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TI1K BEE: OMAHA, fcATTRDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1914.
EGGS AND BUTTER GO DOWN
Both Products Take Slide to lower
Market Valuation.
OTHER STAPLES ABOUT SAME
Oroccrlm nml VrRrtnblcs 'Kxperl
rnce No Xotlcrnlitr Ptnrfnntlon
.nml I.lkrlr to Hold Their
Mrn Until Spring.
While several thousand housewives and
oth- r Inhabitants of Omaha Interested In
tho high cost of living grinned with
glee, the price of butter and eggs took
another elide down the price chute. If
they continued to take thu toboggon trip
It took as If those two staple articles
will soon enter Into the field of popular
price.
Butter now sells retail for 90 cent,
and unices there Is a radical chango in
existing conditions It will be pelting for
13 cents within ten days or two weeks.
Kggs took n bit bigger Jump than butter.
The barnyard product is now selling nt
H rents a dozen, which Is G cents less than
the price a week ago. ICggs will also
crntlnuo to drop.
The open season Is responsible In a
large . way for tho reductions In price.
The storage men had secured largo ship
ments of butter and eggs prcparatpry to
an rra of high price, but the milder
weather has forced the price down and
tho vrbrage men have a large supply of
butter and eggs on hand at the present
tunc.' Tli Ik must be discharged as quickly.
as pb'ftlblc and even tight weather wilt
not ciuse the price to fluctuate upward.
The. foreign butter has been a, large
Influence In reducing the prlco of butter.
Thd shipments from Australia, Now Zea
land and Denmark arc arriving in this
country every day and commission flrtin
even ns far Inland as this city have re
ceived shipments. As a result the prlco
has .dropped.
All other articles remain about the same
In prii-o. Flour, sugar, coffee, meats,
fruits, vegetables, all are about tin
eamo and are expected to remain that
way. (
Al King, manager of Hoyden's grocery
department, predicts that prices will re
main about tho- name the remalndir of
tho winter, .except In -tho, cako of Witter
and eggs, which always fluctuate from
time, to time. He believes that both eggs
and butter will bo selling at 23 cents
within a relatively short time, but
whether they will stay at that acceptable
price Is a question which connol be an
swered at tho prosent.
Kugel Plans to Give
the Social Service
Board More Power
Enforcement of the law prohibiting
(Pitting on sidewalks and In public
places will be secured through the pas
sage of an ordinance augmenting the
powers of the social scrvlco board.
, 'Police Commissioner A. C Kugel, fol
lowing a conference with the board mem
bers, gave his sanction to such an ordi
nance and Chairman' T. F. SlAirgcss of
the board wilt Uraft It.
Tho social service board complains that
It Is unablo to enforce laws and has
complained particularly of the spitting
habit In theaters, nubile bullrings and on
Sidewalks. '
' An ordlnanco greatly Increasing thq
power of the unsalaried social service
board will bo submitted to the city com
mission for passage as' soon as It can be
d faffed.
Chairman Sturgess of- the board said!
vo need more power. Thus far we
have been able to accomplish very little,
our chief trouble, wo find, being In the
fart that wo do not have sufficient power
to compel o1edfnce."
Wind Twists Heavy
Gangway Around
As a result of the high wjnd the frame
gangway erected In front of the new
building of the Omaha Printing company.
Thirteenth and Farnam streets, was
iwlstnd around about 8:3) o'clock Friday
Morning, so that street cars were block
aded and passengers had to walk the rest
bf their way or else take1 different cars.
SVhen the heavy structure was wrested
from Its place It narrowly missed several
pcoplo who 'had their heads lowered on
account of the void. With tho aid of a
wrecking crew, the street was cleared
VI ml traffic was again resumed.
BIG STOCK LOSS . UNLIKELY
General Manager Holdrege Thinks
Storm Will Not Affect Ranchers.
WHEAT FIELDS ABE BENEFITED
Snorr Cnrrr Jotl Portion of West
ern rVcbrnmUn nml CiroiTliiic
ftrnln Is Ileitis; Pro-tecteit.
