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THE OMATTA ' DAIIiT HEEt TTJESPAT, MAY 26, 1003.
NEBRASKA BANKERS TO MEET
Convention Beat ii Lincoln tad Tim Earl
Part of October.
JUST BEFORE NATIONAL CONVENTION
Date ta Be Flaed Kaakle
Bankers from Etit te Stoo for
tate Merlin While E
roate ta 'Frlaeo.
Tha azecutlva council of tba Nebraska
Banker association haa fixed upon
Lincoln at the place for holding tha next
slate convention and the time tha early
part of October, the exact date depending
upon the time of holding the annual con
vention of tha American Bankers associ
ation In 8an Francisco In October. Thle
time has been selected to enable the com
mittee on program to secure tha attend
ance of a number of notables who will be
paaslng through Nebraska to the Ban
One of the principal matters for consider
ation before the state convention will be
tha question of rewards to be offered for
tha arrest and conviction or persons who
rob and defraud banka. The question haa
been referred by the executive council to
a ' committee consisting of T. E. Stevens
af Blair, J. W. Welpton of Ogalalla and
O. B. Darr of Lexington. The committee
will report at the convention. A number
of the members believe the rewarda should
bs limited to the apprehension and con
viction of burglars and thieves, while others
believe they should extend to those cases
of lesser frauds, such as the passing of
forged checks, the removal of mortgaged
property from the state and similar offenses.
Connected with this Indirectly, because
It will furnish a considerable part of the
money for the paying of rewards. Is the
question of bonds to be given by etate
and county depositories. A law enacted by
She the last legislature requires these
gleposltorles to give bond for tha security
tif these public funds In an amount equal
to twice the amount of the deposits.
Insarance and Boat Commlaateaa.
The atate association now haa an ar
rangement by which It geta a commission
upon all burglary and liability Insurance
written and It haa reached out to get a
similar commission upon premiums on
dept sltory bonds. - A number of companlea
have, made offers for the business through
the etate association, offering to furnish
bond for about one-half of 1 per cent.
Thlfl matter waa placed In tha hands of a
committee consisting of H. W. Tatea,
Juther Drake and H. B. Gould, and a report
will be made at the coming convention.
The bankers of the atata contemplate
entering Into competition with the federal
government and the express companlea In
the sale of money orders, and a plan prob
ably win be submitted to the convention by
a committee, consisting of C. K. Hart of
Bloomlrarton, Mr. Parka of Uncoln and
B. L.- WTJIets of Alma, to which the matter
has been referred by the eveeutlve council.
The program for the convention has been
placed In lie hands of a committee of which
8. H. Bumham of Lincoln la chairman, tha
four ether membera to be selected by H.
W. Tatea, chairman of tha executive
' Catred His Mother ( Hheaaiatlaaa.
"My mother haa been a sufferer for many
Tear with rheumatism," aaya W. H. How
ard of Husband. Pa. "At times aha waa
unable to move at all. while at all times
walking waa painful. I presented her with
a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
after a few applications aha decided It waa
the moat wonderful pain reliever aha had
aver tried. In fact, aha la never without
It new, and la at all times able to walk.
An occasional application af Pain Balm
tasaa a way tha pain that aha waa formerly
Whea a. Bar
haa secured a bank hook ha la often
eager toadd more money to his account.
Thus, little by little, he acquires the habit
of aavlng. Have htm open an account with
a. J. L. BRANDHJIS at BONB, Bankers.
La.lt e Shore Tears
la tha title of a very convenient aummer
tour book leaned by the Lake Shore
Michigan Southern railway, ahowlng routes
and ratea to the eastern resorts, it wll
be sent on application. M. B. Ollea, T. P.
A., Chicago, III. C. F. Daly, Chief A. O.
P. A., Chicago, 111.
Cramer's Kidney and Liver Core Cares
backache la highly endorsed by Omaha
people. Comes In two sixes. Our price,
40o and T6o. Scbaefer'e Cut Price Drug
Stora, 16th and Chicago streets.
BUSY DAY FOR ' BANKRUPTCY
Three Petitions Filed la Federal
Coort and Oae Discharge
ine unitea states district court did a
land office business In bankruptcy proceed
ings yesterday, receiving two voluntary and
ene involuntary petitiona and granting a,
discharge. Charles Surraan of Richardson
county, with 13.50 assets and tl.M2.S0
, liabilities, and Joaeph H. Lyholt of Nellgh.
with 1357 assests and S1.0IS.J4 llabllttlea,
; filed a petition in Involuntary bankruptcy
against Charles C. Claana of Spencer. Tha
Fremont Saddlery Co., declarea that Clasna
la Indebted to It to the amount of 1901 64
In notea and an open account, bealdea which
he owes money to Meyer Brothers of Bloux
City and J. H. Haney of Omaha. The die
charge In bankruptcy was given to George
B. Knapp of Hastings.
Little Liver PiUs.
