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THE OilAlIA SUNDAY BKE: FEBRUARY 2S. 1015.
Sketches of Floor Arrangements of New Hotel
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ICE BOX WITHOUT ANY ICE
Great Care i Taken of the Food
tnffi, Which Art Cooled
ALL ARE THE MOST SANITARY
Very ImpoiUnt lnded Is the care of the
foodstuff In ftrstclass hotel lik the
Fontenelle. For this reason the refrle.
erstor and refrigerating system must be
of the very latent and best construction
and thoroughly efficient In tvery way.
The foodstuffs are kept In refrigerators,
but thee ixes and cooler are of a ver
different type from thou In use In the
InKtead of Ice piled In the refrlceratnra
and Retting- them dirty and maklnr a
muii with Its continual melting and mak-
In work for the employes in keeping
them filled. there are here coolinc coll.
through which circulates the aas thai re
duces the temperature of the various re
frigerators to the exact point that Is re
quired for the particular thin that Is
stored In each partlcu!ar refrigerator.
The refrigerators Is located In the cellar
and Is a bin engine that operates the re
rrfrlgerstorlng machine that makes the
heat-kllllng gun whl.'h circulates through
the pipes and rolls.
Here we have the astonishing spectacle
of making l-e, or cold rs with hot steam.
Made in Omaha.
This machine is an Omaha product,
mado by the Haker Ice- Machine company.
It Is the very latest thing known to the
world of engineering ns applied to refrig
eration, the wmderful development which
man's Inpenuljy has brought about In the
making of summer heat Into winter cold.
There la no system In the country that
Is any better than this one Installed In the
The refrigerators themselves are of
many shapes and sites and kinds; All are
constructed cleverly and scientifically to
keep the cold air Inside and the warm air
outside. And each Is supp'led with, tha
cold gaa colls in Just such amount as re
quired for its work, some classes of food
requiring a higher temperature than
Needless to say. every one la thor
oughly sanitary In every respect.
Cork enters Isrgely In the construc
tion of thtae "lee boxes" that have no
lea In them. Cork Is Imported frcm Spain
and Portugal, where It grows on the trees
In the form of bark and In ground up and
made Into cork board for this very pur
pose. Cork jias the the peculiar quality of be
ing a non-conductor of heat or cold In
greater degree, perhaps, than any other
substance. It is peculiarly fitted to keep
the cold air In and the warm air out. That
is why It Is used.
GIANT HUMIDOR IS SIMILAR
TO LARGE REFRIGERATOR
A big, built-in arrangement that seems
like a cross between a vault and a re
frigerator Is one of the novelties of the
Fontenelle. It Is a gigantic humidor for
cigars. 1 '
GERMANS AND RUSSIANS
IN FIGHT WITH FISTS
(Correspondence of the Associated Press '
PETROORAD, Jan. IS.-German and
Russian troops cam" to fisticuffs on tha
Polish front recently, according to dis
patches received here.
A Russian aviator, having completed c
reconnalsance over the German lines, wat
returning to tha Russian position whe
he found his supply of gasoline suddenly
cut off by a German bullet, which had
gone squarely through tha feed Pipe
This forced him to plane down, and h
had to land about half way between th
The Germans atopped shooting, thlnlc
Ing the prize was secured, and wishing
not to damage the valuable TnachitK
further. They rushed out ernpty-hann
to bring In the aeroplane. A party ot
Russians did the same, and two groups'
found themselves facing each other, bolta
unarmed. A hearty fight with fists fof
possession of the machine followed, ' t
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MAIN fLOOrV.' PLAN
Interior Decorations of - Hotel - '
Fontenelle Are Beautiful
Awed Whispers of Approval by Quests and Visitors as They
lirer II aT Omaha anj Niraak 1'c1 looked Vpun Much Wonderful
t Ye anions of Art.
Kdwitrd J. llolslag Haw Aguln iYt-vtni JIU Right to b Called Amcrtra's
Hot AM 1st and Mural rainier.
reward J. Iiilelag. an artist and mural
Painter of nattonai refutation, waa born
in Huffaiu, N. T., February -4, 170,
shortly thereafter hie parents moved to
Michigan, where he lived until ha was
twenty-one years of age. lie began hia
atudlea of art in the night school of thn
Art iuatltute of Detroit. Mich.; whlls
i ii. he waa thua engaged in
iiis evening studio, a
1 &llchliran pi im traveling
I scliolaiwhlp was donatad
1 to tlia Art Institute of
m-trolt by Mr. James K.
Hcrlpta of the Detroit
Evening Newa: this
jxhulurshlp was for one
thousand dollars and the
student winning the
scholarship was required
to attend the Ac-admnv
of Lenlam In New York
fur one yeior and then
to make a trio to Kurope
fur the purpoee of travel
and atudy. The com
petition waa open for all
art students In the ttHte
of Miclilsmu and Mr.
HolsUa wou the flist
scholtu hli. which of
course enabled lilm to
start out In his artlstlo
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KDWARD J. HOtLJlO.
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After having acquired thla scholarship he pursued his studies
in the Academy of Ieaicn in New York aa preacrlbed. and then
made a short trip to Kurope, vlsltlnc Munlcli and Farls and etuiiy
in lor a anon penoa in junen xciiuui, raria. inenae reiuminK
to the United Statsa, brKtn exhibiting at the varioua axhlblta in
New York. Boston. Philadelphia and CUlcao.
In lltl when the a-overament waa looklna; around, ttirouah
its architect. Mr. llwanl pierce Caaey of New York, for two
mural paJntere and artiats to take charra of
the decorations of the new Conirreaalonal Li
brary, of Washinttou, li. C. which wait waa
bee-un about that time, they aeloctml Mr. Klnier
tiarnavy and Mr. Kdward J. Molalaa;, one to
superintend the work aihi the other to execute
it: Mr. HolaUur was) foreman In charce of the
decuiatlona of the Cunirreaalonal Dlbrary in
Waahtna-ton, D. C, and waa enaaaed in that
ct lty fur over two yeare, umiar the direct
supervision of the War Department. While
encafed in the imnerai decoration of thla bu ld
Itia. he found time to execute the mural paint
ilia's for one of the prlnctfai rooms, namely
T!.e LJbnuian'a room. The Librarian's room
. l"onrejilonal Library la probably one
uf the moet beautiful rooms in tu library.
After havln finished the Congressional Id
brary, Mr. Dolslaa- came on west and located
In t.liiraao, where he haa alnce remained, out
side of periodical tripe to. other cities of the
country, wtiare lie had Important work sola
on. Mr. IloUlaa- iiaa devoted his time of iate
years principally to mural paintings and in
terior docoraliona, some of mhlch Brace the
finest public buildinga in the country.
Heoroduced herewith are mural pedntlnta
from the brush of Mr. Holslac that emoelllsn
the alla of the First National Aiank of tl
Paao Tex., also the first NaUonai Hank f
Many other aeries of decorations, notably the
nta e Trail- aa llluslrated. at Kanaaa
Ity, the exvevdlnsly fine Geneva (111.) Court
House decorations, the varioua private homes
and public placte, are too numerous te men
Hon in detail ...
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lok for tola
trade-mark en all
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