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- THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSRAV. MAY 20. 1909.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
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SWISS BANKERS, LOUP CANAL
Ten Foreign Capitalists .Will Come
Here to Look at Proposition.
WILL BE GUESTS OF FEITZ YAOGI
These Men Are to Report' to Snlliff-
laad oa Proposed American I n
vestraeata aad Are to Invest!-.
Itale Power Plaat.
oot Print ft,
Versailles SUvt.Jtrrho!rn, Jeweler.
Omaha Xlectrteal Wrka rent motors. ,
Bemoval Or , Rher -now at 830 8. ldih. '
Badolph tVSwofeoda. public accountant.
luhrt, photographer, lth & Farnatn.
Jteya, photo, rrmove'l to lth ft Howard.
atemoral pr. .Hahn now at 2121 Douglas.
B. BV Oembs, optical business. 1620
Dougiae street Examination free.
Equitable Life Policies, sight draft at
maturity. II. D. Neely, manager, Omaha.
Keep your nosey and valuablea In the
American Safe Deposit vaulu In The Dee
building. Boxes rent from 1 to fit.
took subscriptions in the Nebraska av- ,
Ing Loan Att n from 1100. uO to 14,000.00
earn dividends of per cent. Board of
Trade Bldg. .
I"lxe rroot Defective Fine A defective
flue In the house at t21 Pacific ttreet
caused a J5 loss by fire Wednes
day morning. The place Is occupied by Mrs.
Kate Bayadofer and owned by Mrs. Rena
Ballway OfflolsJs at astos The Cen
tral Association, 'of Railway Officials of
Ornaiia and vicinity met at the Fa ton at
nron Wulnesday for lta usual monthly
luncheon. It wan nierery the regu'ur social
gsll.erlfig of the association.
right for Sanitary Sewer Judge L'
Eflf v. hraid argument Wednesday upon
ti.n t , t it in u of Mia. Kale. K. Davis, for an
Injunction to t-nnvriel her neighlrors, Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Tent, to Initnll a sani
tary' .'wer. A decision l .pending.
Xanaoom Park Improvement Club The
liAnscfm Park Improvement club will hold
its . adjoui'ied meeting Thursday evening
at Cole's l)Hrn, Hark ' and I'oppleton ave
nues. The mayor and membera of the city
council ere nuked to be present and a big
wetting is .premised. ' . N-
Jliohaelssn Wants Zapenses Paid Wl
dcrmnr . Mich a else n city .electrician, will,
a;k tlse council nt its next meeting to ap
pioprlate a certiln um of money to de
fray his expense to Atlantic City, N. J.,
June 1 to attend the annual convention of
the National' Electric Light association.
Asks Divorce for Cruelty Mrs. Mary
B. Patmlee- is suing Lemur-I -Parmies fordl
vcree' charging i rupjty.j Mrs. Parmlee us
rci'is thai altercaUona were frequent and
that the defettrfant several times . threat
ened her ilf ?. Once their elder son In
tervened to., protect her,- she says, and hla
father thereupon "beat him cruelly."
Tried f ot Entering ( Woman's Komt
William Irvine,, a colored man, Is being
tried on a breaking and entering charge
in district court. It la asserted that Irvine
broke into the. heme of Mrs. Martha Banka
on Nineteenth street and stole a fur cloak
and two gown. Stanley Roaewater la de
fending and L. J. Plattl prosecuting.
Plata Edits Plorenee Paper John Lubold
and E. L.. Plats have assumed the manage
ment and direction of the Florence Gazette.
Mr. Plata will act' as editor and Lubold
aa business, manager. The new editor baa
been a i ewspaper man twelve years and
la not only-thoroughly conversant with the
businote, but; Is a jnail of good judgment
and saiiaolts. ' t '.- - V-v -
Anest of Two Milk Daalsra City ' Com
missioner of Health Cornell has sworn
cut mar tarns for the arrest of two milk
Scalers accused of adulterating their
products A. F. Anderson, Fifty-ninth and
Orcver str.eu, and A. P. Grobeck, Seven
trer.tn street aud "V'anCamp avenue. The
last two nanitd was arrested for the tame
offense some time ago.
