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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY, OCTOHER 12, 1011.
FARM HA IV CM UMI lOlt SALE.
Do you want a farm In mern Canada,
where the rrn thin year are In advance
of anything grown on the continent?
For wheat growing, dairying, mixed
farming and rattle raining the province
of Alberta la unsurpRxaed.
Land a-e now offered by the CANA
DIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
at prices ranging from 110 to M an acre
on LONU TKHMS of payment or on the
crop payment nan. That I", paying for
your farm with a portion of your crops
Land values have Increased 10 per cent
In two years. Ureat opportunity for the
Call or wrlle for full particulars, book
lets, map, etc.
K. 8.. FUOR. Oenernl Agent,
Canadian Pacific Alleria l.and Co, 440
Hoard of Trade llldg
NKW COI'NTRY OPENINO.
The Grand Trunk Pacific railroad Is
now closing Its gap serous the famous
Kraier valley In CKNTIUI, HRITIHM
C L.1MBIA the choicest region of the
richest province In Canada. Here la your
chance to buy fertile land at opening
pticea In the great Fort Oeorge country.
For further Information call, writs or
B. HFTFt DISTRICT SALES AOKNT,
610 Paitnn Hldg.. Omaha. Neb.
'Phone Douglas 1167; Ind. A -43:7.
FOR BALK 7.B30 acres of choice agrl
cultural lands near Proadvlew. Faakat
rhewan, 90 per cent of It a steam plow
proposition. Right prices and terms will
be made on this tract. Addreas 34, Endl-
cott mag., hi. raui.
The Patterson farms that wa are nf.
fering In the San Joaquin Valley are
ecuina io v amornia people, jast week
wa made aales to men who have lived
In the atate for many years some of
wnom are selling their land In the Los
Angeles section In order to Invest at
Patterson. Hera Is wnat one of tha In
"Wa have Just closed the purchase of
40 acres of land 14 mllea from Patter
eon. We came here four years ago from
Coming, la., anld are very much pleaeed
Indeed with California. Would not think
of going bark to Iowa. Wish I had
more of my Iowa friend here; vou can
tell them for ma If they coma they will
We own 40 acres In southern California
and are selling it to come here to Pat
terson, aa I believe wa can better our
selves and make lust aa much money on
40 acres here at 260 per acre as on tha
140 acres w are selling at J.VW.
(Signed) J. II. Woodward.
Mrs. J. H. Woodward'.
The Other Man's Opinion
If tha opinion of some other man Is
worth anything ww can give you a
I'Umber of testimonials Just an strong aa
tha above, but wa are selling this land
to those who go and look at It. not Ilk
tha boy trade Jackkr.lves.
Patterson has much to recommend It
It Is not a pioneer proposition. It Is not
Isolated. It Is not undeveloped land, It
la not dry land. On the contrary you are
within less than luo mllea of lan Fran
cisco, the center of a million popula
tion; It Is only 46 miles from Stockton, a
flourishing city, only 81 miles from Sacra
mento the capital, and only 100 mllea
.Tha Southern Pacific railroad run
through the land and the San Joaquin
river Is along ta border, making th
cheapest transportation In tha world.
Tha water-supply Is abundant and oondl-
""jrtwteVi'.n? n"oua development
Ask us for literature, ask for a cenv
Of the LAND OWNBK or cm. InSd
w will ahow you photograph that will
convince you that w have her on of
the best propoaltlona In California. If
you hav time atop and look at our
Payne Investment Company,
Omaha. Nb. Colonisation Agents.
National lav. Co.. ua Brand! Bid-.
FRUIT land bargbalns. Inlermountala
Land Co., lui luuuu. Phone L). tun.
..IF.,T.i?U. 'fn,to bu' 00 'rn l
at 110.01) to mot per acre, or want m
good homestead relinquishment writs to
or call on Th Maileaon-Purdy Land
Company. Otis. Colo.
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Traversed by th
ATLANTA, M1KMINOH AM A
Land adaptable to the wldeat rang t
crop. All th money crops of th Mouth
plentifully produced. For literature treat,
tag with this coming country, lis soil, ell
mate, church and school advantage
W. H. LEAHY. DEPT. K.
Ueaerai passenger Agent.
THE easiest way to find a buyer for
your faint is to Insert a email want ad
tn the Do Molnoa Capital. Largest cir
culation In In slat ui Iowa, 44.UUU daily.
lh Capital la read by and, believed In by
Hi standpatter of Iowa, who simply re
(us to permit any other paper tu theif
homes. Rates, 1 cent a word a day; ii.tj
per line per month; count sIk ordinary
words to th line. Atltlrcs LHjs Mollis
Capital. I Ja Mulnea. la.
U ACRES. fl.KiO,
twelve miles out, ail smooth upland, not
a foot of waste, no buildings, but fine
building site; lit) cash It you build; li
It you don't; long time on balance at 4
per cent. McUe Real Kstel Co.. lift
Pearl bt.. Council Blutf. 1.
fcO-ACKK Improved farm, northwestern
Iowa; lto acrrs tins plow land, balance
hay and pasture; mint; worth ;v; cash
Junes, Peterson, la.
12&-ACRE Improved farm, with orchard
I miles N. K. Council muffs, Uw per
acre. If quick, to acres, well Improved.
11 per acre. ,Mki 1 mllea from town.
Day Hess Co., Hula Agents, Co. Bluffs
ML ST sell aatem Kansaa farm. 0
si res, choice property, well Improved. 0
miles from Kansas City; price, tdu. J
M. Neville. Lawrenc. Kan. ""
80-Acre Sarpy County Farm
tltJ take this. . us at once l( you
mean bueiucs; smait lmpiovriiieiits. Ad
dress Graham-Peters Realty Co.
621 Omaha Nat l Hk llldg., Omaha, Neb.
WANTED et Nebraska ranches an
farms fur Iowa customer. AUesbouse
Co.. Council Liu Its. la.
FARMS fcJ6 per acre up within tt mllea
Orla M. Merrill. UU City Nat, bank Uidg.
NEBRASKA and Oregon land U un.
b4 fcrandels Blog. M uft
IIOME8TEAD-U0 acres for 1171; about
V miles out; rich farm laud, not aand!
Waa an old ntry. now cancelled Wr.a
H.OuO. J. A. Tracy. Kimball. N.b.
IMPROVED Nebraska farms. s a,
acre up. Writ or call (or our lint. Wood
ward. 14 Omaha Nat. liana liiug
W4-ACRK farm near Benson for sala
cheap, owner has Inuurabls sKkoesa
lu-uulrs room 604. liruwa block.
EVERY person knows rh r.
