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THE OMAHA DAILY 1JEE: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1002.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
,. The Cranberry Merchant...
Davis sells drugs.
fitockert sells carpets n1 rug.
Elf-Rant new Xmas photo at Bchmldt .
Expert wstch repairing, Leffert, 4 Bway
Brst clothe rsck made only 2ic at A. 11.
Howe', 31 Broadway.
Picture framing. C. E. Alexander A Co.,
tsa Broadway. Tel. 368.
For rent, nicely furnished front Mom,
reasonable price. njiiire JS North Flrat
Mre. F. E. English and daughter of Plxth
avenue haw gone to Fremont to spend
Wanted, at or, carrier with horse for
route on The he... Apply at the ortlce. No.
1 Pesrl street.
We are headquarters for glass of all
klnda. See us before you buy, C W. Faint,
oil and in to.
The hearing of Mra. Etta Cnnvers In
Justice Caraon'a court waa continued yes
terday for thirty days.
Colonel A. A. Seagrave, proprietor of the
Occidental hotel at Seattle, Wash., la the
guest of A. K. Woodford.
City Treasurer and Mrs. F. T. True went
to Ashland, Neh.. last evening to spend
Thanksgiving with trienda.
The cade's and Athletic association of
tha high school are arranging to give a
nilnstrel show In the hlgn aciiuui auditorium
on December B.
The Woman's auxiliary of Grace Episco
pal church will meet rrtduy afternoon at
the residence of Mrs. Forrest Bmlth. ln
etead of today, as previously announced.
The regulir meeting of the Council Bluffs
club to have been held tonight tins been
postponed to Friday. Kev. Gt-orge Edward
Walk will read a paper on "The Evolution
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mitchell and Miss
Oeorgle Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. I. C.
Bonhatn went to Jefferson, la., last even
Ins; to apend Thanksgiving with Mr. and
i-rs. M. Head.
Harry Davis, charged with the theft of
a wagon and team belonging to his em
ployer. W. F. Pattern of Mynater Bprlngs,
waived examination yesterday morning and
waa bound over to the grand jury. .
J, Ia Kaler complained" to the police yes
terday morning that his store at Sixteenth
Street and Broadway had been entered by
thlevea Tuesday night, who forced tba renr
door and stole a quantity of cigars.
Haturday, November 29, the Purity Candy
Kitchen, 644 Broadway, will have another
big candy sale. "All fresh candles, peanut,
chocolate, angel food, taffy and other kinds
at 10 cents a pound. Enough for all.
A Fifth avenue motor ran Into a de
livery wagon belonging to Charles Huber
yesterday morning on Pearl atreet and
willow avenue. The driver escaped Injury,
but one of the horsea had Its leg broken
and had to be killed. The other waa un
The funeral of I F. Heyden will be held
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the
family residence, 222 Seventeenth avenue.
. Kev. William Freae, pttator of 8t. Paul's
German Lutheran church, will conduct the
services and burial will be In St. Joseph
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rlshton, Bland
Rlshton and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rlshton
went yesterday to Neola, la., to attend the
wedding of Miss Mabel Rlshton and Roy
Felton. From there Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Rlshton will go to Little Sioux to spend
Thanksgiving with relatives.
Ivanhoe commandery. Knights Templar,
has elected these officers: Eminent com
mander, F. J. Pierce; generalissimo, A.
McMillan: captain general, C. Konlgmacher;
prelate, W. 8. Balrd; senior warden, S.
Payne: Junior warden, 8. 8. Gray; treas
urer, J. B. Atkins; recorder, Emil Leffert.
Mrs. Chesney, colored, living at 1308
Eighth avenue, caused the arrest last even
ing of Joe Green, a colored man who
roomed In her house, on a charge of steal
ing 3 from her. Green when arrested had
one eye closed and a badly cut Up, tha
result of a beating given him by one of
the other boarders.
A. L Fager. a young lad,' was found In
the basement of Gfllnskl's commission store
laat evening. Ha had effected an entrance
by breaking a rear window and when
caught waa trying to get out through a
front window opening on Broadway. He
appeared to be under the Influence of liquor
and claimed ha thought he waa In the
basement of the Grand hotel, where he said
ne naa been working in the kitchen.
Bibles Now Heady.
Those who are entitled to the Bible, given
aa a premium by The Bee, can get same by
calling at tha Council Bluffr office. Kindly
call aa soon as possible.
