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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1913)
THE BKK' OMAHA. "WEDNESDAY, AC(HST 20, 1013.
YORK GETS THE LAST ONE i TRAVELERS ALWAYS ON 60
Captures Final Game of Series from
Superior, Eight to Two.
ZAPS SHUT OUT COLUMBUS
W. 0. Bock Finds Tourists Making
Trips at All Times.
SOUTH IN THE WINTER SEASON
Flrmptnn Hold rnthflmlrra to Tto
Illta, While nottlt I I'oundrtl
for Ten In SeTen
Steamship Corapnnlea linn n l.nraje
'Varletr of Kscnrslonaj to the
Troplcnt Seas Daring (he
Krostr Dnys In (he North.
SUPERIOR, Neb., Aug. 19. (Special
Telegram.) York took the last of tho
series today from Superior. Cleramons wa
freely hit to all parts of tho park by
the heavy hitters from York, getting
twelva safe ones. Bverdon pitched a tight
game and could not be forced. On account
of the extreme heat a Bmall creed wa
In attendance. Score:
6np,i. :t . ft 1 3 1 0Mtlnrt, :t. J 1 I 1
Muivty, rr.t a z i a uiuajioa, :n. . a i : i
id. . 3 19 e crneiuiDi, n a i i n i
'lit CLandrvlh, rf.ll 1 C !
( : J C lu'kewlti lb S 112 0 0
Mamqlat, t I
Urowo, C. . 1 1 U VJMt. 3D.... 0 I 0
LcIm, cf ... 4 1 2 r tUrown. a.. 4 0 2 3 0
Itlco, lb.,.. 4 0 Z itfcheld, ... 4 0 S 2 0
Krerdon, j,. 4 I' 0 X OiUtci. p.. . 9 0 1 1 0
Cltmraons, p 4 0 'J 4 0
Totals.. ...M I! 27 i: 2 - . -
Tolala li t)1Ui
York 3 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0-8
Superior ., 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-2
Three-base hit: Brown (York). Two
base hits: Clark, Price, Mulvey, Bocke
wltr. Struck out: By Everdon, 8; by
Hatch, 1: by Clemmons. ,6. Bases on
balls: Off Everdorf. 3. Hit by pitched ball:
Mulvey. Stolen bast: Mulnert. Umpire:
Frees e. (
Knps Pound Pnthflnders.
FREMONT, Neb., Aug. 19.-(8poclal
Telasmm.) Plympton held Fremont to
two hits today and tho Kearney ICapital
lsts whitewashed the Pathfinders, 7 to 0.
Tho Kaps pounded Routt for ten hits In
the first seven innings for five scores.
COnway, who relieved him, was touched
for two more hits and as many runs in
the two rounds that he worked. Kearney
played a perfect game In the field and
ne.ver gave Fremont a chance to score.
Kearney took three strulght games from
the locals In the first scries of tho season.
Slnclatun, If r. 'o 1 C OWallare. n 3 0 1 1 0
Srnek. lb. , I J i OTurpln. It... : 1 J 0
Acock, 2b... .1 2 4 Cllcnrj-, L'v.. I 0 10 O
Harriott, In 1 ill U f.WeUal, cX. i 0 0 0 1
Fcburn. ct i t- t 0 OHeli. 2b.... 3 0 1.2
Gray, rt.... 6 2 3 0 Oetauxc, c... 4 1 j 3
iVoodrutt, nr. J . 3 oWelrli, 'j 3 5 1 U 1
ICrickjujD, c. J 2 O.v'elf, rt. . 3 i 2 C 1
rirmpton, Mill Oltoutt, j. .. i u 1 t
- - - Conway, p. 1 11
ToUta 41 12 27 11- .0 -
TVtal. . 2 2T 1 C
Kearney 0 3 0 0 ,0 2 0 2 07
Fremont ,.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-4)
Two-baso hit: Erlckson. Stolen base:
Herrlott.- Double play: Hoiltt to Stange to
Henry. Bases on balls: Off Houtt, 5. I .eft
on bases: Kearney, 3: Fremont, 5. Hit
by pitched ball: By Plympton. 1. Hits:
Off Routt, 10; off .Conway, 2. Struck out:
By Plympton, 1; by Routt, 5; by Conway,
2. Time: 1:51. Umplro: Myers. Attend
Beatrice Trim Iledn.
