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TK BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1010.
POLICE PAID AT OLD RAtE
Increase Voted for December by the
- Board it Cut Off. - - '
COUNCIL WOULD NOI HAVE II
City Atloriff Advises that Airtf
ment Entered Into Last Jlr ny
(fee) Fli-easca : an rtllcrata
Cannot Be Broken.
Pollcemn will not draw tn estra 8n pei
man allowed . than by action of the fir
and police, board on .their December salar
lea . , . ..,..
When the pay roll-ordinance for the last
mnnlh nf 1WIQ Afttiii4 that nourwll Mnndav
morning, In adjourned .meeting-, Chairman
Funkhouser of the finance committee made
the statement thai, council could not pass
the ordinance aa drawn. lie, therefore.
moved that the pay roll ordinance be
passed except as ,to the policemen. Coun
cilman Brucker aeconded the motion and
This action waa not taken, however, until
City Attorney Burnam had been called In
to advice council. Mr. Burnam gave It
an hla opinion that to pans the police pay
roll for the' Increased amount would be
clearly against the, spirit and letter of the
agreement entered . Into last July by all
members of the fire and police departments.
"Now If .you allow the policemen this
extra money we will simply be Inviting a
lawsuit involving 140,000 to $60,000. We
have had. this matter up Informally with
Chief Salter, i and,, ha doubts very much
If his men could be held In line to abide
by any suoli , action as thin. The whole
thing was given-very careful consideration
last summer,' and the agreement to forego
the raise n pay provided by the legislature
at Its Inst' sesslorf was' entered Into willingly
by all parties, In order that the full force
of men In each department might be kept
at work the ' whole year." '
Legislators Get a Rap.
Councilman Funkhouser supported this
"The members of the legislature from this
county acted like a lot of schoolboys," he
aald, ''in passing the law to raise the pay
of polloemen and firemen when tney knew
we had no money, and could not get any,
to pay the Increased amount."
Councilman 'Bridges thought the surplus
remaining In ths general fund could be
divided between ' the two departments
The discussion developed the fact that
I there U at present something like 12,0j0
In the police fund reljef and pension fund;
also that the charter provides any surplus
In tb,e department fund at the end of the
year must, bs carried, .Into that fund, which
would thus, by operation of law, be In
creased at this time to the extent of about
From the relief fund were will be taken
(5.000 for the neir fire and police alarm
system, unter: a resolution offered by
' Commissioner Wappich and passed at a
recent meeting of the' board. This resolu
tion recites the amount of the fund, and
acts out the facts touching same, also the
need for a hew afrrnT system, and pro
vides that 15,000 be set aside from the fund
for the. purpose stated, above.
It is expected th&t When the new 'appor
tionment of funds Is made for 1910 the
latter' pert of .this week, the Increased
salaries for fireman arid policemen will be
provided for,- tf such action appears feas
lble. . ."
When council adjourns Tuesday evening
It will be to Thursday morning, for the
purpose of making the' apportionment of
funds. Every head of a department now
has his estimates' In the hands of the
mayor, and It appears to be taken for
granted that Increases will ' be asked for
all along thef?lne.
TUESDAY'S EXTRAORDINARY OFFERS
January Linen Sale I
This Is, the greatest chance in years to buy high grade linens.
92.25 All Pare Linen Tat tern
Cloths Size 72x72, hemmed
ready for use the best value
ever offered $1.09
93.23 Cloths, $1.08 each 200
round thread German linen pat
tern cloths the famous Stiller
make size 72x90, regular $3.25
value, at 91.08
910 Cloths, 9108 each Beautiful
dinner and banquet cloths all
the best Irish, Austrian and Bel
glum linens worth $10 very
special, each 94.98
91. SO Cloths, 98c each 8-10 size,
full bleached pattern cloths
choice patterns, regular $1.50
values, at, each 08c
91.50 Napkins at 08c a Dozen
Large full bleached napkins, all
pure Irish linen, good quality,
regular $1.50 values, at, per
93 Napkins 91.08 Dozen Extra
heavy all pure Scotch linen nap
kins large variety of patterns,
regular $3 values, at, dox 91.08
93.50 Napkins at $2.40 Dozen
The very best German and Irish
linen dinner size napkins the
best $3.50 values, dozen . .92.40
Madeira Napkins Half Regular
I'rires All bur beautiful hand
embroidered Madeira Napkins, at
half regular prices.
