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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 2, IDOfi.
nrtftht and early Monday morning and lasting throughout the
wrrk we are going t give to the clthwns of Omaha, the jrrrateat bar
gain erer gotten In their lifetime. Our buyer has Just returned from
the ut, hating pnrchafted many thousands of dollar worth of furni
ture sample and we will sell furniture all week for what other dealer
are paying for them wholesale. Although theao are sample plecea of
famltnre they embrace eyery piece of fnrnitnre used in the borne, and
are perfect In erery reapeet. To those who lack the cash we will give
very easy payments on their own term. Ikm't miss this great aale.
CASH OR CREDIT
YOUR OWN TERMS
Thin massive Iron Bed, beautiful
design In five different
colore all sizes
Cash or Easy Payments.
SIX-holc steel Range, duplex grate,
asbestos lined, full nick- or nr
eled (without reservoir) . .uOlO
Cash 'Or Easy Payment. ,
This Chase Leather .Couch,
tufled, oak frame, solid steel
construction, pretty design,
bJ finest bargain in 4 QO
Cash or Easy Payments
Three Piece Parlor Suite,
u. bolstered in . v e 1 o u r, .
mahogany finish, beauti
ful design, biggest bar-:
gain in Omaha, . .JJ (Jg
Cash or Easy Payments.
Oan. i".nl8h cane
eat Chair, big
Your Own Terms
This Great Sale
Be sure and visit
this department. Full
line for fall -on exhi-
64C bition. .
' ::. - ii - j sjYv yt$
Solid oak Sideboard,
level mirror, swell top
drawer, massive and
substantial. A great
bargain for f i) MO
the money. . . . laJalO
SCRIBES OUT FOR IRRIGATION
Washington Correspondents Fan Throneh
Omaha to Bolts Oitj Controls.
'DEPLORE IEATH OF EDWARD ROSEWATER
Msbcra ( tka l'arty Draw Ip Ri
latlons Setttaa Forth 'Their
Oriel Over ' Fa Ilea Vct-
craa la Profession.
En rout to tb National Irrigation con
rrea at Boise City a select party of -Washington
correspondents of some of the lead
ing papers of the country passed through
Omaha Saturday morning on the Los
Angeles LJmlted, which came In over the
, Northwestern and left on the Union ' Fa
olflo. The party was chaperoned as far as
Omaha by Advertising Manager Hall of the
Northwestern and. Alfred . Barlow aecom.
. anled it west over the Union Pacific. The
?arty has changed Somewhat since the first
list was given out and now consists of:
Ira B. Bennett. an Francisco Chronicle;
.. ; Harry J. lirown. Wheeling Register; James
lay, jr., Washington Times; it. B. Nesblt,
Pittsburg Frees; H. W. Pullman, Washing
ton Post; H. W. Bhuls, Little Kuck
Uaseltc; Charles 8. Smith. Associated
rlgation; Ii.- Qlhiun - 6ardner, Newspaper
Most of these scribes have a national
'reputation and are sent to report In full
the doings of the irrigation congress. Vice
President Fairbanks) is to speak at this
eongress aad In this connection an interest
ing story is told on Ira E. Bennett of the
Ban Francisco Chronicle. Fairbanks was
once to deliver the main addreas at some
Urge gathering In Ban Francisco. Falr
i j bank was missing aad. -a search revealed
that be was la bis room at the hotel look
ing high and low for his collar button,
which was missing. Bennett flew to the
rescue rather than keep the crowd walt-
Ing and taking th back button from his
' shirt, gave It to th vice president and
then had to report the meeting with a
handkerchief around his neck.
Bryan aad Oar Jlsn.
Mr. Bennett of the Chronicle asked as
to politics in this section, snd when told
tt was Quiet, replied:
"It is not quiet la Washington, for peo
ple are being stirred up over all this
tullabaloo on the return of Bryan. The
tpubllcana are beginning to take notice."
v' -Yes." chimed in Bhuls of th Bpokes
, -man Review of Spokane, "we noticed that
! Nebraska bunch took everything by storm
and simply ran things around old Gotham
for a few days."
"That mayor of yours seem to attract
as much attention as Bryan," added Mr.
- Hay of th Washington Times. "I think
that New York committee was afraid he
would do what he said about kidnaping
Bryan. We have heard of kidnaping be
fore in Nebraska.'
