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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEEs SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1000.
THE RELIABLE STORE
THE RELIABLE STORE
Books for the
Dozens of special bargains
every day in this depart -ment.
llt-nty Hook, large, best of titles,
llllcy's Illustrated Ilooks, 4 titles
to select from, $1.25 edi
Should Le of the most de
pendable kind the kind
you'll find at our glove
counter. No trouble to match
shades here. Expert glove
fitters always in attendance.
Ladies' long gloves, 8, 12
and 16rbutton lengths, .in
black, -vfliite and colors, at
$3.50, $3, $2 and... 1.50
Ladies' Short Gloves, im
ported stock, in all colors,
for street and evening wear
silk lined or unlined, at
$2.00, $1.50 and... 1.00
HoWay Handkerchiefs Specially Priced
A special sale of ladles' ami hihlrer.'e handkerchiefs, of great Irnport
ar.ee to those searching lor real bargains. DON'T Ml.S.S illls HA.NDlU.K
C111EJT KNAP. ... . ,
box i iioiro - -
tot 9 Choice
Lot 3 Choice VVio
Lot 4 Choice laVgO
Lot 6 Choice 15o
Lot Choice 1!0
Lot 7 Ilox of three handker
chiefs, special, Wednesday,
Lot 8 Fure linen lnltlnl hiiiid
kerchlefa, special Wednesday,
n t 60
Lot 0 Box of pure linen ini
tial handkerchiefs, 6 In box,
at. box $1.0
tot 10 Box of six fancy embroidered handkerchiefs, on sale at, j.er box S-t.60
Handsome Military Hair Brushes, at. per pair. ....... . l:0J
Glove boxes, pin cushions, work boxes, handkerchief boxes writing desks.
mirrors, brushes, etc., gpods worth regularly un. to 76o 9Cc
each, at v; :
Get a Hall Borchert Dresa Tprm. Mo ore sole agents.
OUR FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT OFFERS YOU
HUNDREDS OF USEFUL SUGGESTIONS
Tost Card Albums Splendid as
sortment, 3.00 to 10
1'opulur Copyright Hooks at ;IIo
A complete list of titles, luclud
Ir.j? "Tho Man on the Box,"
"Hearts and Masks," "The
Deluge," "The Pit," "Spend
ers," "Eben HolUea," "The
Man from Glengarry" and hun
dreds of other, at 39
Elsie Hooks, $1.25 edition,
Little Men and Women Heriea
Special at 98s?
Ladles' Silk Shawl, -In all colors, at
j 00 down to 69o
Ladles' fancy aprons, dainty creations
in great assortment of stylo at up
Ladies' and misses' Sweaters, in all
new styles, great assortment at
pricea from li.OU. 12.50, J1.S8 down
Ladles' Outing Flannel Oowns, nicely
trimmed, silk embroidered, at fl.fii)
Ven'a Ties About i'50 dozen of them
in four-in-hands, clubs, Tecks, etc.,
all newest colors, 60c values, at 35o
Men's fanyy Suspenders, silk net.
hand embroidered, all colors, gold
plated buckles, specially designed
for engraving prices $1.00, 75c, 60o
For anyone buying two or more
patra of the $1.00 suspenders Satur
day we will engrave them free of
Men's mufflers, in squares, reefers,
quilted Oxford styles, black and all
colors, at $2.60, $1.00, 75c down
Fee our splendid lino of Men's Shirts,
'i'hn Griffon hrund shirts will picas
tho most particular. Vou are always
sure of your money's worth in buy
ing the Griffon brand at $2.00, 1 1. CO
Men's hose in fine Usles, cashmeres
and silks, plain and fancy colors,
at $2.00 down to 85o
Saturday's Underwear Special
Ladles' Swiss Ribbed Vests and
Pants, in pinks, blues and white,
in wool and VIga silk, at gar
ladles' All Wool Union Suits Splen
did bargain, at 91.60
Harvard Mills Vndorwear leads them
all In quality nt the price.
