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TIIE OMAHA DAILY DEE: ri?IIAY. AFT.IL P. lf04.
0PEM5C OF THE AUDITORIES Gmt Bit Jct tm i i3 Iran' E-d E1S Font ARFAllGEWIiTS WADE TO THIS tfTtCT 4Vraa4 BrJl ts to atrlllisat ferial silaa tl-s-a Vy I1 al ts rW-s fraai This aaa Hhe-r St at -a. prereoent an Jade Reafl failefl nf re eWtlrm. Otmtir Ml'krr ha tint or-lea-sled hi choir to the her In hi cithfT Jufllrlal appointment Th call 1 nymed by "Warrm P-ttleT s presiastit. wbo ran ftrr supreme JuflfT on th aemnrratir tiokrt. V.CST OF STATE GETS WET ksla ! a Eitrra rt h w est rr Jkufirtortuni In to be mmed a-tth burnt erf priory which. m-IU make the ordinary I fnafl of arltiry carried In sine, look Ji red Are in the midst of the sunset- Cere mmie are to I held In the dartime and an nlanorate fnaurural ball at utrht. lnnes' , tn.nd has liwrn sismed to flve thirty-seven performance and concerts. June I to IX Inclusive, ia the flunlimi of the festival. Fur this artist of national reputation will as Hrurrt. Thl -U be followed ey a lumiDfr concert essni of fourteen Says with afternoon, and evening concerts. 'i n Auditorium mannsremrnt ta rnlnf ts try for reduced rat on ths railway, la audition stfip-m-er prlriu,res lor Cv days win be asked of th roads running throurh Omaha on all passetisTrs to fl. L'Ula whs art routed throturn the city. Tb eere nirmle of the seventh will see lb building tiandnd over te the public, docked In the best oratory, and on the part of the ctttsens a reply uf acceptance In kind. Tbe detail tiave not yet been worked out, nor baa the management named the speakers, nor Mr. E.nr.1 worked out hi proa-ram or chosen tlie orlclirltios. The band will bo of slrty pieces, with many well known soloists led br ne famous Bohemian oometiet Krrl The director tavur an admission char ire for utricle concerts of & aents and are ooo alderlnc the advisability of season ticket at the rate of S oenta each concert, lar. lnnna proKMed four of the ounourt danoei known aa the JLtlariUc City conoert Aanoe, ta which mimic of an hour will be followed br a flanoe of the name period. The di rectors will ponalder this proposition. The larre room under the mare is to be Stted tip as dreaalns; rooms, retlrtna; rooms and buBet. and the ruests will be enter tained for tlie frrand ball and the oonoerts. The buUdlns is ts be decorated as nand ornejy aa poeslhle It is pointed out as howlnc the advantage of the Auditorium to Omaha people that without it the Innes band, probably only forty-flve men rtrmi With one aululet, would piay for one nlfht at lbs theater, charring CaO for the beet eats. Kun, the band romea fur three weeks, slrty strong, with eololsts, and the charce a-ill be only S cents. Bsndmastor lnnes was in the city r- terdur In oonrerenoe with tbe Auditorium direct 01 s. -1 look forward with enthusiasm to this cn;arement, said Mr. Innt-s. "I know I am not far out of the way in savins; that you hare bre one of the beat auditoriums ia tbe country. W look forward t p somen a bualnees. The directors Intend to make this aa went of elpnlflciinoe throurh out the weet. The orernors of neljrhbor- trt( western states and thrir staffs will be tavlted to attend the Inauffural ball. While la St. Xrfiuis 1 am only on among several ; brre 1 will stand alone. 