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THE OMAITA DAILY lfEE: WEDNESDAY,. M ARCTT 30, 1004.
i PH !Mi W! PPI bia -iJ : tEai 1 bkdi .ItbaBBai; I'll HEAD MAN IS STATE II JS WEDNESDAY, THE JQTH "IJptl Letter Day" is an important event to the "S. & II." fSreen Trading Stamp collector. Ten stamps can be Lad that day, absolutely free, by simply calling at the Omaha Trading Stamp Co.s' store, or at the Annex, on the 2d floor at Bennett's. Ten "S & H." Green Trading Stamps Free to Every Caller Bring your "S. & II." Green Trading Stamp Books with you bring as many of them as you have a set of ten stamps will be given in each book. If you haven't a book if you aren't a collector, we will lo even better. We will give you ten stamps to start the book, in addition to the regular "Bed Lettter Day" Stamps, making twenty "S. & II." Green Trading Stamps abso lutely free the number you would get with a ?2 purchase. Omaha Trading Stamp Company, 210 North 16th Street. THE SPERRY ft HUTCHINSON CO., Prop. TIIOS. A. SPERRY. President. Pald-Up Capital, II, 000,000. Guaranteed Surplus, C-250,000. We Own and Operate More Stores Than Any Other Concern in the World mi IP JLiiM mm llERDMAMIOWELL MEN FAIL Repulsed in Effort to Organiis Keoranlisrs at Beoret Me:ii- ; COLD MEN REFUSE TO ATTEND AFFAIR Denounce Methods Kmplnverl to Down Bryan Fact Ion Lack of Harmony Mill Greet the Hearst Boomers. When William Randolph Hearsts South Dakota delegation of democratic boomers came to Oinahn yeoterday . It found the body of the local democracy torn and bleeilliiK from fresh incisions of Internal dissensions. . ' Jt's all because of a mcetltis; held Monday night. ( waa a secret meeting; for the pur pose of organizing the reorganize and to plan for tho ultimate extinction of the Uryan wing of the party. But results were not successful. It was another severe re Vorgo for tho Hcrdmun-Howell combine. The meeting ws held In Weaver 4 Ull ler's law unices In the New York Life building and Is said to have been attended by quite a number of democrats opposed to the sliver plunk and to the ascendancy of Mr. Bryan. W. O. Gilbert, chairman of the city committee, presided and Otto Hau man waa tno secretary. The nucleus of a permanent organization was ferried. Many who were invited stayed away from various reasons. Leaders of the movement said It was to offset the meeting of the Bryan peo ple held recently In the rax ton hotel and V) take up active work at the gauntlet thrown down by Itryan'e friends. Some of the most prominent and active ' ' "reorganUers" of the city and county re fused point blank to have anything to do with the movement for the reason, na one tnan expressed It, "that your motives are not sincere; It Is the effort of a lot of grasp j4n politicians to get control of the party machinery and I protest." This man who has been hnnorrd with public office as a democrat went on to say: "I refused to attend thU meeting because, M I told the parties back of It, I was not In sympathy with their methods; that while I was not a Bryan man, but a gold man, I thought those who were promoting this meeting and what It stood for were doing all this for selfish and not pnrty purposes. 1 think they are simply politicians seeking to get control of the party machinery to further their own ends and I am not lend ing any aid to that kind rf a movement. I want Bryan to go to St. I.ouIh at the head Of Nebraska's delegation and be defeated fairly and squarely, a I believe he will be, and then come buck and Join ua, aa I think he will." Such democrats its T. J. Mahoney, Ed P. Emlth and J. A. C Kennedy, all gold men. Would not attend this meeting or give It their sanction. Asked abnui the meeting, W. H. Herd man declared It waa not what could be called a meeting and that no or ganization waa perfected. This la Just what the other side claimed, only In a different manner In which Mr. Herdman stated