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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, MAI" 31, 1912.,
Alien of Chicago, lis) 3. n. it tL L.
YOUNG man wishes board and room ia
rvrvste tanaly, is out oc eliy tiiuxday
Slights and Sundays; rates must be rea
sonable, aa otner boarders or roomers;
! serve breakfast before T:Sa. dinner
after 6; would be permanent it found de
sirable pa.ee. In reply give same, ad
dress, telephone number, rale per month.
nwraoer in tamiiy. wnettter con area or
IWWltU 31, lift.
Vital massage, DatLa. electric vibratory
and Tauuuor treatments. Dr. Anna, IX
Fisher, all Ware bit, 3U S. 15lh. D. fTSe.
TOUNG women T-nr la Omaha as
strangers er. Invited to. ruut the Young
Women's Christian aesociau- building
at sevsnteeuth and tic diary's Ava,
where they wu. be directed to sultabla
assroing pieces, or otnerwiss ai
Leak (or our travelers aid at the o
Massage. Mrs Rlltecnouse. We dostoB Bid
UAiWAiJB Bweuisn movement.
f A i WTTf! treatment. K. rlrolt. llt
AU BitU. M Boor.
WE RKNT and repair all uiooa of sew-
u machine., lad. A-Uxu; Douglas Mi
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO,
lata and Harney Sts.
AXNA H. MARKS,
nam. Deviate Bit., Apt. lied J&S,
Expert treatment, sirs.
Steele. a i u 6L K ia.
BODY MAS&AUei. last Neville. D. TitU.
WANTED-Addres, of Mrs. Lena Euler.
Address Box &H, Douglas. Wyo.
V ACt CM MAfcAAGt-. SA a
R- fc, daily., eunuay; uiea
hours 10 u 10,
POLLTRs" AXD PET STOCK
Sreening W. per liu. Wagner, art N. 1.
OMAHA property and Neoraska lands.
oiicere keal. estate oa,
MM New Omaha Nat'l Bank Building.
MONKY to loan un busiiese or rest
dance properties, U.gm to Wu.0U0. W. H.
DHuUaS, 603 first Nat 'I Bank Bide.
7. Farnam fcmitn 4k Co.. 12JW Furnas, at.
BID to IW.Owi made promptly. If.
Wend. Weed bids'., istli and Farnaa.
WANTED-Clty loans. Peters Trust Co.
CITY LOANS. tteuus-Carlberf Co,
IVhVt Bmnoels Theater Bids.
li a P'JIV RWAV Loans. I6tw and up.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
I JvUITY. in )0 acres Nebraska land
for mod automobile. 71 Brandels Theater.
VOR oi trade tor cswa. horses or
chickens,' tneutavmrs. etc., for turnituYe
or aiiterent qualities, im uumlus.
TBXAS land wanted In exchange foe
acres of fine farto land In s. iiakotA
Toe a acres are ail clear. Want Gulf
coast land. tt. A. ncolt, tM alackay Bid.,
Iatrs tract good western .Nebraska
land, to exchange at cash value l-.r good
general merohaadlt. one narUcuiarai
wla stock will invoice, location, annual
sales. Wn waan writing (or land pur
lieu tare. Address, C. Iw . Brawn. facott
Bt, CowkU Bluus. !.
. T AXTK1J TO BVV
Household Ida, clotnee a shoes, umi BUu
ad-hand geods-Kaiser. W Center. D-U&L
VE say most for old cletningv Kainas'
Imh Office, I go. Uth.
Chicago kuyera, M-baad clot Sea, shoes,
hW best prices;, will cull. Tyler UP
TRV Py th bet prltm for (44-
iron. . motA. La. rubkwir. mtc. . I
THE, ALLAN LINE ; .
' flnYAL. MAIL BTEAMB&a
WDNThsuu lii.awiv wauiOOW.
atcsnreei, tiavie, s-iymoutn. ionooa.
The xcturesuue St. uemce Heuta.
-four' nays na Vie Kn. tnrea days
In- river ana gulf. Splenuid new 'luroiue
Meamers. ttsiuoa, eei-oua-oaoin and tniru
aatte. auiperlor waeCiaae watMaV service
Ciualne' iuiasoaUaa.. Coftrienue aueaUoa.
title for drouiars. -rates, plana, etdb
ilan a; Co., l' uearoorn Bl, culoaae
- Aactvor 1am bUMuutiapu .
Mew York, leiudondarry and Oiaagew
Mew York, aiemw aue Maplea
AttracUve rate lor tickets betaeea New
.York and all scotch, Kaglisa. Irish.
Lotauaenta. sad MedtiarraiMan peiatet
heperlol accuwmodaUoua, ecellant cui
kiss efficient servive. Apply nromptiy
tor reeervauoa to loonl ageal at Aaanaf
line or Henderson Brotnam, feauat-ai
Agents. Chicago, 111. .
UX& tnoCK 9IAR&EI Oh' Will
tUu.. slock to soutn Omaha. sa
aoueage and annukaga. .Your ucosiga
aieaia ravaitw nrowpt and varafui ttua.
Ue Caeaaalsalasi Iirsui-i
Byare Mrps. Co. 8tr Ate and responsible.
VnX)i) BMos., an-e ttxeaauge Bidg.
Great Wtst. Cum. Co.. umaua Lienear.
t-isy, ttoosun et co.. AM Ejuaugs iiug.
Ci-lFiON com. Co.. t SUchange Bldg.
Can Jones ua Co., bunch of hustlers.
u n. njMn,n'i a 1 Co. , m kaon. uuig.
itfarun torus, at Co.. Ju-4 hotch. Bidg.
'lAeii -attos. naaoie cLtier hogs, sheep.
of atuDmeuts in atooa
t'l ank. Oaiy nana at yards.
- A StS 1 MAI, IS US' 1'st'LSt.
Beed Abstract Ca aMest abstract of
fice In Nebraskai, Hat Brandals Theater.
KKA1.S at CAUPHbLJ 1714 k'arnam at,
abSSAa.U' A SUUktAXiUA.
Klectrle, gas futures. Omsha stiver Co.
Meal Cement Ce l?th and Cuming Bta,
Fnohs, son Blind, painting, decoratlm-.
H. Grose, lum. wreck'g. pin. a Psui.
AucAue run sals
Must Sell '
SUBURBAN HOME of 6 acres, irrf
pro-red wim almost new ?-room house.
On of the choicest locations In the city;
goad neighborhood:, large frontage on
macadam road; boulevard entire distance
to heart ef Use elty or handy to ear line
to fare. Good schools; SUPERB VlrJVV
AND PR1C1S RIOtlT. If you want some
thing which, has no equal, considering
price, then, take this, but do not delay.
