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THE BEE: OMAHA. Till IISDAV. M-AIJCIl 2
OMAHA LIYEJTOCX MARKET
Cattle Show Very Little Change at
Compared with Tueiday Fat
1 ' Lambs Ten Higher.
Hogs mostly ten cents down
fOlTI! OMAHA. Marrh 24, 1S B.
TteretDI fl: C all la.. II..CS. llheen.
Pftirtil Mondav 4.."
tJetlmate Wednesday.. .-
Three days thl .wk.-lV
Puma dav I art work.. 22. 4."
Kerne days 2 irkl. lH.W
Bame days I .ks. ago 4,4l
ptvna daya 4 wke. ago.n.Mft
fcama days tut ar...ll,H4
Mb 1 1 . . . . - .Analn! I
1. on ivi:uinn la in pu ua hit i ' - i
frf cattle. hoga and sheep a: the pViuth
ptnaha live stock market for the year to
gat a oompared with laat year:
131. ihm, inc.
TatUa 132.130 21."40 21 W)
K"S , M:i! fWo.T4 14x.1o
Ehern , Vm.lt; 4i.iJZ l..n
Th followlna; Ublo ahewa tht averaara
(vrlca for hoga at the South Omaha live
Stock market for th. laat few dava. with
. TJate. 1lt. 1114 1191. 1112. 11U. '1110
4 t U, C 841 7 7H 4a
Cl . 34 !' l M
a Ml I i t 7T. 10 22! &1
til I M! I I "
U.I fTU I
4fi 4i j10 57. 1 4
i m: Ml Of I 4?
H f.7! 4-M H 5-i ...
17 tl 0,10 411
181 7S V
a.4i i' 4l i
4 WSi 3 70 IS ' 1 3il
4 M',: g 4A a 74. 4 S4, 4 U,ln Ml &
4 4i m
a ua t Tin a ft'. 10 l
Mi 4 4 I 4 40
I 64 79) 7 W' 4 4o10 13
I til 7 Oft' 4 4n I'l 4W 4 M
47 8 4 45 10 1 ; M
Mar. 24.1 4 fiO l IW I 4 41 1" vi 4 M
Kecelpta and dlKiltlon of live atock
at the Union Htock Yard. Boutn omaha,
tor the twenty-four hour ending al 3
Cattle. Hoga. Sheep. H'r'a.
p.. M. . St. P 10
Missouri Pacific ... 1
fcnlon Pacific f
I'. . N. W eaat... 2S
V.. N. W.. waat... 4H
C: t. P-. M- O.. 34
C.. B. 4b tl.. eaat...
p., R. Q.. weat... 14
C. R. 1. P.. eaat. 13
f!.. It. L Ik P.. weaU ..
Illnola Central I
phlcago O. W I
Total receipt ...1W
IJIBPOBITION-! I BA u.
ttle. Hoes. Uheop.
M4 1.719 1.74i
W4 1.7H.I 1.W7
789 2.(" 1,620
thrift eV Co
pudahy Packlnf Co...
Armour V Co
Pchwartx tk Co
tiJ. W. Murphy
lancoln Packlna; Co...
Ks. B. Vanaanl Co....
!. H. Lewis
. It. Koot ft Co
. If. Uulla
. F. ' Hum i.
t1c:reary & Kellogg.,
s en hf liner aV " Dcgcn.
H. F. Hamilton
Mo. Kan. Calf Co..
I. aker. Jonca aV 0
Innla a Francla
.. ' is
CATTL.K Thera waa another yery fair
run 01 cattle todaf, 177 car be In la
foiled In. Tht leavea tho total (or the
lu low day at 14.170 head, a heavy talllnn
01 f aa compared wltU laat week excea
vlve run. but iill not far from an avcr
aKe run fur tbl" aeaaon ol lite. wr.
The toarkat thla mornlnn w not e.
wecia.ly aiUva, but atlll there waa a fair
flematHl, with price about llko tney wero
ycMeruay inoiulntf or a tittle atronger
Uian veateruay'a lower oloae.
Cow and heifer were ateady aa com
pared with the beat time yeaterda or a
111 tie stronger than th weak time. There
was. howoever, not enougn tnana i
e worth mentioning.
