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THE BEli: OMAMA, MON'DAY, DKlKMBKH
EXPECT TO GET COMPROMISE
Iowa Delegation and President Are
Still at Deadlock.
PRESSURE BROUGHT TO BEAR
l'ronilnent louniiFi 'I'nkliiu I'm lit In
Drlii liuut Inlleil l'nrty llrfnrr
Control nf IVtlcml Offlrr !
Into Otlirr llnmU.
(From a Staff Con espotidriit.
DES MOINES, la . Dec. S.-(9nccll.;-During
the coming winter It Is expt'ctod
thcro will be Interesting developments as
to tho political situation In Iown Affect
ing the future In stute potltlen a. well ui
In r national way. Already the Jockeying
Is under way a? to the federal offices In
Iowa yet tn be dlstrihuteil under the
present natiunttl ailintnlatrntloit. ' The
fight started with (he disposal of the
postofflce at Marshnlltonn. The presi
dent, upon the recommendation of Con
Hi'esman Good. long ugno npolnted County
Chairman Dovine. but ltcr hold this. tip
n tho urgency of Governor Carroll and
some others, and now has appointed M. 8.
McKarland. against the protests of the
member of congress and the entire con
creflonal delegation. Thin will be foutfht
nut In the senate. Now leadhu; republic
ans have been seeing the president !t'i
a view to having him make appointments
to office In tho fcreral positions that can
mtl will bo confirmed by the senate, md
that will tend to give direction to the
work of reorganizing the party In this
Hate. Tho delegation united In recom
mending persons for tho nttoney. marshal
nnd collector In each of Hit two districts.
The president refuses to appoint theso
men. Protest has been lodced with th"
(president by an influenllul number of low.i
men and he Is being urged to make an
entire new slate of appointments. Devel
opments at AVashlngton are being clonc'y
At the same time there Is much Jockey
lug with reference to the legislature and
the state offices. It Is known that th
prevailing sentiment among the Yepubllc
ans In tho legislature Is like that in Ihe
republican congressional delegation, hu
n effort Is being made to secure com
oromlses and leave the way open for a
united party. It Is expected that the
eslslature will lay aside all factionalism
and devote Itself to good legislation. Yet.
die political phases of the situation as It
s Is likely to be developed during the
session wil havo r very Important bear
'ng on the republican party In Iowa.
The only political activity shown at the
present time In the state Is by tho local
leaders of Uio progressive party, who are
iissertlng that they intend to go right
on with the campaign from year to year.
They arc planning hero for a meeting to
be addressed by Senator Jlevcridge of
fome other outsider, and while they did
not put Into office in any county of the
Btate, or any district, a single one of
their candidates for office, they declaro
they will continue to be active In pro
noting their party.
It Is now practically conceded by the
democrats that they have no Intention of
making a contest on governor or to ask
tho legislature to declare Dunn elected
In place of Clarke. All the meetings they
have had with a view to planning for
Just such a contest have resulted in dis
agreement. The activities of tho demo
cratic state organization will he directed
toward securing as many of the federal
offices as possible, and In this there will
jo trouble from the fact that the demo-
ratlc party Is badly divided. The state
organization was bitterly opposed to the
nomination of Wilson for president, aid
as now made up would shut out of con
sideration most of the active friends of
Wilson In tho state.
Cold Mllierx to IJIrul Ofrirerx.
Tho election of offlcars for tho district
No. 13, United Mine Workers of America,
which has headquarters jit Oskaloota,
occurs next Tuesday. Candidates for the
various Important positions are:
For Dlst ' ( President W. II. Hodgers
of Alb!. hard Havens of Ogden.
.'har!e of Brazil,
For I Vice I'rcsldont-Samu-'
Tialliint., ,.i Jloone, James Archibald o
Hynos, KUwarcl Rowley of Ward, D. A.
Shelton of Numa, T. J. Smith of Mystic
Walter llooth of Albla, A. B. McGary o
Des Moines, John Atkinson of Centervlllt
.7. H. Jones of Des Moines, Sol Meek
For Secretary-Treasurer John Gay cf
NEW 2 I SOLID
CH ICAGO -NEW ORLEANS
ST. LOUIS - NEW ORLEANS
The new Panama Limited, Train No. 7, daily, leaves Chicago at 3.00 p.m,
St. Louis (No. 207) at 6.30 p.m., arrives at Memphis at 6.00 a.m. and at NewOrieana
at 5 p.m.; corresponding service northbound, leaving New Orleans at 1 1 .00 a.m.