1 oonaldur my sassu bere a great honor and ns addinc AUbbKj ta my atandins; as aa artist.' Mr. lnnes groes east this morning and will rm bis season AnrU 3 at Harrisburg fYoni there he goes ta Chloaca and tbna j Bt- Ljou, where he helps open tbe positioa April aU From there lie comes ts Omaha. NEW GRAND JURY IS DRAWN "Tbe rain is general all ever the slate of NrlTraida. eaoept In the estreroe north west comer, from which we have tie re-awt,- said leather rorecerter TTelsh. "Tbe hearlef-t rain hsve -m in the east ern part of the stale and it 1 generally speaking the best rain of the season thus far. Tlie precipitation her up to 7 s'chck this morning was XT of an inch. At Oak dale 1 01 of an inch is reported and tbe rain ba varied from one-fourth ts one inch throughout the state The indicstluns are for fair tomorrow with oeoler tonight." The Burlington weather report shows that tbe rain ha extended pretty well ft the state, especially In tbe soutbrrn portion. Cm the southern division it was rainmg this morning from Endicntt ts At chison. There were but fire stations on tbe division where rein was sot reported. On the western dlrixion it was snowing at Cheyenne, and raising at Orleans. Ser- il points on the division reported mist. The northern division reported rain nearly aU trver the Una It was snowing at Bur well. Crete was tbe only station on the divtaioti where no rain was reported. On the AlUance division no rata was reported, but mow wa reported at Newcastle. Tbe Sheridan division rrtwrrted snow at fpton. Pry or and Cody. This give all portions of the state where rain was needed plenty of moisture with the single exoeptlon of tbe northwestern portion along the Al liance division. ANOTHER TEN WIN' LAURELS! Ia Tb Bet' Tfc rd 0otti im Tm Tip t :b St- LoT.it tiposritJti. LAfXEST TOUl VOTE AND EASIEST RACE it m riiTKDim. ikrerle4 leeerted a large eudn-iice t tbe Har- .( km t the Altar,- hich rtened te last night. Ml- ?aaa Tuv-aS UNION PACIFIC WINS CASE Cs Deviate a Keerratalac rolamkaa Os-ealaa sad GrasHag Ose af Its tre-rta. Judge Munger ha handed dows a memorandum opinion in the case of the fnion Pacific Railroad Company, com plainant, against the City of Columbus, respondents. In which a decree is entered enjoining the city of Columbus and its officials from seeking to open snd grade M street from a point 100 feet from the h firth line of Eleventh street to the north line of Twelfth street without first Institut ing the appropriate proceedings In con demns tioa. The action in the case was brought by the fnion Pacific to restrain the city officials of Columbus from attempting to open what is known as M street across certain ground and right-of-way of com plainants, pursur.nt to a resolution of the city council directing the street commis sioner to do so. M street having been by the original plat of the town, dedicated as a public street. The opinion states further that it ap pears the validity of the ordinance of June tf, 100. vacating certain portions of tbe street In controversy is involved In a suit pending in tbe state court -of Platte county, and the case may be continued If desired, until final disposition of the cass pending la the state court. . Rrswa of rrearal (kieflm with re mt Over 1 1 r.ginnlrig with a very light vote the third of Tbe Bee's we-kly contests for the ten free trip to the Ft. Lmui eaposition ha terminated with a larger total vne than either of it predecessor, and the vote of tbe champion also outrank that of tbe first two contests. Miss Nannie "L Brown of Fremont. NeU, now has the largest score of tbe contests so far closed, being 11.7a. and it will ti-ae some pretty good hurtling to get ahead of her recurd. A remarkable feature is tbe fact that only 8ii votes were smple in this contest to beat the eleventh in tbe list, and Mis Laura Fisher of Omaha, who held the tenth plane, had over l. vote to spare. Tbe vote at tbe close was: taaair L. Braw a, 'reat .... 1 1,T3T B B. Ball. Calassbas MM at rat. M. IL. Mayaasa, Mlasaarl YaUer tT Aataa fcrasa, Osaaaa F. i. Davis, saaka Hawara Crf-aaaltab, ta. Osaaaa... SV,4 H. C fcras. ttaaka V.lt Berax-rt ftaraat, Oaaaa .! Willie Sbarter. Siaaaka .1 Uara M. Fisfcer, Oaaka Z.tTTV K'erlwrt North, Souih Omaha 7S i'rank Matben. OmKba - Ferry PiacK. Nebraska City W Minnie Clark, fiouth Omaha Calvin Evans Routh Omaha 2c Fred lngersoll, fout.h Oroaba.. ' Futljh Newell. malia 11 Joe Xiarker. Cmaha.. I1 Lee KllFWorth. OmtlTh.. 