FINE TABLE DAMASK
Two' New Grou ps
; Fine Residences
to Be Erected
Prairie ,Trii6 Company and 0. W.
' Garlock Get Permits for Eighty
One' Thousand Dollars.
Issuance of building permits started off
with a rush Monday .In, the office of Build
ing Inspector . Wltbnell.
The Prairie Tiuet , company took out per
mits for twelve dwellings to be erected at
A mea, avenue and, Meredith. There will be
six bouses, on erncl street and each house
will cost, i,000. Work Is to begin as 'soon
as possible. K. Y. Smith has the contract
for the bu.UdJnrca . j
George W. Qarlodh. will build four fine
residence), In Jjcrujs ' park at 3514-18-30-22
Lincoln houjeyard, The house at 8D20 will
cost 16,000 and' ti o(hr three 15,000 each.
All of th,ese houses,, in both groups, will
be modern, In. every particular, and will con
stitute a very, substantial addition to the
new residence that are making Omaha a
city of tin homes. Other permits issued as
a starter tor the new year are Mrs. E. E.
Hodder, .1520 North' Thirty-third, frame
residence, i:,W0; Weir Company, Forty-fifth
and Isard, warehouse, $2,000;. Dr. R. D.
Mason, 4186 Cuming; frame residence, $4,000:
C. W. BakeV, 8778 Fort street, frame resi
dence, 12,000;' j. W. ftisp, 3115-17 Taylor, two
frame resiliences:; $3,800.
mass :meetinq fobviaduct
Pnblla Discission of PodftO Street Sit.
nation . by Cltlsens of .
Dnne. . .
A big mass meeting la to be held soon
In "Dund- In. behalf , of the Dodge street
viaduct over the , Missouri Paclflo tracks.
The date and. place have not been selected,
but these, will spun be announced by the
board of trustees .of the village of Dundee.
A special committee of. the Omaha city
council. Including President Burmeeter and
C'ouncllmun . Kugcl and Brucker, appeared
at the . court house to confer with the
county conuulesisonera relative to the
county's assuming part of the cost Com
missioner, I'tckard , "as the only member
at hand of the Board .of County Commis
sioners and, , the conference was postponed
until Tuesday morning.
$1.00 qullty best Irish
linen table damask
full 2 yds wide, 75c
Extra heavy all pure
linen table damask
full Bleached, warrant
ed to wear regular
86c quality, yard . .690
Best Imported mercer
ised table damask
beautiful patterns .
regular 60c quality
at, yard 89o
JANUARY SALE OF TOWELS
10c large huck towels,
15c extra large huok
towels, each So
25c all pure linen huck
towels, each .... lc
50c all pure linen huck
towels, each 25o
$1.00 all pure linen tow
els, each 490
$1.00 all pure linen tow
els, each 98c
84c fringed Turkish
towels, each 3Ho
12Vfcc extra heavy Turk
ish towels, each ...Bo
26c extra large Turkish
towels, each 16o
50c best grade Turkish
towel, each 850
$1 Imported bath tow
els, each 69o
$1.60 Imported bath
towels, each 69o
Crash and Toweling.
6c Twill .. Crash, . heavy
weight, yard 3o
12 Vic . Union gl abs towel
ing, yard 7o
All linen crash, at, per
15c extra good all linen
crash, yard llo
18c best Scotch linen
crann, yard 14o
22c extra wide all linen
crash, yard 18o
$3 Imported Sntln Marseilles Bed
spreads extra large sise, each 11.98
$1.60 Full size Bedspreads Mar
seilles patterns, each tso
6-cent Knit Wash Cloths v
SVsC Absorbent Knit Wash Cloths,
Strictly all wool tailor suit
ings, 1 Vi yards wide, fancy
and plain worth from $1
to $2 a yard ( g
clearing sale f C
price, per yard . . . v "
Silks and Velvets
89c all silk Messallnea also
27-lnch black crushed vel
vets, fancy English velvets,
. at, a
FOLEY'S ... PLACE STILL RUNS
He Is Ont of Ttwa on Day of H ear-
lag; and. License Takes la
...... Annthea; Name.
Ths action in police court against T. 3,
Foley tor the Illegal sale of liquors In vio
lation of the 'clock law at hla Douglas
Street saloon., waa at the Monday session,
continued,, for on week. . ,
Mr. Foley waa abaent from the city when
the officers seught service oh titm on a
complaint made by tha Anti-Saloon league,
' and, In tha laok at prosecution, tha place
continued open.. A sew license has been
rattled for the operation of the saloon
at this placa' In another name and business
has prugrsased wljheut Interruption.
tha Yellow fertl.
