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KJMAllA, tJUDAl, MAI Lb, VJIL.
Iowa Funeral Directors Aik Attorney
General to Investigate.
UY AGAINST INSURANCE LAWS
tewa an 4 MlnnrMU Join In Effort
to "tost Greek Labor Rtor
tlons that Hare Been
(From a Ftaff forrnpondfnt )
PES MOINES. In., Mav (Pp.Tia.1 Tl--Tam
) Resolutions akln? that Attorney
General Coupon Investigate the burlnl aa
aoclatlnna In thin state witp pnspoil at
the convention of ttm lows Funeral DItt
tor's association, The wirlprtakors contfnil
that such associations are clearly IIIpvhI
and that they exist In several cltla In
Iowa. They offlolally ask that a probe he
utarted to drive those onranlzntlnns out of
existence. Member of such assorlntinns
contribute dues, the fund beln used to pay
the burial expense!. It la alleged that the
combination are contrary to the Insurance
laws of Iowa.
"Be It Ifceaolved, That w tjlcournc;e the
election of undertakers as coronprs." was
another resolution reported by the commu
te which waa passed.
Three J a dates to Act.
.Tudire Walter I.'1 Smith, I'nltfd States
circuit JudRo for the' Ninth Judicial district,
and Judge Flmer B. Adams, circuit Judire
for the district of New Mexico, have been
selected by District Jiirl;e Smith Mcl'her
snn to Assist him In the trial of Important
Injunction cases In Kansas City, Kan. In
ease he decides the Iowa express rate cases
must go' to three Judges, this court will
probably be. the one to act.
Iowa and Minnesota have Joined hands In
an effort to put a stop to the Oreek labor
extortions which have been practiced In
Mason City and other northern cities for
several -years. E. V. Van Iueyn, state
labor commissioner. Is . In Mason City,
where he la conferring- with the labor com
missioner of Minnesota over a plan of ac
tion for both atatea simultaneously to In
stitute proceedings to prosecute the Greeks
who operate on both sides of the state
OIL RULE WRONG
L , (Continued from Pae One.)
as Is done In the opinion to show that according-
to the rule of reason the act
Iaaed by congress should be Interpreted
as If It contained the word 'unreasonable'
or the word 'undueT
ay Court Reverses Itself.
"The only answer which, In frankness,
can be riven to this question la that the
court Intends to decide that Its deliberate
ludtrment fifteen years ago to the effect
that the act permitted no restraint what
ever on Interstate commerce, whether rea
sonable or unreasonable was not In accord
ance with tfie Yule of reason.' In effect
the court says that It will now, for the
first time, bring the discussion under the
light of reason'- ands apply the Yule of
reason' to the questions to be decided. I
hava tha authority of this court for saying
that such a course of proceeding on Its
part would be 'judicial legislation.' "
Justice Harlan maintains the court should
hava replied emphatically to the Standard
Oil attorneys when they Insisted on a -reversal
of the former ruling' of the court
"That Question, according to our prac
, tloe, (a not open for further discussion here.
- This court long ago deliberately hell (I)
- ir.at.Jlha act Interpreting Its words In their
j - ordinary acceptation prohibits all restraints
I f interstate commerce by combinations In
- Whatever form and whether reasonable or
unreasonable; (2) the question relates to
matters of publlo policy in reference to
commerce among the atatea and with for
eign nations and congress alone can deal
with the aubjaotj 3 .thta court would en
croach on tha authority of congress If
' under tha guiaa.ef construction it should
assume to determine a matter of public
lv paruea must go to congress
and obtain, an amendment of the anti-trust
act If they think this court was wrong In
Us former decisions, and. (&) this court
cannot and wil no, judlcJlll,y
since its XuncUon la to declare law, while
U belong. .the legi.iatlv. department to
make the law." '
Comment White'. Words.
Then referring to the phrase which Chief
"Such a course. I -am sure, would not
have offended the 'rule of reason '
JuaUca Harlan acknowledges that his
brethren had deemed It beat . pursue a
S cour- r fat which he ad
Ju Ke, to those who condemn our former
decisions and who object to all legislative
p.ohl,,lt,on. of CHntnK,8 combu.
C m" r'"tra'nt f commerce.
