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ESSAY PRIZE OMAOA JIM'S
'-othar Epen Win Competition for
Local Hi?h School. .
VHT REVOLUTION WAS WON
tmaha Hlh Slade.t. Writ hOO
Ko. ) nnd Liaeftla Sa for
f America Herniation
Lothar r. Egen. representing the Oman
High school, of which he ta a member, won
.the first prise offered try the Nebraska
Society of the Bona of the American Revo
lution for the beat patriotic essay on a
subject furnished by the society, written
by ay atudent la Omaha or Lincoln Hlft.lt
schools. The prise won by Raen goes to
,; the school. The aecond prlie waa won for
I he Lincoln High achool by Miss Georgia
McNeil of that achool.
"Why Did the American Revolution Sue
Teed r waa the subject upon which the t
aaya were written. Omaha furnished 200
essays and Lincoln six. All were aubmltted
.to a committee and the announcement of
the winners waa made before the achool
, In a meetlrig held In the auditorium of the
'high achool Friday afternoon. John R,
; Webster and P. J. Barr made the announce
ment of the prlie wlnnera and loud cheer
ing greeted it. The prise, a eopy of Gil
bert Stuart's picture of Washington, will
... have a plate upon which win be engraved
the name of the society giving It and the
name t the atudent who won it for the
' Ralph Breckenridge, president of tha' eo
clety. Paul W. Kuhna, vice president, and
... B"r' crcUry' eompoeed the com
mittee which aeleoted the two beat eaaaya
from the 208 presented, and then Rev. F
L. Lovelend decided whleh of th two waa
the better. Aelde from the prise wlnnera,
the following Omaha students were given
honorable mention: Charlea Wehl,' Agnea
Ruaaell. Beatrice Bernhart. Helen Treat and
. Ora RuaaelJ.
Prlae Winner Seventeea Yearn Old.
Lothar fl la 17 veora .1 - .
on of R. Kgen, a master mechanic, living
-v . eoTn eighteenth street His es-
- aa (ouowa:
in attempUng to find the real reason why
t JLJi S , Lnl reverence which obaouree
It and deal with facta, and facta alone.
nTI ilV0iuU!,nA wh,ch xc"Pl much
MtuZJP !!r ,utoi'r' really very inslg
?J. whe" compared with the great
levolutlona of the world. It waa not a
a0." bMw,M!n nJghty lingland and weak
America, but rather a emteet between
"aTEIVk1- nVh" nard-headiS Yankee."
iinJrii e"5rd f n unexplored con
tlnent lived a handful of people, who for
r. "","'. Ml England
2r.no? riiJ-'.nt.r?m motht nature In
irson. Owing to their auperb position be-
J.ifn V che h producta of their
fertile landa to the best advanUun. "
In carrying- on this trade, they ran
iuVh.Ki111" l,i0Hnlty to aaaert hie
tL.r.i11, hl Pn through his
menial Parliament which atrova to take
away America a commerce,
Instantly the colonlata roae In nrotcat not
wffSLtV.l l!i.hU " E"?hml2
SSk. w.rethurt!,Ut tha,r k-
BrltUk Heart Not la War.
M&ttkn .r.H . i .
with h Tk1V.i1 . . 1W ""f" until
a:.. 7r T " V"'""" V war to
y "" war Detween Bng-
inrtd f.d ?VVC etwen Oeorga iH.
r.'ri-j -so. f?: "Sal."-
' ; . -'"-" oionisu. ckich
SZLJUZ nd. PJM fhamirfaned their
cauae. Oeorga waa In the wrong, hut would
not admit tt No nation whoae heart tom
in Its cause ever win a. y It waa with
i-ngland. rwith- the ookAHstg" thla war
the'ii',.,fth.Jr vervthing ZV,
m ?t ,OBt- .""Pe vi becomlni
,fp"' "Un-aeamad lost.
aoJiW.hL V9 thr'r c,OM wcltlon to tha
aoll. tha Americana were of a etroner vir!
