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C B. HALS, Pabllsnsr
TO YIELD ITS RICHES
COAL LANDS OP ALASKA WILL
' NOT REMAIN DORMANT.
THE LEASING SYSTEM IN FAVOR
Insists, However, That Government
"(serves Right to Regulate
Declaration Surprise to
Chicago. Announcing that ho spoke
officially and with the consent of Pros
ident Taft, Secretary of tho Interior
Walter L. Fisher, speaking before the
American mining congress, declared
that tho coal landB comprlBod in tho
publio domain In Alaska would be
avallablo to tho public under a leasing
system. Secretary Fishor said tho
government might operate certain
properties as models and would lease
the remainder to prlvato capitalists
undor suitable government regula
tions. Tho amount of land to be leased
would bo limited, he Bald, to tho area
that profitably could be mined to meet
current domunds for coal.
The policy of tho government con
cerning publio lands In the west was
a subject of discussion during the day,
tho debato developing a controversy
between Governor Epry of Utah and
Director Smith of tho goological sur
vey, who advocated the leasing sys
tem, and Governor Spry opposing it on
tho ground that It would delay the
availability of tho domain, whereas
private enterprise might make tt im,
Another Los Angeles Explosion.
Lob Angeles. An explosion during
blasting operations at tho now Los
, AngeleB Times building blow some
rocks across tho stroot and Injured
N. J. Wollor of Corona, Cal., a ranch
er. Windows In a piano store and a
typewriter sales room wero broken by
rocks, a boulder about eighteen. Inches
long smashing an upright piano leg In
tho former store.
Howard, 8. D. Leaders of the Nor
wegian Baptist church from all parts
of the country are gathered In the
town of Berton, this county, for their
annual national conference. Tho ses
sion will continue several days and
will be devoted to the discussion of
numerous matters relating to ths
work of the denomination.
W. C. T. U. at Milwaukee.
Milwaukee. Hundreds of women
tvearlng white ribbon emblems of tho
cause they advocate aro pouring into
Milwaukee for tho annual convention
of tho Woman's Christian Temperance
union, which convenes here. Ono of
tho largest gatherings at any national
convention In years Is expected to bq
Safe Blowers in Oklahoma.
Shawnee, Okla. Robbers attacked
tho town of McCorab, several miles
from hero, cut tho telephone and tele
graph wires and then blew open a
eafo In the town bank. They got a
large amount of money and escaped
before a sheriff's posse could hoad
To Cancel Land Patent.
Muskogee, Okla. The federal gov.
ernmont has brought suit against Q.
McGllbray, administrator of the es
tate of Sampson McGllbray, and thirty
bthers to cancel patent to 160 acres of
oil land In the Creek nation and re
store It to tho Creek Indian tribe. Ths
property is valued at $250,000.
Missionaries Meet In St. Louis.
St. Louis. More than 200 mission
aries from all parts of tho world, In
eluding native workers, are In attend
ance at the forty-second annual meet
ing of tho Women's Foreign Mission
ary society of tho Methodist Episcopal
church, which is In session hero for a
Killed by Frenzied Jap.
Los Angeles, Cal. Francis Boggs,
aged thirty-eight, general manager of
tho Pacific studio of tho Sellg Motion
PIcturo company, was Bhot and killed
Friday by Frank MInnimatsu, a Jap
anese gardener, employed at the mo
tion picture plant of the company at
Edendale, a suburb. W. N. Sellg of
Chicago, president of the company,
was also shot by the Japanese the
bullet passing through bis left arm.
His Injuries are not serious.
Gregory, S. D. Something of a sen
sation In connection with the Rosebud
lottery developed when It was dls-
that forty-one sections of
land have been taken by the
as allotments. This means
Mollette county will be select
sd by tho stato as Indemnity school
j land beforo the settlers have a chance
to file. Inasmuch as only about thirty
sections wero classified by the ap
i pralsers as Al agricultural land, it
L looks very much as though none 'of
ff the best lands will pass Into the pos
' psssloa of the settlers at this time.
FROM M PLACES
EVENTS OP THE DAY TOLD IN A
PEW LINES. rh
fHE DAY'S NEWS BOILED DOWN
Personal, Political, Foreign and Intel
ligence of Various Kinds, Inter
esting to the Qsneral Reader
Olvsn In Condensed Form.
