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TIIE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. AUOUST 25, 1906.
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I I,KT IIARTMAN FEAT II KB VOl It KFST.
Saturday Night Narks the Closing of Hartmans Sensational
It has been a week of fret excitement such bnvlng
nch enthusiastic buying. And now comes the end. There's
a great many small lots and odds and ends enough to last
nntil lata Saturday n1ght-and these go at prices such as you
never saw marked on goods of quality In all your life. The
prices hare been cut. re-cut and then cut some more. As the
Quantities grew smaller the prices were reduced and what's
left go at the lowest prices of the entire sale. Look th
goods over pick out what your fancy desires save a good
half and take your time in paying for your purchases.
Generous Credit as L'sual, With Trmi of Payment Made
to Halt You.
Exactly as shown,
nicely finished. In oak
or mahogany, fltted
with locks, Ur(
French bevel plats
mirror, carved f ramo,
Special Clearance Prices on Mattresses, Etc.
' " ' '' " - a
Best grade wool too Mattresses at
Cotton top Mattresses, heavy ticking..
Cotton top and bottom Mattresses
Wool combination Mattresses, only
Hfst grade fiber felt Mattresses
Wool pads in three parts, hinged, for
or aavenporis, at
Also all standard grades of elastic felt Mattresses, Including
the celebrated OSTERMOOR Mattresses, at reduced prices.
Oreat Dresser 075
Clearance at.. O
r affnifagJSiSSW'4 iT
. Book Cae
tV 1DMT IVILIll
All spring designs go at
big reductions In price.
This lot finished In rich
golden oak or mahogany,
French bvel mirror,
swelled front top drawers.
or i our i
10 P. M.
Exactly like cut; has four
large alse sections, top and
bottom, can' be had In oak,
golden or weathered finish;
1 special clearance price.
Made of solid oak, finely finished, ele
gant new design, exactly like cut; has
five heavy carved legs, with ornamental'
stretchers snd claw feet, extends out
to 6 feet; 8-foot slse 11.60 additional; spe
cial clearance of only 20 at this very low
Iron Bed f f!75
Exactly like cut, very maaslv'e and hand
some design, extra heavy poets and beau
tiful ornamental chills, all new desirable
colore: never sold before for less than $18;
special clearance oi s only.
All Goods Marked In
K3b Kjris.- s-m ,.f,v'J,,ak. wan
." m ; jwiLi it1'. row
These Chase Leather Couchea
Oolng During This Sale at
Bee Cut.. Beet guaranteed
leather and springs, full over
stuffed, solid oak frame, mas
sive arms and stde head rests,
diamond tufted back. The kind
you pay M0 for elsewhere; caa
be had In green, maroon or tan
This marveloun value will certainly attract hundreds of
buyers during the coming week. This couch is extra well
made, frame la of solid oak. Is handeomely carved and has
large claw feet. It Is most dependably upholstered In best
Chaae leather snd has several rows of deep diamond tufta.
RUGS AND CARPETS
Brussels Rugs, 8.8x10.6 feet....,
Brussels Ruga, 9x12 feet
Axmtnater Rugs, Dxl2 feet
Wliton Velvet Rugs, 9x12 feet..,
Reversible Art Rugs, 9x12 feet..,
Velvet Rugs, 2.3x4. feet
. .$30 60 S27.73
. .$ 8.75 $ 4.75
..$ 2.65 9 1.95
INSIDE OF EAGLE AFFAIR
Facta Not Heretofore Known Why 0m la
Failed to Ost OoftTentioa,
GATE CITY WAS ON THE ORIGINAL SLATE
tea's Fifty Tin aaad Dollars a ad
Virginia's Hlatorle Attraetloaa,
Ryar Saya, Cl Not
Us Overeome, N
Kxactly like cut
Made of solid oak, ex
tra strongly built; has
hand woven cane
seat and brace arms,
turned spindles and
heavy posts, regular
$1.26 value, special.
fa a Month.
