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Tin! OJIAIU DAILY TITTi SATmnAT, MAT S3, 1903.
SHOE SPECIAL TODAY
ladles rurn sole, 3-bo Hon low thos, all
bIsm and widths; reulap 4 j-n
ptlos 12. 60, on sal at liOV
SHOE SPECIAL TODAY
Cbolro of over 1,000 pairs ladles' shoes Oi
ford Ties, Print Alberts, Button 4 Q
Pfnrd, Lnctry Osfords, etc.J
plain kid or patent tip. w
SHOE SPECIAL TODAY
The new Glhaon Tles,colonlette Oiford. Berlin
Tlf, Etnln Coin Oxford), light Flexible
Tarn Oxford Ties, made of loer- f g -k
diTiT'i Viol Kid. Patent Kid, Pat- I I
ent Colt and enamel mm- w
SHOE SPECIAL TODAY
The new extremes rf low footwear-iThe Rock
er Oxford. Fntay Blucher Oxford, tiolf Ox
ford. Manhattan Oxford: nil s f g
made nf the finest surplus kid .'(.fill
on tale at s v V
SHOE SPECIAL TODAY
SHOE SPECIAL TODAY
SHOE SPECIAL TODAY
The new "pike Heel Oxford,
Ideal Kid Welt Pole Oxford,
Co'tom mad. Lou la heel boota, made of stir-
The new Fniplre Heel Oxford.
The New Iris Oxford.
The new Magda Oxford .
(HM kid, Ideal
kfcl and patent
25c Imported Fans at 5c
Sale of Summer Hosiery
Ladies', mieaes', children's and boys' hosiery, plain and fine and heavy
ribbed, many styles of lace effects, worth lCn 1H fm
up to 25c, at lOU-lVi-lW
1,850 imported Japanese fancy folding fans, over 100. styles
very handy and serviceable, also fancy braid palms
worth 25c a remarkable value for Saturday, each.......
4 a (oi r nyi en go
Another Millinery Surprise
S2.50 Shirt Waist Hats at ' 25c 2nd floor and basement
This is absolutely the greatest millinery value ever offered.
:r-;An exceedingly fortunate purchase
"al r low
f-v from one of St. Louis' largest whole-
sale millinery "firms brought us 2,400
beautiful shirt waist hats at a figure
enough to permit our naming this al-
most Incredible price, for Saturday. The
maker's name or initial Is in every hat.' Some
are hand made, all are haiKT trimmed. The
trimmings are', indeed, excellent' and there
' f " '' ""! , .1 'l II
are all the prevailing colors, including a
great assortment of
white and burnt shades
Not a hat worth less than f 1.75 and most of
them worth f2.50, Saturday all go at r
$12. and $10 Dress flats at $5.00J
We have decided to make a quick clearance of a large number ,of our
finest dress and street hats and in order to do so successfully we have
marked them Five Dollars, a really low figure at so early a time in the
season. These hats have been marked f 10.00 and $12.50, and
include a wide rUnge of colors and styles,
Saturday ...... ... ............................
Children's Trimmed Hats at S1.49.
f A brand new assortment of children's trimmed dress hats will be
placed on sale Saturday at one dollar and forty nine cents. -4 A mT
They are splendid values and should be 2.50- jLaJrr
Grand Openitig Duck and Pique Hats.
$1,85, 1.49, 1,39, 98, 89c, 69c, 49c
For Ladies. Misses
and Children at
$1.50 and $1 U tit rimmed Burnt Color Hats at 45c
f 45 c
$5and $3.5Q Trimmed Hats, in Basement at $1
Upwards of fifty dosen of those flat rough pretty effect In the burnt and
natural oolor untriramed bats, suitable to trim for both . drees and street wear,
These are the hats which are now so scarce, howelrer w secured a large
rtety of manufacturer's samples wftlcn regularly would sell for $1.50 and
while they last :
- 8c 1,ATe' H-p 7te
3C Bromo TlO-
E. A H. ,,
(largi)..." IUC k CascareU
4711 '.IflfT lr "
Soap H Botanlo
PacVrr's Tar 4 A Blood Balm
"P ,'Palne'srel- 7En
Elder Flower '"' A n sry Compound...
