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THH BKK: OMAHA. TU11SDAY, AUUTST 3. 19K.
BRIEF CITY HEWS
at o rter iv w ami 11
Klsrtri tea. tT.BO. BartM-Oru4ai
Today Cample Mori rro-ra
slasslrtad etkra today, and ippwt la
Th Bee EXCLUSIVELY. Find out what
tb Tutoy OMtvtBf picturt theater ef far.
Brno TOM Vt Ma Wot John A.
Bnics of Dundee lias atarted hla work as
ehlef city ennineer. Watson Townaend and
Herman Beal are the assistant anatneer.
Delay Consideration Tba city council
deferred (or thirty dava oonalderatlon of
tha Bconomio leaa-ue'a proposal for an
election of a home rule charter comrnla
alon for a new charter.
teal Trolley "Wire One hundred mai
fifty feet of copper feed wire welglnK
Z2S pounda were taken from the line of
tba street railway company between Thirty-third
and Thirty-fifth atreeta on tk
aoroe time Sunday night.
ack from the Wast Ooaat Miaa Ger
trude Thompson, in chare; of the United
States National bank safety depoalt
vaults, baa returned from a three weeke
trip to the l'aclfle northweet. vlsttlnc
friends' and relatlvee In Portland and
Barlinrtoa Orders Bos Oare The
Burlington road haa placed an order for
3,000 forty-ton boxcar to be delivered
during the comlnr fall and winter. A
large number ot them are expected, to be
on hand for handling" the wheat and
torn crop of thia year.
Draw fcurM rinse -May 8 ml eh. Nina
Craven, Berth. Morrow and May Kmc
were all fined SI and ooat fey Aetlnc
Police Ma1trate Kubat for suspicious
actions at th house In which they live
on North Eighteenth atreet, near Uv.
Mr. Eavldge'e church. A IS-rear-old girl
waa alno found at the place.
Woodman Circle Keetlagwrhe mem
ber of V. A. Praaer rrove. No. L Wood
men Circle, will meet at a o'clock Wed
nesday evening in room No. Cretfhton
block, northweet corner Fifteenth and
Douelas atreet. for the transaction of
special and Important buslnea.
Ckvrnor Dona Oomln En route
home from the Paclflo coast, Oorernor
Dunne and party of Illinois will be In
Omaha thirty mlnutea today, court n
In over the Union Pacific and gora? east
over the Northwestern. The members of
tha party will not have time to oome up
SeOrood AirrlTe B J. DeOroodt,
assistant aeneral freight agent of th
Chicago Great Western, ucceedlng J.
C. Chieam, who realgned and haa gone
to his ranch near Los Angeles to live.
haa arrived and taken up hla official du
ties. Mr. DeGroodt cornea from Red
Wing, Minn.. Where h wa connected
with th Chicago Great Western for a
number of years.
BUSINESS MEN ASK
Present Request for Better Fire
Alarm System to the City
SEEKING FOR LOWER RATES
Are to Be Doubled
Commissioner Hummel states lie will
during the week secure material for the
enlargement of the bath house at the
municipal beach at Carter lake. Work
will be started aa Soon as the material
has been delivered. !
Conditions at the beach on Bunday
prompted the commissioner to take action
Immediately, although thia work waa In
cluded la th general program for the
' It la estimated more than 2.000 wer on
the beach during th early hours of the
evening. Borne donned their bathing
clothea beneath th had of lonesome
pines, sheltering palms and weeping
Pressing room accommodations win b
F. 8. King, president of King-Peck Co,
and other member of the Retailers'
association, appeared before th city
council committee of the whole, to urge
the commissioners to Install a modern
fir alarm aystem, according to an enact
ment of the laat legislature.
The commissioner were Impressed by
Mr. King' presentation of sn excerpt from
the report of the National Underwriter
aettlng forth the antiquated condition of
Omaha's present fire alarm system.
We contend that the Installation of
up-to-date fire alarm system would
have the effect of reducing Insurance
ratea la thia city. We wish to bring this
matur to ' your attention and have you
begin to think of It seriously." stated Mr.
Behind the Times.
Th report of the underwriter sets
forth th need of an Improved system,
particularly In th business district. It
notes th lack of sufficient boxes with
glass-oord keys and adds that sign
showing th loo lion of keys are laoklng.
In a general way th present system Is
shown to have fallen behind the growth
and needs of th olty.
