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THE BEE: OMAHA, "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1914.
.J I i , umiMi i i w inmaa KUW m UHKIIIII ' in Win BRIEF CITY NEWS Electrio Tanc Burgess-Oranden Co. John Bath, florist, moved to 1S04 Far. rtdellty Storage & Van Co. Doug. 1518. Have Boot Print It Now Beacon pfeas. Monthly income for Iilfe Gould, Bes bulldln. Whtn yon know gai lighting you pre fer it. Omaha Gas company. 1509 Howard atreet Douglas MS. Appeals from Pine Harry Schwartz, owner of the Keys' jne hotel, appealed a 50 police court fine, when he was tried for keeping a disorderly house. Alma Schuett rined Alraa Schuett, arrested ns keeper of a disorderly house at 711 south Thirteenth Rteet, wns given a J25 fine In police court. A woman In mate was given a (10 fine. Sr. MUlener Has Birthday A huge cluster of forty-two carnations and one whits flower, reposed on the desk of Dr. F. H. Millcner. at the Union Pacific building, Monday, in honor of his forty seoond birthday. Anto Club Wanti Street Blsms City commissioners have been asked by the Omaha Automobile club to provide street signs for use at the Btreet Intersections. The council will discuss the request at a meeting of the committee of the whole Monday. JCey to Parcel Bates An official unit key for use in connection with the par cel post guide, has been received at the Omaha postofflco, and Is ready for distri bution. The key to tho parcel post guide eliminates the necessity of the map, In connection with all estimates from the Omaha postofflce. Special Train for Elks Many reser vations have been mado for the Union Pacific- special to the Elks grand lodge meeting at Denver on July 13. and it is said that tho special train from Omaha has been practically assured. The spe cial will leave Omaha with the Elks delegation of Omaha and tmrmundlng lodges on Sunday afternoon, July 12. late in the afternoon, arriving In Den ver early the following morning lor the opening of the grand lodge. Union Pacific is to Boost for National Park at the Expo Whllo the Union Pacific is cont'nunlly boosting for the Yellowstone park trip It will maKe an especial cnori next, year 10 Induce travelcis to visit this beauty spot of the west. It Is estimated that hun dreds of thousands of visitors will Jour ney from tho east to visit the Panama exposition In 1915 and the Union Pacific ' will try to Induce as many of theso as possible to see the great natural, nat'onal park. To advertise this side trip the Union Pacific will, at a great expense, Install the leading features of the pork in mlna turo in a concession at the exposition. The plans for this beautiful panorama have been designed by Frederic Thomp son, the well known showman who was a central figure at tho big Omaha expo sitions. DOG CATCHER'S ARM IS SWOLLEN FROM DOG BITE James Kindness, dog catcher, appeared at the surgeon's offtco In police head quarters and asked that his right arm bo attended to. He was bltton Saturday by a dog at Twenty-fourth and Cuming streets. His arm has swollen up to three times the normal slie, and tho police sur geons recommended that ho be sent to a hospital for treatment It could not bo determined whether It was merely a caiie of neglected blood poisoning or something more serious. Glacier Park Most Popular This Year Glacier National park, which is being extensively discussed among those who will go west this summer, promises to be one of the most popular of the sum mering places. The Burlington' has ar ranged a number ,of attractive .trips for this season, but 'hone of them are draw ins more 'attention from vacationists than that which Includes Glacier National park. This outing la extensively and en. thuslastlcally described by the Burling ton men who have made the trip. EASTERN TOURS ARE ATTRACTIVE RIGHT NOW The eastern tours are to be a feature of the Burlington summer vacation sug gestions. The eastern trips promlso to hold more than ordinary amount of In tercst for