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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 29, 1909)
T1IE HEK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1000.
M1III OPPOSES COMPROMISE
District Clerk Fighti Proposed Set
tlement with Broadwell.
DETEEMUJZD TO SET PRECEDENT
lie la ftappnrtr In Ilia Objection by
Former Commissioner W. G.
Ire, Who Pile tin
The attempt of the Hoard of County Cora
misMor.ers to compromise with Frank A.
Broadwell for fees taken as clerk of the
Board of.. Clmmlssloners of Insanity, haa
received two protest. One objection to the
compromise la the appeal filed by former
County Clmmlssloner W. A. Ure and the
other is a manifesto from Robert Smith,
clerk of district court.
Mr. Smith aays he la determined to have
the question settled squarely on Its merits.
Either he will have all the warrants, as
ha thinks he la entitled to, or he will have
none. If tha courts ao determine.
It ia believed the Broadwell appeal will
result tn a Judicial and final settlement
of the question.
Mr. Smith's letter runs thus:
To the Hoard of County Commissioners
ot Douglas County, Nebraska:
I have in my possession warrants Nob.
9404 and Vtttil aggregating lfei.45, covering"
tees earned by ine as ciera to, and member
of, the lloaru of tomniissiontri of Insan
ity of this county,
1 had -hoped mat tho question of the
county s Inurest in these fees might have
born ileu i iiiintu in tin- uc:ion commenced
by your honorable Douy against my pre
uecessor in otiice, out you havo com
pioiiiised said suit.
Your reooiiition of December 18, 1900,
gives f uniit i idslrict Clerk Frank A.
ijioadttsu d cltan title to 17,800 ol sucn
lees, (.which a. i, mint includes Interest) and
trees linn no.u u.i .jbuaiion to tne county
for eulned, uui uncollected fees to tne
ariiount ut i. in j i.ctn io,oJ, all ior u
KiiixiucraLioii 01 l.zo.
Deputy County Attorney Magney tells
you in tils opinion ot October 2, lMt, that,
"ihe statute does not require the clerk
ot tne Insanity commission to account tor
his lees, as such, to the county."
And again in the same opinion he says:
"The county may win and it muy lose
and 1 tnlnk no ono can at the tlmo state
with any degree of certainty what the
final outcome of the suit may be."
In view of tin ion-going, l propose to
place tnetie w at ranis in the county treasury
to Lie in-ill p ntiing tne rcsuit of an uc
t.un, . i . . ,i . ..iii,, Urk ou to bung to
deiei'ii.nn.- tli.i,' ov ii'i snip.
i ,i i... n,..i ....kii ...a have early at-
ttlH.u.l Ut jmll' lldlldS.
1 win i.ut, i o.ii.riinio. Klther this money
belongs iu uud.as cdunty or it Is mine.
My pieueceosoi s in office have presumed
that such fees belonged to them and have
governed themselves and the fees accord
ingly. 1 have no desire to follow this pre
ceo en t.
Before I appropriate any funds to my
own use 1 want to know that I have a
right to them.
it is my sincere desire that you co-operate
with me In this matter. You owe It
to yourselves, to the taxpayers and to
me as a public official.
Wishes to Study
Simple Westphalian Youth Will Find
' "Indians" Here a Puzzling Sub
ject, Says Mayor.
From far away Mucnster, In Westphalia,
has come to the Board of Education of
Omaha a letter showing that In soma re
spects the world Is pretty wide and scat
tered. A man who Is evidently educated to a
high degree wishes to locate tn . Omaha
ns a teacher In the high school. He naively
Intimates that he has recently taken up
the study of Indians and their character
istics. In the furtherance of his studies,
he says, he would like to get a situation
"with a small Income attached, forever or
for a few years." He believes In his sim
ple Westphalian way that he can find In
this city the opportunity desired to study
"There are Indians here, sure enough,"
said Mayor Dahlman, when he heard of
tha letter. "I foar that the man in
Muenster would be rather puxzlcd than
educated if he were to mix with them.
For several years I have been mixing and
studying myself, but the Indians I have
mot about these diggings are still a mys
tery to me. . Maybe I'll know some more
about them this time next year."
