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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: DECEMBER 31, 1916.
Used Car Dept.
2047 Farnam St
11916 Overland Roadster.
1 1915 Overland Touring.
11917 Overland Touring.
1 1916 Overland Touring, 6-cylinder.
11912 Oakland Touring.
11915 Ford Touring.
11913 Ford Touring.
1 1914 Hudson Touring.
1 1915 Maxwell Touring.
1 1915 Overland Coupe.
11914 Cole Coupe.
11915 Buick Touring.
All of above cars are in first-class condition.
Prices furnished out-of-town prospects.
FARM AND RANCH LANDS
DOUG. Co. farms; IbJ sc. $100, 180 ae.,
$175; 80 ac.. $160; 40 ac. $260. W. T.
Smith Co., 914 City Nat'i Bank Bldg.
169-A. GRAINS; rant, imp, fine.
TOLAND 4 TKUMBULU
D. ct7. 44$ Boo Bld.
CAN aell or eschange any land you bar W
offer. C J. Canan. McCagus Bldg.
7v ' (Trcgon Lands.
KOMB flKEKKItH? Free" trip to Oman.
Write for particulars and booklet Have
soma of the bent farma In the state for
tale, - $18 ao 1104 par acre, 'Miller A
Walter. Lock Bo8, Corvallla, Ore.
!. Texaa Lands, i
NEW farWopportunUy In one of the great
est atatea In th union. A new Itna of the
1 Santa la tipping a rich and fart II
- prairie auction of Northwest Texas,, where
.already many fanners have, made food
m a big way with wheat, hoirs and live
-'stock. Hera,-if you nei- now, you can vat
. flrat cholcec-get in on the around floor
, of a, great opportunity. , Tou can . get in
, ahead of tha railwayahead of the people
' whom the railway .will bring -ansed of
1 those who act mora- siow.y than you oo.
Thin U the chance of a lifetime for a man
of moderate means, A certain number of
thrifty, rarseeing rarmsra can acquire
ejood land at am astonishingly low figure
and on long, easy terma. tf you have con
fidence that a treat railroad. Ilka the
gnt re, woold only recommend what It
consider, a good thing, and because It
want to see newnerrltory developed and
wants newcomers to prosper and pro-
duce then writ ma today for particular
, about thla district Mild climate, aoolal
v advantages,, schools, churches, telephones,
' good roada. B very tiling there but enough
mn with their families. Will you bo one
.of Ohe lortunaM Drat comers to reap tha
advantage of section that has been
minutely Inspected by a Santa Fa agrtnul
tural agent sad pronounced right T Write
- ra now and let mo send you a copy of
the special Illustrated circular wa are
getting out. c, u shaukavkh, insustrtsl
Commissioner, A., T. 8. . Ry, 1114
We are going to tha Trinity River VaV
lay, hi Hast Tessa, on .lan. II. Can sell
yen grood corn and alfalfa land at $11
- per acre. Tour own terms, ,
, jCall or writ for book.
' . . ,..W. ,S FRANK,'...
V J 101 Neville Blk.
' Largs Texas' land company off era farm,
stock, fruit or truck land: IS acres) to
100.000 sores, 910 to flOO an acre. Oreat-
eat activity over known In Texas. State
.what you want. Chicago-Texas Trust
Co.. Land Department, t. Laflalla 8U,
Chicago. ' .
if YOU are thinking of a home In the
Texas guir ooeat country, sena ior dook
let. "Algoa Doe Mean Opportunity."
Henry Mackay, Algoa, Tex.
UPPER WISCONSIN Best dairy and van
oral crop stats In tha union. Bet tiers
wanted; lands for aal at low prices or
Ssy terms; excellent lands for stock
Islng. Ask for booklet 11 oo Wlaoonsln
Csntral Land Grant t atata aersa wanted.
If Interested In fruit lands, ask for book
. let oo Apple Orchards. Address Land Com
SBlaaloner oo Railway, Minneapolis, Mian.
Horea Live Stock Vehicle
" ' , For Sale,
NOTICE TO KARMKRS.
Six honest farm mares, well raaU'bed.
front Me 7 yearn old. weight from 3.600
ie 3.006 per span; all In foal by Perchoron
1iotmqs, 1137 Douglas St. Lady owner.
EXTRA OOOD young milch cow; ao me good
immune shoals for sale. South 1793
ring 4. ,
HOR8B3 for sals. ITU Webster St
POULTRY AND PET STOCK
FOR BAL& My 1-year-old American Bull
. Terrier bitch; proven mother, and ahow
winner; registered; .price, reasonable; rood
reason for selling: also a few pupa for
sale. Lawrence -Per khan., Fremont. Neb.
DAMAGED screenings. ,$1.1 hundred. A,
W. Wagner. SOI. N. 14 th.
AUTO CLEARING HOUSE.
LARGEST DEALERS IN USED
CARS WEST OF CHICAGO.
IMC Stsrns-Kntght touring, nearly
1I SUarna-Knlght touring, nearly
new, sacrifice ,
ltl Maxwell touring, run very little. $3111
f Saxon roadater, nearly new 340
11 Chevrolet touring, run very little. 160
tflf Herff-Brooks touring sUcyllnder 3U0
1IW 'dllla elght-cyllndwr touring-
nearly new, saorlflea.
1115 Veils tight six touring, run very
lilt Buick touring, run very little.. 41&
1H Ovorlaad touring, fine condition 176
lilt Overland touring , 160
, lU Mets touring, fins shape Kf. 180
ltl Mitchell four-eyttuder touring... 6M
111 Mitchell, aJx-eyllndsr touring.... 676
1114 King roadster, fins shape 176
1J4 Overland touring, run very little, 376
, If 14 Oakland touring, good shape..., 276
lls Detrolter touring, run very little. 176
114 Mitchell all-cylinder touring.. 400
1914 Imperial touring, good shape
114 Oakland touring, ran Terr HtUo 100
111 Overland touring.. 176
J9J1 Franklin llmoelne, fine condition
throughout - ...,.'..,,.....,,, 1C9
1011 Ohm I mere touring 160
1911 Molina Dreadnought touring
sltll Pullman six-cylinder touring...
1014 jfudeoa Coupe, flna condition,... 7(1
lilt Peerless (Imoslnsa, fine condition ISO
1914 Veils touring 160
1114 Ford touring IbO
AUTO CLEARANCE HOUSE.
1 ,. Managers, .
Carrie R. Strauser, Mory Bernstein,
S10I Farnam St. " TeL D. 1319.
Open Sundays: ' Opsa Bvenlnga'
' SO CAN YOU:
i,U proflta sacrificed. To arm the
winnerst But you must take a tip and
aci now. i win maaa you ine laireai ana
squmrest deal an aa aatomobtle that will
nwke your heart glad you ;hought f will
sell only ,10t at this price., Just send ma
your name and 'address. But you must
do It now. ''. 1 t , .
R. W. REED, 520 S. 13th St., v
Dept. B. . Omaha.