N. T. Plumbing Co., telephone 256.
THAMSCIVLNG IN BLUFFS
Many of Protectant Churches Unite in
Eerrice) at Fint Presbjterian.
SPECIAL EXERCISES HELD IN SOME
rablle Offices rinse for Day aad Many
rrlvate Institutions Are to Take
Half Holiday One
The union Thanksgiving day service. In
which most of the Protestant churches of
the city will participate, will be held at
10:30 o'clock this morning In the First
Presbyterian church. Rev. Milford Rlggs.
pastor of the First Baptist church, will
preach the sermon and the collection will
be donated to the Associated Charities. The
program of the service will be as follows;
Organ Voluntary Miss Thstrher
Psalm of Praise Rev. O. W. Snyder
f'rayer .....Rev. James Thomson
Anthem First Presbyterian Choir
rsalm tin unison) Congregation
Scripture Reading Rev. W. B. Crewdeon
Offertory Announcement .. Rev. A. K." Biiriff
Anthem ............First Presbyterian Choir
Thanksgiving 8ermon...Rev. Milford Rlggs
Ey" Rev. W. J. Calfee
Benediction Rev. Harvey Hostetle
At st. Francis Xavler's and St. Peter
Catholic churches the day will be observed
by special masses at 6:30 and 8:30 a. m.
special addresses being delivered at St
Francis Xavler's by Rev. Father Smyth and
at St. Peter s by Rev. Father ' Thnm.
At St. Paul's Eplacopal church there will
be a Thanksgiving dar servlra ml in-an
a. m., with sermon by the rector. Rev.
George Edward "Walk, and special music by
The Second Church of Christ (Scientist)
will hold Thanksgiving servlcea at 3 o'clock
In the afternoon In the Modern Woodman
hall In the Merrlam block. "Giving Thanks"
will be the subject of the leason.
These hours will prevail at the postofflce:
Stamp window, general delivery window
and money order division will be open from
8 to 11 a. m. ; carriers will make but one
delivery, leaving the office at 9 a. m.; there
will be business collection made In the
afternoon, carrier leaving the office at 1
p. m.; there will be no delivery by rural
free delivery carriers.
The free public library will be closed all
day and the railroad freight offices will close
at noon. The banks, city and county offices
will be closed all day, as will the whole
sale and many of the retail business
An all-day holiness meeting will be held
at the Pentecostal mission, corner of Fif
teenth street and Broadway, the servlcea
being In charge of Evangelist J. T. Molloy.
lenge to the jury by holding that Deputy
County Auditor Frederick had no authority
to assist In the drawing of it, refused to
postpone the trial and ordered that a spe
cial venire of fifty Jurors be drawn and
summoned to appear Friday morning at 9:30
o'clock at Avoca. when the trial of the case
of the State of Iowa against Hector will be
Receive Bids oa Fire Keen pea.
At special meeting of the Board of
Education last night bids for the erection
of Are escapes on the high school, Wash
ington avenue and Bloomer school build
ings were opened and referred to a com
mittee consisting of Members Cooper, Shu
gart, Gorman and Macrae. The bids were
as follows: New York Plumbing company,
high school, $375; Bloomer school. 1385;
Washington avenue school, $385. Stephan
Bros., high school, $345; Bloomer school,
8355. Grahl-Petersen Co., high school,
8232; Washington avenue school, 8196;
Bloomer school, 8268: J. C. Blxby Son,
high school, 8227; Bloomer school, 8210;
Washington avenue school, 8236. The fig
ures of Blxby Son were subject to extras
for ladder to roof and for escape reaching
to within eight feet of ground.
The action of the board at Its regular
meeting In raising the salary of Miss Mabel
Robinson to 860 on the recommendation of
Superintendent Clifford was rescinded on
motion of Member Macrae. It developed
that In making the recommendation Super
intendent Clifford was under the Impres
sion that Miss Robinson was receiving $55
In place of $45. Miss Robinson had been
promoted to take the place of a teacher
who received, $65 and under these clrcum
stances the superintendent considered she
was entitled to an Increase.
Member Macrae said he waa unable to
see how such a mUtake had been made
and wanted an Investigating committee ap
pointed. In this be was supported by Mem
ber Gorman, but the other members did
not view the matter In the same light and
the motion failed to carry. Then Member
Gorman suggested that the teachers' com
mittee be required to make a report In
the matter at the next meeting, but this
also failed , to meet with the approval of
the majority and the matter was finally
allowed to drop.
Bibles Row Ready.