Daulsh Brotherhood dote VerdleV A
;... in u. strict, cour; Wednesday brought
I.) ti verdict for $9.0(0 for the Danish
i. ., tri.cud . of America, which fraternal
o urr brought ft suit for $17,000 agnlnst the
.1 ...;uj bialc. Hdelliy and guarantee co;n-1-..iy.
Tr.e bn tl'.erliood bonded a treasurer
in ihe company and It la claimed he tie
f.a.icil to tpe, extent of $17,000.
Boy Kaa Qua That Was Stolea Be
causa lie was carrying an old revolver that
waa atolen from a North S.xte,nth street
repair .shop five months ago, George
Butler.' a tnu.atlo' boy, was arrested Tues
day night by Officer D.C. ' Rlcli. He was
p.aced in custody of the probation officers
Wednesday. ' ' Tiie tad lives with ' his
mother, a whiu woman, at Thirteenth and
Burdeue streets, and says lis found the
revolver. 4 . . .'
Bids for Supply of Beef Bids were
ci'niti HnJi..)U,y morning at the office,
of Ueulenaai Colonel F. E. Eastman, pur
, cnusl:g omlnlsury lot led States army,
for the half yearly supplies of fresh beef
for ihs military posts of the Department
cf the MI'aom'l.' The' bidders were almost
wholly repreneniatlves of the Otnaha pack
ing liouseviomtanW'S. The names of the
successful bidders will not be made known
for several days.
Parmer . AUeges jobbery a w oinan
giving Lie numu of Frances Nurrla waa ar
rested at the State hotel last night on com
rUlnt of Klii.cr Steule, wliu says he Is a
farmer living near Kioi Creek, Neb. Steale
rays that the Noma woman stole $ from
Ma person. V.A larceny complaint waa not
filed agafnH the woman, but on the testi
mony ot Steele and admissions she made
herself in pollone, court, ahe was ent to jutt
for thirty days on another charge.
Fritt Taggl, the flwlas banker' who has
furnished a large amount of money for
the Lmip river Irrlgntlop ditch and kept
putting more money In to convert 'the dltrh
Into a power canal, will entertain In a few
day ten bankers and capitalists from his
country, who are to make a' report on pre
poeed American investment.
The company . comes to America at the
suggestion of a large mining company to
make a personal Investigation and look
over mining properties.
As Mr. Taggl Is acquainted with mem
bers of the party, he Immediately cabled
to them to visit Omaha by all mean. They
have accepted the proposition and will
visit the proposed canal of the Nebraska
When the bankers In 8wltaerland who
already have Investments In this country
heard of the party of ten who are cmini?
to America, arrangemenla were made to
Jiave a written report made on many
properties, the Loup river p wer canal in
cluded. The capitalists will go into the affairs ot
the Nebraska Power company and make a
written report on It.- -
In the opinion of those who are Inter
ested In the Nebraska Power company, the
vlsitora could not ccme t Omaha at a
more favorable time. A tentative contract
has been eloed for the construction of the
Loup river power plant. : The condition on
which an eastern company will finance
nnd build the power canal and plant, Is
that Its own engineer make a favorable re
port on the proposition so far aa the physi
cal possibilities are concerned. This engi
neer1 has gone over the ground and re
turned to the east, leaving Omaha Tues
day evening. He gave It out to directors
of th company before leaving that he had
fcund the physical conditions satisfactory
and just as represented.
The stock of the old irrigation company
la to be exchanged -for stock In. the Ne
braska Power company, so that those wio
built the Canal Will not loee by 'their in
vestment. ' ,
While the Swiss capitalists are In Omaha
they will be given an opportunity to look
over Omaha and eeral other propositions
In which they might be interested.
