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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1D07.
PLANS OF CIVIC TRIBUTE
Captain Falmar Will Fresida and Irjan
Pronounce Creichton luloiy.
LONG LIST OF VICE PRESIDENTS CHOSEN
From Krerr Walk of Life Men Will
Meet la Memorlam to Ob
Who Stood for Good
The committee of arrangements for the
John A. Creighton memorial meeting met
Monday and concluded the detalla for the
affair. . which will be held at the Audi
torium Thursday evening, beginning at 7:30
Captain Henry E. Palmer will act as
chairman of the meeting. The eulogy will
be delivered by William Jennings Bryan
of Lincoln. Ten-minute addresses will be
delivered by Dr. Oorge L. Miller, Henry
W, Yates. W. F. Gurley, C. J. Smyth, Gil
bert M. Hitchcock and Rev. T. J. Mackay.
The ushers will be sixty or seventy
students of Creighton college. Each will
be decorated with purple rosette badges.
Public announcement of the meeting was
made from all the pulpits of Omaha Sun
day, Catholic and non-CatnolIo.
The following have been selected as vice
presidents of the meeting by the committee
on arrangements and will occupy seats on
Tuesday will be bargain day in
New lots of the highest quality embroideries from a 1
11 great purchase from a New York importer. These are in
n very fine baby sets also medium and wide widths, includ- -
P ing skirtings and corset cover effects all splendid quality 4
made with fast edges
Ics worth til
10c yd, at UXj
eries worth op
la 20c yd-
1 0 C I l 2rM to
jic yd. at
Fine Val Laces 3ic and 5c Yd.
Fine French Vals with Lacos and Insertings to match
Charles E. Ady.
11. C. Akin.
V. F. Allen.
E. M. AnUreesen.
A. T. Aufctln.
J. L. Baker.
H. L. Halilwln.
II. H. linrrows.
Juy C Barton.
P U. Uarkalow.
M. T. Barlow.
J. K. Buum
1. A. Baum
George K. Barker.
John N. Baldwin.
H. H. Bnldrige.
I. F. Baxter.
"i E. Bed well
A. J. B-aton.
'. C Belden
10. A. Benson.
J. W. Bedford.
E. E. Bruce.
Dr. W. O. Bridges.
F. A. Brogan.
Bandall K. Brown.
Arthur L. Brandels.
(j. K. Brucker.
F. B. Kennard.
M. J. Kennard.
B. E. B. Kennedy.
W. J. C. Kenyon.
F. P. Klrkendall.
W. H. Koenlg.
L. H. Korty.
C. T. Kountze.
T'a ul Kuhns.
O. P. Lake.
F. D. lawrence.
K. V. Deis.
X. T. Lindsay.
O. W. Dinlnger.
C. O. Lobeck.
J. L. MeCngue.
W. II. McCord.
Rev. P. J. McGovern.
E. O. McGiltnn.
C F. McGrew.
Thos. B. McPhrtrson.
I". F. Manderson.
Ilev. N. M. Mann.
Joseph H. Millard.
W. V. Morse.
Dee Bridges. vm w. Moratian.
Hrona- A Mohler.
llv. M. M
geest, B. J.
H. E. Bruman.
W. H. Buchola.
Frank J. Burkley.
ii. K. Burket.
T. C. Byrne.
V. M. Caldwell.
W. T. Canada.
I. W. Carpenter.
Rev. C. C. Cissel.
Rev. A. S. C. Clarke,
frank N. Clarke.
H. T. Clarke.
C. J. Cow in.
C. K. Coutant.
I. E. Congdon.
W. W. Cole.
C. S. Montgomery.
Dr. R. C. Moore.
Judge W. H. Munger.
O. N. Nattlnger.
H. D. Neely.
T. J. O'Brien.
Robert W. Patrick.
W. A. Paxton.
J. It. Paxton.
Ed P. Peck.
H. J. Penfold.
M. C. Peters.
J. O. Phllllppl.
C. H. Pickens.
W. 8. Poppleton.
J. B. Rahm.
D. P. Redmond.
Judge W. A. Redlck.
