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TTTE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 190(1
THOMAS APPLIES FOR ORDER western investments good
J. E. BarklBshara FinAs East !-
Oirio Federation Attorney Asks License! of
Five Saloons Be Revoked,
MAURER AND SCHLITZ ARE INCLUDED
Jadaje Kmnnlr of lliatrlrt C'oort
JTlsea Hearing for Monday
Thomaa Denies Reports of t 0111
yreralae tillh l.lqaur Men.
The Clvlo Federation, throuRh Its attor
ney, Elmer E. Th'imas, has liltil a petition
In the district court ankiiiK Hint an oiuer
be issued requiring the r'ire and l'oiice
board Immediately to revoke the aaloun
license! held In the following names:
Ed Maurer, 1306 Farnani street.
William Uuthorn. Bclillts hotel bar.
Senilis Brewing cotnuany, wnuiesuie ufllce,
Ninth and Eleventh slieetH.
Mike lirunskl, 1214 bouth Thirteenth
Street, j .
Joe Wachtler, Sixteenth and Martha
Mr. Thomas waived the matter of cont In
preparing the transcript of the pleadings
and had them prepared, paid for ar.d filed
In the five cases. He has notified City At
torney Breen that he would call the case
up for a hearing before judge Kennedy
The federation suddenly changed Its tac
tics with reference to the attempts of, the
saloon man to break away from the Sunday
closing edict. When It was announced the
hearing In the mandamus case to compel
the Flro and Police board to supply tran
scripts of the pleadings and evidence In 170
cases wherein licenses had been protested
because of alleged violations of the Sioeumb
law In 1905, it was the intention to wait un
til the case went through the supremo court
before beginning Individual actions to se
cure the forfeiture of licenses. This policy
has been altered and It was decided to file
cases at once, without quibbling over the
payment of cost of transcripts, against the
saloons for which the federatum nau evi
dence of being open last Sunday.
Move for Qnleker Action.
"It Is a move to get quicker action," said
Attorney Thomas. "Wo mean business and
we will ask and demand the revocation of
the licenses of these five places at once.
The Maurer and Schlltz. hotel bars are In
connection with prominent cafes. .
The report was circulated Industriously
Saturday that representatives of the liquor
Interests had conferred with members of
the Civic Federation nnd secured an agree
ment that if 12,000 or more genuine resi
dent taxpayers of Omaha signed the peti
tions for open Sundays now posted on
many saloons and cigar stores, the federa
tion would drop Its crusade. This report
was emphatically denied by Mr. Thomas,
"Henry Keating of the Liquor Dealers'
association called to see me and endeavored
to persuade the federation to make such
an agreement. The federation absolutely
declined to make any such agreement and
will continue In that attitude. Regardless
Of who signs this petition, the federation
will continue to enforce the Sunday closing
law Just the same. If every preacher and
business man in town signed the petition
It would make no difference."
Judge Kennedy has issued ah order for a
hearing Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
ereaalaa- la Reaper! for West
ern Men and Money.
J. E. Rucktngham, assistant general pas
senger ngent of the Burlington, has re
turned from a two weeks' trip to New
York, Washington and other eastern points.
"What struck me more than any other one
thing In the east," said Mr. Buckingham,
"was the confidence which all easterners
express In the west. They are all beginning
to look upon It as the feeder of the nation
and all are beginning to realize that the
west, and especially land In the west, are
the safest places In the world for the In
vestment of money. Lands bring a good
and sure return, and In addition to that are
constantly rising In value.
"Two of the largest amusement Institu
tions In the world are the enterprises of
the two men who got their training In the
show business at the Trnnsmlsslsslppl ex
position, Thompson and Dundy. The Hip
podrome Is a wonder, represents an Invest
ment of I3.C0O.0OO and Is filled to Its capacity
twice dally,, In spite of the fact that the
price of admission has been raised. I ran
down to Luna Park nnd found the force of
men under Hugh Thomas, another Omaha
man, entirely remodeling that place for the
coming year. Dr. Lee, former surgeon of
the Burlington road, Is thriving In New
"Westerners pre bound . to thrive any
pince they go. Tcu l now Dick Little said:
'The only real suckers are right In New
York: not those rube-looklng fellows from
the west.' "
