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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6. 1015.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Wainr Xfwrs Flholm, Jeweler.
LladenUrt, Tailor 08 Paxton Blx,
Bar. Boot Prist It N fnn KtmI
Xtaade Limpi, 8So Burgrss-Orandrn
Freight Boatti Cm Today All of
the local freight houses will b closed
th la afternoon on account of the floral
Mardis 0ts Xospltal CoatrBct Tha
contract for tha addition to Bt Cather
ine's hospital haa been let to the J. C.
Manila Construction company.
"Todea-i omatrt !m gisgiasa
ataeatfled eectlon today, and appvars la
t Im EXCLUSIVELY, rind out what
Ua rart.ua moving picture theatsra after.
To ian Ctty for Odd Fellows At th
request of S. K. Greenlpaf, the city Corn
ell agreed to maintain the special street
Illuminations on the evenlnga of October
II, 19 and 20 In honor of the grand lodge ,
meeting of tha Odd Fellows.
Taah Manufacturers Cemlng Be
tween 100 and 150 delegates are expectcvl
to attend the meeting her of tha Na
tional Association of Galvanised Tank
Manufacture October 11 and 11 The
bureau of publicity haa aent out soma
2W Invitations to prospective delegates.
Oo to Prison Congress En route to
their national convention In San Fran
cisco some seventy-five delegates to the !
American Prison congress went throunh
Omaha over the Burlington, occupying
four care on one of the regular trains.
They remained In Omaha ten minutes.
Behoea of Saw? Kotal rite Mark
Hemenway, a farmer. Is suing John O.
Crelghton. who was owner of the Pewey
hotel when It burned February 2.5, 1914,
for $20,000 damages for Injuries alleged
received aa a result of the fire. He
chargea that the hotel did not have ade
quate fire escapes.
Civil Service Exame Examination
for civil service appointments will be held
at the Omaha federal building November
2, t and 4. Among the occupations for
which examinations will be given are
physiological chemist, aeronautical engi
neer, electrical draftsman, engineer,
plumber and mechanic, assistant In fish
Investigations, Inspectors or ordnance and
of Umber, marine draftsman, physical
loboratorlan and assistant In dry land
TO GUT OUT NOISE
ON CONCERT NIGHT
Governor Black Promitei Zone of
Quiet Around Auditorium for the
PROGRAM OF MUCH EXCELLENCE
Innumerable suggestions both in
person and by mall have come to the
retailers committee In charge of the
Charity Concert course, whose first
concert will be the Boston Symphony
Butler and Hummel" '
Havo Spat in the
City Council Hall
City Commissioners Hummel and Puller
engaged In another bloodless battle dur
ing a meeting of the city council commit
tee of the whole.
"You're Just peeved." said Hummel.
"I am not peeved. I Just want thlnga
run In a businesslike way," retorted
"You're not the whole city commission,
nor you can t be bigger than any other
commissioner," waa the next broadside
from the Hummel trenches.
"Well, I'm going to see that tilings are
orchestra, at the Auditorium on next "" according to law," waa the counter t
"You are butting Into other depart-
ments. I don't butt Into your department, !
do 1?" i
"That's what wa are here for, to butt
Into each other's department when we
Information as to
Rooms for Visitors
to Be Given Free
Thursday evening, in regard to abat
ing the noises on the carnival
grounds during the program.
Mr. Charles E. Black, chairman of
the entertainment committee of Ak-Sar-Ben,
has arranged for absolute
quiet as far as disturbing elements on
the carnival grounds are concerned,
and in an Interview yesterday
stated most emphatically that those
in attendance at the concert will not
be disturbed in the least from out
Boston gymphnny 1roarram.
The program which rr. Karl Muck has
arranged for the concert to be given
Thursday evening, October 7. by the Bos
ton Fymphony Orchestra is one of un
usual charm, one which contains many
styles. The composers represented are
Heethoven, Wagner, Rlmsky-Korsakoff,
Blxet and Llsst, wherein one sees two of
the greatest masters of Germany, the
greatest technical master of Russia, the
man who In aomo respects may be re
garded aa the greatest talent of French
music and Hungary's greatest genius.
Peethoven la represented by his sym
phony In A major, No. 7, the work which
aee things going wrong."
"Well, don't butt Into my department."
The trouble waa over the failure of the
Recreation board, of which Commissioner
Hummel la chairman, to send In the
namea of a few employee for confirma
tion by the city council.
