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TirE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY. 'A TOIL 8, 1915.
Finance Committee Puts Back What
Was Cut Out by the Eco
SUIT. THOMAS' AIDS SUFFER
tFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April 7. Ppevlal.) As .was
fxpoctod, the senate did not sympathise
lth the economy plan aa put forth by
the house and ai a result clashes made
br the lower body are eliminated by the
finance committee of the senate, which
proceeded to concur In the report. This
will mean a conference committee aniens.
V house recedes from Its former action.
The maintenance appropriation bill fo
the. state of floe will probably not re
ported out until Thursday morning. The
real scrap of the session will probably
be waxed on this measure, with the Na
tional Guard and normM-tralnW-ln-hlgh-schools
appropriations furnishing; the
storm centers. It is rumored that the up
per hrase. In a diametric opposition to the
lower, will raise the former and cut the
latter. v ,
All Cats Replaced.
The senate amendments to the salary
bill are very numerous. Every cut made
by the house Is put back to the former
figure. In State Superintendent Thomas'
office, however, the senate turns around
right about face and slashes two salaries
on Its own accord.. The salary of the as
sistant. Miss Edith Lathrop, is sliced
from $1,800 to $1,600, and the salary of ths
deputy. Miss Alice Stanley, is out in ex
actly the same measure.
The senate puts the railway commis
sion and its blue sky department, the lat
ter whftlly neglected by the house, back
on the old basis. The salary of Secretary
Allen of the commission is raised from
$2,000 to the old sum of $2,600. The sal
aries of the three stenographers of the
commission, cut K) a month each by the
house, are restored. The salary of Chief
Engineer Forbes is restored from $2, BOO to
Bine Sky on Old Baals.
The commission's blue sky department
is put "back on Its old basis -with an as
sistant engineer at $l.b00, two clerks at
$M0 each, one clerk at ISOO, and one short
hand reporter at $3 a day. Assistant Ac
countant Gregory la this department la
omitted entirely by the senate in restor
ing the department. . This is thought to
have been an error of omission and not
commission, however, its - Gregory la
regarded as one of the .moat efficient of
did the tower house omit the blue-sky
department entirely, but it' also cut the
maintenance appropriation of the com
mission $8,000. The "commission had told
the lower house that it would take car
of Its blue sky . department out of . its
general' appropriation' if' it would allow
that to stand. ; ' , .
The bouse 'cut -out entirely the salary
of Karl Schmidt, chief clerk in the land
commissioner's office." The senate re
stores, it. The salary, of the land com
mlqglonerla bookkeeper, .Mi,, tteckman, is
!ut back to it old fig ire of 51,600,
' .ttoyae Comes Into Ovrm.
Secretary Royse of the State Banking?"
board oomea into his own again.' the sen
ate wiving him back the one clerk-and
the one bank - examiner, that the boose
took' away. " -. j
The Live Stock Sanitary board, with
'which Jias been consolidated the stal
lion registration' board,' also comes back
strong under senate guidance The house
provided for two stallion inspecors' at ,
$1,500 each. The senate strikes out any
reference to number and makes the. item
of "inspectors" $3.(00. It adda one rec
ord clerk at $1,200, one assistant record
clerk, st $S40, one stenographer and clerk
at tm. "
The hotel commission, omitted entirely
by the house on the supposition that this
office was to be merge? with Pood Com
missioner Harm an, is added to the bill.
Tvtth the old salaries for the commis
cloner, his deputys and his stenographer.
Pool Has Beta Basy.
The ' bookkeeper, the corporation clerk
and the recorder In Secretary of State
Fool's offha are put back to their old
salaries of $1,500 each for the first two
and $1,100 for' the last named."
