Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 28, 1911, Page 5, Image 5

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HeVy Georre. Jr.. Sayi the Idea ir
reople of Japaa lo ol want was
Air More Than This olrf
I Are lot rreaare
for l.
"Ths possibility of ar between the Uni
ted Btaie and Japsn la preposterous," de-
Clares Henry (Jeorge, Jr., mho la In Omaha
i, route home from the northwest where
r delivered about fifty addresses.
'In the flret pla-e Japan Is so deep In
, debt that It would be Impossible for It
I to equip and maintain an Invading army
ufflclrntly large to attempt a battle with
I the United Slates. When 1 waa In Japan,
I about eighteen month ago, I found about
as many people who hankered for war aa
J I find in the I'nlted State, and there I
f prattlrally no one here who has any idea
I of flKhtlna Japan, If a war were to b
r BtaRrd Japan would have to take the of-
l frnelve, for the I'nlted States ha no rea-
aon for or object In opening hoetllltle
1 agslst the Flowery Kingdom. The mere
I suggestion of such a war would be pre-
Bars He ta a Free Trader.
George declare that he I a free
trader without mincing hla Word, and I
In favor of abolishing absolutely the cus
tom bouae ytem. Viewing the situation
' aa he doe., be declare that President
Taft's attitude toward reciprocity between
! the I'nlted State and Canada I the most
' popular move since Lincoln's time.
"My hope," says Mr. George, "Is that the
i little reciprocity that the pending bill In
I volves will soon lead to even more re
' clproolty with Canada."
During hi tour of the northwest Mr.
George has bee talking almost exclusively
oa the tariff, which Is his hobby at this
1 time. Ha predicts that some big hole
' will be torn In the present tariff arrange
I mant Boon. Ha attribute the high cost
' at UrtOeT aim est aolely to the tariff and
tb corporal inns,
Mr. George stops In Omaha to deliver an
address before the Ftlmpsert at the Omaha
iMb this ssrenmg. Ha will talk on
Tolstoi." Kb leswea for tb east at nild
MCba. Postoffice Will
Carry Magazines
By Freight Soon
Gets One of Distributing Ter
,'. inals Established in Principal
y Cities Under New Plan
XRHINOTON, March 27. Magaxines
and other bulky periodical after July 1.
next, will be transported by th Postoffice
department In carloads as fast freight.
Postmaster General Hltohcock Is develop
ing as rapidly aa possible plana which he
decided upon last December to utilize fast
freight In the transportation of magazines
when practicable, and Instances whsrs a
saving to the government In transporta
tion charges may be effected.
"The plans I bav decided upon," said
Mr. Hitchcock this evening, "are not pro
posed as a solution of the pending con
troversy over th suggested increass of
the Boond-class mall rates on th adver
tising sections of magaslnes, but tbey
probably will tend te bring" about a solu
tion of that question the mors- aUy. "
The quadrennial wJghtng of the mall
, in the third contract section of the soun
try, comprising th statu of Ohio, In
diana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Mln
' tiesota, Iowa and Missouri, la now In
progress. By direction of th postmaster
general, given in accordance with his plana
fur transporting periodical mall by fast
freight, th weights of monthly and seml
' monthly periodical mall matter originating
In large publishing centers ar being taken
d kept separata from th weight of
' isrher mall. Th great publishing canter
f ajyBoston. Springfield, Mass., Mew Tork,
2'hl)c'lphla and Chicago.
From July i, next, periodical that can
be transported In carload lota by fast
freight through th aectlun without dlsad
vantage In delivery, will be carried In
this manner and paid for at freight rate
The weights of the periodica taken dur
ing the present quadrennial weighing will
be excluded frotn the bast of adjustment
of transportation pay for the four-year
term on the railways affected.
Distributing terminal have been estab
lished In Bolton, New York, Philadelphia
t 111. ago. Ht. Ixuls. Omaha. St. Paul and
Clni'lnmttl. Through: matter that can be
handled In carload lot will be ent through
the weyhlng section by freight, and uch
additional distribution is Is necessary be
fore the matter Is delivered to other rail
way postoffloe line will he done at the
terminal. Arrangements will be made with
the puhllihcrs for a finer separation In
the publishing office and for an earlier
mailing of their maltep so thut the slower
method ot transportation may not affect
the icKular.ty or promptness of It de
livery, v
OTHERS' favorite
$ for preserving ihe
natural purity and
beauty of the hair and
skin of infants and chil
dren, is Cuticura soap,
assisted vhen necessary
by Cuticura ointment.