HasilBoap ;C Poncll.... yw
Arraoiir-Glyir Ar 100 Williams'
In Soap . . . . t Shavlnc Soap.
eruna . . fS?r Cola-ate's
your bucks of -
, Candy for.... iM.lC
Salted Peanuts, tfl-.
Chocolate Drops, . Onn
Arabian Gum, -
drops, lb ...A7w
Orange Paste, Otim
Xfne Assorted SiClr
Pan Carmels, rrr-
All Kinds ttr
VISIT OUR POPULAR
RKSTAURANT 1 N
FOR JftC. THE BEST
Ladies' 50c Fabric Gloves at 19c
A Cool and Very Fashionable Glove for Summer Wear.
The latest and most popular fabric gloves for summer.
made of taffeta, nilk Hnla thread and cotton
lace, all sizes, black, white and II vl )) C
coiors, worm up to sue,
Ladies' $2 Shirt Waists at 95c
Dainty new shirt waists, made ia all the newv late
1903 effects, every pretty new style included in this
magnificent assortment. The new medallions.
ft lace trimmed, Mexican drawn work, cluny
bands, etc. all the summer ysfV r
iabrict worth up 11 J CN J
to 12.00, ,
Oreat Sale of Summer Underwear
Ladies', misses', children's and
boys' light weight summer under
wear, drop stitched, lisle thread, India
gauze, etc., wortn
up to 60o, at
riualin Underwear at 75c and 39e
A huge stock, including night
robes, skirts, drawers aDd corset oorers,
trimmed with dainty laces and embroider
ies, hemstitched, etc, worth 10
tland 11.60, at ldLm07L
Phenomenal May Picture Sale
In Our New Picture and Art Department on the Third Floor.
Saturday morning we place on sale at Just 50c on the dollar an
entire sample line of framed pictures and art novelties bought from the
well-known house of Nathan A. Hirschberg & Sons, manufacturers, of
Baltimore. No two pictures alike. Make your selections
early. These pictures are worth as high as $30 each our price to
morrow f 16. 98 down to 10a
10-Inch circle frames In 8-inch mouldings, fit
ted with dogs, lions, Pharaoh's BJ"
horses, etc, actual value 35c, J.3C
Black and gilt cornered frame 4x8, It
loohes wide, with fine photo
oolor, life subjects, actual
value 25o, tomorrow
Eaael back cabinet photo frames, worth 15c,
1 1 -3c a foot for oak room moulding.
3c a dozen for moulding hooka.
3c for 2S-yerd box picture cord.
3c a dozen all alze screw eyes.
0c each brass picture chains.
Frames to order at reduced prices.
8c dozen for Passepartout rings.
. 8c each for Passepartout binding.
Be each for brass photo easels.
ISc for brass plate easels.
29c for silver luster plate racks.
No charge for fitting your pictures. .
Men's Straw Hat Sale for Saturday
We open the Straw Eat season with the exclusive style
Optimor, latest creation from Paris with tourist and
negligee effeots, welt and flat crowns, Pernambuoo QQ
. Panamas. -w. . Prices. 15 down to "OC
ftanmtt'a Rallnra In all thaliralda.
2 down to.. :..-:;-:.i
Boys' and Children's Hatas wide brimmed '
. Bennett sailors, eta 68o down to. ...........
$1 Shirts Tor 29a 1,000 dozen negligee and wqrk shirts,
excellent materials, double front and baolr, collars attached
or detached, late spring patterns, regular 7oo and
II values, at -
$1 New Silk BalbfiarjrAn Underwear
Men's Union g Q SOc Neckwear1
Underwear-" linC All the popular styles, IrHf"?
