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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1902)
DICKINSON IS NON-COMMITTAL
Girl Manaper of Uaian Paoifio Kiither
Danisa Nor Canfinna Beport
TOO IUSY TO DISCUSS PUMOR OF QUITTING
XI la AtlHade, Tltk Other Thli,
lead Strength to ".lory that
He Will Be with Stll
General Manager Dickinson of the Union
Pacific baa returned from an official trip
north and was at his office In the general
headquarters building yesterday. An
effort waa made by reporters to Interview
Mr. DtcklDson upon the report that be bad
resigned to take the general management
of Btllwell's Orient road, but without avail.
"1 am too busy to talk to newspaper men
this morning," said Mr. Dickinson'. He de
clined either to deny or confirm the report
Ten when aaked to do so by "yes" or
Mr. Dickinson's treatment of the matter
and the persistency of the rumors tend to
Increase faith In their authenticity. Sev
eral of the moat prominent railroad men In
Omaha assert their belief that there la
more than mere rumor to the story.
"I am convinced that If there waa nothing
la this report, or even If there had been
something In It and waa not now by virtue
of the fact that Mr. Dickinson had definitely
and finally disposed of the matter, he would
'Im only too ready to say so and at leaat
give hi denial the same publicity as the
report haa attained," said a prominent
railroad official. "My impression Is that
Mr. Dickinson has received a proposition
from the Orient people, but haa not given
them a final answer, preferring to hold the
tnatter over until the meeting of the board
of directors of the Harrlman line a. Of
. course It's not atrange that a man In Mr.
I Dickinson's position shows an Indisposition
to take the publlo into his confidence upon
such a matter. I am rather Inclined to be
lieve that he has pursued a wise course In
not discussing the subject, which aeoma to
contain considerable substance."
Railroader Pretends to Know.
A railroad man from Kansas City in town
yesterday. In speaking of the Dickinson
story, proteases to have absolute knowledge
that It la correct that Mr. Dickinson has re
signed bis position as general manager of
the Union Pacific to accept the same posi
tion with the new Orient road.
It Is the general opinion that If Dickin
son haa accepted thla position the Kansas
City ft Orient road is backed by aoms of
the big financial Interesta of the country,
such as the Goulds, the Morgana, Hills or
Vanderbllts, which Insure Its permanency
a a real factor In the railroad world, in
stead of merely the project of a successful
promoter such as Arthur E. Stllwell la
generally regarded. Stllwell Is conceded
to 08 a skillful and Ingenlus projector, but
Is not acoorded a place among the strong
financial men of the railroad realm, not
withstanding the fact that many of his
friends cling tenaciously to the argument
that Stllwell possesses financial potency
sufficient to warrant the auccessful opera
tions of his latest schemes. Stllwell haa
recently returned from a prolonged trip to
Europe and Immediately upon hla arrival
cams the announcement from his own lips,
ooording to the press dispatches, that he
bad succeeded In accumulating Immenae
flnanotal resources and that he was now
prepared to put through with eminent suc
cess and facility bis new project, the Orient
road, which seems to be the climax of his
rather meteorlo career as a railroad starter,
nd to giro him some backing for hla claim
as a, builder and operator.
Part of Track to Operation.
Already short distances of the new road
aire In operation and tbs management has
riven out the report that all the construc
tion work Is being pushed with all possible
facility. It la said that the Interests back
of the road have been quietly looking over
tbs field for some time for the right man
place In charge of the Infant railroad, and
that such a man baa been decided upon In
Dickinson, who la to be placed in full charge
of the road giving to hla official funotlona
the wldeat scope which auoh a position ever
The report has gained currency that the
Goulds are Interested In the Stllwell 11ns
and that It Is through their Influence that
Dickinson, who baa alwaya been looked upon
as a strong Gould man. In bis present rela
tions, baa been decided upon as the general
manager of the new road.
The Peril of par Time
Is lung dlaeaae. Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds
cures lung troubles or no pay. 60c, 1L
For sals by Kuhn sc Co.
Ak-Bar-Ben prices all over the bouse at
tb big store of Hayden Bros. Read about
tbs bargslns oa Page 7.
lOW RATES TO ST.tt.OCIS
Via tho Mlesoarl Facile Railway, A.