O'Brien Is b'uM he haa made Omaha
famous with his candy. If Mrs J 1 1
,rady. Ha, Frederick St.. will com to
The lie office within three dava -- .n
give ht-r an order for a tO-ceul bos of
v - . m jr
A SNAP. '
area of choice lend 1' mile from
Liiehlli-ld: 1J0 acres In cultivation Ml of
It in slfa'fs, all fenced; pile. U.UU. J
EASTERN N.. and Iowa, farme to
eiutiaiiK lr Dakota lands. Walker 4k
' m BiaoUlea theater, Omaha.
FA It M RA( II I.An FOR SALR
' Korth C'arwllaa.
FOR SALE Pest of corn and vegetable
lannn; two crops yearly; delightful ell
mate; near ocean. Bos 161 Southport
NO CASH-CROP PAYMENT PLAN,
lAO.noO acres rich wheat land In east
North Dakota; own your own horn.
T. W. WHEELER.
Sale Mgr. Omaha Office, Cll Be Bldg.
1,100 ACRES of apple and strawberry
land In Hood river valley, Oregon for
sal on easy terms and cheap; best whole
sale proposition In west. Se or writ
owner, A. W. H., Minneapolis beat
Bank, Minneapolis, Minn.
AUTHENTIC niap of that portion ope
(or settlement neat month. Maps, Ma
each. On aale at Beaton Drug Co. or U
alcConneil. wu paaton Blk.. Omaha.
F0 ACMES In Gregory county, South
Dakota, lw acres bloke, DO acres more
suitable for breaking, balance very best
hay and grating land; haa abundance of
water and lots of timber; this Is one of
the beet location In South Dakota for a
ranch; price $24 per acre; tH.ZiD cash, bal
ance t year time, per cent Interest J.
F. Spats. St Charles, 8. D.
TEXAS IRRIGATED LAND, near Cor
pus Chrlstl; Immense profit; one year's
crop will bay price; write for folder.
Simmons-Elmore Investment Co., Corpus
IOWA and NEBRASKA farm. Graham
feters, K27 Omaha Natl Bank Bldg.
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Faraa Bad Roach La age.
IflO acre Irrigated. 4 mllea from Wheat.
land, Wyo.; all In alfalfa; 1 section It
muss rrom Kimoau, isen.; mo acre
broken; fine land: and 1M acre 11 mllea
from Atkinson, Neb. If. Oross. 601 B. 124.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
WANTED City loan and warrants.
W. Farnam Smith Co., UM Farnam St
OMAHA Property and Nebraska Lands.
O'KEEFE REAL ESTATE CO.,
101 New Omaha Nat'l Bank Building.
MONEY TO LOAN-Payno lnv. Co.
WANTED-Clty loans. Peters Trust Co.
CITY and farm. JOHN N. FRENZKR,
f 4W wV ayaw.w- UV yivmt61, J , 11
Wsad, Waad Bldg., 18th and Farnam.
Ksfi Am tl3 lafsfs Owtem 4 tMutmr.l la Writ a
MONEY to loan on business or real.
denoe properties, 11,000 to MW.OU0. W. H.
THOMAS, 601 First Nat Bank Blog.
LOW RATES. BKMItf-CARLBKKatXV
tlo-tll Brandeto Theater Bldg.
' WANTED FARM LOANS. Kloke 1.
vestoient Company, Omaha.
FIRST TRUST COf
LARGE city loans wanted; mortgage,
i bonds bought and sold. Sl'ULL liKoti
nATivnsr RTmsLo. w to boo.
...... . t cim. Na. kUL
LA ROE LOANS, municipal bonds rnnpr.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
D4 Plica tlO.000; mortgage 6,4oU, qulty
M.tOO. What hav you? C. C lasanhuui.
TO Til ins1 A ft t AAA miiIiw I. -
room bouse, barn and two lota In Omaha
tor smuuiwuuft, t . a. wuaoiusrs. Aaasr
RYruiMnira ell kln1. II.. .1.1. ....
rand for sxchangs book. Colorado L4Uti
4k Investment Co., Pallsada, Colo.
KV('IIANII-Jtl CI. Jaar.ll u. .i
Trade. D. liu;.
SEE J. L. Barber to sell, or aaehanae
anyUii&g. 40 Boaid of Trada. D. tMl.
TRADES If you hav anything ta
trad, writ me. a. IS. W ait, ali Bee uldg.
I HANDLE exchanges overywhar. For
results so lua. Dean, ell Be Bids. D.
VR exchang proierties of merit. C. W.
WalaU. aU-U O. N. Boa Bldg. Doug. 766,
Ml ACRES In Thurston Co. for iim.li.
real aetata. '11, Harney u. Harry n.
fuinaiu, iu40 xturt.
UOOOU paying teleDhona axchanae la
Uv town, no competition; will consider
term io trau. u vie, tfu.
WANTED, from owners onlv. larae and
mail stocks of general merchandise.
doming, haidware, etc., to exchang tor
uiiiinpioveu, clear lend in Mlniiueola,
Norm Dakota and Montana. John A.
Marun. Aberueen. ti. U.
IOWA FARM j0 acre. Woodberrv
county, mile southwest S.oan; rich
black loam, M acres in cultivation, 40
acres paetura; fair Improvements. Price,
1U0 per acre: want tj&.uOO to MJ.OuO in
com or linploments or hardware. Oet
busy, this Is a good one. J. w. Dean. UJ
Be Bldg., Omaha.
Are you a traderf I trad anvthlnc
wher or time. Kailey, tH Nevlll blk. Oiu.
t'i 1 1 1 mi I.- ,-in 1' t, iw ia
peaches and apples, H-mlle from Palisade,
prlce'$12,0U0. W. K. Bell, Eminett. Jda. '
WHAT havo you In city prooertv to
exchange for Iowa farm? Mrs. Myrtle
ueuei, uus r. zetn oi. wsd. luux.
FOR a dnlnty dessert use Daltell's lea
cream. If Mrs. F. C. Warner, 1121 Wil
liam Bt., win com to I he Be office
within three days we will give her an
order for a quart brick of this fin 1c
WANTED TO BUY
td-hand goods. Kleser, 1020 Center. D-eeei.
WE PAY hlrhnst lirlc. ,.i ..-. mA
hand clothing. M. Nathan. lu 8. Uth.
A SADDLE. Addreas F 441. Bee.
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED To rant 4-roonx house, aari
motlrrn, iu any part of city. Addroa
N. If, bee.
IVlVTVtl T.n . 1 k. -l . .
bath, near business district Addreaa with
eaiaiis, care u Mi. uee.
THREE or four unfurnished heated
rooms, or apartments; walking distance
preferred. Douglaa T7VL
W INTril A ..1... -
.. .... . n w . . w . .wu. V, .ITS
rooms; rent must not be over lit per
month. Addreaa. C 17a, cara Bea.
wivTrn t. . . .. . .
