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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1913.
THOUGHT IT APRIL FOOL JOKE
Solicitors for Tornado Funds Bid
Not Understand Arrest
BAY THEY WERE MALTREATED
yUaert thut Officer Struck One of
Them on the Jnrr, bat Evidence
4 Is Confaaed bjj. Conlrn-
I dieting; Witnesses,
"Keep your mouth shut" was
Detective Dan Lahey's reply to Israel
Rosenthal, after Rosenthal and two
others had been arretted by officers ai
they solicited funds for tornado sufferers,
Recording; to three witnesses testifying
before the city council sitting- as a fire
And police board to hear the charges that
ZAhey struck Rosenthal without provoca
tion, and that Detective M. J. Sullivan
Jwas a party to the assault.
Sullivan, Lahey, James W, Kennelly
Itnd fceroy Wade said Lohey nrer struck
Rosenthal, nor did he even use vile lan
guage In his presence, but when Ifthoy
asked him politely who he was and what
he was dolnir, Israel (rot excited and said,
'It'a none of your business."
Rosenthal's physician testified that on
the day Rosenthal, Harry Walllnskjr and
Merman Auerbach were arrested Rosen
thal came to his office and he treated a
bruise on the side f his face, where
' Jjihey was alleged to have "punched"
"When the policemen came up to Ut (It
was the Monday after the tornado) wo
thought It was an April fool's Joko 'or
something," said Rosenthal. "They dldr.'t
give us a chance to explain. An I was
letting Into the car Lahey shoved and
then punched me In the Jaw-kerwop
like that, so quick I didn't know what
It waa all about At the station, the cap
tain dismissed us. We were In his office.
Auerbach placed a check on the captain's
desk, made out to the Jewish relief com
mittee. Sullivan tried to start a row
when Auerbach moved to pick up the
check as the captain stepped out of the
lAhey testified that he never struck
Rosenthal although a detective from Den
ver, who was with them when the a-rest
was mads, advised him to "knock the
fellow's block off."
Examines III Javr.
Health Commissioner R. W. Connell
took the stand and said he happened to
be In Chief of Police Dunn's office the
day after the thing happened, and was
asked to examine somebody's jaw for a
bruise. He said 'he knew nothing of the
case. He examined the jaw and found no
Rosenthal's attorney asked Connell It
he ordered Rosenthal to "open his jaw."
Connell said he did, but Rosenthal ob.
Jeoted. saying there waa nothing the
inatter with his mouth.
"By what authority did you order him
to open bin JawT" shouted Rosenthal's
"Why, I was just examining htm and
asked him to. I didn't order him to open
his jaw. He didn't have to open It if h
didn't want to and evidently he didn't
Chief, Dunn, responding to Police Com
missioner Ryder's request to take the
stand, declared the Denver detective, in
his office next day, said Rosenthal told
Lahty "It was none of his nasi-
eae" when the detective asked him who
H was. ,
A mysterious woman danced Into the
case early In the trial, lahey sold the
police patrol was speeding pastThlrteenth
and Pine street, when a woman waved
her hand and yelled "the men you 'want
are down that way, about Dorcas street.'
He said he thought she was the woman
who called the police and told them
fakirs were collecting money for tornado
Sullivan said the woman, went Into a
description of the three men, declaring
one of them carried a coat By this de
scription the detectives knew their
query. Nobody knew the woman's Iden
tity. Witnesses contradicted each other flatly
during the trial. They stood firm -In thelt
testimony, the witnesses on one. side re
butting the testimony of those on tho
At 1 o'clock: the council adjourned and
will consider the evidence, a report to be
brought In later.
William L, Burke to
Be Tried for Killing
of Forbes Robertson
William It. Burke, saloon keeper, the
seaend member of his family to be tried
-wttbtln a few months on a charge of
Ictlstfur a soon, will face a jury in dis
trict court next Monday. Burke was
tried about a year ago following the
death of Forbes Robertson, but the jury
was unable to agree. s
Burke I the stepfather of Mrs. Mary
It. Johnson, who waa acquitted lost winter
at slaying1 her husband.
OForbes Robertson, a watchman, died
October IX 1911, It Is alleged, as Uie re
sult of a blow struck him by Burke with
bis fist There was a quarrel tn Burke's
saloon at Tenth and Davenport streets.
Robertson went outside; Burke followed
him and the dispute was rtnewed and
Burke knocked Robertson down. Robert
son's head struck the sidewalk and his
ekull was fractured. He was dragged
into some weeds by unidentified persons
and was found there by the police. He
died In a hospital.
