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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. MAY 19. 1006.
VETERAN'S FKISH LABORS
Bosterof Offlcen Completed by the Selection
AUXILIARY ORGANIZATIONS AOJOURN
laatratloas Mar Etlirnfr 'Will
Be ftafeailtted In the Tax Case at
reaa Resort Oat,
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May 18. Bperlal The mem
bra of the Grand Army of the Republic,
Women' Relief corps anil ladies of the
Grand Army of the Rppubllc have con
cluded their meetings and many of them
left for their homes lute this evening. The
sessions have l?n lurgi'ly attended and
the encampment lias been pronounced a
In rxectitlve session the Grand Army of
the Rppubllc elected C. 11. Horth of Bhel
ton drlcgate-at-large to the national en
cairipment to be held In Mirineapolla next
The following comradea were elected del
egates; 6. II. Williams, W. Roberts, C. H.
Harrier, J. W. Colman, W. Thornton, H.
R. Beurhcll, E. G. Tierce, R. D. J'ine and
W. F. Garver.
The following comrades were elected as
alternates: Humphrey, Hill, Kllot, Dietrich,
O. l Bell, J. 8. Hoagland, Bryant, F. A.
'J'ruell and Stewart.
The following were elected as the coun-
II of administration: D. N. Nettleton,
Falrbury; D. C. Crawford, Lincoln; T. A.
1'rrlnh, Omaha; L A. Paine, Hastings; H.
W. Davis, Lincoln. This council has charge
of all department business when the en
nn.puient is not In session.
The members of the Women's Relief
corps elected Mrs. Mary Cuddlngton of
Central City president, Mrs. Ella Acker
man of Ainsworth was elected senior vice
president, Mrs. Treaway of Beatrice was
made Junior vice president, Mrs. Helen
Gordon of Weeping Water Is the new
Uelegate-at-large, Mrs. Minta Gay, Fre
mont. Delegates. Mrs. O. C. Bell, Lincoln; Mrs
Stilson. York; Mrs. Mitchell, Superior; Mrs
Kate G. Boyd. Hastings; Mrs. Diana E.
Alternate-at-large, Ida E. Angle, South
Delegates, Josle Bennett, Howard; Mrs
Stelnhauser and Kate Remington, Omaha,
and Mrs. Roberts.
The ladles of the Grand Army of the
Republic elected Mrs. Christina Hoge of
Kearney president, Mrs. Hanna Coats of
Aurora senior vice president, Mrs. Rachael
Woods of Seward Junior vice president.
Mrs. Kate Dutton treasurer and Mrs. Fred
erlck J. Cole of Beatrice chaplain.
All of the officers were inducted Into of
fice this venuig at a Joint session held
at the Auditorium.,
John R. Moxon, newly elected depart
ment commander of the Grand Army of
the, Rppubllc. ban appointed C. M. Parker
of LliKoln adjutant general. Judge Parker
formerly held this . position.
Officials la Deanaaa' as Orators.
Commencement exercises and Memorial
day addresses will occupy much of the time
of those state officers who can talk dur
ing the next few weeks. Oovernor Mickey
went to Alma today where tonight he will
deliver a commencement address and to
morrow night he will speak at Glltner.
Superintendent McBrien will talk at Boelus
tonight, and at ; Bellevue tomorrow night.
Attorney General. Brown will speak at
Wlsnef Memorial day and Governor Mickey
will speak at.Biant,on on Jhat day
Miss Winifred. Kaiip, wno has been env
ploed In the office of State Superintendent
MrHrlen for some time, will go to Nehawka
Monday, where she will begin work aa
secretary to State Senator George Sheldon
Mss Kaup'x home Is In Western, Saline
county, and for the last few years she
has been a student at the State university
k Rvlirnee In Tax Case All In.
It l likely the state will take no more
r ideuce In the Burlington railroad tax
Milt. The corporation has not - yet alg
i ii'; d Its intention whether It will put in
;eiy testimony or not. Attorney General
Pro n has examined all of the members
rf the State Board of Assessment and tin
leu the railroad company puts In test!
ninny which will require rebuttal he will
nut offer any more. The date of resuming
the taking of testimony was left unde
cided and inasmuch aa the railroad has not
asked for another date It Is thought pos
sible it will let. the case rest where It la
ii mil the supreme court of the United
States passes upon the 1904 case.
