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TUB BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. APRIL 6. 1912.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Tave Boot Print It.
Westberg, Commissi oaer. AdT.
UBuwolu, Dentist, t: Brandels
eschar jrigby (or Coxamiseioasr
Alfred Sorsssea for city commissioner.
Sloctrie Washing; Machines, Bursesa
Taokar, republican eandldata for
nenata, BeU phoo "Florence J4S."-Adv.
Vote for Goodley F. Brucker for Com
rnlsstoner under the ComnUsslnon Form
1 Boy A. Balsa, Printer, 20 S. 1. D. ilii.
Toar Support will be appreciated. John
P. Crick, candidate for city councilman.
Primary April . Formerly assistant city
Sana Boys Jeoquitk Borne Hastings
A Heyden sold the Jacqulth homo in
Kouotxe Place on Spenoer street between
Twentieth and Twenty-first streets to
Martin Reum for KSOO. sir. Keum
booght the property for a home.
Bene Committee to Meet An emer
gency session of the executive committee
of the Tri-City Baraea Union has been
called for Saturday evening at the
Toung Men's Christian association at
IS o'clock. The purpose will be to
complete the details of the campaign for
Sunday and Monday which is to back
Up the social service board resolution In
troduced in the city council last Tuesday
'earl Memorial Baa BstItsI A aeries
of revival meetings la being conducted
each evening except Saturday at Pearl
Memorial Methodist church, Twenty
fourth street and Larimore avenue. The
pastor. Rev. C. G. Baden. Is presenting
short, straight sermons on fundamental
themes. The song service Is under the
direction of J. Franklin Haas, who has
had extensive experience in evangelistic
singing. The meetings are being well at
tended. Bew Bonus la Snacoo Hastings A
Heyden have started to build three
bungalows In Dundee on Underwood
avenue, between Forty-eighth and Forty-
ninth streets, one of which Is already
sold. The othor two will be of cement
plaster, exterior finish.
Mort Opens Newest
Clothes Shop Here
The new clothes shop of Omaha, known
as Mort's, is now open. It la ons of the
finest clothing stores In the west, having
Just the sort of (nappy, smart clothes
that appeal to young men of taste. It
Is located at M7 North Sixteenth street.
The clothes sold by Mort are the kind
worn In the largest cities by the best
dressers. The new shop Is Immensely
storked with all the spring and summer
shades and styles. It la a neat little
store, with every detail so arranged that
customers have every advantage. Mort
Is making a special appeal to all men by
the moderate prices which he Is asking
for his goods. -
For many years Mort was hi charge ol
the salea department of Vollmer'e cloth
ing store, which baa recently gone out of
Taf t Republicans
ONAWA. la.. April l.-(8pcclal Tele
gram.) Taft republicans were hi complete
control of the Monona county republican
convention teld here this afternoon a id
will send eleven Taft delegates to the
itate convention at Cedar Baplda.
The roll call was made by townships
and resulted ninety-five favorable to Taft
and forty-nine progressive. The same
ll.tt of delegatea will represent the county
la the district convention. Following tho
announcement of the election of Taft
delegatea It waa moved that the selection
be made unanimous. The greater part
cf the progressive delegates fell In line.
All efforts of John Briar, (ienator Cum
mins' manager, to awing enough delega
tions Into the progressive camp proved
The delegates are E. L. Hogoe, R. W.
Cassady, W. H. Edgar, A. C. Thomson,
IT-. B. Luts. Olaf Left, Charles Flcher,
Charles Worrell, J. W. Howe, 8. D.
Crary and T. 8. Thoreeon.
WATERLOO, la., April 4.-The Third
district republican convention waa hi an
apparently hopeless deadlock here to
night over the election of two delegates
to the Chicago national convention. Cum
mins adherents won the temporary organ
isation, but Taft followers made a vigor
At 11 o'clock the convention adjourned
until a. m . being unable to unite on
delegates. Throughout- the balloting the
vote waa T2 to 72.
Dormitory Burns in
Kansas Negro School
KANSAS CITY. April fc-Ward had,
the largest dormitory of Western uni
versity, an Industrial school (or negroes
at Qulndaro, Kan., seven miles southwest
of here, wss destroyed by fire tonight
at a loss of $50.. For a time It waa
feared all of the university buildings
would be lost, as a high wind prevailed.
tio one was Injured.
