincoln have been
filed with Secretary of State Marsh. Its
declared purpose Is the cutting, storing
and manufacture of Ice for domestic con
sumption. Its authorised capital stock Is
(50,000 and Its Incorporstors are Richard
J. Miller, Joha Y. M. Swlgart, Benjamin F.
Johnson and Frederick Shepherd.
The Western Realty and Investment
company Is the title of a new corporation
which has Just tiled articles of tnenrpora
tlon tn the office of the secretary of state,
Its incorporators are Charles F. Dodge,
Emma E. Dorsey, Edward Benton, Arthur
K. Dame and George W. E. Dorsey and it
headquarters Fremont. Its purpose Is to
deal tn real estate, bonds, stocks, mort
gages and mining stocks and its cspital
stock Is (50.000.
iseorasxa s omciai nsn car win pass
through Lincoln Thursday on a fish plant
Ing trip through the northwest, which will
Include all public waters and many pri
vate ponds between the capital and Chad
ron. It will carry along with it some 15
vuu nass, croppies, pise ana catnsh, vary
Ing In length from two and a half inches
to one foot, most of which were raised In
the state hatcheries.
MANY IMPROVEMENTS AT ORD
Two) Klevatera and a Gns Plnnt New
lader Can. traction at that
ORD. Neb.. Oct. 20. (Special.) Lew
Spelts of David City has removed to Ord
In order to be nearer to his large stock
and grain business. He Is doing an ex
tensive stock-feeding business at his ranch
south of Ord. He also baa a grain ele
vator nearly completed on the B. A M
four miles east of Ord and has started
work on a new elevator on the B.' 4V M
at Ord. He expects to have the latter
house ready for business about January 1
The Ord Milling, Grain and Livestock
company has secured a good miller and I
saving ins vtooaoury mill, recently pur
chased by the company, put In shape tor
business. The mill has been idle for
year. J. W. Perry, the manager of the
mill, has been In Omaha for the last few
days on bc,'nees for his company.
The Ord'Iiae. Electric Light and Heat
ing company haa a targs force of work
men putting up its brick power house.
Two carluads of malarial are already oa
FOS CLEANSING AND PURIFY
ING THE BLOOD.
t Removes the Germs of
Thousands of men aad women who have
neglected the work of physical recuperation
in the summer months, are now carrying a
burden of disease. In the majority of cases.
Impure and poisoned blood and a sluggish
circulation are the direct causes of suffering
and misery. Are yon, dear reader, one of
the unhappy victims? If so, the life stream
mutt be made pure, the health-wrecking
laxity of the blood vessels must be cor
rected, the nerves and tissues must be
nourished. Palne'a Celery Compound is the
medicine that physlcisns recommend for the
Increase of pure blood la the arteries, and
for arousing the purifying organs to cast
off the Impurities thst give rise to disease.
Mr. Jas. F. Hudson, Spring Ridge, La., was
a terrible sufferer from Impure blood; he
tells bow he banished his troubles:
From nome cause my blood became im
pure and resulted In bolls and pimples. At
one time I suffered from 27 bolls. No one
csn imagine what I suffered. I tried sul
phur, ssrsapartllas and other remedies, but
no relief csme. Mr. Sebastian, a merchant
whom I used to clerk for. handed me one
of your circulars and Insisted that I should
use Palne'a Celery Compound. After using
two or three bottles the bolls were not so
numerous nor as Urge. After using the
fifth bottle, I was entirely cured, and have
been myself ever since."
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Send sample of gooJs when possible
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hand and the work of laying mains will
start at ence. It Is expected the plant
will be in operation before December 1.
NIEGENFIND CASE COMING UP
Attoraeya Appolated te Defend Man
Who Did the Double KllUa
PIERCE, Neb., Oct. 20. (Special Tele
gram.) Judge Boyd opened the regular
term of district court here this afternoon.
Gottlieb Nlegenflnd, the Pierce county
murderer, was brought before the court.