2.&U down to , -TwW 26c amCr.
" piw.o. aont
.. .. HAIR : DRESSING
ON THE THIRD FLOOR
AND MANICURING PARLORS .. ..
Great Values in Summer Frocks
As usual it is at Brandeis that the first display of the really stun
ning summer frocks and suits are to be found. We have been unusu
ally zealous in searching the style markets for the most fetching crea
tions in wash costumes. Some of the most beautiful effects ever
displayed in the west.
THE NEW SHIRT WAIST SUITS
These suits combine the bett style with
the most serviceable features, in beauti
ful light wash fabrics. They possess
graceful lines that are to be found only
in artistically designed suits. We offer
special values, tomorrow at
3.98, 2.98, 1.98, and 1.25-
THE NEW WASH COSTUMES
These new costumes are marvels of
dainty loveliness: They are designed by
artists from the most ewpen sive foreign
models, absolutely the smartest things in
summer frocks for, 1903, A QQ
$29 down to.... KJmZ7 U
$8Dress Skirts for $3.98 All net skirts vrith fluted ribbon
flounces of accordion pleated drop linings, very stunning -"5 QQ
and well worth $3, at ..... -'CJ
Sale of New Wash Skirts Made of the new
cotton coverts, polka dot ducks, denim; j linen
and pique . . : . .... -
$20 Tailored 5utU at $8.98 Q HQ $23 Spring Suits at $11.96
Choicest styles and fabrios VJ jTS Perfection in style and mute
it rial, swell novelties, at
Ladles' SIO Tailored Suits at $3.98-Sults that are worth as high r r Q
as 10, made In the new novelty effeots, single and double capes, many slllc J m C3
lined, tomorrow at :
Basement-Wash Drese fiQc.4rtcBa'nntDe Sk,rt 1.93-933
Skirts at at
Batement-Smart Sprtnr JackeU .75 Baeement-Shlrt Waist Sulfa l,25-98c
Great Saturday Sale of Silverware
Today we present a truly wonderful offer Bamples from
Jenning Bros, and W. A. Rogers well-known houses. This lot includes,
tea pots, coffee pots, sugars, creamers, cream holders, bread trays,
servers, pickle castors, cracker Jars, bon bon dishes, butter dishes,
candelabra, cold meat forks, 1847 berry spoons, pickle forks, etc. 500
sets, 6 knives each; We guarantee these knives to wear i0 years, 2 sets
only to a customer. Many of these sets ana articles
worth $5, none less than $2.50, today at .
Great Coffee Specials for Saturday
jreat offer for Saturday only. We will sell our special Rio coffee lAp
e finest table blent" worth 15c at a lb. f V V
Leader Blend .....15c
Boston Blend . .. 20c
Fancy Pea Berry 2Qc
Gucuta Blend 25c
Golden Rio ......r26c
Fancy Maracaibo 28c
Boston Java ....30c
Best Java and Mocha
BHting , ...12ic
B. F. Japan, 8. D.
ENOUGH OILTOR TEN YEARS
A. Frank Biohardsoa Em Immense Bnpply
of Norwegian Codfish Produot.
SAYS HE HAS NO CORNER ON THE MARKET
Sztrcan Saarolty of Cod LItc Oil,
Das to laala DeToarlas Flab.
Pats Frlee t'' B7a4
X have enoush cod Uver oil Infstoracs
la astern olUce to last us for ten years It
necessary," sal4 A. ank Richardson of
New Tork. one of the proprietors of the
Osomulsioa company .and general adver
tising agent, referring t extreme scarcity
tha famine. In faot, of this particular
sort of Uaold.
Mr. Richardson, who was formerly the
astern representative of The Bee, Is In
Omaha on a business visit. His prominent
connection with the cod liver oil market
and the dearth of supply In that kind of
11 which has reached such an alarming
extant as t convince soma people in the
east that 'a corner has been formed, give
weight to his remarks on the subject.