Those who are entitled to the Bible, given
a a premium by The Bee, can get same by
calling at the Council Bluffs office. Kindly
call aa soon as possible.
A Grab Sale.
Friday and Saturday of this week Hansen
& Marks, the jewelers, at 203 South Main
street, will conduct a "grab sale." Pack
ages containing Jewelry worth the price in
every Instance will be sold at 25c each.
Among these packages Is a ladles' gold
filled watch, ladles' diamond ruby ring and
other costly pieces of jewelry, such as
beautiful pins, chains, etc. Don't forget
the date of this bag sale, Friday and Sat
urday, November 28 and 29.
Foot Ball at Manawa.
The game between the Dodge Light
Guards foot ball team and the Iowa State
Normal college of Cedar Falls will be
called promptly at 8:15 this afternoon at
Lake Manawa. The college team arrived In
the city yesterday afternoon and ia quar
tered at the Kell hotel. C. A. Pell, the
coach of the collegians, will be In the game
and will play his old position of fullback.
The Normal college team it on of the
strongest In the state and the soldiers look
for a hard game this afternoon.
Thla will be the lineup:
nnnoB light ov'ards. i btatb normal.
Reaeats Remarks Aboot Wife.
Paul Lorensen, a former employ of th
postofflce, waa arrested yesterday morning,
charged with assaulting Lara Hansen, con
ductor of th elevator In th federal build
ing. Lorensen, who la a son of Police
Officer Lorensen, recently resigned bis post.
tlon to attend Rush Medical college In Chi
sago. Young Lorehien a few days ago took
onto himself a bride and h allege that
Hansen mad aome slurring remark about
th young woman to other employe In the
postofflce, for which he found It neceasary
to chastise him. Lorensen wilt have a hear
ing In police court Friday morning.
Gravel roofing. A. H. Reld. Ml Broadway.
Wanaaa Haa Pleats- of Trouble.
Mr. Florence Allen Batchellor of 770
Madison avenue, whose two sons are now
In th Woman's Christian Association hos
pital, on suffering with compound frac
ture of th leg received while playing toot
hall and th other 111 with typhoid fever,
brought suit for divorce la the district court
yesterday from William Robert Batchellor,
to whom ah was married In this city June
It, 1881, on th grounds of cruel and In
human treatment and failure to support.
She asks the court to' award her the cus
tody of their six minor children.
Davla sell glaas.
Licenses to wed were Issued yesterday to
Nam and Residence. Age.
Edward Dorsett. Crescent, la 21
Eva Kinney, Crescent, la 17
Jamea M. Pavey. Beatrice, Neb V 26
Johannah M. Fischer, Wymore, Neb.... It
Kvart Wj Garnet, Little Sioux. Ia 25
Myrtle B. Beaton, Little Sioux, la 24
Georg F. Cadman, Lincoln, Neb 21
Addle D. Metcalf, Lincoln, Neb 18
William H. Dorranre, Omaha 23
Ma M. Koblnson, Council Bluffs 23
Plumbing and heating. Blxby A Son.
OFFICERS HAVE A LIVELY TIME
Attempt to Serve Ejectment Papera
Resented by a Man Armed
with an Axe. '
Deputy Sheriffs Baker, Canning and Pet
erson had their hands full yesterday morn
ing when they went to execute a writ of
ouster or ejectment in the case of A. T.
Fltcklnger and George E. Cotter against
Theodore Batchellor, who haa been occu
pying the Batchellor homestead at Twenty
ninth avenue and Ninth atreet, known as
"Meadow Lawn Park." The sheriff's office
had been notified that Batchellor was pre
pared to use every stratagem to avoid being
ousted and would In all probability put up
a vigorous fight before he could be turned
out of his home.
When the officers arrived at the place
they found the house barricaded and a red
flag tied to a stick at the front door, evi
dently Intended as a danger signal. They
learned that Batchellor had placed Henry
O. Crowl, a deaf mute, in possession of the
house and that he was prepared to resist
th Intrusion of th officer at any cost.
A summons to open th door pasaed with
out notice, and th officers started to fore
their way in. With a crowbar they suc
ceeded In wrenching the door from Its
hinges and mad a rush for th Inside.
