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Bee. Cotter than any tod lest tha. a p.nny WEATnER FORECAST. For Nebraska OrnaraMy fair. For lowg Generally fair. - VOL XL NO 291. OMAHA, WEDNKSDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1 91 1-TWEIATE PAGES. SINGLE COPY TWO. CENTS. he Omaha Daily SEWAEMYO.WH TO MAKE CHAi IffaJoT General Wood Decide Enlarje Territory of Depart . ( meat of Missouri. 0L02AD0 WILL BE ' EXCLUDED Chret Brigade Poiti Will Be Taken from Jurisdiction. IT AIT TO BE SENT TO CHICAGO Iffairs Purely Military Will Be ' Directed in This City. DIVISION HEADQUARTERS MADE department Commanders to Have Direct Chars Over Posta and Troops, bat Not o Admlats- ' , tretlvo Mattrre. (From a Staff Correspondent.) WASHINGTON, V. C, May S3. (Special relnrram.) Order, which have brn under Knidratlnn for a fortnight or mora : by lha chief of taff and higher official of Ih War department. crcKnn new depart-i-ienta and divisions of th United 8tates irmy, will In all probability be, liiaued to kiorrow, final proof on order having ben received today, " In the new arrangement tha Department If Missouri, with headquarter at Omaha, will be snmewat enlarged although three brigade ponta -u Lcavnworth. Fort Riley ind Fort !.. A. Riiaaell, will be taken out . Jf th Department of Missouri and aa ilpned directly to the central division with fieadquartera at Chicago. Under . the new . order, the Department If Missouri will' Include Iowa and Kansaa, with, the exception, of the military reser vations , of , Leavenworth and Riley, Ne braska, South Dakota and Wyoming, ex :eptlng that part of Tel I own tone National parVt, located therein and the military . ' ' Staff Goe to Chlcagro. Affair purely .military will be" directed In- this department from Omaha, where 1 brigadier general and aide and. quarter master will be located. The staff which haa heretofore been maintained at Omaha Is .to be , transferred to headquarters of the. central division at Chicago, under Command of a major general. Here will be located the judo advocate general, com.1 tilssary general and other officer needed in the conduot of tha administrative branch; ar tn army. . v . . , Whila the dignity which haa 'here tofore prevailed about the headquarter at Dmaha will be considerably lessened by, reason of the transfer of the etaff to divis ion headquarter . the acqulslon of Colo-' rado to the Department of Missouri will iff set tha loss of Leavenworth, Riley and, D. A. Russell. , Under the new ardera tha department Snmmanriera will h.nIu Ai MHnmmnA aver tha post and troops m their depart ment, but In all matters of admlnlstra tlort ,tb post will report to division head-"avarfcj--. r,'v;v.v - . .....,, Major General Wood haa had the matter if division under consideration .for time upon the theory, probably,. that what iver lr new Is good. Borne of '"" oftler of ficers on Service at the T"a. - spartment 10 not take kindly to the new arrangement ind believe It will b short lived, although k number of them believe!, In the formation 3f divisions through which all matters of idmlnlstratlon are to be transacted. Changes will take place July 1. ' Omaha Resolutions la. , Senator Brown today Introduced reaolu Uons from the Commercial olub of Omaha favoring tha amendment of the corporation lax law .whereby it ahall be made permissi ble for corporations and companiea to make returns a of the close of their fiscal Vtars; , also a resolution adopted by tha Commercial club of Omaha favoring tha proposed negotiation between the United States and Great Britain. William F. Garley and wife of Omaha "r la Washington on a visit to Mr. Gur- ley's parents, who res Ids in Georgetown. ' Irr Mr. Gurley's opinion Prealdent Taft la much stronger in Nebraska than ha was a year go. Mr. Ourley wiU go to New York , before returning west John Q. Andtrson of Chamberlain. 