. . mm vr .umi uiii iiniienea
rooms, niut not la very far out Mra,
Herman. J2 California.
WANTED A cottage, four or ftv
rooms; rent must not be over 111 per
month. Addreaa, C IT, car Be.
YOUNO lady, with high echool eduoa.
lion, wlslies a position. C IwU. Be.
MAN wants position as Janitor; good
references. Address B-lai. oaro Baa.
KiHor class practical nuraa cam. be
ogagea at oooa. uvugia i4
SEWING by tha day In families; good
suit guaranieeu. ruoo tvebalar 4t4X
WANTED Place on lama for boy U
a we. m . m. eie
DAY work and family washing. Har
Comptometer operator, railroad xpr
Itnca Q. M, be.
A CAPABLE enera-etie woman of ax
perienc and ability wants position a
rook and houstkeeper for olub house, or
In widower fnmi.y, Can furnish beet
refarencea Address Mr. U. W. 1124 West
in t., North I'lattc. Nab.
, MAN and wife, very rapabl. delrea
employment; experienced as manager
ana nousekreper. Aaureee, li-3w. Bee.
WANTED Position as housekeeper In
tirst-riass notei; thoroughly competent;
reference; In or out of ciiy, Addres Bos
tli, Excelsior Springs, Mo.
SCANDINAVIAN man and wife, with
two children, one 4 an.l one 1 year old.
want to work on a (arm or camp; good
strong worker. Address Y 1, care Bee.
YOUNO msn wants position a team
ster. Harry Olaser, 1410 Uarfleld Ave.,
SITUATION by woman cook; call or
write. 1 10 Chicago St
WASHING or cleaning for Thursday
and Friday. Webster 4J09.
WOMAN wants day work. Phon Web.
SITUATION WANTED Printer wants
Ituatinn at once. Address Frank Wal
ker, Persia, la.
OERMAN. middle aged, reeoectahle
widow; all alone, would Ilk a aood home
witn an eineny gentleman, more than
wagea. beet references. Address Y.
6, car Bee.
LADY with -year-old child wants to
work for room and board In private fam
ily, sty, a.
OOOD penman wlahe position as policy
writer. Address K 444. Bee.
STENOGRAPHER, nigh school rradu-
at and have completed atenoaranhlo
oouree; salary not th object; will start
on trial. H 443, Bea.
AFTER a day's work a little recreation
ia welcomed. W will glv to Mrs. Kee-
nan, 2410 Chicago St., an order for a pair
of tickets to the Woodward Stock com
pany at tha American theater If she will
com to The Be office within three day.
.TO TI enit A ramiuialtn, wr . r, . rt,.1 linn
steady or extra; eight years' country ex
perience; temperate. Address Y 7, car
FAMILY and bundle washlnr: spe
cialty, lac curtains. Webster 6902.
WASHING and curtains dona. T. II 1420
EXPERIENCED accountant will take
car of small set of books during spar
time. N 447, Bee.
TRUSTWORTHY lady with 1-year-old
girl want to work for board and room
in private family, or do housekeeping
for old couple. Address D 439, Bee.
- " " " ' 1 ' I
OMAHA THE GRAIN MARKET
WEEKS GRAIN CO.. grain merchants.
consignment solicited. iW Brandels.
Nebraska-Iowa Grain Co. 7(4 Brandels.
THE UPDIKE GRAIN CO. Conslen.
ments carefully handled. Omaha, Neb.
MERK1AM COMMISSION CO. "Ask th
man who haa tried ua."
CAVERS ELEVATOR CO.. wholesale
dealera In graa, hay. chop feed, la
ROBERTS GRAIN CO.. grain conalvn.
menta solicited, grain bought to arrive.
LIVE STOCK MARKET OF WEST
Rhltt vour stock to Sooth Or-uliai
are - mileage and shrinkage; your
consiKDuituiis rcvcivv rvuts ana
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION
Byars Bros. 4k Co. strong and responsible.
WOOD BROS., K4-M Kxchang Bldg.
Great West. Com. Co., Omaha 4k Denver.
W. R. SMITH bON juat handle sheep.
W. F. DENNY Ik CO., UI Kxch. Bldg.
TAGG BROS, handle cattl. hugs, sheep.
CLIFTON Com. Co.. Ui Kxohange Bldg.
Donahue ft Randall Co., 202 Each. Bids.
Clay, Robinson 4k Co., sOo EjicO. Bldg
Tha Standard Com. Co., lis Ejtch, Bldg.
W. K. SMITH 4k BON juat handle sheen.
Interstate Co. Belter rtsuits. Bhlp to ua.
BURKE-RICKLY CO.. 301 Kxch. Bldg.
L. E. ROBERTS 4k CO., JS Kxch. Bldg.
Allan Dudley 4k Co.. 236-17 Kxch. Bldg.
Cox 4V Jones Com. Co., bunch of hustlers.
Ralston At Fonda. 11 v stock com. mar.
Farmers L. B. Com. Co., JUS Exchanga
rialuull HFnMa n . K 1 m n 1 a. -
taroa Nat I Bank. Only bank at yania.
WINN BROS. 4k CO.. Exchange Bldg.
LAVKRTY BROS-. Us-eO Excb. Bldg.
paxtQD-Eckman Cham. Co. at'k ramadlaa.
Martin Bros. 4k Co.. X-T Kxch. Bldg.
Alex G. Buchanan A Bon. 1M-M Ex. Bldg.
PROIOSALli FOR LEUU1NS AND HAT
Cord. Chief tuarlermaeler'a Olflve,
Federal Building, Chicago, ill., October 7,
W1L tiealed prupoaala, in triplicate, sub
ject to Ilia usual conditions, will b re
ceived at this office until 12:00 o clock,
M., October , lull, and then opened, foi
furnishing and delivering at either the
Boston, New York, Philadelphia, St. Louis
or Chicago depot of tha (Quartermaster
Department: ttiO.OOO pre. Leggins. Canvas,
and 1U.UM Cords, Hat; subject to Increase
of not to exceed 00 per cent. If desired by
this department Right Is reeerved to
reject or accept any or ail proooeala or
any part thereof. .Preference will be
given to articles of domestic manufacture,
conditions of quality and price (Including
in tne price in toreiitn productions or
manufacturea the duty thereon) being
eiul. Standard samples can be seen, and
specifications, blanks for proposals and
full Information will be furnished upon
application at ths olflce, Knveloies con
taining proposaia to be indorsed
"Proposal for Lrggln and Hat Cords,
to be opened Oct , lull." COL. JNO L.
CLEM, Chief Quartermaster.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK MARKET
Deasaad for Cattl aad heea Steady
CHICAGO, Oct. 1!. BATTLE Receipt
atlmated at 7.000 head; market steady;
beeves, llMtLW; Texas steer. 4. IbfL SO.
weetern steers. 4.1bi!iMk; atocker and
feeder. tlStxy&TO; row and heifer. U.iM
tie 16: calves, la.&OiiS.bO.