In Auditor Smith's office the book
keeper is restored to bis old salary of
$1,600, ' but - the stenographer and clerk
is cut from $1,000 to $810.. - ., . ,
The second assistant to the attorney
general, who is deorge W. Ayresigoe
up In salary from $1,500, as allowed by
the house, to $2,000. Former Attorney
General Martin had no regular ' second
assistant, but employed special counsel
Mr. Ayres, if the amendment stands, will
receive a salary equal to those received
by the others in the office. The salary
of Miss Josephine Murphy, legal stenog
rapher and bookkeeper in the attorney
general's office, goes up to $1,600.
The Board or Health gets back one
lerk taken -away from it by the house
and an assistant bacteriologist, the lat
ter at a aalary of $1,000. -
Historical Society. 1
The State Historical society gets back
a clerk at $600. The Game and Fish com
mission gets four deputies at salaries of
fjOO each- These were wholly unprovided
for by the house.
The insurance- commissioner's actuary
is to receive $15 a day for actual work.
Instead of a salary of $2,500. as provided
for by the house. The assistant book
keeper in the slate treasurer's office is
raised too a year, and the stenographer,
'Miss Holland, from $840 to $1,000.
The salary of the assistant secretary
of the Board of Irrigation Is put, back
to $,& a year.
, P. E. Romlng
, B. P. Paine
J. G. Thompson
.Charles A. Patterson
, Thomas PsuXj
J. M. Woodward
W. P. Freeman
C. K Mather
- J. W. Kelly
j.... T. W. White
H. W. Phillips
C. E. Moffat
..W. W. Walters
Chadron A. O. Fisher
L. C. Staata
.Aran L. Humrerford
H. J. Steinhauiwm
. J. E. Wheeler
J. It. Evans
A. J. Lepper
F. 8. Tucker
....George A. Murrel
Elbert W. Mason
...C B. Bowlby
, R. A. Heacoek
T. L. Carroll
.. Anton Wala
Up to Pardon Board
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
L1NCOL.N. April T.-(Rpeclal.-Th ad
visory board of pardons and paroles,
meeting tomorrow, will take up among
others the application of Hoy Maynard
for a pardon.
Maynard is confined to the penitentiary
under a life sentence. He was committed
In May. 1907. from Box Butte county. He
was convicted of killing a man named
Barnes of Alliance.
The judge who tried the case menttona
that eleven Jurors hung out for the death
sentence for eighteen hours, but that the
tweirth man stuck and gained hls point
for a life sentence.
FIRST JITNEY .COMPANY
WOULD ISSUE BONDS
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April 7. (SpeclaJ.V-The
State Railway commission has received
Its first application from a lltner enm-
Norrls Thomas tFany t0T permission to issue stock. Vn-
Yx-1 1 1 1 . I -
der a recent ruling of the attorney gen
eral, "Jitneys" are common carriers.
The application is mado by the Grand
Island Jitney company, through Its at
torney, Fred W. Ashton, and is for $10,000
worthof stock, The commission lias re
ceived an Inquiry from Omaha, but the
Grand Island application is the first,
T. H. Carter
C. W. Klel.ler
8. A. Allen
W. H. Field
W. G. Harold
W. R. Watt
...R, C Brownell
, John Friday
8. H. Evans
R. H. Rice
v.C. T.v Simpson
Peru E. L. House
riattamouth .Emmons J. Ricliey
Ponca .v..O. L. Wood
Randolph O. O. Rcld
Rushvllle C. Phlllippe
Red Cloud Robert llamerael
Seward George Merrtam
St. Paul.......' II.' 3. Paul
Schuyler ". Otto Zuelow
Tekamah....". 8. A. Waaaon
Tecumaeh .....H. S.'VIllars
University Place -J. L. Claflln
Weeping Water '. ,F. H. Gorflor
Wymore.... .. Adam MoMullen
Wayne D. H. Cunningham
Wausa .T. C Genung
Wahoo : William J. Lehr
Tork William Col ton.
SUES MOTHER-IN-LAW FOR
MADT80N. Neb., April 7. (Special.)
Etta S. Rautenberg, wife of Fred W.
Rautenberg of Norfolk, has brought
art Ion in the district court to recover
$15,000 from her mother-in-law, Mrs.