$5 a Month
22 GREAT STORES THROUGHOUT THE U. S.
1414-1416-1418 DOUGLAS ST,
S 10 Cash,
f 8 a Month
ROCK ISLAND IS DESPERATE
Euoh li Assertion of MoVann on Bsad'i
' . Coins-Back, Taotics.
ANSWERS RECENT ARGUMENT OF COMPANY
ays Sltaatloa of Northwestera
Mllwaakea Is Not Parallel to
taat of Kebraelia
In ths adjustment by the Northwestorn
and Milwaukee of grain rates from South
Dakota to Onuilia, which It has been pr iu
tsed will ge Into effect shortly, the Ro-a
Island has found argument against the
present boycott by Omaha commercial In
terests. One of the Rock Island officials
has written a letter' to a heavy local
shipper, lu which he says the Nor;h
western and Milwaukee are doing for
Omaha precisely what the Rock IslanJ
did for Kansas City and that Chicago
and Minneapolis would be as much Justi
fied In boycotting those roads as Oma.ta
Is In boycotting ths Rock Island.
Secretary McVann of ths Omaha Or u
exchange, says of the letter and the
"One of the Jobbers has sent mo a let
tor from ths' Rock Island people, whlcb
ta a pretty clear Indication that thsy
have srrown desperate In their efforts lo
break the force to ths determined atti
tude Of our people on the subject of Jlhe
controversy with ' them.
"Mr. Gower, freight trafflo manager of
the Rock Island road, spent several days
In Omaha and went away satisfied thai
our people were an absoluts unit In Sup
port of the policy of the commercial ci
ganlsatlona. Mr. Biddle, vice president, in
charge of traffic of this great system of
railroads, not satisfied with the repo.-'.s
Of General Agent Utt and Trafflo Manager
Gower, came himself to Omaha and spent
several days among our people. (It is on
record that he called on many of the
grain shippers. " They would hardly ha.-e
relished the line of argument that he
put up to the jobbers). From all tLe
Information that comes to me, I am con
fident Mr. Biddle found exactly the same
conditions that were reported to him by
Mr, Utt-and Mr.' Gower, -Vis: That our
people are loyal to their commercial
bodies and are standing by them faith
fully In their efforts to knock out tills
outrageous equalisation plan.
No Parallel Whatever.
"For the Information of ' those of our
jobbers who have received the above men
tioned letter I want to -say there is no
mors parallel between the Nebraska-Memphis
rats situation and ths South Dakota
Omaha rate situation than between the
rate on live stock from Belle Fourche, S.
D., to South Omaha and the rate on live
stock from Nashville, Tenn., . to Chicago.
In the Nebraska-Memphis case there Is a
uivlslon of territory as between Omaha
and Kansas City based upon conditions
that have been fixed for years. There Is
a rate adjustment based upon a differential
that has been In effect since the organ-
lxatlon of the Omaha Grain exchange.
There la a question of a common market
for Nebraska grain to which Omaha and
Kansas City are strictly competitive gate
ways. "In the South Dakota case there Is no
common market Involved. There is no
question of division of territory Involved.
There Is no fixed differential Involved. The
railroads have always admitted without
argument that there never were any rates
between South Dakota and Omaha and
that Omaha was entitled to fair rates from
that territory. The only argument was as
to what constituted fair rates, and this has
been settled without controversy of any
"The commercial interests of Omaha way
well congratulate themselves upon the
spirit of loyalty and unity that has been
shown by all of the individual members
In this controversy. It has enabled us to
stand firmly for proper treatment in this
case and It has given notice to the world
that any railroad or other Interest that at
tacks Omaha Is attacking a community
that to a man will make common cauae
of any blow at any one of Its Interests."