Can make easy terms If necessary, or
ORIN S. MEKRILt, COMPAST,
- liiJ-14 City Nattoiial Bank BMg.
A C R ii Ail Ij dAmiAlNI- near Omaha.
Orm g. Merrill. 12U City Nat,- Bank Bids-
CITY PKOrKHTY roa tALB
Tw4 modern houses on large kit Bcxlsj
ft. between Jackson and Joaee, facea hath
Jtth and 19th Sts.; always rented and In
stelsborhwad that Is -fast becoming
business property. Will he priced right
for le-rmoojsta sale. TeL Douglaa KM.
Bass a 7-R. house, modern except nest
Lara lot. paved street: located on 4ist
and Charles-Sis. Cad and sea me; this at
- MS City Nattacat,
CtTT ritOPKHTY FOR SAI.E.
5 Room New
5931 No. 24th St
Across from Miller
Lot 44x165 Ft
This la a sew e-room bungelea'.
finished last October, and M excep
tionally well built. 1 built It for a
home, but on account of leaving
the city wUl sell at a aacririce.
Someone's chance to pick ' up a
Oak and white enamel tlnlah.
Oak floors throughout.
Colons de openings.
Faneled dlmnf roonv
Window seat and pint rail.
Shower effect lighting fixtures.
Switch for every fixture.
Duplex wlndftvr shades. '
Bsllt-ta onpboards la par-try.
Rough sand finish walla, das
orated. ' Large floored attic
Full cemented basement.
Hot and cold water and laundry
Good furnace, coal bins.
Best of plumbing.
Full length screens.
Walks and Improvements In.
In fact everything that goes to
make a modern name. Not a oent
could ha spent to Improrw the
place. The street cars will be ex
tended to the entrance of Miller
park immediately, greatly Increas
ing the value of this propartyv The
price asked Is less than the boose
could bb built, for. Terms. can be
arranged. Come out and look, at
this hoaee; m-woue home all the
time. Take Florence, Forest Lawn ,
or SOth and Fort 8t car; get oft
at t4th and Fort 81 s.; walk north
to house. , '
tMl North Nth St.
Tel. i Webster
4 Sold 2 Left
We orfer two choice homes at 4110 end
4111 N. list' 84,' These are strlctlv- mod
ern, oak finished, full two stories snd
on east front lot. Uvrng room, dining
room, den and kitchen on first floor,
three good bedrooms, sereened-la sleep
ing porch and hath on second floor;
sislrwsy to large floored attic; full ce
ment baeoi m lit. cement walk,' sodded
yard and screens, tiuarsnteed plumbing
and furnace. Four hemes like these sold
before they were flnlsned. Price, ts.ttu.
Itbs cash. t3 monthly. Actually worth
H.e. Four more Information phona
cmab. nuriM, owner. Harney izw.
FIELD CLUB DISTRICT
1 ' $3,500 ;
uood la-ronm modern heme; cement' aids,
walks, etc.; Ilit paid to anybody who
brings buyer; aost RoM to build; leav
ing town, Tel'. Harney 1S78, or call 111
a. 36th 61.
H1UH. sishtly lot. ready to build uoon.
Bemls Park Dlirtrtrt It sold at one, (MO
resn, im n. Mtn m.
Buy of owner In Benson, strlctlv mod
em e-room noose; ouut or owner; lesw
Ing state, must sell. Tel.,' Benson ett
Poetof flee box 401, -t-.
f'HKAP. J.;oo. gouiheast corner SM
and Charles; 43136 feet; tdoas In, tour
houses, always rented, gftig yearly, room
for two more. Don't bother tenants. See
owner, iim north wtri sr. - -
BhVAUTIFUL corner, Uth and Blnne
Sts- Enquire of Owner, Iff) Prnkaeyi
FOR SALBV-New 6-room modern house.
SKj Manderasn Mt. Phone Webster S81.e
TO BUT, Hfcia. OR UUNT. rutsT sea
JOHN W. KUUmKS. UKI rSKNAk ST.
rAstkf d fcAwcsf I.AJIOS rogi ami
IF TOIT ara Interested rn CalifMwie
land for fruit or chicken raising, call ea
jnxe at westoera, sis nee wag., omens.
GREAT SOUTH OEORQIA
Traversed by the
ATLANTA, BIRMINGHAM ATLAN
Lands adapted to the widest ranaa of
crops. All the money crops of the soath
plentifully produced. For literature treat
ing with this eomlng uonntry. Its soil,
climate, church and school advantage,
W. B. LEAht, DKPT K.
rti rassengar Aaeax,
TTTE easiest way to find a never Me
ear farm la to Insert a small want ad
the Des Moines Capital. Largest sir
culatlea la the stata of Iowa, 41, (mu daily.
Tbs Cspltsi IS read by and, believed la
by the standpatters of lows, who simply
refuse to permit any ather paper la their
hemes. Rates, ! cent a word a day; ft
aar lias per month; ieunt six ordinary
words to the Una. Address 1Mb Moiass
Capital. Dee Moines, in.
A BARGAIN for immediate cash nur-
ohsse. Perfectly level nuarter sectlcn.
one unimproved orslrte farm land.
neax McDonald. Kan. Address T g. Bee.
H SOUTHERN lilNNKSOTA VAtUra
FOR 8ALB If you went te buy an im
proved farm in Southern Minnesota writs
tor catalog. Sou there Minnesota Laaa.
co., uiee carta. yariaaiM, Co., Jtlna.
FIFTEEN' vears to nav Una ar wh
for Montana's cboioesv irrigated farm
lands: ftJ.ttf) acres now ooen undsr me
Carer act at Vailer, Monc; Sa bushels of
wheal, U bushels of oata, busneis at
flax per acre. Write today. Cllotes,
Hurt! , Co., Box 1, Vailer, Mont.