Ladles' l.'nion Hults. heavy or medium
fleece lined, at garment 88c and 60o
Ladles' Testa and Pants, special at
600, 390 and SSe
UMBRELLAS FOR GIFTS
You'll be greatly delighted with our elegant assortment We have them
at $20.00 down to $2.50, $1.98 and $1.50
Hample Umbrellas at. a Finrgalii Hershen Bros, of New York gold us
their entire sample line, consisting of men's, ladies and children's
Umbrellas at a tremendous reduction these will be placed on sale
Saturday In three great lots, at..; $1.98-$1.50S1.00
In many cases the handles alone are worth more than the prlci
Fresh Meats at Lowest Prices
The Meat Department at Hayden Bros. Is now under the manage
ment of Reum & Kulakofsky, and in this change la assurance of even
. ROME SATURDAY SPECIALS.
5,000 Fresh Dressed Spring Chickens at, per pound 9 Ik a
10 lbs. Leaf Lard $1.00 So. 1 Ilex Hams, per lb. . .12?i
I'ork Loins, per pound ... ,J5i j Veal Stew, 6 lbs. for 25?
Veal Itoast, 4 pounds 25 I Veal Chops, per lb 10t?
Santa Clans Will Be here
and invites all the children
to visit him Suturday in
Great Holiday Bazar Main Floor
The jolly old Saint wants to welcome you
to his principal Omaha store house and will
present each good child with a gift Satur-'
day. Toys, dolls, books, sleds, skates,
games, everything to please the little folks
are here and thousands upon thousands of
beautiful and useful gift suggestions lor the
older ones. 26 great booths piled high with
Christmas gift thoughts at lower prices than
elsewhere. Bring the children early Saturday.
All styles and colors, Cava
lier, Faust, Konieo, Opera,
Everett, plain or embroid
ered, $2, $1.75, $1.50, $1.23,
$1.00, G9c and C9
Ladies' Xmas Slippers, kid
or felt, soft and warm, all
colors, fur trimmed or
plain, $2, $1.50, $1.25, $1,
G!)c and 39d
Mpn's union made "Work
Shoes, warranted, $2.50
Men's Warm Shoes, $2.50,
$2.00 and $1.75
Ladies' $1.50 warm Shoes
while they last, at. $1.00
Nothing is more appropri
ate and serviceable than fiue
Silk Hosiery. You'll not
find the equal of our line
in quality assortment or low
Plain Silk Allover Lace,
drop stitch, hand embroid
ered Silk Hose, and in fact
every style shown in our
ladies' hosiery dept., at $5
down to 98
Ladies' Fancy Imported
Lisle Thread Hose, hand
embroidered, great value,
at, pair, 75c and 50
Many different styles to
Big Sale of Samples
Toilet Sets, Cloth, Hair and Hat Brushes, Comb and
Brush Sets, Single Mirrors, etc. A complete line of high
grade Novelties Just the thing for Holiday Gifts. "We
bought them at 50c on the dollar, and will offer them Satur
day at JUST HALF PRICE.
ROc Hair Brushs
7fc Hair Brushes
tl.00 Hnlr Brushes
11. BO Hair Brushes
$2.00 Hair Brushes
I2.S0 Hair Brushes
30c Prparate Mirrors....
20c Separate Mirrors.. ..
50c Separate Mirrors....
$1.00 'Separate Mirrors..
$2.00 Separate Mirrors..
, . .35c
, . . 50o
. . .100
, . .250
. . .500
50o Comb and Brush Sets 85o
11.00 Comb and Brush S'ts 50o
$2.00 Comb und Brush Sits.... SI 00
$2.60 Comb and Brush Sets. .. .$1.35
$3. 00 Comb and Brush Sets $1.60
$5.00 Comb and Brush Sets $3.50
16.00 Comb and Brush Sets $3.00
$2.00 Military Brush Sets $1.00
$3.00 Military Brush Sets $1.50
$4.00 Military Brush Seta $3.00
$5.00 Military Brush Sets $3.50
Newest Corset Models
Complete lines In all best makes, as shown
here, insures your securing a model just suitable
to your needs.
Nemo Solf-Keduclng Corsets for stout figures, with
relief strap and hose supporters, in white or
drab, at $3.00
L Grecque Cornets, in all models, for slender, me
dium or full figures, at $5 down to 91.50
Warner, Kubo, II. & G., Itojat Worcester, W. B.
nnd V. V. Corset, in complete assortment of
models, at, up from $1.00
75c Corsets, made of sterling cloth, in white or
drab, all sizes to 30, at 49
Sale of Manufacturers' Sample Evening Gowns
A About 1-3 Actual Worth
150 Sample Evening Costumes, in all the prettiest shades
and designs, each one with handsome silk drop, Jfrf75
$40, $50, $75 and $85 values, choice
February Triers on Women's Coats Now Prevail Here.