Holds Out Watch
Used as a Man
Slight Indiscretion on Fart of Colored
Man Leads to Hii Im
prisonment. For eommlttlnc a slight indiscretion while
playing checkers with Harry E. Ryan of
the Mawhlnney A Ryan Jewelry store. Fif
teenth and notigliis stre-ts, Monday Frank
lyn C. Mcl.'ermott. a former Fullman car
porter, began to serve thirty days Wednes
day. The game was most Interesting, valuable
watches l;elnj the checker men snd a good
chH.nct- to sell one of them to M'lermntt
be ng the prise If Ryan won. However,
after readjusting hut last year's strsw hat
HOSPITAL SITE IS BOUGHT
Forty-Second and Dewey Avenue for
SHOLES MAKES DEAL AT ONCE
Real Kstate Aarrnt Said He Had the
Beat aite and Committee
Agrees with Him After C a re
fill Limit at (libera.
Modern Woodmen of America Take
in Over Three Hundred Mem
hers at Once.
About iMl new members were Initiated
Into the mysteries of woodcraft at a Joint
meeting of the eight Omaha lodges of the
Modern Woodmen of America at Creigh-
' ton hall last night. The long procession.
The Nebraska Orthopedic hospital will be footing of the drill teama of the Omaha j
located at Korty-aernn.1 st,e,t and Dewe, l" no.aaiea,
avenue on a trtrt comprising more than '""T: f AT C"t TTi
, ..... ,.. . from the lodge rooms at Fifteenth and
eix acres, seieciea ny me cooimiiiee ana
r. V. 8l-.oes ma1e the d?al, having
showed memliers of the committee and offi
cers of tile stste the tract during the last
few days. A. P. Tukey& Son were agents
for a part of the Irs-ct and were In on the
the back of his head, knocking the I deal. The seIers were the National Land
perlque ashes out of his briar and an
nouncing that he would call next week to
buy a watch, McDermott prepared to leave
Supposing the checker gstne was over,
after both men had Jumped the timepieces
around the tray rather promiscuously for
a while, Ryan proceeded to replace the
watches in the showcase. But Just aa a
little Joke Mr. McDermott slipped one of
them under cover of his expansive palm
from the tray toward h s trouser's pocket.
M Interpreting the move as a bit of
holding out on the colored man's part, and
not wishing to lose any. of the checker men,
the Jeweler mildly remonstrated with his
intended customer about placing a watch
In any but a watch pocket.
Returning the watch McDermott suddenly
remembered that he had an Important en
gagement and left the store. But when
found by Detectives Mitchell and Sullivan
the next day his business had been finished
and he was able to accompany them to Jail.
A grand larceny complaint waa first filed
against him. but as It appeared that such
a charge probably would fall 'through on
the eMdence at hand when the case reached
a Jury th charge was changed to vagrancy
and suspicious character, on which Mc
Dermott was convicted. v-
Captured Man, Dick Haith, Said' to
Answer Description of a
" Night Frowler.
Laborer Hangs Himself in Jail with
Suspenders, hut is Cut
Despondent because of the trouble into
which he hid gotten from drinking and
because, he could not overcome the habit,
Donald Shrouds, a laborer, whose home
and relatives are said to be in Chicago,
rled to commit suicide in hla cell at the
city Jail late Tuesday afternoon by hang
ing himself with hia suspenders.
Jailer Jack Bhepard happened to pass the
cell and cut the man down while he waa
still alive. After working on him for some
time the police, surgeon revived him and It
la thought he will suffer no aerloua ef
fects from the experience. . ,
He was arrested two weeks ago. for
drunkenness, and after .serving a ten-day
sentence, waa given transportation to the
Inebrate asylum at Lincoln. He did not
stay there and got Into Jail in Omaha aguin
Tuesday morning. He la now In the county
Jail under careful guard.
