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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, APRTL 2, 1913.
To the People of Omabid Nt kaska
.You. all recognize the iieect for the providing of a , i
Hpermanent means for .the upbuiMing of ;0maha; possibly
you cannot afford to give any more in tjlei shape of cfcarilyS I
There are thousands of Omaha people who actually need new homes to
day where there were hundreds several weeks ago.
The Bankers Realty Investment Comnahv. which is com"
posed of hundreds of thrifty men and women, is already estab-
"v wwx ..ovu uviuou; yi ajDj'iijwwciiv. : . usucu mane wmana Duiiaing neia ana oeiore tne storm had
public to provide temporary relief for those who were affected by the disaster p 1', .. wHatWight fheri nave been considered" iare amount of working
of March 23d but a permanent provision must be made to enable these peo- i . . : vcapitalibut vvhich is now nbt near equal lo iheheavy 'demand that
pie to replace their losses this fact is becoming more apparent with each ; ' will bfe jn'ade for ikservices in the rebuilding Vof many, homes
succeeding day. xjgfo G6mpanbuilds high quality homesW selh
Every man has given freely even though many were barely able to do it.
Our method of affording permanent relief, we feel, will appeal to all because
this method means that your savings while working for the benefit of Omaha
will be providing an income for you.
the easiest possible plan of payments, so that i you can feel' that
an investment here will berdoing a servjce that is of ;a real and
permanent value to -our city and at theisame-'time will earn you
Every Omaha citizen realizes that Omaha's advantageous location makes the future growth of -this as der- ;.
tain as ever and we want you to co-operate ith us in our work of providing capital'to make 'thsf,gr6wtli; :
of a more substantial and beautiful nature than was possible before the storm. ; : . ., ; . V
We want you to investigate us thoroughly and in doing so you will be convinced that we are persuading you to con
sider a high grade business proposition that utill not only pmy you good dividends, but will give the kind of assistance,
that will be of permanent value to all Over 100, 000 shares of Bankers Realty Investment Company 's stock has beeji
purchased by Ommha and Nebraska people since January .1, 1913. Only 50,000 shares Wete set aside for sale -'at $1 10
per shmre so that the price will soon advance to $1.15 per share. , - . . '. :;
CALL, WRITE OR TELEPHONE, DOUOLAS 8318, ,V
R ankers Realty Investment pmpany flifte.
404 City National Bank ftldg.
South Omaha, Neb.
524 :South 24th St.
W 1,11. f , V Jt
aiid a stefe of
We km lever ftlilm tki f
AD OJJB ; SEHDS BALANCE
,io Jtflicf Jvjkl.
bMM4p A. iAi 'Iter Me Maa Been
1 , 'ul WIllvlMtWni' t.
mtL at m Jab
h Omaira Ad"citib' 'TUeiday lltorally
MwwKi sttt lm.,ttkm&ry 'na aVe ttrf
itr ratlfyjnf the feeo aopaUon mada
yjwiwbeni ff; the oxeout'lveacomnUttee
--;to tti rsl4tf"f5nJ" tlio'-flay fallowing the
tprm .ncV jnaVlntr' an additional gift of
39 tftR$ fawldwt, ROber.t Itanlny.
nnpun(6," '"WS Will wep out the
K'AUlta andti if wo can find any more to
SltgKMtlfi'io the" school children that
tbey give tjieJjr-se money lnthi"JCnow
;oMlt eW'VBMte.j,' to'fhe relief fuaci,
that they had uriantmoualy v6td to dl.
veH "flfwerftS "i3. Tlffr Ad club will
give to 1h wlnnere medal, which rlsntfy
that t)4iay. worked hard on eMayc
and$$i ' thTr ,r.Nvard -ever to the
wMmmtt, . nvunty for these medal
wli;VikU. Jae.lB the club'a
7Wjf watloaac- us! mok .of Jthe tlma of
aWUaa; kM4..a.tke irio thartei A'.
olliY IX,,. nA.L- tr.;o-.t... '-j
to eMeaco. th, hH'vtwCi'blown
WnV'aut of a .' i . i ''?,
ijea eame to Oniiss 3--8Ut 1 1?U.
a'Jvwrtne mwiayer'of thi-UnKrUy, of
Opia ,jre nut thpwMty'-wt-U-c
and will leave It with endowment
aubscripUanaf wbtoh will nr tmtll Bl
jejfW, Hit Itln contract with t uni
versity had alxteen month yet to ruri,
Jjuf Wcause wort -of Hcinff funds for
Vt" relief of Jorniao" victim will tae
Sat rawk 6v?r wSHcltlag. endowment for
9 university ATden tendered Ms''rcal
nation wlUi the statement" that he "would
not aocep,t salary when K waa lanposelble
to deliver, tho goods."