TO LAY CORNERSTONE OF
FIRST PREBYTERIAN SOON
Within a week or two, the cornerstone
of the new First Presbyterian church, 1
Thirty-fourth and Farnam atreeta, will j
be laid. It will mark another step In i
the growth of the city and Ita churchee.
A committee, consisting of the pastor, ;
Rev. Kdwln Hart Jenks, and the church j
treasurer, H. A. Doud, la now arranging
the details for the cornerstone laying and
trying to select a suitable data. A large ;
copper box has already been partly filled
Wagner once called "the apotheosis of I with papers and records, and will be
the dance." The first sketches of this
symphony were made probably before
mi, or even 1810. The composition waa
begun In the spring of 1812 and the work
published In 1S16. The first performance
of the symphony was In Vienna la the
large hall of the university December 8,
1813. In bad an enormoua success.
Waxier on Heethoven.
In his "The Art Work of the Future,"
Richard Wagner said of this symphony:
"To give his tone-shapes that aame
compactness, that directly cognisable
and physically sure stability, which hu
witnessed with such blessed solace n
Nature'a own phenomena this was the
soul of the Joyous impulse which created
for us that glorious work, tne Symphony
In A-maJor. All tumult, all yearning and
storming of the heart, become here the
So many out-of-town visitors are al
ready here or coming Boon to attend the
Ak-Sar-Ben festivities that all Omaha
hotels will be crowded throughout tha
week and many extra rooms In private
houses will be needed for the throng.
Ak-Sar-Ben's free Information bureau
at Fifteenth and Harney atreeta already I blissful Insolence of Joy. which Bnatchos
has a list of 400 rooms, and will give ! U8 wy wlth bacchanalian might and
service without charge in locating the : bear UB thr"Ch the roomy space ot
vltlaora In comfortable rooms near thj ! mature, through all the atreama and seas
carnival while they are here. ' "te- shouting In glad sclf-consclous-
Omahans having rooms for rent that ne" we ,read throughout the unl
are not yet listed at the Information bu- ! vpr" the dar1n measures of this human
reau are urged to llt them at once, ao ! Phre-Jnce- This symphony Is the
th hiiiiuu mnv hiva mulfl mmmnri.. , apotheosis of dance Itself ; It is dance in
tlona for the crowds. The bureau phone
number la Douglas 8312.
Here is One Woman
Who Can Drive Nail
Miss .Bertha Uchnovsky, clerk In the
Recreation board office In the city hall,
haa demonstrated her ability to drive
rails without amaahlng her fingers or
breaking one of the commandments.
While putting away for the winter a
lot of summer play apparatus It was
necessary to drive some nails. Superin
tendent Engtiah was busy moving his
household effects to a new location, so
she set herself to the task and drove
the nails aa straight as a skilled car
penter. Secretary Carlson of Commissioner
Hummers office and Assistant Park Su
perintendent Redman watched the young
woman with interest. They offered to
assist, but she refused their aid.
Mich Uchnovaky save she can handle
a saw and aeea no reason why a woman
should not know how to drive a nail or
saw a board.
is On Display Again
Its highest aspect, as It were the loftiest
deed of bodily motion Incorporated In
an ideal mould of tone."
Other Great Numbers.
The Wagner number will be the bril
liant and diamatlc overture of tils earlier
opera, "The inlng Dutchman.", Rlmsky
Korsakoff s "Caprice on Spanish Thems''
Is a most remarkable orchestral tour le
force In which the Russian, despite ms
antecedents and his national tialts, re
produces most wonderfully the atmos
phere of the dance halls of Seville,
Bizet Is represented by the first suite
from the exquisite muslo be wrote for
Daudet's play, "LArleslenpe," while the
final number on the program, ' Lea Pre
ludes." la the finest of Liszt's symphonic
placed w'.thln the cornerstone at part of
BIGGEST THING OF
Local People Rushed Through
out Saturday and Monday
to Obtain Premier
Demand for Tanlac Already
Great Ingredients come
Rules for Autos
During the Parades
After being damaged by the wind last
week, the Ak-Sar-Ben dirigible balloon
at the carnival grounds haa been repaired
and is again Inflated and on exhlblton
there. It la one of the free attractions.
Governors Gould Diets and Randall K,
Brown purchased It at an army sale.
