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"""I ab nowar Ysses.
onknp Suiciaa Coroner Crosby
rr.nrtu-tl an Inquest over th bod, of
frank Boukup. who took his lif, hr drown-y-
in a cistern laM Monday morning
1 tmraday moraine founds was the ver
" : f t of tr.e Jury.
ow.U U Kept. ntJaowunUe4 Ptat
1-lstrUt Attorney f s. Howell la confined
to hia horn, with a serious attack of ton
silltls. Mr. Howtll recently returned from
Lincoln, where h defended several caes
ior ina a-overnment In the fww.i
there. Ha vu taken alrk imm.,..
pon hli return to Omaha.
Staaaar OU Compaq Appeals A. no-
re of appeal from the damaKns awarded
he Fiandard Oil company art Pin. out of
r,e proposed eonMructlon of the Nicholas
tieet viaduct waa filed with the citv clerk
i-naay morning. The appraisement com
mittee awarded th company H.SnO, which
attorneys declara ta not sufficient by one
haJf. A petition from the company Is be
fore the city council aaking that the plana
for tha approach be changed r that ea-ler
access will be afforded the comany. This
tetta.ton has been referred to the railway!
nrrd viaduct cmnmlttee.
Saw Assistant Attorney Oeaeral Here
fAftrtfttant United Biates Attorney General
Erneat Knaebel waa a visitor at the fed
eral building Thursday morning on his
army from Ivenvc-r, Colo., to Waahlnglon.
t. C. Mr. Knaebel waa recently appointed
'to that office and la on his way there to
enter upon his dutte-s aa assistant attorney
' general. Ha had nothing but the bkt tn
Bay of Colorado and asserted that It waa
,the moat promising state of tha union.
"At tha present time." ha said, "we are In
need of rain, and the prospects are very
good that it will ccme within a few days."
Davidson Talks la Wisconsin Willlsm
M. ravldsoh, superintendent of schools,
will deliver the principal address before
the Plate Normal school of riattesvllle.
Win., next Monday. Mr. Davidson will
leave Sunday nijrht for the Wisconsin city.
"Tha State Normal holds Its memorial
eervices In conjunction with the old sold
ers and patriotic societies," said Mr.
LMvtdson. "The veterana are the gurati
of the school authorities and the event Is
a red letter day In that part of the coun
try." Woman Testifies Agmlnat Hatband "I
would rather go to the pen for twenty
jer than atay with my husband one day."
Aald Mrs. Emma R. H. Levi on the witness
tuand In Judge Kennedy's court Friday
tjmcrnlng. Mra. Levi la suing her husband.
hp Levi, for d Ivor re on tha grounds of
cruelty and an overindulgence on his part
of the cup that cheers. The remark con
cerning her preference for the penal In
stitution came out 1n reply to an alleged
threat against herby her husband.
Auto Dealers Ask
- for Concessions
f Eeqttit Mayor to Hare Certain
Streets Set Aside for Dem
. onstration Purposes.
' the speed laws In certain sections of the
k.H..l.ll. 4 1 1 .. A - . I
tlon to Mayor Dahlman Friday morning,
asking that certain atreets be aet axlde
for demonstration purposes. The petition
bora twenty-six signatures, which Included
all the agents in the city.
Thoy wanted to use Thirty-eighth street
north from Farnam street to Dodge and
iDavenport streets, thence eaat on Dodge
and Davenport to Twenty-fourth street;
Park Wild avenue for the full length, and
all of tha south boulevard, otherwise
known aa "Tha Speedway."
The petition waa referred to City At
torney Rine, who told the mayor that un
der no conditions could such a request be
y f granted.
"The speed laws are determined by state
statute," said Mr. Rine. "Hotel keepers
might aa well ask for permission to aell
liquor after eight in the evening. This re
quest would be as re&sonabta aa the one
petitioned for by the auto dealers."
I'nder the present laws autotsts are
limited to a speed of ten miles an hour
In the "built up" district In the city limits
and fifteen miles an hour in all other sec
tions. Tha petition recited that dealera were
unable to show the possibilities of their
cars under tha speed regulations. They
wanted the concession, they said, for dem-
tk . jOuntratlon purpoaea only.
if A Break for Liberty
f Vfiom stomach, liver and kidney troub'e Is
I tnsde when a tte boa of Dr. King's New
t Life Pills is knuilit Vni ula Iw P..iln
CADET COMPANY MIXES
IT WITH A CHAUFFEUR
Carh Mde Comes Oat sf the Battle
ta sen hat DUIIDrMl
I Company O of the Omaha High school
f cadet ruilmect received an Intimation last
Drill day of what aar really Is. Hut from
the result of the encounter the majorty
f the lads think Ueneial the: man's maxim
applies only to the other contestant.