8 Mile O-eet.leaf. Omuha 1 B. McWhorter, Cmaha 1 J'e H Havana, Omatia 1 Fred Stanton, Crnitlia 1 LITTLE ANXIOUS FOR RAIN Irriaratars Oat at Fart Margaa. Cala., H said like fe lataral Mai et are. A V. S. Saunders, a former Nebraskan but now of Fort Morgan. Col.. 1 In the city. He says of weether condition out about the l-rlfrated sections of Brush and Fnrt Morgan : " are getting a little anxious for rain in order to supply tbe sources of our Irri gation ditches. There has been relatively but little enow In the mountain tbe part season hence It begin to look as If there may lie s shortage of water unlee we get copious rains this spring. Our district is a great alfalfa country and we rtilse a vat amount of garden stuff for the Den ver and either mountain town market Fort Morgan Is growing very rapidly and one of the handsomert borne towns in the west. It is on the line of tbe Burllngtan and is In full view of tbe mountains." Omaha party will be State erretary J F Bailor, H". E Johneon. tV i Sfpbens Secretary F. L. TTihin. G.T F. r.lcs-cE siid J. F. Gilm'rre. lat a tallar. Mxttie Johnson. rVillie Tj ter at the Krug ba ail the eiement of the successful melo drama It hua. tf first Unjirtance. tbe maie and the emaie vllia n, who tangle themwlve up with the hero and the heroine in such munner a to make the love story of the lust meritu.nt-e pair neces sarily strenuous. There isn't a moment from the beginning of the play until the drop of the final cur-.tla when the earlte mcnt lags, for the villains are of an inven tive turn of mind and very Industrious, prime of the plans for Yhe undoing of tlie ultimately hni'j y pair are original and all are thrilling in action. Tlie story c! the play is possible, but scarcely probable otherwise it could not ! used euecesefullj fir melo-draniatlr ptirposes Manager Percy G. Trtlliam evidently knows a hat many theater -going iople sant. for be presents the dramatic story liberally spiced with meritorious vaudeville turns. Furthermore, he has taken full sd vantage of the opportunities for the ajiec tscular; many of the srr.ic and mechanical effects are 6iseTvlng of Fper-ial pra-lsr. A II of the principal role in the play are fn competent bands "Teerted at the Altar" remains at the Knis for three more per formances, tonight and Saturday afternoon and night. A aim tear Matflae at tbe ftrwaeaa. Tbe amateu-e put on st the Oryibeum mBtlnee Thursday furnu-hed the suflience aith considensMe smueem-rt. Clyde Tay lor, a pickenlnrv with a personality that In itself made a funny little f-imw. danced quite wen. Ten of Mogr newsboys, known as N'eno snd Chicago, gave a four round sparring exhibition, each disnlaylr.g a trifle of cleverness tTiat enme only from practice. The third and lust numlier was Archibald and Jones, two youtig men who told some Jokes and sang in black -face makeup. Apparently they have given some attention to their preparation for a stare rnreer. but they certnlnlv rrtiFt pursue their work long and persistently to get out of the amateur class. The demonstrations of the audience left no doubt that the effort made were enjoyable. He Arnn Culm and Kiln Nuiitpn do reside In the siaiie resort In tie Thirfl ward s ere sr r"ied lest nir-t'i on ehargaw of p"tit lr cry nd vagrancy. ThM are suld m have enti'-ed a strTicr inn. tbe I' room and to Imve tM-run Omi' i g r..,ln(i nim In iile.vful even adjusted hi tie nod In Ffftt. Tb y t beir 'l-y-uln'"' t'i't i lusr ft'-mn around him V hen the blushing stretifrer man aired to ct mt I,. rn.