A. L. Reed.
also torchons, plat vals, German vals,
etc daintiest new patterns,
H Colored Dress Taffetas
H Here are 345 pieces of new 27-inch and 36-inch colored El
dress taffetas, perfect weaves and all the most desirable
spring shades. The 27-inch colored Dress Taf- CQ
CJ feta, at, per yard
f Tlie thirty-six-inch Colored Dress Taffeta,
El at, per yard '
OMAHA WKATHEK KOHKCA8T Tuesday Fair
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED and SHIPPED
Sov TrTT7 T fT
V) L, M M U
$1.00 BLACK AXD WHITE FLAID SILKS A splendid quality
. suitable for Skirts, Dresses or Linings under sheer black ma
terials, 52 inches wide and worth $1.00, PQ
Tuesday, yard , J
And Ten Green Trading Stamps with every yard.
n FIRST FLOOR AND BASEMENT
P 10c box Hairpins, first quality, per box
QlOc Remnants of
13 elastic, at, C
11 Hooks and eyes,
W all sizes, per
p Safety pins, all
p sizes, per
n dozen . . .
Shoe laces, extra
lengths, per C
dozen J I
19c celluloid dress-
Black darning cot
ton, 3 spools C
15c dress shields, O
at'.per lflo H
pair I1V ri
Crochet cotton, de- P
sir able col- t CI
ors, ball .... C y ,
Darning needles, p!
two papers H 11'
10-in COLOKKD TAFFKTA SILKS that sell
for 76c everywhere; these silks come in
changeable dark colorings, fine for skirts
And Twenty Green Trading Stampa with
I every yard.
BEAUTIFUIi RAJAH SILKS New designs, swell, natural silks,
in changeable dark colorings, the biggest success of the season.
COME AND SEE THEM,
OME AND SEE THEM, 50
$1.50' GREY PANAMA Only one shade-medium shade
grey not too light or too dark, 56-in. wide 'Ji
And Ten Green Trading Stamps
C R. Courtney
lohn F. Coad.
Kev. J. W. Conloy.
T. A. Crelgh.
I'rof. Charles F.
E. A. Cuilahy.
hev. E. K. Curry.
Fred H. Davie.
J. C. I'avlB.
Wm. M. Davidson.
JudKe Geo. A. Day.
J. J. Derlght.
. Harry P. Deuel.
E. W. Dixon.
Judire George W.
1. O. Doup.
John A. nine.
H. E. Rogers.
T. J. Rogers.
J. C. Root.
C. It. Baunders.
Right Rev. Richard
Scannell, D. D.
J. H. Bchmldt.
Judge W. S. Scar.
J. C. Sharp.
Charles R. Sherman.
W. 8. Sheldon.
A. C. Smith.
Rev. J. R. Smith.
W. A. Smith.
v v 'nnntlnir John Steele,
B "j ' ' Fred Steuoendorf.
J C Drexel Storm.
Rev." 8. D. Dutcher. K- S1""-
J. H. Dumont, Vr-.J' urnrn"r-
Dr T. J. Dwyer. J- A. Sunderland.
P. E. F.lsasser. udte A. U Sutton.
J P English Thomas Swift.
Judge I.eo H. Estelle. Major Thomas Swoba
E. M. Falrlleld. H A. Thompson.
R. o. Fink. Judge A. C. Troup.
Thomas A. Fry. A. P. Tukey.
Frank H. Gaines. George H. liscnocic,
V. O. Tire.
J. E. Utt.
A. J. Vlerllng.
Dr. G. W. Wada-
Judge B. E. Wakely.
O. W. Wattles.
John I Webster.
John R. Webster.
C. F. Weller.
H. 8. Welle
George F. West.
C. C. George.
C'harlei A. Goes,
lohn Granf. -C.
William Hay den.
R. S. Hall.
O. M. Hitchcock.
Robert C. Howe.
E. L.. Howe.
B. E. Howell.
O. W. Holdrege.
C. W. Hull.
P. E. Hi t.
W. H. Jardlne.
1 11. Johnson.
Ir. A. F. Jonas.
Rev. P. J. Judge.
F. W. Judeon.
A. P. Karbach.
Judge, H. Kennedy,
George It. Kelly.
All the foregoing are of Omaha, and the
following are of South Omaha
George A. Hoagland. J. C. Wharton.
A. liospe. K. wnite.
Men L. w nue.
R. E. Wilcox.
Bishop A. L. Will
lams. Rev. John Williams.
Rev. John Albert
Walter E. Wood.
James I. Woodard.
C. C. Wright.
W. S. Wright
William L Yetter.
C. E. Yost.
If B. Zlinman.
Dr. H. T. Ensor.
J,. C. Gibson.
P. T. McGrath.
F. J. Morlarty.
hi. H. Murphy.