2Tvih S "0W re,,,raln ,uch con.rn.rc
Provided you are reasonable about It; only
The disposition of the case under con
.ld.r.,,on a,crd.ng fo the views of the
defendant, will, ,, .Ialmed
O- .h.Mt ,h bUS'nM ot country
?h.t H w ' h"Ve ,tron "Action
that It will throw the business of the
country Into confusion, the Injurious ef
Jecu of which will be f.,t for many year.
to come. '
, "'" pronihited every con-
r. C. 'n r moQPo'y In re-
traJnt ef commerce. It prescribed a slm-
L Tlt?l ,hat "" " "'"-!
land and which could be easily applied
by every one wl.-hlng to obey the law and
not to conduct his business In violation of
the law. But now it is ,0be feared we
are to have. In cases without number the
constantly recurring difficulty to solve bv
proof-whether partlculur contract comhl
nation or truet involved in each case Is .
I. not an 'unreasonable' or 'undue- r,
tralnt of trade. .
"Congress In effect !! that there shoul
be nu restraint of trade. In any form m
this court solemnly adjudged many yea
ago that congreaa meant what tt thus a',
la clear and explicit words and that
could not add to the words of the act. V
those who condemn the action of .-oner
are now. In effect. Informed that the cou-;
will allow such restraints of Interstai'
commerce as are shown not to be unreason
able or undue."
The JuauYe Incorporated in his prepare '
opinion In effect what he said orally In
dlaaentlng In regard to the dangers of J i
"The supreme law of the land." he added
which la binding alike on all-on pre.
dents, congress... the count and the people-give,
to congre. and to congress
alone, authority to r.gulate InteraUit
commerce and when corisress forbid, an
restraint of such commerce. In any form
J1 mu.t obey It mandate.. To overreai l.
the action of congress merely by judiCa
construction, that hi by ImiUecliou. 1. u
blow at th lntrlty of our gov.rnmenta
ay stem and In the end. will prove mot
tfangerou. to all."
t. Lob I. Kmbra.ler t. Paroled.
ST. LOl'Ia. May IV-Wllliam tfar.-u
former inauag.r ..I a locai la-ater. pkad
guilty today to rhargia of oieizlins J .
M of the theater', fund. . , ,..
i-4 ut serve five yars lu the p.niit-n-1
GOVERNOR OF NEW JERSEY WHO
GOES THROUGH OMAHA FRIDAY.
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' -.I" , -'d
- - ;
tlary. Oaren was paroled so that he will
not have to serve his time In prison. He
reiurned the greater part of hi. etnbezzle
AT 4:54 O'CLOCK
(Continued from Page One.)
be more trouble throughout Mexico."
Commenting on iaxt night's demonstra
tion In Mexico City, Provisional President
Francisco I. Madero, Jr., made this state
ment today and added that uprisings In the
Interior are the result of a tendency to
dtstruHt President Diss's avowed Intention
',Bo long as General Diss remains In
power the country will be In unrest and
clashes between the old-time federals and
the Insurrectionists will be .'Inevitable. The
people have the right to parade the street,
and voice their sentiments In a popular
way. They are beginning to realise for the
first time the right, of free speech. That
the federal soldiers and police last night
fired upon people waa to be expected.
That Is the old way of suppressing the
Personally, I believe, General Dlax will
resign as soon as he possibly can. Thing,
have gone too far for him to retract. He
baa pledged himself to the ' world and
there is now no excuse for him not doing
so. Tha fact that be is ill will not release
him from the obligation.
"I realize that the sooner I reach the
City of Mexioo, the sooner peace will be
restored. . W hile I am certain of my po
sition, the people in the Interior who are
accustomed to being deceived, will not be
lieve a change of government Is at hand
until Dlax resigns.
"I am still uncertain when I will leave
possibly not for a week. I prefer to go
without having to travel through an usual
route. I want to go by the way of Chi
huahua, so that on my way I may pacify
the states of Zacatecas, Agua. Callentea,
Coahulla, Jalisco, Durango and other
states. The reason for my delay is that I
wish first to put soma of my provUton&l
governors in power."
OHOKRS ATTACK (W . SJATUXrO
Lelalature Refo.es to '-. Install Got
raw Appointed by Mndero. ,
JUAREZ. May 25. A resumption of hos
tilities In the state of Coahulla was or
dered today. Francisco I. Madero gave in
structions for the InsurrectQ. forces In that
state to advance on Saltlllo,' the capital, a
city of .21,009 population, with a view of
taking It from the federals and. forcibly
establishing the provisional governor there.