traJI -Tj3,Wrt Vu thy had been
i Z . Ii-Wlrfara w,th th Indiana by
2idy..1LTinol.,Mld ,n th French war
?ii 'i,'."' "Prance- In the mass. Of the
WaU- ii w,!r hv new little
."T himself would have made a
to theh'" I' " h-6 ,ouM 5rdlni
Ln ' I."1' i ,r- B,,t Ignor-
out It la the untrained nut who bv hie
J1'""' Ml hia heart with
dread. So It waa with this war. The Amer-
& tUK ed, tiftlc" wh,-h tney hid leanfed
that Thf vwii" .?wm "" ,hln
lew that of occupying ground Instead of
H firn.?,22,l'."a-. B"t ,h "hfound
ThZFtJZJT'.n VU wi'h 'h enemy
iney seemed able to fly. They would be
n one plane one day. and fifty mue awa?
the next Sometime, they would be In exeat
uiiiii only a few thousand were If m,nti
Pral.ee P.lae'a Wrltlae.
w.I'.i,i0l',n,"t" "f."1 tnlr troubles, too. It
r .'.f" v""y w' " eacspe ann hilatlon
b it that would not win the war. At tlmia
trie writings of such men aa Thomaa PaJnl
they showed the effects of their early Train
In. and stuck to their poeti y'ra'n
atven greater than the writings of Paine
to atlr thej-eopl. waa the .fact thitTheJ
PROMPTLY OVERCOMES STOMACH TROUBLE
All DiatreM from Tour Disordered
Stomach and Indigestion will Vanish.
Tou haven't Catarrh of the Stomach, or
Nsrvousness, or Gastritis, or Cancer, etc.
Prove thle by taking Pape'a Dlapepaln
after your very next meal. Convince your
aelf within five minutes that your actual
dlaeaaa waa sour, acid Stomach Food
fermentation that every bite you ate
turned to Stomach tea. Stomach polaon
and Acid, which makee you feel atck and
miserable, producing) such symptoms a
pain In the pit of the stomach. Difficulty
In breathing after a meal. Headaches,
Belching, Heartburn, Nauseoua breath,
Water braah, Biliousness. 8our risings.
Uaa on Stomach and many other bad feel
Inge. Indigestion le a reeult. not a cause, of
your mtaery. If the Stomach le eour.
yoar food become, tainted, and that's
Give them aa
Ask Your Dealer for" Sunkist"
You want tree-ripened fruit
hand-picked fruit. You can have it with the most delicious fla
vor when you ask for "Sunkist" Oranges. They are the
choicest fruit from 5,000 California orange groves.
Ask your dealer for "Sunkist"
has just received a fresh shipment. -fiv
California "Sunkist" Unions are tha finest and iulc-
last lemons on tha market mostly
lemonade, sweetened with honey
Lemon sauce, Itmon Jelly for layer
cream, all make delicious desserts.
your cook book and sae tba number
tlalng aiahes you can mane witn
fiahtina for their homea: In alaht of
their homes; and when a company of ra
Amer1rns were entrenched behind a fence
of roiiah l'xr out from thlr own fotreta
and abtplrted by a little hey from their
ewn fields, no power on earth could dla
Hut In suite of their doggfd reraeveranoe
and utKitienc liable spirit, they would have
been gradually worn out, but for the timely
aid cf the French. The French, alwavn
ready to Injure F.naland. orfered aid, and
by fhia aid the Fnallh army waa conned
up. England faced the problem of continu
ing the war at a great expense or making
peaca. Fearing the French, and the Kng
lish people being In sympathy with Amer
ica. Rngland choae the latter.
Some will asy that the colonials won
through the help of Providence, because
they were rellgloue. Thlr trust In Provi
dence la aptly put by tha man who swld:
"Put your trut in Ood. but keep your
powder dry." They did both.
It Is thus seen that the revolution suc
ceeded because of the logical outgrowth
of conditions; because of Uugland'a half
beartednesa. and becius of the French
aid. Without that the revolution would
have been postponed Indefinitely, though
In the end American Independence was aura
to be achieved.