Bareaa of Statistics' Report.
The State Bureau of Labor and Indus
trUI Statistics today Issued Its ninth
biennlwf report, which has been delayed
In tne. printing shops for some time. The
report contains a chapter on suggested
legislation; a complete summary of the
of Omaha ! !
We invite your inspection of the
Clark Jewel Gas Range.
We are sole agents for these
celebrated range In Omaha and
wish to show you its decided and
While its cleanliness and con
venience, its quick baking and
perfect all-steel construction show
its superiority, yet its
Is Its Economy.
We ask you to examine these
ranges before you buy. and believe
we can convince you that the Clark
Jewel is the
Most Economical Gas Range
on tha Marks!.
Prices, $10.00 Up.
Pimples, boil, eczema and other
eruptions, loss of appetite, that tired
feeling, fits of biliousness, indigestion
and headache, are some of them.
They are all radically and perma
nently cured by Hood's Parsaparilla,
which thoroughly cleanses the blood
and restores healthy functional activity
to the whole system. This spring take
In liquid or tablet form. 100 Doses $1.
North Ixnip, Neb.; Rer. I 9. Abel of PTwl
rle View. Neb., and delegates from all
Friends churches In the Platte valley dis
trict are expected. The conference ad
journ Sunday night. A good meeting is
& Sons Co.
14th and Farnam Sts.
labor laws of Nebraska; a summary of
all state laws relative to child labor, to
gether with a synopsis of the work done
In this statu along that line; a resume on
the strikes which have taken place in
Nebraska during the tilennlum; the
amount of work done in the enforcement
of the female labor and fire escape lawa,
and a lengthy chapter showing the value
of statistics to Nebraska. About 1m) pages
are devoted to a summary of agricultural
and manufacturing conditions.
Among the more Important recommenda
tions made by Commissioner Bush for
needed legislation are the following:
Enactment of a law providing for the
appointment of additional factory in
spectors to make possible the thorough
Inspection of all factories. The growth of
the manufacturing interests of the state.
together with the multiplicity of duties
In the bureau at present, makes the pres
ent force entirely Inadequate to the de
mands of factory Inspection. This inspec
tion to be for the enforcement ot child
and female labor laws and for the thorough
collection of Industrial statistics.
Amend the statute relative to securing
Information and data from corporations
and factories through the medium of
blank forms Broaden the ground which
the bureau mav cover In its investigations
and provide greater penalties for refusal
or neglect to furnish information called
Enactment of a law authorlilng the es
tablishment of state employment bureaus
In the business districts or our iargr
cities. These can be established in co
operation with the municipal governments
and upon a fee system, which will entail
but a small expenditure by the state. The
location of a state tree employment bureau
In the capltol building Is Impractical and
Is of little benefit unless sub-bureaus are
maintained In the cities.
Capital CHy Briefs.
The Board of Public Landa and Build
ings will go out to Millard tomorrow,
where the Burlington Is seeking to secure
a right-of-way to change Its line through
that place. On Monday the board will
go to Norfolk to take evidence In the
chargea against Superintendent Alden and
Burglars entered the office of Mayor
Brown at his lumber yard last night and
smashed the lock on his safe with a large
hammer, which was left In the building.
Entrance to the safe was not effected.
The burglars got into the building through
The Rock Island railroad last night se
cured a temporary restraining order
agalnat the Cltlaens' Street Railway com
pany and agalnat the Traction company
to prevent them from crossing the Rock
Says Treaaarer I see" Pablle Maner in
FALIjH CITY. Neb.. May 18. (Speelal.)
A new turn was given to the city treas
urer matter in this place on Thursday by
the filing of a ault In the district court by
the city of Falls City against the Arm of
Bode A Son and the trustees of the credit
ors who are in charge of the stock under
an assignment. The claim of the city Is
that while Erve Bode waa city treasurer
he used the city money In running the.
store to 'the amount of about $10,000. An
Injunction waa secured from the court re
straining the disposal of the stock until
the case can be heard, about June 6. The
city claims a preferred lien for the amount
of. the money uaed by the city treasurer.