The university la the second largest
school for negroes In the coun'ry.
PASSOVER CANTATA THIS
EVENING AT TEMPLE ISRAEL
r.niin of the Paseover will be
sung this evening at t o'clock at the
wr i Iaral bv the OUArtet of the
church, accompanied by a string or
chestra. Mr. Walter Dale will aing soprano.
Mre. Verna Miller, contralto; John A.
McCreary. tenor; E. K. Grey. baas. Miss
Laura Goett will sing "Miriam." John
Hopkins. "Miser;" L. H. Kennedy.
Aaron." and Mrs. Mabel Larktna, "Is
rseltttsh Women." - -
Mlsa Sadie Kirscfcbraun and B. Berg
will play the violins. & Hern, 'cello.
Mr. Hetherlngtoe. viola, and T. C. Ben
nett the organ.
SHEELY YOUNG WEN'S CLUB '
ENDORSESSLATE OF SIX
At a meeting of the Toung Men's Pro
gressive club of Sheery In Polish hall
last night the iorraui -
endorsed for commissioner; j. i. -
C. Uanimau, J. a.
n w H lined and A. D. Hill-
Ten aspirants were present and
made brief add
Alter they nss
committee brought hi the
recommendations, which were adopted.
Four hundred was gives as the number
attendance. Tne cino cipraacu mm
Clothe Your Boy Where
You Pay Least and Get
As in men's clothes, so in boys
this is Omaha's biggest boys'
store by virtue of showing the
most styles and best made gar
ments at lowest prices. We are
featuring two special prices for
Pairs of Pants
Boys' Pure Wool Suits, in
various materialsrwith two pairs
of knickerbocker trousers to each
They come in a variety of
handsome spring patterns and in
sizes 6 to 17. Without the extra
pair of pants they'd be excellent
values; WITH the two pairs of
pants they are really WONDER
FUL values. Price
$3.95 and $4.95
$3.95 $4.95 $6.45
Other highly tailored boys' Suits
$2.45 to $9.95
s' Wash Suits
95c to $3.45
AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA
Magic City Hen Form Company to
Iitabliih Woolen Kill.
SKILLED LAB 0B IS NECESSAKY
Former -Merer T.4 Johnson Pare
Visit la Old Hosse Cenareaeeaan
Lenta to Talk Today for
otiti. rtmaita man are forming a com
pany In order to establish a woolen mill
In thla city. Mayor P. J. Trainor. wno
la ons of the men Interested, has been
In correspondence with Mayor w.
Seanlon of Lawrence, Mass. Other
mm dvalara heard from to date In
clude Ivar L. SJostrom. Jamee R. Bailey
and H. A. 8. Reed of the united etaicv
Worsted company and the Plymouth
mills of Lawrence.
The intent of the men Interested Is to
tart a small woolen mill here in BouTi
Omaha as soon as the required number
of ekllled laborers can be gotten here.
ii i. raieulated that South Omaha, be-
Inc a large sheep market, will easily be
come a woolen center for the west and
"There Is not bins certain yet. said
Mayor Trainor. "We havs been In
correspondence with different woolen
mills of the country. Skilled labor l one
of the necessary features of the proposi
tion, and until we are assured of that
can go no further.
If the plana of the company materialise
i ia thm lniantion eraduaily to enlarge
the Tenture In accordance with the In
crease of experience gained. r
Job mob Pays Vlelt.
Ed Johnton, a well known citizen and
former mayor of this etty. returned borne
Wednesday from California, where he has
sojourned for the hut five montbs.
Yesterday Mr. Johnson held a reree or
old friends at Heafy Heafys office.
He saya he has completely recovered
from hia lata lllneee and his appearanca
bears out the statement.
Mr. Johnson Is filled with praise for
the west and for the Oolden state la
Leata Talks Teday.
Today at noon Congressman John Lents
of Ohio and C. J. Smyth of Omaha will
address the em ploy ea of Cndahya pack
ing hotua In the interest of Governor
Woodrow Wilson. .
At lz:e the same apeakers will deliver
addresses at the Union stock yards.
Jerry Howard la one of the strong
boosters for the New Jersey democrat.
Maa-to City immw.
Loot part of a gold watfh fob en
graved C H. T. Phone So. Ml. Reward.
