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TUE.OMAIIA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 100(1
PL AN FOR --BH AS "SPECIAL
2 , flebrateaai Will Be Banqueted ea Way to
y , ;;Met Tbir Chief.
FIRS1 TO Will HIM DOWN THE BAY
Trala at Meat Madera Eaalaaaeat
Will Raa Oni Croat We.t
era, Graaa Traak aad
A telegram received bf the Bryan homo
coming reception committee Thursday
morning, from Advance Agent Date
O'Brien In New York, bora the welcome
Intelligence1 that Mr. O'Brien had succeeded
ln chartering a yacht to go down the bay
"ain order that the Kebraakan may be Aral
' Th shaking the hatid t the dlatlngulsliod
traveler. ' ' '
The Nebraska train will be decorate!
with banners ' SO that n agriculturists
along the route will think ft a Chautauqua
special, and will be made ' up of seven
rare. Four or these are standard Full'
mane and one la a private compartment
car, to be--given' ever t6 - the ten mayor.
The other car are a dinar and a com
bination 'baggage and buffet. A unique
feature on the train will be a telephone
system connecting all tire cars and o
erated by a central exchange In the bag
gage rar. 'Two telephone Instruments
will be located In each car. The Great
Western ipaesenger department people de
clare this Is an Innovation to be operated
for. the first time.-
. At Chicago, delegations from the Iro
quois and, Jefferson clubs will meet the
train and .try to make the time pass rap.
Idly during the two hours Intervening be
fore leaving over the Orand Trunk. HP
turning, quite a number from Bryan's home
state will stop off at Chicago and attei.d
the banquet to be given by the Jefferson
club September 4, In honor of the man
who pointed, out to the Interparllmentary
Union in .London the marvelous tact het
"peace bath her victories as well as war."
Raata ( Trarel.
' The Bryan special-train will leave Union
station at 8:16 Friday . evening over the
Chlcaga Great Western for Chicago, From
there the train will run- over - the Grand
Trunk and Lehigh Valley roads to New
York. It will be a solid train and will
run through without change. There will
be a telephone, in each car and it will be
equipped with a, barber shop and all other
modern accessorlee. A delegation of Buf
falo (N. T.) democrats will meet the Ne
braska party . t Suspension Bridge and
accompany the train to Buffalo, where a
reception will be tendered the pilgrims. It
will be a daylight run from Buffalo to New
York City. There will be no banners on
the train except one. on the engine bearing
the Inscription, "Bryan' , Nebraska Home
Folks." : :
John A. Crelghton has been waited on by
several committees of democrats which
' have Importuned him to go to New York
with the' delegation from Nebraska to meet
Mr. Bryan. Mr. Crelghton had Intended to
go, but he feels' that he Is unable to with
stand the hot weather and travel com
bined and lias decided to stay at home.
SEVERE BLOW TO METROPOLIS
Defeat .. of Kdward Rosewater
. ' plore as Iajary to later
esta of Omaha.
. A ' prominent ' Omaha ' man. who In the
.- early i stages of . the senatorial campaign
; was an aspirant for United States senator,
but who ' subsequently withdrew, said
Thursday morning: r
h-.;i'XA-4ft JoX,,M.1.JtoawaU Is. to be
regretted by every sincere friend of Omaha.
, It means a lostf bf the senatorshlp for, ths
metropolis of the state tor four and pos
sibly ten years. Just at this time and for
the coming several years Nebraska needs
its very strongest and most Influential men
..la the senate,
"I. attribute Mr.' Rosewater's defeat to
' Tom Majors, who', biding his time, at last
found his opportunity and threw the
Nemaha county vpte to Brown.
"I am disponed to think, too, that with
Omaha being under a democratic adminis
tration as well a South Omaha, the proba
bility of returning a republican congress
man, front this district Is ln -peril. Should
a democrat be elected to congress from this
district the possibility of any federal favor
being granted Omaha Is very remote. I un
derstand there Is now a movement on , foot
to remove army headquarters from Omaha
to Des Moines and to enlarge Fort De
Moines Into a brigade post, which will In
TWO OPEN LETTERS
IMPORTANT TO MARRIED WOHDI
Mrs. Mary Dlmmlok of Washington ea'la
How LycUa E. plnkheta'e Vegetable
Compound Made Her Well.
