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TUB OMAHA DAILY UTIEi SUNDAY. APRIL 2". HW2.
ELLIOTT IS. STILL CHAMPION w
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14 13 U 15 J"11 IS 19 11 1-1SS
13 14 1 14 2i' 15 li lit 15 17 lwl
15 14 It 1 Z 13 13 2" 15 1 15
15 li IS 15 19 If. 15 X 14 18 ltil
11 IS 1.1 16 11 ...
GENERAL AVERAGE IS GOOD
Xad.ru City Man ProTei Too Much for 1
KILLS NINETY-SEVEN BIRDS IN HUNDRED
IhHn Uotlllfb Win Hi 1,1 Bird
Match with Walter Kkrnnrll
1nfaTorablr Weather for
tn the windstorm which drove the sands
Cf the Missouri river Into the faces and
tsr of the shooters and spectators, In a
temperature which made winter 6vercoatt
Acceptable, J. A. R. Elliott succeasfully de
fended his claim to the championship of
America at the live bird traps from tbe on
slaught of William Crosby of OFallon. 111.,
who had challenged him to the content for
1100 a side. To say that the result of the
shoot surprised all of the people who
thought they knew something of the rela
tive ability of the shooters would hardly be
fair to the men who back "Um" Elliott
through thick and thin, but that the major,
lty of the men who were assembled at the
Omaha Gun club grounds to witness the
vent were surprised Is certain. AcVnowl
6 flu the ability of the man from Kansas
City, they believed that in case of a high
wind the shooter from Illinois would have
thins In his favor and when the promised
blow we fulfilled the friends of Crosby
were almost certain of his success. The
wind was really In favor of Elliott, as it
blew ao strong aa to make the birds seek
cover and a large number of the birds
trapped bad to be flushed by balla thrown
at them after their release. The birds un
der ordinary circumstances could not be
called difficult, but when a brown pigeon
would melt Into oblivion and bury Itself In
the blowing sand before It reached the lim
its of tbe grounds almost any kind of a
bird would be considered one of more than
Large Crowd Present.
A comparatively large crowd of people
from Omaha and Council Bluffs were a
embled at the grounds to witness tne con
test, which started at 2 o'clock, after hav
ing been announced for 2:30 the day berore.
Crosby was the first man at the traps and
caught an easy bird which waa bowled over
with the second barrel. From that time
until the sixteenth bird waa trapped it was
an even break between the men, both of
whom were shooting in excellent form. The
sixteenth bird at which Elliott shot was
awlft and got away from the traps so fast
that It was still going when the second bar
rel of the gun was empty and the Crosby
backers were elated. Crosby's eighteenth
bird came out In a gust of wind which al
most concealed It from view and the score
was even with a mlas apiece.
Both men shot perfectly on the second
bunch of twenty-five birds served them.
Crosby's second mUa took place on his fifty-seventh
bird, which was a swift one
that flew low. His sixtieth bird had power
to croaa the fence before it dropped dead,
and the sixtieth bird of Elliott Joined It at
almost the same point. From that time
every one of Elliott's birds died aa they
should, although one or two of them were
doubtful casea until retrieved.
Croaby missetL his eightieth bird, his
ninetieth, bis ninety-seventh and ninety
ninth, all of which were comparatively
easy birds, and IB every case the loss wsa
due to the state of the wind and dust,
which almost concealed tbe birds. At times
the wind waa so strong that the guns were
out of the control of the men, but It was
Dot as bad In this race aa in the one which
One of the prettleat races ever aeen on
the Omaha dun club grounds waa the fifty
bird contest between Walter Bhemwell of
Colorado Springs and Chrla Gottlieb of
Kanaaa City. This shoot waa arranged
Thursday for ISO a side, and although It
closed at the end of the forty-sixth round
on account of the lack of birds, those who
braved the elements and remained were
given an exhibition of bird shooting seldom
equaled by amateurs. Gottlieb waa in ex
cellent form and the first bunch of twenty
five birds went down without a miss.