Fevdcra -and etockcr, epecllly those
f good quality, were in very lair requeat
endprluea on the better gradea linn. L.e
Htstrwiile kind were at leant ieady.
ifuotatlons on cattle: ood to cholca
corufed beavea ri "t'H-SO; fair to good
eomted beevee, I7.10i7.W, common to
fair cornfed beevea, la.Wxuf.l"; god to
.hnlea heifer. K'il.W, good to choice
row. tu.7Vii4.6U; faJr to good cow, tu.Oif.
t.l.'i; common to fair cow, t4.0uj.Vno; goo
to choke atovkere and feedera, I7.O0JV7.M);
fair to good slockara and feeder. tti."Q
); common to fair (.tucker and feednr.
n.7Mi.W; tock belfer. 6.6lVa2: stock
cow. t4.7Mia0; atock calves, t.0nj1.0i
veal ealvea. tiOOuv.W; bulls, tag, etc.,
,Av. Tr. N.
Ui tr) St
twt T U 11
10.4 T II
M T 0 1....
la I tl I....
iu ft Uk t
.Mi 1 M
..1J77 T a
,.n 7 M
..IWI I J
M 9 a
"i'Ti'iiiiMiiu, ANii r r.e.j.
.11 at T Ml in
M Ul 1
,.- 41 ....in 1 M
k Ill 1
HOGS Another generous run howe
up till moinlng, about 22T. car, or l4fll
lnead. tomprla.ng the day's U4ply. Th
total tor the llrt half of the week la
nmathlna- like M.M head, being over
J7 0o smaller thao lat week, but about
4l larger than for th corresponding
uertod of laat year.
Advk-e Irom other point were any
thing but encouraging, and both packer
nd shipper' arly offera were very bear-4-b
awir rnaue at figure that were
fully a dim lower than yesterday. A
th shipping hogs are selling at ao much
vt a premium over the killer, oolatde
buyer had no t-ouble In buying all Ihe
fioga they wanted at the decline nned,
in fact some of the salea were made
after th first round were quoted a
inure than a dime lower. Moat of the
H.iPPtna a-le were at tti. with a
san-inkilng aa hlgn aa t.a. e pieve of
a lrd reaAhud 14.70. the day highest
Helier were alow about coneedinsi a
J0o de. line te the packer, and the trade
lru(ed along until a late hour before
wtix a of anything In the killing line waa
old. Ku)ri tu k pretty cloee lo their
llret hWa. however, and wlaa the llrat
nale were llnally mad they looked to be
pretty nar!y Wo lower than Ttiurday
it wee la'- I fore anything like a dear,
at are was toa.le, but In tne end th big
bulk tit the o(terina auid at fiautwe thai
aeera bn a dime lewer. tinl-(.tn t.ur-
rtKe wvte n4 lety this moinuir
t. - that Main trt. eerard more
tnta a dime loa.r m lb ther here!
tew kere .Irowa .lul rt 4uw n"'te tie
Is 1 i. line oe rs,r but II waa the
er l ..et..i.,e that their lron tu4av were
e7 tetter ejua.xy tt.aa waft the tut ) r
Urlu I'l "t tbe tiling ho- so id at t 4
ICS wa tie4 ''e t 1.1.WI
ft tbe i'."-'e ft'i.1 al t with
fete btrh at t aV
. rtrvees.'-i"e l-e-fee.
fa f' ke. s f
ea.. .v 4 m .. w
w a. .. : H
...... us t-a ... i'
e . ft , ft .. . t ft ft
a T 1 1 it.... -e Mftft
...re m c . ... 1 ; .
u ..' ft. if . 4 ft
eft . .. j t: ,
Mtittt 1 s f..i was l'l 'm4
al W- 'W b4. ...-! N .lee the
.jet i rt Uhim 1 here were .ft1r Ift
tt t t er f ftl-4 rrvp t.
I etiie mi 4 v.riiiKf ad.wee f tmm
e.Ae 4.te t t..el - evt u
m-i ei4 iftl w l' I., a . 4
I r U'' ftkl '1. etr..eg-
ftk.1 wte 7 .,t et
' t 1 .4 V M e. fi I . e i a s r.w
J r w .fcvl -4 I - I aw'g
a' - .4 -. . 4 lt t
f .. ' . t . e ' t 4
I mm t . T . , ei rk a-vt I -e
vmm (:-' ! . e.r e T 141
a f tk -(.ft. ukd .saae eaa ttgfty
rrsponstt.l frvr the better feeling In tho
There was mor teMpping demsrwl tlian
In several day ami more offerings
rhngv1 hand "on feeding and shearing
ernnnt. l.amhn that sold t feed and to
ahoor ranged at yt.w-fis Jf. The clearance
wss reason,). .