Sutton to Retain
looks as if He Will Continue An
other Year, Though Against
It looks ra.Pn and more as If Judge A. L.
Button wilt continue to preside over crim
inal trials tn district court after the Feb
ruary term has begun. Judge Sutton says
he would prefer to take one of the law
dockets, but no judge has como forward
with an expression of willingness to relieve
Judge Button of his present position.
Tha seven judges will meet Saturday
and settle Incumbencies of dockets for the
year beginning February 1. Until It Is de
termined definitely who shall have the
criminal trials th"re will be no decision
with regard to calling a rand Jury, ac
cording to statements given out.
GOLD : BADGE FOR MATRON
Belated thxlsduas Present Bestowed
m lira. McPhrrson by Dep
A paat due Christmas gift was received
at the county Jail Tuesday by Mrs. Jennie
Mcl'herson, matron of the women's depart
ment. The gift took the form of a cold
badge and was the present of deputy sher
iffs smployed at the Jail. The speech of
presentation was made by James Talbot
and was responded to briefly by Mrs. Mc
- Pherxon. Mrs. McPherson is now entering
: her fifteenth year of service In the posi
tion. , Tha gift would have been made
Christmas day, but did not arrive in time.
O MID EIIIS
Reducing Stocks Before Invoicing
Here are special offers for Wednesday
Great Price Reductions
30-inch Astrakhan Cape Iff A
worth $26, at J1U
Near Seal Jackets worth fOC
$50.00, at Jt)D
Brook Mink Jackets worth (POT
$65.00, at $OJ
Krlmmer Jackets worth f Oft
$59.00, at J Oil
52-lnch Blended Squirrel tflfi
Coat worth $169, at 5FO
Near Seal Jackets, beaver
collar worth $69, at t)7
Aleutian Seal Coat, 52 Inches, $7F
' worth $125, at e?l O
50-inch Caracul Coat CCET
worth $95, at ?Ud
Grey Coney Box Coat
worth $50, at
BO-inch Pony Coats
worth $75, at
1 I' r 1 .. . ,
All new styles in women's
pretty neckwear, stocks, jab
ots, bows, etc worth
up to 60c each,
Also insertions pretty new
designs various widths, a
worth up to 15c yard hi
at, per yard v
ext Monday. January. 3d
Greatest Clearing Sale
THAT EVER TOOK PLACE IN OMAHA.
Our entire stock of Winter Good3 will be sacrificed
Prices will be reduced lower than ever before.
The reason that Brandeis styles are always correct is
because we never carry over anything from one season to
another. We begin each season with all new goods. That
is why we sacrifice everything in our stock, at this great
January Clearing Sale. "
DOANE GIVEN A CAPTAINCY
Word of Promotion of Lieutenant Ee
ceived at Headquarters.
SON OF JUDGE DOANE OF OMAHA
Man Who Served aa Judge Advocate
of Department of" Missouri Gets.
"Step" and Is Assigned to
The Midwest Life
Mr. George S. Southworth is an
other of the younger agents ot The
Midwest Life who is making good.
He graduated from Kenyon College,
Ohio, last eiTlng at the age of 21. hi
September, 1909, he entered the
agency service of the Midwest Life
without previous experience. He was
high roan for the month ot November,
writing twenty thousand ot new busi
ness. On December 21, 1909, Mr.
Southworth and Miss Sue Williams
were married at Columbus, O. Miss
Williams U a slater of C. L. Williams,
who Is also one of tbq general ageuts
of The Midwest Life. Mr. Williams
and Mr. Bouthworth maintain a Joint
office at Norlolk, the former working
oat from there and the latter west.
Mr. Southworth and his bride will
reach Norfolk, which will be their fu-
lura home, one day this wek.
Word hfts been received at army head
quarters of the appointment of First Lieu
tenant W. Q. Doane to the full rank of
captain. He is assigned to the Nineteenth
' Captain Doane Is a son of Judge Doane
of Omaha, and was for four years Judge
advocate of the Department of the Mis
souri. ., . ;
Brigadier General Charles Morton has
sufficiently recovered from his recent In
disposition to resume Ms active duties ns
commander of the Department of the Mis
souri at army headquartt is.
