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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JANTAKY 21. 1911
COUNCIL EXCEEDS AUTHORITY
laUding- Committee Kay Be Called
on liarpet to Xplain. - .
1 iEPARS . BOOF WITHOUT UTTK
lassptrallrr (bare the rassasttiee
with lwrlac the Law la Let-
lias Repair Joa aa ik
II tr Hall.. -
Thro member of the city council-L
F. Funkboucer. A. C. Ktiges end Goodley
r. ixwir-flf oe canea upon to st
riata their official act as members ot
Aclty council In committee of ths whole
t .stouasy anernoon. .... ....
'- th Mmm:ilu n it; - .-4. !. .,i .
law In letting the contract for repairing
the root ot the city hall, which waa dam
aged during December . be wind. Bide
ahould hare been advertised for. he say,
bat the first intimation other official
' had that the v. or wa to be done was
'- office from BJoraea - Hate, who per.
formed the work. ., . i
The repair required an expenditure of
I1K.W. Emll Wslstroih, superintendent of
the elty hall, said he called Mr. Fuhk
bouscr by telephone and told him the
root needed repairing at once. Mr. Funk
boueer said It would be repaired.
Wslatrota then called Wllf ft "on and
Sir. Monroe, contractor, and each arnt
a man to Inspect the root and present
bids. These bid were as follow: Wilt
Boa. p:.'J; Mr. Mom-be. f!9. When the
bids were received Mr. Walstrom took
them to Chairman Punkhooser of the
wuhlift knlMlnM pAmmHlM .tint hit was a
day late, workmen were then busy re
pairing the roof. v
C. M. Wlthnell, building ln.perter. Mid
the repairs were an emergency case and
that, therefore, the work was turned Over
" at one to a competnent contractor. In
111 opinion the copper used in the repairs
- would alone cost is much 17 M. Me
said the lower bidders could not have
done the work at a profit.
Better Service id ;
Promised by the .
Judge MacomberVln receipt 'of a letter
from the Nebraska Railway. commission,
. In which Secretary Allen llte that the
suit brought by the people af Wheeler
county tgalnsr the Burlington roas lias
been dismissed. This Is the ctle Wherein
the business men dnd other living along
the Erlcson branch of the Burlington em
ployed Judge M scomber to represent them
In an- effort to secure better train service
on the Erlcson branch. -At
thlt time and during the past the
Burlington has been running tri-weekly
mixed train between OreeWy Center ttd
Krlcson. They Ural; of It and hired all
attorney, who , made ..trie snowing met
they wet entlt'ted tobe'tler. tram service.
A date was fixed for taking testimony,
but before that data fame General Man
ager HoMrege wrols, .abetter to Attorney
ilarosiber natlngthkt s early as March
15 the Burlington would Improve It er
lc by putting on' a mptor car between
the twa points, alternating with. the r
vlar train, thus giving dallyastrrtce,
asked for.'' i ' .'.
Over Crop Outlook
Kugene Duval, assistant geneWf agml
f.th Milwaukee road, U back from twu
weeks spent In t" lah and Colorado, look
ing after company business. During his
western trip Mr. Puval encountered nor.
et tha frigid weather that ha been gen
eral oven the central west, the coldat
that h experienced being U degrees
above aero., ' - .
At Belt Lake Mr. Duval never thought
et wearing an overcoat, and Wednesday
at Fort Collin. Colo., he played on the
golf link In his htrtlev, the tem
perature being 40 above.
People of Utah and Colorado, according
to Mr. Duval, were never so enthusiastic
over crop prospects as now. All through
both ttes In the valley there have been
many snowstorm, but the now ha
melted almost a rapidly It ha tell,
leaving the ground In Splendid condition.
In addition to thl the snowrs.ll In the
mountain has been the heaviest In twenty-five
years, now Being from three U
ten feet deep. When thl melts m the
spring the surplus will be tore In the
numerous reservoir of- the- Irrigation
companies, affording a supply ot water
sufficient to carry the crops through tue
next growing season.
lire Gong Stolen
from Hose Wagon
Kir CMet Salter l. on the warpath
Friday night the department made a run
to Thirteenth and Howard tret.. On
of th large hose carta ws left ner We
scene of the fire and not under urvell
ance. When the firemen came back fo
the wagon the hose wa narked In-the
wagon and the trip to th barn started.
The driver. In turning a cornr, at
tempted to ring his bell. Wit got no
response to the exertion of his feet.