BARGAINS IN USED
31116 Maxwell Tourings. '
I 1111 Ford Tourings.,
V-1IH Maxwell Touring.
lL-Rmall Paige Touring cur at your
these ears are all In good shape.
C. W. FRANCIS AUTO
2211-11 Fvum St.
AUTO CLEARING HOtJE
ttftt rmm flt i ','. XouIu 1319.
1111 Moon Tourlnff, . Mcriflo,,
M.imll Tourlni, ISIS,
ltl, Chevrolet I3C0,
ltl stwTw-Knt,ht ToTln. Mcrlflc.
FOR RALB BKVKRAL K'l.KCTniCCA587
l.IOHT DRLIVERT TTP8, BODIES IN
FAIR PON11ITION. MOTORS AND BAT
TERIES IN OOOD HIIAPK. WILL SELL
AT ANT REASONABLE FIOUKK. AD
DRESS, TUB PLEIHHM ANN COMPANY,
rj'LlIM STRBKTINUINNATI, OHIO.
TIIB flrmt 111, UkM my "fottr-cyilnder, i,
hnraepowar, ftvf -Mimngw touring e,r.
Blic biu,ftln for miua one. 1 d the
.money.. Home one will set gM4 ear
ohMo. .Cm. ml e It 3111 Le.ru
In th. BLKVBNlTontha of lllj
Tb. Be. talned...,(l,,10 s.ld edi
MORK THAN DOUBLK
tb, COMBINED ln of ik, .thtr
two Oman. Piper,
0mm tUto. Beeulu., BeM Mm 04
Caah re bats on your auto lnsucance pol
icy If your car is equipped with
, PERRY LOCK.
Pb011 TXW" 1117. 194 Brandela Bldg.
OOOD spark Vines, three f or 11; $1.14 doio
jaaiiox, iis a. ib in.
MS. MOTOR CO.
I4M LMTUnrorth . ud
Fireproof atones i per moatb. Dw aad
ntfht aervlce. Phene Tyler 11T.
1 T-paaa oyL Franklin S6.H
I eyL rrmnkUn. Mdat,r IH.
I atngl. oyl. motorcyule ,
illl Harney 8t Doi. 1M.
Used cars at reaL" prices
c w. francis auto co.,
Douyl.e 1(1. 111,-11
CORD Urea for Forda, IOxJ, M.lt; Uit,
I1LII. iSwleoel Broe. D. till Itll Far-
nam 8t '
CHOS8TOWN will, 115 8. Mth 8L D.
. Uit. For aal. 1,14 Ford body, top and
wininiBw. ,ooq waaiiwa, ,11.
Wl will trade yoa a d.w Fort tor four
INDOBTRLAL OARAOB CO..
lUl aad Barney. Dovula, H1,
BBlRTSCHT 'ilan-FU-It." Soutneaat cor-
ner l,th and Barney Sta. Douglas 711a.
USED macnetoM, maineto repalra7 magneto
repair parte. Matlox. 143 8. 18th.
1-rASSKNOER 1H Overland, cneap,
L. C. Ulllot, 111, N. 11th BI.
1914 FORD tourtn,. line shape, extra mlp
ment. cheap. Colfax 41,1.
ONE l.bM-lb. Bnlck track, Sea Blbler,.lll
BALL ud roller bearings,
Mattox, 143( 8.
Auto Livery ind Garigen.
EXPERT auto repairing, 'laervloe car al
ways ready." Omaha Oarage, Ml, Bar
ney 8t Tyler tie.
Anto Tire, and Suppliea.
! GUARANTEED TIRES
AT y PRICE.
' Below Is partial list of out I Ik 1 nl
10x1 ..... ttx .,..1 1.1
, lllxll,... 1.40 I4I4H... H.H
11x4 .... I. It 11x41,.... 11. t I
2 IN I VULCANIZING CO.
1C1I-1I Davenport Dosglaa Ml.
Auto Repdrini grid Painting.
110 reward for magneto we can't-repair.
Colls repaired. Baysdorfsr. lit N. nth.
NEB. Auto Radiator Repair Sorrtc. and
prices right 111 8. llth at D. IIM.
Motorcycle and Bicycle.
HARLET . DAVIDSON MOTORCTC1.ES.
Bargains In used machlnfw. Victor Rooa.
"The Motorcycle Man," 3TQ1 Learenworth.
Tht annual meeting of tht stockholders of
the State Savings 4 Loan Association will
be held In tho office of the association at
U.S Harney street. Polls will be open from
a. m. until 5 p. m. for tho election of two
Qirccuirs m piaec oi e.. u. tioausr and Baa
usl Kees, wkoas terms expire.
SAMUEL RKES. President.
IRVING Q. BARIGHT. SecreUry.
The annua) masting of tha stockholders of
The Bee Building Company will ho held nt
the office of that company at Omaha at 4
n'flt-nfaT P. U. ATI Tudtatdal . i IAIS
for the purpose of sleotins; directors for the
ensning year ana us transaction of aueh
other businoss as may properly coma before
By order of the Presidents '
STOCKHOLDERS MEET! NO.
The annual meeting of the aiookholdeni
X the UasUngs and Northwestern Railroad
company for the election of seven directors
and tha transaction of such other busineu
ss may come- before the meeting will be
neia at ine omce or xc. r. .ivin, Mo, ui
Iodge, street, Omaha. Nsbnuka, on slonday,
the 1st day of January, A. t. 117. at 11
s'clork a. m. T. M. ORB.
Men of World Renown Who Died in 1916
Rv. Dr. W. W. Pratt. PlalmVId, N. J,
aecreUry f American Baptist Publication
Rev. William flpooner Smith, An born dale.
Unas., noted Presbyterian m inlet er of New
Rt. Rev. Naphtall Lucrock. La Crosae,
Wla., bishop of the Methodist Bptacopml
Rev. Robert Halre of Booth Dakota, plo-
nrer advocate of Initiative and referendum.
Rt. Rev. John W. Shanabsn. Roman CatA-
olts htahop of Harris burg, Pa.
uartiina.1 Jerome Uary uotu. noma, ore-
feet of the propaganda.
ut. a. Noreiiuv, pioneer minuter of Minne
sota and founder of Uustavus Adolphus col-
lce at Kt. Peter, Minn.
Rev. Foster Kly, D D-. Stamford. Conn..
elvll war chaplain and rector of Amorlcaa
enurrn tn Pri.
Rev. Mronitn Sesra. D. D.. Provldonwi. R.
f., noted Kplscopal minister and' coiiesja
Rev. William IT. De Hart. D. D.. stated
clerk of Reformed Chnrrh of America.
Rt. Rev Thomas c. Carter. Cincinnati
bishop of United Brethren church.
Rev. Dr. Bradford P. Raymond. MldiOo-
ton. Conn., former president of Weoleyan s,nd
Cardinal Hector I. Ironaens. arbtsbon
of Lyons, France.
Rev. Albert WIlberforceL arcfidaaeon of
Weet minuter and chaplain of tho British
House of Commons.