Orders have been Issued from army head
quarters formally relieving, Captain John
L. Hlnes as assistant to the chief quar
termaster of the Department of the Mis
souri, and as quartermaster In charge of
the Omaha quartermaster depot. Captain
Hlr.es will leave for Ma new post of duty
at Nagasaki, Japan,' December 31. He will
be succeeded herq by Captain F. L. Dolles,
recently assigned to the quartermaster de
partment of the array. ' .
Two general courts-niartlal have been
ordered to convene at Fort Riley, Kan ,
for the trial of miscellaneous offensos. Tho
courts will assemble December 20.
Orders have been Issued from the Wir
department directing that the troops of the
army, stationed nexr tile larger cities.
shall attire themselves neatly and tn pre
sentable uniforms when visiting the cities
on leaves of absence. The order Is Issued
In view of certain- complaints that the
soldiers of the army were careless In their
dress, these complaints - coming from
civilians. ' , '
Prlvato F. K. Chirk ' of Company K,
Third battalion of engineers, has been or
dered transferred to the hospital corps for
A general court-miirttal was convened at
Fort Mackensie, Wyo., Monday, for the
trial of miscellaneous offenses against
Honorable discharges by .purchase have
beun granted these enlisted men of the
regular army: Corporate A. R. Trotman,
band. Ninth cavalry; C. T. Lee, Battery
1, Sixth field artillery; Mechanlo Homer
O'Neill, Battery A, Fourth fll1 artillery;
Privates William Sky, Battery ii, Blxth
field artillery; Ben Frlaby, Company L.
Eleventh Infantry; fc. J. Hart, Troop D.
and 8. Meyers, Troop 1, Fourth cavalry;
II. M. tituckel. Troop K, Eighth cavalry,
and T. F. Bourke, Company1 U, eighteenth
Pride ia the ambition of Ut;
Pride ia tba strife of tbs bonr;
Tbsra la nothing so good for Ufa
As Pride of Omaha Flour.
MUS. JACUU CON KLIN,
Nebraska City, Neb.
J FLOUR ?;:
An order on Her Grocer for a
24-lb Sack of Pride of Gmatia
Flour to Every Woman
who malls u.4 a verse of four to six
lines (which we use for advertising) about
Pride of Omaha Flour.
Updike Milling Co.
1813 Sherman At., Omaha, Jtsb.
Story with Real
The efficacy of ChamiMtriain'a Ltntmcpt
In tha relief of rheumatism la balng deinon-
I strated daily. ,
Ed Green, a Black Man, Pursues John
Brown, Whose Face is
Here Is a police story with a real color
Ed Green, . who Is very black, was ar
rested for mysteriously pursuing John
Brown, an insurance agent who Is very
Mr. Brown found that he was followed
by Green and fearing a general dark de
sign called the blue-coats. Officer L'lmer
arrested Green, who turned blue In Jail.
It all turned out rosy In police court,
however, when Mr. Green was discharged.
FLEISCHMAN GOES ON STRIKE
Meat Inspector llalfca om Teatlaa;
Christmas tiooae to Determlue
How It Died.
Meat Inspector Flelschman Is on strike
and tha suspicious goose turned over to the
health department has been marked for
embalming and preservation as an exhibit
In tha health commissioner's museum.)
When the matter . of analysing the
roasted, .rejected goose brought in by Cltl
sen Davis cams to the test, Flelschman
balked on the proceeding advised by Sani
tary Inspector Tom Harrington.
"Let the lrlsher bite It," said Flelsch
man, "Ilia etoumch la tougher than mind."
The Winter Style Hook 20c
Including a IRc pattern Free.
For 8. 4V H. Graan Stamp Collectors
P re-Inventory Sales
. The strongest baying Incentive of the closing year are marie
WetlneBrtay. Seasonable gootU, the very things you need right now are
priced at lower figures than we daro name at any other lime. It a
. week of relentless stork reducing and deeply cut prices are the most
powerful Influence to gain our end. lied Letter Iay makes these sales
of two-fold Interest. 10 extra Mamps free to all who bring their books.
yn rn fs
l' f V VSUEWBBfiSII
LJ jf tmsrssam
3 DAYS PRE-INVEMTORY CLEARING
en's Finest Clothing
The pick of the stock now, men.