Coahulla Is one ot the four states In
which Madero asserts It had been agreed
he should Install his provisional governors.
Madero today received advices that the
legislature there had refused to install
Senor Venus Pino Carranxa, who had been
chosen for that -post.
The Insurrecto leader then Issued In
structions by telegraph for the Insurrectos
to advance on the city and open an attack
A statement Issued from Insurrecto head
"There has been received in the office of
the provisional government news that the
legislature of Coahulla has refused to turn
the government over to Senor Caranxa and
that it has been proposed to Install In his
place Pragedla de la Plna or Dr. Carlos
Vlescay Labatoon. v
"The provisional president, who knows
.perfectly well that public opinion favors
Senor Carranxa and that he was the pop
ular candidate for governor In the last
election and would have been elected by a
majority of votes, does not with to yield
to the legislature and he has given the
neceFsary Instructions for the Insurrecto
forces to advance on the capital of Coa
hulla and compel the legislature to act In
accord with the aspirations of the revolu
tionists. It I. probable the federal forces
will Join with the Insurrecto.."
Omaha Lad Who Views the
Mexican War in Safety
Fresh from the scenes ot battle in
Mexico and bearing the tan of ex
posure In that southern clime. E. O.
Koyce. civil engineer, returned to
Iiis home in Omaha Thursday.
Mr. Itiiyce has been employed on
the engineer staff of the Pt-ureon
:uu in .Mi-xku. Thiuu.h the trvn.i
oiu period ot the ruvolulion ho
worked with the raulroad .-ii;iiieei-s.
ile came back bearing picture of
the strenuous scent, through whkh
Foreign capital and the Industrial
evrlopment of Mvtlcu ha. m.t been
a.gely diMurbed by tha revolution,"
aid Mr. Hove. "Work ha. been
iiushel right along on niont of the
piojrct. In (a t, the management
of the interest of Lord Peat ton. a
British caaul:fct. whj 1. brhlral thu
mad on which 1 was umpljyed. de
cided that It v.o,i. be cheaper to
Weep at work tlian tj .hut Uowu
during the ho.' Hi tin'
W).:le in l.l i uto and Juares
shortly attar thu lmt big battle of
Uu i i-k-.il.it; M.u i. it:-. i::y.-; tnt
-nd cluiiud it!i Guy iJ. Cure, itiff
-o: i o.:dwnt of Th O.-.'.u'.ia lie.
Iib alto taw Jov t'.rioll, the
Un.uha ncwtloy. who ha- Ly
ing fortune wiiU the Li.sui.viia.
"There will probably be t. uui-.llu
vtailare in ilcxlco for vnui .3in
to come." added Mr. Ro.vce. "A lot
. f thoee peon, have Uarned that
nan on hoisebaik With a gun can
rt a great rnanv thing, for noth
ing and It will be a long time before
to real work for a living."
NO MEETING PLACE IS CHOSEN
Boiler Makers Defer Action for Next
MAY CHANGE NAME SLIGHTLY
Pome Think that Word "Interna.
ttonal"' Create. Wrong; Impres-
slon When laed to Desig
nate the Association.
To avoid the long discussion and the lob-
ibyln that always accompanies the selec
tion of a place for a convention, the Inter
national Boilermakers' association decided
to leave the question to the executive
There waa some opposition to the plan,
but a matorlty was In favor of avoiding
the argument over various attractive cities
and no vote will be taken on next year's
convention. All of the speakers afrreed
that Omaha has been hospitable and In
every way an Ideal city for the convention
this year and although some men thought
it was a long way west, all spoke of the
splendid attendance that has been brought
out for thi. year.
A proposal was made by the treasurer of
the 'association, i Frank Oray of Bloom
Ington, III., that the word "International"
be dropped from the name .of the organisa
tion. The objection Is that nearly all labor
societies use this term, "mtrrnatlonal" and
It has led to some confusion as. to the pur
poses of the master boiler makers, who
have no idea of being a labor union or
Committees on a number of Important
subjects In boiler making and Inspecting
reported during the morning session and
will continue today. The discussion over
the means of selecting a place for meeting
came when the law committee reported, of
which C. L. Hempell of Omaha Is chair
man. The committee recommended the
change. The election ot officers will be
held Friday morning.