"The other fellow's bslt was the most
enticing," said John 1. Ryder, speaking of
Omaha's effort to secure the next grand
aerie meeting of Eagles. "A e had every
thing framed np with the Inning ticket of
officers, beaded by Ed Krause of Wilming
ton, Del., and the printed slute bears ths
name of Omaha for the convention. This
arrargenint would have easily prevailed,
too, if the old way of voting hud been fol
lowed. But the convention adopted the
Australian ballot, and there were enough
of the delegates who wsnted to see Virginia
and the Jamestown exposition to defeat us.
"Boston's mayor has a contingent fund
of $50,000 to be used for the good of the
city. Mayor Fitzgerald contributed of this
fund for the Boston campaign. This, with
the natural advantages of the city, put
Boston second in ths voting, but - if We
could have had a second ballot ths Massa
chusetts men stood ready to favor Omaha,
and Spokane would have given us Its sixty
votes. As It wss, 1 believe ws got more
Massachusetts votes than Boston, because
of local disaffection in the Bay state.
Friends of candidates who had the highest
vote on the first ballot put through a mo
tion to declare them elected, and it pre
vailed In spite of Omaha's protest that It
required a majority vote to select the con
vention city. That motion ended our
Bxposltloa Maaagrere Coatrol.
"Norfolk's campaign was financed by the
Jamestown exposition management, which
Issued pamphlets snd. other advertising
matter in profusion. All the allurements
of a historical nsture, that Virginia pos
sesses In abundance, and all the projected
pleasures of ths exposition, were set forth
In language and Illustrations strongly
enough to make several hundred delegates
forget their pledges. Norfolk Is a minority
choice, however, and It was a common ex
pression that hundreds will not go to the
southern coast where thousands would
hava come to Omaha. If Norfolk were able
to get the crowd that Milwaukee had, for
Instance, it could not possibly house or
feed them, judging from the Information
ws could gain Tter on the grand offi
cers, whose duty It Is to arrange for the
convention, may find that It will not be
for the best Interests of Eagledom to hold
the contention In a ..hot climate, ss a tall
to ths exposition kite, snd with multitudes
of other visitors to crowd them out of the
conveniences and comforts the Eagles al
ways look for. In that event, Omaha may
stilt have a look In. However, we gained
a good deal of favorable advertising, st d
Omaha's effort was all made along credita
ble lines. There Is nothing to regret, ex
cept defeat. In our ambition to entertain
grand crowd of men and women from
all the. cities of . the land; and thst regret
Is shared In by thousands who wanted to
Omaha Makes Star nit.
"Our friends were disappointed because
ws had to pull our tally ho out of the pro
cession after It, had covered only about
half of the line -of. march. It was the
largest vehicle of. the kind in the city, and
we had It loaded with fifty women snd
girls, who sang continuously a catchy little
song composed by i Commissioner Guild of
ths Commercial club,. - They caught the
crowds everyahere and Mayor Becker and
hla party stood uptiTthelr automobile and
cheered the Omaha paety enthusiastically
Out deal was to have the tally ho from 12
to 2, and would have been all right if the
procession' had starred within an hour of
the time announced.- We could not secure
It longer, ss all the tally hos are owned
by one man and are'under contract to meet
the boats coming from' Chicago. Mr. Guild
paid $15 for the two. hours, and offered as
much more if the driver would go the route
but he replied that money was no object;
he simply could nor do It. vAn automobile
filled with Omaha agles snd bearing a
large banner finished the route with the
Omaha and Benson marching teams. And
I want to say that Benson bunch Is dis
tinctly all right. They marched and drilled.
In uniform and la Indian ' costume, and
were always In evidence for Omaha. They
won one first snd one second prize, and
richly deserved both," -
Bowel Complaint la Chlldrea.
