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TITE OMAITA DAILT BEE: FIUDAY, AFItIT 24, 190.-..
LABOR RECRUITING STATION
Thousands of Hen for Bailraad Work to Bo
Eent Out of Omaha.
MANY WILL COME FROM NORTH AND EAST
ma for Basleet Coaetraetloa and
Repair fleaoea la Maay Years
y aa Omaha la to Be C an
tral Labor Market.
Omaha la to become the recruiting station
thla summer of vast armies of laborer for
western railroad work. If preaent plana are
carried out. Coincident with the tremend
ous amount of railroad conatructlon now In
progress and pending la a movement to mo
bollie men from the eaat and north in
Omaha and ahlp them to various weatern
polnta. Rallroada are taking an active hand
In thla acheme which In all probability will
amount to a big thing, the biggest of Ita
kind, the promoters say, ever known In the
history of the great growing weat. No es
timate u made of the orobable number of
men that will be recruited, but It la stated
that there is no danger at all hut that
everyone brought In will be given ready
employment, for "laborera are few" In com
parlson to the Immenae volume of work
that is on band.
At present great numbers of men are
employed throughout the aouthweat and
weat where the new Kansas City, Mexico
at Orient, and the Southern Pacific are do
ing a great deal of building, the former
new and the latter repair and extension
work. Already these companies are said
to have encountered serious difficulty In
getting enough men to keep their work
going. Then there la the construction of
the new Clark lines from Salt Lake to Los
Angeles, soon to begin, as soon in fact aa
contracts can be let and equipment for
construction - placed upon the ground.
Senator Clark, like General Manager Dick
inson and other, officials of the Orient road,
la determined and has so expressed him
self, to proceed with all possible facility
to the work of building a railroad. It la
necessary, therefore, to get in the labor
market In due time in order to get the
workmen. Both the Orient and the Clark
line will supply long jobs, so that there
will be that advantage In employing men.
General Manager Dlckaon atated once that
two years at least would be required to
complete the Orient road.
Repair and Improvement Work.
However, thla Is not the only work de
manding thla class of laborers in the weat.
Considerable la being done or mapped out
in the northwest and even nearer the mid
dle weat la there need for a considerable
Dumber of men for repair and Improvement
work. It is said. Indeed, that the volume
of railroad construction in the west haa not
been greater for many years.
Naturally thla outlook la not discouraging
to the man who haa to work. With the In
creased demand la anticipated and doubt
less will come a corresponding increase in
wagea, which have been on a gradual rise
for several years.
The effect of this movement doubtless will
be materially felt in Omaha, not only be
cause this city has been decided on aa the
recruiting station, but because just at prea
ent there is a spell of idleness due to va
rious strikes. This meana that a vaet num
ber of men are not at . work. While the
majority of theae may be skilled workmen,
yet no inconsiderable proportion are un
akllled laborers, and among them doubtless
are many who will follow the vast caravan
that la to move westward from "the Gate
City this summer. If this Is done It may
have a very material effect upon the prea
ent labor disturbances in Omaha. .
,' Back of this movement is said to be eon
alderable local Influence. A number of
Omaha mm of means are understood to
have Invested in the stock of the Orient
road to such an extent, some of them, as to
become very much interested In seeing the
construction work rapidly advanced. These
factors are said to be wielding a potent In
fluence in thla mobilisation scheme. The
Clark people have made available for their
road building $25,000,000 In cash and are
planning to issue $50,000,000 in gold bonds,
the balance not taken by projectors to be
placed upon the market. So that they are
as anxious to promote their work as the
THE BEXUBTT COMPART.
rl4ar Grocery Specials.
Several thouaand packages vegetable and
flower seeds, to eloae out 1 cent package
1 cent package 1 cent package.
Bread large loaf 3c.
Rice good pound 6o.
Prunes California pound 5c.
Pickles assorted bottle 9c.
Olives bottle 9c.
Baked Beans caa 4c.
Clam Chowder can lOo.