TltsoluMoM of res-rat at hta leaving and
'4f aWreMton for his leadership In clvla
Mh vjMf m Ad clvib work -were pasted 'by
(the. club, 1 , ,
Sees Banner Tear
lor State Farmers
During the latter part of March, W, W,
Johnson, assistant generaj freight agent
of, the, Burlington, sent letters to all of
the company .agents In Nebraska and
Kansas, oiklrig them' to report On the
condition, of the soli and the prospects
forithe win ten-wheat rop, r
Jteplloo to the letters sent by Mr,
Johnson are coming In and all of them
are most ootlmUtlo. -Everywhere tho
aKeiHa report th ground In perfect 'con-
dltlon, with an abundance of moisture.
There Is nothing to Indicate that tho
wheat In any locality was damaged by
the, weather of last winter.
In speaking of the attuttlan Mr, John
.aon.. aald: "During any. thirty, or mora
years' residence In Nebraska there never
has been a. spring when prospects looked
so bright for a whesii crop as bow. Tao'
acreage Is unusually large and the flAlda
begin to take on a bright green oolor.
Everywhere the farmersvare busy. They
havo not commenced jrfewluc; for corn,
but alt of them thnrugh this state 'M
'Kansas are right an the midst of aowtsj
Ofte ad, barley 'and It loejfs. aa tkragh
.teraa. ot cultivated land trowd he
. lar(fec;tari err b'oV. , iyv
Ip any Tooalltles' laners'hv oom
uidnceyi preaKw infjr uncuiiyaied Jna,
WllV m will iXfXti n
pant to sod corn.' iVlth pteaerit prttt
i,?j'. Nrv aar for tWe western
A HreaR, for MVry'
from stomach, liver and Mildney trouble
J made when box of Dr. King's,!
" e nus is ppugni. viy surfer?
Tor sale hy' Beaton. Drur Co.Advertlce.
In the Wake of the Tornado
ILUXURIES2 XEOR .SUFFERERS
XMf malste JtebatlA A. Mathews,
employed as gauger In the Internal rev
enue office at Omaha, has given 16 to
the Ralstea relief fund, which will be
used to rebuild the manufacturing
Otffac Yakeca to Mt Xeaeftt agar
Makers' union No. 93 of Omaha will glvd
a masquerade ball at Frenter hall, Twen-ty-fourth
and Parker btreets, Saturday
evening foe the benefit of the tornado
Xlgh Se&aal awBlaa rostpoaed A
reunion of the teo '11 class of the Omaha
High aohool to have been held at the
University ,ot Omaha April 10 has been
Indefinitely postponed on account of the
Colored SswUsm Xea to Jteet A
meeting of the colored business men will
be held in the offices of tr. W W.
Peebles, Thirteenth and Farnam streets,
this evening at 8 o'clock to perfect
plans fer the relief of the tornado -suf.
BMmsm slaaasal Mtm H President
Marfchasn e tht iwhoh uenirai bh seni
a check for 96,990, that road's contrlbu
tlJm ta IK bfaah tarnado relief fund.
The check came to General Afcent Web
ster aa4 waa at o&ce turned over to the
BMl-S'Htta te aHv Jleatt William
Mok;inley lodge No. Kl of tho Indepentf
nt. DrcUr of B'ntl B'rlth. together with
the. ladles' auxiliary, will give a uooefit
hall neat Sunday averring at ' Chambers'
acaAcmy. Tweaty-'flfth and farnam
streets, for the tornado sufferers.
