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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14. 1909.
ABBOTT AFTER EVIDENCE
Attorney Expects to Ott Pointer! in
Lincoln for Fare Case.
Watering of stock denied
I W aginations
-r t Annonnred for
Tuna Who Desire to !frrr
Positions a Cfnta F.no-
meratnrs iest Year.
'.From, a Staff. Correspondent.)
I.INOOLN, Oct. ll'-iKpectal.) L.. I. Ah
bolt of Omah. Is here reading tlie tcstl
tnony (riven in the hearing before the rail
way commission on th application to re
duce Ftreet car fares in the city of Lincoln.
Mr. Abbott Is preparing for the hearing
on his own Application fur a reduction of
fares on the Omaha & Counc il Bluff street
railroad line. Ii( his nppllcatlon recently
filed with, the commission he asked the
commission f -Investigate the value of the
Omaha property and to enjoin the com
pany from prying any more dividends until
the physical value of ' Its property was
i iual to the alue of its stock.
The company haii not answered the com
plaint and Until .it files Its answer no I
.'ate will be s.t for the hearing.
Mr. Abbott expects to follow the general
lines adopted by tfie city attorney of Lin
coln, who aecurtil a reduction in street car
rates in this city. , TIo expects to force
tha company to produce. Its books before
the commission and show Just what Is
the extent of I'm property, It expanses
;ind Tvhat It euniw.
Ju4c . Nrdiinirh la City.
JudKe Sedgwick 1 In Lincoln tod;iy and
will go to Kearney tomorrow night to at
tend the republican banquet at that place.
Mo will be Joined at Kearney by Judge
Jfarnm and Judge Fawcett, the three being
Ute republican candidates for supreme
(overntsst i Talks at Kearney.
Governor, Phajlenberger made a speech
at Iloldrege tonight at a mcttlns of live
Mock men and tomorrow night he will lec
ture. it Trinity Methodist Episcopal church
at raarney, on ''Hits That Count."
.'Denies Water la Mwks. '
Altornrvs for the. Lincoln Traction com
pany have filed an answer to the petition
of County Attorney Tytrell ' in tile ciu
wherein he is trying to squeeze the alleged
w ater out of . I lie. stock of the merged com
panies. 'Tli traction company denies that
It has any watered stock and Insists that
the county attorney has been dilatory
about filing his complaint- The' attoi no s
assert that only S3. 500.000 of stock has been
Issued by tint company and that Is reason
able considering the value of the property.
The umwer set,s out thut thu capital
Mock of the Company Is $1,500,000. of bonds
JTSO0.0O0, anl of this $."'00,000 of bonds and
$1,000,000 of stock Is not yet Issued and will
not be' until Improvements are made which
Justify the U ue. , , .
Photoa-raiihera Tarn Athlete.
Th J pboiOKiapbera whw are In session
here had f iiji today, A tickl meet. In which
both the-.iuon anil jVfomcjl look part., wax
pulled' off1 as the feature of' I he meeting.
Reporter VLmm W fc'lee Call.
Ueorwe Dillon, .reporfcf on lb a Evening
New, waa almost asphyxiated last night
and it waa all due to his desire to tike a
bath. Mr. Dillon turned on an Instantant
'ous hCkUrnl while absorbed In his great
work the ai ' go fiT Us wor"k7"ne was
rescued In (Irrie to save funeral expenses.
Commercial Club Election.
At the' noon meeting' of the Commercial
club Wednesday, new officers were elected
! vt i t .1 fTPn
and arrangements for the ensuing: year
were discussed. W. A. ielleck was chosen
president for another year. George J.
Woods was elected vice president and W.
K. Hardy was named for 'reasurer.
The newly elected president named the
following men as members of the commer- .
clal committee: K. M. Joyce, chairman,
II. K. Oooch. Mark Woods, II. J. Wlnnett, I
C. K. Havnl. J. D. Lau, W. H. Boner.
Frank J. Richards. J. E Miller. Henry L.
clal committee: . It. M. Joyce, chairman;
Mayer, C. B. Towle, Issaac M. Ray
Want Onion Taker.