No other emollients so
pure, so s veet, so speed
ily effective. No others
do so much to preveni
infantile humors bcom-
ing lifelong afflictions.
" us f wm t Potter t C
0- ! fc - to. k ua MSL
One Result
SAIVT UKB CITY,- March Z7.-Special.)
The greatest rush in the history of the
local t'nited States land office was that
Wednesday morning, when 2.f acn-s of
semi-arid land cast and northeast of
Mortens, on the main line of the Salt Ijike
route, was thrown open for public entry
under the enlarged homestead act. Within
four minutes after the door of the land
office were opened the lfi.000 acros of land
available in the tract were filed upon..
During the rush men and women fought
eagerly In efforts to reach the filing counter
and get their applications In first, and In
the rush as many as five simultaneous ap
plications were filed on the same tract of
land. This led to disputes and other
troubles at the land office during the re
mainder of the day, and of the person
who made application It Is apparent that
five-sixths of them will not get 320-acre
tracts of ome of the best dry farming
City Council to Decide as to Mandan
Park Improvements.
Arrangement for Coming; Ilaae H
teaaoa Are Discussed with Kn
thnslnsm Another Meet
ing Thursday.
The park bosrd and the people In the
southeast end of the my are awaiting
action tonight by the city council In regard
to the proposed Improvements an Mandan
park. The bond Issue hits been sanctioned
and It only remains for the civic body to
come to a decision until arrangements are
made by the board to give the people of
the district an entrance to the park other
than one over private property.
Of the $'5,000 bond Issue, ttl.000 will be
set aside for the purchase of the ground
and carrying out the necessary work to
give an entrance to the park.
A deputation was appointed to make an
Inspection of the park In order that the
council might know for Itself that the
plan proposed was the best and least e-x-penslv.
Thut it was the least costly was the
statement of the members of the board.
who appeared before the council, and the
further statement was made that the board
was unanimotiB on this point.
It Is expected a report on the matter
will be submitted to the council tonight.
Shamrocks Hold Meeting-. I
The Bhamrock Athletic club had a meet
ing yesterday afternoon to make arrange
ments for the coming base ball season
There was a "'good attendance and the
matter was discussed with enthusiasm. No
definite arrangement ware made, these
being left to a further meeting to be held
Thursday. Captain Will Corrlgan speak
hopefully of the season and says that they
will not have the old players, but there
Is a strong bunch to draw upon.
Maale City Gossip.
The Ragles give their next publio dance
Wednesday evening.
The Red Men give a dance this evening
in the Masonic haJL
A meeting of the Fire and Police Board
Is scheduled for, today.
Miss Grace l'htdps of Wahoo is the
guest of Mrs. Harn tililrley.
The Jungman school base ball team de
feated the Hawthorne vchooi team by M
to 4.
The meeting of the women's auxiliary of
tit. Martin s will be held Wednesday alter
noon at 2:30.
A flie yesterday did about to damage to
the barber shop of C. Klrsten at Twenty
sixth and Q streets.
An Important meeting of the Alumni a-
8ocuttlon of the houth Omaha High school
will be held this evening.
l'hone Bell Booth tM Independent F-1MW
for a case of Jetter Uold Top. prompt de
livery to any part ot city. William Jetter
probation uincer 1". c. McAuiay is se-
rloiiHiy 111 ut I- J. Carpenters tarm in
Kuipy county, lie was a little better lust
I'll noun Castle, No. A3, Royal Highland
ers, will give a musical entertainment mis
evening at the ball, 1M1X N street.
In connection with his fiftieth birthday,
I,. 11. Ureer, ot the hotel, was entertained
to dinner last night by a number of his
Peter Powers, former captalnl of the
South Omaha police force, is reported to
be berloubiy ill at his home, Twenty-lour th
and H ntreets.
Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock there will
b n meeting of the Junior auxiliary of
M. Aim tin s church. The adult coliHi illa
tion cliisb will meet at 8 o clock.
A meeting of the Pioneers' Historical so-
ciety be Held 1 ueoday evening In the
innury hall. An Interesting anil enter
laimi.g pruNiani lias been prepared.
The ladles' auxiliary of the Ancient Or
der of Hibernians will hold Us regular
meeting Tuesday evening at the home of
Mrs. poweis, I Hi South Thirty-ninth street.