It has been reported in New Tork, where
cod liver la betas quoted at the unprece-
more valuable for remedial purposes, such
as Mr. Richardson requires, than the Amer
ican fish, and the fact that Mr. Richard
son's Immense supply consists, chiefly, of
that most valuable article, makes his pos
sessions the more precious.
"In the year 1900 the Norwegian fisheries
yielded 21,000 barrels," said Mr. Rlohaxdson;
"and In 1901 they yielded 22,000. In 1903
the total yield fell to 14,000. and this year,
up to April 16, with the fishing season prao
ttcally over, the total oatch stands at the
astonishingly low figure of 620 barrels. A
mors vivid Idea of the situation can.be ob
tained when It Is known that outside of
N,orway the world's production of cod Uver
oil amounts only to 2,000 barrels annually.
"Of the total production Great Britain
consumes about 26 per cent, the continent
of Europe about 25, the United States the
same, and the rest of the world the remain
ing 26 per cent"
USING NAME0F UNCLE SAM
PlalatlSTs la U Salt Da S trader
Aatherlty af Aet of
Co are a a.
Two dealers In building materials In the
city of Blair have brought suit In the
county court against the Dennls-Iirkln
company of Illinois and the United States
Fidelity snd Guarantee company to recover
Japan, Eng. Breakfast,
Oolong and Y. Jiyson
our 85c values at .30 c
Boston Blend $.,450
Extracts none, better.
2 oz. of any. flavor 15 C
4 oz. any flavor . .30 c
. but so far as he Is con
company, Mr. Richardson
the price of goods sold to the principal de-
dented flrure of 1134 a barrel as against fend ant, which were used la the construo-
. k. uiu . ' . f mi v. lion OI in Dtur iwawmin.
earned or' his
denies this. '
"I da not car to say Just how much oil
I have at such convenient places - as Ho
token and Brooklyn," said Mr. Richardson,
"but it la enough to supply our demands
for ten years If necessary. ,
"I became Id teres ted In cod liver oil last
summer when In Havana...! had with me
Dr. Manuel Johnson, a leading chemist
there. "We received 'information through
ageqts of his In Norway which was the
means of heavy purchases on my part. I
am willing to sell all I have now at tU6 a
Caaae f the .Scarcity.
The scarcity In oil,., according to some
authorities. Is accounted for by the de
struction of the fish by the seals and the
lein, condition of the livers of those that
are caught. Thla leanness of liver Is the
result of the cod being driven from -their
habitual feeding ground about the Lofoten
islands. The Norwegian . cod fish ia far
The suits are
brought in the name of the United States
for the use and benefit of John McQuarrle
and the Crowell Lumber and Orain com
pany, under an act of congress authorising
them to bring suits for material supplied
for federal buildings In this manner. The
plaintiffs allege that there Is due Mo.
Quarrte for material furnished the sum of
$133. TO, and due the lumber and grain com
pany the sum of $147.86. The Dennls-Larklq
company was awarded the contract for the
construction of ths Blair poatofflce and the
United States Fidelity and Guarantee com
pany supplied Its bond.
The fallowing births and -deaths have
been reported to the Board of Health:
lllrthrt John H. Ruhra, 2117 Ltcust, girl;
Albert Poole. 12 South Twenty-lcjrth. boy;
Thomas Huhn, JU7 Jackson, girl; Henry
Ihode. 918 North Twenty-elghih avenue,
boy; Will H. Ballard, 23-' South Tenth,
Deaths John M. Bradley, 6t Joseph's
ho.nl (al, 61 j C. L. Morse. BJ12 Nr'th Twen-
ty-nrth avenus. u; Fred . Bonth.
RAILROADS SUFFER FROM RAIN
BarltB4Tta Loses Twa Baadred Feet
. af Track this Sid I
The rain of Thursday night did not do
heavy damage to many of ths railways.