"Dahlman will make some of those New
Yorker think you have a regular frontier
city here," said Pullman of ths Washing
ton Post. "It doesn't look much like it
. to ni from what ' ran aee from here. But
then, what is the difference? I believe It
' was Richard Henry Little who- remarked
th suckers were all In New York and the
real wise ones la the west, and I. am be
ginning to believe It from what X have
. , C
I "ilow they ever get through those
high corn fields of Iowa to gather corn
asked H. B. Nesblt of th Pittsburg Press,
who had never been west before. "I saw
some corn that you could not gather with
FINISH FIGHT ON TRUSTS
GoTsrnmsnt Preparations' for ths Tall
Campaica Agaisat Combines.
ACTIVITY ALL ALONG THE LINE PLANNED
Crealarea of th Lair Mast Ofcey the
Law r Take th Cosieeee
Greatly Iaerea4 Dwty of th
The "trust busting" campaign of the fed.
eral government will be renewed with
Increased vigor within a few weeks. Sep
tember, which brings th federal court
Into regular session, will see renewed ac
tivity all along th lines Many of th
pending cases will come up for trial In
the fall; Indictments against alleged of
fenders will be sought In several Judicial
districts, and th government's' fore of
Investigators will continue to seek for In
formation on which to base prosecutions.
Attorney General Moody, after a long rest
up In New England, will soon be bsck at
his desk to stay and his coming will be
the signal for a forward movement. It is
assumed at the Department of Justice that
his recent visit to Oyster Bay had to do
with th detail of the anti-trust cam
paign. It Is now well understood that the
president Is determined that this tight
against the trusts shall be fought to a
finish; He Is not making war on cap
ital; he Is Insisting that the laws relating
to the business of ths great corporations
shall he obeyed. The anti-trust campaign
under way is by far the most pretentious
the government has ever entered upon.
Large responsibilities have been placed
on Attorney General Moody, who must
direct ths fight If he wins all along the
line he will go down In history as a great
attorney general; If ho shall fall his ad
ministration will be remembered only be
cause of the failure. It Is well under
stood that Mr. Moody would like to return
to private life and to the practice of his
profession In Boston, but he Is determined
to wind up this anti-trust program before
he quits the office.
Fiaht Atralast Standard Oil.
Ths fight against the Standard Oil com
pany is th most Important the govern
ment Is waging. It has not been allowed
to lag during the hot weather. ' During
the vacation season three federal grand
juries at Jamestown, N. Y., Cleveland
and Chicago have been sifting evidence
presented by the government's agents. It
Is an unusual thing for ths Department of
Justice to be compelling grand Juries to sit
during the months of July and August.
Ths department's explanation Is that It
did not want the evidence In hand to get
cold;" evidently It felt that it was a good
time to set the Juries to work while the
public mind was riveted on revelations of
ths Investigation conducted by the Bureau
of Corporations. The popular Impression
Is that the government will not find it
easy to cripple the oil trust. Unqustion
ably the Department of Justice realises
that It will meet with many obstacles.
But It proposes to make a heroic effort
to Inflict punishment. Later In th year
all the evidence collected by the bureau of
corporations on which the legal advisers
of th government believe indictments and
convictlsns can bo secured will be laid be
fore the grand Juries.. It Is ths private
opinion of attorneys connected with these
prosecutions' that - if th government can
not severely punish the' Standard Oil on
the evtdencei gathered . by Commissioner
Garfield it will not bs worth while ever
again to attempt' to - punish the corpora
tion. Th Department of Justice I fore
warned' that th1 trust proposes ' to ' fight
and fight hard against any punishment be
ing Inflicted. ' No one identified with the
present fight against the company expects
to witness definite results this fall. If
It Is a fight to the finish, as it surely will
be. It may take several years to determine
the final outcome.
While the Department of Justice is en'
deavoring to secure some copper ribbed in
dictments against the Standard Oil com
pany It will also be engaged In the trial of
numerous anti-trust cases that are already
middle district of Tennessee, on Informa
tion furnlnhed by the Department of Jus
tice, returned Indlptments lsjit May agamst
tn(rty-on corporations and twenty-five In
dividuals engaged lp the fertilising busi
ness In ths states of North Carolina, South
Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi. Ar
kansas and Tennessee, charging them with
conspiracy. It was slleged that ths trust
Used the price of fertilisers in th territory
mentioned, and that the vnrlous corpora
tions apportioned the trade among them
selves according to an sjrrefd percentage.
The case are pending. The issues are now
being made up and It la the expeclstlon
thst they will b disposed of this fall.