Clcntal Manager Holdregr of the Uur
llngton came Irijfrom the west this morn
ing ani states that the storm has been
general ail the way from Denver to
Omahn. with below zero temperatures nil
nlon? the line. Mr. Holdrege Is of the
opinion that tho snow will bo of great
enefU to the winter 'Avhcat and thai
when It melts tho moisture will leave
the ground In perfect condition.
"The fall of snow has not been heavy,"
said Mr Holdrege, "and considerable of
It has been blown away, but In the wheat
field the, grain reached a hcltfht of three
to four Inches lastr fall. It Is very thick
on the ground, and all .the snow that
blows In among the blades will remain
This means that every wheat field Is
covered with ft blanket of snow as deep
as the wheat Is high. H Is going to re
main there and when It melts every drop
of moisture will soils lata the ground."
lle!al've to some tall: that stock losses
on the range will bo considerable on ac
count of the storm and tho cold, Mr Hol
drege asserted that there Is nothing to
such ri'mors, adding:
Winter tins lleen 3IM1.
"Tho winter has been so mild that cat
tle, nd In fact all animals, both on the
rnngo and In the pastures and lots are
In tho .best of condition. They are well
prepared to stand bad weather In the
event It should contlnuo a long time.
Then, too, this year there Is plenty of
coarso feed, and up to this time little i
of It hna been used. Should the weather
continue cold and should the snow become
deep this feed will be given to the ani
mals, and there Is no possibility of their
going hungry. Handlers and stockmen
gencta'ly havo provided shelter, so that
during the bad weather the cattle and
other animals on the range and In tho i
big pastures are given practically the I
same care as those on the smaller farms '
In th- eastern part of tho state and over
In !.otta. My Judgment is that tt evn
bad roather should continue losses would
not t worth mentioning. There was
never a winter before when stockmen
were well prepared for caring for ani
mals as now."
General Manager WafTeYs pt the North
western says that no matter what the
weather may be there will be little Mock
loss b'ong the company lines In Nebraska.
South Dakota and Wyoming. He adds.
"All along our lines, tho cattle and
sheep men prepared for a hard winter.
Since tho experience of several winters
ago they" do this now every fall. Now
they rut up plenty of hay and conserve
their winter ranee. This having been
done, there Ib no possibility of tho losses
reachlr.g the minimum of most of tho
former winters." 1
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
Clg Returns.
Oreigliton Uni to
Observe Founders'
Day on Saturday
Cjrclghton university students .and tho
faculty will celebrate founder's day In
hohor of Edward and Count John A.
Crelghton, founder's of tho university.
A holiday has been declared and no
classes will bo held In any of the five de
partments. Clinic at the dental college
will remain open.
A special solemn high mats' will be
celebrated at 8t. John's church, Twenty
fifth and California street, at 0 ocloeu
In tho morning, Tho mass will bo at
tended by thu COO students of the arts
cpllego In a body. llev. James W, Mc
Carthy, pastor of St. Potcr'a church, will
act as celebrant 'of tha mass. Rev.
Bernard Slune, pastor of St Mary Mag
dalene, will act as deacon; Hov. John
Roach, tvlioplnln of St. James orphan
age, as sub-deacon, and Rev, James W
Stonson, pastor of St. Phllomenas, as
master-of-ccrcmonlcs. Rev, Francis It.
Cnssllly, members of tho Crelghton
faculty, will deliver the annual sermon
PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS
i Perslttem Advertising Is tho Road to
131a Returns.
Mrs J. F. Dale ond daughters, tho
Misses JIarttia nnd Dorothy, returned
Wednesday from Hartford, Conn., where
they went to spend .the holidays with
MrDaJe, who Is there on business.
HALF DAY SESSIONS ARE
HELD IN THE SCHOOLS
Owing to tho cold weather half day
sessions arp being held In. tho publlo
schools, tho majority of tho principal
dismissing at- noon, No trouble In heat
ing the buildings was experienced, but
the parents objected to their children
going through tho unusual cold.