HOUS Receipts estimated at M.0U0
head; market 6c higher; lights, !.00ti. To;
mixed, Ie.ttu4.7&; heavy, ti.SO-u 76; rough,
16 D.MU6.20; good to choice heavy, v'(r
'. pig. KooyluO; uulk of sale. K-IOid
SHEEP AND LAMRS-RecelDta eatl.
mated at 40.ou head; market steady to
luo lower; native, 12 bout 10; western. 11 Ou
n ie; yearunga ifc-JH : lamba, native.
t.suQ.w, w eel era, M. Q. la
. Usli I lea Stork Market.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Oct 1J.-OATTLE
Rei-elpt 4.6C0 head. Including l.ano
Texan; market ateady; native beef
steers, tS.Uw 36; eowa and heifer, ti oo
tiT.S; sKHkers and feeders. 11 .&JJ6.I6;
Texas and Indian steers. 1411)4x7 .00; cow
and heifers, ki.0uuo.0u; calves lu car load
HOtiS Receipts. 000 head: market
ateady; piss and lights, 4(w(irt; pacK
era. It.4&.u.a6; buUhera and beat heavy
SliKEP AND LAMBS Receipt estl
mated at iU head: market steady: na-
Uv muttons, U isjtou, lambs, .o10.
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Beit Cattle Ten to Fifteen Higher
Than Tear Ago.
HOGS ARE STRONG TO HIGHER
Parkers Parrkae Be Ead of the Re
relpte aheea aad Laaiba Actlv
aad Slightly Lower la
SOUTH OMAHA. Oct 12, 19U-
Receipts were: Cattle. Hogs. Bheep.
Official Monday 10,33
orriclal Tuesday 7.W1
i-lilcls Wednesday .. I.vll
Estimate Thursday ... I.WW
Four days this week.K,4r0
Same days last week. W. 4?
Same daya t wks. ago..M.2
Sam day 1 wks. ago.. 29.223
Same days 4 wks. ago. 2X.75I3
Same day last year..3S.3HS
Tha following table show the receipts
of cattle, hogs and sheep at South Omaha
for th year to date, a compared with
last year: inn iio. Inc. Dec.
' attl HOg.JU M6.191 11,773
Hog t.a.k 1.WK1.0I7 S42.4M
Sheep 2,l4.2oS I,141,02 23.123
Th following table show the average
f nines for hog at Bouth Omaha for th
ast few days, with comparison:
Dat 1911. m0.10B.l0l.19n7.190.19OS.
I 2l I 00
llj I 21
Receipts snd dlsnnaltlnn nf live stock
St the Union Stock Ysrria South llmihi
for twenty-four hours ending at I p. ni.
RECEIPT 8 CARS.
Cattla TTncr. Uh..n II'.'.
n r .
m. tm DL t
I .. 1
23 1 "i
17 ii "
78 92 1
Missouri Pacific... I
Union Pacific ii
C. A N. W.. east..
C. A N. W. west.. 11
C, B. A Q., east.. ..
C., H. Ac Q west.. 7
C, R. I. A P., east. 1
C, R. I. A P., west S
Illinois Central .... I
C. O. W
Total receipts ..117
. Hogs. Sheep,
uiwhii racking Co 2ti9
owni ana company 1,220
Cud&hy Packing Co 6H
Armour Co 470
Cudahy, from Denver.. 207
Omaha, from Denver.. 62
W. B. Vansant Co aa
Benton, Vansant 4k L. 121
Hill 4k Bon 7
F. B. Lewis i
Huston 4k Co M
. .Root A Co -i
J. H. Bulla A7
U F. Hus ii
L. Wolf 189
. werthelmer 17
H. F. Hamilton. 9
Lee Rothschild 61
Mo. A Kan. Calf Co.... 117
Christy 4k Klin 71
Other buyers 829
CATTLE RecelDts todnv
mucn th sam as on last Thursday and
wia quaiiy of the arrivals hss shown
very little chsnge for several days. Very
" ii snoweu up in tha of
fering, but such as there wer found
ready sale at right around steaay prlcee.
Demand for western lang beeves was
perhaps a little bailee tn.n . ....
and th more oealrabla irrades ,niH tn
rather better advantage. As ther was
considerable competition from th feeder
oo in supply of good, flesny
tock ws not at all large. Compared
with a week ago. th market Is pretty
close to lo16o higher, although tha com
moner grades are still slow and uneven
Cows and heifers found a broad outlet
at steaay to stronger prices all around.
Demand from both local packers and out
side butchers for th good to choice
grades hss shown considerable Improve
ment this week and prloes are all of 104
16c higner than they wer at th clos
of last week. On the mhar h.n .1
demand for th common and canning
grades haa ' not been ao good and these
ar probably that much lower then .
week ago. Veal calves sre
strong and bulls, stags, etc.. are selling
in suostanuaiiy in sam notches as a
'ther waa a fair dea-rea nf life an
activity to th atocker and feeder trade
and volume of business continues rather
nuerai miner me innuenc of a Vigorous
demand from th country. Innuirv i
generally for steers of good weight and
Huauuj, dui UW1 iigni stun also sell
readily and well, as there la a -n.t in
quiry for practically anything at all use
ful In this Una. Prices are fullv lOrnif-,
higher for th week, and Indicium. . r.
favorable for a good clearance.
Quotations on native cattle: Good to
choice beef steers, I7.264j7.lft); fair to good
beef steers, d.6o17.lb; common to fair
beef steers. 4.76u4.60: aood to nhnin. V,. tr
ees. 4.7fKa6.0: good to oholoa cowa. 1 urt
6.0U; fair to good cowa. t.76i4.eO; common
10 iair cows, so. i(Kt.Mi; veal calves, 11.60
Quotations on range cattl: Good to
choice beef steers, !6.60$t).60; (air to good
i'ct i imn, e.vwov.ev; common to lair
beef steers, t4.26Q4.Mli good to cholc heif
ers, I4.ib4jb.26; good to choice cows, 4.40t
16.00; fair to good cows, 13.76(84.40; good to
cholc atockars and feeders, l6.vXKa4.00:
fair to good Blockers and feeders. 14 40k
6.00; common to fair Blockers and feeders.
tags, etc., XX2606 UI.