8. D.. Is In Washington upon business before tha Interior departnint Ells Her Five Children and Commits Suicide ". B RAM BACH. , Saxony. May SiDriven temporarily insane by an acouaatlon of theft, a woman her today' killed her five children and than committed suicide. the weatheb; For Nebraska Fair; warmer. For Iowa Fair; warmer. Dec. ... 76 ... il ... U ... 17 Comparative Local Reeeird. 19H. 1S1(V una. 1908. Highest yesterday 7 71 77 (H lowest yesterday tl 4V 48 M Man temierature 4 60 M M Precipitation ut .00 T .76 Temperature and precipitation departures from Uia normal: Normal temperature...., IWlclency for the dav. i Total excess since March 1 m Normal precipitation.... , .)J inch . rwiclency for the dav 11 Inch - Total rainfall since March 1 t.T Inches IWirieaev since March 1 1M Inches . I lf lt-1rii. V f.r fir u-l 4 In IftiA K I. .k Lefidency for cor. period in tm li inches HrH fraaa atatians at T r M. .06 . M .00 .00 .00 station and 8tate Temp. Hlgh- af Weatkar T iv m Cheyenne, part cloudy It Davenport, clear TO leaver. uan elnuilv t 7 Tl t 74 n 0 w 7 8 St M 74 M 71 7 la Molnea, clear J ltodse City, part cloudy.... tl I-andar. part cloudy 74 North Platte, part cloudy!! 74 Omaha, clear 7 Mi r-ueoio, clear M Keuid City, cloudy Ki Salt Lake City, pert cloudv. 0 .... M .... SJ idy o .00 ra, nesvr... neritan, cloudy.. Moux t'liv. e ear t , Valenilaa. elar ! 7 V taidjcaiee trace of predpitatl on. l A, V tLSU. Local raraaasta- I m S Hour. I -' e VT, I a. m ... IV 'Sjs I ' . 'X V 'Vv' I It m -L-i Afy U w .... t Wk. :::::S! s T p. m n P- a 71 i GrandConhcil . r of British Empire Meets in London .1 1 Imperial Conference, Which it Pre sided Over by Premier, Assumes , . a New Function.. , sanawawaana . ft . LONDON, May IX The Imperial confer ence, which ha , now practically assumed tha function of a grand council of the British empire, opened the third series of Its quadrennial deliberation today under the chairmanship of Premier Asqulth at tha Foreign office. ( , Besides the members of. the Imperial cabinet, fifteen premier and mlniater from the over-the-aea dominion of the em pire discussed' such knotty problem as the co-ordination of the navlea and land force Tor Imperial defense; the declaration of London;' an Imperial court of appeals; an "all-red" transportation line to encircle the globe, and a future constitution of the British empire. The hope la expressed that out of the discussion of the last topic may come some definite proposal for the federation of the empire. The Anglo-American relationship Is likely to be discussed In connection with the question of Imperial defense, as also Is the part which tha Australasian navies are to play In that defense, as Australasians, alnce the visit of the American fleet to that continent three years ago, have come to regard America a a possible ally In the policing of tha Pacific The fiscal question probably will take a back seat In the discussion in view of the determination of the liberal government to keep the door bolted against anything In the nature of Imperial preference. The meetlnga are held In strict privacy, so that the public will have to be satis fied with the mere official fragment of the proceeding given out at the end of the day'a work. y May Wheat Up More Than Two Cents on Chicago Market Stampede Starts Because of Continued Buying in Face of Bearish , ' . . Situation. CHICAGO, May 23 A buying stampede In the wheat crowd on 'ohange. today re sulted In putting up the price of the May delivery more than S eenta a bushel. Al though tha .'bulk of business' Was In other options the advance In them was much less. ' ' '." - - The . rush started because of continued purchases In. the face of bearish news. Popular opinion finally -decided that the baying waa for a famous . speculator who haa not recently been prominent In tba pit. Startled shorts tried to cover and found a- decided 'scarcity of seller. , May -offerings were particularly scarce. It was 'not uhtU that mohtB had1 been run up Sc. that supplies were TortheamlBg. ", . WbHa "th wxdtement was"" at lta height the statement fet'w leading concern whloh haa' been, credited .with bain ta tha lead of tea bulla In the May deal here aauead a formal denial that hi company or any of his customers was IbngV' one bushel. The Idea, that the. contrary, waa tha case haa had a good deal, to do with an Inquiry by, the. Board ; of Trade director Into charge of irregularity which threatened to result' In ' expulsion" of 'mora than - one trader of. wide- prominence. ' The closing, figure for May Wheat, 98c, were 'at the "top point of the day, I'.fcc higher than twenty-four hour before. Part ot the advance was due ta reports that the recent drouth and hot Wave had dona se rious damage to. the crops In the south west. The July option showed at tha end of the day a rtaa of only e, but closed firm at 880..-, Ohio Legislator is Placed on Trial ' spBaassaB ' ' George . B. Nye of Pike County is Charged vith Soliciting Bribe from State Printer. COLUMBIA: O., May .-Representative George. B. Nye of Pike county, who la a physician' at Waverly, waa placed on trial today before Judge Klnkead In tha criminal court on tha charge of soliciting a bribe of 1500 from State Printed Edward A. Cra- ford to vote for the Kimble bill, which re apportioned common pleaa Judicial districts. The 'bill. It i said, waa aimed at Judge A. Z. Blair, of Scioto county, who waa In strumental In cxposlng-the wholesale fraud and vote buying to Adams and Scioto coun tiea. Nya la under Indictment under two other charges of soliciting bribes and la tha first of the. half dosen or more members of tha Ohio legislature ta be placed on trial. Barge Service on the Mississippi Attempt Will Be Made to Rerive River Traffic Between St. Lonii and New Orleans. f NEW ORLEANS. May .-Another step In- reviving traffic on the Mississippi river will bs taken next week by the inaugura tion of a tlftean-day service between Cairo. St. Louis, Memphis and New Orleans, with a fleet of modern steel bargee. The tir barge will reach New Orleans next Sunday and will return north with a oargo of ,; sugar, molasses, - lice, canned foods and oil. The barge rates are so' much lower than railroad rates that the promoters believe more tonnage will be offered than can be readily, cared tar'. -, A weekly aervtca wilt be Inaugurated aa soon as other barges are added. Architect Huston Must Go to Jail Pennsylvania Supreme Court Affirms Sentence of Man Implicated in Capitol Graft HARRISB-URG. Pa., May IS The state auprenie court today affirmed the lower court In tha matter of the appeal of Joseph M. Huston of Philadelphia, archl- ' tect ef the new state capltol building, who 0,1 waa aontenced to serve not less than six f months, nor more than two years 1m 0t priaonment for conspiring with state of 00 ficiaia to defraud the atate In tha erec J Ooa and furnishing af tha capltoL STATEHOOD WINS IN I0WEH UOUSE i - Resolution Affecting Arizona and New Mexico Passed by House . by Viva Voce Vote. ENTIRE DAY SPENT IN ARGUMENT Ariiona Must Vote Again on Recall of Judges. NEW MEXICO HAS ADDED DUTY Must Seek to Make Its Law Easier of Amendment, HOUSTON SAYS RECALL DANGER Representative from Tennessee Opens .Debate and Martin W. Littleton Makes Ills Maiden Speech la Lower Honae. ' WABHINGTON," May 23.-The house late today passed by. viva voce vote, the reso lution granting, statehood to Ar'iaona and New Mexico. . ' . It require Arizona to vote again on the recall of Judges' clause In Its constitution and New Mexico to vote, on the provision to make Its. constitution easier of future amendment.' The closing hours of the long debate on tha measure were given over. In large part, ta speeches denouncing, the Judiciary re call teatura or the Arlsona constitution. The resolution admitting Arlsona provides that thla feature shall be voted on by the people aa a condition to . statehood. Representative Houston of Tennessee, a democrat, opened tha debate today. Tha recall of Judge, he said, would be not only an Innovation, but a source of danger to tne integrity of the courts. Representative Martin ' W. Littleton, of New