The judge appointed Attorneys George F.
Kelley of Platnvlew and J. H. Berryman
of Crelghton to defend Nlegenflnd. He was
also anxious that the county attorney
should have assistance. He may appoint
Judge N. D. Jackson of Nellgb to help con
duct the prosecution. The case will prob
ably come up for trial next Monday.
Freight Train Plied la Ditch.
FALLS CITY. Neb., ' Oct. 10. (Special
Telegram.) Freight train No. 71, north
bound on the Missouri' Pacific,' In charge
of Conductor Ford and Engineer Wilson,
was badly wrecked iu a cut about four
miles north of this city Sunday night. A
freight car In the train jumped the track
and thirteen cars loaded with lumber, coal.
coke and salt piled on top of each other.
All trains were delayed until late Monday
evening. A brakeman on top of one of the
cars that left the track was badly shaken
up, but not seriously hurt. Just one car
back Id the part that remained on the track
six or eight employes of the bridge gang
of the road were sleeping. Had that car
gone with the ones In front all would un
doubtedly have been Instantly killed.
Hoars Dying? of Cholera.
WINSIDE. Nob., Oct. 20. (Special.)
There is serious trouble in this vicinity
from hog cholera or some disease akin to
this. Almost all the hogs In some sec
tions are dead and this brings great loss,
as they have been bringing good prices.
A farmer brought to market a few days
ago three hogs and three loads' of wheat.
He received more money for the three
hogs than for the three loads of this
Cora Better Tbaa Expected.
WINSIDE. Neb.. Oct. 20. (Special. )
Farmers are husking corn and find that,
while some will be chaffy and a little soft,
the main crop Is better thsn was thought
It would be, as the splendid drying weather
of the last few weeks has benefited It
greatly. There could not be more perfect
tall weather than that which has pre
vailed here for the last two weeks since
the hard frosts.
Farm Home Broken lato.
TECUMSEH, Neb.. Oct. 20. (Special. )
Some one entered the farm home of Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Atkinson, west of town,
Thursday night. A gold watch and (35 In
money were stolen. Sheriff Cummlngs took
the bloodhounds out and put them on the
trail, but ineffectively.
Boy's Fall May Be Fatal.
BUPERiAr. Neb., Oct. 20. (Special. )
While playing yesterday Harry Pool, aged
9 years, fell upon a stick. It was Im
bedded tn his eye so deeply that a surgeon
had to pull it out. The accident may re
SWITCHMEN THREATEN STRIKE
St. Panl Railroaders Waat Better Pay
aad May Walk Oat to
8T. PAUL, Minn., Oct. 20. The railroads
of the Twin Citlea have been given forty,
eight hours within which to consider the
demands of the switchmen for additional
pay and shorter hours and it ia promised
that unless concessions are made a strike
will be ordered.
The grievance committee of ths Orcat
Northern met the officials twice yesterday
and demanded an Increase of 18 per rent In
wages. The officials declined to give a
PUNISH DRUNKEN BARBERS
State' Beard Will Revoke Llreases
at Offenders Refaala ts
8T. J08EPH. Mo.. Oct 20. The state
board of examining barbers Is after barbers
who drink too freely. ,
Victor E. Burch, a member of the board,
said tonight that complaints of Intemperate
barbers have been coming to ths board's
notice so frequently that it has been de
cided to Institute an Investigation.
Offenders will be dealt with summarily
and their license revoked if they do sot
SHOWS IP FUSION ECONOMY
Secretary of State Marsh Describes Condi
tioni at State Institutions.
LEFT BEHIND THEM A LEGACY OF DEBT
Concreesmaa Bnrkett, Attorney Gen
eral Pront and Senator Dietrich
Assist la Opening am
pair a at llnstlngs.
