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BJEGOYIC HELD NOT GUILTY
Austrian Aquitted of Charge of
STATE'S WITNESSES AT WAR
Hnny of Tlirm ltri I, tainted lu Call
f t.oirrnincnt Acroan Writer
Ui-frmlnnt Arrratril for
Vftor lieutliiK the evidence that liaa
ltvn offered during the trial lasting al
most ft week a Jury in the district court
eterday announced tlmt Jllle UJegovic
vas nctlns; solely In what hu believed
lo be defense of hts life when he shot
and killed Dltmar Huirovlo during a riot
unions: Austrian railroad laborers In a
ump nt Weston last August. The case
was given to the lury late yesterday
nfternoon and verdict of acquittal was
eturned within halt an hour. The ae
used youth was immediately rearrested,
lowever. upon a county attorney's In
formation charging him with shooting
Mile Suguvlc, son of the man whom he
tilled, and who was the first of the two
nen to fall before the flro from hla
The trial came to n rather unexpected
lose yesterday afternoon when County
Vttorney Capell discovered that Bcverul
af the most Important witnesses upon
n'Uom ho had boon depending to help es
tablish the .state's case had suddenly
:oncluded to answer the call of the em
ieror of Austria nnd hurry hack to tho
old country to he ready for military duty
f required. He was thus unable to of
'er in rebuttal the testimony he had an
Iclpated as available.
The defense had but few witnesses to
xamlne. Attorney J. J. Hess Copending
largely upon the cross-examination of
he state's witnesses. Many of the state's
witnesses could properly have been
ailed for tho defense, for on cross
examination tley universally manifested
a strong deposition to show that
HJcgovio was at least badly scared and
did not shoot until he had been beaten
and tho two men were coming at iiltn,
with .fighting instincts Inflamed with
Irink, and armed with stones ami pieces
Uefonilnnt 't'nkca Miami.
Bjegovlo was put on the stand in his' own
lefenso and added the little that waa
necessary to convince the Jury that ho
had been more sinned against than sin
ling. He told of the persecutions that
.he Sugovlcs, father and son. had heaped
lpon him during the work hours when
'lie men wero engaged in spiking down
rails for the rebuilding of tho Milwaukee
railroad. Indignities that were continued
cor weeks and carried to such extreme
that ho became mortally afraid of thorn.
He detailed the incidents of the fight
at tho mess car into which he had re
treated when he was attacked and where
he snatched the revolver to defend him-t-elf
but not before he had been knocked
down three times with an anglo bar in
(h iimnis of nnr nf the Sunovlcs. This
part of tho testimony was corroborated
by Jailor illll who aald the big youth
was suffering from heavy bruises on hla
body when brought to the county Jail.
HJegovIc went on to tell tho fear that
possessed him, to hide in the cornfields
and work his way to Council Bluffs to
get protection from the other Austrians,
whom, ho said, ho knew would kill him.
Ho lived without food or water in tho
fields and was almost famished when
the police found him near the low
school for the deaf.
BJesovlc is interesting bb a psychological
nnd physical study. He has been able to
prove that he Is but IT years old, yet lie
stands sis feet and two Inches in his
stockings and weighs more than COO
pounds. He has tho body of a g,lant man,
but the immature Intellect of a child.
Impelled by fear of physical pain he
would act as the animal acts without
thought or reason, use his giant strength
or uny other means to escape by beating
lown his foes.
He had difficulty In understanding the
reason for his second arrest. Tho arrest
was made by County Attorney Capell In
the hope that some additional witnesses
might bo secured and that a Jury might
be moro willing t convict upon a charge
of shooting with Intent to wound than to
hold him for nny degree of murder. In
his Instructions Judge Arthur eliminated
the first degree murder charge and in
structed the Jury that they should not
i-orisUier anything but manslaughter.
The trial elicited considerable Interest
for the reason that former County Attor
ney Hess, who sent many men to the
Ktate's priFon during his three terms of
office, appeared for the defense. It was
the first tlinu he had appeared as counsel
for the rlcfrndnnt In a criminal caee and
there was curious Interest In noting his
forced change of mental attitude. He en
countered a capnblc adversary in his wic
cssor. County Attorney Capell.