SUNDRY CIVIL BILL IN
(Continued from Flrat Page.)
tnent of Commerce and I.abor the perma
nent appropriation. Including the head tax
collected on every Immigrant, ia abandoned
and a specific appropriation for this service
Is made. During the present fiscal year the
permanent appropriation has been ex
hausted and tha department la faced with
a deficit of GO0,00X
The amount of bonda authorised to be
Issued for the construction of tha Panama
canal la Increased by the bill from C 30,000
to 1190,000. Allowances for longevity service
and layover daya are forbidden.
The Louisiana Purchase Exposition com
pany la authorised to expend I1W.0O0 out of
money due to the United Btatea for the
erection 'of a monument to Thomaa Jeffer
son at 8t Louis, Mo. The city must give
an equal amount toward tha statue.
FAVORS LOWERING PH.P DITV
elal raaaaalttea Make, laaalaaaaa
Report ta Congreea.
WA8H1NQTON. Feb. 19. A reduction In
the duty on newe print paper from W a
ton to W a ton, the placing of round wood
on the free list and the establishment of a
duty of one-twelfth of 1 cent per pound on
mechanically ground wood pulp are the
recommendations of the select committee
on pulp and paper Investigation, which re
ported to the house today. Tha report
atatea that It presents the unanimous re
port of the entire committee. -
"There are three prooeeaee generally used
in this country in the production of. .the
pulp or fiber from wood," aaya the report.
"These are the ground wood process, sul
phite process 'and the aoda process. The
cheaper grade, of paper are usually pro
duced by mechanically mixing ground
wood pulp with other klnda of pulp in dif
ferent degreea of percentage. The ordinary
newa print paper ia generally produced by
the uee of about SO per cent of ground
wood and about JO per cent of sulphite
fiber. Whether other kind of wood besides
spruce can be profitably used for the pro
duction of cheap print paper Is a matter
concerning which there la some difference
The committee's report aaya It would
seem that tha production of newa print
paper or the other very cheap grades of
paper are today dependent upon the con
tinuation of cheap ground wood produced
from spruce trees and that that condition
la likely to prevail In the future. The
amount of spruce consumed In the United
Btatea In 1907, according to the report, was
bout 1.MM00 cords for ground wood, about
1.420.000 cords for sulphite fiber and about
J.tW.OOO corda for lumber. The amotmtvof
standing spruce Is variously estimated, nut
Is roughly guessed to be about 70,000,000
corda eaat of the Rocklea.
An appeal la made for the conaervation of
the forests, the committee urging that an
organised fire department ahould be main
tained to fight fires in every considerable
foreat In the country and that the joung
trees should be exempted by the various
atatea In the ordinary rata of taxation. It
la alao auggested that the national govern
ment start tract of young spruce forests.
The paragraph recommended for Inser
tion In the tariff bill placing a duty or one.
twelfth of 1 cent per pound on mechanically
ground wood pulp provldea that thla article
ahall be admitted free of duty from any
country, dependency or other subdivision
of a government which does not forbid or
restrict the exportation of or doea not Im
pose an export duty or charge upon me
chanically ground wood or pulp for uae In
the manufacture of wood pulp. The duties
recommended for print paper are:
On print paper valued at not over t
cents per pound, 1 cent a pound, and on
paper valued at over 2Vi cents a pound and
not over J cents a pound two-tenths of 1
cent per pound.
The committee also recommends that the
bureau of plant lnduatry make Investiga
tions In the procurement and breeding of
annual and perennial planta In the endeavor
to find aome plant which through breeding
to that end can bo used profitably for the
commercial manufacturer of paper.
It alao recommends forestry Investigation
why you have those atomach dl. orders.
Ask your pharmaclat to ahow you a case
of Pape'a Plapepsln, which costs only (A
cents. Read what thla effective Stomach
and digestive treatment contains, and how
abaolutely harmless It must be; how it
does for the Stomach what the washlnf
and aun bath do for the churn; absolutely
removea every corrupting or tainting ele
ment, and will digeat all the food you can
Go to your drugglat and get soma Dla
pepaln now, then eat anything you want
at your next meal, and you will not Buf
fer from Indigestion or Stomach trouble.