- It 1a with great 'pleasure we publish
the following- .latter, aa they eon vino
Ingly prove the claim we have so many
times made In our columns that Mrs.
, - r I
Airs. Mary Dimmick )
XM.trVam nfT.vrin M aaa . la foil nnalW
Bed to give neipiui aaviaa vuaiua wwcaeaw
Bead Mr. Dimmick' letter.
Her first latter ,r
. , . , a . j . 1 . 1
I have been a sufferer for the past algtt
ears wnn a nwtw wm; iu w, isiuai-w
from calnful naod-tbe pains were exorDct-
ating, with lnflanmatkm and
I akwatlonof tka
female orgtn. The doctor says I must hava
an oDeratioa or I cannot live. 1 do not want
uu v a " - -
a .., - tlrtrt I MB tltftfriPl)
is , plu tu.ln ma." Mrs. Marr
w - r : j
inmnuck, WutUnftca, u. u.
Iler aeeond letter ;
" Ton will remember my eoodltioei wbea I
lass wroee nw, ana auu am -
'-- ,l..A L uil fnllnvad VOUP
advlos very carefully and am bow entirely
well As say case was as serious It aeeme a
miracle that I am cared. - I know that I ewe
. 1 m kaalfk ku, m Htm AA l.vdlSk H-
nnkaams Vegeeabl Compound and to your
advic. I eaa walk rnUss without aa ache or
a paia. aad I wish every sulTenng woenaa
'..LI 'A k,U LMm mnA mtlmm VM
caa do for tUu.'-Kr. hiary WmmloaSKth
Kasa vapmni otveesa, ei smngium, v. v.
ui. 14 was o Mm TMmmlek ta
write to Mrs. Plakham st Lyno. Maaa..
sad how Utile it oost her two-eeat
aiamp. Yet howvajaabie waatuerepiTi
Am UM.TMmm1kias- it saved her Ufa.
. Mrs. Pink ham has oa file thousand
of oat aveb letters se tbe above,
akfzar aUlnaT vwws Btaipiat aavioa
'rtfi1 ... vf'' k-"vw .
ell probability cause the abandonment of
Fort Crook and leav as only with Fort
Omaha. Congressman Hull of Iowa Is
strongly urging these measures, and being
he head of tbe committee on military af
fairs, a tireless worker and a man of on-
ueatloned Influence with the War depart
ment, h may be able to accomplish this.
The nomination of Mr.-Rosewater at Un
coil yesterday would have been a Mgnlfl
cant warning for. 'hands off of Omaha
REBUILDING WILL BE SLOW
af fallfarata Towaa. '
W. K. Brown, a business man of Santa
Rom, Cel., who has been traveling sic
weeks In aa effort to wipe out of his mind
the memory of the earthquake I a guest
at the Murray hotel. He has been to his
old home In Philadelphia, which he had
not visited for thirty-five years.. He I
making a leisurely trip back home again,
making his last stop in Omaha.
"Santa Rosa Is building up - again, he
said, "though I doubt If it wlU be rebuilt
on as gorgeous scale aa formerly, at
leart not for a few years. Tbe reason la
that most of the merchants lost all their
property In ths esrthqusk and fire and
haven't the money to replace their large
stores. Still they are getting along very
well In temporsry structures and some
permanent buildings have been put up.
Another thing that will . retard building
I the fact the city counoll hsa passed a
very rigid building ordinance and It will
cost considerable to conform to It.
8anta Rosa was struck the worst of
the small towns near- Ban Francisco and
the business part of the city waa practically
wiped out. While they are making good
progress In rebuilding It will be at least
two years before the city Is back to Its
former condition. The same Is true of
other small towns.- Many of the Insurance
companies have not settled and the people
haven't money enough to continue their
business on the old scale. -
'One peculiar feature of the situation now
Is that lnrge business firms are moving
from the main street of the town because
the landlords, who put up the first buildings
are charging enormous rentals. Some of
the large stores have moved from Fifth
to Fourth street, which may become the
main business street. -
"While considerable building Is going on
I would not advise workmen to go to
California. There are plenty of people
there who need the work. I believe there
will be terrible suffering among the people
of San Francisco this winter. In the
smaller towns like Santa Rosa, we can take
care of the needy, but In Ban Francisco
people are still living In tents and tem
porary shack, where they will certainly
suffer when cold weather comes.
