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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 20. 190S.
of the Great Closing Out Sale of the Late
A. B. Huber matin's Fine Stock of Watches.
Diamonds, Solid Gold Jewelry,
Sterling Silver and Cut Glass.
WHY NOT YOU?
Note Prices and Be Convinced:
Diamond Cluster Ring, values $12.00, J Q Q
-carat Diamond in 14-karat Tiffany ring, J 5 Q
-carat DiamondJn 14-karat Tiffany ring, 22 50
-carat Diamond in 14-karat Tiffany ring, 00
V-carat Diamond in 14-karat Tiffany ringr 00
1-carat Diamond in 14-karat Tiffany ring, 00
Diamonds, Studs, Scarf. Pins, Link
Buttons, Brooches, Bracelets, Ear
rings, at Less than Half Regular Price
Gold filled closed or open case 7 and 11-jeweled C AA
Elgin or "VValtham moement, for JUv
Gold filled closed or open case 15-jeweled 7 A A
Elgii) or "Waltham movement, for IU
Gold filled closed or open case 17-jeweled A A A
Elgin or Waltham movement, for IUUU
Gold filled closed or open case, 19-jeweled 1 O A A
B. V. Raymond or Elgin movement IOsUU
Gold filled closed or open case 21-jeweled O A A
Crescent St. Waltham movement, for I0UU
Gold filled closed or open case 21-jeweled O AA
Hamilton movement, for IOsUU
Gold filled 0 size Waltham or Elgin Watches g JQ
Gold filled 12 size, thin model, Elgin or Wal- O AA
tliam watches, for 0UU
0 size extra heavy 14-karat solid gold Elgin f AA
or Waltham watch, for IOUU
Solid gold and gold filled jewelry at less than half
wholesale prices. .
A small deposit will secure your holiday presents at
the above prices.
STORE OPEN EVERY EVENING.
1609 FA UN AM STREET
Between 16th and-17th
N0TII1E RUSTIN TRAGEDY GUN
Bevolrer Found in Sewer of Neither
Make Doctor Chote.
PAWNBROKER FAILS TO IDENTIFY
Coanrll Bias's Dealer Wki Sold Fred
, Hostln Pistol Sim Ik Skele
tan Posnd la Nat the
Theories that mystery surrounding the
death of Dr. Frederick Rustin would bt
cleared or at least lessened by tha dis
covery of a revolver In tha aewer catch
basin at Twenty-ninth avenua and Harney
street by a sewer gang Thursday hav
fallen flat by tha fact that the gun Is
neither of Coifs or of Iver Johnson make.
After working on the theory that the gun
might be the missing weapon in tha Rus
tln case. Chief Donahue said: v.
"There Is nothing In the Idea at all. It
was not Rustln's gun, and probably could
not be Davis' either, as he did not carry
When W. F. Qurley, one of Charles E.
Davis' attorneys, heard of the discovery
of the gun In .the sewer, he visited the
police station with the Idea of gathering
additional Information connected with the
case, but said afterward that ho had noth
ing new In the case. '
It la known that Dr. ' Rustin wanted to
buy a Colt's revolver not long before his
death, and also that it was an Iver John
son gun that h eventually bought, so the
fact that the weapon found In the sewer
Is a cheap Harrington & (Richardson re
volver, In tha minds of the police, give
still less credence to the Idea that the
latter has anything to do with the Rustin
Only the Frame Left.
Both cylinder and hammer are missing
from the gun recovered by the aewer gang,
and the location of the catch basin from
which It was taken also Indicates that the
Harrington & Richardson revolver Is prob
ably not the one which has been searched
for ever since the tragedy. The corner
of Twenty-ninth avenue and Harney street
is about a mils east and one block south
of the home of the Rustin family, where
the shooting is supposed to have occurred.
The only point of similarity between the
gun found In the sewer and that used In
the Rustin case Is the fact that both were
of 32 caliber.
Chief of Police Donahue made an effort
to have the gun found In the sewer Identi
fied at some pawnshop, or other place
where It may have been bought. It was
taken to Council Bluffs Saturday morning
and shown to the dealer who sold Dr.