Chocolatina can 10c.
Macaroni 1-pound package lOo,
Gelatine package 10c.
Another big, generoua offer Bennett'a
Capitol Creamery butter 1-pound brick
22c. Remember this price is for Friday
Fresh Roasted Coffee pound 10c.
Tea Sittings pound 15c.
Picture free to every customer at our
Tea. and Coffee Department.
All day Friday we offer a special bar
gain In Chocolate Creams freh made
flavored with vanilla pound 10c.
Gum Dropa pound 8c.
Mixed Candy pound 9c.
Toaated Marshmallowa package So.
Special 20e Tobacco Pounch 15c
Cob PI pea worth 2c go at lc. '
La Belle Creole 10c cigar three tor 25c.
Porto Rico Cigar 25 for 60e.
THE BE.1KBTT COM PANT.
lfl,teO Lemons ,10,960
Large juicy fruit on aale Friday at, each,
1 cent 1 cent 1 cent 1 cent.
Lemonade Is the proper drink this hot
To clean up our large stocks of ONION
SETS 2hb cents per quart tVi cents two
quarts for 6 cents and four quarts for 10
centa. Juat think of thla price. Comment
HAYDEVS CLOTHING BALE.
Immenae Parenaae of Croats A Braa
degree Wholesale Snrplaa Stock of
. Sprlnar aad gammer Clothlas;.
Thla famoua eaatern concern Is anxloua
to push its clothing In the west. Harden
Broa. have secured exclusive sale. To en
able us to make a big Introductory aplurge
at low prlcea the firm cloaed out to ua their
entire spring and summer suits at about
(Oo on the dollar. This immense purchsse
of finest clothing will go on sale Saturday.
Full partlculare in Friday night papers.
BALM FOR AN ACHING HEART
Fifty Thoatsam Dollars Amoaat
Aaked For la Breach of
Miriam Genevieve Babcock, aged 28 and
resident in Scott, N. Y., haa filed in dis
trict court here the petition la a $50,000
breach of promise suit against Dr. Jesse
R. Burdlck, a physician officlng In the Bee
building. , The plaintiff avera that she and
the defendant have been friends since child
hood, that at Scott on September 15, 1900,
at his request she agreed to marry htm;
that her parents gave him $110 to help get
established in Omaha; that he wrote her at
various times he Intended to marry her in
the summer of 1902; that on September 30,
1902, he wrote to break off the engagement,
and on October 15 married Mlas Myrtle Cole
GIGANTIC PCRCHASE TOP COATS AND
An exceptionally late purohase, of a well
known manufacturer'a overatock, at con
siderably lower figures than usual. Rain
coats and top coats, which earlier In the
season would have sold for
$7.50 and $8.50 coats during thla sale
$10.00 and $11.00 ooata during this aale
$15.00 and $18.00 coats during this sale
$20.00, $22.50 and $26.00 coats during thla
Top coats, 12 to H Inches long shower
proof coats, 48 to 52 inches long ths latest
fashionable lengths. Good dressers will
readily recognise the high quality of these
well known bakes of overcoata' whan they
An actual saving, of nearly one-half of
early season prices on - sale Friday and
Saturday. BERG-SW ANSON CO.,
Correct Dress for Men and Boys.
Peel 4 Co.
1 L 1 I i 1 f 111 l 1 "
Oil iflii, .i-
a sUbaW at a
TODAY REMNANT DAY
Great Wash Goods Purchase
From an Eastern Waist and Skirt Manufacturer
Wt bought the entire stock of a manufacturer of the highest tint
Waists and Suits and secured a magnificent line of summer
dress good there art silk linens, grass linen, American pongee,
mercerized suiting, silk mousscline tomorrow they alt go on
jront bargain counter well worth 50c a yard at
Imported Dress Goods at 174c and 35c
Another shipment of those famous remnants from the IT. S. custom
house each bundle contatna many pieces alike enough for
waist or skirt. These high grade dress goods are worth actu
ally aa high as $3.60 a yard go tomorrow at each
Dress Goods Remnants at 25c and 50c
We have thoroughly gone over our regular stock of Dress Goods and offer
some remarkable bargains.