GCOD SALES WEST FARNAM
Boneher Days Lot nt Highest
Flgnre In Recent
J. J. Boucher has bought from Harriet Q.
Pritchett, through N. P. Dodge & Co., a
lot 97x132 feet on the north side of Farnam
street. Just east of Welch'a new bakery,
near Twenty-third street. The price paid
was $15,000 or $154. GO a foot. This Is the
highest figure which has been reached In
recent years on Farnam property between
Twentieth and Twenty-fourth streets. Any
time last summer the lot could have been
bought for 110.000. Eleven pieces of prop
erty on Farnam, between Eighteenth and
Twenty-fourth, ten of them on the north
side of the street, have chanced hands in
the last six months. It Is said that there
Is not now a single piece of property In
tho neighborhood which can be bought at
anything like the figures at which recent
sales have been made.
"It shows a steady building Up of West
Farnam," said N. P. Dodge. "Twelve
stores have been built west of Eighteenth
street In the last year and all of them
are occupied. There Is a lot of business
along tho street
The City Savings bank has sold to I E.
Peyton a 39-foof lot on the south side of
Farnam, near Twenty-second street. The
price is said to have been 14,879, or about
$123 a front foot.
BOARD REJECTS YATES' CLAIM
County Commissioners Turn Down Bill for
AUDITOR REPORTS MANY NOT FILLED
Ire Submits Resolution Fixing; Terms
of Auditor and County Agent at
Year and la Promptly
METHODIST HOSPITAL FUND
Over Twenty-One Thousand Dollars
Must Be Raised to Get
SURPRISE TO THE PASTOR
Subscriptions for the Methodist hospital
fund are coming In better as the time ap
proaches when the amount is supposed to
be raised. Friday afternoon and Saturday
morning were the best to date, and as the
subscriptions from the state begin to come
Fellman was . dia- In faster the managers of the bureau have
hopes the amount wll be raised in the
The county commissioners, by a unani
mous vole, rejected the cialm of E. T.
Yates, druggist, for prescriptions alleged
to have 'been filled under his contract with
the county. The claim was fur W46.25, and
it came before the board in a report from
tiie committee on charity. The committee
reported the county auditor has found that
a great many of the prescriptions covered
by the claim had never been tilled, and it
recommended the claim be rejected. The
report was signed by all three members Of
the committee, L're, Kennard und Trainor.
In voting to adopt the report Mr. Bi'unlng
said he did not think it right to reject the
whole claim, but he thought the committee
should have allowed enough ' to cover the
prescriptions which were actually filled.
This is the case In which charges of graft
were made, and it was alleged prescrip
tions were charged for twice. The uction
of the board will probably result in a
suit against the county for the amount
Mr. L're served notice that orders on the
county store In payment for work done in
cleaning the sidewalks around the court
house of snow would not be honored here
after. Last week, he said, $35 In orders
for this work hod been presented and hon
ored. One man got $-S, another $5 and
others $4 each. He said his committee
would refuse to pay for work that should
be paid for out of other funds. He also
thought it unwise for the county to pay
for work of this kind without action by
the board. Mr. Solomon of the committee
on court house and jail said he would in
vestigate and bring In a report at the next
(Ire la Turned Down.
The board rejected, by a vote of 2 to 3,
a resolution presented by Mr. Ure fixing
the terms of County Auditor Robert Smith
and County Agent J. H. Glassman at one
year. He defended the resolution on the
grounds it would leave these officers free
to act without fear of Incurring the dis
pleasure of the board. Many claims and
orders were presented to them, he said,
which ought not to be allowed, but as
these officers are now subject to the pleas
ure of the board, they did not feel like
refusing to do anything members of the
board might ask them to do. Mr. Solomon
was opposed to hiring county employes for
definite time, as it might be considered a
contract binding upon the county in case
the board Bhould want to dispense with
their services, and Bruning and Trainer
agreed with him. Ure and Kennard were
the only ones voting for the resolution.
The board received a written opinion from
the county attorney saying the contract
with the Standard Bridge company for the
repair of the bridge at Elk City is valid
and enforceable and the contractor is liable
for any damage that may be Incurred to
The board adjourned, to. meet again
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock.
Members of the Grace Baptist Church
Felicitate Rer, B. P.
FIT! ! ' Fellman.