A special term of the district court waa
held in this city yesterday by Judge Kelli
gar ot ' Auburn and - the saloon re
monstrances were argued extensively dur
ing the day. The court reversed the action
of the city council In Mr. Nefer's case
and refused to grant him a license. One
of the grounds was that when the mayor
voted to decide the tie he had no right
to do ao and therefore the license could
not be Issued. Messrs. Peter Frederick.
Jr., and 'William Harneck each received a
license, the court hold that the action of
the council was right In granting them.
A license waa refused to Fred W. Herb
ster and the action of the council in grant
ing' the same was reversed. The case of
Orvllle Schoenhelt waa at 1:30 o'clock and a
license granted to the applicant. The coun
cil met Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock
and granted licenses to Harnack, Fred
erick and Schoenhelt, who opened up their
saloons at 1:30 o'clock and immediately did
a rushing business.
Messrs. O'Brien, Adams. Paradise, Cur
tis. Hill, Winkle, Allen. Coe, Hobson and
Moun of Stella, who were arrested for
gambling last week, were In town with
their witnesses, ready for trial before Judge
Qagnon, Thursday morning. The case waa
continued until Saturday, May 19, at S p. m.
STRONG INDICATIONS OF MIRDER
Farmer I'aeovrra Body While Plow
las in Field.
FRANKLIN, Neb., May 18. (Special Tel
egram.) John Dunafon, a farmer living
about three miles southeast of this place.
while plowing yesterday unearthed tho
bones of a man that had been burled about
five years. By the teeth It appeared that
he waa about 60 years old and it Is gener
ally thought that It Is the remains of Hana
Holverson, who disappeared about a month
before ths brutal murder of A. B. Krlsch-
baum, for which Too man is now serving a
life aentence at IJncoln. The Dunafon
farm Is but a short distance from where
Tooman and Cole were farming and la the
same neighborhood where Krlschbaum
lived. The body could not have been buried
over ntteen incnes deep and it aeeiu
strange that it has not been discovered be
fore, as this land has been farmed every
year. At the time of the Krischbaum mur
der It was thought that the same parlies
who had killed him 'had made away with
Holverson and finding this skeleton under
the above circumstance only goes to prove
the supposition was well founded.
Mr. Holverson owned a good farm In
Minnesota and has a considerable amount
of money. It la hoped some positive evt
dence will be found. The sheriff has the
matter in hand and a thorough Investlga
Hon will be made. Mrs. Martha Hanson
of Bloomlngton Is a sister of Mr. Holver
Sinai rity-Honier line
DAKOTA CITY. Neb., May U.-tSpeclal )
The village boaid of this place at a spe
cial meeting held Wednesday evening, and
the Board of County Commissioners in
special session at this place, today each
granted franchises to the Sioux City.
Homer & Southern Railway company to
cperate an Interurban street railway be
tween Sioux City, la., and Homer, the
former giving them right-of-way through
Dakota City and the latter along the pub
lie , highway. The franchise runs thirty
years from July 1, 19fl, provided the com
pany fulfills the contract entered Into.
Double trackage is allowed between South
Sioux City anil Dakota City, also on the
Ciystal Ijike line. That portion of the
company's line between South Sioux City
and Dakota City is to be completed and
put Jnto operation by July 1. lituti, and that
portion between Dakota City and Homer
by July 1, 1907. Steam power may be used
In operating the line until luly 1, IS;. Two-
hourly service shall he inaugurated be
tween Dakota City and South Sioux City
July 1. 1906. and continue until July 1, 19CT,
when hourly service shall be Inaugurated.
The fare from Dakota City to 8loux City,
Including bridge toll, Is to be 10 cents;
from South Sioux City to Dakota City t
cents; South Sioux City to Homer, 23 cents.
R. E. Browning, an Interurban promoter
of Kansas City, appeared before both of
these bodies and stated he had sufficient
capital behind him to push the line to com
pletion, and also that several thousands
of dollars would be spent In making a sum
mer resort at Crystal lake, at the present
Talbot boat yard, which will be served by
the Interurban road. Mr. Browning and
Captain R. A. Talbot left tonight for Chi
cago, where negotiations will be entered
Into for the purchase of the "bridge line"
of the Sioux City Traction company, also
a dummy engine and passenger and freight
cars. Workmen will at once be put at
work upon the roadbed, which for over a
year has been Idle.
School Raaqaet at BroUea Bow.