Balloonist Huntley Is scheduled to make
dally ascensions with his spherical gas '
bag and stage an aerlel bombardment of found
the city If weather conditions are favor
able, ha will go up every afternoon at 4
"Kareless" Kennedy's sensational slide
for life will occur every evening at 9
o'clock. With gasoline flames leaping
from his asbestos clothing, he will slide
from the top of the City National bank
building over the King's Highway to the
Savoy hotel, while hanging from a thin
wire by a rubber bit gripped between his
DEACON BREWSTER D!ES
AT HOME IN IRVINGT0N
1RVINGTON, Neb.. Oct 4. Deacon S.
C. Brewster, pioneer of this stale and
actively Identified with the Congrega
tional church, died at the age of 83, fol
lowing a stroke of paralysis.
Ho waa born In New York atate and at
tha age of 19 went to California, return
ing to his native atate and later deciding
to settle in Nebraska. Ha arrived here
in a wagon during 1S58. In 1862 he was
married to Sarah Taylord, daughter ot
the Rev. Taylord, pl.meer Congregatlon
alist of this state.
Aa member of the atate legislature In
the early days he drove to Lincoln In a
wagon. Mrs. Brewster and four children.
Mrs. O. T. Noyce of Crete. Neb.; Mrs
Carl e. Hlbbard of Omaha, Clarence
Brewster of Benson and Ernest Brewster
of Oklahoma, are the surviving members
of the family.
Funeral services will be held at the
Congregational church Tuesday at 130.
Burial wUl In Mount Hape cemetery.
HAS OPERATION THAT HE
MAY GO TO ANNAPOLIS
After being appointed to Annapolis by
Congressman Hlia.llenbe.rger and coming
to Omaha for phys cal examination.
Allan D. Blatkledge of Red Cloud found
that he would not be physical y eligible
to the national navy school without sub
mitting to a minor operation. He de
cided to have the operation perfonnud
la order to enter the academy.
The demand In Omaha for Teniae, the
new preparation that la accomplishing
such surprising results In so many In
stances of stomach, kidney and catarr
hal troubles In the larger cities, la al
ready great and la ateadlly Increasing.
AU day Saturday, aa well aa Monday,
a continuous stream of people visited
the Sherman & McConncll Drug eom-
pany'a store. Sixteenth and Dodge streets, i
to Inquire about the medicine, to see how
the preparation waa distributed, and to
learn Just what Tanlae actually looks !
like. Many had their minds all made up j
and almoly said: "I wajit Tanlac." The I
beginning of the Introduction of Tanlac
waa therefore the blggeat thing of the
kind ever before aeen in Omaha.
In this connection, the Sherman & Mo
Connell Drug Company said:
"We have secured the exclusive aalo
and distribution of Tanlao In Omaha and.
Judging from the reports which have
preceded the preparation from other cit
ies, where Tanlac Is now In large de
mand, we feel that we have been. Indeed, i
fortunate in securing the agency tor this I
Captain of Police Michael Dempaey . "he Policy of our atore. which la well ,
nouncea the following ru.es that will be Known to everyone, naa aiwaya oeen one
In vogue during the Ak-Sar-Ben parades. t liberal conservatism. We first belle vo i
this afternoon and Wednesday night. " Investigating a preparation, and tr it .
Motorists and occupants of all convey- Is a meritorious one. to lend our encoui-
ancea take notice: I ageraent to Its exploitation. The best Is !
On Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets Just good enough.
from Douglas to Harney cars will not ue "Tanlac, while a new preparation, 1
parked In the middle of tne street, as comes to us with a reputation or real
usual, but will line the curb, and face merit. Leading druggists In the elUee ,
Th". -. H.iit 1 .... L. ! .1 I nhara Ilia m.rilcln.1 haft hMn Intptwt llnail 1
iun n v. iaiuMiii u j wro ffui m.u uui'i j - . ..... .... - .... .
forth on Nineteenth atreet north of Far- I state that the aalo of Tanlao haa been
nam. South of Farnam on Nlneteemn unprecedented.
the street will be kept open. "The Taylor-Isaacs Drug Company of
No parking along tha line of march will ! Louisville, Ky.. recently sold thirty thou-
be countenanced during either parade, i sand bottles of Tanlac within a period of
At 8 o'clock Wedneaday evening, every ninety daya. When It la considered that
vehicle on the line of march will )e the demand la confined to one prepars
forced to enter the nearest cross street tlon such a sale must be due to one
Cars that have no occupants and are thing merit"
untenanted on the line of maivit I John A. Bornhauser, who la In Omaha
will be moved by officials Into the cross directing the Introduction of Tanlao,
streets, regardless of the whereabouts t ' said:
the owner. "It is Just as we expected. No one
"If these rules are ooeerved." aad should be surprised by the tremendous
Captain Dempaey, "a great deal of trou
ble will be avoided, and owners, will not
be forced to spend time In searching for
their machines, buggies or wsgona after
the parade haa past"
foigki and Colds Daaaeroaa.