HASTINGS. Neb., Oct. 20. (Special Tele
gram.) The campaign In Adams county was
opened here tonight by Congressman El
mer O. Burkett from the First district, who
spoke before a large crowd In the Kerr
opera house. The stsge and entire balcony
were decorated with battle-scarred flags
and bunting. As aoon as tho band had
opened the evening's program Congressman
Burkett, followed by Secretary of State
Marh. Attorney General J. N. Prout, Sen
ator Dietrich and Leopold Hahn, delivered
addresses. L. J. Capps presided over the
meeting and Introduced Secretary of State
Marsh aa the first speaker. Mr. Marsh took
hold of his subject like an old-time ora
tor and told how the state institutions had
been run under the present republican ad
ministration and compared them with the
result of the Institutions under the fusion
regime. He showed up the rotten butter
deal at the Hastings asylum, which bad
been saddled upon the present management
of the Hastings Institution. He made a
clear showing of how the fuslonlsts were
making campaign thunder of the fact that
under the republican state administration
there was (30,000 more spent than there was
under the last year of the fusion manage
ment. But while the fuslonlsts were using
this for campaign purposes they failed to
state that when the fuslonlsts went out of
the Hastings asylum they left nearly (27.
000 worth of debts to be paid by the present
republican management. Since the repub
licans had charge of this Institution they
have had over 200 more patients to care
for than had the fuslonlsts, and, besides,
the Institution was left In a deplorable
condition by the fusion management. It
was also shown up how other state Insti
tutions were mismanaged under fusion ad
ministration. The lact of attention given to
proper fire protection under fusion manage
ment had been the cause of the state of
Nebraska losing thousands of dollars which
were being charged up to the republican ad
minlstratloa. Praises for Dietrich.
Congressman Burkett opened bis address
by telling of the many reasons why be was
glad to come to Hastings, but the prin
cipal one was because It Is the home of our
distinguished United States senator, C. H.
Dietrich. Mr. Burkett then paid the high
est kind of a compliment to the senator
and told of the bard work done by the
senator in regard to the Irrigation act
which was brought about by Senator Diet
rich, as was also the appropriation of
$125,000 for a public building for Hastings.
All Mm Senator Dietrich had done and
yet he was a new man In the senate. Mr.
Burkett took up the republican state ticket
and gave Important reasons why every re.
publican should be elected. He said the
people came out to hear him talk as a re
publican and he would do so by talking as
a republican of the Abraham Lincoln, Wil
liam McKlnley and Theodore Roosevelt
kind. At the mention of this trinity of
republicans the audience cheered. The
speaker said he had more faith In the re
publican Judgment than of the demo-populist's
judgment. He showed up the fact
that the Fowler bill was laid under the
table and Is deader than the old McCleery
bill, and Is simply being dangled to fool
and frighten the people. A revision of the
tariff by the democrats would be dangerous.
Predictions Which Failed.
He wanted to know what had become of
the 16 to 1 issue and Imperialism. Where
were the kings, the queens, the Jacks and
ten spots that Bryan bad predicted would
take possepslon of this great free land
of ours. The republican party has never
had but one paramount Issue and It is tho
welfare, the progress and happiness of the
American people. The democrats are con
stantly trying to get the poor men to damn
the rich men and the rich men damn the
poor men in place of trying to create har
mony among all peoples.
Prosperity Is now with us and It has
come to the American people within the
last six years. We have bad prosperous
times, good prices, high wages and plenty
of work before, but never such as we have
today. And just so long as that govern
ment Is run on a straight businesslike prin
ciple, as it is now, this prosperity will
continue. The trouble with the democrats
is that when they were in power they spent
more than the Income and run the govern
ment into debt millions and millions of
dollars. Since the republican party came
into power the government has spent less
than the Income and haa been able to pay
off democratic debts. At the close of his
address, Mr. Burkett was loudly cheered
by the enthusiastic audience.