When the wagon reached the barw an In
vestigation wa made and the fourteeit
Inch gong was missing. To police were
notified and believe some boy stole H for
bis toasting traveler. ;
HE TEACHIS HIGH SCHOOL lads TTWFI.Y RPH, ESTATE GOSSIP
i a a ill I ill a iumui uuiiiam --
Question of Exclusive Lilting Bobs
Up in Realty Exchange.
WILL BE DISCUSSED WEDNESDAY
Realty Dealer Wkt Arc Mat Mesa
r at Ksebsage May Attend
Aasjasxl Baaeaet Several
Acreage Tsatets Said.
Tlie question of exclusive listing has
again bobbed up In the Real Estate ex
change. It evoked muck lively discussion
last Wednesday and la slated for discus
sion again next Wednesday.
Latham Davis, last Wednesday, declared
that no agent should try to sell a piece of
property unless it wa listed with him In
writing, but he epoke against exclusive
agencies, which he said would work to
the advantage ot a few of the big firms
which have tlie reputation ot having han
dled a large amount of property. C. F.
Harrison pr-ke for exclusive agencies
and moved tl.st Ihc exchange go on rec
ord to that effect. Harry Tukey said ex
elusive listing would be a fine thing for
both agent and owner, but only a few
owners could be brought to see It that
way and many owner declined to make
Mr. Harrison's motion was tabled for
the time being and the question is to be
fought out next Wednesday. President
Morton apiolnted a committee consisting
of H. A. Tukey. C. F. Harrison. Latham
Davla. B. R. Hastings and F. D. Weed to
frame a by-law conforming to the new
stste Isw which compels exclusive listing
In order to assure commission
The Real Estate exchange will not b.
"exclusive" at It annual banquet, for It
Invites all members of the realty frater
nity In the city, whether or riot they arc
members of the exchange, to be present
at the banquet, which will be held Thurs
day evening, January . at MS. at the
Rome hotel. Fifty- tickets, at $1 esch.
have been sold to date.
PROF. EDWARD R.- BURKE.
Debating Coach at
High School Most
Popular With Boys
Prof. Kdwsrd R. Burke, the new de
bating roach at the Omaha High school,
wss graduated from Belott college In IMS
and entered tlie Harvard Uw school the
following September. He was given his
Harvard hepkln last June.
Tha first Omaha High school debate ot
the year will be held srith the Council
Bluff hlghg school squad In March. A
triangular debate with Westport high
school of Kansas City and the West high
school of Des Moines will be held by the
purple and while team th first week In
April and the squad will begin Its work
for the contest after the new school term
Mandamus is Issued
for Hydrant Rentals
Judge Munger has Issued a writ of
peremptory mandamus, commanding the
city ot Omaha lo pay W.tM.U to the
Omaha Water company within the next
ten day to aettle judgment entered last
October In favor ot the water compsny.
This (mount represents hydrant rentals
for the first six niontlrj In 1911. Several
weeks ago Judge Munger ordered the
city officials to sppear before Dim to
show why the rentals were not forthcom
ing, but they failed to heed the order and
Judge Munger has commanded that a
special sax be levied and . tlie money
raised within the next ten days.
WCLCOTT IS SENTENCED "
TO ONE TO TWENTY YEARS
Orviile c. Woicott,, the'former general
agent for the Prudential Life Insurance
company, convicted of uttering a forgery.
wa sentenced to one to .twenty years In
th penitentiary, the term fixed by stat
ute, by Judge George A, Day In tlie crimi
nal division of the district court. Sen
tence was passed after Judge Kay had
overruled the motion for a new trial of
Stanley M. Jtoaewstcr, Woicott' attorney.
Mr. Roftewater wss given the customary
forty day In which to perfect his appeal
to the supreme court. He said he will
Woicott committed a series of forgeries
and einbexilrment last summer and dis
appeared. He was arrested In the south,
brought bark to Omaha and tried last
November. The defense waa Insanity.
Several wltnesws testified to peculiar ac
tions of Woicott prior to the forgeries
and embezzlements, and experts testified
in their opinion he was Insane. The jury
found Woicott guilty and recommended
Judge Day said the court cannot extend
clemency under the law.
Wolcutt's sentence will dale from his
arrest. Augurt li. He may be pardoned
or paroled at the end of year under the
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Kaew moot Prist It.
Omaha ecaml merpttal. ag. S&8.
aa, BUo. Plxtsrss, siglas -ada
It aaahl to get Booth's Guaranteed
Canned Oysters of your dealer, call
Douglas CM for nearest dealer's name.
