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TTIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, FEMJUARV. fi, IPO.
GtUKCt WEST WILL NOT RUN
Northwestern Ptwenget Agent Declines to
e Bboted Into ajoraHj Fight.
BROATCH COMBINE STILL QUITE BUSY
av-hrmejja Invade Camp nf Kaph
rpa.lna; r'arfton o Wark t p
a Wrntilinre nf Follow
lac la 1'rlmarlre.
Friends of Gfoigo V. Wrst. passenitsr
sirnt of-lho North weitprn, autlmrlie tht
rtatpnir-nt that tho Wim of tho grnlal Mr.
Went for th rrpublkan mayoralty nomination-
has -bruit punctured by orders of
that icntlMnan himself. The West boost
t lold rpt stress upon Broatch's prob
able withdrawal If West should come In.
When tha Are and police ?onimtssloncr
'tftnantty filed his name with the city clerk
tha hot air In this . talk was apparent.
Acoln romt of West's best friends advised
lilm. to stick to the railroad busluesa. In
which he has been very successful, rather
lhan troat his. fortunes to the uncertain
and sometimes abrupt Current of municipal
Mr. West fixed up a noncommittal smile
to do service In response to questions and
wore It all last week. From now on Ms.
relations with the political public will not
have to be so diplomatic
The Uroati'h combine still buoy flaur
InK out aslaje, and while the ensemble Is
pretty much In the atr. yet the general
plan has been outlined.,. It Is to take, for
the counc llnuinlc ticket, a helping from the
Kontanelle alate, from tha Hcnnlngs forces
and a few of the councllmen now In office.
Of the latter Huntington of the Ninth, Dy
ball of the Seventh and Eyans of the Sixth
are said to have been picked. Other selec
tions are In abeyance. For city attorney
Hn S. Baker seems to be the most likely
choice, and nothing; has been done yet
with regard to comptroller, city clerk and
W. T. Rdghill. who has filed as' candidate
for nomination fpritho city council from
tho Fifth ward on the republican ticket,
desires to have it known that he Is not
Policeman Kdghlll, who resides In another
ward. He la a Jeweler and the son of the
GREAT BARGAIN SALE
fs at J8c
Worth $2 and $2.50
Tbest petticoats were secured at a special purchase
from an overstocked eastern house we offer thm at
less than thwy can be bought at wholesale.
Respecters of clean personal records In
mid out of the Fontanelle club arc Indig
nant about the preferment of John N.
Westberg over Clement Chase for the en
dorsement ' for comptroller by the club
Muturduy night. . The Idea that a man of
Westberg's known habits should be chosen
c vcr Chase, who ranks high in Eplsrnpnl
church circles and whose personal char -r !
tjr has never been attacked, Is a matter j
of much . humiliation. . Candid membors of '
tho organization admit that Westberg will
be a heavy weight for tha Benson ticket
to drag around, but they count soma on
support from persons of his nationality
notwithstanding , the fact .1 Westberg has
lcn, utterly repudiated by the Swedish
The first .primary certincite to be tiled
with the city, clerk by a candidate who
desires to get . on anything 'but tho re
publican ticket waa deposited Monday
morning by Charles Bauer of 2811 Patrick
avenue. Sixth ward, who wishes the
socialist nomination for building Inspector.
He is the first of a probably complete
socialist municipal ticket. Other filings are
John X. Westberg for comptroller, Ralph
O. Vann Ness for councilman from the
Tenth ward; L. N. Gotidon for councilmun
from the Seventh ward; W, W, Bingham
for councilman from the. Second and
I,o u is Burmnlster for councilman from the
Third. . A noticeable point Is that Mr. Bing
ham filed his certificate Saturday or be
fore he was endorsed lor the place by the
i'ontunclle club. - ,
; A determined effort was made last week
lit democratic circles to secure the with
drawal of Ed P. Smith, and the substitution
of W. C -Dullard, long; a close friend of
the former. The talk was niado that Dahl
man's chances for either nomination or
election are worthless and that Smith can
not he elected because at his radical stand
on the Slocumb law enforcement. Smith
had stated that If any reputable candi
date could be found who'Would stand on
his platform, minus tha liquor question,
he would withdraw. Mr. Bullard was un
moved by many appeals made to him. Ha
declined to mix In. . It vul given out that
(nasmuch aa Smith had sculped out his
platform in a measure ha had set a pace
for the party which If dropped would
leave if open to alt sorts of charges cal
culated to put the nominee out of the ruu
ning. On the other hand, the Dahlman
vampalgn hart net received much mention.