Tho Attendance at the several public
schools was greatly decreased during the
forenoon.
AT
DrexePs
Saturday
2 School Shoe
Specials
$2, $2.50 Values
200 pairs misses' and
young women's school
shoes, lace only, left from
our clean-up sale. No
charges; no deliveries;
Saturday only
$1.00
$3, $3.50 Values
300 pairs misses' and
joung women's school
shoes, lace only, sizes 11
to 2 and 24 to 6. Left
from our sale, kid, patent
colt arid gunmetnl calf.
Saturday only, nc charges
or deliveries-
$1.45
These specials are for
Saturday only, and Intend
ed for those who wero
unable to attend our four
day clean-up sale.
exel
1 9 Farnam St.
GOAL BARGAINS
K.VCKLLO Lump Nearest to
Anthracite blue fcQCA
flnnicd lusting. . POOU
OIA'MPIO Lump Krk or Nut.
Our very best tfjj Eft
soft coal ipD.OU
Illinois 3b.UU
'COAIi HILIi Xut rfr- rA
Illinois pO.OU
Good soft con).
COMET Mtmp, ff
per ton tpOtUv
QOjlKTNiit f-ft
per ton J)tr.c
IOWA Mlno Hun, rf
per ton pfr.UU
Ask for Our Frco Coal Hod.
GOAL HILL COAL CO.
till So. 10th St. Dour. 078.
Plenty of natural ice-for snle if you plume or write quick.
CohsuriciV Ice Co., Sioux City, Iowa
Xirst come, first served.
Call us up on the phone for prices, Iowa 465, Autp
matic 1465.
Consumers' Ice Co.
Do Away With Furnace Work
Why put In hours of strenuous labor taking out ashes whon
It enn bo so easily eliminated by burning
PETROLEUM CARBON COKE
It will not cllnkor and It Is not necessary to even shake
down tho furnnco to get a good fire. Free from smoke, soot and
ashes. Will last as long as hard coal and costs less. Lot us tell
you moro nbottt it by phone or calling at our office.
Aifchison - Cook - Corneer
UNION FUEL COMPANY
1714 Farnam St. Phone Doug. 268
HOW MUCH HEAT WILL
YOUR MONEY BUY?
And how much Heat are you getting for your dollars?
Tills Is olio of (do vital questions that confront nil conl users, but there Is tills certainty that
your dollar don't buy full hent vnluo if you buy tho so-culled "cut price" coal, becnuso It stands,
to reason that "cut prlco" concerns, operating on limited wcalo cm mot, buy quality conl any cheaper
or oven ns cheap as an establishment of tho slzo of tho Central Coal & Coko Oo. They may claim .
to give j on the highest quality conl procurable, hut do they? This question is decided -when you
flguro up at tho cud of tho year nnd find what your heut has cost you. You are guaranteed of effi
cient, full nnd correct weights when wo sell you conl.
Bonanza Semi-Anth - $8.00
amine Book Springs $8,
Chorokoo, largt nut - - $5,00
Illinois, lump, egg, nut - $6,50
Solvay Soke $9,50
Uaval fAl KflQ and STOVK. ... $10.75
nilB WWII, CHESTNUT 911.00
CENTRAL ,E CO.
Phone Douglas 1221
405 So. 15th St.
OF OMAHA
DRUG AND TOILET ARTICLES YOU NEED
AT SAVINGS THAT WILL MAKE IT WORTH YOUR WHILE.
QUALITY. MKnCHANIHSE LOW PHICKS -GOOD SERVICE YOU CAN SEE FOR YOURSELF WHY
"THU RKXALL DRUG STORKS' ARK 80 DIFFKRKXT FROM THU OLD-FASHIONED DRUG STORKS.
Mr. Louise C.
TAJTSASB TOILET AXTI0Z.X8
AT MOXEY-VAYXHO STOCKS.
