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REDS FALL DOWN
IN THIRD INNING
Hasting Loses to York on Three
Bate Hit and an Error Good
for Four Bam.
BEATRICE NOSES OUT FAIRBURY
HASTINGS. Xeb.. June 21.-i8pe.-lal
Telegram.) Hasting lost today In the
second Inning on three walks, a three-
base hit and an error, netting the vis
itors four runa. Riley then replaced 8nilth
and held the Prohlha scoreless the re
mainder of the tame. Score:
ntc. tb a i oWitaon. lb. , I I 0 I 1
Murphr. ff..4 111 0OIn. m .... 4 0 t I 1
Tottea, lb... I 11 On-omm. lb.. 1 H 0 0
If... I 1 OMM'at. If.. 4 1 I
Posawlta lb t S 0 ARiro'rdan, c 4 1 1
Ftaas. .... I 111 lOhM. Mi I 0 0 1
Plerr. rf ... 410 -m(thll, rf 4 0 0 0 0
Raines. ... I 4 0 IWndol. cf... 4 110 0
Mama, .... iii omitti o a o
(krock. ... 1 0 OHllty. t. . . I 0 I 1
Totals K I 24 10 I Total S3 1 ST IS "
"Olson out. bunted third strme foul.
York 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 04
Hastings t 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-2
Three-base hit: HarrlH. Sacrifice hit:
Harria. Stolen bases: Prumm (2). ritruck
out: Br Riley. . bases on balls: Off
Harria. B; off Smith. ; off Rllev. 2.arrie
Harria, 5 In alx inning: off Hmlth. a In
one and two-third InninK: . off Rllev, 2
In aeven and onw-thlrd Innlnss. Double
Plays: Harria to Fisee to Hnckewlts, Olon
to Richardson to Drtimm Hit br pitched
ball: Py Smith, FUse; bv llarrla, Wat
son. Time: 2:1R. I'mulre: Monroe.
Wild Throw Coat, (lame.
BEATROIE, Neb., June 21 (KpeMal
Telegram.) A wild throw to third in the
third bjr Purcel! let I nthreo scores in
the game here today between Falrbury
and the Milk Bkimmers and aave the
locals the game. 6 to 4. The came wan
characterised by many errora by the
local team. Score:
AB.H.O A.B. AB.H.O.A.B.
tlldbrn4. rf I 0 0 OKIIIman. !M I 1 1 !
lamb. tb.... 401 Oflrannan. lb. I I I I I
llrown. rf... 4 110 ORrnwn. lb... 4 0 10 t t
rnlsv. lb.. I 0 1 IRiara. rf.... 4 0 10 0
ThtMwInt. rf 4 0 I A ARuater .... 1101
ryton, .. 4 110 Nrf. 1 0 I 0 0
CnnhrtT. 2b.. I 1 A 1 BKnrtiim . a 1 1 t 1
Booth. ... 4 0 7 1 0Irkhrt. If I 0 0 0
1'iiroell. .... I 0 1 I IMcDonell, Dl 1 1 4 0
Sfhaner .... 1 0000
Total 34 17 13 a
Totala 8 I 24 is
Batted for Widebrand In the ninth.
Falrbury 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0-4
i Beatrice 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 5
Karned run: Beatrice, 1. Two-has hit:
I V lil man. Three-base hit: Conhoy. Haeri
V .'be hlUi Hildebrand. Purcell, Fillman
2), Rrannan 2). Kortum. Stolen base:
Killman. Hrannan. Bases on balls: Off
.JicDonnell. J; off Purcell. 4. Struck out:
By Purcell. 7: by McDonnell. 7. Wild
pitch: Purcell. Passed ball; Boothe.
Time: 2:00. Umpire: Mulr.
Drummer. Wallop Islander.
NORFOLK, Neb.. June 21. (Special
Telegram.) The Drummers walloped
Grand Island fu the first game of the
seriea here Monday afternoon. 7 to 0. A
real slugging match In the third inning
netted all the runa. Stevens waa slammed
l"f'ir three singles and three doubles, the
I Drummers batting all around. Pitcher
I Smith batted twice In thesame inning,
' taking two hits. Score:
GRAND IHLAND. NORFOLK.