NEBRASKA RETAILERS GO
TO NATIONAL CONVENTION
Representatives of the Nebraska Re
tailers association will go to the national
gatherings of retailers tn St Louis. May
1. SO and tl and extend an Invitation to
the organisation to hold Us next convso
tlon In Omaha.
Those who will attend the convention
from Nebraska, will be President C J5.
Belnert of Wymore. Louis Langhorst of
BSwood, Secretary O. W, Darner of
.Bethany, M. A. Ilostettter and B. V. Par-
rub, manager of the publicity bureau.
These delegates believe the next conven
. tloa of the National Association of lw-
lauers win come to Omaha.
HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS
SELLING TICKETS FOR PLAY
The Ucket Btlllne; committee for the
settlor play at the hlsh school hat btn
appointed. Exchangeable tickets will be
sold to be exchanged for reserved s-ts
as uie ursncels theater any time after
ThU will give the committee
two weeks to sell tickets to Ihs seniors
mcmucn ot uie committee, as ip-
poiniea oy tue piay manager, arc. Chair
man. Morton Ithoodes; Rawson White,
or Porter, Kenneth Craig, Barney Kuia.
kofsky, Ernest B'.hler, Doris Duncan
Suta Mills, Lola Byrd and Mary lUUer-
Associated Ad Men
Convene in Omaha
Next Week Tuesday
About 100 northwestern division dele
gates of the Associated Advertising clubs
of America from Nebraska, Iowa. Minne
sota and the Dakota will assemble in
Omaha May 20. An Interesting program
has been arranged and besides the dele
gates a number of guests are also ex
pected. The program follows:
TUESDAY MORNING, MAT 20.
9:30 ReilUtratlon at Paxton hotel.
10 Address of welcome on behalf of city,
mayor J. v. uaniman.
Address of welcome on behalf of state.
Lieutenant Olvemor 8. R. McICelvIe,
Address of welcome on hehalf of Omaha
Ad club, Robert H. Manley.
Response and address, Allen D. Al
bert Minneapolis, president of the north
western division of ad clubs.
Appointment of committees.
Noonday lunoheon at Commercial club,
Bpeakor from club.
2 "How to Eliminate the SO per cent
Waste In the Retailers' Advertising Ap
propriation," A. O. Newbell, Des Moines,
Round table discussion to follow. "Let
ters that Bring Business," Charles E.
Duffle, advertising manager of M. E.
Smith & Co.
"Painted Ads that Pull." Ballard Dunn.
Chloago. The Thomas Cusack company.
Hound table discussion to follow.
Auto ride through tornado district
"The Rebuilding of Omaha."
Evening dinner and cabaret show at
9:30 "Advertising Copy as It Appeals
to the Man on the Newspaper." C. N.
Cabannln, Norfolk, Neb.
jiouna mDie discussion.
"Undesirable Advertising Schemes," II.
M. Itarwood. secretary Associated Ad
clubs of Iowa.
"To What Extent can a Local Distri
buter Co-operate With the National Ad
vertlserr J. C. Hammond, New York.
Round table discussion.
Unfinished business. Report of com
mittees. Election of officers.
Selection of next meeting place.
Ball game, Rourke park.
Omaha Shippers Are
Against Sate Raise
by Eastern Eoads
Omaha shippers are much Interested In
the efforts of the three eastern railroads
to get consent of the Interstate Commerce
commission to raise their rates S per cent
or. freight. They will use whatever In
fluence they poeeess to fight the move.
One looel shipper has been figuring the
result of the proposed raise of rate, and
declares the railroads are using wrong
figures to show their need of the -advance.
The railroads, he says, estimate an ad
vance of 5 per cent a year would Increase
their annual earnings JW.OOO.COO, the
amount they ray they need.
"These railroads, the Baltimore A Ohio,
New York Central and Pennsylvania,
carry GO per cent of the freight of tho
country. Now, according ;to a recent re
port, the railroads of the United States
earned during the six months ending Do-
oember 11, tl,284l08lO00 on freight. It fig
ures out that GO per cent of this amount
in the territories .of the roads Intending
to Increase the freight rates would
amount to JS, 600,000. That Is what I
wou)d call a good earning for six months
for three railroads. The figures must be
right, for I used the statements of ttvt
presidents of the three roads asking for
their very much needed JiO.000,009 In
crease." Aged Couple Sue Son
to Regain Title to a
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kastner, an aged
couple, are suing their son, Louis Kast
ner, In district court, to recover title to a
cottage and lot which they allege they
paid for with the understanding that the
son was to support them as long as they
The first lot they bought was In North
Omaha and they paid 150 for It It was
condemned by the city for a boulevard
and they received $650, They then moved
their buildings to 4729 North Fourteenth
street where they purchased another.