Quntatlone en sheep and lamba: Umbl,
M-i'.i, $'. im. lainlia, fed westerns,
$ ' n"....;n, lnnit. eherlng. ta.T.Vrr m;
Mealeans. t,"Vi,7u; lamha, fed western.
$4 .: lamhs, shearlnr. HottS 4W:
iearllng. light. IS 7.VJT TO; yearllnga.
heavy, M..0fil.n: wethera, good to rhnlee.
IT T' 1r s. Oil; a .-there, late to aiwvf. f7.MJ7 7i:
eea. good to rhotre, tT.4iTA'i; ewe, fair
to o..d. T..Vfi;.V
lY.1. Irrailn fA ln,K
J ;7 fold .), !: la nil !
I I'l fed -,lnh
) f'nlorRilo etlfs
1 4-W 4YIrdo
IIORSKH The receipt wer lane
like last week Ihe hulk r,nalct..rl nf In.
f'rlnr hnriCR for wlilf-li lhr. w - - la
- - . -
no demand, tlood horaea weighing I.2W
t-ounds nml up met a resdv outlet at
price shout steady with the last Hale.
.-inu iinu inicrior Kino nan neen rorc-Mt
off i.t a reduction In prliea.
It an wtiHatlafnctory ma
' iiihi.uj ii tne t,;M.r iUHiltv o, hip re-
1 n. imiir I
In mule waa similar
mrl1"' Aged mule or good
' " v an.l alr.e were 4n ralr demand,
J"'U tne small grc.-n and unaeaannable
,lra were hard to llioae or. They can-
not be bouaht oa enouah In. the ..nun.
try to amp to market
The war deal acted lr-ttv much the
same a the oien trade, with foaclgn huv
er taking readily the top end of the of
fering that came up ti the specifica
tions The rmy ltier want a larger
horae. than two month ao. but are not
advancing tho price any. Hoth til Italian
and French are still fillltir order bar.
( Ilir.it.O MK "TO! K MIRK K1
faille Slroaa;, lloaa
CHICAOO, Manh 24. CATTI,r-lt-eellila.
tt.W head: market strong: native
ater. f.i.ftMj.M: wcatern :..rr7.ort; cow
and heifer. ia.mHi7.7fi: calve, pi,:n 10 00.
IKM5S I!cceliis, i.mio head, market
wenk; tnoetly Ilk' lower: bulk, K 70;
IlKht. $.4.V(i;.70; mixed. tt.4''i.75: heavy
6 2Vo 7rt: rough, H.3n-nii 40, plKs. $:,.i'(nj 2.",.
MIEKP ANI I.AMIIM-rtecelpt, '0(xiO
head: market firm: ahecp, 7 HKt .!.', ; ear
Itliga, i;.s:.'3!.lii; lamb. 7.vi 8...
I. I.onla l.lve 5laek Market.
HT. I.OI'IH, March 24-CATTLK-He-relpi.
'.Mm bend: nmrket hlaher: native
beef ateer. 7 trir 4.7n; cows and helfera.J
o.witio.i.i; aoutnern ateera..., 2ri 7.7ft; oowa
and heifer, 84.OnhS.Oii; native calve, 84.00
IHKIS Receipt. 1.1.500 bead: market,
lower; pUa and llphta, I..7l'q7.26; mixed
and butcher. 8.VVo7 20; goo.1 heavy, ft..0
BHKEP ANO I-AMHS-Recclpt. 9-10
head; market steady, native mutton. In. 75
ifHW: lamba, .fitiR.K; yearling. I7..'))
o.wv; ancarru yeaning, vi.awo i.HU.
aioaa f'lly .! Ktoek 'Market.
fiJOT'X.CITY. la.. March 24 -CATTt.E-Ilecelpt.
2.0 head: market lOWlfto hlrher;
native teer, tH.3r4i7.40; butcher. IVnuw
7 00; row and heifer, I4..VV.00; canner.
13 24.(iO; to-kera and feeder. a.ett4 Ml;
civep tS.W-flv.uo; bull, tag, etc.. i.o
HOO-Rerelpta. 10.000 head; market r
10c lower; heavy. IK F2VJ.0: mixed, 18.47
J4.;2Mi: light, . 4574. 47 bulk of aale.
SHKEP AND IMBS-Recelpt. K
Kanaaa (Hr l.lve atock Market.
KANSAS CITY. March 24.-CATTt.K-Recel,t,
l,w bead' market higher;
prima fed steer, i.2W(8.; dreaaed beef
ateera, I7.00ji4.l0; wetern steers, H f
x.00; atnekers and feeders. tH.2iftf7.8S; bulla,
V'.'Jsai 75: calves, ll.u.rf lO.So.
