Room With Double Bed at the Hotel Castle
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raftrl rtlr'. heavy rlM.1 atrH lath I TMat ml In The IVr. Advrrtli-r your
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Tim OMAHA SUNDAY HKK: MARCH 21. IMS.
L3 MWV. nun, i i .Wmi.ll....i..iiuMLZf'
SOME GUESTS TO BE BARRED
Messrs. Rat, Mouse and Bug and
Their Families to Find No
NOT EVEN SLIGHTEST CHANCE
CONCRETE FLOORS OF CASTLE
ARE OF THE LATEST TYPE
Th concrete floors of the Castle are
of the very latest type, the particular
Wnil of construction being known an the
Meyer ayatem steelform concrete floor
This vystem consists of steel moulds
which are set In place and which support
the concrete of tho floors while It Is
hardening. After the concrete has "set"
the moulds ere easily removed from the
There are certain residents of old-time
hotels for whom m quarters have been
provided In tho Castle.
Nor will any quarters he provided for
them. In fact, special pains were taken
to see that there should be no place for
these cUBtomory residents to live In tho
Caatle, because It waa well known that
they would not have to be invfted. They
are "buttlnfklg" and they need no Invi
tation. They pay neither board nor lodg
ing, and yet they take both. And besides
they are not popular with the other
guests the paying guests.
And so special care was exercised to
see that there should be no place for
these customary residents to live.
Who are they, these unwelcome guests,
who will find no place for them In the
All Are Barred.
They are Sir. and Mrs. Rat, and the
little rats, Mr. and Mrs. Mouse and the
little mice, and Mr. and Mrs. Bug and
the little bi:?3.
It is rumored that they have been
watching the erection of the new hotel
from neighboring buildings and planning
to move Into it.
"Just wait, my dear," said Mr. Rat to
his spouse. "Walt till the new building
la done and we will move into it and live
In luxury, with plenty to eat."
"Mebby It's a church," said little Os
"Ah, no, It Isn't." said Papa Rat "Quite
the oppoalte of that, my son "
""What Is the new building, Edgerton?"
Inquired Mamma Rat, with an admiring
look at her lord and master.
"IJsten, my dears," said Papa Rat,
with shining eyes and twitching whiskers.
In anticipation of delicious meats and
cheeses that he saw In the future,
"listen: It Is going to be a hotel."
All the little Rats danced for Joy, and
some of them ran off to tell the good
news to their neighbors, the Mouse fam
ily. Papa Rat spent all the time he could
out at the door of their home watching
operations on the new Castle and figur
ing out Just what part of the kitchen he
would move his family Into.
But as time passed a look of disappoint
ment pased over his little brown face.
Mamma Rat noticed It and asked him
what was worrying him.
rnP fnr Worry.
"Oh, nothing." aaid Papa Rat, "nothing
at all. What a silly idea! What would
I havo to worry me?"
"There is something worrying you Just
the same," said Mamma Rat with a
searching look. "lias that big maltose cat
been around again?"
"No, no, I haven't seen any cat," said
rapa Rat looking uncomfortable.
"Well, then, what is it?" Insisted Mrs.
"Well, my dear," confessed Mr. Rat, '
"I see they are putting concrete floors j
and walls In the new Castle hotel." I
Mrs. Rat said nothing and all the little
Rats were silent and stopped eating.
Finally little Aw Rat's shrill voice rose
tn a wall.
"Now we can't go an' live In the new
hotel," he cried.
Mrs. Rat wiped her eyes on a corner of
"Isn't there any hope?" she asked.
"There's Just one chance," said Mr.
Rat "They may put some fixtures In
the kitchen that will give me a chance
to establish a home under them or be
tween them and the wall. We'll see."
But a few days later even this hope had
vanished. Mr. Rat came home and re
ported that they would not be able to
move into the big hotel where they had
counted on living.
Kitchen New Fanifled.