It. Herdman denied that any officers were elected, while the other men ray officers Were elected. At all events It Is understood 1M VI i i i m A ItlMGESnOll At AH I VI .Ua. vv V JVJarcK "Jcd Letter to have been a very Interesting session, called a meeting, conference or by any other name, and thnt It developed the fact that local democrats are going about with bowle. knives up their sleeves for eich other. All of which transpired on the eve of the arrivnl of the Hearst boomers. In cidentally, however, the name of W. II. Herein an was not on the list of reception committee for the entertainment function. NO SUCCESSOR FOR JOHN UTT Commercial Club Appoints Special Committee to Look After Secur ing a Secretary. At the regular meeting of the executive committee of the Commercial chib tho sub committee, consisting of K. E. Bruce, J. A. Sunderland, C, M. Wllhelm and J, F. Car penter, which lias In charge the hunt for a new secretary, was requested to recommend candidates at the meeting next Tuesday. The committee discussed the situation at length, but it was evident that none had n very definite Idea of who should bo chosen to fill Mr. rtt's place. Mr. Utt made the formal announcement of his leave taking and Miss Lena Bellman was made acting secretary until further notice. Mr. Utt goes to Chicago tomorrow In connection with his railway position and will return as soon its possible, cloning up his work with tho club at latest by Monday. The banquet of the club to the general and staff of the Department of the Mis souri has been set for April 5 at 6 o'clock in the club rooms. During the meeting resolutions were pt.ssed as a testimonial to the efficient work done by Mr. Pearse In the Omaha schools. The club expresses Itself as sorry for his departure arid wishing him goodbye. JEWISH PASSOVER BEGINS Festival of Pesach Will Be Observed la Temple Israel and A)so Many Homes. Wednesday evening begins the Jewish Passover. The festival Peeach commem orates the deliverance of the children of Israel from the Egyptians and Is observed as a leading day of Judaism. Wednesday evening a short service will be held in Temple Israel, beginning at 6:30 o'clock. There will be no lecture. After this ser vice there will be family services In many of the homes. Thursday morning comes the principal service at 10 o'clock with a sermon by Rabbi Frederick Conn, "lib erty." Special holiday music has been pre pared for thebe services. The Friday eve ning service will begin at the usual time, II o'clock, and the Saturday morning ser vice at 10:30 o'clock. a . Dlile Clab Program. This program of entertainment has been provided for the meeting of tho Dixie club to be held at Arcanum hall Thursday even ing: Nfgro Impersonator comedian, W. O. Matthews; solo, "Valley of Kentucky." Miss Kate Breaaman; solo, " 'Way Down South," Mr. Frank f'olfer; "The Arkansas Trav eler," Mr. Jesse MeCarty; recitation, "The May Queen," Miss Miriam Glover; banjo selections, tr. D. Clark; selection on auto-harp, Mrs. J. p. Jnrkson: male quar tet, Menem. Pates, Conklln. Morrison and Medlar; recitation In negro dialect, "Ship o' Faith." Miss Julia M. Newcomb; "hook's oichestra; cakewaik, U possible to find parties. CONCENTRATED: COiJSlKMOIJ Proa SUm.13 eta 28 tit. 19 (to. Richardson Drug Ce. Distributors, ' Omaha, Neb. i pay 99 SAKS OLD PLANS ABE GOOD Attorney Herdman Declare! New Paving Spocifioations Unnecessary. NINETEEN HUNDRED AND TWO IN FORCE After All the Prolonged Controversy, Tills Opinion la Obtained by Council from City Legal Department. The paving specifications tangle, which lias paralyzed public works for a year, and prevented any kind of paving, may be solved by tho use of bpecltlcatlons adopted and approved in 1902. Assistant City At torney Herdman has prepared an opinion, which will be submitted to the council to night, in which he says this can be done. He advises the council to proceed and order work