It has electric-lighted equipment, consisting of observation car, sleeping car,
dining car arirj coaches running solid between Chicago and New Orleans, with
through sleeping car connection out of St. Louis. Additional daily service to
New Orleans out of St. Louis: "The Special," leaving at x.30 p.m.; "The
Limitsd," leaving at 11.30 p.m.
NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA, WEST INDIES.
Nw Orleni the " Winter Capital " chartninr to visit account of its dtlifhtful cltmtU,
Intcrcatinc hUtorfcal French Quarter, beautiful semi-tropical American section, and Ita charac
teristic manners and customs. UardlOras, February 4. "9'3-
Nsw Orleans is the port through which to reach Colon, Panama, and Central America via
semi-weekly sailine of-the modern ships of the United Fruit Company ; Havana, Cuba, by
weekly salllncs of the Southern Pacific steamships; the Hamburg-American " Kronprlntessio
Cedlle" two weeks' cruises to Jamaica, Panama and Havana, leaving New Orleans
January 13 and February is, ijij.
Ask for free literature and specific information pertaining to any of the above,
and to National Military Parle at Vicksburg. Ticket, reservations and general
information as to fares and specific train time can be obtained of your horaa
ticket agent, or by addressing
S. NORTH, District Passenger Agent, ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
407 So. Sixteenth St., Omaha. Neb-
Hocking. Joe Morris of Des Moines, J.
K. Smith of Mystic, J. A. Karris of
Brum. Itlchard Samuels of Hitemnn.
Kdwanl C. Uath of Ward, John Artln of
Des Moines. Henry Whltchulst of Ber
wick For National Hoard Meinbei .lames F.
Momn of Des Mollies. .ln.itli Alllsnn of
Centervlllo, O. II. Edmunds of Knterprlse. i
David Savage of Des Moines. Henry
niiicrmR!) or A very, lioheit MeiUrnle of
Madrid. Thomas Gibson of Cincinnati. W.
F. Darker of Albla. John Itupe of
Ottumwa. Charles O. Handle of Harvey.
Important IIim-MIiiiin at lnoir.
The Iowa railroad commission has Is
sued n gitttemcnt as to tho Issues In
volved In tho imiMiilant lona rate cases
Just submitted to th.- Interstate Com
tneree commit Ion, upon which the de
mand for I eduction and levlslon of lates
from the nt Is made, declaring the fol
lowing to he the principal contention.
Tho lates at Issue ale ,.xcesslve, un
leasoiiuble and unjustly Otscrlmliiatory
because of the high proportional between
the MNsisslppj iv.-i and points In Iowa
upon the Miwo'itl Hm-i-. amounting to K
cents per 100 pounds fiivt class and pro
poitloiiatel lower for Ihe other classes.
The rates at Issue are excessive, Hu
rt HMmnblc and unjustly discriminatory
because of the high rates between east
ern points, and points In Iowa upon the
The inti-si at Issue ure excessive, un
reasonable and unjustly disci imlnatury.
betause tl.ev are made largely upon the
combination of locals at the Mississippi
river, thereby creating a rate situation
which permits nich cities as St. I.ouls,
Chicago. Peoria. Cincinnati, etc., to drive
the Iowh cities out of practically all
oompetime territory in the United
States west of tho Missouri river and
enst of Illinois.
The carriers, have made an absurd and
unreasonable distribution across the state
of Iowa of the fv-cent differential be
tween the riei. while the similarity
In conditions would Justify nn equitable
distribution across the state, w find that
more than one-half of the said re-cent
differential Is absorbed within the first
tier of counties after you have crossed
the Mississippi river, thereby producing
proportionals west of tho said river that
ure excessively high, unjust and un
leasonable. The rates at I vine on eoMbound ship
ments are excessive, unjust, unreasonable
and unduly discriminatory, because they
are highor than the westbound ship
ments on the same railroads between
the same points, on the same articles.