Keep Tear Money sad Valaabl in the
American Safe Deposit vaults In The
bee building. Boxes rent far IJ per year.
CTilsssi Oaeda Mlas Phllbrtck still
ha curios, linen, silks, tapestries, etc..
on sale at Bchadell Mlllitary Store. I in
Douglas. Bargains for old friends aud
Tkaoaopbieal teototy Meets - The Tbeo
sophlcal society will meet at the Omaha
School of Music. Eighteenth and Farnam
streets, on Sunday evening at I o'clock.
I.. J. Qulnby will address the society, hi
subject being ; Toii Are Divine.
NEW ORLEANS HAS SEEN
SOME WONDERFUL CHANGES
Oeorge U Campefl. assistant city en
gineer, has returned from New Orleans
where be attended the meeting ot .the
.11.. M aBnkn4lln MfMAMlL
Two hundred members were present from
every stat la the Union. The conven
tion passed a resolution regretting that
tieorgeW. Craig, city engineer of Omaha
and etc president ot tin association, was
unable to attend.'
Mr. Campen - wonderful progress
ls been made In Nev.Orlein within the
spar of four or- five-year. ! The sewer
mini and the wfctet work system have
been Improved . at . an expens ot rM)
until they are now as ua-to-ddte- a any
city and th question of disposal of the
water which ;ettled tn; the street and
w allowed to evaporate ha bees solved.
; This water is pumped by huge machinery
7 into adjacent rivers and lake.
A former Omaha man. James mack,
v.. seen most effective la bringing about
J thee changes. Mr. Black I an engineer
: f renown and waa employed by Jtew
; Orleans to help solve problem that bad
' earned some of the most noted englneer
l tag xaiads in the country. A so ot Mr.
itlaek Is employed In the engineering de-
artinexit at this dy.
WANTS FREMONT CASES
TRANSFERRED TO OMAHA
Application for an order restraining tlie
Elkhnrn river drainage district and the
Standard Drainage company from further
l-rosecution of suits now pending In the
Dodge county court was filed Keturday
morning by Brome. Elllck Brume, at
torneys for tlie Tltld Guaranty and Trust
company. In the federal district court.
In the bill of application It Is stated
that t e .Standard Drainage company con
tracted, to construct a drainage system
for the Elkhorn drainage district near
Fremont In December, 1909. The bonds
for the Standard L alnaste company were
furnished by the Title Guaranty com
pany. When the time set for the comple
tion of the drainage system had expired
the Standard company was behind in Its
work and had not paid a number of the
men hired by It.
tiults were brought In the Dodge county
court by tiieao unpaid workmen against
the Title Guaranty company as bonds.
men and the Elkhorn drainage district
snd the PUndard Ln-alnage company as
The Title Guaranty company wants the
case settled In the federal district court
here and Judge Munger has set February
Z aa the date for the hearing of the application.
Thomas Herd will build l-o M.hi.
brick flats on two lots that he has bought
from Howard B. Smith at Thirty-third
and Marry streets, fjr I1.K4H The rale
was msde through the Glover Realty
l.oul Nash Is hslng plans prepared for
a fine new residence at Thirty-eighth and
Davenport streets. It will be one of the
finest homes In the city.
Th Glover. Realty- coniusnr reiu.ris
the sal from F. A. Robhlns to Kd
Hrown, for 5.000, of a house and lot ai
Twentieth and Kmmet. The lot ha a
frontage of seventy-four feet.
The Byron Reed comusnv bousht m
bunches of lots last week. One eronn nf
twelve Is near Fowler avenue and Thirty-
sixth street. They will be platted snd
put on the market In the spring. Eigh
teen lot between Thirty-fourth and
Thirty-sixth streets and Paw avixna
and Larimore avenue, were bought by the
company from Rev. J. F. Collier of Phil.
ThlrtV-tWO-acre lots In Pailrami lurb
Fifty-seventh and Center streets, have
been bought by M. p. Dodge for t8,0&.
T..H. Matters has sold to Cora Sherman
No. in3-U South Thirty-second street
Mrs. Msrcla Blrkhauser, widow of the
late Peter W. Blrkhauser. has sold three
house at th southeast corner of Twenty
fifth and -Dodg to Charles A.' Wagner.
the consideration being f 17.700. There are
two brick houses and a large tram house,
the latter built by the late Dr. A. A.