HtMJI Rerelpt, lo.O.O head; market,
lower; bulk. iWff ; 7f. ; heavy. t',.6i'lirt ;
packer and butcher. tt.&04ti.W; light,
.ftiVHiafl; rlK. M.2.VW4.40.
PIIEKP AND r.AMHH-Recelpta, 8,000
head; market higher; lamha, IC4OW9.70;
yearling IH.(XXii8.W; wether, 17.28.00;
ewe. I7.(AU 7.85.
at. Joseph Mve Stock Market.
AT. JOHKPII. March 24 4-ATTLK Re
eelpta, l.fiO head; market strong: ateera,
l7.HiHH.fio; cowa and heifer. 4.00118.00;
HOOK-Receipt a, B.OOo head: market
alendy; backera blddlnv MHOc lower; top,
84.10; bulk of sales. Him? .'4.
BKGKP AND LAMHlt Receipt. SOOO
head; market higher; lamba, 9.0l'g4).7S.
.New Thrk Money lnret.
NK'W YORIC, March 24. MONEY Time
loana. steady: atxtv dava. per cent:
ninety days, i per cent; six months, Sg
iU per cent.
IK.I4CANT1I.K PAPKR 8t4 per cent.
HTKRLdMI 1X'IA NOR S t e a d y:
Uty-day hl'l. 84.7675; for cable, 84.791S;
for demand. 84.7875.
KU.VKFl-liar, &0c; Vexlcan doltar.
HONDS Oovernmiinl, steady; railroad,
f li m.
Closing quotntlun on bonds today wtr
V. S. ref. ta, reg... NtM. K. T. 14 tt. Tt
enuaoa ........ "S,M. Hac. cv. hi tt
tl S. . "I I1V,-N. v. t:. g 7
4s coupes lei'i'N V. .! y 44s....104
V. . ti. 1'I4. Y. ntat 4Ss...l7i,
da eousoa II"', N. v.. b. H. a II.
Vinama coupon. 101 s r. IW4
Am. smslttrs .... lot1, No, pirlfle t. lla
A. T. at T. rv. '. MM, a, M
Armour a 1. .. n o. 8. U of. 4ft..
Alrhlen ea. .... WH l". T. T. H.
1 Mil. a CM. 11. t MtiM'ena ooai. 4a...
ciieft. a oiu tstft. . da eea. tlia
r. U. Q . ... 'IMtaft4lsg e. Is.,
C M S ' g 4t.. Hi, u H. r. r.
ao 3s l"ISw Fan. tr. ta.
R. I. a P. c. 4ft 1114, rf. ta,
f. M. ref. 44... do r. Is
D. H. O. rat. as.. 44tko. Itallwar 6a
.rM) , MLalua Fftcide
HIM UiaCirM H....IN da CT. 4ft...
(. Ke. lat 4,e.... ml f .. a. Rubtar 4.
III. Tea. rat 4a aatl. H. 8tel 6...,
K. C. sw rat. la.. e Wabaak lat U...
U N. ai. 4s.. M Wen. 'ia 4s
HI. Wen. glee.
NKW YORK. March SL-COFFKIE Th
market for futurea was very quiet today,
but prices ruled higher In sympathy with
the ateady allowing of Kraill an.l ther
mcd lo be acattered covering with very
few seller around the ring in tbe au
srnc of renewed May lltiulilatloii. Th
n arket opened at n advance of Sin 7
1 olnt and r'owd ini ixints net higher.
Hales, 4,:i bas: Maixh. i.7c; April,
8.S7e; Mav. 6.SM0; June. bM&r; Julv. 7 lie;
August, 7. lac; September 7.2"c: llctober,
7.S.V; Novemlx r, 7.!t7c December. 7 4.4c;
Januxry. 7 ; Kehruar). I.Mc. riixit
Head : Rio No. 7. 8c; ri alius, No. 4. hr
MV.iv Cost anil freight offers were re
ported Irrrgular. wiiu uuoiairnna ranin
from about 7 &-"-; to 7 ,iia- f-r 1:10 7a nd
aroiin.i 10 lie to 10 JT.C f..r Kantoa 4s K10
eacrutnge waa 1-HI hri'icr and milreta
price In Itraill were umhanaed.
l,aftJa Murk Market.