The rates at Issue are unjust and un
reasonable been use tho proportionals went
of tho Mississippi river are different for
hauls originating at different points In
tho east, although the said proportionals
west of the river are charged for services
rendered by western carriers) which are
identically the same In each case what
ever may be the point of origin in the
The rates at Issue are unjust and un
reasonable In themselves because tho
earnings from the proportionals added for
the hauls west of tho .Mississippi river
are excessively high compared to: Thu
earnings of, these same carriers on local
traffic in the same territory; tho earn
ings of these r.anio carriers between Chi
cago and the Mississippi river; the aver
age earnings In tho United States, and of
all carriers In this Immediate locality;
the earnings of ithese same carriers on
all their traffic. 1
, The earnings of the western carriers
who ure chiefly concerned In this case
are high compared to the earnings of
railway companies In this and other por
tions of the United States.
II 1 1 I ii .New SiiiiMiirliim.
Tho members of the Iowa Lutheran
conference are planning to commence
soon the erection of a fine sanitarium
at Stor City, to be supported by the
cljuich and to be under Us care and di
rection. A location has been secured and
plans made for the building, tho funds
having been provided by members of the
Hi'vUr tlie llnr ltiil-.
At a meeting of the local bar associa
tion In the county court room the rules I
of the district court, wero discussed and
a tentative draft of very many changes
made. Chief among the changes w)ll bo
a new assignment system. One member
of tlie bench will be called upon to make
assignments each day and to keep tab
on the attorneys in the various cases.
The new, system. It Is believed, will miiko
It possible for the Judges to handle twice
the amount of business as In former
years. The rules. are to become effective
' Nnloon I'IrIK 1m Ilemly.
All active campaign to prevent Des
Moines salooumen from securing suffi
cient signatures to a new mulct petition
has been launched by tho Citizens' asso
ciation, which will make a personal ap
, ul. to every qualified elector In the
ri v. The fight to prevent the successful
i. filiation of another "wet" petition Is
. iTig made under the direction of John
, Hammond for the association.
" oerc are 19,0!r voters in the city, ac
i ding to the poll books of tho last elec
r 1 HOUR.
the lists Is now belnn
made by the association
In the campaign.
lovi w Notes.
FOHT DODGK-Dr. lldwaut K. Hast
ings, pastor of the First Presbyterian
church of this city, today Issued the
statement that because he Is In sym
pathy with young people who wish to be
married and hesitate because of the
"high cost of living," he will marry free
of charge any and all couples who apply
to hhn on next "bargain" day, a monthly
observance of local retailers.
A ninnnf ttv QJR 11(111 1
xa ill w uu u uu i;UUuu
CHICAGO. Dee. Mine. Sarah Bern
hardt did her Christmas shopping here
today. She took most pains with th.
toy engine and dolls.she bought for in i
gieat granddaughter. Saiah Gross, who
lives III iAtndou. ttuglfliul.
"I wonder If Baby Sarah Is too youi'r
for engines?" said Mme Bernhardt, re
flectively looking over a large asoil
nient of toy railroad apparatus sent to
her hotel for her to eMimlne. "She is
only t -years old. She Is the granddaugh
ter of my sou. Maurice Bernhardt, you
know. M. Gloss Is an American I ha.e
presents to buy for a duke I suppose 1
ought not to mention his nunie and per
haps a duchess or two will get presents
from me. Some of these things are go
ing to Hussla "
Mme. Hemhault could not shop In C'.l
engo herself without difficulty, becnun'
nono of the shop girls speaks French.
Her secretary. Mile. Seylor, tried It but I
found her lCngllsh Inadequate, so Mm. '
Bernhardt applied to the management of
her hotel for two drummer' sample
rooms and had an assortment of such at
tides as sho wanted sent In from the
She spent a large part of the day select
ing gifts from the assortment. Her pur
chases totalld nearly J5.000.
"All my Christmas gifts this year will
be from Chicago." sho said.
Has Two Wives, but
Escapes Law's Hands
KANSAS CITY, Dec. S. To possess
two wives nnd yet not be a bigamist; to
be tho father of a child born In wedlock
and yet not Its father In the eyes of the
law. Is the position of W. A, Brake, who
was freed In the criminal court here to
day of a chargo of bigamy.
in 1909 Brake and Miss Gertrude Myeii,
his first cousin, went through the mar
riage ceremony lu Kansas. V child was
born. Later Blake deserted his wifo and
Inarrled Miss Kthel Ayres or St. Louis.
Last month his first wife discovered his
second marriage and Brake was arrested.