BROKEN BOW. Neb., May 18. (Special )
The closing social event of the high
school year waa the elaborate banquet
given by the junior class to the seniors
at the residence of H. Lomax. The large
house and spacious grounds were beau
tifully Illuminated and artistically dec
orated with Mowers and class colors. The
banquet room waa resplendent In red and
black, the senior colors, while great stream
era of the same overhung the table.
j Frleads ttaarlerl) Coafereaee.
I AI.DA. Neb., May IS. (Special Telegram.)
I The "second quarterly meeting nf uio
j Friend church' nf Platte valiey is no
holding a conference at Alda. K-. Parish,
(president of the Friends college of Central
I City, U In charge Rev. M F. Cossbee of
BRIlXiE CONTRACTORS ARRESTED
Charged With Flahlna; Wllhont Pro-
cnrlng a License.
CENTER, Neb.. May 18. (Special.) John
W. Towie and Charles Ross of the John
W. Towie Bridge company of Omaha, to
gether with J. M. Flagler of Council Bluffs,
la., and George E. Cole of Kansas City,
Mo., representing two other bridge com
panies, while waiting for the county board
to convene here, went down to the Basils
creek, which flows near the town, with the
Intention of catching some fish. 8 nor fly
after they had cast their lines In the
water the deputy Bherlff of the county,
acting an deputy game and fish warden, ap
peared upon the scene and placed all but
Ross under arrest for fishing without a
license. Ross, who has been here very
frequently, was acquainted with the dep
uty sheriff, and when he saw him approach
ing started to run through the thick under
brush which lines the banks. Towie, Flag
ler and Cole were brought back to town
and Ross was apprehended as he came In
under Cover of the darkness.
The county board Is In session here now to
let the yearly bridge contracts for this
county and there are about fifteen repre
sentatives of different bridge companies In
attendance. It Is thought by some that
the arrest of Towie and Ross is a scheme
of some of the other bridge men to have
them Incarcerated until after the contracts
are 1ft. aa the Towie Bridge company has
always been successful In securing these
contracts In the past.
tall and Hawsbr Wla.
AUBURN, Neb.. May 18. (Special.) Dis
barment proceedings agalnat Stull and
Hawxby have been dismissed. These pro
ceedings have been pending since March
34, 1M6. Stull and Hawxby have Insisted on
a trial. Ths committee procured several
continuances am Anally the court sus
tained the motion of the committee to dis
miss the proceedings without trial.
Judge Stull filed protests and objections
against continuances and against a dis
missal without a hearing in open court,
and be demanded that the witnesses be
produced In court and he have an oppor
tunity to cross-examine them. He filed nu
merous affidavits contradicting all of the
charges of the committee. Judge Davidson,
General Colby and many other prominent
attorneys of the first Judicial district vol
unteered tbelr services to defend Stull and
Iowa Man geeks Daa.arb.ter.
BEATRICE, Neb., May 18. Special Tele
gram.) W. O. Olmatead of Ida Grove, la.,
was In tbe city today looking for hla
daughter. Miss Loretta Scott, who disap
peared from her home In that city a few
days ago and whom It waa thought had
coma to Beatrice. Mr. Olmatead failed to
locate the missing girl and returned to Lin
coln on an afternoon train with his daugh
ter. Miss Florence Scott, who accompanied
him on the trip.
Boy Fatally Shot.
BEATRICE. Neb.. May 18 (Special Tel
egram.) T. J. Maloney, a Wymore youth,
waa fatally shot today by Fred Hanes. a
companion. The two boys were out hunt
ing and Maloney had climbed a tree when
the gun in the hands of his companion was
discharged, the entire load taking effect In
News af Nebraska.
MERNA Material Is on the ground for
the water works system. The first dirt
waa turned for the trenches yesterday.
BEATRICE Harry Endleman. a farmer
living southwest of the city, was kicked
in the stomach by a horse . today and
OAKIAND The commencement exer
cises of the Oakland Jilgh school will take
place In the Lutheran church Thursday
evening. May 81. Rev. Joseph Nugent of
Dee Muines will deliver the address.
