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THE OMAHA DAILY TIIUHPOAY. JUNE 4. 1003.
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CLIMAX IN LADIES' SUIT BARGAINS
Pi Spring Suits at $10
Entire Spring Stock Bought from the Swellest Suit Manufacturer of
Broadway, N. Y., at Less Than Half Price on Sale Today.
Today we present the most remarkable bargain ever offered In
Omaha In women's wcanng apparel. The most fashionable suit manufac
turer on lower Itroadway, N. Y., was left with a great quantity of his very
highest grade tailor made suits, owing to the early openlnir of the hot
weather season In the cast. These goods were so highly fashionable that
their value would bo nearly, as great next season, but rather than risk the
slightest change In fashion In such ultra swell suits, the owner decided to
sell Instantly. Brandels' cash bought the entire stock at far less than cost
Ladies and Misses
$2 Trimmed Street Hats at 25c
Second Floor and Basement.
Upwards of four thousand .trimmed street hats for ladles and misses of
the most desirable and popular styles of the season are offered tomorrow at
the ridiculously low price of twenty-five cents. The colors are white, natural,
black, burnt shade, navy, brown, castor and cardinal. These hats are here
for your choslng, the result of a deal whereby we have secured every street
hat carried by Chicago s greatest and largest wholesale mil
linery concern. Not a hat In this lot ever offered before
this ale at less than two dollars
Saturday Railroad Wreck Sale
I fl. y. piunbti ffmt.fl
FREE SERVICE FOR RELIEF
Missouri Pacific Offers to Carry Donation! to
NOT OPEN AS YET TO KANSAS CITY
Wabash Only ' Omaha Lin Getting
lata Kiw Town, But Other Roads
Are Gradually flarmoant
J. O. Phllltppl, assistant general freight
agent of the Missouri Pacific, has placed
the facilities of that road from Omaha to
Kansaa City at the disposal of any person
Wishing to send clothing or provisions to
the flood-stricken people of Kansaa City,
Kan., and Topeka. The Missouri Pacific
ta not yet open as far as Kansas City, but
Is expected to be within a day or tw.o, when
Mr. Fhllllppl's proposition may be em
braced. At present the Missouri Pacific la running
trains from Omaha as far south as Atchi
son, and the track Is said to be In splendid
condition. It Is only a question of a short
time, the local officials say, until their
road will be able to enter Kansas City.
No Information as to the destruction of the
Missouri Pacific bridge at Kansas City has
reached the local office. The bridge at
La Platte is In good order. Communica
tion by wire Is still cut off between Omaha
and Kansas City, and the Missouri Pacific,
like other lines, is in . the dark as to the
precise conditions in the Isolated city on
, Wabash. Eaters Kaaaas City.
The only Omaha Una entering Kansas
City at present la the Wabash and it Is do
ing so by means of connections with the
Missouri, Kansas St Texas and Missouri Pa
cific The WabaBh is running over Us own
line as far as Moberly, Mo., thence to Se
dalla on into Kansas City over the Mis
souri Paelflo. Direct connections are made,
so that the rout becomes an- excellent one
under the elrcumstances. At Moberly the
'Wabash; leaving Omaha at 6.56 p. m., con
nects with the fast train from St. Louis,
leaving for Bedalla at 1:50, after but ten
minutes' stop. Ail passenger business Is
handled on on coupon. The Wabash is
still unable to get trains through at Har
lem. Th Burlington Is making good headway
generally in overcoming the effects of the
flood, but th officials could not state any
deflnlt tint when they expected to resume
traffie from Oaiaha to Kansas City. The
Chicago, Burlington Qulncy wires from
Chicago that the difficulty at Ottumwa is
nearly overcome and that it is probable
trains may be run over the big steel
bridge there by Thursday. This
being the case the Burlington will be en
abled to resume Its direct rout from
Omaha to Chicago. Th B. & M. Is opera
ting Its normal service almost, th wrecked
bridge at Preston and one or two other
similar obstacles being surmounted.
Rock lalaad Heaaiaea Service.
The Rock laland, after several days of
enforced abandonment of almost its entire
service, has resumed traffic between Omaha
and Chicago over Its own Una and between
Omaha and Denver over the Union Pacific.
' This dissolve the worst of the Rock
. Island's congestion. It haa been able all
along to maintain its service to Pea Molnea
desplt th tremendous floods there.
