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THE vBEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, MARCH Id, 1912.
Workmen on the Conaty Boildiiif
Hare Been Paid in FulL
jSEfmamrr b effected
Jfaw th Matter to Aajeetedl to Sat
' ' iuimM r Atf at la Par-
tie. fa the Tm. kl.. tha I
Caart Hiwr, j
' Strike of the Bin carpenter at work
6a the imtr cos my bulMinc who claimed
Sittm Sinnuni ewrd tlwra for a month'a
wrork. was called off shortly efor now
iestrdajr and tlx mm returned to work.
Rasmuseea aad Caldwell Drake, ceo.
teral contractor!, whose differences over
money matter caused the strike, ef
Ifeeted aa as-reement aetlsfactory ta acs
std and the men were paid. Neither
Xr. Raainuseen nor Calvin gtix-ter. su
perintendent for Caldwell Drake, would ! I
leay Just how the difficulty waa eolved. I
They aaid It aaa enough far the public
to know that an agreement waa mad :
and work bad been resumed. !
TvwaaJ with baa-Caalraetar.
Thunder alls-noon Raamutsen said
fcts men quit becauaa ba owed thent, a
I room ha warti and ba was unable to pay
feecauae bis money was tied up In the
(hands of to general contractors, who
,bad failed to nay him for a month.
Caivtn Zetsier. superintendent for Cald
111 it Drake, gar an entirely different
report regarding the situation.
Wa don't owe Rssmuseen a cent that
) are not willing to pay," aald Ztlgler.
"There is a check la our offlc payable
no him for all that Is due him. H re
ifused ta tak It. The first two payments
w mad him were rather heaTy heavier
jtbaa wa thought they should be. but aa
h Is to be paid by to Job w let It go.
"We paid him Saturday and then advanced
Im tn to pay on of bis awn who wanted
to go bom. He was th brother of that
omaa In Oregon that poisoned herself
End four children. Today w had hla
heck ready for him. It a ts. Us said
lit wasn't enough. I went aver all th
work h has don with blm and showed
Qilm by my figures that lb chock oov-
rs th balanc for all th work dons -so
ar, but h wouldn't tak It. Then ha
aid It I would pay him M mora ho
euld pay his men and get along all right.
asked him how much ha owed them and
found th M wouldn't be enough. It It
had. I would bar let hhn bar that
attach mora. That was In the morning.
Kvhrn I cam bark la ths afternoon th
pea had quit. I lave him until tomorrow
.morning Kridw-lB t right with his
(moo and get them back to work. If h
doesn't I will report to his bondsmen and
put en carpenters myself, because w are
suing to rush this work." . II
West Again Gnawed
by Low Temperature
KotwlthetsndliuT ths fact that keek
' Iwer signs, recognised as th real ad
vane scents of spring, have appeared.
Winter ontlnues to linger .out In Ne
braska and beyond. -
At Scott's Bluff yealerday morning.
which, waa by odds ths coldest la the
Mate, th rstiatrallon waa f degree
lw aero. At bead wood It was M sad
at Cleararont. south of Sheridan, the
itrmperatur went down to Is below.
la fiebraaka then ware several brands
at weather. There were calms and winds.
with a number of places reporting from
sum to three Inches of snow during th
night. Temperatures were from to M
degrees above aero. Accrete Wyoming,
from th Nebraska tin to Lander, tem
peratures ranged from f below to I below,
tlx Utter reading being th moat general.
CENTRAL SCHOOL CHILDREN
WILL PRESENT FOLK DANCES
Students end teachers of Central school
will live a program at ths lone I heater
tomorrow (veiling. The program will con.
Siat chiefly of folk dances, as -follow a;
The Sword Dance, Scotch.
' Jiuet th Highland Fling. .
Tit Oat ende, Herman.
Th Spanish. " f . -
Jilt. rt. Patriot's day.
Hnedteh Clap dance, ,
The Hunsanan, r
Mary and Her Lamb."
"Th Pussy Cat sf th Queen.'
t- . .
Law Mates a Paolflo Csaet.