Six weeks ago I got so disgusted at
seeing nothing but ruin I just dug out to
travel and forget It." - . .
Mr. Brown received Information from
home that there 'was a heavy earthquake
shock last week, but it did no damage.
DIAMONDS Franser. 16th ar.d Dodge at
ONE OF DAHLMAN'S CRONIES
Charles Maaa, al Chairpa Coatee e
gee Mayor and Talk of
Charles Mann of Chadron, a prospero'is
ranchman and farmer and for many year
a member of the State Board of Agricul
ture, called on Mayor Dahlmah Thursday.
Mr. Mann was a county commissioner
when the mayor was sheriff of Dawes
county,-, and though the former Is a re
publican, fce warmly endorses the a4nnnl-
tration of Dahlmaa as. 'Sheriff. - The two
were concerned In many matters of Dawes
county statecraft and economical measures
during the lean year.
Mr. Mann tells glowing accounts of ths
present material conditions In hi part
of the state. - " ' . -. :
If the rainfall of last 'year and this
year Is maintained the country arounl
Chadron will be turned over from a stock-
raising territory tq agriculture," says lis.
Some of out1 spring wheat will go from
twenty-five to thirty bushels to the acre
and every kind of crop la. the ground Is
In the best possible condition. - Prospetitv
generally haa hit us hard and we haven't
a kick coming on natural conditions. I
must say, too., that -our summer climate
beats yours, lacking the humidity I Ond
la the air down here," .
Osaaha Ioaa aad Jtallalna-'Aaaoolatina
New location, southeast corner Sixteenth
and Dodge streets..
Makes easy monthly payment loans on
real estate security,-
Money on hand no delay,' .
Saving account earn per cent dlvl
O. M. NATTINOER. O, W. LOOMIS.
Secretary. '. President.
- Batistas; Permits. -
The city haa Issued the following build-
nap Mrmlti- J V V ... , u (ua ,
dwelling at Seventeenth and Wirt; Fred
vnuruvLi vi.wv iimirv uwllll al r Orilola
and Boyd; A. U Patrick, ll.7uo frame dwell.
Ing at Forty-flrat and Dodge; W, T. Gra
ham. tl.000 frame dwelling at Twentv-thlid
and Laird; William F. Rice, H.OCw brlok
swelling at Twenty-seventh and Jackson;
Rogers Resl Estate company, tl. 400 atten
tions to brick building at Twelfth and
Dougiasj a. a. tseraneK, si,4w rraime aaeit
iDg at Sixteenth and Center (second).
WATCHB8 Frenser, lltli. ana Dodge.
Thome L. Sloan of Pender Is In the
city on his return from Lincoln.
Colonel F. M. Russell of Laclede. Wo., Is
me guest or nis son, j. is. Kusseii.
Assistant United States District Attorney
A. W. Lane has returned from Lincoln.
Mr. snd Mrs. T. J. O'Brien nave ntuitiml
from their visit to Raptd City and the
13 mack runs.
B. J. DeBelt, prominently connected with
the Rosebud Indian agency. Is a guest at
J. B. Oberfelder of Sidney, James H.
Cook of Agate, F. M. Penny of Wood
River and E. B. Penny of Fullerton are at
the Iler Grand.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed 8. Miller of Beatrix
at the Millard. Mr. Miller is the proprietor
of the Miller cereal mills at Beatrice.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Wurts of Denver, W. 8.
Todd and H. T. Williams of Uurwell and
O. 8. Chase of Sidney are at the Murray.
D. T. Martin of Columbus, F. A. Gapen
of Sidney, George Nell of Washington,
D. C.. snd Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Robinson
of Bpearflsh are at tbe Henshaw.
Ed' F. Davis has resigned his position
and will go to Los Angeles, where he will
Mia .aiM-ir m in i c-u estate DUsloess.