Don't wait, take Dr. King's New D la
cove ry now. It will help your cough
and soothe the lungs. 60c. All drug
MAYOR URGES BUSINESS
MEN TO CLOSE TUESDAY
Mayor Jamea C. Dajilman has Issued
a proclamation urging the buslneaa men
of Omaha to close their establishments
for a part of this afternoon so that
their employes may view the Ak-8ar-Ben
floral parade. The proclamation is as
Wednesday, September 2fl. there entered
within our Lord, rs bis moot Rjyal illah
nena King Ak-Sai-Hen the Twenty First
Tuesday. October 6, ia the day of the
automobile pa-ade. when the King's sub
jects wjll Pttimrfw in all the guiusnesa
of the flower kiiimlnin . ,.i, un.
the ttty of Omaha, we should show our
appreciation of the efforts put forth for
our entertainment, hy disix-n Inn with t
Luln on the afternoon ot Vtulmr 4 '
Therefore. I. Jamva C !:.!..
of the city of Omaha, do lier.jl.v ire. and
suggest, that the buniii. aa nn-o of Oiiu,ha
clone their plscea of buMneca for at lat
a portion of the afternoon on Tuesday
October K. that their employee may view
demand for Tanlac after It ia taken Into
consideration that the Ingredients, or me
dicinal elements, which make Tanlac,
come from many remote aectlons of the
earth, such aa the Alps. Appenlnea, Py
renneea, Russian Aala, Europe. Jamaica.
Brazil. West Indies. Persia, India, Eng
land, France. Germany, Mexico, Colum
bia and Peru.
"In our principal laboratory, under the
efficient direction of Joseph Trtmbach.
a native German chemist, these medlcl- '
nal herba, barks, roots and flowers are 1
assembled In the rough and painstaking- j
ly developed so as to obtain that high
standard of efldeney ahown by the uni
form preparation Tanlac
"In sterilised bottles made expressly
for the purpose, Tanlae Is placed, labeled
and cartoned. The preparation Is In
spected again, and then packed for ship
ment to points over the world where the
demand requires. Tanlac'a suceis will
grow steadily greater." Advertisement.
and enjoy life
May B Stroaar.
whether In the home or
If they can keep at bay
peculiar to their aex. If
Valuable Discovery in
Com flexion B autifier
Because of Ita peculiar cower of ab
sorption, also because It aervea every
emoillent purpose, ordinary niercolUd
wax la per hape the most valuable com
plexion beautliler discovered wltuln re
cent years. It one uses thla aha needs no
toilet cieam. borne use powder af er
ward, but this la not neceaoary. This
rule for applying murculixed wax baa
beon found very satisfactory : Wash the
race with warm water, drying lightly.
I Before thoroughly dry, anoint the face
witn tne wax, out oon i ruo it in. The
favorite m-flir iji to liM hefor ratlritiir
remedy, rrade from root mid herba. goes ! knowing It to remain on all nlabt and
wnanuig u on in mo uiuiiuiih wiin warm
every woman realised how Lydla E. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound, that simple
to the root of the trouble snd overcomes
such symptoms aa backache, headache,
nervousness, and Irritability, they would
be healthier, happier and stronger. If
you suffer flora any form of female 111a
why don't you try it? It will pay you
to do ao. uVdverlUement
water. All druggists have this wax in
original one-oumn lacknues.
For the removal of a wrinkled or Tabby
condition there a nothing belter than to
batna the face In a solution made br dla-
feolvlnn 1 ounce powdered aaxollte in W
- . . l i r, .1. i ....
pun lien nt-i. iY-n-i n-iuj rvMuiie are
I tul-giy noiiccauis. Aaveruaemeat.
. I made: in 4
- lOMAIKl A
I Ill 1 . , , f "
While Celebrating Ak-Sar-Ben
Talk, Use and Serve Omaha-Made Goods
This Week While Your Guests Are in Town
AK-SAR-BEN is a festivity set aside each year for honoring Ne
braska activities. AK-SAR-BEN recalls to and impresses upon our
minds the wonderful progress of Nebraska's industrial enterprises.