All the remnants of Drees Goods we
nave been renins; up to
86c a yard black and
colon in t to 7
yard pieces at
All the mnst expensive
are valued up to $2
a yard black and
colors 3 to 6-yard
pieces go at
Rood 3 that
$3.00 Cloths for 75c
Here are Clothe that have sold regularly at $3.00 a yard they are Tweeds,
Cheviots, Panamas, Canvas, etc. all colors and black ekirt
lengths and several plecea alike, making enough for entire
Embroideries Kemnants and sample atripa in short
lengths of all kinds of Embroideries and Insertings
nice, fine qualities, all widths 4 j.
go at yard 15C"72CeJ2C
Laces Remnants and odd pieces of Laces, over 100
styles on bargain counters, worth 4 0 -,
up to 25c yard go at yard.... 10C-5C"eJC"l2C
Special Bargains in the Basement
White Plquea One big lot of One
white fitques, the regular ffc
Lawns One big table o! fine lawns
the regular 7V4c kind, Olp
Zephyr Ginghams One big table
of fine zephyr gingham, the Qln
regular 16c kind, for, yard I
Lace Lawns One big counter of
fine mercerized black lace r
lawns, regular 25c kind, yard..
Denims- -One big counter of plain
and fancy figured den'ms, the Cn
regular 26c kind, for, yard
Dimities One big, table of fine
dimities and fine lawns, In neat,
fancy figures, the regular Sp
15c kind, for, yard
White Lawns One big table of
fine plain white lawns, corded dim
ities and shirt waist madras, worth
up to 25c a yard, go In long fft
tnlll remnants, at, yard
. 25c kind, for, yard
Silk Finish Calicoes One big coun
ter of fine silk finish calicoes, O I p
worth 7Hc, for, yard ua
Bleached Muslins One big table of
fine bleached muslins, such as Lons
dale, Fruit of the Loom, all of them
branded, worth 86c, flr
go at, a yard UJW
riercerlzed Walstlngs One big lot
of remnants of fine mercerized
basket weave watstlngs, in short
remnants, up to a yard long, Cp
go at, each
Mercerized Sateens One big coun
ter of mercerised sateen, Bp
worth lac, goes at, yard t'w
Henrietta Sateens One big coun
ter of double-fold fine henrietta sat
eens, mercerised rateens and Firm
er satin, worth up to 45c a 7 o f
yard, In black and all colors... I'
J. L. Brandeis & Sons, Boston Store
Wabash R. R.
St. Louis and return $13.50. Sold April
K-2T-28-29-30 and May 1. New Orleans and
return, . $29.60. Sold April 11-11-13. May
1-2-1-4. Information, City Office. 1601 Far
nam 8t., or address Harry E. Moores, o.
A. P. D., Omaha, Nsb-
St. Paul and Kntnrat.
On April 21 and 28 the Illtnota Central R.
R. will sell tickets to St. Paul and Minne
apolis and return at rate of J1I.S5. good tor
return 21 days from date of sale.
Tickets at No. 1402 Farnam St.
W. H. BRILL, D. P. A..
T. LOl'IS ASD HETIH1.
i , ,
. Yla Mlasoarl Pacific Railroad.
$12.(0 for round trip, from April 2( to May
J Inclusive. For Information call at city
fflce, southeast corner Fourteenth and
AamowBeciaeate of the Theaters.
