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The Bee '8 Platform
1. New Union Passenger Station.
2. Continued improvement of the Ne
braska Highways, including the pave,
ment of Main Thoroughfare leading
into Omaha with a Brisk Surface.
3 A short, low-rate Waterway from the
Com Belt to the Atlantic. Ocean.
4. Home Rule Charter for Omaha, with
. . City Manager form of Government.
; FATHER AND SON WEEK.
Thirty Omaha churches are uniting in a cele
bration that ought to be kept up perpetually. It
is called "Father and Son" week, and will be
devoted to bringing together the boys and their
daddies in a series of meetings intended to in
crease the social communication between the
youngsters and their parents, and between the
. groups. It is within possibilities that both will
find out some things they did not know. Fathers
will learn that their boys have aspirations, ideals,
hopes and vision; the boys will learn that dad
was once a boy, and cut quite is many didoes
as do the lads of the present day,, and each will
learn that the other is human.
Perhaps the biggest thing that can come out
.of it will be the setting up of a better relation
. between some boy and his father. Here If any
where isH place where the bond should rest on
mutual confidence and respect. Father arid son
should be more-than that; they should be pals
in the truest sense.. Too often cares of business,
exactions of society or some selfish occupation
throttle the communication between parents and
children. The fine sympathy that should mafic
tbt relation is lost in devotion to lesser things.
The father should keep always in mind that the
biggest job he has fn hand is being a father.
Nothing will repay him better than to deserve
and enjoy the friendlyArust of his. boy, to have
a part in his plans, to realize that in him is the
man of the future .and that on him depends the
world of tomorrow. To achieve this it is only
necessary to carry out the instincts of the heart
Real fellowship between father and son will
lead to interesting discoveries, as each finds out
the real nature of the other. More than Just this
understanding is involved. The father who really
'knows and enjoys his son has no worry as to
his career. The boy who can go to his father
with any of his troubles or perplexities seldom
gets into very deep trouble. Mutual regard leads
to equal esteem, and the foundation of a real
home for all the family, "Father and Son" week
is a good thing, but there should be fifty-two
f them a year.
Tariff to Have Consideration.
When the senate finance committee decided
to hold hearings on the grain tariff bill recently
passed by the house,, hopes of southern- demo
crats were dashed. One of the singular features
of the Underwood measure is that it particularly
takes care of cotton and ''other products of the
south, at the expense of the north and west. It
was this sectional aspect of the law that gained
it the greatest condemnation when it was passed,
and which has subjected it to the most biting
criticism since. Fear is expressed that the pend-
. ing bill will be taken by Argentina and other
grain-producing countries as an embargo and
will so lead to retaliatory action.
.,- Democrats cling with persistency to the free
trade ideas traditional wifh the party, the open
ing of the richest home market in all the world
to outside producers. Republicans are equally
committed to the doctrine of protection. Under
Its application the great industries of the United
States were developed to a point where it has
been actually demonstrated that our manufac
turers can undersell their- competitors in any
jnarket, and still have the home trade fortheir
Whatever expectations the free traders had
uilt on the personal attitude of Senator Penrose,
they are for the moment at least postponed. Mr.
Penrose, voted against the motion of Senator
Simmons 'in the committee to postpone action
indefinitely, and thus commits himself at least
to the extent of giving the measure its full
chance, for passage. Democrats now plan to de
- feat it by filibuster, a process that will only post
pone the end, for it is generally accepted that
the Underwood tariff will come in for an early
and general overhauling when the next congress
Preachers and the Movies.
According to a report from Washington, the
board of morals of the Methodist church has
made vigorous protest against the lack of rever
ence shown on the stage and in tho movie for
the ministers. Too often the man of the cloth
is exhibited as a "comedy" character, is por
trayed as effeminate, eccentric, or in some other
fashion to invite ridicule and levity; Something
of truth exists as a foundation for the complaint,
,but we would like to suggest to the Methodists
that some reason for the practice also exists.