Open High School
Bids December 19
owing to a misunderstanding among
I'ontractors the date for opening tho bids
for the construction of the new addition
10 the high school building has bem post
poned until December 1!'. The new bids
irv to 1 based upon a revision of the
Htrhltect's plans designed to reduce thu
ioit of the new building from moie than
I7S.00) to JtS.OOO, the amount orlgitiully
imtemplated and provided for.by the s pe
tal tax of 10 mills voted last spring. It
vats the Intention of th school board to
ipm the new set of bids on December 0,
nit a number of the .contractors, who
?' piospectlre bidders, acquired the Jm
orrsflon that t!".c date was Decemher ID
To secure the greatest number of bids and
ur'-ummodate tho bidders the date was
in the original plans the best bids for
h- heating plant eoecded JH.OiA Tim
lew plans prepared by Architect Cox pro
vide for a much simpler heating device,
which Is expected to cost about that mapy
.updred Instead of thousand dollars. it-,-lsion
of other portions of the plans to
-fduc- the entire r-ost qf the building
ir.nly one-half. I elate 'to the enforced
"onerete and fireproof construction. The
lew part will not be nearer fireproof
than the old, there being ft palpable I a ok
jf necessity for constructing one-half of
the building fireproof and the other half
tot. If th forthcoming bids do not bring
I f total ot within the IW.fcjO limit. It Is
1? Intention of the board to reject then
nd try nsfn. for thf determination Is to
s,-t Hi, yr "inn" '" "if original
Council Btuffa Oftlca of
Th Baa U at 14 WORTH
Main Bt. Talaphono 43.
Davis, druga. AdvrrtUi-ment-Vletrola,
IS. A. Hoap Co. Adrartlia
aient. 1L Bortvlck for wall ppr Advertise
ment. Corritans, undertakers, rnone ttt. Ad
vtrtlaemant. Woodrlng Undertaking Co. Tal. .
Advertisement FAUST BEER AT ROOEU8" BUFFET.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. Phone
BLANK BOOK WORK. Morehoue
We make shades to older, any color or
Some very fine diamonds just received
at l.cffuts .-Advertisement.
For tho best work In picture framing,
aee Uorwlek. 208 and ill South Main street.
Mutual Bidr. &. Loan Asa'n. IS IV"
Advertlsement. BUDWEISBIl on draught -The Grand
Budweistr In buttle at all flret-chm
ba s. -Advertisement.
Just lecolved a carload of Colfax
mineral water. $l.C0 per case. K. li.
Minnie Phone 272. Advertisement.
XMAS HI.NTiS-Oards. culcndnr. gift
books, stationery, novelties, picture, pot
tery. Artistic framing. Fnnble Art Shop,
3.VJ Broadway. Advertisement
Member of tho Past Noble Grand as
sociation of Hebckah lodge No. 3, Coun
cil Bluffs, will meet Thursday afternoon
ut 2:30 o'clock at tho homo of Mrs. V. M.
XlchoNon, r.T North First street
Hazel enmp has piunned to have n series
of lectures. The second lectin e of the ser
ies will be given 1S- Kd Can- on Thuisdnv
evening. Ills subject will be "Electricity. '' I
A banquet will bo served and h large at
tendance Is expected.
O. Hockmau of Excelsior lodge No. 2."i9,
Council Bluffs, will give u storeoptlcon
lecture before Amber lodgo No. OffJ,
Zeulck, Iu Friday evening, December 13.
Subject, "From Darkness to Light." All
Master Masons Invited.
Our pictures, picture frames, and pic
ture framing work speak for themselves.
Our prices please everybody. Make your
Christmas selections from our largo lino
of frames, pictures, pastels, XniUB cards
and calendars. Jensen Wall I'aPer com
pany, Masonic Temple. Advettisenient.
Jack W. Hedrlck, a rural free delivery
mall carrier,, who covered his route frqin
Logan with an automobile, had the nat
ural shocks that a man with an auto
mobile. Is heir to Increased visibly yester
day afternoon while making a flying trip
to Omaha. Ho was hurrying to get hack
to Logan in time to make his regular
dally delivery, which ho docs In about
two hours instead of consuming the whole
day ns he did before ho became auto
mobllist, when he niadu the acquaintance
of Motorcycle Officer Mnhonoy, The inci
dent occurred on West Broadway when
tho mall man was hitting n. thlrty.-mlle
clip. Tho meeting was not pleasant, nor
was there any less acerbity when lie
reluctantly accepted Mahonoy's Invitation
to accompany him to tho pollen Htattori
ami meet Sergeant Jim N'icolls. Mr.