Tho parents also ask that the son be
restrained from evicting them from the
home. They say he has failed to keep
his agreement. i
Woman Chews Up a
Pearl Thell li being held at tho police.
tatlon as a suspicious character and will
bo given a hearing today when W, J.
Qenn, from whom the Is said to have
stolen SIT Sunday night, will appear
gainst her. According to a complaint
tiled by Qenn the Thell woman picked
his pockets Bundny evening at the Berlin
hotel, fifteenth and Capitol avenue.
When arrested u 5 bill, which tho woman
had chewed to a small wad, was found In
tho lining of her hat and fltto in cash
In her purse.
MURRAY SAYS THE EAST
IS WATCHING NEBRASKA
W. If. Murray, assistant general cas-
senger agent of the Union Pacific Is
back from nearly a month spent at the
company general agencies In the east. ,
Everywhere Mr. Murray found business!
auuu, uui a nun some qoudis were ex
w... - 1 . . .
pressed as to the future, Jobbers and oth
ers not being certain as to what effect
the changes In the tariff would bring
Mr. Murray found eastern business men
Interested In Nebraska and western crop
prospects They all seemed to know that
Nebraska's prospects for a big wheat
crop are the best In history, and at the
same time they are predicting a pros,
perous season for tho west half of the
Y.0UTH STEALS WHEEL IN
ORDER TO RAISE MONEY
Ttantc Miller, a lT-year-old youth of
Milwaukee, Wis., was arrested In Coun
cil Bluffs Sunday evening while trying)
to sen a oioyue wnicn no baa stolen from
Clyde Spence, 1144 Pierce street, Sunday
Miller stated that he had coma to 1
Omaha about five weeks ago, while on
his way to visit his uncle at Lusk, Wyo.,
when he went broke. Bo he stole the
wheel to get money enough to pay an
employment agency's fee for securing,
him a position on an Iowa farm.
Court Sergeant Clover took charge of 1
the bov and will hlp him to get work
Tht charge of larceny against him was
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
CROPS ABE MTED PERFECT
Railroad Report Show a Remark
CONSIDERABLE CORN PLANTED
Acrecre of Oats la Larare Condi
tions In Colorado and Wyoming
Are Salit to lie the Beat
In Mnny Years.
The Burlington's crop report for the
week endlrg last Saturday, complied by
General Superintendent Allen from re
ports sent to him by agents and farmers
along the lines In Nebraska, is more
optimistic than any of those of the past
One week ago he predicted & bumper crop
of winter wheat and placed the condi
tion at that time at 100 per cent.
In his report of last Saturday, Superin
tendent Allen says with reference to Ne
"Wntor wheat continued during the
week to do exceedingly well and the crop
generally Is In the best condition that It
has been for many years. Estimates
made by our agonts indicate the average
condition of the growing cereal:
'Omaha division, 103 per cent
" 'Lincoln division, ICS per cent
"'Wymore division, 108 per cent
"McCook division, 101 per cent'
Vnr Above Arrraxr,
Agents making theao estimates have
maximum crop In mind. I think.
rather than an average crop and I still
believe, as to the condition of winter
wheat, it will be 115 to 120 per cent of
an average crop."
Superintendent Allen In formlnir his
estimate take the ten-year average as
a basis on whloh to flgum, which, If
he Is correct, brings It up to 100 per cent,
plus, or a perfect crop condition.
Referring to the spring gTaln, Superin
tendent Allen says that overt the entire
state, oats and wheat look well and
promise a heavy crop. The acreage of
ooU is large, but spring wheat Is light,
although about the same as during for
There were copious rains over all of
the state last week, somewhat delaying
corn planting, but notwithstanding this.
Superintendent Allen estimated that last
Saturday 0 per cent of the corn In the
eastern and southern and F0 per cent
had been planted in other sections.
flood in West.
Over the Colorado and Wyoming divi
sions of the Burlington, Superintendent
Allen plaoes the condition of winter wheat.
almost as good as in Nebraska, the soil
being In perfect condition and the weather
favorable for rapid growth.