" Effective until April It. Specially low
Mtra will be In effect to Points In Wast
ern Canada, Washington, Idaho and Ore
Hen, els ths Canadian Pactfl Ry. Par
ticulars an application to Geo, A. Wal
ton. General Agent, SI South Clark
For Outdoor Boys
'rT0 keep the boys healthy
I these days look to their
shoes. No ordinary
Ins' shoes will keep a boy's
feet dry and stand the knocks
these days. Our -steel shod
shoes we guarantee to out
wear two pairs of ordinary
loys' shoes. They cost a trifle
more, but the difference in
lvalue makes them the cheap
est boys 6hoe you can buy.
: Sizes 10 to 13& $3.00
- Sizes 1 to 2..... $2.23
J : Sizes 2! i toSi,$2J50
On Sale in -'BEANDXIS
16th & Douglas
We Will Place on Sale
AH Odds and Ends
and Broken Lots
trom the Bourke Clothes Shop
A 1 . . .
naae to sell at 512.50.to $25.00
In Two (J
Big Lots V
RAPHAEL-P RED CO.
Twa susaw Walk from lik aad
13th and Farnam Sts.
Hero are Just a fewof the many
wonoerfai price red actio b - tn
Hlsh Grad Dcpeadablc . Mei I
chaadlse we offer for
SOo Hsa's Wa
Shirts ate These are extra
fine quality with faced sleeve
All ar .beavtly stitched and
road no aa to give -extraordi
nary service. Sold everywhere
at not lees than ive. Our
S-0O Hsa's Sigh Crrad rants
.si.jc lr you are loosing tar a
pair of pants that will give
ac.-vioe and always look good
sea this lot. All tli different
weaves in the newest patterns
are, shown. at elatur- as nr
cay. special price of liv3
at. . . . . ..
We wi sell them all in one day and every man who
buys one will get a bargain he will remember for years. There are hun
dreds of these suits-not all sizes in every pattern, but scores to choose
TJ'AVlZei Justt5ink of buying a Bourke suit, medium weight!
l htt otter w for one day only, and the best suits wiU go first. --1 v
. . - o- T "' mill UOlm
, gains but we never offered 'suits like these
at such prices. '
Buy a new suit Saturday, ."it will out
lafit the spring season.
SfvSSfMOAIN OUR BASEMENT
Bovi' Knickrhrw.lf sr Suite at l 0k
Uieviots, tweeds and worsteds-Kussians
and blouses for boys, ages 3 to 8 Nor
folks and double breasteds for (4 nr
boys, ages 7 to 16, at .VLu0
Boys Waists Open tuff sIt, full out
body; black, blue, and light patterns;
6O0 Tsluaa ipaclatt at ,
Boys' and Men' Rnt. af
:, All odd lota of $7.50, $10, $12.50 and $15
BOzts, worsteds and many all wool cheviots
and tweeds. Men's suit sizes 34 CC
to 44; boy's sizes 15 to 18 yrs. .... yU
Boys' Double Seat and Knee Over.
. sUU-SOc values, at
Smut Spring Hits for Men ail Toast Hen
a wiae variety or new npnng
colors in solid shades . and. at
tractive mixtures and combina
tions. Smart shapes for town or
country, the city, street or rurnl
John B. Stetsoa Soft aad Stiff Hats, all
Ua new apriD( atyie,, at .... JJ3.50
Imported Soft Hats, at 82.50 Md83
Wilson s Kngllah Hats, sold axclutlvaly
In Omaha by Brandels Stores, f 2.50
Brandeli Special Soft and Stiff Hau,
Th. saw Felt Corduroy Hata for
Tounf Men, IS Taluea. a ..J1.S5
BOURSE'S S3 HATS FOR HTM AT si AS
All the $3 Scratch Hats, all the $3 Velour Hats', all CI r
the $3 Stiff Hats, in one lot, at '. . . . .f
All the 19 Automobll Hats from ths
Hours stotk. st koo
An th II Knallah Oolf and mm
Autoaiobll Caps from th 434
Bourae stock, at ''v
New sprint atylea ta hats and cap
tor boys and children
Sale of Men's
Uen,'g New Spring Shirts,
latest patterns, soft col
lar and cuffs attached or
starched neckband styles,
worth up to $1.25 .