Just as Rev. B. F.
missing his choir Friday night from a re
hearsal of the Easter cantata, "Gallia." I specified time.
the members of Grace Baptist church filled The total reported to noon Friday was
the auditorium of the church and. after $S,OB6.75, and the total reported to noon Sat-
belng called to order by Mr. H. D.
Rhoades, who acted as master of cere
monies, proceeded with an evening's fes
tivity In honor of their pastor's seven
years of service among them. As a token
urday was $13,227.75, showing $5,131 raised
Btnce noon. The amount to be raised is
Tills Is an average of $2,000 per day since
this committee undertook the work of rals-
of their appreciation Mr. Rhoades pre- ing $35,0W. and is up to the most sanguine
ented Mr. Fellman with a beautiful Mor- expectations of tho committee. Tho amount
ris chair In behalf of the congregation, retiorted today includes a subscription of
The pastor was completely taken by sur- $1,000 from the Omaha National bank, $500
prise. DUt managed to express his ap- from J. A. Monroe of the Union Pacific, arid
preclatlon in response. The choir were also $200 from Mrs. Byron Reed. The Mer
callsd forward and presented with a beau- chants' National bank has sent in Its bud-
wrul souvenir of the evening for fnlthful scrlptlon of $250.
services, aaung oacK ror an almost equal
period. The following program was then
Recitation Miss Ruth Cowdery.
Vocal Solo "Swallows." (Frederick H
Cowen), Miss Edith Steffe.
fiano solo "Napollta ne," (Sydney
win riuiruuv ItlluaueS.
March Tannhouser, Miss Joy Keck.
Select Reading Miss Jennie Cofer.
Mediation "The Census Taker," Mrs. o
I'lam Solo Meditation," (Morrison),
nine Ul ; c vuwtirr.
Piano Solo "Helen Schottische," (He
a w. bui Aiinpui rsuuarn.
Sales Reported by HaxtlnKs & llryilen.
Lot on Vinton street, between Thlrty-fir3t
and Thirty-second, to Tom Maslouka.
.louse and lot in the Hansoum park uia-
trlct, on Thirty-first streat, between Pop
pleton avenue and Woolworth, to Josephine
Lot on Wirt street, between Fourteenth
avenue and Sherman avenue, to tleorge E.
fooror, on which new lieuse will be built
in the spring.
In tho church
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS MEET
Members Will Gather to Participate
la Class Initiation of Omaha
JoTecKlTsrrha' ' M'8" "ret 8. Co.v.n. for an investment.
l.ot in Hastings & Heyden s second addi
tion, the northwest corner of Twenty-fifth
and Fort, to, Joseph J. Nevotti.
The nor, th west corner of Twenty-seventh
and Jackson street, to Mrs. Pauline Dd-
Laney, for an investment.
Lot on pinney street, just east of Sher
man avenue, to Mary E. Ktetle, on which
a new house will be built.
Lot On Nineteenth street boulevard ho.
Knights of Columbus from nearby cities I tween Clark and Ch arles. to Lizzie Shaw.
auiu iuwiib win oe guests or umaha council to be improved.
Bunaay. ine occasion la the Initiation of Lot on Burdette street, between Portv
a class of sixty candidates for knighthood, f eighth and Fiftieth, to William Moyer, to
iuumc. win uu piace tn the be Improved,
w,..i o.umuus nau, toward Creigh- House and lot, 1G2J Corby street. 10
. w bouwi juuieenin street, Phoebe B. Cassel, for a home,
........ w ...C...UOH, au win conclude Lot In Orammercv Dark, on Burdette. b.
tween Forty-eighth and Fiftieth, to H. N.
House and lot, 1044 South Twenty-fifth
with a banquet at the Millard hotel In the
The knights and candidates will assemble
2 "tlt0" a"d Mttrch 10 -treet. to John Szabbo. ,7r an indent
w. m m uitoi. wnere solemn
high mass will be celebrated at 10:30. Fol
lowing the mass a lunch will be served at
the Millard. Initiation ceremonies will bo
gin at 1 p. m. The banquet Is scheduled at
1:90 p. m.
Initiations In Omaha council occur about
nee a year and Invariably attract a large
attendance of out-of-town knights. Council
Bluffs. will attend in a body and there will
be delegations from Lincoln, Columbu
O'Neill, Sioux City and Missouri Valley
The degree team, in charge of E J. Stack-
house of Davenport, la., 1b composed of
Lot in Dundee, on Underwood avenue, be
tween rorty-elghtn and Forty-ninth, to
Two lots in Hastings & Heyden's addi
tion, at the northwest corner of Twenty-
fifth avenue and Camden avenue, to D.