The Supplymen's association, which al
ways meets with the boiler makers to help
the local committees In entertainment
elected officers this morning as-follows:
President, W. H. 8. Bateman, Philadelphia;
vice president, Charles Caracadln, Chicago,
and secretary-treasurer, George Slate, New
THE OMAHA MEN
(Continued from Page One.)
tee, when the train came to a stop on
being flagged at Lorn ax this morning.
"There were fifty people on the plat
form at Lodi, why did not the train stop?"
was asked of Mr. Kelly, a few minutes
"Because that town was not on the
map, when we planned this trip," ex
plained the big boss, "but we will send
back some souvenirs tor the fifty people
on the platform. x
The bells were sent to the disappointed
people at Lodi with due apologies for
not stopping at a town where the paint
Is not yet dry.
Thus the Omaha boosters realised, that
while many people ate leaving the older
counties In eastern Nebraska, the central
and western parts of the state are getting
many of them and they are building new
towns along the branches of the Union
Pacific. The population along the lines
of this railroad north of the Platte river
has increased 106,000 in the last ten years
and the territory through which the trade
excursion ha. been passing shows the new
Ufa, 'which these .people . are putting Into
the heart of Nebraska.
The trip over the Callaway branch was
especially interesting to the Omahans and
the people along the line were more than
cordial. They had welcomes for the boost
ers even out In the country. Between
Sumner and Eddyvllle, a farmer stood near
the right-of-way fenoe ringing a dinner
bell In response .to the whistle of the
train. School was out at Eddyvllle and
Sumner, the teachers had marched to the
train with their children and all stood
patiently In line until every pair of little
hands had bells and more souvenirs than
they could hold. Flags were conspicuous
One of the Incidents ot the trip waa a
stop Just out of Sumner, When a little
bare footed boy lumped off a horse and
came running toward the train to see
If he could not get some souvenirs. He
said he had been milking, when the train
pulled In and jumped on his horse to ride
Into town,' two miles and get bis share.
The fact that Raymond W. Hayward bad
failed to hear the whistle and had to run
and catch the train, gave this milk boy
a chance to get several milk buckets full
Dawson county did Its best to show the
Omahans the good will of the people In
that county where there are 3,700 people
more than there were ten years ago.
It Is through suoh territory as this that
the Union Pacific is to extend Its line forty-five
miles northwest of Callaway Into
Logan county and later into McPherson,
through Gandy and Into Tryon. Thua two
counties, now without a mile of railroad,
will be opened up to greater agricultural
Buffalo county welcomed the party back
E. O. BOTCB.
some of thera get ready to to back
m . - -i -.- .& - a
w -r w tf
at Miller, where a banner over sixty feet
In length was stretched across the street,
saying "Welcome Omaha Boosters." There
to keen rivalry between the towns along
the Callaway branch, and Miller is one of
those which started In to outdo everything
else on the line. Handbills were sent Into
the country several days ago which read as
follows: "Come to Miller and see Omaha's
big trade excursion on .Wednesday, May
24, at 10:20 a. m. The big trade excursion
will roll into Miller. This Is a solid Pull
man, all steel train of tha finest equipment
on wheels, consisting of standard sleepers.
diners, compartments and observation cara,
with a private car for the band; carrying
an electric light plant, complete telephone
system and tons of advertising souvenirs,
Including the popular bells:
"Hear the big band,
"Hear the big whistle,
"See the big parade.
"The business men of Miller Invite all
their customers to be present and Join with
them in extending appropriate greetings to
the leading business men of Nebraska'.
Jobbing center. Be sure and get here In
time. By order of the committee."
This bill resulted In farmers driving In
twenty-two and twenty-seven miles to meet
the Omahans, and the first question aaked
waa "How many people were there back
at Sumner 7"
To all appearances Miller was successful
In getting people In from the longest dls
tance, and it waa a good crowd of sub
stantial Nebraska farmers who assisted In
welcoming the Omahans.
The engineers' have been given orders to
make extra etops wherever there are people
on a platform whether thera Is a stop
.cneauieo or not. This was true when the
train pulled Into Watertown. At least fifty
people were waiting "Just to see the train
go by," but the train did not go by It
eioppea and unloaded souvenirs, and at
least one merchant will buy In Omaha in
the future who has been sending his money
to Missouri lor many years.