Parker. Mrs, Blrkhauser now lives In
Certain property owners w'sj gavs op
tions on ground In two or three blo :k
east of the I'nton Pacific headquar
building, now have a suspicion that th
options were not bought In good fsith,
but merely to tie up the property and
prevent development In that neighbor
hood. Persons Interested In th develop
ment of another part of town. It I said.
feared that a railroad had design on a
lot of property along Dodge street and
Capitol avenue, and so had th options
tsken to prevent th railroad from getting
the ground. Several option In th same
neighborhood, however, are said to be
bona fide proposlHona, thougn no single
big improvement I contemplated.
City of Florence
May Refuse to Pay !
Hydrant Rentals :
Consternation reigned among the tax-.
payers of Florence this week when they
learned that the Omaha Water company !
had paid taxes on the Judgment Instead1
of th plant, thus shutting th city out I
of about xv, In taxes. Friday evening ;
a number of the influential business men
and heavy taxpayers met at th Eagle
rooms to d. stuns the matter. White all
admitted that a municipality could not i
tax a municipal Industry, opinion was I
divided whether on municipality could
tax th property of another municipality
within It domains. After threshing the
matter out It wss th . consensus of
opinion that as far a th city was con-
cerned It did not make much difference, i
for If It could not tax Omaha for the '
plant, neither could Omaha tax them for ;
hydrant rental and one about offset th 1
other, so the revenue ot the city for
municipal purposes woul 1 n3. be affected.
In the case ot the school, district this
would - not hold. The district now levies
up to th limit of the law, R mills, and
If the amount ot taxes the water works
now pays, approximately 14,700, is de
ducted th flaanccs of th district would
be In a bad way. It was finally decided
to secure more Information on the sub
ject and then call a mass meeting of
tlie citlsen and determine on the ad
visability of. taking th matter up to
the court for adjudication.
Grain Men to Work
for Better Crops
E. P. Perk and E. 8. West brook have
returned from Chicago, where they repre
sented the Omaha Grain exchange at the
session of ths council of North American
Grain exchange. Th crop Improvement
committee ot the council outlined a cam
paign, to be participated In by all the
grain exchange, for encouraging the
farmer In conservation or soil fertility,
rotation of crops and mora Intensive
methods of farming. This plan will be
presented to the Omaha , exchange by
Messrs. Perk and VaoMbroott at la Mrat
meeting ot directors. . .;
learance Sale Bargains
IN PIANOS AND PLAYER PIANOS. AT
Loner Prices Than
If yon hare not already bought a Piano during this sale, come early tomorrow, as
you will see by the list below that we have added some bargains that outshine any that
we have previously quoted. Pianos are selling fast, and we are breaking all our prev
ious January records. Notwithstanding the low prices, we will allow you to MAKE YOUR
OWN TEEMS during this sale. Our record of 53 years' hones business dealings is
the guarantee that stands back of every sale. '
t'hk'knring Jt Sons' practice piano
Yo et Hosts' pracllre) piano
Norwood upright piano
Smith M ItaraeV upright piano . .
Iilnj(toa upright piano
Arion upright piano
Davis Hon upright piano
Krnrst Gabler upright piano
Mueller upright plan i
Rradfuril aitrlglil ptsnu ....
t'Mrj upright piano
Yos Hons upright piano .
Sieger at Hon' upright piano
Halle Itavla nurighl piano
Knahr upright piano
J. C. Fltrhrr upright piano
. . .$4.14)
. . .UO
. . .150
. . 173
SEVERAL OTHER WELL KNOWN MAKES OF EQUAL VALUE. ORDERS B7
MAIL WILL BE GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
50 Pianos for Rent at $3 Per Month
nrarrrmAsToa astb Tuimo ran or oxabqs.
WE ARE EXCLUSIVE
FOR THE MATCH
SchmoIIer & Mueller Piano Go.
Mmufactarers Wholesalers Retailers
1311-1313 FARNAM OMAHA, REB.
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. . ' , -earful Haker
of deadly microbe' occurs When tVoal
and lung dineasea are treated with !r.
Kin' New Discovery. Me and fl.t, Tor
sal ty Beaton Drug Co.,
Kluea for Hantl.s; Saaaar.
ni.lTtl If'BL Vetv. Jaji. la. IHlMcial i
Frank Sldrl. Krnest Iach. Mayborn Hal.
Isglver and Charles Winkler, four farm
ers from the south part of th counts',
yesterday pleaded guilty In the county
court to hunting on Kunday and were
fined II and cost each, which they paid.