Lot on Twenty-fourth street. In Hastings
& Heyden's second addition. Just north of
Fort, to J. J. Hens.
House and lot, 2421 Manderson street, to
E. A. Nordstrom, for a home.
Lot on Nineteenth street boulevard, be-
east masters of the work. Stat r,.. tween Clark and Charles, to J. Leary.
T. J. Mahoney. District Deputy C. J. Smyth 1x11 f 81,erman avenue, between Binney
and J. A. C Kennedy will conduct the ex- u iu oira. u. o. ciroa, to be
Lot on Sherman avenue, between Binney
A Fashion Ensemble. and Wirt street, to Mrs. Ed. Marnell. to be
Among the looked-for events the coming improved
spring season there Is none that is likely
to prove more Interesting to the fashion . The latest Light.
lovers than the opening of the millinery The Pltner Light was called to our at-
epartment of Thompson. Belden A Co. (j- I tentlon yesterday through the distribution
Monday. The occasion ho been liberally of a circular by the alert manager of the
advertised, and the smart aet will be there Regent Ehoe Company, at 2u6 South Fif-
In throngs, since the validity of author!! a- tit-nth street, inviting the public to In
live styles Is vouched for by the memb-rs speet their store, now lighted with this
of the firm. Miss Fenner, in charge of famous system.
this department, months ago spent much Investigation showed a fine store, well
time in Paris in the Interest of the firm, stocked and brilliantly lighted, and from
and purchased the leading Paris models In the report given us by Mr Haaker, thi
artistlo millinery. You should not miss the I problem of a well-lighted store at minimum
llsplay. It will prove an educational and I cost Is solved by the Pltner Light.
I ne company naa efiauiunea a perma
nent Nebraska agency in this city, with
headquarters at the Millard hotel.
pleasing event. Monday is the day.
Members are hereby requested to atteni
funeral service of our deceased brother,
Jena P. Jensen, at lodge No. 19 today at
I p. m., at 2234 Cuming street. Remains will
be shipped to Elba, Neb., tomorrow (or
burial. N. IL Jorgansea, Secretary.
Men's, boys', children's clothing, hats
ladies suits, skirts, millinery, etc.. cash ot
i rem t. rvopie s store. ittn sun Farnam.
Frank E. Colby, optician, is now with the
Columbian Optical Co., 2U Bo. 14th street.
SUIT AGAINST ALLEGED TRUST
Action Brought to Recover br War
wick Saunders from Other
Ready , Print Firms.
William L. Witmer has brought suit 'in
the United States circuit court for $300,000
damages against the Western Newspaper
union, the Chicago Newspaper union, the
American Press association, the A. N. Kel
logg Newspaper company, the Mutual Ad
vertising agency, the Sioux City Printing
company, E. A. Hoover, alias A. E. Hutch
Ings and Dr. W. E. Miner.
The petition alleges that In 1S99 Warwick
Saunders nnd others formed a corporation
under the laws of the state of Nebraska
known as .the Country Publishers company,
and that in December, 1800. the plaintiff
bought one-half of the oapital stock of
the corporation, which was created for the
purpose of making and selling ready
prints. Tho petition goes on further to
state that prior to 1899 the defendants
entered Into an unlawful combination in
restraint of trade and commerce among
the several states of the union, which com
bination was commonly Known as the
'ready print trust," whose purpose was to
prevent any person or association from en
gaging in the ready print business and to
ruin and destroy the business in existence
of any person, Individual or corporation
not a member of the trust; to" censor and
control ' for large consideration in their
interests one of the great political parties
of the nation, "and all news which appeared
in the ready prints.'
It is further held that this proceeding
is in violation of the Sherman anti-trust
law, and the plalptiff has been damaged
in the sum of $100,000 thereby, and he
prays for a judgment against the defend
ants in .the sum of $300. P00.
An Identically similar suit - is brought
by Warwick Saunders against the same de-J
The Careless Ear.
Buvs his Coal wherever he sees a coal sign and "gets In a hole."
the wise man finds out where he can get the moat good, clean, dry,
reliable Coal for his money, and patronizes that dealer year In and
year out. This sam wise man now uses our
one of the purest and best furnace Coals on the market
and large heaters It gives perfect satisfaction.