Bertha F. Rautenberg. MrK. -Rautenberg,
plaintiff,' alleges In her petition that she
was married to Fred W. Rautenberg
April 7, 1914, at Madison. Neb.; that she
and her husband lived happily together.
The defendant mother-in-law auoceeded
In persuading her hsuband last February
to desert her. .
MISSOURI PACIFIC BRANCH
RESIDENTS ASK FOR TRAINS
: HASTINGS, Neb , April 7. (Special Tel
egram.) In order to prevent the possibil
ity of objections to his administration,
evidence . of . which appeared in the elec
tion, yesterday of three school board
members, from defeating theil30.000 bond
Issue at the special election on April 20,
Superintendent CuM. Barr today filed a
provisional resignation? eliminating him
self entirely from the Issue. Mr. Barr will.
give, up the superlntendency If the bonds
carry, . otherwise ; he .will servo out the
two remaining years 'of hlsYterm.
ITNDSAT, Ne, April T, (Kpeclal.)r.
iirs-V .Anna 'Hansen. one "of "the "oldest'
settlers b this part of the country, waa
buried . at the Salom Swedish Lutheran
cemetery yesterday. , She was born, in
Sweden July 8, 1817. Had she lived until
July she would have been 93 years old.
The Lindsay Commercial otob had. Its
annual banquet tonight. P. A. . Carlson
acted as toastmaster and Presldept Laue-
sen, A. J. Ramlkekera, Dr. Walker. JBm
Borer and Dr. Tobkln reaponded .to toasts.
Ths marriage of Miss Gertie and Joseph
Acker of Nazareth. Tex., was announced
for ths first time In the Holy Family
church last Sunday, the wedding taking
place on April 30. ,
The wedding of Anton Sueper and Miss
Molly Kosch of Humphrey will take place
there Tuesday. April K
Two Syracuse Weddings.
STRACUSB, Neb., April 7.-(Speclal.)-
Henry Thorns an Miss Mary Lange were
married at Nebraska City yesterday and
will go to . housekeeping on a farm. In
North Branch, where . both are. , well
Leonard Vanburen, a young fanner re
siding northeast of hers, wa married
Sunday to Miss Jennie Currah at the
heme of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Currah, at BeUalro, Kan. They arrived
heme yesterday evening and were given
a reception. . They will reside on ths
groom's farm In Russell preclnot. -
("From a Staff Correspondent) ,
LINCOLN. April 7. (Special.) A formal
complaint, asking' for-additlonal passenger
service on the Crete branch, has been
filed against the Missouri Pacific, rail
road. The complaint, as filed' with -the railway-
commission, is supported by ex
tensive petitions from residents of Cook,
Douglas, Panama and Burr. Provided the
company does not conform with the com
plaint, it will be set down for hearing.
OMAHA INSURANCE CASE
TAKEN TO SUPREME CtfURT
(From a 8taff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, April 7.-(Speclal.) The case
of Mary F. Thomas against the Bankers
Life association of Des Moines, la., has
been appealed to the supreme court from
Douglas county.' The plaintiff sued on
an Insurance policy for $2,300 on the ike
of her husband. The defense was that
the mutual assessment had not been paid,
nor . the Insured reinstated within tho
proper time; -
! Notes from Beatrice.
BEATRICE, Neb., April 7. (Special.)
Fred M. Hall of this city, Tuesday,
brought action In the district court ask
ing for a divorce from Jennie May Hall
on the grounds of desertion.
Robert it.' Rlgg and Miss Ethyle J.
Hurst, both of Hoag, were married Bun
day at the Christian parsonage by Rev.
C. F Stevens. Mr. Rlgg . is sr son of
the late C. E. Rlgg and served four years
in the United States Marine corps. ,
Wet and Dry Vote
Warn os tea
Bed . Cloud
FOOT BALL PLAYED BY
SOLDIERS OF BRITISH ARMY
(Correspondence of the Associated Tress.)