Th Northwestern ennounces that its east
aloe track to Bloux City is now opened and
that trains are again running over it. The
washout on this track did not stop traffic.
but road tt necessary ' for the Omaha
Twin City trains to run on the east side of
' the river.
Milwaukee. Illinois Central, Elkhorn and
Vnlon Paelflo are still In good condition
' never having ben seriously discommoded
by the floods. This of course sppllrs only
to th main line of th Vnlon Pacific, its
aouthorn rout having been th worst hit.
probably, of any road in th flood stricken
Every Suit in this purchase,
most of them -worth $30,
will be sold at Ten Dollars.
There never was a tailor-male suit sold In
Omaha at Jlfl.00 that possessed one-third the
beauty and style of this superb garment.
Voiles Canvas Cloths
Examines I a scot Cloths
Covert Venetians Cheviots
Every late and beautiful new spring shade, Including
the champagne shade, the new blues, light grays, etc.
Every feature of stunning style for this
season Is shown collarl ess blouses, Louis
XIV effects, single and double capes, stoll
fronts, short and long pepllns, flared, gore
skirts, etc. Not one of these smart suits
worth less than $20, most of them well worth
$30, and many as high as $36 today at a
record breaking sale price of
This sal will be re
membered for months
by Omaha women, who
are fortunate enough to
share in this bargain
benefit. A rare chance
to get a fashionable $30
suit for Just $10.
of Shoes at 59c. 9 fir,. Si. 69.
ff. Qznnhtl & porta
TAX COLLECTIONS FOR MAY
More Than Fifty Tbonaana Dollars la
Execs of May Payments
City Treasurer Hennlngs report on tax
collections ror May, 13, showing compart'
son with May. 1902, follows! v
ausaj, iv, tlOIOUimi.,,, .... .7,773.71
FT. . . "
iwiai ITt A14 !M
May. 1903. real estate .!.!"$61S0 ffl
May. 1903, personal .......iSS
Increase .. $51,501.39
Mr. Hennlngs said: "Our personal tax
collectors have gone out and will push
meae claims nard. rain or shine. My newlv
pmnieo. lax collecting van will start out
as soon as the weather will permit, but as
i am not anxious to have the new rubber
tires or paint all covered with mud, I am
holding back until the elements favor us
with a glimpse of sunshine to make this
task Ipsa gloomy. During my first term
some unkind persons said I collected about
$7,000,000 from the poor; so during my sec
ond term I hope to collect about $10,000,000
from the rich." .
The Bennett Company.
We lead them all In our Grocery depart,
Another Laundry Soap special, I bars, 25o.
Raisins, special, worth 12 Vic, for 8o lb.
Coffee special, 9c lb.
Tea sittings, special, 15c lb.
The Great Parka of Colorado
Constitute one of ber chief glories. They
contain fields, forests and plains; they are
watered by creeks and rivers, and contain
villages and farmhouses; they have springs
and lakes where hotels and other places of
entertainment are found for those seeking
health and recreation.
To enable people to reach these favored
localities without unnecessary expenditure
of time or money, the UNION PACIFIC
has put In effect very low rates and splen
did train service from Missouri river to
Accommodations are provided for all
classes of passengers on these trains, the
equipment including free reclining chair
cars, dining cars, buffet smoking cars,
drawing room sleepers, day coaches, etc.
City ticket office, 1324 Farnam street.
Very Low Special Exeuraloa Rates
To Boston, Masa.i Saratoga, N. T., and
Chautauqua Lake In June and July. Lib
eral limits and stop-over privileges.
On and after June 14 the new fast train
from Chicago to Buffalo and intermediate
points, 6:15 p. m. dally.
For time cards, regular and special rates.
etc., send postal card to H. L. Purdy,
Trav. Pass. Agent Chicago, 111., or D. M.
Bowman, General Western Paasenger
Agent, Chicago, III.
Th Wabash Railroad
"In the Good Old Summer Time" offer
many special rates to Boston, Indianapolis,
Baltimore, St. Louis, Saratoga, Detroit,
Atlanta and other points.
Call at city office, 1601 Farnam, or address
HARRY B. MOORES, O. A. P. D.,
Lake Shore Toura
la the title of a very convenient summer
tour book Issued by the Lake Shore 4
idlchlgan Southern railway, showing routes
and rates to the eastern resorts It will
be sent on application. M. 8. Giles, T. P.
A., Chicago, I1L C. F. Daly, Chief A. Q.