Aa automobile running at a lively clip
dashed into the ranks of the oompany on
Twenty -aerond street as the line stood In
dreas parade. No apologies im offered
by the driver fcr what might have been
pla'nd aa a mlJuU;mcnt In driving or
Inability to cmirol the machine, but in
stead be ordered the cadets to get out of
his road, and those who ha had knocks!
Sown In his oah to "pick oursoKva up."
Ore boy Instead of getting out of the
say picked hlmtetf up and grasping h'.s
fun started to , pick tha auio up with
ffufcto. The driver grsbbtd a couple of
lammera In the bottom of the auto and
'taj-tad Out te protect his machine,
la a few mornente half the lads of the
mjny were ready to hit both the driver
ma the machine alio their guns, when tba
aptaln and a few officers intervened and
vefl the 'fellow who buttej in."
The not result of tha first battle Is a
few bruised boy a and a number of dents
ar.d scratchra on an automobile.
Manyoa'a KheanarlsBi Keeiedy rettevoa
atus la the icsn. traia. .jack, auff or
SaulUm Mat. Coatataa b Bsorahlue
N traM or arnga ve Blea tha
yJM r1- It neutralises Ike arid and drlva
V, 1 ut hll rhraiabUe iWli fresj CU ar
, V trm "Uj lr.1 Vina yes, Ud iu4 Jeff
r irvoi Pts, Phua. fa, tu aieimsl a4
SMaa, abaWaUiy free.
John Dale Made Delegate to
Methodist Ecumenical Council
John Dale has had confrred on
him a most signal honor, that of
being selected the only lay delegate
In the western division to the great
Ecumenical Council, Methodist
Church of the World, to be held at
Toronto In tHtober next. Thia Is the
great representative bjdy of worlJ
Methodism, and embraces represen
tatives from all branrhes of the
church from ail parts of the world.
Five hundred delegates will as
semble at Toronto In convention
from October 4 to 17. and will deal
with the questions that affect tha
church In all it relations. Mr. Dale
waa notified of his appointment
several months am, and asked to
signify hla acceptance, which he did,
but the announcement has Just been
made to tha public, because of the
delay In airang'r.g the ).rt of dele
gates from oihtr sections of the
western distrli t. of which he Is a
part. The full list of dili gates will
soon be gien out. Governor Aldrich
of Nebraska. s appointed as alter
nate to Mr. Dale. Bishop Nuclson
will be In attendance as one of the
prelates of tha church.
GRAND JURY PROBES HOSPITAL
Will Investigate Assertion by Lynch
that Money is Wasted.
THE EE BEFORE THE GRAND JURY
MrClssskss, Saperlateadent, Anthes,
Chief Clerk to Aodltor, and
George Manner, Esulaeer,
I aa Vv'ltnrases.
The grand Jury has started Its probe on
the situation at tha county hospital.
Thomas McClunahan. superintendent;
George Anthes. chief clerk In the county
auditing department and George ilagner,
the engineer at the hospital, were closeted
with the Jury In a prolonged session Thurs
John C. Lynch, county commissioner,
started the ball of Investigation rolling,
when he brought out the fact two weeks
ago at a meeting of tha board of a startling
increase tn the expenditures at the ln
btitutlon since the first of the year. Fig
ures produced V him showed that the ex
penses were In an average excess of more
than fLOO a month for the first four
months of t'li.: year over the corresponding
four months of lvlO. No permanent im
provements were made.
Thomas O'Connor, who is chairman of the
committee of the hospital, explained the
Increase by staling that there hud been a
large access in the number of Inmates and
that the cost of living had gone up. Tha
board, however, ordered a thorough in
vestigation of the matter.