Th 19V) budget, passed by the council
few week ago, included M,B0O for motor
ing the fire department and for Installing
an alarm system. Th legislature pro
vided for an annual expenditure of this
amount for five year. It Is estimated that
modern fire alarm system for Greater
Omaha will roat about $100,000, and
could not be Installed In much less 'than
Will 9 a bin It Plans.
Commissioner WlthneU of fW'flre de
partment states he has had this matter In
mind for some tlmo and expecta to have
plana and specification prepared for the
new system within the next few months.
This matter will be taken up again next
Monday morning by the committee of the
whole. In thia connection the Nebraska
Telephone company presented an estimate
of th cost of connecting the South Hide
fir and polio alarm systems with the
Omaha system. To cower the Interim un
til a new system shall have been Installed,
another contract will be made with th
telephone company, probably for two
The telephone company now maintain
and operates the fire and police alarm
aystem under a contract with the city.
is Struck by Taxi
H. Kotteisaa 8-year-old lad. living at
Tenth and Jackson streets, was struck
and knocked down by a taxlcab on th
Tenth atreet viaduct yesterday, suffering
several bruises and poasibl Internal in
juries. He was attended by Polios Sur
geons Shook and Zlmmerer and removed
to St. Joseph's hospital.
Five South Side
Chris Peterson, R. Clausen, Chris Gun
deraon, E. Ebsen and Axel Jensen, South
Side milkmen, were fined HO and costs
In police court upon presentation of evi
dence by Dairy Inspector Bossie, show
ing samples of milk testing below legal
VARIETY IS THE SPICE OF
LIFE SAYS JUDGE KUBAT
Gladys Howard, a character familiar
to the officers at the police tat Ion, was
brought up before the judge on a charge
of being a vagrant, and being drunk.
"I suppose I'll get $1') and costs again,"
, said Gladys.
"Not this time," said Judge Kubat
"We will make it thirty days for
TO HAVE SCHOOL BONDS
FOR SALE IN FEW DAYS
The finance committee of th Board of
Education expecta to have th U.OUO.wJO
school bond ready for aale within a few
days. A Chicago bond expert Is writing
aa opinion on the bond and the blanks
ar being prepared for signature end
realstraUon. A special meeting of th
board will b calls, to act on this matter.
Check Yar lammer Coaafc.
Dr. Bell'e Pln-Tar-Hony will stop
your cough and strengthen your lungs.
Get a bottle now. Only 25c. All drug
DEATHS DECREASE WITH
THE AREA MUCH ENLARGED
Notwithstanding aa enlarged area, total
deaths in Greater Omaha last month waa
15!: July laat year (Omaha only), V.
Births reported In Greater Omaha last
month, Sft; July laat year (Omaha only),
r c . r . d
Meetings Scheduled for This Week
list of places where prayer meeting
will be held thl week in the "Billy Sun
DISTRICT NO. J-OMAHA.
J. K. reltigrew. 411 N. 34th.
C. K. Brewster. 47t N. h.
"....Mrs. A. N. Tatum. Urand Ave.
s Mrs. T. R. Resj-d. lirsnd Ave.
II Mr. Turtln, S6I6 .tayne.
12. ...Mrs Charles Union. 34 1 t'urtls Ave.
U Blanche Reeder. S62I Nebraska Ave.
14...., .Mrs. Anna 7-eller. Ml Vernon Ave.
DISTRICT NO. 1
15. ...Mrs. O. W. Douglss. SWT Curtis Ave.
1RHV ! C Doedyns. J7T4 Fort.
16 George W. Voeder. W4 N. th.
IT Mrs. James Gardner, VH Brown.
IS William Will. WIS Brown.
Mra J. U Fisher, rw Meredith.
X) J. W, Chrtstensen. Hat Templeton.
DBSTRICT NO. 4.
31 H. C Madden, 1101 Fbreno Blvd.
2 I,. Smith. 15 Ogden Av.
3S ...F. U Mouer, Grand Ave.
U JKre. I.. Williams, 4U N. 14th.
., G. W. Young, 4101 N. 1M.
1 ..Mr. F.llsabeth Umtrstrelh. MU Iialrd
27 IT. P. Kerr, X2V Kvana
IS Clarke McGrew, lftuo Ptnkney.
DISTRICT NO. a.
19 Mra B. C. Bike. . BahUr.
an Mrs. Burchum. stu Uord.