P. A., Chicago. III.
Railway Pay Cheeks.
City warrants, school warrants and
checks on all banks cashed. Deposits
made now draw interest for the entire
month of June.
J. L. BRANDEI3 SONS, Bankers.
Four per cent interest paid.
For Bale Due bill on one of the best New
York City hotels at a good discount. Ad
ureas K 64, care Oinaha Bee.
THE REMAHI.F, ITVKK
60 esses of new Wash Goods Just in, c onslstlng of White Oxford Walstlngs, White
Fancy Walstlngs, Colored Oxford Walstln gs. Fancy Wash Goods goods worth from
lc to 60c a yard will be closed out st a fraction of their original cost. READ THE
FOLLOWING AND COMPARE PRICES.
Colored mereprlet dress fnhrfra. rlvAlina
the finest foulard silks In wear and appear
ance, an dark colors, suitable for street
gowns, worth 50c, only 2Tc.
vi nne i-iqne Cords, In white grounds
with small black and colored stripes and
figures, 32 Inches wide, very fashionable
walstlngs, worth 40c. only 15c.
i niore French Muslins, satin stripes.
with floral designs, strictly fast colors.
orth 4oo, only 15c.
Oordellln Oreanrtlea. a beautiful Swiss
fabric, light a-inas with colored stripes
and figures. newest designs and very
stylish for house and evening ciiwuh.
worth 26c, only 10c.
A new assortment of Dress Ginghams, ex
tra heavy and fine, all high colors, worth
iou, oniy ftc.
11.00 full size Bed Spreads, Marseilles
pattern, R9c each.
$1.25 full size extra heavy Marseilles pat
tern, 89c each.
Great Sale on Ladies' Suits, Jackets,
Skirts and Waists
We hare Just received from six of the largest cloak manufacturers In New York
their entire line of sample Silk Coats. Ping Pongs, In taffetas, peau de soles and
mohair; Monte Carlos, In taffetas, peau de soles, pongees and Sicilians; Raglans
and Automobile Coats, in fine pongees, taffetas, peau de soles, voiles and cravenettes.
No two alike. All will go on sale Thursday AT HALF PRICE.
IiOt 1200 Silk Coats, in taffeta and mo
hair, worth $.50, for $3.90.
Lot 2 Silk Pongee, Taffeta and Peau de
Sole Coats, some trimmed with white lace
applique, Bsttenburg collars, other house
ask 110 and 112 for them on sale Thurs
Lot 8 Automobile Coats, In all silk pon
gees, etamines, fine quality taffeta and
water-proof cravenettes, all make swell
evening wraps, worth $25 eale price $12.60.
Lot 4 Highest grade Pongee and Peau de
Sole Coats in newest creations, elaborately
trimmed, worth up to $35, no two alike, on
sale for $18.60, $15, $12.50, $10 and $7 50.
25 Sample Capes, made of black silk,
elaborately trimmed in silk lace, ribbons
and taffeta, worth $30 and $35, for $18.60.
SILK DRESS SKIRTS.
60 Slllt Dress Skirts, made of 'good ual
Ity taffeta, hip trimmings, worth $15, on
sale at $10 each.
Largest Exclusive Retail Millinery House in the West.
SivGGi iirl rddiiof.
Moderate Prices. It Pays to Investigate.
1508 Douglas Street. ,
Don't Take Risks
when you wish your teeth attended to.'
It pays to go to a re'.lable dentists
We make the study of teeth our life
work. Advice and estimates givel
Omaha High School
Building photographed In
Drocess Just tne ining lor
$1.60. Spend a minute In our store and see them,
for the name. ','
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler,
1516 Douglas Street.
FLOODS SEND MEAT HIGHER
Packen Adfanoe Prioes, But 8o Far Be-
tailera Staid the Lobs.
SUPPLY OF LIVE STOCK IS INADEQUATE
Coasamers Will Have to Par Cat
IVnoleaalera Add Any Moro
Pennlea to Selling Price 4
of Fresh Heata.
The flnnda and conseauent demoralisation
of railway service throughout the middle
west haa cauBed meat prices to incline
upward. With the Kansaa City packing
houses Idle greater demands have been
thrown on the plants In Omaha and other
cltlea and the live stock arriving both
here and at other points has been far short
of adequate. As yet thers has been no ad
vance in moat so far as the consumer is
concerned, but a very little more increase
by the packers and the public will have to
pay. It all depends on how soon the rail
.. . , MnMmnl M.nltlr.n ftffaln.
lines can ei
TirAKMPfi beef haa gone up about one-half
cent a pound, fresh pork has been pushed
ahead 1 cent a pound, while mutton was
already so high that no advance was made.
