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THE SEMI.WEEKLV TRIBUNE. NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
t ARRIVEAT N. Y.
Men of Famous Rainbow Division
Formed Largest Part of
LEVIATHAN BRINGS 12,050
"Yanks Welcomed by Committees,
FrlendB and Relatives From Every
Part of Union 149th and
150th Among Arrivals.
xnow lork, April 20. Tho ginnt
troopship Lovlathnn. with 12.000 sol-
idler passengers, missed n mine by only
180 feet whllo off tho Grand Bunks of
Newfoundland Tuesday morning, her
omcers reported when sho docked here.
New York, April 2G. All records for
the greatest number of troops to re
turn from Frnuco In ono day were
broken here. IPour transports uud two
battleships brought homo a total of
22.073 olllccrs and men.
The giant Leviathan, bringing 12,050
troops, Including tho 140th and 150th
Held artillery, 42nd division hcadquar
tors, 84th Infantry brigade headquar
ters, 100th Infantry, 117th train head
quarters, 42nd division military police
company, 42nd division headquarters
troops, 108th infantry and scattered
casual companies and convalescent de
tachments docked before sundown.
Men of the famous Rainbow dfrlslon,
the 42nd, formed tho largest part of tho
returning troops. They were welcomed
by committees nnd friends and rela
tives from every part of the Union.
Thero had not been an American
division in France that excelled whnt
the Italnbow had done. From Novem
ber 1. 1017, the date of Its arrival nt
St. Nnznlre, until December 10, 1018,
when, as n part of the American army
of occupation, it took 'a position in
Ahrwelter, Germany, It had been
Identified at 45 stations throughout
Franco and Belgium.
The division was cited 10 times, by
the French nnd six times by the Amer
ican commanders under whom it
Members of the division hnVe re
ceived two medals of honor, 250 dis
tinguished service crosses, two dis
tinguished service medals, 175 eroix
Ie guerre, 10 legions of honor, flvo
inednilles mllltnlrcs and 10 Belgian
In killed, wounded nnd missing tho
division lost 430 ofllcers and 13,485
men, Its greatest casualty list follow
ing the Atsne-Mnrne offensive July 24
to August 0, Inst year, which cost 184
officers and 5,400 men.
Tho transports Mt. Vernon, Prlnz
.Frcderich Wllhelm nnd Touraine ar
rived down the bay enrly in the morn
ing, and were surrounded by small
craft bearing welcoming committees as
they drew up toward quarantine. Brig.
Gen. Robert Alexander, who command
ed tho 72nd division In the final stages
Df tho war, was aboard the Mt. Vernon
which carried 4,804 ofllcers and men
from the New York division.
Tho Touraine brought 889 casuals
nnd tho Prlnz Fredorlch Wllhelm 1.CG0
troops, Including medical detachments.
Aboard tho battleship North Carolina
were 1,503 men, Including the 167th
Infantry, headquarters and supply com
panies and other small units. Tho bat
tleship Montnna moved up the bnrbor
before noon with 1,508 men, consisting
r( tho 83rd lnfnntry brigade, headquar
ters, the 107th Infantry machine gun
company, medical detachment, 2nd nnd
3rd battalion hendqunrters, companies
E, F, G. II, I and K, 58 ofllcers and
1,407 enlisted men.
TO DEVELOP AIR SERVICE
Government Seeks Men for Work In
Various Departments of That
Washington, April 24. Cnpt.
'Charles J. Glidden, an officer In tho
United States air service, military
"All men who wish to tnke part In
the development of the nation's air
service as an aviator or dlriglblo bal
loon pilot, chauffeur, mrchnnlc or
work nt some thirty other trades re
quired In the nlr service by sending
their nnmo nnd address Immediately
to the department nlr service olllcer,
104 Brond street, New York, will re
ceive an Important communication on
WOMEN GET LAITY, RIGHTS
Methodist Episcopal Church (South)
Extends Privileges to the
Nashville, Tenn., April 28. Laity
rights for women hove been voted by
tho conference of the Methodist Epis
copal (South) church. The vote an
nounced was 4,229 to 409, n substantial
majority over tho required three
Ohio Bank Robbed.
Upper Sandusky, 0 April 20. Rob
bers entered tho Ilarpster bank of
ITarpster, near here, nnd escaped with
moro thnn $100,000 In Liberty bonds.