S50 Coats, in fancy mixtures and plain materials, body satin lined,
regular $12. B0 values, Saturday at. $4.03
60-inch Coats, with full box back, velvet trimmed, satin lined, $16.00
value elsewhere, sale price $7.03
$20.00 nnd $22.50 Coats, nearly all sntln lined throughout, 32 to 46
Inches long. In plain colors or fancy mixtures, 200 garments to select
from, at $12.50
AS GIFT SI GGESTIOXS.
Hath Robes At prices from $10.00 down to $5.00, $3.98 and.. $2.08
Silk Kimonos at $.f)0
Fur Scarfs Prices, from $75.00 down to $10.00, $7.50 and... $5.00
Silk Underskirts $15.00 down to $3.08
Flno Northern Beaver Coats, $90.00 value $09.00
Handsome Krlmmer Coats. $55.00 quality $39.00
Fine Astrakhan Coats, Skinner satin lined, guaranteed $40.00
value, at $29.90
CHILDREN'S DAY IX OUR CLOAK DEPARTMENT.
Children's $5.00 Coats, in sizes 2 to 14 years, special Saturday. $1.98
Children's Coats, in kerseys, friezes and fancies, $5.00 and $6.00 val
ues, at $2.98
400 children's Sample Coats, worth $10.00, $12.00 and $15.00, special
Saturday at $7.50 and $4.98
SPECIAL ItARGAINS IN INFANTS' WEAR SATURDAY.
Ladies' $5.00 and $6.00 Net Messaline and Taffeta Waists, in all col
ors, at ....$2.98
From 8 Till 9 A. M. $1.50 Sateen Underskirts 09
From 8:80 Till 9:30 A. M. $1.50 Eiderdown Dressing Scarfs.. .Cifd
From 9 Till 10 A. M. Children's Bonnets, $1 and $1.25 values. 49
-.VUIUCUO UUUClDtVlllO P X .19
From 10 Till 11 A.
Buy Your Xmas Groceries at hayden' '$ -The Greatest Pure Food Providers in the West.
tl Pounds . pure Cane Granulated
BuKar ........... $l.oo
8 pounds best hand picked Navy
8 pounds best Bollfcd Breakfast Oat
meal ..... S50
10 rounds best Grauntated Cornmeal. .13o
10 bars best brands Laundry 8oap....aSo
Quart 1ars pure Ohio Maple Syrup 35c
10-pound cask purfl Buckwheat Klour..35o
2-pound package rJelf-Klslni Puncalw
i-4-pound can Breakfast Cocoa 7hO
BromatiKelon, Jellycon or Jell-O, per
The best Soda or Oyster Crackers, per
Dried Frulls ana Candied Peels for Tour
Xmas pudding's, Pisa and Oakss.
Fancy Cleaned Currants, per pound .. .100
Fancy S-Crown Muscatel Raisins, lb .lOo
Fancy -Crown Muscatel Raisins, lb.l2Vc
Fancy Becded Raisins, r package, .. .lOo
Fancy California Dried (Jrupes, lb... 70
Fancy California Cooking FiRS, lb....TV4C
Fancy New York Kvuporated Apples,
per pound 10c
Fancy California Heedless Raisins, lb.. 10c
Fancy JVluir Peaches, per pound 13 He
Fancy I.cinon, Orange or Citron Feel,
1-pound package Condensed Allnce
nieat 1 -pound packages best Pure Ground
Fancv California Prunes, per round..