Each bite of food will taste good. and.
bealdea, you will not need liver regulatora
to keep your Intestines and Stomach clean
Now and forever rid youreelf of the
misery of Indigeetlon and Stomath trou
ble. Make your meala a pleasure by going
to the table with a healthy appetite.
Oranges Health Fruit
Orange with every meal.
Oranges stimulate the appetite, aid digestion and
act as a laxative.
Physicians recommend Oranges for phildren as well
You will enjoy (6pecialjy selected.
Oranges today. lie .
eoeaieM. j ry not
lor your colds.
cake, lemon ice
" JLT f flat
s jt m era a w
of the question of the producing of wood
ground and sulphite fiber from other kinds
of wood than those used.
Oh motion of Mr. Mann of Illinois the re
port w referred ta the committee on ways
SOCIALIST TICKET FILED
Nearly Complete List of randlaatea
Wis ReVere Karl Mora Placed
aa RerarerwItBi Clerk.
A socialist ticket for the spring city elec
tion, complete with the exception of three
candidates for councllmsnlc positions, was
flted with the city clerk Friday afternoon.
One man on the ticket filed a week ago.
E. J. Morrow for the Sixth ward, but the
other candidates were selected at a caucus
held Wednesday evening In the Labor tem
ple. The llcke'. as filed is aa follows:
For Mayor C. C. Vaughan. 1308 North
For City Clerk-William Weetmiin. M
8outh Thirteenth street.
For City Attorney Frank A. Barnett, II
North Twenty-eixth street.
First Ward Daniel Lets. 814Vi Pierce
Second Ward Chailes Rubenstin, S008
South Sixteenth street.
Third Ward Harvey O. Brown, 603 South
Fifth Ward-C. W. L.unbeck. 11 Bur
Sixth Ward-E. J. Morrow. MM Decatur
Eighth Wsrd-Jesse B. Martell, 24 North
Ninth Ward Peter Mehrens, J716 Burt
Tenth Ward Albert R. Freeman, 804
South Thirteenth street.
Twelfth Ward-B. I. Snyder, 4724 North
The caucus failed to nominate a council
man for the Fourth ward, but made selec
tions for the Seventh and Eleventh wards.
For the Seventh ward N. P. 6.ickett. 2563
Poppleton avenue, was nominated, and for
the Eleventh ward Harry H. Farmer, 4308
Commercial avenue. waa nominated.
Neither of these two have filed aa yet,
members of the party making the state
ment that they will not file until the legis
lature has been given a chance to pass the
proposed bill making It possible for a man
not a freeholder to file for office.
Farmer, who waa select ede by the cau
cus for the Eleventh ward nomination.
Uvea on Commercial avenue, near Levi
Carter park. The Eleventh ward and the
park are several mllea apart.
The list of filings of candidates was aug
mented by four Friday, three republicans
and one democrat. All filed for the coun
cil. F. B. Kingsbury, 1823 Dorcas street,
wants the republican nomination for coun
cilman from the Second ward, while John
Jepaen, 934 North Twenty-fifth street, and
H. It. Claiborne. 2430 Chicago street, both
want the republican nomination for coun
cilman from the Eighth ward. Alfred Kel
ler, 3802 8hcrman avenue, for the Fifth
ward representation, is the one democrat
who filed during the day. "'
CHARITY HEADS RECEIVE
Vlaltlnc Nar.r.' A.aoelatloa Holds "at
H" for Officer, at Koaat.e
The annual birthday reception to the
offlcere and members of the Visiting
Nurses' aasoclatlon of Omaha waa held Fri
day afternoon In the lecture room of
Kountse Memorial church. The rooms were
handaomeiy decorated with planta and
flowers and the attendance waa ejulte large.