Reaching th living room they were met
by Crowl, who waa brandishing an axe, but
he quickly lowered it when Deputy Canning
pointed his revolver at him. Deputy Baker
secured the axe while Deputy Canning kept
the man covered with his gun. - Even when
disarmed Crowl refused to submit and at
tacked the officers, who found It necessary
to handcuff him and tie him to a tree with
a logchaln while they removed the effects
from the premises. Thla being accom
pllshed and possession of the premise ob
tained they released Crowl, who waa evi
dently satisfied and offered no further re
Turn Gaa Off Sunday.
Th gas company, finding that a number
of business houses would be seriously in
convenienced if the gas supply waa ahut off
Friday morning as announced for th pur
pose of making the connections at the new
plant, has decided to postpone this work
until Sunday morning. People using gas
cook stoves will have to prepare their Sun
day dinner on Saturday a th gas supply
111 be shut off at 8:80 o'clock Sunday
morning and it will be about 4 o'clock in
tha afternoon before th new connections
will be completed and the gas turned on
DeWItt Is the rams to look for whan
you to to buy Witch HmI Salve.
DaWTtts Witch Haul Stlv la the
orirlnai a a 4 only tcnulna. la fact
DaWltt'sIs the only Witch Haul Saiva
that Is mad from th unaouitaraied
AH others are coonterfalts baas tmU
tatteas. cheap and wonhleaa even
sancaraua. DaWitt's Witch HatalSaiva
ia a apaciflc tor PtWa: Blind. Biaedmc,
Itchtnf and Protrudinf Piiaa. AlaoCuta,
Burea. an MS, Eprmlna. Lacerattona,
Contusions, Boil. Carbuncle. Edema.
Tetter, Salt Khaure, and all other Skia
C-C. DeWitt Co., Chici.
n prt t . Coimrit nil,
Bible How Ready.
Those who are' entitled to th Bible, given
aa a premium by The Bee, can get same by
calling at th Council Bluffs office. Kindly
call as soon as possible.
JURY IS ILLEGALLY DRAWN
Attorney for Carl Hector Carries Oat
- Polat, . bat Falls to Get
Judge Wheeler yesterday held that the
Jury lor the November term of district court
fn Avoca had not been drawn In accordance
with the strict requirements of the law
and. after discharging the Jurors, ordered
that a special venire of fifty Juror be at
once drawn to take the place of the regular
Fremont Benjamin, attorney for Carl
Hector, charged with the murder of Charles
Johneen, falling to aoux4 a continuance of
the case until the next term, challenged
the Jury, claiming that it had been drawn
contrary to law. The Jury was drawn No
vember t by H. V. Battey, deputy clerk of
the district court at Avoca, County Re
corder Smith and Deputy County Auditor
Frederick, acting for County Auditor lanes.
Attorney Benjamin contended that the dep
uty county auditor had no authority to aa
slat la the drawing of a Jury except at such
times when the county auditor himself
might be Incapacitated through alcknesa
from doing ao, and that at the time thla
Jury was drawn County Auditor Innea waa
cot suffering from sickness, but. la fact
was in his office at the time the names of
the Juror were selected. On this show
Ing Attorney Benjamin moved that the Jury
not taly be discharged, but the trial of his
client 'postponed to the next term.
Judge Wheeler, while sustaining th chal
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Davis sells paint.
Board of Control Finds Everything in Order
for the Winter.
ORGANIZATION OF STATE CONSTABULARY
Movement Started In Indlanola tor
m Force to Re Independent
of the Local Infla.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, Nov. 26. (Special.) The
members of the State Board of Control have
returned home after a complete tour of the
dozen or more state Institutions over which
the board has control. This haa been the
regular semi-annual visit before the winter
season. They found the state Institutions
moving along smoothly, with no friction
among officers snd employes and practically
no complaints from Inmates. The state
farms this year did not produce quite as
much as In other years, but the crop of po
tatoes and vegetables Is nearly sufficient for
the needs of the various Institutions. The i
state has thla year acquired large tracts of
land at many or the hospitals and asylums
snd will next year be prepared to do more
farming than ever before. The state has
also been engaged in doing moro building
thla year than In any previous year In the
history of the state and the new buildings
are now nearly all completed and In use.
State Constabalary Proposed.
An association hss been formed In In
dlanola known as State Marshal club, the
purpose of which Is to urge upon the next
legislature the passage of a law provid
ing for state marshals or constables who
will be Independent of the local authorities.
County Attorney C. G. Clammer Is presi
dent and Frank McGranahan is secretary.