those who live In the mid west or western states. One may go Dy one route, and return by another, mak ing the trip absolutely new all the way. Liberal stopover privileges havo been ar ranged by the Burlington and generous rrovlslon Is made for the vacationist who wants to visit a number of cltlen In a leisurely way, taking his own time for coming and going. National Capital Attracts Tourists The national capital Increases each year In populailty with the summer tourists, and numerous and convenient tours of the east, to Include Washington are ar ranged this season. New booklets of tho Pennsylvania lines give many routes which may be followed In tho eastern tours this summer, and the privilege of the traveler have been considerably In creased. It is always an Inspiration to see the capital and and particular interest attaches to a visit there, while congress is still In session. Summer rates for the eastern tour are already effective and will continue until September 30. THAVKIi HAMBURG A. AMERICAN largest SS.Cb . ' in the WORLD 442 Ships 1.417.710 TONS FUNERAL OF REV. THOMAS M'CAGUE HELD TUESDAY Many friends of Rev. Thomas Mc Cague, who died Sunday, attended the funeral services at tho Central United Presbyterian church this afternoon. Many more who were unable to attend the serv ice went to tho church between t and 3 o'clock, while the body lay in state, nnd viewed the features of the veteran min ister and missionary .for the last time. Ever since 1867 tho deceased had lived In Omaha, He had reared a large family of sons and duughtcrs, who are now well known and highly respected here. Tho four sons, John U. Will L. Thomas II. and Brower E. McCague, a son-in-law, Itev. Albert Gordon of Lincoln and a grandson, John I McCague, Jr., were the active pallbearers. Rev. Hugh B. Speor. pastor of the church, assisted by Rev. A. C. Douglas of the First United church, conducted the services at the church and grave. Hon orary pallbearers were the elders of the church Wllllnm Balrd, George G. Wal lace, G. . Benawa, George F. Gtlmore, Dr. H. P. Hamilton, George W. Welch, A. W. Bowman and J. E. Dodds. Burial was In Prospect Hill cemetery. OLD GLORY TO FLY FROM THE SCHOOLS ONLY OCCASIONALLY Old Glory has been ordered off the school buildings by President C. T. Walker of the Board of Education except days or patriotic occasions. Recently Presi dent Walker, In view of the Mexican situation and the probability of war be tween Mexico and tho United States, ordered the flag hoisted over all school buildings, where It was kept flying day" and night. HOTKLS Make Your Dollar Produce More inj a New York City Hotel i $2.50 $3.00 A pleasant room with private bath, j PER DAY facing large open court. : (Not one room, but one hundred of them.) j An excellent room with private . bath, facing Street, Southern ex- PER DAY 'posure. (Not one room, but eighty-seven of them.) Also attractive Room without Bath for $1.50 per day. The Restaurant prices are most moderate. Location One minute from 5 of the largest department stores. ' Five minutes' walk from 19 principal theatres. Within a block of the Fifth Ave. shopping dis trict. Every line of transportation passes the door. Fifth Avenue Bus lines and principal surface lines. The Hudson Tubes across the street. Elevated Railroad Station across the street. Subway Station three minutes away. Grand Central Station within seven minutes. Pennsylvania Railroad Station Just one block away. Tor convenience one could ask no more. The Hotel 600 ROOMS 400 BATHS EVERYTHING NEW AND MODERN. A FIVE MILLION DOLLAR HOTEL. EQUIPPED TO SATISFY THE MOST EXACTING TASTE. All Baggage Transferred Free to and from Pennsylvania Station THE HOTEL MARTINIQUE On Broadway, 32nd to 33rd Streets, New York CHARLES LEIGH TAYLOR WALTER CHANDLER, JR. WALTER C. GIBSON President General Manager Vlca-Prcsldent Going or Coming TRAVEL BY TUB HAMBURG AMERICAN LINE PARIS LONDON HAMBURG JUNE SAILINGS VATERI.AKrD...16th, 11 AM. Pree. Grant loth, 1 P.M. tPenniylvanla 25th. 12 Norm IMFERATOR. ..37th. 12 Noon JULY SAILINGS Pres. Lincoln a, 11 A.M. VATERLAND 7, 10 A.M. Xaliarln Autf. Vlo.. . .11, 1 I'M JBatavla 10, 11 AM. IWTERATOR 18, 12 Noon tPretorla 33. E P.M. Pres. Qrant 30. 