Must Boar tlgnatum of
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Vary assail mmm as
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4 Per Ont
Tuesday A Great Special
All-Over Embroideries In Open Work Effects.
All Sample Pieces Bought at Great Reduc
tion from a Well Known New York Importer.
We have just completed a splendid purchase of Imported
All- Over Embroideries, in white, the new linen and
batiste shades. They will be very fashionable this sea
son for entire waists and yokes many of them worth
from $1 to $2 a yard
all on bargain squares at-
25c Embroideries at 121c
1,250 sample atrlpa of very fine Embroideries and In
serting in medium and wide widths all rery
fine quality and worth 25c at
TUESDAY'S MILLINERY SPECIAL
75c BUNCHES OF FLOWERS AT lOc
Thousands and thousands of bunches of fine French Flowers are offered
for Tuesday that have been 75 cents. In this great col
li yvnuo ii.kjli .y wj tsvti. wvr f
lection there Is nearly every fashionable variety, lnclud
lng a great amount of black flowers Tuesday bunch. .-. ..
S2.00 Shirt Waists at 95c
Dainty new Shirt Waists in all the pretty styles and
new features, such as the medallions, lace trimmed,
Mexican drawn work, cluny bands, etc., all the late
and pretty noyeltles worth as high as $2 at
50c Fabric Gloves at 19c Pair
All the ladies' Taffeta Silk and Lisle Thread Fabric
Glovee In white, black and co'ors worth up to 60c go
at a pair
BigBargains in Handkerchiefs
Ladles' and men's fine cotton plain hemstitched and fine
embroidered lace also all widths of hems of
all linen Handkerchiefs made of good quality
medium and sheer linen, worth 15c to 25c In
this sale at each
ina nne .
Pretty Graduation Presents
Sterling Silver Manicure Pieces very attractive Cp
little gifts worth up to f 1.50 special. .... V
SUMMER SHIRT WAIST SUITS
The pretty new Shirt Walat 5ulU In the light wuh fabrics tha
most fashionable for summer wear er rr . IP AO
and the most stylish modes- Z a 7 0" 1 a 7 5M . i "oC
Prxts & Pn J- f- Prnnbei & pen
mm aa e
PASSES HALF CENTURY MARK
Fiftieth Anniversary af Hew York
Ceatral Railreat Is Okserved
Tha month of May la an eventful one
la tha history af the Now York Central
railroad, for It waa fifty years ago, tba
seventeenth day of thla mentb, ltM. that
thla great railroad came Into existence.
Thla fact waa tha aeeaeion for a aort of
celebration amons the offlclala and friends
of the road In New York.
The New York Central Railroad com
pany Is the consolidation of the short
lines known fifty yeara ago aa The Albany
and Schenectady, The Schenectady and
Troy, The UUca and Schenectady, The
Mohawk Valley, The Syracuse and UUca,
The Syracuse and UUca Direct, The Ro
chester; The Rochester, Lockport and
Niagara Falls and the Buffalo and Lock
- Articles of agreement were filed May
IT, 185J, the first board of directore waa
elected July C, and the whole line de
livered to the new company August 1,
185S; insuring better service, more com
plete connections between all points, and
a more general atlmulua to development
than waa possible under separate and
Hval eorporattona. Thle alao opened the
way for the consolidation of 'the New York
Central company with the Hudson River
railroad In 1OTS, which event presaged that
era of wonderful progress In the unde
veloped west, tor It created a direct Una
from the ocean to the inland aeaa, known
aa the great lakes, and brought distant
territories Into close connection with the
On coaching partiea don't overlook a few
cold bottles. of Cook's Imperial Extra Dry
Champagne. It will double your pleasure.