The weekly report of the Northwestern.
gathered by the agents of Nebraska and
sent to Assistant General Freight Agent
Jones, Is as roseate as that of the Bur
lington. Wheat is reported to be growing
rapidly under the Influence of the oool
weather and the frequent and seasonable
rains of the last two weeks. In many of
the fields the stalks have commenced to
Joint and within ten days the heads, will
begin to appear.
The gerat calamity tn Omaha was
quickly overshadowed by the terribly dis
astrous floods In Ohio. Great suffering
and sickness from colds and exposure
resulted which Foley's Honey and Tar
compound helped to alleviate. L. Poole.
KIT California St., Omaha, writes: "My
daughter had a severe cough and cold,
but Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
knocked It out In no time. My wife
would not keep house without it Ws
have used It for years, always with good
results." For sale by all dealers every,
if dMetioi salt of if
COMMENCING TODAY AND CONTINUING ALL THIS
ITEM NAMED IS CLOSED OUT.
$25,111 Salt Pricis en
Propriitary or Patent
60o Hu-Can IXyspopsIa
$1.00 Plnkham'a Compound
Mother's Mustard Plasters
three for ...........
11.00 Pierce's Oolden Medical
SOo Jlealthtone Special,
SOo Laxative Boro Pepsin
J1.00 Victor's aarsaparllla,
$1.00 IUd Clover Bitters.
for . . . ,
$1.00 Asparagus Kidney Cure
41.00 Dr. Cooper's New
Discovery, for ............
2 So Craddook's Balm Salve.
a 8. S. (Bwllffs)
Reslnol Ointment, Qn
4So and OOU
JBo Wentmal's Mutton Salve,
BOo Hoffmelster'a Beer J.Rn
Extniot, for UU
35o Hoff a Malt Extract
lrty "kinds "of Malt " 9Rn
Extract. J for a00
Out-of-town orders filled at these
prices. If sent promptly, accom
panied by remittance.
$25,OM StMk Rtxfitct'MM Said
Box SO Rl Toro, Porto Mean.. 81.60
lOo Ilall Marks, Club House, So
lOo I Marca, box of 60. for ..ta.60
lOo El l alonclo, Havana So
lOo Chancellor Magnolias Bo
Box of IS Permits to Smoke 76a
Box of SO Little Preferenclas..tl.00
Box 60 Manila Media Regalias. .91.39
Box of $6 Preferenclaa Perfectos,
ISo alss , 4118
$25,000 STOCK REDUCTION
Drugs for Institutional and
1 lb. Bynthotlo Camphor,
It lbs. Sulphate of Iron, for
Killing aanaeiions, ror
1 lb. Moth rn l lb. Pure
Sulphur, for. OU
Sherman & McCtnnell's 4 Rexall Drug Stores
as'saBsms' w Minrm mis' s I
smuaiCAar si aroosrsnaxx,
lttfe aaa Bodfe itresta
YT vroaUB 23r a rxoxxsrsirT
AWAITING HIS HEARING
Tatavlkaporlan" No, this Is not the
handle for a rare disease, nor the name
of a Rhine wine, but is the family title
of a man arrested Sunday evening on
North Sixteenth street, whose first name
is. commonly speaking, "Bill."
In police court when William was
slated to appear before the magistrate,
Fred Anheuser, city prosecutor, after
going through a wonderful series of facial
Before the' same,, after the game and
between games anytime he wants a
genuine, satisfying, thirst-quencher, he
says he puts in a glass of Coca-Cola for
a pinch hit.
An aw think
A SPACE MODEL COL-LAR, WIDE STRIPE MADRAS.
PLUMWOOD, fcJAME STYLE, QUARTER INCH LOWER.
sasx. & wrcsox
MAKERS OF TROT'S DE53T PRODUCT
rug aiurc murcnaniHSC
$2i,0ll Stock Reduction Sala
$1.00 fu tcu i.uuber CQn
Fountain Syringes, for ...."U
7Co Rubber Olovea, 390
60o Bulb Family Syringe, 290
Atomisers!.' from ' tl'H ' down g fj q
Rubber' Voe' Bags,' ' $ 1.26, ' and Cn
as low as u
3-qusxt Water Bags, J Qn
reduced to 'u
Sxperlenced Salesladies la Our nab.
ber Ooods Departments.