The German and French govern
ments have communicated to tho
powers the first part of tho Moroccan
Tho Gorman foreign offico substanti
ates tho French report that tho Moroc
can negotiations probably will termi
nate this wcok.
President Taft has signed the long
expected proclamation of neutrality
of the United States in tho war be
tween Turkey and Italy.
S. Alfred Sze haB been solected to
bo Chinese mlnlstor to Washington to
succeed the Incumbent, Chang Yin
Tang, who Is now In Mexico.
Charles W. Fairbanks, former vice
president of the United States, Is
montloaed for the republican nomi
nation for governor of Indiana.
Tho Mexican embassy In Washing
ton expects official statements early
In November as to the makeup of tho
cabinet of President-elect Madero.
Tho proclamation signed by Presi
dent Taft October 24, declaring the
neutrality or tho United States In tho
war between Turkey and Italy, was
Issued nt Washington.
The government's long-planned suit
to break up tho so-called steel trust
has been begun in tho United States
circuit court. It Is tho most sweep
ing anti-trust action ever brought by
the department of Justice.
Insisting on entering tho White
Houbo to "dlscusB a matter of Impor
tance" with President and Mrs. Taft,
Iohn Slkl, a young Japanese, who
claims to bo a theological student, was
arrested and sent to Washington asy
lum for observation an to his sanity.
Tho employers' liability and'work
mon'o compensation commission has
practically decided to recommend tho
enactment of a law providing for tho
insurance of employes of interstate
railroads against injury by accident
by requiring the roads to make pay
ments for any Injury Inflicted.
Governor Wilson Is In Wisconsin
looking the ground over.
Francisco I. Madero will be Inau
gurated president of Mexico Novem
Champ Clark has beon booked to
speak In Fremont on the evening of
The revolutionary spirit Is now
manifesting itself in tho north as well
as the south of China.
Mrs. Mary D. Kendall of Rapid
City, S. D., won the first choice in
the Rosebud land drawing.
Ida LowIb, the "Oraco Darling" of
America, lighthouse keeper and life
savor, Is dead at Newport, R. I.
Ralph Dlmlck of Notro Dame, Ind.,
is dead as the result of Injuries, re
ceived in a football game at Portland,
Tho thirty-seventh annual conven
tion ot the Catholic young men's na
tional union, is in session at Washing
ton. John Henry Smith, for many years
one of the Mormons' ablest leaders,
died suddenly at Salt Lake City Fri
day. MonBlgnor T. J. Capel, world fa
mous Catholic, once private chamber
lain to tho pope, is dead at Sacramen
All Spain kept a holiday Tuesday in
celebration of the twenty-fourth birth
day anniversary ot Qucon Victoria
Ex-President Roosevelt declines to
comment on the Bult for tho dissolu
tion of the United States Steol cor
poration. Louis L. do la Barra, brother of the
president of Mexico, haB gono to Lon
don as financial agent for tho Mexican
The Episcopal house of bishops mot
tt Now York to choose thrco mission
ary bishops for tho districts of South
Dakota, Kioto, Japan and Wu IIu,
Eight miners wero killed and oliiht
others wero temporarily overcomo by
an explosion ot towdor lu tho O'Gara
mine near HarrlBburg, 111.
Following the refusal ot Minnie
Haynes ot Joplln, Mo., to marry him,
Lee Guthrio, aged twenty-eight, shot
her and then committed suicide.
A riot was narrowly averted at Dur
ham, N, C, when police put a stop to
tho display of moving pictures of
Beulah Blntord, the seventeen-year-old
"girl in the case" In the recent Beat
tie murder trial at Chesterfield, Va,
The hardwood lumber mill and ve
aoer plant of Markley Miller and com
pany ot Chicago, was destroyed by
Are. The loss Is 1100,000, with no in
surance. Aviation enthusiasm may cause the
death -of Robert Burnett, nine years
old, who tried to fly fro mtho roof ot
barn twenty-five feet high at Ham
The Spokans progressive republi
can organization has endorsed the
movement for a special session of the
yVashtngton legislature to enact a law
giving a vote on presidential preferences,
Tho British cabinet has undergoue
an Important reconstruction, rumors
of which havo been in circulation
Threo candidates In the field to suc
ceed Hon. Hoke Smith as governor
of Georgia, has livened up the cam
paign In that state.
