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TITE OMATTA DAILY DEE: TUESDAY, MATiOIT 20, 1004.
JOHN UTT WITH ROCK ISLAND
Learet Comtnerolal 01 ob April Tint for
Ilia Haw Position.
SUCCESSOR IS NOT YET ENGAGED
lit DuMian Port of CuiMtl
aeagei and freight Agent OB
Western Beetlon of tns
iecretnry John Vtt of the Commercial
club hu necrptod a position with the Kock
liland railway and will end his connection
otn the Commercial emb April 1. Mr. Utt
ai In Chicago Lift week and on his return
Viturday notlfled the secretaryship commit
tee of his Intention. He does not yet know
the exact nature and soope of his duties,
but he will be In chargo of the passenger
and freight departments In the western por
tions of the system, lie does not know
whether or not he can continue to live In
Mr. Utt began his railway career as agent
at White Cloud, Kan., for the Atchison &
Nebraska line In 171. In 173 he became
general freight and passenger agent and
continued so until 1879. lie entered the
service of the Kock Island at Kansas City
as general agent and later was transferred
to Chicago aa contract agent. Later he
served as genoral freight agent of the Bur
lington, Cedar Rapids A Northern, and then
left railroading to go Into the manufactur
ing business at Llnooln. From there he
came to Omaha as commissioner of the
Commercial club, and after one year becamo
also Its secretary. He hue served the club
The members of the secretaryship com
mittee decline to give any Information as
to the suoceeaor of Mr. Utt, and say that
no one has yet been engtigod to All the
place. It Is understood they have not ex
pected Mr. Utt to leave the club at so
early a data.
GOOD WORK STILL GOES ON
Over Nino Thousand Dollars Oontrlb
ated Toward Completing; tke Fund
Money la being forced on tha Auditorium
director In a way they had hardly an
ticipated, but which Alls them with glad
ness and the hunk account of the corpora
lion with credit Seventeen hundred dol
lars In new $100 subscriptions Is announced,
making the total to date $9,750 toward the
$20,000. Tha complete subscription Hat
F. A. Nash 100
John L. Kennedy loo
V. if. ravis , li
T. C. Byrne ... loo
T. J. Mahoney 100
Joeenh Hayden K)
H. J. Pen fold loo
C. G. Petiraa loo
J. L. Pax ton 100
J. K. Lehmer loo
Thomas Fry - JOO
C. M. Wllhelm 100
J. F. Carpenter 100
Alfred Millard 100
Charles if. Pickens 100
W. M. Burgesa IK)
Arthur C. Smith 100
J. H. Baum 100
H. P. Peck 100
Kred Metss. Jr..... loo
K. A. C'udaliy 100
John Power .. 100
T. J. O'Brien 100
Thomas rennlson 100
J. c. rtoot 200
I. W. Carpenter ., 100
Samuel Reea , 100
David Cole 100
Charles Harding , 100
P. P.. Myers , 100
P. K. Her 100
F. MeOrew 100
Henry Hlllor 100
Millinery QJ llgoJjg
Today Tuesday Extraordinary Salo
Van Pelt Dressmaking Stock
126 W. 41st Street, New York.
Fnsh, new goods brought forward for thit great tale. These
good, from one of the mot exclusive and fashionable drettmakcrt
of Xew York, are the highest elate fabrics ever offered at a special
tale. Jivying very cheaply, we can give some amazing bargains.