ININ. 8Urc- ;4 - In the merl-rti
aectlt.n of Ihe st.s U market today IE,. i
waa a Isti!" ni'ml-er 01 n'arkina til I'm, .11
faclfic Iwlween 174'a and 1?.. There
were also self on l'nlie.1 tilstea sie.l
frote ('', 10 M The markel .ius. 1 firm.
bll.VKIt Hai. i l.Vi.l rr oua.e.
M'li-. t r-er relil.
IHHtlll'NT RATRei-Sh.aH bills, Isbi',
per cent, three months, iS per teni.
OM4HA, March H-Hank rlerins f,.r
Olual irnlav weie f?.;t 3a ao.l for
the correal ndlng day laat year J.1.
0175. ROTARIANS HEAR THAT
THEIR SECRETARY IS BETTER
Tne noonday Ins been of trie ttviafy
club Iw Ike llenalvaw rail aaillar vtttav
aa matksat by aa address bv tar. K. C.
Iieery A rlrt fr4 lbs NUhnia BWwn
,.erl. where eWretary Totw" Klly
i r e-rweul an mnll"n last f ir- iay.
tieieal iral Ihe paiteiti la getting aUac
wall a4 wi'l a lie t tee rr1! by
I'tidsy r Wat' t
INDIANAPOLIS BALL TEAM
IS HEADE0 THIS WAY
Tax Ifc4 ataasaatl kese byl leaaa IVal
!.. ta.ee. lat lfc wwet eat a 8iwe4eTn4t
l..p cartel f faanlia. wsveee .
W, will e4ar a . mt gasne with
lull l-awrt.es teeaa TV ls4Mita4iie
tan ae . oss lta ttrwaee lie
It.linet A, I lad t tkjey S)t. af
1 1 - Itafuaa tawtw an I piaiea is
At-ftd I 4 I tt ! k
tieetg M Ms tar
NEW YORK ST0GK MARET
Pricei of Shaxet Mount to New High
Lepeli on Laree, Volume of
UNION PACIFIC 13 LEASEE
NEW YOIIK. March 34-rrlcea of
rtocka mo'inted to new hlKh level tolay
cm a v.liinie nf huklnca. alinoat .a 'arte
aa the prevloua dav a hl overturn. With
few Iri'l (.rtant eceptlona tpioted valuea
(! not only the hlirhert of anv perlo.1
alnce Iiecemher 12 laat when market op
eratlona were renemed. hut In many tn
atancca they were considerably atove the
vkiiirii of July 30. the dny the exchange
decried t exrwsdlent to aiii-pcnd because
Of the (Tfitherlnir war clouda.
t'nlon Pacific waa the leader of to
day a aeaalon. which had all the breadth
or the prevloua dav, making the maxi
mum rain of. three end one-el:hth
point on the lancet Individual number
of transaction. I'nlted 8tatea fcteel,
All in .11 Meaniiia; anil AmaiKamnteo v oppcr h i
rki do. lowed In the order named. All at strlklnif
...' .L advance, while Erie waa well to the
fine In the minor group. Final pri'-ea
were aubstantlally under the beat, hut
the close waa atrong.
Copper were further benefited by an
other advance in the metal nnd Reel's
utrength waa act ompanlc I by report of
Increaaed production, reeultlng from
lare ennort orders. F.riuliiincnt ahare
mude niaterial gairia, American Ixwomo
tlve preferred rising eight point on tl-
unexpected declaration of the regular
dividend, and many hitherto dormant la
sues roae from one to five point.
More gold Imports and excellent rail
road return for February - contributed
to the movement Iialtlmore A.- iwio re
ported a net Increase of 1.0,oro, com
parison with the same month of last
ear being unfair, however, as the road
suffered from aevere weather conditions.
throughout the early ;iart of 1914. North
ern Piclrle earning 'nereascn ny
acd Jehlgh Valley IT-.OOO.
Foreign exchange market were less of
a factor today than at any time ror
week. Remittance on Ijondon. where
buying of our stocks wss repo'ted, fell
to within a fraction of yesterday' low
uuotatinn, but recovered Inter, rrontl-
n.ntal bill were gcnerallv firmer on
lighter offering try loral bankers.
Total sales of share amounted ' to
'i7 .40f a ha re.
Honda moved more In harmony with
the atock Hit, with a diminution of sale
for future delivery. Total sale, par
I'nlted States honda were unchanged
Number of sales and leading quotation
on stocks today were:
iwiea Hi in. vnnss
A la a a noia
Aa-eisnmftta Copper ...
Helm Beet Hufar...
Amftrlrft g. A H
An.ftTlrsn S. a R pf4...
Am ettmr Hertnlng.....
AmoHra Tel. Tftl....