A. H. Murdock.
J. E. O'Hearn.
E. C. Page.
J. H. Van Dusen.
B. B. Wilcox.
FEDERATION WILL STAND PAT
Will Not Withdraw Its Charges
Avalast Police Board,
The rumor that the Civic Federation In
ended to withdraw from the governor's
Ifflce charges filed against the Omaha
Board of Fire and Police Commissioners
without foundation," said Attorney
Elmer E. Thomas Monday morning. 1I
leclared he had no knowledge of such In-
enuon ana naa not even neara such a
lilng Intimated. He aald:
"I was in conference with Governor
Iheldon two weeks ago and the governor
tasured me he was net trying to hold the
marges up. but just aa soon aa his present
' rush was over he would take the charge
ip and go through with them."
Brandeis Boston Store"
DR. BRADBURY, Dentist, :!mY;?.t.n
1508 FAR NAM ST., OMAHA.
Porcelain Pills.. $1 up
Crowns $2.50 up
Bridge Work.93.BO up
riMes $2.00 up
Phono Douglas 17S6
We make a specialty
of metal and rooflesa
plates. Painless work In
all operations. Work
guaranteed 10 yearn.
BOARD WANTS CONTRACT FEED
All County Commission srs but Trainor
Coina Oat for Tucker Bill.
THINK PRESENT GRAFT SHOULD STOP
Say Throw Business Open to Bids
oa Competitive Basis and Let
SUerlff Submit Ills
Cleanses and beautifies the
teeta and purines tno breath.
TTsed by people of refinement
br over a quarter of a century.
Convenient for tourists.
The members of the Board of County
Commissioners are practically a unit in
favor of the Tucker bill Introduced Into
the house last week to cut off the county
Jail feeding "graft" by providing the board
ing of prisoners shall be done by con
tract. Of the members of the board In
terviewed Monday all endorsed the bill but
Trainor, and he aald he did not care to
miika a statement at present becaurn he
waa not familiar with the provisions of
At present the law allows the sheriff to
furnish the feed for the prisoners and the
county pays him a stipulated amount. This
has led to a long standing "scrap" between
the county board and the sheriff over the
amount to be allowed him.
"The only fair way to the commissioners
la to let It by contract." declared Com
missioner Ure. "That la the way wa do
with every other material expenditure and
there la no good reason why we should
not do it In that way in this rase. There
are only two men in the county who know
what It costs to feed the prisoners and
they won't tell. They are Sheriff McDonald
and ex-Sheriff Power. We have asked
Sheriff McDonald to make a showing, but
he has not done so. The commissioners
have to make an estimate and that Is not
a fair or businesslike way of doing It.
t'nder the present price of 89 cents a day
I think there Is a fair prrfit In it. But we
could get at It In a more accurate manner
by contract. Let the sheriff bid If he wants
to and then give the contract to the loweet
bidder. In this case the specifications
should show In detail what the county
wants to have furnished.
Favors More Pay for Sheriff.
"I am aim In favor of an Increase In the
salary of the sheriff If the boarding job
Is taken from him, but I am In favor of
this bill regardless of whether the salary
Is rained or not."
Commissioner Solomon declared he waa
unqualifiedly In favor of the provisions of
"I have estimated." he said, "that It
would save the county from Sl.SOO to $2,500 a
year to put the boarding of prisoners on
a competitive basis. It Is the only busi
nesslike way to do It. Let the sheriff bid
If he wants to, and If he bids low enough
give him the contract, but award the con
tract on open bids."
"The only fair way to the taxpayers and
the sheriff Is to let the boarding of prison
ers by contract." declared Commissioner
Kennard "That method would rut out
every semblance and possibility of graft
4nd would put It on a businesslike basis."
Mr. Brunlng also declared In favor of the
bill. He favored allowing the sheriff, to bid
on the Job the same as any other person.
The sheriff, he said, would have to oversee
the distribution of the food In order to
prevent friends, of prisoners get'tlng
weapons and "dope" Into the Jail, but he
though this could be arranged without any
At the sheriff's office they are not saying
much about the bill. Sheriff McDonald
declared he was not going to do anything
to prevent the passage of the bill, and hie
chief deputy and brother, Henry McDonald,
said he had not given the matter enough
thought to discuss It.
WINDHEIM GETS A PENSION
Veteran Fireman and Assistant Chief
Plared on the Re
The Board of Fire and Police commis
sioners met Monday afternoon with full
attendance. Dr. George L. Miller being
present for the first time since he ten
dered his resignation to Governor Sheldon,
who has not acted on this resignation.