Splendid Spring Dress Goods at $1 a Yard
Chiffon Voiles, Crepe Illusion, Hiciliarm, -
Amazons, Broadcloths, Doeskins, Voiles, Eta- jj fill
mines, English Cloth, etc. all the piece J "
goods are in 7, 8, 9 and 10 yd. pieL'(;arnyar,
Silks from the Van Pelt Stock
Finest lmtortpl Novelty Silks for stroot nnci pvrnlnx con- laTa
tumoH plegnnt Bilks for waists, opora coats, etc the cholco I I III
of the Van l'elt purchase at yard Ms W
Lining TafTeas 27-inch oil Ixilled Taffeta mj J"
Lyons makes positively one dolor and a quarter value f C
Beautiful unfinished gowns of crepe de chine, poplin, sfl i
etamlne bolero, deutello inserted, etc. worth $100 JrZF At AM
each at vww
Laces from the Dressmaking Stock Beautiful tff 1 Ca "Jf
leovo laoes, etc., at yard , lUt'IJL'iiJ Is
Manufacturer's entire stock of Indies'
Spring Pelts In correct styles
cruKhed leather and pleated leather
belts, with hamnas buckles pleated
satin celts, giruie errects ana
spring shades and
worth fifty cents
cents each at ,
Greater Bargains in Sale of
OILCLOTH AND LINOLEUM
The finest goods from the Farr & Bailey stock, 122-124 Market street,
Chlcairo some were slightly damaged by water. For spot cash we bought
the choice of the entire stock and secured an Immense bargain. Some
of the very finest patterns of Floor Oilcloth and Linoleum will be showu
All Widths and Grades of Floor Oilcloth Cp
that pells up to 50o yard, at, yard Wt
Very Best Grades of Floor Oilcloth C n
sound and perfect, all widths, at, square yd...-V
Extra Heavy Linoleum, bound and perfect,. tQp
worth up to 90c yard, at, square yard.. vt
Best Printed Linoleum, regularly sells at AQf.
$1. 25 square yard, at, square yard ........ 9mJ
J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS. BOSTON STORE.
W. J. Brant ch
V. P. Klrkendall
H jfl, Bruce
J. A. Bchenk
Ilemlrg Bros ..
Remington & Keaaler
)!. Kountaa MMH
Maker Bros. Engraving company
Victor H. Caldwell 100
M. T. Barlow 100
Fairbanks, Morse & Co...,. 100 I
David Talbot 100
E. M. Andreeaen . 100
John A. Munro 100
E. J. Sullivan 100
Collins & Morrison 100
Frank B. Johnson .. 100
O. W. Noble 100
William A. Rourke M 100
Thompson. Belden & Co 100
Sunderland Bros, company 1C0
Bemls Omaha Bag company 250
Samuel J. I'otter 100
D. J. O'Brien 100
Vogele A Dinning 100
Kingman Implement company 100 I
Rocco Bros 100
Euclid Martin 100
L.ee-Olasa-Andreeaen (Ave subaoriD
Klonp A Bartlett company ..M 100
Beebe & Kunyon company 100
Byron O. Burbank 100
Omaha Crockery company 100
The Nebraaka Clothing company 100
Tetter Wall l'aper company 100
Richardson Drua company nve aub-
Frank T. Hamilton 100
Nebraska Fuel company 100
W. 8. Balduft . 100
J. H. Evans . 100
B,. H. Koblson 100
The McCague Inveetraont company.... loo
Milton Rosers & Sons company 100
The Byron Heed company 100 I
R. C. Peters ft Co - 100
Johnson Tranafrr company 100
P. J. KaSbach ae Boa Co MM 100
Hess & 8woboda 100
T,.lf Itanaen . 100
John S. Wetrtell - loo
Exchange Grain company 100
Walter H. Jardlne 100
For Waivt of a Nail
at the right tin many a good building has gone to rack and
ruin. . Is there anything that annoys a man mora inan to
have ft window oo rd broken and stay broken, or a door knob
oft, or some little trifle that would take tha right :
few minute to repair?
makes Its boast that Its tenants ara
subjected to thla sort of annoyance.
oorpo of meohanloa keep tha building
stantly In mm good repair aa tha day
first tenant moved in.
Isnt this the place where you ought to
have your office? Let us show you around
and you will need no further argument.
R. C. Peters Co.,
Ask the first sales person you
ma up against for a transfer
slip. Use It In trading through
out the departments. It saves
time In making change It saves
Don't forget those extraordi
nary Qreen Trading Stamp sen
satlons advertised In Sunday's
papers, which are good for
More Snaps in
5-Inch Fiowor l'ots and
12-pleco Toilet Hot, com
plete with slop jar.