There are about 100 voters in the club
already and they propose pushing the
movement not only In the county but in
the state. Other clubs and associations
will be formed in the state and a large
petition will be presented to the legisla
ture. A. C. Rankin, who Is employed
during campaigns in Iowa ss an orator,
held meetings and Is engaged In organizing
the clubs. The purpose Is to provide for a
state constabulary to enforce the pro
hibitory liquor law in counties where local
option practically prevails.
Farm Crossing; Wanted.
The State Railroad commissioners spent
some time this week in Keokuk county.
where they viewed farms where five differ
ent under crossings are wanted for the
passage of live atock under the tracks cf
the Rock Island railroad. The commission
ers have many applications for ordering
The Farmers' Co-Operatlve Creamery as
soclation of Lake City haa been organized
with a capital of 15,600, C. W. Jewell presi
Death, of Iowa Stndent,
The newt haa been received In Washing
ton, Ia., of the death of Charles L. Bur
roughs of that city, a son of th late Dr
and Mrs. Burroughs. He was attending the
university at . Pari in company with
Samuel Harper' of Chicago, son of Presi
dent Harper .of, the Chicago university.
Mr. Burroughs' completed hi course In the
Chlcsgo university last year and had gone
abroad this summer. Word was received
by letter last week that he was 111 with
typhoid fever. Toung Burroughs was at
on time champion college sprinter and an
all 'round athlete. The body la being
shipped home for interment. The funeral
service will be held at the Chicago uni
versity chapel and In Washington.
Convicted a Seeond Time.
Th Iowa supreme court last summer
sent back for retrial the case of the State
against John W. King, convicted In Buena
Vista county of a heinous crime. The re
versal was on a technicality. Word has
been received that King was yesterday
convicted again and sentenced to ten years
tor his crime. He bad served thirteen
month of his first sentence of ten years,
but no allowance was made for that in the
Of tho last two days has been no busier
tliau liavt we selling Suits ami Overcoats.
This weather ought to briug jou in for n
The finest lot you ever looked at, from
$6.50 to $25.00
Come early and avoid the rush.
ACQUIT GREGORIS OF MURDER;
Jory Heqalrea bnt n Few Minutes to
Reach a Verdict In the
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, Nov. 26. (Special.) In the
rase of the State against Jim Grcgorls, on
trial for murder at Adel, the Jury today
rendered a verdict of not guilty. The trial
had lasted a week and was bard fought.
Gregorls and bis cousin, John Kolotnokls,
were in business in Perry, and May 1 of
last year he went hunting, borrowing a gun
and dog. The next day the dog returned
alone and led the way to the woods, where
the dead body of Kolomokls was found. Gre
gorls waa accused of having followed Kolo
mokls to the woods and In a quarrel seized
the gun and killed his cousin. He was not
Indicted and afterwards released. The mat
ter was dropped for some months, when
Peter Hrlikos, another Greek living in Dcs
Moines, made affidavit that Grcgorls, while
he was drunk, had boasted of having killed
his cousin and had told all the details of
the killing. On this Grcgorls was Indicted.
The defense Impeached the testimony of
Hriskos and explained away many of the
things which had caused suspicion to be di
rected against Gregorls. The jury was out
but a few minutes when the verdict was
Th Catholic ladles, at their bazar, In
th Jeffrie block, on South Main street,
will aorve a fin Thanksgiving dinner to
day from 12 to S o'clock. The raffling and
musical program will be held in the evening.
A Free Heatlnajc Stove.
Before you buy your coal see Wm. Welch
at It North Main street and he will ex
plain to you bow you can get a fine Round
Oak heating stove without costing you a
penny. 'Phone, 128.
GET HORSES, BUT NO ROBBERS
Officers Fiad Trace of Rock Island
Bandits, ' Thongh No Arrest
DAVENPORT. Ia.. Nov. 26. Th horses
stolen by the Rock Island robbers were
found today in the Wapste river bottoms,
forty miles northwest of Davenport.
It is now thought the bandits escaped
down the Wapsle in a boat. The banks of
the stream ar covered with thick shrub
and th river I well concealed.
Th new kind of General Arthur cigars
are now on sale.
BRAKEMAN KNOCKED OFF TRAIN
Land Oa HI Head aad AttendlngC
Physician Think Death
CLARINDA, la., Nov. 26. (Special Tele
gram.) Charles Palmer, a freight brake
man of th Burlington routs, thla afternoon
fell Jrom tha top of a box car while his
train waa switching at the Clarinda stale
hospital and struck th ground on hi head.