Jeumllo malaria hjUgusueas, vanishes
Mi Lr, a o. nsw.iaie i-uis art taken.
Guaranteed, fee. For sale by Beaton Drug
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GRAND CLEARING SALE
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
Men's and Boys' 75c and $1.00 Sweater Coats at 25c
Men's $1.50 and $2.00 Sweater Coats at 98?
Men's $1.00 and $1.60 Nellgeu Shirts at 50
Men's and Boys'. Shirts, worth up to 75c, at 25
Men's and' Boys' 50c Shirts at .'15
Men's $2.50 Nellgee Shirts at. 98
Men's $1.60 and $2.00 Lined Gloves at, pair) ... 980
Men's $1.00 Silk Neckwear at...-. '25
Men's and Boys' 25c Leather Belts at k 5
Men's and Boys 50c Suspenders at............ 15f
Men's 3 6c Lisle Hosiery at, pair f ............ . 12 H
Any Man's or Boy's Winter Cap in the House at, each ,. . -25
.Men's $1.00 Undershirts at, each 250
Men's $2.60 Underwear at. . .'. . n 5 -980
Men's' $5.00 Union Suits at. ................ '. .' , S2.50
Men's $2.60 Night Shirts at................. 75 to $1.50
CLEARING SALE SPECIAL
All Our Women's Fine
KING" WAISTS at i OFF
January Sale of Embroideries
Pure Linen Torchon Laces and Insertions many to
match extra special, per yard.
mm KB n ww 'B b n a n n n b b
J i J( The Win
I V 1 I Home J
ter Style lWiok and any 15c Lad
Journal rattern lor. ,
BLv a I
S, & IL Green Trading Stamps
at Bennett's, As Usual, All This Year
Start the year 1910 by saving S. & H. Green Trading
Stamps with ALL your purchases. Over half a million hand
some home-beautifying premiums have been destributed to
Omaha amilies that have not cost them a single extra
penny. Why don't YOU get all the benefits your cash buy
ing entitles you to. Every now and then some unscrupulous
fellows start a rumor that S. & H. stamps are to be discon
tinued. To all we say these rumors are without the slightest
foundation of truth. We are not, or never have contem
plated discontinuing their use since we first adopted them,
Resolve that this year you WILL save S. & U. Stamps.
January Sale of Linens all This Week
It's a week of substantial savings real bargains on
the best and most trustworthy linens imported. The Ben
nett sales are always big and this year's event is no exception.
12!c Huck Towels
15c Httck Towels
are . .10
7c Cotton Crash
la ' 5i
8 Vc Cotton Crash
llc Linen Toweling
is .... .... .. ...9t
16c Linen Toweling
35c Table Damask I
50c Table Damask
is .... 39
75c Linen Table Dam
ask is .59
$1.25 Linen Table
Damask is 98
$1.39 Linen Napkins
$2,25 Linen Napkins
$3.60 Pattern Cloths
. " $2.50
$4.25 Pattern Cloths
$6.00 Pattern ClothH
are . . $4.00
$6.00 Pattern Cloths
$3.00 Napkins to
$4.50 Napkins to
This shoe is so constructed that
ven though you have bunion
you can wear it with comfort.
It Is a specially constructed wo
man's shoe, made one size smaller
at the Instep, and two sizes wider
In the sole. This gives a snug fit
over the lnstop snd through the
heel and at' the same time allows
the foot to reot wholly on the
sole, as it should and not on the
The stock used Is fine soft kid,
the soles flexible and cosy. They
are made In lace only.
Don't suffer with your feet
when you can get a shoe like this.
, to I 9m .1 .
Drexel Shoe Co.,
1419 Farnam Street
Tremendous Garment Reductions
Price-reducing on the most select suits coats and dresses
without a parallel in Omaha. The best part of it is the
choosing is as good as at any time in the season. The styles
and colors as desirable, the size range as complete.