Itepresentative sales t
M heifers... 787 I 90 26 feeders.. 622
24 feeders.. 73
27 cow ko0
4 cows Ms)
14 heifers... 748
11 cows biA
18 cows 1032
8 feeders.. (w7
13 feeders.. 841
U2 Blears... 1145
10 feeders.. 7(i5
ii feeders.. 107
11 cows &4
tJ steers.... koo
12 steers.... tl
14 calves... 1W
fcj steers.. ..11MS
15 cows Si
Ne. At. Pr. Ne. At. Tt.
ti 1044 4 7 U loot T 14
U4 i It lt t 40
IT 1141 4 tt W 1141 1 a
4 424 t M
I b I U 14 lot I 44
7 I is 6 eta 4 oa
I TH IS 4 7V7 4 4
I mu I 14 t ; 4 w
I I 4 4 1U2I 4 w
4 SM 6 4 H... Mil 4 1
, .Elf , mvj
6 444 I 4 I 144 I 40
4 b 4 44 I W IW
11) lw) 4 M
1 174 I tt l....- 140 T X
UI I M l. 14 t 44
1 it IH 1 14 f 4
11 1 SB
CKHti.j AND FEEDERS
Ne. At. 8k. rY.
(7. ...... hi ue 4 uu.
4 k w 4 I.',
4 lu 14 ( UI,
44 l4 ... IU.
1 141 44 4
It 134 4 4 S4
74 IJ4 4 4 M
41 U4 lt 4 4
M 141 ... M
44 1M N Is
44 1M W IX
74 444 S 4 X4
7 44 44 I 14
44 It M tt
Tl 171 IU 4 tt
41 l II tt
o 4 X4
41 M tt
itt lie x4
" M M 4 14
47 147 ... in
II t 44 4 M
14 1M ... tt
44 147 4 4 tt
744 I 4
46 I1 Wis
. iJ ...
W 44 ...
...trr 1 in h ti W4 ...
...110 120 4 tl4j H 117 ... 4 ll4
..HI Ml t in, 1:17 ... 1 i;
...I74 t 12 u w Ml 24 4 n
..tin ... I3 si 1W .
Aug. Bergman .Neb.
. T 4 66 I cows 1021 4 00
W. C. Coble Neb.
. 920 1 90 27 cows "5
. ' I 6T calvee... 361
, 21 I 60 23 calves. . . v
. 241 I 60
M. R. Robertson Neb.
906 8 SO
997 4 00 I calves... 210
f7 I 66
F. W. Bonts-Neb.
... M 4 10 9 steers.... 985
W. Y. Slmonson Neb.
23 feeders.. 970 4 W 19 heifers... 608
10 cow 900 I 76
I C. A. I incomer Neb.
I 40 steers, ... 1288 5 60
J. F. Btrong Neb.
21 feeders.. 1240 6 25 19 cows 1043
1 cows 1010 I 60 1 calves... ldo
10 cows 974 4 26
Western Ranches Wyo.
43 stera....ll2o 4 76 30 steers.. ..1002
7 cows fcJO I 26 19 cows 783
Daly Bros. Wyo.
19 steers.. ..10H0 4 60 13 steers.. ..1184
heifers... 1071 4 46
J. B. K end rick-Wvo.
58 cows 971 4 35 65 cows 956
40 cows 930 I 70 27 cows 9.1O
21 cowa 915 I 70 62 steers. ...11K9
16 steers.... 1135 4 60 23 steors. ...1143
R. Montgomery Wyo.
81 cows 845 1 15 4 steers.. ..1235
8 steers. ...1340 6 85 6 steers... .1204
W. C. tiulllvan Wvo.
24 feeders.. 956 4 65 23 cows 1041
U &11...II 1'
I II ..Ivu All A
Tl W ImnW
27 feeders. .1305 6 60 16 cow....'.l(W)
10 cows 10U2 165 II steers. ...1576
J. Jones Wyo.
14 cows 833 1 75 " steers.... 9S6
O. H. Oross Wvo.
41 steers.. ..1170 6 05 82 cows 1007
O. Carr Wyo.
45 steers.. ..1091 I 05
9C0WS 1085 4 60 30 feeders.. 1020
11 calves... 241 6 00 27 feeders.. 808
16 heifers... W 1 20 86 cows 810
27 calves... 840 4 76
J. W. Kelly 8. D.
44 cows 820 1 60 22 yearlings 587
17 heifers... 623 I 70 6 calves... 110
J. T. Craig-S. D.
6 cows 818 3 25 6 steers.. ,.iwK)
7 cows 1W7 3 75
W. J. Henderson S. D.
19 heifers... 600 8 75
Western Ranches 8. D.
24 Steers. ...1127 4 60 IH steers.. ..Ill
24 steers... .11W 4 25 28 steers. ...1110
IS steers.. ..1228 6 36
F. W. Bonts 8. D.
I cows 883 4 10 9 steers.... 985
O. R. Romm S. D.
IS feeders.. 9iM) 4 66
HOUS Prices for hogs hardened a
t trill but tne average Improvement waa
hardly worth mentioning. An active de-
ouia 01 nuwiiri wae uhiimkiri si quot
ably strong figures. The yards wer
practically cleared of all offerings befor
Supply was measured by an estimate of
about seventy-five loads, ordinary pack-
Ing stuff being the general rule. Bacon
animals were rare exceptions and ther
waa nothing on sale as toppy as th
t.4o toaa 01 yeeteruay.
. .v.v.M - .110 big end of re
ceipts and only a tew loads were required
on outHldo orders. There was very little
demand of a purely speculative nature,
a trade condition that ha been more or
leso pronounced for some time past
Droves were put up largely at two or
three prices, bulk landing at 96.20rtf6.26
as compared with yesterday's popular
price of 16.20. The best bacon weights on
sale dropped to 16.85, a limit that aenms
low when matched with yesterday's high
1 BHEEP For a Thursday receipts of
miCTir akou iwiiit ii.m punny u. sise, num
bering about 25,0u0 head. Thla estimate
makes a four days' total of fully 166,000
head, an aggregate that compares very
favorably with the high-water receipts
this week last year. Th new supply
squisi )j jo eSviuaaaad j2Us pjaso
than usual, but feeder classes were still
In the heavy majority. Bheep, either
feeder or fat Were hard to find.
In fat lambs buying sentiment was de
cldedely bearish from tha start. In
creased offerings, together with th fact
that recent prices at this point hav
been relatively high, prompted efforts
at cheapening cost. Early sales Indi
cated a substantial break in values,
declines ranging around loo. One string
of toppy lambs, similar to th 36.90 ar
ticle of yesterday, had to move at 1575,
while really good dressers landed around
15.5a From an actual top of 16. ou yes
terday, the quotable limit waa pushed
back to 85.80 or 85.86, and the demand at
the average decline waa anything but
Fat sheep moved off well, being in
very modest supply, snd steady prices
were generally maintained. Oood weth
ers were wanted around $3.854.00 and
ewes ranged at 13.40 and lees. Extra,
quality ewes would hardly pas the 13.50
mark. Yearlings drew a healthy demand,
but business In this branch of tha trada
was small and scattered.
everything except a few loads of feed
ers found an outlet yesterday, but da
spit a roomy market for the new offer
ings, the aupply seemed to be In excess
01 tne requirements, few country buy
ers were present and the demand from
yard traders had a heavy, gorged ap
pearance. Aa a result, prices ruled some
lower all along the line, feeder lambs
getting the poorest treatment. Deslrablo
airings with a little weight were casned
around 84.76 and it would take something
first clsss In every respect to command
15.00 or better. Feeder ewes were quot
able from 12.75 downward. Three days'
purchase on country account amounts
to 103.000 head.