Rev. Benjamin Kay Mills. eraagaUal and
Rev. Dr. Adna B. Leermrd, GnclanatL
secretary emeritus Methodist Foreign M te
Most Rev. Enos Nuttall, Kingston, Bpm
oopal archbishop of West Indies.
Rev. Joslah Strong. D. D., New Torfc,
theologian, pastor, editor and author.
Rev. Egbert C. Lawrence, Schenectady, N.
T., director of American Bible society.
Rev. D Franrle Rrown, president of
Union Theological seminary. New Tork.
Rev. Adam McClelland, New Tork, blind
Ifiih Immigrant, for slity ysara minister
and teacher of the blind.
Rev. William J. Seabury, D. Bast
Hampton, L. 1 noted Kplacopal minister.
Rev. Matthew B. Reddle, D. V . Pitts
burgh, well known theologian of the Bo
Rt. Rev. L. R. Brewer, Ep.seops.1 bishop
Most Kev, John Lancaster Somlrflng, ro
ll red Roman Catholic archbishop of Peoria,
ill., noted Is nor nribtrator and colonist
Rt. Rev. Frank R Mlllspaugh, Topoka.
Eplncopal btht of Kannas.
Francis Marlon Lyman. Salt LaAe City,
chief of tho Twelve Apostles of the Mormon
Rt Rev. Charles B. Cheney, Cfttcmjro,
blihop of the Reformed Episcopal ehnreh,
Rev. Charles T. Russell, New Tork. fan
dependent minister, author and editor of the
Rt. Rev. George W. Peter In, btshep of
the Kpwcopal diocese of West Virginia
Very Rev. William M. Orosvenor, New
Tork, dean of cathedral of St.. John the
Rev. Dr. James M. Taylor, New Tork,
president emeritus of Vsssar college.
Rev. William H. Ward. D. D.. editor of
ftbe New Tork Independent.
fiev. Dr Charles O. HerMrnsann, New
Tork, editor -In -chief of the Catholic Ency
clopedia and dther publications.
PobUo Life., v
William Peters Hepburn. Clarfisda, Ia
civil war veteran, former oomrrensrasA aad
author of rate law and pure food act
John C. Rheehan. New Tork, noted poli
tician and Tammany leader,
K. K. Arnoldson, Stockholm, m ember of
Swedish parliament awarded Noebel peace
Dr. C. WIMard Hayea, Washington, ohmf
geoleaist of the United States.
Thomas J. Pence. Washtnrton. seerecarv
of the democratic national committee
Benjamin J. Hhlvely, United States sena
tor from Indiana.
Henry Oasaaway Davis, IS. former TTirlted
States senator from West Virgin la, detno
ormttc candidate for vice president, ltt4.
Kllsabeth, dowager qneen of Roumanta.
widely known as writer of poetry under pen
name oi "tsarmen oyiva."
Jnaauln D. Cavasus. New Tork. nttasm.
former Mexican ambassador.
' Michael Hicks-Beach, veteran EmrTish
Oeoi-ge B. Or, Clnemnati. noHttaftl leader
and theatrical nut.
Hon. Kdwin C. Burleigh, United States
senator, Maine. '
Thomas L. James, postmaster cenersd in
Oarfield's cabinet. t
King Otto, Bavaria's erasry mnaarrh
Major WHIUm Warner, former United
States senator from Mlssonrt
James P. Clark. United States aanator
Tuan Hhl Kal. head of tha Chinese) re
public, field marshal under laat Maochs
Seth Low, former mayor of New Tork.
educator and civic leader.
Samuel W. Pennynecker. former aTweernor
of Pennsylvania, jurist and historian.
Richard C. Kerens. SL Loo In. republican
leader, ambassador to Austria under TafL
jonn P. Mt. John, former rovernor of
Kansas, prohlblltlon crusader.
Marthlnus T flteyn. former nrendent
Orange Free State republic, leader In Beer
Mrs. Krollr M. Bishop. New Tork. author.
lecturer and suffragist
Mrs. lns Mil ho Hand Boissovmtn. spw
Tork, suffragist leader.
Former Conareasinan Henrv flmrfn. Nm
Tork, son of Henry Oeorjre, of single tu
Count Tschlraky. Oerman ambassiader tn
Austria, sometimes celled "the man who
caused the war."
Fugene Weldemar Hllgard, noted soil ex
pert and profeaaor emeritus University of
California college of agriculture, Berkeley.
Mies (.ainarine uogrtn. Chicago, nubile
school teacher, manager of the Teachers'
Prof. Krlc Gerard, Lleaa. first teaeher of
electrical engraving tn France.
I'rnr. Willi em A Knight, emtneol Enallsh
teacher of moral philosophy and authority
on Kngllah literature.
Dr. Jultus Neleon. nrofessor of MoIact ai
Rutgers, and state blologlpt of New Jersey.
ur. jonn u, Reed, university or Mlchlnn.
suthor of text books on physios.
rror. weiie W. Cooks. Waablnrtosu m
slstant biologist. Department of Artcal-
James D. Angetl. Ann Arbor. Mestd-snt
emeritus University of Michigan.
Mine Husan H. Blow, New York, known as
the "mother of the kindergarten" in nubile
Marshall 8 Snow, Taunton, Mass., former
professor of history, Washington unrve ratty,
St. Lou If.
Rev. Dr. Timothy Dwlght, former presi
dent of Yale university. New Haven.
Thomas Wlitar Brown. Philadelphia, edu
eator and leader of Society of Friends.
Thomas .1. Burrill, Urbana. 1U dtarttn
guLrthed educator and naturalist.
Horace Duvts, San Francisco, former pres
ident of University of California.
Dr. William B. Craig, former cbascefler
Drake university, Iowa.
Jackson T, Dawaon, Boston, superintendent
of arboretum, authority on horticulture
Joslah It. Alford, profewor of natural
religion and moral philosophy, Harvard.
William H. Wait. New York, teacher and
Inventor of embossing machine for the
Dr. LftRoy C. Cooley, professor of phvmcs
at Vassar college and author of text booka.
Sir William Ramsey, eminent British
chemist and scientist.
John P D. John, former president
Depaw university, Indians.
William Bell Wait, New Tork. tammn
educator, Inventor of point system of let
ter for blind.
Chnrles P Parker, Boston, professor of
Oreek and Latin at Harvard.
James David Uoffelt. prnatdent of Wash
ington and Jefferson university.
Alphonse Brun. Boston, instructor of
French at Harvard.
Prof. Hugo Monster berg, noted tested, or of
oerman at Harvard.
M. Paul Leroy-Benalleu, professor of
political ana economic science, Paris.
t The Field of Utsratara.
Sarah Know lea Bolton, Cleveland, author
or msior.es ana otner oootta.
John Townsend Trowbridge, Arlington,
Mass., noted suthor of boys' booka.
Mrs. Clara . C. Waters, Boston, author
William Hi S. Aubrey, Croydon. Bnglnnd.
aothor and critic
Wilfrid Philip Ward, Hempstead. Bng
laad, author, lecturer and editor of Dublin
Richard Harding Da via. Mount Ktsoo, N.