Thirty Days for
Pinching His Wife
at Public Dance
Penalty of Month in Jtil Will Be Paid
. , by Man Who Couldn't Control
Thirty daya In JaU is the penanca set for
John Anderson of South Omaha, who
pinched his wife's arm just out of sheer
Mr. Anderson and his wife went to a
d&noa at Twenty-seventh and M atreets
Wednesday night. Mrs. Andeson made a
There waa a throng of admirers, ten
deep, about Mr. A. when the orchestra
reluctantly struck up "Home, Sweet
John had a hard time getting to hlswlfe.
and when he did he addressed the admirers
In fluent acoenta. saying, among other
things and in conclusion: "Now, beat It."
Mrs. A. Interposed a few remarks and
John exercised bis masculine and proprie
tary authority by pinching Mra. A.'s arm.
The Mrs. told the police about IL Then
she told Judge Callahan about It all over
again tn police court.
Jude Callahan put John away for a
The Andersons' peaceful little home Is
at Thirtieth and K streets.
THREE MORE SPEEDERS FINED
T. M. Rrorawell Apaeala fsst la
Which He Was Klard Sev
eral Daya Ago.
An appeal waaaken by T. M. Bromwell.
Xll North Taenty-fifih street, from the
decision oftha police court fining him
and costs for exceeding the speed limit in
an automobile. The case will be taken to
the district court.
JudKe Crawford Thursday morning fined
three additional "si-eeders." They were O.
E. Tager. Iia6 North Seventeenth street:
Fred Marhoff. 400 Seward street, each $JT
and coet. and Carl Johnson, an American
District Telegraph mesreneer boy. The bo
was fined t:o and costs for tut riding on
ROBBED ON OWN DOORSTEP
A. J. Barak Relieved of Chans;,
Watch and Baak Booh by
A. J. Parak. tlH Harney street, was
held up and robbed In front of his home at
10 o'clock Wednesday night by two men
The victim gave up 14. a bank book and a
gold scarf pin.
Barak was Just at the point of mounting
the stet leading to his house when two
men stepped out from tha darkness and
ordered him to hold up his hands. After
rifling his pockets, they ran with all speed
from the acene.
The description of the stick-up men given
by Barak doea not tally with those of
other hold up men that are In the po ses
sion of the police, and who have been
uperatinsT aaslduously In the last few
MRS. C. R. LOCKW00D IS DEAD
YnaasT Wssua froas Omaha lie
enasha nt Her Heme In Kaa-
Mrs. Charles Kichard Lockwood. daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Beach Taylor of
Omaha, died at her boms In Kankakee,
111., at o'clock Thursday morning.
Mr. and Mm Taylor left for Kankakee
Punday evening, called there by the seri
ous lllneos of both Mm. Lockwood and
ilttlo daughter, aged t weeks. Mr. Taylor
had been seriously 111 in an Omaha hospi
tal until a meek ago.
Tha wedding of Miss Taylor and Dr.
Lockwocd wes celebrated In Omaha two
years ago. Mm Lockwood attend! the
Omaha High school and bad many trtonds
h J' -J- i. I
TO REGULATEJATE OF SPEED
New Automobile Ordinance Being
Prepared by City Attorney.
CHIEF WOULD LESSEN THE BATE
Says that Pedeatrlaaia Are Xoif la
Great Danger from Antosnobilea
In tha Down Tons Sec
tions of the City.
An ordinance to regulate the rate of
speed of automobiles within the city limits
a 111 be presented to the council for passage
In the near future. Acting on the sugges
tions of Chief of Follce Donahue and Louis
Berka, president of the city council, W.
C. Lambert, assistant city attorney, la In
vestigating prevailing regulations.
The purpose of the ordinance will be to
cut the present rates of speed, permitted
by the state .laws, provide-for lighting
automobiles and forcing demonstrators to
number their cars so It can be known that
they are being used for demonstration
"The state laws permit a speed of one
mile In six minutes in the 'built up' sections
snd one mile In four minutes In all other
sections," said Mr. Lambert. "Many city
officials contend, however, that such a
rate Is excessive and that lesser limits
should be fixed. No doubt exists that the
city can regulate sperd by ordinance. The
mayor and city council can cut the present
limits, but they could not raise them."
Just whut rate will be permitted has not
yet been determined.
As soon as we can get together we will
name some speed that will be safe anj
sane." said Chief Donahue. "The present
limits are excessive and endanger the life
and limb of pedestrians. Especially Is this
true In the downtown sections, where seri
ous accidents are narrowly averted each
day. Voder the present limits. It Is only
a question of time until some one will be
Seven Baby Girls
Born to U. P. Clerks
Scarcity of Boyi it Worryinf the
Heads of the Passenger
Where the future rate clerks and the
passenger officials cf the I'nlon Pacific
are to come from is a question of some
moment among the present passenger force.