It la said an opportunity for him to pull
out is to be offered before long In tha
shape of a visit from a "harmony" com
mittee', which -will point out the logic and
teauty of the move.
At the mectlnR of the-central body of the
lipial niahts ;rluh,.(,f, Douglas county held
st Its heflnuartnrain ihe Patterson block,
Hevenleenth and Kurmtiii streets, lust night
A. 1. Ilennlnc received the unanimous en
ilnrsenient of th.' Ii.xly for the nomination
for mayor and William Klbourn received a
like .vote for the nomination for city clerk,
rjvery member. of the general body was
present with ope exception. The endorse
ments were lven by a , rising vote. The
greatest , enthusiaxm prevailed, members
rising on chairs and waiving their hats
After the endorsements a committee of sev
enteen of the members waited on Mr. Hen
lilngs at his offlre In the cty hall to Inform
Mm of the action of the general body. The
purpose of tha call waa made known to Mr.
JIrnnliia by Chairman Lewi, to v hlrn he
responded In a feeling manner, thanking the
coiniiilttce for the action or the general
These petticoats are made of strong sateen and mer
cerized Italian cloth, extra deep, full
ruffles many trimmed with wide ac
cordeon pleat ruffle all cut full all
Bizes a big genuine bargain, at.
OMH WF.lTIIK.n KORFif T Tuesday Fate mm Warmer
i r 1:1 I 1 1 r 1 1
i I "
Ladies1 Warm Winter Cloaks
Long and short coats In heavy
materials good styles T Oft
Ladies' Walking Skirts
Made of heavy winter materials
worth ui to $6.00 1 Ci Q
YOUR. NEW SPRING SUIT MADE TO YOUR ORDER
Initial Showing and Advance' Seaaon Sale
New Model for Spring, '06, In Ladies' Tailored Suits
This display and sale continues all this week. It Is the first
correct expose of new spring styles that takes place in Omaha. Your
own ideas followed in the fashioning of these suits.
clearing away all Wool and Cotton Blankets
Entire stock, strictly all wool,
white California blankets that
sell everywhere for ""7.50
$10 and $12.50 pair J
will be closed out, pair. . .
Our entire stock 11-4 and 12-4
wool blankets that sold up to
$6.00 pair. In white, gray, scar
let and tan, will be
closed out, at, per
Regular $2.25 half wool
blankets, 10-4 and 11
4 sizes, will be sold
at, per pair
50 pair half wool white blankets.
full size and worth $3.00 a pair
will be closed out
White, gray and tan cotton
blankets, all large size, and
wortn $1.25 a pair
will go at,
All our regular 39c and 49c cot
ton Bed Blankets
will be closed out,
at, per pair
Jajrr la Bar We t'aae.
A jury was weured late Mnndav after
noon in Judg Sears' court In the fcii 000
tunmge suit brought against the city ' of
South finis ha by John Hurke, a laborer
Iturke wna at work nlllna an excavation
Twenty-se.ond and I. streets tinder the
llrechon af the Mn-et commissioner, when
It '1 alleged, he was thrown down a steep
pmbnnkmeiit hy a fractious team and badly
, cyT GLASS Krenier. ism and Dodga,
Tea-Year-OH Roy Seat Ua.
Judge Kennedy baa sentenced John Ola-k-in.
a youthful incorrigible, to the lndus
:rlal school at Kearney. John was before
:ne juvenile rotirt last October and at thut
tine was placed on parole. Since then, it
charged, he has violated the terms of hia
riease. 11 la 10 years old.
Avoid discomfort, danger and
unpleasant after taste by re
using all other, powders or
pastes, washes and soaps.
Your dentist VM advise you,
I mmmAf aaacal aaaa a battles, .
C'. Crc7C3l Tcclh Vevizr Co.
OFFICERS FAVOR WORKHOUSE
Folios Judge Crawford, Chief Donakue and
Captain Hostyn touimend Flan.
ESSENTIAL TO PR06RESS OF THE CITY
Ordlnaace Kaw Being; Prepared for
Casaell'i Submission to People
of Proposition to Voto
Bonds Tble Spring.