AB.H.O.A.B. AB 11 O A E
Synk. lb... 4 111 OBrodrlrk. lb I 0 4 4 0
Koben. lb... 4 1 1 1 tr. I I I I I
Farm. .... 10 1 K'arrls. If... 4 110 0
Henry. If.... 4 0 10 1 B Brown. If. 4 0 4 1 1
Onabr. C...I 21 "Town. lb....S 1 a I 0
Vainer, rf. .4 1 1 0 OMelker. 3b.. I 1 I I 1
Powney. rf.. I 0 10 ncT.dmiphl. rf I 1 0 0 0
(lalre. lb... I 0 11 1 OLBrewn. e. 4 1 i 1 0
8trns. p... 10 0 1 OSmlth. p.... 4 1110
PHYSICIANS MEET IN 'FRISCO
American Medical Association Be
gins Annual Convention in
BOARDS OF HEALTH VISITED
Totala n I 24 14 I Totala 16 10 17 H 4
Grand Island 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Norfolk 0 0 7 9 0 0 0 0 -7
Two-base biota: Dye, Smith, L. Brown,
Melker. Bases on balls: Off Stevens, 1; off
Smith, S. Stolen base: B. Brown. Time:
1:48. Umpire: Shuater.
McCown Again Wins
Medal Trap Shoot
Don McCown annexed high score In
the Class A medal shoot at the Omaha
Oun olub Sunday. MoCown has had
hie name Inscribed on the medal twice
now out of three shoots. Ellison won
the Class B shoot and George Brandela
came home leading the field In the Clas
Scores were as follows:
Don C. McCown. .t Henry McDonald.. 41
Jeae Ay lea worth.. .46 Del Gross 40
Ray C. Klngsley.,45 Nick Carter 40
Horsey Burgess... 44 Ed O'Brien 29
Ellison 43 Frye 40
Stuart 41 Keellne 40
Hall 41 Booe 86
Jeorge Brandela. .44 Wolf 87
Ben Gallagher 41 Vaugtit 40
Clsena 40 Heltunan 37
ROURKE PARK TO BE TAXED
AT STECHER-CUTLER MATCH
All Indications now are that Rourke
Park will be called upon July 6 to hold
the largeat crowd In its long and In
teresting career. These Indications are
from the advance sale of tickets and
from the comment of the newspapers of
the state, which show the Immense In
terest In . the championship match be
tween Joe Stecher and Charles Cutler.
"Here It la two weeks ahead of the
match and the sale la wonderful," said
Dan W. Gaines, . proprietor ol the
Merchants hotel, which is headquarters
for the match. "We aro getting orders
by every mall from all over the atate and
western Iowa, and all this In addition to
the local demand, which is phenomenal."
Although the' management Is discour
aging betting on the contest, any one who
wants to wager semes to have little dif
ficulty In being accommodated ehjher
way one wants to bet-
charier Defeats Rogers.
SCHUYLER, Neb., June 21. (Special. )
Schuyler defeated Rogers here Sunday in
a fast ten-inning I le. Andrew for
Schuyler allowed five hits and struck out
twenty men. Score: R.H.E.
ttchoyler 100000010 15 4 t
Rogers 1 0 00 2 140 004 6 5
Batteries: Schuyler, Andrews and Da
vis, Rogers, Krpea and Gum. .
BRA TRICK, Neb.. June 21.-(Speilal.)
Harry E. Anderson of this city and Miss
Josephine McQulnn of Wymore were
married Saturday at 11 o'clock In the
study of Father P'eeman at Wymore.
After the ceremony a threccourso wed
ding breakfast was served. After a brief
honeymoon trip to Kans&s City M?. and
Mrs. Anderson will make their home In
Beatrice, where the groom la employed
as advertising manager of the Dally Sua.
Haa ay. Perry.
CHEYENNE. Wyo., June 21Specll.)
Earl E. Hanway, news editor of the
Cheyenne State Leader, and Miss Sun
shine Perry, daughter of Benjamin F.
Perry of Denver, were married Sunday
at th bride's home. The wedding is the
culmination of a romance which began
stveral years ago while Miss Perry was
a high school atudent and Hanway was
employed in newspaper work In Denver.
Jmhm larroaiha Heller.