ILK I more AV. Ohio
Hiooalyn HspM Transit.
California I'slmleum ...
121 ijil J
4,no tvi WH
(Uisaapeftk AV Ohio
7.4IM MSa :inS
1.700 as 14
J. 400 tH
1il.ao Oraat Western.
Chlr-o. M- Ht. P...
klCfto A M. W
12.'t 12ei, I
ll't HIS 1
ITllno I -opper
ro'.imoo Fuel Y Iron...
Colorado 4 rVniihern. ...
1mrr A Kla Ora4..
Oreat Northern HM.....
Ureal No. Or rlfa
Ir.tarbomush Met. pf4..
K-naea City Houthem. . .
Ixulllle 4 Naahrllle..
Met Iran Petroleum
Mlfteniiri, K. T
Wlaaonrl Pwclfl ,
National Illaealt ,
Ksvftoft Cupper ,
New York central
V, T . N. H. V H
Norfolk at Western ,
00 lo?s 1"4
104 '4 loo
10 ICS 1
Pfti tflri Tel. Tftl ,
Pullaian PaJaoe Oar
tUy .'on. Copper
INepuhlle Iron A Btsel..
11.100 117 '4 I45S.14
11 '4 31 21',
Hork lalanit Co
Hok alan4 Oo. pfa ..
HI. I.. B r. 14 B4..
Hon them Paclfle
SS.O 0 ID',
I XT 14
Tee ewmpany ........
t'nlon psi-lflr pM
fulled stales rltel
V H. Hleel pfa
I 0D 71S
ToUl sale tor tbft 4ay, 6t.tM aflftlTft.
Argument Ends as
Betty Boges Takes
Shot at Bill Brown
William Brown, 190 North Twenty
fourth streets, and Betty Bogges. 1016i
Capitol avenue, both colored, became Im
mersed In a slight altercation at the for
mer's home and. according to Brown's
tale, Betty concluded the argument with
th assistance of a revolver which she
1 produced from her clothes. Brown
..' - ... . . ... . , ...
stopped on or tne snots wun nis fen
wrist. Dr. C. B. Folts attended Brown,
while th pollca started a search for
Betty, who had made good her escape.
Elliott Quits the
Harold B. Elliott, driver of hook and
ladder truck No. J. Eleventh and Dorcas
streets, has tendered his resignation to
Chief Charles Halter.
"I gave Klltott and two othgr firemen
the option of resigning or submitting to
a hearing before tbe city commlsslonera j
in connection with some Irregularities In )
the management of the firemen's ball last i
November," declared Superintendent C.
11 Wlthnell of the fire department
The other firemen will be given to April
I to resign, otherwise. Mr. Wlthnell
elate, they will be dropped from the pay
roll. aapl rsckag
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Talks at Child Labor
Exhibit in Omaha
"1 you have morln' pIckAurea here?"
Inquired a alouchy Individual who poked
his nose into the doorway of the pio
neers' room at the court house, where
an exhibit nf the evil of child labor Is
being conducted this week.
"No, these pictures are stationery, but
they will move your heart." was the
response of 'Art. Josephine Kechenbren
ner. national committee secretary, who is
In charge of the exhibit.
Why the federal child labor bill failed
in passage was to be told by Congress
man C. O. Lobeck at the annual meeting
of the Nebraska child labor committee,
held In connection with the exhibit. Miss
Eschenbrenner also spoke and Mrs. Grant
William gave reading.
The state committee Includes E. D.
Gepaon, chairman; Judge Howard Ken
nedy. Judge Frost and Mia Amy Stevens
of Lincoln. Bishop Beecher of Hastings,
Mrs. Harry V. Keefe of WalthP.1, MIhs
Anna Krsmp of North Platte, Mrs. F. H.
King of Benson, T. F. McAulley of South
Omaha, Mrs. F. II. Cole and Dr. D. E.
Jenkins of Omaha.
Firm May Buy Some
. Property in Omaha
Again crrtaln pieces of Omaha prop
erty are to be considered by the Inter
niatloniil Realty Associates, who are look
ing for a Rood investment In on of the
growing cities cf the middle west. M em
be 1 cf the executive committee of this
body are now on their way to Kansas
City to iook at some property there. C.
F. Harrison of Omaha la with them.
Thry are to return by way of Omaha
FridHy and will spend moat oflhe day In
OinaliH looking at property and possibly
negotiating for the purchase of jl tract.
This Is the Investment company composed
of certain members of the National As
sociation ' of Real Estate Exchanges.