If the present agitation may be taken as
a criterion and the agitation Is well-do-flned
Omaha will have a workhouse within
the year. Police Judge Crawford, Chief of
Police Donahue and others are outspoken
In the matter, believing the need of a
workhouse in this city, as pointed out edi
torially by The Bee, Is a long-felt and
pressing one. It la more than probable the
matter will be put to the voters In the
form of a bond proposition at the spring
' "Tha fact that most cities of the size of
Omaha have penal institutions where va
grants sentenced from the police court are
given an object lesson in thut form of
physical exercise known as work makes It
Imperative, for self-preservation. If nothing
elsa, that this city take some prompt step
In that direction," said Chief Donahue.
"I have always favored a workhouse, as
I believe It Is one of the best means of
dealing with petit larceny thieve and va
grants, aa they shun a city w litre a work
house la mulntained with almost as much
fear as they would a pestliouHe where
smallpox patlouts are taken care nf. The
present winter up to this time bus been
one In which almost any able-bodied man
could get employment, und thero Is very
little exeuso for any man to be out of em
ployment. I am satisfied Unit if we bad a
workhouse In Omaha similar to tho ones In
Kansas City, Milwaukee or other cities it
would be a great defense against the class
of vagrants and petit larceny thieves we
have to contend with each year. I am un
able to say what the coat of building a
workhouse would be, but-that can caslly
be ascertained from cities where they have
Essential to Progress.
Police Judge Crawford,' who has been
giving the matter of work houaea per
sonal Investigation, said:
"Omaha will be Infested with vagrants,
tramps and petit thieves so long as wo are
without a work house. I'nder present con
ditions no adequate punishment ran be pro
vided this class of criminals. I believe a
work house ran be made ncir-supportlng.
but if not the deterrent effect upon of
fenders will be well worth tho money ex
pended. Kansas City, Minneapolis. Ht.
Paul, Penver, Milwaukee and other places
on a class with Omaha are adequately pro
vided to entertain the gentry of the class
under discussion, and Omaha must net In
line. It Is an essential atep In the city's
progress. The Bee'a editorial meets tho
question fairly. Now Is the time to act."
Captain of Police Mostyn. who has had
many years of personal experience with
that class which thinks society owes It a
living, believes the city should have a
work house, and that without further de
lay. He says every night during the win
ter In particular from 4 doxen to a score
of chronic vagrants call at the city Jh
for lodgings, while as many more are
picked up by the patrolmen and sent in.
"A term In the ouunty Jail does not af.
feet many of the vagrants." xu'd Captain
Mostyn, who has a record' of numerous In
stances occurring .during the last few
months of vagrants actually committing
soma crime which will Insure them at
IVaat thirty days In the county Jail, where
they are sure of a warm place, enough
to eut and idle contact with members of
their own class. "Many of those sentenced
by xhc police Judg confessed they wanted
to break Into Jail."
A draft of tho proposed bond proposi
tion will be Introduced In the council for
action at nex' week's meeting.
GOSS WILL MAKE N0CHANGE
New District Attorney Receives Com
mission nnd Iets Office1 Fores
Charles A. Ooss received his commission
as United States district attorney for the
district of Nebraska Monday morning and
was formally sworn In by Judge Munger.
District Attorney Coss at once entered
upon his duties.
"No Immediate change in the personnel
of the office force will be made," said Mr.
Gosh. "In fact, that matter lias not been
considered. Mr. Lane will have charge of
the prosecutions of the cases to come .up
before the federe.1 courts Tuesday, aa ha
has had the preparation of the cases under
his charge since their inception. I do not
know Just at this time what cases will
follow, but I understand there la a big
grist of work ahead, and until I hsve fa
miliarized myself with the work In hand
I am unable to say Just what cases will go
to trial at this term of the cnurta." ,
CREDITORS ASK BANKRUPTCY
Men Whom t'olerldae tit I sen (tores
Kile Petition In tbs Fed.
The creditors of Joe Wink el of Coleridge,
Ceilnr county, have filed a petition In the
United Htates district court at Omaha axk
Ing that bo be declared a bankrupt. Win
ket Is a merchant at Coleridge and It Is
claimed In the creditors' petition he already
has committed tho act of bankruptcy by
transferring certain of his property In that
town for the purpose of giving preference
to certain other creditors not named In
the " petition. The special creditor asking
for the petition In the Interest nf other
creditors is T. O- Northwall of Omaha, who
alleges Wlnkel Is indebted to him In the
sum tif over
Discharges In bankruptcy have been
granted hy Judge Munger lit the t'nlted
Htates district court to Charles B. Coon of
Omaha and J. V. Smith of Lincoln.