T author and war MireeDondent.
Robert Bum Wihna, Brooklyn, noted poet
inn p inter. ,
Henry James, London, novelist, srttie aad
playwright. American born.
Svymour Baton. Philadelphia, anthwr and
founder of Booklovara and Tabard I no
11 brat tea.
Dr. Joseph Jseobs, New Tork. noted Jew
ish author, historian and editor.
Alexander W. Drake, noted New Tork art
editor, critic nod collector.
Rmlle Ftrquet, Paris, academician and
man of let tern.
Solomon Rsbenowlts, New Tork. poet and
suthor, beet known aa "the Jewish Mark
Mrs. Jeanne Webster. New Tork. author
or 'Daddy liOng Legs" and other stories.
Charleo Pryer, New York, author and
Thomas R. Sullivan. Boston, noted
Mrs. Mary T. Wright, Bonton, author and
Frank D. Sherman, New York, professor
Jamea Whit comb Riley, Indianapolis, the
famous Hoosler poet.
Jack London, Santa Rosa., Cal., noted
writer and author.
Mary Elliott Sewall. Witxhlnffton, author
of historical romance, anil storts for hoy
Hendry k Sienklewice. tho Polish novelist,
beat known In this country ss the author of
Dr, Robert Allen Blood. Lake Sunapee,
N. H., civil war veteran and uurguon gmrral
Dr. Henry Baird Favill, leading physician
Dr. David A. Oorton. Brooklyn. N. Y..
founder of the Eugeftle Society of America.
Dr. James L Wellington. Swannes, Mm,
Oldest graduate of Harvard Medical echool.
Dr. WilJiam L. Bodman. riiiladelphla,
president of the American MedU-al amiocta-
Sir Wimam Turner, noted BrltlKh ur
feon, principal of the Edinburgh unlveroity.
Dr. Leon Labhe, Parle, dtntlnKulf hed mem
ber of the Academy of Medicine of France.
Dr. Nathan Q. Bozeman, New York, emi
nent surgeon and Inventor of "Bozeman But
ton." employed In eurglcal rasen.
Dr. Frank J. Luts, St. Lou la, former presi
dent of National Association of Railroad
Dr. David F. At water, Springfield. Mass.,
oldest alumlnus of Yalo Medical school.
Dr. Frank D. Gray, leading surgeon of
Dr. Samuel M. Beck ner, a noted New
Tork gynecologist and medical writer.
Dr. James William White. dlstlnsTiinhed
surgeon of Philadelphia.
Ur. cnarles Z. U amide, nrnfeiwor of nath-
ology. School of Medicine, Ford ham univer
sity Dr. Albert C Perveil, Brooklyn, victim of
"sleeping sickness," which he fought In
Sir Joseph Beecham. noted British natent
Dr. D. B. Kyle. Philadelphia, authority
on diseases of nose, car and throat.
Dr. J. LeaLer KeeD. Hrooklvn. noon
Dr. A. B. Judson. New York, authority on
Dr. John B. Murphy, Chicago, distin
guished in surgery.
Dr. William H, Mayfleld, St. Louis, founder
of (wo hospitals.
Dr. Eugene L. Doyen, Parts, distinguished
Dr, Matthew Wood, distinguished special
ist and author, Philadelphia.
Profession of Arms. '
Rear Admiral Charles Eben Fox, U. H N.,
Colonel Joslah R, King, St. Paul, an Id to
be the first man to answer call for volun
teers In civil war.
Major Frederick H. R Kbstein, U. S. A..
retired, New York, veteran of civil, Spanlah
American and Indian wars.
General Lewis Carpenter, U. S. A., retired,
Philadelphia, vettran of the civil war
General Samuel Lyle Glasgow, Washing
ton, aotea lowa colonel of civil war.
General Vlctorlano HuerU, El Paso, Mexi
can soldier and successor of President Ma
dera, Rear Admiral Asa Walker, Annapolis,
MdL, one of Dewey's commanders at Manila.
Admiral Hugo von Pohl, recently com
mander of the German fleet.
Brigadier General Henry C. Cook XT. 8. A.,
retired, famous Indian fighter.
Str Charles Henry Brown low, noted Brit
ish field marshal.
Rear Admiral John F. Merry, V. S. N ,
Colonel John S. Mosby. Washington, noted
confederate cavalry raider in civil war.
General Joseph S. Gallleni, Paris, former
minister of war.
Lieutenant General Connt von Moltk.
chief of German army staff.
Field Marshal von der Colts, noted Ger
man cenunander, assassinated in Constanti
nople. General Basil W. Duke. Louisville, nntnd
confederate cavalry leader.
Brigadier General John Mo E won Hvdn.
TJ, B. A , Boston, veteran of the civil and
Colonel David G. Mcintosh. Baltimore.
oonfedente soldier and lawyer.
Rear .admiral Charles K. Vmoland. Atlan
tic City, veteran of civil and Spanlsh-Amer-
General Albert L. Mills, Waahlngton. chief
of division of military affairs, War depart
ment. Genera John H. Stfbba. Chicago, last sur
viving member of court which tried Jacob
Wlrts, keeper of Anderaonville prison.
General Charles J. Paine, Boston, civil war
General To mas Smuts. Boer war comman
der and member of parliament. South Afri
Rear Admiral Francis A. Cook, comman
der of the cruiser Brooklyn In the battle of l
Santiago, IS 98.
Notables of Omaha
General Qrenrille M. Dodge. 84, Coun
cil Bluffs, engineer of the Union Pacllic
railroad, corps commander In the civil
4 Mrs. A. Donaghue, $1, pioneer of 1S66
I Mrs. OHve Helm, 91, territorial pioneer
bfra. Margaret A. O. Laweon, 83, pioneer
of Council Bhtffa
7 John Power, if. former sheriff and
hnslnesn man; W. H. Coombe, 7, retired
bnslaess man and pioneer.
Rt. Rev. Richard Scaanell, 70, bishop of
the Catholic diocese of Omaha since 1891.
10 Dr. Charleo Impej, 63, noted physician
and surgeon. 1
11 Thomas Kflpe trick. 75, leading dry
gnoda merehant; William Wllke, pioneer
J. Marine!, 64, commission merchant,
29 Dr. Leonard Waterman, 17, physician
of Norman. Neb.
SI John O. Brandt, 76, veteran of the civil
war, pioneer business man; Mrs. N. H.
Nelson, 40, president of Omaha Woman's
olub; Mrs. Blirn Bonner, XS, pioneer of
I860, charter member n' First Baptist
II Theodore L. Ringwall, fij. prominent
24 Frank P. Gould, 2, building contractor,
president Omaha Builders' exchange.