In addition to a charge of bigamy, Brake
was forced to answer to that of wife and
Judge Ralph 8. Latsliaw dismissed all
the complaints today. The Judgo pointed
out that the Kansas law forbado thn
marriage of first cousins. Therefore, In
tlie eyes of the law, Brake had neither
wife nor child when ho married Miss
Ayres, nnd had committed no crime.
However, the court ordered Brake to give
bond that he would caro for the child,
and the Kansas authorities may prose
cute him for making a false declaration
of his relationship to the woman ho took
as his wife there.
News of University
Will Be Censored
STANFOrtD rNIVEHSITV, Cal., Dec.
8. "No more news from this Institution,
unless It shall first have passed through
the filter of the official censor."
Such is the decision promulgated today
by the undergraduate body known as the
Associated Students, which when It sits
Jointly with tho faculty Is known as the
Shortly after the annual rugby game
between Stanford and California, a fresh
man, the son of a California!) known
throughout the state, was expelled be
cause ho had fll?d to a newspaper for
which lie was acting aa correspondent the
story of a somewhat riotous affair In
which a number of San Bernardino
students were said to have shared. The
publication was held to be In violation
of tho undergraduate code of ethics.
Hereafter, when an undergraduate cor
respondent has doubts about the truth
of the policy of a news Item .he will
submit lils "copy" to the censor. If he
Is" directed not to file the Item, and docs
no against orders, Ids expulsion will be
recommended by the student body and
presumably acted on by the faculty.
Expect Short Lives
NEW YORK, Dec. iMany Titanic
disaster survivors are agreed. Recording
to one of them, that their liarrowlmr
experiences in that calamity will have
the effect of shortenlnic their lives. It.
W. Daniels, a bond salesman, who was
one of the last men to leap from the
deck of the sinking steamer with tba
lata Colonel Archibald Grade, and who
arrived on the Ctidrlc today, had an en
gagement to dine with Colonel Oracle, of
whose death he was Ignorant until In
formed by a newspaper man. Mr. Daniels
nearly collapsed when told that Colonel
Grnclo's funeral had just been held.
"It Is hard for me to explain Just how
terrible that news Is to me over and be
yond the respect and affection I had for
Colonel Oracle," he said. "All of us
who came through that experience have
felt that our lives were shortened. There
Is a great fear and apprehension In our
minds which will follow us for the rest
of our lives. I have talked with surviv
ors of the La Ilourgerlne. Most of those
who were brought to shore from It were
Culls from the Wires
Woodrow WiMon carried Texas by ISO,
9."9 over President Taft and 192,744 over
John W. Oarrett, the American minister
to the Argentine republic, and family left
Iluenos Ayres for the United States.
United States Senator Holse Penrose, in
a speech at a dinner In Philadelphia
given by the classified civil service em
ployes, declared himself In favor of con
gress enacting a law providing for old
age retirement pensions for federal em
ployes. President-elect Woodrow Wilson will be
entertained on December 23, the fifty
sixth anniversary of his birth, In the
house where he wan born In Staunton, Va
A petition to President Taft to seek
"an honorable and amicable settlement '
with Great Britain of that country's pro
test against the Panama canal act has
been forwarded by Iienjamlii Ide
Wheeler. David Starr Jordan. Archbishop
P. W Itiordun of the Itoman Catholic
dloceM of San Francisco, Representa
tive William Kent and other Influential
tion. A copy of
ru,,,,il f ni,,,1,
.uuuuuii ui uiiuruueo
Has Clash Over tlie
CHICAGO. Dee. S-A ilash on the di
vorce question and criticism of the re
port of the committee on home life en
livened today's session of the federal
council of the Churches of Christ
The council declared that the report
was weak and It was refelitd back to
the committee for tevlslon
Discussion became vigorous over a par
graph dechulim persons who could not
he married by pastois of their own
churches should not be married b pas
tors unacquainted with them. It was j
pointed out that thW would bar Koman
Catholics from marrying rrotestants
where a priest on lellttlous grnu-ids would
not perforin the cereinon
Delegates Insisted on the correction of
this paragraph and that the report should
sound n stirring, clear note of regulation j
Dr. William lughrain llaxeii, secretary '
of the American Bible society, i-aused sul- '
prise when he criticised a resolution of
sympathy with the Christians In Turkish
Kurope, declurliig that the Servians. Bill- ,
gurlans and Gleeks er not worthy of
Christian sympathy, and sanlng that there
1 will be cousldernbh "more s mpathv for !