GREEN TRADINS STAMPS EVERY TIME
Two Important Things to Remember
THE TWO GREEN B00XS Tun Green Telephone
Book which givrts our 'phone a Douglas 137, and
the Green Trading Stamp Book which means so
much to thb frugal
Heart shaped panel
quick burning, cutest
signs, elegant va
riety of subjects,
Art Second Floor.
ware Sale in
A Special in Domestics
20 dozen 81x90 Bed Sheets, fine heavy qual
ity, deep hem, all ready for uue
THffC HRLIABLR ITOHB.
to $8.09 Val
Grand Embroidery Sale Continues
Thousands of yards of Embroideries and Tnertings, in
heavy cambrics, sheer Swiss and fine Nainsooks, all loom strips
-now on sale at JUST HALF PRICE.
5c Embroideries, 24c j iOc Embroideries, 5c ; i5cEmbroideries,7hc
Medium and narrow j Elegant edgings, bead- ! Klegant wide flouno
cambric and Swiss em- ' Ings and lnsertlngs, Ing and extra wide band
broideries and Insert- fully worth 10c to 12 He inserting, worth 16c to
Ings, worth Cc per yard. yard. I 20c yard.
Embroidered Dress Robes at Half
Entire sample line of White Embroidered Dress Robes from
Ad. Abrahams now on sale. Don't miss them.
$8 White Robes
$10 White Robes
1 1 2 White Robes
1B White Robes fj JQ
$18 White Robes
$20 White Robes
waist Pat- inn
terns for. . . . . 1U U
Special Sale of Gloves and Mittens
In order to quickly reduce our immense stock of Winter
Gloves and Mittens, we are making juices which are. bound to
effect a clearance in an extremely short space of time.
Men's Work Glove ami Mitten i l.iullrs' French Kid Ciloves Import
ers' samples and sample stork, lit
ray ,. ,'
H OMAHA JIEB.
Bennett's Big Grocery
SPECIAL COFFEE OFFER Tuesday Only.
Forty Green Trading Stamps with
lb. finest Java and Mocha Coffee. .
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with
lb. Golden Santos Coffee
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with
lb, pkg. Bennett's Capitol Coffee,.
Samples free. Bennett 's Big Grocery Section.
Porcelain Fillings $1 up
Gold Fiiilnrs. ...SI up
Silver Fillings. ..50c up
Crowns $2.50 up
Plates $2.00 up
jti.f. "WW WjSMfsaaaya.
15 Years Same Location
Bridge Work $2.60 up
Nerves removed with
Loose Teeth Made
Work ruamnteed Ml rears
D'-ubtless n"cds repairing.
No totter watch mnkers tban ours.
No more courteous treatment and promptness than
at. our store, i Tour-watch will le carefully handled.
When down town leave your watch with iis. IAKJK
KOR THB NAME.
S. W. LINDSAY, JEWELER.
1B1 DOUGLAS ST.
Heavy calf skin, flepre lined or un-.'
lined, worth up to 11.00; M r
Tuesday, pair T JC
Men's Work Gloves and Mittens
samples and- nils-matched pairs
buckskin, calfskin, horse hide, etc.
all fire and waterproof, worth tip
to 1.50 pair; while they
last Tuesday, pair."
nit the new shades and stitcplngs,
have one or two large pearl" clasps
and are worth up to CO
11.50 pair; Tuesday DJC
Ludlow' Saxony (Jloves and Mittens
Extra heavy quality, sold up . f 0
to GOc; in 2 lots, at 25r and. . 1.C
Special Bargains in Men's Underwear This Week. ,
Dry Goods Sale for Tuesday
54-Inch Sicilians, $1.00 qual
69c Fall Dress Goodw, to close,
15c Arnold's flue Flannelette,
loc Arnold's Flannelettes,
at 7?c and
12 ',4 c fine 40-tnch Long Cloth,
Blackstone and Hope Muslins, i 7n
regular price S4c, at U(jC
Renfrew Turkey Red Damask, fasetst
. colors, best made; at, Qf
Closing out Cotton Blankets, tfi
at, a pulr, mi, 75c. Oc and. aOC
High Grade Wash Goods now on
Last Bellflowei Apple Sale for this Season
We have left about 400 boxes of
fancy California Bellflowr Apples
and as long as they last we will
sell them, per box $1.25
Fancy, large, sweet Highland Navel
Oranges, for this sale, per doz. .15o
Two measures fresh , roasted Peanuts.