10A.M Secon! Cabin only IWIH call at Roulocne. tHamburt: direct MEDITERRANEAN Gibraltar, Nuples and Genoa. S. S. Hamburg". .June 30, 3 I'.M S. B. Voltko....July 10, .1 I'M. B. B. Hamburg. . .Auk, 0. 3 P M B. S. Moltke Aur. 37, 3 P.M. TWO CHUISES IN 101 n Around the World Through the PANAMA CANAL From Now York by Cruising Steamers "Cincinnati," Jan. 16 AND "Cleveland," Jan. 31 135 EACUtVUISE $900 a"p Including all necessary expenses. Xn order to secure choice location, rooms should ba booked now. Write lor booklet. HOTKLS TRAVEL 1LTM0RE NEW YORK America's Latest and Most Refined, and New York's Centermost Hotel Only hotel occupying; an entire city block, Vandcrbllt and Madison Avenues, 43d and 44th Streets, adjoining and connected with the Grand Central Terminal, of Nov York Central Lines and New York, New Haven fle Hartford R. R. 100 ROOMS OPEN TO OUTSIDE AIR 950 WITH BATH ROOM RATES FROM $2.50 PER DAY W'rif for Utujtrotrd ialdtr and map of jinv j vrm CUSTAV BAUMANN PrtiUtnt JOHN McE. BOWMAN Vlor-msuimt TRAVEL CS-S&aa'---' v. f Your First Choice To St. Paul and Minneapolis The Chicago Great "Western is tho shortest lino from Omaha to tho Twin Cities. It has heen rebuilt, re-equipped and reorganized at a cost of 16 millions of dollars or nenrly $11, 000 per mile. Night train leaves Omaha after dinner nnd lands you in St. Paul and Minn eapolis abend of any other lino. LoAvo Omnhn 8:110 P.M. Lonvo Council Bluffs.. 8: 55 P.M. Arrive St. Paul 7:B0 A.M. Arrive Minneapolis. . . .8:05 A.M. YOL K TELEPHONE IS nANDY CALL DOUO. MO. Day train with Cafo Parlor car and coaches loaves Omaha 9:30 A. M., council, uiurrs 9:50 A. Ask P. P. nONOItDEN, O. P. St T. A., 1522 Fnrniim Street, Omaha. Phono Dour. 200. M. V Hamburg-American Line 160 W. Bandolph Bt, CMoa.ro, Hi., or local (Tints. I II WHMIIPI1 I III (Emphasize the "Great") Summer Excursion Fares Round Trip Summer Tourists Tickets on Sale Daily to Many Points in Connecticut Maine Massachusetts Michigan New Brunswick Newfoundland New Hampshire New Jersey New York Nova Scotia Ohio Ontario Prince Edward Island Quebec Vermont Virginia Circle Tours to New York City GOING via Chicago, Niagara Falls, Buffalo to Now York RETURNING, Steamer to Norfolk, thence via Washington or Cin cinnati and Chicago, or direct rail from New York GOING via Chicago, Canadian route to Montreal thenco New York. RETURNING, Steamer to Norfolk, thence via "Washington or Cin cinnati and Chicago GOING via Chicago, Detroit, Buffalo, Montreal, rail to Now York. . RETURNING, rail via Washington and Chicago Tickets for Above Tours via Differential Lines at Slightly Lower Rates. Also Attractive Variable Route Tours to Boston Direct Routes $52.50 S58.70 156.20 NEW YORK CITY, standard routes. . . .40.50 NEW YORK CITY, othor routes 43.50 BOSTON, MASS.. standard routes 40.50 BOSTON, MASS.. other routes 42. 50 ATLANTIC CITY, standard routes 40.00 ATLANTIC CITY, other routes 45.00 DETROIT, MICH 27.50 :::"8:ffl MONTREAL, dlroct rail . QUEBEC. P. Q TORONTO, ONT BUFFALO, N. Y., standard routes BUFFALO, N. Y., othor routes 33.50 BAHA1UUA Hi'KINUb, N. I ., 3,4 BAR' HARBOR, MAINE 50.5 B RETURN LIMIT 00 DAYS LIBERAL BTOPOVKRS ALLOWED SOLID STEEL ELECTRIC LIGHT ED TRAINS FOR DETAILED INFORMATION CALL, WRITE OR TELEPHONE City Ticket Office Illinois Centra! 