Other valuables were taken from safety
Dig Backing for Wilson.
London, April 20. Incompnrnbly the
strongest support given to President
Wilson's nppeal to Italy In the British
press, Is that contnlnod In the first
leading nrtlcle In the Times. This ar
ticle wains Italy.
THE STORM CENTER
Fiume lies on the eastern sldo of tho watershed of the Alps mountains.
It Is reached from the sen by long tortuous channels among tho Istrlnn
islands. The population of tho city Is said to be about 70 per cent Italian
and 30 per cent Slavic, although this Is disputed In some quarters.
The land on tho western side of the mountains, Indicated by a tint on
the mnp, was awarded to Italy by tho treaty of London. The Italians claim
Flume as well ns a part of Italia Irredenta, or unredeemed Italy, but Presi
dent Wilson opposes these claims, either to this land or to Flume, saying
that the Croat nation must have a seaport.
FOES PUT TO FLIGHT
HUNGARIAN COMMUNIST ARMY
SURRENDERS TO ROUMANIANS.
French Troops Aid Czecho-Slovaks In
Capture of Komorn on
Berne. Anril 20. Part of the Hun
garian communist army facing the
Roumnnlnns southeast of Budapest has
surrendered nnd tho rest Is In flight,
according to a Roumnnlan official
statement received here.
West of Budnncst the Czecho-Slo-
vaks have occupied Komorn, on tho
Dnnube, and Rnab (Gyor).
French troons are snld to ne aia-
Ing the Roumnnlnns In their advance
In enstern Hungary, according to ad
vices received here jfrom Vienna.
The Roumanian burenu nere issueu
n stntement saving that nfter tho visit
of General Franchet d'Esprey to Buda
pest recently, Roumanian troops wero
ordered to again tnke the offensive
against Hungnry, which had been sus
pended during' the stay of Gen. Chris
tian Jan Smuts nt Budapest.
It Is said the order provoked great
enthusiasm, nnd thnt 'a number of
Saxon ofllcers and troops from
Transylvnnln Joined the Roumnnlnn
nrmy, which In n rapid march beyond
the old lino of demnrkntlon occupied
Grosswardeln, capital of tho province
of Bihar. Hungarian Red Guards ilea
from the city In disorder and large
quantities of booty were captured by
Geneva. Switzerland. April 28.
Czecho-Slovaks have attacked the city
of Woltzen, 20 miles northeast of Bud
apest, which Is expected to fall soon.
French troops are said to be aiding the
Roumnnlnns In their advance In east
ern Hungnry, nccordlng to advices re
ceived here from Vienna.
As tho Roumnnlnns advance thou
sands of neonle nre leaving Budapest
on foot and cnrrylng their bnggage,
as thero are no trains or vehicles, nc
cordlng to n statement by the Rou
manian bureau nt Berne. Flvo thou
sand women at Budapest havo met
nud protested against the sovlot gov
ernment and bolshevlsm.
NEWS FROM FAR
Cairo, April 20. Tho Egyptian cabi
net haB resigned.
Paris, April 20. Camlllo Erlnnger,
music composer, died here.
Copenhagen, April 20. Tho govern
ment has declared a state of slego
throughout Saxony, snld n Berlin dls
patch to tho Polltlkcn.
Washington, April 25. Removal by
the Interallied economic council of nil
ration limitations on exports to tho
northern neutral countries, excepting
llnlshed munitions of war, was an
nounced by the, war trade board. Tho
suspension of limitations becomes ef
fective nt once.
Fire Destroys Six Warehouses.
Oxford Aln., April 28. Six ware
houses on tho Southern railway right
of way were totally destroyed by Are.
Tho warehouses contained cottonseed,
building material and cement. Tho
.origin of the fire is not known.
Maniac Kills Two; Wounds Two.
Stlglcr, Okln. April 28. Running
amuck, T. C. Cobb, n fanner, eighty
Ave, killed two persons, ono of whom
was his son, shot his wife and daugh-tor-ln-lnw
nnd then committed sui
cide nt his home at Garland.
O 0 to
REDS ARE DEFEATED
COSSACKS TAKE 8EVERAL VIL
LAGES IN NEW OFFENSIVE.