. coaat rail Festivities,
Which Include the Great St. Louis fair,
which glvea $30,000 in premluma; the gor
geous Veiled Prophet pageant; street fair
aad carnival; boras show In the coliseum;
running horse races dally by the beat thor
oughbreds In' ths country, and base ball
games between the teams of ths American
and National leagues.
All event during October and tbs first
weak In November.
Ask your local agent for detailed infor.
(nation and visit the World's Pair city.
H. C. TOWNSEND.
" , Gen'l Pass'r and Ticket Agent.
Bt. Louis, Mo.
MANY CHEAP RATES
Via Wabash Railroad.
fU.50, EC Louis and return, October 5
ISS.S0. New York and return, October I
128.05, Washington and return, October
a to a.
1(1.75, Boston and return, October 6 to 10.
Many mors to polnta eaat. Call at Wa
tiaah corner, 1601 Fsrnam street, or address
Harry E. Moores, general agent passenger
department. Omaha. Neb.
Chicago to Ho.tua aad ltctara flU.OO.
, Via Erie Railroad.
Tickets on sale Oct. 7 to 11, lnclualve,
good to return on or before Oct. 11. By
deposit and payment of GO cents, sitenslnn
of limit to Nov. 12 may be obtained.
Through aleeper. For time tablea and de
tail information apply to Mr. H. L. Purdy,
traveling passenger agent Erie railroad.
PICKINGS NOT VERY BRISK
Llhi-Flacerd Gentry Does Little
Baslaees Daring the Electri
cal Pageant. (
The light fingered gentry did little busi
ness Thursday night, and very few reports
of losses have been received at the police
station. J. O. Conrad of Nebraska City Is
out a 200 diamond atud, which la supposed
to have been atolen while Mr. Conrad was
coming from South Omaha on a street car.
He spent the day In South Omaha, and bad
the stone when be boarded the car. When
he arrived at the Her Grand hotel the
stone was misting.
Adolph Jorgenson, who stops at the Sal
vation army rooms at Thirteenth and Har
ney streets, said hla pocket had been picked
for a silver watch while bs was watching
The residence ' of D. Hempshlre, 872J
Marcy street, was entered, and a plush
Jacket valued at 120 waa atolen. The bouse
was locked, and nothing else waa disturbed.
Strengthen the tired kidneys and purify
the liver and bowela with a few dosea of
Prickly Ash Bitters. It Is an admirable
Don't do a thing till you've read our ad
on Page 7. Hayden Bros.
The O, A. R. official train to the SOtb
annual encampment at Washington, D. C,
will leave Omaha 8:00 p. m., Saturday,
Department Commander Steele and staff
will accompany thla train and desire their
comrades and frlenda to Join them In mak
ing thin the banner G. A. R. train.
Go with them.
Past ride across Iowa, Illinois three
hours at Chicago through ths garden of
Canada past Niagara Falls and along the
historic Potomac, to the national capital.
Through cars Omaha to Washington, via
Rock Island, Wabash, Northern Central
and Pennsylvania railroads.
For full Information about low rates to
Washington (round trip from Omaha Is
only $28.06) and the Inexpensive side trips
from that city, call on or writs
C. A. RUTHERFORD. D. P. A.,
1328 Farnatn atreet, Omaha, Neb.
Exceptionally Low Rates for Septem
ber and October.
Every day during the months of Sep
tember and October, 1902, the Union Pacific
will sell one-way settlers' tickets at the
From Missouri River. .
$20.00, Ogden and Salt Lake.
$20.00, Butte and Helena.
$26.00, Portland and Ashland, San Fran
cisco, Loa Angeles and San Diego.
Correspondingly low rates from Inter
mediate points. City Ticket Office, 1324
Famam St. 'Phone 81.
The Pennsylvania Limited Represents
the Highest Limit
In traveling conveniences and luxury.
Leaves Chicago Union Station dally at E.30
p. m.; constats of Pullman-built cars ex
clusively club cafe car with barber shop
and bath, reading room and smoking parlor,
dining car, drawing room, sleeting cars and
compartment observation car with parlor
and observation platform and private rooms;
arrives New Tork next afternoon at 6.30
Chicago time, crossing the Allegbanlea In
daylight. For details communicate with H.