Announcement has been sent to the regis
trar's ofllce of the university of the ex
aminations for appointment as special cen
sus agent which are to be selected from
those who take an examination baspd on,
first their ability to make sample schedules
from the balance sheet of a company, sec
ond on their ability to make out a schedule
from a simple narrative of facts as to a
manufacturing concern, and, third, upon
business experience ns shown by their ap
plications. Applications are to be made be
fore October 25. A special agent of the
first class will receive from $4.50 to $6.00
per diem and those of the second class
from fcj.fld to $1.00 pt r diem. Examinations
In Nebraska will be held in Lincoln,
Omaha, Grand Island. Norfolk and North
Platte. The university student who has
specialised in commercial work Is particu
larly eligible for this sort of a Job and It
will make a pleusant vacation Job.
Art Association Kxhiblt.
The annual exhibit of wieN'ebraska Art
association will be held November 1. This
was the decision reached by the trustees
yesterday In their meeting In the city li
brary. Committees to have charge' of the
advertising, the cataloguing, receiving the
visitors, soliciting new members, and hang
ing the pictures were appointed. The pic
tures, 110 in number, which will make up
the exhibit litis ye'ir, are. at present at
Lawrence. Kan., where they will remain
until October 23. Ily the courtesy of the
Lincoln Commercial club, the' teachers In
uttendance at the state convention will be
enabled to attend this year's exhibit with
out extra cost.
Farmers Held for Asaanlt.
BROKEN BOW. Neb., Oct. 13. (Special.)
Oeorgo W. McKee and son Fred, charged
with assault to commit great bodily Injury
on the person of B. F. Paltn, near West
I'nlon, the eighth of last month, had a
hearing before Judge Humphrey In the
county court, yesterday. According to the
testimony Tnlin, while working under
orders from Frank Anderson, the owner
of a farm rented to the McKees, was
assaulted and badly Injured about the
face by Fred McKee.' There had been
trouble In regatd to putting In crops and
as r.-illn seemed the first to Incur dis
pleasure, the w rath of the MoKecs literally
fell upon his hesd, It being stated that
McKee senior stood In a wagon and
urged his son to do Palin up. The phy
sicians who testified were of the opinion
that the Injuries were not Inflicted by the
hare hand, but that some hard, blunt
Instrument had been used. As the defend
ants offered little or no defense. Judge
Humphrey bound them both over-to the
next' term of the district court.
t! To Success
III health Is the greatest obstacle
confronting the aspirant to success.
It is therefore important that the
ailing man or woman should learn
and experience the blood and bone
building and the nerve-strengthening
Containing all the nutritive and
tonic properties of select barley malt
and choicest hops, it supplies the
elements required to build up and
restore the vital forces. It Is an ideal
tonic and liquid food in predigested
fust' Vfxm It Being TaVft ,y
tor the Church
Presbyterian Synod and Hasting
Presbytery in Session at
MM JUL mmz Ml ildfh
Dozen from Your
Humphrey last Thursday and was bound
over to the district court. Yesterday he
appeared before Judge Hoetetler In the
district court, pleaded guilty, and was
sentenced to one year in the penitentiary.
Sheriff Kennedy started for Lincoln last
night with his prisoner. He also had In
charge Johnson and Lueck. the young
men who tried to break Jail last week
and who will now begin serving n two
years' term for burglarizing the Gaines
store at Ansley, several weeks ago.
Club Women Talk
of Home Making
Miss Bouton of State University Gives
a Lecture on Work Being;
Done by Her.
MINDEN, Neb., Oct. 13. (Special Tele-
gram.) The thirty-sixth annual session of j
the Presbyterian synod of Nebraska was
called to order this evening by Rev. James j
O. Clark of Mitchell. After a sermon by j
the retiring moderator, raniel E. Sexton,
I. D., of Omaha was elected moderator.
The session promises to be a large one.
The Hastings presbytery was opened last
night by a sermon by Kev. F. C. Knauer
of Nelson, the retiring moderator follow
ing, after which Rev. K. L. Purdy ot Cul
bertson waa elected moderator for the next
six months. Today the regular session was
opened and the usual routine ot business
Kev. H. J. Aherns and Rev. A. B. Byrum
were received Into the presbytery. The
progress of the church In the presbytery
seems to be In a satisfactory condition.
The home missions committee reported that
a new church had been organized at Cad
dam, a new manse, each, at Oxford and
Kenesaw and a new church at Mind on. A'
new church had been commenced at Aurora.