Tork, democrat, made his maiden speech in tha house, , Premier Monis is Told of Fate of Colleague Has Good Night, but Nearly Collapses When Told of Death, of M. ' ' Berteanx. . ' PARIS,' May C Premier Monls, who so narrowly escaped death at the opening ,of tha Pari to Madrid aviation race on Sun day when Train's monoplane dashed into a group of officials and spectators and killed Mlniater of War Berteaux, passed a good night. ' In fact, tha premier' condition was regarded" aa so satisfactory thla morning that' ha waa Informed of M. Berteaux'e death. When ha aaked as to the condition of M. Berteaux, a member of the cabinet replied:' ."All la over., '' '.' Tor a ' moment la was feared that the shock waa. too much for tha aged premier. Ha fell back In the, bed, tears filling, hi aye. : . LApar, , however, V he mcovreI and talked of the. qualities ot M,"; Berteaux. who waa aa intimate friend of the premier aa well aa bis associate In 'the cabinet. ART DEALERS; PLEAD GUILTY . i Tfwo More Darren Brothers of New ' York Admit Undervalaatloa of Imports. NEW YORK. May 23. Henry - J. and Benjamin J. Duveen, the international art dealers, appeared today in the United States district court and pleaded guilty to an Indictment charging them with under valuation of Imports. . The district attorney asked tor a Jail term, but the court postponed sentence until, tomorrow. " Joseph J. and Louis J. Duveen, brother and also members of the firm pleaded guilty to similar Indictments last March and were fined S10.000. The'firm has already made a cash settlement of 11,200,000 with the government. FRENCH COLUMN AT FEZ Troops trader Command' of General afolaler Eater Capital Wlthoat . Opposition. - TANGIER, May 23. The French column under command of General' Mblnler, en tered Fes on the evening of May tl. ' The French force met with no opposition on the part of rebellious tribesmen, besieging the Sultan's southern capital. All Euro pean In tha city are safe. Catholic BISHOP JAMES DAVIS. - LavenporL BISHOP , .-( '.::. J lri ;cr.;y--... From tha Cleveland Plain Dealer. FIUJT CIIAKGEjNGOYERNMENT Vice President Corral of Mexico Suc ceeded by De la Barra. , DIAZ WILL RESIGN TOMORROW Da la Barra WIU Then Become Acting President aa Msler Will Go to the Capital to Advise . . with Hlm4 JUAREZ. May H. A telegram was re ceived by FranetAjo ' Madero, . Jr., today from Alfred Robins . Domingues, special peace envoy In Mexico City, stating that the resignation of Vice President Corral had been tendered.' '. The newa was taken, to mean that, the vice president's reelimatlon was requested to precede that of President Dlaa,. which Is expected today ' or tomorrow. When President Dias resigns flenor Madero and his . party Immediately will leave for Mex ico City, to advtoo with Senor da la Barra In the political reorganisation of Mexico. Tha exodus of polltioat chiefs continued today and the town waa quiet and peaceful. Boutell Presents "'His Credentials New Minister EayaTributs to Part of. Mountain tSepublio in Fight for "; 7 Civil Liberty, .-- ' i . BERNB, Bwltserland, . May - aHenry Sherman Boutell of Chicago on preaenttng his credentials .as minister to. Switaerland to President ' Rucheltea. paid-a -tribute to tha Swiss republic. During the course of hls.remarka the new minister said: "In the development of civil liberty, of self-government and of popular education, Swltcerland has been the inspiration of all the world, and the people, of our two countries have alwaya had aympathle and aspirations In common.." Vice President Forrer and other mem ber sot the government participated In tha reception.' The president of the. federa tion, a short time after tha audience called on the new American mlniater. Farmer Sticks Head Through Flywheel Engine Starts Suddenly and John P. Miller of Britt, la., is In stantly Killed. MASON CITY, la., May 23. John P. Miller,' a young farmer near Britt, today thrust his head in the flywheel of a gaso line engine, which had stopped on dead center. It suddenly started, catching his head and crushing It, killing him instantly. Bishops Meet in P. J. OARRIdAN. BISHOP RICHARD SCANNELL. BISHOP JAMES J. KEANE bloii O'u Omaha. . Cheyenne. "Hold Still, Jimmy, I'll Get Third Resolution. Will Complicate LorimerCase . '.''" Democrats in Senate Propose Inquiry . Into Jackpot Fund of Illinois Legislature. . WASHINGTON, May : S3.