.11 Mrs. G. E. Mitchell. Xh Ame Ave.
Si Mra Harry lyhrbrg. x N. 2th
S3 W. Bauertnelster, S448 Mnnderson.
M Mrs. J. H. Parry. 8M0 N. 4 ad.
86 Mra. w. j. Haaton, sum N. 4th Ave
36. ...Mrs. 100 Ith Johnston, S.U8 Manderaon.
.Jar. J. V. Plympton. 30t UvaZa
......Mra. W. Curry, tM6 Mannereon.
......Mrs. W H. Warner. MVI Pratt,
...... Mr. T. It. Beeaon, 2WA Bvana.
DiamUCT NO. 7.
Mrs. D. M Potter. rr N. th.
Mrs. John Smith, ;'a Bristol.
Mr. J. K Aimy. &! N. h.
Mrs. P. J. Hunter, 8.131 Oortiy.
Mrs. A! H. Marsh. m Miami.
Mra. A. A. Kruse. W7 Maple.
.Mra J. W. Baranaun, S6.l4 Ctjrby.
DISTRICT NO. I
....William Hudson. Decatur.
Mrs. Krioeon, 40g Seward.
Mra Harmon, WW Frankltl.
Mrs. MoClelland. S406 N. tth.
Amies Whlat club at her tioine alurday
f . ...Mrs. Irurv, 4 Sewstil.
fl.......Vna tSarlocli, JT4 HaWihornc Ave.
i ... Mrs. O. Jordan. TTrt timlns.
fci. .....Mr Jte tsni. mit Heward.
M li. Vance, Kminet
A. IVxikImh. I'lnWnvy.
(ld People's H.ime, 1M4 Wlrt.
. . lr. l. R. Jenkins. lti Hlnney.
.Mrs A. J. Anderson. &I4 N 14tn
..Mrs. A. tl. I'harlton, Wl Miami.
, Mrs. J . A. l.lll.lh.-IK. -7 N. .'U1II.
V, J. lllee.le, IinT Grsnt.
Mrs. A. Woltt-rs, i.'. Seasnl.
Mrs. M. NiuM. W:9 N. lh.
DISTRICT . I".
Mm. R. K. Hume, N. th
. Mr. R. K. Huioo, WH N. 40h
..Mra. K. ii. Jonee. nm Capitol Ave.
DISTRICT NO. 11
.... .Mr. W. II. I iKlerwood. MM Karnam
Mia F. K. Clark. Harney
7..,. Mra H. O. Rowlands, 6!( Harney
W... Combined with Nertion U4
100 Mra. . B. Daw. t 8. .Vtn
WI....MYB. J. K. Carnal, .I! leey A..
!!02andi,. Mr. Dickey, 24 Harney
H..... Mra Hurkelt, M4 l"ark Av.
104 Mrs. South ma yd. ! lMey Ave.
I Mrs. W. J. Irvine, sm N. TM
liKi and it! Mrs Moore, IS. Csss
100 and 110 Mrs. Latson. 1712 8. 17th
(Leader. Mr. Copelsnd )
J SOT H. JOth
tl! Mr. Powell, M0 S. aVh
IIS Combined with Section 1l
11 T. Mra R. Johnson, lza Wool worth Ave.
HOWELL BACK, CAR IS HOT
United SUtei Attorney Comet In on
Train, Leaving Automobile at
MAKES LONG TRIP THROUGH MUD
I'nlted Slate Attorney Howell ar
rived home from a Ihree weeks' trip
through Wyoming aad Colorado, taking
testimony In the ailt of the I'nlted Slate
government against (lis Diets lAimlwr
company anil Sherlilan Fuel company
for using government timber In Wyom
ing. He waa accompanied by Court Re ,
porter Charles R. Tearsall and th trip ;
waa mad In Mr. Howell' automobile, a
total mileage of about I. being "speed-
Rain and mud were th two big fa
turea of th trip, according to th two
navigator. Tea that I th word t b
ii ted, say they.
The trip lasted over three week anil
In that time there wer but thre day
when there was no rain. On day they
motored through th sea of mlra making
a total dlatanc of fifteen mtle,. which
waa considered remarkably good.
They left the car at Lexington, Neb.,
on receipt of a telegram from Mr. How.
ell's aecretary, "Dave" Dickinson, that
US and Its. Mra. J. H. LJcktenswallner. Tom Anrn w.ntd to got on the par
ine maryisna ..., i.