OMAHA is the heart of Nebraska's manufacturing industry. Omaha
manufacturers furnish a close and profitable market for Nebraska's raw
products; they employ thousands of Nebraska laborers; money spent
witn them is kept at home for the benefit of other Nebraska industries.
In what way CAN Nebraskans boost for their state and themselves
to a better advantage than by boosting for Omaha-Made goods.
This week, while your out-in-the-state guests are here, bring home to
them the importance of Omaha's factories. Be loyal to your city
talk, use and serve Omaha-Made goods. Send your guests home with
an appreciation of Omaha manufacturing industries. And then they,,
too. will boost for our home enterprises.
Seat Omaha, W.b-
KEEP THIS LIST FOR
BEWI-OIUU Bid CO llth aad
Jackson Bts., Sooglas HO.
DmAKS-WXZ.X.XAMm.KOVITT CO. 134
aaa Hickory, Song las 1043.
OMAXA BOTTUVa CO, , llth
tit., Lioug.aa 1100.
X.OU-.ajats' BOTTLIaTO CO, IMS
VreMUt ait, beagias 73M.
OMAKA BOX CO,
star 4 IS.
SOOHmgg-OIX'nrci CO (Omata ribre
a Oorrugat.a Boa Co.), loth aad
Leaveawurva, Douglas 113.
TOM BBBWTSrO CO, ISIS BhaTamaB
Ave, Wabetsr 881.
"II laswua CO, ath aaa lurw.
worth, Douglas 1498.
rmso nnii itiwno co m
Avenn. and Boulevard, Trier 480.
fBTTXB IBIWU8 CO, 80th had T
ftt. taouvh 8).
WIX.X.OW Brmxxoa bbbwxbto co, m
aaa JUekory ate, Douglas 1400.
BrrDBAVUO BB.XBB BBICX CO, 18ft
W. O, W. Blag, Boua-iaa S09.
BUTCHERS' and PACKERS' TOOLS
C. B. IJTM CO, 1610 Capitol Ave,
CASCO Put LI It Y AND CHICK FEED,
CORN MEAL, ETC.
CABCO alXLIia CO, 14th and rear
ats, rjuoueat Dong-. 14TS or 078.
CEMENT BLOCK MANUFACTURERS
OMAXA COXCXKTB BTOXB CO, V.
w. Cor. sou Are. aaa Bahlar, Wb
9. a. O'XXIXX CO.
YOi.OE.LS A DXXXIXQ CO. 1818.18
aeass Bt, Donglaa 8.
COUCHES AN1 MATTRESSES
fc. O. SO OP CO. 1801
01.11 Boaglaa BU
COFFEE, TEA AND SPICES
rAXaczm-ousOx co. na nth .
oxxnax.AatiixiCAjr corrsa CO,
1117-18 Dae Ml, Deaguka YlSe,
STXX BISCUIT CO, Capital Are, lath
te 13ta a la, Boaglaa 8184.
TAZK1C0XT CXXAKXBT CO. 18th aaa
Jou.a fcta, Doajlaa 1401.
WAIlBLOO CKXAMJ.AT CO, 1817
hvowata ht. Dougias 1408.
COMMISSION, PRODUCE, ETC.
XIKCKXXAVX A BOX, IX O, l30e.ll
Muward at, Douglas 44 4.
ILEX A CO. WIX.&OW CXXXXOB DtS.
1UI.UK, 8818 Howard Bt, Doug
OKCAKA XX.XUTXIO X.IOXT A XOWXX
CU, U. X. Biag, Doagiaa IMA
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND
BVmoXBB-OXAXDXX Co, 1811 Saw.
MS Sit, If Mr ML
BAXBX BBOB. XXOXATXX8) CO. U1B
steward Bt, Douglae 8688.
XUKKXXT ZSTILOFl CO. 41T Be,
18th ht, Douglas 8S1.
OMAXA rixTUXX A SUTXXY CO.
414-18-18 Be. 18th Bt. Deugiaa 8784.
VTDIXX MTZ.UXO CO,
Ars, WebetM OS.
BTAXDAXD ITTXXACX A BVPTXY
CO, 411.13 So. lHh Ot, DougUa 808.
(X.eblt all oast aad Wit ail ete.!
You need have no fear
that Omaha-Made goods
will not make good they
WILL. Omahans are a
goods are manu
factured especially to
satisfy that desire for the
best And then, Omaha
Made goods cost loss
no excessive freight rates
are added to their selling
price. You may depend
upon it that Omaha-Made
goods of the same quality
will cost you less or that
for the same money you
will secure better quality.