Nice bright filled 1 n
drcoratlnns, tnii'cd o r
etlpplcd with gold a line
And $10 worth A f0
of Orocn Trad- lfl
Ing Ptanips ....
Colored Candles, all colors, y
Fancy shape, larpe size bowl CO
and pitcher, per pair JZC
Good slop jar with cover 7Q
and bail, each 'C
China Nest Eggs, f
One-third off on all colored
In China Department.
In the fullest sense of the
word in the strictest detail
of the fact THIS IS THE
LEADING STOKE IN
OMAHA. In spite of our
rapidly growing business,
we have striven to find time
to rise to the full signifi
cance of Easter. Our store
decorations ore worth see
ing worth coming miles to
see, Eastern plants, palms,
sprays and lilies in grateful
profusion. Lily white and
purple ST1JEAMEHH AKE
OK ACE FULLY E NT WIN-
EL) the whole giving a re
freshing draught of spring.
New York World,
Sunday edition, on sale in
Stationery dept. Cut the
Green Trading: Stamp cou
pon from Its funny part,
brlnfj it to premium parlor
and get f l worth of Little
Green Stickers for it.
Ne York World, Sun
Wednesday Is March Red Letter
Green Trading Stamp Day.
Brinar your book in pre.
mlura parlor, second floor,
Wednesday, and we will
paste tl.OU worth of Little
Green Stickers In it for nothing.
large glass jar
serves, jar 10c
aH Bnked Beans
II 8-pound can M
Jl, Tomato Catsup o,
H bottle OC
H Oil Sardines, e
H nan . 1 li
WMMBSKBBBtmW H Bennett's Capitol Baking OAr
H Powder, 1-lb can
- - B Bottle Bluing, An
1 H Fun Weight Milk, OC
If V J ,..r
Away In the leadl Wecatertothe horns
providers of Omaha pure, fresh gro
ceries at lowost prices.
Several thousand three pound enns
solid packed Tomatoes, rjo
50c worth Green
with one-fourth lb.
can Bennett's Capi
tol Black fO
Total to dste HUGO
TWO BUFFALO KILL MATE
Hage AalaaaJa la Terrtfle Flabt Gc
Aaother to Death la Freight
Jl F. Stanley, manager for the Equitable
Ufa Insurance company for London, who
ia In Omaha, having accompanied Colonel
VT. F, Cody through his western preserves,
tells an Interesting story of a fatal fight
between some buffalo which Colonel Cody
"He got three magnificent buffalo bulls
tn Pennsylvania." said Mr. Stanley, "and
they only arirved at Lincoln a few days ago.
After reaching Uncoln the animals broke
Innae from their fastenings in tha car and
got Into a terrific fight, and one of them
was anred to death by his companions. It
took nearly 100 men to get the dead ani
mal out of the car. as the other two
bulls were savage and furious. The
moval was finally successful, and the head
of tha dead bast was turned over to a
taxidermist to be mounted. The other two
were shipped to Cody, where they will be
given the best of care, afel It Is Colonel
Cody's Intention to undtfrtake to cross
them with domestic cattle, though he will
shortly ship several buffalo cows there
also, to be placed on his 'T. E.' ranch."
phlne In Naples, Louise In France, Char
lotte In London, Domlnlrk In Kltcheneff,
and P. Amaros in Braunschwlg, Germany
u ha cured. To thone afflicted tits eon-
veva a wondHrful mfiuwie. Though quite
common. It Is only a short time elnoe It was
oonHldered Incurable. The Ulecovery mat
It was a purely nervous diaorrier has led to
tha appucalloa ul ma great nervo reawrer.
with tha hariDV result that thousands
have been ourapietely cured, and others are
being uuMxl avry day.
"In Uia rear 'kl I was stricken with epl
Ixnair. LXk tura treated me for suveral
yeaia, but 1 grew worxe. I would have
such awful flta I canot tell my awful
.uff.riiiiitf. A drurfflat recommended lr.