under the 1902 upeclflcatlons and declares such proceedings will be legal. in case the council adopts Herdman's findings he says it means the long-drawn out tight over the specifications In the Board of Public Works will be ended, be cause the council will Ignore It. The question was rained Monday after noon at the general meeting of the council by Contractor Charles E. Fanning. It was immediately placed In Attorney Herdman's hands for Investigation and he spent the morning In study of the subject. In his opinion Herdman says the 1302 specifica tions were prepared, adopted and approved under practically the same provisions of the charter as are In force today. "In this connection," he states, "I would say there Is no provision In the charter requiring new specifications to be pre pared and adopted annually or any provi sion limiting the time specifications once adopted shall continue In force. Continue In Force. "An examination of the specifications adopted in 1902 show that they contain no time limitation and a like examination of the record of the Board of Public Works shows tho adoption of said specifications, as wll as the records of the council showing the approt', of such specifications, shows no tlmo Ilmltatlpn. I am of the opinion that I would so advise you, that. In the absence of auch time limitations, specifica tions, once duly prepared, adopted by the Board of Tubllc Works and approved by the mayor and council, continue to be In foroe and effect until superseded by other and new specifications, prepared, adopted and approved In the manner prescribed by law. "My conclusions, therefore, are that specifications for publlo Improvements adopted in 1902 are In full force and effect today and the city has the right at this time to order public work under such specifications and to enter Into contracts for making such Improvements." If the opinion of Attorney Herdman Is held good, a deluge of paving petitions are expected to be filed with the council and a number already filed will be acted upon speedily. The 1905 plans provide for asphalt, brick, brick block and stone pave ments. PAINTERS LOOK FOR PEACE Apprehend No Trouble with Employers Over Manning Contract for An other Yenr. The contract between the union painters and employers expires April 1. It is main tained by representatives of the Painters' union that the contract will be renewed un less something unforseen occurs, but that at present no trouble of any nature la an ticipated. Some of the employers say there is no prospect of trouble so far as they know, and still others assert there la a concerted movement on foot to organise and refuse to sign the contract. One of the latter class raya the cause of this unsatisfactory condi tion of affairs Is brought about because the local union cannot furnish sufficient men to do the work and that In addition to tills the union men are in the habit of taking con tracts in competition with the employers at a lower price than they can afford to do the work and pay the union scale. All this is denied by the union men themaelvea and some of the employers. Balldlnar reroute. B uP ding permits have been issued as follows: To 1.4 Brown, for a tl,v frame dwelling at SMt Blondo: to Kdward Droeie, for a il.kO frame dwelling at H South Thirtieth to J W, Akin, for a UJxjO frame, d melting at tto Harney, and to 0urra fciuUh, for a deklf at forty- lit m m in Sit tit, nut sut rwuu iuhvs, Given Buwrriaion Orer Ptuengtt tod Freight for Bock Iiland. RUTHERFORD AND PERKINS REPORT TO HIM Division Kagtlneer Harvey ' CJreat Wfitrrn ll.r to Push Work of Clearlaar Ground for Terminals. Tho new position to which Juhn E. Utt has been appointed by the Rock Island will Include the supervision of the passenger and freight business of the company over all the lines In Nebraska. Mr. Utt's(hpad quartera will be in the offices of tho com pany In this city. F. P. Rutherford, a