The wind was constantly growing stranger
and the birds were difficult to flush. At
the beginning of the tenth round the rain
began to fall and the race was closed In a
driving rain, which made It almost Impos
sible to mark the course of the birds upon
leaving the traps. The birds refused to
respond to the balls in many cases
and many were released without
affording a target. Bhemwell lost hi
sixth, seventeenth, thirty-third and thirty-
seventh birds. Gottlieg lost his thirty
sixth and forty-first birds, winning by a
score of 44 to 42.
High Scores In State Rveat
Tbe close or tbe stats shoot waa re
markable for the high scores made. In spite
of the high wind of the morning. On ac
count of the live bird shoots in the after
noon the target program waa opened at 9
o'clock and there was no Intermission un
in it waa completed. Fred oilbert, as
usual, made the high score, followed by
Crosby, Garrett, Wettleaf and Htrsrhy In
the order named, with scores of 166, 164.
IDS and 160, respectively. For the first
time in the tournament first money waa
divided between two men In a twenty-bird
vent, Garrett and Roberts tying In (ho
third event of the day.
Following is the score In the state event:
15 15 20 15 20 16 15 30 15 30
Loorola 1H 11 14 U 14 11 11 15 10 14 12'".
Hclhl 14 14 IS 13 18 14 14 16 1J l-15i
Gilbert 15 15 19 15 20 l.i 15 IS 13 1 ltW
bumald 15 13 IT IS ?) 13 1! 16 12 lit lol
Kimball 14 14 1H 13 IS 11 14 li 12 lit UK
Fanning 14 14 IS 15 1 15 14 IS II 1.-1.-6
Hurmelnter 14 12 15 11 is 12 11 1 11 14 133
Mi l lonald I" 14 16 11 lit 12 13 15 14 16140
Durke 11 II 16 14 16 11 15 17 14 16-1-.3
Hob.rts 11 11 2 12 17 14 11 19 9 13132
V Miller 10 12 19 13 15 I" 12 19 11 14 117
nn 14 12 17 15 16 11 ; 17 13 16 134
Carter 1 1" 14 13 3 12 13 19 12 12145
Monre l.i 11 16 15 16 In 14 19 11 1 140
P-vlf-rn 10 10 15 11 19 14 13 17 10 16147
WiBKin 14 15 IS 11 16 15 13 1 13 15-144
Warren 12 9 15 12 16 13 13 13 12 19-134
Thurston 11 lo ...
Kdwnrds 1114 19 14 1615 ...
Ulmlmark 19 12 ...
Hafer 13 13 ...
Captain Money 13 16 10 16...
The score In the Crosby-Elliott match for
the American championship 100 live birds:
Score In the Shemwell-Gottlleb contest
forty-six live birds:
Bhemwell.. 2222 fi22 2222 2222 0122 11221
1122 2110 22.it 1221 2122 2 42
Oottlkb.... 2222 2122 2222 2122 1122 22122
2112 2211 1220 1221 0122 2 44
NATIONALS KEEPTHE SECRET
Decline to ilve Oat Plans for Fight
NEW YORK. April 2. The National
league executive committee completed Its
first regular sesMon at the Fifth Avenue
notel tonight. The member declined to
make public their plan for conducting the
ngni again! me American league, out that
a definite Dlan nf action hna hwn ArirmrM
and that it will be thoroughly carried out
me committee leit no room to ooubt.
i nere is no use in denying that we
wert over the matter thoroughly," said
James A. Hart today, "but to make public
what the outcome has been would be fur
nishing our enemies with our ammunl
Mr. Hart admitted, however, that the
National league would follow up the vic
tory gained in the Pennsylvania supreme
court In the Lajolr case.
How much of a fund has been raised by
the league to conduct Its Hunt could not be
learned, i nis runil whs originally placed
at lliio.ooo, each rlub agreeing to Klve 112.500.
Charles 11. Powers of Pittsburg was
chosen as the fifth umpire on the staff
The following- Instructions were Issued to
"t'mplres must announce at the beginning
ui -t:u Runic? iiir nuniea oi me naileries
ana tne umpire. ir changes are made Uur
ing me KHme tne umpire must nt once an
nounce tne same to tne spectators.
WEEKLY CLKAHI.G 1IOISI2 TABLE,
Afgreaat of Dullness Transacted by
the Associated Banks.