South " Mnulia camp. No. 21 1. Woodmen of
the World. wlil entertain Its friends
Weiiinsiiuy evening in me Odd Fellows
hall w.tli music, dancing and refreshments.
The ei.tertHiiiiiient committee of South
tnmihn aerie. .o. Fraternal Order of
Thomas Swift
a Century in One Home
Thomas K. Swift's home at the
norlhra-st rorner of Jefftrson Hnuare
l.s one of the Inud marks of Omaha.
For fifly-three years its owner lived
there. rrxistinK slmopt to the last
the S'iggrstloii of his children that
he find a ni-w result n'e in a mora
di'-lralut: jiarl of the rily. 1 1 1 the
aaxoriaiions of the i!a e were strong
on. iKh to pi i-vail aKditihi tin' ui'KU
iiiiii in iaor of ihe move. '1 here
he liail ami i oii red ; then
inn i hitmen l -rn. an1! there
tin-.. 4,1 . i 1 1 n.uiiliood and
woiiiaiilii... : ; n l there the happy
tia ol' li. anl u-icful life weia
kH'IIL. b ii . Miould he ( rutin
to a new Inline ' i- inall), Just a
little While ai. he leliled to tile
pt i s.-ufcloiis .f hi - family, and set
sIkjU'. the ptuehaae ul' a new nouie.
ii.- uciliirMt oi. plat-e at Fortieth
and fuming, hit a little hilrh In the
Ul.e was u 1" "l ntlu. ajil while
ne uitn. foi that, he aicWeiied
and jJii'd at tne old home.
of the Omaha Land Show
a 0A U
land In the state, according to 'the general
In the filing the matter of "squatter"
rights" has been brought up, there being
all the way from one to four of the ap
plicants on the tracts claiming that they
have established homes on the ground and
made considerable Improvements. It Is a
matter of doubt whether any of these
claims will be allowed. In case they are
It will be a matter of determining the
rights to the land by land contest. If none
of them Is granted prior or preference
rights It will be a case of the highest bid
der on each tract getting the right to file
on the land. Or It will be possible for the
homesteader to decide the matter among
The prospective homesteader began to
arrive at the federal land office as early aa
6 o'clock Wednesday morning and by 9
o'clock there were fully 3S0 of them on
Khgles, gives its bnnmiet to the women's
committee of the recent bazaai, this
The Christian Women's Hoard of Mis
sions of the h irst Christian i church will
meet Friday afternoon at i!:.)Ht the home
ut Mrs. H. ii. Nance, &z .North iweuty
second street.
Meetings of the city council and board
of education will he held this evening.
At the latter the nature of the paving
material to be employed in the vchool dis
tricts will be acted upon.
At a meeting of the parishioners of St.
Bridget's held last evening it was decided
to Instruct the trustees to sign for sarco
pavement on Twenty-sixth street so far as
the property of the parish is concerned.
The Women's Christian Temperance un
ion will hold Its annual mothers' meeting
'1 uesdav afternoon at the home of Mrs.
1) iluiiner, 2:il4 O street. An attractive
program of music anil addresses lias been
piepared and refreshments will be served.
John Magurtl, who had been employed
for twenty-one years In Armour's pack
ing house, died yesterday, aged 50, at 272
booth Twenty seventh street. The body
lies at Ijirkln's undertaking rooms await
ing arrangements being made for the in
terment. Sulpho-chlorine water is the name de
cided upon bv the directors of the Hrown
Park Mineral (Springs company for the
water pumped Into ihe new bathhouse at
I wcnty-tifih and O streets, where a rap
Idly Increasing business is being done since
the opening.
Mr. and Mrs. George Howley, 2X!S Monroe
street, report the birtn of a daughter and
1 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mahoney, roriy-
I . ..... a i .. . . 1,1, -tl, .if a son.
IOUII.ll mill I. riimn. imp ....... -
A son has also arrived at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Frola, 302 South Twenty
Uilrd street.
Wounded Unto Death,
Miser Remains Silent
in Detective Inquiry
Michael 0'Hearn, with Skull Crushed,
Refuses to Tell Who Tried
to Kill Him.
Faee to fare with possible death, Michael
O'Hearn, possessor of a hoard accumulated
in the Junk business, refuses to give the
police Information which might lead to the
urn st of his assailant.