Hedrlck voiced sonie opinions of the
rv.mir.ll muffs annnrl nrrilnnnci that were
' not original. Nlcoll had heard them TO)
times. Mr. Hedrlck was traveiii": untin
clally light, for he wan retun K from
Christmas shopping and ho lino to enjoy
the companionship of tho officer half nn
hi.nr lnnirer while seeking a friend to
J provide the SI", required as a bond for
hi auDearunce in police court this
Wife Says Brother
Broke Up Her Home
According to the general tenor and
specific statements in a petition filed lu
tho district court yesterday, William J.
Hunter of "this city thought more of his
brother than he did of the woman whom
be had won for, his vylfc. Mrs Edith
Witt Hunter filed a suit for divorce in
which she charges her husband with
cruelty and asks, absolute divorce, to
gether with alimony to the amount of
Jl.OOO and $200 to prosecute her suit and
pay her attorney. The couple wero mar
rlcd in Omaha on March 26, 1910, and
separated last summer when, she alleges,
that the presence of the brother In tho
family made it necessary for her to leave,
on the advice of her phjBlpian, to protect
her reason. She admits that there was
an antipathy between herself and her
husband's brother, James U Hunter, and
that, notwithstanding her husband's
knowledge of this situation, he Induced
his brother to come and live, 'with them
and failed to protect the young wife from
the, sneers and tho unpleasant troatment
accorded her. She also alleges thut tho
brother Influenced the husband In tho
financial affairs of the family and be
ca.mo involved with him to the extent of
ii.m in connection with a farm deal,
She alleges that the conditions in the
homo became so unpleasant last summer
that sho was compelled to leave.
Parleo Brown filed a suit against her
husband, Henry T. W. Broun, whom she
aUo accuses of cruelty. They wero mar
ried in HI Iteno. Okl., on September 1.
1101, and sho says sho was obligee! to
separate from him on -account of cruelty.
Sho asks for tho custody of their Infant
son and such other relief a the court
may find Just
Hebeeea A. Bentley, who married John
l Bentley In Omaha on October 0. 1M5,
under tho ruime of Hebeeea Hinns, asked
fo" abf-oluto'dlvorce on tho grounds of
crurlty and drunkenness nnd asked as
alimony the content of the houso and
title to a small homestead property Hint
were ncqulteMl on the monthly payment
plan. This property Is heated on lot 1,
block 31. Kverott's nddt!oo. Sho usk
for a. decree giving her all of the eipilty
now acquired in this property as ht-.r all
mony. uCascaretss' Best
No HiHnn.iiess. Jlenrlathf, Sick, Sour
StoiiiHrli, Intlipostfon. (;atoiI
'roiigiK; or Cotifitijmtlon.
Kurred Tongue, B'd Taste. Indiges
tion. Sallow Skin and Miserable Head
lichen come from a torpid liver nnd
) e'loggeel bowels, whlrh cause your xtoin
1 arh to become filled with undtgtsieil
food, which tour
and ferment. like
gatbago In a swill barrel
first step to untold misery -Indigestion,
foul gases, bad breath, yellow skin, tiu-n.
tal fears, everything that is liurriblo
nnd nauseating A .'ucaret tonight will
give your constipated boweli? a thorough
cleansing and straighten yui. uut tj)
morning. They work while yon sleep -a
10-cent box from your druggist will
keep you feeling good for ii.ontht.. Mil
lions of men and women tuko a r.io
caret now and then to keep their xtum-
i arh. liver and boweN ii'g.iTuted ttn ,
never know a ri serable iiohiei t l. ,nl
forget 'he rhll ir"! t'rtr 'ttlc fru i
red a goc'I gentle tltanslng, toi - j
, rffias'i ert
Tried to Die by Gas ;
At the Kirlin Hotel
A young man ho registered bis name
nt the Klrlln hqtel. Thirteenth street ttii
Broadway, vestnday afternoon In a
scrawl that appeared to spell Hemp, tit
tempted to end his lire lust night by
tightly closing the door nnd windows of
his room nnd turning on the gas. The
odor of the escaping gas was detected ami
traced to' his room before ho had. inhaled
enough to cause his death. Ho was en
tirely unsconscloiis when found, but tiic
prompt response of City l'hyslolan Tuld.,
who was summoned by the hotel people ,
nnd tho effective means employed to t
suscltate hint, saved his life.
Hemp, who nppeats to bo about 3S yeats
old, appealed at the hotel during the aft
ernoon and said he came from Oinuha.