Latest Drive Is Apparently Mado In
Conjunction. With Admiral Kol
London, April 24. Ural Cossack
troops, acting In conjunction with tho
Siberian forces of Admiral Kolchnk,
hnvo begun an offensive In the region
of Uralsk, in southeastern Russia.
A Russian wireless official statement
under date of April 22. admitting the
progress of tho Ural Cossncks, says
that farther north tho bolshevlkl havo
carried, out further retirements 'lowing
to enemy pressure."
Thirty-five miles southwest of
Uralsk, fighting Is taking place be
tween the Cossacks nnd tho bolshevlkl
for the possession of tho fortress of
Largo quantities of mnterlnl wero
nbnndoned by tho bolshevlkl when
they were driven out of Bolshlo Ozer
kl recently, according to tho report of
Maj. Gen. Edmond Ironside, British
commander in chief of tho Archnngel
front, regarding tho operntion. His
"We captured two fleld guns, 1,000
rounds of thrc-Inch ammunition nnd
prisoners. Tho spirit of tho troops
taking pnrt was excellent and they
hnvo done exceedingly well."
BANKS IN BIG TRADE MOVE
Mississippi Valley Congress Meeting
In Chicago Urges Action to
Boost Foreign Commerce.
Chicago, April 24. Formation of n
giant banking corporation, with lmnrt.
quarters In Chicago to handle the
roreign credits, discounts nnd clear
ances of all tho banks nnd imliiRtrini
concerns of the middle West wns
planned nt n congress of bankers of
tho Mississippi valley here. The
meeting of the bankers Is preliminary
to tho convention of tho Mlssisnlnni
Valley association, which opened here
with 500 delegntes In nttendnnce. Ono
of the chief objects of tho projected
bank is to contrnlizo In the mlddlo
West the foreign exchange business,
which now must bo hnndled through
banks In New York nnd Boston.
YANKS IN GERMANY HUNGRY
American Civilians In Various Parts
of Country In Serious Straits
Army to Act.
Coblcnz, April 28. A number of
American civilians In vnrlous parts of
occupied Germany are In serious
straits beenmso of tho food situation,
nnd efforts nre being made to reach
them with supplies as soon ns possi
ble. Among thoso who havo request
ed tho civil affairs officers of tho Thtnl
urmy to take some action toward the
roller or tlio Americans In question
are several members of congress who
liuvo been in Coblenss recently.
Italian Army In Flume.
Paris. April 28. An Amerlcnn offi
cer who left Flunio three dnys ago,
and who has Just nrrlved In Paris, says
It was reported there that n totul of
fourteen divisions had been moved to
Flume by tho Italians.
Kansas City Bank Is Robbed.
Knnsns City, Mo., April 28. Tho In
tercity bank, on tho- stnto lino between
Knnsns City, Mo., ,nnd Kansas City,
Knn., wns robbed hi- four men who es
caped In a motorcAr with nn amount
estimated nt $11,000.
RETURNS TO ROME
Leaves Paris After Conference
With Big Four; Baron
LLOYD GEORGE IS ACTIVE
British Premier Tries to Avert Break
With Rome Orlando In Statement
Assails Wilson "Treats Us
as Foe," He Says.
Washington, April 20. Secretary
Tumulty In n statement Issued nt tho
White House snld a cnblcgram had
been received from President Wilson
In Pnrls "giving positive nnd unquali
fied denial" to reports thnt "the presi
dent had entered into a secret nlllnnce
or treaty with somo of tho great pow
ers." Pnrls. April 20. Premier Orlando
nnd Slgnor Bnrzllnl left for Rome
Thursday night. Thin was announced
after Premier Orlando's conference
with tho other members of tho coun
cil of four, nt which, nccordlng to the
Italian premier, only questions of
principle, nnd not territorial questions,
This Is explained ns meaning thnt
tho discussions centered on tho ques
tion of prestige Involved In the publi
cation of President Wilson's stntement
und that no effort Una mndo to reach
n settlement, on n territorial basis.
The conference lasted two hours.
Baron Sonnino, tho foreign minister,
nnd the other Itnllnn delegntes nnd
representatives will remain In Pnrls
Premier Lloyd George arranged dur
ing the afternoon for President Wilson
nnd Premier Clemcncenu to meet Pre
It Is pointetd out thnt tho stuteracnt
Issued by Premier Orlnndo says noth
ing of tho Intention of the Itnllnns to
Lqult the pqneo conference. It merely
rWntes Italy's caso concerning Flume
and the Dnlmntinn coast and does not
appear In the' form of nn ultimatum.
