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THE OMAHA KtM)AY BEE: OCTOBER C, 1913.
Fall Building and Furnishing Suggestions for the Home
Omaha Man Builds Bungalow in the Isle of Pines
1 J. -X
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safe ns a government bond strong financial backing
assures you of this.
Omaha's best people are storing their goods with
ns. Why not youf If you aro tired of housekeeping
or wish to economize this winter and "double up"
witji a near relative or friend for four or five months,
place your goods in storage and muke a big saving.
Get the Fidelity to move you or pack your goods
best of service moderate rates.
PHONE DOUGLAS 1516.
and our representative will call.
9. Iff AA 16th and
i lUGiiiy tMuia&c g weazs $u, jackcon
Your office location
should be a
A'few of the best located offices
in Omaha now at your disposal.
Heat, Water and Light, Free
New Sanitary Plumbing
M BEE BUILDING CO.
17th and Farnam Room 103
W. L, Coakley, formerly of Omuha, but
now llvlnc In tho Itlo of Plnos, south of
Cuba, writes that tho temperature there
s never over 00 degress and never under
Tho bungalows, which aro built along
American Ideas, aro used solrly for pro
tection from rain and sun. There U no
celling and the partitions between the
rooms do not run all tho way up to the
ALL FIRST SIZE
For Best Effects Plant
Named Varieties Only.
BULBS THAT GROW.
Phone Douglas 1201.
1613 Howard St.
I BEBD ROBS
I 119 X. 10th t, I
will form Uio saving habit
and when this habit li formed
i tho road to safety, security and
tho road of safety, security mid
successful, HUbstnntlal lnsUtti.
tlon whose only business Is tho
b u 1 1 d 1 and financing of
Let un put your money to
I work in Homo Ilulklers' prefer
red snares at 91.0a cacii-ono or
more at a time, with interest at
Homo Builders .don't speculate
! we aro safe. Call and lnvctl-
gute our plan start to save
Bee Home llullders' Plan
Book before you hulld. We aro
experts In Home Hulldlng.
American Seourlty Co.,
Flscil Agents for
i Bouglas and 17th Sis., Omaha
Write to us or call.
I SAFE INVESTMENTS y
Our experience in the
handling of estates en
ables us to perform every
duty promptly and In tho
moat efficient manner. Ap
point the PotorB Trust
Company as your Execu
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Administrator, or Guardian.
1622 FARNAM STREET
0RKINS TO REARRANGE
DEPARTMENTS OF STORE
roof. Tho windows are of fine copper
screening, with no glass. This Insures a
freo circulation of air at all times.
All tho fruit Is easy to digest and. the
water Is noted for Its purity, being bot
tled and shipped to Havana.
Tho street on the little Island aro simi
lar to thoso of tho United States and
everything Is American. The principal
product Is cttrug fruit and pineapples.
Vegotables of all kinds grow well, espe
cially In the winter.
Mr. Coakley while In Omaha was
tr;ub!ed with Indigestion and general poor
health. But he advises all Omahans who
ore not In tho best of health to discard
their troubles and movo to the Isle of
Pines, where all Is sunshine, beauty and
as President of the
Creighton Glee Club
Harry Burkley. a rraduata of h
Creighton arts collece and ono of th
prominent Omaha, business men, has
oeen cnosen president of tho Creighton
University Glee club for the third suc
cessive year. Durlnsr the last two v,n
the club has risen rapidly In favor of
umnna music lovers, and another suc
cessful year Is predicted under Mr.
Burkley's leadership. Those who were
chosen as vlco presidents and will act
with Mr. Burkley as a board ot governors
are me roiiowine: Dean A. Hueh Hln.
pie of tho dental college; Dr. I D. Bush
man, a graduate of the arts and medical
colleges; Thomas J. McShHn o.,,i
Thomas F. Swift, both graduates of the
arts couege. Frank Murphy, medicine.
15, has been selected as student vice
president. Max Block la librarian.
Clement Martin, medicine, ,'10, will act
as student manager of tho ciub.
Arrangements h AVA ltAn rnmhtiklsil tV
w - -vaa VUIII'IVI14 U
a Joint concert by tho glee club anil the
i nomas uox symphony orchestra of this
cuy. ai win take place in the university
auditorium, Twenty-fifth and California
streets, early In, December and will bo
Informal. A feature of this program will
be an ensemble number by tho two or.