Mennonltes at Wolf Creek, S. D.,
aro negotiating tho purchase of an
Immense area of land la Montana,
which they will colonize.
An explosion of gas lu a barber
shop In Now York City wrecked the
building and cost two lives, besides
Injuring a scoro or more.
Two more bridges on the Inter
Oceanic railway, near Amex Camexca,
were destroyed with dynamite by a de
tachment ft Zapata's rebels.
Robbers blew open the vault In the
State bank of Foster, Mo., and es
caped with 2,500 In cash and over
$30,000 worth of notes and checks.
A riot in which many were hurt oc
curred when the polico attempted to
stop striking button makerB from par
ading tho streets of Muscatine, la.
Warning Is given of a hurricane off
tho northeast coast of Cuba, which Is
growing in Intensity as It approaches
the Florida coast.
All tho torpedo vessels of the navy,
which wero reported In distress off
the Hatteras coast, aro eafo and on
tholr way to Norfolk.
Secretary of Stato Olson of Oregon
haB ordered all heads in his depart
ment to drop the word "honorable" In
official correspondence. '
When Dr. Cook, tho arctic explorer,
attempted to deliver a lecture at Co
penhagen he was hissed and hooted to
such an extent that ho was forcod to
Apparently laboring under insanity,
Mrs, Axel Johnson of Braddock, N. D
locked herself and hor six little chil
dren in thoir home and set tho houso
on fire. f
Thara Razor, the twelve-year-old an
imal trainer, who was attacked by a
lion during a circus performance at
Utlca, Miss., haB since died of her
Isaac Cook, who cast his first presi
dential voto for Androw Jackson, cele
brated his one hundredth birthday
with friends and relatives at Salem,
Members ot he industrial workers
ot the world organization were fined
$100 each in municipal court at Kan
sob Citly for making public speeches
on tho streets.
The main army of the Chinese gov
ernment under War Minister Ylng
Tchang, said to number 20,000 men,
was totally defeated at Kwang Shut,
Hu Peh province.
Proclaiming Bernardo ReyeB presi
dent ot the Mexican republic, a group
of disaffected citizens havo sounded
the cry of insurrection in Teapa in
the stato of Tabasco.
During a heated discussion ot
church matters at Denver, Rev. Ru
dolph, pastor of the Union Presbyter
ians, was thrown from a window and
badly cut and bruised.
John B. Hammond, prominent anti
saloon worker, has filed a petition
which la calculated to close the four
teen saloons in the city of Des Moines
that are owned in partnership.
The annual convention of tho antl-horse-thief
association ot Oklahoma
was opened at Tulsa with a mounted
parado in which Boveral hundred
members from all over the state took
Charles Page Bryan, who was re
cently transferred from tho position
of United States minister of Belgium
to that of ambassador to Japan, has
Bailed for his now post of duty at
After wandering aimlessly and out
of his mind for 14 years as the result
ot a fractured skull, Chandler Rcfters
of Seattle has been restored to him
self by an operation that removed the
pressure from his brain.
John R. Walsh, convicted former
president of the Chlcaga National
bank, died at his homo In Chicago
Monday He lived only nine days to
enjoy tho liberty of his parole from
the federal prison at Leavenworth.
The Rosebud land lottery opened
Tuesday. On tho choice of one of the
llttlo girls will rest the decision as to
who will be the owner of the richest
quarter section of land in the Rose
bud and Pino Ridge reservations.
Tho National Dairy congress and
exposition in session at -Chicago, In
eludes a brooders exhibit of fine cat
tlo and a collection of latest scientific
appliances and apparatus for tho band
ling and marketing of. milk and milk
products. Tho number ot cattle en
tries Is closo to the 1,000 mark.
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, president
Blnco 1905 ot the national woman suf
frago association, in convention at
LouIbvIIIo, Ky was re-elected unani
mously Monday, Second honors went'
to Miss Jane Addams, of Hull house,
To Important Chinese towns, Klu
Klang, In the province of Klang-Sl,
and Slan, capital ot 8hensl province,
have fallen into the hands of tho revo
lutionists, materially extending tho
area of the uprising, disheartening the
government and giving new confi
dence to revolutionary leaders.
The negotiations between China and
the four groups ot bankers who ar
ranged the currency reform loan of
$50,000,000 have been suspended.