Quotations on Bheep and Lambs Lambs,
good to choice, t6.6u15.8S; lambs, fair to
good, 86.25&6.60; lambs, feeders, 3 60p5.00;
yearlings, good to choice, 14 a&M 50; year,
lings, feeders. I3.90ty4.26; wethers, handy,
l4.7Mi-t.10; wethers, heavy. t3.6Ty94.00;
wethers feeders, I3.2&83.6&; ewes, good to
choice, 13.253.50; ewes, fair to good, 83.00
ClS.25; ewes, breeders. l3.2Mi4.0O; ewes,
feeders. li2.Vfrl.75; ewes, culls, fl.50ia2.2e.
KB Wyoming 1'bs, f d'rs, culls.. 37
350 Wyoming l ms, f'd'rs, culls.. 56
M Wyoming lambs
429 Wyoming lambs
419 Wyoming lambs
2)8 Wyoming lamba
674 Wyoming lambs
956 Bouth Dakota weth fdrs
South Dakota ylgs fdrs.,
ISO Wyoming owes, breeders..,
444 Wyoming ewes, feeders..,
270 Wyoming ewes, feeders..,
93 Wyoming ewes, fdrs, culls,
461 Wyoming ewes, feeder..,
72 Natlv lamba ,
74 Buck ,
105 Montana lamba
1,403 Wyoming lamba, feeders,
778 Wyoming lamba, feeders...
859 Montana lamba, feeders..,
625 Wyoming we. feeder.,,
124 Wyoming ewe, feeder..,
614 Wyoming ewes, feeders..,
146 Wyoming ewe, feeder..,
S30 Wyoming lamb, feeders..,
313 Wyoming lamba, feeders.... 61
11 Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 64
887 Wyoming lamba, feeders.... 67
frO Wyoming lamba. feeders.... 67
fc4 Wyoming lamba 60
110 Wyoming ewee 100
241 Wyoming ewes 87
I i Wyoming ewe and wetn..los
1.4A6 Idaho iambs 70
564 Idaho lamba, feeders 61
Wyoming lamba. feeders.... M
tn Wyoming lambs, feeders.... 68
Kaasaa City Live Stack Market.
KANSAS CITT, Oct. It CATTLE Re
ceipts 7.0UV head. Including 2,0X0 southerns;
market steady to strong; natlv steers,
to.2Mi6.26; southern cows and heifers, 12.75
tr4.76; natlv row and helfera, 12.604(7.00;
Blockers and feeders. 14.0vj5 90; bulls, 83. 26
u4.6o; ralvea. t4.2o4i7.25; western steers,
I4.0utr7.60; western cows, 83.0ut4.7B.
HOGS Receipts, 8.0U0 head; market to
higher; bulk of salea. 86.25u.46; heavy,
fci 3oni6.46; packers and butchers, le.2i4
6-Ml; lights, l-l lit! 6. 46; pigs. I4.76ki6.00.
BHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts. 15.000
head; market ateady to luc lower; mut
tons, I3.ZS14.00: lambs, 14 60ifr6 90; range
wethera and yearlings. 83.26tj4.O0; lamba,
34 6ri6.ii0; rang wether and yearlings,
83.2xa4.76; rang ewee, K.60U4.7S.
4. Joeewa Live Iteek Market.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. Oct. IX CATTLE
Receipts. 1, 000 heead; market, ateady:
teers. t4.5uo8.00; cows and heifers, 12. surf
6b0; calves. I3.6ii4tl.76.
HOUcl Receipts. 4.500 head: market,
steadv to strong; top, 86.45; bulk of sales,
ln lfc-oS 35.
8HEKP AND LAMBS Receipts. 1.600
head; market, slow; laaiba, li.Ounni.00.
ST. 15U1S, Mo.. Oct. ll-WOOL Blow;
territory and western mediums, lTqJoc;
fin medluins, 17il9c; fin, 11 lie
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET
CHF.KKE Imported ewlss. 32c; Ameri
can bwlss, 2Jc; block Bwlsa. 14c; twins,
ltci daisies, 16Sc; triplets. 164c; blue
isbel brick, 16c; llmberger, 2-lb., 14c; Urn
bergrr. 1 lb.. l!c.
BUTTER No. 1. Lib. csrton. 29c; No.
U In 60-lb. tubs. Hc; No. X T7Hc; pack
POULTRY-Brollers, 18c; springs, 19o;
hena 13c; cocks, 9c; ducks, 6c; geese.
15c; turkeys, 2&c; pigeons, per dos.. 8160.
Alive: Bratlera, Uc: hens. o: old
roosters and stags, 4c; old ducks, full
feathered, Wc; geese, full feathered, 10c;
turkeys, lftc; guinea fowls, 15o each;
pigi-ons, per aoa, toe; nomers, per dos.,
12 60; squabs. No. 1, 11.50; No. 2. 50c.
FISH-Plckerel, 11c; white. I0ci pike,
15c; trout. 15c; large crapples, l.VJ14c;
Spanish mackerel, 19c; eel, lHc; haddock,
wc; iiounoers, ic; green catrish, 16c;
roe shad, 11.00 each; shad roe, per pair
joc; salmon, isc; halibut, 9c; yellow
percn, ih;; uuuaio. ec; DUlineaOS, 14c,
BEEF CUTS Ribs: No. 1. 18c: No t
2, 14c; No. 1. 9o. Chuck: No. T 7S43
No. 2. 5c; No. 8, 5"ar. Round: No. 1
lie; No. 1, mio; No. 1, tc Plat: No. l!
6c; No. 2. 5c; No. I. 4c.
FRUITS, 7ic Apple: Cooking va-
1 . . , - - v. 1 ..... 1 . , 'T
ritvie, yri uui,, e.iD, .uiisinxn, per nhl,
14 00; California Bellflower, per box, l 2S!
Colorado Jonathan, extra fancr. per box'
1126. Bananas: Fancy select ner hunch
I2.26ig2.50; Jumbo, per bunch, 2. 75S3.75.
rrices 01 otm jois iuds: xn o. 1. ikc
No. X. 13c: No. 1. 8Ho. Loins: No. L
1H: No. t, 14c; No. I, to. Chuck: No!