Rustin a revolver a few days before the
latter's death. The second-hand man said
he did not sell the Harrington & Richard
son gun. "
The condition of the weapon found In
the sewer would Indicate that It had not
been there for as long a time aa has
elapsed since the morning of September
if, when Dr. (Rustin died. Slight rust on
the barrel shows that it had been car
ried into the aewer or placed there within
a month or six weeks. N
pier for the recording angel who keeps tab
on mundsne profanity, A fine of 1500 and
sis months In Jail would be a penalty none
too severe for the laundry fiends who tear
shirts to tatters for 15 cents apiece. New
KNOCKING A W0RLP-WIDE EVIL
Yarloaa Bides f Tlpplagr Nslannce,
the' Victims and tha Bene
Llk the tariff, the tip Is a tax, and the
tip gatherers ar alert aa the tax gath
erers in levy toll. Originating In the
occasion"! bestowal of a coin In recogni
tion of some special attention or service,
tipping haa grown Into a gigantic and
universal system. An unwritten mini
mum scale of fees hss been established,
and fees are expected by attendants aa a
matter of right, even when they have
rendered no special service, or, perhaps,
no service at atl.
Head waiter, table waiter, bell boy, head
porter, luggage porter, chambermaid, boot
blackthey are all "on the regular list."
The substantial tip sent to the chef by a
man who wants his viands prepared In a
particular manner or with unusual care Is
not In tha same category. He Is voluntarily
paying for special service and otherwise
need never think of the cook's existence.
The smart waiter who wants always to
obtain his dishes in the best condition to
please his patrons and elicit liberal tips
finds It expedient to regularly fee the chef,
and thus there are tips within tips.
In the railway carriage, on the ocean
steamship "tha tipping nuisance" pursues
tha traveler, and even guests In private
residences cannot escapt it. The amount
of tips expected by servants In country
houses Is so large that persons of small
means are unwilling to spend a few days
as the guests of wealthy friends. In Eng
land this abuse has become so great that In
some of tha finest country houses notices
are now posted In tha bedrooms requesting
guests to refrain from feeing the servants,
and boxes are placed In the halls, to be
unlocked only when the season ends, for ths
reception of such gifts as visitors may be
Impelled to make for distribution among the
There are two sides to the question-
three sides, Indeed,, for the managers,
waiters, and public look at it from dif
ferent angles. The problem would not be
solved by adopting a suggestion that a
fixed percentage be added to they bill for
service, because this would only Increase
tha cost to the client and tlpa would grow
on top of this. There is a sound reason
for giving tips, for where special service
has been exacted or special attention has
been received, but there is ho denying the
fact that the system has grown to be. In
many quarters, a serious abuse. New York
BABY'S ADVENT A MENACE
Largo Families tha Ban af the Poor,
Hectares at New York Char
The annual report of the Association for
Improving the Condition of the Poor In
New York shows clearly tha extent of the
distress in that city within the last twelve
"Since Mis beginning of last winter," says
liie report, "a long Una of men, fathers
f families, numbering at times as many
is K6, havo appealed to us for work. There
has been a pathetic similarity In the lan
guage of their appeal. "This Is the first
tlmo I have had to ask for help,' a man
would say, 'and I wouldn't do It now ex
tent ''tor my wife and children.' Almost
without exception our visitor had found
that tha story waa true."
Uon's records for recent months, which
could be repeated with unimportant varia
tions many times:
"Woman called accompanied by two
elghbors and presented a card from Dr.
C M.; said that her husband hud been out
tf work for four months; that they owe
llils month's rent and $15 to tha grocer;
have sold almost every article of furniture
they had; had only I cents' worth of pota
toes yesterday. Youngest child very weak;
toother has not sufficient nourishment;
ether children In need of clothing. Asked
Mnmedlate aid for food and rent.
"C&roltne Rest nurse called. Found wo
tian and tour children, ths eldest 8 year
ld and the youngest 1 months old. all suf
fering from ths lack of food. Mother un
it le to feed baby from lack of food. House
keeper states the fsmlly Is respectable,
onest and deserving."
a.rs. Ingram, superintendent of the relief
department, gives many such stories, some
even more pathetic, In
her report. New
The Bee. Want Ad pages offer the best
FIGURES ON CIRCLING GLOBE
Cost et Transportation nnd Time Re
quired for Trip Around
Major George P. Ahearn, U. S. A., sta
tioned at Manila, recently returned to that
place after an easy jaunt around the world
and as of Interest to travelers he has given
out the Itinerary, with distances, hours and
transportation costs, ss follows:
Miles. Hours. Fares.