Many plays show the preacher as a strong,
virile man, of warm human sympathy and love
able in all his ways. This picture is as true as that
which shows the effeminate, ineffectual perpetual
"wet blanket," for both types are found in the
-world It is not only possible but easy to be a
minister and a man at the same time; to sincerely
worship .God and hold the warm regard and high
respect'of all men, and the great majority of
ministers of the gospel, without reference to
creed or sect, do manage to carry on their work
without sacrificing their manhood. Unfortunately,
i some do not conceive their call in this light, and
' manage in one or another of many ways to
forfeit the esteem that should be theirs because
"of- their calling. These may be and'no doubt
"are very sincere, but the world that prefers to
I'sing along its way is not going to accept them
1 as its editors.
' ffhe 'Methodists will probably, make greater
headway if they turn their efforts to convincing
their brethren that religion.it a warm, reviving
influence, and that a dolorous voice and lugu
brious countenance do not reflect credit on that
which promises the pleasures of a welt ordered
life here and the comforting prospect of a happier
High School of Commerce.
The' right note is sounded by Principatorter
of the High School of Commerce, announcing
the reopening of the school on a double shift
schedule next Monday. He proposes that in
structors and pupils come, full of "pep" and de
termination to mike the year the busiest and
best in the records of the school. Along this
line success will come, in spite of the postpone
ment of some plans and the interruption of the
regular flow of life at the institution. Principal
Porter's spirit ought to find an echo in the
Board of Education, to the end that no delay
of any sort be brooked in the big job of pre
paring v for the new building, so long ' ago
authorized. Those who go into the conglomera
tion of makeshift buildings over on Leavenworth
street each day do so supported by the hope that
it will not be long before they have adequate
accommodations in a modern home. This hope
should not be long deferred. " '
: Prompt Response to Uie People.
George Washington, in praising the bi
cameral system of government, explained that
the United States senate was like the saucer
into which the people of his day poured their
tea to allow it to cool, and that while the lower
house of congress might act hurriedly or heated
ly, the upper house wouldf "serve as a check. This
was particularly true when senators were chosen
by state legislatures, arid in less degree ever? to
day when direct election of senators has been
Such checks and balances were part of, the
theory on which the republic was founded? and
if was natural that in this vast experiment in
representative government complete trust should
not be put ih the judgment of the people. That
the governmental machinery should -fee slow in
response to popular demands was undoubtedly
regarded as a measure of safety.
With the continued education of the people
along political lines, however, some very con
servative statesmen are inclined to believe that
greater promptitude in responding to 4he public
will' is advisable. Thus we find a bill before the
senate of the United States, sponsored by
Senator -Ashurst, proposing a constitutional
amendment to inaugurate the president in Janu
ary instead of March, and to let the new congress
meet for an immediate wiritei session instead of
the old one with its usually large number of men
repudiated at the , November elections.
Foreign governments know no such delays as
this whereby a new congress cannot begin legis
lating for 13 months after its election, unless the
executive calls a special session after his inaugu
ration, which itself dates' four months after the
citizens have spoken. The ancient delays of com
munication and hardships of travel which might
have warranted a period of ;waitinjr. have now
been eliminated, and there is no reason why such
an amendment to our fundamental law should
not be submitted to the state? for thorough con
sideration. ... : V
Advice for the Farmer.
If "in miny .counsels lies wisdom" be true,
the gathering' of agricultural experts and authori
ties at Lincoln is ' a gushing stream of purest
wisdom. Its counsels' are almost as many and
as varied as the number of its delegates, but
through alt the seeming confusion shines one
ray of light.' Success on the farm can only be
obtained by work; there is no other way. One
of the speakers struck a Spark when he pointed
out that prosperity had driven more men from
the farm Jhan adversity. Examination of the
records will probably verify this statement He
also touched a responding note when he said
that prosperity had led to speculation in land
and had so enhanced values that the problem of
making the soil earn on the increased figures
iias become serious. Yet he felt that the farm
till offers attractions to the "renter" with
limited means. The entir debate at the Tuesday
Mssion appears to have turned on the question
of profits, without regard to the question of pro
duction. Something of encouragement is found
in this attitude, for it shows no tendency in the
direction of restricted output. Practical farmers
are fully aware that their problem is that of any
other producers, maintenance of a low unit cost
of production and marketing with the least ex-
ense. The items finally controHhe net income,
and as they are adjusted so will farming be-made
more or less profitable.' Consequently, counsel
along these lines is well taken. '
" , Can Up the Clairvoyants.