The engagement of Mary Mannerlng In
Clyde Fitch's new comedy, "The Stubborn
ness of Geraldlne," will begin at the Boyd
tonight. The play, which waa written espe
cially for Mlsa Mannerlng, la one of ths
pronounced successes of the present sea
son. It comes to thla city direct from the
eaatern cities, with the prestige of com
plete approval for atar, play, players and
production. It Is described as a pleasant
blend of merriment and sentiment. It Is
the simple story of the romance of a high
spirited typical American girl and a Hun
garian nobleman who U poor but no fortune
hunter. Manager McKee has spared no ef
fort thla season to surround Miss Manner
lng with a company of unusual strength
and to provide a production notable for
beauty in every detail. The company la
headed by Arthur Byron and lnclades among
other well known playera Amy Rlcard, Anita
Rothe, Rosa Cooke, Mrs. Whlffen, John
O. Baville and H. Haasard-Short.
Lovers of music' should hear Theobaldl,
"Wizard of the Violin," at Waahlngton hall
tonight. Theobaldl la of the Ole Bull type
and well merlta the encomluma that have
been heaped upon him.
WeddlasT Arrsi(mti Changed.
Owing to severe Illness at the home ot
Mr. T. W. Taliaferro, the wedding of Miss
Josephine Carey Stanton and Mr. T. F.
Kennedy will take place at- the Paxton
hotel on April 25 at 8:30 p. m.
iimimin ji i ...mini, in in .mi min,n.iimii.i..nilw.,il-iurJimpCTi
75c Ladies' and Misses' Hats 10c.
HUNDREDS AND HUNDREDS OF UNTRIMMED HATS For
ladies and misses, also some 8AMPU SAILOR HATS and
other Hats nor one worth less than ,
Now Picture Department-Third Floor.
ANNA HELD FENCING GIRLS IN PHOTO COLORS With medallion f fk
effect, very popular; also other pretty subjects, f
worth 60c, at "iWU
ONE THOUSAND ROUND PICTURES With ornamental molding, J f
' many attractive subjects, sell elsewhere for 25c, I II 0
tomorrow at J .....""
Remnant Sale Shoes
IN BASEMbNl. SfmC
All the Shoes and Slippers from the "Ml VI
Blair stock will be closed out regard- nj 3
less or gusi ur vaiuc, cat . v r pt
- ii eaw swa i.u-mju At. ui.ni.il' 'iJsii'Mwupjsit tsysi 7 )si.sj; ;fff f
Douglas Printing Co., 1508 Howard. Tel.
Past Chaarellora' Association.
A state meeting of Knights of Pythias
at Lincoln Wednesday organised a pant
chancellors' association and adopted a con
stitution providing for quarterly meetings
hereafter. R. J. 8a Ion of Geneva lodge No.
13 was elected president; W. A. Howard of
Uncoln lodge No. 1, secretary, and Will C.
Matthews of Nebraska lodge No. 1, Omaha,
chairman of the board of directors. The
next meeting will be held In Lincoln
about July 1.
Friday special In drapery department.
For one day only we will sell all our 5c,
75c and 85c sash net whits and colored 27
and 36 Inch width, per yard, 46c.
MRS. J. BENSON.
Ths corset to MAKE the hip and the corset to SHAPE the
hip. In all the new leading models, with or without boss sap
porters. Ths La Grecque belt, long hip model, gives long,
unbroken curves, shews no ridges through unllned gowns, ele
gantly satin covered, elastics attached price $7.60. Lighter
weight qualities, $1.50 and $3.00.
The La Ritta. aa elegant $-gored corset, of finest French cantllle, very long skirt,
pure whalebone filling, with triple front steel, haa no equal for durability for stout
ladiea frlce $7.50.
- - Models for slighter figures, $3.50 and $5.00.
The Nemo Curved Mould in the figure building system for slight ladles, and the
self-reducing models price $2.00 to $5.00.
Other equally elegant ahapes In P. D.. Kabo, P. N-, W. B., R- A G., Bon Ton
Thompson. Warner's and othera prlcea 60c and p.
Eahlln forma, $1.00 and $150.
SEE OUR NEW BaVSTLES, TO WEAR OVER OR UNDER THE CORSET.