When six months old the little daughter
of E. N. Dewey, a well known merchant of
Agnewville, 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-
Fhoe company, $2.M brick addition to store
building st 14ia Farnatn; J. Bimones. :.VuO
trains dwelling at Sixteenth and Emmet,
MILLARD IS STILL SILENT
Seaator Refoaes to Say Whether
Will Coatlaae to Bo a
Senator Millard steadfastly refuses to
commit himself, ss to the nomination by ths
state convention of Norrls Brown for sena
tor or his attitude ss to his own candidacy.
Before the stste convention you made
ths statement that you would he a candi
date for the senate. Irrespective of ths
action of the convention. Are you going
to adhere to this position or will you sub
mit to ths nomination msde by the con
This question wss put directly to Senator
Millard Friday morning, and he made this
"I sm not up to that Just yet, snd do
not care to say anything at this time."
On his return from Washington Senator
Millard announced thst hs would be a
candidate before the next session of the
legislature for re-election. Irrespective of
any endorsement which might be made by
the state convention In Lincoln. Ths sens-
tor's csrefully prepared Interview given
out at that time was ss follows:
If a delegation of Rosewster or Crounse
men is sent to Lincoln next month and
ths convention endorses one or ths other. It
will, no doubt, hsve considerable effect on
ths legislature. Whether they make an
endorsement or whether they do not, I
shall be a candidate."
TWO MEN FIGHT OVER BILL
ao Calls the Other a Liar, Whero
apoa Former Gets Crack
"He hit me awful hard. Judge. Ones In
the head and once in the stomach. I was
hurt so bad I had to have a doctor." So
spake Ben Wolfe, a fruit and vegetable
peddler, before the people's bar Friday
morning. Wolfe had C. H. Johnson, 1C7
8outh Seventeenth street, arrested, charged
with assault snd battery.
"Did you hit this man?" ssked the Judge
'He called me a liar and I pushed him
downstairs; never hit him," respond?1
Detectives Ferris 1 and Dunn, who has
looked Into ths esse, said they had done
so because they heard wild cries, snd
hastening to the scene found Wolfe sitting
st the foot of the steps, yelling with all
ths might of his lungs. They took him
and his wagon to the police station, where
Wolfe continued his expressions ot pain
and terror and acted like a man In a fit.
Police Surgeon Harris said there was noth
ing the matter with him except hysteria.
It developed the two men had a dispute
over sn account. In the absence of evi
dence thst Wolfe had been Injured phy
sically Johnson was discharged.
DIFFERENTIAL IS ADJUSTED
Mew Grain Rate . .Declared to the
Golf by the Mlsaoorl
Effective September 1, the Missouri Fa-
clfio will publish a rate on grain to West
Wego, Galveston and Texas City from
Omaha of 17 rents on wheat and 164
cents on coarse grslns and a rrte of 1 cent
less from Kansas City to those points.
This is a cut of 1 cent to maintain the
agreed differential between the Atlantic
and gulf rates, the Wabash having an
nounced a 1-cent reduction In ths rate to
the Atlantic seaboard. This rate will apply
as long as the Wabash rate is,. In effect
snd -after that the rate will be .18 cents
on wheat and 174 cents on coarse grslns.
The latter basis was lately announced by
the gulf roads and Is merely a lineup on
differentials, the figures being but a small
fraction of a cent higher than the previous
rates. These are net rates and do not In
clude fobbing charges at ports.
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IV ,,,,,.1,, .fsossso .,... a i. S
World's Largest Credit Clothiers
I'flin W ScU ClothIn& Hits, and Shoes for
Men, Women and Children on the easiest
I stores I i. .
1 j terms of credit at cash store prices.
NO KED TAf E HE
.508 Dodge St.
Saperb Service, Splendid Seenery.
enroute to Niagara Falls Muskoka, and
Kawartha Lakes, Georgian Bay and Te
magaml Region, St. Lawrence River and
Rapids, Thousand Islands, Algonquin Na
tional Park, White Mountains snd Atlantlo
Sea Coast resorts, via Grand Trunk Rail
way System. Double . track Chicago to
Montreal snd Niagara Falls, N. T.