L 7H; No. t 64,o; No. t 5c Round: No.
1. He: No. 1. 8Hc: No. 1. 8c Plate- Na 1
4c: No. t 5c: No. 1. 4H.
VEGETABLES Beans: Strln an.1
wax. per mkt buk.. 90c. Cabbarei tvi,.
consin, per lb., lHc. Celery: Michigan
per dos., S5c; Colorado Jumbo, per dos.'
660. Cucumbers; Home grown, ner do.'
50c. Egg plant: Fancy Florida, oar dos..
11.50. Oarllc: Extra fancy, white, per lb.,
15c. Lettuce: Extra fancy leaf, per dos..
4wc. viiions: iiome grown, wnite, per
crate, 11.75; yellow, per crate, 11.60; red
globe, per lb., 2'4c; Wisconsin, yellow. In
sacks, per lb., 2c; Spanish, per crate.
81.76. Parsley: Fancy home grown, per
dos., bunches. 46c Potatoes. Minnesota
Early Ohio, per bu., 90c; Wisconsin whit
tock, per bu., 85c. Sweet Potatoes: Vir
ginia, per ddl. ou: ner du. hic 11 at
Rutabagas: In sacks per lb., llo. Tol
maioes: nome grown, per mkt bsk., 60a.
ist.citii.Ani,uuB Aimonas: Califor
nia soft shell, per lb.. 20c: In sack lot.
Io less. Brazil nuts: Per lb., 13c; in
Bscs, iui, .0 iBBB. nesuiuts: rer Ib
16c. Cocoanut: Per aack. 16.00. Filberts:
Per lb.. 14c: In sack lota, la
nuts: Roasted, per lb., 8Hc; raw, per
iw.. v,. . Am IRC. unr id.. 1 ISC " in
sack lota, la less. Wslnuts: California.
.Kwn un,, io fee, noney:
New, 24 frames, 83.75. Kraut: Pr 15-
su. mi --o, per o-gai. Keg, ji.iu.
I.ondea Stock Market.
LONDON. Oct. 12. American aecurltu.
opened steady hers today and a fraction
nigner. i racing was light and was con
fined to Union Pacific Southern Pacific
ana in ilea mates eteel. After a quiet
.niiBKiii ins inaxaei cioeea siesdy, with
prices from to higher than yester-
Lr new i ura Closing.
London closing stock quotations :
Consols, money .... HV4 Ixiulsrllls 4V Nub. 141
lio sennnt ....77 4-11 Mo.. Ko. A Taxes It
Amsl. Copper 61HN. T. Csntrsl 10714
AnaconA IH Norfolk Wstera.l04u,
Atchison 10414 4 pli ig
4 B" WstOntsrto A Westers 1414
Baltimore A Ohio.. Pennsjlvanla uu.
Canadian Pacific ..IllHRand Mines 7
Chosap4ke A Ohio. 74Kea4lnc 7ou
cm. ureal wwtarn. 11 Southern By 7vi
v-mi., im.i. mm ou r.mn ao pia, OX-S1V.
t Beer 1 Southern Paclfle
Danver A Rio a... 4114 Union Paolno ..,
4 Pf4 4H4 4a pM ,
Brie II U. g. Steal ,
do let pf4 H do pf ,
do 14 Bfd 41 Wahaah
Grand Trunk 41 da sfd ...........
Illinois Central ...141V
feiiVLK war, qmet at 24 6-16d per
MONEY-m92 per cent.
The rate of discount In the open market
for short bills is 8 per cent; for three
months' bills, 3B4 per cent
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct 13. WHEAT
December, I1.0D,; May. 11.13141.134,; No.
1 hard, 11.10; No. 1 northern, 11.004.
1.08; No. 1 northern, 11.06Hl.v7T.: No. A
. BARLEY 70c 11.15.
CORN No. I yellow, 68Hc.
' OATS No. I white, 46&46HC
RYE-No. 1, 92H90.
B RAN 821. 50l&2i.uo.
- " . , nni 1 1 , eo.ov'D.au; sec
ond patents, 84.9t&5.20; first clears. 13.80ia
4.16; second clears, 12.70&3.10.
Chleagro Prodare Market. .
CHTPAno rw- in niTTTD.,..j
creamery, 23g29c; dairies, 21i&26c. .
cuua Bteaqy; receipts, 1,778 cases; at
m rW r- u ... 1 n-l , , .1 mA i?. eiH,. .
prime first. 21Vc
CHEESE Steady; daisies, 14ffll44e:
twins? 13V4134ic; young Americas, Hi
Uhc; long horns, 14ffll4c. "
POTATllRH . .V,I.. .
Affair to ioodT63r w " w
ruuLTKi-Kasy; turkeys, 15c; chick
ens, 10Vc; springs, 11c.
VEAL-6teady; 60 to 60-lb, wts.. llife;
60 to 85-lb. Wts., 9S10ic; 85 to llO-lb!
Philadelphia Prodaee Market.
PHILJ4DKnPH7A. Oct. in pttttd-d
Firm; extia western creamery, 13c:
nearby prints, 14c.
LOOS Firm; Pennsylvania and other
nearby firsts, free ra ... x ia
current receipts 17.60 per case; western
firsts, free cases, 88.10 per case; current
receipts, f re cases, I7.20iS7.5O per case.
Liverpool Urmia Market. .
IJVERPOOL, Oct. 11. WHEAT Spot,
dull; No. 1 and No. I Manitoba, not
quoted. Futures steady; December. 7
6'Ad; March, 7s Mid.
CORN 8 pot firm; American mixed
Id. Future steady; October 6s iTsd; Jan
uary, 6s 9d.
Dalwtk Grata Market.
DULTTH. Oct, 12. WHEAT No. 1
hard, 31.00; No. 1 northern. 11.08; No.
1 northern. 11.08l.O5 ; No. 3, 81.00i
1 10; December, 31.08; . May, . I1.12n
Milwaukee Grain Market.
MILWAUKEE. Oct. 12 WHEAT No,
1 northern, 11.12oLlS; No. 1 northern, 11.10;
No. 1 hard winter, 1.0l1.08; December.
9c; May. 11.041,.
OA T8 47H(i47e.
Oaaaka Hay Market.
OMAHA, Oct. 11. HAT NO. 1. ttlto
No. 1. 111.00: coarse. 110.00; packing stock.
87.001400; alfalfa, 113 00. Straw: Wheat
e4.50j.00; rye and oats, 6.u0.
SAVANNAH Oct. IS.
Firm: 49Stb4DHc; sales,
745 bbls. ; shipments.
kv bbls.; receipts,
290 bbls.; stocks.
ROSIN Firm; sales,
1.035 bbls.: shipments,
2,113 bbls; receipts.
ue oois. ; slocks,
D l AA. ..