Headed for North Bend, after running
up tne spaiding branch during the night,
the excursionists will run over the follow
ing territory Friday:
c ,., -. , Arrive. Depart.
faldln 8:U0 am 8:lam
il" Rapid. .... :15 am 10:00 am
Sf, f1" 10 17 am W:32 am
enoa 12:15 pm 12:35 pin
lblon 1:26 pm 1:55 pm
St. Ldward 2:37 pm 8:10 pm
Munroe j:M pm 4:06 pm
con ; 4:17 pm 4:30 pro
Benton j..10 pm 6-M m
bchuyler .'6:40 pm 6.16 pm
S?fr "".,... . 6:35 pm 6:46 pm
North . Bend 7:06 pm 10:00 pm
CHAEGE OFTHE TSAJDE-BOOSTINO
(Apologies , to the Laureate.)
Perpetrated In appreciation of Omaha's
Treble-Boosting Kxcurslon, May, 191L
By Rev. J. Alexander Jenkins.
Many a league, many a league
Many a league onward.
Out of Ak-Bar-Bens domain
Rode the One Hundred!
"Forward, ye Hons of Trade!
Forward, ye Undismayed!"
Out of Ak-Sar-Ben s domain
Rodo our One Hundred.
"Forward, ye 6ons of Trade!"
was there a man afraid?
No, for the Hundred knew
No one had blunder d: ,
Theirs not to frown or sigh.
Theirs not to reason why.
Theirs goods to sell or die.
Over the calm-rolling Platte '
Rode the One Hundred.
Cities to the right of them.
Cities to left of them.
Cities In front of them,
lieckon'd and wonder'd.
Stalwarts with good, to sell.
Ready their tale to tell.
Able to do It well,
Flash'd out the engine's glare,
Klawh d as their train rent air.
Steadily getting there.
Charging the cities, while
Silver for Weddings
The supreme fitness of silver
for the niarringe gift remain, un
challenged. A gift of solid Bluer is a
thing uf beauty a. Joy forever. Not
only does it artistically embody the
.entiiuent which the giver seek, to
convey, but It la practlcully Imperish
able. In our stock you wll find a
world of suggestions for gifts.
- Nlxtnenth and Harney.
60c to 75c value ........ 28?
75c to 11.50 value 43
High Class Guaranteed Goods.
A. L. Meland
14U7 Douglas St.
Hardware Tools Cutlery
All the West wonder'd:
Onward, with song and Joke,
For not a man was broke:
Fodrea and Campbell
heel d off the farts, and spoke
While plaudits thunder'd.
Then thev rode back to us,
Did the One Hundred.
Cltie. to right of them.
Cities to left of them,
Cities behind them.
Cheer d them and wonder'd:
Were they not treated well?
Nothing but good befell,
Walt for the tales they'll tell.
When o'er the spreading Platte,
Back from their hustling spell,
Weary, but happy come
Nor can their glory fade.
Progress e er follows Trade,
N er are they sunder'd.
Honor the T'nafrald.
Honor the Undismayed,
United States Fleet
is at Copenhagen
Four Battleships Commanded by Bear
Admiral Badger Are Given a
COPENHAGEN. May 26. Copenhagen
turned out today to greet the Second divi
sion of the United States Atlantlo fleet,
under command of Rear Admiral Badger,
which arrived this morning for a week's
visit A gun salute waa exchanged by
the American squadron and the land bat
teries. Thousands of excursionists cheered as
the Kansas, New Hampshire and South
Carolina, headed by the flagship Louisiana,
moved up the sound to Klslnore.
During the visit King Frederick win re
ceive In audience Admiral Badger and the
captains of the American warships and
will give a grand official dinner, where
the fleet officers will meet the most prom
inent people of Copenhagen.
A naval ball will be given by the min
ister of the navy for the officers and mid
shipmen to, meet Danish officers.
Detective Keeley la Acquitted.
CHICAGO. May 25 On a second trial.
Detective Patrick Keeley was today found
not guilty of having committed perjury
Juat provt for yourself
how much better
Fer-Mil-Lac is than
any ordinary drink.