All $25.00 Long Coats, black and colors, for $15.00
All $50.00, 45.00, $40.00 and $35.00 Suits for. ... . .$25.00
All $45.00, $40.00 and $35.00 Long Coats for. . .'. . .$25.00
All $50.00, 40.00 and $35.00 Cloth Dresses for $25.00
All $25.00 and most $29.50 Suits for ..... . .'. .$19.50
All Girls' $5.00 Coats
All Girls" $9.00 Coats
All Girls' $13.50 Coats
All Girls' $10.00 Coats
AVomcn go blocks
out of their, way for
shoes. AVhyT A five
minute fitting with
us will show vou." 1
NEW CLUB HOUSES
In New Vork City All of them Near
the Hotel Kt. Kogis.
18 to 27-inch fine embroidery
flouncings, skirtings and
corset cover embroideries
many worth np'C'OC
to $65c, at, yd..ll"4iwl
Narrow width embroidery
edgings, insertings and
headings worth up to 12
yd. on big bargain
square, at, yard . .
Daily anl Sunday Bee. .$6.00 1 Qur Prke
Beview of Reviews 3.00 ONLY '
ifelu!' Pr both one year. .$9.00 J - 7.10
Any Han's Overcoat
or Suit Silvio
in our entire stock
(Worth $20 to S45)
One Day Only
Daily Bee J without Sunday) $4.00 1
Woman's Home uompanion l.ou
Regular price for both one year . . $5.50 J jj fi II
Dajly Bee (without Sunday) $4.00
Regular price for both one yea . $5.50 J
Daily and Sunday Bee ............. . $6.00 '
Cosmopolitan .......... J 50
Regular price for both one year. .$7.50 .
THE OEV2AHA BEE
Said a prominent New York dally news
paper recently: V'T,, new club llBtrlct
above Forty-second street and between
Broadway and Fifth avenue, has absorbed
five million dollars In new construction.
Throughout this territory there have been
built some of the finest and most elaborate
of these edifices to be found anywhere."
It is worthy of note that within Ihls new
"club" district, are also located some of
the more progressive of New York's mod
ern hotels.. A striking- example Is the Hotel
St. Regis, at Fifth avenue and Fifty-fifth
street, a hotel known as "America's Fin
est," and peculiarly adapted to the patron
age of the refined and discriminating. The
St. Regis is more than a hotel, mora than
a mere temporary abiding place. Every
feature of this hotel was designed to be the
very best of its kind, and In the manage
ment and operation no detail that could
render Its service more perfect Is omitted.
It has all the attributes of an exquisite
private residence wih the added advantage
of the best hotel equipment and service.
Its homelike atmosphere makes it emin
ently attractive to those of refined tastes.
Its restaurant not surpassed by any in
the world charges no more for food and
service than other first class hotels. Tran
sient guests coming to New York and
stopping at the St. Regis will find accom
modations of the Very highest grade In
every particular, and at standard rates.
Single rooms fire 13 and $4 a day; the same
with, private bath $5 a day (or $8 for two
people); while far a parlor, bedroom and
private bath the rates are $12 a day and
The appetite Is often capricious,
gaseous eructation, lumps, paint,
distress after eating. Often
attended bv heart-burn, nausea
and the complaint of food lying
heavily on the stomach.
at th trouble in nettlr tlwira ths
remit of i depleted and diseased condition
of tbo nerves whlcb supplr tho stomach
with snerir and life. COCEX builds as
their wasted fibers, enables thera to throw
off their toxic debris and relieves the
In the treatment of all nervous disorders
of every character COCIX (Ives quick,
beneficial and satisfactory results.
Your Money Refunded If It Taila.
PRICE $1 00 PER BOX FOR SALE BY
1 5th and Farnam Sts.,
We offer for rent the building located at 914 Farnam
street, which is a one story and basement building.
Dimensions are 20x86, approximately 3,300 sq. ft. An
addition to alley could be built to suit tenant. This is in
the wholesale district, being convenient to car line. For
further 'particulars call
The Bee Building Co.
Phones bong-las 838 1
17th and Farnam Sts
GERMAN SOCIETIES ELECT
PUttdtatrker Ladles' Baa Hold
M re-Una; aaa Select Officers at
The Joint putvto Installation of the new
officers of th Plattdeulscher Vereln and
tho German I-adtea' society was Observed
Sunday evenlnf at tho Gorman Home on
fiouth Thirteenth artroot la tho preocne of
Mivoral hundred jnetnbors ft tho two or
ganisations. Tho rotlrlnc president of tho
riatideuuchor Veretn. H. W. ; Hutf, acted
as the Installing officer for that society,
and' W. r. gtoocker was' tho Installing
officer for tha German' Ldtdlea society.