When yon bay Omaha'
Made goods, the reputa
tion and financial respon
sibility of yoar own home
people gaarantees to you
the BEST QUALITY and
the GREATEST P0SSI
can supply any ordinary
want. Perhaps you do
not realize how compre
hensive this industry is.
Note the two columns of
different factories and
the goods they make.
Practically every desire
you have can bo supplied
by these firms. Clip out
the list. Use it for a refer
enceand the next time
ycu order manufactured
products of any descrip
tion Look over this list, see
if you can't buy Omaha-Made
Omaha retailers and
keep your money at
home and at work.
1800 Xswaxa an.
KEEP THIS LIST FOR
roi'N DRIES Casting And Saab
OMaXA rOVXSSY COMPAXT. COT
jackaoa St. Doagiaa 8438.
XATIOSfAX TVS A TAXXXX0 CO.
18A Bo. 13th at. Tries 180.
OMAXA QaB CO.
OMAXA XAT TACTOXT, 1381 Doagiaa
Bt. Doagiaa 4484.
rxor&x-s icx a cold btoxaox oo.
1884 Chisago Bt, Daaglas 80.
OMAXA SCX A COZ.D SXOXAOX OO.
Mocagae Xlh. 18th aad Dodge Bta.
XAKZX ICX MACXXXS CO, 18th aad
Atohelaa bta, Doug-iaa 1M1.
XOXTAXXa KAVXDXT Co. 1T0S YUf
toa Bt, Dougiae 88M.
XncXAZO. UVIMT CO. 18070-11
JachBoa Bt, Doagiaa 818.
BUaUVAX LAVsoai, aaOA-ia Xaraam
Bt, Baraey 17T1.
tVAWXBXCX BXOV ft LB AS CO, a.
tw.jr aouva Wutaaa. Deugiaa 1888.
OO, 1111 Xajtaaaa Bt.
Bxixxax MAxxnrAOTVxnro co.
14th aad Jaeaaoa ats. lMf 188,
. X. BLOOM A CO, 1708 Cuaalac Bl,
Souglaa 870. ,
lw t. xicxoxwib orb co, ao4 xaud
Biag. Douglas 3fi.
PACKING HOUSE PRODUCTS
WITT AXO COMVAXT. Boath Oaaaha.
AB.MOOX A OO. Boath Oautaa. nlk
MIRRORS And ART GLASS WINDOWS
BUDDAXS ODABS A XAXXT OO. llth
aaa Jaowattt. Avuglaa Tl.
XAXKXBB XXAZ.TY tXTXBTatXX
CO. ur.oad Xleer Bee Big. D.ag.
PRINTERS BOOK AND JOB
Omaxa xbuxtixo oo. lath aaa ra.
k.ui, Douaiaa 4d.
COXXY A MoKXXSIX. 1407 KaraaF Bt,
J. X. XAXXT A CO, aia-lf Boath 18th
t, Douglas MS.
BXriAXOX BTAXCX OO, 8880 Caaalag
at, Douglaa 170.
O. X. BXXVM CO, 8838 & Bt. Intt
Oataha. Beath 4o3.
A7XTXX& BEXTTM OO.
OMAXA BXXUM OO, 401 X. 834 Bt,
South Omaha, Bouth SSSg.
OXAIX BtIT BOXTAY CO, loth B.
ohaage Xlda". Bouth Omaha. Be. 84.
TANKS, CULVERTS, GRAIN BINS,
AND OIL DRUMS
STBXXABKA A IOWA BTXIt, TAXI
CO, 1301 Bpraoe Bt, Wefceter 87A
TENTS AND AWNINGS
BCOTT.OMAXA TXWT AXX AWXTWO)
CO. llth aad Xeraey Bta, Doag. 8sA
CRAVATS, BELTS, PURSES, POCKET
BOOKS and SI SPENDERS
BMTTX. IOCKWOOD MTO. CO, 8383
beath lath St. Deaglas SSfil.
TIN CANS AND SHEET METAL
OOBDOX XJLWXXSX OO. sth aad
Doage Bts, Doagiaa SM.
OMAXA WOOD WOXXEBT0) OO, 1801
Aaarsjr Douglas 884A
PAXTOX A OAlUSiia. 701-11 Aoath
loth Bt, Douglas 8A
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