KINGSTON. N. Y.. June 11. -John Bur
roughs, the naturalist mho ha been HI
at hie home att West Park, contlnuea to
show Improvement. Today he spent much
time o big veranda overlooking the Hud
SAN FUANt'ISiO. Cat.. June 21. Nu
rr.rous activities in which the American
Medical association Is engaged, particu
larly In the line of educating the public
for the preservation of health were re
ported upon at the opening session today
of thp sixty-sixth annual meeting of the
aesoclatlon. IT. Victor C. Vaushan or
Ann Harbor, Mich., dean of the medical
department of the Vnlverlty of Michi
gan, is president of the association and
presided today at the nut-ting In the ex
position memorial auditorium.
IT. Henry n. Favlll of Chicago, who
presented the report of the council on
health and public Instruction, said that
during the last year the council had con
tinued the' development of Its proaram,
which Includes a thorough Investigation
of present public health conditions In the
United States, the education of the pub
lic by every possible means. In order that
the people may understand tlio enormous
advances In scientific medical knowledge
during t)ic lst generation for tho preven
tion of disease and the prolongation of
hi man life. He reported that Dr. Charles
V. Chapln, commissioner of health of
Providence, R. I., had as the special
representative of the council, visited and
Inspected the boards of health In all of
the states and had prepared a report na a
basla of standardising and classifying
their work. He said a similar study of
federal and municipal health activities
was being planned.
Oet-Tosret her Movement.
An Important "get-together" movement
was Indicated In the report of the central
committee on the public health organisa
tion, which has made a survey of forty-
four national organisations working on
public health subjects, duplicating effort,
wasting money and labor and conflicting
In functions. It was said a union meet
ing of all the organizations Interested
was being planned for MIR, with a view
to uniting as many of these organizations
as possible In a single strong national or
ganization. Regarding public educational wor. the
council reported that the speakers' bu
reau had furnished speakers for 151 pub
lie meetings during the year and that the
bureau of literature had printed nearly
800,000 pamphlets on different public
health subjects. Including a campaign of
education for mothers on how to save
babies, and on the minimum sanitary re
quirements for rural schools.
The educational work of the association
regarding frauds in patent medicines and
the Interest shown by the public were re
ported as having steadily increased, and
the work which the council undertook
some ten years ago In elevating the
standard of requirements for medical ed
ucation was said to have been so success
ful that the conditions which were out
lined In the first report a decade ago as
Ideal have now become reality. There
were, however, a number of further ad
vances to be recommended, among which
were reforms In methods of clinical lu
atructlon In medical colleges.
The secretary of the aaaociatlon. Dr.
Alexander R. Craig of Chicago, reported
that the membership had Increased from
74.236 in 1914, to 76.020 this year.
FIREMEN OF GREATER OMAHA
Rearrangement of Department So
Protection Will Be Afforded All
Sections of City.
OLD FORCE TO BE RETAINED
Dr. Haggard Says Fee Splitting
With Surgeon is Criminal Dishonesty
BLACK MURDER TRIAL BEGINS
ATTENDS THE SULTAN
BERLIN (Via London). June 21.-Prof.
James Adolf Israel, the widely known
German specialist, is at the bedside of
Sultan Mehmed at Constantinople, ac
cording to the Tageblatt. He waa com
missioned by the Turkish embassy here
on June 11 to go to Turkey, Prof. Israel
Is the sultan's guest at the Yildiz Kloak.
where he will remain until the end of
next week. The nature of the Turkish
ruler's ailment has not been disclosed.
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combined with Ide quality
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Fer late fcr d Mlewlag ftrMi
H rORMEIT 1
'504-5I0 So. 16th;
. . AND
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IM7 Douglss Street
'it i '.-..; .:m., , i
L. Kasaaa City . . . .gi-U) p. as.
Ar. Par! Iilla,ai,
Ar. Malt Lake City . . . 1 13 p. su
Ar. lia Fraaetae . . ,g,4.i p.
Send for our handsome fold
er oa California Exuosltlnna
and the way there on The
T. T. GODFREY,
O. A. r. D Oamaha. Nek.
In the readjustment necessary to bring
the fire departments of South Omaha and
Dundee Into working harmony with the
Omaha system. Commissioner Wlthnell
says hp will without delay provide a
team for the fire engine at South Omaha
and will furnish an engineer and driver
for this apparatus. During the last lack
ing house fire an engineer of the Omaha
fire department went iwn and took
charge of this flrP engine.