IHteotlves Mclionald and Pattulo were
sent to O'Hearn bedside at St. Joseph's
btpital Monday morning to Bet a state
ment from him concerning the brutal as-
cmlt which left him in an apparently dying
ctndltion Sunday night.
O'Hearn turned hla fare to the wall and
refused to talk.
Three persons are under arrest for In-
veitliratlon In connection with the rase.
O'Hearn was found with his skull
and rlpht Jaw fractured, In the rear of his
shop at 81S North Sixteenth street Sunday
night at 7:30 o'clock. He was attended by
Police Surgeon Peppers, who had him re
moved to St. Joseph's hospital. His con
dition was reported to be serious.
O'Hearn when iiuestloned was unable or
unwilling to enlighten the police as to the
cause of his wounds. A woman, Viola
Burke, who lives In the building, said that
she had returned from work iate Sunday
evening when she found O'Hearn lying
on the floor. Neighbors say that there
have been quarrels between O'Hearn and
the woman and that she had lately threat
ened hltn.
Mrs. Martha Brooks, who lives behind
O'Hearn's place, told the police that she
heard O'Hearn fall heavily and groan.
Viola Burke called several doctors, but
refused the assistance of neighbor. At
the hospital it was said that O'Hearn' In
juries were caused by some sharp instru
ment. Beside the Burke woman, the police ar
rested Sam A. Bell, who worked for
i O'Hearn. and Charles Nash, who sleep
In the rear
Junk shop.
of the building adjoining the
To Dissolve the I nlon
of stomach, liver and kidney troubles and
cure biliousness and malaria, take Electric
Bitters. tji.aranteed. 50c. For sale by
Benton Drug Co.
Persistent Advertlfling Is the Road to
Big lleturns
Lived Half
rv c-:'
hand. They were bsnked up against the
land office dixirs and the minute the por
tals were opened there wa a stampede.
Immediately the entire force of clerks set
to work receiving the applications, with
the result that they took In fifty within
four minutes. Within the next few min
ute the number had been increased to
seventy. Not every one present filed on
land, but the majority did. There were
about 310 applications and only fifty tracts
of land.
As soon as the conflicts were straightened
out the matter of the right to file on the
tract came up. There were ss many as
five simultaneous entries on each tract,
and It wa up to the applicants to bid for
the right to file entr-y.
In the number of applicants there were
many eastern people, w hich Is an Indication
that the work of boosting Vtah lands In
the east 1 apparently bringing good re
Foreign Office Assure Russian Min
ister Will Agree Unreservedly.
Report ny itnsslnn llnllnny He
fuse to Transport ttcvrj-nl Car
load of Arm Destined for
Chinese finrrlson.
PKICTNO. March 27 -Chlna Is not pre
pared to antagonize Russia completely and
as a result of prolonged conferences the
Chinese foreign office today assured the
Russian minister. M. Korostovets, that
China will acquiesce unreservedly on Mon
day to the demands made In the Russian
ultimatum concerning the provisions of
the treaty of 1RS1. Russia insisted upon
an answer before Tuesday.
It Is generally considered that there was
no alternative course. In view of China's
utter unpreparedness for war. Intense
Interest is being manifested In the attitude
of Japan, which is obviously holding en
tirely aloof, although more powerful than
ever at Peking.
While the issues between China and Ru.
sia have been almost obliterated by the
recent series of ultimatums ,nnd theoretic
ally Insufficient cause for orrupatlon ex
ists. Russia apparently fears that it could
obtain only paper promises, which the
Chinese would not observe unless Intimi
dated. Russians here point, out that they
have less now In the wav of concessions
from China than when the treaty was
signed. '
Rnaala Jiot Aggressive
Some sections of the legation "tiuirter
ridicule Russia for not following In the
first Instance the recent" ex artftflo' VrV by
Great Britain in occupying territory' and
awaiting Chinese readiness to discuss the
contested points. Rut it Is recognised that
Russia, by failing to do this, has shown
that It does not possess aggressive de
signs. The Chinese newspapers, which are
Intensely Ignorant of foreign affairs, are
vtry hostile against Oreat Britain.' which
country they accuse of beginning the pres
ent land grab, and they prophesy that both
Japan and France will not be long in
following salt.
Reports from Harbin ay the Russian
railway has refused to transport several
carloads of arms and ammunition destined
for Chinese garrisons on the frontier. KTom
elsewhere in Manchuria come indications
of Japanese readiness to invest south Man
churia should the Husslun Investment in
the north assume a serious aspect.