LONlXN. March 26. A sergeant of the
army service corps write:
"Our foot ball ground Is Just behind
a church not far from the tranches, and
twice we have had to fill In shell holes
before we could start to play. It the last
match the Inst shell the Herman fired
came plumb on the center of the ground
Shout ten minutes before we kicked off.
One. soon forgets about shelling when the
LEADERS' AUTOGRAPHS AT
ROYAL LIBRARY IN BERLIN
(Correspondence of the Associated Tress )
BERLIN, March 25. One of t,ho most
popular places in Berlin at the present
time Is the Royal library, uherii there
are on exhibition the autographs of sll
the leading figures of the present war.N
Fleld Marshall von Hlndnnburg Is but
one of the men who nave became popular
Idols through ' their achievements, -and
there la lively interest in anything con
cerning them. The collection Includes a
letter from Hlndenbuig to ths war
mlrnatry; a "Ood with, us" fr6m the
kaiser; a "Carry It out from ths crown
(prince, and the signatures of such men
as von kiucr, von Luaenaom, von
Morgen, von Mackensen, Havensteln,
Breltenbach, the Imperial chancellor, the
general staff - surgeon, von Schjcrnlng,
Parse val' and Count Zeppelin.
The exposition Includes telegraph Instru
ments, airships, automobiles, mines and
telescopes, each bearing , the autograph
of Its Inventor. Rach member of the
Krupp family, from tho first to. the In
ventor of the 43-centimeter gun, is repre
sented. , '
Bee Want Ads produce results.
GRAIN RATE COMPLAINTS
', r CONTINUED UNTIL JUNE
(From a Staff Correspondent.) ' .
LINCOLN, . April 7. (Speclsl.)-On the
request of J. W. Shorthlll,' secretary of
the Farmers' Co-Operatlve Grain and
Live Stock association, the State Railway
commission's hearings - on tho grain rats
complaints of the company have been
continued until June Ilk They were origi
nally set for April .
The complaints aak a reduction in rutes
and for certain Joint rates.
Mrs. Manry Klublre.
FALLS CITT. Neb.. April 7.-(Ppei lal.)
Mrs. Nancy Klshlre died at her home yes.
trrday after an Illness of four day.
Mie had a slight stroke of paralysis a
week ago and a few days later became
bedfast with pneumonia, which caused
her death. Pho was SI years old. Sur
viving her are these sons and daughters:
F rank and Mose Klshlre and Mrs. Harry
Will., residing near this city; Mrs. lilllott
of Hastlnga, Mrs. C. N. Scott of Mound
City, Mo.; Mrs. Martha Carey, Sheldon,
la., and Hiram Klshlre of Colome, S. P.
The funeral service will he held from the
tsmily home at 1310 Chase street on
K. Marlon Butrieatnn.
OLENWOOD. la.. April T. (Special. )
V. Marion Bufflngton died at his home
In north Olenwood Saturday at 5 a. m.
and was buried In Olenwood cemcjery
yesterday. Mr. Bufflngton was In his
eightieth year and has lived In Ulen
wood slnr'e ISM. His wife and two daugh
ters survive him. He has been Identified
with many enterprises and was an un
usually popular man. He leaves an estate
estimated at IMO.OOO.
F.dward II, Brace.
Edward H. Brace, aged 4 years, died
early Wednesday morning at hla home,
1921 North Thirty-sixth street, of heart
trouble. Ho had been til all winter and
this morning called his wife, mother and
eight children to his bedside and died.
The mother. Mrs. J. H. Brace of Dunlap,
la., has been in the city some time.
Brare waa a bricklayer. Coroner Crosby
l.aa the body. Funeral arrangements will
be announced later.
W llllara lluttlar. ,'
MUStATINE. Is.. April 7.-William
Iluttlg, a pioneer sash and door manufac
turer of Iowa, la dead at hla home here
ot pneumonia. He was born In Saxony.