The premier says ho hns never de
nied that tho pact of London did not
npply to Flume, but tho Itnllnn clnlm
was based on tho principles of Presi
dent Wilson's 14 points.
Following is, the text of Premier Or
"Yesterdny, while the ItallRn dele
gation was discussing counter-propositions
which had been received from
tho British prime minister nnd which
had for their aim the conciliation of
contradictory tendencies which wero
manifest concerning Itnllnn territorial
aspirations, tho Paris newspnpers pub
lished a message from the president ot
tho United States In which he ex
pressed his own thought on one of the
grnvest problems which hns been sub
mitted to the Judgment of the confer
ence. "Tho practice of addressing nations
directly constitutes surely an Innova
tion In Internntlonnl relations, I do
noc wish to complnln, but I wish to
record It ns n precedent, so that at my
own time I mny follow It, lnnsmuch ns
(his new custom doubtless constitutes
tho granting to nntlons of larger par
ticipation in Internntlonnl questions,
nnd, personally, I have nlwnys been
of the opinion thnt such participation
was the hnrblnger of a new order of
"Nevertheless, if theso appeals nro
to bo considered ns addresses to nn
tlons outside of the governments which
rcpreseut them (I might sny even
against tho governments) I should feel
deep regret In recalling thnt this proc
ess, heretofore applied to enemy gov
eraments, Is today npplled for the first
time to n government which bus been
nnd Intends to remnln n loyal ally of
the great American republic, namely,
to tho Italian government."
Premier Orlundo says that he might
complnln that such n messago ad
dressed to the Italian nation hnd boon
published at tho very moment when
tho allied and nssoclnled powers were
negotiating with tho Italian gov
ernment, tho help of which had been
sought nnd appreciated In numerous
si rlous questions heretofore discussed
In Intlmnte nnd complete solidarity.
"Abovo all." ho continues, "I should
hnvo the right to complnln If the dec
larations of the presldentlnl message
Imve the purposo to oppose tho Itnllnn
people to the Italian government, be
muse It would misconstrue nnd deny
the high degree of civilization which
the Italian pcoplo hns attained and
Its democratic and liberal regime, and
I Hhould be forced to protest strongly
against suppositions unjustly offen
slve to my country."
France Passes Eight-Hour Law..
Paris, Aug. 20. The French senate
passed tho eight-hour tabor bill, which
now becomes n law.
Flu Kills Millions In India.
London, April 28. Almost flvo mil
lion persons hnvo died In British India
from Spanish Influenza, and fully u
million others nro believed to havo
died In tho natlvo states from tho
Turn Down Fare Increase.
Chicago, April 28. Tho Chicago
surface lines wiuv denied nn Increase
to 7-ccnt faro by tho Illinois public
utilities commission. Commissioner
P. J. Lucoy returned n dissenting opinion.
FROM ALL SECTIONS OF
THIS MAJESTIC STATE
Reports of Interesting Happenings
Throughout Nebraska Condensed
to a Few Lines for Quick
The Nebraska supremo court ap
pointed a committee composed of Con
gressmnn A. C. Shnllenberger of Almn,
Victor Rosewnter of Omaha, ex-Stato
Senator Chnrles E. Saudall of York,
Jefferson IL Brondy of Lincoln and
Professor John P. Sennlng of tho dc
pnrtmcnt of political science, Unlver
slty of Nebraska, to make tho pre
liminary survey prior to tho meeting
of the constitutional convention nt
Lincoln. Each member will draw a
salary of $1,200 n year, with traveling
expenses, nnd thoir duties will bo to
lnvestlgnto tho constitutions of other
dates and prepnre n report of their
findings to the constitutional conven
tion, when It convenes next December.
An effort Is being mado by the
World War Veterans' organization of
Humboldt, which has Just received n
state charter, to organlzo all roturned
6oldIer In Nebraska ns rapidly as
possible, so that a state encampment
mny he held at nn enrly date. Appli
cations for charters will be furnished
by addressing C. M. Hecht, state grand
adjutant, at Humholdt.