50c .Malvlna Cream for S9o
35c Amoln Cream for. . , , Ito
2to Jet Taluum fowder for....l4o
SSc I.aieU'H MnsRattaTuliuni for.. 130
4 kind, Colftate'a SSo Talcum at. . .ISO
50c l'ebrro Tooth lote. 89a
25c bottle Itoee Water and Glycerin
for , ...,14o
COc IllmVa Hone)' and Almond Crim
for 890
SSo DugKott and Hamsdell'a Cold
freatn for ino
55c DeMrrldor Cream for. ...... .Ho
SEc 1'ond'a VuntnliliiK Cream Ho
$1.00 1'lnaud'n Lilac or French Carna
tion Vegetal 49a
60c Idlllache l"uce Powder 39o
600 Carmen Ftoco Powder S9o
2lc Tetlow h Hwttnadown for 12o
St, 60 Oounuid'a Oriental Cream. ,880
!5o ParkerM Tnr Hoap ISO
tie 4711 Moan for 18o
ISq l.yona' Tooth Powder for.... Ho'
2&c Iuxattve Ilromo Quinine for. .ISc
SI SS flude's Pepto Maiigan for. . .79a
II 00 llyomel, complete, for Mo
6O0 Doan'H Kidney PitU 34o
60o Caldwell's Uyrup of Pepatn...89o
WE SUPPLY CAMERA
NEEDS.
Complete line of Cameras and
Supplies at lowest prices. t
RUBBER GOODS
Good ItiitU
Hyrluse. 89o
HouHehold
Itubber
Cllovea ..39c
Two-quart
Fountain
Hyrlnee, 49a
Nipples,
beat klnd.Oc
Atomlxers,
3 So to 81.33
Itubber Ice
110K8, 33a to
1UB.
2-qt. Water
linns ...490 1
Nearly 1.000 articles In tho Itubber
Good line.
XICSbXa.MOUg BKUQ STOKE
XTSM8.
10c can Concentrated Lye or Potiiah
fQr 80 1 per doxen ' 6O0
l-lb. Bllver Wilting for... So
1-lb. pure Kpsom Salt for So
l-lb. Pure Ulcarb. Soda for 80
1-lb. Klower'a Sulphur for So
l-lb. Pure aiycerlna for .....39c
l-lb. Copperas for. So
Quart bottle Anti-Germ Disinfectant
for 4oa
1'ull H-gallon Crude Carbolic Acid
for 45
the laboratories where
Allan, direct from
where "llurmonv"
Perfumes, Toilet Water. Hachet
Powders, Talcums and Cold Cream
are made will bo In Omaha for two
(2) weeks and will elve each day re
ceptions In our Drug Stores, showing
And oxplalnlng the merits of this ex
qulslto lino of Toilet Preparations,
which Include, among many more!
93 llulr Tonic at SOc, 91.00 and 83.00
Violet Dulco Cold Cream. 83o and BOO
Violet, Dulce and Vanishing Cremn
for ...SOC
Violet Dulco l'aco Powtlcr, 3 shaded.
per box SOo
Violet Dulce Dry Theatrical Houro.
per box lSe and 880
Violet Dulco Toilet Water. T80 and 81
Violet Dulce Complexion Powder,
cakes In mirror box 85a
Uouquet Jcanloe Concentrated Ex.
tract, per ounce 81.03
Uouquet Jeanlco Sachet, per ox..7So
Uouquet Jeanlco Toilet Water.. .81.00
Bouquet Jeanlco Talcum. Intensely
perfumed, of an exquisitely flno
quality, per box SOo
This line also Includes the highly
rierfumed line of Toilet Specialties,
ncludtng Toilet Waters. Complexion
owder and Sachets, under the well
known D'Artagan brand.
llexull Shampoo Paste,.., 88o
llexall Cream of Almond 25c
OMAHA'S LEADING PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORES
Sherman & McConnell's 4 Rexall Drug Stores
XIBXMAN VrCOHXBSt. OSVO CO . 16th and Dudr. 8ts
Z.OT1I. 7K&KKACY Zoval .otfl Dtock Hortb ititb Ot.