BEATRICE The first of a sertea of sum
mer concerts was given last evening by the
Beatrice Military band The band will
give a concert Sunday afternoon front 3:30
to 5 at the Institution for Feeble-Minded
BEATRICE The explosion of a lamp last
night in the apartments of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Benson in the Pl.aaantnn block
nearly caused a destructive fire. The
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ju aoo pa usa a coat.
91. SO and more
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ciothes producers, achieves
glorious success and fills
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to satisfy you completely.
g Purchases 01 Men's Spring Suits
Men's newest style suits, worth from $12 (150
to $25.00, in this sale Saturday Vfl ?P
Great Sale of the entire surplus stocks of 4 America's leading clothing manufacturing concerns.
Our purchase consists of 1,595 men's and youths spring suits. We have just received the second
shipment from the following manufacturers: B. Kuppenheimer & Co., Chicago, 368 Suits; L. Aft & Sons, Chicago,
419 Suits; J. Samuels & Bro., 707 Broadway, N. Y., 270 Suits; Adolph Arons & Co., 104 Bleecker St.1, 538 Suits.
These garments are of fancy worsteds, blue serges, black Thibets, unfinished worsteds, cassi'
meres and tweeds, variety of colors, single and double breasted styles. All sizes, 33 to 44 chest,
regulars, stouts and slims'positively $12 to $25 suit values, special Saturday."v
Superior Values That Are "Business Builders"
Distinctive and very highest results of clothes craft
first choice .of the Atterbury, the SteinrBloch Co.,
the Washington Tailors and Chesterfield produce
tions from costliest materials, new radical and con-
servative styles and fabrics, at ........
Men! Buy Shifts Saturday
Every man in Omaha should profit by
the wonderful shirt offerings Saturday.
The newest and best styles in all grades
and complete assortment. At all prices
from 50c to S3. 50. All the highest
class shirt makers are represented in
our store: Manhattan, Star, E. W., El
gin and others.
In style, quality and finish the Berg'Swanson
hats of the Bromley grade are the very best
at $3.00 in the world, and there are many
men who assert that they are superior to other
hats they have worn at $3.50 and even $4.
The Berg'Swanson special brand in soft
and stiff styles are the very best
hats made at , .
CORRECT DRESS FOR
MEN AND BOYS
CORRECT DRESS FOR
MEN AND BOYS
names Wf-rf. extinguished before much
damage was done.
BEATRICE The women of the Lutheran
churrh yesterday g-:ive the women of the
Christian church a reception In the church
parlors. There was a large attendance
and after a nhort musical firogra.ni a two
course luncheon was served.
OAKLAND At a meeting of the school
board Wednesday evening Mi Jensle
Powell of I'rbana, 111., waa elected as as
sistant principal in the high school t take
the place vacated by I.:;es Mundr.n, who
has accepted a position in South Dakota.
GRAND lSI-AND The Messrs. Bernhard
Wiese and Kd Stoltenlrg. residing near
Abbot, heard a loud nolne in the barnyard
a few days ago and upon Investigating
found a nix-foot reptile of the "blackKnake"
variety in battle with a 440-pound hog. The
snake was killed.
FREMONT Farm work has gone ahead
rapidly during the last two weeks and most
of the corn Is In the ground. The early
plHiitlng is up and looking well. The condi
tion of small grain is satisfactory. The
surf are of t tie ground in dry and would be
helped by a rain.
GEN EVA Miss Margaret Rattles, aged
23 yearn, a sister of Mr. V. L. Arenschllds,
died today of consumption. Hhe had been
sick for several months. The funeral will
be held from Trinity Kplscopal church to
morrow afternoon, Rev. V. H. Moor of
Omaha, 1 conducting the service.
OXFORD Reuben Pettljohn, an old citl
en of Marian county, residing In 8prmg
Grove towi.hip, dropped dead from heart
disease at his farm home lal evening. Me
was S) years of age and haves a number
of children In thin vicinity. Inti rnient will
be In the Mascot cemcti.ry on Saturday.
OXFORD Work on the proponed Caino
11c houHe of worship was to hae b?en re
gun this week but will be deluyed a few
days owing to the prevailing acarclty of
workmen. The Mruclure will be of tranie,
vx5o feet, exclUHive of sidn wings and will
cost when furnlxhcd. approximately I1.'.