BEATRICE, Neb., Aug. 19. (Special
Telegram.) Beatrice played errorless ball
today and won from the Hastings Reds
by the score of 3 to 1, muklns.lt two out
of three for the series. Errett was re
lieved by Haley for Beatrice In the
seventh, and Johnson for Hastings was
taken out in the third Inning and Tuckey
substituted. A three-bagger by Neff In
the first, which brought In two runs for
Beatrice, featured. Bechtbl of Hastings
was fined 15 and put off the grounds for
disputing tho umpire's decisions. Tho
nechtol. rt. 3 3 0 0 lTappan. as.. 4 t 1 4 0
Iltlsy, rf.... 3 0 0 2 OBrannon. 3b 4 1 2 3 0
Wiser, 2b... S Z 1 4 OLonc. It.... 4 110 0
House, ct... 3 14 0 ON'err, 2b.... 4 13 3 0
Tack, lb... 4 2 7 1 IHIcklln, cf. 2 1 0 0
Brown, ii.J 0 3 OTJIack. rf... 3 1 0 0 0
Creatine, Jb.i. 1 .2. 0 OBrewer. .lb.. 2 1 U 1 0
McCaoe, .,!(. 3. 1 1 0 OCoe, c,.,... 4 0 f 1 0
Rtcbrdsn, oi l 4 1 OErrctt, p... 2 0 0 3 ,0
Johnson, p. 1 0 0 0 OHalajv p.... 10 0 0 0
Tuckey, p.. 2 0 1 2 0
Wllly .... 1 0 0 0 0 ToUls 31 27 14 0
Totals.... .35 11 24 102
Batted for Take in the ninth.
Hastings .......,..0 0L0,0 0 1 0 0,01
J3eatrIco 2 1 .0 0 0 0 0 0 J
Stolen bases: Tnppan, Hlcklln, Mc
VCabe,. Sacrifice . hits: Brewer, Brown.
'Two-base hits: Tappan, Wiser. Three
, base" lilts: Neff, JlcCabe. Bases on 'balls:
Off-VJohnson. 3; off Haley, 1. Struck out:
By Johnson, 1; by Errett, 3; by Haley, 2.
flits: Off Johnson In three Innings;
off Tuckey, 6 in six Innings: off Errett
in sixth Inning; off Haley, 0 in three In
nings. Double plays: Brannon to
Brewer, Wlsser to' Brown to Tackc.
Passed ball: Richardson. Hit by pitched
ball: By Black (Rouse.) Time: 1:35.
Umpires: Pontius and Munroe.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Aug. 19.-(Spe-clal
- Telegram.) Grand Island lost a
close eleven-Inning contest to the Dis
coverers today. Tho third game of the
scries might have gone differently If the
umpire's Job had been performed more
satisfactorily. Umpire Ionganecker, who
oflclmed yesterday, failed to appear to
"Hlay, nnd Reed arid Smtzer of the contest
ing tdams were selected, to fill the bill.
. Both seemtd tohand, the local clublhe
. short end, SniUer making a poor decision
4 lit ' tho eleventh that spoiled Grand's
jhance to win tho game. Tho game was
. delayed twenty minutes In tho first In
,;nlng",on account of rain. Tho score:
' -.COLUMBUS. AB.H.O.A.K.