Every one of our choicest models in
any style, or color, or pattern. The
most fashionably designed and
highest grade, hand-tailored cloth
ing America produces. Among
them are the well known "Rush
more" garments, the acme of $25.00
clothing value. Business men, pro
fessional men, all men who dress
well speak in no uncertain terms of
the high character of these gar
ments. We are stock-reducing this
week in anticipation of our semi
annual inventory and offer you un
restricted choice of any suit or over
coat in the house for $17.50.
A Small Lot of Big Boys1 Overcoats
Slzea 16 to 19 Years
Coats f?f" Coats
were lllij were
2,000 select suits, coats' and dresses, most of which came to us
much below. the maker's original cost on account of an exceedingly
mild. November. Early in December we bought these garments at an
average of 60c on the dollar, allowing us to place prices on them much
less than would be necessary under normal conditions. Now with a
sweeping half off to clear up before Inventory the bargains are nothing
short of sensational,
Any Suit in House
Any Coat in House
Any Cloth Dress
These are positively the best $40.00, $45.00 and $50.00 values
ever shown In Omaha. Not only are they worth that In Intrinsic qual
ity values, but the styles are such that the moat fastidious fashion fol
lower wjll approve.
Regular and extra sizes are here a complete range of colors is
shown. No odds and ends; no Imperfections; no undesirables of any
kind, but the highest of high class garments, up to $50, all one price, $25
rim i sijji hp u j US JRIILB UIVlP iHjIM 1 1U RHVVIIMBBVVBBssflaaaaaHi
t,nok for oach lot plainly placarded
Monday women's and man's hand
kirchlofs, Swiss and .linen lianil
Uerchef. hunstltched, omhroldored,
scalloped and Initial handkerchiefs
fic kinds for ao
lOo kinds for 4o
12U6 Mnds for So
lSe kl ml s for 7c
26c kinds for lOo
Also all the more rxnonsive kinds
less than half regular values.
Broken lines of women's kid and
KnpUsh cape gloves, . worth A(t
to J1.2B; clearinR at, pair. . . ,
Rllka tnr .. ,
lot nt r1rilrtitlr.il., . Int.. .. -I r.,,.
;- . ....w.wf. j ..rw iiuu. C111KS
that people are buying must now, too:
TUnV Bill,, anil nl.tln '
....... ...,n a,. 1,11,1, an no.
iniiciiw, in u o i o r s
and black; Mesca
lines, colors and
black; l'eau de
ors nnd black;
ia w nt n It
mere de Sole; White
Wash Silks, etc.
positive 75c and SI
silks, all this week,
fects, worth to SSc, at, yard
in narrow band cf-
ram, iu 'H''H'simi vii
Fre-Enventory Corset Clearance
Three splendid bargain lots for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Some are overstocks, some are odd lots. The underpriclng is unusuai
and should attract throngs of women.
t'outil and Batiste Cor
set, in long and me
dium lengths, -yp
line ?i values.
75c Corsets I n three
lengths strong and
durable, will 5QJ
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
rX.OTJBi Bennett's Ex
celsior Klour, per sack,
(lncludUK 100 stamps I
f..r ... X.75
Kennett's Golden Coffee,
And 30 stamps.
Teas, assorted, lb 680
And 60 stamps.
Tea Hlftlntis, lb 18o
And 20 stamps.
Golden Kagle Currants,
lb. pkK X2o
And 10 Stamps.
Bennett's Capitol Mince
Meat. 3 pkKS 850
And 10 stamps
Codfish, H pkg. ...95o
And 10 stamps.
Soabla Stumps on Bat-
California Layer Raisins
Initial Seeded Kalslns
lb. pkg 100
Crackers, large uhsi t t-
nient, pkK 10o
And 10 stamps.
Capitol Hnklnn 1'owder,
lb. can 810
And 20 stamps.
Bennett's Capitol Whent,
Oats. 1'aniHke llo
And 1U stamps.
Hartley's Jams, assorted.
per Jar 85e
And 20 stamps.
Hartley's pure Oranti
Murmalade, Jar . ...30o
And 10 stainDS.
Ij'ork and Beana "Best
t e Have brand, larne
And 20 stamps.
MlKiionette I'eas, three
And 10 stamps.