RANCHES klstt te VM.Oa. Send for
list. Shooea. A Ca Kanah LlesierA
FOR SALE Improved Howard county
farm; let acres; good Improvements. t4
per acre. Wtlta k. H. Moors. Oraxul
V see. aorthweetern Neb., SM per acre;
worth tor; owner Is a bachelor in
poor health; has la move; will take
mtg. back for tl.M. also good auto for
pan balance, Address H. W. Tomllnson,
Ml nee-la. Neb.
ll AJf ACRB DOWTf
BALANCE SMALL YEARLY
A poor man's opportunity to get a rich
North Dakota wheat farm. CM to M an
acre. ), acres to select from, fto
acres in Morton Co. for ta an acre. Low
Ry. rases. Free ana, and facts about
our lands and business snes In new Ry.
towns. Reliable agents wanted. See or
writs Wa. H. Brown- .(', Mmrrtm,
Adams Co, a, Mott. Hettinger Co., North
FOR BALE Twenty-six acre fruH
farm; arunes, onerptee. apples, berrtea,
grapes. English walnuts; located one
mile from city II mils on macadamised
mead; gtx-ronm house, sera, dryer, store
house, windmill, etc.; Includes team,
cow, unpiementsr heat trait farm arouad
here. Owner called east os acemwit ne
other business. For price and terms ad
s'', a B. r. u. box a, saiem. Ore.
FHM A RAX H l.tMI- FOR m
v " T. C. TORRlt-ON,
UM. Ctv Nstlonai Bank
Farm land and reaches.
MAMMOTH HOT tii'Ul.NGa. WVu.
May li. inS. Sealed proposals In .trip
licate will be received here until 2 p. m..
June M. 191X and then publicly opened,
for-. furnishing and installing Pews sod
other furniture !n Chapel at Fort Yel
lowstone. Wyoming. . - Information 'fur
nished on application, Knvelopea con
taining proposals to be Indorsed "Pro
posals tor FurnHure- la Chattel" and ad
dressed t Construe tins Quartermaster.
UAUMOTH HOT SPRINUSI. W YO..
May la, UMt, hValed proposals In trip
licate win he received here until 2 p. m.,
June M. 1912. and then publicly opened,
for furnishing isbor and materlaja for
constractlng Annex to Hospital, Includ
:nc vl-nahuig, heating. decYric wiring and
fixtures, at Fort Yellowstone. Wye. In
formation furnished on anpMcatton. Kn
valoses. ooatauaing proposals tm be in
dorsed "Proposals fur Anuex to Hospi
tal" and addressed to Constructing Quar
PROPeSAUa-CNlTKIi STATES POST-
office, Omaha. Neb. Office of the Cus
todian. May O, 1911 Sealed proposals
win ne received st mis office until
o'clock, r. m. June 15. ' 1912. snd then
opened, fee- supplying--thih huitdirtsj with
1,90V torts steam, coking, run of mine
bituminous, coal, during the flsaai year
ending June 3D, 1911 Specifications and
proposal blanks csn be obtained from the
undersigned. The coal will be purchased
upon the feasts of a guaranteed heating
value. The right to reject any and all
bids Is reereed by the Treasury depart
ment. VAUB.X TAYiAUt, Custodian.
OMAHA CENBRAL MARKF.T.
BUTTER No. L 1-lb. cartons, tic: No.
1 In oVlu. tubs, Uo; No. X 2Sc; packing,
CHERSBV-Imnerled Swiss, Ste: Ameri
can Swiss, 3m; block Hwles, tec; twins,
too; datalaa, Mn; triplets, am; young
Amsricsa. tie; blue label brick. Be; urn-
berger. I-lb. ac: 1-ie. as.
Fish (fresh troseaj Plcksrel, tc: white
lie; pike, T3e: trout, lie; large erappiea.
igisc; taanisB macserei, uui
haddockat lac; flounders, uc; green cat
tish, 14c; roa shad, ski each: shad roe, par
pair, BVso; salmen, uc, halibut, Vkc; yel
low percn, c; Dtutaio, ve; nuiineads, lie
POULTRT Broilers. 6.iis,0 per doe.:
serins . W&a: bans. iMflsc; cocks. Ue:
A i lOtt-k.' - IS," liirhria 1i.- .
pigeons,, par a ox,; 41. M, aiivk Hens, us)
llixc; oia roueters, eo; ois ouoas, lull
testherea. IWrc; geese, full feathered, se;
turaeys. ueuu piaevns, nr uos.. 7aat
homers, Per.uoe. seuatahNu. 1, UMi
no. A m.
No. l rtba mc: no. i nba. Uc: Kn s
riDs, lec; no, i saueas. rxc; no. t chucks,
So: Nat t ehwekje, il-Ki: -No. 1 loins, siw,?
No. t loins, lifcc: No. lelns, llrVc; No, 1
rounds, rtc; No, t rounds, Oct. No, I
rounds, 11 Wc; No. 1 platea, at; No. t
Diates. vvc: no, i matasi in.
VHGETABLK8 Beess, old eroa, per lh
new California per lb.. 4c. CUery, Cal
ifornia, Jumbo, per doe., te.cn Florida, In
the roagh. 4tiM dos., per caas, M.&. Cu
cumbers hot house, per box. Egg
Plant, fancy Flsnds. per doa, g2.aa. Gar
lic, extra fancy, white, tier dos., Uo,
Lsltueei extra faasy leaf, per dos., 4Ml
Onions. California, white, botitng, per lb
7c; Wisoonsin, yellow ulobs, per lb., so,
red VUobe, per lb., ic; Spauish, per crate,
IX a. Paraley, fancy southern, per doa
bunches, auttlSo. Ptrsntis, fancy south
ern, per doa. bunches, MsyTec, Parsnips,
per lb. ivio. Poutoes, Mmneaota Red
Hlver Early Ohio Seed, per bu., si 7a;
Minnesota Early Hess seed, par bu., fl.bOf
Bliss Triumph seed, per bL, 11 . Wis
consin wnlta slock, per bu., ,1.60. Ruta
bagas, In aackA par lb., 14,c. Tomatoes
Florida, par s-ik crate, - IS.Ti; Cuban,
per. s-bslce carrier, ta.Mi Tornips, par la,
BC1TB,' ETC.-Applei: Extra fancy,
Ben Dan a- par 01. . W.1&; Winenpa, per
bbl,, V; fancy Miaiwurl Pippins, per bbi.,
M.2a; Idaho Jonathan, extra fancy, per
box, tj.M: Waahlngton Suttsenberg, per
box. tiM: Washlnstun H, Beauty, oaf
box, tub; Washington Styman WUiaaaua,
per Doy, az.aw. risnanas: fancy select,
per bunch, e,&2.hi; Jumbo, per bunch,
13.lftSI.7i. Dates: Anchor brand, new,
m l-lb., pkgs. In box, per box. U lt. Drom
edary brand, new, ai i-ia, ukga In bug,
per box. (Z. Figs: California, per case
of II No. 12 page, sic; per caee of M Nat
II pkgs.. iz.sv; per esse of hi no. f ukga.
