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NEW IINIHIJ WUXHYV i
UUU U1UU11 1JJI.Va
NEEDED AT ONCE
Present 8trutur3 Entirely Inade
quate to Handle Needs of City,
Which Deserves Better.
ITRST IMPXESSION IS BAD
THK l.KK: OMAHA, TV MSI ) AY, MAKCH 7, 1!1f.
Omaha business men without ex
cpptlon are with The Bee In Its de
mand for better union depot facilities
in Omaha. When interviewed upon
the subject, without hesitation they
erpress their opinions, all being
unanimous in their conviction that
the union depot here is not In keep
ing with the Importance of the busi
ness Interests of the city.
Many of the business men when
Interviewed point to the fact that
scattered all over the United States,
cities nowhere as large as Omaha
and none of them doing the volume
of business transacted by this city,
have union stations that are far su
perior in all respects. The business
men here when approached upon the
subject of a union station, point to
the fact that the one here Is out of
date, totally inadequate and worst of
all is a continual bad advertisement
for strangers passing through the
The following are the opinions of
)ow business men of the city look
Ipon the depot situation as it exists
t this time;
Railroad Good Walters.
Edwin 8. Jewell Most of people now
JMnft In Omaha will be dead before we
vcr get a Union depot here, If the rail
road are an slow about It aa they were !
In Chicago. The Illinois Central there haj
. an old shack of a depot for many, many
years, that would not have made a decent
cow shed. Railroads figure that a depot
is a dead expense. an that if they bulM
the finest depot in the world, not one
more passenger will ride their lines by
reason of the new depot. So they wait
just as long as they can before build
ing. C. S. Hay ward The present Bo-cal'.ei
Vnlon depot here is wholly inadequate
' (or the purposes for which it Is Intended
and it is a shame taac a c:ty of the sir
and Importance of Omaha has to put tip j
ii.ti iu i ntrre are lew viues or nan ine
sliest Omaha that do not have. better
Union depot facilities. It is a back num
ber, antiquated style and not only much
too small, but entirely out of date.
Aita Dealers' Views.
W. E. Foshler With the buslnoas that
Omaha Is giving the railroads it Is tod
bad that they do not appreciate It to at
least the extent of giving the city a union
fetation that would at least be re J porta
ble. To people entering a city their im
pression Is generally formed by the
front that is put up. Enter Omaha from
any direction and be landed at the Vnlon
depot and the front that Is presented
leads one to' the belief that the city Is
run down and of little Importance. They
get this idea from the Union depot that
Is little more than a shed a depot that
would be a disgrace to a city of 25,000
inhabitants. Here we have a city of
' 100,000 or more, one of the most activw
and energetlo in the country, and still
we are forced to put up with whatever
the railroads see fit to give us in the
war of a union station. I believe It la
high time for the Commercial club, the
Improvement clubs, the . other clvlo or
ganizations and the citizens generally to
' take some action in the premises. We
ought to get together and present a Solid
front and demand a union station that
would be a credit to Omaha. Either place
It on the present site or somewhere .la,
but let us unite In. our demands and
Insist upon a depot that would be com-
mensurate with the Importance of the
city. Omaha has been pretty good to the
railroads and it Is high time they com
menced being good to Omaha.
All Shoold Worlc Tosjetfcer.
W. B. Weeks-We ought to have a bet
.tcr union depot, and Ibelleve that If the
people will get behind a movement, han
dled In the right way, the railroads will
give us what we are entitled to in the
premises. We are pouring money Into
the railroad treasuries and they ought to
reciprocate to the extent of erecting a
' structure here that would be a credit to
the city. They have done it elsewhere,
and there Is no reason why they should
not do something for Omaha. Omaha has
never akcd the railroads for much, and
now It is high time that we get together
nnd make our demands and then follow
them up. We will never accomplish any
thing by silting around waiting for the
railroads to take the initiative. . There Is
no city that I know of that does not have
a much better depot than Omaha. The
depot that we do have Is of such a char
acter that it gives strangers passing
through on the tralna a bad Impression 1
or the flty, to ay iothing of Its being
entirely inadequate to cur needs.
TWELVE SCARLET CASES
REPORTED OVER SUNDAY
There were fifty-four new scarlet fever
rases last week, as against sixty-five the
previous week. A gradual decrease is
noted by the health commissioner.
The following scarlet lever deaths have
been reported: George Shea, 1, 1325 South
Thirty-first; Mildred A. Hart well, IS, 2014
North Eighteenth; William Gilbert, 12,
2476 Houth Eighteenth.
Twelve new cases reported during the
laot forty-eight hours, as follows:
Fthy I.andrork, 6)S North Twenty-first
Kdiih K'm, 3b-M Farnam.
Mrs. Pullen. :f Florence houVevard.
I'oimld flnrev, South Eighteenth.
Uarol.l Miller. :!17 t-aiRtona.
Amanda Mlarqtiard, Z'H South Thirty
tbr1. ' Holgnr Uannerup. K.'l Pouth Twenty-
Sllmore. 321 North Twenty-fifth.
