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Little Willie Gettit
Copyright. 1313, International
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
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f'V' 'SH ' ' ' ! f . COMB VviUUE I f OH' WILLIE 1 V-ZZI T ' " -) V aSL 0 SRI
COMPANY "PURSUES SAMPSOHiFairburyMan '
Killed by Fall
Kan Indicted for Attempt to Secover
from Cftr Company.
THREATS SENT IN THE MAILS
Iowa frilled "tales Marahnl Will
Rrlnar ,111m Bnck from Idaho
to Antncr for the
Warming Up in the Winter. League
(From a Stuff Correspondent.)
MbS MOINK8, In., Oct. 2S.-(Sp-ia5
Telegram.)- drputr I'mted Slates mar
shal will leave tonight for Caldwell,
Idaho, to brltiK back Doctor Harold
Sampson, to be tried on nn Indictment
found three years ago' tor attempt to
rntllet the street car company out of $5,00d
on a claim of damages to- his wife. He
sent threats of the suit through the malls.
Investigation Is sold to have shown
there was no merit In tbe claim and
further that Bam p on had worked a
similar scheme In Chicago and got money.
He la said to be station agent for a rail
road at Caldwell.
Highway !r n IOWM.
""Governor Clarke today gave out a state
ment approving and commending the
plana of the Lincoln Highway association
for having next Saturday observed In thu
ataiej and especially along the route of
the 'proposed Lincoln highway, as a sort
of a 'Lincoln highway, day, and also hav
ing sermons on Sunday concerning the
life and services of Lincoln. The Idea Is
t arouse Interest In the proposed high
way and Its Improvement all over the
tale. The people living near the route
have taken great Interest In the same and
are doing all thify can to sea that the
redte Is Improved at once. A ttyut has
ben, solved here for a loop from the high
way, to and through De Hollies and book
attain to the highway, and this haa re
ceived the approval of the promoters.
insnrsmee eta iteuera.
The Board et Control la arranging to
tako out insurance en the boilers at the
heating and power plants of the various
Mate Institution. The state does not In
ei re 1U buildings, or rather carries its
own, insurance. Most of the new build
ings are fireproof, and the old ones that
are hot will be replaced In time. But the
beller Insurance carries with it a semi
annual Inspection of the boilers for safety
oh a test of the same, and this Is re
gfed as very Important. Borne of theee
boilers are so placed that If they should
burst it might cauao great loss of life.
New corporations filing articles In tho
office of the secretary of state Include:
Red Oak Seed company, capital 110,090,
by A, C. Qustafson and others; Midwest
Deteettve agency, t,0, by W. 11. Mont
gat try and others; and the Duncombo
Light and rower company, 110,090; N. O,
"Wfamer and others.
Two teer Fires.
A street car on the Highland park line
from the north part of the city caught
fire from the wiring early this morning,
Kd Wore thevflre department could get
to the' place the car wu practically de
, Consider "Welfare Topics.
A general consideration ot -if are sub
JecUf Is on the program for the State
Conference of Charities and. Corrections
Which Is to be held next week. There will
be discussion of new labor legislation,
aafaen wise-earner, organised thartly.
the pro&Wm ot the defectives, vital statis
tics, widows' pensions and the effuct of
the ravages, of tuberculosis. Outriders
who appear on the program are V. T
llumner. W. T .Zueblln and Graham lAy-
lor. all of Chicago.
Replevin to Secure Bc Body.
Two local undertakers went Into court
today to see which one should have the
burial ot the body. of Pullne. Monaco, nn
Italian who was 'killed accidentally' on
Sunday. The coroner sent the "body, to
one undertaker by order of a cousin ot
the dead man, and later another under
taker appeared with an order from an
uncle of the dead man. The Justice court
It asked to decide the case.
Creditors Hold A Meeting.
Creditors of the J. It. Huribut company,
bankrupt, held their first meeting this
ntornlng before IT. 11. Whttaker, referee
in bankruptcy. J. F. Mahedy, a local
druggist, was named trustee by the court
after a close contest between himself and
Don IS. Shaw, attorney. Mahedy has been
acting as temporary receiver. The stock
ot drugs and fixtures haa been ordered
advertised for sale. The next meeting of
the creditors will be held November L
IMaa Blar School Parade.