Mike Corcoran left Wednesday for Mia
sourt. where he went for a business trip.
Miss Rosa H)eim Is on the road to
recovery after a severe attack of pneu
awnia. Purtrur the absence of M. J. Corcoran
Patrolman William Coulter is acting night
-The Preebyterisn King's Pa'ivhterf win
meet this afternoon with Mrs. A. J.
Randall. ZT1 t street. . , Newly elects
officers wilt be iritalled.
Mr. J. K Connell. KJ North Twenty
fourth street, will entertain the Ladies'
For-gn Mteetonarv so. Wr of the Hrst
MthodJH church st bee borne this after
noon. . . .
For sale a hsndfonie residence.
D 8U Will acrcpt all cah or part on
time. 8eured by mortgage. Office
Phone itoucini TS. JUmAtocx Soata til
J. H. Van IHiaen.
In The Bee-tb
an of to buyers.
Grand Army Will Ask
Leading Men to Talk
Upon Memorial Day
Arrangements for Memorial day servtees
were made at a meeting of a committee
of the Orand Army of the Republlo and
Spanish-American war veterans at the
city hall last night.
Invitations to speak will be sent to
many prominent men at Washington and
In adjacent states. The meeting will be
held at the Auditorium. Senator Brown,
Senator La Kollette and W. J. Bryan
may be sent Invitations.
High school cadets, county commis
sioners, city oouncllmen, members of the
Board of Kducatlon and other civic
organisations will take part in the exer
cises of the dsy.
Following are the committees on ar
Speakers-C. W. Allen. W. H. Green.
John U. Loos.
rk'hoots F. W. Simpson. Perry Miller,
John U. Loos. A. N. Toat.
Invitation Joseph Malllson, Jonatnan
Edwards. W. II. Green.
Ground" and Decorations Perry Miller.
C. M. llaruster, K. W. Johnson, It. 8.
Finance Jonathan Edward. W. H.
Grn. J. W. Vance.
Muslc-J. W. Vam-e. O. It. Rathbun, W.
H. Green. K. W. Johnson.
Transportation Elijah Uunn. C. W. Al
len. Karl W. Nye.
Proa-rim O.- R. Rsthbun. Joseoh Mal
llson, JKItjah Dunn, John G. Ixhjs.
FURTHER TROUBLE BREAKS
OUT AT COUNTY HOSPITAL
Resignation of Frank McGuckln, night
engineer at the county hospital, la the
latest development of the strife at the
hospital. McGuckln had nothing to say
except that things were not going to suit
him at the hospital and he could not
work under unsatisfactory conditions.
The fight between Druggist Storkan
and Interne tiigglna at the hospital
served to further divide th hospital
employee Into two factions and each
side's opinion of the other Is expected to
be aired this afternoon, when the board
of county commissioners Investigates the
It has become known that one of the
causes of the battle was a dispute be
tween Btorkan and Hlgstns aa to the doc
tor' a right to enter the drug room. 8tor
kaa ordered the doctor to keep out. For
what ha considered good reasons the doe-
tor one night entered the room, but the
electric lamps had beea removed and cork
had beea Muffed In the socket so that
no lamp could be attached. Hlgglna
blames etorkan for this, but Btorkan de
nies responsibility for It and knowledge of
OMAHA LAND SHOW STANDS
WELL IN ANY COMPARISON
"Omaha has Los Angelea beat to a fraa
sla on the land ahow." said R. B. Wallace,
advertising manager of the Payne Invest
ment company, who haa recently re
turned from a trip to the coast
"I attended the land ahow in Los An
geles largely as a matter of curiosity and
for the sake of comparison, and am free
to say that it la no sense compared with
any of the shows which have been held in
this part of the country. However, the
attendance was good, as the people of the
coast crtle are great for entertainment
and willing ts liberally patronise exhibi
tions of this character. The city of Los
Angeles ia at present flooded with eastern
visitors, nearly l.s arriving la the c.ty
tbs day that I waa there."
Key to Us BltuaUoa-fiea A.dvarUJiie
We Oiler Men Most Advantages
in Buying Clothes for Easter,,,
That this "big clothes store" enjoys buying
advantages which are beyond the range of
smaller stores, stands as indisputably true as that a
steam shovel has advantages over a man with a spade.