Fancy Italian Black Prunes, pound.. .Ihio
Fancy 3-i.rown Lonaon iayer naisins,
per pound 25c
Fancy 4-Crown London Layer RalBins,
per pound 33o
Fancy 6-Crown London Layer Raisins,
per pound 30o
Fancy 7-Crown London Layer' Raisins.
per pound .' 33s0
fresh Fruits, Ifuts and Vegetables
Fancy Mixed Nute, nothing finer, per
Fancy Italian Chestnuts, per pound. 13 So
Fancy Cape Cod Cranberries, I er qt...8j
Fancy Highland Navel Oranges, per
Fancy Imported. Figs, per pound 16o
Fancy Hallowe'en ljates per pound... 70
F.incy Fard Dates, per pound 10c
Black Walnuts, per peck 300
Cook!! g Apples, per peck 15a
2 Heads Fresh Lettuce Bo
3 Bunches Fresh Radishes 5o
Beets, I'arsnips. Carrots, Turnips, Ruta
bagas, per pound lo
2 Bunches Fresh Parsley Be
Shallot Onions, per bunch Bo
2 Stalks Fresh Celery So
Large Heads Cabbage 60
Fancy Colorado Onions, per pound lo
New Honey, per rack laVio
5,000 Copies of 50c Popular
Music at 2lMc
'Any II Copies 25c
Add lc per copy postage in ordering by mail.
Only a Few More Years, Occidental Club (march), Brash
the Frowns Away (child's song), Quarter Dash (two step),
Give Me the Girl From Kilarney, Whoa, You Heifer (great
ragtime), Darkies Spring Song (ragtime two step), "Water
Lou (song), Forestry (two step), Rose Leaves (reverie).
Santa Claus Series, easy teaching pieces Down the Chim-'
ny (march), Doll Babies (waltz), Full Stocking (gavotte),
"White Reindeer, Fireplace Polka, Tin Soldiers,
Hundreds of others to select from, at m2v
PRIESTS TO BE PASSlVt
Vo Activs leiistanse to Fs Made bj
Clergy to lresch Ltw.
CARDINAL RICHARD IS A PROBLEM
Government Does Not Wish to Shorn
Force Aaalnsi Aaed Primate
jind II Hold His
PARIS, Dec. H. The first dar of the re
gime of the separation of church and state
having' passed wllhout grave dlsordem, pub
lic interest in the detail of the continua
tion of the struggle Is already flagging. It
Is now apparent that the resistance of the
clergy will be purely passive and that there
Is no prospect of religious passions being
aroused unless the churches are closed and
the government therefor is resting uu Its
ours and mill continue to do so until Par
liament authorizes the drastic measures
which the cabinet is preparing.
In the meantime la this city, except In
the churches where legal applications were
Hied, tha police again took notes of infrac
tions of the law at the morning masses.
Cardinal Richard is awaiting expulsion
from th episcopal mansion. The govern
ment, however, desires to avoid even the
appearance of force In the case of the aged
primate, who is In bad health and Is post
poning action In the hope that he will de
part In a few days of his own volition.
The Action, a violent socialist organ, to
day made an attack on tha government,
calling attention to the alleged fact that
the Catholic gymnastic societies had num
bers of rifles. There Is not the slightest
evidence, however, that armed resistance
Some Trouble Expected.
It is becoming more and more apparent
that tho ultramontoints hope to be forced
to have recourse to private worship and
that they are embarrassed by the unau
thorized applications to hold religious meet
ings under the law of liSl. At a church in
VlncentK s a notice was posied characteriz
ing as "treason" the action of two parish
oners In making en application and saying
that Cardinal Richard waa the authority for
the statement that the popes Inhibition
applied to laymen, as well as to the clergy.
At Lille, Department of the North, 2U0
Do More for tho Jgif
2t Powder, Flavoring; Extracts and other food arti
cles, ha done more to please the palate of Amencang
and lessen the labor in American kitchens than any
other man liviug. His life and succese are examples
ot what a skilled chemist may accomplish when he
employs his talents to aid and enlighten the ptople
ra'her than deceive them.
WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
is an improved wheat food, containing; all the nourish
iog elements found lu tue wnoie wneat ocrry.
Palatable -NutritWMia-Easy ef Dlgestlos) and ready t Eat
ft t tern Ut ret l set f er fee suMtct; er ceci x sun.
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Catholics drove out a policemen, who was
reporting an Infraction of the law at the
church of Le Grande Philippe, pursued him
and threatened to throw him into the river.
A son of the policeman waa chased anu
stoned by Ills playmates.