"SLEEPY" HEWITT IS UNLUCKY
Readers Service to the Stale and Thea
Saffers from Yellow
laboring under the dlaadvantage of a
two yeara aentence to the penitentiary,
"Sleepy" Hewitt la In no position to claim
the reward which a good action ahould
bring, while his already poor record haa
been further blackened by a careleaa news
paper reporter. Saturday laat a deputy
sheriff atarted to Lincoln to take Hewitt to
prison and William Doolln to the lnaane
aaylum. The lnaane patient attempted to
eacape, but waa prevented by the action
of Hewitt, who aprang upon him and held
him until the deputy sheriff could get con
trol of the struggling man. That day an
afternoon paper came out with a highly
colored report of how Hewitt attempted to
eacape, but waa foiled.
HBW INFORMATION III RE ATS.
George R. Daniels, General Passenger
Agreat af the Sfiw York Ceatral,
Boom tag Reaorta.
To boom Pleasure and health resorts
along the New York Central and associated
lines and thereby Increase the earnlnn nt
hia department. Qeorge H. Daniela, general
paasenger agent of the Central, haa In.
stalled Information bureaua throughout the
country. Ha la trying this plan of adver
tising tor the nrst ttms.
The function of these bureaua la ta Mn.
vey Information concerning the Central
ana tne pleasure reaorta. and also te sell
tickets to anyone who may wish to buy.
Theae bureaua have been 'established In
thla city. Brooklyn, Syracuse. Rochester,
Buffalo. Niagara Falla. Montreal. Toronto,
Cleveland, Detroit, Indianapolis. Cincinnati.
Louisville. St. Louts, Chicago. Denver, Loe
Angelea. San Francisco, and Portland, Ore.
From the New York Herald.
TO TRY MUTUAL INSURANCE
Orooera1 and MaronanU' Association Will
Launch a Company,
PREPARED FOR A MEETING IN 0MAH2
Officers Draft a Plaa to Be Sahnaltted
to the Five Hundred Tradesmen
Wha Are Aaaenable Hero
Whan the expected 400 or 600 tradesmen
of the atate assemble In Omaha next fall
for the annual meeting of the Nebraska
Retail Grocers' and General Merchants
association the officers of that organisation
will be ready to lay before them a plan for
the creation of a mutual Are Insurance
company to be run under the auspices of
the association, but aa a distinct corpora
H. Fischer, secretary of the association,
aaya: "Companies such aa we propose or
ganising have existed In ether atatee for
some years and been successful. Why
shouldn't one In Nebraska succeed equally
well? Indiana haa had one for twenty
years, and it haa prospered. Others are in
Minnesota, Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa.
The one In Iowa Is four yeara old and Its
report for last year ahows that It paid
every loaa In full, haa a balance left In the
treasury, yet collected on Its premiums
only about one-half, proportionately, what
the old line companlea did. And It Isn't
hard to understand why If a person will
but examine the expenae accounts of the
For tha Meetlagr la Omaha. .
"The merchants of Nebraska are de
manding the creation of such a company
aa will make possible the reduction of cost
of fire insurance and the officers are sim
ply acting In response to that demand. We
will be ready In plenty of time for the fall
meeting In Omaha, which will be on dates
selected by the executive board. Such dates
will be either In or about Ak-Sar-Pen
week, According to the arrangements we
can make for the accommodation of the
500 or at leaat 400 visiting merchsnts who
will come from all quarters of the atate,
"At the meeting we will have with ua
the offlcera of the national association.
President C. J. Lott of Chicago, Secretary
Fred Mason of St. Psul and Treasurer A.
A. Newcombe of Topeka, Kan. The crea
tion of a mutual Insurance company for
nre losses is a project which haa, I under
atand, the endorsement of all of theae of'
fleers and I presume they can give us help
ful counsel in getting the thing atarted on
the right track. The etate offlcera, how
ever, will have a complete plan ready
for submission to the meeting In order
that It may have something tangible to
work on. The association la not to be
come the company, but merely to father
It, and the membera of the one are ex
pected to become the policy holders In the
I NTFLD8. Albert L. Bund M. i
I Funeral from late residence. jnr Mason
s.. Tuesday, Mav J. at X: p. m. Inter-
I aieui rrespeci wu. jrrtouo invited.
Aaaeaareaaeats at the Theaters.
If all aigns fall not then the forthcoming
engagement of Mr. N. C. Goodwin at the
Boyd's theater will be the greatest ever
played by him In this city. He will be
seen In the laat part of the week In his
new comedy, "The Altar of Friendship."
a play In which love la the dominant fac
tor, the love of a true man for a pure
woman. It can readily be realised that a
play with auch a motive appeala to tha
clientele of Mr. Goodwin, as It gives them
ample opportunity to see him display those
deft touches of humor, of love and of
pathoa, that makea all hla creatlone ' so
human. Ha brings with him a caat of
competent playera and will ataga his play
here with the aaoie magnificent aettlnga
that aided In making tta run In Chicago
and New York ao aucceeaful. Seat aale
opena this morning.