"t ..;:.49cand 69c
Traveling Bejs, Trunks
and Suit Cases "
The products of the best
manufacturers . at lowest
Trunks at $4,50, $5, $7.50
and up to ....... ;.. $25
Suit CSoses and Traveling
Bags, at 98c, $1.50, $2.98
and up' to .'......."..$29
Trunkssold exclusively in
Omaha by Brandeis Scores
MJ Hsa's Wort aad Drees
Sanaa !, 3om of these are
oi ine worm nest maaea.
They are mad of good, strons,
auoatajitlal leather with lnd
sewed oak sole, niuciier rut
with medium heels A fine
shoe value at $:.50 1 fift
Our price Saturday WliWal
OC Xsa's BTaw aprtaar Mats
ndj your first thought will ne
m .w .' hi a Dins iiiib
special lot of nobby sprins
crushers and soft hats we
offar Saturday. only, I C
at -9 I ) 9
ftetitrdav will K ,h. lu. Am- . -
offer every suit or overcoat In our
men's department -at wxactrjr'one-
hatf nrl... U.nu a 1. - i , -
or iirnt sairnt ano are or the styles
wnirn.wiii oe worn tms spring; and
aiimiT.wr. Rwn.mK.r n man's
lilt rtp n..rA.u I 1, . . .
vne-sisa rrios aararasv oaly, S3.TS,
SSOO, 7,5o SIO, f 1B.M aad tlLOO.
Men's and Youths5 Medium
and Spring Weight Suitings
Greatly Underpriced for Etrly March Selling
Over 2000 Suits involved in this Big
March Sale, priced at $7,50, $9.50,
$12.50, worth op to $25, none worth lest than $ 15
The new colorings for spring 1912 will be found
in this big offering hand tailored and perfect fitting
garments. Here is an opportunity to buy your spring
suit at 0 less than you can buy in a month from now.
See them displayed in our main street windows and bet
ter still, come right up into our big clothing depart
ment, second floor, and get a better idea of how we do
things. ... ,
$5.00 for the choice of all Men's Suits in our
Clothing section, Domestic room, worth np to $12.00.
a.00 &aelr sTsw arlar Kate
H-w-unr . millinery depart
ment is brimming over with
mlaaea' hesdwear. All the very
neweai ei'iea. special sale
Saturday M.SS and 9
t41 Vsw BprhuT anita
livery new effect and style Is
shown in blue and lleh, r...
and tan and arey mixtures
with lara collars and - revere
lnlsld with astlu end '-Ant.!
silk. An extraordinary value
for .Saturday -only, asf If?
$3JO Ladles'' SUk Fattiooau
ll.lt The petticoat sensation
of the season. Taffeta, silk
or meseallne, In ' new spring
colors, special ' for I I A
Saturday 9 III 9
Advance Showing of
Har:Schaf finer & Marx
New Spring Suits
$18 to$35Come in and Look Them Over
Hay den Brost
t Spools Coats' Taxeed toe
A real bargain at any time
wh,.n it ran h. hAiivhi m
a low price. Come here Sat
urday ana get 7 spools 2Q
JM awiaeass Here's a
wraith of beautiful awUchea
that we can sell at a price that
l.ks never been enuslled in the
i i.-mu-y or umana. Buy them
.era faturday as low rtfl.
Bsaattfa) Mmw Sanag OoaJta
la s.wMa tuum oitylaa.and
slutdes which,' include tan, arey
snj many fancy mixtures.' No
twn nm.nl. .ilk. aii
highly tailored and elaborately
iriiiiuieu. a spociar. va lue of
real renuinenaaa a. an et m
Saturday only at ,.90sf 9
i O'BST IlIDiair II TTT. man
RAPHAEL-PR ED CO.
Wkolaul. ..J . , l
coaaxB mi ana rttin ara.
aivaa rvat lai WSOTlz
5?. We Are Inspired
with our new store and location. Our new stock will
certainly Inspire you, sj when you need jewelry s
our stock of pretty articles flrat.
BXBIEKBZa TBT WWW MOaVTIOsT gUU SO.
16TM aT-WAXTOBT BIhOOX.