Mrs. Mary Van Dorn, 74, pioneer of
17 Dr. Richard C. Moore, 74. pioneer phy
alclan; Henry Splgeie. 68, pioneer furniture
3$ Mrs, Margaret Hoffman, 63, pioneer of
II Dr. O. W. Colt, formerly chief surgeon
of Chlcaco A Northwestern railroad at
Mrs. Anna B. Lytle. 69, Chicago, pioneer
10 Charles Thorpe. 62, once noted as a
premier jockey of American and Euro
pean race tracks.
11 Harry L. Camming. 65, commission
merchant; Dr. C. M. Srhlndel, C2, noted
physician and churchman.
19 Mrs. Klla Lslng, 78, Nebraska pioneer
It Peter Coos, 77. pioneer hotel man;
Charles E. Burmestnr. 72. member oi'
First Nebraska In the civil war.
19 M. V. Corvin, 78, vet r ran of the iill
31 Judge James P, Kng.lsh. 54. presiding
Judge of the district court.
21 Qeorgis Thrall, 6, proprietor of Grand
Central hotel. 1872-78.
24 Alfred James Beaton, 4;;. president of
Beaton A Tater Furniture company.
37 Charles A. Warner, 64. pioneer ' Imple
38 Edgar A. Llndley. 38. clerk in postofTlce.
1 Joseph W. Williams, 51, pioneer resident
3 James H. Van Dnsen. 51, state senator
and former city attorney.
4 Michael Kellv, 81, pioneer of 1877.
Mrs. O. W. Clsbaugh, noted In religious
and charitable work; Martin Ittner, 80,
pioneer brick maker and contractor.
T Mrs. Oustava Federew, 86, noted Ne
8 Mrs. Mary Mcliln. 84, pioneer of 1868
9 Louis F. Whitehead. 67. Methodist min
ister and business man.
10 Andrew Llddell, 44. locomotive engineer
Union Pad no railroad.
II Clyde M. Raumirardner, 4. day foreman
of The Bee - composing room; Romalne
Palmer, 78, civil war veteran.
18 Rev. J. V. A. Kir Iturtj, 76, retired
19 Henry Bhrenpfort, 74, pioneer insurance
20 Edward Kelpln, 79, railroad man and
31 Mrs, Robert S. Anglln.'wlfe of Dr. Ang
lln and reeldent for twenty-five years; Dr.
Mary Strong, 62, first woman physician of
Vice Admiral Hlkonojo Kamimura of the
t luid Aiitrjaiiitl Prince lnao, Toklo, com-n.iiuder-ln-cJutf
of iianchuritin army m
LUilon aud Publishers.
Henry Wallace, Dts Moinea, publisher of
Aloiandor W, Drake, New York, art editor
of the t:entury Magazino since foundation.
Samuel S. Chamberlain, publisher of the
Boston American v
John Alexandtr Hill. Eaut Orange, N. J
publisher of various technical magazines.
Miaa Jeannette M. Gilder, New York, ma
gazine writer and critic.
Charles w. Knapp, New York, former
editor and publisher of HI. Iaus Republic.
Colonel Robert T. Van Horn, Kansas City,
pioneer Journallbt. founder of Kannas City
George W. Smalley. I.oidon. American .
Journaliat and war correspondf-nt.
Jihn R. McLean, publiah'-r of Washington i
Poet and Cincinnati Enquirer i
George W, Peck, published, editor, author
of ''Peck's Bad Boy," mayor of Milwaukee
and governor of Wisconsin.
William Glanmajin, publisher of Or den
Hanlol P. Toomey, Fant f)rans;e, N. J..
pabllKher of (he Columbian, official organ of
Knights of Columbus.
Charles A. cooper, editor of Edinburgh
Mrs. Helena de Kay Glider, New York,
widow of Richard Wataon Gilder, poet, edi
Dennis A. Heard on, Boston, for siity
years connected with Perkins Institute for
the Blind, printer of works for the blind.
Charles F French, Chicago, publisher of
Muffles 1 Leader.
Charles W. H. Khrhholf, Pittsburgh, pub
lisher of the Iron Age.
Peter Boyarsky, Chicago, pioneer Jewish
Horace White, New York, mbltclst and
James P. Lafferty, Philadelphia, managing
editor Catholic Standard and Times.
John I. Ginn, Kl Paso, noted newspaper
man of the west and southwest, age Ji.
Eltlng A. Fowler, head of Washington
bureau of New York Sun.
Lender In Railroad World.
Sir Charles Rivers Wilson. London, presi
dent of Grand Trunk railway, Canada.
Alexander Hamilton, Petersburg, Va.. vice
president of -Atlantic Coast Line railroad.
Theodore Voorbee. Philadelphia, presi
dent of Philadelphia & Reading railroad
maencK . Kinney, trt. l.ouls. president
of Missouri, Kansas & Texas railroad.
Henry K. Fletcher, Minneapolis, organiser
"'w coo rauroaa and other enter
Jamas Jerome Hill, St. Paul, builder of
the Great Northern railroad and leader tn
l in ii o uw nation world.
W. A. Gardner. Chicago, president of Chi
cago & Northwestern nailrnurt
Frank N. Hritton, St. Louis, president of
the St. Ixjo is Southwestern
Virgil G. Bogne, New York City, engineer
ui iumiuui i ninsanaean railroad In Peru.
Colonel William P. Clough, New York,
chairman of the Northern Pun tin niirnari
A. B. Btlckney. SL Paul, former president
of Chicago Great Western and builder of
line to Omaha.
George A. Gardner. RnMtftn. faHrWHr 1r..
as railroad financier and philanthropist.
...aauc noicnaisa, unicago, president
aim senerai manager or the Chicago, In
diana A Southern mJTrnrf
William C. Nixon, SL Louis, president of
ui can rrancisco railroad.
Belvidern Brooks, New Tork. vice presi
dent of Western Union Telegraph company
Frederick Heber Katon, New York, presi
dent American Car and Foundry company
and noted manufacturer.
Richard A. McCurdy, Morristown, N' J,
former president ofl the Mutual Life Insur
ance company of Now York.
Lewis W. Parker, Greenville, N. a, for
mer head of sixteen cotton mills In the
Marcus M. Rhodes. Tannton, Mass., in
ventor of shoe button machines.
Thomas H. Phair, potato starch king of
Bryan Lathrop, Chicago, real estate dealer,
patron of art and music and civic leader
Georgo H. Phillips, "corn kins-" of Chi
cago grain trade
John V. Steger, Steger, 111., founder of
piano manufacturing company.
Mrs. Hetty Green, 81, New Tork, known
as the world's wealthiest woman.
John A. Patton. Chicago, patent medicine
king and Methodist leader.
Emory MeClintock, Bay Head, N. J., con
salting actuary and trustoe of Mutual Life
Insurance company. New York.
James M. Wheaton, Boston, ctvfl war
veteran and paper manufacturer.
Frank McMillan Stanton, Houghton,
Mich., distinguished engineer in copper mine
Sir Hiram Mazhn, London, trrventor and
maker of automatic firearms, born in mtt
of Maine. - i
4ohn D. Archbald. New Tork. nreeident nt !
the Standard OH company .
ueorge c Boldt, New York, founder and
manager of Waldorf-Astoria hoteL
I 83 James 8. Jackson, former mayor of
Villlsca, la,, real estate dealer.