-ied that on of the dr.msel hut ' r,v.fl ' htm to the ertent of I: He did not mind the money, be said hut It rut the furl of playing h!m lor a sucker that roused bi ire. Bag-as I tfteMMi A Arthur Morton of Francis street ws a"resiefi iufi mrht us a sunpicioii chnrac- , ter His tie"uliar feult is said In bave b-n calling uj' various parti-s in the city by teljthone. cprecTitine lilmself s an ; rprea company, and telling t nem that lie i bhd a pHrcel for them and e ok lug net her be should dti.'i er It In um rases he win j 'Id 1r tiring tbe parrel to tbe bou. which i be did, and collected charges. Wtien the ! parcel was oi-tied ar old shoe or lrick would be :ouno cartrui y ronea in pajwr i Bit V I tt1n Back Beer. Btorx" celelirated Bock Beer on draught on and after Saturday, April I. To get it in bottles, by tbe case, for your home. phone 22GD. CHANGES PLEA TO GUILTY Hal la be Beaalar Mttrlnt Cwart May ta far Tbs first grand Jury ta be drawn ander tba new laa regulating such proreedtng a-as selected by the clerk of the district court under Judge Day supervision Thurs day st noon. Tbe main difference to tbe preoedure is that all the names are taken ft-jta one box, one drawing being for grand and the other lor petit Jurors. But only t wenty-f our grand Jurors are selected twice a year, while 1 petit Jurors Are drawn for every' three weeks of each term of court iu all tbe sessions. Before th court year . names of voters are put In the big box haphazard by the county com missioners and this number is afxer-wards drawn upon at stated periods for tbs sup plytng of the Juries necessary. Tester day, besides tbe following grand Jury of twenty-four men. two panels of 12D saoh were drawn to serve as petit Jurors for tbs imltig May term of court. All are report for fluty th first day of tbe term, a'hlcb Is May . The Jury drawn Is: Juba O. Harnett, 2412 South Thlrteexta. ik. C Broaium:, CS IxmruKf. A. Buenler, ill Chicago. W. M. Hoyer, 717 boutn ThIrty-firat. ' F. (i. Bou, 2nJS lttka Carl Cai'isoii. C1 Gold. . Cuiht, t. umlug. Chrto lmrr. Jr.. nr aouih Eighth. Aucy itw. Ten in and Farotm. TlKima i'lvnn. fifteenth ana Center. John Fox. .IV North Tweniy-Cf lb, buutk Oniaiia. Jiitio FlUgerald. Zu!T O. South Omaha. Uui Hartinau, Miliurd Albert HeuelrK k. Hoc Clark. Oeorge V . La Kollette, Ciitieon. t . lymi. North 7 Dt -eighth. W. M M urdock X,'. Chicagu. Jos Matidervtlle. Tbirurtu. between H and (1. ttoutb Obiuha. H 1 1. Neetey ;;T1 HamflKm. mk-x C 'lander ICSU North Ta-enty-seeond. liarrr hu'lmnn, S0 Sherman avenue. Joejh tomonek. 13:7 South Twelfth. F C. V hlte. SdH Cuming George 'Whitehead. S&Jt South Twsnty-tounk Biraaurd Jskassa featrem (bat Tried a Bab Matarsaaa aad Caadae-tar. n It took less than an hour to dispose of tbs day's work mapped out for the crim inal .session of tbe district raurt. Richard Johnson, whs was ta nave been tried for having held up and rat bed the motor-mac and oonduotor of an electric car last fall, with two confederate, changed bis mind at the last minute and entered a plea of guilty. John Brown, colored, who broke into a 'Wabuab car that a-as standing on the track and secured less than CM) worth of plunder fur his pains, also acknowledged his guilt and was given six months In the county JalL Seven minor ases that have been on the docket for many month were dismissed by ths county attorney. The next trial of any importance or Interest will be that of Isaac Chambers, a colored man. who ia charged with having killed i. is iiroiner, Joseph, with a knlle, in a drunken Quarrel, at tbe Ites Moines botel in South Omaha, last fall. Henry Foster. another alleged murderer, will be tried the following week. Foster is charged ait fa having shot a Vniun Pacific watchman tiamsd Gentleman when the latter caught hint stealing coal from one of the com pany's cars last winter. Aaaaaaremeats