Manila to Vladivostok
via Kobe t.T18
Vladivostok to Moscow... 6,:il
Moscow to London via
London to New York 3.2JO
New York to San Frsn-
clsco via New Orleans.. 1,700
Ban Fram lkco to Manila
His actual time was thus sixty-seven days
and fifteen hours. He used the ordinary
means of conveyance except In the case of
the army transport on the home stretch,
which was no more expeditious than a
regular passenger steamer, and he made no
special effort for a record trip. The trans
portatlon costf, moreover, show the Jour
ney to be within pocket reach of anyone
who can afford to go to Europe for two or
three months. How very small tha world
Is becoming as compared with tha time, not
many years ago, when fiction was taxed to
get a man around the globe within eighty
days! Springfield Republican.
MR GLIMMERINGTON PLEASED
When tho Salesman Shows That He
Thinks Mr. O. ta a Man '
of Sons Account.
" 'Is it to be charged r tha salesman says,
when yob have completed ' your purchase
arid you are giving your name and address,
"and really," says Mr. Ollmmerlngton.
"that always sounds pleasant to me, as
perhaps It. Is Intended to do. It seems to
Imply that you are prosperous In appear
ance, substantial, like a person of means
who would have an account there if he
wished, and whose account would be wel
comed; it fact, it implies a good many
things, all pleasant. 'Is It to be charged,' he
says, and then you say, with extra calm
ness. Just sort of casual like:
' 'No, I'll pay for It,' and you do, but you
walk out of the store with a pleased, per
haps evei slightly exhalted feeling and
thinking well of tha atore, and you are
likely to be there again and to keep going.
"Another pleasant form of this question
Is found in the salesman's polite Inquery
after you have finished your buying and
are giving directions as to sending.
" 'Have you an account here?' the sales
man wishing to know whether these things
are to be charged or whether you desire
to pay for them. And this form is pleasant
also; it makes me feel for the moment like
a plutocrat or at least a man of substance,
and It gives me a little glow to think that
the salesman takes me to be one or the
"And then when I get out into the street
sgain where the air Is cooler I smile
little and wonder If 'Is it to be charged?'
and 'Have you an account here?' are not
stock phrsses which when they are study
ing the art of salesmanship salesmen are
taught to use when In their judgment they
would be conducive to their customer's
happiness and to their tendency to call
By using the various departments of Ths
Bee want ad pages It Is easy to reach ths
people who have money to spend.
We offer and hereby agree to pay above
amount to any person who ever bought a
Diamond of us who can say and prove that
we refused or did not willingly abide by our
guarantee, viz: To refund agreement price
at any time within one year from date of
18 Years at the SameOld Stand
15th and Dodge l
FINE FOR. LAUNDRY FIENDS
Washington Campaign for Cleanliness
and Sanitary Improvement.
In tha city of Washington ths health
authorities are conducting a vigorous cru
sade against the proprietors of unclean
lunch rooms, restaursnts and lodging
houses, or those wherein Insanitary condi
tions of any sort prevail; all manicuring
and chiropody establishments, whether In
public or prlvste premises, have recently
been brought under the same health regu
latlons as barber shops, and now all ths
washerwomen In the District of Columbia
and anybody else there who habitually
"takes In" wsshlng," are to be registered,
so that their premises msy be regularly
visited and investigated by the health In
apectors as a precaution against the com
municatlon of dlsesse or filth or vermin
through this chsnnel.
As a result of a superficial canvass only.
the health authorities estimate that fully
H',000 persons in the District "take in
washing" most of them negroes, presum
ably but upon the expiration of tha thirty
days only 135 of them hsd registered. Bo
the antlTtlrt, antl-dlsease crusade is to be
extended to the 8,000 and more delinquents.
Ths movement has coma none too soon
And it might, wl'h profit and satisfaction
be extended to all other slsabls cities and
towns. To have one s table and bed linen,
towels, handkerchiefs and ' underclothing
scoured In a tub or washbuiler along
with those of others any Tom, Dick or
Harry, or Mary who happens to "put out"
washing Is something almost unthinkable,
anyway; and most of us would no doubt be
disgusted, if not horrified, were we to
catch a glimpse of some of tha premises
where It Is done, the persons doing It, and
tha processes employed.
This field for the health-protection "cru
sader la an almost limitless one. And. If,
supplementary to this sort of Inspection,
the municipal authorities everywhere would
Stop the regular laundry establishments
from using chemicals that rot shirts, col
J lare, and cuffs and all starched wearing
lng of many millions of dollars every year.
sua w.qum aisa nu.se me easier ana nap.