A monster celebration, including prob
ably the first parade ever conducted un
dtr such auspices here, is being planned
for next summer immediately following
the closing of the public schools tor the
summer vacation. The plan is being
fathered by the interchurcb council fl
lowshlp and membership committee, com
posed of P. E. Goodell, professor at North
high, C. N. Drake, professor at Drake
and member ot school board; Casper
BCBenk, attorney and bull moose com
rente man; h. A. Merrill, attorney. snd
. .O. Jetland. attorney.
FAinUUltr. Neb., Oct. IWSpeclal
Telcifram.) Ollbcrt Hoch, a prominent
Hock Is.lnnd conductor of this city, while
taking down window screens this after
noon fell off a ladder, landing on his
head- and shoulders, breaking his neck
and dying Instantly. I loch wa off on a
vacation. lie wan X years of nge, and
had been employed on the Nebraska di
vision nn conductor jor a number of
years Ho wn a no,',-,t "rub i
the Order of Hallway Conductor. He Is
survived by a widow mm mdali.Bon. Tin
body will bi taken to Andrews, lnd for
Lincoln Man Buys
the Kearney Times
(Krornyu Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct.' 28.-fHpe.olaU-Frank
AV. Drown of Lincoln, son f ox-Mayor
Hrown. lids purchased the Kearney Dally
Times and tho same haa been Incorpor
ated according to articles filed with the
secretary of atnto today.
The corporation will be known as the
Kearney Dally Times Publishing com
pany, and the capital stock Is placed at
$10,000, ' The other Incorporators are
Willis W, Oldham and Hay II. Jacobs.
THe Farm era' Union Co-operative asso
ciation has filed It articles of Incorpora
tion with tho secretary of, state. The
company Is Incorporated for tee, 000. and
will do a general grain business at Utaa,
The Incorporators number twenty-five
Oscar Q. Carter, aged 32. and Cora i!
i'erry. aged J7, seoured a license to marry
a. . T I- . .... . . ' .-. .
" iHwuiii c-ieruny. . aom parties live
in Omaha. ,
RUNAWAY TEAM WRECKS
PIANO AND AUTOMOBILE
BEATRICE. Neb.. Oct. .-Boeclan-
A team of horses belonlgng to I. R. May-
nom, a farmer living southwest of the
city, ran away Monday afternoon In tho
Hyrllngton yards, smashed Mr. Mar-.
bom's piano, which he was unloading
from a car, damaged tho automobile of.
William Umphenour, wrecked the buggy
in wmcn airs. Fred Bowers and Mrs,
Henry Broaohlnakl were riding, inuring.
mem ana their horse. Tho horses be
came frightened at the switch engine and
Ploughed through everything In the path
until they were stopped In Wrat Beatrice
after crossing Court street bridge. Mr.
and Mrs. Umphenour were riding In the
car and narrowly escaped being' killed.
Their machine was so' badly damaged
that It will have to have a new body.
Tne Doay of Mrs. Julletta B. Gillette, a
former Beatrice resident, who died Ut"
Oakland, Cat, October IS, 1911, was re
cently cremated and the ashes were
brought here Bjinday for Interment In
Kvergreen Home cemetery by her son,
Paul Gltletto. Mrs. aillette's daughter.
Mrs. Anna L. North of Omaha, accom
paniea by .'her husband, Mr. and Mrs, W.
D, Hill had Rev. L. D. Young of the
First Presbyterian church were present
at, the interment
P. Vf. Schaupp of Lincoln, inspector of
scales and weights, arrived In the city
Monday and will remain here for about
a week looking after his official duties.
lie was formerly a representative from
Gag county and before going to Lincoln
resided at Virginia.
REACHES THE ISTHMUS
COLON, Oct. .-Secretary of War dar
ns, aeorapanled by Mrs. Garrison and
nral E. M. Weaver, chief of the coast
artillery, .arrived here this morning on
hoard the steamer Colon. The secretary
waa met by Colonel Goethals and the
other members of tho Isthmian canal
commission: The partr la4lately left
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Fricei Advisee oa Early Trading
ald Tien. Slump Off.
BAD REPORT ON STEEL IS OUT
lavra Ncvrs Notea
MlSSOUItl VALLEY-Wm- nut H.llnv
three or more miles north of town. Early.
wiring and. waa destroyed deintta th
efforts ot Mr. Hardin and Roy Mason.