af tbe Theaters. "his evening at the Boyd theater Vr. William Faveraham, purported by Mis Julie Opp and a specially selected com pany under the direction of Charles Frob snan, will present "Xrd and Lady Algy," comedy that has been xnast suooessful m London. New Tork and elsewhere. Mr Faveraham has Dot been seem In Omaha for number of years, and Miss Opp la a stranger to us In all but name, but the reception that fcas been given them else where warrants the expectation of some thing unusually good. Manager Burgess esteems It one of the most Important en gagement of the season. ,"Pars!fal" In concert form, given by tbe New Tork Symphony orchestra, under tbe direction of "Walter ramroech, win be th offering at tbe Boyd next Monday evening. WILL TALK 0FTHE NEW JUDGE Lasym 111 Deeide araetker te aaa o saeeeei Baxter aa Bears. A call for a meeting of tbs Omaha Bar association bas been issued for Saturday afternona st t o'clock, la district court mora No. L for the purpose of determin ing whether or nut a recomtnendatloa should be made to tbs governor concerning tbs filing of tbs vacancy soon ts be mads cm the district bench by tbe resignation of Jndgs Irving F. Baxter. If tbe associa tion derides that such a rsonmmendatlnn to sdviaabia. one will be made st tbs aneetlng. All tbe members rf tbe bar of ths Fourth Judicial district ar invited to awrtuupaut la tbe meeting. Governor Sav age once asked an expression from tbe bar aad acted on its reroramendatioa of Judge Baad. but no other governor bas set tbs U72 &sd79Tttrsf lp TsMlavaa Imenadlatarfv rtdl CurtsJ Quickly artth Drmkm'u Palmetto Win a. Mr. Qea IT. peluta, 7 years of ar. Akron. Mum., wrtwv Fur siaur Mars I save bsoa grsatlT traumas vita C b runic "-tl'inlis and iaitiicbt M a a beiv tar ski. 1 aav m4 wnir Uirse kaum al laraae'a Palaieus a uis auk re. 1 1 H that 1 save as irtuiua trua Ootisi,t vauua aad Scum s ear u assursa. Irfcr s iSjeD Wiue aa aoa lur aas vast all t -r tamndta taiisd to aa . b 1 aLiuciik t years at age. H FVess FA, Nrs UmOiura. Mia. wriaes: 1 bad La Grroee. vtiirh tot ai aiia severs (atarrk staemis ataaiuraa all larourh suy buo'-. a vwt bard suuf k aaebU)ga. iuarjrsaai aud b-flssisiat-tis ml mua ihuhoi amw. an ax suflue- iuv vers as-ias I aa Utliia itraar fsi aaeta a uas; av sm4 ios i in n as 1m aaHani t auui ever w I Oifl tun buss as evsr Um ss asll aa I a aoa sag bs great emu. as nus aast 1 luuna a1 x-b a aua4aj atcoioiu a Iwaar a Panniis TA uaa A m kutu vili as su prstald tmrnff a t lum faaua Cow itrase avk, f iisy Aa. A ssa ami arwst aae n BANKERS GROUP MEETINGS Maaeg Caaaaters Hart THeir Aaaaal tessiaas atate. Dates set far La taa Ths annual group meetmgs af tbe nlna dlrlalons of tle Nebraska Stat Bankers' asseciatioo will be held to ths Imroedlsts future. Group No. will meet in Alma, April IS. Qroup Na. I, In Fremont Thurs day and Friday, April 3 and ZZ. and No. I bold its meeting April C In Harvard Arbor day is popular with the money men and several of tbe meeting are probably ts ooma on that data. Secretary Wymaa of tbe state association will be unable to attend these meetings, but Omaha bankers are la tbe custom of gaing ta all of them a means uf getting to touch with their country correspondents Trie bunkers get together st tbe group meetings, bear re ports of th year's condition from all towns to their territory, discuss aU sorts off ful shop and end up with a dinner. COUNT GETS YEAR AND A HALF J ales de kgrrsaa, Wae rii aasea. Is Seat ta reaiteartarr IMMrtet rft, Julius Count, otherwise known as Count Jules de Agrenaff. recently convicted in tbe district court of issuing a forged rberk on which Home Miller, proprietar of ths Millard botel, paid tbe freight, came up to the district court for sentence late Thurs day afternoon. "The