The resignation of Captain George P.
Windheim of the fire department waa ac
cepted, and, according to provision of
state statutes. Captain Windheim was
placed on retired list with an allowance of
25 per cent of salary received at time of
retirement. Captain Windheim has been
in the Omaha fire department twenty
seven years, serving for yeara aa first as
Sergeant Whelan of the police court waa
granted sixty-days' leave of absence with
out pay. Mr. Whelan has been ill with
EAGLES PLANING NEW HOME
Will Meet Wednesday at Commercial
Club to Devise Ways anil
Prospects Tor a new tiome for the Eagles
gradually grow brighter. They are so fa
vorable now that the committee appointed
some time ago to Investigate the possibili
ties feels Itself justified In calling a meet
ing to devise ways and means of raising
the money for the building. This meeting
will be held Wednesday afternoon at th
rooms of the Commercial club. The cost
and slxe of the building have not been
determined, but these matters will be dis
cussed at length at the meeting Wednesday.
Uangum A Co, LETTE3 fc-ffcCIALLSTa,
x Bulldlna- Permits.
The following building permits have been
Issued: Scott Irving. 313 Munderson, $1,700
dwelling; Kmll Mortensen. 8414 Charles,
$2,500 dwelling: W H. Iong, Twenty-third
and Manderson, $2,3U and $2,000 dwellings.
yard . . . . .
$1.25 NOVELTY DRESS GOODS, pretty
striped effects, little mixtures of contrast
ing colors, mostly grey and brown, worth
$1.25, 56 inches wide,
on sale, yard
And Ten Green Trading Stamps with every
WEDNESDAY IS RED LETTER DAY
CUT RATES ON SOME THING YOU SEE
EVERY DAY IN THE PAPER.!
$1.00 Goldman's Hair Restorer ...80c
They Bay It's a "crime to have gray hair"
25c Omega Oil 23c
50c Omega Oil 43c
All 60c Dog Remedies, (any make) 43c
All $1.00 Dog Remedies (any make) 80c
$1.76 S. S. S fl.BO
$1.00 S. S. S 80c
$1.00 Whitney's Nerve and Flesh Builder 80c
$1.00 Ozomulsion 80c
$1.00 Scott's Emulsion' 80c
60c Scott's Emulsion ..45c
This is "the kind" the "baby gurgles about"
25c Humphrey's, No. 77 23c
$1.00 Mother's Friend 80c
I1.0D Hood's Sarsaparilla, (ever hear of It?) 80c
We sell all of Dr. Ett's remedies and guarantee satisfaction because the
manufacturers do so. J
De Miracle, (It takes hair off) fl.00
$1.00 Parisian Hair tonic, (It grows hair) 75c
50c Stuart's DyspepBla Tablets ,43c
$1.00 Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets 80c
We don't quote "prices on" a bunch of cigars which were never known on
SCHAEFER'S CUT PRICE DRUG STORES
Omaha Corner 15th and Douglas Sts.; 16th and Chicago Sts. South Omaha N. W.
Cor. 4th and N Sts. Council Bluffs 6th Ave. and Main Sts.
"The Stores Which Make Good on their Ads."
Rare Drugs and Chemicals
The wonderful advancement that has
been made within tiie lat decade or two
In Pharmacy and Chemistry has naturally
placed upon the market hundreds and
thousands ft new Chemicals and Pharma
ceuticals. Our system In regard to stock
ing these articles has been and Is an abso
lutely fixed one. We place In stock
EVEBTTHina in our line for which AHT
DC1UHD at all exists even by indirec
tion. This policy enforced for nearly a
score of years by the same management
In the conduct of our business has been
productive of th IHE1H1M ft MoOOJT
KIU DBUQ STOCK OT TODAY which
we are quite sure Is th meat complete
stork of DITTOS. MEDICIVES, flAIHl.
CSTTTICAI, PREPARATIONS ani SICK
HOOK ACCESSORIES to be found In the
We especially solicit orders for rare
drugs and chemicals and believe we shall
In almost every case find the most dim
cult prescription an easy one for our pre
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co
Sealers la Bare Drag's and Chemloala.
Cor. 16th and Dodge, Omaha.
vour money Safety should be
your first consideration in this
respect visit our Bond Depart
ment for United States Govern
ment Bonds or Railway Bonds,
yielding from 2 to 5?o interest.