-Tha Lortmer situation in the senate waa further - com plicated late today by the introduction of a third i resolution calling for an investiga tion of the charges of bribery In connection with the election of the Junior senator from Illinois. The resolution waa . offered on behalf of the democratic minority by Senator Martin. It provides specifically for an Inquiry Into the . "Jackpot fund In the Illinois legislature and Its connection with Lorlmer. ' The Martin resolution would ' leave with the committee on privileges and elections the prosecution' of the Inquiry and delegatea to It all the powers of , a court.. The com mittee I authorised toT hold lta session at whatever place It deems moat conveni ent. ' Tha La Toilette resolution would leave to a committee of five new members of ' the senate the' task of conducting" tha Investi gation. Tha aenat ''-today did viot "take tip, -the La Follette resolution, but proceeded to coa- sidefatlon of .the reaoluthm -providing." fol" direct, election of . aenatora.' Senate Asks About Prosecution of ; Oil Official? Resolution Passed Wanting to Know .What Attorney General Will Do. . r WASHINGTON. May .-In formation aa to what step had been taken -.for tha criminal prosecution of the officer of the Standard . Oil . company under the recent decision of the supreme court wad de manded of .the attorney general today by the senate which adopted without debate a resolution of Inquiry ofered by. Senator Pomerene. Tba resolution, names speci fically John D. Rockefeller, William Rock efeller, Henry H. Rogers, Henry M. Flag ler, John D. Archbold, Oliver H, Payne and Charles M. Pratt. ... Although dead, 11. H. Rogers Is named In the resolution as ona of the officers of th Standard Oil . company. The re(oltiln sets forth that . the aut preme cowl held the corporation to be illegal and In effect lta officer guilty of effecting a combination In restraint of trade. Therefore, the resolution continues. the seven men named are liable to criminal prosecution. Omaha It!" " ' A YEDRINE LEADSIN AERO RACE His Car is First to Reach San Sebas . tian on Second Leg of Course. . . GLBERT LANDS AT BATRRITZ Ho Becosaes Lost In Fog Over Bay ( Biscay and la Forced to Stop la Order to Take oa Sapply of Fnel. ' ANGOULEME, France, May 13. "Before an animated crowd the Angouleme-San Sebastian stage of the Parla to Madrid aero race for the. Petit Partslen prise of 320.000 was Inaugurated here thla morning. The first stage of the flight from Issy Lea Moullneauz, Just outside of Paris, to Angouleme waa begun Sunday' In the pres ence of thousands of spectators. On account-of the accident at tha opening of the race, however, which resulted In the death of Minister of War Berteaux and the In Jury to Premier Monls, all of the oon testaa'ta were not able to get awayt - Bom of the aviators, Including M. Train, whose machine waa tha cause of tha tragedy, re tired permanently from the competition. Th "men remaining In tha contest began their . flight on the first stage yesterday, and three of them. - Vedrlno, Olbert and Garros, : succeeded in covering th first atage' from Pari to this -place, a-distance of ?7 tulles, up to yesterday afternoon. Frey mly rot: ,s.f af 'its Etaxnpeo. ' wbaro bis jfiiachma traa namagad In a squall: v Oarros left Angouleme- at S.13 o'clock thl mortiirig and diMrrpearvd southward in hts fl'ghf to Ban Sebastian. ' He waa followed alx- mlutes later by Olbert. - The; constantly 'thickening hate Induoed Vedrlne to poatpone hi atart. but at S:E6 o'clock ha sos red up to a great height to taet . tha atmosphere and than descended, crossing the official tine at 7:10 