Count." as be was familiarly known about town, was fsulUeasly attired to a cutaway coat, whit vest and creased trousers. He could think of ns reason why tbe sentence of the court should not t passed upon him and Judge Hay accord tngte gave bin a year and a half to tbs penllrntlrry at Lincoln, all of which be took with a smile. BV K Veddmg Kuiga fctmorm. Jews SCHOOL PUPILS IN CMAHA Sea af Seaater aad Dragktrr ef wttraseaa Begaa ktavesbla la Cbllebood. Mias Nellie Cotter of thl city, who was married to Clarence Thurston, son of for mer Senator John M. Thurston, at the Cathedral chuiKsl, St- Louia. Tues day, is tbe daughter of William H. Cotter, 2t North Seventeenth street. Mr. Cotter is employed by the Chicago, St. Paul. Minneapolis A Omaha railroad aa pwitch nian. Miss Cotter is Zi year of age and attended tlie Omaha High school for a numtier of years. during tlie residence In Oma.hu of Sen ator Thurston tbe young people attended school together when but mere children, and it was then tlie bond of affection was formed between them. Toung Thurston ha but recently been graduated from college. Tonight at Kountxe Memorial church Mr. Wm. Honnedy win deliver his famous lec ture, "Through Scotland with Scott." Ad mission, Zc. Hat Springs. Ark.. The Missouri Psclflr win sell round trip tickets at one tare, plus XZ. On sale April ID and 13; limit nf tickets, 10 day. For In formation call city iffice, S. E. corner ltb and Douglas sts. BOUND TO PREVENT DOCKING beaeaska Haaaaae Saekety Offers Fifty Dollars Bevrard far Coavirriea af Cvtity Perse a. A reward of ao0 for the arrest and con viction of any per oe flocking horses to the state of Nebrar.ka, bus been put up by tlie Nebraska Humane society. Tbe members of tbe Omaha branch of the association learned that In some place to tbe stats horses were iieing docked in defiance of th law forbidding this practice. So tbe reward was offered. The society Is elated over the recent de cision of the Colorado supreme court hold ing ttial the Colorado anti-docking law is constitutional. Thi is believed to lie the first decision on such a law and to form a pieoedent for tlie Nebraska and Iowa su preme courts in caae of litigation. They were tlie liorw tUnl Fwaro. across tlie river to pet a rint'. 13 (i a they remind one nf tlie niun v bo jia? "fauc? j'riees" 1'e'aiune be want TetJ Xnplifb worKted." wiy, when lie eonld pel It here, pet it with lis much stvtiprer ft vie, us flaw less fit snd ns pur satis faction wim into It a till pet it lit our nje-Uerule jiriceR' Wonder If that rann will tent thi claim by ha vine ns make him a MacCnniy Birlieu Frock, the gntt that make "the Inifis" look more likr a nos pives a distlD puishinp txmch to your at tire without reiifleriup. it loo forma for business wen r-$35.00 lo M0. 00. "Wouldn't you. if you were h J MacCarthy Tailorin-; Company, l-tn a lets t.. Nsxt door ts Wabash Tickst Offisa !!. Cravcnette Rair-Coas At Special Price rri1ar vou can lnr a prEtiine CrareD-1te IJincost, tlit i wonb ir.(Hl, fr $10.00 . Evpry one Las the trade mark stamped on earn parmfnt to injure ron of it bcinjr abso lutely penning. Thej come in a prvat variety of different "olr and jiatterns. Cut lonp and )HMse. Some "with belt, other jlain. TLey are today's uidrt fashionable pannentB for rain or c-hine. This is a special lot that "we invite your attention to, as they were bought tinder price. Worth $15.00 for flO. D 0 ft. U,-' ?. J J , mtmi . t ' i 1 Stewart & Beaton 1315-17-19 Farnam Street CLOSING OUT A Novelty In SATURDAY Coming Events Cas Shadows Before. Our sale of IRON BIDS ni l be a TOTAL ECUPSE of BRGMN OFFERINGS. -.sit OV&- Buggies, Carriages and Wagons FREDRICKSON FUteentb maA Copttol Ave. ry Bunds; rntist a-ith well -establlsm-d practica ia an CKrellrnt location In Bse builcLnc ia slrf!s rentlenian to share office, preferably physician. Address. li SE. Bee offlee. Horses clipped 217 S. Fourteenth. Tel. K Italia ar Katea aaa frrssasls. r Burley. assistant sutisrintendent of the Bock Island at Fairtiurj'. 