NEW YORK. April 26. The following
table, oomplled by JJradstreet, shows the
Dank ClearitlUB at th nrlnflmil ..fl0 lni
the week ending April 24, with the precen-
i increase ana decrease us compared
mm wig corresponuing week last year;
...10 14 15 15 17 14 13 19 12 14141
..10 13 15 14 IS 11 14 2 14 1H 14.4
..12 13 IS 14 is 15 14 19 14 20147
..12 14 17 12 IS 15 11 11 14 17-141
.. 9 14 IS 16 19 14 15 15 14 13146
..II II II II 1 14 14 IS 15 17161
.. 10 16 13 1 11 11 11 ( 114
13 II 13 14 17 14 14 17 13 3ll 1-J
10 14 19 16 19 15 14 19 14 15152
10 10 11 6 11 1 11 lit 14 14-116
14 IS 19 11 18 IS 13 19 12 19156
14 14 19 14 19 16 14 I S 1! 19 11
12 15 16 12 17 12 14 16 11 17-144
14 10 18 10 14 14 13 IS 15 19145
14 14 17 12 17 12 14 17 15 is lio
14 15 20 15 IS 15 15 20 12 19KI
II 14 1 li 16 15 12 19 19 1S-100
San Frii ulsco
Salt I-ake City
Fort Worth ,
TotaK I. 8.
20 9 ....
21. 404.. 6 1
Is. 2.(11. 424
6 626 2X)
2,6.(2. Ji -4.
1. 949.22-11 37.1
1, 430.6H7 1 .
24 4 .
27 .6 .
( 12 ') .
73 8 ...
detail Losari at Some Points Offset bj
GRAIN DAMAGE REPORTS EXAGGERATED
(Innmy Plctare Drawn for Rprcnla-
tlve Parpoaes, Althoaah Prospects
for Fall Yield less Bright
Tbaa a Week Ago.
4 6 .
Outelile New tork... YW.oM.tK!
Vancouver, B. C...
St. John, N. B
Victoria. U. C
21 5T2 ?51'
" 4 ..
Totala, Canada I 5.1,499.12
Not lnclud-d In totals berauae contain
ing other Items than clearings.
Not included In totals because of no
comparison for last year.
NEW YORK. April 26. R. O. Dun 4 Co.'s
Review of Trade says:
Variable weather produced fluctuations In
prices and effect differently, according to
lieiall distribution of merchandise r.as
maintained a good average, losses at some
points being offeet by gains elsewhere.
Manuiacturing plants are well empiuyeu.
except where wage disputes interrupt.
l unec ana sugar Mm nea low rrcora
price, but the average of commodities advanced.
Transporting Interests maintain their
wonderful record, railroad earnings thus
far reported for April exceeding last year's
by 6.2 per cent and those of liMJ by 15 3
Most large consumers of pig Iron have
nrnvliifd for their nppda well UD to the end
of the year and consequently there is little
change to report in the situation.
Wool moves hiowiv ann in some insiancrs
prices are shaded, but as a rule holders in
sist on fall figures.
Footwear hIioiih at the east have few new
orders and shipments from Boston continue
to decrease. Domestic niuea nave agjmi
risen and foreign dry hides are scarce.
While the prospects ior a tun yieiu ui
wheat are less bright than they were a
week ago, the sharp rise In prices must be
(trihiitpH In nnrt tn ukllftill manipulation
by Interests recently prominent in the stock
market. DacK or moisture nas innm-u
growth In the southwest, and snow nns
retarded farm work In some spring wheat
tatps. but it is probable that tnere is tne
customary exacgeratlon of damage reports
for speculative purposes, a year ago
was a sharp advance on gloomy reports,
yet the final yield promises to be a record
breaker. Kxports from all ports of the
1'nlted Slates. Including flour, were 4.041,614
nu.. against 3.433 9i;7 last year, shipments
being mainly of wheat purchased tieiore ine
advance. rxporters maue lew new v..
trncts at the hlnher prices.
Corn was attracted to market by tne
better terms offered, receipts for the week
renching 1.394.179 bu., atialnst l.m39S a year
ago, but Atlantic exports fell oft to S40,29i
bu.. against 1,127.166 In 1901.