Many other smaller crust prosecutions
are under way. The bureau of corporations
Is constantly . on the hunt for evidence of
violations of th anti-trust laws, and ths
Interstate Commerce commission hss with
in the. last. six months gathered a great
deal of evidence which Is now being studied
by th Department of Justice with the view
of starting prosecutions. The Investigation
lsst spring of underbilllng at New York
and In other cities uncovered evidence on
which Indictments may be asked. It Is pos
sible, too, that prosecutions of several
railroads may be undertaken as a result of
the inquiry the Interstate Commerce com
mission conducted under the Gillespie reso
lution lsst spring. The testimony was re
ferred to Charles E. Hughes of New York,
special " attorney for ths government, and
whether there will be prosecutions will de
pend fm' his recommendation, which, It is
understood, has, not yet been made.
The Salt trust, the Elevator trust and
ths Paper trust havs thrown up their
hands. The-other trusts under stuck do
not seem disposed to surrender so esslly.
In addition to the cases mentioned, all or
which are under the Sherman anti-trust
sw. the Department of Justice has on
hand many cases brought under the El
klns anti-rebate act Most of these will
come 'to trial at ths fall term of ths fed
eral court In th various districts.
This "trust busting" campaign is making
an normou amount of work for the De
partment of Justice. Incidentally, It Is
bringing employment and fat fees to some
lawyers who are employed as special coun
sel. When President Roosevelt inaugu
rated his anti-trust campaign In 1903 eon
gress appropriated 1500,000 with which to
conduct the fight. About' half that sum
Is unexpended. The law firm of Judson ft
Harmon of Cincinnati received a fee of
$10,000 for the advice which- President Roose
velt and Attorney General Moody refused
to follow in dealing with Paul Morton and
the' Santa Fs rebate case. Boston Transcript.
The late senator William B. Bate, of
Tenessee, was a major general In the Con
federate army, and never quite reconciled
himself to the defeat of the south, al
though he was an able and fflcient sena
Soon after he came to the senate he for
mulated a. set of rules which he called
Rule for my Proper, Legislative Guid
ance." Whenever a proposition cams up
about which he was undecided, he would
take the printed slip containing these rules
from his pooket and study it carefully.
Bate," said a colleague one day, "what
Is that slip of paper to wrtilch you refer
That." replied Senator Bate, "Is a little
reminder of my beliefs, on constitutional
Where did you get tt? Think It out
"No, suh," replied Bate, with much dig
nity; "I found most of . those immortal
truths In the constitution of the Confed
erate States of America."
an ordinary atepladder."
Charles S. Smith, th Associated Press tn court. These trials will probably eon
representative. Is well known In Omaha, Bume much of the time of federal courts
ss he did his first work on The Bee, and
is remembered by many of the present
staff. He Is a nephew of Z, T. Llndsey'
of this city. Mr. Smith took a run onto the
viaduct to look over the Jobbing district
as his train waited to change engines snd
was greatly surprised at the vast number
of new buildings In sight.
All of the members of the party ex
pressed great sorrow at the death of Ed
ward Rosewater and had prepared resolu
tions, which were sent to Ths Bee, as
we!! as personal letters to members of th
family, who were known to most of them.
Father Toole Son's Whipping-.
"The boy had misbehaved, as he often
did, and his father called him to account.
.. .'.;. .. .l ,,. Individual defendants were concerned, and
you, but some one must geOa whipping , . ,. . .
far what you've done."
in some of the districts during the fall and
winter. The cases are pretty well scattered
over the country. The Wholesale Grocers'
association Is being prosecuted In the
southern district of Florida. The members
nf ths association have filed answers, and
the case hss been continued from time to
time. It will be heard at the next term of
the court. i
Combines aa th Carpet.
Possibly there will be some further steps
In what Is known as the Beef trust' csaes
at Chicago. As most persons will recall
the federal grand Jury at Chicago, after
an exhaustive investigation, returned Indict
ments against numerous individuals and
also against a large number of corporations;
The court sustained ths pleas so far as the
The- boy whimpered a little.
"Suppose." said ths father, "that 'I take
the whipping for you!"
The boy laughed at ths Idea, but the
father took down a dog whip, railed a
overruled them with respect to the cor
porations. In this condition ths eases rest.
The government was nonplussed over the
ruling of Judge Humphreys and has not
moved a wheel since. If It has a. pro
gram mapped out It is keeping It quiet.