1 in toa-n. E. Hill, traveling passenrer fcirent of tlie lx-h:eh Vahey at Ctiicaca, is iu tits cltj "W. J. Gllksrson. western passonFer arart of tbe Grand Trunk in Chicago, is lr ths city. X. B. Bmlth. asalstaat fmbnni fretrht aaent of ttis B. a M.. lias returned Iruia tiloafro. Gsorce P-. BidwelL srenoral manaser of the Nebraska and M vomitis; OIvisiud uf tlis urtcaisirn, iuts sune to c.tucasu. C L. axiniax, central paasencer apeot of ths I'niuD pacUlic nus Murmo tumit- after ix!iidxiia alniut one mouth iii Cliicaca. All railroad men report tbe freiftit buta- neas lncrnssiiis uurii tbs past m-k. V to ftaturoav lust svervuunc in tbe treisTBi l.ne aa very aull, but tbe oiet;!n up of SiiritiK has bad a very rood enact upon many uns 01 nusuieas and una tias aum- uiatod sluiiinnc. 3 ilm E. 1 tt. iie nealy appointed roueral atnit of the h Island fur Keuraafca, bus just returnra frim i -n ii., a liere lie went u look sfler tbe lULerssts of bis c imj tt.y. "hile in Luipoln Mr. I'tt wa lendued a banquet by some of tlie ituui iuf memtter i.f tbe Commercial club of tiist city. S O. f ark burst, wbs Is to sunoeed George T. Thomas as arcnerhl afent fur the Great V esinrn m tuis cuv. is in innana lnupscUiiC the terminals if Lbs com)iaiiy a-iLb tt. A. tioooell. general superlnleiident af tlMr oompai.y Mr. Faitburst is st prsasnt SjMUfLkiil rnierai treirnt apeut of tbe Great "W eetern st Fort lsit. Genera) lnuuifiY Milter and General Bu perli.ieiioeni li(klm of tbe KoiA lslKSd a-!ll arrive in miana this sftemrwm troni the east over tbeir line. They will iiav wltb tliem a party of nunur officials. The party will I in a private ear and is maaibf a trip throurb the west fur tbe purpe af insjiertiii tbe lines of the system. It wa reMirted Uiat ll would arrive at l.Jk Uus afternoon. snd 'tbsi'iliKI.KMMaa IK OK urn. THI Ik la OF MTISO Oar IOjOO Iraa sesa. Call stse tar ai.Ti. TOT CAM TABIC TOIK CBOZCB a( str fAm li-aa Veaa, f sU f r Z.4l. fusad our sradal "ad" twai Wednesday tn Tbs Bea. T.st E DAT re srtll srU ssr aWiisB .acl eaaraea far t&ja. MsNUT 1-3 la. far &. S la. all aUlasrs (aa nus' tiLC all (oatae-r alllasrs fratarr Va. XXX saUty IKtat K rtlAAWa. ataau Is, far a, XZsJUi Lark, far Mse. Xrir Ura, far Z&a. Pssry Crtratal wtllawa, -ad Tte. Kola (rfirni tra . . . . Set af Teeth teaai ... VOBK CI '1141TCED We are here ta stsy. . . .aa.sr, . . . n.sr, YEAR. dt-sts. STILL UCKS A SECRETARY TaaasT Meaw fit rial la a asssrlatiaa Stay srsa Cas Teat taa tar lew Si aa. Tbe committ e bsrinc In chars; the se lection of a secretary for tbe Tounc Men's Christian association met and adjoumnd without dome anytbinc; further than hear- ! In a uvmlwr of letters read by Chairman ' Gilmors. It If said to be now probable ! that nothing will be done in thl direction ' un.J after the international association j convention in Buffalo May t. A delegation ; from Omaha will then cro east with Mr. Willis and meet tlie men who ar cathereu" theia. Ts the dedication of the Chadroa Railway association buildlnc several Omaha men ' te tiJse part in tbe program which taepns Friday and conclude Sunday. In tbe Work done free FmaTl rhu TEETH from 2uc Miller, Stewart & Beaton rrrf for tnBt!riiil EXTKACJaU FBXK. Fillings UNION DENTAL COMPANY CF PAIXLEB8 DEXTIETRT. Ihiu(iu. Knoa 4. Steamship Tickets Tn snd from Europe on Enrllsh. German and Scandinavian lines. Bis; raductiua In steerace rates on bcandlnariari Prejalas. We also issue dralts and money orders on foreign countries. 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