A representative of Cudahy s said yes
terday: "We. were 1,000 cattle short of
what we needed yerterday, ana mere was
i.n hia deleleney In hogs. Live stock
consigned to South Omaha Is tied up 1
over the country. If It reacnes us me
stringency will be relieved, but a con
tinuation of the present conditions means
a marked advance in the price of meat De
cauae of the shortage."
At Armour's the feeling was conserva
tively Inclined. The demands are' over
taxing our ability to fill them," said Gen
.ni Manager Howe, "but we are doing the
best we can to meet them and to hold the
meat market steady. So far the advances
have been no more than those covered by
.in.rv fluctuations. Hogs have advanced
40 cents a hundred this week and this has
r.auitxl In an Increase of a cent a pound
for the better cuts of pork. The price of
hams haa remained stationary. Dressed
beef has gone up slightly.'
A. Death Blow to Malaria.
Electric Bitters kill and expel malaria
disease germs, will prevent typhoid and
cure fever and ague, or no pay. Only 60c.
For sale by Kuhn Co.
Wedding present ae Whltmore's posters.
in T.!F GREAT
an a a a ua miibiii
sm-inch wide fillkollne, worth. 10c and
1214c per yard, 6c.
IS 1-2C F.nallsh I.onsr Cloth T l-2o
12c F.ngllsh Ixing tloth. 3. Inches wide,
for ladles' undergarments, at "Vic yard.
Zftc India I.lnon l.tc
25 quality 40-Inch sheer India Llnon, at
13c 8 wise Drapery 10c.
15c quality Bwlss Drapery, 36 Inches wide,
at 10c yard.
Sflc TCalsttnaje IBc
25c quality Oxford, Cheviot and Madras
Walsting, up to 32 Inches wide, at 15c yard.
24Ns Shectlna-a 15 l-2e
20c quality Bleached Sheeting, 2 yards
wide, at 154c yard.
22c Sheeting 1 J-2e
22c quality extra heavy Brown Sheeting,
81 Inches wide, at WVifi yard.
100 Taffeta Skirts, worth $20, on sale for
100 Silk Foulard Shirt Waist Suits, at
$15, $13.50 and $10.
250 women's Suits, worth $20 and $26,
(Alterations made free of charge, same
as if you paid the regular price.)
20 doten Wash Waints, In fin lawns,
nicely trimmed, worth $2, for 95c.
26 dozen Wrappers, In percales, light and
dark colors, worth $1.60, for 69c.
HAYDEVS BIO WASH SKIRT SALE
100 dozen Wash Dress Skirts, in pique,
duck, madras, coverts, sateens and all
other wash materials, all nicely trimmed,
worth up to $.60, on sale at 98c and 79c.
GRAMI MILLINERY SALE.
The newest and most exquisite designs In
summer millinery on sale Thursday at as
tonishingly low prices. Be sure and at
tend this grand special sale.
A TVJfTn THC
the bowl of a spoon New
a irauusiura fcin .i.uu anu
it pay m
1 urn your old
book Into money.
Telephone B ZS67
and our represen
tative will call.
"Ye Old Book Shop,"
141 FARNAM ST.
DEPOT JAMMED WITH MAIL
L'alon Station Trains Bring; in Large
Volumes of Belated
As a result of crippled railroad service,
due to the floods, trains entering Omaha
are heavily laden with mall that has been
tied up In various places and on various
lines. Scarcely a train arrives that does
not have an extra car or two of belated
mall and some are carrying extra baggage
cars. Ths Union Pacific fast mall, an ex
clusive mall train, came In and went out
yesterday with Its four cars of mall and
two baggage cars filled to the doors.
This mall has come, most of it, from Kan
sas City territory, mall that under normal
conditions never passes through Omaha.
For instance, there was a huge pile of
Kansas City daily papers that were being
sent Into Kansas, Ju8t over the line from
the stricken city. These papers evidently
left Kansas City some daya ago. Bealdca
the papers there were several large trucks
laden with Kansas City mall matter of the
In order to handle this extra volume of
mail and baggage It has been necessary for
the Union depot authorities to enlist the
services of twenty extra men from the
freight houses at Council Bluffs, and even
at that every fellow Is given all he wants to
do. The depot where mall Is handled cer
tainly is a busy place now.