In a current If sue the Peking Dally News,
in an editorial evidently Inspired by the
Chinese foreign board, declared that China
would not submit to the aggressions of
various powers and would not sign awav
Its national rights, which muat be taken
irom tnma. Whether this was only a
threat Intended to assist China's diplomacy
tomorrow should show.
Nobody a Two (lid
to learn that the sure way to cure a cough
or cold Is with Dr. King's New Discovery.
60c and 11.00. For sale by Beaton Drug Co.
This extremely painful foot trouhle muat
receive prompt attention or It may lead to
serious consequence. The frist thliiK to
do is to cut an old ehoe ho that all prentoire
lc taken away Irom the part affected. Then
reduce the Inflamatlon hy
a hot foot bath each night
In which two tahlespoon
fuls of I'aloride compound
ha been dlnolved. This
will Immediately ohrlnk the
BwelliiiK and take out all
the goreneaa so that the
InsrowInK part of the nail
can lie cut away. A small
piece of cotton should be
pushed under the edae of
the nail to keep it away
from the flesh. Caloolile
lias a remarkably quick ac
tion on all foot ailments,
liy It uhc corns and cal
louses can be peeled off in
a short time and bunions reduced and re
lieved. Sweaty smellinK feet and tender
feet are cured by one or two applications,
t'alocide is no longer confined to doctors'
use but can be bouKht from any druKKlst
or he will get It ipiickly from his whole
sale house. A packaKe with sufficient
quantity to put the worse feet in fine con
dition can be lioimlit tor twenty-five cents.
This will prove a welcome Item to persons
who have been usinK ineffective powders
and tablets Adv.
w j0um
Hotel Loyal
Opposita the Pot Oflue
Fireproof l.uropeia
Rooms without Bath. SI Stand SI M
With Bath $. snd up.
Her. Aaa-wet Illlkeman Bad Her. .?.
H. f'arrena Are to
Iter. Angust Wlkeman. pastor ftf the Fort
Calhoun Freshyterlan rhnrrh and Tier.
James B. Curren. superintendent of the
Pnlibath school of the Omaha Freshytery.
received promotion Monday at the special
meeting of the Omaha Presbytery, held at
the First Freshyterlan church.
Mr. Hllkeman received his "dismissal"
from the Omaha district and will leave
at once to have charge of the Sunday
schools of the Tresbytery of Oeorge all
the territory runnfng northwest from the
center line of Towa to Oregon. Rev. M.
Currens will have charge of the Sunday
schools In the P.ox Butte Freshytery'. In the
northwest rart of Nebraska.
Fifteen of the members of the Omaha
district were present at the meeting, the
only business being to vote on the other
allowing the two promoted minister their
dismissal from this district to go to their
new positions. The regular meeting of the
Omaha Presbytery will be held April 17-li
at Florence. No appointments have been
made as yet for the men to fill the vacan
cies made by the leaving of Rev. Mr
Hllkeman and Rev. Mr. Currens.
Feel of my muscle
Sr how I hustle
CampMVs Soups
M vke me win every tu tsle.
Look for the red-and-white
That label assures
you of delicious pure
wholesome soups made
of the highest-grade
materials, and prepared
with all the daintiness
and care possible in the
finest home.
It pays you to insist on
A positive guarantee
of satisfaction goes with
every can. You get
your money back if not
altogether pleased.
And you cannot realize
how good they are
until you try them.
2 1 kinds 1 0c a can
lust add hot water,
bring to a boil,
and serve.
Joeipa Caupkll
Camden N J
Look for the
Gray hair is a mark of age, and
nothing that can be said aa to Its
beauty will effect the disadvantage
of this mark of age set upon your
Wyeth'a Sage and Sulphur Hair
Remedy darkens the hair and re
stores it to its youthful beauty. Our
grandmothers and their grandmothers
before them used Sage and Sulphur
for darkening their hair. Nothing
has ever been found more effective
for this purpose than these two
time-honored remedies, but Wyeth,
a modern chemist, has combined
the two with other Ingredients
which make a delightful dressing for
the hair, and which not only remove
every trace of dandruff but promote
the growth of the hair as well.
All druggists are authorized to re
fund the money if it falls to do exact
ly as represented.
This preparation Is offered to the
public at fifty cents a bottle and Is
recommended and sold by
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.,
and Owl Drug Co.