R. Derlng, A. O. P. Agt.. 248 South Clark
Announcements of tho Theaters.
Ths Orpheum will give the usual Satur
day matinee at 2.15 thla afternoon. The
feature of the bill in which the women feel
a special Interest Is Blla Wheeler Wilcox's
playlet entitled, "Her. First Divorce Case,"
which the talented comedienne Mettle Keen
ia presenting. The aeven other acta afford
good variety and much comedy, calculated
for the children as well aa adults. To
night will bring the week to a cloae and
beginning tomorrow matinee the bill will
comprises eight varied acts.
Sam'l Burns is selling a nlea seml-porce-
laln toilet aet, 12 pieces, $4.75.
King Cole Whole-Wheat Pancake Flour.
LOW RATES EAST
Via Milwaukee Ry.
. On October I, 8, 4 and 6 the Mtlwaukee
railway will sell round trip tickets to Wash
ington, L. C. for $28.06; also on same dates
half rates for round trip to points In Michi
gan, Indiana, Ohio and weatern Pennsyl
vania and very low rates to New Tork City
and Boston. On October 1 and I Chicago
and return, $14.75. City office, 1504 Farnam
street. F. A. NASH.
General Weatern Agent.
Gooa Position Open.
Good opening for a newspaper or magaalne
solicitor. Permanent poaitlon for a com
petent man Address Twentieth Century
Farmer, Bee Building, Omaha.
The day of blgh price is gone forever.
Read our ad on Page 7 and corns and see.
Publish your legal notices In The Weekly
Bee. Telephone 238. y
Lemaire opera glasses. Edholm. Jeweler.
Jolly Eight club's lively ball thla evening
at Washington Hall, 18th and Harney
a treats; fine orchestra. A grand good time
for you. Genta 25c. Welcome.
The big store s ad la on Page 7. It'a Hay
Unmounted diamonds. Edholm, Jeweler.
VCARTHT Mrs. Mary, wife of Danl.l
McCarthy, at re.liienre, lout South
Twenty-third street, at 7 a in., Friday,
Funeral at I 30 p. ni. from 8t. Peter's
Church- Friends Invited. (Washington, D.
C. sod Philadelphia pspera please copy).
Spring Lamb. Spring Lamb
OUR GREAT LAMB
Front quarters, per lb .SHo
Hind quarters, par lb.... lie
LAST SATURDAY wa sou Id not wait
satisfactorily upon every customer be
cause of the extra rush. TODAT aad
SATURDAY we have added to our ex
cellent corp of practical butchers.
COME IN CROWDS. WI CAM 11LL
BUSY HEAT IURKET,
TUB GREATEST REFRIGERATOR
PLANT OUTSIDE THH
Open a Bank Account.
Deposits Made Now Draw Interest (or tho Entire Month of Oetobrr.
4 Interest Paid
Compounded every 3 months, en accounts from $1 to $1,009.
All Deposits, Whether Certificates or Book Acsounts,
Payable on Deman d Jg?
Report of the Condition of J. L. BRANUEIS dt SONS, BANKERS, at
the close of the first 'month s business, with 1.01a depositors.
STATEMENT OCTOBER 1, 1WI2.
City of Omaha bonds, 6
per cent f 25,(100 00
Demand loans. New Tork 2n.onn.oo
Time loans 3,nco.OQ
Premium account 312.50
Interest ' 170.11
Due from reserve banks B3.TO2.U
Cash on hand 9.041. 00
Checks on other banks 2.63.14
Capital $ 60,000.00
Pass books 62,753.29
Tlmo certlflrntes 1,625. no
Demand certificates 27a. SJ
Total 1U,55S.2S Total 1114.658.28
Do not hesitate to ask for Information In regard to the financial strength
of our bank. We are at all times ready to furnish full Information in regard
to the bank and its Investments. Every month we furnish reports showing tho
rowutlon of this bank. Depositors' money Invested in Omaha bonds and other
high class securities.
We Are Pleased toxCash Checks.