Miles' Nervine, aaid I bought a bottle, and
found It htlpnj me, and I look three more
and am cured. I had only one light lll
after 1 ooin ineucad taking It. 1 do hoie
l hm tliun will ouiue when everyboily will
tiiow that your medlrlne rurea these awful
tta.' JOHN IJiWlH. Clarion. Fa.
'ine ia ania
FAMILY OF STAGE FOLK MEET
Nine Performere Come Together by
Mere Cbance and Play la Same
Tha truth of the assertion that the world
Is small, after all. Is being well borno out
by exlHting circumstances at the Orpheuin
theater this week. A family reunion Is
being held there that is not down on the
card and that la quite as strange In the way
It came about as the acts on the stage.
By a strange coincidence bine of the peo
ple who do the entertaining ara brothers
and sisters, with their respective husbands
and wives, who have met here for the first
time in eleven years. This is not so strange
in Itself, but Is given a tinge of romance
by the fact that the meeting la quite by
accident, none of tha family knowing the
exact whereabouts of the rest.
Tony Wilson, who docs a surprising aot
on tha triple bars, Is the huaband of Mile.
Amoros. His act Is done with his alater-
In-law. under the stage name or neioiae.
Mile. Amoros does a bar act alone. 1 hese
people, with Mile. Charlotte, travel together
and are on their way to San Francisco from
xtei,-n havlnc recently completed a tour
of eastern United States and Europe. The
Werner-Amoroa troupe has recently been
In San Francisco and Is on Its way eaet.
Thla part of the Amoroa family consists
besides Prof. Werner, of Pierre. DomtnUk
and Mile. Adelaide Amoroa, who ara broth
era and slaters, respectively,, of Mile. Am
oros. who doea the wonderful trapese act.
and Charlotte and Helolaa. That they
ara an athletic and wonderful family goes
without saying and tnetr meeting here
Is quite as much of a delight to them as It
la to tha Orpheum audlencea. Another pe
culiar fact about thim la that they were
all born In different parts of the world.
Mra. Werner firat aaw taa ngnt or aay in
SUIT TO PRESERVE - TIMBER
Action Brought by District Attorney
Against Homesteaders oa Indian
Suit Is brought In the United States cir
cuit court by. United States District At
torney Summers on behalf of tha United
States against George F. Phillips and WU
Ham L. Johnson to enjoin them from de
stroying timber on their alleged home
stead claims on some of the Omaha Indian
reservation allotments. Tha defendants
claim to have made a filing on tha lands
In question at tha land office at Des
Moines. The Omaha Indians claim the
land Is a part of their allotment, and It Is
ascertained that defendants have erected
a saw mill on the lands and that their
sole purpose Is to cut off tha timber which
It Is shown, are located on tha Nebraska
side of the river.
now that your medicine rurea thei
ta." JOHN LKWld, Clark
It la an aura tn heiu that Nervim
There Is not the least danger to gtring
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to small
children, aa It contains no ophim or other
harmful drug. It has an established repu
tatlon of mora than thirty years aa the
most successful medicine In use for eolda.
croup and whooping cough. It always
cures and is pleasant to take. Chlldreo
following births and deaths have
been reoorted to the Board of Health dur
ing the forty-eight hours ending at noon
Hlrthe August Pohae Fifteenth and
Vallev. elrl: Fred LI'ilr.ger. Fourth and
Tierce, girl; Josvph Bwobnda. 1S11 South
Twelfth, boy; Phil Carroil. ea South
Twantv-nlnth avenue, hov.
reaths C. C. Silr. county hospital,
William Wilson, county hoapltal, L
Finest Java and Mocha
Coffee, per pound ....
Golden Santos good
' No. 2 Santos good
No. 8 Ban toe fine-
ull line strictly pure spices.
GREEN STICKERS ALL THE TIME.