White Ouk Corn, three
Tea Garden Preserves
40c jars for .
Calumet Restaurant For Sale
Jnjumrv 3. 1910. at 10:30 A. M.. at 615 Brandeis
Building, Omaha, I shall sell at public auction to the highest
.... - . . . I ' a. A. A 1 aV J A.
bidder, the Caluniet, uraana s largrsi resiaurant, iwwwt-u m
1411-13-15 Douglas St. Further particulars on application, j
EDWARD F. LEARY. Trustee' j
COS Brandeis Building. Omaha, Nebraska j
pi i VT I "TT i pai'iil I'
!.- . g"fn K
BAILEY fit 1VIACH
" ' yA DENTISTS
f - 1 i i a IamtaI Afflra In fhA mMrlla WML
lysf-.J HlKhest grade dentistry at reasonaoi prices.
Porcelain tilling". Just like the tooth. All lnstru
ments caretully aterilUed after each patient.
TlllltU FLK)U PAXTON 11UCK
Cor Kith nnd Fsrnain Hta.
Nebraska Military Academy, Lincoln
A Military Boarding School
has many advantages over a public school. The combined routine and
variety of Its exercises stimulates the boys' Interest and tends to form
habits of system and punctuality valuable in later life.
The Academy Is moved and settled in its new building and has
accommodations for twenty more cadets.
No entrance examinations are required.
New term opens on Tuesday. January 4, 1910.
Li t or lUlUi iutmou ttuuie&o m. Mr, iiuj nnnii nui'i,, a.-v.
THOUSANDS of our
1884) are filling highest
positions ot trust and
profit. We put young
men and women in tha
way of true success in life. Ours Is a
thoroughly equipped, working school
with a school atmosphere and advan
tages second to no other. Practical,
thorough. Alicouass. 900 students
No saloons. Write for prospectus.
LINCOLN BUSINISS OOLLIOI
SO rth lath Stmt LIbmIs, Nak.
a tm i i
Be a Trained Uum
$25.00 a Week
An opportunity ! otfurod tn ynnnf rnnmmi who wlh 10
become traluaa iiiihi to mr oti; ot luo tttrt Tralnln.f
SohooU In Oiilawe. Klterl niir.el rwm f0!!'
wrrk. Onxlimto of this nobool arsellilbla to momb.ri.nlp
In State and National Awoolatlone of Nure. The couih
oomprliri 9 Team of tralnlnn I n pra'lol and theoretical
nQralnaiidlatlioro"ithlnallbrncheor tbe work. Tul.
tlon, board and lamidrr free, and amull remuneration nftfr
second month. The phynloal.mormlan.1 nonlat welfare of
tudenU sreoarefullir guarded, for particular!, audrcaa
Miss Caroline Soellnkr, 8uft.
Lakeside Hospital Training School for Nurses,
4IT LA KB AVINUI, CHICAOO, ILL.
M MM n
UP TO DATE
' Brewery $a&
Long skirted and high
. . 300 U
Or. Connell refused to order cither man to
put his tevth In the discarded Christmas
dinner. After long nnd careful delibera
tion, tha bird was turned over to Dr. Lang
felt to be unstuf fed from the bread crumbs,
brka and onions, and to tx- restuffed wlih
mummy fluid, then pickled In hard water
as a curiosity.
"We'll leave It here to be remembered
by In years to come," says Major Barker.
M'NALLY COMES NEv7 YEAR'S
Omaha Hork Islander Ilesumes
Kcsldrace sad Of tire Iter
J '. i Then. ,
New Year day In the llock Island of
fices. Fourteenth and.Farnara streets, will
not mean "out with the old and In with
Uis new." . On the other hand one of the
old-time men of tha service- la cumin
back to Orir.ha nnd the new man is goln
John 8. McNally of Oklahoma City, for
merly division passenger agent In Omaha,
Is coming back to take up his former posi
tion, which, however, has grown In im
portance since lie left here many years
bko. Mr. and Mrs. McNally will arrive In
Omaha Thursday or Frlifuy to again take
up their residence In Omaha.
George 8. Pentecost, who has been In
Omaha less than a year as division pas
senger agent, will go to Kansas City as
assistant general passnngei agnnt. Mr.
and Mra. Pentecost' will probably leave the
pity Friday for their new home.