In the Dot Counting Contest will ba made on the evening
of Monday, November 30th as previously announced.
The Committee on Awards comprises representative
ne wspaper men of the following dailies and weeklies of
Omaha, Council Bluffs, Lincoln and Sioux City: Omaha
Bee, World Herald, News, Twentieth Century Farmer,
Sovereign Visitor, Co. Bluffs Nonpareil, Lincoln Star,
Lincoln News. Neb. State Journal, Neb. Farmer, Sioux
City Journal, Sioux City Tribune and Sioux City News
This committer is not in any way connected with the
Schmoller & Mueller Piano Co. Their awards will bear
the stamp of impartiality.
A Cordial Invitation
Is hereby extended to the public to be present Monday
Evening. November 30th at 8 P. M. at the Auditorium second
floor of the Schmoller & Mueller building.
No Contest lias ever been so successful as the one now closing. We are deeply
indebted to the public throughout the United States for the confidence mani
fested and the marvelous response. Our aim will continue to be-to merit the
confidence of the music-loving public--to the end that our word shall always be
the equal of a government bond.
We Thank You.
r EPiano Ca
1311-1313 Farnam Street.
P. S.--lf you haven't dono go, count tho dots
and got your answer In tomorrow SURE.
WONDERFUL RIFLED PIPE LINE
Means Employed In Carrying; Cali
fornia Oil to Sen
The most remarkable pipe line In the
world, a line of sight-Inch pips 282 miles
long, has Just been completed In the Cali
fornia oil fields. It runs from OH City, n
the famofjs Coallnga country, to the sea
board near Port Costa, and Its length Is the
least wonderful thing about it.
In thla Immense tube, with pumping sta
tions twenty-four miles apart, a complete
Inner tubs of flying, whirling water keeps
the heavy crude oil froju the steel pipe.
The well known antipathy of oil aid water
keeps tha carried fluid and the carrier
apart, but until the autumn of 1917 this
comparatively simple principle had not been
brought into use and the problem of the
transportation of oil was the greatest the
producers of the west coast had to face.
Now this great obstacle has been removed
and Harriman's engines on tha southern
Pacific and tha furnaces of his steamers
which, ara soon to ply the Pacific will be
fed from this line, by which 17.000 to ,000
barrels of thick fourteen-degree fuel oil can
be moved over one of the twenty-four-rnlle
sections every twenty-four hours.
The pipe line, which, by the way. Is ths
invention of John D. Isaacs, consulting en
gineer of tha Southern Pacific company,
and Buckner Speed, is first rifled. These
rifles, or corrugations, ars about one-eighth
of an Inch In depth and make one complete
revolution of the pipe line In every ten
Instead of heating the oil to thin It and
make It travel the more easily through the
pipe, as Is the custom on all the Pennsyl
vania, Indiana and Virginia lines, the heavy
black fluid in this case is shot Into the pipe
cold, with a 10 per cent addition of water.
The centrifugal force given to the whole
mass by the rifling of the pipe, throws the
water to the outside, forming a perfect
sheath or .coating in which the oil travels.
completely separated from the guardian
watar. This film between the oil and the
pipe naturally reduces tha friction to a
great degree, as well as carrying along tha
oil at a much greater speed than thinner
oil of higher gravity, which Is much easier
to move, has ever been carried before. t
Technlcal World Magaslne.
TELEGRAPHERS AT BANQUET
Old-Timers Give Feast in Honor of
ROBERT C. CL0WRY PRESIDES
Five of First Nine Men to Enter
Military Corps In 1861 Are
, Present- Many Messages
of Good Will. 1
And In IU Purest Form Haa Long Been
Known As the Greatest Gas
Pure willow charcoal will oxidise almost
any odor and render It sweet and pure. A
panful In a foul cellar will absorb deadly
fumes, for charcoal absorbs 100 times its
volume in gas.
The ancients knew the value of charcoal
and administered It In cases of Illness, es
pecially pertaining to the stomach. In
England today charcoal poultices are used
for ulcers, bolls, etc., while soma physi
cians Tt Europe claim to curs many skin
dlseaies by covering the afflicted skin with
Stuart's Charcoal Ixisenges go into the
mouth and transfer foul odors at ones into
oxygen, absorb noxious gases and acids
and when swallowed mix with the digestive
Juices and stop gas making, fermentation
By their gentle qualities they control
beneficially bowel action and stop diar
rhoea and constipation.