The car Is said to have been Insured tor
one-half Its value.
CEDAR PALLS The beautiful trtrYi
mausoleum recently completed In O rein
wood cemetery was aDDrobrlateiv diii.
cated yesterday with Imrjreimlva rvir
Tho dedicatory address waa given' by nevl
una ii iiuiniea oi mt f irst congrega
tional church. The structure was built by
an association, with M. J. VanTUberg as
contractor. It Is of concrete and steel.
with SoS tombs and twenty-four nlchi for
AMES The Younr Men'. Chtl.il.n ...
soclaUon cabinet starts this week to raise
JI.OOO among the XOOO Ames student.
toward the aurjDort fntirt ni wini.n. i,
Tener. Ames "P6, hlef director of the
loung Men's Christian association work
In the Philippine islands.
A M ES Dean r-.th- ,tr
Miss Ruth Michaels. In.ir,,; it .J-
Ames home economics facul'r. will be at
the national dairy show in Chicago this
, a i montrf ting how to cook the varl
5 " uuucifc Ames aomestlo set
.uuu- inernoers are in large d
mand over the country as lecturers.
..r r"1 Preparations are being
made by Secretary Ward M. Jones of the
Ames General Alumni . ..l..i M.
5 ii5.i" "mea aiumni and former
students Prldav and Ritd.u -
. . ... - - . - ' u. tllu
weea, naturoay being the date of the big
fwf J. !hK'br"k Frid- mornlnf
there will be a mass meeting In State
lmnlum. followed by an In
hering of students, alumni and
L, . ' . " "'n nail eaturday morolng.
Saturday noon la a big luncheon In ila?.
iwr aiumm. siuaenta. rri.n.
and faculty. At l:So in th.
comes the klckotf In the Nebraska-AnTes
Hawkeyes Train for
IOWA CITT, la., Oct. tt (SfMkclal.)
Coach Hawley's work with the Iowa foot'
bait squad from this time on will be done
wtth a view to the Nebraska game, which
closes the local schedule. The Hawkeyea
must play Indiana and Ames before that
time, and' while thoy do not undereetl
mate these teams thty figure them both
weaker than the Cornhuskers. The Ne
braska victory over Minnesota Is remem
bered, and the Iowa team' will b the only
other one having a chance t to uphold the
big nine Cdtvterence against- Stelhm'a men.
The game Is alao looked upon as a good
opportunity, to try out the Nebrasna
claims to the western .championship. The
Hawke-ves were given continued light
work today, as the Indiana game Is still
,two weeks away.
TO STRENGTHEN. TEAM
Coach Morgahthaled has become con-
vtneed that to make a good ahowing
against the remaining teams to be played
this season, he must greatly streogtnen
the University- ot Omaha line. How fo
do this remains a serious question for
the coach, as the material on hand is
rather light. So far In every game tho
Omaha team has been outweighed and
aa a result haa had an uphill fight, The
disadvantage of weight is more than off
setting the hopes of the student body, yet
the poor showing made by the team so
far this season can be traced to no other
cause. Because or tne iignmeea oi ne
line the open style of play has been re
sorted to neatly entirely in the gamea
played to tar this season.
Of the four remaining games, tne one
with Cretghton will probably be the stlf-
fest The team is determined that
Crelghton will not have a walkaway
with the contest and expect to put up a
The team Is beginning to get over the
effects of the Cotner game last rriday
and with no game this coming Saturday
will have a fine chance to get in tip-top
ahape for the remaining games. The
back field ot the team has made marked
Improvement In the manner of playing.
They work together more aa a whole and
co-o Derate to a better advantage with
the rest of the team than ever before.
. . I
ankle, which will prevent him from com
pleting the tour with hie team mates,
probably would not have been suffered
had the player been wearing other than
the regulation low shoes.
The low shoe came Into voguo when
players arrived at the concliislon that
the high tops prevented speed In base
Strike Ties Up MaU
m Gity of New York
for a Short Time
NEW YORK, Oct Il-Most of the Its
motor trucks of tho Postal Transfer com
pany, tied up for nearly four hours last
night and early today by a strike of
chauffeurs, were operated this morning
by strike breakers, ami the congestion
of mall matter, acute for a time, was
being rapidly cleared up. Postmaster
Morgan, who remained up all night, aold
at o'clock that ull malls were moving
on schedule time.