By the sad sea waves drink a bottle of
delicious Champagne. Cook's Imperial
Extra Dry. It is the very best.
A poster made for Sarah Bernhardt by
the famous French poster artist, Mucha.
Is a part of the display at Whltmore's art
store this week. It shows the divine Sarah
in the costume of Hamlet and belongs to
the collection of J. L. Houston, jr., which
is on exhibition.
Telephone hantber t'haage.
Please observe the change made by H.
K. Burkett, funeral director and embalmer,
412 N. 16th street, of bis borne telephone to
THE BENNETT GO.
Is the Piano a
It may have beea years age,
but under our modern system
of education, and the conditions
of society, a knowledge of mu
sic toimy la as much a part of
an education for both boys and
Blrla as the knowledge of gram
mar, mathematics or ordinary
atndlea and with It comes the
NECESSITY for a PIAXO.
In Our Mammoth
we are showing some of the finest In
struments that money can buy, all In
the latest colonial styles. In the rlchet
and nobbiest veneers, in walnut, oak,
To fully appreciate this wonderful
stock of pianos they will have to be
seen. Call and examine our goods and
we will make you prices and terms
that cannot be duplicated in the west.
New Colonial Mahogsnv
Piano, former price tS'iO.OO, 014 0
our price for our June sale... vlOO
New Colonial Oak
Piano, former price $326.00, CD
our price for our June sale... 1 00
New Colonial Walnut
Piano, former price $360.00, 410
our price for our June sale... 10
New Colonial Piano, in any wood,
former price $375.00, 94Q
our price for our June sale.. $4 J 0
New Colonial Piano, in all woods,
former price $400.00, aaan
our price for our June sale.. COO
ALL 50LD ON
OUR EASY PAYflENT PLAN.
From $5 to $25 Cash and
From $5 to $25 Per flonth.
A Wagon Load of Axe Handles!
NOW WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THAT?
Piled up In front of our store! There ere
quite enough knockers without our laying
In a supply; but then nil this axe handle
business was only a mistake of the dray
man's; but there are too many mistakes
being made by people who neglect to keep
tab on their drug bills and take advantage
of the great saving there Is in trading at
OMAHA'S ONLY ANTI-COMBINE DRUG
STORE. Remember, we call for and de
liver prescriptions from 7 a. m. to 10 p. m.,
any place in the city without extra charge.
$1.00 Miles' Nervine ?4c
25c Miles' Anti-Pain Pills 20c
Pay full prices elsewhere for Miles' goods
If you wish to help out the combine.
$1.00 Peruna all you want 61c
$1.00 Pierce's Medicines toe
8.rc Genuine Castorla 24c
$2.00 Genuine Chester's Pennyroyal Pills $1
$1.00 Palne's Celery Compound 74c
$1.00 Celery Nervine guaranteed 65o
Pay more for these goods elsewhere If
you wish BUT WHY?
SGHAEFER'S DRUO STORE
Two 'Phones 74T and 707.
8. W. Coraer 10th and Chicago Sts.
KEEP YOUR HAIR.
fit id Hair Tonic
Makes the Hair Grow,
Keeps the Scalp Healthy.
5old Everywhere In
$1.00 and 50 Cent Dottles.
A. R. Bremer Co., . Chicago.
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rL4 mul auailM Saryla. tmt tltS.V.
VKITtiO STATUS lilirHlTUHY.
rnt Sw. f ta S S Wiari. ilv lUlill
lta 1 J. ruuw r T !laim . r.alfc
fAf A i hlO JEWELER ill
Osswyr j jV He sella Watches. !
r i I . -, fcj Copley ha awrthlni I
1 it "Jr JJ prUlnlm to wwMlnM,
1 'ifAJoT TilUnir plain ring!, u.li- H
t Vy or'i presents. bride's gw
"''jr remembrances, etc. ff
Jaj Sea blm ana let suss- Vj
Muslin Skirts, Knit Underwear and Ladies GUves, en Sale
Thursday at Very Special Prices.
Th essence of the following Is found In the prices as related to qual
ities. Each Item has special cheapness with which to command your
keen attention. Not an Item of trash can find Its way Into our collec
tion of merchandise. Itend each Item carefully and come to thla sale
Women's Muslin Skirts
Special Value In Skirts.