Uad breath simply cannot exist when
charcoal la used. There ars no its or ands
about this statement.. Don't take our, word
for It, but look into the matter yourself.
Ask your druggist or physician, or, better
still, look up charcoal In your encyclopedia.
Tha beauty of Stuart's Charcoal Loaenges
Is that the highest pharmaceutical expert
knowledgs obtainable lias been used to
prepare a loxenge that will give to man
the best form of charcoal for use.
Purs willow and honey, is the result. Two
or thro after meals and at bedtime
sweeten tha breath, atop decsy of teeth,
aid ths digestive apparatus and promote
perfect bowel action. They enrich ths sup
ply of oxygen to tha system and thereby
revivify ths blood and nerves.
Stuart's Charcoal Longe ars sold
everywhere In vast quantities, thus they
must bavs (merlL Every druggist carries
(hem; price, SSu per box; or, send us your
aama and addreas and wa will send you a
trial package by mall free. Addreas P. A.
Stuart Co., 2W Stuart Bldg., MarshslI,
NE3W YORK, Nov. 8.-The telegraphlo
flash sign "73." meaning "regards," ticked
scores of times tonight over special wires
to the banquet room at the Hotel Man
hattan, where the old-time telegraphers
of New York entertained Andrew Carnagle
on the occasion of his seventy-third birth
day anniversary. At the table with him
were Thomas A. Edison, tha Inventor, a
former operator, and five of the nine first
operators regularly employed by the United
States government In the civil war, sent
from the (Pennsylvania railway line in
response to a message dated "Washington,
April 22, ISfil," and signed by Mr. Carnegie.
Colonel Robert C. Clowry, president of
the Western Union Telegraph company,
presided as toastmaster, and the speakers
Included Coloned David H. Bates, die . of
the early military telegraphers, who said
that when the government refused to pen
sion tho military telegraph operators Mr.
Carnegie at once provided life Incomes of
111 per month for such members of the
old corps as were recommended by their
organization. The souvenirs wore minia
ture telegraph sounders of ebony and
bronte, one of which recorded the many
messages which came from various parts
of the country through the evening.
"I believe," said Mr. Carnegie, "that
when we get to heaven and are challenged
and asked why we want to come In we
will pick up one of these little Instruments
and say "73'," and he made the signal as
he spoke the numeral.
Mr. Carnegie said that he spoke In i
Pickwickian sense when he stated that he
regarded the expressions of old fellowship
and good will tonight as the greatest public
honor he had ever received. Ha felt, he
said, a note of sincerity In the tone of tha
speakers and their expressions of regard
"There Is no higher compliment which
can be paid you than to have the friends
of your boyhood days, the friends of your
older days, and I would rather have your
certificate of friendship than one signed
by all the priests and bishops in the land."
Edward Yaaderbllt Croas-Kxamlned.
The last testimony was taken today in
the case of Edward Vanderbllt, whose
daughter, Minerva, seeks to have him
adjudged Incompetent to conduct his busi
ness, here chief contention b!ng that he
Indicated his alleged Incompetency when
ha married May Pepper Scannell, the spir
itualistic medium. Mr. Vanderbllt was un
der cross-examination before both sides
rested. He told of his association with his
second wife before and after their mar
riage. From his statements It appeared
that when his first wife waa dying she
asked him to have Mrs. Pepper commune
with the "spirits" and learn for her
whether she would die. Mr. Vanderbllt
said he had arranged to bring Mrs. Pepper
to his home, but his wife died before she
arrived. Mr. Vanderbllt married the me
dium several years later. A verdict Is ex
pected early next week.
Playwright Attempts Bntelde,
Using a pillow to muffle the report of a
revolver, Mrs. Eleanor Merron Cowper, a
talented playwright and actress, shot her
self in the right temple today In an apart
ment at the St. Regis hotel." The explosion
of the cartridge was heard, but Mrs Cow
per was rendered unconscious and is slowly
Before making tha attempt at self-de
struction, Mrs. Cowper had written a num
ber of letters, one to her lawyer, another
to tha coroner, a third to an undertaker
and a fourth to John Hood, a friend. In
the letters she apprised the four persons of
her Intention to commit suicide.