While this rate of interest is
not so high as is promised by
some securities, the guaranteed
SAFETY makes them particu
An interview with investors
First National Bank
oonro to xatb a tut oood
stoas at irrg AITS XAJUTBY
Try The New Way
CITY STEAM LAUNDRY
207 So. Uth Street
Specially equipped for most
Thorough Medical and Surgical
and care of
- Acute and Chronic Diseases
Natural Mineral Water Baths
(Sulpho-Saltne waters possessing curative
properties supplied from our own springs.)
Rheumatism, Kidney, Liver, Heart,
Stomach and Skin Diseases.
J. O. EVEKETT, Managing Physician.
Third FUor, Ptxtort Block
iligheit Grade Dentistry
The girls and young women
should have good shoes.
m Oood wearing snoea.
Uood looKing snoea.
A trim, dainty foot should be
Many a young girl's foot has
been 111 shaped by poor fitting
Fitting shoes is an art and not
every salesman knows how to fit
the foot as It should be.
We have made it a study for
over 20 years and employ none
but experienced salesmen, who
know how to properly lit the root.
Misses' Shoes, 2.60
Young Women's Shoes,
S3. 00 and .
Let Us Fit the Girl's Foet.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
THE RELIABLE STARE
for the Hall
Brochert Dress Forms
Tuesday Is Bargain Day
In Our Cloak Department
NEW WAISTS In pretty Linjrerie Xofa
Jap Silks, Linens and Taffetas. All the
most popular styles and colors for spring
wear. Greatly underpriced, f p
40 New Spring Coats, made to sell at $600,
will go Tuesday at, 7 Qr
Fifty-five New Spring Suits, made to sell
at $18.00 choice Tuesday, J Q QQ
"Watch for the sale of Silk Suits Wed
nesday. See display in our lGth street
50c Silks Tuesday at 38c
27-in. plain Habutal, 24-in. Habutat and 36-in. Natural Japs,
all beautiful new wash silk specially priced, at, yard
Many Special ltargains from the Knnis Mills lnrchae.
Be Sure and MIend Our Famous Hourly Sales
That we make are so natural In
color, alee and arrangement so as to
bring the natural expression to the
face, you can can scarcely tell them
from the ones nature gave. Our price
from 1 5 to $16, and fully guaranteed
TAFT'S DENTAL ROOMS
1517 Douglaa Street.
rrem T1U 10 A. H-ffe will sell 25
dosen extra large Hoth Towels, rogumr
,15c quality, only four to a customer,
at, each 7l0
rrom 10:30 Till 11:30 A. M We will si ll
HO pieces of 12V4o Percales double fold,
nice new spring goods; not ovr 12 yards
to a customer, Bt, per yard 47,o
rrom 130 Till 8:30 P. X We will S11
pieces of Pure Irish Linen niul exra
heavy German Linen, In blenclivl. silver
bleached and unbleached, 68, 60 and T2
Inches wide, regular price S 1 .00. 11.25
and $1.60 a yard. These Roods are sllpht
. ly mussed but perfect: not over C yards
to a customer, Ht. per vard 47o
rrom 3 Till 4 P. M. We will soil 2Rc. 3'V
and 89c Mercerised Walsttngs In stripes,
checks, etc., not over 10 yards to n
customer, at. per ysrd 7Ho
TOR AX I, SAT
Amoskeag Ginghams nt, per yard..,.5Ho
German Indigo Blues, 32 inches wide.
'extra heavy , 6o
15c Percales, 36 Inches wide, all the iievv
spring styles, per yard lOo
Dress Ginghams, Toile Du Nords and A. F.
C's, regular 12V4c goods, for all day nt
per yard Be
12Hn Towels, for all day, each Vc
lie Towels for all day, each 5o
36-ln. fast color Flannelettes, Arnold's,
the best made; for all day, at. per
yard 12 Ho
Extra heavy Moleskin Wrapper Cloth,
perfect colors, finest goods made; for
all day So
25c Outing Flannel Pklrts, made up, at.
60c Outing Flannel Skirts, made up, at.
$1.00 nil wool Spring Press Goods, 44, 5,
, and 4S inches wide, at, per yard ,...49o
60c Henriettas, 36 Inches wide, at, pr
39c Kngllsh Cashmeres nt, per vard....8Bo
3ftc Knicllsh Cashimr's nt. per yard. ...19o
i nuuHHmis or otner bargains tor all
day too numerous to mention.