Short addresses wcro delivered by promi
nent membaro of the societies, following
which - cam a prog ram of dancing and
music, tha music being furnished by the
Omaha Mannerchor and an enjoyable ban
quet In the dining room.
These were the officers Instaled:
Frlti Freltag, president.
Christ Heine, vice president.
Adulph Hrandea, treasurer.
Aunuat Schroeder, financial secretary.
Frits Klrnke, secretary.
Hans Htarken. custodian.
P. C. Schroeder. C. M. Ulgm. 3. H. Mor
tens, finance committee.
Tho German lJuJIet' society
- Mrs. Adolph Tlrandrs, president.
, Mrs. J. F. C. Rumohr. vice president.
Mrs. William Uloo, treasurer.
' Mrs. John Dahmke. secretary.
Mrs. J. Reiter, Mrs. A. Hchroeder, Mra
P. C. Schroeder,- social committee.
Chamberlain s Cough Remedy Is famous
for Its curet of coughs, oolda and croup.
KpHcopal school for grls. Ortflcates admit to Wellsley Vassah, Smith, Etc. Home
life under the supervision of experienced housemothers. SECOND TE1H B COINS
FEB. 1st, 1910. For Illustrated year book address Miss Marsden, principal, Omaha, Neb.
Whenever you want
something call 'Phone
Douglas 238. and make
It known through a
Bee Want Ad.
Taft's Dental Rooms
If you believe that the women
of this community have self re
spect and Intelligence you must
admit that most of them read The
SERGEANT KING, RETIRING,
IS HONORED BY COLONEL
Commandant at Fort Crook Parades
Slxtr-euth, to Pabllnh Order and
Honor Keal Soldier.
' An unusual ard significant spectacle was
presented at Fort 'Crook Monday morning
when Colonel Cornelius Gardener pa
raded ' the ' entire garrison to do
honor to a retiring noncommissioned of
ficer. Tho retiring soldier Is Jackson R.
King, first sergeant , of H company, Six
teenth Infantry. Sergeant King has served
mora than thirty years In tha army and
has a distinguished record.
After publishing tho commendatory
order giving Sergfsnt Kiiif? due credit for
IiIh fine soldierly record, Colonel Gardener
had King take his place at the left of the
officers and tli" regiment was then
matched by In review.
Puoh a tribute as this to a retiring sol
dier Is a very rare occurrence, but Colonel
Gardener frit that King should be given a
special mark of honor and the fine lesson
of his service be Impressed on his comrades
in signal manner
Enjoined by Wright Brothers.
BUFFALO. Jan. L-Judge Hasel in the
United States court today granted the pre
liminary Injunction applied for by the
Wright Hrothera. against the Harrlnx
Curtlss company and Glenn H. Curtiaa, re
straining them from manufacturing and
tettt Aiyo JACKSON
VaesoeUod I'M Its oaaty aa4
RAILWAY TIME CARD
Bl RLISIGTOSi 8T A 10X11 A MASON
Denver and California. .a 4:10 pm
Puget Bound Kxpress...a 4:10 pin
Nebraska points a 8:W) am
Hlai-k Hills a 4:10 pm
Northwest Express all:30 pm
Nebraska points t :am
Lincoln Mall b 1:20 pm
Nebraska Express a 8:15 am
Lincoln Local IZ:25 Pm
Schuyler-l'lattsmouth ..lC" pm
Plattsmouth-Iowa ft a in
Hellevue-i'lattninouth ..a J .to pin
Cirlnrado Limited all -30 am
Chicago Special.. ..a 7:20am
Chicago iixpress a :m pm
Chicago Fast Exp a 6:30 pm
Iowa Local a 9:15 am
St. Louis Express a4:Wpm
Kansas City & 8t. Joe..al0:4fi pm
Kansas i ity & sc. joe. .a :.is am
Kansas City & St. Joe. .a 4:U pm
a 3:46 pia.
a tf:rak. aM
a 7:10 unv
a 6:10 pm
a 6:10 pm
b :08 am
a 7:60 pm
a 8:"0 pm
a 2:40 pin
a 7:10 am
a 8:55 pm
a 8:00 am
all: 45 am
a 6:45 am
a 6:10 pm
UNION STATION 10TH A MASON.
Union Pacific . .