For Meats and Poultry We Are
Omaha's Leading Market in
Price and Quality
1,000 lbs. Pork Hoast pork shoul
ders . lljio
Tloast Uoef-J-pot roast .....18HO
I,enf 1-ard, 9 lbs. for . . ,81.00
Cal Hams Cuduhy's ...... 11 V4o
Hutterlne all best grades. .. .330
Try our German SausaRo, rrnnk
furter, Bockwursti etc
FRED BONNESS CO.
608 South 10th St. Phone D. 4073
Store No. 3
Tyler 1754
Carries
Most of
Omaha's'
Coal
Messages
We believe wo owe our popularity ns conl dcnl
crs, to "Zeiglor," the Bootless, clinkerless, nnd al
most smokeless conl. Phono(Tylor 1754 is contin
ually Inden with coal messages and most of them
nro"ZeiglerM messages. (If you've never tried out
"Zeigler" in a furnace you owe it to yourself to
start in this winter.) .
Other Coals from $3.50 a ton up
People's Coal Co.
210 So. 17th St. Brandeis Theatre Bldg.
is
r.OOO lbs. PIG PORK ROAST, ... . . 113-4
FRESH DRESSED SPRING CHICKENSper lb. 14 3-4
I ri n . It. A U Bl n
SPECIAL!
PUKE FOBX SAUSAGE, lb. . .lSr.
Bur fbr caili and save 10 to 20.
roll tine of Groceries and Meats.
SS&XVEKY ON BATURDAY.
W. R. BUTTS
Soufflas 0004. 19al rarnam St.
Whoo-HEE! Look
What's Hfcre! The Gut Price Grocer
34th aud Franklin ToL Web. 44.
Wc give S. & II. Green Trading Stamps.
33 lbs. Snirar for 51.00
With every order of J1.50.
Red Hlver Potatoes. A)M.. BOoi neck. 35o
Any brand.hlBh grade Flour, sack, 51.10 i
Fancy Mayflower and Marigold Oleo-
margerlne, per lb sao
Royalty Oleomargarine, per lb.....l7o '
Oil. Id V Villa lUIII..Vi;n, UVU)70 UUIII1U11
Baking Powder, etc., 3 canH. ....... .350 m
4 btandn of Creamery Duttor, lb 30o I
I'Tosh Egg, dozen 37)&o
Good Coffee, 30c kind, 3So; 35c brand
38o ; Chase & Haiiborn's Hod Seal....35o
All klndB of Steak, per lb ISO-
Good, lean Bacon 16o
Mutton Roast, ner lb 8 Ho
10,000 lbs. i Extra Lean Hams, 15?io
No. 1 Kxtra Lean Bacon, lb... 190
,,000 lbs. No. 1 Sugar Cured Bacon
per iu
Choice Steer Pot Roast, lb., lOMclOo
Young Veal Roost, lb HHo
Choice Pig Pork Butts, lb 13?o
Lamb Legs, lb 1340
Mutton Chons. lb 10A i lbs.. 3So
iso. i small iiams, id. .
SPECIALS.
From 8 to 9 P. M. Lamb Chops, lb I .' o
From 0 to 10 P. V.-t-3-lb. pall lard 38o
Further Down Goes the Price
In order to move the balance of our $25,000 purchase from Allen Br.,
we are making the following, reductions:
A. B. C. or Chaae & Sanborn
Coffee, S-lb. can ...DSo
Ak-Sar-Ben Coffee, 35c grade. .. .S6o
Santos Coffee, lb. '...SOo
10c Corn Flakes' Co
2 boxes Be Matches or Toothpicks, so
Pkg. Creamery Butter, lb ,.30o
Best Country Roll Butter, lb...,SSo
Full Cream Cheese, Ib. ... 300
30 lbs. Best Sugar S1.00
With 1 lb. A. B. C. Best Tea...69o
12 Bars Best Soap 3Bo
With Washing Soda lOo
3 lbs. Sugar 31.00
.Best Grade Flour, per sack 91.10
6 lbs. Hand Picked Navy Beans.. 35o
5 'lbs. Fancy Jap Rice...,..' 35o
A, B. C. Catsup, pint bottle ICo
A. B. C. Pure Preserves, Jar 19o
Allen Bros. Tomatoes, 3-lb, can, .100
Allen Bros. Sweet Corn. 8$o
3 lb.i. Solid Packed Tomatoes. ,84o
2-lb. cans Corn, Tomatoes or
Beans 7Mo
Karly June Peas 8V4o
Qt. Jars Queen Olives ...I SSo
Public Market Phone DohsIm 2793
and'
At-
This Will Intereat You!