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EDITORIAL NOTIE If you have th slightest symptoms of kidney
or bladder trouble, or if there la a trace of It In your family history, sand at once to
Dr. Kilmer A Co., Blnghamton. N. T., who will gladly send you by mall. Immediately
without cost to you, a sample bottle of Swamp-Root, and a book telling ell . about
Swamp-Root and containing many of the thousands upon thousands of testimonial
letters received from men and women cured. In writing be sure to say that you
read this generous offer la The Oman Morning Bee.
If you are already convinced that Swamp-Roe t Is what yon need, you caa pur
chase the regular fifty-cent and one-dollar alia bottles at the drug storea every
where. Don't make any mistake, but remember tbe name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kil
mer's Swamp-Root and the address, Blnghamton, N. T.. on every bottle.
Only Six Vacant
Offices in the Whole
AMONG THEM SOME
A LARGE THIRD
rOt" a,39 This office faces east
t.JJlVl JJO and has entrance on
the court, with approach through the
broad corridors overlooking the court
with Its fountain and grand stairway.
Thia room Is lax 32 feet, and if deaired
can be divided so as to arrange for
private offices to suit tbe tenant. It
also has a very large
vault, and the rental
price Includes heat.
light, watei and Janitor
SUITE OF NICE
SUITE 610 oV'r'oV
entrance room being- next to the ele
vator. Each room ia 114xl8H. and each
has a good slxed Lurghir proof vault,
lut rooms will be rented eeparately
if desired. An office In The Bee Build
i, lira ucv uuiiu-
$ 3 5
ing la particularly de
sirable in the winter.
It Is always comfortable
no matter now cold it i
A VERY LARGE ROOM
AT A SMALL PRICE
ROOM 512 TTaSrW
the fifth floor. This room la thor
oughly light and every Inch of th
space Is available for use of clerks or
employes. The room is not far from
the elevator. If desired, It can be
partitioned off to suit the convenience
of the tenant. Like all rooms In Tbe
Bee Building It Is finished In hard
wood, ard the rental price Includes
heat, lignt, water ana
janitor service, as well
as the benefit of all
night and Sunday ele
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OF THE CHOICEST
ROOM 501 Teh.,,"rarb0..rar
.Imhla. room. ha.
lnr Ilffht and nlea..ant. he. Me. h Mu
ll R a large vault. Any one having
valuable papers appreciates this. No
Insurance to pay either In a fire-proof
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i is Th Bee
nuiiaing every one
knows where to And
you. It Is the best
known building In west.,
AN ATTRACTIVE '
ROOM 520 tTffloe0."'?; s:
whole Bee building, among them Is
an attractive light small room at 810
per month space luxl7. Remember
that for offices in The Bee Building
the rental price includes light, heat,
water and Janitor service, with all the
conveniences ana advan
tages of the best known
building In th
OFFICE IN OMAHA
ROOM 101 iToa"teaffl.? tKe'Sghl
hand ol the entrance on the flret
floor, so that the large windows over
looking the stairway are Keen by all
who enter The Uee Uullding. The
ceilings are high and the room la fin
ished in quarter-sawed oak, with oak
and walnut floor. It has a good sisad
vault, mantel piece and Is divided Into
a large office of twenty feet and a
amau private omce, separaiea ty a
solid tile partition. The room will be
frescoed elaborately to suit the taste
suit the taste
of the tenant. Mo one
on Inspection will que.,
tion its being the hand
somest office In Omaha,
Cure all Blood asset
Kill. th. microb.t of th. Inne. and cures
CooMiinptiun; kill. tti. imrTokws of the
kidney, mad cot.. Bright . Dim.m; kill,
th. microbe, ol the tliro.t aud cur..
Diphtheria; kit It the microbe, ol th. .kia
.ad cur.. Ecxem. ; kill, the uitcrob.. of
th. blood and cure. Kh.uai.tiftin, C.neer,
Catarrh and all other btod ana C'brouio
Uiuiim. Call or Mo fur lias butoty
ol remedy aud teliuioml t.
HUtS. DILLON PIUS CO.. Oaaha, Nab,
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