Meats were wen susiaio-u. .... .
Failures for the week numbered 212 In the
Inst 215 last venr. and
eighteen in Canada, against twenty-six a
BRADSTREET'S REVIEW OF TRADE.
Heavy Volume of Boalnesa and Specu
lation with Exceptional Weather.
NEW YORK, April 26. rradstreef says:
Despite and indeed partly because of
marked irregularities in weather conditions
and extreme temperatures, accompanied
by deterloratio.i in the winter wheat crop
iha ,.iithwHt epnprai business and
speculation have been of a very full vol
ume lor 'nis season oi iuc jt-m. mri..
demand was relieved from the Incubus of
backward weather by the hot wave which
.n.ut nv.r a ixree. Dart of the country
this week. '1 hie has resulted in a fair
record business from wholesalers and Job
bers in the east, but the talk of crop dam-m-
nut n chirk upon demand In the cen
tral west and southwest, and wholesale
trade reports from these sectlonB are not
so nood as jarlier looked for, althojgh
showing some Improvement over a year
In the northwest snow and rains checked
rotuli tmrio and distribution, but the gen
eral effect has been to rather Improve the
ultimate crop and business ouuook man
otherwise, alinougn delaying seeoing some
The cereals and, to lesser degree, hog
products generally responded promptly to
the southwestern wheat damage reports.
which, coupled with very heavy decrease
in the visible supplies, particularly In
Manitoba and the northweBt, resulted in
the highest Vrices of the crop season being
reached for cash wheat. Corn, too, almoat
broke the season record.
Crop reports to Brad.-Ureet's indicate that
beyond doubt the Kansas wheat crop has
been hurt oy ire urouin anu nui wuiua
Nothing in excess of three-fourths ot a
crop la looked for even by the most san
auine. while 60 per cent of last year s
yield is confidently predicted. In other
sections, however, rains have benetlted the
situation, and even in Kansas the rains,
though received late, are encouraging so
far as the outlook for the coming corn
croD la concerned. The area In this prom
lses to be very large, aa also does that in
oats, but the condition of the latter crop
is less favorable man nopeu ror.
Meats are all nigher, marketable ani
mals are scarce and receipts are small
Hog products have advanced in sympathy
with cereals, but butter and eggs, alleged
to have been cornered some time ago, have
broken badly, the former to the extent of
7 cents per package.
Wheat, including flour exports for the
week aggregate 3,.do.u4 du., against 4,118,
108 lat week and 4.262,129 In this week last
year. heat exports from July 1, 19ul, to
date (forty-three weeks) aggregate 210,556,
667 bu.. against 170.616.064 last seaaon.
Corn exports aggregate 376.1S6 bu., against
400,533 last week ana i.344,tob last year,
July 1, 1901, to date, corn exports are 25,.
400.185 bu.. against 153.061.819 last season.
Shoes are In fair distribution at the west,
but eastern shipments are falling off.
There Is little new in the leather business.
cheaper grades being relatively most ac
tiv Building material Is very active.
Cotton bulls, encouraged by the light
crop movements and nervousness of shorts,
have forced prices higher, the highest
prices for the season being reached when
spots sold at t'-sc. Kaw cotton is now lc
above last year's prices, and early reports
of the proposed decreases in acreage are
being modltied. Reports by leading eastern
Jobbers are that tne past season nas peeu
a verv good one for dry goods and the only
complaint now is as to deliveries.
Wool la verv aulet at the east, the lead
lug consuming interest, hampered by the
triki.rs. abstaining entirely from buyinx.
but it was active at the west, where prices
.ald for the new clip are a Dove eastern
In iron and steel anxiety to get supplies
of crude ni.it-r..n I almost as great us
ever. Southern lurnaies .ippiar to nave
Bli.ndi.ned the Idea of holding down to the
til: r.ite fur No. 2 foundry and lllieral sales
are noted by Imle; ndetit concerns at S15
a ml bettrr. roinory s la scarce ana
hlKh ut Chicago, vliere 122 per ton has
b en paid and it is noted at T'ttsburg that
foundry lg la 12 per ton hlshcr than Bes
semer. Instead of biinx sllahtlv lower, as
in normal times. HlKh premiums fur
nromot delivery of Bessemer are still paid
mid xjo at I'lttaburg can be obtained very
Finished materials are tn increased de-
mml and verv heuvv orders for Mructura.
malerii.l Hre also being placed. Large ship
ments of ( anacllun steel unlets are re
ported arranged for. but the rise In prices
u'.iro: ! lias checked i he tendency to lm-
oit Kuropean material.