Bim'l Burns, cemetery vsses.
NlchoU Bresdfltld, artaters. TaL lilt
THE RKMABI.F. STORE.
ANOTHER NEW IVT OF WHITE WA1STING8 AND WASH GOODS 1VBT IN.
KXAMINK THKM-THEY ARE JlST WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR AND AT
THE PRICE YOU WANT TO PAY. THEY ARE SOLD AT NKARLX DOUBLE
THIS PRICE THE FIRST OF THE SEASON.
JUST HEAD THESE FEW ITEMS.
ROe WASII GOODS, 8Bc.
Scotch madras cloths, woven cords, with
fr id lea ngures, tne latent material lor
adles' shirt waist and gent'a 4C
negligee shirts only ... aub
8S WASH GOODS IBe
Colored French cambrics, satin stripes and
figure. Imported rlnghnmft, light and
dark colorings, and Imported madras
cloths, all strictly fast ir.
colors only 1 9 V
arte WASH GOOD. io.
Irish dimities, printed plquea, French ba
tistes, black corded batletex, merrenseit
spun glass linings and skirtings, assorted
colors and black If) a
only ., IUC
13 l-Se WASH GOODS, Be.
Scotch dimities and French lawns snd
batistes, stripes and flgurra, C-
all strictly fast colors, only wis
2BO FIRNI9HIXG GOODS, lOc
Ladles' seamless Jersey ribbed vests, as
sorted sixes, and ladles seamless, fnst
black hose inA
Special Sale oa nammecka ail Cto
The largest assortment of hammocks and
croquet sets In the west, ranging In price
from $5.00 Qfla
down to OS
lOe BROWN CRASH Bo
10c extra heavy brown crash
18 Inches wide at, yard ........ .
12 l-2e CVRTAIft SWISS So
12Hc curtain Swiss 40 Inches
wide at, yard
T l-2o Ml'SLIII 4 l-2e . .
PAo Indian Head muslin All
Si Inches wide at. yard ,.f'W
2.B0 Ilematltrhe Cloths S1.4S
$250 Hemstitched table cloths I JO
t yards wide, 2 yards long, at .... i"f H
TBe Hemstitched Sheets Bfto
75c hemstitched sheets, sixes I yards wide,
2 yards long, torn not cut, 59C
Clearing Salo Ladies' Tailor-Llade Suits
and Dress Skirts
OVER tm WOMEN'S SUITS AND 1.SO0 WOMEN'S SKIRTS
MANUFACTURER'S! COST, TO CLOSE.
AT LESS THAN
Tour choice of any ladles' suit In our
house, worth up to $125, for only $15.00.
100 women's suits and costumes, made to
sell for $50 to $75, on sale Tueday at $35.
100 women's aul'a, worth up to $35, on
sale at $16.50.
150 women's suits, that sold as high as
$20, as shown in our 15th atreet window,
for only $S.90.
IN OUR EXTENSIVE SKIRT DEPART
MENT we have the largest and most com
plete line, of ladles' rainy-day and dress
skirts In the west.
MO women's rainy-day and dress skirts.
worth up to $3, for $1.15.
1 table rainy-day skirts, worth up to $5,
for $1.98. .
1 table rainy-day and dress skirts worth
up to $4.50, on sale for $2.98.
SO etamlne skirts, shirred bottoms, worth
$8, for $3.98.
100 women's- silk monte carlo coats
worth $16, for $8.90.
1 table white lawn walsta worth $1.00
on sale for 60c.
1 table white lawn walsta, worth regu
larly $2, on sale tor 96c.
20 dozen lawn klmonaa worth 60c, for
Women'a walsta In medraa, basket
weaves and cotton cheviots, worth up to
$6.60, on sale for, $2.60.
ON SALE' TUESDAT MORNINO JUST
BEFORE THE PARADE FROM 9 TO
Mdoxen wash linen underskirts, Cfl
worth $1.28 for , DUG
Sterling 811ver. Oolf and art Heads, O. H. S., Fancy
Seal Tops. We are also showing O. H. 8. Spoons, and
hundreds of other novelties for graduation glfta. Spend
a few minutes In our store. Look for the name.