At a meetlnir of the board of
this week pluns will be made for tho
annual formal concert In one of the local
theaters. At this meeting soloists for
both formal and Informal concerts will
be selected. A feature of the formal nr.
fairs each year has .been a soloist brought
here from another City.
Raphael and Charles TIamlH
managers of the glee club, are now tour
Already fifty students have nlnr1 h
club and ore hard at work In preparation
for the Informal concert.
A Vlner In h Stnma.li.
Is dyspepsia, complicated with liver and
Kidney troubles KlectrJc Bitters help all
such cases or no pay. Try thein. 60c. For
sale by your druggist-Advertisement.
The Persistent and Jnnipinu. tt..
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
School to the Front
The Creighton law Bchool Is said to
becoming one of tho best known law
schools In the country. This Is in a
great measure due to the efforts of Paul
L. Martin, dean of that department of
Creighton. Mr. Martin, although a young
man, 1ms attained the degrees of A. B.
and A. M. from the Creighton Arts col
lege, and In 1005 graduated from the law
department of Harvard university.
Since taking charge at Creighton, Mr.
Martin has seen the enrollment In the
law department Increase with rapid
strides. During his regime, the night
school branch of the law school has be
come an Important part of the school,
and at preseht many of Omaha's busi
ness men are attending the night classes.
In a rntlcle published in the last l&suu
of tho Creighton Courier Mr. Martin
praises the young man who has ambition
enough to enter the night law course,
and takes Issue with those who find
fault with the night school.
Infirmary U Crowded.
The Infirmary at the Creighton Dental
college Is crowded dally with patients de
siring the service of the expert In
structors, or thoso of the. students under
faculty direction. Realizing that much
troublo With adult teeth of todHv la du
to neglect of children's teeth, special at
tention Is being given to tho teeth of
school children of Omaha. In addition
to the treatment of teeth In the diseased
condition, tho two Creighton publications,
the Courier and Chronicle, are bringing
before their readers the dangers or
neglect to children's teeth.
Creluhton University Notes.
.Pr- -i!ai'ry '.Fark- mt dlclne '12. and
Miss Gladys Cold, were married recently
at Grand Rapids. Mich.
Dr. Glen E. Peters, medicine 'II. was
recently married to Miss Agatha Bruner
of Randolph, Neb. They will reside at
Uloomfleld, Neb., where the doctor Is
engaged In tho practice of medicine.
The senior class of the Arts college has
elected tho following officers: President,
Lawrence Bushman: vice president,
Carlisle Lent; secretary, Earl Connollv;
treasurer, Paul Burke.
Tho supply storo for the benefit of stu
dcnls, established In the Arts college last
scar has proven such a success that
branch stores will bo established In all
departments. Jewelry cises have nlready
been Installed In the pharmacy depart
ment, and will be placed In the law,
rtontnl nnd medical In the near future.
Patrick J. Scott, arts '00, has returned
to Twin-Falls. Idaho, after a visit with
friends in this city, and is attending to
business Interest ot nimseii snu ureui.
Dr. J. M. Scott, medlclen '03, of Butte,
Alia irrwmittn w. . V. "
ment has elected the following officers
for the year: President. Maurice B.
Griffin; vlco president. Francis A. Bar
rett: secretary. James P. Gaffney: treas
urer, John C. Sprecher.
A recent letter received from I'ranl:
Devlin, former aimeua aireciur i cis"
unlversitv. and now a member of th"
faculty at Marauette university Mil
waukee, states that he la woll Pleased
with his new work, although he still
thinks highly of Omaha.
Charles and, Raphael Hamilton, two
Omaha boys who graduated laat year
from Creighton university, arts depart
ment, write that they are enjoying their
trip through Europe. When last heard
from they wero In Copenhagen, and ex
pected soon to go through Germany,
where they Intended to call upon Julius
Festner, Creighton arts '12, now Ameri
can vice consul at Barmen. 'Che Hamil
ton boys report that tho Jesuits have a
flourishing college at Copenhagen with
an attendance of over 300 students, a
well as a grammar school with 160 pupils.
A Lnnnilry Problem.
' Here Is a little problem In the popular
course "What Becomes of the Money?"