for this sale ftc
22 lbs. finest pure cane Granulated
SuKr for Sl.OO
Sewing Machines and Supplies
We have a full line of First-Class Sewing Machines, as well as parts and
attachments for all the popular machines made; all of best quality. Good '
Machines Rented at 75c per week. Repairing done In first-class shape and at j
very reasonable prices. Call us up when in need of anything in this line. I
P. E. FLODMAN & CO., 1514 Capito! Ave. I
Telephone 1074. j
TWELVE MILLIONS VVF5
We like best to call Scott's
Emulsion a food-medicine. It
is a term that aptly describes
the character ana action of
our Emulsion. More than a
medicine more than a food,
yet combining the vital prin
ciples of both. It is for this
reason that Scott's Emulsion
has a distinct and special
value in all wasting diseases.
There is nothing better to
remedy the troubles of im
perfect growth and delicate
health in children. The action
of Scott's Emulsion is just as
effective in treating weak
ness and wasting in adults.
SCOTT aUW.Nl, oa Pawl StiMt, Vn Yt
PACKAGES LAST YEAR; SOME
tP B ELL- SOULE COM PAN Y
FN 2-PIE IOc PACKAGES, j
LAND CASE TOUCHES BIG MEN
I. D, Hull, Chtrry County, Reputed A gen',
Richards and Coms'.ock Arrested.
SUBORNATION OF PERJURY THE CHARGE
M.n Owned .by. K. '. Harris aat
Madrbakera of Sooth Bend,
Indiana, la Imolvfd In
TrvlnR D. Hull of Mirage, Cherry county,
was arreslit ny ix-puly I nlled htalis
Marshal John Sides 8aturli, tHken be
fore 1'nlted Htalesv CoiiiiulHsliuier K. M.
Hlattery at I'liadron ami Ixmixl over to
the federal Kianil Jury In W.niat linmls on
ths chance of sulxirniilion of perjury in
securing fraudulent la nil Mings for I). XV
C. Huntington and Thomas M. Hunitiia
ton, I hi n lie in at tioiilon. Thomas M.
Huntington Is presid nl of the Mavorlc-U
Loan and Truoi company at (Jul don.
The charge against Hull also Implicates
him In securing; fraudulent filings for J. W.
OMrHmler and the MoiUsett brother at
Rushvllle. The arrest of Hull was brought
about through the Invest Iga I Ion of the se
cret service agents under charge of Chief
8eoret Bervlce Agent L. C Wlieclir of
It Is the presumption of the secret service
agents that Hull ojaTBted for Harthtt
of the San Francisco sugar king.
TRIAL OF WATER BOARD SUIT
Case Kiprrlrd to He Ret for HearlaC
by .Indite Carl and for
It Is expected Judge Carland of the fed
eral court will set t-ho suit of the Oniuha
Water company agulnst the city for sp
proximalely $l.V).iO water hydrant rent
bills for trial next wi-k. The amount In
volved covers all of l:K6 and the last half
of l!V4. It was not paid because the legis
lature authorised no provision for taxation
for the purpoHo. Judgment was not con
fessed because the Water bosrd decided
to resist recovery of the amounts.
betters received by City Attorney John
P. Preen und Carl Wright from Ap
praiser John W. Alvord. stute that the
appraisers will meet all this week In Cin
cinnati oti the local appraiseme.nt matter.
Mr. Breen'a letter closes with these signifi
cant words: "It Is ImiKissible to ssy Just
when iho work can be completed."
To Mr. Wright Mr. Alvord said the ap
praisers would probably come out to
Omaha for another session here about the
last of February.
DIAMONDS Kdholni, lbth and Harney.
The following marriage licenses have been
issued up to noon Monduy:
Kama and Residence.
Joseph E. Nordling. Swedeholm.
I.lu i l.'ldsttiiu ii llm.ihi.
Richards and W. U. I'omstock In securing ,,,.',,.
filings within the Spade ranch and for the I AnIlje Hospodka. Kouth Omaha!.
Hewitt Morey and Overton and the l , Joseph I'esek. noutli Omaha
Cross" and "C" Bar ranches, which are
owned or leased by ltlchards und Coin-
Other Owners of l.aad.