A riot that extended for several
blocks, followed an attempt by work
men at the Brown shoo factory at
Brookfleld,' Mo., to run a number of
Greek employes ot the factory out of
Further defections to tho rebels, in
cluding Nan Chang, capital ot the
provinco of King Su, and Kwal Lis,
capital of Kwang SI, havo served' to
Increase tho tension of the revolution
THE SILVER JUBILEE
NEBRASKA CHRISTIAN ENDEAV
' ORER8 MEET AT LINCOLN.
NEWS FROM OVER THE STATE
What la Going en Hers and There
That Is of Interest to the Read
ere Throughout Nebraska
Lincoln. With several hundred del
egates present, the Nebraska silver
lubilee convention of the Nebraska
Christian Endeavor union opened Hb
Initial session Thursday afternoon.
Karl Lehmann of Boston, field secre
tary of the United Christian Endeavor
societies, presldedat the afternoon
Dedicate Odd Fellows Home.
York. An epoch In the history of
Odd Fellowship in Nebraska was
made when the members of the order
In tho presence of hundreds of Odd
Fellows, Rebekahs and thousands of
assembled spectators dedicated their
more than $100,000 Investment on a
magnificent site adjoining the city of
York on the southwest with all tho
care and comforts of a real home for
tho homeless and afflicted members
ot the order In tho state and for the
minor children of dead members.
. Crows Ate the Army Worms.
Wymoro. John H. Jones, a farmer
living near here, says that crowB and
blackbirds havo eaten all tho army
worms on his wheat fields, and that
tho wheat which was eaten off Is
sprouting again. About fifteen acres
of wheat was eaton by tho worms on
Mr. Jones' farm.
Tecumseh Bond Election Carries.
Tecumseh. At the special election
held hero Tuesday two propositions
for public Improvements wero success
ful. Ono was for bonds for Bowerago
mains In tho Bum of $7,000, and the
other was for a new concreto reservoir
for the water service in the sum of
Will Reconstruct Factory.
Grand Island. The reconstruction,
o far as machinery Is concerned, of
the local sugar factory, will take placo
as soon as tho present season of man
ufacture closes, which will be about
January 1. The present capacity of
the plant will be greatly increased.
Reception at Sutton.
Sutton. A reception was given in
honor of Rev. L. H. Kunst, who had
Just arrived home from Fort Wayne,
Ind., where he was elected president
ot the northwestern synod ot the Gor
man Reformed church.
NEWS FROM THE STATE HOUSE.
The county treasurers' annual con
vention Is to bo held at Omaha, Jan
uary 23 to 25.
The Oregon Trail commission has
taken steps to havo a suitable marker
erected at the intersection of tho old
Oregon trail and the Omaha-Denver
highway in Adams county
Tho state food commissioner's In
spectors prosecuted the Platte Center
Milling company of Platte Center for
selling short weight flour. The com
pany was fined $50 and costs.
T. C. Egleston of HarrlBburg, Neb.,
president of the state Irrigation as
sociation, called at the offico of State
Engineer Price to perfect arrange
ments for tho second annual meeting
of the association which will be held
at Bridgeport, November 14 and 15.
The association has Invited the entire
Nebraska delegation in congress to at
tend the meeting and has Invited con
gressmen and senators from other
The Burlington railroad, la Its an
nual report for 1911, shows an In
crease of nearly $4,000,000 In Its net
operating expenses this year over last
year. This results from an increaso
of $400,000 In gross operating reve
nues and a reduction of over $3,509,
000 in operating expenses. The an
nual report also shows that the com
pany earned 15 per cont on Its capi
tal stock and shows a surplus of $3,
149,879, as against $1,112,611 In 1910.
Five persons have applied for the
position soon to be vacated by Socro
tary Clark Perkins of the stato rail
way commission. The statute limits
the salary at $2,500 a year and the
commission haB been paying $2,400 to
Clark Perkins, secretary of ths Ne
braska railway commission, has re
signed to re-enter the nowspaper bus
iness. Mr. Perkins has bought the
Aurora Republican from Jaa. Schoon
over, and will take possession Novem
The last dollar in the state general
fund was paid out by State Treasurer
George on Friday morning, and war
rants are now being registered and
paid out of thepermanent school fund.