Most of the washouts of the day before
had been repaired and It required addi
tional work on them after the second rain.
The Burlington suffered worse than the
others, as about 200 feet of track this side
of Bellevue was washed away entirely by
the river and repair of this will take time
and expense, as the river has cut a chan
nel for Itself where this track was before
and 'a great deal of rlprapplng must be
done before track can be laid to replace
the old. Meanwhile the trains going west
on the Burlington are sent out on. the
Union Pad Mo tracks to Fort Crook and
there turned back onto their own tracks.
In Iowa the Chicago, Burlington 4 Qulncy
had a minor washout near Creston and
the morning train from Chicago was de
layed three hours before repairs were com
Other trains, both from the east and
west, were generally late, but that was
caused mo.itly by delays in repairing the
tracks from the ravages of the previous
days' storm and tha new work necessary
on these repairs because of the second
A Trip to Atlantle Seashore Resorts
is a delightful outing at any season.
Through tickets are sold at your railroad
station, routed via the Lehigh Valley rail
road, America's great double-track soenlo
highway. ' .
Bend 2-cent stamp to General Passenger
Department, Lehigh Valley railroad, New
Tork, for booklet on Atlantlo City.
? ' That's AH!
tOM VTfO" DIB 1 MUN o co
in mm, au, l
WANT CITY HALUOBS CUT OUT
People Who Failed to Laad Tbelr
Mayor Talk of Cartalllas Mayor
Moor' Appolatlv Patronag.
Several city hall Jobs are to b carved
out of th monthly appropriation sheet it
enough influence Is brought to besr upon
the new council to effect th amputation.
It Is said that certain members of ths Real
Estate exchange are to lake a hand In the
attempted operation and that ths demand
will be made as soon as ths new city leg
islature is , under headway. The offices
scheduled to fall under this attack are those
of gas inspector, $126 a month; asslstsnt
building Inspector, $100 a month, and as
sistant license Inspector, $75 a month. To
gether with the )00 a year clerk In th
city clerk's offlc to b cut off, th pet sav
ing would b $4,600.
The positions of gas Inspector, assistant
building Inspector and assistant llcens In
spector are filled by ths mayor, subject to
the confirmation of the council. Authority
for the place Is derived from council reso
lutions. Ths Job of gas Inspector has ex
isted for years, but the two other places
date from the exposition year.
SALOON FIGHTS MUST CEASE
Chief Donahue Notifies Liquor Dealers that
The Must Keep Order.
SAYS MURDERS MIGHT BE PREVENTED
Hereafter Saloons Where Brawls
Occur Are to Be Closed Until
Police Make Thoroaa-b. Iaves-tta-atloa
A tighter rein Is to be drawn on saloon
keepers by the police department and rows
and violence In their establishments must
cease If they propose to continue In busi
ness In Omaha. Chief of Police Donahue
announced yesterday that the saloon
brawl and Its equen6e, the cutting and
shooting affray, will be subjects of special
suppression by the police and that the sa
loon men will be held to strict accounta
bility for all disturbances of the kind.
Orders were issued . yesterday to the
police captains to notify the proprietors of
the levee Joints that , they must guard
sgalnst altercations of all kinds In and
about their places, informing police head
quarters promptly if threatened trouble
gets beyond their control, and at all times
doing their utmost to keep their saloons
In all cases of saloon rows the captains
have orders to close the doors until a thor
ough Investigation has been made of the
a flat r, especial Inquiry to be made concern
ing the. efforts of the keepers and bartend
ers to stop the trouble. . Should the pro
prietors be found negligent or culpable
charges will be filed and action taken to
revoke their licenses.