I the Turk when his story Is fully told
HITCHCOCK HAS BILL
TO AID MRS. RICHARDS
1 From a Staff CorrcKpomWiit 1
WASHINGTON. D. C. Dec. S.-iSpeilal
Telegram. A bill to pay JJiO to Mrs.
Richards of Omaha, widow of Samuel
Richards, wait Introduced today by Sena
tor Hitchcock. Tho money Is alleged to
be due because of the loss by the postal
authorities of a valuable registered puck
age a number of years ago. which Iiiir
not been fully paid back by the govern
ment. Captain V. II. Coiiiln of Alliance Is lu
the city stopping at tho St. Jutnes. Ho
called 011 Representative Klnknld today.
He wilt go from here to Florida and
from there to Punuma to seo the canal.
Ills trip will occupy all of tho winter.
BOOK LOVER OF SMALL MEANS
STEALS $31,000 FROM HOTEL
BOSTON. Dec. 8. George 11. Hounds,
for five years bookkeeper at a hotel here,
was arrested tonight on the charge of
larceny of $31,000. Tho police suy that
Rounds confessed and turned over se
otirltles to the amount of 115.000 to tho
hotel proprietors. He Is said to havo
had a deslro to acquire a valuable li
brary and to have spent large nmovmtR
LAW VIOLATORS FINED
BY FEDERAL JUDGE
LINCOLN. Neb.. Dec. K.-Three vio
lators of postal laws, who had entered
guilty pleas, were this evening given sen
tence by Fedeinl Judge T. C. Munger.
Gust Gerakes. n .Greek, for forging a
money. order, wiih sent to Jail for a year.
Joseph Ringlhaur and Arthur H. Slur-
vln, for sending obscene mutter through
the malls, were allowed their liberty on
payment of fines.
t; 00 lis
Heiirelty- of Spot Merchandise Slnile
In Very Vnimiiul.
NKW YORK, Dec. Sv Tlie cotton goods
markets have been less active of late,
but they stilt hold firm. The leading
mills have all the business In hand they
can bundle, for tho next three month,
while many have contracts that will
carry six mouths ahead. The scurclty of
spot merchandise of a stape character
lu first hand Ir very unusual und some of
tho largest houses arO carrying tho light
est stock sheets In years. Distribution
of goods Is steady and reports from retail
centers Indicate a healthy holiday move
ment. Many price readjustments aro under
way. Fruit of the loom 4-4 bleached cot
tons were priced at 8c during the week
and all spot gods were sold out at unco.
An advance of this price Is looked for
Tickings, denims and heavy colored
goods aro well sold and firm.
Export trade for the week was gen
erally light, but a Balo of 4,000 bales of
standnrd drills for China was reported
for delivery In March and April. The
buslners done on staple prints was larger
last week than for some time. IMces on
cotton goods rule ns follows;
Print cloths, 2S-lnch, tMxGi, 4-16c; GUK,
3 15-lGo; 3&Vlnch, G4xf4's. CVio; Standurd
sheetings, Sc:' tickings, Whcl4, ic: denims,
90;c; standard prints, O'.ic: standard
staple ginghams, CVic; drees ginghams,
Strdiodlat Mlnlafer Ilteuiuuiriidn
Cbambrrlnln'H flinch Ilrrnrdy.
Rev. James A. Iewis, Cllaca, Minn.,
writes: "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
has been a needed and welcome guest Jn
our home for a number of years. I highly
recommend It to my fellows att being a
medicine worthy of trial In cases of colds,
coughs and croup." Give Chamberlaln'n
Cough Remedy a trial and we are confi
dent you will find It very effectual and
continue to use It as occasion requires
for years to come, as many others havo
done. For sale by all dealers. Adver
tisement INC11EASINO THE PLEASURES
OF TliE TABLE
Do you have variety enough
in the food you serve on your
table? Or is there a earaenoss
to your mealB that becomes
monotonous? Try this chango
for one dinner each week. Cut
out all meat and serve in its
place a steaming dish of Faust
Spaghetti. It is tender and fine
ly flavored contains all tho
nourlBWnE element of meat In a
much more eaally dlgeted form.
.1 .L .Bpahriu d'nner wU make a
Pleasant change for th family
they'll enJoy It. Writn n n;.i.
of Iteclpee we'll mmJl von r
Sc and 10c
St. tenia, Mo.