Rev. If. A. (ye was made local evangel
The most Important question now before
the genersl synod was voted upon, which
Is whether the number ot commissioners
to the general assembly should be reduced.
The presbytery voted against a reduction.
Tonight the synod will be formally opened.
One Tear for Forcer.
BROKEN BOW, Neb., Oct. 13. (Special.)
Quick work "was made In the case of
F. E. Baker, alias Parker, who was
brought from Missouri several weeks ago
by Sheriff Kennedy on requisition papers
Issued by the governor of that state. Baker
Waa charged with Issuing bogus sight
drafts In payment for shipments of pro
duce, also buncoing the Grand Centra
hotel out of a board bill. He had a pre
liminary hearing before' County Judge
There are just 1 33 commercial varieties
of coffee grown. Some are extra fine,
some good, some poor and some very
bad. Which grade do you use? You
want the best, but do you get it? The
surest way to obtain a coffee of extra
high grade is to ask for
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Oct. 13. (Speclal.)-The Fed
eration of Women's Clubs today spent a
good deal of Its time discussing the making
of the home. Miss Rosa Bouton of the de
partment of domestic science of the State
university gave a lecture on her work,,
which was of Intense Interest to the visit
ors. Miss Bouton explained what Is being
done to advance the young women of the
state In the affairs of home making and
her work was given the endorsement of
many of the women.
A. L. Mains, state food commissioner,
gave a lecture on his work in which he
told the women how he was trying to
make it possible for them to secure pure
food for their husbands.
A portion of the time was devoted to a
visit to the dairy building and other points
of Interest at the university farm. Lunch
was served by the Commercial club of
One of the interesting features of the
afternoon meeting was a lecture by Dr.
Ines Phllbiick on public health.
Mrs. Louis J. Hersog entertained the
women with a musical tonight, which was
While there was no business session of
the federation today, there will be plenty
of business transacted tomorrow. One' of
the features of the coming session will
be tha discussion over the proposition to
take Into the federation the auxiliary or
ganhtatlons of the farmers' Institutes.
It is a famous blend of high grade " Old
Crop" Coffees. Rich in the aromatic oils
that produce the delightful bouquet, the
exquisite flavor so much desirea. OLD
GOLDEN COFFEE is selected from
dozens of samples of the best coffees.
Each lot is "tested by taste" to secure
uniformity. The blending is accurate
the roasting "just right."
Bay and Try a pound ot Old Coldmm,
25 cents at grocers.
TONE BROS., Dae Moines, Iowa.
Millar er lAe fmmmmt Tna Bro. Spm:
Mlaaonrl Still CnttlnaT Away.
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb., Oct. 13. (Spe
cial.) The Missouri river, at Barney, a
station five miles- below here, has been
giving the Burlington railway considerable
trouble all this year and now the river
has cut In within forty feet of the main
line track, which has been moved back
twice. It Is now Intended to place the
track up on the bluffs so as to be out of
danger, but this will require a large
amount of work and a force of men kept
at that point to watch the track and
protect It. The river has cut away several
good farms at this point and It looks as
If several more were going to satisfy the
greed of this turbulent stream. During
the last five years the river has changed
more than two miles at this point and
caused the railroad great trouble and
of the Campaign
Chairman Hayward Expects to Call
the Republican Committee
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct. 13 (Special Telegram.)
Chairman Hayward of the republican
state committee Is contemplating calling
together the ' members of the state com
mittee to prepare for the final windup ot
the campaign. Mr. Hayward believes now
Is the Ume for the members ot the com
mittee to make their reports and If there
Is any dissatisfaction in the ranks of the
republicans In the judicial fight now is
the time to hear about It and get things
straightened out. Reports being received
at headquarters are favorable to the re
publican candidates, and Mr. Hayward
believes some ginger at the last minute
will whoop the ticket In with the old-time
Warfare at Pender Remits in Ban
ishing; Both from , the
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PENDER. Neb., Oct..' ' U-(Speclal.)-
The keeper ot the Pender Liberty club was
arrested this morning and the goods seised
by the sheriff. The Fender Liberty club
came Into existence several months ago
after the saloons were closed. Its mem
btrshlp consisted of about 156 people. James
Maloy war tha keeper or dispenser for the
convenience ot Its patrons. Rev. C. S.