district passenger agent, and II. A. Ter klns, as commercial agent, will report to Mr. Utt Instead of to the general offices In Chicago, as has heretofore been the case. This makes Utt head man for the Rock Island on this division. Great Western Construction. A. D. Harvey, division engineer of the Chicago Great Western, has arrived in the city to supervise the work which Is to be done on the terminals of his company In the way of grading and building. The first spadeful of earth will be turned on the terminal site tomorrow morning and from I that time on all possible haste will be made to prepare the ground for the build ings and trnckage. The graders which are to prepare the ground for the buildings are now here and the camp has been located. It was the Intention to begin work lait Monday, but difficulties Interfered with the plans. It Ia probable the ground where the new freight buildings are to stand will be pre pared first, so that work can be begun upon them as early as possible. A permit to prepare the approach leading to the depot has been secured from the city and It Is said that nothing now stands In the way of pushing the work rapidly. It Is estimated that within the next four to six woiks the work of laying the foundation of the buldlngs will be under .way. Guessing Over Dnrklngham. Opinion seenm to be very much divided at Union Pnciflo headquarters regarding the reported promotion of E. E. Buckingham to be genernl superintendent of the Oregon Short Line. Notwithstanding the prompt and eniphutto denial of W. H. Bancroft, genernl manager, of any Intention to pluco Mr. Buckingham In the position there are nmny who still insist that he Is sluted for the place. The report comes from Bait I.ake City that Mr. Buckingham lias disclaimed all knowledge of any Intention on tho part of his superiors to appoint him to tho position. The general Impression seems to be that If Mr. Buckingham is given the position ho will be Installed April 1, but a report was received at the heudquarters to the effect that he Is now on his way home from Salt Lake City. Fee and - Cralajr Reunite. Out of all the recent official changes made on the Hnrrlmun lines and others lncl dentally affected Is evolved a reunion of two former associates and staunch friends, Charles 3. Fee and A. L. CraJg. Prior to three years ago Mr. Fee and Mr. Craig were closely allied on the Northern Pacific, Fee as general passenger agent and Craig as assistant. Their relations were very close and they were regarded as one of the best combinations In the country, both ex cellent, aggressive railroad men; both ge nial, cordial and affable with everybody Their popularity was well known and It ap pears they have not ceased to make friends outside of their Immediate official spheres Three years ago Mr. Craig left the Hill road and became a Harrlinan man, accept lng tho position of general passenger agent of the Oregon Railway & Navigation com pany, with headquarters at Portland. He and Fee therefore parted. But only a week or so ago Mr. Fee accepted the position of general passenger manager for the Southern Paclflo, succeeding E. O. McCor nilck, who became assistant traffic director of the Harrlmnn system, with headquarters at Chicago. Now on the heels of Fee's appointment comes the appointment of his old friend and associate, Al Craig, as gen. eral passenger ngent of the Southern Pa clflc. Thus the two men are again united in official .capacities In San Francisco, giv ing to the Southern Pacific those combined qualities of excellence which proved so vnl uable to the Northern Pacific, and more, for they have had three years more of active experience. Incidentally, "Charlie" Fee gets double the salary from Harrlman that he got from Hill, which means a present stipend of $12,000 a year, and Craig, It Is understood also gets a handsome Increase. CRIMINAL DOCKET IS FILLED Volume of Work So Large aa Jiot to