Don't let stomach, liver nor kidney
trouble down you, when you can quickly
don them with Kloctrlc Hitters. 60a For
sale by Beaton Drug Co
rAnn mi Weak and nervous men
EKJXJU lUil who tlnd their pjwr to
NFDVFC work and youthful I'ltcor
v j tone a result of over
work or mental exertion should take
GRAY'S NEK VK FOOD PILLS. They wlU
make you est and sleep and be a man
SI Box; I boxes S2.60 by mall.
GHEE.31A.S ! UcCOHNCLL SSUO CO,
Cur. letli and Dodge Streets.
OWL DaVUa COiKPAMY,
Cor. 10th and Karuey Sts., Omaha. Sen.
I8H9LEC0LF COURSE AUTOMOBILE KCAD5
Borne Excellent Booms B""0" VtaS n.
CLAHK'B CBUISB of tha "CI.EVM.AltB"
FKOM SAN rANClSCO, FEB. 8, 1910
On. Bttamtr for the Eatlra Crula.
of nesily four inontln; costing only JfluO
and on Includlnif "II n.-CfHsiiry expcnsBH.
BoVtEi Japan. China, Pblllpplnss Bor
r.o, Java, Baruia, India, Ceylon igyp.
Italy ate. tn unusual ctftucs to visit
unusually attraotlva placss.
twelfth ORIENT CRUISE
February fc. 110. by H. B. "Orosser Kur
f uerst " T3 , Including 24 "lays Lgypt
snd r'aletln. $400 up, Including hotel,
whore exiursloin. etc. - . '
FBABX O. CX.AKK, Tlinaa Bldg., Bew Tork
W. B. BOCK, 16U rarnam BtM O Alalia.
WKZKVt fAILINOI r.KTWIIM MONTRCAU
tlLtUtC A.NL) UVKKrUUL
Nothlus satur an lha Ainutla tbaa r Bauraws,
c. BtNJAallrJ, O. A
t a ciaj-s UA.. cklcaso, IIL
A Ul C SPELIS
Tha Best Bemedy or Coughs,
Colds, Throat and Lung- Trou.
Get a bottle today. 86o and SOo, at
your druggists or Howell Drug Co., 807
809 . ISth 8U Omaha.
RAILWAY TIME CARD
UMO. STATION lOTlf 4t MASON.
a R:u0 pm
a 9:30 am
Overland Limited a7:'-'0am
China and Japan Mail.. a 4:w pm
i r.fnn nnrl Wnshlnctnn
Limited al2:01 an) a 6:46 am
Los Angeles Limited. .. ,al2:.r5 pm a 8:60 pin
Portland Special al2:i"i pm a 8:00 pin
Colorado Special a 1:4a am
North Platte Local a 8:15 am
Colorado Express a3:fi0pm
Grand Island Local.. ...a 6:29 pm
Lincoln-Beatrice Local. .bl2:40 pm
Valparaiso ana central
City bl2:40pm b 1:20 pm
Chicago, llock Island Jk Pacific.
Rocky Mountain Ltd a 2:40 am
Iowa Local a 6:40 am
Chicago Day Express. ..a 7:42 am
Des Moines Local a 4:00 pm
Iowa Local bl0:36 am
Chleaso-Eastern Ex a 4:40 pm
for Lincoln a 8:26 am
Colo, and Cal. Ex a 1:26 pm
Okla. and Texas Ex. ...a 4:06 pin
ltocky Mountain Ltd. . ,.al0:40 pm
ChtcHKO A Northwestern.
Colorado-Chicago a 7:46 am
Chicago Daylight Spl....u 7:0u am
Omaha-ChicaKO Lucal. ..aia:oj pin
Colorado-Chicago a 6:20 pm
Omaha-Chicago Spl a 6:02 pm
Pacific Cost-Chleago...a 6:06 pm
Limited a 9:10 pm
Overland Limited al2:15am
Carroll Local a 4:lam
Fast Local Cedar :
ltuiilds-Omitha v '.
NORTHWESTERN LINE NOHTII.