WE DELIVER IT PROMPTLY FOR
$8.50 A TON
C. B. HAVENS & CO.
Phone 317 219 S. 16th St.
DR. BRADBURY. DENTIST Y" 5'm location
IS06 FAItlNAJW 'Pneos, Douglas 1756
Teeth Extracted .. 25c gmwimfkmiMtrf Bridge Work.. $2. 50 up
-Porcelain Fillings $1 up riSgKfeSS Nerves removed with.
Oold Fillings 91 up n-'fUy'' euipaio.
Silver FUUoga... 50c up (J mAeS. Loose Teeth riade
Crowns $2.50 up XH lYYlV Solid.
Plates $2.00 up I I Work guaranteed 10 yrs.
I Five Fast Trains:
KIA . I DAILY TO
9 " I
yon Snust. APPEAR prosperous.,
Good clothes and nifty-looking foot-
H wear are a paying Investment
We will dress your feet In good
Fhope for $3.50. We cun do a better
Job for $4.00 and for a five dollar
bill we give you a pair of the top
notchors of all swell shoes. Any
FRY SHOE CO.
H Tern an
16th and Douglas Sts.
IBSEEX3 'A'-WEfl I
LIBRARY BOARD INCREASES
Ttto Hundred and Ten Dollars Agsrc-
. ate Advance Given to
The increases In the pay of public li
brary employes aggregates at present only
$no. The advances are as follows:
Children's librarian from $000 annuallv to
Engineer, from $S40 annually to $870.
Two general attendants, each, from $tS0
annually to $640.
The maximum of the pay for general at
tendants was advanced from $ to $45 a
month. This may be reached after three
years' servlco and further promotion and
compensation is permitted In the appoint
ment of departmental heads. Another
change in the scale was in making the In
crease from $30 to $35 a month follow six
months' service, Instead of a year.
The scale is now as follows:
First six months $26
Second six months 30
Second year S5
Third year 40
A third general attendant will attain the
maximum in July and a fourth next Jan
uary. The Library board held its regular
monthly session Friday night, with all
members present except West and Ferine.
The board allowed Ulla to the amount of
$1,077. The meeting was a short one and
only these matters were considered.
TnEsa centf store!
All China (Not Chinamen)
ACIesn Sweep Sale all this week
FOR MONDAY O.ILY
$1 Decorated Cake Plates at 19c
Beautiful Sauce Dishes, hand
somely decorated, some worth
up to 60c each, on (E
Flow blue china Soup Plates,
deep flow blue color, gold
lined, only a few fu
A lot of Decorated Covered
Dishes and Tureens, $1.00 and
$1.50 values, all go at OCn
Colonial Cut Pattern Syrup
Jugs and Vinegar Cru- t(n
ets, 25c values, at svfv
Star Cut Hlown Glass. Sher
bets, Tumblers, Wines, etc.,
500 values 25C
Handsome Hand 'Fainted China
Salads. Cake Plates, Cups and
Saucers, etc., $2 and QQ-
Q ..I,,.. at V
Card of Thanks.
To our many friends who sympathised
with us In the long sickness and death
of our dearly beloved son, Elmer, we de
sire In this manner to express our heartfelt
JOHN NORDWALL, AND FAMILY.
Parents Deny All Knowledge.
The case of Mina Ryder, the 11-year-old
girl, who Is complainant tn a statutory
charge against Ed Deveries, alias Parker,
a brber at 241 North Twenty. fourth
street, was before the tuvenile court Sat
urday morning. Judge Sutton after hear
ing the story of the girl and her parents
committed her to the Juvenile detention
home. The girl's father la Jack Ryder,
a street laborer living at 2223 East Maple
street and according to the story he and
his wife told their daughter was employed
at Deveries" home as a domestic. They
denied all knowledge of the relations
alleged to exist between their daughter
Tarry In Oinana on Recre
Jacob Schlff and party arrived In Omaha
Saturday morning about 6:30 o'clock and
left an hour later on a special train for
Denver. Mr. Schlff was Joined In Omaha
by General Manager Mohler of the Union
PaclAc, who accompanied him to Denver.
Mr. Schlff makes a trip of this sort for re
creation and pleasure each year and usu
ally goes to Colorado. He traveled In a
private car of the Illinois Central railroad.