Permit of the Vsual Interim. So great la the volume of work still on the docket of the criminal district court that it la doubtful If there will be any Interim between the present term and that which Is supposed to begin the first week In May, and which Itself will last fully up to the first of July. The present term has been a remarkable one In many respects, mainly from the fact that hardly an hour of the time has been wasted since last October. Ordinarily several days are lost owing to a case not lasting as long as waa anticipated at the beginning and the next case on the docket not being ready for trial at Its conclusion. But this time the county attorney has been particularly fortunate In gauging the length of the trials and one has followed another In quick succession. Three murder cases have been tried this term and there are still three prisoners In the jail charged with capital offense. In eluding Fisher, Chambers and Mrs. Star key. The county attorney will endeavor to get theae off the docket before the nlxt term, as well aa dispose of a number of cases where lesser crime Is charged. The next case to be tried Is that of Irene La- Roy, charged with larceny from the per son. AGAINST PROPOSED BONDS Real Estate Esehaaare Represented Brio Unfavorable te Special County Issue. The proposed county bond issue will be the subject which the Real Estate ex change will discuss at Its regular weekly meeting today at noon. The report of a special committee, consisting of W, Q Ure, Judge Lytle and C. F. Harrison will be received and acted upon. The report will oppose the tasue and give numerous arguments and statistics to bear out this recommendation. According to members of the exchange the body undoubtedly will adopt the report and reglrter a formal protest against the Issuance of the bonds, the chief reason being tha anticipated in' come from the scavenger law. The county treas'i-er and county commissioner have been Invited by the real estate men to be present and participate tn the debate and have signified their Intention of accep tance. "I think the exchange will kill the bond Issue," said one of the members. I look ta see tha bod eppoee It nnanimoualy and t)" ' n "- i ' minima mi-- nil 1. 1, I think the members will campaign against the measure bo aggressively inai n wm be lost at the polls." TO OPEN STONE BLOCK PLANT L. Patrick Leases Place on Belt Line to Manufacture Building; Material. A. I Pntiick has leased a building west of the city on the Missouri Paclflo belt line and will engage In the business of making artificial stone blocks for building purposes. This Is practically a new In dustry In Oinuhn. The stone to be manu factured Is made of concrete and Bund The blocks are not burned, but are pressed and dried. A few houses In the city have been erected which are trimmed with the material, but as yet It is said that none have been built entirely of the new mn terlal. The building which has been leased Is fitted up for a similar purpose, so thnt work can be begun within a short time, and it Is oald that It is Mr. Patrick's Intention to begin turning out the material at once. Quite a largo amount of money will be I Invested In tho business by Mr. Patrick, but Just how much could not be learned. It la understood that later a company will bo formed by Mr. Putrick to take over the business. BODY THAT OF GEORGE F. PAUL Remains Found In lllver identified as Those of South Omaha Saloon Keeper. The floater found by some hunters on a sandbar In the river near Nebraska City, last Sunday afternoon, has been Identified as the body of George F. Paul, the saloon keeper who disappeared from South Omaha last December. Some time before Paul's disappearance the man was In poor health and the supposition at the time was that he had Jumped from a bridge at Omaha, where he was said to have been last seen. The South Omaha police are reported as having found a letter