So Many People
Select their Easter glfta from our stock we have so
many nobby, tusty articles to select from. Spend a few
minutes In our stoma. Look for the name,
S. W. Lindsay, Jeweler.
IS 16 Douglas
New Improved 1904
The burner of a Michigan Is superior to
the burner of a gas move. Out of the
360 Mlchlgans we sold last year, we sold
over lu to people who discarded the gaa
stove because they knew that it cont less
than hair to use a Michigan man a gas
stove, and that tha burner ,1s much more
desirable. We sell the $8.00 to $12.00 slse
tt 12.00 per month and Uje $15.00 to $a.W)
nice at s&w per montn. or we mane we
wholesale price for cash.
AJAJJJ K ILJ n 7
The burner Is ar large as the cover of a
steel range, Is perfectly flat and covered
with little cones each cone has two Jets
.and each Jut makes a clear blue flame
half an Inch high, and aa hot as a red hot
714 S. 16th St.
selling gas lamp
In America, a'
candle power on
4Vt feet of gat
$frfl per week
LAMP CO. ,
ALL THIS WEEK
With Every $3 Purchase Wo Will Give
Five Dollars Worth
Green Trading Stamps
Laldee' Tatent Colt, VI d kid, fS fg
Patent tips or Stock tips s III
SHOES and OXFORDS Vaf U U
Men's Ve'our and Box Calf, g A fl
Patent Colt, and Vlcl Kid " 1 1 1 1
SHOES and OXFORDS WiWt
Mlsnes Patent tip extension J fsi a
solo, or lighter sole dress I 1 1
School shoea U
Boy's Oak leather soles, Man- f pa
nlsh shoes all school and I 1 1
dress wear I fj At
ALL NEW STYLE" for EASTER SHOES,
OXFORD TIGS aad
CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS at
T. B. Morris
1517 Douglas St.
ASK a'Oll YOIH STAMPS.
We have the
for the Zlon
City Lace Cur
TtiK Bi:i.itm.K STDiti:
Zlon City Laces.
TRADING STAMPS FREE WITH ALL CASH PURCHASES.
CROWDING FOR BARGAINS
Myers, Levey & Strauss Stock
Twenty more snlospoople to wait on you Ttiesdny. Th
best part of the stuck will be on sale then. Including all tha
finest costumes Voile Suits and Skirts, fine lce and Crepe
do Chine Waits, spring Cmits, etc
The Greatest Sale of Women's
Garments Ever Known In Omaha
WOMEN'S limit CIaASS srr.INd SUITS In Crepe da
Chines, fine Vollos and diamines. In blues, tans helleotrope,
cream color and Mack, most elaborately trimmed with taf
fta drop. Myers. lvcy a. Strauss' JC Ofl OC flfl
price i.i our prico Tursilay 03 UUf 9 UU
WOMEN'S l'INIl SlTTS-ln voiles, etamlnes and serges,
mado for the homo trade in New York Cltyj not a salt
In Omaha to equal them at $35.00 l r
our price Q QU
A World Beater in Suits
Over 3W In ten different styloa chnvlota,. sorires and volls
In blues, browns, black, tana, castors nnd fancy mixtures
manufactured to sell In Now York City at 15.C0 O t(
our prico U 9S
Extremely Good Things
Myers, Levey & Strauss Stock for Tuesday
Coma Early and Avoid the Crowd
Myers, Iievey & Strauss 76o Wrappers In dark colors. HOC
Myers, Levey & Strauss 11.25 black Underskirts (morcerlxcd), 4QC
Myers, Levey & Strauss Taffeta and Peau de Bole WnlaU. O QQ
worth up to $8.00. our price -
Myers, Levey & Strauss Lawn Vesting; and Mardas Waists, Q5C
worth up to $3.00, our price
Myers, Ievcy & Strauas Voile and Etamlne Skirts, worth up to $10.00. r qq
our price Tuesday "
Myers. Levey & Strauss Women's Capes about 800 of them worth from
iM.. m silk and cloth, 1.98, 3.98 and 5.98,
ATTRACTIVE SILK BARGAilNS FOR TUESDAY
Several lota of silk that we snapped up at a great bargain, placed on special sale.