;; The city license inspector is on the right
track in his move' sgainst the "seers." Omaha
was ridded of these pests some years ago, as a
result of a crusade supported by The Bee. With
the revival of spiritualism in Jtht wake of the
war prophets and prophetesses .have ' swarmed
back, to practice on the gullible. Jhey are not
a legitimate v part of the belief that the spirits
of the dead do hold communication with those
still here, but they seize on that belief to sup
port a nefarious trade. Fortune telling is a sur
vival of a by-gone day, when the supernatural
played a much larger part in the affairs of
humanity. It has no place in the' life of the pres
ent Devout believers in spiritualism need not
be interfered with in the practice of their faith;
that would be unjust, but the authorities cer
tainly can exclude the charlatans who thrive be
cause no arm of the law has been raised .against
them. Clean up the clairvoyants, . and give the
real spiritualists a chance.
Democrats in congress who demandedrelief
are lining up to prevent Action by a filibuster.
Tip to motorists: When a black cat crosses
your path, remember that pedestrians may 'do
the same thing.
The bootleggers' convention before Judge
Munger was quite a success, so far as receipts
The democratic minority in the Nebraska
legislature is just about the right size.
Judge Sears is right; no politics should figure
in the county paving.
loving day at the court house. -
A Line 0' Type or Two
How to the Line, lot the aalpe 111 whore they may.
THAT is a happy economic idea of the Ford
workmen, to devote January to making cars for
themselves. Tiffany's employees might stock
up on vases, and the laborers in the diamond
mines lay in their winter supply of gems.
TOU HAVE TWO GUESSES.
' From the Sunday Trib.J
Personal Reward for Information leading
to whereabouts Of Jaques Seigneur, a French
man, who died tn.1879. VINCENT, 109 W.
54th street. New York.
THE following inquiry was received by the
Trib., which, recognizing the wide circulation of
the Line, has passed it along to jus: "Can you
find my father after being gone 20 years? If so
lease tell me about what it would cost to find
u'm. R. L. Gifford, Harvey. III."
Sir: When my wife can't find the hole In my
sack that I made a fuss about I hold it under the
faucet, and after It la full of water the hole Is
Where the water comes the fastest.
The night before the wife and kid come home,
when you are cleaning up the dish pile In the
sink, did, you ever rub and rub for five minutes
on a dark brown spot and then take1 a close
look to find it was a trademark on the dish?
R. C. F.
"NAME of Man Dead Woman Visited -on
Chicago Trip Out." -Mason City Globe-Gazette.
Awarded the prize, a crocheted bathtub, for
the week's best headline. '
STOP, STOP ' THE WEDDING 1
From the Wayne County Press. J
The marriage license bought at Fairfield,
December 13 by R. J. Goold for he and my
self waa bought without any consent of mine
or any knowledge whatever of same, and he
knows I would never marry him again under '
any condition and do not welcome his presence
at any time. I am only trying to use him
respectable for the 10 months alimony which
he advanced me on November the 28th. 1920,
as I do not want a dishonest dollar in any way.
I think I have tried to be fair with him ae
is getting $83-00 interest on his money. Right
. wrongs no one and I wish to have the publica
tion of the416th corrected. Lura Goold.
. "MERRY Christmas 1" wishes Undertaker Ed
son of South Royalton, Vt. "We wish to take
this time to thank all our patrons whom we have
had the pleasure to serve the past year and
hope for the continuance of your goodwjll and
San Franjcisco, Dec. 28. Safe on board. China
busted. Nippon quaking. Filipinos want the
vote. Honolulu full of tourists. Gosh! We're
skeered to leave the boats Well, as the roofer
aid when hla foot slipped, we're off. J. TJ. H. .
! WE never dip into the files in quest of some
thing but we find an interesting paragraph. For
example, the following from George Sylvester
Viereck: "America could .never have produced
Williaim II. The kin? receives his crown out
of the hand of God. He is prophryogene."
MY LYRE IS OCT OF TUXE.
My lyre is out of tune, they say,
Because it never sings a lay 1
To tell how soon a woman fair
Can drive a poet to despair,
To tell of lovely starlit eyes
Or, ruby lips that tantalise.
' 1 Because it doea not sing of these.
They say my lyre will never please.