Hlgger. Better. Buster That's what ad
vertising In The Bee does for your
FUNERAL OF CROFTS THURSDAY
Services Will Re Held la Cooncll
Bluffs for "Poet Preacher," Who
Died at Beatrice Thursday,.
The funeral of the late Rev. George W.
Crofts, the "Poet Preacher," will ake place
Thuisday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the
First Congregational church In Council
Dr. Crofta died Sunday evening at West
Point, where he has been preaching for the
last two years. He was for a number of
years pastor of the First Congregational
church of Council Bluffs, and . about flf
tven years ago went n Beatrice as pastor
lot the First Congregational church of that
elty. Falling health Induced him. to. resign
hla Beatrice pastorate two or more years
ano, but he waa later induced to accept
thu call to West Point. Only recently he
atketl to be relieved from that pastorate,
but his t ongrt ga. Ion dectlned to accept his
' Dr. Crofts was one ' of the beat known
ministers in the 'wesf. He was a man of
the highest literary attainments and a poet
of nit-'ie than, national reputation. -He is
the author of several volumes of poetry
ur.O his contributions have repeatedly ap
peared in all the leading publications of the.
country aa well as in many European pub
his "F-aster Sermon n Verse," delivered
in Beatrice in , has become k clatsic
and already nas Deen pumished Ifi many
languages.. Dr. t'rofts.was 70 years of age
at the time' of his death. He Is survived
by Ytit. wife and a daughter, Mrs. O. W.
Luniuis of Denver.
After a short struggle. C. A. Lagston.
who lives at Nicholas street, succeeded
In landing a would-be burglar and holding
him until the arrival of the police about
12:30 last night. Complaints have been re
ceived by the police that a man waa prowl
ing around In different parte of the city
for some time, but they have been unable
to get anyone who answered the descrip
tion. This man seems to fit the description
to the letter as it has been given by sev
eral people who claim to have seen him.
It is very evident that he pried the front
door open, aa he made no noise until he
was Inside. When Lagston heard him in
the house he Immediately aroae and grap
pled with him.
The man gives hla name as Dick Haith,
living at 622 North Nineteenth street, and
says he came from New Tork abiiut one
year ago. He Is of medium stature and
'wore no hat, showing his head to be bald
back almost to the crownv which Is in ac
cordance with the description furnished.
At tht time approaches when a
double burden rests n the mother's
shoulders, nourishing end strength
ening food must be provided in
plenty. The superb vitality of per
tect womanhood may be Insured if
the way. is steadily prepared by a
persistent use ot
This rich, wholesome food combines
the nutritive and tonic properties of
malt and hops, gives strength to the
mother and provides nourishment
In abundance, for jLfte growing child. .
' 17ms It rmf PIm
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Deaee ft oca Yoear
ROME MILLER DINES COUNCIL
COMMITTEE ON LIGHTING
Has Democratic Dads and Michael,
son at I.anrh at Hla
Four democratic councllmen were en
tertained at lunch at the Rome Wednesday.
Rome Miller and the Ginger club of the
W0 block wer. the hosts.
Three of the four democrats are mem
bers of the lightning committee of the
council. The four present at the confer
ence were Councilman, Brucker, Funk
houser, Johnson and Sheldon, the first
three bolng members' of the lighting committee.
Councilman Brucker said the meeting was
to discuss the proposed lighting featurea
In the block which the property rwners
are boosting at piesent and that tha light
ing commute of the council waa being
entertained for that purpoae. However,
the preaent lighting committee wil pass out
of existence before anything can be done
for the block, in fact. It la non-existent
now, but this seemed to make nc differ
ence to the informant In imparting the
reason- for the strange gathering. City
Electrician Mlchaelsen waa another gueat.
company and the Provident Real Estate
Known as "Ralph Place- the tract tn
which the hospital takes blocks 2 and S,
consisting of thirty-two lots. Is within a
short distance of a beautiful residence dis
trict o Omaha. It Is Just two blocks from
the home of C. T. Kountie. president of
the First National bank, and about the
same distance from other beautiful homes.