13; bulk, In and iv-lb. bones, per lb.
lOo; qew Turkish, t-orown -in J-lb. boxes.
tar lb., uc: a-crown in it, boxes.
lb.. 10c; 1 -crown In XMb. boxes, per
17o. Grape fruit: Florida, M ilxe. per
orate, . st sisa, per crate. 16.60, 10-54.44
sixes, per crate, K.N. Orapes: Malaga
in bbls., g7.euf7.a0i Lemons: Llmoneira
selected brand, extra tancy, ew-wu sises.
ur bos. St: Lioma Llmonelra. fancy, mo-
Wt Mass, par box, VM; ttt-ilh alass. sue
per box leaa; caiuornia lemons, sur-set
lies, per box, KHUiOa, Oranges: Cali
fornia Camellia brand, Navels extra
tancy. ss-iavisv-lls-Wo-tlf-iM sixes per
box, J6; extra choice, all sixes, psr box,
D; Elephant brand, 138-16-lT-9UaM aisss,
ser box. 18.60; Mi-M-KH stses, per box,
ttav Plneeoeleei hVM-M sises, per orate.
16. strawberries: Louisiana, psr caas of
24 pints, .. - . . ,
gons, per in., isvc; in eaca iota, ic ices.
Cocoanuta, per sack, H.N. Filberts, per
lb.. 140: in sack wis,- 10 less, s-esnute.
roasted, In sack lota per lb., 7Hc; roasted
less tnan iscs lots, per 10., . raw, tmr
lb., to. Pecans, large, per lb., 17c: In each
lots, M leas. Walnuts, new crop, 111,
California, pes. lb., lie; In sack lota la
less Cider, new nenawssa, per le-iou.,
bbl., &: par tO-gsi., bbl., .); New-
York. Mott'S. ner le-gai. w ooi m.ov; per
W-gaL bbl., s So. Honey, new; S4 frames,
p.75. Kront. per .tf-gsi. keg. Hit; par
(-gaL keg. tLS. .
Bank of England Stateaiesrn
LONDON. May X), The weekly state
ment of tho Bank of England shows the
fol ewlnr charwesi Increase.
Government securities unchanged.
The proportion of the bank' reserve
to liability this week. Is 4474 per cent;
mat week It era ti SI per cant.
' Kaatsaw Cftr LrVs stork Market.
KANSAS) CTTT, MK. May 3. -C ATTLE
Receipts, l.MM head, IrwIudlroV ST0 south
erns; market steady to weak; native
steers. R249.26: eouthrrn steers, IS Efl
I.4D; southern cowi and heifers, tti&g
4.S0: native cows snd heifers. tLKSttd;
stockers arrS feeden. M.7Vrf7.z5; bulla
tttOhd.Ti; Hives, tf.Wi&Xo: westerti
steers. t.2oili western cows, t.m
4.00. , . .' .
noOS-Reeeipis. t,ws head; market
weak to W lower: bulk of sales. 7.s
7.; heavy. 17 45t7.a: packers and
butchers. fi.a37.5; light. P Wtf.Bi pigs.
fe.StW. . . '
SHEEP ArNir taiM-riceinTS, z.trs
head; market slow; muttons, HahtHX:
lamhr. aiswirieiw; range wetnera and
yearlings, fd-ehtrt M: rang ewes. KJS;
Texas gotus, t3.Wr4t.7S.
St. Lejwle Live Stock Market.
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. May S. CATTLE
Becelpts. 3" head, Including l. Tex
an: market steady', native beef steers
ttOOfcS.S; cows and heifers. tJAo-a4.it;
stackers and feeders, tt.7i7.W; Texas
and Indian eteers. t5.24f7.7i; cow and
heifers. fLSMfi.th; calves in carload lots.
HOGS Receipts, head: market W
lSe lower; pig and lights.. .tt.2S)7 .44.
aihted eon nutcners, , eri. t; good
heavy, 7.4043T 5.
SHEEP AND lAMBS-Reeelpta. ltXXj
head: market steady: native muttons.
.tf7.2i lambs, tf.-onym.'sx. -
St. Jaawpt, Live Stock KasdswL '
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. WCATTLE-R.
o-irtt. m bead; market steady: srerrs.
t6.7et.0; cows and heifers, tS.2&fifS.9;
HOGS Receipt. 12.VW head; market
60 lec lower; top, fJ.54; bulk of sales. 7.S
HHblEr rAjtno rieceipta, tw
ead; avsrfcst strong: lambs. 7.g!.$9.
Oankl Hay Market.
OMAHA. SterT -HAY No. I M.W9
y: No. Z. tK.eiatf ; Na 1 mWdllng.
tl.v93.a): No. 1 lowland, fllOeglJ (ft
OMAHA LIYEJTOCK MARKET
Cattle Beceiptt Light, Without
Much Chanjt in Prices,
HOGS SLOW. TEH CE5TS LOWES
ahecw and Lasses Caattaa la Liaht
Heoelpts, While FrrF-ee Kkew Llt
tie ar Ss rhaaae fas- the
SOUTH OMAHA, May at WIL
Receipts were: Catnav tteera. atieap.
U1IK3S4 KUIMkVjr. ....... s,,l,
Official Tuesday 4,i)14 M.lal
Official Wednesday .. IK ts 4
Estimat Thursday ... S.MU .
Four days this weelcEli 5el4
Sams days week ago..U3 H
Batns days X wka, aga.lM 4t.tW
Bams days t wka, ago.14.slt 4t,fi
iiams days 4 was. ago.li.34t ai.i4t
Sams days last year...U,U m,i
The following table shows the receipts
ef cattle, hogs and ah asp a naush oeashaJ
tor ins year la sate, as caanpare wita
last year: lt'.i UU. luc. Dec
Cattle ; S.5M 4J1.47t .4W
Hon U&74 UU.S 44k6m ......
Sheep 94.shi .au 13i,A9 ......
The folia wing, tabla shswa the range of
prices paid for hogs at South Omaha tor
the last few days, with oomparlaonst
Data. Hil. iHH.,m0.iU.;19uS.l)l.l.
May H.17 4JV1 1 1 til I iii AMI t i
May a. t ii!'l 4l I t W '37 it t a
Way a. 7 4SW! 59 t ' i t Mi III It
ieitkwtit . 1 e vi v
7 4.W M ll 7 19, . Ni H,
ll8ttM7 14al' tT
T t Mi t 17 T Ht l )(
7 tits lt3l704iKJ(ht
1 an,, sis - lOTsaistwisis
I t3l IK' US1S
Receipts and disposition of live stock
at the Union Stock Yards. South Omaha,
Neb., tor the twenty-tosw hours ending
at I o'clock:
Cattle. Hose Sheep. HYl
C. U. k St. f 1 I
Missouri ' Pacific... ' I '' ..