The Terminal Railroad association at Bt
A V. n - i.l.UI.. t.n.. I
. . . " . " - Tjout Is on ths rack In the federal court
piainea me siiumiun m mm, ina men if.
auested the visitor to use the whip on
The father wore s long-tailored coat and
the visitor hit ths tails of that coat In
for the eastern district of Missouri. The
suit Is to enjoin the association, th bridge
companies and the railroad and ferries
crossing the river at St. Louis, from carry.
Ing out an alleged and unlawful combina
tion entered Into between them to operate
At the first crack of that whip ths boy the Ead, brl(1 .nd th, MerchMt.. brl1
was wild-eyed.- At the second he was
clawing, biting, and kicking ths man with
"Don't whip my papa! Don't whip
him!" he cried. "Whip me! Oh, - whip
That was a year ago. Since then that
as a common agency of interstate com.
merce, and to suppress competition. The
Issues in the esse are about made up and
it Is the expectation that it will be decided
some time next fall. Over In Hawaii the
government la pressing proceedings In
court to restrain the operation of an alleged
boy has never done anything seriously unlawful combination to control the trado
wrong. .New york Press. . ln lumber In that territory. In the Hawaii
court there la also Dendlna? a ease aaalaat
narnetar ana uiantowa KIOST. I the Beef trust.
Aiirea nm, in uraui rncan million- Th. denertment hones to brlna ths fiaht
ajre who died recently, was a bachelor of the Tobacco trust to a flnsl Issue
quin ana miring naiure ana wnen not .v... mnil, f.n r winter. These Tnhi..nn,
Good Indians Meet.
Congressman Llewellyn Powers. of Maine,
besides being a millionaire. Is a, man Of
striking appearance. .' Being tall, lean, with
high icne'ek 'bones and wearing his coarse.
black hair long, he bears some resemblance
to. th . aborigines of this continent. One
day, while traveling on a Maine railroad,
where "Indians and ministers" ride for
hslf fare, Mr. Powers met a member of
the Paisamaquoddy tribe In the smoking
car and started In to question ths copper
colored constituents as to his manner of
living and how he liked the tribal rela
tion in Maine. After some minutes ot
talk Mr. Powers ssked:
!By ths way, which of ths two tribes do
you belong to?"
'Mvsclf bin all Passamaquoddy," re
plied the Indian. "Wat tribe you bin?"
Before the Boston drummers who sat in
adjoining seats had finished laughing Mr.
Powers discovered that he had urgent busi
ness which called him to the Pullman.
Ready With the New Autumn Suits
and Frocks For Women.
The tide's of fall fashions are surging into this great
suit department daily. It is fascinating to watch t lie incom
ing of the beautiful styles that will predominate. . Novelties
whose potent charm and surpassing elegance lift them far
above anything you will see outside of. our department,
Exclusiveness and style are the true keynotes of our ensem
ble this season. Nowhere in the City of Omaha can you
find models possessing such distinct merit so early -'in the
season. We are now ready to demonstrate, our supremacy as
style leaders and value givers in women s ready-to-wear apparel.
occupied with his vast business enterprises
generally busied himself in Increasing the
valuable collection of art treasures In his
palatial residence in Park. Lane, London.
In connection with this Park Lane hous
an Interesting story Is told. Mr. Belt bs-
trust oases grew out of an Investigation by
the frderal grand Jury in th southern dis
trict of New York of the American To
bacco company and the McAndrews
Forbes company, believed to be violating
ths anti-trust laws. The officers of the
came a ground tenant of the late duke of companies refused to obey the subpoenas.
cstminBter, wno made many provisions
about the plana At last a polite letter
was sent to th millionaire couched some
what In th following' terms: "Ths duk
of Westminster wishes It to be understood
that ha expects Mr. Belt to spend the sum
of 10,000 ss a minimum upon ths house,"
In reply to which Mr. Belt begged leave
to Inform his -grape that hs Intended to
spend the sum mentioned on his stables.
. A-Jolly, Good. Fellow.
There Is no mors general favorite In the
House of Commons than T. P. O'Connor,
who. though sever in public speech. Is
essentially good-natured and friendly in
private life. "T. P." Is as familiar with
ths lory aristocrat as with ths representa
tive of labor. . He chats with Mr. Balfour
and he links arms with the prime minister.