The Greater Omaha fire department
system will embrace fifteen fire houses
In Omaha, five In South Omaha and one
In Dundee. They will all be brought
Into one alarm system and the district.
to be covered by some of the houses
will be changed.
Fire house No. S, at Twentieth and
Spring, and No. 10. at Twenty-ninth and
Dorcas streets, will cover some of the
territory formerly within the South
Omaha corporate limits, and some of
the South Omaha fire companies will run
fr.rther north than heretofore.
Increase at Inath Omaha.
The South Omaha companies will be
Increased from three to four men each.
Prevloua to the appointments made lust
Saturday evening there were thirty-eight
men In the department In South Omaha.
Chief Hashury and Assistant Chief Mc
Kale will rank aa second assistant chiefs
under Chief Salter.
Al Livingstone and Robert Dun'np of
the Dundee fire department will le re
talned as senior and Junior captains, re
spectively, and six other firemen will be.
detailed to the Dundee fire station by
The Increase of the Dundve fire de
partment will necessitate taking some
mn i rum a tew or tne west lire nouses
In Omaha, but tho rearrangement of the
runs, it Is stated, will In a measure off
set that feature.
SAN FRANCISCO. June .'I -Tie secret
division of fee) brtneen ph,-isns and
surgeons Is Vrlmltml dishonesty," said
Dr. William 1. Haggard of Nashville,
who addressed a meeting hero today of
the Fellows of the American College of
' Fee SBitUtiiig," Dr. (laggard declared.
"Is criminal, because It lead flit. to un
necessary operations: second, tc Incom
petent work resulting In unnecessary
death; and, third, to a constant lowering
of the moral and professional standards
In medicine. The practice has all through
It the elimit-nt of theft.
"When a physician refers a patient to
a surgeon under an agreement that the
aurgcon later Is to divide with him tho
fee collected, the crime is not primarily
one easiest the pocket hook of the
pstlent. H Is a crime against the health
or life of the patient. Thla practice
means that 'he physician auctions off
his patient to the highest bidder who
naturally I the most Incompetent and
unscrupulous surgeon available.
"Another evil ts that the surgeon feel
under obligation to accept the diagnosis
of the hsclsn to operate, whether or
not on examination he agrees with the
dlsgnosls of the physician. If he does
not operate in such esses he discredits the
ability of the physician and loses) fur-
i ther business with him. Thus I per-
pet rated the meanest of crimes an tin
I necesssry surgical operation.
J "The sovereign remedy for commission
gllng by surgeons and bribe-taking by
physicians 1a publicity. If we don't cure
the evil by extermination, the public will
do it by legislation and the elimination
of the unfit. The physician who diagnoses
a case Is quite aa much entitled to rom
penmtlon as la the surgeon, but separate
Mils should be rendered by the physician
and the aurgcon to the patient. In other
J words, the patient should always know
what ho la paying for. To stamp this
practice out of the profession of medicine
la one of the chief tasks of the American
College of Surgeons.'
First Caie Growing- Out of Sensa
tional Shooting at Marshall,
LECTURER KILLED IN HOTEL
Loan for Billion Read).
LONDON, June Jl. Announcement was
made today by Reginald cKenn.i. chan
cellor of tho exchequer, that tho loan of
2Wt,0tK),0(". authorlxed by the House of
Commons last week, fur war put poses,
would be Issued tonight. The new loan
will be put out at par and will bcHr 4'4
per cent Interest.
PLANT WITH BRITISH
CONTRACT IS WRECKED
WINDSOR, Ont., June II The overall
factorv of the Peabody company. Lim
ited, located In WsJkcrvllle, a suburb of
Windsor, wss partially wrecked by tho
explosion of a bomb early today. Tho
company Is said to have Just completed
an order of ll.VOOO British uniforms.
Shortly after tho explosion In the over
all factory twenty-seven sticks of dyna
mite i re found under the rear of the
Windsor armory. The dynamite had been
attached to a time fuse which bad been
set for 3:1."' a. in., bill the fuse had burned
out. It I aald that I"0 men slept In the
armory last t.lght.