For copies of tourist publications and de
scriptive pamphlets apply to Geo. W. Vaux,
A. G. P. A T. A., 136 Adams St., Chicago.
R KM ARK A BLR SILK PIRCHOIE.
J. I- Braadete tt Sons Bay SO.OOO
Yards of Silk at BOe oa the fl.OO.
Relling, David & Shoen, silk manufac
turers, 7- Greene street, New York, sold
to Brando! for a cash offer 30.000 yards
of plain and fancy high grade silks. They
have been on display in the show windows
and have attracted much attention on ac
count of the extraordinary low prices.
This will offer rare chance to lay aside a
supply of fashionable silks for the coming
season, being all new fresh goods.
Ths sale of these fine silks begins Mon
dsy, August 27. More particulars In Sun
day papers. J. L. BRANDEIS SONS.
Aaaoaaecmonts of the Theaters.
This morning the Woodward Stock com
pany reach Omaha, and this evening it
will formally open the Burwood season of
forty weeks, presenting "The Charity Ball."
The selection of the play is most opportune,
for It will afford a splendid chance for In
troducing to ths patrons of the theater
the new leading woman. Miss Lorna Elliott.
It Is expected that the reception this even
ing will partake of ths nature of sn
ovation, as ths friends of the members) of
the company are preparing to welcome them
back from their summer vacation. Every
thing at the theater Is In readiness for the
opening, and the sals of seats Indicates
that the house will be erowded. "Ths
Charity Eall" will bo the bill during ths
coming week, with matinees oa Sunday,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
DIAMONDS frener, iaLh and Dodge sta
MILKMAN RESISTS ORDER
Refases to Permit Officer to Inspect
His Wagon and Is Taken
R. Rasmussen, a milkman of Thirteenth
and Ohio streets, was arrested Thursday
afternoon by Inspector Wooldridge, charged
with resisting an officer and refusing to
permit the Inspection .of milk. The In
spector observed that Rasmussen was car
rying a number of bottles of ths product
in the sun snd that he had paper bags ot
garoage pnea in among tse milk cans.
Presumably he was taking the garbage
home to feed to his stock and poultry. He
refused to allow ths use of a thermometer
to determine tho temperature of the milk,
but 'the officer succeeded in ascertaining
thst one can registered 68 and snother 70
degrees. Ths inspector discolored the milk,
and Rasmussen, who had some of his prod
uct destroyed a -day or two ago because It
was too warm, got angry. He put up
something of a fight, but wss cowed snd
led to the .police station and locked up.
CAESAR'S RELATIVE ROBBED
Owner of Coney Island Cart Loses
His Vehicle and Its Savory '
Nick Lamats, who may have descended
In a direct line from Julius Caesar for all
anyone knows, was robbed Thursday night.
Nick pushes a Coney Island cart painted
red and was deprived of his business st one
fell swoop. He permitted the cart to stand
in the rear ot the Krug theater unattended
for a few minutes about 11 o'clock. When
he returned the cart and Its savory con
tents had disappeared. He notified the po
gtfl.fMi to New York City and Retara.
plus $?.0O. from Chicago, on August 28 snd
19, via ths Nickel Plats road, with return
limit of September 4, leaving New York
City. Three trslns dally, with modern
equipment. Individual club meals, ranging
In price from 85 cents to $1.00; also a la
carta and midday luncheon, 60 cents, served
In Nickel Plate dining cars. Call on or
address John Y. Calahan, general agent.
No. 107 Adams street, Chicago.
Go to New York oa iae Lehtaro.
Double track soenle highway. Connects
st Buffalo or Niagara Falls with all lines
from ths west."
Writs passenger department, Lehigh Val.
ley R. Hi South Clark St.. Chicago. IU.
Faas. . 1
A set of four handsome Japanese
fans only 10 cents. Inquire or
write "Ths Northwestern Line."