Ralph Place 'la sightly hut somewhat
rough and will be graded at once, making
It a very desirable place for the Orthopedic
hospital of the state.
The business men Who have signified
their Intention of presenting the state with
a building for such an Institution will now
be given an opportunity. Plans will be
made at once for the building.
The Nebraska Orthopedic hospital, which
is to be located in Omaha and made one
of the leading Institutions of the kind In
the United States was authorized by an
act of the legislature of 1903 and designed
to provide hospital care for the crippled
and deformed children of the state, who
by such treatment might be converted
from wards of the municipalities or coun
ties from which they came to men and
women, who in one way or another might
become self-sustaining and Independent.
When the plara for the hospital In
Omaha are completed they will give the
unfortunate ones not only hospital care,
but provision will be made to give them
an education which will make It possible
for them to do many things which only
the strong In body usually have the oppor
tunity to learn.
Aa many of the children will have to be
In the Institution a long time before their
bodily aliments can be cured. If at all,
their schooling will not be neglected.
The preaent hospital occupies a part of
the Home of the Friendless at Lincoln.
In hla report to Governor Sheldon Dr.
John P. Lord of Omaha, superintendent of
the hospital, reported at the end of 1908
that the dally average attendance last
year waa 32. v hile the total received for
treatment since the hospital was organized
There Is a great need for the hospital,
according to Dr. Lord, and many more
children will be cared for when the new
Institution la organized and opened in
Douglas streets, marched up to Sixteenth,
down to Howard and around the block to
The meeting was opened by C. E. Whelan
of Madison." Wis., supreme lecturer of the
Modern Woodmen. He set forth In force
able manner the purpose of the organisa
tion and the benefits derived by Its mem
bers front the lodgo and the association
with the members.
"This organization,'' he sa:d. "is hu'lt
upon the enthusiasm and loyalty of the
Individual membeia. not upon that of the
head consul or his deputies or the board
of dlrectora. but upon you, the Individual.
It wilt go on growing, tnrreaalng from Its
present million to a million and a quarter,
then to a million and a half, and so on
until It has reached two million."
Mr. Whelan'a address was followed by
a short talk by Nelson C. Pratt, a member
of the law committee of the order, who
read a telegram of congratulation from
A. R. Talbot, head consul of the Wood
man, now at a council meeting at Rock
Island, In which he expressed his appre
ciation of the work done by the Omaha
lodges in Increasing their membersh'n so
greatly In a short time. Pi"a.t traced in
order from lta founding In low, in IMS
through Its rapid growtn, until n jw It
covera every state In the union.
C. H. T. Rlepen, apeclal deputy consul
and clerk of lodge No. 120, presided at
the meeting. Among the other prominent
Woodmen present were: State Deputy Head
Consul E. E. ' Kester of Lincoln; W. C.
James of Omaha, special deputy consul,
and 8. D. Woddley.
Walter Miller Thus Punctuates His
Flea for Jnst One More
Than the Razor
Policeman with RstbrMakes Colored
Gent with Carver ' Tool '
"De razor am mightier than the gun," It
hath bten said.
Be that as It may, Andy Locke, colored,
decided to close up his carving kit and
quit business when Officer Aughe threat
ened to get out his shooting irons.
x The officer ordered Locke to go home
and stop annoying a woman whom he was
following at Twelfth and Capitol avenue
last night. Locke refused and drawing his
razor made toward the policeman. Aughe
had his revolver handy and by threatening
to shoot stopped Locke before he did any
damage. The case against the negro will
be 'heard In police court Thuraday morning.
He Uvea at 311 North Twelfth and has often
been In Jail.
Quick Action for Vour Money You get
that by using The Bee advertising columns.