Miss Mny Pershing of Lincoln, sister
of General John J. Pershing, will act
ns sponsor In christening a vessel of
the merchant marine at Mobile, Ala.,
which will he named after tho city of
Lincoln ns a roward for the city's
response In the fourth Liberty loan
Govornor McKcIvIc hns plncctl his
ofllctal signature on the "code hill"
passed by tho legislature. So many re
quests hnvo been received for copies
of the bill thnt the preparations of It
In printed form Is being rushed. It will
be ready for distribution In ubout
Of the r22 stndents, graduates nnd
fnculty members of the- Nebraska Uni
versity Agricultural College nt Lin
coln who entered the army, twenty-four
wero killed or died In tho war. Sta
tistics havo not been completed on tho
number of wounded'. j
Judge Pemberton of tho district
court at Bentrice overruled a motion
for a new trial In the caso against
John Gerdes of thnt city, a wealthy
retired Gcrmnn, who was found guilty
Eome time ago of sedition.
The Methodist Sunday school at
Aurora took nn Easter offering to
purchnse a Victory liberty bond for
the endowment of tho Huntington
chnlr of religion in tho Nebraska Wes-
At n mass meeting of farmers at
UlyBses resolutions were adopted nnd
copies sent our representatives nt
Washington requesting the repeal of
the daylight saving law, passed by our
One thousand dollars was the prlco
paid for the llrst sack of cement made
under the wet procesa by tho Ne
braska Cement company nt Superior.
It was bought by Wisconsin parties.
Nebraska leads all tho states In tho
union In the production of alfalfa.
The state's production Inst year was
1 ,5811,720 tons. Colorado wns second
with l,407,!$.'t0 tons.
Ed Frodenberg of Mndlson sold"1 n
load of hogs at South Omaha for
$20.70 per hundred pounds Inst Thurs
day, smashing all prlco records up to
At a special election nt Hartlngton
voters of tho city approved the plan
of selling $25,000 worth of bonds for
the purposo of erecting n city hall nnd
Tho vacant spneo In the court
house square at Elwood, Which was
used last year for n war garden, Is
being used this spring for garden pur
poses. Ail of York county nnd people from
surrounding counties nre Invited to
York by tho Commercial Club of the
city to celebrate July 4.
A wind storm, with nil tho oar marks
of u tornado, swept the district south
west of Ellsworth, causing damage es
timated at $1,000.
A new Catholic church Is under con
struction at Colon, Snundera county,
which is to cost about $20,000 when
Tho "old" time hns been re-adnptcd
nnd all time- pieces wero turned back
nn hour at Sargent.
North Bend's city council hns ap
proved seven blocks of city paving to
be done this summer.
Osceola In laying plans for tho or
ganization of a fast amateur baseball
team this season.
Harmon Bross, assistant adjutant
general Is putting In much of his time
nt stuto headquarters of the Grand
Army of the Republic at Lincoln, pre
paring for tho state encampment
which will he held nt York, May 10,
20 and 21.
Platte Center, this stnto. tho first
town In the Tenth federal reserve dis
trict to reach Ub quota In tho Victory
Liberty loan drive, Is going to print
In pamphlet form the names nnd
amounts of subscriptions of ovory
person who buys a Victory bond.
The BrnndelB Interests at Omaha
are making preparations to construct
n twenty-story building near their
present site In the city.
Suits for damages totaling $40,110.40
ngalnst Cedar and Dixon conation,
brought by relatives of Frank Brlonzo
und Mabel Maco Beavers, both of
South Sioux City, who wero drowned
when the enr In which they wore rid
ing went owr a high embankment
Into the Missouri river on the county
lino road between tho two counties,
will bo tiled heforo the district court
at Pender, now lu suasion,
Tho comer Mono of tho now build
ing of tho University of Nebraska, de
partment of animal imthology and hy
giene, nt Lincoln, was laid Inst week.
This building Is tho first of three to
be constructed on the university farm
campus Tor experimental nnd research
work In animal pathology nnd hygiene.
Tho cost of the plant complete will bo
It has become known nrottnd tho
state house nt Lincoln that Llcutennut
Governor Barrows In considering en
try In tho race for nntlonal com-mnndcr-ln-chlef
of tho Sons of Veter
ans, allied with the G. A. R. Action
on a candidate for the post will be
taken at the G. A. R. convention In
York, Mny 10 to 21.