For Wednesday the seventh baby girl was
born in the last few months to a member
of that department.
Frank Watklns. chief clerk, was tha
proud father Wednesday, but when ho Im
parted the news to his fellow office men
there was a wall of sorrow as each learned
of tha girl baby.
"Where do you suppose ths future rate
clerks are coming from?" asked one man
In a tearful votca.
R. A. Smith, head of the advertising
department; E. E. Shlvely, P. C. Davidson,
J. G. Fort. W. L. Hughes and G. O. Davis
are the other father of feminine babies.
COUNTY ATTORNEY ASKS
CHIEF FOR EVIDENCE
Eaarllsh Rrqarsta Uonahae to Give
tilsa Inforsaatloa at llaad Con
cerning; Disorderly Hnnaes,
A request from James P. English, county
attdrney. for evidence relative to disorderly
houses, was received by Chief of Police
John J. Donahue Thursday morning. Tha
county attorney states that he will file In
formations against violators of the Alberts
law. passed by the last legislature, as soon
ss he ran get the desired Information.
"If you have any evidence of the ex
istence In the city of Omaha of nuisances,
desrriled in the act, which is known as
Senate File V. will you submit same to
me at your earliest convenience, together
with evldmce relating to persons conduct
ing such places, and owners and ag-nts of
the' buildings and grounds where such
places exist." asks the county attorney.
Chief Donahue states that he doea not
know what steps be will take In the mat
ter. "I only recelvtel the letter this mom
irg." said the chief, "and aa yet have not
had time to consider the request. In two
or three days I will decide what I will do.
At the present time. It is doubtful If this
departmnt could furnish the evidence that
the county attorney wants."
The Alberts law provides for prosecutions
of d'sorderly houses on the charge of
nuisance. Vhm such charges are proven,
the penalty Is closing the place for one
SUSPECTED HORSE THIEF HELD
Man Wanted by Anthnrltiea la isis.
h, la.. Is (apt area by
Charge of horse iteallr.g led to the ar
rest of Frank Peterson, wanted at Audu
bon, la., by patrolmen Thursday morning.
Iowa officers charge that Peterson took a
team from a livery stable and drove it to
Coon Rapids, where It was sold for ll'SO
Peterson had lit) In c&sh on htm when
Advice that the man was In Omaha was
received at police headquarters in a tele
gram from the sheriff at Audubon at S
o'clock Within eighteen minutes Detec
tives Dunn and Fleming arrested him on
Peterson, the police allege, has con
fessed ta the theft of the horse and aell Log
them In Coon Rapids, lie haa agreed to
go back to Iowa without requisition papers,
tha police say.
OMATTA.' FT. TP A Y, MAY
NONRESIDENT PUPILS TO PAY
School Board is How Wrestling' with
the Vexing Problem.
SOME PUPILS WHO DO ITOT TAT
anerlateaDeat. Attorney aad Secre
tary )r the Hoard Will Try
Evolve Some Plan for tba
et ckool Year.
Before another school year mils around
the Poard 'of F.ducatlon will have solved
ithe problem of nonresident tuition, which
bs caused the school officials much an
noyance for the last two seasons. The
cuestlon has been referred to Superintend
ent Wllllum M. Davidson. Edward Balrd.
attorney, and Secretary Burgess.
Secretary Burgees has experienced much
difficulty In drawing the line as to who
should pay tnltlon. Thi. however, his
not caused him ha;f as much worry as has
the Investigation of cases where children
are attending school gratis who should pay
The whole trouble lies says Mr. Burgess,
in ascertaining the residence of the par
ents, aeainrt whom complaint has been
made. The law stimulates that all children
wh'.se parents live In the school district,
"hall be entitled to free tuition. Put many
whose parents live lusf'outslde the boun
daries have been enjoy ng the privileges of
the Omahl rchnols. Especially is this true
of children ho live In Fast Omaha an
Clontarfs cOditlon. Fast Omaha la nart of
Iowa and for that reason the children
should be rovided for by the state across
the river. Clontarfs addition Is neither In
Omaha or South Omaha. o the cltyless
kids have been attending the Omaha
schools. Jn some cases parents who live
In South Omaha have been sending their
children to the Omaha schools in iir.e
violation of all provisions.