MR. GHYST JIST HATES COPS
Orchard tt Wllhelnt t'arpet Company
Announce a special sale of novelty net
lace curtain on Monday, May 24th.
The curtains we.e made for us by a man
ufacturer who was unable to keep his
mill bury, and In order to get business he
sold us these r.t a special reduction. They
will be sold at from one-fourth to one
third less than their regular value.
There are 61 styles to select from rang
ing in prices from 9c per pair up to .Va.
Sale commences Monday morning, May
Better. Busier That's what ad
ln The Bee doea tor your
Wheat One Breaks His Clnb on
Head He Jumps Throagh
Norman Ghyst "Jlst" hates the cops.
When Officer Drlscoll called at his home,
402 North Fourteenth street, Monday night
to settle a little family dispute Ghyst Just
naturally climbed out of the back window
after allowing the officer to break hla club
over hla head, and left the bluecoat for
Mrs. Ghyst to entertain. However, the po
liceman did the entertaining by taking the
woman for an auto ride to the police sta
tion, where ahe waa registered aa a dia
urber of the peace.
Later Ghyet, who is a peddler, was ar
rested when he ventured forth Tuesday
morning with a I' ad of vegetables to sell.
But he won't do aqy peddling for a month,
as Judge frawford sent him to Jail for
that time, while the mart's wife was fined
$6 and costs.
As the result or a decidedly Mrenuou
argument which he conducted Monday
night after preparing for the debate by
studying the labels and contents of cer
tain attractive bottlea. Walter Miller. o$
North Sixteenth street, reluctantly contri
buted $12 B0 Wednesday morning to the
coffers of police court.
While emphaslilrug a point he wa mak
ing in a debate with the bartender of a
saloon at Fourteenth and Dodge streets
and trying to persuade the bartender to
allow him to sample Just one more. Miller
stabbed L. McGary, a bystander. Tha
wound was not serious, so Instead Of try
ing him on a more serious charge, Miller
was fined for disorderly conduct.
TEACHER AND EDITOR AT
SCHOOL FORJDEAF LET OUT
R. K. Bowell Dlseharaed for Insub
Vote for White.
R. E. Sowell, teacher at the Deaf and
Dumb institute and editor of the Institute's
paper, was 'discharged by order of the atate
board having oversight of the school, but
upon the request of Governor Bhallen
berger he was reinstated aa teacher until
the end of the school year. The editorship
of the paper will be given to another,
The cause of the discharge of Mr. Sowell
was insubordination. At a recent meeting
of the teachers employed at the Institute
resolutions commendatory of the work of
Retiring Superintendent White were passed
by the votes of thirty-three agalnat the one
dissenting voice of Mr. Sowell.
All proceedings of the teachers' meeting
are always published in the institute's
paper, but Editor Sowell refused to publish
the resolutions aa he h-ad consistently
worked for the deposition of Mr. White
and the appointment of R. E. Stewart as
superintendent. The superintendent, aa
such, instructed the editor of the paper
to publish the resolutions, but upon flat
refusal he reported the matter to the state
bosrd. The board then Instructed the
superintendent to discharge the editor
teacher. G' vernor Bhallenberger waa then Im
portuned In the behalf of Mr. Sowell and,
at bis request, Mr. White has relnatated
him In hla capacity as teacher until the
end of tha school year.
Governor Bhallenberger has aigned R. E.
Stewart's commission as superintendent of
the school for the deaf and dumb to begin
June 15. Mr. White, the retiring superin
tendent, says he has aa yet no definite
plans for the future.
Pennsylvania. Lines Stepovers.
On first-class tickets reading over Penn
sylvania lines ten days' stop-overs. Includ
ing date of deposit, are now allowed, upon
notice to conductor, at either or all the
following cities: Pittsburg, Washington,
Baltimore or Philadelphia, and at Indian
apolis and Columbus. Also effective June I
at Dayton. .