February 5, 183H. '
Walter J. Rogers of Walthlll. Neb., and
Miss Hallle' D. Clover ef Tender. Neb.,
were married here Wednesdsy. They
were accompanied by William C. Clover,
father of the bride, and Mrs. Ina
Wearln of Hastings, la., and Grover L.
flc.ger and Mis
Florence Rogers ef
K.lertlou mi Litchfield.
L1TCHKIF.IJ. Neh., April 7.-tFpecll
Telecram ) M. B. Myers, C. N. Duncan
and H. I. Land were elected trustees for
a two-year term. License was not an
OUR COAST DEFENSE
' Jade A. A. Bar deal Wlna Cum. .
AVOCA. Neb., April 7.-(SpecuU.)-6ev-
eral months ago Judge A. A. Barden, a
Justice' of the peace of Berlin, was ar
rested for building a fence across a road
up In that precinct. The county board of
Otoe county filed the complaint. Mr.
Bardeif' waa fined $100 and costs tn the
district court. He appealed to the su
preme court, which held that Mr. Barden
had a right to fence In his own property
as the road crossed nls land.'
Winter Wheat la Good Shape.
BEATRICE, Neb.. April 7.-(SpeciaI Tel
egram.) Heavy rains have fallen In this
section the Isst twenty-four hours. Win
ter wheat never looked batier at this time
of the year.
President of Bank Ittd.
MADISON. Neb.. April 7. (Special.)
Brrt Homan of Newman Orove has
brought action in the district court to
recover damages from E. H. Oerhart,
president pi the First Nattdnal bank of
Newman Orove, in the sum of $1,580. The
rase'la the outgrowth of, a deal for lease
of a farm. , -'
Oar "Jltae" Offer This aaa e.
Don't miss this. Cut out this slip, en
close with 5c to Foley ft Co.. Chicago,
111., writing your name and. address
clearly. You will receive In return a trial
package containing Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and
i roup, Foley Kidney Pills, for pain in
.ilea and back, rheumatism, backache,
kidney and bladder ailments, and Foley
c'allmrtlc Tablets, a wholesome snd thor-
ig!;ly ilcsnaing cathartic.
Ffcnri.n? fcr tfc3
' Wlaaebagro Baalc Chartered.
LINCOLN. April t (Special.) The
State Banking board has issued a -charter
to the State bank of , Winnebago. . It
la capitalised for $lfi.000. with the follow
ing officers: Ouy T. Graves, president.
Pender; J. B. Rossiter, vice president.
Walthlll; B W. Rossiter, cashier, Walt
hlll. . ' '
Alesaader See t fa Blaff Mayor.
SCOTT'S BLUFF, Neb.. April 7. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Scott's Bluff cast about
rotes yesterday. Frederick Alexander
was elected mayor over Raymond by 125,
Val Klrkman, clerk, and . Peter O'Shea,
treasurer. Tho wet and dry question was
not an- iesue.
Be Pretty! Turn
Gray Hair Dark
Look young;!. Nobody can tell It you
ass tirandmothor s simple recipe
of 8ae Tea and Sulphur.
Almost everyone knows that Bags Tea
and Sulphur, properly compounded, brings
back the natural color and luster to the
hair when faded, streaked or gray; also'
ends dandruff. 1tching scalp and stops
falling hair. Tears ago the only way to
get this mixture was to make it at home.
which la mussy and troublesome. Nowa
days, by asking at any drug store for
"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound,"
you will get a large bottle of this famous
old recipe for about 0 cents.
.Don't stay .gray! Try It) No one can
possibly tell that you, darkened your hair,
aa it does It so naturally and evenly. You
dampen a sponge or soft brush with It
and draw this through your hair, taking
ona small strand at a time; by morning
the gray hair disappears, snd after an
other application or two, your hair be
comes beautifully dark, thick and glossy.