Secret service men and police accom
panied the strike breakers. Officers ot
the transfer service said the strikers
places were nearly .all filled, and that
those who walked out would not be taken
The strikers demand a ten-hour day.
with one hour for lunch; tt.73 a day, pay
able weekly;, time and a half, overtime:
one day off a week and recognition of the
union. The present scale ot wages Is
tlOo a month for seven days a week.
'Optimists are all ri-hi. nrovld.! th..
"f. not unreasoning and excessive'
fl- fHS".,MU,er at fM'on luncheon
mil . i -
oa optimism or our onmn.ni." v. .
went on. "reminds me of Smith. A drug.
Bl..tJM V 8mUh oni n,ht he lodge?
There s a movement on foot to make
Good said Smith, 'Good, that will
bring alcknesa within the reach of all "
J Key to the BItuatloa-Bee dverUtlnc,
BASE BALL PLAYERS
MAY WEAR HIGH SHOES
CHICAGO. Oct a. High shoes wUt
arupplind the low shoes which are now
worn by major league base ball players
if President Comlskey ot the Chicago
White Sox haa his way. Many sprained
ankles and foot Injuries could be pre
vented by a return to the old-fashioned
' foot gear, he believes.
I Returning yeaterdsy from Kansas City,
where he made an Inspection of the
I Giants and White Sox. world tourists
President Comlskey declared that First
Baseman Hal Chase's injury, a sprained
Bteel Combine Declares Dividend,
NEW YORK. Oct IS. Trie United
Btatea Steel corporation today declared
Its regular quarterly dividend ot 1U per
cent on the common stock and IS per
cent on the preferred.
The. total earnings, of the corporation
for tho ' quarter, ending September 30,
were bs,m,o; the net income Tor the
quarter, KS.KI.lWi and tee surplus 111,.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
Meet at Washington
WASHINGTON, Oct M.-Speclal Tele
gram.) Two of the Nebraska railway
commissioners, B. O. Taylor of Central
City and Thomas L. Hall ot Richardson
county, together wtth U. O. Powell of
Lincoln, rate clerk for tho commission,
rp attending the convention of railway
i-uiiuniBBiunrrs in session nere. ,
Along with other members of the con
vention, the Nebraska men are especially
interested in the attempt to be made to
secure uniformity in the conditions sur
loundlng the express business ot the
country. The difficulty comes through
the fact that while Interstate rates fixed
by tho federal commission are uniform,
no two states have exactly the same rates
on express' matters within their, borders.
"Generally speaking, no two states have
the same rates on express matter within
their borders." said one of the Nebraska
men. "Not only do the rates differ, but
the classifications are not the same, and
It has caused Important trouble to express
companies, their agents, their auditors
and. Incidentally, the general, public.
Wtth uniform Interstate rates and at the
same time absolutely varying intrastate
rates it has become almost Impossible to
secure accurate accounting for express
business, or for the sgents to quote uni
The committee on express rates is to
propose to the convention a plan to as
sist In securing greater uniformity. They
propose to have a committee consisting
of one from each state, which Is to hold
a meeting later and try to agree upon
some plan which will eliminate the pres
ent confusion. The express companies,
now that they have conceded the lower
Interstate rates, were "not only willing,
but anxious, to co-operate with the state
commissioners In Improving present con
ditions, no only In the state,' but In the
Key to the Situation Eee Advertising.
Hnarterly Statement of the Business
of the Corporation Furnishes
I ' Food 'for the Pesslrals.
i ? t tlo Ones.
NEW,YORIC..Oct a.-Tradlng In stocks
w)is uneven' today and ended with Iosjhjs
for t mbstf ofthe speculative favorites.
The opening. Was IrregUIar with 'an easy
tendn6y Prices moved up iintll tho list
ranged . well bVer yesterday's close. In
the .aTtfcrnOdn this trend was reversed.
The -.announcement that .2,600,000 iof
Soilth. African ifold had been procured In
L"dKdoh.fO New York'liaM first Dlace
lh,th6.dfty news and for a time exerted
a sumuiaung enect on stocKS. this
flngagmentof gold was forecast by the
drop mn'deKiamT sterling-. Pear was ex
greeted, tltat f ilrther blading for gold '
Arflertca.Tnliht.,result ltt.an advance in
incuanx or. England's rate or discount.