Th complaint wa tiled by . A. Kinney
of Kinney. Neb.
Caught by Police
Th. nolle bellev tht In the rret of
Harry Wast and Oeorge Brown, both of
ISIS Chicago street, they have caught the
overcoat tlileves who hav been working
the (various schools, public nulldlnga and
reatauranta In th city for th last
month. Js. -
Th nolle received a call about II
o'clock that a man was trying to pawn
an overcoat at th Rlvralde pawn ahop
t lit! lougi street. letectlv Dan
lhey wa dispatched to th scene and
found Wet Inside trying to get rid of an
almost new coat. Hrown wa on th out.
side keeping a watchout. Lahey arrested
both men and took them to the station.
A larg number of pawn ticket war
taken from th Swo men and th polio
will try lo get possession of ll the
coat which hav been stolen by th men.
They refused to make a statement a to
their guilt or Innocence.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
HAD CATARRH THIRTY YEARS.
STRANGE CALLING CARD IS
LEFT BY CHARLES SMITH
Charles Smith, a negro, has discovered
a way to go calling without th cus
tomary calling cards.
Ha waa arrested charged with the theft
of a pair of curtains from liable Wal
lace's room at Tenth and Davenport
streets. When asked In police court If
he stole the curtains he said, "Well,
Judge. I'll tell you. I want to call on
th young ldy and when I found she
wa not home, I took the curtain Juit
to let her know that 1 bad called."
"Wa she a while woman or a negro?"
asked the Judge.
"he was a black damsel, yer honor.
Smith waa released en condition that
he returned the Curtains, which he did.
WARM WEATHER .HELPS
OUT STOCK IN WYOMING
The railroad trains hare all weathered
the itorm and yesterday they were prac
tically running on schedule time. Those
from the west are right on schedule, but
those from th east are a little late.
Keports from the west are to the ef
fect that throughout Wyoming and Col
orado warm weather continues. - From
j Uong Pine, along th Northwestern, way
! out to Caspar, the weather ia warm and
th snow about gone. The mercury over
most of the distance at J o'clock ranged
from 33 to degrees above sero. with a
Chinook wind blowing from th north
west. Along the Union Pacific, the weather
was warm from a point IS miles west
of Omaha, all the way through Wyoming
and Into Utah, the range of the thermom-
ietora being from to above.
I Zero weather is reported nearly all the
way acrora Iowa, with to li below In
the central and northern portions of the
state. The weather In Kansss Is reported
to be similar to that of Nebraska cold
us the eastern and warm in the westers
part of UM Hal:
BECK MAKES RECORD
AT BANKERS' MEETING
Henry A. Berk, who was called th
"adding machine" while assistant cashier
of the Cudahy Packing company at South
Omaha. Is sustsining hi reputation with
th Kansas . National bank at Wichita.
Kan, judging from the following article
In a Wichita paper:
.. "Henry A. Beck of the Kansas National
bank won first prise in the rapid calcula
tion contest at . th bankers' meeting
Thursday night, adding figure In
TO BE HELD SUNDAY
Funeral service for Harry L. Wool
ridge will be held tomorrow afternoon
at I o'clock at Bralley V Dorrance's up
dertaktng rooms. Two platoons of po
lice. In charge of lieutenant Have and
Hergeant Bemuelson. will bead the pro
cession to the grave. Iean Tancock of
Trinity Cathedral will conduct the serv
ices. The pallbearer will be Patrolmen
I Pxanowski. Carney, Cummlngs, Went.
Byrne and I'nger. Interment will be In
Prospect Hill cemetery.
If y To'
9i0J Wjj! Catarrh.
,uffllllEiu. "?yr .- , - - -1 1 , i t
Tells How to RdleYS Kidney and
lllaililer Trounie, Uivea tree
rrlntlua Which la, Kaallr I'rc-
pared at Home and la Haiti to
tilve Permanent HHIef lo rCvcry
i Huffererrr Who Will Try the Mis-
lure Korrea Kldner lo Filter
. (Mil the tienus. - -
Her hr a prescription which ahould be
valued by ail who are ubjec( to rheuma
tism, stomach, kidney and bladder trouble)
and especially catarrh. While th latter
la said by most sufferers an Incurabl
dlaease. ther are few men or women who
will fall to espertenca great relief from
th following slmpls home prescription
and If taken In time ahould prevent an
attack of catarrh during the entire i
eon. Anyone can ml th following:
Fluid Extract Juniper Berries, on ounce
Compound Fluid Balmworth, on ounce
Compound Syrup of Hypophoaphltea, four
ounce. 8hak well In a bottle and us
In teaspoonfiil dose before each meal and
again at bed time. Oat these Ingredient
from any pharmacist whom you know
handle only pur drug. Thl prescrip
tion act directly upon the ellmlnatlv
tissue of th kidney to mak th filter
and (train from th blood, th poisons
that produce all form of catarrhal af
fection!. Relief la often felt even after
the first few dose, and It I seldom that
the sufferer ever experience a return at
tack within the year.