Coal Hill Coal Company
Excello Grate, ton $8.50
The Nearest to Anthracite
Ou Way to Europe
NKW YOK. De one hunred and
sixty thousand dollars' woith of horso
flesh sailed for Ruivp,. today on the '
liner Mlnnewaska. The fortuno was rep
resented by seven horses. sU of which
James II. Keene has lust sold to William
K. VnnderWIt, Jr. and the seventh, the
famous Peter Pan. whu-h Keene recently
denied having sold 'or lloOiV( to George
The six horses purehasisl liv Vanderbllt
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Lf ?v Wi motmimA
i "I r ure Beer Will Aot
make You Bilious
We go to Bohemia for hops; one of our partners
selects the barley; water is brought from rock 1400
feet under the ground.
Not; only is Schlitz every drop of it filtered through
white wood pulp, but even the air in which it
is cooled is filtered.
Before it is offered to you it is aged for
months in glass enameled tanks. It will not, it
'cannot cause biliousness. It will not ferment
in your stomach.
Light starts decay even in pure beer. Dark
glass gives the best protection against light. The
Brown Bottle protects Schlitz purity from the
brewery k your glass.
More and more people every year arc demanding
Schlitz. Why don't you demand ;his pure beer?
Sre that crown or cork
is branded ' "Sciitz." 1
That Made Milwaukee Famous
The Pacific Coast Tour
Grandest Railroad Journey in the World.
In 'Seeing America First' you see its mighty and magnificent half on a
Pacific Coast tour. There are more than one hundred different ways to go
or to come, but the way in one direction, at least, is through Scenic Colorado.
If you desire a more southerly route in winter, go via Denver and the
Santa Fe-Grand Canyon Route the way of sunshine. If this does not take
you far enough south, go through Kansas City and Texas; returning througn
Salt Lake and Scenic Colorado. But to realize the maximum possibilities of
this comprehensive tour, you should include the Shasta Route, the Portland,
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BURLINGTON THROUGH COAST SERVICE
AWT "DTTTJT TWflTnTJ
SALT LAKE ROUTE
A xtt tjtttjt TMrnVM
SANTA FE ,
AND BURLINGTON J"
NORTHERN PACIFIC 1
;AND BURLINGTON J
ate ManKcitr, Mosquito, lnrly and Often,
Court Dress. Ort Wells ami Ocwinbwind
The horses were In charge of Phil
Chlnii. Keene's trainer, who admitted the
sale of the. six to Vandeibllt. but de
flated that Peter Pan was merely being
taken to lAindon and Part" to race he
cause he could not race here
OKLAHOMA MAN ASKS
PROTECTION IN LINCOLN
LINCOLN, Neb.. Deo
glxlng Texhoma, Okla..
i.-J 15. I.vons.
as his home, to-
r.lght asked police protection from
Phones. Doug. 1597; Inrt. A 262a
Schlitz llotllcd licer Depot
7-J H. 9th Street, Omaha, Ncbr.
lly. Gcrber, 101 S Main SU
Every day through Blandard and tourist sleeper Horvlce to California, vlt
Denvor, Scenic Colorado, Salt Lako; personally conducted excursions Tuesdays
Thursdays and Sundays.
Kvery day through tourist sleepers to Lob Angeles, via Denver, Scenic Colo
rado. Salt Luke, personally conducted Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Through tourist sleepers to San Francisco, Wednesdays, Fridays and Satur
days, via Donvor, Scenic Colorado, Salt Lako and Feather River Canyon. Per
sonally conducted Wednesdays and Fridays.
Through tourist sleepers to Los Angeles every Tuesday night, 11:35 P. M
(ready 10 P. M . ) , via Deliver, Santa Fa through Southern Colorado Grand Can
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Missouri River, Spokane, Pugot Sound, through the upper Northwest.
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of our personally conducted excursions, the side trips and other benefits enjoyed by tha
holder of a llurllngton ticket. Ilooklets free "California Excursions,"' "Pacific Coast
Tours," "Burlington Red Folder."
Phone Dong. 12JIH, City Ticket Office, 1502 Fnrnam Street, Omaha.
whom he snld wero following him fir
Ihe pm pose, of avenging murders n
raid hn hod committed. Ho would lioi
specify when and whore ho had cji
mltted tlie crimes. He seonvd to
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lion will enro for him until tclatlw
can be communicated with.
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