written by Paul and requesting that his body be undisturbed when found. Paul was a bachelor, was In the saloon business at 25S1 N street, South Omaha, and lived at 314 North Twenty-fifth street, South Omaha, for a number of years. Sev eral rewards have been offered for the re covery of the body. The body bus been taken In charge by the coroner at Nebraska City. WILLARDS N0TT0 DISBAND Omaha Rifle Company Will Continue, Snya Adjutant General J. 11. Culver. Adjutant General J. II. Culver of Lincoln was In the city yesterday, a guest at the Her Grand. "I am simply here," he said, "to help along the three National Guard companies and to look Into the armory matter. It Is much easier to help three companies, and good ones like you have here In Omaha, than one. The Millard Rifles will not be mustered out at all. The company Is gel ting Into good shape again and soon wll be materially enlarged. Tou can say the armory proposition for a home for the three Omaha National Guard companies is going to be a sure go. Many prominent cltixens are taking a lively Interest In the matter and the prospects for an armory building suitable to a city the else of Omaha are very good; In fact, a cer tainty. The matter Is In good hands and we will have some good news to tell about It later." FOR AULD LANG SYNE'S SAKE Old Boys' Reunion Association Wants All Terre llnuteana for An nual Reunion. B. K. Greenlenf of the city clerk's office has received a letter from R. D. Plggea, secretary of the Old Boys' Reunion asso ciation of Terre Haute, Ind., announcing the formation of the organisation and re quevting th names of all former Terre Hauteans now living In Omaha. It Is pro posed to have an annual gathering for old times' sake and the first Is to be held this year during the week of August !9 to September S, which Is the big race meeting week at Terre Haute. According to Mr. Greenleaf there are about seventy-five for mer Terre Haute people living In Omaha, and he Is trying to get them together for an excursion back to the Hoosler state this fall. Marriage Ureases. Up to noon March 29 the following couples had been licensed to wed: Name and Residence. Milder Karlson. Omaha Jennie JurgenDon. Omaha Isaac Street, Omaha Bertha Wear, Omaha Age. ... 23 ... U ... 89 ... 22 18-K Wedding King. Kaiiotm, Jeweler. Model Vacant Lot. The Civic Improvement league Is looking for a vacant lot downtown for the use of Charles E. Williamson. Mr. Williamson wants to take the property and make a model vacant lot out of It for the summer. He desires to show people how this can be done at small expense with grass, shrubs and cleanliness and care. The league is trying to help him out by securing th loan, free to all pertiee. in the downtown district so that the experimental work may be seen by the moat people and understood. Carl Fisher Cleared. The Jury In the case of Carl Fisher, col ored, who has been on trial in the district court for the last two dara. charged with having anatchvii a pocket book and hand bit trout Mrs. Grare Jeter at th corner of Leavenworth and Mliieiernih iri wi the night of Ktbruary '.'it. has returned verdict aoulltiug Ibe dWiniaii- Easter Suits for Bys For years the majority of mothers of boys have been buying their boys' clothes from this Immense boys' store the hlaaest and best by far In town and to further emphaslr.e Its greatness, we might add, a big as anywhere. Think what selections are offered to the boys and mothers of Greater Omihw. If you seek th e best clothing dlfferen t clothing from that usually shown at most stores at minimum ptlces you must come to this store. $2 We are showing at "h.1 price a great assortment of strictly all wool cheviots and casatmere suits made In sailor blouses, Nor folks and double-breasted styles better bring the boy in while the alses are complete 12.00. The handsomest line of boys' sulta ever produced at this price are to be seen In our