407 So. 16th St. City Nat. Bank Bldg. Tel. Doug. 264 Visit the "Sky Lakes" of Glacier National Park Two hundred and fifty glacial lakes beds of liquid sapphire and emerald reflecting the glories of rugged peaks and the white of eternal glaciers about them are but part of the unequaled scenic splendor awaiting you in Glacier National Park Uncle Sam's newest playground in northwestern Montana. Iceberg Lake snarkles In a trranlte settine 5000 feet above sea level. Lake St. Mary drinks In the beauty of the day and the gold of the stars at a height ol.t.COO feet. Fighting, cutthroat mountain trout and weighty Dolly Vardens abound in these lakes and will test your skill and tacVle. Plan novr to spend your vacation here. You can tramp throuch the Park at $1 to 16 a day. Or you can tour on horseback, by automobile, stage and launch. A chain of chalet camps nffords comfort when touring the Park. Glacier Park Hotel has excellent accommodations for 400 persons at $3 to 13 a day. Invigorating days cool, sleep-assuring nights. Definite Expense Tours For rour convenience, the following ipecltt tours of the Park br ftutb mobile, boot, itase and liortebtck have been arranged! One Day Tour S B.28 Flv Day Tour $31.35 TAree Day Tour 21.00 Smn Day Tour 47.00 Low Round Trip Summer Tourist Fares Via Great Northern Railway, Daily Juna 1 Sept. 30. To Glacier Park or Delton In Glacier National Park Prom 8t. Paul andMlnneapolla, 133; from Dee Molnei, $40.78 To the cities of Puvet 8unl and the Pacific Prom tit Paul nnd Minneapolis, $60.00. From Den Moines, $85.68. rroportlonateljr low (area from other points Descriptive literature Freo Let us help plan rour vacation this year. Send the coupon for Walking Tour nook, Areoplane Polder and other descriptive literature free. The Walking Tour Book, benutlfullr lllnstrated, contains actual experiences of persons vrho have toured the Park on foot. Bend for rour copies today. W. II. ROMINT3, District Pnasonfior Agent Dept. 110 315 Seventh St. Dos Molncs, Iowa r...-r.in - I.LrMU.m.1 ,K ISIS W. X. Bomtne, District Passenger Agent, aio seraatn at see aaomes, lows. Send me Walking Tour Book, Aeroplane Fol der and other descripUve literature on Glacier National Park free. Iui , Name Address City IMA D. W IDEAL LAKE RESORTS Wisconsin nnd Michigan offor sovornl thousand lakes that aro ideal Summer Tlosorts. There you can fish, batho, sail and enjoy a dozen other forms of outdoor sports. These resorts are most convoniontly reached by tho CHICAGO MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY In Wisconsin aro Star Lake, Trout Lalco, Mlnocqua, Tomahawk, Oconomowoc, Dclavun Lake. Elkhart Lako, Madison, Lake Gen ova and ttovoral h nnd rod other attractive resorts. In tho upper Poninsula of Michigan aro Marquotto, Houghton, Iron Mountain and many other delightful places. Some of tho low round trip fares In effect now are as follows: Klkhart Lako 822.150 Star Lake 928.00 .Mlnocqua $22.00 Tomahawk $21.70 Oconomowoc $10.70 FonUuia Q20.BO MUwaukce .. . . $20.80 Marquette $30.00 Iron Mountain $20.10 Fox Lnke $21.10 Descrlptlvo literature and complete Information as to train sor vlco, ratos, etc., at OITY TICKET OFFICE, 1317 Farnam St. Omaha, Neb. W. E. Bock, City Passenger Agent CANADA Theo&Sind8 Only $15.95 ffA From Chicago mm TO $21.60 FOR THE ROUND TRIP. Qet out of your own country for awhile; crow tho border; leave the good old United States behind; enjoy a complete change of manners, customs, scones and climate. Qo up into the Highlands of Ontario which comprise the noted Muskoka Lakes, Algonquin Park, French Rlvcr.Ocorglan 13y,Tlmgaral, and Lake ot Hays. Only a day's Jour ney Irom Chicago. Send Ma Your Name and Address) I want to send Free, of Cost, our comprehensive, Illustrated fulde-b Temperature cooler than even Chicago and an atmosphere far more brae Inc because of the pine forests and clear cold streams. Fish, hunt or Idle In "quiet amid primitive simplicity, yet under llvlne; conditions which are made comfortable, yee even luxurious, by the comprehensive resort system provided by the Qrand Trunk Ra(lway. TarthereutoIthelltahUnde of Ontario alio rttaoaed direct by the Onaa Tru&k tou. ble track, are Montreal (Bt. Lavrenoa Him en rout.). Quebeo. Portland, bo tea, old ure&.M ueacn.anaNe London, uoan. wnile ler an inexpensive eireie four orqirect w York, Atlantis Oljr, Niagara ralta OB althjir are New York, Atlantis Oljr, Niagara and the Attaailo eea-shora.