' - But why should 1 uee borrowed strings,
And tune my lyre until it sings -s
Of thoeo, who give an empty glove
- To compensate rejected love,
Of those who laugh when I reveal
The inner longings that I feel? ,
" If it must learn to sing of these,
I fear my lyre will never please, -
It Sings of foamy-clouded skies,
.fit care-free birda and butterflies;
It sings of rocks and bubbling brooks,
Of friendly tree and shaly nooks;
It sings of youth an endless song.
Continuing the whole; day long.
I love to hear it sins of these, .
And care not whom it may not please.
S. W. G.
IN the cafe of the Fort Des Moines hotel the
silverware is stamped with a die reading "Stolen
from Hotel Fort Des Moines." A traveler won
ders what this hotel would do in the event ot
its discontinuing business.
YOU'D HARDLY. KNOW JIM. AFTER HE'S4
BEEN HERE A FEW DAYS.
From the Great Falls, Mont, Leader.
'James Dlnneen has pulled up stakes and
left for Chicago and says he is going to see
the preat white way. Jim usually puts in a
month in "Chicago when, he goes down with
cattle, and looks like a real man after spend
ing thai long in the city.
OF all bum sports, perhaps the bummest is
the person wWb makes a suicide pact and then
fails to complete it. t ' s .
Quis Custndes Custodlet?
Sir: I noted the suggestion of the Memory
Test editor that the proofroom be paged for
errors and that he claims to be Infallible. Cer
tainly, this course was under consideration at
the outset, but was abandoned under the con
viction that most of the subsidiary editors de
pend upon Us meaning yourself and staff to
do their "author's proof reading.
But Just as the above was being written
comes along a pubseauently published contribu
tion of my own in which hob was played with
my Latin in a cap headline at that. Now, who
shall re-prove the proofroom or cause the fcom
posltors to be decomposed?
A CIRCULAR offers Goodrich Transit Com
pany Sinking Fund Gold Bonds. If you are not
THIS SEEMS PERFECTLY CLEAR.
iFr'om the Kansas City Star.
He is the first republican candidate for
president since reconstruction days to carry
any state that seceded from the union from
1861 to 1865. Eleven states seceded and Sen
ator Harding lost only eleven, but not those
that seceded, but lost Kentucky, that did not
secede. He lost the other ten states that did
A Happy - Jfew Year, Indeed.
Sir: On the same page of a recent copy of
the W. G. N. one reads with bated breath (Can
nery 7221) that p Jazz will die out within five
years, also (2) Restaurants will cut pies here
after into five Instead, of six pieces. Now, if
my bank will promise to pay interest on my
overdrafts, the year 1921 will be a most haopy
one. J. F. B.
A STATEMENT that Caruso has developed
"superlative pleurisy" reminds Esculaplus of the
small-boy's comparison of sick: Sick, worse,
FRED'S BUSY DAY. .
From the Newton County1, Ar., Times.
Fred Rosemond discovered a very large
copper head snake in the middle of his sitting
room. He struck it in the back yard .with
a stick 5 ft 8 in. long It measured. He killed
the second under the bed a short time later.
WONDERFUL weather I With no fear of
earthquakes to mar enjoyment of it. BL. T.
How to Keep Well
By DR. W. A. EVANS
Quootiono concerning hyflono, MBit.
tfon and Jtrovention of oUomm, oub.
mltted to Dr. Evono hy rudiri of The
. Bm, will bo anoworo4 porooaally, oub-
J act to propor limitation, whore a
atampod, addrcaiad onvolopa ia oa
. cleaod. Dr. Evano will not main
oHafnools or prcrib-for Individual
dioooaoa. Addrtao lettoro ia care ef
Oopyritbt, 1920, by Or. W., A. Xvaa.
"We have heard much about a drop in wheat
and other things, but when will the gum drop?
Yea. when may we expect a chocolate drop?"
Something Lenin Overlooked.
Possibly it never, occurred to the Russian
Soviet government to meet the situation over
there by abolishing appetites by legal enactment
The Opposite Perhaps.
"Hard work will kill flo one," declares a
literary editor. Most people, of course, prefer an
occupation with a spice of danger about it
That Indian 138 years old in Colorado came
to an untimely end by using tobacco. Sparks
from his pipe set fire to his clothing. Portland
Introducing a New Amendment.
"Smokes" are safe for at least another year,
but it isn't safe to make a nredictiou for 1922.
I Birmingham Age-Herald.
VITAMINES ON THE FARM.