State Treasurer George will be
obliged to register a $14,000 warrant
drawn on the state general fund. The
general fund is exhausted and tho
large warrant Just presented will be
taken up wUh permanent school funds
and registered for the boneflt of the
school fund. The warrant was pre
sented by Gould It Son of Omaha, con
tractors who "are building a new struc
ture . at the state normal at Wayne.
BRIEF NEWS OF NEBRASKA.
Tho Presbyterian missionary hospi
tal Is completed at Watthill.
The new Catholic church at Crab
Orchard was dedicated last weok.
Nearly 400 conversions were made
at tho revival Just closed at Callaway.
The slate teachers' association
meets at Omaha on November 8, D
Nebraska's football team went down
to defeat at Minneapolis by a score
of 21 to 3.
The postofflce at Kelley, Sioux coun
ty, has beon discontinued. Mall will
go to Mitchell.
Eighteen thousand bushels of pota
toes, thirty carloads, have been ship
ped from Long Pine.
Steps have been taken to organize
a company and Install an electric
light plant at Beaver City.
The postofflce at Ashland was brok
en Into Sunday night and about $100
in stamps and cash taken.
Tho Baptist stato convention pledg
ed $7,000 to complete tho endowment
of $100,000 for tho Grand Island col
logo. Dr. Wright Nowmon of Aurora was
wounded by hunters who wero shoot
ing at decoys. He may lose his eye
sight. Postal saving banks will be estab
lished at Bridgeport, Havelock, North
Bend, Oakland, Overton and Stroms
The new municipal water plant at
Kenesaw is about comploted and It is
expected will be ready for uso by
W. R. Switzer of Broken Bow was
shot and seriously wounded by the
accidental dlschargo of a shotgun,
while out hunting.
Elaborate preparations aro being
made for dedication services of the
$50,000 Catholic church at Alllanco to
bo held November 15,
W. J. Walto, an editor of Exeter,
has a poultry plant with a six thou
sand egg incubator, to be increased
later to 24,000 egg capacity.
In compliance with an edict issued
by Pope Pius X, door collections at
the Catholic churches In the Lincoln
diocese have been abolished.
A new recruiting station for the
United States nvy will be opened at
Hastings. This will mako three re
cruiting stations in this state.
While playing marbles In the street,
Harry Kaufman of Lincoln, a two-year-old
boy, was struck by an auto
mobile. Tho boy lived only three
The new water works plant at Bla
den is being pushed to completion.
The mains are all laid, the tank com
pleted and the engine house- nearly
The nlne-monthB-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Chester Perkins at Lincoln, fell
head foremost into a gallon pall of
water Monday afternoon and was
On account of the depredations of
chicken thieves a poultry raisers' pro
tective association has been organ
ized at David City by poultry raisers
of the community.
Secretary G. A. Dlsbrow of the Hast
ings chamber of commerce, has tend
ered his resignation, which was ac
cepted at a special meeting ot the
board of directors.
An epidemic of hog cholera has
broken out In the neighborhood of
Kenesaw and a number of valuable
hogs have been lost by farmers resid
ing in that section.
The main building ot tho St. Fran
cis' mission at the Rosebud Indian
agency was destroyed by flro Satur
day, entailing a loss ot $35,000. The
building was totally destroyed.
James Boggs, an old resident of Fll
ley, has been appointed postmaster at
that place as a successor to J. M.
Llnscott, who has resigned and gone
with his family to the state ot Wash
ington. As Wilber Jump was going horns
from Sterling his team became fright
ened and ran away, throwing Mr.
Jump from the buggy In such a way
as to break both his legs Just above
Clarence Austin, a Burlington brake-
man, slipped on -a cinder at Sutton
while making a coupling and fell un
der tho wheels of a car. As a result
he will loso his right leg above the
knee and his left arm at the elbow.
Alma's new station is almost com
pleted. It is of brick and will cost
$13,000. The Burlington road will con
nect this witlh the old station, which
will bo used for freight. When fin
ished the new station will be the
handsomest between St. Josoph and
J. E. Glrton of Lincoln picked his
second crop of strawberries from a
small patch In his back yard ono day
Tho three-year-old son of William
Quick at Long Pino, died Sunday
morning from the effects of eating the
heads of matches.
Work on tho deep well at Nebraska
City continues, and they aro now
down to the depth of 2,703 feet and
expect to strike a flow of natural gas,
because they 'have found many signs
of it within the last 100 feet.