Hardware Is as active as ever. The pro
posed combination n aterlalites slowly.
Business failures for the week number
1M. us against 193 lust week. 214 in this
wtek last year, 1x2 In 190, 184 In 1899 and 24o
For Canada for the week failures were
o, 83 against 16 lust week and 2i a year
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I "ca'"B.-'ac'-"g 1 1 - i-7.-;i(0.-
f ilillil SMSjaTliiiaaiiiai si
IF you lihe the
will like any K. N.
(9 F. style. One
pays twice as much
for a suit made to
order and. the
chances are against
its being as well
made and stylish.
Your deaUr can tall 7u
why thajr ar o much
bttr than th ardlnary
Kuh, NatKaa &. FtecW Co-Chkaso.
To the orlh Hole by Ilallooa.
During tho past few years many attempt
neve been made to reach the North Pole by
ship, but on account of the Ice have all
been failures. It would seem, therefore,
that the only way to reach tbe coveted
spot Is by the balloon. There is also but
one way to obtain good health for those
who suffer from Indigestion, dyspepsia, con
stipation or liver and kidney troubles, and
that la by using Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ter. Don't fall to try It.
Geta One of Tehraa'a Mrs,
PKORIA. 111.. April 2S.-I Special Tele
gram.) Harry Truby, stcond baieman on
Tebeau's louisvllle team, today reported
to l'eoiia and will join the team at lJes
Mot eaaeuta of Oceaa t eaaela,' April 3C3.
At New Tork Arrived I.a Bovrte. from
Havre; Heckla. from Copenhagen; Fuerat
Bismarck, from Southampton and t'her
bourg; Furneaaia, from Ulasgow. bulled
Cinrlc. for Liverpool.
At Cherbourg Called Oolumblt. from
Hamburg and Southampton, for New York
At Moville Sailed Tunisian, from I.ler
pool. for wuebec and Montreal; Ethiopia,
from Glasgow, for New York.
At Havre Arrived L Champagne, from
At Singapore Sailed Merune. from Glas
gow and Liverpool, for Shanghai.
At Uuecnstown Sailed New England,
from Liverpool, for Bwton.
At Southampton Sailed Columbia, from
namourg. ior nt 1 ora, via C herbourg
At Fayal-4'aet-AUr, from .w Xurk.
lac kaulaia aiul tMOoaw
Our May Sale Begins Tomorrow.
to get just what you want and enjoy the use of Bame while paying for it.
lower than asked by cash houses
is of incalculable worth
to those who have not tho
ready cash. It enables you
Our prices are, in many instances,
RolM oak llrilroom Knlte
highly polished, French
beveled mirror worth
beveled mirror new de-
sale price .
' new on-
Iron ned hna 4
coata of enamel
any size worth
lleywnntl no-Carts have
the simplest adjustments
ennmeled , pears guaranteed
rubber tires and
114 May sale price
Gnrney Hef rlarerntora
have 7 walls of asbuBtoa,
mineral wool, charcoal, etc.,
take-out Ice chumbers, etc.
Guaranteed dry air circula
tion and an Ice
paver May sale
14H) eleaant ronches aanltnry
construction upholsterlnu In beautiful
patterns of velours wortn
Il4.0 May sale
Tliree-iileoe narlor snlli
of frames and upholstcr
Iuks worth fcls.Ou May
Cobbler rocker aolld link or mn-
hoKany finish worth $4.50
May sale price
May Sale ot
Xever Itefore have anrh
valuen been offereil. threat
rnrletlea of eholee fiatterna
and high urailra nt unequaled
ftr liiaralna heavy
durable, wide- ranne of
patterns. May sale
7."e nil wool Initralus, choice
of a number of pat
terns of newest color
ings. Mav sale mire...