Judgs J. F. Boyd of Netlga. republican
congressional nominee from the Third dis
trict, wss in Omaha for a short wlills
Thursday morning, enroute homeward from
Linoolnu - -
ecietary Burgess of ths Board of Edu
cation and Mr.. Burgess loave Thursday
night for a few days' boat trip on the
atakee, plauiucg to return early
James Chapman of Bturgls, Mr. and Mrs
II. B. Chrysman of North Platte, p. B.
I peon of Sedgwick, Colo.; W. B. McQueen
of Hay Springs snd T. McPaereon of CliSD
pell are at the Merchants. -
James Williams. F. M. Casteel and F E.
Brooke f Denver. J. R, Whlimore of Bell,
vue. C. W. Moseley of Llaooln, R. Johnson
and George U Teylot of Arvada and C n
Roycs of Chlco. CaL, are at the Paxtoa
Newton Buckley, an tld Omaha High
school boy, Is In town for a few days' visit
with friends. Mr. Buckley is la ths engi
neering department of the Burlington and
at present is stationed at Sterling. Colo.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Woods of Te
Cumaeh, W. J. Blocker of Nebraska Cilv
John F. Piper of Lyons. J. c Martin nf
Central City. 8. Harris of FullertoiTand
i A U. PUr ot Wisivec era at the MUlaVd!
COMPETITION FOR ICE TRUST
Three Tornier Employee, Ltanoh Boiintia
Themself , Outtlnc thl I rice.
6ET GUARANTEE FOR STEADY SUPPLY
ell at Forty - Crate a He ad red,
Which They Clalsa la Aasple
ta ASerd Neat
While the members of the local ice truat
ars continuously raising the price of Ice
on the plea that they cannot afford to sell
It for lts than the extortionate figures
they are exacting, private Individuate have
embarked ln the business of selling les for
40 cents a hundred pounds and they de
clare that Is ample to give them a good
margin of profit, regardless of the fsct
that Ice barons are exacting from 76 cents
to tl a hundred.
One of these men Is Douglas Armour.
Until Thursday he wss a driver for the
Omaha Ice and Cold 8torage company.
He has two partners In his business ven
ture, but I not ready now to disclose
their names. They also have been drivers.
All of the men hv been employed by ice
companies for a long time.
'W hsve secured sn Ironclad guarantee
from a certain large concern whose name
w will disclose In a few days, to supply
us with all the Ice we need," asserted Mr.
Armour Tuesday morning. "We will sell
It for 40 cents a hundred and make money
and there la no doubt of our getting pa
tronage. We already hare that. We will
stay In the business throughout the sea
Wednesday Mr. Armour drove a Talbot
wagon Omaha Ice and Cold Storage com
panythrough the West Famam street dis
trict as usual. Thursday he drove his own
wagon through this same, district and right
behind his wagon traveled a man hired by
the trust to follow Mr. Armour and see
Just what his business amounted to. When
Mr. Armour was In the rear of a house
supplying his customer this spy was sitting
on the(front porch or on the curbstone,
waiting. Mr. Armour did not appear to be
distressed, however, as ' he claims to have
nothing to fear from his old employers, the
trust, having secured a guaranty before
starting up his wagons for all the toe he
A certain employe of the trust who Is
about to sever his connection with It haa
said that when he Is out he will supply
some Information which mtght be of benefit
to the couqty attorney should he desire to
renew his Investigation of the Ice trust.
two Hundred dollars found
Wallet and Maa Saapeeted af Taking
It Held at Judge Craw,
t ford'a lastaaoa.
John Jackson, colored, waa held to the
district court under a (500 bond by Police
Judge Crawford Thursday morning. Jack
son was charged with grand larceny on a
complaint filed by. D. C. McBrlde of Hot
Springs, Ark., who had 1200 extracted from
his roll while In the Continental Turkish
baths at Fifteenth and Douglas streets a
few hours after reaching Omaha. McBrlde
had $406 and handed It to Jackson, who was
in attendance when he entered tbe place to
take a bath. Jackson locked the money up
ln a drawer In a safe and tied the key on
McBrlde's wrist, but when the latter .had
his valuables returned by another colored
man $200 In $S0 bills was missing.