Feriodlccttly this investment company
Jumps out and purchases a tract of
ground or a group of lots In a city and
either develop them or sells at an ad-
1 vanre when the time 1 ripe. A few
, week ao the nrealdant nf the oraranlsa-
tlun wss In Omaha for a day looking- at
some property hero and sounding out the
owner with a view to making; a pur
' chase. The offers are still pending.
Are Scn;o Real Fscts
How to Overcome the Tor
hire Without Harm
A leginn of people hi nsed It. 8. ft.
; htve overcome tbe worst forms of rhoojsa
ii ; tlsta. -
4S Tbls dlteas of the blood Is little under
stood because of It strange symptoms,
scarcely two people having It exactly alike.
And vet. no matter what Us form or how
painful and distresalpg. 8. SL 8. seems to
have almost a divine Influence in driving It
out, releasing the nerves from pain and clear
ing the joints and muscles so they work with
out restraint. The best explanation for tbls
happy reaiilt Is the fact that In 8. 8. 8. are
certain Ingredients which act as an antldot.
Tbey are nature's providence to man.
jiist as the meats, fats, salts and sugar of
our dally food provide us with noniislunent,
so does H. K. H. give to th blood tbe exact
medicinal requirement to clear the stream,
drive. out Impurities and reconstruct the
body if destructive germs have gained a
foothold. Oo to any drug store today and
get a bottle of 8. 8. 8. It will do yon good
Hut be sure to refuse any and all substitutes.
And if yours is a stubborn rase, write ta the
Medical Adviser, The Hwlft Rpeclflc Co., 100
Bwlft Bldg.. Atlanta. Oa. Thta department
is presided over by a physician proud of bis
name bv virtue of bis distinguished family
and a foremost doctor 00 his own maritsv -
This Is the
Best Value We
Tale la altas that eery
tat vrtec. ItrU fee
watwstv w kev tkttaa la
fawn ear tsertav4
left a tew with eaatew
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tew. 44s wairw.
1419 Fateib Strtct
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Pilger Couple Are
Allowed to Change
Names on Register
"W want to ehana our registration.
Wtll you send foff the Rev. Charles W.
McCasklll, pastor of the Hanacom Park
Methodlat church," said Mr. RoUIn Jeff
ries of Pilfer, Neb., to Chief Clerk Fred
Demery of the Castle hotel. s
Mr. Pilger had registered the bight be
fore at the same time a Mis Jean New.
biggins, Wlsner. Neb.
"What do you mean, you want to
change your registration?" asked the
Mr. Jeffries smiled happily, picked up
a pen and Inscribed upon the register In
a big round band, "Mr. and Mrs. Rollln
He waved a hand proudly to the blush
ing maid, who was Miss Newblgglng.
"Oh, I gotcha. Congratulations,"
YOU SHOULD SEE
THE NEW RUGS.
They're Certainly a
Most Beautiful Lot.
Pricings Are Most
n l 1 I" k-J
A Twofold Inducement Thursday Charming
x All the
$20.00 and $22.50 Tailored
materials, in Belgian blues,
shades; a great Thursday
Four Rousing Specials in the Furnishing Goods Section
Boys' Pongee Shirt Waists
heavy quality, the new tapeless
style with military collars, in all
sizes, 6 years to 14 years, at
Men's $1.00 and $1.50 Shirts
Made with or without collars, all
colors and styles, nil guaranteed
perfect, all sizes, at
Wash Goods Section
Volln fabrica. both golld eolorg and noYelty print
ed doelgns. 40-Inch widths. This soft sheer,
Fsvortto of fashion, her In 100 styles. OC
t, yard C,J
811k and Cotton Crepe. In th 36-lnch width. In
an unsually attractive ranee of white and black
d eel gos. here at. 48
rtn Ginghams. 32-Inch wide. The beat of all
He grades, colors dependable, excellent assort
ment of plaids, checks and
The new- half silk linings. 3C-inrh wide, all tUe
lata shades for "foundations" are nr
shown la this sortlon. at. yard 4i7
Hayden's Make the Grocery Prices for the People
rear .11 an ta totality liood aJtd Salvia g ttf It". 'r to .Vt ram 1 1 frt of I J ting.
Make your own brvl. cake and pies It rays. A 4a-lb. sark of flour will mag from 4 to 70 loi
of bread at a trifle over SHe a loaf. gwaranUrd to (lv perfect aatifarlbn. por 4M k SiM
14 Ibtv beat graaulataaf ftHtr
14 bars Ht l.m li- I'liunJi i'.
iiwi r laundry aiafti hii
I it,tv bmi Jt er relUw ;-
T IM boat nailed ll erftatXael
4 a-eite i of ariueler) aatrdiswa SSaj
A4v far i'asall. s-.lt lr laa
n. in Mlr l lb wbls-a. -
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4 .tat " Jaeava re 4M
. Ual lt4 eak4 baas
t f , .