COUNTING ROOM CHRISTENED
Ouiaha Chapter,. American Institute
of Banklaa, Holds Its An
nual Meetlnit. . .
Tuesday evening some seventy-five mem
bers of the Omaha chapter, American In
stitute of Banking, christened the new ac
counting room of the First National bank.
The Omaha chapter ot the American In
stitute of Bank.ng, although organised only
last October, has already become one of
the moat active chaptera of the country.
Meetings are held munthly and have de
veloped a great deal of Interest along line
of uutual benefit and education to the
members. This being the annual meetlhg.
oiflcers for the ensuing year were elected
as follows: President, J. C. McClure; vice
president, N. O. Reckard;. secretary, J. H.
Hail; treasurer. J. A! Lyons.
The following , program was also pre
sented: ."' 1
Adding Medicine Contest & cash prise.
Question Box. contacted by Mr. E. K.
Folds, vice president of I'nion Stock lard
. A Scene from Ancient Rom.
Quarrel- Scene Frena i Juilua "Caesar
Brutus, Oacar IKjeu; Caasiua. 0. S. Ham
Uteav.. --- ' . r ..
la addition to the -jweareaniji very Inter
esting talk waa given by John Steele on
his observation while (ji Cuba.
Deth frea l)4 Poison
waa prevented by O. W. Cloyd. Plunk. Mo.,
who healed hla dangerous wound with
Bucklen's Arnica 8 aire. 35c. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co
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Hi aito tar, 3 trs i ftTmit
IHIia'SliasW aatp' Sea-HS, WsjtpW
We announce for Saturday another
great sale on
Men's Spring Suits
offering additional lots from our recent under-prlce purchase. These
suits failed to arrive in time for the great sale ot last Saturday, so
the values in this sale will be even more phenomenal than before.
Pee sample suits in our windows and watch Friday papers
for further announcement.
Suits Worth S20.00 up, at
-Tis HOtrss or biom Mtrarrr
Regent SKoc Co., 205 S.. 15th' St.
Round Trip Rates
TO THE EAST.
Very low and attractive round trip rates, thirty day limits, td'eastern r
eorts, daily commencing early In June, as follows:
New York 'City, standard routes S4320
New ork City, differential routes $40.50
Anbury Park, standard routes $41.70
Anbury Park, differential routes $40.35
Atlantic City, standard routes w $41.00
Atlantic City, differential routes $40.70
Portland, Me $42.35
Boston .... i
Alexandria Bay (Thousand Islands)
Muskoka Lakes, Ont
Dally, Commencing June 1st.
OCTOHElt SIST LIMIT.
Boston (side trip can be made to New York at small cost)
Buffalo, one-way via Northern Steamship Company
Reduced excursion rates, In effect daily commencing June 1st, with all
summer limits, to resorts In Wisconsin, Michigan. Canada, New Jersey, New
York, etc., including trips via ths Great Lakes, will be quoted on application.
October Slst Limit.
Seattle. Tacoma, Portland, commencing May 20th...
Seattle throutrh California, commencing May 20th....
Riut Pranclsco and Ls Angeles, commencing May JOth, !
San FranclM-o and Los Angeles, June 1 and 2, June 34 to July 10. .
Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo, commencing June 1st
Rait Lake and Ogden, commencing June 1st
Yellowstone Park, Including rail, stage and hotels in park for five
and one-half days tour $84.50
Codv. Wto diverging and outfitting point for Yellowstone Park,
commencing June 1st.
Sheridan. Wyo. (Eaton's Ranch), commencing June 1st... ,
Deadwood and Lead, 8. D., commencing June 1st
Hot Springs, 8. 1)., commencing Jnne 1st
Thermopolls (Hot Springs), Wyo., commencing June 1st
Three highest class trains dally to Chicago morning, afternoon sod
evening. Chlcago-Nebraeka, Limited, Electric Lighted, :80 P. M.
Let me help you plan your trip the most attractive way at tn least cost.
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