J. B. REYNOLDS,
City Passenger Agent,
1502 Farnam St., Omaha.
We are ahowtng an especially fine as
sortment of carriage robe, Including
green cloth and line pluah, and In order
to advertise ourselves a bit. we are aell
Ing them at from W. 50 to J0 each. You are
liable to think their value worth double.
All leather suit cases.
Jia riokt ihtno in evervlklHe
$4.50 to tM covers our Una of cow hide
,w t h .ho.ll .Itln If 1 II rl thHl Villi
buy at bargain prices, but the genuine article the kind that lasts a Ufa
tims. You never have to buy but one, unltaa you need two.
Suit tests, traveling bag and valises.
I Alfred Cornish 1210 Farnamvsi.
ULi!ii,.i.....i.iiu.uii.w.isji i II IlllaWlu
to Ellay fist I
the Burlington sells round trip
tickets to St. Louis for $13.50.
return limit May 4th.
Account Dedication Ceremo
nies of the Louisiana Purchase
Exposition, and International
Good Roads Convention.
The Burlington Is ths smooth road to St.
Louis. Four trains every dsy, but the best
ons leaves at :10 P. M., arrives at St
Louis 7:1 next morning.
YOUR CHANCE the chance of
your life will have slipped away
with the close of this GREAT SPE
CIAL PURCHASE PIANO SALE! In
a few days the entire $W,000 worth of
standard 1903 pianos purchased from
three overstocked, famous' makers
now selling at a positive discount of
SO per cent off eastern prices will
have disappeared. Tou will have lost
the opportunity to get a fully guar
anteed, beautifully built, ' superbly
toned Instrument at a price actually
below wholesale. The piano you IN
TENDED to buy will belong to an
otherTerms very eaay Write, If
you can't call.
High Grade Parlor Upright.
Puritan Model Used by Artists.
1425.00 $297 50
Stylish Cabinet Upright.
450.00 $315. OO
Handsome Modified Colonial.
Celebrated Florentine Model.
Renaissance Cabinet Grand.
We do fine piano repairing
In our own factory.
Pianos perfectly tuned at
Omaha, 1623. Co. Bluffe, 368.
502 Broadway, Oounoll Bluffe.
The MacCartby 1903 Two
Button Peak Lapel Sack. -
No atyle quite ao . stylish
for youngish or slim men
aa this. Made with long
peak lapel, designed to show
a trifle of the vest shaped
shoulders fitting comfort
ably snug around the hips
Just slightly shaped back.
Trouaers with a auggea
tlon ot peg top with our
own shaped trouaer bottoms.
Worn with a fancy vest, It
Is the acme of summer s'yle.
$25 to $45 Is the price raDge
you pick your fabrlo and
you pay your price. .
1710-12 Farnam St..
Phone I80S. Bee Buildlaf .
Well! Is This Schaafers?
Many of our patrons don't recognize' our
new more and ak the above question in
variably. Our reply is the same to all.
New fixtures and modern, up-to-date store,
but the aame system of buying and selling
drug needs at a reasonable price above
cost. We are better able now thai ever to
care for tn wants of all patrons and are
pleased to have you Inspect the most mod
ern drug atore in Omaha and save money
on your drug bills by patronizing the only
antl-comblne drug house In thla city.
$1.00 Elker-Hoft Consumption Cure (?).. 7So
si. oo iservita 7c
too Nrrvlta 40c
5ic Bar lien a
$1.09 I'eruna genuine no limit... tlo
II 00 Chichester's Pennyroyal Pills 7ic
I2.C4) Chester's Genuine Pennyroyal
$1.(10 Hers Malt Vlilnkey Wart It?.... Mo
1 lie) Pure Canadian Malt Whi'key 75c
$100 Plerce a Remedies 4o
101 Miles Nervine 74c
l.uo Cramer's Kidney Cure guaranteed Tic
&c Genuine Castorla 24c
Two Phoaes 747 mud 707.
S. W. Corner lth aad Chicago Sts.
A Suit . . .