City offices. 1401-lfOJ Far nam 8t
Class In cnina painting every Saturday
afternoon from t to t o'clock. Mrs. A.
Neble, stsdlo at f7ft South Tenth street
Telephone Douglas 434.
Low Rate Bicnrsloa to New York City
On August 28 snd 28 ths Nickel Plate
road will sell tickets to New York City
and return, at rate of one fare plus $2.00,
from Chicago. Return limit, September 4,
leaving tlew York City. For detailed In
formation call on or address John Y. Cala
han. general agent. No. 107 Adams street,
Card of Thfc cVs.
We take this means of conveying to our
friends and neighbors our earnest spprecla
tlnn and abiding gratitude for their cease
less sympathy and comfort during our
recent bereavement, the months of Mr.
Coleman's Illness snd his death. The
numerous sets of kindness In alleviating
pain, csrlng for the sick, the tender fiords
of sympathy and the pretty floral tributes
from devoted hearts all spesk lovs and
friendship, which we shall not forget.
MRS. O. R. COLEMAN AND FAMILY.
FINAL SWEEPING REDUCTIONS
Men's Furnishing Goods Prices
Cut Far Below the Cost Line.
For Saturday we have made the final rut prices on Mea a Furnish-,
lugs. If there Is anything In this list that yon possibly can ttse, thla
year or next. It will mean a grat saving to you. ' These ar the re
maining odd lota from a very successful reason's business. The cost,
price haa been lost sight of In order to clear our trtook thoroughly.
Men s Plain and Fancy Colored Balbrlggan Underwear--2
6c and 36c values ........
Men's Elastic Seam Jean Drawen
Men's Fine Lisle Thread and Balbrlggan Underwear In
pink, blue, white, plain and ribbed, 75c and 60c values..
Men's flood Quality Seamless Cotton Hose Plain black,
tan and fancy colors 19c and 16c values
Men's Extra Fine Quality Silk Mercerised Hos) Beautl-
- ful new colors, also black 26c and S6c values.
Men's Fine Quality Hemstitched. Fancy Printed Handker
chiefs 19c and 1 6c values
Men's Good Quality Black and Brown Leather Belta
26c and 86c Values
Men's Fancy Colored Madras and Percale Shirts Medium
and light colors, separate cuffs 75o to $1.15 values. .
Men's Extra Fine Fancy Colored Shirts Best Imported mate- a aa
rials, custom made, with separate or attached cuffs l.ljU
$1.60 and $2.00 values
J"- Men's Fancy Colored Lisle Thread Suspenders
Ivv 25c values, r. i....
All Boys' and Children's Straw Hats and Sailors 0
Sold at 50c, 75c and $1.00
Boys' Fancy Cheviot, Madras and Percale Blouse Waists AQ A
.Attached or separate collars, sold all season at 76c and $1.. sUV
and Combination Suits Sold at 25c and' 35c for.
-Sold originally at 60a and,75e for...
Ladles' Fancy Colored and Plain Black Cotton and Lace
Lisle Thread Hos
Ladles' Fine Lisle-Finished Low-Neck 81eeveless Vests r M
New York Bacorston.
August n snd 29 the Lacks wanna railroad,
cleanest In America, dcuble track, rock
ballast, locomotives burn only anthracite
copl. entire freedom from soft coal dust,
smoks and cinders. For Information train
service on Road of Anthracite, ask sny
ticket sgent or address C. P. Barrett,
General Western Passenger Agent, Lacka
wanna railroad. 101 Adams St., Chicago.
DIAMANDS Edholm. 16th and Harney.
The following marriage licenses hsve
Name and Residence. Age.
Sam Krlaelman, Omaha 2i
Pauline Rerek. Omaha 20
Edward Sorewsky, Omaha 24
Mary Klaus, Omahs 3
Sterling Silver Frenser, 16th snd Dodge.