Hughes is the complaining witness and Is
credited with closing all the saloons. His
next fit. Id of operation, he says. Is the
Pender preachers and saloons are In the
same boat, in that there are none here
at the present time. The conflict has ended
In the disposal of both.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 13,-Forecast of the
weather for Thursday and Friday:
For Nebraska Partly cldudy Thursday
and Friday; cooler In west and warmer in
east portions Thursday.
For Iowa Partly cloudy Thursday and
Friday; warmer Thursday.
For Missouri Fair Thursday and Friday.
For Utah, Colorado and Wyoming Fair
Thursday and Friday; cooler Thursday,
For Kansas Generally fair Thursday and
Friday; cooler Friday and in west portion
For Oklahoma Generally fair Thursday
and Friday; cooler Friday.
Temperature at Omaha yestsrdayj
, C. HAFER LUMBEH COMr'ANY
SOUTH OMAHA OFFICE
We are glad to nnnouut-e the opening of our
SoutU Omaha Branch Sales Office, located
on (J street at the east end of the viaduct.
- This office has been established for conven
ience' of stockmen, fanners and contractors
coining -to tliis market and we heartily in
vite iill to use our office as headquarters
while in So"uth Omaha.
Our manager is in the office at all times
to t?.jlain our system of shipping direct to
the consumer and to figure your bill while
iu the city. Whether you have a bill to fig
ure or not, we will always be glad to see
C. HAFER LUMBER COMPANY
General Office Yards, Council Bluffs, la.
! 6 a. m.
P. a. m.
7 a. m.
X a. m.
9 . m.
10 a. m.
I .W N 11 a. m.
c4Jv 1 P- m
I Fbs. D- tn
w 3 p. m
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OFFICE OF T11K WKATHRR BUREAU,
OMAHA, Oct. IX Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding H'iiod of the last three
years: imis. ImM. VJOl. lu:.
Maximum ten.peratuie .. 4! 77 M 71
Minimum temperature .. ?4 M SI "
Mean U'n.prrature .34 4 44 i
l'recipUallon 00 .00 .00 T
Tcmnciaiure and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1.
and compiired with the last two years:
Normal lnuxrature 5fi
lK-ficiency for the day
leflcincy wince March, I, 1309 !x
Normal precipitation nt inch
IWidencv fur the ray 08 inch
Precipitation eince March 1 24.41 inches
Deficiency since March 1 1.51 Inches
IV f Icicncv for cor. period, J.f.3 Inclie
Deficiency for cor. period. IflOT.. Inches
Reports from Stations at T P. M.
Station and Siate
Rigmarch. part cloudy
Chicago, clear ,
I '.ivenport. cliar ,
Denver, part cloudy
Havre, part eloudv
Helena, prt cloudy
K.mna City, clear
North I'lutte, part cloudy
llapi.l City, eloudv ....
St. Ixiiiis, pai t clirudy....
M. I'uul. clear
Suit Lake City, clear...
Val mine, cloudy
Llqaor Sellers Fined.
PENDEIt, Neb.. Oct. 13.-(SpecIal.)
District court has been In session here
the last week and a number of Important
civil cases have been disposed of. One
important criminal case was put over for
the December term. Three cases, namely,
J. W. Brennan, W. C. Meyer and Hans
Henlg for illicit liquor selling, each pleaded
guilty and were fined $100 and S3U0 each.
The fees and costs of guarding confiscated
goods amounted to approximately $00. The
confiscated goods, amounting to several
hundred dollars, have been ordered destroyed.
Temp. Max. Itain-
1 p. m. Temp.
Nebraska News Notes.
BEATRICE The coldest Weather of the
sea on prevails here. The temperature last
night registered 26 degrees above sero.
HTbLLA-John J. jdourke who has been
very III for six weeks was operated on this
week by Dr. Lord of Omaha and is slowly
BROKEN BOW The Board of County
Klp-1 visors meet thla week with Chairman
Ben P. Mori Is presiding. The session will
bo devo.ed largely to road work.
BEATRICE Members of the Royal
Neighbors of America to the number of
fifty Wire entertained yesterday at the
country home of Mrs. Oeorge Sexton.
FIATTSMoUTH Tuesday morning the
mercury registered 23 above. Ice was
formed on water exposed to the elements
from one-half to one inch In thickness.