AU.II.O.A.B. Smith, If... 3 14 0 0
Ttondrau, 3b 4 13 7 lDonney, rf, 3 0 1 0 0
1'roples, 2b. 5 1 1 1 Barry. 2b... S 0 2 2 0
Sin j tli, cf...4 10 0 ogchonorr. ct 3 1 6 1 0
Dal, lb,... 4 0 14 0 ai'otfft. e... 5 13 0 1
Uamaer. rf. 4 2 1 0 0 Farley, It).. 5 1 7 1 0
Cran, If.... 0 13 1OWard, Jb... 4 3 2 1 0
Adams, aa.. S 1 2 3 ORchnbrr, as 4 0 2 2 0
Kranlnjr. p 3 1 4 3 OM'Culloh, p 4 0 1 3 0
btone, p.... 4 1 0 2 0
ToUls.. ...58 033 10 1
Totals 40 23 1J 4
Cotuiribus ,...1 000001000 24
Grand. Island, 0 001000100 02
-Earned runs: Columbus, 1; Granfl
Isrund, 2. tl'wo-base hits: Ward, .Smith;
Adams. Bases on balls: Off Stone, 2;
off McCullough, 4. Struck out: By
Stone, 4; by McCullough, 8. Ieft on
bases: Columbus, 8; Grand Island. 6.
Double plays: Schoonover to Farley,
Adams to Peoples to Deal. Wild pitch:
McCullough. Passed ball; Poteet. First
1 baso on errors; Grand Island, 4. Hit by
pitched ball: Rondeau. Stolen bases:
Peoples, Schoonover. Sacrifice hits:
Stone. Downey. Time: 2:CS. Umpires;
Reed and Farley.
Fnlrlinrr nnd feuryvllle Sleet.
FAIRBURY Neb.. Aug. 13.-(Speclal.)-The
Marysvllle and Falrbury base ball
rines played a wcrmly contested game at
the fprmer place yesterday which resulted
In a close victory for Falrbury, 8 to 2
One home run by Falrbury in the eighth'
decided tho contest. Neither team suc
ceeded in scoring the balance of the
game. Bert Shaner, Falrbury's star
, pitcher, contributed much toward winning
,'lhe game. Score: R.H.E.
, Falrbury 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0-3 8 4
Alarysville .,.0 0100100 0-2 73
Batteries Falrbury, Shaner and Booth;
s? Mor)"svllle, Grtndle and Newton.
j-' Itabtes TureAtenetl
by croup, coughs and colds are soon re
' levea by the use of Dr. King's New Pls
' :overy;J BO sents and $1.00. For salu ay
' Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement
Mads strong and .
well in a fsw day-J
without a surgical
operation or loss of
tun. Our work Is
guaranteed. Call or
writ for particulars.
Drs. Wray & Math
tny. KG B llldff.,
passenger man doesn't have many
Idle days during the year," snld W. E.
Bock, city passenger and steamrhlp agent
of the Chicago, Milwaukee & Bt. Paul
railway. "VVe no sooner get tho summer
travelers started than we are plunged
Into a campaign for fall and winter busi
ness. "The East Indies and Panama attracted
a large number of people last winter. In
fact a much larger number than were
able to go on account of the shortage 'n
available accommodations. Tho steam
ship lines arc anticipating a very heavy
travel during the coming winter and
have assigned some of their largest liners
to special cruises, leaving New York dur
ing the months .of January. February,
March and April notable among these
are the steamships Amerlko and Victoria
. - . .....
Lulsc of the Hamburg-American line, the
Kronprlnz Wllhelm of the North German
Lloyd and the Laurrntlc, Megantlc and
Lapland of tho White Star line. Never
before have so many large and luxurious
vessels visited the Carrlbean sea, and
theoe cruises certainly offer an excep
tional opportunity to visit the American,
Mediterranean In the highest degree of
comfort and convenience attainable.
"The route of the cruises Includes Cuba,
Jamaica, Panama, Trinidad, Vcnetuela,
Barbadoes, Martinique, St Thomas and
Bermuda, varying In length from sixteen
to twenty-nine days, and In price from
J145 upv.Ti.nl, according to location of ac
commodations. Weclil- Cruises.
"Besides these special cruises, there are
weekly sailings on the Hnmburg Ameri
can line and Royal Mall Steam .Packet
company to Colon via Cuba and Jamaica,
and semi-monthly service via the United
Fruit company from New York and New
"A delightful trip that does not seem
to be so well known to western people,
but Is very popular In the east. Is ob
tainable In the regular service of the
Royal Mall Steam Packet company, who
have sailings every two weeks to Europe
via the West Indies, touching Antlllo,
Cuba, Jamaica, Colon, Panama (two
Oays), Cartagena, Tuerto Cabello, Trini
dad, Barbadoes, St. Michaels (Azores),
Cherbourg and Southampton. The trip
takes almost a month from New York
to Southampton, Including tho stops en
route, which afford an excellent oppor
tunity of visiting the places mentioned.