Walsh Finds All
About State True
Returning from the Paclflo ooast expo
sitions. Governor Walsh and hi parly
are In th city, nrout to thstr homes
In Massachusrtta During their stay Tier
the rovwrnor and his party autoed about
the city and visited a number of business
btnum. They rams In over the V'nlon
Pacific and leave at I clock over th
Northwestern In a private oar. Said the
"I am wonderfully pleased with e-
rl..Mrs. M. T Stone. 2M3 Woolworth Av
1..Mrs. Clarence W stern vn, 174s 8. jKth
121 and IB.. Mrs. O. Toung. VOX m Av.
133 J. W. Meaktmen, leader
134 and 134 ..Mrs. F. Wooely. KW 8. K.th
dreader. Mrs C. C. Meek.l
l....Mra. F. R. KlnMirv, Dona
1 ...Mr. J. W. Dion, 17S7 . 10th.
LSI Mra Q. 1.. Uakr. 1454 a notti
mmlU!.,J. W. Mesklman. S4U 8. 17th
m With SMtlon 1M
136 Mrs. J. Patrick, a 10th
W. H. Ehlera. 7t Bancroft
1S7 Mra. Waltr Allen, o S. 4th
140 Rev. .T F. Hawk, taM 8. 10th
Hi Deader, Mrs. W. A. Vlckery
141. .w. Park Forest Chapel
1, t, 4. t and .. Hirst Mem' I M. K. church
10 Mrs. C. W. Klvln 4211 Rrown
Expert Begin the 1
Check on Accounts
Ellery H. Westerfield, former treasurer
of Dundee, and J. M. Gilchrist, an ac
countant, nave begun to check th Wes
terfield accounts in th otTJo of ibe
department of account and finance at
th city hall.
In th payment of money due a treas
urer of Dunde to Treasurer Ure, Mr.
Westerfield paid In about 14.000 less than
the amount of shortage claimed by the
city ' officials, - the understanding being
that upon a final cheok another settle
ment would be mad If any mors money
should b due.
Mayor to Propose
Auditorium for the
Mayor Dahlman announoes he will pro
pose that the Omaha Evangelical asso
ciation secure the Auditorium for the
Billy Sunday meetings. This was sug
gested by The Bee last week.
"Tne Auditorium win be taken over
by the city this week and I 'feel sure
that a satisfactory contract could b
made for the Sunday campaign. Thia
would save the local ooramlttee the ex
pense of building a separate tabernacle,"
stated the mayor.
Belongs to the City
Th transfer of the .Auditorium prop
erty to the city was aorompllshed at t:4t
Monday afternoon In a room of th
United Slate National bank.
Representing th olty were Corporation
Counsel Lambert. Commissioner Butler
and Treasurer Ure,
For the Auditorium uompany wer C
D. Beaton and J. M. aiUan. Attorneys
Keller, Stout and Vlnsonhaler repre.
sen ted mortgage and not bolder.
The city received the deed and now
controls the property.
Council to Pass the
Overhead Sign Law
The olty council, sitting a a ommltte
or Ui whole,' decided to pat an ordi
nance, placed on file a year ago. to pro
hibit signs except In cases where suoh
signs do not exoeed three feet from lot
line and ar at least ten feet abov th
walk; or in case where signs are thirty
feet abov th sidewalk. Th ordinance
will be op for passage Tuesday morning.
OUTING WHUTART TODAY
Rain Cautet a Postponement of th
Businett Men's Chautauqua
GOVERNOR M0REXEAD COMING
Because of the rain during the night
and part of the day, the f-Jebraska Busi
ness Men's Outing asfeiatlon will open
Its Chautauqua program at 10 o'clock
this morning, Instead of Monday after
noon, as waa tha plan. It had been
planned to open at 1 o'clock with Gov
ernor Morehead aa tha man to give th
opening address. When It waa decided to
change th tlm of opening Oovernor
Morhd was telephoned of the change.
He promised to come for the opening
this morning If It were poasthlo for him
to get away from th oft.
Th opening exerolses aa planned ars
for Governor Morehead to make the for
mal opening talk In behalf of the atate
of Nebraska. Mayor Dahlman Is to talk
In behalf of th city. Commissioner Man-
ley of the Commercial club la to talk in
behalf of th business Interests of Omaha
and D. P. Dolan, general manager of
the Chautauqua, In behalf of the Nebraska
Business Men's Outing association. .