Here are some of the advantages facts as undeniable
as 2 plus 2 make 4.
AUTHORITATIVE STYLES From the big tailoring
houses of whom we buy clothes emanate the styles for Amer
ican men. These makers originate and their styles are
copied by makers who lack creative ability. But a copy
is always wanting in the quality that makes the original a
masterpiece. That's why styles you see elsewhere lack the
masterpiece touch you sec in our clothes.
LARGEST VARIETIES An acre is larger than a city
lot no normal person will presume to dispute it. So our
acre-like men's clothes floor compares to others. Have you
seen all the styles in all the blues all the styles in all the
browns all the styles in all the grays all the styles in all
the popular weaves and colors all the models from all the
loading makers! ' Then come to this store.
LOWEST PRICES Every man every woman who
buys supplies or merchandise of any kind knows buying
in larger quantities gets lower prices. The makers we buy
from get lowest prices from the mills becauso they buy in
largest quantities. Tho low prices of these makers arc
lowered to us because we buy from them in largest quanti
ties. Largest purchases lower prices it's a fundamental
business law that cannot be disputed.
MEDICAL SCHOOL TO OMAHA
Dean Wolcott Makei Arranpementi
with University of Omaha. .
TWC YEAES IN UBEBAL ARTS
After Year JIH atnde.t Msy D
All Work for Medlesl and Scl
entlfle Degrees la City
A. a result of his visit to Omaha R.
H. Wolcott. dean of the Medical college
of the University of Nebraska, haa com
pleted arrangementa with the Univer
ally of Omaha ao that when the new
medical school brings the regular four
year course here In 1914 It will be poa
alble for a student to do all of hia col
lege work In Omaha. The state unlver
vlty gives no degrees of M. D.. except
the spplicant take a six-year medical
course. Of this work four years Is done
In the school of medicine and the otlwr
two years must be taken In the College
of Liberal Arts.
According to the new srrangement. It
will be poselble, after this year for a stu
dent to supplement the work that Is ordi
narily taken at Lincoln by taking a
course that has been Introduced at tho
University of Omaha. The work ofrerea
bere will be the same as that given In
the arts course, and la clasalfled under
the department of medicine.
The collegiate work which la requirea
for entrance into the medical school
consists of sixty credits, thirty-two of
which muat be science and the remaining
twenty-eight are electlvea. The Omaha
Insltutlon Is at the present time giving
the required science, general and ad
vanced, analytical and organic chemis
try, general and advanced physlce, hot
any and soology. Prof. F. H. Currens
of the chemistry department of the local
school saya that next year all of the re
quired coursea will be added to make the
work equivalent In every way to that
given at Lincoln. The subjects which
will be added nre vertebrate anatomy,
human physiology, advanced botany and
aoology, general bacteriology, volumetric
ad gravimetric chemistry and analyses
of foods, water and milk.
Dean 'Wolcott. In speaking of the
scheme, ssld that they are in hopes of
drawing up a close relationship between
the University of Nebraska and the Uni
versity of Omaha, and that the courses
at the Omaha school will be taken In
Ilea of the regular work at Nebraska
and that at the end of the six years
anyone who has taken two years at
Omaha and the other four In the medi
cal school will be given the degrees of
bachelor of science and doctor of medi
cine at the same time.
The directors of the local Institution
expect that because of the splendid op
portunities which will be given for clinic
and hospital visitation and because of
tbs advantages of listening to lectures
at the medical school that a number of
students will be attracted here. The
same arrangement will also be made
with the faculty of the Crclghton Medi
In canvassing the work. Dean Wolcott
visited classes. Inspected laboratories
and conferred with Dr. D. E. Jenkins,
president of the University of Omaha,
and K. H. Currens, professor of chemis
try. Following out the plan of adding more
science to the curriculum. Dr. Jenkins
announced that next year a four-year
coarse in domestic science will be given.
This will enable those graduating from
thla department to secure certificates U
teach aocacatlc scJenos in Nebraska.
stores by 20
Two Killed in Fight
in Railroad Shops
HOMINGTON, Kan,, April (.-Two men
wera killed and three others were In
jured, one probably fatally, at the Mis
souri I'aciflo railroad shops here tonight
when "Bud" Smith, a discharged negro
employe, engaged In a revolver battle
with shop employes. Mortally wounded,
Smith waa rescued by officers from a
orowd Intent upon lynching nim.