Ths Ancient and Accepted Scottish
Rite of Freemasonry has decided to
hold lta semi-annual reunion In Lin
coln on November 21 to 24, Inclusive.
A large class will receive degrees
running from the fourth to the thirty
second, Three thousand acres of land
around Fremont, that up to this sum
mer were prairie and hay, land, will
have been put In fall wheat by the
close of the present fall planting sea
son. The land Is being broken 'by
means of four big steam plows, which
are capable of tuning over forty acre
of sod every day.
A DESPAIRING WOMAN.
Weak, Tired and Almost Helpless
From Wasting Kidney Troubles.
Mrs. Emily Howes, 1700 Burling St.,
Chtcsgo, 111., says: "I had awful
pains through my hips and ftequently
wisnea i naa never
been born. I seemed
to have lost all inter
est In life. I doctored
for female trouble
thinking my condi
tion was duo to
of that nature, but
got no better. Final
ly I began using
Doan's Kidney Pills and to my sur
prise I began to Improve. They not
only corrected tho kidney action but
stopped tho pain and sickness I had
thought was due to female trouble."
"When Your Back Is Lamo, Re
member the Name DOAN'S." 50c. a
box at all stores. Foster-MUburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Risky Business. '
Mrs. Crawford I'll bo glad when
this false-hair fad goes out.
Mrs. Crabshaw So will I, dear. I'm
wearing so many different kinds that
when I find a strange hair on my hus
band's coat I really haven't the nerve
to accuse him.
Important to Mothers
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORIA, a safe and suro remedy for
Infants and children, and see that it
In Use For Over SO Years.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
Mistress Have you a reference?
Bridget Foino; 01 held tho poker
over her till 1 got tt Harper's Bazar,
CHRISTMAS POST CARDS FREE
Send 3e tump for tie sample at tnjr Tory cbolo
rst Gold BinbotMid Chrlalmus nd Mew Tear
l'ost Carts beaatltnt colon and lorelleit design!.
Ait l'ost Card Club. Til Jackson SU, Topcks, Kama
In this world ono must be a little
too kind to bo kind enough. Marl
vaux. We are more apt to regret the things
we haven't done than those we have.
ARE YOU FREE
Headaches, Cold, Indigestion,
Pains, Constipation, Sour Stomach,
Dizziness? If you are not, the most
effective, prompt-- and pleasant
method of getting rid of them is to
take, now and then, a deserUpootvj
fid of the ever refreshing and truly
beneficial laxative remedySyrup
of Figs and Elixir of Senna. It u
weM Known throughout the world
as the best of family laxative reme
dies, because it acts to gently and
strengthens naturally without ini
tating die system in any way.
To get its beneficial effects it if
always necessary to buy the genu
be, manufactured by the California
Fig Syrup Co., bearing the name
of the Company, plainly printed otr
the front of every package.
I bushel crops
T.M.K. Villa did
this at Mercedes, in.
the lower Gulf Coast
Country of Texas and
Louisiana. Jan. i8tb
last he planted 6 acres to corn. He
got 340 bushels, which sold for $1
a bushel. The whole cost of rais
ing came to $33, leaving a net profit
of $207. June 1st he planted a
SECOND crop and got 340 bushels.
This crop cost S39. leaving hhn a net profit
of fzot. From the a crops he cleared
I408 not bad for 6 acres; and he can grow
a crop of fall potatoes on the tame land
and market them before Christmas. This
Is not unusual in the
Gulf Coast Country
of Texas and Louisiana:
Three crops a year Is making money Justi
times as fast as youore,aodthoGulfCoasl
fanner saves mora of what ho makes than
the" northern farmer, because lie baa none or
the northern farmer's heavy winter expenses.
Better Look Into This I
The pleasure of a trip to tho Gulf Coast
Country, via the Frisco Lines, is well worth
the little cost of going. On the first and
3rd Tuesdays of each month, round trip
fares, via Frisco Lines, are GREATLY
REDUCED to any point in the Gulf Coast
Country of Texas and Louisiana. Ths
Frisco Lines operate splendid, electrio
lighted, all steel trains, daily from Chicago.
St. Louis, Kansas CityBIrrolnghara and
New Orleans. Every day these trains carry
through ears and on excursion days also
carry tovrist sleepers through to the Gulf
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