.Maryetta ( onlan. 17ia Cass.
Mary paiiey, 26 North Thirtieth.
Helen Dahlstrom. .'018 Bancroft. ,
FORTY-FIVE DARK-HUED i
DAMSELS ARE PINCHED I
Sunday Frank Hugley. 4IS North Foui
teenth street, was robbed of 4U and
It. -A. Warwick lost 190. Yesterday
the police dragn-t captured forty-five
(rijsky damsels, who were, taken to head
quarters for investigation regarding the
RELIEF FUND BOOSTED AT
In response to an appeal made by J. H.
I.'msky at the betrothal reception given
t y Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Welnstetn for Mlsi
rtrse Burnstein snd Mr. Myer Krlndel,
Mini's y evening, the sum of V'.'V) was
raised for . the Jewish war sufferer' re
Here is our guess: You would swell with civic pride that you didn't know
you possessed. Omaha stock, in your estimation, would begin to climb. You
would find, the dealer who handled Omaha-Made goods and tell him all about
that trade mark and Omahawould boost for your home town as you never
boosted before. .
You can see that trade mark in your travels see it in every state in the
union, in South America, Africa, Europe, Australia and the Orient, for Omaha
Made goods are sold in practically every country. '
But why wait
your support more
BAG M AVUF ACTUR ERS
BBMI8-OMASA BAD CO, lit aa
Jaokaoa Bta, Douglas 1109.
BOILER MAKERS .
DBAatB-WIXJXAMS-MOtrBrT CO. S3d
and aaiokory. Douglas 1043.
, OMASA BOTTUVa 00 CIS So. lHh
St, Douglas 1100.
Bx.otrr-sxxxBT BOTTLxaro co, laoa
W.bstM St, Douglas 7388.
. OMAHA BOX CO, East Omaha, Wt fe
XOaSMS-OTXiTirO CO., (Omaha ribr.
V - Corrugated Box Co.), 18th aad
. XaT.aworta. Sous: las 113.
BTOBX BXBWXira CO, 181 Bhsrmaa
ATS, W.bst.r 881.
cxts bbbwxbo co, 'eta aaa x,.aT.a-
worth. Dooglaa 1498,
nis nut) ssuswnra co, xiif
Atud and Bool.vard, Trior 420.
JITTEB BBBWXBO CO.. 80th and T
sta. (Booth a).
VIUOW BrXXBTGrfl BBBWXBO CO. 31
and Siokorr Bta, Douglas 130.
BTDBACXXO FXJBSS BBICK CO, 130B
W. O. W. Bldg, Doug las 909.
BUTCHERS' and PACKERS' TOOLS
O. B. irrn CO, isio Capitol at4
CASCO POULTRY AND CHICK FEED,
(JOHN MEAL. ETC.
CAaOO KIUIIO CO., 14th and Faul
Bts., Phoussi Dong-. 1478 or 878.
CEMENT BLOCK MANUFACTURERS
OMAHA COBTCXBTB BTOSTB CO, B.
W. cor. 88th Ats. and 8 abler, w.b
9. J. O'BBXXB CO, 801-11 Douglas St
OXOXX.B ft DXBBIWO CO. 1818.1
Joa.s 8V, Dooglaa 808.
COUCHES AND MATTRESSES
X.. O. DOU CO. 101 VlohoUa lu
COFFEE, TEA AND SPICES
YABMXBV-OXiBOBr CO, 118 Bo. 11th B4
axiBMAB-AMZxxcAST corrxB OO.
1117-1 Dodg. W, Dooglaa T18.
ITBBT BZSCTTIT CO, Capitol ATS, 18th
to 13th Bts. Dooglaa 8133.
CRAVATS, BELTS, PURSES, POCKET
BOOKS and SUSPENDERS
BMXTK. X.OCBWOOD MTO. CO, 838
Booth 13th St, Dooglaa 83B1.
rAzmaxoBTT omajubt co lata sad
Job. Hts, Dooglaa 1401.
WATEXX.OO OBXAMXBT CO. HIT
Howard St, Daoglas 140.
COMMISSION, PRODUCE, ETC.
xxmcxBBAtrv m bob. nro, 1aoa.1i
K.ward at, Dooglaa 434.
XX.ZB 8t CO. WXX.X.OW BTBXWOB Bit,
TU.X.BBT. 831-3 B.waxd St, Doaf.
m0 , -,,''''''!!
until you. meet it abroad to give it the
at home. Boost for it here, where you
tunities boost for it by Buying, Us
ing and Serving Omaha-Made goods.
The manufacturers would not ask this if
. it were not to your own interest to patronize
their factories. You get better quality the
success of their product in other fields proves
this and you get lower prices, for there are n6
freight charges in the selling cost; and you in
crease your own prosperity by keeping your
money at home where it will help Omaha grow.
The manufacturers believed that if these facts were
called to your attention more Omaha-Made goods would
be sold in Omaha. That's why they have been telling you
for nearly a year about Omaha factories. Nor have they
been disappointed, for home consumption of Omaha pro
ducts has increased enormously. But they know there are
. a lot of home folks who haven't yet formed the habit of
looking for the Omaha trade mark. . ,
. When you make your next purchase, ask if the arti
cle was made in Omaha.' If it wasn't, demand an Omaha
Made product. You will encourage the dealer to handle
. Omaha-Made Goods.
Cut out and save the list of Omaha manufacturers in
this ad. They want you to compare their goods with the
products from the factories in other cities.
OMAKA BI.XCTBUO UOIT i FOWBB
CO., V. T. Bldg, Dooglaa 104A
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND
BTjravOXSS-OBABDXB Oo, 1511 Bow.
ard 8t, TjUr 881.
ENGRAVERS ELECT ROTYPERS
BdBTXB BBOB. XBOBATIBQ OO, 1818
B.ward Bt, Dooglaa seas.
bxtbxx,bt xrrax.ora co. 417 bo.
18th at, DougUs 891.
OMAXA nXTTTBB k BTTTrXT CO
414-18-18 80. 18th St., Dooa-las 8734.
TTFDIXB MIX.X.XW0) CO.
At., W.bstar 48.
KOINDH1KS 'astlDg and Saah
OMABA rODWDBT COMTABT, . t
Jscksoa St. Dooglaa 843A
batxobax, nrm a tab-btzbo) co.
185 BO. 13th Bt, TTlsr 10.
OMABA OAS CO. 1808 Bo ward Bt
OMASA BAT XAOTOBT, 1381 Domgla
Bt. Douglas 444.
BOVX.K'B XCB 8) OOX.D BTOBAOB OO.
1384 Chicago St, Dooglaa 80.
OMABA XCB 8)
OOX.D BTOBAOB CO.
18th aad Bdg. Bts
muni 1 t m t. . .,t. . .....
I' MADE, IN
fry"! u.s.a V
glad hand?. It needs
have so many oppor-
ICK MACHINES I
lint 1 era worm co, itk aad
Bloholaa Bts. Doajrlaa 1841.
arOBTAMXXi XtAtTBTDBY O. 1T0B TlB
toa Bt, Dooglaa 8frM.
XXMBAU. UVkUBT CO. 1B0T.84-11
Jack so a St, Dooglaa 1.
ruaXTABT LAtlDBT, 804-18 Vaaaaas
St, Xara.y 1TT1,
LEAD WORKS '
x,AwmavcB bbot a xjbab co., ms
totj Booth Omaha, D.oglaa 1888.
CODOB BtrmY CO. nil Taraasa Bt
Bxixra-BB MAjnrracrtranrs oo
14th aad Jaohsoa Bts. TrUf laa.
1. T. BLOOM 8) CO.
1T08 OsjaUag BU
sag las 47a. (
BTAV9ABVB rVBBACB 8) STTFTXY
CO. 411U8 Ba. 10th St, Dooglaa SOS7.
(Msshit all cart aad Wl all sual
MIRRORS and ART GLASS WINDOWS
MXDx,Ax xasa 8j VAXBT CO, 11th
aad Boward. .Dooglaa Tl,
X. T. BTCCBOIB OtX. OO. 804 Baltd
Bldg. Dooglaa 888.
PACKING HOUSE PRODUCTS
BWXTT ABB COM7ABT. Booth Owtaha.
BAVX3BBB BBALTT UrTBBTaCBBr
OO. Orouad rioor Baa Bldg. Doa
PRINTERS BOOK AND JOB
OMASA rsXBTXBO OO lth aad Taa.
a am, Dooglaa 344.
COAST B M.UBYXB, 1407 Baa.y Bt,
t. M. BABTBT 8) CO. 818-lT Bath 18th
Bt. Dooglas 44. .
DBXtABCB ST a BOS OO. 84M OojalaB
at, Dooglaa 1T0.
O. X. BXBXTM CO.. 8838 ! 84. Booth
Osaaha, Booth 463,
AXTXXX, BXBXTM OO, Booth Osaaha.
OBAXS BXX.T BtmXT CO, Xbhy Bs
aaaga Bldg.. Booth Omaha, So. 34.
Booth Omaha, Booth 848.
TANKS. CULVERTS, GRAIN BINS,
AND OIL DRUMS
VXXBABKA k IOWA STB a I. TABS
CO.. 1301 BptOO. St. W.hstsr 878.
TENTS AND AWNINGS
BCOTT-OMABA VBBT ABB AWXTWO
. CO.. 11th aad Bam. Bts, Doog. 848.
TIN CANS AND SHEET METAL
OOBDOB LaWlJIl OO, th aad
Dodg. Bts. DoojrUa 444.
OMABA WOOD W0BITB8 OO. 181
Maroy Bt, Doaglaa 884.
raxTOir oiiuom, touu Bota
10th Bt. Douglas 888.
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