Recently I rode from Chicago
through the dairy district of north
ern Illinois on a morning local train.
At nearly every stop a few boxes
of butterine and nut margarine of
one kind or another were unloaded.
The conductor said: "These dairy
farmers send all their milk into
town and thent they buy butterine
and nut butters to eat." It may
have been that the butterine and nut
butters were going to the townpeople,
for the conductor had no way of
knowing that the products he un
loaded actually went to farmers.
I have been told by dairy farmers
that when they had contracted to de
liver all their milk to a creamery
they often found themselves hard up
for butter and milk and sometimes
had trouble buying it In theitown
where they delivered the milk.
It begins to look as though the
dairy farmer was not so hard on his
own children as it seemed the was a
few years ago. It has not been many
years since Funck discovered that
there was such a substance as a
vttamlne. A little later McCollum
proved that certain vitamines were
necessary for growth. A child or a
rat might be fed all - the food it
needed, craved, or had appetite for,
but It would not grow or develop
properly unless it had a sufficiency of
The growth vitamlne which Mc
Collum discovered was known as fat
soluble A growth substance. At
first it was thought that this sub
stance was only found in milk and ,
a very few othr foods. Lately it
has been proved that fat soluble A
growth substance is found in car
rots and a long list of other foods.
Then esme the discovery that there
was another growth substance. It
is known as water soluble B, and it
Is found in even a longer list of
In the Journal of Biological Chem
istry for July, 1920, Amy L. Daniels
and R. Loughlin write that they
found that animals fed on lard and
cottonseed oil lived, grew, and raised
their younar in a normal manner and
degree.' The only source of growth
substance in the foods fed, accord
ing to Daniels -and Loughlin, was the
lard or the cottoifseed oil.' These
fats lnferentially contain 'a fair
amount of fat soluble A vitamlne.
The amount per pound is not equal
however,- to the amount per pound
in butter. It was necessary, for in
stance, for Daniels and Loughlin to
feed more fats than in standard feed
ing experiments. ,
Butter nnd milk are still, and
always will be, the standard sources
of growth substance by which all
others are measured the nutrition
yardstick, as-lt were. The higher
grades of butterine and nut mar
garines contain considerable butter
mixed in. In addition, all such pro
ducts are customarily churned in
Therefore they -have some growth
principles obtained from rrcilX and
butter. If the experiments ofaniels
and Louplln stand, they get still fur-'
ther quantities of these principles
from other fats contained in them.
Viewed from the standpoint of
nourishment, the fats contained are
all right. , They are more apt than
butter to be low in bacteria ajid free
from tubercle bacilli. All in all. the
people in-eaat dairy district are not
neglecting their children, causing
them to grow up runted.
Offers R'ncwonn Rpmrrty.
3. A. L. writes? "Two or three ap
plications of the lotion made as fol
lows will cure ringworm- I have
tried it many times; It has never
failed. Take a lump of lime, size
of hen's egg. and an equal amount of
sulphur; boll them together for
about one hour in a pint of water;
cool and pour off the liquid. If too
strong, so that it seems to sting the
flesh, dilute with water. Anply this
to ringworm, rubbing it in; the worst
ringworm will disappear after a few
Hnrol Disease to Explain.
M. E. D. writes: "Some time ago
I saw an article and your answer
about a woman, aged 63, whose
finger 'tips turned white when the
temperature fell. Your reply was
that she should be examined for
Raynaud's disease. I am 60 and have
had the same experience. ' The
trouble began in the index finger of
my right hand, the whole finger ap
pearing to be absolutely dead. Now
I have it in the left hand the full
length of all the fingers down to tho
Ic nuclei fis
"1. Will you please define- Ray
"2. What does it indicate?
"3. What diet will help? '
"4. Will physicial exercise help.
"5. Is it a serious matter?'
1 and 2. The question is not easily
answered. Raynaud's disease is de
fined by Stedman as "symmetrical
asphyxia, a disease affecting chiefly
the hands, which became white and
cold, then congested, and' in some
cases gangrenous. -The affection is
regarded as a disturbance of the
blood vessels due to conditions in the
central nervous system."- f .
4. No. '
6. Yes, in many cases. -If you are
able to do so go south in the early
winter and stay until spring.
Might Help Eyelnsbefl Grow.
Miss L. M. writes: "Is vaseline
harmful to the eyes and eyelashes?"