:,?8 Try C-OAYHi9
gaspe-l the clerk, henries the rue He cf
Cupid's wings around tho lobby. j
Clerk Demery. s doputy-Cuptd, cot on
the Job st once. Tbe preacher was at
home and with the aid of the street rail
way company he arrived at 'the hotel
within half an hour.
The knot was tied. Miss Jean New
blgglng became Mrs. Rollin Jeffries be
fore the admiring glances of guests nd
They Immediately took up their quar
ters in the handsomest suite In the new
"We can always say we were the first
couple to get married In the Castle ho
tel." said Mrs. Jeffrie happily.
Ban Still Firm.
President Ban Johnson, according to the
Chicago scribes, has not changed his
mind about the Federal league being- 011
Wrlaht tHve-s tt Texas.
Tow Wright of farm!. Ills., has signed
to twirl for Galveston In the Texas
leaeTue. Wright was a atar pitcher in the
Kitty league lant season.
You Want at Pricings
' ( - T
WKmw " " r 1 n 1 11 in f r
Sample Gowns, Dresses and Tailored Suits
Prices That Should Crowd the
Aa SAMPLE GOWNS
AT 25 DISCOUNT
Over 150 beautiful new gowns and
dnpRses; a choice collection of the sea
son's best designs, in most popular
fabrics and colorings.
V45 CetM 90075
and Dpesscw OO
$30 (iim ni j tr -50
suid Ireres '-.
$65 Gowns ;
Aa OTHERS ONE-FOURTH OFF
ISO Handsome Tailored
BeHt $35.00 to $50.00, artistic designs
favored fabrics and colorines. distinc
tively charming in every graceful line; on sale
in two lots at and S3f
Suits Nearly all makers' samples, newest style ideas and
resedas, putty, sand, battleship greys and other popular
special at one price .$14.90
Distinction in Spring Millinery
Beautifully trimmed anil becoming new shapes which inter
pret the modes for spring with absolute correctness. Styles
that have all the smartness of the best Parisian hats and at
a small fraction of the price. Correct in every detail of
design, shade and material and with assortments almost
They comprise the best by far the best collection of
moderately priced millinery we've ever shown. Day by day, almost
hour by hour, novel conceptions issue from our work rooms to charm
by their beautv and please by their lownoss in price.
B Wise Try Hoyden's Firtt. '
4) rape Nut. fka .., la
liolden Kaj.loe rrfr. la. . . Se
Tl. Iat Ira, lfll.g It W
Taa ere try batSftsr. aajrtaw
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Tbe k-et ranabtrr eraisry aatli-,.
Tan. aUIrr table Vatttee, IV . IM
ilwl 4r la,ei butta-r. la . bvm
lawr ftiara alM ., lb 4a
1 1 rrata bil eaatured ala-.
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rae. Ita 40
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Kansas Figures on
Another Big Wheat
Crop This Season
W. K. Cundlff, assistant general ps
senger agent for the Union Pacific a'.
Kansas City, and for years at local head
quarters. Is in Omaha, calling on friends
Said Mr. Cundlff: '
"Everything indicates a heavy Immirra
tion Into the agricultural portions of
Kansas this year. W are figuring on a
bigger wheat crop than last year and
indications now Justify our figuring.
The ground Is in perfect condition an'l
the crops are coming along In the most
satisfactory manner. Thera was an
abundance of snow last wlnt4r and this
left enough moisture behind to carry the
growing grain along for a couple of
weeks or more without rain."
You Will Appreciate
DO YOU NEED
There's a Host of
Most Pleasing Spe
cial Values Offered
- c , -see
Designs and Underpricings
t-J- c .
Ladies' Bungalow and Empire
Aprons Made to sell at $1.00--all
colors, percales, ginghams,
madras, etc., all stvles. r '
Ladies' $1 Quality Night Gowns
Fine muslins, cambrics, etc.
all styles, lace and fmbroidcry
$14.00 Dinner Sets, $9.98 l.V) sets of
biue and brown border decorated Eng
lish, semi-porcelain dinner ware, 100
pieoses, servic? for 12 pyple, good values
at $14.)0; special on 4th floor qq
Tliursday, set y7ei0
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