Railroad Cheeks Cashed
C. M. St. P.,
C. St. P. M. A O.
City, County and
Postoffiee Money Orders.
Express Money Orders.
Swift A Co. Par Checks.
Armoar A Co. Pay Checks.
Cadahy Pay Checks.
Hammond Pkar. Co. Cheeks.
Omaha Pks;. Co. Checks.
Telephone Pay Checks.
Postmaster's Pay Checks.
Omaha Water Co. Pay Checks.
Omaha A Co. Bloffs. St. Ry. Co.
Pay Cheek a.
All Cheeks ou Other Hanks.
Tlie Little Home Savings Bank
Which is loaned1 free
to depositors of $1 or K
more is proving its
value every day. It
is the starting point of
economy and thrift,
j and its fruit is golden.
Yoar Acoonnt Solicited. .
Banking Hours 9 a. m. t 5 p. m.; Saturdays Until 9 p. m.
Call and et one.
Bank Under Government Supervision,
BANKERS J t
aire i n,m umim mm
Tho Little Green Card
whlrh the OMAHA DRUG COMBINE
FORCES THE TRAVELING MEN TO
PROCURE has an addition built to It in
the shuie of A LITTLE BELL WHICH
JINGLES MERRILY whenever the pos
sessor nenrs BCHARFER S CUT PRICE
DRUG STORE. This is to warn the
KNIGHT OF THE GRIP that he must
not enter that BAD, BOLD PIACE. Mr.
Baesett of Bauer & Black told us this
yesterday and he was so worried for fear
some druggist would see him leave our
store that he asked where he could find a
rar which would "take him straight up"
where they don t sell:
$1.00 Peruna for
jl.OO Bromo Seltzer for :
11.00 Wine of Cardul for
2o Laxative Bromo Quinine for
20c Quinacetol (guaranteed cold cure)
$1.00 German Klmmell Vtltters
tl.W) I'anaaian wan mB.......
i r r'V.tr' Vennvroval Pills...
tlaO Marvel Whirling Spray Syringe. ...$3.50
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Tel. T4T. 8. W. Cor. ith and Chlcaao.
THE CARE OF THE HAIR
u'd ba flntetnt to wr mu. If Oiy at
).mc4, lieu tK raMd tu satunl
The Imperial Ha!r Regenerator
oron ttti Carjaagoodoaee HaftrtiaBiti
Imperial Chemical 'Jo.. 1J6 VV. rid 8l. N. Y.
Sold by Sherman & McConnell Drug (Jo. .
la tkeeekoowledred BTANDAKD RAIB
OOLORINUot tbS..- It U eaaUf ap
DliwL make U. bttr soft ana sIomt. Ii
etwolntiU Itsrxnle... Kit. pi. of htUrooi.
"ONI A10D" "SHOES'
Ws manufacture 1 and sell Men s
Shoes .exclusively. You cannot pur
chase a genuine pair of Regent Shoe
company shoes except at our Fifteenth
Every pair of ahoea aold by ua are
guaranteed and we buy them back if
yxiu are not satisfied. Seventy-six
styles to select from.
Look for the "ONIMOD" trade mark
stamped In the sole.
Prices always the same.
205 South 15th St.
in Omaha everybody seems to be
going one the carnival grounds, the
other 1419 Farnam atreet.
Tomorrow (Saturday) will be an
other boys' shoe day. We always
make ' Saturday boys' day and aell
more $1.60 ahoea than all Omaha put
together. . -
There's a reaaon for it it'a because
they are ths beat $1.50 shoe ever
sold.' made right and made from' the
best kinds of leather.
Bring the boy in and let us show
you how to save money on your boys'
DREXEL SHOE CO
Omaha's Uo-to-Date Shoe House,
1419 FARNAM STREET.
Fine Photographic Work
Wt are opea Sunday from 10 a. m. to 4 a. m
1406 Farnam St.
Deputy Stats VetertnrJaa
H. L. RMMCCIOTTI, D. V. S.
Offloa and Infirmary, 0th and Mason Sta.
ii A portion of the committee carefully blindfotd-
ed themFelves" and got tho rough end of it That
portion represents well the parents who fail to clothe the hoyH
and girls in Lilliputian wear, for Lilliputian apparel is the best
experience can produce or money buy at each price. This condi
tion prevails simply because we take good pains to have it so.