Union Pacific 4 t 1
CAN. W, east... 1 ' ., ..
C. A N. W west.. H 4 ..
C. St. P. M. A (.... 11 ..
C. B. A Q east.... I ' .. ..
& a (A. wel.;.. 21. 1, 1
C R. I. A P.. east.. 1 4.
C. R. I. A P.. wast.. M ' -
Illinois c'emral.,,.., t I . ..
Total reeelnts... 144 ' t
Cattle. Hobs. Sheep
Omaha Packing Co
lit i.M3 m
sa htm m
171. ,34 441
Uf A4. .' 441
ewift A t o
Cenehy Packlray Ob....
Armour. A Co.., ...,..
Cudahy from K. C.......
Hill a eon
F. B. Lewis
Huston A Co.
L B. Root. A Co......
J. H. Bulla
L Kotnechlld... s .... .....
Other buyers. IM
Total .......7.467, mm i.m
CATTLS-Cattls raeeipis today ware
very moderate, only sixty-nine cats being
reported in. considering mat 11 was
holiday the supply was- plenty large
enough. As la apt. ts be the. cess on a
ho day when the kliana gangs at tna
Dacklns bouses ara either not working
at all or on snort time ins aemsna was
not very urgent and the market as
whole laektng. la activity. What less
oat Lie there- were here said la goew
son, practically everything being cleaned
ud by lv o clock In the morning, nuea
cattle aa buyers seemed to wsnt sold at
prices that wars In many eases steady
with yesterday and In other oh
Iblv a ilttia lower All In ail It
Indltferenl and featureiees market, wita
hardly enough on sale or hardly enough
business being dsns to make a good tees
Quotation on catt a: Oeod ts choice
beef steer a l0.uo4ie.lO: fair la good beef
steers. ue' oomesoa ts fair seat
steers, t.6ut,.al; gawd sseoanos oewa a)Nl
heifers. M.it4.i.i: good to cnoias sows.
.J.Sfli.7i; tsir to good cows, to .7S.
oMamoa ts fair sews, tl.uun4.uu; gmd u
choice stockers snd feeders, 6.tl.i9;
rslr to xood stiMikasa. and feeders. M.TSdt
fc.B: common to fair stookeraand feeders.
tt.2bts4.i6; atock cows and setters, s.ss
veal calves, tt.wsjs.wi eutia, giage,
k rr. Na . 1
m IN Hi liei I
ntt 1 m. net is
,.....ii 1 m . ..
an t 74 11,.
I 1 It 44..
AThfERS AND HBIFBHS.
1 .,., tti 4 11 t
, im 1 n
. W4 I a-
... 444 I 4 9.
14 141 I I
1 474 t T . I
,..iia 4 14
,..1444 t -
,., W ill
. an. 4
,.. 144 4 41
...laa. t ay
,., 14 t i-
... ne in
,.. m 1 44 .
... tie- I
,..ias 1 a
,..1414 4 44
... tat -
1 774 4 a 4
I.. ..,.1141 4 U,.....,.
I IIH 1 14,
4 IS I 4 14.
I MM i 14 I
1... Ml 4 m 1........
t 4U 4 14 . I
I 444 d Tt ll....
I , lit 1 11 I........
I IN 4 4 1., ,
1...., lit 4 41 I ,.
4. .'. It
t, .....lttt I M 1...
1 .....rare i,....... itr r-
1 It 1 41 144 1 a
I Ms-1 1 li.......... US het.,
I........... 1 10 I... IM tit
STOCKERS AND FEEDERS.
It M IX I Tti I
I tti lit 1 74 4
I 444 I A 4 T41 4 H' f
U M4 , tt 4 44
HOOB-Hog trad was rAnrmered hard
again thts morning, the demand having
Its usual holiday appeareaee Only two
of ths larger pscaers are working their
Wiling gang today- and btrytng smsa
tltlon did net exist. Fair sted receipts
following tbs heavy runs of tbs but two
day were partly responsible for lower
trend, bulk selling at figures ahwat a
dime under yesterday a averse market.
Something Ilk t.NS bead arrived and
with ths trade dull from start to tlnlah
clearance was delayed until well along
toward mldday Stilpawra toots about tern
dosen loads during early round, but the
oemand from tht Quarter- etopneo
abruptly, lea v Inst more than enough hag
on sale to meet packing requireroenui.
Spreads between heat las. Mtcasrs awa.
light were narrow, a usual, value cov
ering a range of about a quarter. Best
heavy hogs on sale brought 17. hi, as com
pared wtlh yesterday' top of te-4. while
bulk was fairly well bunched within HH
Represents tlvs aalsa: ' .
a,. av.ta.Pr. Ne. T. gk. r.
a 1" ... t u. 14 w t a
M im 4 1 te a 84 aia
-I.-.... 14 i i.... .i,T isxra
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a af ... 1 a a n ... 1 jt
n at m 1 w it in 1 a
74 in aft a at a i
it. tt a ia 14 as ia fa
t. at aii. 44. ,.k ... 1 a.
a ia im i t a i a a
a Jul ... 1 a w ms ia r a
a ia ... la a iu it is
....... :et mil r at ... i
a a is 111 a 114 ... i,
A at ... 1 a a.....M4. ia 1 a .
a at a t a m m a ia
a ia a 1 a a .at ... t a
T4 sa w t a it sa ... 1 a
n it; ala u......i aa t a
a ..sit ala 1 as ... rs
a at a 7 1 a ai at 1 a
a ia ... i a 47 at ... 1 a
a at ia 1 1114 44. sa at 7 a
a ta im 7 ik 14 sa ... t
a ta w 11:4 a at a t a
74 i4 a iisi, n a w ta
it at a 7 uv a et ... is
u ta mm is. n s?
a -ns ia 1 a. ta at 1 a
44. at a a a. at a 1 ait
it. at a 1 a .....at m itm
a ..... 1 u rt at a 1 a
a it a m ti rrr a tp
a at a t a a st . 1 n
n t ... 7 14- a a . i
?i ns a 1 it a ra ... t a
n. sa a t a set ta 1 a
11 sa a in a a Mia
ti at a 1 it 44 at ... t a
a a? ... 7ii a., ta ... ta
n sa at tu c a ia t a
a ....... ... 7 u h. sw 4a t a
a ia ... 7 u a at a 7 u
a im ... 1 a u tm ... ta
a a ta T a ti sis a 1 a
7j ....r at 7 a . 44 a ara
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s ... is
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tst i t r.t
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IS T N 4
... ser a t tt 4
....ns a i 1
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... tM ... 1 1T 4
....144 1!4 t ITi, 4
.... M 1 ITS 4
4..S4 t I1H 4
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n at ts 1
ti 4 IIS t M
at Me ... 7 tt 4
SHEEP la most rerpecta lamb trade
was a repetittsn of yesterday's market,
the demand proving dull despite a meager
supply. Offertrtga amounted to only
seven or eight toad and consisted largely
of shorn lamba the eame aa recently.