"The kitchen Is one of these new-fan
gled sanitary' ones." he said. "Kven the j
plate warming arrangements and the
steam tables are set up from the floor on
iron lets. Ah, things wtre different when
I was a little rat. I remember well the
place my father had in a hotel. And we
were a big family, too. Hut we lived on
the cream of the land, bad the finest of
everything to eat. I'm very sorry, dear
wife and children, but we must do the
best we can."
"Can't we go an' live In the new Castle
hotel?" wailed little Ruffon Rat
"No, that la Impossible," said his
And the sad news was aoon communi
cated to the Mouse family and the bug I
family. They can never live In the Castle.
The kit' hen has four big rankles and :
all the most modern machinery for doing :
the work of the kitchen. It is located j
behind the cafe dining room in the most '
Just down the stairs from the kitchen
is a large room with shower and bath.
This Is for the exclusive use of the chef,
so that he can quickly take a bath and
rub either before or after his work.
Near this are two rooms, one of which
la the dining room for the kitchen "help"
snd the other is the service bar, a room
from which liquors will be dispensed di
rect to large gatherings without goinr
IhiuuKh the bar room.
Electric Signal System
13 OUR WORK SATISFACTORY?
Ask Mr. Caatle, Proprietor.
1 lie Owner,
E. C. Bennett Electrio Co.
CITY NATIONAL BANK BLDQ.
IT PAYS TO PLEASE
Used at the Hotel Castle are Supplied by the
Haarmann Vinegar & Pickle Go.
1914 SOUTH 20TH STREET.
T.H. WEIRICH CO.
Made and installed the Office, Cigar and Cafe Furniture and
They make high-grade mill work of all kinds for private and
1309-1317 North 24th St.
1511 HOWARD STREET
The Beautiful Silverware
Used in the New
Will Be the Original
Silver Plated Ware
May indeed be termed a new
discovery in precious metals. It
expresses the highest achieve
ment in the art of silver plated
In "YOUREX" you get a sil
ver plated knife that will not rust
or wear black, that can be sharp
ened the same as a steel knife
without showing black around
the edges, and guaranteed for all
We guarantee that this silver
plate will give absolute satisfac
tion and we. agree to stand be
hind and replace every piece of.
goods bearing the
that does not give satisfactory
service in any household.
Sold in Omaha by
T. L. COMBS & CO.
"The Busy Jewelers" 1520 Douglas St.
We Furnished Our Share of the
Equipment for the
CA S TLB
No Cnntrnrt too largp and nonn too small for thin big OmaAa Insti
tution to fill In satisfactory mannrr. Wi ship goods all oyer the
world. We placed and did the sheet metal work in the Hotel
We occupy the entire sli floors of our building, and manufacture
marly all the poods we s'll, from the steaintable in the kitchen to
i he register on the desk.
We operate our own china kilns end ran quote lowest prices on
M'ecially designed china. We want you to take a trip through
our entire plant.
We are the largest beer pump house in the west. We repair and in
stall hydraulic and electric compressed air beer pumps.
I.KT I S nni'RK ON VOI R HOTKIj NKKDfl.
WRITK F1R OI R KHI'K HXl'STRATHD OATAUX1.
Omaha Hotel Supply Co.,
1208 Howard Street, Omaha, Neb.
Manufacturers and Wholesalers
THE MEATS FOR THE HOTEL CASTLE
a V T V ftf A U U I." T 10 MAJUrBT JT.
will ii rtnunsxxD bt
none IXmarlae t7W.
THE EMPRESS MARKET
Opp. Woolworth's Bo kBd lOo "tor.. U Bo. lata B. . -W.
OIUIAHA TRANSFER GO.
CHECKED TO DESTINATION
309 Go. 14th, 14th and Jackson
II ; " '
No hottlin th state is better equipped with lighting
fixture. Omr goods are built up to a standard not
down to a price. We were not the lowest bidder.
bude M M J
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