Confereni-es have been held between the
Oniuna committee and the county superln-
tcraent looking toward some understanding
where the children of Clontarrs addition
can attend the Omaha schools and the
county foot the bills. But so far no defin
ite agreement has been reached.
Many Rvade Tnltlon.
"Many Ingenious schemes are devised to
escape the payment of tuition," mji gecre
tary Burgess. "Children will misrepresent
tneir residences ofttlmes on suggestions
from their parents. Parents will take up a
residence In Omaha until after the school
year opens then move to some of the sub
urban towns and send their children to the
Orrah.i schools. We have no nay of know
ing these facts, except as they are reported
and ve investigate. Some times we find
that the complaints have nothing back of
"The school district does not lose so much
In th way of money. It is the continual
annoyance from petty complaints that cause
all the trouble.
"The outlaying schools, such aa Walnitt
Hill, Beals, Kdward Rosewater, Central
Tark, Lake and the high school are most
affected by the nonresidents. Still, I
doubt If more than two or three cases on
an average would be developed under the
Tuition rates that now prevail are: For
children from first to fourth grades, S15
annually; fifth to eighth grades. S20 an
nually, and high school. $47 annually. In
1908 tha receipts from nonresidents
amounted to $2516.50; In 1909. 12,401.75. Fig
ures for 1910 are not available.
"Tama Jim" Will Be
Made a Good Knight
Secretary of Agriculture and His
Workers Invited to YUrf the
Samson has Invited James Wilson, sec
retary of agriculture, together with mem
bers of the Bureau of Animal Industry,
who are to meet In Omaha. June 12-13, to
attend festivities at the Coliseum, and be
initiated Into the rites of Ak-Sar-Ben.
II. J. Penfold telegraphed Invitations to
Washington to be communicated to Sec
retary Wilson by Senator N orris Brown
and Senator Q. M. Hitchcock. '
June 12 will be the second Initiatory night
at the Coliseum. It is proposed to enter
tain the visitors on that date. One hun
dred and fifty members of the Bureau of
Animal Industry are to gather here and
it is expected that they will all be made
Knights of Ak-8ar-Ben.
SOLDIERS MARCH TO FT. OMAHA
Eight Pall Companies Make March
of Abont Twenty Miles froas
Two battalions of the Fourth Infantry
stationed at Fort Crook, consisting of
eight full companies are on the march from
that post to Fort Omaha, a distance of
about twenty miles. The boys from the
garrison, upon arrival at Fort Omaha, will
be instructed tn ballooning.
Shortly before noon the troops passed
through Omaha along Twenty-fourth street.
At Fort Omaha the troops from Fort
Crook will remain for two daya or until
the end of the aeronautical aeason, which
will probably oome to a close next week
A small balloon will ascend Thursday af
ternoon, weather permitting, and wireless
enessages will be sent to tha occupants.
Dirigibles wlllbe sent up Frlt'ay or Satur-
COY IS HIT BY AUTOMOBILE
Charles Fevrdy Mlshtly Injnred
When Han Don. lalea to
Charles Fevrdy. li years old. SS3 South
Twenty-first Mreet, South Omaha, was
struck and slightly injured by an automo
bile driven by L. D. Hopkins, sales agent
for the National Cash KegUler company,
The injured boy was taken to a physi
cian's of flea for emergency treatment and
thence to his home.
In the car with Mr. Hopkins was E. H
Epperson, agent for the cash register com
pany tn Minneapolis.
PROMOTION FOR E. M. BOWLES
la Made Sapertu traticat of Inqalry at
th Osaaha PostolMrc, Hacrres.
lag Jo Short, Promoted.
Another promotion in the Omaha postof
floe is announced by the appointment of
E. N. Boaiea to be superintendent of In
quiry. Mr. Bowles succeeds "Joe" fhort.
who was transferred to the depot station,
from which Ed Hoag was moved up to
be aaaixiant superintendent of delivery.
Mr. Bowles haa been In the service fur
twenty years and Is one of the most pop
ular members of tha letter carrier force.