Parkers' orders were anything but press
lag, however, as attiring gangs ara all idle
today, and It required two or three hour,
of trading to nmke a clearance. Prior
ruled generally tteady, good shorn lambs
eeibnK up to tt to,
Shear, were too sea res to afford a oaot
ahia trade, only a few bunches of ewes
and wether being available. StrMly
choice owes, ramus fieee-. ere wanted
around ftTMpVI. while wethers, sian
ahsrn, we Mid hardly aelr sbevs ti-Ur si
most. Nothing wooled has been cs-nlng
lately, the entire receipts of tat shsea and
iambs shswmgup siwrh
Comparerl stlh last eeak1 clas car
rani artces for bath- shoes and stmb
average about itea.iy, the market lie nig
featured Wy a slsck demand and gen
erally limited ewpstv. Quire a struts of
California spria lambs arrive li Monday
and thay acted eraaluhr, aeillug.at tA
Nothing whatever has Veen fjd oa
country aoroant-thns tar this weeis, ss
the damaMl.fne teedem baa praotiunlly
vanished, weekly purchases lately huv
been decidedly small, packer bluing
everything exren an - ooeneionai load
taken out far hear! a at a abort feeding
Shorn sheep and lamb: Lamb, ggnd to
enoire, r ws w: iambs, rnir to good,
tf.7Mrt.3t: yrearanes, v tvaje.lt; wsthsrs,
te.7t4ie.oit ee tA2ivi.
No. Av. Pr.
ia ahwrrl laliihs ; M 8 W
IN snora laaibs.. U 7
Chteag Live ack, Marbf t.
CH1CADO. May av CATfUL Rs-
ceipta, 3 head; n:aikct slow and weak;
beeves, !ffi.w: TWxits eteers, ki Uc) ui:
weettra sirere, t3MiT.: atnehrrs and
reedera, itjkjAa; cowi aad htllers, KM
Hod.-i-Reeelpt, ' ja.M hud: market
weak, te lower: Hunt, Mhii7.41: ntKed.
7 tttT.tn; heavy, IT.OoifT.aj. rough, IT.
tMiaUtr AND L.AaBST)seeista i,,H
head; market toady, tiativ, U.ilj.:M,
western. 14 Ouffd.al; vearllnga, B-MlT":
lambs, native. tl.W3t.IIO; western, t.K9
Liverpool iieattsr- Msrket.
LIVK1VPOOL. May t. W HE AT Snot,
steady; Ks, 1 red westers wlntea, taM;
No, I Manitoba. 7 101. Future, firm;
July. 7d: October. 7ad.
OOWN wet Americas, mixed,- olds
nulet, fsijUjdi American mlxet, new
kiln dried, steady. 6a 114. Ftiuraa, firm;
Jury, te Sd; September, te IVW-
ST. LOIMS, Mo., 14W BV-WOOI
Heady; territory and western medium,.
16lto: fins mediums. B17c; fine, 1091C0.
HOG SUPPLIES KEEPING UP,
. WHILE PRICES GO LOWER
CINCINNATI, O., atar to. Special Tel
egrara.) Price Our rent says the number
f, boat marketed, a .ebeui the earn a
for the preceding weeki failing moder
ately abort ef the corresponding period
last year. .
Tblal wtstgrn ughterlng reached
tW.OW heart, compared with tK.I8 the
praosdlnc week. For a corresponding
tint last year thw number wa (as, too, and
two years aga tt was 4N.M. From March
1 the total I .na.ost) against ttOkffW a
year aga, a decreaee of kH.cn) hogs. Th
qsalrty at stouk being marketed I good,
and averaga weight In varlotw markt
have gained mederaeeiy, as rsaenlly In
dleated. Pflees) o hoge wer wefl main
tained m ttts-early lare-of ihe wsekv bat
Were subsequently lewvseav aseV at the
ala. ths general averaga foe bxAiulaant
market I about I7.it psr lot pound, com.
pared with ff.tt- a week ago, ,
Number st bag slaughtered at paces
mentioned glno March t:
Kansas OHy .
St. Joseph ....
.. 446 mt
Sioux City ...
CARNEGIE FOUNDATION OP
; EUROPE PUNS' PEACE WORK
PARIS, May KL T)i first gsweesl
meeting of th European section of the
Carnegie Founds tisa for International
Peace, presided over by Leon Bourgeois,
ml natter of. labor, was. concluded tonight
with a banquet, at which member st
ths commission rsaressntlng all th
countries of Esse were present.
Baron D'Esteumelles Ds'ConsUnt, whs
wag chairman of ths baaqeet, anasuasag
a- tbs, fatindattaa had decided to eon-
oentrate It efforts upon ths education of
th ro seen of tbs peep la ef all nation
This tt was hoped to accomplish by more
frequent lest urea, exshsnxe of visit be
tween representative ofth various na
tions, ths distribution of literature and
isr tally by a. wswld-aids attempt to
tsatliy erroneous or exaggerated Informs
on tending) to causa trouble or destroy
fa rones a. vea Suttner of Austria mad
an eiOQuent sddrees urging; ths womea
of ths world to labor for th peace, of th
waria - ,
SEARCH- FOR BABY MARLOW
STILL WITHOUT RESULT
CLEAR LAKE. Ia.. May -(r7oetsl
Telegram.) Deputy Sheriff Samaoa of
Kossuth county was here last night In
man any Hh Hugh) hfmrttrw. father of
th trriettng baby. Daryl Marlow, They
wars fg llsalial a Mg hand at gypsies and
overtook them Just east of the city. They
had an apparantly vahlts child with theac
but tt was not Baby DgryL
It M stltl believed that th child wa
killed by being (track by aa automobile
snd earned away to. hide ths crime.
OR,. PALMER FINDLEY GIVEN
OFFICE BY MEDICAL SOCIETY
BALTIMORE. lid.. May D.-Offloer
of th AmerlcaB Qjrnaeni'ngical xoctsty
were steeled today a follows: Pram
dent, Dr. Henry C. Css- ef New York;
first vtc president. Dr. Osorge H. Nobel.