ISo Llsterine, On
JEo Llsterlne, I Mn
60c Usterlne, 2 DO
$1.06 " Usterlne." " 59 0
FREE SOo Bettl of
Palm Olive Shampoo
Six Cakes '
UBguiar pnoe 100 a caKe and a
60c bottlo of Palm Olive Aft
Shampoo during this Miff
aalo, all for
1 lb. Yellow Ochre or Ventlan
I lb. Dl-Carb. SoJa,
60o bottle Qlycerlne. 290
owi nana oo
B4tB and raraasa aXa.
and Xaraey Streets.
kooactoit oaxi rrox nr
contortions, handed the complaint to Of-'
Iicer Chapman, who, after taking one
glance at the slip, passed It on to Sar
geant Glover, and he tn turn carefully
passed It before Judge Altstadt William
still awaits a hearing.
An Uglr Gash"
should be .covered with clean banadges
saturated with Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Heals burns, wounds, sores, plies. 25c.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertise
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
This Is the New
Miller HuEgin "lead oS" in the
batting, (one of the best stickers in
the league) star second baseman
and si firm friend of
The Drink the Nation
(and the Nationals)
tor Free Boekltt.
COMPANY, Atlanta, Ga,
2 for 25 Cents
WEEK OR UNTIL EACH
$25,M S Stock Reduction Sals
Commencing, Monday May 12, 1913
700 holloa ftixo uriBMua uUll
Cream, ut euoh WrSii
800 boxea lOo bninoia Pollen.
suw Dotues ot Haller'a Wltoh
Hasel Cream, at .,,
$00 $1.00 Bmorson'a S&lety
About 1,000 .26o Whisk
About 000 ISo Chamois
Bklns. at ,
About (00 SOo combs,
a .... ..,..,..,
. 1 4c
SOO JBo botUaa
400 BOo botlea OtZn
Day Rum, at... OU
About 1.600 26a Tooth
i CREAM j
About TOO bottles
60c Pompelan or Galatea
Massage Cre&m, for , .
1 gross BOo Mai vlna Cream,
Powders and Pastas, ,
20 fross Roman Violet, Carnation,
Tralllns Arbutus Talv, gg
A large assortment of Hand Mir
rors, at just h rexes
(About 3,000 boxes assorted Face
Powdsrs, 3 So to BOo kinds, Qq
I doxen kinds bulk BOo 9Rn
Perfumes, at ox. twli
1 gross SOo Malvtna Cream, at.
2 gross iSc Epaey's Fragrant I 4
Cream, at .. I f U
800 botles SOo Galatea Mas
sage Cream, at
200 jari BOo Dr. Charles
11.00 Pearson's Ideal a ft
Hair Brush DSC
.This la the very best-quality now
16c Mule Team Borax
100 Blaud'a Iron Tonlo Tablets 29fj
m Dr! Vlinkie's Pink Tablets." " g Qq
X.oyal Xotel Blook,
Worth ISta Street.
Or AX.X, OVX BTOKES.
Qualify That Satisfies
REMARKABLE VALUES IN TUB SILKS
100 pieces of yard wide Tub Bilks, made- to Bell at 89c to fl.25
yard, white grounds with neat colored stripes, big assortment
of choice weaves, tho Ideal summer silk, SO .-.J fifl.
this week, yard 00C 3111 iOC
- . .
Silk Petticoats, $3
values, in all col
ors, at . ..$1.39
35c values, will
go at 19c
One table sheer white goods,
assorted styles, new fabrics,
worth, up to 59c yard, 35J
Assorted lot sheer Persian and
French Lawns, values up to
39c yard USWtf
White Ratine, this season's
most stylish weave, worth
SI. 2 5 yard 85
Luna Lawns and Klaxons, In
checked or plain, worth 50c
Domestic Room Specials
Cotton Chnllies, good patterns, 6o value 4c
Hope Muslin, 36-inch wide, 10c value 7YzC
Roachdale 9-4 Bleached Sheeting, 25o valnes 20c
Linein: finished Suitings, 36-inch wide, 19c. values . .ISVaC
Striped Cheviot, good patterns, 15c values 10c
Special Flour Sale Tuesday, per sack, $1
This flour Is made from the finest
pies or cakes. We make this price aa
Omaha to give It a trial.