Meet W. . Ifryaa
In New York City upon his return from
Europe, snd take advantage of the low
rate excursion over the 'Nickel Piste rotd I
from Chicago. August 2S and a Tickets
good returning, leaving New York City
September 4. Chicago depot. La Salle Street
station. Information furnished upon sppt
eatloa to John Y. Calahan, general aaent.
No. 107 Adams street. Chicago.
4N OLU and WELL- CIMED REMEDY.
FOR OVES SIT TV TSARS
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ku wi um lor HiH-lt V1AK1 by MllXioAg
el MOTtikKi tot Ik.lr CHltXlRKh WHILE TKS1U.
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CHILD, bOVTENi ta OUMS, ALLAYS all fAlft
Ct'KKS WIND COLIC, ea If l hMt raaMdf let
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MItS. W1XSLOWS bOoTMJXQ SYRUP
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Far West s Northwest
COMMENCING AUGUST 27TH.
Vr-I nrw-r "TttW
' ' V to pUget Sound California Butte snokana
. . Couatrr.PortlanrJ San Francisco Helena DL.,C,
from District Los Angeles, etc Salt Lake - 1
Omaha.... $25.00 $25.00 $29.00 $22.50
Lincoln... $25.03 $25.00 $20.00 $22.50
Dally Through Tourist Sleepers to Los Angeles via Denver, with
daylight ride via the Rio Grande Route through Scenic Colorado
and Salt Lake City, thence the Salt Lake Route; Tuesdays and Satur
days personally conducted.
Daily Through Tourist Sleeping Car Service to California via
Denver, thence the Rio Grande Route through Scenic Colorado and
Salt Lake City; Southern Pacific beyond Ogden. Thursdays and
Fridays personally conducted.
Two Daily Trains 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,
Folders and descriptive matter, rates, berths all Information of
J. B. REYNOLDS, City Passenger Agent, 1502 Tarnam St., Omaha, Neb.
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If you are interested in secur
ing honest dealings and suc
cessful medical treatment, wo
advise you to
P1 a n the announc-
rZtZ&U ment of th
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
for men in net Sunday's Bee :
1308 Farnam St, Between 13th and 14th Sis., Omaha, Neb,
a in mi. a "aniaainfaaiaisaassanaasaafaaaanBaaafnfafanafBnfsnnanfWfMfBM I'M ' JJf "UTtfnT
The city has Issued the following build
tng permits: Mrs. ineue M. Bieiner, ij.iiuo
I . . iui I . . .
a at 143S Plnknev: Chrl1 " "nici mvvmr
ttauer, ,-omi Dries veneered dwelling at
Tweuty-nflb and . Ogden avenue; Drexel
ACADtM 1-An accredited High School.
Prepares fur tit 1 lev us or any other cul
Usu or university.
NORMAL SCHOOL Elementary and ad
vanced couiara. Certificates granted.
CONSLKV A TOKV Theory of intuit, pi
ano, voice, violin, elocution and art.
CONN r.t'Tl .a with Omaha; Uleotrte
line and Burlington Hallway.
Address President Wads worth. Bells aa,
By the Old Reliable Dr. Ee&ries & Searleg.
Established in Omaha for IS years Ths many thousands
of eases cured by us make us the most sxperlenced Bpeo.
lallsts in ths West, la all diseases and ailments of men,
Ws know Just what will curs you and ears quickly. -WG
CCRU VOU. THEN YOU PAY I'fc) OCR FEB.
Ws make no misleading or false statements, er offer you
sheas, worthies treatment. Oar reputation and name
am too favorably known, every oaas ws treat. wr repultv
tton Is at stake. Tour health, life and happlneas is too
serious a matter to place in tho hands of a "NAMES
LF.Hd DOCTOR. Honest doctors of ability use their
, OWN NAME IN THKIK RUtelNESS. Ws eta effect f
svrryono a life-long CURB for Weak, Nervous Mr.
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