Atlanta; ascond vie preaident. Dr. Osorge
OellsorB. SC Lsuttn counsel. Dr. Howard
A. Kelly. BalUmors; Dr. Otarg Ward.
New Tor, and Dr. Palmer Find ley.
Omaha: secretary. Dr. Leroy Brown.
New York: treasurer. Dr. J. Wesley Bo
Msewrd gtsewtpts sf Hssja.
SIOUX CITT. May V -Hog receipts
broks all former record at th local
yards today, 74. dot being received.
Meveatrste sf oeras tea mere.
Fert. arrive. SUM:
...K o Mum a Cbnttn
AFFAIRS . ATjS0UTH; OMAHA
Fourth of July Celebration Planned
After Public XmUqi;.
IIXOEIaI. SESYICES JOE I0DAT
AHIrlrs st lavwrseratiwa for Polish
Bssas Drasra la Fire Start
las la niah cased Is .
I 'Arrangementa looking t a big
hratlon of th Fourth of July In Son'.h
Omaha - war , planned last nigh at, a
meeting of th Boaster club had tn th
city hall. Mayor Tata Hector wa
elected chairman and 4. C. Walker, aes.
rotary. T. J. Bhaaahan of th Packer,
National bant was re-elect rA treasure
of the organiaatron.
An extensive program was- msoped ou;
by the large number at buAeeee- m-w
and rlrltrn present sod every effort will
be mad to ehirsw ths ecethratran of
Mat year. Social and commercial organ
ltatlona throughout th- dty will be in
vited to pert Id pat la ths drssnstrattoa
and a huge parade I contemplated
Amusement and athtetie contest, are to
be part of th entertainment, which wa
turned over to th different committee.
appointed by th chair.
Th next meeting of th club will take
plan on J una 7 in th city ball.
TH following committees war ap
pointed: Finance, T. J. Shanahan. 8,- 3.
Oolditrom, M. Heat'. P. 1. Mania, I.
McKale. J. 8. Walter and T. Hoctor
Prea committee, new writers of - the
different paper of th dty. A contu
sions committee, a committee on ground
a committee on music and a committer
oa amusement ware elso appointed.
Jerry Howard ipok, on th lack of pa
triotism as manifested in the program
mapped out and exhorted th chair ti
us th meant at hi dlspuml to endow
th celebration with such feature, tt
would Instill pstrtstum and educate th
foreigner of the city In th meenlrvg
of ths national Institutions. Iloward'4
remarks drew r suet to crttlcUm from P.
J. Martin, who resented the Introduction
of certain remark of Howard a tn un
just and unmerited crUtdera uptn ths
oslebratlon last year.
hea lore ta Present PUT.
On Tuesday evening. Jun 4. trw serrtor
clss of the South Omaha High school
will present Monsieur Heaves I re, a tour
act comedy by Booth Twrklngton, Th
play a .under the dtrsettaw of Mies Mills
Fit oh, and reaearssle have bees going oa
for ths last, aw wee ss, Ths rasa
Monsieur- Heeucolrs......... Huseell PMIp
Maior MolyavsUiav.,, Kdxa Klrtdso
Besu Nash...., .......LouaIU Kluk
,,,,, Kt'lu Kewrer
Stutrt her He,
....... Wlnlhros Las
.... Msi tine Murdoch
Mi Hull-lot ...
Mrs, Msbeley ,
Comtsst d araensbury.Agne Mwsuback
Memorial Day nervines.
All vtierant, both Mu and (ray. Wom
en's Relief Corp. Spanish War veterans.
Son and Daughters of voters ns and whool
children and frisnd are Invited to tag
part in th exercise et thw day.
All parties will meet near 1. r. Kraue'
tor hi Albright at l:a p. m., twrre
In line snd-mereh-to Laurel Hill
eemetsry sad fwrm araand- thw grav. it
Ctmirad Fred J. Mtsr, FoUovMng a
Musk- by th t"ntv
Otsnd Araty. a te BapubUd rltian,
.Mtnlc by th choir.
. lieenin'a sddrsss l ftettsshurtr
tiemral Lagaa' eeosr N. U by Arthur
Women' Relief corps ritual lervlc.
Song-by audlsnsa, "Amarvoa."
Addrsta by Rs, llttsy.
Decorating th grav,
(rrrse ay Iw Tees
Dceoratroa day eelebratim la
Omaha this mornmr gavt wsy to tht
Bopular Intersst In, Oaatpbeil BrMksra'
big drew. Crews sf Baa, wsmea and
ehlMaen frsta the stiy aad tarraiadlatl
onntry spent - ths merang en Vwaaty
ttmrth street awalgna rbs psrads. Pea
nut aad platt lemoned, asxt the garish
finery thai gwes with aehsa Ulusaiastsd
th way aad byway sf th. slty. Th
CsmpbeU thser ata- g4vs aa after twsoa
and night performance.
Pwl4sa Hesa A us lie 4 lea.
Artislat of inomsusstlaa- wees drawa up
yesterday by a asrab at Polka tttawa
ef aautr, Omaha ta. Use, puip at or
gaotang) what is te hs- kaowa as the
Polish Horns, assorlsitna Ths aeescia
tlon t planned alter lbs. pattern of the
Asnnaa Knms of Daagtas eowaty sad
will hava A cuHtti slock of ta,A divld)')
Into share of tit, par value.
It h irnmt t rset. v bay. a torn
modlous building for ths eruertslnment
and development ef th PoHeh people of
Fir originating In th boiler room of
thw high school at Twenty-third and K
treats less dissevered yesterday evening
at T o'clock by William Wooley, a atadent
of th Khosl.
The- Mas was dtsroversd tn a pit at
paper In ths eeurjne rosta aad th flame
had awa through th. est ling immedi
ately below tn elaat raom on th first
floor. Wooley. whs wag awaiting tat re
tarn of Secretary Jaate P. sulllvan (ram
hms. Called the Ur depart tnent. The
daman a appreai rested at Hett
Itetiariiag at ths. frast tVtar sf bit
sta at Thirty eaves th and I street.
Jobs Nnvtckl and Fete Bosnara pro
I at devests ting raid yesterday '
evening and, according ta ths sol lea, re i
daeed the turmtur and.avovabie st th !
haul tt 1 pi Inter, a loses and shredr i
after having driven th women and chll- j
drsa cut Into the streets, !