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler,
1516 Douglas 5t root.
ional Dank ofOmal
M. (Van mm na tsiA ftwu
NM e npHai foovooa swrtitw hmt tim.em
UltlTBD STATES DBPOSITONY.
rnak Mwrtj?, el S. R. tVoaA TtrvetrcUret
lttwe Pt. wfctr. . T. T HwiHf. fUM .rtlilT.
WILCOX'S BADGE OF HONOR
Xebraaha. - Grand . Amy Presents
eaatlfal Token to Its Former
i ; .
Major Robert S. Wilcox, former grand
commander of the Department of Nebraska,
Grand Army of the" Republic, haa Just;
rawelvaul tha fiiiln riven bv the deDartment I
and "which would have been presented at
the recent atate encampment at Fremont
had not Illness In bis family prevented his
Heretofore the badgea given the past
commanders have been made In the east,
but thla one waa designed and made In
Omaha, land for that reason the major la
doubly happy In Ita possession. It Is of
ivy gold and exquisitely designed, snow
ing both field pieces and light arma In
representation of the artillery and the
Infantry branchea of the service. It bears (
also the lnltlale of the One Hundred ami
Seventy-ninth New York Infantry and First
New York artillery, which were tne major a
The Great Paries of Colorado
Constitute one of her chief glories. They
contain fields, forests and plalna; they are
watered by creeks and rivers, and contain
villages and farm houses; they have apringa
and inkea where hotela and other places
of entertainment are found for those aeek-
Ing health and recreation.
Ta. enable oeoDle to reach these favored
localities without unnecessary expenditure
of time or money the L'NION PACIFIC haa
put In erfect very low rates and splendid
train service from Missouri river to Den
Accommodations are provided for all
classes, of paasengera on these trains, the
anulnment Including free reclining chair
cars, dining cars, buffet smoking care,
drawing room sleepera, day coaches, etc.
City Ticket Office, 1324 r'arnam ,bi.
mi. at Trlnltv Cathedral Tuea-
j.v .vaninr. Mav L'S. commencing at $
o'clock, by Prof. F. H. Wright. L. L. C. M..
and the choir, collection in aia oi cnoir
OLD INDIAN FIGHTER IS HERE
Brigadier General Freeman, Retired,
Is Payla a Visit to the
Brigadier General Henry B. Freeman. II.
a A., retired, arrived In the city yeaterday
morning and la reglatered at the Paxton.
General Freeman Is one of the gallant
veterans of the civil war of lfil to 1S65.
and of the Sioux Indian wars of 1866-1 and
haa rendered service to the government
In many campaigns against the Indians
since. He entered the service aa a lieu
tenant of the Eighteenth United Btatea In
fantry at the formation of that regiment
and served with It through all Ita cam
palgna wlh the army of the Cumberland
and Tennessee. He waa especially dia-
tlngulshed for gallantry In action at tho
battle of Jonesboro, st the beginning of the
Atlanta campaign. Vpon the cloae of the
war he proceeded with his regiment to the
plains and waa with it at the time or mo
massacre of nlnety-flve of that regiment
at Fort Phtl Kearney In December, ISM,
by Red Cloud and his army of Sioux.
There is a
in shoes some have welts soles and
some have lmtutlona. The Imitation
la ' alwaya a dlsaoDolntment whiu
B the gerulne article glvea a comfort to
me root mat s always pleasing. We
have a line of mlases and children's
Ooodyear welt soled shoes that need
no recommendation from us. Box calf
or kid uppers.
Slses 6 to 8, at $1.60. 1
Sizes 84 to 11. at $1.75.
Eties 11 to 2, at $2.35.
Slses 2H to a. at $1.00.
Theae are young women'a sixes
with spring heels.
DREXEL SHOE CO.,
Omaha's Up-to-Date Shoo House)
141 Farnam Street.
S A POLIO
FOR TOILET AND BATH
Delicate enough for the softest
skin, and yet efficacious in removing
any stain. Keeps the skin in perfect
condition. In the bath gives all the
desirable after-effects of a Turkish
bath. It should be oa every wash'
ALL QROCERS AND DRUOQISTS
Neck, face and arms all sun burned and
sore aa a boll this morning? Yes, we
thought so as we've seen several In Just
that fix atnee Sunday; shouldn't go Ashing
on Sunday but that's your business; our
business Is to tell you what will promptly
soothe that- burning pain and aulcklv heal
the aore spots, at the same time remove !