Boys' Department they are made of cheviots, rllk mixed cheviots, tlno caslmeros and extra fine qual ity of blue nnrge the stylos are sailor blouse, Norfolk and double breasted styles-fl.OO. $3 $4 This assortment Is absolutely the finest offered In this city. It entitles you to a range of colorings and styles that are shown exclusively by ui and Is the finest the market produces style are Buster Brown, sailor blouses, Norfolks, doublo-bre&sted Bty les 14.00. RED LETTER DAY. Pursuing our usual custom of using the last Wednesday of each month as a "Red Letter Day" with our Green Trading Stamps, we put on sale Wed nesday, March 30, theae goods at greatly reduced prices. Green Trading tjtnmps being given with each pur chase. ri.00 In Stamps with 1 lb. New York Cheese, at 20c 12 00 In Stamps with 1 box Dermal Dew Toilet Soap, at 15o tlW In Stamps with 1 box Balsam Talu Toilet Soap.-at 15c 2.00 In Stamps with 1 lb. Santos Coffee, ut 20c 2 00 In Stamps with 1 lb. Cu:uta Blend Coffee, at 2oc 12 00 In StainpB with 1 lb. Excelsior Blrnd Coffee, al 0o 2 0O In Stamps with 1 lb. Java and Mocha Coffee, at 35c 12 00 In Stamps with H Sal. New Orleans Molasses, at 30o 11.00 In Stampa with 1 box Scotch Bloaters, at 26o IJ.fO In Stamps with 1 qt. best Ohio Maple Syrup, at 40o $1 C9i Stamps with 1 pkg. best Corn Starch, at loo $1.00 In Stamps with S boxes Bearch Light Matches, at lo BAKERY SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. Lemon Slices, per dot 20o Bueton Brown Bread, per loaf 10o Fresh Cookies and Rolls, per dos..,.10o Home-Made Mince Meat Pies, each.lOo E, T. Smith & Go. TELEPHONE 164. 1407 DOUGLAS STREET Though you wnlt until the oOth of February, you'll never tjot n "niado-for-a-dunimy" rendy-mud ttuit to really fit a real man. Mind you we'ro talking about a flawless fit. Every mnu has atroiig points and weak ones BoiuctlmeB shoulder are square, then again sloping -some., men hnvo very long arms; others, just the same height, have ahort ones. . "Made-to-tueaaure" elnth Ing alone flawlessly tits a man. "MaeCarthy" togs necm to become him as well na fit bltn. Perhaps our In dividual attention does that. MaeCarthy Tailoring Company, fOe-eOe . I6ta St. Nest door te Wabash Tlcktt Offlce. Paeae lie). 1 Colgate's Monad Violet 29c Ounce In !Vi-o, sloes toppered bottles at, earn $1 U jg. Culsmte's Perfume. if-'" 1 os. Cola-ate's Perfume 4Uc 1 os. Culjrate'e Perfume f6c Hi os. Culirate's Perfume l.i us. Pabmok's Perfume lie 1 us. Datbrook's Perfurn Se Theee are all original glass stoppcrej botllee and are al) fresh, staple a-oola. Vou know the Onlf-nte nl Uahrrma q um.1I ty. We have also a IMgr assort ment of bulk odnre at cut prices. The biggest and best Custer V.kh Dye, two packaa-es Ic. of 15 for three packaarea, by mail, postpuid. FRE8II STRAWBERRIES WITH ICK CREAM BOD A. HOWELL DRUG CO., !6tt)nd Capitol Ave. TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER ehaertke Mow. TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER Uaa Uella a t ew. Gold Crowns from......... fa.."l 1 Set of Teeth from .,..$9.1,1 WORK Ot'A ItAMKED TEX TEARS. We are here to stay. Ko students, I 3 Work done free Small charges for material. TKISTll EXTRACTED FREE. Fllllngi from 25c. UNION DENTAL COMPANY OF PAINLESS DSNTISTRY. ;522 Douglas. hoom 4. CLOSING OUT -.ALT. OUR Buggies, Carriages and Wagons FREDRICKSON Fifteenth ami Capitol Ave. Head our special "ad" every Bundajr and Wedneedajr in The Bee. (AILWAY TIME CARD. IN ION STATION IOTH AND MARC Y, Chicago, nock Island Jt ParlBc. AST. Leave. Arrtvs. Chlcasn rtartlKM Limited 1 I M in sl ftOam C'hlrtmt Ptyllihi Local a 1:00 am a pm ('hlnan Kipr.ua bli liam a I 31 pn Pea Mnlnra Etpreaa ,...S 4:A0 pm bll'-fiO am Chicago Kaat Eipreaa a 1:30 pm a l:it m WST. Itorkr Mountain Limited. a T:S0 am a f :M pni Lincoln. Colorado 8prlnsa, Dan Tar, Pueblo and Weal a 1:10 pm a 1:00 pm Texno, California and Oklahoma Fixer a 4:10 pm all 40 pa Wabash. . 