In three modern days of heavy arma
ment and scientific war equipment, mat h
thought has been given to our coast de
fense. The question of preparedness is
one that eonoerna all patriotic Americans
for It is always tho unexpected attack
that cauaea consternation. ,
This Is also true in matters pertaining
to health. That great enemy of -health
Stomach, trouble may spring an unex
pected attack at any time and.lt Is woil
to be prepared by always keeping a bottle
of Hostetter s Stomach Bitters In tho
house. It Is your bulwark In ttme ef dis
tress. Be on guard at all times, and as sown
as you notice the appetite falling, diges
tion becoming Impaired, the liver Inactive
and the bowels refuse to perform their
ds'.ly functions, commence taking the Bit
tera Prompt action, together . with thi
aid of this medicine, has been ths mea:is
of preventing much suffering from Sic
Headache, Nausea, Poor Appetite, Indi
gestion, Constipation and Biliousness.
Don't trifle with your health, but rather
help Nature when weakneaa is manifested.
Hostetter s Stomach Bitters is Nature's
ally, and these together, form a combi
nation that la sure to result to your wel
fare. Try It today, but bo sure you get
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. Get Dr. Edwards' 7
Olive Tablets. . x
That tm th Invfnl su.a-.n.iu
since Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tab-
line, mo suosiiiute lor calomel.
Dr. fcd wards, a oracticinir nhvslpl.n
for 17 years and calomel a old-tl ina enornv.
ui-i-uvcreu me lormtua lor uuve Tablets
wnue treating patients for chronic con
stipation and toriiid livers.
ur. fid wards' Olive Tableta do not con-
n i I . 1 K... - 1 . - 1 1 '
No griping la the "keynote" of these
little auaar-ooated. olive-colored tableta.
They cauwe the bowels and liver to act
normally. They never force them to un
If you have a "dark brown mouth" now
and then a bad breath a diill,tlred feel
ins eick heudaclie torpid liver and are
1 onetlpated. you'll find nulck. aure and
only pleasant resulte from one or two lit
tle ur. Kdwaro uuve laointa at naditine.
THOuaanda lake one or two every night
Just to keep rlrfit. Try them. 10c and 2c
ter box. All lrugltits.
The Olive Tablet Company. CoLumbua. O.
Among those things which all women
Should know of. and many of them do,
is a splendid external application sold
In most drug stores under the name of
"Mother'a Friend." It la a penetrating
liquid and many and many a mother tells
how It so wonderfully aided them through
the period of expectancy. Its chief pur
pose is to render tho tendons, ligaments
and muscles so pliant that nature's ex
pansion may bo accomplished without the
Intense strain so often characteristic of
the period of expectancy.
"Mother's Friend" may therefore be
considered as Indirectly having a splendid
Influenoa upon the early disposition of
the future generation. ,
Whatever Induoes to the ease snd com
fort of the mother should leave ita Impress
upm the nervous svstem ef the baby.
At any rate It Is reaionable to believe
that ainre "Mother's Friend" has been a
companion to motherhood for more than
half a century it must be a remedy that
women have learned the great value of.
Ask at any drug store for "Mother's
Friend." a penetratlnar. external liould
or great neip and value.
And write to
especially ' Bradneld Kegulstor Co.. 02 Untr Hlds..
io,r. US to stout p,... o,d every. , d,taelV Informal
Ucic AJ trtuetucut. , ...
Lv. Omaha :J0 a.
m.. 1:06 p. m. and
1:30 p. m. Lv. Coun
cil Bluffs 1:50 a, m..
1:75 p. m. and .0
- BT. VAtTZi
.Lv. .Omaha $:$ 9.
m. and t :9 a. m. Lv.
Council Bluffs 1:60
p. m. and .a9 a. nf.
Behtntl the scenes on the Chicago Great
t Weatern and wnai it means to you.