Horace H I eabody, head of the overall
company, expressed the belief that the
bomb had been placed "by German sym
pathisers" front Detroit." Tollce and
mllitnry authorities are working to
gether on the rase. The property dam
ago waa estimated at between I'.OflO and
mounted to 24. ft feet, according . an an
nouncement by Weather Observer Con
ner. Vnle further heavy ralna prevail
today ad danger of a flood In the west
and east bottoms of Kansas City bss
passed, Mr. Conner said. Both the Kansss
and Missouri rivers were falling today at
points) ahova here. No heavy ralna have
fallen In the affected district In forty
K. & B. RETAIN FIRST PLACE
IN THE AMERICAN LEAGUE
The Kennedy ft Ilessellus battled with
the Mandy Lees, at Tlili ty-second street
and Dewey avenue. In one of the fast
est games that has been played on an
Omaha field thla aeaso't. The time of the
game waa 1:14. The Kenredy & Besellns
beat tho Mandy Ios by a score of S to 1.
The battery of the Mandy Leca was
Riley, pitch, and Nuganrd. catch, and for
tho Kennedy A lteeellns. Shook, pitch and
O. Voss, catch.
CREST OF KAW FLOOD
PASSES KANSAS CITY
KANSAS CITY. Mo, June SI .-The
crest of the Kansas river at Kansas City
was reached todoy whei the stream
SUMMER WHITE HOUSE
WILL OPEN THIS WEEK
WASHINGTON, Juno 21.-Preparations
for opening of the summer White Hons
at Cornish, N. H., were begun today In
anticipation of the arrival of President
Wilson. Servants and motor cars went
forward. Ry present plans he will leave
here Wednesday and spend Thursday In
New York with Colonel House.
MARSHAL! Tex., June .'I. -The case
of Frank tvix-ary, charged with com
plicity In the killing of William Black, a
lecturer against the Roman Catholic
church, who nas shot here shortly before
he we) to deliver one of hi lectures on
the evening of February X 1!I.V was called
for trial here today In the district court.
0'l.eary was not present at the shoot
ing, according to testimony at the ex
amining trial last winter. The calling
of his case first appeared to be duo lo a
desire to approach cautiously the leaal
aspects of tho shooting, which attracted
The night before he waa killed Black
had delivered a lecture in Marshall en
titled, "Romanism, a Menace to civilisa
tion." Ho was to lecture strain thst
night. Marshall had been stirred by hand
bill advertising of Black'a work. Rlack.
4A yea re old, born In Virginia and aald
to bear kinship to General Robert E.
Iee'a family, was) advertised as "One
who knows." The handlblla contained
charges, cartoons and alleged oaths of
the Knlghta of Columbus.
About supper time Black went to his
hotel room, where he was Joined by the
other members) of his party, Clarence P.
Hall of St. Paul. Minn, and Miss Sadie
Black, a girl ha bad adopted at her home
In Arkansas a few days previously. Three
more men, John Rodgers, John ("opeland
and George Ryan, called on tho lllnck
party. According to teatlmony at the
examining trials, all three callers were
members of the Knights) of Colnmhue
They asked Black not to deliver hla sec
ond lecture. Rlack replied be would de
liver It. Shooting began and Black was
shot near the heart and Killed. Rodgers
also waa killed and Copcland was ahot
Indictments were returned charging
murder against the following Marshall
men: John Copeland, George Ryan,
Georgo Tier, Harry Winn and Frank
O'leary. Publics testimony did not de
velop the circumstances of the alleged
connection of Winn and O'Leary with
Clarence V. Hall of tho Black party
appeared before two grand Juries, but
waa not Indicted.
TRAFFIC ON SIBERIAN ROAD
TOKIO, June 21 Advices reaching
Toklo from Vladivostok aro that muni
tions of war Intended for the use of Rus
sia's armlea at the front arc arriving at
thst rcaport In great quantities. to
heavy are the shipments that facilities
to forward them by rail through Siberia
It Is In an endeavor to overeom this
that the Russian authorities have placed
rush or.Vraj for cars and locomotives In
the I'nlted States.
Blood Risings Begin
A Mere Speck
Stop Them From Grow
ing Large and
a w a
Apartments, rats, hcroasta and) cottage
tan be rentedqulckly and cheaply ky a
Bee "For Runt"
Nearly everyone who tiaes S. S. 8. toi
the blood recalls a friend who went
through untold suffering as the result
of a mere pimple or smclll blood rising.