. i . . . . w . i -r i rr , , r . ....... . '
CREAM! Cornea In two alsea; lOo which
la lust aa large aa 26c alsea of other face
lotions, and 2c aixe. which holda half nlnt
delivered any place In the city without
extra charge, same as everything else we
DID iuu know we nave delivery
Used by people of refinement
for oyer a quarter of a century
PRC PAH CD "Y
boys expreitsly for the purpobe of calling
at your home for prescriptions to be filled
snd returned at a GREAT SAVING IN
FRIUE7 xes, wa ao ana we deliver any
thing we aell any place In the city from
7 a, m. to 10 p. m., without extra charge,
but at a GREAT aavlng Inatead.
OPEN ALL. NIGHT.
Twe Fkesee T4T TWT.
g. W. Career lC-fsi mm (Jkleege ate.
UK ' il.i
Two-Piece Suits for
We Want All Men to Know that
Our Showing is Ready.
It Isn't altogtther a srlf
lsh motive that makes us
want all men to know tha
clothing In this house. Of
course there Is commer
cialism In It no man In
business can get entirely
away from that but
there is something more
much more. We know we
have provided summer
clothing for you that's on
a higher plane than any
shown you anywhere else.
We know it represents
more In Talue to you than
any other clothing you
can buy. We're brought
out a line of summer suits
at, 8, 10 and 12 dollars
that far eclipses anything
else these prices hare
ever paid for. Specially
selected fabrics that
we've had made up to
our order in our own way
and Its a good way, aa
you know. We don't have
to say they're worth more
money we'd rather haT
you say that, and we
believe you wllL 1
Lou Rate Excursions
ROUND TRIP FROM OMAHA.
Ill .49 Indtanapolta. Ind June T-ath.
$1171 Boston. Maes June K to July 4th.
121.00 Detroit. Mich July 14th-lKth.
MLK Baltimore, Md July 17th-18th. '
120 W Bellefontalne. Ohio May 28th to June 1st.
$1110 Atlantic, Ga July 6th to 7th.
$17.60 Denver, Colorado Springs
and Pueblo, Colo June let te September tKh.
116.00 Denver, Colorado Bprlngs
and Pueblo July 1st to 10th,
ISO 10 Salt Ike City and Odgen
160.00 Ban Francisco and Lee
Angeles July lat te lOtK
Mfcta Ban Francisco and Los
Angeles August lat te 14th.
Hemeseekera' tickets to many points June tod and ltth,
ONE WAY RATES.
Jl! 80 Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo, June tnd and ltth.
120.00 Salt Lake City, Odgen. Butte and Helena. )
121.60 Spokane. ( rkrf
1 m TWll.nA Seattle. T&ernna. f ay W
136.00 Loa Angeles and Ban Franetaoo. ;
Ticket ea aale by all Ooean and Lake Steamers.
C. A. RUTHERFORD.
ti h i nr. ii
yl DiYisioti Passenger Agent,
1323 FimiD Street,
OMAHA. - - - NEB.
M 1 a. J M m j . .
A good slsed room with vault
nrrt to the elevator on the
4th floor e pleasant, good slsed
room tor (UM a month.
Every office In the Bee Building
has good light plenty of air and
is attractiver a complete office
building in every sense of the
word. Open day and night and
Sunday. Elevators mn all the
time. Electric light water and
janitor service free.
K C Peters & Co.. Rental Agents.
around Floor, Bee Bulldrnj.
rndlanapoUs and back, fit. IB, June 1
Boston and back. S33.7B. June 10 to July 4.
Detroit and back, PL 00, July 14 and la.
Baltimore and back, 132. K. July 17 and
St Louis and back, 111-60. June IS and 11
BeUefontalne, O. and back, P0.1A. May
tt to June 1
Denver, Colorado Springs and Feeble
and back, tlt.OO, May It.
Denver, Colorado Springs and Puatite and
back. 117 60. June 1 to Sept. ft).
Denver, Colorado Springs and Pneble and
back, 116.00, July 1 to 10.
Bait Lake City and back. 130.6a, Xene 1
to Sept. M.
Loe Angeles, San Franolsco and Man
Dlege and back. 150.00, July 1 to 10.
Hot Springs, S. D., and back, HI.40, Jane
1 to Sept. 30. v
Atlanta, Ga., and back, tail, Joly I
The above are some ef the Burlington's
cheap excursion rates this year. If you
are going anywhere you had better write
or see roe. st I can probibly offer yea
auggeatlons that will aare you money.
J. B. REYNOLDS,
City Passenger Agent,
1502 Farnam St. Omaha, Neb,
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