A small bundle ot linen is sent to the
lnundry. The bill Is 30 cents But In do
ing the work the laundry loses a house
cap worth 60 cents. The laundry willingly
odjusts matters and gives Its patron 50
rents for the lost cap. The patron, In
turn, gives 30 cents hack to the laundry
for the work done. In reckoning the re
sult this was apparently the case. The
owner of the linen minus the missing
cap had SO cents to show for the lost
article. But the cap was worth SO cents.
Therefore the patron's loss would appear
to be 30 cents. It apparently was no bet
ter ,wlth the laundry. The laundry re
ceived the 30 cents justly due It for work.
But It felt Impelled to make good the loss
of the cap to the customer, which meant
tl.e taking of 60 cents from the laundry's
profits. Now, If tho laundry thus lost 70
cents and the customer lost 30 cents, who
got that money? Perhaps some expert
on the high cost of living can figure It
out. Indianapolis News.
"My wife. Is one of the moat wonderful
women In the world."
"It's fine to have that Idea."
"Do you know what she did? We were
expecting company tho other evening and
she ordered several bricks of Ice cream.
Three or four of the people who were to
have been with us couldn't come, and one
of the bricks was left. The next morning
she took It back and the Ice cream man
returned her money. Where Is there a
man who could do a thing like that?"
"I don't know, but I'll tell you some
thing, your wlfo Is young and beautiful,
"No. Look out for that Ice cream man."
Winner of Prize for Best Decoratee Window
Orkm Bros, are planning a complete re
arrangement of the Interior of their store,
tntofar us the location ot the various
departments are concerned. Expert arch- (
ltects have been employod and they are
now figuring out the most convenient j
system to be adopted In making every :
section of the store handy for customers.
To accomplish .this rearrangement to I
the beet advantage they have secured
Tausrtg & Flosch of Chicago, archi
tects and designers of modern store
equipments, in connection wllh Georsc
a Prln of this city.
Taussig & Fletoh will design and plan
the general schemo of arrangement, while
IKc Prln will have supervision and be
architect In charge. Mr. Taussig was
Nero during the last week and, with Mr.
Prlns. went over the "tore very carefully,
studying every possible advantage that
I could be accomplished.
Drawn For The Beo
The boat nowspaper artists of the
countiy contributo their bed
work for Bee readers.
Genrala ot llnlr.
Hair Is of two kinds: Imported and do
mestic. Most ladles of today have both
Hair Is usually acquired at some period
during life. It Is taken on gradually and
wnn gentlemen usuauv persists uniu tne
age when they have to stay away from
home nights to get much needed recrea
tion. According to the celeitlal system ot
accounting every hair is propsrly num
bered. Therefore. If you have mined any
hair, hand In your name and address
at the celestial hair department, where
each hair has been audited and entered
tn ths card Index system. life.
Investigate your power Problems.
The difference between the horse
power that can be produced by the
coal you buy and the horsepower
you use on your machine is enor
mous. The loss in friction alone
will amount to 30 to 40 .
Central Station Power
Will Cut Your Cost
When you use Central Station
Power, you pay only for one power
actually used by your machinery there is no
waste. You avoid tho problems of fuel pur
chase and storage, ash disposal, interest,
taxes, depreciation, the ever-present danger
of breakdown, and all tho other expensive vex
ations attendant upon private power plant
Wo will bo glad to toll you what
It will cost to operate your mach
ines with Central Station Power.
Reduced power ruto
in effect October 1st.
Omaha "Electric Light
& Power Coo
104 South 1 6th Street. Phone Doug. 41 63
AK-SAR-BEN IS OVER
Now to Fix Up the Home
A little varnish, a little enamel, or a little paint, pro
vided it is of tho best quality, go a long way toward mak
ing the house "homelike" again.
We sell only the best varnishes, paints, brushes, etc.
BARKER BROS. PAINT CO.
16C9V Farnam Street.
nrtANDKIS 8TOIIES WINDOW WHICH WON THE PWZB OFFERED BY AlCSAU-REN FOR BEST WINDOW.
HYDRAULIC-PRESS BRICK CO.
rO 4S Y33ASI& TKB X.SASEB.
New York City
E. J. toss
PHONE DOUCLA6 353
Cold, Dust and Soot
Turners Metal Strips for door n.i
2AnV '2rTue,pay for -"InVh'i
stlck.P0"lb'0 fr w,ndoWa to rattle or
Last forever. In.Ttun.1... v-.i.
anty. ru guar-
F. H. Turney & Co.
B03 War Block.
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