The reception lasted from 8 until f o'clock.
with a program of vocal and instrumental
music. Among those participating In the
musical program were Miss Moses, Misa
?oets and Miss Ernat. . ,
Follow. ng the program refreshments we.-e
served and the remainder of the afternoon
waa given over to social greetings. The ar
falr was largely informal. A nuit-Vr of
visiting nurses from towns adjaic-nt to
Omaha were present.
NEWS OF THE ARMY CIRCLE
Captain aaa Paymaster W. p. Wilde
Arrives In Omaba to ftacceed
Csptaln W. P. Wilder, paymaster United
States army, arrived In Omaha Friday
morning and reported for duty at army
headquarters aa part of the pay corps at
tached to the Department of the Missouri
to succeed Captalg Earl C. Camahan, re
cently tranaferred to the Philippines. Cap
lain Wilder will make hla home for the
present at the Paxton.
Honorable discharges by purchase have
been granted the following named enlisted
men from the V'nlted States army: Ser
grant R. M. Castleman, Company H, Six
teenth Infantry; Privates George C. For
slner, Troop D, Seventeenth cavalry; B. F.
Tucker. Troop E. Second cavalry, and
George P. Foster, Troop H, Fourth cavalry,
MEXICO AND BULL FIGHTS
Director of Public Edaratloa Asks
Teacher, and PepUe Be For
bidden to Attend.
TOR R EON, Mexico, Feb. 19.-To how
great a degree has bull righting had to do
with the decline of Spain aa a world power?
This question la rained by Andrea Osuna,
director of public education, who haa aaked
the state government of Coahulla to enact
an order prohibiting school teachers and
children from attending bull fights. Senor
Oauna contenda that witnessing auch
brutal exhibitions aa bull flghta tends to
harden the .minds of students and make
them unfitfor cltlsenshlp.
The bull ring, contends Senor Osuna. haa
been reaponaihlo for the decline of Spain as
a world power Just as gludltorlal contesta
and similar bloody exhibitions caused the
decline of the Roman empire.
Whatever action may be taken bv the
elate authoritlea, it la a fact that sentiment
sgalnst bull fighting Is gradually arowln
among' the best element of .Mexico, and It
pronaoiy will not be long before thla age
honored sport of the Spaniards will have
become a thing of the past in thla country.
NOTED ENGINEER PASSES AWAY
Kdvrla Reynolds, Brother af the Lata
Captain Reyaald. of Oaaaaa,
Dlee at Mllwaakee.
MILWAUKEE. Wli., Feb. ll-Edwin
Reynolds, for many years a consulting en
gineer of the Allis-Chalmers company, died
here today. Mr. Reynolda waa well known
In engineering circles throughout the coun
Mr. Reynolds waa well known In Omaha
reraonally and aa an engineer. He was a
brother of the late Captain Frank Reynolds
of Florence, who designed the engines for
the plant of the Omaha city water company
aud whose widow la Mrs. IJ. F. Reynolds of
tJ Capital avenue.
Mr. Edwin Reynolda waa the Inventor of
the Reyuolda-Corliiw engine apd waa fa
mous throughout the country aa an en
gineer. His nephew, F. II. Rnolda. aaaistant en
gineer of the Ouiaha Water company, will
go to Milwaukee this evt-ning.
Frlahteaea lata Kits
by fear of appoiulicitia. t-ke Dr. King's
New Life Pills, and away goes bowel
trouble. Guaranteed. 26c. For sale by
Beaton prug Co.
VUK OMAHA imilA tffchi: SATL1UA. KhUKUAKY 'JO, 1909.
Men's and Youn Men'
All our Fancy Heavy Weight Overcoats
that have sold this season from $13 to $28 in
the various cuts and styles regardless of for
mer selling or co3t have all been marked at
one price, as we are anxious to sell .them
this season, as you should be to buy one at
a price so inconsistant with their fine qual
ity and superb appearance. "Get one for
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Progress Toward Expected Revival of
Business ii Slow.
RAW MATERIALS ABE FIRM
Financial and Political Developments
Bath la the l nltrd States and
Knrepe Are Distinctly . .