MoBrlde notified the police and Detectives
Patullo and Davis were sent to- the baths.
They found Jackson In s rear room and the
$300 on the floor-of the same -room .shortly
after the negro emerged fmmr1t. They took
both money and colored man to'" the police
station. ..... f
Jackson made ' a small defense, but said
it must have been another attendant or
someone else who peeled the banknotes off
the role. He said that complaints of the
loss of minor sums at the place had been
made, but that he knew nothing about the
looses. . ..
The close proximity of Jackson with the
spot where the money was found Induced
Judge Crawford to hold the prisoner.
DUSKY MAIDENS IN COURT
Tweaty Desnl-Moadalaes Healed I'p la
Effort ta Loeate Stolea
Frequent touches" In the black belt of
the burnt district caused the police drag
net td be thrown out Wedneaday night
with the result of filling the police court
Thursday morning with a full chorus of
twenty dusky maidens. The crime that
produced the raid concerned the myster
ious disappearance of $45 from some "lo
ltor's pocket. All the prisoners were hld
for few days for trial, in the effort to
give them a touch of the chastening lod
In hopes of making them good for a time,
that Is, so far as stealing 1 concerned.
A bunch of the same race, but of the
opposite sex, was also haled Into court
because most of them have been do'ig
much loafing recently. All were dis
missed with admonitions.
Class In china painting every Saturday
afternoon from 1 to I o'clock. Mr. A.
Neble, studio at Vbt Bouth Tenth street
Telephone Douglas tSU.
Bee Want Ada for Business Booster.
CADY MAY SAVE HIS ARM
Leather Maa Iajared la Flaalaa; Mill
Reported ta Bo Isa
Reports from Bt. Joseph's hospital tndl
cate the arm of H. F. Cady, which was in.
Jured In a planing mill accident the other
day, may be saved. At first It was thought
amputation would be necessary, so badly
was the member crushed, but now the doc
tor are hopeful of healing' without cutting
oft even parts of the hand.
Very Low nates Teesrtay..
Every Tuesday, balance of the year, the
Chicago Great Western railroad will etU
homeseekers' tickets to Minnesota, Nona
Dakota and Canadian northwest at about
halt rate; to other territory first and third
Tuesdays. Write W. II. Churchill, a. A.,
UU Farnam street. Bute nuinber la party
and when going.
Hew York Eiearataa.
August M and t the Lackawanna railroad,
cleanest in America, double track,' rock
baltast, locomotives burn only ' anthracite
coal, entire freedom from soft eosl dust,
smoke and cinder. For Information train
service on Road of Anthracite, ask any
ticket - agent or address C. P. Barrett.
Oeneral Western Passenger Agent. Lacks,
wanna railroad, 101 Adams St.. Chicago.
Beech Camp ffo. 11M. M. W. A.i Until
further advtaed, our regular meetings will
be held st Eagles' hall, 10 South Four,
taenia street, Friday evenings. . ..
W. M. THOMAS,' Consul. '
A set of four handsome Japanese
fans only M cent. Inquire or
write "The Northwestern Line"
' City office., ltoi-1401 Farnam 8U
Sterling f U ver J rauaar. tiia aad Dad,.
AS GOOD AS $0
IT LOOKS &
CROWE "CONFESSES" IN EAST
Famous Oatlaw Goes to Hew York,
Where He Breaks Into
Pat Crowe has transferred his dis
tinguished self from Omaha to New York,
but though far from the scenes of his
most famous exploits, he Is still able to
mantatn a conspicuous place under the
glowing limelight. He seems to have hit
upon the novel plan of producing made-to-order
confessions for a living. 'He
broke into the New York World of last
Sunday for two pages of confessions
Which bear his signature and half a dozen
pictures of himself in different attitudes.
He confides to the anxious public in
this narrative that he has reformed and
will live down the past. He says the
first and only maa to recognise him in !
Gotham was Bat Masterson, now United
States marshall there. He and Bat had
a social meeting and then Crowe went
to the police headquarters to assure the
police of his Intention to be good, where
upon he waa told he could sta.- ln town
as long as he stuck to this resolution.