CAT Loom FOB A POSTAL.
1615 UOlGLAa ITRECT.
'She Greatest Bargain
evervt of tKe entire week taJkes
plaice at "The Nebraska" Saturday
Thenomenal is the only word that expresses the greatness of
A Saturday's bargains. To Ak-Sar-Ben visitors in Omaha we
say, do your trading tomorrow. Saturday's bargains will make it
worth your while to buy generously. Visit our men's and boys1
clothing department, our women's cloak and suit dept., our men's
and women's shoe department These great departments are, lit
erally overflowing with remarkable values. Every section is filled
with' bright new fall attire. The showing this season is certainly
more extensive, more satisfying, more bewitching than ever before
We Are Determin
ed to Surpass
All previous seasons in our. showing of Women's
Ready-to- Wear Garments.
This great third floor department the largest,
lightest and brightest in all Omaha is full to its ut
most limit with a magnificent' " display of the season's
choicest productions in women's ready-to-wear outer
garments. Nothing that could add tp the already ad
vanced position occupied by this magnificent depart
ment has been overlooked nothing that could be
called for by the best informed followers of fashion
but has a place in this superb display and with it all,
prices are astonishingly small never so small qual
ities considered. 1
Saturday we wish to call your epeoial attention to.
four lines of Pedestrian Suits
$10, $12, $14.75, ; $18.75
(arms Xw&m,- 4
A SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
A wonderful assortment of 5I Tl (f
Men s Stylish Suits at - - kp 1 J
The best assortment and the finest val
ues we ever had in our store. They are
high grade tweeds, brown and gray chev
iots, in neat and striking effects. Every
garment is guaranteed to hold its shape
because every stitch is carefully done.
These suits have hand-made collars that
make them fit smooth and snug around
the neck. Look them over, if you wish
to spend about $10.00 for your suit.
We Have Two Special Lines
of Boys' Suits to Offer You
At $2.00 We have a wonderfnl suit for
boys.) It is a double-breasted two-piece
suit for boys 8 to 16 years of age. They
are made of strictly all wool gray mixed
Scotch cheviots, in beautiful patterns.
The value in this suit is out of the ordi
nary THEY ARE 3.50 . O CC
VALUES SATURDAY -W . V V
At $ 3.00 We offer a boys' two-button
double breasted suit, made of fine, dark
Scotch cheviots and beautiful cassimtres,
coats lined with fine Italian lining the
pants have a patent waistband and ' the
seams are all taped and reinforced the
sizes are for boys 6 to 15 THEY ARE
POSITIVELY $5 VALUES, O AA
MM aasT Bt W
StastsaMMs,,,. r tM J
AtBelow Factory Priocs
Amon which are the followln
and many others. We also have
Harmonist, the beat piano player,
and complete line of Victor Talk
log Machines and Zonophonea. Sheet
Music, 1c per copy. BOo Harmonicas,
20a. 25c Harmonicas, 10. All mu
sical foods In proportion. Ak-Sar-Ben
Tlsltora cordially Invited.
(East of Carnival Orounds.)
Collins Piano Co.
1UJ-.J Deasslas lret-
Official Ak-Sar-Ben Program
, ', I t. m. Grand parade, starting from 17th and Farnam, down Farnam to Hth
street, down 16th street to postofflce, ending at 1618 Capitol aye.
10 a. m. Grand rsrlsw and Inspection of buggies, carriages, wagons and har
10:80 a, m. Purchaas of latest style buggy, from ths largest display of ye
hides to he seen In Omaha. ' ,
1 p. m. Magnificent parade, composed of one horse In new harness,, one up.
to-date, high quality buggy, ons proud mar. and admiring multitude.
Farads will last all afternoon and will end at den of Ak-Bar-Bea where
1516-18 Capitol Avsj. '
will b. gWen highest award for completeness of stock, variety of styles, high
. quality of gooda and range of prlcea. ; , . r
. r NOTE After tho parade, a horse blanket and lap robe sals will bs held In
the carriage repository. The stock Is the largest carried In Omaha.
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