The "C" Cross r.incii U owned by K. C
Harris of Chadron nnd Karl Comatock of
Mals'llo Hoiicke, Neola, la 1
France Cerveny, Kouth Omaha
John T. Halllaey, Omaha
Ixiulsa A. i'axlon, Omaha
Claud A. Mantes, Omaha
Ijaura M. Jacobs, Omaha
Samuel V.. Aim. Valparaiso. Neb..
Lizzie Priest. Raymond. Neb.
Very Low Rates
To Denyer, Colorado Springa and Pueblo.
February 6 and 20. March 6 and 20, 1900.
To Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo and
Return. February 6 and 20, March 6 and
To Denver, Colorado SprlnaB. Pueblo and
Return, Tickets on Sale Every Day to Ma
1 Be Sure Your Ticket Reads Over This Line.
CITY TICKET OFFICE. 1824 FARNAM STREET.
A Skin of Peamy fa Joy Porevor:
T. Fella Gouraud'a Oriental
Cream or Mrcioal Beeutifler.
lo. Angeles, which Is with.., the Richards , TnnTAuTT:..?:?:.
and coniKioc enclosures. ii i mm, iu,,,,, wuiiams. Neola, la..
mored Btunenaaer uroa., wagon aim - in
makers of South Bend, Ind., are inter
ested In some of these ranches.
It has been ascertained through the se
cret service agents that D. W. C. Hunting
ton and Thomas W. Huntington are Inter
ested In the bank of Mullen, which cut an
Important figure In the recent trial of Rev.
Ueorge O. Ware, for conspiracy In procur
ing fraudulent land tilings in Hooker
county, of which charge Ware recently was
The total number of acre of public
lands alleged to ho under illegal fence, lu
rluding tne Richards and Conistock enclos
ures. Is SW.&Sl acres, lbs Overton and ,-C
Mar" ranches arT connected and all of
tha ranches are In the au.m general vicin
ity and all are looat,ed in Cherry and ad
J. W. Oatrander, for whom Hull la
charged wltb procuring tUlngs. la a nephew
Rrnorj Tib. Pimply I
''tut, Jli'il rmitumm,
Raul., ud bfcia D ,
ho every :cniiB
ob beauty, u4 Uo
& UiectloB. It
tUM ftlOOd UM Ui
of 7 year, an4
It to harm! cm
la prjpcrtf mftd.
pm. Dr. L.
Sa r aa a to ft
Itwljr of lb taut
ton I pllDtt
m Aa you laMile
VUl ua tUcn.
Hiavtraail'a froaM a tk 1jt barnful of all tha
am Drcpawiou.- t or aaia dt au dmjnata a raat
Oooda Deaara to tha Uaiiaa ftUua, Gaua a4 Karoaa,
iaiT.HOPUIS,rrg 17 Bf cat itm Slnttl-alir.
HANAN 8 WOMKN'P BI08T OHAPF.
KolBlK SOl.K KID BMCHKH
ANTI RICCL'UAK IACE V, 50 H1IOKS
CI T TO
If A VAN'S WOMEN'8 IMPORTRP
PATENT CV)1T DOl'BUE SOLE
i.0U 8HOra Cl'T TO
HASAN'S WOMEN'S Ot'N MKTA1.
CAI.K bl.lCHEUS 15.00 SllOEH
FRENCH CALK Rl.'TTON. NEW
PfiTAV TOE 1.AST, It.fKi SHOES.
ARMSTRONG'S W( M EN'S
GKNl'INB CORDOVAN VAMP-
CALK TOl' BLl'CHER B .00 SHOES
X PER CENT OFF ON ALL WARM
LINED ANU FELT SHOES.
mW I M Hill V TA H
en uitik i iu mm
PEPUTT STATE VETERLNaHIAN.
H. L RAMACCI0T11. D. V. S-
Office and Innrnuary, Vtn and Maaon 8u,
OMAHA. NEtt Teletibooe S3.
and the East via the "
over the only double track
railway between the Mis
souri River and Chicago.
This complete service
includes Pullman drawing
room and private compart
ment sleeping cars, parlor
cars, composite observa
tion cars with library and
free reclining chair cars,
standard day coaches and
dining cars (a la carte service.)
Ticket an4 'nil inlorniatloa ea tppU
cation to ticket oliu
H01 and M03 Famam 8L,
tapt Q CENTAL
I Ari ROOMS,
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