Governor McKolvIo Issued n wnrn
Ing to Nebraskn druggists thnt If. they
sell extracts, bitters or tonics too
often to tho samo man, thoy will be
prosecuted for violating tho stnto pro
hibition law. "Complaints nro vory
numerous thnt these preparations aro
used for hovorage purposes," his state
Only "high test" gnsollno may now
bo sold In Nebraska, under tho amend
ed oil Inspection law pnssed by tho
state legislature, snys Food Commis
sioner Leo Stuhr. The law became ef
fective when tho bill wns signed. This
Is the grade for which many dealers
hnvo been charging a premium, ho
A movement Is on foot by promoters
of tho Amerlcnn Legion, nn organiza
tion composed of rcturnod soldiers,
sailors nnd marines of Nebraska, to
hold a state convention some time In
the near future at Lincoln. It Is de
sired that ovory county In the stnto
be represented nt tho convention.
As Lleutennnt Errol Bnhl, univer
sity student, from Humholdt, wns
about to take tho nlr In tho maldon
flight of n new $10,000 airplane nt
Lincoln, tho machine burst Into
flame nnd wns consumed to cinders
In a flash. Lieutenant Bnhl nscaped
Over 400 experienced farm hands
nre needed Immediately In Nebraska
for yenr-round work, and 20,000 ten);
porary harvest hands will he needed
by tho Inst of June, according to L. O.
Crnndnll, In charge of tho federal em
ployment bureau for Nebraska.
Officers of the Dawson County
State bank of Lexington have pur
chased tho stock of the First National
bank of the city. Tho pnsslng of the
First National closes tho last national
bank In Dawson county.
Reports from regions of Germany
occupied by American troops Indicate
thnt tho 80th division, which Includes
many Nebraskn boys, will start for tho
U. S. A. before long.
City police nnd stato liquor agents
will hnvo to round up bootleggers in
Douglns county hereafter, as the, re
sult of action taken by tho county
commissioners calling oft all county
Secretary Dnnlclson of the State
Bonrd of Agriculture is working oa
(plans for tho new woman's building
and now sheep barn to bo erected on
tho stnte fair grounds ut Lincoln this
Fifty business men of Sownrd havo
pledged themselves to stand behind
the venture of an artificial Ico plant
to be opened by tho Soward Creamery.
Three lots have been purchased and n
building will be erected.
Ono hundred and fifty memfiers of
boys' and girls' garden clubs of Ne
braskn aro expected to attend tho
Junior farmer week exercises at tho
Stato Farm, near Lincoln, May 20
Rev. Lowelllng nnd wife of Western,
recently celebrated their slxty-tlfth
wedding nnniversary. Thoy aro be
lieved to be the oldest couple In Ne
braska. Every town In Dwlgo county oxcept
Fremont, hns abandoned thov govern
ment time schedule, and Indications
aro that Fremont will eventually fall
A largo number of western Nebraska
towns nro now running on Standurd
time. Railroads and postofllces uro
following the daylight saving sched
ule. Citizens of Holbrook asked tho
State Railway Commission to have tho
Burlington replace the oil lamps In
tho depot thero With up-to-date light
The business men of Plnlnvlew
agreed by petition to resume the old
system or keeping tlmo, und nil clocks
In tho city have been turned hack.
The state labpr commissioner nt
Lincoln Is snld to bo almost swamped
with requests for farm help from over
A largo number of Nebraskans wero
among tho 12,000 soldiers who landed
In this county Euster Sundny. '
Tho recent meeting of tho south
western Nebraska teachers' associa
tion held at Holdrege, was tho largest
sectional association ever held In Ne
braska. McCook was chosen ns tho
place for holding the meeting next
Nebraska Is the ninth stnto In the
union to enact a law providing' for
tho organization oft pergonal credit
unions. Tho law In this stnto will be
administered through the department
of trade and commerce, under the civ
il codo administrative law.
A thousand-bird poultry plant has
been added to the University of Ne
braska experimental sub-station at
North Platte. Tho purpose Is to ex
periment with poultry under central
nud western Nebraska conditions.
Figures compiled by the Omaha
Chambor of Commorce, show that Ne
braskn stands fifth in the number of
hogs. Taking the yenrti 1010-1010, In
clusive, tho number of hogs raised in
this stnto annually has been 11,022,000.
.Iowa lends with 8,9511,000, and then
comes Illinois, Missouri, Indiana and
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