, REPLY. . .
No. - -
Protest Against Misrepresentation.
Kearney, Neb., Dec. 29. To the
Editor of The Bee: Some time ago
the Beo printed an article regard
ing Chicago replacing her chief of
police and the results obtained. The
Kearney Daily Hub in an editorial
gave quite an article on Omaha fol
lowing in the footsteps of Chicago,
making it appear that Omaha was
even in worse need of a cleaning
The article ould have been al
right if it had only included
Kearney in its advice. As a former
Omahan I resented that and as a
traveling man I know what I am
talking about when I say that for a
town of her size, Kearney ranks as
high as either Chicago or Omaha
in her wide-open tendencies and her
The pulpit in this city is now on
a campaign against gambling and
I can safely say that never in my 10
years in Omaha and my 15 in Chi
cago have I ever seen gambling so
well protected as in this city.
The tendency of towns of this sixe
to make a butt for all evil of the
best town in this state and one of
the best iri the country Is not only
unfair;' but damaging to Omaha.
An the symbol of what Omaha is
itself, It seems to me that The Bee
should correct these small city
editorials that are damaging to her
and to her sons and daughters' away
from home, and help these towns
to look for their own dark spots.
H. N. S., FORMER OMAHAN.
Dawn of Reason.
Simplified spelling will be dropped
from' naval literature.. Secretary
Daniels has discovered that the
elimination of letters which is sup-.
posed to make spelling awfully sim
ple sometimes makes it simply aw
ful. Tacoma Ledger.
Babies are too smart to repeat
the wonderfully clever things their
parents say. Sioux City Tribune.
y "The Busy Bee
A bee may not be very big and .
it does not make much of a noise,
but no ons ever heard of a poor
house for indigent by. The bee '
provides for the future by storing
up honey against the day when
the flowars no lbogA bloom and
the sun ia not shining.
Providing for the future is al
ways prudent One of the most
practical ways is to open a sav
ings account A dollar or more
will open an account in the Sav- :
ingi Department of the "First"
Now is a good time to act.
M. ".1 i
Bowen's Lower Price
affords "the opportunity
in Overstuffed Chairs,
Rockers and. Davenports
to get them NOW at re
ductions in price, mak
ing them the Biggest
Bargains in all our mer
chandising history. '
Perfectly Safe in the
If They Have
v Worm Steering Gears
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the world over as the most re-'
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The Gulbransen is praised by
ev'ery owner. The national
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urban model) is $595.00. s
We iyw offer it at
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$750 Whitehouse Model
There were 35 new Gulbransen
players stored in Omaha and the
factory has asked us to place
these on sale at this extraordinary
cut in price. Every instrument a
new, high-grade player. Your
choice of finishes in walnut oak
, This Is the BIGGEST VALUL
on the market and it is up to you
to take advantage of this now.
Nearly two years' time to pay fo
the Best Player Piano mad?.
1513 Douglas St.
5 The Art and Music Store.
AMERICAN STATE BANK
s 18TH AND, FARNAM STS.
Four Times A Year
January 1, April 1, July 1 and October 1, your Sav
ings Account will be credited with interest compounded
at the rate of 4 per annum.
Deposits made before the tenth will draw interest for the er
. .- , .
Funds are subject to withdrawal without notice. v .
This bank has the facilities, ability and willingness to reder
.a consistent service to its customers.
Deposits in this bank are protected by the Depositors' fiuar
antee Fund of the State of Nebraska.
C' i I ' ' ii mum mj.i. I t ' T 'T'
5EATTL6 . 72KOMA
Two exceptionally ftie
trains. Faster time
every comfort to make
your trip enjoyable.
Ar. Portland (third day)
11:15 A M.
Solid through train. Observation Biffet
Car, Standard and Tourist Sleepersand
Chair Car. Dining Car Service all the vay.
Lv. Omaha . V . - 1:20 A.M.
(Qo to bed at 10 o'clock If rou like)
Ar. Portland (third day) 8 JO A. 4.
Standard and Tourist Sleepers, Chair (ar
and Diner through to Portland. '
Good connections for
Tacoma and Seattle
For Information ask
' Union Depot
Consolidated Ticket Office or
A. K. Curta. Clr P- Agent U. P. Srste
Ult Dodfi Street, Omaha
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