Writ For This BrJ'lUlLJ
Wt will end too an illustrated book on th Lr of th
Hair FRIlK. it tells tou how you oansmsilyrestore you
Stair to any desired stiade. It certainly is worth a poatai,
Figure it yourself! There's an
actual "20 Drop'' in most all of
these grocery and meat prices. (These
specials for Tuesday and Wednesday)
Phone Doug.
SUSAl 21 lbs.
riuKar, for . . .
ri.OX7K 24 lb.
saik be--t
patent flour . . .
twit pal-
em flour
BOA7 lil bars Diamond C
or Heat Kiu All 2&C
ITOBT IOir-o bars of
tbe 5c tze for 19c
OU X 2D Mule
regular 1 ic size ...... So
APOLIO Keg-uUr 10-
size cake, for 70
poHiier. of Mi2e. at . . .c
ll.a. best Krailc for . afto
cans, her, at yalLun 350
J AT AS RICH iiest Ja4an
Koe, at, lb 5o
R. E. Welch Grocer
Montgomery and Stone
sing their -rT
ji rff Jew
I -VftVHWMaMI 4l
"Travel, Travel Little Star"
Victor Turpi Label Record No. 700M. Twelve-inch, $1.25
It is only natural that such clever, versatile
and amusing comedians as Montgomery and
Stone should join the ranks of exclusive Victor
artists. And for their first number they have
sung the funny "Travel, Travel Little Star",
which is scoring a big success in their produc
tion, "The Old Town".
This Victor Record is a perfect copy of their voices and'
mannerisms, and can be heard at any Victor dealer's. Ask
him for an April supplement which contains a complete list of
new single- and double-faced Victor Records with a detailed
description of each.
Out today
with the April list
of new Victor Records
To get best result, uie only
Victor Needles on Victor Record!
And be sure to hear theVictor-Victrola
' I. an II mmm nil mini i , imuiii. i n
15th and Harney
334 Broadway,
3 luJ
Good Cheer in the Morning
A Cozy Room in the Evening
are assured if you have
A Gas Heating Stove
No matter how you have chilled your sleeping room
during the night
A Gas Heating Stove
will modify the ;
temperature in a few moments in the morning.
When the twilight hour'comes, or toward bed time,
when your other heat supply is low
A Gas Heating Stove
provides just
the degree of heat you want.
They are convenient, good to look at economical,
and they cost from $2.50 UP
1544 or Ind. A.-2511
grade, it. lb 60
POTATOES Hest Colorado,
dry, ineaiy, bushel. .. .760
TBA8T FOAM Specialed
here, at, each 3o
COBsT KXJUi 10 lb. sack,
here for iSc
OAT 1CXAX. liest rolled
li) lbs. for 360
OA MTXAL Beat rolled.
2 patkage for 16o
ford's 2lc 1 lb. cans 18o
lAiiaa powbb ( uiu-
tnet. Z'.'C 1 lb. cans for 160
TEAJs 'hiute &i Saiig-orn's
Sue tea, at. lb 670
COrTIB t'hiui and San
born a, here, at, lb 300
O LIT KB I. m ice ueens.
regular 4Uc sizu, at . .35c
heavy syiup, kfc tans 190
PEAS Corn, Tomatoes, 15c
grade, Juz. $1.10, caj. 10c
CHXKBXES I'itted. red or
white. uCc can for ....8-30
OASOUafE 5 KA-lons
buc. or gallon 13c
I.BAP X.AJLD 1J hi lbs.
here for $10
HAJMS Sui-ar cured. Cali
fornia, at, lb Bo
h re-h, line, at, lb Bo
SPAKE RIBS No, 1 frale.
litre, at lb. .... Bo
CO KM BEEP 'lata or
hi lake t, at, lb. ft
lxns, here, at, lb. ....10o
at, per pound laVgO
Old Town" hit
Struts, Omaha.
Council Bluffs.
Here, at, lb 16c
Mere, at, lb 36c
at, lb BO
BAMS No. 1 sugar cured,
at, per lb 13VsO
BACOsT No. 1 sugar cured,
at, per lb &3Vte
PORK X.OIBS No. 1, With
lenderloiu at, per lb., 16c
OYSTERS Sealsulpt. at,
per quart BOO
LAK1 ROAST Kurequar-
tera. at. lb Bo
LAMB STIW-Ku. 1. Uvra.
at, per pound Bo
Here, at, lb. 16c
CTKEESBfer lb. ....Bos
Farnam St.