He paid for his supper and loom and sat
about the office apparently much de
pressed, i Dining the course of the after
noon he" got Into conversation with tl.e
landlady nnd talked quite freely nbotii
himself. Ho told her he was a sojtor and
had Just got out of o military pilsnn.
where ho had served eight months. Hi?
talk oiieiislonqtty became quite tiimblliisr
and Incoherent, nnd ho Impressed her
with the conviction that he was slightly
unbalanced mentally. Ho guvo her no In
formation concerning his homo or whore
tho mllltai prison whs located. He was
assigned to room No. u. nnd took the key
to II about i:.10 o'clock. Half an hour
later "lie wiu. found unconscious with the
gas Jets wide open. After resuscitating
lilm Dr. Ttiblw ordered him token to St.
Bernnld's hospital. The young man whs
well dre'sed and appealed to hac seed
REGULAR $1.50, ?1 .25 DOLLS
TODAY ONLY'38 CENTS
For today only our tcgiilar $1.20. J1.25
Kid and kytlyne dollf, largo size, eyes
open and shut, 9Sc. ivtorsen & Schoen
ing Co. Advertisement
Marriage licenses were yesterday
granted to tint following named peisons:
Name nnd Address. Age.
Louis Hansen', Omaha 31
Minnie Hosetsial, Omaha 25
V. T. Davis, Omaha 3.1
Merl Crawford, Omaha 22
William Adams, Omaha 39
Minuter Parsons, Omaha 32
The Supreme Food
The Supreme Court of "the world the American people have rendered their final decision in favor of WASHINGTON CRISPS, the
delicious toasted corn flakes, pronouncing them ABSOLUTELY SUPREME IN QUALITY, AND FLAVOR; and, beyond all
argument, THE BEST FOR THE HOME, because they REDUCE THE COST OF LIVING.
Washington Crisps are made from the finest white corn grown in the celebrated Corn Belt of the United States, with pure cane sugar and
salt added. They are thoroughly steam-cooked, toasted, delicately crisp, and arc all ready to serve. Every package of
bears the unqualified GUARANTEE of the manufacturers that every ingredient in Washington Crisps is of as HIGH QUALITY as the
ingredients used in the manufacture of cereal foods of ANY other make, REGARDLESS OF THE COST; and the further
GUARANTEE that Washington Crisps are made under the MOST PERFECT SANITARY CONDITIONS POSSIBLE TO CREATE,
IN MILLS THAT ARE SPOTLESSLY CLEAN, AND BY HIGH CLASS, SKILLED WORKMEN. Washington Crisps, during
11 .1. r rt c ni ... i i. t i i .i j t t .
ui lug LiuL-caacs ui jwaiiuicu.iui irum nuiuiig io pacKing, never oucn numaii nanas
The fact that the 250,000 retail Grocers in
mending Washington Crisps, which the Grocers
corn flakes in America, proves that the
HIGH cost of living. Washington Crips .cut
so far as cereal food is concerned, and both
this hence our big sales of SUPREME
millions of Americans. Every family in
THE HIGH COST OF LIVING, should
PURE food mills which give MORE pure food
Handsomest Food Packanc In America Two superb portraits of GEORGE WASHINGTON on crerr paekuje, io color,
GREAT CROP YEAR FOR IOWA
Dircotor ChappoU of Stntc Bureau
Out with Annual Report.
YIELD AND VALUE IMMENSE
Vnlur nf OrenN () t-1 n L l Tonnril
llnir-lllilliiii Dollnr Murk, nnd
Million More Tlmn ,nl
tFrtmt a .stuff CoiresfHindeut.)
MiX MUIN1C8. Dea tl(Sprcinl.)A.lvra
crops for 1912 are worth over JtuUXO.WW.
That Is more than i?,t,(n in excess of
Inst year. The annual report of 'the
weather and ciop bureau was presented
hv Dr. a. M, Chappell. section director,
to the state ugrlculturul rotixentlon this
morning. Tho following Is tho tabulated
statement of the crops of the. year nnd
1WVMD.700 bu. KW.TMI3
. 9.4SC..T0O till. T.'AS.P.'y
. S,133.U)bU. 0(4,153
9,tiT.;i bu t,;'.H..S!fi)
SVt.K bu. r.4J.0rtl
423,00) bu. C'i4,2(a
. lJ.iHU.OiW Int. ,-,T7,J)
4.:;a.Giw tons it.sumw
. l,OSj,440 tons S.O'U.Mil
. EKtlmuted 5.O00.()
. Estimated l,l)O.0J0
. IJstlmateil 2,3W,(KV)
. Estimated fAC'ZH
. I-tlinatml VAW.oiV)
. ICstlniuted t.lS'.COl
. Estimated WW.WX)
Pasture, graslug .