INVERTED
GAS LAMP
Eaulppod with lnv
g.uat Qlob
Bsif-Kiarntlnff
taonmant.
$1.75
Delivered
10 0' candle-pove-r
costs
one-third cent
per hour.
JOHNSON LAMP Co.
Phono Song. 1760. 631 B. 16th St.
;
if
2 m Lbs. Best Granulated Cane Sugar J A A
im (With ovary purohasa of S1.00 or over of other C I llflB
TB" We are Coffea specialists. Buy your oof f so H III
JL from ns real "coffee satisfaction." Try our Cof- JKa V F
fee, Spices, Extraots and Baking Powder.
MOTOHE TEA CO., 406 North 16th St. Teh Doug. 2446,
Votes! Votes! Votes!
This la tho slogan In this great K. ft M. contest. Saturday, besides
giving away o votes for each cent spent, we will give 1,000 votes extra
with each 81.00 worth of puronae.
Fresh Fork Bhonlders, lb... .12 'Jo 7 lbs. Keck Bones ,..3So
U lbs. Leaf Lard, lb Sl.oO I Home Made Bulk Sausage, lb. lay.o
Choice Liver, lb so I Sugar Cored Hams (small), lb. 114 o
Fancy Prlmo Rib Roast. lb...l34o Sugar Cnred Bacon, lb 17V40
4 10c cans sugar Corn SSo
3 3-lb. cans Tomatoes SSo
Gallon cans Syrup, per can 40c
4 10c glasses Pure Jelly SSo
2 pkgs. Pancako Flour ISo
4 lt8. Lima Beans 3So
7 lbs. Pearl Tapioca SSo .
4 lbs. Chill Beans SSo
Macaroni or Spaghetti, pkg....7H
10c bottle Catsup So
98-lb. sack Rye Flour 93.10
10 bars Diamond C or Beat-'Km-AIl
.Soup SSo
13 bars Swift's Laiindry Soap, SSo
R. C. Corn Flakes, pkg So
4-tle Brooms, each SSo
2 Rc pkgs. Matches' 60
4 10c bottles Olives S5o
Kvoporated Peaches, lb. ...... 74o
Largo size Prune, lb, 7VsO
25c bottle Snyder's Catsup SOo
Full Ore am American Cheese, lb. ISo
Mall orders filled at same prices tho same day received. Deliveries
order In early.
Grapo Fruit, each Bo
Tall Alaska Salmon, per can....9o
Potatoes, per bushel 05o
Holland Herring, per keg 45c
Fancy Country Butter, lb 85 o
Peanut Butter, lb 12 Ho
Honey, per comb ISo
2 lbs. Good Butterlne SSo
2 lbs. Table Butterlne 35o
Grape-Nuts. pkg. lOo
Shredded Wheat, pkg. .' lOo
10-lb. sack N. 1. Buckwheat Flour
for 40o
2-lb can Syrup, per can 7Mo
25c pkg. Oats, pkg Soo
S3 lbs. Best Granulated sugar 91J)0
Select Santos Coffee, lb.. . . . . . .300
16-lb. boxes Macaroni, per box, 7So
4 10c cans Mustard Sardines. . .TISo
Sweet Potatoes, per can So
2 lSe-pkgs, Uncle Sam's Breakfast
Food SSo
i lbs. Fresh Ginger Snaps SSo
AMUS12MBNT8.