This prescription makes a splendid rem
edy for all forms of blood disorder and
such symptom as lame bark, bladder
weaJcneea and rheumatism pains ar en
tirely dispelled. ,
As this valuable, yet simple recipe,
come from a thoroughly reliable source.
It should be heeded by every reader who
suffer from catarrh. Adv.
Hi Fi!l M
It an Mprealon hear every
day from men and women who
use to suffer with bunions until
wa fitted them to our
Thl shoe la specially con
tructed one alt smaller at the
Instep aud heel and two sites
wider In the sole, letting the
foot rest wholly on the sole ot
the shoe and not on the uppers.
The stock la fine, soft kid. and
the aolea are flexible and easy. -We
have them in lace and
Women's Turned Boles. (3.50
Women's Welt Soles. . $4.50
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
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Most modern equipment
and the best of service
t jto1,;i"!-H s
The man with an office
now demands the most
exacting care and con
veniences. The Bee
Ex-COXGKESSMAX MKKKISOX COMMENDS PE-RCXA.
-I hav seed until bottles of Fvms and t feel greatly bnflt4
tlwraby from aty cataira of th . I feel sncoursge to 11 that If
X as tt a abort Urn longer I will a fully aale to radlrat th 1M of
ttiity tars' tandlnr " aM Kesklsn.
Persistent Advertising I the Road to
Big Returns. .
Homer Winder of Kansas niv h.. Kn
transferred to Omaha as cattle buyer tor
Armour and Is located at U Nw Uatn-
PEKCXA RESTORED HEALTH. I
Mr t N. Peterson. Hi South Main St., t ouncil Bluffs Iowa, writes: "I can- j
not tell you how much good Peruna has done me. Constant confinement In my I
.tore begsn to tell on n.y health, and I felt that I was gradually breaking down.
I tried several remedies, but obtained no permanent relief until 1 took Peruna .
I felt beter Immediately, and five bottles restored me o compile health."
A HIXCEISK HKCOMMEXDATIOX.
Mr U C Prosser. It. It . Shelby. Oeana Co.. Michigan, writes: -Two years ;
aco I was hsdly afflicted with .starrh of the stomach. I had had a na of typhoid
fever wa very depleted. I could find nothing I could eat without csuslng dls
tress .'and sour stomach. Finally I csme to the conclusion that 1 hsd catarrh of
the stumach and seeing Peruna advertlse.1. began to take It. It helped me soon,
and aftei taking three or four bottles I wa, entirely curcl of stomach trouble,
and cou n w eat anything.'
Vn.,e nminti.. fur a free 1'eruaa Alniaaat; for 1918. j
is titiiiitcd in the heart of the commercial district of
Omaha mid gives tenants the best office service to be had.
Tlte eleviitorti are new and their service is faultless. Keen
janitor attention keeps the rooms scrupulously clean, while
n modern steam plant evenly heats the building in the
coldest weather, offices which are excellently ventilated.
The man who wants the greatest conveniences and the
liest of attention will' find a few choice offices vacant in
this building now.
Boobs Ma Reception Room. Private Office, two large closets, large work
room with two north windows. Ideal office for Engineer. Architect.
Doctor or othei professional men. KentaU per month 145.00
Bocae aa Thl I a long narrow room. lOxiSl. having a north liRht.
Itental. per month ..flTJ
430 Has a north and east exposure. lVix2Slt In stse. with a fire
proof vault in corner of room. This space will subdlvsde Into three
good slsed offices and make excellent quarters (or any one needing
thl amount of space Kental price, per month., at&OO
14 LUht. light, plenty of It In this room, three targe windows
This space ia 16xl-S with an entry way xi. Aa exceptionally low
rental at. per month HLM
auom S44 Having !!! squsre feet makes a very pleasant office; having
an east exoosurc and being near Kamara street aid of thr building.
Kerwt very reasonable. "er monin
The Bee Building Ce.,
Be a Basiness Office, 17th antl Farnam Stj
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