The cost Is $175 first class to England and
the return passage from England can bo i
had for 3S5 to $127.60 first class.
"The Mediterranean and Orient are also j
offering their attractions, and unusual
facilities for theso trips aro provided In
Bpeclal sailings of the various lines. The
usual size of tho regular steamer to the
Mediterranean Is from 10,000 to 14,000 tons,
but during tho winter months the linos
have assigned some of their largest boats
from tho northern service to this route.
Among the vessels that, will make special
trls to. tho Mediterranean this winter
aro the mammoth new steamships lmper
ator and Cleveland of the Hamburg
American line, the Berlin of the North
German IJoyd, the Franoonla, Laconla
and Caronla of tho Cunard line and the
Adriatic and Cedrlo of the White Star.
"Tho. trip of tho Cleveland Is an Innova
tion In a Mediterranean cruise, In fact. It
Is a half way around the world crulso. it
leaves New York City January 15 and
vUlts tho Madeira Islands, Cadiz, Spain.
Gibraltar, Algiers, Genoa. Malta, Greece,
Port Said, with opportunities for side
trips to the Holy Land and Egypt: thence
through the Suez canals to Bombay and
Colombo, returning via Naples to New
York City. The cruise takes eighty-one
days and costs $700 and up.
"Last, but not feast of the Mediterranean
trips Is Frank Clark's annual cruise to
tho Orient. I have) represented Frank
Clark In Omaha for a number of yeara
and ho has always carried a liberal repre
sentation of passengers from this vicinity
on his Mediterranean cruises.
"His success as a tourist manager Is
nothing short of marvelous. As a guide
for a tourist company he conceived the
Idea of running his own parties, which
in a few years reached such proportions
that he undertook In 1895 to charter a
boat for a cruise to tho Jfedlterranean
and the Holy Land. The venture proved
so successful that he has repeated It
year after yeaand always leaves New
York City with a waiting list of fifty to
10Q passengers. It remained for him to
demonstrate the feasibility of a cruise
around the world, when a few years ago
he chartered the steamship "Cleveland,"
and filled It to capacity on two of Its
"Next wlator .he has chartered the giant
new steamship "Rotterdam" of the Holland-American
line to sail from New
York City on February 2 on a cruise to
the Mediterranean and Orient, lasting
sixty-four days at a cost of $400 and up,
according to locations. Clark's cruises In
clude shore expenses, always first-class,
and the best of hotels.
Work Never Done.
"Thus you will see that our work Is
never through. When one part of the uni
verse has lost Its attractiveness another
part is beckoning for Its visitors and It's
simply up to the passenger man to have
these little details as to 'how to get
there' at his finger's end.''
Orandall Goes Back
Into Giant Uniform
NEW YORK, Aug, 18.-Otis Orandall,
pitcher, whom Manager McGraw of the
New York National league club traded
to the St. Louis team, was taken back
tonight by McOraw.
St Louis In return received a cash
consideration, amount not named, and a
player also unnamed, whose delivery
will be made as soon as the pennant
race Is settled. McGraw early this month
gave Crandall for Larry McLaln, a
The exchange was said to have made
several of the Giants so angry that they
engaged In a fist tight with their man
ager, as Crandall had bn with the
local club for a number of yaars. Cran
dall was dissatisfied with his new berth-
Arcadia Defeats AnlT. '
AHCADIA, Neb.. Aug. 19.Arcadla de- 1
feated Ansley In one of the fastest games ,
Played In thla section this season. The
Arcadia t 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-3 S t
Ansley 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 01 4 2 t
latteries: Arcadia, Duryeu and Prlch
ard. Ansley, Htruble and Puffer.berger
tdtruck out by Duyrea, 11; by Blruble, 7.