TKC I'M 8 EH This week William Carr tt
Son of jTecumseh have been given three
miles of grading on the Kurllnglun' Un-roln-Milfurd
l.ne near (iermantown. At pres
ent the gentlemen are doing ome work for
the I'nion Faciric near Koutli Omaha, but
they will begin work on the new contract
OXFORD The following teachers were
elected this week fur the enduing vejr:
Mary E Foster. I'nion. Neb.. Mign school
! principal: .Sylvia Miller, lilue Springs,
grammar aepartinent : Hope Ahoott. ivru,
aecond primary. . Vhn a professional
primary teacht-r is secured for the flr.t
grade all vacancies will ba tilled.
M COOK The mortgage record Tor Red
XSnlow county for March and April is aa
follows: Maich-Faiin tilings, iil.20, re
leases.' $i3,0.04: city and town filings, 10.
31; releases. I16.61H 76: chattel filings. ao.
'iiu.46; relesses, J11.2M.87. April Farm Ill
lugs. SM.lKU.tU!: releases. $220.127.116.11; city and
town tilings. 140.100; releases. $7,432; chattel
filings. $-.fi6S.1T; releases, $54,573.66.
GENEVA The Oeneva Equal Suffrage
club met at the home of Mrs. D. J. Dltt
mar this afternoon. The, following officers
were elected: President, Mrs. Grace A.
Flory; vice president, Mrs. Kate Koehler;
secretary. Miss Marcella Flory; treasurer,
Mrs. E. H. Donlsthori; auditors, Mrs.
Laura V. Donlsthorpe and Mrs. Zo West
cott. This was the last meeting until Sep
tember. PLATT8MOUTH In response to Invita
tions lsaued by the members of the local
P. E. O. society, many cltisens met In the
Parmeln theater last evening and formed
an organization for beautifying the rarks,
streets, etc.. In this city. Hon. R. B. Wind
ham whs elected president and a committee
composed of Mesdames C A. Rawles, C C.
Parmele and 8. M. Chapman were ap
pointed. BEATRICE Yesterday as G. W. Hotten
stein was on his daily milk delivery he
received a severs shock at the homo of
S. Grey Howe by taking hold of a live
oix.-irir wire in attempting to remove It
from across the walk. The Insulation had
been worn off, and whsn Mr. Hottensteln
took hold of the wire he was knocked down
into the grass In a dated condition, but
soon recovered from the shock.
BEATRICE Word was received here
yesterday of the marriage of Mr. Warren
Miller, until recently a resident of Beat
rice, to Miss Marjorin Gibbs of Ix An
geles. Cal., which occurred at the home of.
the grooms slater, Mrs. A. t". Pyle. In
Council Bluffs, la.. Wednesday evening,
Kev. U M)' of the Btoadwuy Methodist
Episcopal church officiating. The young
couple will make their home at Lincoln.
BEATRICE Yesterday the Farmers' Ele
vator company at Plckrell received lid
wagonloads of grain at the elevator, for
which the company paid th highest mar
ket price. W. N. Speilinan, who Is buying
live stock at that ilni, reports that he
purchased l' head of hogs at that place
yesterday. The little town la on the boom,
and It Is said that more grain is shipped
out of there than any town in the slate
of its file.
TECl'MSKH The commencement aeason
Is on with the Tecumseh High school. This
evening the Juniors banqueted the seniors
at the Hotel Hopkins, hunday morning at
11 o clock Kev. J. W. EmliriT, pastor of the
Methodist Episcopal church, will deliver
the baccalaureate sermon to the class at
the I 'reahyierian church and on Friday
evening the commencement exercises. The
address will be br Phil Balrd. D D. The
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RIGHT IN FRONT OF THE ELEVATOR
The office immediately in front of the elevator on the sUth floor will be
vacated on the last of April. It Is conveniently divided Into a private office
and waiting room. This is a sunny south room finished in hard wood, wltU
a hardwood floor.
I THE BEE BUILDING
Is the standard In office, buildings, by which tbe other Omaha office buildings arc
measure The elevator service Is excellent, tha janitor service most satisfactory;
tha building has Its own eloctrlo light plant and all service Is included In tha
rental price. The rent of this office Is 10 .00 p.r month. If you want this office
May first, apply at once, to
It. W. Baker, Bupt. C. C. Roaewater. 8ec"
Itoom 418, or to Bee office, Groand fluoa
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