The suppfy ot stocks" at the late de
cline nbpatehtly came from the bear's.
This selling wak accompanied by reports
that the quarterly statement ot the
United' Stiles' Steel corporation would be
less .favorable, than had, been predicted.
When .the, .statement appeared atter tho
close ef .the. market ttr was seen that
tH.I. t,A.atv,l.tl I t nn - t.n.l ..,
.Utiloh I'acUle. showed a decrease In
ntjeah(ns of fcEB.OOO, and Southern Pa
ct nc, iiw.etaj,
Mbney rates stiffened today. Call loans
renewed At 3H "per cent an advance of
Port ot Etattle Oil. 12 M 5
Rubni. Idilio, K, 1K1 91 1M
Union Stock Ttrdr. Omahu. HH
Vftfn Co. Sch. IN. No. it It, 198 IVi loo
Walker, la.. School Is. 1911 W!i 190
Woodtmfr Co., la.. Dralnts (i, 1917.. 101. (
OMAHA GENERAL MARKET.
wern lrrnilnrt . DapV T.tanrl 'la.
sties' Were hlJth'erand American Telephone
bonds 'lower., Total sales, par: value,
IMW.TOO. United Statesrbonda were un
changed on ;calL. i , i
hump- ot,lr4a and leading quotation
on stocks' vrer:
. - 4 r salt. Hlih. Low. Clot.
AaUkamtted (Cemr ,., aa.10 K 7S 74H
Autviitin Asricuuurai ... ..
Airkh Met' Wtr...T SM
AiivrioaD uaa.pia , ioo
AWftiean c. &,r
Amirican uoiioti- on.
AMfrlela IAIH4 . .
Atnttmn .,'!( tw
AM. H. iptl 169
AfeUlcaa T. ,c'T........ a,IO ltlH
AiricaotoToooeo, .... r,
Anka(bU MlalnfCo.... V IIK
Althim au -.iw suit
Atchtoen tli 1.0W. 9u
Allabtla. Coalt .Lis .!; ... .
KlMr. A Ohio. 700 (U
BHlhm iBl ., 100 11
Broo.lrn R,m Tr M ni
Oaatelia l'tiiii 11.101
cebitii L-tthtr i,ka s
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Chlcaso, It. if St. p.... i.Mo josh jMH
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Conaollaatfa- Qit art
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mil in pttlj .f.
le.t Norther pf.
OtAt .Notthani Orf Htt.
later. . Mat i-lrt.,
International tweip ....
K.tna City southern...
Laeltda Oas .....
i4-ntBa -aiirj, ,bw
Lohl.tllte ft S'aaliTUU.t .....
M..'8t. r. A H. Kt. M. 300 1J04
Mltourl..K. & T. 400. to
National 'BIWtiU' .-. ;,
'It. It. of VL,M pfi,.
New Tort Ooatnxl.'. l.too
N..Y.i o. a w..i
Norfplx A., Weitrrn.
N'tlhi Aiaartcaa ....
rolk'a Oli ..-.'....
P.. V. f , 8t, L.
riltlbuMh CaaL ...
BUTTKR-No. 1, 1-lb. catrons, 32c: No.
1, W-lb. tub. 81c; No. 2. 300,
KiBH-Whlte, freeli, 170; trout, fresh.
16c; large crapples. fresh, 16c; Spanish
mackerel, t'n'i snnd roe, per potr, 4W;
salmon, fresh, Kc; halibut froah, 13c.
buffalo, 90c; billheads, 13c: channel cat
tish lfici pike, 15c; plckerol, 12c.
CHBJjIBB Imported Swfss, y.'c; Amer
ican Swiss, 25a; block SwIes, 24c; twin?,
lfciic; daisies, lSHc; triplets, 18lic; yountt
Americas, 3)c; blue label brick, 19c; llm
bergor, z-lb., sOc; Now York, white, 19c.
POULTRY Broilers. J5.00ti6.00 per dot.;
hens, 17c; cocks, 12c; ducks, lstjfCOc; geese,
18c; turkeys, 2Cc; pigeons, per dor., 11.20;
roosters, 6c; ducks, full feathered, 11c;
Refese, full feathered, 10c; siuabs, No. 1,
1C0; No. 2. D0o.