Business men from various parts of
the state hav arrived on the grounds,
although the arrivals of the first day
were muoh less than expected on ac
count of th rains. Numerous tents hav
been reserved for th outing for th week.
but some have put off reserving tents
until th weather becomes more settled.
Th program Is to be held, rain or
shine, however, as th management ha
mad arrangement. In case of continued
rains, to hold th program In th conven
tion hall of th Hotel Rome. Present
plans ar. however, to go through with
th program at th lake.
Put Jitney Drivers
Under Bond of $2,000
The city eoanotl In exectitlv conference
decided on a uniform bond requirement
of M.00O from th Jitney drivers; also an
occupation tax of 110 to 115 a year, ac
cording to alse(of the cart.
The requirements will be Included In an
ordinance which wtl be presented for
passsge at the regular meeting of the
council th morning. The proposed
ordinal o contain various regulatory
features pertaining to lights, routes and
qualifications of drivers,
trunks. From what I have seen of It, It
appeare lo b a wonderfully rioh agricul
tural and aiock raising at. Th rid
down (he Platte valley I a great revela
tion. Ha agricultural reaourre seem to
be without a parallel. Omaha foolr) PTi
perou and 1 believe that all (he report
that have em t us In th east relative)
to It push and business ar tree." '
Street Cars May Stop
Near Side in Future
If an ordinance recommended for pas
sage goes through the council Tuesday
morning atreet cars will be stopped on
ths near td or intersections.
This measure waa before the ocAinrlt
oommttte of tli whele and elicited the
support of Commission er Kuget and op
position of R. A. IHler. general man
ager of th street railway company.
Mr. Kugel contended th near-side stop
faillltates handling of 1 raff I; at buay 1n
teraeotlona. Mr. tuaa)er maintained the
far-side stip is th better aystem for
street ir potions.
roll a Vnlled Slatea district attorney.
to which office he haa been appointed
to succeed Mr. Howell. They cam on
by train and Mr. Howell will go back
for hla car whan th roads dry out, "If
they ever do," he saye.
Ther Is still considerable testimony lo
be taken In thia case and It was Mr.'
Howell's expectation to take It. but if
the change la made at onoe, his successor
will have to take It
"I have enjoyed my long term of oil lee
aa United State attorney hare," Mr.
Howell said. "I have been well treated
by all with whom I hav com In con
tact, particularly by th newspaper. 1
wish my democratic successor aa happr
an administration aa my own."
Mr. Howell will resume th practlc
of law In Omaha with office la Th
BURLINGTON ISSUES BONDS
FOR SOME IMPROVEMENTS
The Burlington I putting out a tl5.K,0W
bond Issue. Of the proceed tl.ono.ooo will
he spent In elevating the tracka In th
vicinity ef Aurora, 111. A large sum will
be spent In betterments along the system
and $3,000,000 or more in building up ths
Wyoming Unas and In making extension
In th west next year.
Law Swoops Down on
Several owners of disorderly house
were brought before Judge Kubnt In po
lice court and wr without exception
found guilty and fined. John Zees. 6li)4
North Blxteenth street, waa fined for al
lowing poker to be plyd at hi plac
flundy evening. Blx Inmate wer also
taken. John drew 15 and cost, while
the Inmate got tl and coat. John Tag
cart, who has a place between Faenam
and Douglas on Thirteenth, was fined 1J
and coat for selling liquor. Seven men
had been In the place, four of whom the
officers ssw drinking. Kach Inmate got
a fins of II and ooat. Bis Wilson, whose
place la at Thirteenth and Howard, had
aold liquor and allowed tha inmatea to
enter through the back door. He also
waa fined $10 and coata. Several Inmatea
drew the customary $1. Jack 8utera
and James Carroll war fined 1$ and
costs each for tha same offense as the
others, having aold boots at 4 o'clock
Hunday afternoon to vral man at 1401
Jackson. There were seven Inmates at
the time tbe "moral squad" raided th
, W. H. Qulglsy. who owns a drug store
at l09 Chloago and waa raided Saturday
night, waa fined 10 and costs.
Increase the Light
Not the Bills
Cocoanut Oil Fine
For W.Mng Hair
RBsanads aassberls.! t elle.