S. W. LIXDSAY. Jeweler and OpUcian.
This Sale of "Nebraska"
Sewing Machines Saves
"No A feat" plan enalilrs yoa
parrna a B4Q.U0 gnule of
cniaa I or only
The 4,Xebraska" Sew
ing Machine offered here
at only. $19.50 is made by
one of-America's largest
makers; a manufacturer
whoee product under an
other extensively adver
tised name is universally
marketed at double; this
price. In fact the product
ff ' till a Yri amifQrTiiTi 53
-swep - ". w a iiummevvnu j o
ftnlrl nnrlr nnntlioi Yinmo v-ia-lit lini-A in rttmaTia . n
w-w- 1 1 we v m sneinv tigu a-a.,a M VUMSUU a V U a1 IV .
agent plan at DOUBLE our price. Each ''Nebraska"! is
sold with a ten year guarantee, has a beautiful oak case,
wiia wuiomauc lire ana arow neaa ana 8 couplet1 set ot attacanMata. '
SPEOAl. aesrinf MachlM Seedlai to fit aay aaake of aaarhlae,
as. M J at sa 1t4
linT-iM.i.' Uu,l rait kli2'
BPIXUXeeejrlac Marhlsw) Beita, at. earh .".V.V.V.V.V."
Sewing Machine) Department I'oanpeiaa Room.
la Pompeiin Room .'.
' extra special.; ; v -
Cmm Peanut 8qiareaivaaUk,5
strawberry and - cbooolaU flav
ors, afperib. r.;r. . .'is.
r'is tmrrHsnir rTor.lsi ,
vanilla. vanilla nut. - roapl .-aad
strawberry aid plnaapplo tB-'trao,
trntt Carors; racalar-40o caoco
lataa. at per la. w:,Y..v.J59t-
DeIlrioa t Mmpit', Coafertioaa,,
. mapla caramri (lac, inspla
klsaca. atfi, eparjsj. at lb. 20
' ML 'to P..M. V- t
Atujal rood 'Toffla.''th good Wad
la vajrl)la,- strswberry, eooco-
lata 'and - molasses Davora,' at
V . .-10r
:Wa malts our, own candy.. It
la strictly pura aad alwaya .fresh,
S) tae.larg .abowlac ofxSt.
Patrtck'a Day NoveiUes for table
deooraUona,- favors. - parti, etc.,
all at very moderate price.
Man, this is
-" ; :..,.
We tM sptal caire of tho
a Vounf KeUo" here ciury ;
tha kind of shoM that raaiio
. your fnonda ay, "Where do
you ct them?
Emenrthlnj from tho ."hi
. too' modal to tho coDenrv
ttve Knrltsb Usla ore he
overy on Juet "br.mtul of '
S3.50 & S4.03
16th and Douglas
A little want ad does the business.
Everybody reads Bee want ads.
Look on Page 17
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Move before the moving season
You will have a much better se
lection of offices now than if you
wait until the
1st of April
or the 1st of
i n"2T"s elect a
j, building, the pol
icy and organi
zation of which
have beeif tried
and never foudn
wanting. It takes years to develop "service" and a
seasoned organization in an office building. A build
ing which is kept in constant repair never grows old.
Select a building, the -location of which Is known not
only to everyone here, but to everyone who baa ever been
The best "service," the building that is kept in'
the best repair, and the best known tifficebuilding
in Omaha is
THE BEE BUILDING
There are only eight offices vacant today,
but among them are some very.choice ones:
naeam ass Reception Room, private ef flee, tw larse closets, lara
workroom wltb two north window a Ideal office for nslaaar.
architect doctor a other professiaal bb. Rental per
uouta w. ......
. y ' .. . . ..
' w . - . a - 1 i-
. '. -f -. , . ',: ... . , iit . , ';
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a east 4sa Thla Is a tona narrow room, ltzltK, La vine a north
Uaat. KectaJ. per aioatta tXIM
106 is 11-txM la aisa. located on th court, close to ky
Itsnt. thus having excellent satoral llsbt To paoa eould
to divided a as to mas ta very pleasant rooms. Price,
per auMiUa .......... ...... ....... .tZT-M
S30 Of n.-e In the northwest corner, bavins foar targe win
dows A fireproof vault (or th protection of valuable papers
la much tn demand and Is afforded In this room. There Is a
total of IS square feat of floor space and soma weaM a
equipped with partition w satiate ood tanaM. Ta rental
price to par aooatk . ......... M..MS9 a
The Bee Building Co.
Bee Business Office 17th and Farnam Sts.
K You may miss something
if you don't read
the want ads TODAY.
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