Wholesale prices of beef cuts effective
today In Omaha are fiB'follous:
U15EF Cl'TS No. 1 ribs. ISc: No. 2.
Itc; No. 3, 12c. No. 1 loins, lBiSc.' No. 2,.
lfV. r. ' - 1Ltrt x? 1 , Al .
No. 2, ?Uc: No. 3. 3ic No'. 1 round.
1 11c. No. 2, 12Hc; No. 3, liy,c. No. 1
. Plates, 8c; No. 2 74c: No. .1 7ViC,
iin.r.bui.ir.uun tailiomitt lips,
12-os. 'pkgs., 85c: California flffs. 60 6-or.
pkgs., .w); Cnliforniii black flK, ii 2
ot. pkgs., $1.00; 7-crown ImRortcrl llg.
per lb., ISc; 3-crown Imported fig, per
lb:. 13c; 7-crown pulled figs lLoxes weigh
ing about 5 lbs.), Wo; 8-crown pulled figs
(boxes weighing about 5 lbs.), 75c; (
crown pulled figs (boxes weighing JO ox.,
per dozen, $L2i; Dromedary brand date,
pkg., t..(M; Anchor Brand dates, pkg.,
J2.25; parsnips, per lb., 2c; carrots, pet
lb., 2c; beets, per lb.. 2c: rutabagas, per
lb.. l',4c; California Jumbo celery, per
ooxen, 75c; Michigan celery, per dozen.
S5c; elder, per keg, $3.25; older, per half
libl., to.i5; onions, per dozen, 6Uc; pars
ley, per dozen, 40c; radish, per dozen,
20e; head lettuce, per dozen, $l.ro; home
Krown leaf lettuce, por dozen, 40a; green
Ptppers, per basket H.OO; wax or green
beans, per basket, J1.00; hot house cucum
bfrs, per dozen. 75c; cauliflower, per lb.,
10c to 12c: Venetian garlic, per lb., 12U.C1
eggplant per dozen, $1.50; horseradish, 2
dozen bottle In case, per case, fc.00; wal
nuts. No. 1 soft shell. pr lb., 20c; mediuiri
pecan-, per lb., 1354c; pecan. Jumbo",, per
lb., 15c; giant pecans, Louisiana paper
shell, per 1U-, 25c; Filberts, per lb., lie;
Drake almonds, per lb., Uc; paper shell.
23c; Brazils, per lb., 18a; largo, washed,
per lb., 19c; black walnuts, per lb., 2V4c;
law No. 1 .peanuts, per ib 7cji Jumbo
peanuts, perIb.. 8e; roasted iieanuts, per
lb., 854c; shell bark, hickory nuts, per
1 h . lni-.a..lntrnv . I t . hAM i V. ' I .
HeBubllc . A S
Hipubllo I.. 41. pM...
IVKk ralaat Cbi
Itock Iiliha CV. 'pfd...
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B.abpaM ia.tr U
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a'do-stmei4ri. & i.
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IB Ion Pacific (rd
tnltKt flttua Mttltr..
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ViiltaJ KUua Miei.. .
'. V. Stial itt.. ..
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W.atltiKUKl4tla ... 1.900
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Tp Al ali. tor th ar, 4.1 aharta.
nbir r. . a , tx
The following prjees .are furnished by
th aiuinsky Fruit company:
FRUITS-Apples-No. 1 Jonathan ap
ple, per hbl.. $4.60; drop Jonathan applea,
pbl $3.75; No. 1 Stayman winesaps, per
bbl., $1.00; No. 1 Ben Davis, per bbl., $3.60;
extra fancy California bellflowcrs, t iler,
per box, $2.00; extra fancy Washington
Grimes Goldens, per box, $2.25; extra
fancy Idaho Northern Spy, Greenings, or
Kings, per box. $2.00; extra fancy Idaho
nambos, per box, $2.25. Peaches, Pearo
and Prunes Extra fancy Elberta free
stone peaches, per box. 75o; extra fancy
tlherta freestone peaches, 25 crate lots.