Chief Loses Patleaee,
Chief Donahue says that he has grown
tired of the saloon brawls and their oft
times serious results. He has been noting
the various cases of the kind for some time
and has become convinced that many of
ths more serious fights might have been
prevented had the men In charge of the
liquor shops acted promptly and with good
Judgment. One of these affairs that re
sulted In. tha fatal stabbing of a man was
In progress for twenty minutes before tha
thrust was given that ended the victim's
life, and It waa too lata when the police
arrived to prevent murder. Several other
Instances that terminated In death and
dangerous wounds were possible because of
similar Indifference on the part of the
"I propose to make the saloon keepers
responsible for order In their saloons," said
the chief. "They must do that, and If they
do not they cannot continue their business.
The question has grown to be a serious
one and we must take vigorous measures
to check these drunken fights. There Is
only one way to do It, and that is to get
th saloonlBts to act as aids In the preser
vation of good order."
Cared His Mother of Rheainatlsm.
"My mother has been a sufferer for many
years with rheumatism," says W. II. How
nrd of Husband. Pa. "At times she was
unable to move at all, while at all times .district.
FLORENCE LINE NOW OPEN
Oar Hakes First' Begular Trip to Bubnrb
IT WILL BE A HALF-HOUR SERVICE
Delay fa Arrival of Material necessi
tates Using; Only On Car Sam.
net Resorts Open Next
The government buildings, tha hotels, th
wholesale houses, the theaters, the
churches, ths mansions, even the peanut
wagons, the policemen and th lamp posts
of Florence , will bo wearing flags today.
For ths date will mark an epoch In
the city's history. Street cars are to begin
running right Into the heart of the business
walking was painful. I presented her with
a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
after a few applications she decided it was
the most wonderful pain reliever she had
ever tried. In fact, she Is never without
It now, and is at all times able to walk.
An occasional application of Pain Balm
keeps away the pain that she was formerly
Yaa Take no Risk
In using Dr. King's New Dlsoovsry for
Consumption. Coughs and Colds. It cures
all lung troubles or no pay. IDs, f LOO. For
gal by Kuan a Co.
MEDICAL LAKE TABLETS
Curt by ntturil me trig
all functional derangements of
UVER, KIDNEYS AND STOMACH.
Especially recommended Is tboss
whose blood Is poor and vboars
subject to RhtvmAtism. Gout snd
NeuTAlgU. Try ibern; they're
better than Llthia. Not a phytic.
So. A BOTTLE, AT DHl'O STORES
ls&lira Hud Braid, rne Only Oaaoloa.
RKblCAL LAKC SALTS MTO. CO..
Ksaaas St.. Maw Tors, aas Spokaaa. Wart.
(HERMAN ft McCONNELt, DBUO CO.,
lata ana Dadan at.. "-- Maa,
Brief from the Courts.
James T. Taylor has brought suit to re
cover $1,000 on a mortgage note given by A.
Tina Berg asks divorce from Gust Berg
on grounds of desertion. Btie also asks
custody of three children.
Emily Murray has sued Thomas M. Mur
ray for divorce, alleging neglect. The par
ties were married in lwf.
Jennie E. Dodge has sued George P.
Dodgu for divorce and restoration of her
maiden name, Diamond. They were mar
rWl In 1901.
The jury in the case of the State against
Hatcher, charged with assaulting a cook
In a South Omaha restaurant, returned a
verdict of not guilty.
Judge Day yesterday granted divorce
to Agnes Curtis from William Curtis snd
the custody of three children. Cruelty was
the allegation In the bill.
The caae of Collier against Davis Is on
trial before Judge head. In this case the
plaintiff seeks to recover t2.ti0 from
Latham Davis on a Virginia land deal.
After having been continued Indefinitely
to give the plaintiff time to reoover from
the measles, the caae of John T. Connollev
agalnxt The Union Pacific Railroad Com
pany is again on trial ueiors Judgs sla
The Jury in the cas of Mary Green
sgalnst Constable Hensel, after being out
all night, returned a verdict for ths de
fendant, and because of their long session
the members were excused for the re
mainder of the term.