Plenty of Good Ballast
BALLAST is uaod to weight down the track,
hold it in jiosition and to kcoj) the roadbed
firm, dry and hard. The Chicago CM IK AT
Western Is ballanted with crunhed stone and gravel of which
there Is a bed of 12 Inches under the -ties and enough above
this to all but cover the tie. This is carefully rammed and
tamped in place so aa to make the track level, solid and
smooth. In building, a new railway, auch as the Chicago
Great Western, you would have to use more than a carload of
ballast for every 5,0 lineal feet of track. '
Every year tho Chicago Great Western uhes
thousandg of carloads of new rock and gravel to reballast the
road; nearly 2000 men are employed the year round to keep
the track In shape. Good ballast, heavy rails firmly spiked to
sound ties make Chicago GREAT Western Hervice safe, quick
and dependable for both pusengers and freight. Your tele
phone is handy. .
P. F. IK)NOB DKX, O P. A.
M. E. SIMMONS, D. P. A.
. Faxaatu at.
(tmphatUt tht "tihtAT")
keep abreast of the times
in matters of dress
This store points the way. Our greatest-
in-the -west display of clever suits for young men and
men who drees young is the "How" of good dressing.
Olen Urqnharts, .Tartan
Plaids, plain and novelty
mixture in jaunty English
, and Semi-English model?
made to sell at from $3
to $8 more!
- - - .-- , ..... J
lo Tonic Tlmo
Sprrjig is the time of renew
ing of new life new blood i
"UTien your .reserve strengtli
and energy have been reduced!
during the trying Winter
months you need a good Spring
tpnie to tone up your system,
and restore your vitality and
energy to a normal condition. But remember, when "one 'si
health is in question,. nothing but the best will do.
Duffy's Pure Walt I7..isf;ejj
la a tonlo of the hlghsat oualltv. mad from Bound grain thoroughly malted fn.
eluding harlov ths moat expenHlv grown. Repeated refining, or dlstlllallona,
ara reaorled to In order that Injurious by-rrodticts niay be removed. This 1'ave .
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leading physicians have prescribed Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey for over halt
a century. In old egr, In Illness, In caaea f weakened vitality, or where one t
run down and In need of a real builder-up of the syatem. Duffy n may b rellea
on for good results, it s just ins opnng icnio you uccu. m .
Bold In SKA LED BOTTLES ONLY. Beware of imitations
"Cot Duffy's and Keep Well.
Oat Duffy's from your local drag-gist, groosr or
dealer S1.0O per bottle. If lis caoaot supply
yon, writs ns. ws will tell you wbsis to get It.
Medical bcoklet free.
" The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Ilochester, fl. T".
Only three offices
but very choice ones
There are still but three off ices on the rental
list of the building.
We had some sixth floor space, which we
offered a few days ago, and this is now taken.
. .. .
The space offered is very desirable, if it
meets your requirements.
It will also pay you to call. Even If wa have nothing
that meets your requirements, we will place your nam
on our list and notify you aa aoon aa a change occurg
which will vacate the kind of an office you want.
THE BEE BUILDING
"Tht building that it. always nu)
The fact that there are but three vacant offices
in the Bee Building is the best testimonial we can
offer you of service, comfort, safety and location.
Tbis is a very choice office on the second floor,
facing the corridor around the court. It la par
titioned for a very comfortable waiting room
and two private offices. It has north light.
lrlce, l-r month $45.00
This is a duplicate of the room described above,
except that it Is divided Into a waiting room
'and a single large private office. Price per
This is one of the corner offices which is con
sidered so very desirable. It ia 20x20 feet, and
has two windows facing north and two west.
The large vault la particularly desirable for
some elapses of business. The door of this office
Is directly at the end of the hall, so that the
sign may .be seen by everyone walking down
Trice, per month 840.00
Kopecially adapted for printing office. This bas
been, occupied by a printer fur many years and
' on account of ita location In an office building
and In the heart of tbe office building dlutilct,
the location itself is an asset In this business or
any similar business. It has an entrance from
tbe court on the ground floor and also from tha
alley. There is very satisfactory light and ven
tilation -It likewise haa the advantage, from
the standpoint of insurance and safety, of being
in a fireproof building. The floor space ia
1.2S2 feet. ' .
lrlce, ptr month 8100.00
Apply to Building Superintendent, Room 103
THE DEE BUILDING COMPANY
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