A host of people did not realise, until
too late, what mny result from a slight
skin abrasion. But they recovers. I If
they used H. S. S.. and In almost ererv
village and hamlet, every crossroad and
away back off the road Is aomeone who
will tell you how R 8. 8. the famous
blood purifier, restored his health.
It la a most Interesting feet that this
remarkable vegetable medicine over
haul the blood In a manner tbat ex
cites curious minds.
But It acta In accordance with ac
cepted phyalologlcai laws and yet Its
rfrect la almost beyond comprehension
to those who are wedded to auch drugs
aa mercury, calomel, arsenic. Iodide of
potssh, copper and other baneful In
nuencea which all the world beers
silent teatlmony to their destructive
8. 8. 8. is Indeed a nature' tribute
to what we need and It la worthy of
note that In almnat any drug store
throughout the country you will find
It regularly In atock. Get a bottle to
day. And If you believe yours, la a
peculiar case, write to the Medical
Adviser of The Swift Ppeclfto CO., 10
Swift Bldg., Atlanta, da. Our word
for It, he la on of Georgia' appre
ciated apeciallsts, retired from active
Eractlce, but proud of hla nam and of
la recognised ability.
KEEP THIS LIST FOR
XMII-OatAJLA. lad CO., 11th an 4
Tackeon ana., Douglas 1109.
SXAam-WIX.Z.I AaCB-KOtT TT 00., 83d
aad Klokory, Oeuglas 1043.
OKiu BOTTiynra oo.. eia to. nth
St., Douglas 1100.
IOin-WKSBY SOTTXHTQ CO., 1808
Webster St., Dongla 7388.
OKAKA BOX CO, Bast Omaha, W ab
XtKrBBSSj.OTX.TirO CO., (Omaha Tibre
la Corrugated Bog Co.), l&tb aad
LeaTeaworth, Dongla 1139,
TOBB BBBWIBa CO.,' 1819 bermaa
Ave., Webster am.
MOOTS BBBWZBO CO., Sth aad Z.avn-
worth, Dongla 1498.
MID KBOO BBBWIXO CO., KrUg
Aveao and Boulevard, Tyler 430,
JITTEB BBBWXBCt CO., 30th aad T
8ta. (Booth 8).
WILLOW aPBIWOS BBBWTBTO CO., 3d
and Hickory St., Dongla 1308.
HTDBATJUO VBBBS BBICX CO., 1308
W. O. W. Bldg., Dougla 909.
BUTCHERS' and PACKERS' TOOLS
0. b. trrum co.. isio Capitol a
CEMENT BLOCK MANUFACTURERS
OKAKA COHCBBTB STOaTB CO., .
w. Cot. gsth Ave. aad B abler, Wsb
S. J. OHSBIBsT CO., 801.11 Dougla St
. TOBQIL1 k DIVBIirO CO., 1818-18
. J one St., Douglas 809.
COUCHES AV1 MATTRESSES
7. O. DOTS OO, 1301 Vlohols BU
COFFEE, TEA AND SPICES
AJtBCBB-OlSOBT CO, 118 So. 11th St,
OBBMAV-AMBBICAir OOFFTtB CO.,
111T-18 Dodg St, Douglas T196.
XTBJT BISCUIT CO., Capitol AT., 18th
to 13th Bts, Douglas 8183.
rAXKatOBX CKBAMXBT OO, 18th and
Jones Bts., Douglas 1401.
WATBBIiOO CBBAICXBT CO., 1817
Howard St, Dougla 1409,
COMMISSION, PRODUCE, ETC.
IllOngllW ft BOB, IBC, 1809-11
Howard st, Douglas 434.
IXEB ft OO. WIUOW SPBXHOS DIS.
TUiLKII, eai-g Howard Bt Doug
OaCAHA EX.BOTBIO X.XOHT ft BOWZB
CO, V. V. Bldg, Douglas 1088.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND
BUBOBBS-OBAoTDEB Co.. 1811 How.
era Bt, Tyler 881.
EN G R A V KItS F. LF( T ROT V PE RS
BABE A BBOS. EBOBAVmO CO, 1819
Howard St, Douglas 86itt.