HI attention was diverted In watching
soma patlenta and he failed to notice a lor
timber of the coal abed from which the
train waa emerging. Contact with the tim
ber as th train waa moving cauaed his fall.
His physicians believe death is probable.
He la a married man, his home being at
Red Oak, I a.
JARVIS 1877 BRANDY
Iowa State Kew Notes.
Richland haa Just voted to build a
nlclpal gas plant.
The live toplo of newspaper discussion
Just now Ik the reapportionment of the
Iowa congressional districts.
The town of Lansing wants the State
Teachera' association to award a medal to
Miss Mary Monk, who has taught school
continuously li that place lor tmrty-stx
The price of brick Is so high at Sioux
City that Armour & Co. propose to estab-
p lacing tne si.uuo.uuo
baa Just been de
lta h a brick ysrd for replacing the $1,000,000
st royed by Are.
packing plant which
Marriage waa declared to be a success
by Luke McLaughlin, who has Just died at
Muscatine at the age of lot years, his
wtiiow still surviving after seventy-eight
years oi weaaea Hie.
Eight candidates for th Cedar Falls
poaibfTIco are already making life a burden
for Congreaaman-elect Blruaall. Speaker
Henderson does not propose to settle the
matter during ma term.
The reform movement has taken hold of
Hendertri with a vengeance. Not only
are slot machine forbidden, but the town
council haa refused to allow a bowling
auey wunin ma municipal umiia.
The owner of a big farm In Muacatlne
county built a private telephone line. I-aWr
he sold the farm, but claimed that the te e-
phone line does not pass with the really. .
The buyer claims that It does, and so to
question is being Dotty litigated.
A Dubuque minister! In order to gather
Information for sermons, has swnt out t.OuO
copies of a series of nine questions. In one
of which ha wants to know whether It la
paaible for a man with our preaenl sharp
competitive system to be a thoroughly sue
ceeaful buainess man and at the same tint
a consistent CbrtaUao.
TRAVELING MAN DISAPPEARS
Last Seen In Ottnniwa Sunday Xlarht
aad Friends Much Worried
Aboot II I m.
CRESTON. Ia., Nov. 26. (Special.) Lon
Rumpy, who represents Merrill & Co. of
Ottumwa on the road and who resides hero,
has been missing from home eince last
Thursday and no trace of his whereabouts
can be found. He left Thursday, to return
Saturday, but has not shown tip, though he
was In town Saturday evening, when be wa
seen In company with a farmer, who says
they separated at 6 o'clock and he sup
posed Rumpy went home. A clerk at the
Balllngall house In Ottumwa is sure that
he saw him in that city Sunday night.
There la no apparent cause for bis disap
pearance and It is feared that he has met
with an accident. A representative of
Merrill & Co. Is In Creston and says his ac
counts with the company are alright and
they are anxious to have him return to
work, as he Is a good salesman and a valu
able man to the firm. His wife is almost
prostrated over his continued absence.
OUTPUT OF PACKING HOUSES
Slight Increase in Movement of Ilos
aa Compared with Prevlooa
CINCINNATI, Nov. 26. (Special Tele
gram.) The Price Current says: There has
been some Increase In offerings of hogs.
The total western packing Is 660,000, com
pared with 495,000 the preceding week and
740,000 last year. Since November the total
ia 1,865,000, agalnat 1,285,000 a year ago.
Prominent places compsre as follows:
Chicago 6S0.0U0 766,000
Kansas City 2o5.0iiO 275.000
South Omaha 130,000 175,000
St. Louis 126.000 138.000
St. Joseph 102,000 176,000
Indianapolis 104.0th) 152,000
Milwaukee 71,000 7,o00
Sioux City 6fi,000 104,000
St. Paul 68,000 66.000
Cincinnati 48,000 69,000
Ottumwa 38.000 50,000
Cedar Rapids 30,000 47,000
Is tho most perfect whiskey sold.
It Is mado from tho choicest of
select grain and undergoes
thorough ageing, thus securing
perfection of flavor and bouquet.
W With the most fastidious buyers it is
I THE FIRST SOUGHT
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1 Havana, Cuba
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FOR TOILET AND BATH
Delicate enough for the softest!
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any stain. Keeps the skin in perfect
condition. In the bath gives all the
desirable after-effects of a Turkish
bath. It should be oa every wash
stand. ALL QROCERS AND DRUaOISTS
rench Lick Springs, Ind 30.90
S Chicago, III $14.75
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aiupuJer allowed outn going ana re
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