IkSMMH Hmw Xe(i Bjlrft A
camp of Japancsa located just a little
mfn from th- sacking house district In
South Omaha cojleoted .a total of 1C6.75
frojn the membr" hrlnglne h ouit
tc The Bee to be "artdsd to the tenoral
relief fund. R. Mori was-the leader wrio
suggested the Idea and later carried It
Xewpert (X, Z) Beids. , Aid Perry
House, Newport, has forwarded a letter
to Mayor Dahlman( throughTttS'manaEftr.
enclosing a check for tX for the relief
work. The house manager, who la per-
conolly acquainted with the mayor, .ex
pressed his , admiration ior the manner
In which the relief work had been han
dled. riorenoa to Qlve Beaefif-A benefit
entertainment will be given by, the citi
zens of Florence Saturday night at tho
Fontanelle hall. The program will btf
made up of ten vaudeville numbers given
by Maud Kimball & Co., together with
Dora Sass and other local ability. Tickets
for the performance are being sold from
house to house and the outlook. Is, a
packed house, '
Xefealiaug Illinois Central-. Trestle
The Illinois Central has begun he re
construction of the trestle over Ihn south
arm of Carter lake, blown away Iiy the
tornado. Four hundred, feet of trestle
was destroyed; and It la belns repiaort
by piling forty feet long being driven, on.
top of- which Is a framework of heavy
timber. Replacing the portion .of tho
trestle destroyed will cost $30,000.
maalsy aCakaa 8oo(S The net work
of live wires along North Twenty-fourth'
street on the Qunday night of the storm
did not deter Stanley Smith, an employe
of The Bee, from picking his war through
the tangled mass to the "Webster street
telephone office, where his hrlde-to-be
waa courageously working at the switch
board. Stanley la certainly "In good"
now and there Is not ' the least doubt
but that he la the only man in this whole
world for a certain little girl.
.Citizens of lirayo, Utttend Car-'
1 1 .
Not Only, Bandies of Sccond-llnnd
tleatot' JiCTT Goods, Are ,
Key to tha atuallon-rB Aarertlslnif.
Ft U F"IJ1 IE
I-hav a osrtila,cute fpt- rupture .with
et recrHpg to. a. palatal and unctrtam
aurglcal operation. I atu the only rP
Utabla pbyalciardn. thla lln of wors
who will take such cases for traatmeut
upon a guarantee to cure, -or make ro
.charge. Kou may deposit the money fa
sl .bank, in your own name, and when
yo ar aatlstled a cure haa bcn made
yOu then Instruct the bank td pay tlM
' saeney to me. By doing this you are
abaolutsly certain of a cure, or it will
joii nothing. It I was not perfectly
MM nt my work I, coukl pot do bust
mm In. this 'way very long, but laatead.
have been doing business so for 10 years,
and adopted thla plan because' so many
1u.ve t)eenswlodlfed fcy auacka and fak
re. Not ono of them will permit a pa
rent to, deposit his money until a cure
kM been nada.
When taking my treatment, patient
must com to my offlee once each week
twr fear weeks, and they v nearby
A rtW OF MY CURED PATIENTS
-liAi?tS?Pv,0J?f 'Neb.; W If NolU,'poatmatr. HolsUln, la.: Dan Murphy.
l-WvUTfi.75 iiPNiS ?t others could be adSid to this list, '
-" tm. m van mm jmm aa. amisaa. aH,a.
Will Decide Monday
on Rebuilding Church
A Wetting of representatives of the
Congregational churches of Omaha, Lin
coln and Fremont, Neb., and Council
Bluffs, is called for Monday, probably to
be held at the Toung Men's Christian
association rooms to determine whether
or. not the Plymouth Congregational
church, Twentieth and. Spencer Utreets.
and. destroyed by the tornado, will be
Contractors have looked over the ruins
of the church and havo decided that the
wreckage has no value, there being no
salvage left There are a good many
brick that are not broken, but It jt fig
ured that to clean them and set them
ready for laying in the wall would cost
about the sam aa to buy new ones.
There are some of the members of the
church Who favor borrowing money and
rebuilding, but the majority object tJ
saddling a debt of from 115,030 to
upon themselves and their posterity.
iThey consider It doubtful If the church
win do reouut.
CITIZENS MUST STOP
BURNING UP RUBBISH
Unless citisens refrain from starting
flrta In the devastated district Mayor!