BUBKX.BY BBTEI.OPB OO, 417 SO.
18th St, Douglas 991.
OMAHA riXTTTHB ft BUTFX.Y OO,
414-18-lS Bo. lath St, Douglas 8784.
UFDEEB MTX.X.IV0 CO, 1818 shermaa
Ave.. Webster 88.
STABDABD rVBBACB ft SXTm,T
CO, 411.13 So. loth bt., Doug Us nmf.
iBeeWt all oast aad WU all steel
There is scarcely an article
necessary to household and bus
iness that is not made in Omaha.
Most Omaha people will be
surprised to know it.
But if that interests you, here
is a clincher: These articles cost
less and are better than those made
If you want the "proof' re
member to ask for the Omaha
made brand the next time you
are about to make a purchase.
KEEP THIS LIST FOR
JfATXOHAX) TXm ft TABlfXKO OO,
1988 So. 13th Bt, Tyler 180.
OKAHA OAB OO, ISO Howard
WOPIT'B I OB ft OOX.S STOHAOa CO.,
1884 Ohloago St, Dougla 80.
OMAHA ICB ft OOX.D STOBAOB OO,
atoCasm. Blk, 18th aad Dodg Sts,
BAaTEB ICB MACHXWB OO, 19th had
Hloholaa Bts, Douglas 1881.
HOBTARBQ. Z.AVHDHT Oo, 1708 Tin.
ton St., Douglas BA80.
HEMBAU IVAUBTDHT CO., 1807.09.11
Jaoksoa St, Douglas 919. v
WUHXTAW X.AVM-DHT, geoe.li Iarnan
St, Harney 1771,
UWUHC8 SHOT ft LIU OO, Tao.
tory South Omaha, Douglas 1885.
Z.ODOB SOTFI.T OO, 1111 anam St,
BxnnrxB mahtjtacttthiho 00,
14th and Jaoksoa Sts, Tyler 1888.
J. T. BLOOM ft CO, 1708 Cuming St
Xc T. HXCKOtAB Oil. OO, 304 Balrd
Bldg, Douglas 888.
PACKING HOUSE PRODUCTS
WITT AVD COMTAHT. South Omaha.
ABMOOB ft OO,
South Omaha, South
MIRRORS nd ART GLASS WINDOWS
UDLABD OIVASS ft BAXHT OO, 11th
aad Howard, Douglas 791.
BAHZXBS HBAX.TT IHTBSTMtBBT
OO, Orouad moor In Bldg, Doug,
PRINTERS HOOK AND JOB
OMAHA BHIBTIBO OO, 13th and far.
naua. Douglas 848.
COAST ft Mokbhzib, 1407 Harney Bt,
t. K. HABTBT ft OO, 313-17 South 13th
St, Dougla 889.
DBTXAHCB STA BOX OO, 8560 OumUg
St, Douglas 170.
O. K. BXBTM OO, 3338 X. St, South
Omaha, South 463.
AXTBX.X, SBBUM OO, South Omaha,
OMAHA BBBTM OO, 401 Ho. 33d St,
South Omaha, South 8868.
OBAIB BELT StWrLT OO, X.obby Bx-
ohanga Bldg, South Omaha, So. 3664.
TANKS, CULVERTS, GRAIN BINS,
AND OIL DRUMS
XCBBBABKA ft ZOWA BTBBXi TAHK
CO, 1301 Spruo. Bt, Webstar 878.
TENTS AND AWNINGS
SCOTT-OMAHA TBBT AHD AWHIBO
CO., 11th aad Harn.y Sts, Doug. B&8.
CRAVATS, BELTS, PURSES, POCKET
BOOKS and SUSPENDERS
SMITH. I, OCT WOOD MTO. CO, 8333
South 13th St, Douglas 8361.
TIN CANS AND SHEET METAL
OOBDOH Z.AWZ.BMS OO, Sth aad
Dodg. Bts, Douglas 888.
OMAHA WOOD WOBBTOTO) OO, 1801
htaroy St., Douglas 8848.
AXTOH ft OAX.1VAOKXB. 701-11 South
10th St, Douglas ana.
WINDOW SHADE MANUFACTURERS
MID-WEST SHADE TACTOBT, 4014
Hamilton St, Walnut 3191.
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