"Socialism against Capitalism", is the
topic for discussion at the meeting of the
Omaha Philosophical society on Sunday.
February 15. The society meets at S:J0
o'clock p. m. in Patterson block. Seven
teenth and Farnam streets. Admission free.
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 u
free reclining chair cars,
standard day coaches and
dining cars (a la carte ser
vice.) Tickets ans 'nil information on appll
cation la ticket udce
1401 and 1403 Farnam SL,
Newest Styles in Men's Clothes
Tho very best of good clothing
is always found here.
Our Hart, Schaffner
Hand tailored clothing includes all
the best features of the clothes
makers art. The fabrics are strict
ly all wool; the workmanship aa
good as the best; the fit perfect and
the styles possess an individuality
that is bound to please the most par
ticular dressers. They're the best
for you to buy. Let us show you.
UAIN COATS in C1C C1Q Oft
all tityles .pl3-plO-$U
CREAT SALE OF WINTER CLOTHING
$8.50 to $12.50 Men's Suits, good style,
$18 to $20 Hand Tailored Suits, round
cut sack or double breasted styles,
Men's Overcoats, long or medium length,
newest styles and materials, worth
uiig or medium length,
ind materials, worth
Men's Odd Pants in great assortment of
materials, colors und patterns, worth
up to $3.50, 1 95
Children's Knee Pnuts Suits Norfolk or
double breasted styles, IOC
worth $3.50. at l.JD
Boys' Odd Knee Pants Good vulues nt
fjOc and 65c, speelul, 2 9 4?
Gun Metal Calf
This is the leather that has been
so popular all this season for wo
men's shoes culf skin with a dull
finish Is called Gun Metal Calf an
Ideal street shoe made in button or
blucher new drop toe full exten
sion sole extreme or medium mili
"Folio the Fla."
lo Use For
In the beautiful Sunny South, and the rates
are less than half to many points. Sold first
and third Tuesdays of each month. Mardi
Gras rates Feb. 21 to 25 New Orleans,
Mobile, Pensacola, Ask Wabash ticket
office, 1601 Farnam street, for rates, descrip
tive pamphlets, Florida, Cuba cud Winter
Cruises to West Indies, or address,
HARRY E. MOORESO. A. P. D., OMAHA, NE.
to April 7, 1906, on way Colonist tickets will be
on sale from Omaha to Portland, SetUs T acorn
and many other points In the Northwest Via
Tickets good In Dally Tourist Cars.
BIIORT LINE. FAST TRAINS. NO DELAYS.
City Ticket Office, 1324 Fanuua St,
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam Street.
DIAMONDS Ed holm,
ISt it and Harney.
Manvum A Co.-
Hava Root print It.
Chaa. B. La moving W lata and Uard.
Formerly In charge of the office supply de
partment of the Mt-geath Stationery Co., is
now located In his m-w store, 31G 8. 13th
St., with a line of oftice and typewriter
supplies. Let your wants be known. Tele
DEPUTY STATE VETERINARIAN,
H. L RAMACCIOTTI, D. V.
Ofllo and Infirmary, &th and Uaaon Bis..
OMAHA. MSsk l'elepnone tk
OFFER THE FOLLOWING
VERY LOW RATES
TO CERTAIN POINTS IN THK
WEST AND SOUTHWEST
TUESDAYS. MARCH 6TH AND 20TH, 1S06
Special Homeseekers' Tickets it Less Tluo ONE FARE FOB THE ROUND TRIP
Pinal Limit t Tickets SI Days, With te-ever Prlvlleea
On the Same Dates SPECIAL ONE-WAY COLONIST TICKETS
WILL UK ON SALE TO CERTAIN POINTS IN TIIE
WEST AND SOUTHWEST
AT ALMOST II ALT THE REGULAR ONE-WAY RATE.
On Sale DAILY from February I5th to Airll T, Inclusive, SPECIAL
ONE WAY COLONISTS' TICKETS TO CALIFORNIA.
For Further Information, Maps, Folders, Etc., Address
T F. GODFREY, Paaaenger and Ticket Agent, Omaha, Neb.
TOM HUGHES. Traveling Passenger Agent, Omaha, Neb.
H. C. TOWNSEND, Gen. Pase. and Tkt. Agt., St. Ixmls Mo.
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