Ifl.lO llriiKMeln citriieta. some
with borders, suoerb ou.-illti.-s
from the best mills.
May sale price,
Velvets nml A tniln.trra, lunK-
nllicent showine; tif pattiTns,
aupenor weacs, worm
up to Jl .-'i, May sale
Matttnita, wonderful alue
cotton wnrp, worth
.Vic, May sale
.Vmyrna l nun, 11x12, Oriental
iS. May tale
line lot of I, lice fnrtitln I it -
cludlnK Nottlnghnms, rulllcd mus
lins, novelties, etc.,
worth up to tf 111,
May sale price
H O 111 ff
(joodd Sold to
EASY PAYMENT SYSTEM
Suit and Skirt Sale
Rather than carry over any of our present stock rather than
reduce prices as the season advances, we make ONE DEEP CUT into the
price of every snlt and skirt In this department. RIGHT NOW WHEN YOU
CAN USE THE GOODS. Nothing reserved but a general reduction all
through. Don't miss this exceptional opportunity.
$15.00 Suits at $7.50.
275 suits In all wool materials, such as Venetians,
homespuns, broadcloths and cheviots, In all the
fashionable styles of the eeason, blouse or Eton
effect. Jackets lined with best quality taffeta
and trimmed with bands of taffeta and braid
skirts have full wide sweep and
for Monday's sale
$20 Suits at $9 98
These sulta are values that are unapproach
able by any houBe In the country they are made
In the new Gibson, blouse or Eton effect hand
somely trimmed and lined with best quality of
taffeta materials are the best imported cheviots.
etc., for Monday's
Ladies' Walking Skirts
$6 Walking Skirts for $3.98
n Ml h
UI leu lUCt 1UIO,
One lot of 350 all wool melton, homespun or
cheviot walking skirts, deep flounce, corded and
stitched, in all the new spring colors aa well as
Diat k, an eJn.viiriH
tilting skirt, worth
not less than to. uu;
for this selling
190 all silk taffeta
8klrts, body tucked.
with deep flounce of
netting and eight
rows of silk ribbon
drop eklrt, well worth
JId.iiO for Monday,
1,000 trimmetl hats go on sale tomorrow in 3 different
lots at prices mentioned below. This nale enables you to
nave about oue-lialf, and the stock includes about 400 new
arrivals some from New York, some from Chicago and
some from our work room.
See our Pat
Attractive hats, either in black or white,
with chiffon drapes, edged with lace and
trimmed with elegant flowers, handsome
buckles and velvet ribbon, A C
for Monday's selling at TST-CjF
Another elegant hat made of Tucked
Chiffon, with handsome drapery and
beautifully trimmed, for QO
Monday's selling '. CfmZfO
A beautiful hat trimmed with chiffon and
roses or other flowers, for Q
Monday's selling C3
A Grand Display of Children's Hats
New papers and handsome patterns
always on hand
we have the
best line of
goods for the money in the city. Here are a few prices 5c paper at 2Jc a roll
white blanks, in deep colors,' from 5c to 8c per roll cilts from 5c to 10c oer
j roll. We aUo have a fine line of the ingrains, in all shades. We are contractors for
all kinds of painting. We solicit mail orders and see that they are promptly filled.
17th arid Douglas.
Have yon a f riuent desire to pass waterf TTm
a Hound or ciuheler? Huts you snv unnatural
dl.tcharKe or nl.-lit IoshkhV Are you afflicted witU
Enlarged Prostate. Lost Vitality.
RUeens PulnleKs Stricture Cure eradicates every
trace of t ht sn k uipiorus ami (litmuses. No cut
tin, rtilatiiu. (lruygir.K or bougie. We ((uaran
Vu a thorough and 11 maneni cure, an J you cau
make satiNfactory arrangements to
PAY VHEN CURED.
It costs notbluir to lnvektlKute. Our remedy
is a direct Icx-al appllcutiou to ttan alTectod rts,
oelr.a harmless and tMilnleas. We will mall in
plain sealed envelope to any address, our inter
esting book. "An Uoneat Talk," Willi many
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