o'clock. ( At about 3:46 o'clock a crowd of aummer tourists Jammed together on a pier leading to tha famous "Virgin rock" at Blarrttx, cheered, aa Garros appeared through tha hase and sped across the bay of Biscay in the direction .of San Sebastian. Ha arrived at the Spanish city at 11:40 a. m. i' Glbert landed at the aerodrome of Blar rlta at. o'clock for the purpose of taking on a aupply of oil. Ha declared that he bad lost, hi way lr the fog and that ha bad been flying over the sea for two hour. Vedrlne passed over Blarrns at 10:30 a. re, . ', ' :, Vedrlne First to Arrive. , SAiN . SEBASTIAN, Spain, May tt Vcdrine arrived here at 10:5 o'clock this morning from Angouleme, having success fully covered . the second . atage of ' the parts to Madrid aviation flight. ,' Vedrlne said he made no atop between Angouleme and San Sebastian. Passing over the sea, ha encountered dangerous air eddies and ha almost met with a catas trophe near (he Spanish town of Fuen terrnbla. where one of the wing of hi machine graaed tha peak of a huge roc. ; Garros, . who. started from Angouleme at 6 13 o'clock thl morning, crossed the bay of , Biscay and arrived here at 11:40 o'clock. He? was forced to make a stop of two hour ' near Fuenterrabla for fuel. LUMBERMEN DIVIDED ', TRADE TERRITORY Wliaca la Velio w Pino H cartas Saya . Agreement Did Not Work Well aad It Waa Abrogated. ST.. LOUIS. May 23. George. K. Smith, secretary of the Tallow Pin Manufac turers' association, waa called today to conclude bt testimony In the hearing of the atate'a ouster suit against th alleged lumber trust. . An Ironclad agreement between organisa tions representing wholesale lumber firm and retalj doalera, prohibiting "poaching" and providing for the punishment of whole salers who sold or retailers who bought outside the prescribed, limits, was described In an official circular Introduced as evi dence. - The raault of th agreement did not come up to expectation. Smith testified, and It was abrogated two years later. LEAVES MOTHER CHURCH Christian Science Body la Minne apolis Aaaoaaeea Withdrawal . front Oraalaatloa. MINNEAPOLIS. May 33.-A. E. Smith'. C. S. D.. of th Fourth Church of Christ. Scientist, her today gave the Associated Press a copy of a resolution adopted at a meeting of the church members, by which, by a vote of S3 ta.l, th members decided , to . withdraw from the Mother church at Boston. The reasons given in the resolution are that "since the death of Mrs. Eddy, the Christian Science board of director has absolute authority to control the teach ing,'1. . and that tha board condemned Chrtsian . Science, aa taught by Abbot Smith, who waa a personal student of Mra Eddy. The congregation therefore decided to amend its arttclea so aa ta become a rhrlMlan Science, aa taught by Abbot lar action waa taken by the Second Church of Christ of Luluth. with only on dis senting vote. OMAHA: BOOSTERS FIND TROSrERITr "Valley of the Kile of Nebraska" la Richly Beautiful 'and Settled by' Hustlers. . ' 0SHK0SH.IS THE BEST TOWN YET Omaha Boosters Are Royally Treated at that City. . NORTH PLATTE WANT SCHOOL v ;, ., .. . ' Boosters mere Aiier iw,ww Arpro . priated for Agricultural School. " - ' . . j n TRAIN SERVICE IS . UNUSUAL Everywhere Booster Are Drllghted with Hospitality aad the Stick-. . aeaa of Nebraska and Spirit of Business Slea. LEXINGTON, Neb., May . (Special Telegram.) Jieamey 1 tonight trying to outdo Oehkosh In the matter of showing Omaha, but lha new tows with the foreign name' has set ' a pec which will be hard for any town or city In , Nebraska to beat. The concert and ball ilven In honor of tba visitors waa not sufficient The good peo ple of Oshkoah were up bright and early Tuesday momtrvg to meet the train on lta return from North Port and the atralne of the Oshkosh band bid the Omahan fare well aa they left the "valley of the Nile" to begin the day' trip on tha main line. Oshkosh and Omaha are o much alike that Oshkoeh simply' could not let go. To meet tha Omaha business men