WYMORE John S. Wllklns. the pacer
owned by Q. Hulshlser oX this city, was
hrought home Saturday from Minneapolis
Kan., where he won second in the 2:16
NEBRASKA CITY A brakeman. named
Johnson, on the Missouri Pacific, had his
hand badly mashed while making a coup
ling here yesterday. He was sent to the
hospital at Kansas City.
WYMORE Ike Troyer was arrested this
morning by Deputy Sheriff Burke on a
boot-legging charge preferred In county
court- Troyer waa taken to Beatrice on an
afternoon train to await trial.
Sl'THERI.A ND The beet harvest Is now
on and small xhlpments have already been
mad.' to the factory. While there Is a
fair yield, It is yet too early to tell what
tonnage will be harvested per acre.
PLATTSMOI-TII-Judge Beenon united In
marriage. In this city Wednesday. Charley
Armstrong of Oakland. Ia., and Mi May
tlrifiltli of Emerson. Ia., after ohtalnlng
the consent of the girl's parents by tele
phone. KEARNEY The democrats and republi
cans held caucuses Monday evening and
nominated candidates for asseKnors of he
city of Kearney. The republicans nomi
nated T. N. Hartzell and Edgar Oardner
while the democrats nominated Fonter
or other signs show, it's
risky to keep ou with
Ono of Our Many Splondid Values in
Wehn we claim that this is by far the biggest value in a base burner that has been on sale
in Omaha for many years, it is with the full knowledge of the meaning of such a claim. We
have offered many extraordinary base burner specials, but never within our remembrance
were we able to put such a great, big, handsome, ornamental base burner into the homes of
people at such a surprisingly low
11 i i 6 a
only cM pt)
$2" Cash RY
OUR LINCOLN BASE
Is a high grade heater of new design, made
with full revertiblo flues eo constructed as
to produce the greatest amount of heat
with the least amount of fuel. It Is con
structed so as to take the cold air oft the
floor, and It will heat a larger space with,
a given amount of fuel than any base
burner that ever sold In Omaha for less
than $30. This stove is a perfect self
feeder, has a large coal magaelne and a '
most durable fire pot. The grate is ot the
new duplex design, which enables one to
quickly remove all ashes, clinkers and dead
coals when desired. This base- burner s
elaborately trimmed with nickel, having a
full wide top and full nickel base, together
with nickel side wings, door panels, foot
rails and trimmings. You can't duplicate
this base burner elsewhere In Omaha, for
less than $32.50 can't possibly1, do It
Douglas -St. Jj
if It s s. i tr rm n n r?
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1mmmBemm9m Brin '"N' W jBHBfflB.--1- ' "'J i ---i
A renter or home owner?
" The man who year after yeatf goes on paying rent is depriving
himself and family of a home a real home one he owns himself.
Sounds queer, but it is the truth. That rent money will make the
monthly payments on your own home.
Today, in the real estate columns of The Bee, will be found
several nice cozy homes that you can buy with a small payment
down and the balance like rent may be less than' you aro paying
Think this over and act ; immediately prices are steadily
advancing you can't lose.
Thursday is Home Day.
Thii Is one ot the biggest base burner .
Yalues and yet it Is only one out ot a great,
number. Our showing of base burners rep- '
resents such famous makes as the Peninsu
lar, Lincoln and other makes of world-wide
Wt Are Special Agents tor Colt's Hot Blasts
I A. WELSH, Local Foxecaster.
j H 1 0 Uys makes thiugs clear, R
A "lhttt Rc"on
Green and Martin Moran. Candidates foi
constable and Justice of the peace were also
STELLA Tom Morris and LUlle Noa
were married yesterday and took the after
noon train to viHlt the groom's brother,
Lloyd Morris of Bethany, Neb. The young
couple were born and raised in this com
munity. HUMBOLDT S. 8. Zimmerman, a dairy
man lost nearly all of his winter's feed by
a fire which consumed his 30-ton stack ot
alfalfa hay. The fire started in the cen
ter of the alack and was thought to be
caused from spontaneous combustion.
KEARNEY W. F. Croesley of this city
has secured the contract for the new 10.
OuO barn to be built at the state Industrial
school In this city. The barn will be 35x!l2
feet in sise. making one of the largest and
finest barns in the state of Nebraska.
HUMBOLDT The first snow of the sea
son fell yesterday in a comitderable amount.