7H.7K1 bhls. Quotations
lii-42': , U, rt. sb.46;
M, 86.60; N, 16.70; W.
1, I6 47.50; K.
tack la tttht.
Receipts of live stock at th five princi
pal western markets yesterday:
Cattl lln.. Qv. .
South Omaha 6.9U) 4.70 15.100
St. Joaeph 1.4) 4.(00 ' SftiO
Kansas City 7.0H0 8.000 15.000
Bt. Ix)Uls 6.5U) 9 1.0 g juo
Chicago 7.000 lO.OOi) 40 uu)
.28.400 46.300 78,100
Prisoner Dies of
C. Forbes Robertson. A watchman an
a hog ranch near South Omaha, died
at th county hospital Wednesday night
after aa Illness which haa baffled the
doctors for two days. His body was taken
by th coroner and an autopsy will b
Robertson was picked up on the street
drunk by Officer Hagerman early Sun
day morning. Th next day when h was
to be taken to th court room h became
suddenly 111 and lost all control of bis
vocal powers. His condition became worse
until Tuesday afternoon h was taken to
the county hospital. Robertson died leav
ing the doctors mystified. He has a
brother living at Forty-sixth and Sara
WILSON CASEJS DISMISSED
Judg-e Crawford Holdi Wilton it Net
Guilty Under Complaint.
HAD NOT VIOLATED STATUTE
Law Does Net Provide that It Is tha
Defy f Registrars to Advise "
Vetera Where Tfcey Are
apposed to Register.
Judge Crawford dismissed th case
against James Wilson In police court
Thursday morning. Wilson was charged
by John J. Mahoney. candidate for nolle
magistrate on th democratic ticket, with
Illegally registering several nonresidents
of th Third ward, of which h was reg
istrar In th First precinct.
In handing down his decision In the
case, which he had taken under advise
ment, Judge Crawford said: "Th evidence
In this case tends to prtvv that one c.
A. tmber presented himself at a Third
ward precinct, where he had previously
voted, for a transfer to the Eighth ward,
where he Ig now living; that th defend
ant, Wilson, who Is one of the Third wartl.
registrars, advised Duber that It waa not
necessary for him to change his voting
place and that fife should register from
his former residence In WUson's precinct.
The evidence shows that Wilson knew
Duber no longer lived In his precinct, and
that, acting on Wilson's advice and sug
gestion. Duber was sworn, and by his
false answers qualified as a voter of th
taw and Facta la the Case.
"Th Information Is drawn under a sec
tloti of the statute making it a rotsdl
meanor for any registrar to be guilty of
any neglect of his duty, as such registrar
or any corrupt or fraudulent conduct In
the performance of such official duty.
"To make It clear and plain that thla
evidence does not constitute a violation
of this statute tt Is sufficient to say that
It I nowhere made' the duty of a regis
trar to advise or Instruct a cttiien as to
his rights to register and vote.
"If one present himself to the board of
registration, makes oath as to his birth,
residence, citizenship and party affilia
tion, the registrar's duty Is to spread that
information on his books. If he does not
do It he Is guilty of 'neglect of his offi
cial duty.' If he records the cltlsen's an
swers Incorrectly and does so corruptly
and fraudulently ha Is guilty of 'corrupt
and fraudulent conduct In th perform,
ance of his official duty.'
"But giving advice to on presenting
himself to register Is not his duty as a
registrar and Is not a violation of th
section under which this complaint wag
drawn, even If fraudulent and corrupt."
Mrs. Hahn Seeking -.
to Eject Tenants
Bertha M. Hahn of Chicago Instituted
ouster proceedings in the United States
circuit court Wednesday against Hugo
Melcholr, the Pa bet Brewing company
and Robert Btoddard and Cain B. Mere
dith, of th co-partnership of Btoddard
A Meredith. The plaintiff asks the court to
eject the defendants from the three-story
brick structure at 214-116 Bouth Four,
teenth street, on the ground that they
have refused to pay rent since the first
of August Mr. Melcholr claims that h
baa toad permanent improvements at
the place for his sub-tenants and that
thes Improvements are equal in valu
to th rent demanded, which Is 1X000. Th
plaintiff says she has no knowledge of
any improvements mad, but Is willing,
according to the lease, to pay half the
cost of Improvements that have been
made. If the defendant can convince the
court he has made them.
Eagles Give Stag
Party This Evening
The Eagles will hold a stag party at
the aerie. 1410 Harney street, this evening
and President William Kennedy has se-
cured soma special attractions. Some of
the Ak-Sar-Ben "Oymnake" songs will
be sung. Captain Henry Dunn, ex-presl-dent
of the local Eagles, will appear in
the role of Chief Bakonuts. Manager
Charles Frank of the Krug will furnish
some acta from his burlesque show and
the four Hottentots wll be present. Ther
also will be moving picture. General F.
A. Smith has promised a drill team from
Fort Crook. .
Insane Man Causes
Pjanic in a Theater
Nearly 100 patrons of Elite theater No.l,
on Farnam street, near Fourteenth, were
thrown into a panto Wednesday night
when E. V. Nicholson, who Is thought to
be Insane, suddenly leaped up in hi seat
and began to shriek and curse. Ushers at
tempted to quiet him, but when they ap
proached he began to fight, and it was 1
with great difficulty that h was finally
taken out. He was locked up In a cell
pending an examination. While being f
ejected from th theater he fell r.nd cut 1
a deep gash on his heed.
OMAHA TEACHERS PLAN
FETES FOR VISITORS
Omaha teachers, acting In conjunction
with Superintendent Graft of the city
schools, or laying plans to glv th
stat teachers a royal welcome when they
come to th convention to be held No
vember to 10. The teachers of th
high school are arranging to receive the
visitors at the high school building dur
ing the afternoon of the last two days
of th convention.
Two of th rooms In th high school
building will be converted Into parlors
snd In thes th teachers will entertain
tha visitors, serving tea and perhaps
The big social event of the convention
will be held Thursday evening, November
9, th second day of ths convention,
probably in th Auditorium the Omaha
teacher will all join In tendering a publlo
recaption to all of the visitors. During
the evening refreshments will be served,
but most of the time will be devoted tj
getting acquainted with th guests.
ROSENZWEIQ MOVES UP
IN THE RAILROAD WORLD
Julius Roanswlg. an Omaha boy
whose railroad career started In this city
and who for several years haa been con
tracting agent for th Illinois Central,
has Just received notice of his promotion,
to the boaltlon of traveling nuu.n .ni
freight agent, with headquarters st
Waterloo, Ia. His territory will Include
the Central tinea between Albert ia,
Minn., and Manchester, Is, Freeman
Bradford succeeds Rosenswelg In this
city a contracting freight agent for th
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