NEW YORK. Feb, 19.-R. Q. Dun &
Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade tomorrow
Improvement In the structure of business
la much more pronounced than Improve
ment In the activity of bualness. While
financial and political developments both
In Europe and tha United Ktates are dis
tinctly better, the progress toward the
eagerly expected revival of business is slow
and. especially In the Iron, copper and
coal trades. Is disappointing;.
Pirmnesa of raw material Indicates little
likelihood of a revision of prices in cotton
roods and some lines even show a tendency
to advance, although trade generally la
quiet There la no rraumption In the export
demand, but the fact that China has taken
60,CtlO bales since the first of December, aa
against 80.000 hales during the entire year
of 181. materially strengthens this branch
of the market. Latin-American dry hides
are quiet, but firm, while offerings from
Buenos Ayres are stronger. The general
leather market Is dull and the tone of
pries ia some varieties Is weaker.
BRADSTRBBT'9 RKVIEW OF TKADK
Reports Irreaalar Beean.e of Storms
and Impending; Tariff Changes.
NEW YORK, Keb. 19. Bradstrcet a to
morrow will say:
Reports as to trade and lnduatry are Ir
regular, reflecting Interruption, due to
stormy weather, talks of pending tariff
revision and price unset dement caused b
manufacturers in some leading lines offer
Irg concessions to secure business. Taken
as a whole, the volume of business doing
Is still below expectation., while Indus
trial output ta Irregular and below normal.
Wheat, Including flour, exports from the
I nlted Btatea and Canada for the week
endir.g February 1 aggregate 2.27I.MO bu..
as against J.O70.7M last week and 3.291,034
this week last year.
For the thirty-four weeks ending Febru
ary IT this year the exports are 135,58.i'ot
bu.. aa agalnat 1&1.M6.C5 In the correspond
ing period last year. '
Corn exports for the week are "1,28,51
bu., as against 1.21.349 last week and
l.S.M3-ln l&is. For the thirty-four weeks
enc'ing February II corn exports ara 19,212,
ltlt bu., aa against 35.131, 4?& last year.
Bislnees tatlurea for the week ending
with February It were Sc as agHlnst 211
last week, ilt In the like week of lttti. 177
In 'W. 188 In 19(4 and 2J0 In 1905.
Canadian failures for lie week numbered
M, which compares with 29 last week and
44 in the corresponding week last year.
Fa reign Financial.
LONDON, Feb. 19. Money wss in small
supply and good demand on the market to
day, while discounts were steady. Trading
on the Block exchange developed a heavy
undertone on the setback to American ae.
curdle, and the receipt of unfavorable news
from Bervla and Austria, which brought
out offerings of forelgnera, Kaffirs and
gilt-edged alocks, and although consols re
covered a - fraction, the markete generally
b so easily dilated that the
youngest babies thriv &n it ;
yet in larger doses it's the
best remedy for Consump
tion, Rheumatism, Bronchi'
tb and Anaemia, because it
enriches the blood and builds
flesh and strength faster than
Sena thh a, far cents far pasttge. aaaa
boning this paper, and we will saaa pea
"CmnaMa Handy Atlas of the Worla."
SCOTT A BOWNE. 40 Pearl St, K Y.
tion of Sty le, Quality and Tailoring "so unusual"
That In' Justice to Yourself. You Should Investigate. Our
Windows are a Pictorial
for Those to Whom ;thls
Fur Lined Coats
at Less Than Cost
finished unsettled. Copper sharea were de
pressed with the metal. American securi
ties started weak. In sympathy with Wail
street, the unfavorable metal outlook help
ing to depress values. New York, however,
sent fair support In the afternoon, espe
cially of Chesapeake Ohio, which caused
a recovery from the lowest, and the close
PARIS, Feb. 19. Prices on the Bourse to
day wore weaker, on the situation In the
BKHWN, Feb. 19. Prices on the Bourse
today were decidedly weak, upon the Amer
ican Iron reports, corresponding home news
and yesterday's New York and Iondnn
tendency. American securities were sharply
WBATHKR lit ' THB , GRAIN BELT
Fair Saturday and Warmer la tha
OMAHA, Neb., Feb. 19. 190.