1,000 yards fine white Wash SUk, 36 In. wide.
Crash Pongee, pure silk, natural color, 39C
onlv , w.
White and Cream Pongee, 24 In. wldo worth $1.25, on sale 7 5c
24 In. pure silk Crepe de Chine, all colors, gQ q
Silks for Shirt Waist Suits 2.S new styles Just received In the boucle and Sfi q
natty effects, worth up to $1.00. for .
2.500 yards fine black taffeta from Flemish Mills, fult 27 In. wide, (wear guaranteed),
woven in selvedge, actually worth $1.23, 75C
on sale for ""."1" i
We are afrents for the black Toshlko waterproof wash silk and the 88 In. black
Shal Kal Pongee silks.
Wool Dress Goods-Be Sure and Attend Our Famous Sale
FROM IA. M. D NT1L 12 NOON.
We will sell 1,000 patterns of wool dress goods In lengths from 24 to I yarda. They
are remnants of our high-grade dress goods, worth from 7o to $3.00 par T!
voiles, mohairs, suitings eto. 25C
Only one pattern to a customer, at.
FROM 2 TO B P. M.
Wa sell strictly all wool Imported Challis, worth 75o and $1.00 par yard, 25C
IN THE BIG BASEMENT DEPARTMENTS
HallowVen Dates apaolaV-
II 1 T I
A Bad Uvir
Caaiea a sick body. Drake's Palmetto Wine
uiaurea a healthy, active Llrer. sued txnniartt
aod sound KUlueya. A boiUe free If yoa ea&
adtUca i lik fariuuia CvaqaJi. Chloaai
Deputy Btata Veterinarian!.
H. L. Rl!iACC!OTTI, D. Y. S.
Cffloe and Infirmary, Vth and Mason Bta.
OMAHA. N& Tetephooa (St.
TWENTIETH "CENTU RY FARM ER
Kaar the Uve Stack Mra.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Oava Daliavr m Vaav.
A LITTLE K0RE EXCITEMENT
is on in drug circles and we are right in
our element again; it's been rather dull
port lately thla fight of ours against thla
drug combination, but thre smuis to be
another little spark of life left In that
bunch of hot air.
For four (4) long months we have been
on the cut off list where we COULD NOT
buy a cent's worth of goods, (so the com
bination say), but we have more today
than any of them and could spare 'em a
it w reside.
Here are a few prices, good until farther
2Tkj Curters Little Liver Pills 7c
Stic O. nuine C'antorta 17o
$1 00 t'hrystal Tonic Mo
C0c Cutlcura Salve 33o
'Jjc Cutlcura Boap )tc
$1.00 IHimlerlne L3o
$1 00 Coke's Dandruff Cure 4Sic
i5u Gravel Tooth Powder Sc
Fkic La lllache Powder 23o
(i.iw Munyon s tw-j'aw .v
otv pizniil Face Powd-r 23c
i'a. kf-r's Tar Hoap 13c
$100 Hi unit s I)'sprpMa Tablets c
1-lb. Snssafras HMrk new clean 13c
$100 fihoop's Reatoratlve 75c
$1 () . H 8 63o
$1 7S H. S. 8. $1.03
11 ") wnt Uraln and Nerve Treatment 1S
EV- ni;ia Ruttir Tip rr-rlnge loo
fyr Tetlfiw's Kwansdown Powder .... flc
6.1.x- William's Pink J'llla 2c
One to a customer
Compare theae prices that's all.
K T. TATES. Itod.
16th and Chicago Bta., Omaha. 'Fhunea
T47 and 747 Mib and N Bta , B-.uth Omaha.
'Phone No. 1 6th Ave and Main bt..
Council B'.urTs 'Phone R33. All goods da-
Uvared ia aiuiar city abaulutciy is.
GROCERY DEPT. SPECIALS.