Dahlman will Issue a proclamation c Ail
ing upon the people to desist and advis
ing tha authorities to enforce the' ordi
nance preMMUng tha buiMlng ef ftres J(itm"st
within the city limits In streets, on lawns
or in alleys. It Is planned to haul all
the rubbish to a designated place on
cleanup day and there burn It under the
dlrectlon'of the fire department.
Omaha Lawyers Are
Asked to Subscribe
to the Belief Fund
A call Is made by President Blackburn
to members of the Douglas county bar to
co-operate with the general relief com
mittee In securing funds for the benefit
of the tornado sufferers. Give this your
Immediate attention without further so
licitation by remitting your check to one
of the undersigned committee. Money Is
needed, time' Is -short relief Is necessary,
: , C. 8. EU3UTTEH,
E. a PAOti,
J. P. PALMfcR.
'fS i . Bar Committee.
tr , StralsUt at..lt L '.
There is no use of our ''beating around
the bush. We might as Welloui. wfih.
It first as last.' We -want you to try
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the next
time you have a. jcough or cold. There Is
no reason, so far as Me-jcan isee.rwhyi
. . (J a. - n. 1 ' .. '
JT ruuum nui ,uu ijo, , j. m, preparation;
uy us rvmaraaoie cures, naa gaiaea a
world-wild reputation, and people every
where speak of It In the highest terms of
praise. pir elo bf all druggtts.-Adver--
While cornmeal, flour, potatoes and
"bread -were 'the Immedlaienecessitiea-for
the tornado sufferers when the emer
gency was at the highest pitch, more
nttentlbn'is now being given to getting
for tho sufferers some of the Uttle things
which they could do without at first
. MllK is .now getting on the ground-for
the firpt time In an organised way. The
Omaha Ice & Cold Storage Co. is' supply
ing the ice free of charge arid the various
dairy companies are' supplying the milk.
Butter, too, Is coming In, while for tho
first few days little if any butter could
C. W, Preston, 3621 Dodge streeet has
offered to supply coal .oil to any in the
stricken district for thirty days free of
charge. They will "hive to jget this
through the, regular channels of the 're
lief committee, by serving a requisition
from the relief station manager of their
Armies are one of the luxuries that are
tin tho way to th' stricken" district "The j
A wire was received ihls'lriornlnK :from
Mayor C. W, Becker of Provo saying
that the' citizens ot, Provo could send a
carload of potatoes, apples, and onions.
The mayor asked whether they WQUld be
acceptable. The relief committee lost no'
,tme n. answering that, the car would be,
Mnch Clothlnsr Coming; In,
Not only old clothes and .second hand
but much clothing that Is practically
new Is coming in. Large quantities of
clothing were received this morning from
the ladles of Carroll, la. Aniong the lot
was any amount' of llk and satin goods,
much of it as good as new.
Furniture, too. Is now showing up
much better than It did the first few
days. A lot of it was delivered-at the
Auditorium this morning, and a dozen
calls came from all parts ot the city an
nouncing, that furniture could be had as '
soon ras the trucks would-call for'ifJ&&
Everything; In Order. ' Wt '.
Bverythlngat,the reilef stations is nW
piled in perfect order. Articles of food
have he'en abrted out and are bn separate
shelves., while clothing has alsoi been
spited out. tThe relief stations' liaye ria
apfiearaQce .of JTvery iisy IltttV- depart
mlnt sto'resiw'Jtb. every.trllng ln'jts proffer
deJiarJtme'nt,; ' f
Carpenters are more a'nd ' more in de
mand. The carpenters' union .and t'lje
Builders' exchange .are both looking fpr
carpenters to fill the -orders for repair
work. , .
m .. Free Legal Advice .
Both the legal aid committee an'dt-the,
restoration committee now maintain 'desks
in the -council chamber, the headquarters
goods are coming to tha reilef stations. 1 f the citizens' relief -committee. 'One
man is Kept in charge of each of these
desks all the time to give advice. The
legal aid desk appeared 'for the first
time this morning with Harry 'O. Palmer
In chance. Persons lnaulrlnc- about thn
Jlegul phases of the many complications
that will arise in regard to salvage and
the removing, of buildings from' Jots
where they do not ' belong, will be re
ferred to the various lawyers who have
offered legal advice free of charge.
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