Alfalfa and millet
Mlscollan's crops. .
Tho estimated aluo of soli prtslucts fori
' It'll wiim $SS,W1.1H. To this should bo
I added the value of the fruit crop, which ,
, will bring II to over JiCO.OOO.COi) In value.
I In Introduction the section director !
states as follows In detail as lo the n- 1
i rlous crops;
i Tlir VHrlona t'roitx.
I Corn The revised estimate of the aciv.
I age of corn Is 9,t!!i,10 nrres, or :2Jfi ;
1 acres mote thnlt was phintctl last year. .
, ns shown by tho report of tho tovnshlp
assessors. The average yield por aero
lor the tulo this year Is 13.8 bushels,
1 making a total ylnld of I'.i :'.'S.400 buslnds.
or .'ti,yi!i,4W bushels more than was over
before produced In the state In one year, I
tho next largcbl yield being 3,'vS,:tt8,(i2ll i
uusiiHis in r.w. Tho average rami price
on Docembor 1 hub 3.1 cents per bushel,
making tho aggregate vuluo HM.eWS.iUI.
Lust year tho estimated yield whs -it!
bushelH por acre, aggiegnto yield !iSl,"
IXM.OOO bushels, averago farm price wus
51 cents per bushel, making the aggregnto
1 i f. i. ...... LaaaaaK-
. v 5THE SUPREME
XCSTASY IN T A S T
Washington Cnsps are
First in the
valuo JI.1I.937 !;!, or S 9W more than the
willio of this par's crop
Outs --The area liareted was UVtMOft
acres. averiiKe lrld, tl 4 bushels per acre;
total yield. Xii.'.m Trti ttushcl-: attgtegHte
value at 27 rents vi bushel $33,S.6,4ls, or
$A1W,9M les than the Wlluo of last year's
ciop Tho total yield this year was, how
over s's?ll.(t bushels moro than whs
produced In li1t and 5.S49.W bushots lu
PXCOHS ol the big ni of 1S
Spring Wheat Uou harvested. r5.(V)
acres; aveniRe lehl. l 7 biuhels per acre;
total yield. !i.4ii.7ii bushels; pi Ire por
bushel, cents, total value. J7,'-H'.S',J.
Winter Wheat Aim harveslisl. m.'Ait
acres; average u-ld per acre, 11.3 bushels;
total jiold. S.IS.Mi bushels; avernso price.,
"S cents per hushol. total value. Vj.3II.1M,
Barley Average pir m-re. 31 5 liushels;
total yield, I'.Wn.Ti' faun price, so cents.
total vnltie. l.7!i.:.vvi I
Uyo-v.veriigv yield 3'.7 bushels tier j
novo: total crop. ,vxs..vw tuishels; farm
pi Ice. 61 cents; total nluc. MJf,0HI. .
Flax Soed--erKe Pl' ucre, 11.3!
busliels: total piiHluct. HKI.0.X) bushels;
total valuo ut $1 31 pev tmshrl. tMI.LXN. 1
Potatoes Average vlold per ucir. hH
bushels: total yield. U,!,H,fiHl bushels,
nvenvm" price. 4! evnts; total valuo.
Hay 'ttanioi Average lelu. IS
total jiold. 4 nS..fi tons; avoiage
JV.IO; total Valuo. $47..'10.WI.
Mnv (wIldl-Avorng-r Meld. 1.4
fotol yield. 1.0.s$,4tu tou.-'uxeMitge
J, 43: totul value, jjs.vr.i.xui
to.n 4tM Notes,
ESTHER VI LLK E . i -' city ami uunty 1
olfleiul, doctor, lac. real estate dealer
and practically every wholesale and retail!
busluesH fir mln Estliei tile has signed
n petition -licking that 1iaiik t'arpentor.
editor of the Democrat, lie appointed post
tnastrtr ut this place. U Ptesldent-Elrct 1
EsVllERVILLE - I'ojignssnian IVank
P Wunds, who has been crltle'itlly 111 ut
tho Cordon hotel in this ettv with ptatiru
piiHumouliii Is gnliilnii ei rapidly ut
present xiii) Ids ntteuitihg tihjhlclnns ye
terday reported him out or dungur
IOWA FA LS-After kepi.ing secret
tholr inturlagi. for tiouru tlnvo months.