Pat seems to have made a dashing suc
cess In securing the attention of the
effete east to make himself out the most
desperate, daring and courageous outlaw
who ever terrorized civilization.
Law Roaad Trip Rate via Chicago,
Milwaukee 'A St. Paal Ry.
On fare plus $2.00 for 15-day ticket, one
fare plus $4.00 for 80-day ticket, on sale
daily to many points In- Canada and west
ern New York, and on August 8th and 22d
and September tth and 19th to many New
Englsnd points. Tell us where you want
to go and we will give you the best rates
for your trip. Call at city ticket office,
U24 Farnam street, or write to
F. A. NASH.
General Western Agent, Omaha, Neb. .
trlklna Indian Nomenclature.
"Muskoka," "Clear Bky Land," "Mag
netewan," "Smooth Flowing Water,"
"Kawartha," Bright Wnter and Happy
Lands," "Temagaml," "Deep Watc," are
Indian words that fittingly describe some
of the most delightful spots for a summer's
outing on the American continent. All
reached by Orand Trunk' Hallway System.
Double track from Chjcato Montreal and
jsiagara rails.. o .-..-. ... ,
Descriptive literature.. time tables, etc.,
will be mailed free on application to Geo.
W. Vaux, A. G. P. A- T. A., 135 Adams Bt.,
812.50 to Bt. Paal and Minneapolis
From Omaha, via Chlcapro Great Western
Railway. Tickets on sale dally after May
11 to September 30 , Final rteurn limit.
October $1. Equally low rates to other
points In Minnesota, North Dakota, Wis
consin and lower Michigan. For further In
formation apply to H. H. Churchill, general
agent, 1SU Farnam street, Omaha.
Make a Saeeess af toir Talents.
The opportunity of your life is awaiting
you In ths new towns on the Chicago Great
Western railway. Openings In nearly al'
lines of business. Write today to B. B
Maglll, Mgr. Townalte Department. Omaha
for full Information and copy of "Town
MISSOURI PACIFIC RY.
FESTIVAL FOR LABOR UNIONS
Demonstrations of Week Pinned in Lien
of NtUl Day Celebration.
NATIONAL MEN TO BE THE ORATORS
Frleads aad Baeanlea at Organised
Labor oa the Program Belag
t'oaaldered by Lea acre
Owing to their inability .to secure suit
able grounds the labor organisations of
Omaha will not have the elaborate dem
onstrations they had planned for Labor
day, but will hold a labor festival at Krug
park September 10 to It. A program is
belna Dreoared which will include manv
local speakers and probably some of na- j
tional repute from outside the city. Among
those who have been Invited to deliver
addresses are William J. Bryan, Eugone
V. Debs, Samuel Goniners and Thomas W.
Lawson. A committee is considering the
advisability of Inviting C. W. Post and
D. M. Parry, leading anti-union men and
active members of the National Business
Men's association, to give the loc.il union
men an Idea of the standpoint of the anti.
A percentage of the gate receipts of the
park for the week and a portion of the
earnings of all the concessions In the park
are to be given to the treasury of Central
Labor union for addition to the building
fund, which Is said to amount at present
to about $1,600. The lease of tbe unions
on their present home at Fifteenth and
Dodge street will expire early in the
eprirg, and the unions will either look
about to lease other quarters or erect a
building for themselves. The latter course
undoubtedly will be adopted, provided there
Is a fund large enough by spring to build
a temple. If it Is not of sufficient size then
quarters will be rented and the fund will
be gradually' Increased, In the expectation
of building a year or two. later.
Bowel Complaint in Children.
When six months old the little daughter
of E. N. Dewey, a well known merchant of
Agnewvllle, Va., had an attack of cholera
Infantum. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy was given and ef
fected a complete cure. This remedy has
proven very successful In cases of bowel
complaint In children and when given ac
cording to the plain printed directions can
be relied upon with perfect confidence.
When reduced with water and sweetened
It is pleasant to take, which is of great
Importance when a medicine must be given
to young children.
Railway Notes aad Personals.