In fact, he Is on terms of friendship aad
Intimacy with every fellow snember of the
hous except, one Joseph Chamberlain,
whom he once denounced as Judas for hav
ing, apparently at. least, betrsyed th Irish
members la couuectkiu with certain leg!- I trust. . are pending ln
or to answer questions put to them. The
circuit court found them guilty of con
tempt snd committed them until they
should produo their books and answer
questions. Th supreme court lsst spring
held that they must give the information
demanded. Two months ago a grand Jury
returned Indictments sgslnst ths McAn
drews si Forbes company, the J. 8. Young
company, a corporation of Maine, and
Karl Jururbluth and Howard B. Young,
their respective presidents, for Illegally
combining to regulats th sals of licorice
past used in the manufacture of plug and
smoking tobacoo, snuff and cigars. The
defendants pleaded not guilty, and there
the ease rests.
The fight against ths National Retail
Druggists association Is in th federal
court at Indtanapolla. Th defendants
have filed their answers and ths depart
ment assumes that ths esse will be dis
posed of st the next term of . court.
Proceedings against the Virginia-Caro
lina cnsmicai company, anegea to be a
several . southern
Hnssora of the Law.
One day as John W. Mugrldge, the law
yer, and Judge Mlnot were walking- along
the street ln Concord, New Hampshire,
together. Mr, Mugrldge, ln his sepulchral
voice said: "Judge, lets go Into partnersiup.
You furnish the capital and I'll furnish th
Ths Judgs quickly pulled a two-cent piece
from his pocket, and ; holding It In ths
palm of his hand.' said to Mugrldge: "Very
well: cover that. John! cover mat:"
. An old lawyer ln speaking recently about
General Ben Butler saldi
"Ben Butler was a terror and torment
to the Judges. On one occasion Judgs
Sanger,' having, been bullied and badgered
out of all patience, petulantly asxea
"What does the counsel suppose I am on
this .bsnrk iorV
"Scratching his head a minute, Butler
replied, 'Well, I confess your honor's got
me there.' " .
.While Hon. E. R. Flynn of Spring
field, Mass., wss on his wsy to ths supreme.
court one day h carried under his arm
several law books. . A friend reraaked to
him. pointing to the books, "Why,
thought you carried all that stuff in your
'1 do," quickly replied Flynn, with i
knowing wink, "these are for the Judges.
F. M. Beckford of Laconla. N. H., was
once arguing a cass in ths Belknap county
court, and he opened his argument as fol
"Your honor, and gentlemen of ths Jury
This case Is on peculiar In circumstances
as well as in fsct. It came to me as
legacy from my lats brother, Colonel T. J
X Whipple, who was engagaed ln Its prepa
ration at the time of hla death. Ths county
attorney who brought ths esse into court
has long since gone to his great reward.
Ths Justice who held the original hearing
his long Since passed away. Our Attorney
General Barnard, slnoe he became Inter
ested In the case, has been called to that
land where litigation is not known.- Ssv
era! of the leading witnesses, too, ars
"AH of which" said th court, "remind
us of the uncertainty of human Ufa Pro-
ceed, or none of us will be able to se ths
cass through." Harper's . Weekly.
I states, Tb federal grand Jury tog Ui
Hoaae-Comtnar o Wilton Jennings
Th Chicago Great Western railway will
run a special train to New York, leaving
Omaha :! p. m, Friday, August win
arriving at Chicago 10 a. m. Baturdsy
and at New York I p. m. Sunday. Only
tM.1t for the round trip from Omaha. Ask
H. H- Churchill, General Agent, lili Far-
nam St., Omaha. Neb., about It.
Hew York and Philadelphia
cannot bs more plaasantly or (Conveniently
reached than by the Orand Trunk-Lehlgb
Valley Double Track Rout via Niagara
Falls. Solid through trains, magnificent
Descrlptlv literature sent fre on appli
cation to Geo, W. Vaux, A. Q. P. T. A
Grand Trunk. Railway gystatn, isa Adams
BU Chlcsga. . j.
Convincing proof of the genuineness oi our cigar bargains.
We sell $600 less than factory invoice:
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'The above is the copy of a bill for $5,600 worth of cigars sold directly, by the factory in Bal
timore to a jobber in Minneapolis. : The Minneapolis jobber paid 5.8 cents for each cigar and
bought them at '.wholesale prices $5,600 worth at one time! We sell these same cigars for less
than factory's wholesale price. We sell them for 5 cents each. That's the way we are saving
money for the smokers in Omaha on all brands of cigars. '
Myers-Dillon Drug CaKstreet.
TREPOFF SAID TO BE 11 L
Eamor Attributes IUneis to Keoeat At
tempt to Poison Him.