The dead are Smith and Charlea Lovln,
a watchman. C. W. Layman, a time
keeper, will die from wounda.
Kmlth was discharged yesterday. To
night he apiwared at the shops snd an
nounced he waa "going to kill some
body." Wstchmsn 1ovln warned him to
remain away from the shops. For reply
Smith shot the watchman and wounded
Layman, who waa standing nearby.
Shop employes, attracted by tha shots.
rushed to the aid of their fellow work
men. Smith waa ahot aeveral tlmea and
fell mortally wounded. Despite Ms con
dition, leaders of a crowd that gathered
helped him to his feet and amid cries
of "Lynch him!" were hurrying him
away when officers arrived and, assur
ing the croad the negro would be given
a apeedy trial If he recovered, took him
In charge. Smith died a few mlqutes
Will Meet Monday
Republicans will nolo, a trig rally at
tha Boyd theater Monday evening to
which prominent republlcane from over
tha state will come. The meeting will be
held In the Interest of President Tail's
POLICE TAKE FARRINGT0N
AS SUSPECT IN HOLDUPS
In the arrest early this morning of
Pearl Farrington. who claims Bancroft.
Neb., as hia home, tha police think they
have In custody one of the three men
who held up three persona late Wednes
The description furnished by H. H.
Haaker. Curtis Benkley and E. W. W hit
taker fit Farrington. especially so with
his hat coat and ahiny revolver found
upon hia person. Officers Rlnn and
Mansfield arrested htm at Fifteenth and
Farrington saya he came to Omaha with
a stock train and was en route to the
Webster street station to take a train
home when stopped by the officers. He
denies being Implicated In the holdups.
Farrington will probably be released
from custody this afternoon, as two of
lbs men robbed failed to Identify him
aa one of the trio who held them up.
BRITISH SHIP INDIAN EMPIRE
IS WRECKED OFF CAPE HORN
PUNTA ARENAS, Chill. April a.-Tbe
British bark Indian Empire, which sailed
. r--,Atr walM. on December 4 for
iruu .-. -
MeJUIones, haa been wrecked oft Caps
Horn, according to a report received here
today. The government haa ordered a
warship to go to Its assistance. The In
dian Kmpire la a etc-l ship of !. tons.
Severe Cold? Co To Your Doctor
You could not please us better than to ask your doctor about
AVer's Cherry Pectoral for coughs, colds, croup, bronchitis.
Thousands of families always keep it in the house. The approval
of their physician and the experience of many years have given
them great confidence hi this cough medicine. k2.n"V"
May We Introduce To You
Our "Rutland" $3.00 Hat?
We want you to know the good looks
and fine quality that are combined in this
popular hat. "We want yon to see your
self in our new Deme Hat mirrors; to seo
first how stylish the bhape, then how
"springy" the shade and how becoming
to you is onr "Rutland" hat.
Shown in silky Knapp felts, ia tha
ruff woolly stuffs or in stiff styles as yon
prefer. We defy you to find its equal at
If yon fancy a smaller price, well
suit you in our
You know as well as we the quality of
"STETSON" HATS, $3.50 and Up.
For Easter, $1.50 to S3.50
Our Easter shipment of "Manhat
tan" shirts comes just in the nick of time
for our Spring showing was about ex
hausted. Most of these were mado espec
ially for us so they're not shown in other
stores. Pick from madras, highly mer
cerized materials, percales
$1.50 to $3.50
Buy Easter lleckwear Here
25c and 50c Oar Specialties
We specialize on 25o and 50o neck
wearif you want to see what neckwear
selling looks like, drop in our Btore Sat
urday we will also show yon neckwear
that you 11 marvel at prices 25c and 50c.
WOODMEN SEE HEAD CONSUL
Officers of ITebraika lniurgentf
Hold Meeting- at Lincoln.
DEMAND CALL OF EEAS CAMP
Take steps ts lie Prepare for Legal
Frseedare abonld New High
Hatee Be riared ia
The officers of the Nebraska insurgent
Woodmen association at a meeting In
Lincoln yesterday adopted resolutions
protesting against the advance In Insur
ance rates which the society recently or
dered. Demanda made upon tha head
officers were presented to Head Consul A.