HEARS SONG OF CANARY
AND ATTEMPTS ITS THEFT
Walter Webh of Knoxvllle, Tenn., was
arrested Monday evening for the theft
of a canary bird valued at $2. Webo ar-
'rlved In Omaha Sunday evening without
funds and hearing tho song of a canary
at 1811 North Eighteenth street he took
Mrs. A. Davis who resides there entered
' house: from tho rear yard Just then
1 nr1.l.A1,1 VKV. .....11 nu ,..
and 'held Webb until on officer arrested
him. Mrs. Davis failed to appear against
the man and he was dismissed.
FIRE EXTINGUISHED BEFORE
DOING VERYJflUCH DAMAGE
Firs starting from a pile of rubbish at
tho rear of the bulldtng occupied by the
Horn Auto Supply company, 2127 Famam
street, did about $100 damage In tho lase
ment before It was extinguished.
The. fire was confined to the building
and' did not damage the llum stock.
K. & M 'S WIN FROM
THE M. ES.MITH IDEALS
Tho K. & M.s defeated tho M. E. Smith's
Jtleals by a score of 12 to 3 Sunday af
ternoon at Fontonelle' park. Tho feature
of the. game was the hitting of tho 1C.
& M.s and Stacy's star playing In left
field. For games call Fern Gautler, Web
ster 17S2 or Webster 4S97.
DdiIkc "Wins from Hooper.
HOOPER. Neb.. Aug. 8. (SpeolaM
Dodge defeated Hooper,- 2 to 1. Plndelar
pitched for Dodge and allowed Hooper
but five hits and striking out twelve.
Dodge has beat Hooper two out of fo'ir
Kaines played this reason. Score: nil E.
Dodge 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-2 6 3
Hooper 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-1 5 1
Summary: Batteries. Dodge. Sludclar
and Butler- Hooper, Kclley and Henn'ng
sou. Earned run. Dodge 1. Two base hits,
A. Erb, Kelloy. K. Kellers. Double plays,
Slndelnr to Matties to Black, Black to
Ferrlgo. IThllg to Cahoon to C. Zellcrs,
bases on balls: .Off Slpdelar, 2. Hit by
pitched ball, Parkert. Stlen bases. W.
tellers. Struck out. by Slndclar, 12. by
Kellf-y, 6. TJme. 1 hour and ,S0 minutes,
Orleans Takes SluKRlnir Mntch.
BEAVER CITY, Nob.. Aug. 19. (Spt
clal Telegram.) Orleans won from
Beaver City here this afternoon In a
slugging match by a score of 14 to 11.
Orleans 2 0 0 3 0 0 6 2 114
Beaver City -.0 5 0 0 1 2 3 0 011
Batteries: Orleans, McCoy and Carrol;
Beaver City, Mtrcer, Patrick 'and War
ner. .OCIiA Vlf AVKT4 ,
LrrfertSS,CaJr Lpr -400 Ship!
in the M 1.30689:
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World's Largest Ship
August 30, 9 A. M.
ad erory 3 weeks thereafter.
1.W1011111S puacDgara to axrlv In
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in IIAMUUHQ en Mteatn day. It 00k,
now upu lor the aeaaon.
Was. Uisut.Aug., ;T7, 12 noon
linparator. . . .Auk. 30, u o. m
Uli'U .Urf.Vlu.coep(.4,lU 11.111.
Pres. Xilaooln, Hept 4, 12 noon
ftPnn7lvania,Eepl. il, 3 p.io.
2d cabin only. Tlfamuurg
ia'b. .S. I'tmnaylranla tai 8. S. Pro.
lorla anil (rum New l'ler loot 13d HI.
South Urooklyn, All utliar lalllnia la
IMt erlc I rum our llubok.n Tier
Olbrsltar, Staples and Gtnoa.
lit All juainra in lula arvu m
lioiu N$W 1'IKR, SSd St., boju
ilruuklyn, Taka 2th tit. farry,
S. 8. Kolttte (l'J.500 tons).
August 80, 11- a. in.
fl. B. Hamburg: ui.OOu tons),
Sept. 17, 10 it. m
Jan. is, 1S14
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Cost Including shore trips
and all neccs- Q7flnanl
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Our Tpuriit rirpartmtnt arranga
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to theaters '-ono block
to center of shopping
refined, homelike po'i-
ular price cafe shower
bath free on each floor.