30 Mrs, Simon Boris, 74, pioneer of Ben
son. 31 William Good, 48, veteran police officer,
killed on duty.
1 Miss Carmen Bets, 22. professional
nurse, died of acnte infection. 1
4 William Henry Kent. 69, pioneer news- !
paper Inan; Martha A. Brown, 101, pioneer!
7 Frank B. Colpetxer, 72, president Chi
cago Lumber company and business
$ William H. Koenlg, 53, native son and
lesder In dry goods business.
It Rev. Daniel K. Tindall. Ph. D., 63,
widely known Methodist minister. x
14 S. C. Campbell, former business man of
Omaha, later a copper mine operator In
Arisona; David Neale, S3, Fort Calhoun.
18 Mrs. J. B. Red field, sr., $0, pioneer of
21 L. .1. Carpenter, 60, pioneer South Side
22 Rev. William T. Fitsgerald. 30. nasls
tant pastor St. Cecelia's Catholic rhurch.
24 M. Q. Pole. 93, pioneer resident.
25 Rev. Samuel P. Merrill. 81, Los 'An
geles, first white child horn in Nebraska,
at BeUevue, June 13, 1835. .
28 John Blake. 6.1. pioneer shipping clerk.
29 Mrs. H. Jacobsen, 68, pioneer of 1861.
30 Walter M. Harnum, 83. pioneer of tho
west and retired Nebraska banker.
3 William H. Shields. 70, retired railroad
6 John Jenkins, 80, Berkeley, Cal., first
boiler inspector of Omaha.
7 William S. McMlcktn, 94. Council Bluffs,
retired business man; August Myers, 73.
founder of town of Huron, S. D.
10 Mrs. Anna Carrlgan, 86, pioneer of. South
Side' and noted for her charities; John
F. Morrison, 52. pool and billiard business
man; Jumes O'Neill, 80, pioneer of Coun
cil niuffs and former sheriff of Pottawat
12 Roderick McOrath, 63, retired railroad
17 William A. DoBord, 51, prominent at
torney. 18 ilr-urge Rogers, 5.1. cigar merchant and
politician; Margaret Bright. 66, Kansas
City, former resident of Omaha.
21 John C. Drexel, 59,- .city commissioner
end pioneer resident.
2:' Mrs. F. W. Foster, vice president
Woman's Baptist Foreign Mission society.
24 -Dr. C. 8. Rhepard. 64, retired physician,
killed in auto accident In Alberta. Canada.
25 Mrs. O. W. Wnttles, wife of president of
Omaha A Council Bluffs Street Raltway
36 Ernest C. Hunt, 62, veteran newspaper
28 Mrs. -Sarah 8. Wiggins, 84, pioneer resi
dent. 25 W. F. Kellogg, 57, city salesman Paxton
A Oullagher company; K. D. Biggins, 6.1
officer of Bankers' Reserve Life company.
36 Mrs. Johanna Franklin, 63, Florence,
Nebmska pioneer of 1866.
31 1 ester C. Hutchinson, 38. real estate
dealer; R. E. Rogers, 66, live stork com
4 Mrs. Esther W. Wiall, 66 resident' of
Omaha since 18S2.
9 Rev. James J. Sullivan, S. J., 57. Kan
sas City, former instructor in Creighton
19 Mrs. Arthur C. Stors and sister, Mrs.
Walter J. RartletL victims of anto acci
dent near Council Bluffs.
11 Arlhur !. Brandals. 54, fcew York,
president of Brandela Stores company.
16 Algernon S. Patrick. 76, pioneer of '54,
civil war captain and plainsman.
24 a. Richards, 62, Florence. Douglas
39 Adolph Beao, pioneer business man of
I Ole Carlson, 73, pioneer stationary engineer.
Sculptors and Painters.
Miss Helen F. Mears, New Torfc, noted
Vllhelm Hammerahoef, Copenhagen, leader
of modem Danish artists.
Ruzer Donoho, New York, distinguished
Rembrandt Buggattl, Pari, famous Italian
Mrs, Edith W. Burroughs, Flushing, L I.,
noted portrait artist and sculptor.
Charles J. Mulligan. Chicago, distinguished
sculptor and art Instructor.
Ronald S. Gower. sculptor of Shakespeare
monument at Stratford.
Ludwig Braun, noted Bavarian battle
Sir James D. Lenton, president of Royal
tiBtiiule of Painters In Water Colors, Lon
don. Henri J. Harplgniet, French landscape
Melbourne H. Hardwlck, one of Boston's
William M. Chase, New York, leading
Wtlilam Merrltt Chase. New York, famous
' portritll palnier.
I John .1. Knnerldng, Boston, distinguished
I MuhIc and the Drama.
I Tom ma so Salvlnin, Florence, Italy, dis
j tingutjihed tragedian.
Ada Kenan, New Tork. famous American
Tom Karl, Rochester, N. Y., famous oper
atic tenor and one-time manager of the
.Mine. Mario D. Marion, Chicago, former
grand opera star
J tan Mounet-Sully, Parle, celebrated
Dr. Mux Reprer, noted Germsn composer.
Mrs. ciara Louisa Kellngg-Strakosch. New
Hartford, Conn., American prims donna.
Joseph Brooks. New York, well known
Mrs Dion Bouckault, London, noted Brit
Silas G. Pratt. Pittsburgh, noted concert
pianist and composer.
Hans Richter, Bayreuth, best known
Wagnerian conductor in Europe.
Men of Science,
Prof Siivanus P. Thompson, distinguished
Knglish physicist and associate of Lord
William F. King, noted Canadian astrono
mer. Dr. John K. Sweet, Syracuse, N. T.. ex
ponent of applied science.
Or. Gaston Maspero. Paris, philologist, his
torian and archaeologist of world renown
Dr. William Simon. Baltimore, professor
of chemistry at the College of Physicians
and Surgeons, an expert In autochromatlc
Dr. Perclval Lowell. Flagstaff, Arts., as
tronomer of International fame.
Charles E. Avery, .Boston, noted chemist.
Inventor and manufacturer.
Andrew J. Graham. Chicago, banker,
politician and "big brother."
Colonel W. B. Ilayden, founder of Hayden
National bank, Columbus, 0 Identified with
steel, saddlery and hardware business .
James H. Moore, Chicago, financier! and
promoter of btr corporations r
James Selisman. noted New Torlr h.i.ir
David Kahn. New York, head of InVerna-
Mimai panning noose or hazard Freres.
sir Richard B. Martin, noted London
banker and philanthropist.
Colonel Francis L. Leland, president New
ium i.uumy national Dank, generous bene
factor of Metropolitan Museum.
Joseph Rucker Lamar, associate justice of
united States supreme court, Washington,
Charles C. Nott. Washington, chief justice
William E. Werner, Rochester, associate
Justice New York court of appeals
Samuel T. Maddox, New York, justice of
state supreme court.