WE OFFER ADVICE WHEN IT
IS WANTED AND WE ACCEPT
ADVICE WHEN THE CUSTO
MER DESIRES TO GIVE IT.
Tailors. 309 S. 16th 5treet.
None but skilled union labor employed
V B f- 1 e ra A n ....
r rriaav is iieinnani uv
fullyS ln "l0 Great Domos"fc
TUB ItEI.I Atll.K STORE. ISWWIIH
ONE DAT ONLY WOOL DRESS GOODS R EMNANTS
All wool 40-Inch to 60-Inch wide, every virletr of weave and color, worth
$1.60, $2.00 and $2.60 per yard all will
go at the one price of .'
Remnants of printed madras. French plaids, srphyr ginghams, printed batistes.
ed and laco atrlped Swisses, printed dimities, black corded batistes,
spun glass linings, assorted
colors, worth up to 20c, for
Remnants of printed batistes, printed dimities, black sateens and plain colored cham-
bray ginghams, worth up to 12Hc 1 1 I
Remnants of double fold, extra heavy dark blue percale, yard wide, light colored per
cales, printed dimities and black sateen lf
worth 10c and 12V4c for
Remnants of dress ginghams, In stripes and checks, extra heavy
quality worth 10c for
Remnants of apron check ginghams
worth 10c for
A full line of new spring styles and colorings, strictly fast colors
Scotch lawns, worth 10c tor
A complete line of gent's balbrlggan undershirts and drawers. In the natural
colors of the cotton snd fancy colors, worth 60c for
A large line of gent's medium weight, plnln snd ribbed undershirts
worth 35c for
A complete assortment of sizes ot ladles' white Jersey ribbed.
Seamless vests worth 25c for
Great Grocery Sale
1 sack graham
1 sack rye
1 sack rye
CANNED, MEAT BALE
1 pound can cornbecf Tf,,
U pound can potted 191 r
U. pound can potted "T,
H pound can ham
1 pound can ham
potted chicken .
. potted chicken ,
crackers . .
CANNED MEAT SALE
H lb. can Vienna "1
sausage I u
1 lb can Vienna
H lb. can beef
1 lb can beef
1 lb. can roast
H lb can cornbecf
CANNED MEAT SALE
These canned meats are
frexh and have been Juat
canned. They never were
sold so cr-eap and will be
on sale only a very short
V6 lb can .
cornbeef .., I2ic
i lb. can 7r
veal loaf I
1 lb. can ICr.
veal loaf ..: ID
M lb. qan potted O,,
H lb. can potted "1n
!4 lb. can
Vi lb. can
deviled ham ........
U. th. ran
Vi io. can grp
H lb. can 7.,
deviled tongue u
!4 lb. can Cf
potted beef 9"
Vi lb. can On
potted beef ....... e e sr
Your Spring or Summer Suit
if made by us will be far the handsomest suit you have
ever worn. Our exclusive patterns are the . finest and
nobbiest ever shown. Let us show them to you.
We havu the finest line of Imported woolens ln the city. Suits from
$35.00 to $40.00.
j. A. Kervan Tailoring Company
1316 Farnam Street
SEWING MACHINES AND SUPPLIES
We handle the best make of sewing jnachlne attachments and material of all kinds.
Machines sold on small monthly payments or for cash at liberal discount.
At' present we have a large number ot old machines In good order from $1.00 and
P. E. FLODMAN & CO.
TELEPHONE 1574. 1514 CAPITOL AVENUE.
It's the Way They're Made "
That Is why our trunks prove to be more durable
neater satisfactory and are more - economical. The
material used is the best the workmanship superior.
The designs the latest. They cost you but little more
than a cheaf one.
RtSPAIRIHQ D02IH. TEL. 10M.