Ideal for Family,
Theater or Shop
ping trips to Omaha
Opposite Orpheum and
New York and Return
Personal comfort,.and good sorvlco are-' features of tho
excellent train service of tho HtiUlmoro' & Ohio to Now
York and Uoston. '
Observation Cars afford the means of enjoying tho
famous scenery of trio "stenlo route" of Eastern
Tho round trip faro from Chicago to ,Now York Is
only S27.00. via 1'IttBbiirgh, Washington D. C,
Daltlinoro aiid Philadelphia. Return, limit sixty-
days. Corresnondlhgly low faro round trip tickets
to . Atlantic Coas't HesorH. Variable route tickets to .
Now York and uoston, Mass., and return, Including "
travel by. rail and stoamor. Tickets on jmlo until
Soptembor 30. Liberal stop-overs permitted at all
The "Intcrsttte Special" leuves Chicago 11;00 A M."
with .Compartment Drawing itocun Sleeping Cars and
Lounging Observation Bleeping Cnrs.
The "New York; Limited" leaves Chicago 5:45 P. M.
with Drntvlng Itoom Sleeping Cars and Observation
Parlor Cars from Pittsburgh.
The"Ncw York Kx-prcss' loaves at 8:00 A. M. and
the "Washington ICrpiss" at 9:30 p., M.
The Dining Car sorvlco an all trains Is oxcoptlonullf
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H. 0. STROHM, T. P. A. Omaha, Neb.
and inter medxo.to points
Best Service via
Rock Island Lines
Electric-lighted through trains daily, to
Wichita Oklahoma. City
Dallas El Reno
Houston Ft. Worth
and almost all points southwest.
Drawing-room sleeping cars and chair cars.
Superb dining car service'.
Low-Fares first and third Tuesdays
of each month
For Information about the low faresWIckats, reservations, eta.
THE SHORT WAY
Two fast through trains daiiy, leaving Omaha at 7:02 a. m.
and 6:30 p. m., reaching St. Louis 10:50 p; m. and 7:4U a,m.
Electric lighted sleeping-car, cafe car and coaoh on night
Through car service from Chicago to Detroit, Buffalo,
Toronto, Montreal, New York and Boston.
Find' out about the low excursion faros to tho east, via
' WABASH '
Agent for all tho Steamship Lines.
Tickets 31.1 South 14th Street, W. 0. W. Building.
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An Hotel of Distinction
with Moderate Charges
New York i ideal Hotel for the Summer
Visitor. Cooled with artificially chilled sir.
600 rooms, each with bath.
iJaXMjraW Summer Rates in effect until September 1 st
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The WABASH is the
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Tickots-on salo daily to Soptembor 30tb,
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You'll secmore and got more bonfit from
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'spoilt. " . v
Cplovndo sceuory is beyond description
--.thcro . isrood camping, hunting and: fishing
tho glorious mountain ozono is a tonic of
STAXTSABS UQAJD OF THE WEST
From tho Union Stntlon tb Tolorndu Rpcclal"
leaves dally nt 12:01 midnight; electric lighted li
brary obaervntjon, Btandard druwln room, slcnplntr
earn, dlnliiK car, reclining chair curs. "Colorailo Ex
prcss" leaves daily at 4:20 p. m.: olectrlc lighted,
standard Bleopors, dining car; rocllnlLi; chnlr earn.
The "IJenvcr Special", leaves dally at 7:35 a. m.;
dlectrlc lighted, observation standard sleopor, draw
ing room and compar.tmen HtandarJ sloepor, dining
car, .chair, car. '
Lot un help you plan your trip. Apply for handsomely
Illustrated booklets and complete Information. Ask for
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by tlils route via Ft. Collins and through Bltf Thompon
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' -I 11124 Famutn 8t,,. Onmlm, Nub.
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until September' 30th
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