Investigation showed that Mrs. ' Cowper
had made careful preparations to end her
life. In addition to writ lug a latter to her
lawyer, County Judge R. B. Joyce of Mid
dletown, N. Y., to take charge of her body,
she had painstakingly written a brief auto
biography. The sketch ststed that she was born In
England and that she came to this country
at the ags of I months. Her maiden name
was Eleanor Merron. Her stage cureer
began, in Boston In a production called
"Youth Found." Mrs. Cowper gave a lis
of the various productions she appeared In.
She wrote four plays, which were produced
on Broadway. They wej-e: "Dairy 'Farm,"
"In Love," "A Broadway Favorite," and
"A Last Rehearsal."
Late tonight Mrs. Cowper was removed
to the Presbyterian hospital, where an op
eration was performed. This wsa done as
a last resort to save her life. The bullet
was found In her head and extracted. Her
condition is critical.
Campaign Against Disease.
As a basis for what it Is declared will be
the greatdest campaign against disease ever
waged In a city, the International Tuber
culosis exhibition, at which the work of
fifteen foreign governments In controlling
and stamping out the "great white plague"
will be shown, will open at the American
Museum of Natural History November 30.
Three entire floors of the museum are
devoted to the demonstration of methods
and results In dealing with ths disease.
In connection with the exhibit, the Char
ity Organization society will conduct a
series of lectures by which information re
garding the latest preventive and curative
measures In dealing. with tuberculosis will,
It Is estimated, be brought to the attention
of more than l.OCO.OOO people.
Kills Brother and Mother.
With aim so deadly that all five shots
he fired took effect, William Kallebrun of
Jersey City tonight shot and killed his
brother Leo, and his aged mother, Mrs.
Victoria Kallebrun. Three bullets were
fired Into the body of the murdered brother
and two into his mother's.
The tragedy took place In the apartments
of Kallebrun in thla city. Kallebrun, had
come from Jersey City with a friend, Al
bert Trogunwycs, to secure money from his
brother Leo and the shooting resulted from
the fact that Leo would not give him the
Two More Bodies Ileeovered.
Tha bodies of two workmen who lost
their lives in the cave-In of Gold street,
Brooklyn, several days ago, were recovered
tonight. Ten bodies have now been found
and it Is believed flvs mors lie under
Mrs. Helnse Loses Necklace,
Otto C. Heinse, a broker, reported to the
police of the Tenderloin station tonight that '
his wife had lost a 112,000 necklace of pearls
Thanksgiving night. Mr. and Mrs. Helnse
attended the theater and later dined at a
Broadway hotel, where the loss was dis
covered. Bona of Mexlcnn War.
Descendants of the soldiers who fought
In tha war with Mexico met In the Hotel
Astor tonight to organize themselves Into
a society of the Sons of the Mexican War.
A committee on organization waa selected
and Issued an Invitation to all those eligible
to Join. .
John J. Donahue, Jr., son of Chief of
Police Donahue, is Just passing through
tha crisis of typhoid fever at St. Joseph's
hospital. His condition Is still dangerous.
He has been at the hospital for two weeks.
The young man Is married and is a loco
Miss Kate McHugh, assistant principal
of the High school, who went to England
early in the fall to study the school sys
tem there In company with two other
Omaha teachers and many pedagogues
from other cities, has returned to Amer
ica. She will not reach home for over a
week yet, as she will visit a number.- of
schools and colleges In the east on the re
quest of Superintendent Davidson of tha
.J ! . i - -j . : e
You and your friends art cordially invited 1o visit
our store during the we ek beginning Dec. Isf,
to inspect our exhibit of the
Wonderful India Oilstones
where a more adequate idea of the marvelous cut
ting qualities of these stones and the great
variety of uses fo which they are adapted
may be gained.
JAMES MORTON 0 SON CO ,
1511 Dodge Street
Hardware and Tools.
The Last to Go
A man will undergo great privation and sacrifice before
parting with his home.
That is why we consider the security offered by us tho
best obtainable, for those who wish an absolutely safe place
for their savings.
Our loans are made only to members of this Associa
tion, men of good character and standing.
Security values are carefully determined and the per
centage of loans to value of property is maintained at 50
Can we interest you in our stock T
Omaha Loan & Building Ass'n
S. E. Cor. 16th and Dodge Sts.
0. W. LOOMS, President 0. M. NATTINGEE, Sec'y
W. R. ADAIR, Asst. Sec'y
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