ST0LYPIN SAID 10 HAVE CZAR'S FAVOR
Officials at Archangel Authorised to
Permit Political Prisoners to
Lear Rnssln tt Thar
; Will Itny A war.
BT. PETERSBURG,' Sept. 1. Reports
are persistently circulated that General
Trepoft, oommandant of- the ' palace, Is so
seriously ill tht his lire Is In danger. No
statement regarding ; the ' nature of his
malady has been' gtven out, but It 1 ln;
Umated that It date baek to th time or
the recent rumors that' an attempt had
been made to poison tbs general.
' Premier Stolypin, . aocrfrdlng to reports
from PeUrhof. Is very "high In favor with
th emperor, who decline to listen to sug
gestions of th premier' 'enemies.
Th police claim that they have ob
tained aa Important clue to th head
quarters oi the terrorist' organisation.
They say that a man who was arrested
at Petarhof In connection with th assas
sination of General Mln, hastily attempted
to awallow a piece of paper, which, when
recovered, proved to b orders ln con
nection with attempts to b mad on th
lives of high personages. - '
The Novo Vrererya aays It has been
established beyond i doabt that one of the
men who attempted to-assassinate Premier
Btolyptn August 2S was a Jew. The police
of Archangel and other northern provinces
hsv received Instructions to permit the
political prisoners exiled' there to leave
Russia on condition that they do not re
turn' tor two years.
Flghtlnc at Llhaa.
LIBAU, Sept L An organised attack
wss made last night upon a detachment
of troops engsged In transporting s num
ber of prisoners awsy from this district.
Fighting occurred endk general alarm
was sounded by the garrison. When rein
forcements arrived on the scene of the
disturbance the troops fired Indiscrimin
ately Into th crowd, killing eight and
wounding fifty persons. Among the killed
wss a mother who has a babs st her
MOSCOW, Sept. 1. Social revolutionists
today issued a proclamation, ln whlcn
they claimed credit for the murder of
General Mln, but denied responsibility for
ttus attempt on the life of Premier Stoly
pin. WARSAW, . 8pt. 1. Over 1000 arrests
were mad during last night's pollc sweep
of this city. Msny complaints havs been
mad by the prisoners of police brutality.
Low Roaad Trio Bates via Chteaarn.
Mllwaakeo st St. Panl Ir,
On far plus WOO for U-day ticket on
far plus H0O for to-day ticket, on sal
dally to saanr points In Canada and west
ern New York, and on August 8th and d
and September th and lith to many New
England points.- Tell us wbar you want
t go and w will gtv yoa tb best rates
for your trip. Call at city tlckst office,
liU Far nam street r writ to
'. F. A. NAIH.
Gansral Wsstsrn Agent. OmaoacNh.
Round Trip Summer Rates From Omaha
TO 150 CANADIAN AND NEW ENGLAND
CITIES AND RESORTS.
DATES. Or SALE.
Canadian Destinations, Daily.
New England Destinations, September 5 and 19.
15-day limit, one fare plus $2.00; V ,
30-day limit, one fare plus $4.00.
San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland and Seattle. .$60.00
One way via Shasta Route ........... 73.50
San Francisco and Los Angeles and Return,
Sept. 3 to 14 , 50.00
One way via Shasta Route..'. 0 62.50
Spokane, Wash. ;.. 9 55.00
Butte and Helena 4 50.00
Yellowstone Park Tour 75.00
Salt Lake City and Ogden 30.50
Glenwood Springs, Colo 29.50
Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo . 17.50
Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo and Return,
Sept. 19 to-22.. ; 15.00
Worland, Wyo., (Shoshone Reservation) and Return 32.85
Sheridan, Wyo.. 26.40
Dead wood and Lead, S. D I 18.75
Hot Springs, S. D .'. .' 16.40
Chicago, 111.. ;.. ; 20.00
St. Louis, Mo- '. 18.50
Mexico City and Return, September 3 to 14, .
inclusive , 51.25
Toronto, Ont., and Return,' Sept 12 to 15. 27.15
Chattanooga, Tenn., September 15, 16, 17. . . 28.00
Oklahoma City, Okla., September 7 to 9, inclusive. . 16.25
MICHIGAN AND WISCONSIN RESORTS. ,4
. Reduced Rates Daily.
1 ONE-WAY COLONIST RATES DAILY.
. Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, eto .$25.00
San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, etc 25.00
Spokane and Eastern Washington 22 50
Butte, Helena, Salt Lake, etc: 20.00
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