The cabinet met today with President
Failieres In the chair, in order to decide
upon the new legislation to be presented to
Parliament, but the text ot the measures
decided upon will not bo r,eady until to
morrow. The steps to be taken are of a
very sweeping character. It is proposed to
amend the law of 19uo, providing for the
separation of church and state, by which
a year's grace was allowed before the
permanent alienation of the church's prop
erty, and to supprets the privileges ol
forming new cultural or diocesan associa
tions during that period, and all church
property, including the seminaries, will be
Immediately hLi.ded over to the state, to
the departments and to the communes
under conditions Insuring that the churches
themselves will be retained for religious
uses. The continuance of public worship
will be provided for under a combination
of the laws of 181 and 1W1. With regard
to the pensions and allowances of the
clergy distinctions will be made by which
those who are entitled to the former will
lose their rights If they are deprived of
their French citizenship, while those who
are entitled to the latter will lose their
allowances if they do not conform with
the law. The conditions under which the
clergy will forfeit their French citizenship
will be drawn up in a specUl measure to
be prepared later. '
DIAMONDS Krefi7.er. 15th and Dodge,
LORDS UPHOLD SCHOOL LAW
British Taipsrrri Mast Foot Bill for
Both Rellsloae aad Secular
LONDON. D-c. 14The Houae of Lords
has reversed the decision of the appeal
court In the West Riding case In regard to
the payment of rates for religious In
struction, and holds that the county coun
cils are bound to pay for the whole curri
culum, religious as well aa secular.
The law lords thus uphpld the original
interpretation of the act of 1901, under
which the "passive reslsters." headed by
Rev. Dr. Clifford, were fined and Impris
oned. Had the decision been otherwise the
levy of rate for the payment of religious
Instruction would have been Illegal and tho
nonconformists would have gained ene of
the n ain points for which the president of
ths Hoard of Education. Mr. plrell,
fighting, with the education Mil, and would
thus have mnde them more or less in
different to tbe (ate of the educational
measure. . ,
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1IXAS COMMISSION FAILS
Vernier of Eailway Board Point Out
Defect to Oklahoma Contention.
HOARD SHOULD HAV JUDICIAL POWER
Courts Not to Blame for Appeals and
Texas Has Prevented such
Action In Too Muny
GUTHRIE, O. T., Dec. 14.-In address
ing the Oklahoma Constitutions! congress
Oscar B. Colquitt, a member of the Texas
Railroad commission, dclared that while
the Texas Railroad commission act is a
good law, rate regulation in Texas has
been a failure except In producing uni
formity and he quoted Mr. MayftelJ of
the same commission as acknowledging
that he had "been almost a failure." Com
mending the efforts of President Mr. Col
quitt said that if strong men were kept on
the Interstate Commerce commission and
the courts did not nullify their work the
Hepburn rate bill might satisfy the people;
otherwise he believed Roosevelt would be
come the "forerunner of Bryan."
It Is my deliberate Judgment." said Mr.
Oolquiett. after exhaustively reviewing
railroad legislation in Texas, "that the
principal, if not the only substantial good
the commission law of Texas aa adminis
tered, has done the people Is the giving
to them to each person and place uniform
rates. Taking the staple products of the
state. I think It safe to say that the rate"
now In effect and against which the road'
ere protesting In the courts ss being too
low, are the highest of most any other
state in the union, unless It Is the Rocky
mountain and Pacific state. This condi
tion Is not the fault of the law. The law
Is perhaps the best ever enacted upon
the suMert. Our power le almost com
plete. And yet I say to you that whllo In
other respects the Texas railroad commis
sion law is a success If vigorously enforced
yet as a rate making power I have been
forced to the conclusion that It is very
largely a failure."
Men and Corporations Differ.
Mr. Colquitt said that he had asked
Commissioner Maytleld "If experience and
results had not shown that government
regulation of railroads Is a failure" and
he quoted Mr. Mayfb'M as saying that he
could not quite subscribe to the proposi
tion that goverament regulation by etate
and nation is failure and "that thev
tell us the duty of regulating freight rates
is exclusively a legislative unction and
vet the legislative power in the exercise
of the function Is controlled absolutely by I
Judicial interference." I
Mr. Colquitt said he did not agree with I
hia distinguished associate In placing all
the blame on the courts, as the courts
were not to blame for being appealed to.