Constipation brings many ailments In Its
train and Is the primary cause of much
sickness. Keep your bowels regular,
madam, and you will escape, many of tbt
ailments to which women are subject,
Constipation Is a vary simple thing, but
like many simple things. It may lead ta
serious consoquencea. Nature often Deeds
a little assistance and when Chamberlain's
Tablets are given at the first Indication,
much distress and suffering may ba
avoided, Sold by all dealera.
A Very Extraordinary Sale of
Friday and Saturday
Over 1,600 New Panama Hats, That Are
Worth $5.00 to $10.00, at
$2.95, $3.95, $4.95
We purchased direct from an Ecuadorian Panama Hat exporter at
about half prire over 1,600 Panama Hata In the rouph. These Panamas
were hand woven by the natives of Kcuador which givoa oftnes, even
ness and a Btubborn reBistance of wear. They were blocked and trimmed
by expert American hatters to give them correct styles. New Tele-scope,
Alpine and Optimo shapes small, medium and large.
Think what these prices mean to you, at the beginning of the Beason,
and you'll be here early Friday to get jours.
rrc ricusr or
Homo of Stsin-Bloch Clothes, Begal
buys absolute certainty; a certainty of satisfaction guaranteed by the
greatest typewriter makers in the world
Activities of Ynrloaa Orsranlsed
Bodies Alosg the Lines cf ln
4ertaklag of Concern to Women.
An Interesting program Is announced for
the annual Omaha Woman's club luncheon,
which will be given Monday afternoon at
the Field club. Mra M. 1). Cameron Is In
charge of the program. The honor guests
will be Mrs. T. J. Gist of Falls City, state
president; Mrs. H. L. Keefe of Walthlll,
general director; Mrs. W. O. AVhllmore
of Valley, district vice president. Toasts
on the "Future Outlook of the Club" will
be given by the honor guests and brief
talks will be made by the leaders of the
departments of the club. All reservations
for the luncheon must be made by Friday
During the last few weeks no fewer than
three boards of guardians have elected
women as chairmen In England. At Beth
nal Green, Miss .M. E. James was the first
woman to occupy such a position In Lon
don. At Brentford. Miss Ellis has been
elected, and at Watford Lady Ebtiry has
been re-elected. These women have given
unquestionable evidence of efficiency for
the office, and have had the support and
confidence of the members generally.
Foley's Klanev Mrmeay Acted Quick.
M. N. George, Irondala, Ala., was both,
ered with kidney trouble for many yeara
"I was persuaded to try Foley Kidney
Remedy, and before taking It three cays
I could feel lta beneficial effects. The
pain left my back, my kidney action
cleared up and I am so much better. I
do not hesitate to recommend Foley Kid
ney Remedy." For sals by U druggisu.
$1.00, $1.50 and upwards
.yt at men a 5 to res everywhere.
Also Oetham Bummer Vnder
'V? wear. Union Bulls. Pajamas
fii and boft Coiiara.
n gmw iwsjlut.
i MFC. CO. L"
Shoes, Stetson Kata, Manhattan Skirts.
WHAT A MAN SEEKS
The man who buys a
Remington Typewriter Company
1619 FAENAM STREET.
NNtNj?N(ae9sN!e FaTorite Rye
"Old Wood to Burn J su G J0M"
f Old Rye to Drink" tLMl
Schcnley Rye, the pure
rye whiskey, is the com
panion of companions.
is the best rye pure, genuine,
distilled four times in copper
(ordinary whiskey not more than twice)
no blend, and with the perfect
flavor of original purity.
Schcnley is aged and mellow. Be
sure to have a bottle in the house.
Bottled in Bond. U. S. Government stamp on every bottle.
Schenley Distilling Company, Lucesco, Pa.
Note the label on the bottle
and be sure to order Schenley
Pure Rye at your dealer.
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A TRIUMPH IN THE ART OF BREWING
THE LEADING BEER Family Trade b applied l Vfo1 VJ)
IN THE KIDDLE WEST Cian. Store, Phones Webvte.
lfiO; lauViwndent B1361.
Omaha to Kansas City
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
Morning and Evening Trains
Broiler Buffet 'Car on Day Train
Drawing lfoom Pullman Sleeping Cars on Night Train
During This t ale
IT you're going to get an
other year's service from the
old Panama bring it In during
this sale and we'll rebleach and
reshape It for you Friday or
Thos. P. Godfrey, Passenger and Ticket Agent
1423 Faruam Street or Union Station