Twin City and Dakota
-Daylight a 7:60 am a 10 :20 pm
MinneKoia and I bkota. .a 7:00 pm
Twin City Limited a 9:00 pm
Sioux City Local a :4o pm
Omaha a 9:W am
Omaha all :00am
NORTHWESTERN LINE WEST.
Norfolk-BoneBteel a 7:60 am al0:30 pm
Lincoln-Long Pine a 7:50 am
Norfolk-South Platte. ..b 2:15 pm
Hustings-Superior b 2:15 pin
Dcadwood-liol Springs. a 6:55 pm
'uin... i m Twier a 3:65 Din
KrnionL-Alblon btUiOum bl:3aP'U
K. C. and St. L. Ex., .a 9;40 am
K. C. & St. L. Ex. Lv.
Sat. 12 p. in all:16 pm
Chicago Express a 7:16 am aS:45pm
Chicago Limited a 6:00 pm a 7:16 pm
Minn. -St. Paul Exp b 7:10 am
Minn. -St. Paul Ltd a 6:00 pm i 7:15 am
Omaha-Ft. Dodge Local. b 4:15 pm bll:oOaiu
llilcMuo. Milwaukee & St. Paul.
a 7: .0 am
a 4:45 pm
a 5:00 pm
b 1:20 pin
a 4:30 pm
b 9:55 pm
a 1:15 pm
a 8:02 pm
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a 1:30 am
Uli .4.1 t.U
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a 7 :00 am
a 8:28 pin
a 7:05 am
a 9:55 pm
a 3:36 pm
a 7:10 am
a 3:28 pm
b 6:20 pm
b 6:20 pin
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u 6:36 am
a 6:50 pm
a 7:05 am
a 9:.iu am
a 1 -M am
u 3:25 pin
Overland Limited al2:10m
oniulia-Chlcago Exp. ...a 7.ooam
Colorado Special.. a7:40arn
Colo.-Cullfui'iila Exp. ...a 6:00 pm
l'erry-Oinaha Looul b6:l"P'"
hlcawo Great Weslorn
Chicago Limited ..a 6:00 pm
Twin City Limited ao:J0pm
Twin City Exprexs
()malia-St. Louis Exp. ..a 6:30 pm
Mall and Express... a 7: till
Biaiiberry Local itroin
Council Blufisl b 5:00 pm bl0:15u,m
..a 9:00 am
a 8:00 am
a 3:4.) pm
a 9:v0 pm
a 9:25 am
BtHUSUTOM .STA. 10TII & MASO.V
Denver and California. .a 4:10 pm
Puset Hound Express. .,a 4:10 pm
Neuraska points., ub:JJniii
Black Unit ...u 4:10 pm
Northwest Express all:30pm
.Nebraska points a a. -Is am
Liiicuin Man bl:20pm
Neluuska Express a W.lo urn
Lincoln Local a7:5pm
bcliuylur-Plaitsmuulh ,.b 3 (V pm
I'latismuiith-loM a a 9:1s urn
p.eiievue-Plaitauiouth ..a 1:30 pin
Colorado Llinued ull:30uin
Clucugo Special a 1:41 mn
CiiIcbko Expiens a 4:20 pin
Clilcano 1'anl Exp a 6:30 pin
Iowa Local a 9:15am
M. Louis Express a 4:55 pm
Ksni.au City & Hi. Joe. ,alO:to pm
Kanbas City & St. Jue..a a.U,in
r.uiikas City at St. Jo,.u 4:6i pm
a 3:46 pm
a 6:10 pm
a 6:10 pm
a 6:10 pm
a 7:10 am
a 6:10 pm
a 6.10 pm
b 9:0s am
a 7:50 pm
a 8:60 pm
a 2:40 pm
a 7:lu am
all :10 pm
a t ho pm
a 8:00 am
all 46 am
ail 45 am
a 6.4a am
a 6:10 pm
WEbslEH STA 10TH at WbUSTUIl
Paul, Hlaueapolia at
Hioux t'lty Express bJ.OOpm bll 45am S
Uiualia Local c 1:20 pin
fcioux Cliy i-sssenger b 9 0 pin X
Twin City Pus8riger....b 6:30 am ........ fi
Sioux t'lty Iocal e R:.tt am i
Emerson Local b hM pia b 9.10 ai I
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