a num ber of Gertna1 and Bridgeport otUaena cam to North Port by automobile. . Thcae two towns were flatted two year ago by tha Omaha excursion and tha business men, Just could not get along without another look at tha real trade excursionists. Everybody Oat at Broadwater. "Count the 'people at Broadwater depot and you will know what tha population la," aid a message received on the train be fore the train pulled Into the little city, and It took some time to count them, too. Hershey waa a town which could show any bhe' that western. Nebraska la tha rival ot any wheat and small grain growing section In the country . '- . , ' Hundred of little lack ot wheat and oata were given to the visitor. On opening them the yfound not only - prise-winning grain, but a ' little note giving tha facta about' where eaeh'sample waa grown and what tha production per acre was. One nota waa signed by Albert' Morris and aald: "X have raised 8.000 bushel of thl wheat in, WIO, also bOO bushels of corn and SOS bush els of oats." There' I plenty of thla kind of land for el a fa four year I have mad enough money ta .quit farming, and am goln cto at.ll my own place." .'. -. . - Equally astonishing were th other figure found In tha llttl aaeka of grain. North Flatta 'Alt Now tebssL i -. 'Whan tha bualneau men arrived In North, FhttJe th cltiiene. that gaily decorated railroad, center wrrw out wttaho' glad hand and 'iot 'in. many good word tor Korth Platte as the Ideal location for tha Western Nebraska Agricultural college. Mayor- Pat terson took a . number to the atate farm near North Platte, including P. p. Fodrea, tha official apeaker, who returned to North Platte In tima to mak an address and tell tha , people of North Platte . that tha Omahans would support their city for tha agricultural school unless during th com ing our day soma' other city managed to mak a better Impression on the visitor., North Piatt waa correspondingly con fident that Omaha will do whatever nnul. ble to get tha school' located at th head of ' tha valley which Is showing th Omahan how much of ' tha future pros perity of th big city depend on th ag ricultural development in the North Piatt valley. On down through tha valley tha train worked it way, passing, between long lines of school children at many of the towns. At Maxwell th children had flag aad were singing songs of Omaha when tha visitors arrived. "Sing a ong of Omaha, tbl day la full of awe, Bring your flag' and wave them Just for Omaha, Coma along and Join ua now,' there la room for all,' - While we are boosting for Omaha. ' Hurrah, hurrah, hurrah for Omaha, Hurrah, hurrah, hurrah for Omaha, Let ua all sing Joyfully, waving aa wa go. While ! we ar boosting for , Omaha." That is what th little folk ot North Platte valley are singing . and next to "America" they know Omaha the beat' Railway BervJce Is Good. . Noting tha enormous Improvement being made by the Union Pacific, the Omahan wired Vice President Mohler of that rail road, --telling him how much they appre ciated tha. work and that their trip waa successful, trains always on schedule and service never better. They told Mr. Mohler that they were realising a' neve before tha possibilities of tha section through whlcb they were passing. To thla message tha chief of th Union Pacific replied: "Wa ar proud of our Ynen, proud of our railroad nd quite proud of our patron. Will be gld to have you notice what haa been done with the large amount of money expended In the Improvement of our track-and equipment" rn rtvOT owns. OBKOSH. Neb.. Msy 23. -(Special Tele-' gram.) Starting back by tha Overland from KlrobaJI at S o'clock Monday morning, Base Ball tickets.; Cans of Farrell '8 Syrup. Boxes of O'Brien's Candy. . Quart Bricks of DalzelPi Ice Cream. All tao awajr fre to thoaa who find their same la the . want ada. Read the want ad ovary day, your name wtU appear aoraeUm snay b mora than one. No putties to aolvt nor aubacrlp. tloDi to (et Just rd tha want da ; Turn to tha want ad ' pat now.