10H lbs pure oane granulated sugar GOc
7 bars beat laundry soap, special Uuo
5 lbs. good Japan Rice or Navy Beans. 17V:
Good Santos CotTee, per lb 13o
Choice Tea Sittings, ir lb 13
CRACKER DEPT. 8PBC1ALS.
Cero Kruto, package special 6o
Kancy crlap, spicy Uinger Snaps, lb....4c
3 packages Breakfast Rolled Oats loo
Slireddml Wheat Uiectllt, porknge Wo
DRIED FKUIT DEPT. HPEUIALU.
Large California Prunes, per lb
Fancy Colorado Peaches, per lb
California O rapes; per lb s pedal. bo
Virginia Blackberries, per lb
special . ., 7ftc
FRESH PBC1T DKPT. SITCCIATA
Fancy large, sweet Highland Oranges
specialper dos 12o
Fancy large. Juicy Highland Lemons,
-special per aot 12c
California White Clover Honey
special per rack 11c
Country Roll Butter, a good cooking
butter special per lb 13w
Choice Country Roll Butter, a good
table butter epeclal pur lb 16a
Fancy Elgin Creamery Butter special
per lb - )0
CROCK ERT DEPT. SPECIALS.
Regular $1.00 large Jardinieres
Fancy Venetian Olaes Vases special
Cup and Saucers s(eclul each 10
6-pt boiled earthern Cooking l'ots
HARDWARE DEPT. SPECIALS.
A good (rHsollne Stove epecltii $2.4$
Coiiiiectlcut food Chopper epeclat
No. 8 Copper Bottom Boiler spool nl 6W
Poultry Netting special per square
O. K. Rotary Washer $4.M
WHAT A SNAP!
It' took leas than four yearly prepaid subscriptions to win a trip to SL
Louis in tha first exposition "election." Thara are fifty more trips to be
voted for, and you might as wall be ona of the fifty, or see that one of your
friends is ona of the people who geta an Inexpenalva vacation.
TenMore Trips io Be Voted
For This Week.
The second "election" started on Friday, the Z.'.th. and ends next Thurs
day. March SL Look over tha following list of last week's winners and
the number of votea they secured. They were certainly easyi
John H. Dlaney. David City 4.R32
John Woodworth, Omaha........ J J
George Bex kua, Omaha
M. A. Martin. South Omaha 3 W
Miss Ruby Hplgol, Omaha fifi
Anna Carlson, Florence
. P.mma Hoskovec. Omaha 2.3-1
Mrs. E. Peterson, Omaha
W. 8 Robertson, Omaha i
Miss Ruth Cornett, Nebraska City I,.i3
Theaa ten and fifty more will take a trip to the World's Fair at
Louis any time they please during tha exposition. They will all go
Tills road direct to the exposition grounds, snd In addition to saving a
day for you either going or coming to be enjoytd at tha exposition instead
of starting from the station In St. Louis, It will save you time, because
It la the shortest road between Omaha and Bt, Louis.
Rules of the "Election"
The ten persons receiving tha 1 arc rat number of votea at the cloaa of
ch ' election" will be furnished, at The Bee s expenan, aa prises, each a
free trip from Omaha lu bu Louis and return, to be taaoa any time during
No restrictions are placed as to where the party Uvea as a candidate
for on of the exposition tripa
No votea wiil be counted for employes or agents of The Omaha Bee.
All votea must be madit on isoLpoi.s which will be publiahed ewch day la
Prepayment of subscriptions may be made either direct to Tha Bee
Publishing Company or to an authorised agnt of The Bee.
No votea aent in by aganta will ua counud unlees sent in In accordance
with Instructions given them.
The vote from day to day will be published n s.11 editions of Tha Baa.
The "elections" will cloaa each Thursday at 6 p. m.
Votea may be deposited at the buslnaaa cttlra of Tha Bee or aent by
mail No votes sent by mail will be oounted wlilch are not In the Omaha
poatofflce for delivery at 4.30 p. m. on the day of closing.
Address, "Exposition Department," Omaha Bee,
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