The barometric depression overlying the
central portion of the country during the
past twenty-four hours haa moved slowly
eastward and now overlies the upper Lake
legion, the lower Ohio and middle Missis
sippi valley., with its center over the south
ern portion of I.ake Michigan. Light snow
flurries accompany the depression over the
upper lakes and middle Mlaalaalppt valley,
and light rains over the Ohio valley and
lower lakes. Colder weather haa followed
tie depression over the valleys west of the
Mississippi river, the change In tempera
ture being most marked over Oklahoma
and Texas. Lllght precipitation waa scat
tered over the central valleys during the
past twenty-four hours and heavy rains
occurred at points In the lower Mississippi
valley and southern etatee. The weather
la generally fair west of the Miaaiaalppi
river, and la slightly warmer in the moun
tains, and will be slightly warmer In this
vicinity Saturday, with probable fair to
night and Saturday.
Record of temperature and precipitation
compared with the corresponding day of
the laat three years:
i9oi. uos. -am. mm.
Minimum temperature ..23 1 28 3a
Precipitation W) .00 T .00
Normal temperature for today, lis degrees.
Deficiency In precipitation since March i,
Deficiency corresponding period, in 1908,
Deficiency corresponding period 1c 1907,
L. A. WEIH. Local Forecaster.
Mllnaakee Grata Market.
MILWAUKEE, Feb. 19. WHEAT Firm;
No. 1 northern, tl.ltf; No. I northern, 11.14;
CORN lxiwer; May. T3c bid.
BARLEY Firm; standard, 6toc; sampls.
PEORIA, III.. Feb. 19. -CORN Firm: No.
S white, WV; No. 2 yellow, 64tttc; No. t
yellow, 64at4c; No. 2, Hc; No, J, Mo; NO.
4, degwc; no graae, oy'uoic.
s hite. WUAifUic: No. 4. K.tc.
OATS-Standard. higher, Wttc;' No. t
Dalath Drain Market.
DULUTH, Minn.. Feb. 19. WHEAT
May, Sl.i:; July. I1.12H; No. 1 northern,
ll.lH; No. l northern, Sl.ioft.
CRYPT FOR JOHN PAUL JONES
Hoaae Committee Reports Favorably
on Senate Appropriation
WASHINGTON, Feb. 19. The house com
mittee on naval affairs has reported favor
ably the bill passed by the senate appro
priating $145,000 for finishing the crypt of
the chapel at Annapolis Naval academy aa
the permanent resting place of the body
of John Paul Jones. The crypt baa been
left in the rough, with exposed concrete
and brick, an the appropriation sought
would provide for a suitable style of finish
MRS. LEMP ASKS REHEARING
t. I. on la Waaaaa Granted Divorce
Want. Change la Order Regard
ing Castody ( Boy.
ST. LOCIS, Feb. It. Attorneys for Mrl
Lillian Handles Lemp, who obtained a di
vorce yesterday from her millionaire bus
band, William J. Lump, Jr., late today filed
a motion for a rehearing of the divorce
suit, contending Lemp Is given too much
control of his 7-year-old eon by the decree.
The court decree granted Mrs. Lemp ((,009
annual alimony and custody of their boy.
However, Mr. Lemp la to have the boy for
two days every aecond week.
Engine Foreman Crashed.
BOONE. Ia., Feb. 19.-Bpoclal Telegram.)
A. P. Anderson, who has been In the
continuous employ of the North wester a
since 1881, while acting aa a engine foreman
at the coal sheds here, waa cruahed to
death between passenger coach and the
Mntor Clothing Values
Evidence that Our Talk
May Appeal We Ask
foutba and Young Men's (Tt fl f3
lOO Youth's and Young Men's Suits, single
and double breasted in all the pleasing mix
tures, cheviot, striped and check worsteds
that sold up to, $18, and are in sizes from 81
to 86 chest measure, are all to be had at the
one special price next Saturday. For the
young fellow who wants a swell suit for
immediate and next fall wear, we urge to
be on hand early and get his pick for
coal chutee thla morning by a backing
train He leavea a widow and two children.