BIOK OSASE WOOL DRESS GOODS '
rrom 9 Till 10 A. M. We will nell 64-ln.,
6n-in. and 4s-ln. new hprlng Orey Platdg
and Checks, regular $1. on. $1.1:5 Hiid (1.60
goods, nnd only one pattern to a cus
tomer nt, per vard 480
rrom 3 Till 4 P. M. We will sell 53 pieces
ol Hlnck Chiffon l'ananm, 62 Inches
wide, made to sell for $1.60 per yard,
and only one pattern to a customer st,
per yard 67o
Several other specials during the day
In this department.
HIGH OBADI WASH QO0S8
rrom 9:30 Till 10:30 A. M. We will soil
any of our 60c or 69c Silk and Mercer
ized Wash Goods, either the fine printed
'or the French zephyrs, not over 12 yarde
to a customer, nt. per vard B5o
rrom 8:30 Till 3:30 P. M. We will sell
nil Anderson's 2fic Scotch Zephyrs, all
Anderson's 25c Scotch Shirting Madras,
everybody knows what these Kods are,
made by Wm. Anderson, Glascow. Scot
land, 32 and 36 Inches wide, perfect
fast colors, the best In Kurope, not over
12 yards to a customer at, per yard, 14o
Several olh4r specials during the day
In this department.
HIGH GRADE WHITE GOODS
Extra special on St. Gall Swisses, extra
special on Eogllnh Manchester White
Walatlngs and White Suitings, extra
special on French Lingerie in Engllah
Bedford Cords. In French Piques, and in
German White Suitings.
Read These Grocery Prices rie, can't Be Beat
TEAS AHD COTFEES .
Vayden Bros. Direct Importers.
Fancy Santos Coffee, lb. .............. 1 3e
Fancy Maracalbo Blend, lb. 17 Sc.
Fancy Porto Rico Blend, lb 2kc
Fancy Ankfda Blend, lb. ............. 25.-
Fancy Tea Slf tings, lb 12 Vic
Fancy B. F. Japan or Sun Dried Tons,
per lb 26c
FRESH VEGETABLES AHD FRUITS
One carload of extra large fancy Highland
Navel Oranges Just arrived. These are
very fancy, sweet and Juicy, the finest
we have had this season. They are reg
ularly sold for 40c per doxen; our prle
for this sale only, per dozen 25c
Large, Juicy Lemons, per dozen ...... lOo
2 heads fresh Lettuce bo
2 bunches fresh Radishes 5a
2 heads fresh Celery 6a
Fresh ripe-Tomatoes, per lb ..imo
Large Grape Fruit, each .'. 6a
Black Walnuts, per peck 25a
English Walnuts, per peck 25a
Mexican Plnon Nuts, per lb Hhio
Cucumbers, each 6o
2 bunches fresh Onions 5o
Large heads fresh Cabbage 6o
Beets, Carrots. Parsnips, Rutabagas,
Turnips, white, yellow pr red Onions,
per lb ltto
BEAUTIFY YOUR LAWN
with onr Iron and Wire fence. Trellises and Arbors for
vises, flower guards, chairs, setees, vases, tree guards,
hitching posts, window guards, barn flztorea and cliioken
CHAMPION FENCE COMPANY.
611 South lath Street. Tel. Doutfaa 1S90.
Send for Catalogue.
ONE-WAY COLONISTS' tickets on sale to points on the Illinois Cen
tral in Mississippi and Louisiana each Tuesday during February, March
and April at almost half fare. HOMESEEKERS' rates to nearly all
points in the south and southeast on first and third Tuesdays of each
month at one fare plus $2.00 for the round trip, good returning thirty
days from date of sale.
ONE-WAY SETTLERS' tickets to points in North Dakota and the
Canadian Northwest op, sale each Tuesday during March and April at
greatly reduced rates. HOMESEEKERS' tickets to same points on sale
first and third Tuesdays at one fare plus $2.00 for the round trip, good
returning twenty-one days from date of rale.
Tickets, descriptive circulars, folders, showing train service and de
tailed Information at City Ticket Office, 1102 Farnam St., Omaha.
District Passenger Agent
it il ft
Do you live near
13 40th and Hamilton Streets?
0, H, WIRTH
40TH AND HAMILTON STS.
will take your want-ad for The BEE
at the s4jne rates as the main office.
Branch Want-ad OffictOMAHX BEE
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Made of the IJ12ST HAVANA lUii,UJO.
F. It. lUce Mertautile Cigar Co., Manufacturers, tit. LooJa.
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