Cholera aad Diarrhoea messed r
"I never hesitate to reoommend Cnam
t.rUln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy," write Sol Williams, merchant
Jsaee, Tenn. 1 sell mors of it than of
any other preparations of like rhsrsrter
1 have usd it myself and found It gav
ute more relief than anythinga else
have ever tried for I ho same ouroose
obtainable everywhere. AH druggists lone In the family for months. AU'ertUe-Adj-tii4vmeDt
"7 wnt keep your hsrr n rood
condWon. the lea aoap you use th better.
. "fcP" M Prrl shampoo, eon
tain too much alhsJL This dries tbe .oaip.
make tbe balr brittle, and 1. very harrn
fuL Jut pln mummed ooooanut ull
(which Is pur aad entirely rMLaelMSi u
much better than aoap or anything els
you can ue for . sham poolnr, as this
can't possibly Injur the hair.
Hlmply mototaa your heir with water
and rub It In. On Or two teaauounfuJ
will mak aii abundance of rh. creamy
latner, aad eleaase the hair and aoalp
thoroughly. Th lather rlnaee out easily,
and remove every particle of dust, dirt,
dandruff and exoraeiv oil Th hair drlea
uuickly and evenly, aad It letvw it fine
and silky, brlgrit, fluffy and asy to
you ran iwc mulslfled cocoanut oil ot I
most any druai stcre. It Is very clieao.
and a few oiox s is enough to last etery-
BY taking advantage of the new low light
ing rates and using Mazda Lamps in every
socket you can now, without increasing your
bills! have more and better light than ever be
fore. The now rate takes Into account tho current con
sumed and, is not affected by the number of lamps con
nected. You can, therefore, nave as many lamps as you
wish without its affecting your rate. Every one will now
pay the same for the same amount of current.
We believe this is a fair and equitable method of charg
ing and one which will result in a brighter Omahaas
suring everyone of bigger business.
Tho new maximum lighting rate is 8c net. Tho old maxi
mum lighting rate was 11c. This means a saving for you.
Omaha Electric Light & Power Co.
CEORCE H. HARRIES, Preaidtnt
Maximum Electric Lighting Rates have been reduced ap
proximately 40 within two years, due to physical im
provement and growth of business.
A Wash Fabric Offering
Accumulation of full bolts and remnants from our many July
clearing sales, both domestic and imported dress fabrics for
blowM and drag, children'! frocks, etc. Materials such as
plain and printed riik crvDe. tilk ttrine crDe. brocadd ratine.
Iailk ttripc voile, colored linen and embroid- f f
rmd crepe- 27, J 6 and 42 inches wide; I
worth to 75c. special Tuesday, yard. ' VW
ViWn'i Silk Liil Veiti
Kayser make, food sizes,
silk ribbon trimmed. Worth
to 3 So, spe
cial for one
Oddi&Eoda Silk Glores
Long and short silk
gloves, mostly blacks; pure
silk, double finger tipped, on
sale Tuesday for-
c a pair
2 Embroidery Specials
45 and 64-Inch Kinbroldrrd All
overs and Houncliuia, in awlss,
batiste and voile; very pretty
doHlRns. Special values ng
worth to 11.00 yard. SOC
18 Inch dainty floral and eyelet
embroidered designs In Cornet
Cover Embroideries, and Klounc
I nit, cambrlo and Swiss, spe
cial values worth to 25c, n
Women's Silk Hose
Women's Fiber Silk Bool
Mose, in all the new shoe
shades; also silk lisle with
double garter tops, spliced
heels and toes;
25c quality, spe
$2.25 Spreads at $1.85
These are the heary crochet kind, extra large size; plain
hemmed or scalloped cut cornered ends; all 4 OP
pretty patterns. Special, while the lot lasts, I J4K
Tuesday, each tA iww.
linn' - . tv
Will occupy 11.000 Square Fact
ef rieee , Which Wt Think
le the Meat Evtr Dvt4 te a thee
rL 'i nl II
If ' .
fllW X'C' "laaliai 1
JHUF-BJ L-JJ-U.lt 1 III I 111 I I'M
SELL IT TODAY!
If you have one or more pieces ot
furniture . in your home which you no
longer need, advertise It In the "For SeJe'
Column of THE OMAHA BBS.
There may be several people watchinc
the "For Sale" Column for the very
pieces of furniture you caa ecu.
' Telephone to the ClasaKled Advertising
Department and we will be pleased to
assist you In writing your Ad.
THE OMAHA BEE
C1ifltj IK' pari men t
1U4 Bee Hid. Tyler lOOo.
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