1 St. Louta "Cannon Ball" Rx....a 0 SO pm a 1:20 am It. Loula Local (Co. Blufli)...a 16 am alO 10 pm t hlengo A Northwestern. raat Chicago a I 40 am a 1 U am Inral Chicago all:S0am Mall a 1:10 pm 1 I II n Loral Rinui Cltr b I 41 pm lurllfht.bt. Haul it UI la alO W pm Daylight Chicago a I on am all 10 pm Limited Chicago a t:tft pm a 0:11 am Faet Chicago a 1:50 pm a 1:41 pm Local Chicago a 4:91 pm Faat St. Paul a t:la pm a l ot am St. Paul Eipreaa I II in Part Mall a t 4(1 pia Local Kloui City b 4 00 pm a So am Norfolk and Doneateal a l ot am blO W am Lincoln and Long Pine blot am bl0:M am Deadwood. Hot Bprlnga and Lincoln a I SO pm a 1:10 pm faaner and Wromtng Bipreaa...d t :W) pm a 1:10 pm Halting!, Superior and Albion.. b 160 pm b t:W pm Chlraa-o, Milwaukee at St. Paul. Chicago Parllght a 1M am allU pm Chicago raat Eipreaa 1 1 41 in a 1:10 pm Orerland Limited a I TO pm a 1:10 am Dea Moines Eipreaa ll ltlil a 1:10 pm Illinois Central. Chicago praea a 1:50 pm aiO M pm Chicago, Mlnnaapolla Ct. Paul Limited a 1:B0 pm a l ot am Mlnneapolla and at. Paul El...b 1:60 aia tilOU pm I n luu l'at'iae. Tha Orerlaad Limited a I 10 in a 1:0 pm Tha Paat Mall 1:10 am a I M pa) Tna California Rvpreea a 0:SO pm Tha Atlantic Simla! a 1 10 ai Tha Pmtland-4'hloago Spactal. .. 1 10 pm a a SO pm Tha Atlantic Knpreaa a 1 SO pm Tha Colorado Ppocial all SI pa a i 00 am Tha Chicago tlpacial a 1:40 am Lincoln, healrloe and Stroma- burg F.ipreaa b 4:00 pm bll M pa Coluuibtia Local b 0:00 pm b I IS am Chleniro Jreat Western. r:. Paul and Mlnnaapolla Lmtd a 1:11 as :. I'J'il and Mlnneapolla Ex.. at 11 am a SI pat Chicago I.lmltod a 4 40 pm HO M IS Pt aul, Minn. A Chicago Ei a I. SO pm Chicago Eipreaa a 4 19 aa a 4:0. pa Mlasourt I'urinc. St. Lotila Eipreat alO OO am a I M pm K. C. A St. Lonia Eipraaa... alO.M pm a 1:11 aa rll HMNUTOM STATION lOTII at MASON Chicago, Ilnrltnatoa at Qolney, lan Chicago Special a1:vt)am Chicago Vaailbulad Kapreaa a 4 00 pm Chicago I-ooal a 1:11 am Chicago Limited a S OS pm rait Mall.... Kansas ir. . Joseph A Co. Kanaaa Cltjr lar Eipraaa a :! am St. Loul Flrar a I JS pm Kun.aa.Clty Night Cipreaa a!0:4 pm Ilurllnaton Jt Missouri silver. Wymore. Beatrice and Lincoln. .a I SO am Neor.aka Kipreaa a I 0 am Ii.nr Limited a 4 10 pm Baik llllle tt Puget Hound Kl all. 10 put Colorado Wallhuleil Flyer Lincoln Fuel M. II b t 61 pm Fort Crook and IMatlanouih. .. .b I 10 pm tteileYua and Paclflo Junction. .a 1 H pui bcl.tvue and PaUau Junction. .a I I am Antra. l U pm a 1.40 am all no pm a f 40 pm I 49 pm man's, a o oi pm all us am a I N am bll o pm a 1(1 pm a 4 am a S SO pm a I 30 pm a I 01 am bit) St am si a weudtch niii'oT 18TH wkbvter Bilasonrl Paclnc. Lmts Arrira. Neb. Local via Weeping Water, b 4 10 pm alO IS am Clileaaro, M, Paul, Minn. A Onmhsu Twin City Paaensr b I SO am b I 14 pm Slciui city l awmigcr... a I 00 pm all K am Oakland Laval bl:4tpm b I 14 aia a Pally, b (tally aaeept Sunday. 4 Dally aao.pt Saturday. Pally aioapt Monday. OCEAN STEAMSHIPS. HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE. ae Veia-aurew .M.iwri c aa,atfw aa. Akw si,.!. aorikaiDAM, tu kokUxiXa, Salllua laeauej. al 14 a. a. Fetadam Ail. b Noordam Apt. It kulleruam All. K fuladem May 1 ltyndam Apl. 10, Uuuerdaa -win can at i'if tnouia. SJOLLANO-AMKKICA UNI. as Paarbora SC. CIV aaga. 111. i Harry Staarra. 10.1 rasaaa . 0. .MtaeHurd. 11 Paraaa St. I 4. StayaaUa, Ue kaeaea at. ANCHOR LINK I S. MAIL BTBAMSHIW. NEW YORK. LONDONPeRRT AXD OLAtOOW. 5CW YORK. GIIiHALTAa AD NAPLES'. Superior aimamodatione. Kicallant outalaa. The aomfort of paaaaagere carefully eonaldarad. Single or round trip Ucbeta betweaa Near York aud Scotah, Kugiieh. Iri.n and all principal Sandlnavtaji and continental anion at attractive rata, aead fur Boob af Tua:-a. for tteteeta ue avara! tuforntatlao. apply te any Inc.! agent of tba Anrhar Llna or ta MbNUfciieUN Wto., .Uaa' I Aaota, clogo, BL i: