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, THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, MAY 7, 1017.
Brie) Cily News
Mud lmDI BurKFia.a.-indMi r
Vm Boot Print It Kaw Beacon Praia
riatlnnm Wedding Rings Edohlm,
Gootirirh Garden Huse at Ja. Mot
ion & Son Co. .
Lawn Mowers and Garden Tools at
Jan. Morton & Sou Co.
Dr. F. J. Schliler moved to Hit
xuoi national Banic Dulldtns.
Sltlinlsll lVfll, Vta IIoaI CMnl
meeting; Lee Forby Camp No. 1, Span-
ioi, ,,un,eitrna, weanesaay evening.
Two Arc Given Divorces Anna En-
Mcn WAR frrnntod a ...A... ftr..i
ter Enslirn In divorea court. Helen
jjiuiiu a ireea irom Jerlmlah II.
Mrs. StimtJ! to Kpeak Mrs. Homer
Rtunlz, wife of Bishop Stuntz, will ad
dregs the Walnut Hill Methodist Epis
copal church Jlay 13 on "Homo Mis
sions." Summer Camp Fund Closed The
lummer camp cumpalftn of the Y. W.
A. has come to a successful close.
I'n.xton & Gallagher gave the last 1250
of the required 1. 11,001).
Omaha Lads Honored J. Leslie
Futt and Walter C. Johnson are the
only Oioaha boys selected for mem
bership In the exclusive KosmerKlub
at the State university.
Garden Fund Grow The city gar
den fund being raised by the Board
of Public Welfare has been increased
to $146 by a contribution of S60 from
Thomas Kilpatrick & Co. and 50from
T. C. Byrne.
F. P. Foisey Coming Tuesday F. P.
Folsey, a prominent worker in the
Chicago membership' campaign, has
wired the Red Cross officials here that
he will be able to be here Tuesday for
the membership conference, and that
ne win remain until Thursday even
ing to assist in the campaign plans.
Police Confiscate Whisky Police
confiscated fifty-five gallons of whisky
round in the cellar of the Paxton
Hotel pharmacy, Fourteenth and Har
ney streets, yesterday afternoon. .A
charge of "unlawfully having in dob.
session intoxicating liquor" was placed
against the proprietor, Carl Schmidt.
Third Visit From Burglars For the
third timeMn three months burglars
visited the Freytag drug store, Twenty-fourth
and California streets, last
night. " The loot taken consisted of
college monogramed Jewelry and a
large number of safety razors. The
burglars entered by prying open the
Son of Wealthy Illinois
v Man Cashes Worthless Check
W. A. Rodgers, 26 years old, who
says his lather is a banker and real
estate dealer of Aurora, 111., was ar
rested last night by Special Store De
tective Finn of the Brandeis Stores
while attempting to cash -a worthless
check for $48 on the Merchants Na
The young man was hysterical
yiien taken to Central station.
"Yes I tried to pass the check. Why
shouldn't 1. I needed the money and
was sick. Some time ago I was run
into by an automobile and severely
injured. They took me to a hospi
tal where they fed me upon dope to
case my pains.
"I nearly died, but somehow they
pulled me through."
"Then they turned me loose," he
The young man said that his par
ents had sent him to. the inebriate
asylum at Watertown, 111., from
which he Jiad escaped. ,
"Rodgers was nattily adtired and ap
peared well educated.
Before Store Detective Finn could
take the check from him, Rodgers
put the piece of paper in his moiith
and ate it. He was placed under the
police surgeon's care at the station.
"Jigger" Benner Caught '
Napping; Boys Are Pinched
"It looked so nice and golden-that
we wanted sonic. Honest we didn't
have any regular customers to sell
The above was the plea of seven
boys ranging in age from 10 to 15
years, arrested yesterday afternoon by
Special Officer Palmtag oi the Mis
souri Pacific, near Fourteenth and
Grace streets, for breaking into a
grain car and stealing a quantity ef
. The boys confessed, according to
Probation Oflicir Miller, that they
had been in the habit of taking grain
from the cars.
Merrian Benner, 10 years, the
youngest, said he was the "jigger,"
and kept watch while his companions
were in the car. Somehow, he said,
lie did not have time to give the alarm
before Officer Palmtag' swooped-down
The boys were: Elmer, l,1!; Paul,
12, and Merrian Benner, TO, brothers;
Ernest Martin, James Goodwin, Ro
land Stcinert and Theodore Bettsr
Twenty Thousand Acres of
U. P. Land to .Be Cultivated
The campaign' of the Union Pacific
railroad to bring the spaVe land along
its right-of-way under cultivation has
met with great success.
Approximately 26,000 acres will be
under cultivation in 1917. Including
the branch lines, the right-of-way of
the Union Pacific is almost 37,000
miles long, and the right-of-way
acres wjiicli will De used for raising
:ood crops during the coming summer,
if all in one piece, would make a strip
M land approximately 100 feet wide
and 2,200 miles long.
Most of this land has bcrti leased to
the owners-of adjoiningfarms at a
nominal rental of $1 per year. Some
of it has been under cultivation in
previous years, but the recent appeal
of President Wilson for co-operation
in increasing the farm yield of the
country has given tremendous im
petus to the extended use" of these
Omaha Jews to Celebrate '
Giving of Commandments
Shebuoth, the Jewish feast 6f weeks,
begins Saturday evening, May 26, and
will be observed by services at the
temple Saturday evening at 8 o'clock
" and Sunday morning at 9:30.
On Sunday morning, May 27, con
firmation exercises will be held in the
temple, when a class of thirteen chil
dren will be confirmed.
Shebuoth commemorates the giving
of the Ten Commandments on Mount
-Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea
Now is the time to buy a bottle of
this remedy so as to be prepared in
case that any one of your family
should have an attack of colic or
diarrhoea during the summer months.
It is worth a hundred times its cost
when needed. . - '
CARTER LAKE CLUB
IS READHO OPEN
Governor Nevlllo Will Lead
Ceremony , on May 30 by
Burning: the Mortgage.
MANY NSW IMPROVEMENTS
How would you like to sail the
bounding billow's at Carter lake this
summer, astride a monster amphi
Or perhaps you'd rather do your
summer water traveling on the lake,
riding the tail of, a sea serpent, or
maybe, a whale, or a shark, or a pre
historic sea-horse, or an aligator?
Dr. I. B. Fickes, one ot the several
members of Carter Lake club pos
sessing lively imaginations, is the
father of the strange water inenag.
ene that will be seen this summer
at the Carter Lake club water front.
That is, he is the father of the idea.
The monster will, of course, all be
wooden ones, properly saddled and
Only a New Feature.
This will .only, be Sue of the many
new and atartlingly pleasant features
noticeable when the club has its
opening. May 30.
The opening will- be commemor
ated by the burning of the club mort
gage, and the match Vill be applied
by Governor Keith Neville. After
this ceremony there will be a pro
gram which will include everything
from dancing to trap shooting and
bowling to -aquatic sports.
Game fish by the thousands are
again to be planted in the lake.
Chairman Albert Edholm of the fish
and game committee has arranged
for this. At the opening he will
demonstrate the ari of using a cast-
ing bait and showing how real game
fish are caught, providing the fish are
Every committee is working to get
the club into shape for the opening.
President V. H. Christie is one ot the
busiest men at the grounds. sHe'is a
kind of benevolent slave driver,
crowding every chairman to his full
capacity to get his part of the work
completed in gopd shape.
Parker Mason, -chairman of the
house committee, is pushing the work
in the club house, smoothing the
floor of the dance hall, working over
the bowling alleys and renovating
and repairing the bath house.
S. H. Dorsev, again in charge of
the cafe, has no more fears- of the
high cost of living than he has of a
summer breeze. He expects to please
the appetites of all, despite old H. C.
L. The dining room is undergoing
Change Locker System.
The locker system is being
changed and improved in the bath
house, the flower beds are being pre
pared for a wider variety and great
er assortment of flowers than were
ever raised there before, and the
fountain system tor sprinkling is be
ing improved. Chairman Otis Smith
of the roads committee will start
soon to improve the roads and drive
ways. The tennis courts are all being
worked over. The ball team has
been furnished with new uniforms.
Manager Wharton and Captain
Verity expect some fine work from
their Calcutta Cats this season.' The
Ladies' Bowling club has called the
roll and is getting ready for the sum
mer competition. '
Treasurer Whitmore is the man
who oavs the bills for the various
committees and Chairman Strehlow
of the Building and grounds commit
tee has plenty ot money to carry out
the artistic program laid out for the
Central Cadets' Camp Will
Probably Be at Valley
The Central High school cadet en
campment will probably be' held at
Valley, Neb., again this year. A com
mittee representing the faculty and
cadet officers looked over several
prospective camping grounds last
week, but found none that was as
satisfactory as the field used last year.
Both Bennington and Papillion made
good offers to the high school au
thorities. The field at Bennington was
found to be too close to town. That
at Papillion was found to be too small
for the purpose. ,
The encampment this yearprom-
Ises to be a greater success tlan eier
before, with the country at war. me
cadets will be given practical training
which will give them a better idea ot
army life. A shooting range will
probably be set up and the cadets
trained in marksmanship.
The attempt to establish a ten-day
camp has been voted down by the
faculty, being practically impossible
on account of the lack of funds.
John Hite Wanders Long ..
And Enjoys Every Moment
w.rr iUv M, ivc and flaxen
hair, set off by an engaging smile,
made John ttite, i-ycar-oio son 01
u I WItn tf1?l Xiarrv frppl nf
the Travelers' Health, association,
more a captor man captive nuring
the three nours- ne was at vcuii
John was found wandering near
Twentieth and Mason streets by Her
man McKittrick yesterday afternoon.
1 live tnere, ine nine au iuiu
I - L':,-;i. nnintina af a number
MI. ivjwvtlii -., H";....o - .-
Ktl in j
pairing of finding his home, Mr. Mc
Kittrick notified tne station.
T-l. .....'. Innal,, t1ltl frtl an
-.JOIIII WMII , U.J ........ .v. -..
instant. Perched on a desk before
Officer Tonv Fr'ancl, the lad had the
time of his life and declined to leave
when Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Pratt, 4811
Farnam street, called.
Mr. and Mrs. Hite were away from
1. ...,2rrlav aftflpnnnti anrf Tnhu
IIUlllu jtoiviv"; r j
was being taken care of by a neighor
lor tne time.
Theater Men Helping Guards
To Sell Dance TicRets
,,G rtf ib Slrand. F.mnress
and Sun theaters are permitting
and Sunt theaters are-permitting
Guardsmen to distribute cards in the
lobbies of those theaters, announces
the dartce. to be .given Wednesday
evening at DcLuxe academy, for the
beneft of the Omaha battalion of the
National Guard. Miss Minnie Abra
ham, Mrs. Clot Snyon and other
young women are helping the guards
men sen tickets.
ARMY AND NAVY MEN
SCORE NEW RECORDS
Omaha Recruiting Offioe Will
Fill Its Quota Ahead of
MUSTER ROLL UP TO 3,253
SATURDAY'S MUSTER ROLL
' . Saturday. Total.
Army 173 2,082
Navy 30 763
National Guard 3 357
Marine Corps . .. 1 51
New recruiting records in Omaha
for the day and week were scored
Saturday night. 1
Tlie army aldiie enlisted 173 men
Saturday, forty, more than 'ever be
fore in a single day. The total oL207s
for all branches was above auy pre
vious day's record. 1
A total of 982 men were enlisted in
all branches last week. That is 300
more than dm ing any week since the
call to the colors six weeks ago, and
bring the grand total of Omaha's
muster roll up to 3,253.
Rush to the Colors.
Many young men prefer to volun
teer, rather than wait till they are
drafted. This is the cause of the big
rush, recruiting officers say. The
officers expect this week to bring a
still greater number of volunteers.
During the first five days of May,
664 men joined the army alone, an
average of Ijj per day.
Captain McKinley of the army sta-J
turn has been notified that lus district
is expected to1 furnish a quota of
4,810 men in the period beginning
April 1 and ending thirty days after
the final passage of the draft bill.
The district has already produced
1.976 armv enlistments. At the pres
ent rate, the remaining Ji834 men
will be recruited within three weeks,
and the draft bill is stilt pending in
Navy to Fill Quota.
A nuota of 800 navy recruits was
assigned for enlistment in this dis
trict between March 31 and May 3.
Lieutenant Waddell's staff lacked
eighty-three of filling that quota Sat
urday night. He expects to fill i,t by
After the present authoriied navy
complement of 87,500 men is filled,
navy recruiting .officers stationed in
Omaha have instructions to help the
marine corps and army get men. The
navy complement may be increased
by 62,500 men, if congress passes a
bill now pending.
Comfort Kits for Fighting Men
Are Given by Omahans
Mrs. T. T. Stewart. 2d, chairman
of the committee on supplies for fight
ing men, will meet with its members
Tuesday afternoon at her home to
begin work on comtort Kits lor tne
soldiers. The committee is: Mes
dames Sam Burns, Edgar Morsman,
Luther Kountze, William Burns, Will
iam Redick, Arthur Remington, A. L.
Reed, Wilkam McKeen and fred
The comfort bags cost $1 apiece and
contain stamped- envelopes, pencils,
writing tablet, playing cards, tQoKi
brush, tooth paste, vaseline, comb,
soap, towel, wash cloth', handkerchiefs,
a pair of socks, smoking tobacco and
pipe, shoe strings, cigarette papers,
needles, pins, and thread.
Any contributions will be gratelully
received by Mrs. Stewart.
Six Young Omaha Doctors
Are Named for the Front
Dr. R. A. Mosep of Omaha and Dr.
Albert A. Fricke of the South Side
have been recommended by Dr. J. E.
Summers for service on the rrench
front with a United States army medi
cal unit. Dr. Summers may recom
mend four other Omaha doctors, after
a consultation with eligible men late
He was asked by wire to make
recommendations. It is understood
that the doctors so recommended will
be among the first to go to the French
front with medical forces of the.
United States army.
NELIGH, NEBRASKA, GETS
FINE- BANK BUILDING
OmaW Firm of Architect! and Build-
crs to Handle Work Under
.tSingte Contract" System.
The Bankprs-Rfhlty Investment Company.
a large Omaha firm of architects and buUA-
era, has-announced that It li to handle the
work ot designing anil erecting the Atlas
Bank of Nellgh, Nebraska, under Ita "sinal
contract" aystem, which provide! that the
entire work of deula-n. construction, porchanc
of wmterlal. Installation of permanent fix
tures, decorations, etc., shall be performed
by a slnjic firm instead of the usual method
Involving tho service, separately given, or
anhltect, contractor, sub-contractor, etc.
The Atlas Rank, which Is to be. two stories
Oid basement, will be a mo tiff the moot
handsome and un-to-dale am II bank bulld
ogs In the middle west.
Tt will be two stories above bnnement, the
ffrat floor devoted entirely to the bank In g
buslnosu, hh fc deposit vaults, etc., the sec
ond flour to have larare medern offices, the
bailment to have vaults, Horace suacc and
heating plant etc.
A mm id the beautiful features will be the
director' room and. the mlin banking room,
with handsome ma pole fireplaces and evry
modern appurtenance for comfort and con
venience of the bank's patron
Published under direction of Bureau
of Publicity of Bankers' Realty In
Tho 'Vome-back" rnnn was really never
do wfc -and -out. Ilisweakcned condition be-
caiiNfl of. overwork, lack ot exercise, Im
proper eating and living demands stimula
tion to satisfy the cry for a health-giving
appetite and the refrtttlilsg steep essential
to strength. OOLD MRDAL Haarlem Oil
Capsules, the National Remedy of Holland.
will do the work. Thoy are wonderiut!
Three of these canaulea each day will put a
man on hi? foet before hft-knows It, whether
hU (rouble coniei from uric acid poisoning,
(he ktiJnevs. gravel or stone-In (lie bladder.
ntimavh derangement or othor ailments that
befall tht over-zealous American. Hon t wait
until you are entirely down-and-out, but
take them today. Tour druggist will gladly
refund your money if they do not help you.
2&c, 50c and 1.0t per box. Arcept no sub
stitutes. Look for the name. Qfif.D MKOAb,
on every bog. They are tha pure, original.
Jin ported Haarlem Oil Capsules.
INNER VOICES GALL
MEN TO CALABOOSE
Socrates Was ' Beckoning to
Melville Quiglcy, Ho Said
' in Court.
IOWAN HAD QUEER TASK
"Look out or you'll be a, fall ruv,"
Mrlvjllc Quiglry, 714 Nurlb EiKlil
ccnlh strVt, snys ail inner voice kepi
telling liim nil flay TriiUy. Quiglry
was sentenced to fifteen-days in tlic
city jail, lie was arraigned as a
delirious person. "
"And that oice va9 certainly
right," said Quigley. "1 was a fall
guy for some cop. Iferc I am in jail
and I don't know what I did to' get
According to Quigley. Socrates had
absolutely nothing on him. Whereas
Socrates' "inner voice" kept telling
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Will Cut Your
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; Sold By All De.Ier.
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Bemis Omaha Bag Co.
Moving, Packing, Storing, Shipping
Phont Douglas 394,
Vaults, Cesspools and Grease
' Traps Cleaned
At Ordinance Ratesjor by contract
Tel. Douglas 1387
The City Garbage Co.
Manure and Ashes Removed
pffiltb nd pul Sts.,
Makes the Best
PEOPLE'S ICE &
Manufacturers of Distilled
350 Tons Daily Capacity
Telephone Douglas SO
Telephone DougUi 6967
Western Heating and
Plumbing o., .
Jo Johnston, Proprietor
HEATING and PLUMBING
1810 St. Mary'i A-,
SAVE 25 PER CENT
Of Fuel Cost ,
Let Us Solve Your Heating
Economy Vapor Heating
him to do good and epoc fallacies,
Quiglcy's spiritual imp placed no re
strictions on conduct and made no at
tempt to dillcmitiatc between good
Quiglry says iliat his "inner v.oice"
lalkcd to him audibly. "I actually
heard it speak lo me," lie said.
Annua Sorenson of Audubon, la.,
another delirious person with an "In
ner voice," got a ten-day sentence.
Patrolman Bitter found Sorenson half
way up a telephone pole at fourteenth
and Karn.nu streets. '
"I was just plucking the kaiser out
of heaven," he explained to the policeman.
"Spirit of Walden Wood"
Prnonnrle 4n lAMr Pntlnf
Proceeds derived from the nature
masque, Thc Spirit of Waldrn
Woud," writini by Mrs. Myron
Learned and which is to he staged in
Otic of the narks thin Minimer. will he
Manufacturers Need More Men
To Help in Making the State Laws
Feel That it Is Necessary to
Pay More Attention to
FARMERS ARE IN THE LEAD
Mamifjjtturers cannot hope to get
legislation favorable to their line of
business umil they go to the legisla
ture or send 'representatives. This
was pointed out recently by Pcnn P.
Fodrca, of the Itcn Biscuit com
pany, in a talk before a group of manu
facturers in Omaha. f Next tov the lab
orers, the manufacturers had the low
est numerical representation in the
last Nebraska legislature.
Two in Each Branch.
The manufacturers liad two repre
sentatives in the house and two sena
tors in the upper chamber. This hiade
a total of four in the delegation to
fight the battles of the manufacturers
of the state, when bills unfavorable
Frank I. Ringer of Lincoln, com
missioner of the State Manufacturers'
association, compiled a table oii the
personnel of the last legislature,
showing how many men in each pro
fession, trade,-or vocation, were rep
resented in the two houses.
' The farmers led with forty-eight
members in the house, and five in the
senate. Merchants came next with
nineteen in the house and seven in the
senate. Lawyers followed closely
with fourteen in the house and eight
in the senate.
This table, compiled by Coninus.
, NEW LOCATION
318 Rose Building
16th and Farnam Sts.
"Why Not Install a
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rKM A It A
W I.A.N I I J.
1509 Howard St.
Made in Omaha by
Hydraulic Press Briclf
s 1 Company
W. O. W. BLDG.
A proven succe&B.
rnmhinfl r a 1
"iMStSSSft 0 2 " . 2 - . anil
O W d n l v anu
vour rups clean on
the floor. No dusting AFTER
sweeping. No bcHtintc or sending
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ruga w titaiii-i... .,.v-.j
U. s! jsALES COMPANY '
R. C. DoMr, Mgr., Factory Agantt
i 677 Brandeia Building.
Doug. 926K Wal. 1266
OMAHAN HAS PLAN
TO END 1J-B0AT WAR
T W. Fitzpatrick Suggests
'Armed Flotillas Convoy Mer
chantmen Across Ocean.
SCHEME TO WASHINGTON
K. V. Fitzpatrick, consulting archi
tect of the Bankers' Realty Invest
ment company, receive a telegram
ycslcrday from a close friend and co
worker of Josephus Daniels, secre
tary of the navy, to telegraph full par
ticulars of a plan of Mr. Fitzpatrick's
to overcome the submarine boats,
Mr. Fitzpatrickent it all by tele
graph hist night in response to the re
quest. Mr. Fitzpatrick's plan is as follows:
"Why let one poor, forlorn shij)
after another go out alone to possi
sioner Ringer, was read by Mr. Fod
rca at the meeting above mentioned.
It startled the manufacturer! to learn
how mcagerly they had been repre
sented in comparison to the other vo
cations ana professions.
The table follows:
IIouh. Senatt. Total.
Faimera Ill fi 11
f,ftwyra li S 'Si
Profranlcinal men ...6 2 &
Mtrrhaula, etc It 7 2A
Kdltora .1.3 a
Bnnkora 3 4?
Inmiranca mp n t 3 T
l,Hbcrrrv I J 0 1
Manufacturtra 9 2 4
Up to Manufacturers.
"That shows you what representa
tion you had in the last legislature,"
said Mr. Fodrca. "If you didn't get
what you wanted, don't criticise. You
have no right to 'criticise. If y.pu want
to earn the right of criticism, go to
the polls at the primaries and at the
general elections and exercise your
r i(h t of franchise. Do something to
get representation in the state assem
bly." Need Common Sense.
' He also urged that in selecting men
for the legislature the manufactures
take care not to select the man who
promises to do what they want him
to do. He declared that nine times
out of ten this man would go back
on them. He told them rather to pick
out the men who seemed to have the
greatest amount of general common
sense and lru;t him to be fair to all
"We want men there with the best
grade of average intelligence," he said.
"We want men there with open minds,
men to whom one may appeal with a
WASTE PAPER -IS
Don't Burn It
We Buy It
Omaha Paper Stock-Co.,
Office and WarehouM
18th nd Many Sts.
Phonai Doug. 159. Omh, Nb.
D. 4500 D. 4500
v Merchants Taxi
JACK HURLEY, Proprietor
Hardwood Flooring .
Yards, 13th and California.
Omaha Central Iron
Doug. 490. 10th and Dodga Stt.
ble, nay, probable doom? For every
sailing, every co,urse- known to the
directors of the U-boat activities.
, "The flotilla, the armada, the ton
voyed fleet of old is the one only real
Protection for our or any other' sea
Irnde these perilous times.
"Don't let vessels go singly, how
ever well armed; make them wait until
ten or a dozen are ready, or have reg
ular sailing dales when a powerful
convoy, a couple of warships and at
lot ol scouts and speedy craft can
escort them across. With so many
eyes awatch, so many guns ready, the
li-boat that will show its periscope in
the vicinity of such a fleet is indeed
a valorous craft. At worst one boat
might be picked off. Certainly no such
havoc as is being wreaked today
would be possible. The slight delay
in sailing is a negligible objection.
"Storms may scatter such a flotilla.
That's, one of the possibilities thai
confront those vfho go down into the
sea, but we have a long season ahead
of the year's best sailing weather, co 1
that how's the time to do the ship
ping and to do it iutelligeutfyand not
just sit down and lament anciit the
Ride a Harley-Davidson
VICTOR H! R00S
The Motorcycle Man
2703 Leavenworth St,
Omaha. Phone Harney 2406.
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Printers " ' .
Printers of Everything
v In All Languages.
NATIONAL BUILDING, ' '
1 2th and Harrier Stt, Oman.
IHROT CORIJKS. Piraldwit, OMB.
Beat 221c Cold Crowns $4.00
Bridf Work, par tooth .... $4.00
Baal Platoa, $5.00, $8.00, $10.00
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Wherever commerce goes march
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Motor turning the wheels of in
dustry, constantly, quietly and ef
ficiently. Electric Power it Dependable
Omaha Electric Light &
Drake, Williams, Mount
23d and Hickory and U. P. R. R.
Phone Douglas 1043
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