Novlckl was anabl It) airs, any cause i
for km coaduat, but Boasara aecoantwi (
tor ha shers sf ths wsrtt try a eonstltu-1
tlonal aympathy for th on making the 1
Both, spta aar held for
Judge James CaKenaA i
Maatts City Ossein. 1
O. W. Munson of Cotome. ft. D., ta the ,
guest of South Omaha frieods tht week, i
PotMIs of th different school ara en-
Joying picnic at tbs parka, attar choc!
O. W. Raymond has returned to his
home tn North Platte after a short vtait
with local friends.
H. A. H odder, avoortetor of ths Maaie
City Barrel company, and ha force of
workmen, left vesteidsv afternoon oa A
fishing expedition to ths Platte river. 1
Mtse Alice and U err ones Browneon
left Tuesdsy for Kanras City, whers they :
win visit wtut tnsr brother, K. 1. Urown
soa. Mr. and Mrs. Chrl Christiansen ar at
Cotsrldg. Neh., where they war called
by the death of Mrs. Christiansens aster,
The subtle offt-es snd choer of the city
will be closed for the day in honor of
th soldier and sailors who partici
pated ta tbs civil war.
Th Weodmea of th World me last
night at their hall to arrange for the
Memorial day. Jun I ws chosen as
the dy npoa which all ths camps of
South Omens circle will meet st Laurel
Hill te commemorate ths virtue ot tneir
Musicians to Honor; f
One-half hour ot this afternoon 1 es
ton of th convention ef the American
Federation ot MuUcians win be devoted
t th holding of memorial service for
th dead Titanic muMoiana. A eulogy
will be delivered by Secreury Owen
Miller, and abort 4 perches will he made
by 8. L. Hat ley. George W. Bep and
Charles A. Deri In,
The Titanic commit tea will ask the con
vention, tn send U.att to th surviving
relative, of. tbs Titanic musician who
were dependent upon Uierh for support.
A circular tetter will be sent out by th
national secretary te all the union af
filiated with th federation asking them
t rats funds by subscriptions, by giv
ing concert, and entertainments or in
any ether way they may see fit for the
relative of the muaclan who went to
a watery grave la th Ui-fated ship.
It I expected that front tlO,on to pi.OOO
will be obtained In thus manner. Th
amount ot money turned Into th natlonaj
treasurer will be published In th Inter
national Monthly, th federation paper,
each month until October 3D, and will
then be turned over to th United State .
foreign consul to be distributed.
A latter at condolence will, be dratted
and published In ths monthly paper and
a copy will be engrossed to adorn th
walla of the convention ha)A
New Suffrage Society
of Business Women
Th causa of woman tuff rage secured
another half-nelson held, In Omaha last
night, whan nearly a hundred buttnest
and ptofesslanal women, gathered at the
Young, Women' Christian aasocUtlaa
and mad plant for another tuffrag an
sanitation. Independent of .th aaaocta.
Uon 110 w tn txlsteac here. . , . ,-,
Sufftivg was discussed from every
en!: and th woman war enthusiast!.
However, except tor selecting, pwroaneat
conuuUtea, nothing wa dona, AV th
next mai ling officer will b elected aad
plan formed to get tha new organisation
Into th public . At this meeting -It
will be dsutdad what .variety ot. suffrage
the association will etpc-ute-mllttant,
liberal or progjeejlv, . ' '
Tha following committee wsr stmecT;
NsaunalionsMisa Anna L, Peterson,
Mr-. K, L, Potiar. and Miss Katharine
i.'iatltiitlan Mrs, Draper Smith, Susan .
Paaun aud Miss Da v lea. .
M.'inberalilp-.Mlea Franct Drhvet; Mrs.
C, W. Hayes, Miss Jesn McDonald. Una
Harvey atsHs aud Mm, J. P. Ptui -
M'DONALD ORDERED TO WALK
BEAT, AMD WILL RESIGN
Jamea H. UcDenatd. fat, tig yeare, A
detsetlv In tha. elty, ptice. departnvanu
was yesterday reduced Is the rank, ef
Itatsalmaa sad aeaianed ta a "beat" at
thw far end ot Sherrnaa aveaua Ta.rai
raassn far MaDonaUrs demstwa t twine
withhold, aad the only explanation , ot
tered for the change la that tha depart
ment caa get along with on less data
ttve snd caa use Mother patrolman. Mo
isaaakt ears, hs wilt, rsslgn, f rem th
force before he will accept th demotin
and walk a beat.
Aceordin t Chief Donahue. Mr Donald
was Isf, without a partner when Andrew
Patslra ws prenioUMt to ths position ot
deal, serges at aad neothsr petltloa oouhl
ha found for MoDeneld. ts
PEDESTRfAM ISJNJURED .. .;,.
WHEN AUTO TIRE BURSTS
D. S- MrCltntock, IUI Capitol avemsa,
was struck by ft flying pises of Iron fraa)
the rear wheel ot an auto' driven by
Oesrg Maitow, ttU Ohio treat, at ILK
clock last night. McCllntock! suffered
a bad bruise of on of hi left and wsh
tsAsa-ts the Omaha, Osneral hosplul.fqt
trwatmanC f ?
AscorAlng ta Marrow, who i a gxrag
owser, ha wa waiting; toy a ear to pa
at- Six tenth between, Dad a treat and,
Capitol avenue, whan ta. tti exploded,
throwing the rim, with, tsrrtfl teres t.
ths sidewalk and linking th peosatrlaa.
HURR1ES T0 CATCH TRAIN '
AND BREAKS SPEED LAW
Fred rerngsli, a stookraaa living at la
South Thirty-see end etreet, was arsested;
taat night by Motercyele. Palteemaa,
Ernary, whs. eherged him with ssceeding
tin (need Hmlt Synaall was driving eoeas
frtsnds te the railroad station and her)
but a few minute te catch the train
when th officer stopped Mrs, HA wag
relaerd upon a 1st bond.
Tall Clowe rsHwawls-a.,-. I
PIERRE, S. D., May . Special Tel:
egram.i-Lontra B. Cull, the staJWar
candidal for governor.' spoils here- lata
evening and marts hla main tatuaa cour
reforai and batter rnsthods of assessment,
with Mat aid for highway and th with
drawal of Mais- land treat sal for
long series of yeara. Thus 1 th clos
ing taHt ef hla oxarpalgn which, be has
bees making In, th eastern part ot the
Be-ins Konday, Jane 3d
Showing will represent month
ot careful eiectlng and buying
by our rarioua manaxsra.
Profits nav not been eoni'.d
ered In our efforts to five you
tint blggeat money worti of
a tieaction you Avar kntrti,
WATCH FOB FlRTHKIt
PREPARE TO COKE MONDAY -
Ton never before Bad ft sav
ing opportualtv Maal to this
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