BRANDEIS
Malinse
Today
25c, 51c
TOD V ONLY
Hat., 3:30; Tonight, 8:30.
ISA WESTOK BAB
"AS uf SOW"
A dreat Flay at Popular
Prices.
HABVAxn rXAXXAOY. 34th and Fantam Sts,
Offi biuq co. iatu and Harney Bta.
Four Wights, Feb. 8, 0, 10, 11." Wed. Mat.
Oilvsr MtrtiM presents the Most SuossssCul
s Comotfy In the World
PEG O' MY HEART
, By J. Hartley KUnnrs
(Uwitli Tiydr! Ctatlaut Rtw Yrk ticctci)
Prices t. mght, SOo to 91.50; scat. SOo to 91
Feb. 13 Mat. & Hlgut Harry X,auder.
Fab. 13,
14 "Bought and Paid For.'
Sat. Mat.
One Week CCD 1 C Hints. Wed.
Com. Sun. IkD. iQ and Hat.
The World's Greatest Dramatic
Spectacle,
THE GARDEN OF ALLAH
Dramatization of the Novel by
lloht. Hichens & Mary Anderson.
1MUCKS 30c, 7c, $1, $1.50, VS.
Special Wed. Matinee, 50c to 81.00.
MAIL OltDKIlS When accompanied
by remittance now being accented
and filled.
to Bellevue Wednesdays. To Insure prompt delivery pleoso liavo your
United Provision Stores
318 No, 34th St.. Bo. Omaha The sfbre of low Prices. Telj So. 33S0
PHOMB
DOUO. 494.
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
Matlneo Today 2:13.
Gurtiin Tonight 8.5
Next Week Mile, pafcle.
"OlUKl'E FUB CEKTEB."
fAv m T BailT Mat. 15-35-S0O
4y3Wy Bvngs 15-33-50-730
LAST TIMES TODAY
BOBBY SCAB OSES ITER'S FAMOUS
ia., CRACKER JACKS
X. A. DIES' 'siMB MAT. WEEK BATS.
Tomorrow and Week, Vanity Fair with
Btllle Illtchlc-
I iM
IVnTi Omaha's Oosy Picture
tf ttrwr Theater. 15th and Kjt
ALWAYS A QOOD SKOW
3c TODAY'S WIOGOAM 5c
A Ttvo-Ileel Ivaleni Feature
"THE 1IAXD WUNT OF MYSTERY"
and Vltocrnpti Coined)-
"MAHHYING SUE."
Some day soon (we hope)
the plaza in front of the new.-
Court House will be complete
It is going to bo a delightful and refreshing spot.
, To be sure, it has taken a long time, but when it is
done we will all havo reason to bo very proud of it.
This will be the choicest place in town, for your of
fice. The time to get in is now.
The Bee Building
offers a fow choice offices now.
Probably lntho spring there will be
none, so call and look over these;
Available now
Klftli Moor, south exposure, overlooking the new Court
House. J80 aq. ft. Partitions for two private offices
and wulttng room. Water, excellent Farnam Street lo
cation. The' right parties can make office connections
with lawyers In adjoining offices $30,00
fourth Kloor. south and west exposure directly on the
new plaza. 520 s'q. ft ' Vault Water Small private
room.' Very desirable Farnam Street location, .. .650,00
Ground Floor, Farnam Street store room, opposite the
busy county building. 20XC8 ft New show windows ami
entrance. Largo vault. Entrance to beautiful court' of .
the life Ilulldlng. Hot and cold water. Partitions for
two large private offices. Price on application.
Available March 1st
Third Floor, south exposure.' 360 sq. ft Partitions
Huttuble for two dentist's chairs, workroom and reception
room. Water. Close to elevator. Farnam Street lo
cation S40.00
Other Booms 910.00 350.00.
All rates Include best of service and free electric light, heat and water.
For offices apply to the Superintendent, Room 103,
The Bee Building Oo.
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