99 lbs. best granulated .sugar.. 81.00
10 lbs. bast rolled breakfast oat-
meal '. aSo
10 bars Beat 'Km All or Diamond
O Soap , "8
10 bars Laundry Queen white laun-
dry soap 25c
7 bars Electric Spark soap for. .B6o
10 lba. best white or yellow corn
7 lbs. bulk laundry starch, for..35o
1- lb. pkg, Stars Napha or Pyramid
Washing Powder for .17H
12 pkgs Qlllett's Washing
Crystsal '. ISo
Yeast Foam, pkg i ..... . 3o
Grape Nuts, pkg. t.UOo
E. C. corn flakes, pkg, So
J-lb. cans fancy sweet sugar corn So
2- lb. cans wax, string, green or lima
2-lb. cans golden pumpkin, hominy
or squash 7o
2-lb. cans solid packed tomatoes, .lOo
1-lb. pkg. .corn starch , 4o j
The best bulk peanut butter. lb..iaViO
6 lbs. fanoy Japan rice, 10c qual
A little Bee want ad does the business.
Everybody reads Bee want ads
sWctlking Shoes for
That comfortable etyle bo
popular with the ladiea.
In low cut oxfords for
the summer girl. We
have them In white
Duck, Rubber Soles,
$3,50; or Russia Calf,
Rubber Soles, $4.50.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Yubsvrtbc No,, Illustrated VesUarea
Prices That Please
You Can Savo
15 to 50
Suit Bargains Tuesday
Over 500 Beautiful Suits, broken lots
and samples, made to sell to $35.00, in
cluding fine Serges, liandsome Silk
Suits, fancy mixtures and other fine
Suitings, in a splendid assortment of
clever designs, in all colors and sizes,
for choice of 150 Nobby Spring
made to sell up to $15.00.
House Dresses, to
$1.25 values, in all
sizes, at . . . .69c
ers, to 50o values,
Wash Goods Specials
New Silk Warp Ratlnee, in jail
the new shades of tho $1.00
,New Brocaded Silk Warp Nov
elties, tne $i.ou quality, on
sale at, yard $1.00
New Bulgarian printing, in
Voiles, CropoB and other
goods, at yard 25S 38d
The genulno Windsor Costume
PUsses, sold every where at
25c a yard, our price 19J
New figured voiles, silk strip
ed Mallisse effects, yd. 3g
Samples fee. Particular at
tention, to mail orders.
selected wheat, nothing finer for bread,
an Inducement for every housewife In
The best tea sittings lb. at 100
Golden Santos coffee, lb. at . ..,.flo
Butter Takes Another Tumble of So.
The market declined this week So.
The best creamery butter, carton or
bulk, lb 33o
The best country creamery butter.
per b. i 30o
The best dairy table butter, lb. ..So
Good dairy table butter, lb Boo
The best No. 1 strictly fresh eggs,
per doien , flOo
Fat up pineapples now. They are
adranolng in prloe and the demand
will wake them still higher.
Extra large size
Keach , 15o
Largo slzo J
Medium large size
Each .8 1-30
Per case, any
Hayden's First ,
Th 5j& Day Rout
NEW YORK HAVRE FARU
Blraot Rests ta tatMwitt
Hew. large, fast, turbine
Sjusarvsls and twin eorews,
From New York, Thursdays
Provtnct-Mr 1. Jo IT. Jul IT, Auilt
urnlnr Mar it. Jul 10. Au 7, Ocf.
Yitnt (KfewWa C, Jua It, Jul t(. Ave 3
H.vnla r... 1 1.1, 1 fill II Aii.-
Ns W, Is rgSi quadruplsandtwlii a crew,
oneetats(ll), eabln steamer. 8up4
rlor service. Popular prises.
From Hew Yorsy turdsya
...iltr, Mr V- Juo ji''ep IJ CM ll.
c huib u Mr II Jot . Auz II, 8p .
a, o-Jud tl, Aug I, Aos JO, Sept Jl,
r-'cntresl Quebec Havrs
On Class (II) Cabin Stecmera
futot Mcsaen la CimdU tiuMtUadc Kirk
j T mront Mf 2, Junt 11.
I ii Julr it Aug It
Tro aptilM cm rdl Kruno W tiJt Hm. YflK
lot Klein?. inbaulM Ull tlcaui sag etwj
nuxkra wlctr arrtUaca.
Maurice W. stoxmlniltt Osa. Wen
era XKt- 13 X. Sear born t.
Chicago, or aay a Ayai. f
"Thtmt of trawltlua it
r0it!f imagination bit r
mllttt. suss? Intlead of thinking
hoi tklno mail be. to f
thorn tto areS'-Johnton.
Uka Rm at lb( UoJ Isckwt
St. Lownoca noU ta Kuropt.
Iraa M0.YTREAL t fUElEC
- JLlk tho Koantt Attn
S, E. Corner Madlron and LaS.nl -e (Stsw
Chltaao, or lACAlJvnts.
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