THE MORE LIMITED YOUR INCOME
the more' imperative is your duty to save. Saving is a hattit
easily acquired. Why not open a savings account with the 1
CITY SAVINGS BANK Zg?JS2"
Full Set of Teeth, $3
n h.i. Amtlili admitted to sup course
for $100.00. We maks money bv teaching
our course and don't need to charge suott
nrr AH Work
-' Charges for
$5.00 Gold Crowns. $3.00
IN ORDER TO INCREASE OUR CTJNKJ
we want every man, woman and child t
have their mountha examined by the pro
fessors of this college.
Small charges for material.
We do aa we Advertise.
Bet ot Teeth WOO, uplOold FlIllnsa.Tto. up
teeth extracted freo. Fillings from..26o. uo
J2k Gold Crowns. .KJBrldge Work.U.16. up
UNION DENTAL COLLEGE
OF PAINLESS PTCNTISTRT.
s-,tnT AO PTD1TTT iCCM .1
AttZZ MJJ KJ VJ u t?shsMf .
Open Daily: Nlghta till s. Sundays, I Is i
Only $30 round trip Chicago
to Los Angeles and 'Frisco.
Equally low rates from East
On sale May I and May 11 to IS.
Special tiala service for
Presbyteries General Aasembly,
via Grand Canyon of Arlsona.
Open to everybody.
Only line to California with
Harvey meal service best ln the world
"Bsnta re all the way."
Folders about It for ths asking.
E. I Palmer, P. A.,
409 Equitable Bldg..
Des Motnea, fa.
Th Only Doubl
and Chloago. .
K DAILY TRAINS -A
8.10 PM THE OVERLAND LIMITED
MxmiOrantaolld dallr train t CMewo. Oomtrt
ftivnt and 4rwln-rooia Iftftfrfnc library, buffet,
barbar. both, talepbon. dmlnf em an4 KwrtnlM
oar. Elwtrls luhlJ throughout.
8.00 AM THE ATLANTIC EXPRESS
PuUtnan drawing-room tad toarUl tlMplaf oro and
dlnin otn, and ti r lining oh air oaro.
5.50 PM THE EASTERN EXPRESS
Pullman drawing-room and tourtat aioapiui enra,
fra racltnlnc ohair oars, buBal llbrarj u4 aiaoklu
enra. lHnms oars.
2 OTHER DAILY TRAINS
3H Itf Drawina-roota alooplnsoora. bnffotanink'
All AM tog nndltbrorr oora nod fros raolliuas
,,M chair oara u Chloago. iMalngsan.
2 DAILY TRAINS
7 35 AM 0farym Mf eon, Parlo! sets Sa4
7CC PU Pullman slooniny oars, Wffaa library
,W J II oors sua fro rooljniAS onotf oara.
Q nfl DU ToFramont.ftoribBer.
U.UU Lone Vina, Capr, B
wod and laad. ThivusjU roiintn
man laapina' ov Mi-vica.
Ill To Framont, Sorlbnar. Norfolk, VHU
arvloo Omaha to Chtraco,
tmrn tanslnrtl dar muM
and tr otsair onra. VlaiaB oaxa.
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l.ull AM gro. buuaatoal and loo Booobud Induta
IMoorf olloa ocunlrjr.
CITY TICKET OFFICE,
1401 and 1403 Farnam Street
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VNITOD STATBH OBiHHiTOI4Y.
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75c Shiris for 20c
This week's special consists of Shirt J
worth 75c. Nice, stylish, up-to-date
terns, laundered neck bands, one pair sepa
rate laundered culls, two separate laun
dered collars. 6hirts ran alao bs worn
with white collari. Sale price, 29c; cot
more than two shirts to any ons customer.
On sale Friday and Saturday. Our men's
suit sale Is proving a great success. No
such suit value haa ever been given in
Oirwna; 15. CO Is the price for all wt 1
cheviot suits; some stores ln this liWJ
will abk you aa high at $12.00 for a eu '
sbout Ilk the one we sell for $5.00. F'rr
7.C0 and $10.00 we now off-r suits that
will rest about double anywhere else.
THE Ol ARANTEB CIX)THINa CO.
1619-121 Douglae Rtreeh
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