David T. Watson, Pittsburgh, dtatln
guished counsel hi Internatlonad disputes
Judge E. B. Ada me. Mt I i
of federal circuit court of appeals.'
William J. Calhoun, Chicago, lawyer and
Judges A. P. Mcrormlck and Elmer 1$
Adams of the United St nix nipnni
Michael J. Sullivan. Rfi.tAn
rover of New England, and diver who re
ar Y oi Doaies rrom battlt
W. Savaa-o. MlnnHnMi. -m
foremost horsemen of the country.
......a... viatpoie. Yankton, 8. D., farmer,
poet, orator and pioneer freighter.
Richard F. Hamilton, New York, noted
press airent who nut r... , lBa
the poster map. " t"rcua on
nixandir Brown' pnlPhls, noted polo
of American golf" "iner
Skookum Jim Madon. Careross, Yukon.
discoverer of Klondike gold fleJ
arn- ,AI,ce Monohan. New Orleans, first
and only policewoman.
Prof. Cleveland Ahhn vp.t., . ..
Sv',',a!,er; ' th weather tar... T '"""'n
!!!lam' .K 72' 0,,le8t member of
Bricklayers' union; Michael C. Meany. 80
11Laurence Mangan, 76, pioneer of 1867
veteran of British India war.
lRobert s. Ruble. 48, Denver, former
lfinhLf 1?" Psenger agent, Omaha.
1st, killed in auto accident
JftZiepS Burtn 7S" P""e" f 'T
s?T Lan" e, "henberg. 74, pioneer of
69; A T. Flickinger. 63, pioneer lawyer of
Council Bluffs; Mrs. Mary J. UySSTn.
Omaha pioneer of '67; Miss Elizabeth
RHoy. 41. Chicago, daughter of Cahi
Pioneer. Thomas Riley
23-Patrick Boyle, veteran Omaha printer;
Conrad G. Fisher, 72, pioneer meat packer!
1 Mrs. Helen Dresher, 66, victim of auto
mobile accident, widow of pioneer busi
5 Ocneral Daniel D. Wheeler. 77, Fred
ericksburg, Pa., former department com
mnnder al Omahtt.
8 John Fenlon, 80, Council Bluffs, pionoer
and traveling salesman for seventy years
Hugh Murphy. 1, pioneer paving con
tractor of Omaha. (
9 John M. Thurston. 69, former United
Slates senator and noted lawyer; Fred
Davis, 74, pioneer farmer, victim of street
18 Mrs. W. W. Smith, 89, cousin of the
pool. Longfellow, widow of a civil war
19 11. e. b. Kennedy, 89. pioneer lawyer.
roMiurnt or umnna sixty yoars.
23 George L. Hammer, 58. vice president
of Byrne-Hammer Wholesale Dry Goods
31 Dr. William N. Dorward. 64, prominent
4 Mrs, Dodge. New York, widow of Gen
eral t.renville M, Dodge of Council Bluffs.
6 Edward Clarke. 75, veteran employe of
6 Peter Jacobsen, 58. foreman Council
Bluffs sewage pumping station, asphyx
iated. I Stillmund CI. Lund. 74. pioneer conduc
tor on Chicago Milwaukee railroad.
11 William II. Miller, 6, veteran of the
14 James K. Myers. 86, pioneer railroad
mun of the went,
lfi Dr. William D Little, 90, noted phy-
sicisn and Odd Fellow.
1 6 Charles Wood worth. 70, civil war vet -
ernn and stone contractor.
21 William Arnold, 68, pioneer locomotive
29 Ahsolom N. Tost. SO. one of the earliest
of Omaha pioneers.
30 w. W. Urns ted. 59, noted telegraph
operator and manager.
1 Joseph B. Prltchsrd, u9. pioneer tele
graph operator of the west.
4 George A. Joslyn, 68. president of West
ern Newspaper Union, Omaha's wealthiest
citizen; John tjuincy Adams, city tiro man,
killed on duty.
6 Edward L. Robertson, 61, pioneer cigar
merchant; A. R. Kelley. fernier mayor of
South Omaha, killed in railroad accident.
6 Mrs. J. W. I'addock, 80. Rocky Ford,
Colo., pioneer of Omaha; F. a Trnllnger,
33, real estate dealer; Mette M. Pedersen,
87, Florence, pioneer of I860.
7 Mrs. Anna M. Munchoff, 6A, pioneer of
1870; Walter Molse, 56, saloon keeper,
brewer and politician.
10 Kdward L. Patrlrk, 59, Wyoming ranch
man, Omaha native son.
12 Dr. C. E. Sane, 64, South Side physician.
20 John tirlckson, 46, captain city Are de
partment. 34 Louis Meyers, 59, merchant tailor; Mrs.
Louis Gillisple, 66, pioneer jof South Side.
26 Richard F. Wlnsor, 34, instructor in
pathology, Creighton Medical.
37 Oscar J. Ltnder, 60. Council Bluffs, vic
tim of automobile collision.
28 Mugh Flanagan, 79, retired Union Pa,
ilu AIM AMI UU (III PL'
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All Cereals Make Substantial
Gains Brisk Demand Stim
ulates Entire Market.
WHEAT IS VEEY STE0NG;
Omaha, Dee. 34, 1 Pin.
Grain receipts continued light today, but
the demand for everything was excellent
and all cereals made substantial gains.
Wheat was especially strong, at an advance
of 2 to 4 cents, but the demand for this
cereal seemed to be confined to the better
grades of hard winter, the No. 2 grade
being quoted at 11.79 and 11.80 and the
bulk of the No. 3 hard selling at $1.77
1.78. Only - few cars of the poorer grades
of wheat were reported sold, the sales of
No. 4 hard being at $1.7291.74 and No. S
mixed at ll.70ftl.7Stt.
The com market was very active, at an
advance of lc to and the yellow was
! in strong demand at premium prtcea, and
1 the sales of yellow corn were a trifle
heavier than either the white or the mixed
varieties. No. 3 yelow corn was quoted at
87S7Hc: No. S white brought from Mc
to J7'r. and mixed corn of the same grads
sold around 87c and 87 (4c, with the bull,
going at 87c.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Chicago SI 510
Minneapolis ............. .14 ...
"Kansas City 72
St. Louis 85
These sales were reported today:
Wheat No. 2 hard wlnte: 7 cars, $1.M;
2 cars, $1.79. No. S hard winter: 1 car,
11.79; 1 car, SI. 78; 1 car, $1.77 14 ; 2 cars.
11.77. No. 4 hard winter: 1 car, 11.74; 1
car. $1.73; No. 3 mixed: 1 car, $1.74; 1 car.
1.72. No. 3 mixed: 1 car, $1.72 1. No. 3
mixed durum: 1 car, $1.70.
Rye No. 3: 1 car, $1.39.
Barley No. 4: 1 car, $1.07; 1 ear, $1.M,
No. 1 feed: 1 car, 90c.