The habeas corpus case for the possession
of Mabel Begerholm Is before Judge Kstelle
sgaln This case is one of the most pro
tracted habeas corpus cases ever trlod In
the Douglas county district court. It has
been on healing more than a week and has
been continued from time to time because
of the sickness of attorneys and absence of
witnesses. Lst nlifht continuance was
made until next Friday. 1
In the county court th matter of th ap- !
polntment of an administrator of the estate ,
of Jchn Bohn, deceased, waa continued un-
til June t In this case a will has been '
produced sines the day for hearing the
matter of the appointment of a receiver
was fixed, and Doth questions will now
come up on the same day. Boms of the i
nephews of ths deceased have asked that
Emll (jail be selected ss administrator,
while others want W. 8. Aakalth. The
hearing In the matter of the probating Ui
Will MOOtis to b sans Unas-
Or, rather, on street car will begin
running there. The street railway com
pany has been disappointed In the delivery
cf T's and turnouts ordered long ego, and
for that reason does not care to attempt
to run more than the single coach at
present. When the delayed material will
be receive. Is not known, and so the com
pany attempts to set no date for opening
the general service.
For the present the arrangement Is- that
the one car shall make a round trip every
thirty minutes between the Florence termi
nal and the corner of Twenty-fourth and
Ames avenue, where connections with the
Twenty-fourth street-Park and Sherman
avenue-South Omaha lines can be made.
Twenty Cents for Iloaad Trip.
On fare, however, will not suffice for
the round trip. Th company has decided
to charge B cents from Omaha points to
the city limits. Fort street, and I cents
more Into Florence. Coming into Omaha
th charge wll be th same, of course.
Nor has th company arranged to Issue
this season any commutation or round trip
tickets that will lessen the far. Th car
to be used Is on now on . the Park line.
Already there Is ' a clamor at the com
pany's offices for greater facilities than
the one-car arrangement will afford. Two
representatives of an organisation that
proposes to plcnlo near Florence June IB.
called on Superintendent Tucker and
wouldn't take "no" for an answer to their
request for extra cars for the accommoda
tion of the crowd. At last reports Super
intendent Tucker was still trying to figure
out, by algebraio methods, a way to make
three cars pass each other on two rails.
Lak Manawa and Courtland beach re
sorts will b opened next Saturday, May
BO. The street railway company Is prepar
ing to provide proper transportation facil
ities, but Is not Interesting Itself beyond
that, as Mr. Griffith, the amusement pro
prietor who had both the places last year.
Is to have them again this year and will
make his own arrangements for the open
ing day at each place.
Bncklen'a Arnica Salve.
Th best In the world for cuts, corns,
bolls, bruises, burns, scalds, sores, ulcers,
salt rheum. Cures piles or no pay. 25c.
For sal by Kuhn a Co.
Railway Notes and Personals.
Superintendent R. W. Baxter of the Union
Pacific returned from h's western trip Fri
W. C. Melville, northwestern passenger
agent for the 'Frisco system, went out on
the road Friday morning.
W. H. Jones, assistant general freight
agent for the Nebraska and Wyoming di
vision of the Chicago & Northwesteiwi, la
in Kanxas City.
The Burlington carried a large delegation
of Omaha bankers to Lincoln Friday morn
ing fur the meeting there of ths Nebraska
State Bankers' association.
A rate of a fare and a third from Ne
braska points to Omaha and return has
been announced by the Western Passenger
aaoclatlon. The rates are given In connec
tion with the annual meetlna- of the innH
lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons.
1. urasat "AJ
Ages of Man.
In childhood, middle life and old age
there is frequent need of the tonic
properties that are contained in
It is nature's greatest assistant not a
dark beer but a real malt extract-
positively helpful, non-intoxicating.
SoU by druggist. Prepared only by ths
j Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
s' 61 Louis. U.8.A.
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