A. K. Kirk, traveling passenger Agent of
the Vnlon Pact lie from Sioux City, is ln
William Flannelly. traveling passenger
agent of the Southern railway, is in Omaha
from Kansas City,
E. A. Cheney, superintendent of tele
graphs of the Missouri Pacific from St.
Louis, Is in Omaha.
C. C. Merrill, traveling passenger agent
of the Michigan Central from Kansas City,
is here on business.
Jue Mtk. paseenger director at the Burl
ington station, has returned to Wfirk after
a ten days' vacation.
E. D. Rockwell, traveling passenger
agent of the Northern Pacific from Des
Moines, is an Omaha visitor.
Fred P. Rutherford, division passenger
agent of the Chicago, Rock Island Pa
cific, has gone to Chicago for several days.
E. A. Gould, general superintendent of
the Missouri Paolflc. and party were in
Omaha for a few hours Wednesday In
Superintendent Gould's private car. The
party was on ite return from an inspection
tour ot the Missouri Pacific system in the
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moderate. M. H. REASER, Ph. D., Praa't.
U College Ave- CHAMBEK8BURO. PA.
TOM HUGHES, T. P. A
D. C. TOWNSEND, General Passenger and TIeket Agent,
ST. LOUIS, MO,
We always tak the initiative in displaying the coming
styles in men '8 headwear. "Everything that's best
that's our motto. We have long been known as tyle set-'
ters in men's hats for Omaha. "Stetson's" new fall hats
will be on display here in a most endless variety. This
season we will offer for selection more "Stetson Hats"
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more different styles than was ever seen under one roof
in this city. "Stetson Hats" known for their dependability
are $3.50 in our hat department. The "Lawton," a new
hat this fall, in stiff and soft shapes made expressly for
us by the best known hat makers in this country. Sold by
us at a popular price $2.00. .
SCHOOL CAPS AND HATS -For
Bojs iol Girls, tow ready. Miki four selections early.
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V to puget Sound California Butte sookani
Coontri.Portlaod San Francisco Helena n . , t
from District Los Angeles, etc Salt Lake uumbl
Omah..... $25.00 $25.00 $23.00 . $22.50
Lincoln... $25.03 $25.00 $20.00 $22.50
Daily Through Tourist Sleepers to Log Angeles via Denver, with
daylight ride via the Rio Grande Route through Bcenlc Colorado
and Salt Lake City, thence the Salt Lake Route; Tuesdays and Satur
day personally conducted.
Dally Through Tourist Sleeping Car Service, to California via
Denver, thence the Rle Grande Route through Scenic Colorado and
Salt Lake City; Southern Pacific beyond Ogden. Thursdays and
Fridays personally conducted. ... " -
Two Dally Train to the Northwest From Omaha at 4:10 p. m.
.and at 11:10 p. m. Chair Cars, Dining Cars, Standard and Tourist
Sleepers via Billings, Montana, to Butte, Helena,. Spokane, Seattle,
Tacoma, Portland. ,
Folders and descriptive matter, rates, berths all Information of
REYMOLDS. City Passenger Agent, 1502 Farnam St., Omaha,
vesierii Military Academy
Upper Alton. Illinois
28th year. Ideal location near St. Lou it. Six modern building in beauti
ful park. Thret fire-proot barrack$. Large drill hall, with gymnasium
and bowling alleys. Strong faculty of 16. Army officer and military eauipment
furnihd by War Dept. 1 nition $4S0. Capacity 150. Waiting fiat fast year.
Immediate application advisable for boy of good character above 6th gradt.
COL A'. BERT M. JACKSON. A. M.. Saperlntendent ' .
Lindenwood College for Womea
Diamond Jubilee Colleae of tha West.
Mualc, Elocution. Art and Domestic Economy. Phvaical and stni..i. r.nn
I Accessibility to a great city, select patronage. Limited number of boarders. Evary
I room taken during last school year. Beautiful location. Eleetrto oars t boots.
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New Mexico, .
Republic of Mexico
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OCTOBER 2D AND 16TII.
NOVEMBER 6TII AND 20TII
& IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE
T. F. GODFREY. P. T. A.,
recent rating' of War Dept.
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