Omaha Cash Prices Wheat: No. t hard,
$1.7R4r1. 80; No. 8 hard, $1.7tt0L79; No.
4 hard, $1.71$1.74; No. 2 durum. $1,699
1.71; No. It durum, tl.68S91.T0. Corn: No.
2 white, 87SH87c; No, 3 white, 87
874.c; No. 4 white, 8687c; No. 6 white.
86i&87r; No. 6 white, 864p8tfc; No. 2 yet
low, &7488c; No. 3 yellow, S7087Hc;
No. 4 yellow, 8fi87e; No. 5 yellow.
86087c; No. yellow, 86rc; No. 2
mixed, 8?M7c; No. 3 miied, S6ati87Hc;
No. 4 mixed, 864s7c; No. 6 mixed, 86
S6Hc; No. 0 mixed, 85HR6c. Oats: No.
2 white, Gl4c: standard, UHSlc;
No. 3 white, SlOUHc; No. 4 white. 61
Mc. Barley: Malting. $1.001.12; No, 1
feed, 82 90c. Rye; No. 3, $L20L2O;
No. 3, $1.2801.29.
Omaha Fnture Market.
Heavy export business and short cover
ing were largely responsible for today's
advance, the May and Jnly options on
wheat closing strong at a 3o advance' on
May and lc on July.
The local trade was very active, wheat
trading being confined largely to the May ''
article and corn to the May and Jnly op
The export sales at the seaboard amounted
to about 800,000 bushels of wheat and this
fact shows that the railroad situation is
beginning to ahow signs of clearing up.
The trade in oats was rather quiet and
this market followed wheat and corn on
the advance, the May option closing c
Local range of options:
Art. I Open. High. Low. Close. Yes.
Dec 1 71 1 71 171 1 71 I 71
May 1 70 1 73 170 1 72 1694
July 1 34 1 3h 134 1 134
Corn. I I ( I )
Dec. 88 88 87 87 87
May 88 89 88 89 8S
July j 87 87 87 87 87
Dec. 46 46 46 46 46
May 1 51 51 61 61 61
Chicago closing prices, furnished The Bee
by Logan & Bryan, stock and grain brokers,
315 South Sixteenth street, Omaha:
Art. I Open. HiglC Low.r'ciose. Yes.
Wht. 1 I I I 1
D"c. 1 85 1 68 1M 1 S6 161
1 May 1 72 1 75 177 1 74 170
July 1 &S 1 41 138 1 41 U8
Dec. 92 9 92 95 93
May 92 93 92 93 92
July 91 92 91 92 91
Dec B0 61 60 51 604
May 53 64 63 63 53i
July 50 61 S 61 60
Jan. 27 00 27 00 27 00 27 00 26 75
May 26 70 26 70 26 SO 36 60 26 60
Jan. 16 20 16 36 16 20 IS 30 15 12
May 15 67 15 76 16 65 16 76 IS 67
Jan. 13 72 13 72 It 62 IS 72 18 62
May J 14 22 14 26 14 12 14 20 14 17
31 George C. Yates, pioneer merchant and
2 Joseph A. Haman, 68, cashier Swift A
5 Lyman T. Shngart, Council Bluffs, na
tive son. killed in auto accident
1 Charles H. Brown, 41, native son, capi
talist and realty man.
9 William A. Wataon, 66, civfl war veteran
and horseshoe r.
11 Slgmund Land berg, widely known
pianist, composer and teacher.
12 Ben F. Wllklns. 69. Council Bluffs, vet
eran traveling salesman.
14 Mrs. Rebecca S. Manderson, 87, widow
of General Charles S. Manderson.
16 Margaret Kennedy Brorae, 26, Wor
land, Wyo., native daughter of Omaha.
16 H. F. Hamilton, 67, Sooth Side stock
man, 17 D. W. Van Oott, 63. pioneer jeweJer .
Michael Dinan, 65, pioneer locomotive
22 H. R, Boeott, 80, Bemjon, civil war vet
eran and recluse.
23 Mrs. Susanna C. Dodge, 78, Council
Bluffs, widow of the late N. P. Dodge.
25 Mrs. Nellie Willard, 62, pioneer resident.
26 Mrs. J. M. Tanner, 58. prominent South
Side resident, death accidental.
28 Mrs, J. W. Van Nostrand, 83, pioneer
of 1857; Mrs. W. S. Sweesy, 88, pioneer
31 Max Meyer, 69, New York City, pioneer
merchant, first president Omaha Board of
3 Herman O. Barmettler, 36,
man Tten Biscuit company.
10 James H. Macomber, 65, prominent
member Omaha bar; George P. Bemis.
pioneer and former mayor Omaha; Charles
E. Bates, 72, pioneer; Thomas Meldrum,
75, foreman Union Pacilk pattern shop;
Arnold Ayers, 81. civil war veteran and
16 Herman Droge, 65, Council Bluffs,
prominent grain elevator owner.
17 Dr. F. C. Clarke, 88, Council Bluffs,
22 Peter P. Shelby, 70, Cleveland, former
Union Pacific official at Omaha; Mrs.
Mary Du Bole, 90, one of the oldest resi
dents .of Omaha.
24 Mrs. Margaret Weatherbse, 97, resi
dent of Omaha for thirty years.
27 Frank Roberson, 44, Ienver, noted
traveler and lecturer, former resident of
28 S. A. Hutchison, 68. Chicago, manager
of railroad tours, former resident of
Omaha; Percy H. Stevens, advertising
manaser Orchard A Wlthelm company.
SO Hoscom H. Roblson, 63. veteran insur
ance man. president of Bankers Reserve
Minneapolis drain Market.
Minneapolis, Dec. 30. Wheat, May, 31.79 i
1.79V July. 61.73. Cash: No. 1 bard
!1.8O40LIbK, No. 1 northern, $1.77 Uti
1.80; No. 2 northern, 11.734 01.79,
Corn No. 3 yellow, 88(8c.
Oata No. 3 white. 49 050c.
Flaxseed $2. S2 2.86.
FlourFancy patents, 10c higher; ether
Barley 79c081. 12.
Omaha Hay Market.
Omaha, Dec. 23. I'rairte Hay Choiee up
land. $11.60012 00; No. 1. 310.50011.00
No. 2, $9.00010.00; No. 3, $8.009.00; choice
midland, $11.00; No. 1, $10.00010.50' No.
2, $S.5O09.5; No. 3. $7.5O0.5O; choice
lowland. $9.0009.1.0; No. I, S.S0tt9 W No,
2, $7.t'iH.OO; No. 3. $5.00fc7 . 00.
Alfalfa Choice. $17.0017.50; No. I.
$15. SOy 16.50; standard. $14.50016 50: No.
2, $12.50013. 60; Nr.. 1, $10.50011.50
6 Straw Oat, $7.0007.50; wheat. ICtOO
EUta Botsor Prises,
Blgln, DU Dec. 10. Bntttw .SAmIs
sold at 39 cents; tsssssnM.as ftfra
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