It Talbot. They asked that the question
of an Increase be submitted to a vote
of the entire membership of tha order
and that Mr. Talbot call a special and
newly-elected head camp to reconsider the
rate enactment. An answer to theee
demanda la requested not later than
Prof. Nathan Bernstein returned to
Omaha last night declaring that there
were evidences that tha propaganda was
receiving wide distribution. Tha execu
tive committee called upon Head Consul
Talbot who received them cordially, but
was inclined to think that tha present
agitation would cease with a fuller under
SAYE THE CHILDREN
The Take Oiomaleioa as
Readily as it it VYers
It would be bad enough If ths germs
of tuberculosis got Into ths children's
LUNGS only. But it geta Into their
BONKS, too, causing diseases that maka
pitiful little cripples.
Tbs success of Osomulslon in making
puny children ruddy and stocky and
strong: In checking any tendency that
night result In disease of hip or spins.
Is known to Joyful mothers the country
All children, including babies In arms.
ho are beneath ths average for their
tgea. in siaa, weight and activity, ought
to have Osomulslon.
It Is pleasant to the taste as fresh
Tbs Norway Gold Medal Col Liver
Oil in it makes fleah and blood and tbs
bypophosphltes of Urns and soda maka
solid, healthy bona
Sample Bottle Free by Mail
That those who are seeking health
and strength for themselves, children,
relatives or frienda may experience tho
life-giving properties of this exclusive
Norway gold medal osonlxesl cod liver
oil medicinal food emulsion as well aa
to know Osomulsioa superiority la being
most palatabla and oaay to take) a
generous s-og. bottle will be sent by
mail to those who send addresses br
postcard or letter to Oxomulalon, MS
Pearl St. N. T.
standing sf the meaning of the new rate
The committee Instructed the law com
mittee to get In touch with counsel ts ad
vise as to ths methods to be employed
In case legal action waa ruraessary to nop
the enforcement of ths new rates.
Those at ths meeting ware: Dr. A. V.
BergtoL Haatlrurs: c. a.
Friend: F. A. Anderson. HnMran- n w
Phillips, Columbus: J. W. Thompson,
ooum uena; vr. B. E. Cone, Oxford; P.
T. Devol. Omaha: M. o. rrr n.-
Center; Nathan Bernstein, Omaha.
Ths key to success In business Is ths
persistent and Judicious use of newspaper
Ailments of Men
oooBiarvur tbus t
Undoubtedly ths following pre
scription will work wonders for
that great class of man who,
through dissipation of their nat
ural strength, find tnemaelvea In
their "second childhood" long be
fore the three ax-ore and ten al
lotted to ilfe'a pleasures and en
joyments are reached.
It la preeun.d to be Infallible,
and highly effliiei-.t In qslckiy
restoring in "nervous exhaus
tion," weak vitality, melancholia
and the functions
First get fifty cents worth of
compound fluid ha linn art in a '
one-ounce package, and three
ounces ayrup earaaparllla con
pound; take Lome, mix and let
stand two h:ure, then get one
ounce compound eesenrs rard?ol
and ons ounce tincture cadomena
compound tnot carlarnom. Mix
all In a elx or eight ounce bottis,
shake well, ail take one tea
spoonful alte- own meal and ons
when retiring, followed by a
drink of water. -
By mixing It at heme no msn
need be ths wiser aa to aee!ver's
ahort?omlr.ga snd axpenalvs feet
Lack of poise snd eoolllbriurp
In men Is a eunetart source of
en.feerreeement even when ths
public least arape-.u ' For tha
benefit of those who want a re
storation to full bounding
health, and all the iuipDlnsss ac
companying it, ?n& above heme
treatment Is aivea. It contains
no opiates or hsbt-ferm'.ng
drugs whatever. Mix it at homo
and no one will bo ths water aa
ts your affliction.
Ths above preoriipttoa la manu
factured by tho well known phar
maceutical bouse. PresaiiprJesi
Products Co, Dayton. Ohio.
Securities, Jewels, leeda. VorV
gages, Will, Insurance PoMcleg
and Inventory ef Household at.
fecta before going away em
even a abort trip.
Place them In a Safe Deposit
Box of oar Steel Vaults, oat of
reach of Fire or Burglars.
Safe Deposit Boxes rent from
fS.0 upwards yearly.
Omaha Safe Deposit Co.
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