Overland Limited.;. a 7:20 am all:B9pm
China and Japan Mall. .a 4j:00 pm a 6:50 pm
Atlantic Express a 8:30 am
Oregon and Washington
Limited al2:01 am a 6:46 am
Ixis Angeles Limited.. ..al:56 pm a 8:B0 pm
Portland Special al2:6Apm a 8:50 pm
Colorado Special..., a 1:45am a 7:10 am
North Platte Local a 8:15 am a 4:46 pm
Colorado Express a 8:50 pm a 6:00 pm
Orand Island Local a 6:29 pm alO:80am
I.lncoln-Iieatrice Local. .bl2:40 pm b 1:20 pm
Valparaiso and Central
City M2 :40 pm b 1:20 pm
Chicaso, Rock Island A Paclflo.
Rocky Mountain Ltd.... a 2:40 am al0:30 pm
Iowa Local a 6:40 am a 4:30 pm
Chicago Day Express. ..a 7:42 am. all:56 pm
Des Moines Looal a 4:00 pm al2:80 pm
Iowa Local bl0:3b am b 8:55 pm
Chicago-Eastern Ex a 4:40 pm a 1:16 pm
Chicago-Nebraska Ltd.. a 6:08 pm a 8:02 pm
for Lincoln ....a 8:26 am a 6:47 pm
Colo, and Cal. Ex a 1:26 pm a 4:30 pm
Ok I a. and Texas Ex. ...a 2:30 pm a 1:50 pm
Rocky Mountain Ltd....alu:40 pm a 2:25 am
Chicago A Northwestern, ,
Coldrado-Chlcago a 7:46 am a 1:30 am
Chicago Daylight 6pl....a 7:O0am all :35 am
Omaha-Chicago Local. ..alS:05 pm all:3o pm
Colorado-Chicago a 6:20 pm a 3:-8 pm
Omaha-Chicago Bpl......a 6:02 pm a 7:00am
Pacifia Coast-Chicago... a 6:0i pm a 8:2a put
. Limited a 8:10 pm aU :06 pm
Overland Limited al2 :16 am a 7)05 am
Carroll Local a 4:16 am, a 9:65 rm
East Local Cedar 1 (- ' "
Rapids-Omaha ...j '.. a 3:3 pm
NORTHWESTERN UN E NORTH.
Twin City and Dakota
Daylight a 7:60 am alO :20 pm
Minnesota and Dakota. .a i':U0pm
Twin City Limited a :W pm a 7:10am
Sioux City Local a 8:4jjui a 8:28 pm
Omaha a 8:10 am
Omaha all :00 am
NORTH WESTERN LINE WEST.
Norfolk-lioncHtecl linliliii al0:H0 pm
Lincolti-Lotig 1'ine., a 7:50 am all .00 am
Nutfolk-South Platte. ..b 2:16 pin b 6:20pm
llnsiiiiKB-aupurlor b:15pm b 6:20 pm
peadwood-hot Springs. a 6:56 pm a 6:20 pm
Casper-Lander a 3:55 pm all :00 am
Kremont-Alblon D&:J0pm b 1:36 pm
K. C. and St. .L. Ex. ..a 9:40 am a 6:36 am
K. C. & St. L. Ex. Lv.
Sat. 12 p. m ,...aU:15pm a6:D0pra
Chicago Express a 7
Chicago i-ltnltt'd a
Mitin.-St. Puul Kxp b 7
Minn. -SI. Puul Ltd a 6
Omaha-Ft. Dodue Local. b 4
tlilcuuo, Mllnaiiki-s dt
Overland Limited a 12
I hlcaso (ireat Western
Chicago Limited a 6
Tlu City Limited a 8
Twin City Express.. a 9
Omaha-St. Louis Exp. ..a 6
Mail and Express a 7
blanljurry Local (from
Council lilufts).,., b 6
a 8:46 pm
a 7:16 pm
a 7:16 urn
a1N Ji i
a K Am
a 3:4u pm
:00 am aV.oOpm
:30 pm a 9:25 am
:30am all. 16pm
:00 pm bl0:15art
WEBSTER 8TA. 15TII A WEBSTER
Missouri Pacific. , ,
Auburn 'Local... b$:50pm bl2 :10pm
C'hlcnao, St. Paula . Minneapolis A
Omaha ' (-. .
Ploux City Express b 2:00pm bll:46am
Omaha Local c 6:20 pm
Sioux City Paaserifii-r. b 9:20 pm
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Emerson Local ....... .i..b 5:56 pm b 9:10 am
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