Pf, cra,tev ?0c; large blue prunes, per
i.tWA t .Vt cral 10' Pr crate. $L10;
""'et- Prs, per box. $2.75: Cali
fornia extra, fancy Beurro Clalrgeau
pears, per box. $-,; California extra
faticy winter Nellls pears, per box, $i75;
hi r cxJlra fancy We? Pears, per
,b?;.:s: New York Klefer pear?, per
?ihcLbaJ:ret ,U0O: Michigan Klefer
oS-F.U8h,i bMket' 1-Si- Valencia
Oranges-Extra fine Valenclas. 1M, 268
fvi iEfr &xiJtM: Sunklst Valenclne,
15( $150; 176, 200 218, 250 sizes, per box
V, Ah -Jf m0,lJ,rKXra fany Sunklst. 300-
Wi.i?S?"5 n,d box,
-.-"co -oioraao uurwell Gems, per
m!'i ""-Ws-Extra fancy bold
St J vZ 1Ia,8a s-rapes, per crate. $1.40;
h.tv .Y,01ik KTHB- ler basket 30c; 60
basket lots, per basket, 29c; Michigan
grapes, per bosket. 28c; 60 bapket lots,
per basket 27o; tiome-grown grapes, per.
bosket. 22c; W basket lots, per basket
h3?tJ' elle- W"00- Cran-
m.. . . . genuine ed
m e,VXly toato- Per bushet
! Wm IUer Burb"n". Pr bushel
'r8'"la wtt Potatoes, per bbl.
nJi Cabb,are-lIolland' eed, per lb.. 2c!
omona-Culifornla. larjfo yellow! pS 'it.
2Hc; Wisconsin, large red globe, ner lb
o-t'j i lb.-' Ja Tmotoes-rCaUfornIA.
hnLtbJk?t cratei ";75; 5 crate lou. as;
GENERAL CR0ZIER AND
I MISS. WILLIAMS TO MARRY
IX1NDON. Oct 2S.-Frldav. Octnh.r
'has been selected for the marriage of
' Brigadier General William Crozler, chief
J of ordnance of the United States army
and Miss Man' Williams of Washington.
,The ceremony Is to be performed-at St
George's, Hanover Square.
LMaa Stock "Market.
DOS. Oct 28. American aaVnrtti..
opened quiet and unchanged today. Llrht
ting advanred nrices at the .tart .
IS ttr th rhtrkat eased off an1 kf
Values, ranged from 54 above to S, below
yediin" vPi -vrV elosinr.
Cotiaola; ' mar. Tllt-ltCaloti Pattrk .itru
do account Tl
MLVRR Bar, easy at ITHd per ounce.
MONBT-iU per cant .
Jr- Discount rates: Short bills, "lt-i6fl4,
I n., i.,nl 1 1. ... mistK- Kill. J ,T ,'
. r Lecal seonritles.
-iQuottUaaa ruralalud tr Baro. fariakar ft Co..
tit oaiaba Natlasal bank batMlact
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i R. ft L- Sa. 191 hi MW
craaaur an Ji2 H
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Fattaiaat crairT Hi coat roar.. 9914 190U
v -m . ym,
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Kt- ri4lttr,fc Caaaaltr. Omaha.
ClU of OsuM Watar 414-V 1M1
Oeiaaa Oaa la, UlT
Oaoaaa ft C a St. JRr. la 191.
Ouaaa ft C a St. Rr coo .
Oataaa ft C , R.' ft B. pM
rlalrtc O. ft B, par coat sou. 1914
Bauaiat-Kaanaa Bias- . e. pM. ,
tuaux.atr 6sk. Tarda (a, 19aa. .
fa-la'Pmaia' ytra Kail 4a 19M.. ...
ratruaat v7rairr p
Fa,lraKuit craamarr T r
rail RltarlCo.. S.-D..
iiur. BaU Tr. ta. II
Ml aAl B A brand new Ide eatA
fliV MfAJI Ser Collar with
Ull n9ew a dlitlnct Trass- C l
m uVuilSr AtUoUc lr- c
1 f liaW The extreme of J
J(r smartseat with ,
ou' txggertlon V..
Dotm't tortad 11
it has Llnocord Cabreakable Icttoaholes
In ao other make which enable the
collar to retain Its original food acta thra
-aoaihs of wear,
2 for 25c.
Tar gate By
Thus. KUpatrick 1c Ct.
itwr soogus m.