A cold wind amounting to almost a blizzard
and a heavy freeze has killed the gardens
and other vegetation. Quite an amount
of winter wheat has been planted In this
BEATRICE The republican county cen
tral committee held a well-attended meet
ing yesterday at the Paddock hotel and
.i .... ..... . ion Tha ftninlnn U RH
. . . i . . v. . ....... a ....i.V.ll.nn 1 1 L. u I
expressed mm inn eiun. nuun... ,v
will D(? elect u mis inn. A"ti mudihw
met ling a snioser waa nciu.
NEBRASKA CITY Dr. J. W. Kalkus,
who has been located in this city for some
time has been tendered and accepted the
poxltlon of stale vetenlnarlan for the state
of Washington and the chair of patho
logy In the state university. He left for
that stste to accept the position.
KEARNEY The Northwest District Den
tal association will meet in Kearney Octo
ber l'J snd 30. "Csvity Preparations" will
be one of the principal matters of discus
nion. The Owl club has extended the
courtesy of allowing the dentlxts to use
their club rooms while In the city.
WYMORE The Methodists have decided
that Instead of repairing the old structure,
a new one to roet In the neighborhood
of 115 000 will be erected. Work of re
pairing the old building was well under
uuy. The new structure In to be built of
prlea rl K'K. srcorains lo prewrni jjibiis.
BROKEN ROW D. M. Amsherry. owner
f 'he ( uster County Renubllran. has taken
over the papr acaln after having leased
i' for n year to H. fS. MyerM. Mr. Ami
hei rv is one of the oldest newspaper men
n this part of the xlate and his many
friend are glad to me him once more at
Kl'THERLA ND P.eports fnm the or
chards nf this vlrlnhv are to the effect
f'at a havy loss of fruli will r-Milt from
tho ffeot of Ihe hard freeze of Monday
right. Hee the m rcurv eiit doun to
about I'j above zero, and us there were
La BOOK &. YOST
Display of Furs
, Will U on Exhibition for the Balance
of This Wetk D ON' T ' MISS IT.
many hundreds of bushels of apples on the
trees and In plies In the orchards the loss
Is important. At Qlenburnle fruit farm,
two miles north of Sutherland, It Is esti
mated that 7.0i30 bushels of choice apples
were ruined. Other orchards suffered to a
less a gree. The apple ciop of tills neigh
borhood waa tha best on record and the
tic-s were fairly loaded with fruit.
BEATRICE In the district court yester
day Judge Pemberton denied the applica
tion of M. L Raw. lings of Wymore for an
injunction to restrain O. T. Stephenson, ad
nvnlsiiator of the estate of the late 8am
ul Wymore, from distributing the proceed,
of the estate. In the case of Eliza Miller
against the city council of Beatrice to pre
vent It from taking her property for city
park purposes the court found for the de
fendant. A decree of divorce was granted
Sallle E. Kopher from Charles 8pher and
plaintiff was restored to her maiden name.
Not a minute should be lost when a child
shows symptoms of croup. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy given as soon as the child
becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy
cough appears, will prevent the attack.
Sold by all druggists.
OUTPUT OF PACKING HOUSES
Marketlag of II oars Continues to
Show Enlargement Over Pre
CINCINNATI. : Oct. . IS. -Special Tele-ram-)-Prlce
Current says: Marketing of
hogs has moderately enlarged.; Total west
ern packing was ,000.-compared wllh 430 -000
the preceding week and 6'JO.OC last year.
Since March 1 the total Is 14,tt.O00. against
15.766,000 a year ago. Prominent places coin
pare as follows; ' .
Chicago- S.tY 0 3 irj
Kansas City 1 lT,.0uu ZUKIOO
Omnha ...l.S.Atimi llMwr
Ht. Louis ......,.;..l,17r..J 1.2IO.iM
St. Joseph...., KfiOtry l.itSW)
Indianapolis Jul tn , 70 nm
Milwaukee 4i.2 -' tits. m
Cincinnati , t.i Smi'iXio
Otiumwa . 3lB.u(w 3.jio
Cedar Rapids....... m&x) auuoju
Sioux City , MJ) ' 60 too
St. Paul ; ,'...'3i50"o . 4;um
Cleveland itft.Ovu . 4o0,Vu0
Those hard nicht courha of the children1
What shall you give them? Just what
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