Your narres will e stronger, your oom-
r lesion clearer and yoar health better by
00 after yeoTe made rer-Mll-l,ao a
T Wverace. p's a predlgested food
drink sold everywhere, er sbona fox fam.
ily sle bottle. deUTersd
IVc Make Sweeping Claims
but are prepared to make good.
We want your patronage on Builders' Hard
ware on the basis of Price. Experience Up-to-date
designs and methods of intelligent
Dunning Hardware Co.
Coat and Pants
ON SALE SATURDAY, MAY 27TH.
EVERY ONE WORTH $25, $28 AND $30.
We offer for our Saturday Sale one hundred nice two-piece suit
ings. Included in this ofier are some fine blue serges, black unfin
ished worsteds and, Tblbets, and some stunning crashes and Saxonies
in the newest shades of tan and gray. See our great 20 display in our
north show window. All coats lined with alpacca. Every coat carefully
tried on before finishing. Every garment guaranteed perfect In fit
MacCarthy-Wilson Tailoring Co.
304-306 SOUTH 16T1I STREET,
Will Open Saturday Afternoon, Filay 27
The Ball Room in the New Pa
vilion is the Finest in the West
Rowing, Bathing, Bowling Other Amusements
ADMISSION TO PARK FREE
in connection with the acquittal of l.ee
O'Nell Browne, accused of bribery alleard
to have been responsible for the electlcn
of 1 Tilled Htates Senator William Ivrlmer.
Plan for Aeroplane
Battle in Chicago
Army and Navy Kay Take Fart in
Big Aviation Meet in
CHICACIO. May . President Tafthas J
advised the promoters of the aviation meet
to be held here August 12-20 that he will
be In Chicago June 4 and will meet the
committee In charge to agree on how
extensively the army and navy will Join
In the military features of tha meet. It
has been announced the president will be
given full opportunity to test out the aero
plane as a war factor In any manner he
The managers of the meet hope to have
the United Slates government bring about
President Taft's battle In the air. The
plan Is to have an aeroplane attack Chi
cago on Lake Michigan, tha defense to be
only by aeroplane. In view of the shore at
Qrant park at the edge ot the business
center of the city.
To Die on the Scaffold
Is painless compared with the weak, lame
back kidney trouble causes. Electric Bit
ters Is the remedy. COo. For sale by Beaton
MOVXatEBrTS Or OCX BTBAlUXirSJ.
K. P. Cecil!...
. K. P. Wllhalm.
Foley Kidney Fllta are a true medicine.
They are healing, strengthening, antisep
tic and tonlo. They act Quickly. For sale
by all druggists-
Pit ones i
Deaf, 11, '
to Order $20
FIVE STEPS SOUTH OF FARNAM.
9 tT9 Wf"W'MiW"irfi
Real Bargains I
Little Money Buys
Th A. Hospo C6's. Piano
Rale brought a great many, .nearly
nrw and used 'upright Piano,
aomo in Mahogany, some in Wal
nut, others) in Oak, many up to
flat styles and flnUhrt. Kverf In
strument hag had thorough over
hauling and refinishing as tveil as
expert tuning, so we are enable!
to fully guarantee these Piano for
This lot comprises makes of the
highest grades, such as Checkering
& Hons, Kimball, Hallet A larla,
Decker & Son, Sterling, Anderson,
Singer, etc. : -. .
$75, $85, $100, $125,
$135, $150, $175,
$200 up to $250
TERMS MADE EASY
$1.00 Per Week
$1.50 Per Week
Fine Scarf and Stool Free
Free Trial for 12 Months
If not entirely satisfactory, you
have choice of any other instru
ment. Remember this is the house for
Quality, Low Prices, Easy Terms
and Absolute Satisfaction.
1513 Douglas Street
MONDAY and TUESDAY .
In the DooVle Bill
"AX.XOB SIT-B Y-THE -yiB" an
TUB TWBIiVl rOUKD LOOK."
im Frlces 60o,7So, $1. l.BO. a
JUSTB 1, 9, 3 S ATA MATIMCB
v w mm i ai, v - a, a. k Jan. A ainiil
Th Bif(st Muvioal CouiJy
luituuviun in nm woria.
FOLLIES OF 1910
78 ABTSTA HELD OiaXB 78
600, 91, l-60, 2. Mat. 600, l, 1.50.
OMAHA vs PUEBLO
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