Much of the trouble, he declared, was In
the incorporation laws of the stat. He ug
gested that Oklahoma could guard agnlns
this by diptlngulfhlng in its constitution
between 'the citizen" and the "artificial
person.'? Also that the Oklahoma cumml-
lon should be clothed with Judicial power
and that the constitution should provide
for the purchase of tho railroads by the
slate at their market v.iluo in the event the
railroads should attempt to enjoin the
rates by resorting to the federal courts.
May He-Terse Ti'ehresTkn TlVfwlon.
Declaring that nte regulation had failed
In Texas because the commission has here
tofore compromised with the rillroads and
his not given the courts an opportunity to
puss upon the reasonableness of the com
mission's rates. Mr. Coloultt snld he had
hoped that in the suit now pending against
the Texas commlsHlon. opportunity would
be riven for nrovlna the reisonnbleness of
a rate and for establishing a doctrine dif
ferent from that contended for by the
lawyers In construing the Nebraska case.
He sIko honed that Oklahoma would frame
a constitution and law. which would show
that government reeiilulon of railroads
enn be made successful.
In speaking of the Hepburn In w Mr. Col
oultt said that 'Roosevelt, with a master
mind and bard. foreaw that something
I must be done" and that "If strong courage
ous men are kept on the commission and
their actions are not negatived b'
applications of the railroads to the
courts for restraining orders, the country
may be contended. Rut If the re
verse takes place then It will not sur
prise me if Roosevelt, does not become
the forerunner of Pryen and a preparer
of the way for a diferent solution of the
Mr. Colquitt whs an alvocate of rail
road legislation In Texcs, when that cause
was championed by the late Governor HogT.
He Is the first prominent man in public
life in Texas to declare that it has been
a failure in results.
The Incorporators have subscribed $200,0 0
of the capital stock, or H.iOO for each mile
of the proposed rallrcad. It Is the Intention
to run the lino via the Imperial valley.
Umbrellas. Copley, jeweler, 26 8. lblh.
AUDITOR OFFERS TO EXPLAIN
Discrepancy In Reports of Wabaeli
Freight Earnings Raised at
8t. Louie Hearing;.
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 14 At today's session
of the maximum freight rate hearing be
fore Special Master in Chancery Schofleld,
T. t. Tobln, general auditor of the Wabash
road, again took the witness stand to ex
plain a difference of jms.OOO between the
total freight earnings of the road tor ins
last fiscal year. Yesterday when called
upon to explain why a report complied
for the stockholders for the period waa
$15,000 In excess of a report aubtnltted at
the hearing, Mr. Tobln stated It was be
cause of certain deductions made, which
he could not explain In detail at the time,
but promised to explain in a statement today.
Bnttleabln Shunt Well.
ROCKLAND, Me., Dec. U-The battle,
ship Kansas, which marie a satisfactory
showing estcrday on its screw Standardiza
tion trial mailed today for a four hours'
endurance run down the coast. On this
run me battleship must show an average
speed of eighteen knots an hour to moot
It contract requirements.
Mnreer In Montana.
IU'TTE. Mont., Dec. 14 In the woman's
room here today May K lly waa found dead
and John Van Ness, a statlona y engineer,
late of Superior, Wis., was dying of a
wound In his temrle. Moth had been allot.
Van Ness would not talk. He cannot live.
A. B. Hubermann, only westrn direct
diamond Importer, corner 1.1th and Douglas,
which are retailed at wholesale prices.
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HAVANA, CUBA, AND RETURN
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
THROUGH NEW ORLEANS.
Tickets on gale December IStb, 19th, and 20th. Good
to return leaving Havana Jan. 9th, 1907. Steamship re
cervations should be made now.
frerkrls to Hulld Hellrnad.
SAN DIZGO, Cat, Dec. 14 The Morning
I'nlon announces today thHt John D.
Srrckela and associate heve decllel to
l.ulM a illay from S.in Keg) to Yuma
and have taken the premllmlnarv steps to
that end. Articles of Irwornorstlcn of the
Ran Diego sr Arizona Railway- romnany
were filed yesls'day with the county Hetk.
The eumonny la cplt,!lx4 at t'j.OOVjgo.
RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS AT
CITY TICKET OFFICE
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