Miss Marga Htiydoek iind i'IuiiIoh Htoclt
dnle1. two well known Franklin connl.v
young peoplo. huvo uiiiioini.id that they
wero murrli'd nt the Methodist pnrsonagc
lu Oriindy Center iluilng the co.tuty fair
lu that county.
LONDON SUFFRAGETTES TURN
IN FALSE FIRE ALARMS
LONDON, oDc. 11 Numerous false,
alarms of flro were font out tonight In
viiloun districts of Loudon through ptiblt'i
telephones and tho fire iiUirm system. Tiu
fire brigades turned out. only to discover
that they had beou honxed by the mili
tant niffi'iigettt s Om woman might in
tho net of tinning in uii uliirm, was ar
restee! Vi - i'oti r j-rx
QUALITY OF TOASTED CORN FLAKES. Ill
THAN IN ANY
eaten, every day, by millions of
WASHINGTON CRISPS are
HOMES of his
SUPREME quality of Toasted Com FUVes, in
Wmummt 1L1 1 (hi 1 if ' 3M
Little Grhi G-ives
Life Rather than
Drop Baby Sister
TOOKLK. I tah. Dec. 11 - A raie rx
..inple'''! (itlldUh fo'i'tl ought was given
loiljiv by SeaV-old Pi-arl Skinner
betiiiT her death. Sh Wn singing her
babv elslcr to sleeti In ftont of a stove
when a live coal Ignltfi' hei drrss Al
tlie-ugh nblmxe In a'l Irstunt tin- little
, gltl laid tho Imby carefully ttion a inlr
,ind . ailed to her mother to care Tor tne
Infant before, riiiiiilug Into the yard and
plunging Into the snow !he lived but
a Miorl time.
Ok.aiVa Towel Co new telephone num
ber. DmiKlas KS.
I Must Be
You say as you cough. Tho
pesky germs have been mul
tiplying in you long before
you coughed or snuffled.
Get one of those portly i
looking brown bottles of
(16 os. c 8 oz.) at the drug
gist's Now. Round up that cold
beforo it gets tho best of you.
Wo arc liable to colds these
sharp-edged Fall days. Get
ahead of the enemy by talcing
0Z0MULSI0N before you be
gin to cough.
Hounded 3 ok, brown suniple bottle
free on application by mull to 0.nnnil
Hloli, 548 Pearl r!t., New York,
tanaRBiu.. . i awinwmaiwPHMvnB
AMERICA j -AMD L V
ASKS FOR M-ORX
cveryuung is uone oy aucomaiic
America are supplying,
known are the SUPREME quality of toasted
Grocers are glad to help the public reduce the
off one-third of the HIGH cost of living, '
merchant and consumer instantly recognized
quality Washington Crisps to millions and
America, which REALLY wants to REDUCE
support, by their patronage and influence,
of SUPREME quality, for the same money.
aandtome enough to frune, or ue unfrmed, to dtcorua your "Dea" or LiTing Room.
tisa 11 rmwm 1 1
Try It for nasst catarrh, catsrrhal dcaf-l
nest, liny irver, n .iiinin, toiu in tr.a nend,
ratfttrhut I -e gt imai li or miT otiifr cnmi .v.
tlnn rrnnlllrs from ft niMg ti&.'uil r&tkrrh. e.1car
tb hrd, root it unit hrU the lnflml tueia-
nrfcnri. tict k r.j n s.ini. origin! ftnoon.y
enuinf l'Atrrtl Jill . lmi'loH.KKfmmu.,
orbny s"k) or Wo tub.
KONDON MFO.CO Mlnrn!ll, Minn.
BALTIMORE & OHIO
4 TRAINS DAILY
From Chicago to
PHILADELPHIA and NEW YORK
MODERN EQUIPMENT. SPLENDID
DIKING OAXI SERVICE.
. . Train, the "Chlcaro
11:00 A J. wh'.'.iflfir.ft
. . "Washington Spe
cial." Drwlnir-room oleapera to
Washington and Now York.
5,ACn HI Ti'0"! Ohloago, via.
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York Limited." Drawiny
rooln Slsopora to Pittsburgh and New
York, Observation Cars,
9 iinn fil rrom Chloago, via.
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Drawing-room Bleepors to Pltttbnrgn,
Wheeling and Nw York.
LOW TARES TO FLORIDA rOINTS
VIA WA8HINOTOW, D. C.
For particulars consult naarcat Ticket
Agent or address
dward Emery, T. P. A., Omaha, Neb.
Put Your Want Ad in
XT WILL REACH TWICE
AH SCANT HOMES.
and cordially recom-
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