MYSTERY IN CHICAGO CASE
Charles J. Patselt Probably Fatally
Hart by Stranaer TSo Mo
CHICAGO, Feb. 19. Charles J. Pataelt,
who waa probably fatally wounded by an
unknown man, while near his home laat
evening, added to the mystery of the affair
today. On regaining consciousness he was
questioned as to the identity of 'tils' assail
ant and declared he had never seen the
man before and knew no cause for the at
tack. The man had accompanied Patselt
from a street car and walked with him to
the arena of the .hooting. No attempt at
robbery waa made.
Bigger, Better, Busier That's what ad
veruaing in in. oee aoea ror your
Coart Upholds Saell Will.
BPRING FIELD, 111., Feb. 19.-The state
supreme court today set aaRle the verdict
of the Dcwltt county court in the famous
Richard Snell will case and left no ground
upon which the contestants may hang an
other case. It la held by the court that
because a man has relations with a woman
wnicn migm De onemea improper. It does
not affect hia ability to make a will.
Prison for Former Jnage.
CHICAGO. Feb. 19. Former Circuit Judge
Abner Smith and Gustav F. Sorrow under
a decision of the supreme court at Bprlng
flelr todsy, must go to the penitentiary.
They were convicted of wrecking tha HnW
of America ten daya after It had been
opened for buaineaa, the stockholders los
Marine Commits Salpld.
VALLEJO. Cel., Feb. l.-8ergeant A. H
Dawson of the United States marine corps,
stationed at the Mare Island imvy vard
barracks, committed suicide today hy shoot
ing hlm.eir in tha head with a rifle. Dis
appointment In a love affair with an east
ern girl la believed to have been the cause
Of his act. He enlisted from Foreat, Ind.
Texas Bank Hobbea.
ELPSO. Tex., Feb. 19.-Robbera blew open
the vault of the State bank at Kllgore, Ttx
early this morning and escaped with $3 406'
Bloodhounda from the state penitentiary at
Ruck have been put on their trail.
Aa Inhalation tmr
coughs, Colds, Catarrh,
Croaslswe la a Sm to Aeihmattee.
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Every REMITTER 5c CIOAR Is
the same, made from high grade
stock by skilled workmen.
REMITTER So C1QAR
Uaeurpaaaed ia flavor A quality.
WM. BJXDEItlP, Manufacturer.
ISSS-S4 ha. Mary's Ave. Both faoaoa.
that are a Combina
is not all Sound, and
to Pay Our Corner a
See Douglas Street Window
$2.50 and $3.00
Kver tince we opened this
store we have made a specialty ot
shoes (or the women at the popu
lar prices ot $2.50 and S3. 00.
It makes no difference If the
shoe wanted is for street or party
wear, we have It in the very latest
style ot last In all the leathers
suitable for the occasion, and for
$2.50 and $3.00.
We do not handle men's shoes,
Just women's, misses', children's
and boys', but our stock of these
Is so complete that we can please
you In tit, quality and price.
Come in Saturday, bring the
children with you. You need not
buy; we want you to get ac
quainted with us and our store.
We are a new store, but we are
mighty well pleased with our busi
ness so far, and you will be Just
as well pleased with our store and
shoes when you come, to know
322 So. 16th, near Harney.
$1.00 Down $1. 00 a Week
We have Just completed '
alterations and have en
larged to nearly double our
former space. We have
added several novel features
to the talking machine,
piano and player piano de
partments. Including four
separate rooms for playing
records and player pianos.
Each room has a large win
dow fresh air and daylight
comfortable, steam heated
and pleasant in every way.
We Invite all to eome and aee
hat we have dona for the
aleaaure of our cuatomers.
Victor Machines aio to tBO
Player Planoa. ,$360 to $,10O0
Piano Player Co.
Old Beitta Store, t d Fleer
THIS WILL INTEREST MOTHERS
Metkar Orar's Swwt rowaw. for Children, i C.
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TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Beaches tha Live Stack Mea.
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