46o women's muslin skirts, good qual
ity white muslin sklrtH, with deep
flounre and dust rutlle a p
regular Jao value TtOC
PKe fine quality cambric skirt, full
length and width, with 12-Inch flounre,
with three rows of lace Insertion,
trimmed with deep flounce
Of lCe aatf
gosuively a tl.6ft quality y OC
$1 SO, Cambric fcklrt, with deep lawn
flounce, trimmed with clusters of
turks and lace Insertion, with lawn
dust ruffle, many beautiful designs,
In embroidery and lace
effects, a regular
at, each ....
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This Way You
1 Indianapolis sold June 7th, 8th, 9th, 14th, 15th $19.40
St. Louis sold June loth, 16th and 17th SI3.50
Boston sold June 24th, 25th, 26th $31.79
Boston sold June 30th to July 4th $33.75
New York sold July 4th and 6th $37.20
Saratoga sold July 4th and 5th $32. 20
Atlanta-sold July 5th, 6th and 7th. $32. IO
Detroit sold July 14th and 15th : $21.50
Baltimore Hold July 17th and 18th $32.25
All tickets reading over the Wabash R. R. are good In either direction via
steamer between Detroit and Buffalo without extra charge, except meals and
berth. Stop-overs allowed. Remember this Is "The World's Fair IJne."
For berths, lake trips, folders and all Information call at Wabash City
Office, 1401 Farnam Street, or address
Harry E. Moores, Q. a. p. d Omaha, Neb.
Ufat.al. Wall Calaa C9-BO
Siiwitiaii a ucu duita a.
In BDeaklng of welt soles we do so
because these are welt soles genuine
welt soles not a machine sewed made
Any woman would be pleased with
these sheas equal In all renpects to
our men's $2.60 welt that have such
a reputation for wear and comfort.
We have them In all slses snd
widths, which make possible a perfect
fit, which adds to the wear as well as
For an all-round, every-day ahoe
Its equal has never been made. Tour
money back If not satisfied.
OREXEL SHOE CO.,
Omaha's Up-to-Date Shoe House
1419 Farnam Street.
Ladles' Summer Kalt rnderwear
120 doten Indies' fine quality Jersey
ribbed lisle finished Vests, full silk
tHprd, would be good value 4 -v
at 19c 1 I C
Special price aww
Ladlea' Kalt I'aderwear.
120 doren fine lisle thread and mer
cerised ribbed vests, hand-finished
silk trimmed necks and arms, f
full silk taped, regular S.TC
toe value, at, each mm-r
Ladles Gloves. -
25c, beautiful assortment of lace lisle
snd silk mitts and gloves, sm p
bliiok, mode, gray and srf
white pair ""wv
4Bc, Indies' fine quality double finger
tipped, silk and lisle gloves, a
nil newest shades, a regular -JC
75c quality, pair
Indianapolis and back, $19.40; June T
to 9 and June 13 and 14.
Boston and back, $33.75; Jun. M to
Boston and back, $31.75; Jun. $4 to
Detroit and back, $21.00; July 14
Baltimore and back, $32.25; July 17
6t. Louis and back, $13.50; Jun. 1$
Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo
and back, $17.50; June 1 to September JO,
Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo
and back, $15.00; July 1 to 10.
Salt Lake City and back, $30.60; Jun.
1 to September 30.
Los Angeles, San Franclsoo and San
Diego and back, $50.00; July 1 to 10.
Hot Springs, S. D., and back, $16.40;
June 1 to September 80.
Atlanta, Ga., and back, $32.10; Jury
The above are soma of the Burling
ton's cheap excursion rales this year.
If you are going anywhere you had
better write or see me, as I can prob
ably offer you suggestions that will
save you money.
J. B. REYNOLDS.
City Passenger Agt.,
1502 Farnam St., Omaha
The St. Leuis
X3he Best of
The Only Double
tl8. 40 Indians noils snd re
(21.(o Detroit, Ml( h.. and re
turn July 14-li.
(33.75 Koston, Mass and re
turn J una 10 to July 4.
$33.25 Kalllmore, Ml., and
return July 17-11.
119.60 Mankato, Mlnn and
rt'turn ml summer.
lti.50 Bt. I'aul, Minn., and
return all summer.
118.75 Deadwood and return
116 40 Hot Hprlrtgs and return
Very low rates via ths
Oral Lakes ana to many
points north sod eiutC
14011403 FARNAM 8T.
Tri a 4.4 .Ma.
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