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THE llKEi OMAHA. TUESDAY. MARCH 21. 1922.
Battlers Appear in
for Their Encounters
MhtU Lux an4 fattling Ortrgo, h tuiare off tonight p'jht in
the main event of the trnhuker Atliknc ctub'a bcnenhow, complftr
their trnniniryiterl4y uh light workoutn. Horn appeared in th proverbial
pink i condurvit.
The card consist ct three tO-round tout.
Joe Gorman, IViland lis titw eight, and Arlo Fnnitif of Kna City,
who meet in the second bout on the program, alio appeared in fettle fat
weir an ray.
(Wman ruled a favorite Over liii opponent today,
The opening hout W between two bantam Harry Bramer of Denver
an3 Ruck Timothy of Davenport, la. ,
Both thee hoyi won championships in the aervice during the war and
are willing arrapperi, ao the whole card should be one of continuoui
The boxer, accompanied by tlieiKV
managers, met witn representative
of the club yesterday in the city hall
and agreed to a JO per cent deduc
tion from their guaranteea in view of
the fact that the proceeds are to go
to Terry O'Mallory'a parrnta. An
other meeting will be held at 2
o'clock this afternoon to complete
City officials have cut the prire
of the Auditorium from JSOO to 250
The Townsend Gun company will
donate the gloves for the evening,
while Steve Green has announced
that he will do the announcing free
Leo Shea, referee, ha chopped hi
prire at third man in the ring, and
John Dcnnison has volunteered his
services at timekeeper.
Tickets for the Tuesday night's
show are selling fast, and it i be
lieved that the parent of Terry
O'Mallory. who died Friday night
Pug Griffin Gets
Houston. Tex.. March 20. (Spe
cial Telegram) Records went by the
boards here yesterday when Harney
in a dressing room at the Orpheum
gymnasium as a result of a bout
with Ray Carter, will receive more
than 5J.000 through the benefit box
$364 in Boxer's
T. M. TX.W IU I M
.n Monira SO
nM Bmlin , Ml
4in Malarf ,
Kportaman' Cigar Start,
.lark Lawla ...
Nam Zrog-maa . . . . ,
Araald Browar. ........
Noaads Tannlbaut. ......
Kuba Frltmaa h
A. V. lMn
I. Bilea 4
Jna B. Kuaeablam 1
A total of $364 had been subscribed)
to the Terry O'Mallory benefit fund
Among fhe contributions received
today were $25 from Buddy Logan,
O'Mallory'a instructor, and $W from
The fund was started Saturday
morning when it was learned the
dead boxer's parents . were without i
funds to defray funeral expenses. I
Bert Muth, match maker for Labor
Temple, who staged the fight in
which O'Mallory lost his life, this
morning announced he would pay ex
penses of the burial.
As a result the money contributed
to the burial fund will be turned over
to the lad's dependent parents.
Contributions may be made at the
Sportsman's cigar store, Baseball
headquarters, or sent to the sports
editor of The Bee.
Hurl Pro Ball Here
Dinah Wright, independent base
ball pitcher, who has played arojnd
Omaha for the last seven years, will
return next week from Joplin, Mo.,
where he has been managing a bil
' Wright expects to be joined here
by Rolla. (Sug) Mapel, a lefthander
who has been playing independent
baseball at Casper, VVyo. Mapel is
the property of the St. Louts Browns
but has steadfastly declined to Te
port after having had a brilliant try
out at the close of the 1919 season,
St Paul, Winn., March SO. The nro
pod in-round bout between Billy Ml.ke
of Bt. Paul and Bartley Bidden of New
York, llcht heavyweights, set (or April S
her, has bn called off. '
II runs in the
first inning of the
fame - with the
louston team and
the Bayou City
club to the tune of
19 to 15.
It was in many
.respects a weird
same and vet
enough baseball of various brands
was on display to keep 2.000 or
more fans satisfied.
Griftin of Omaha did the "Babe"
Ruth act when he lilted one over the
left-lield fence for a four-base blow
with two men on. Thereafter fans
cautioned Houston players to "tie
their gloves on" when he came to bat
Wilder, with three on, busted one
for three bases. '
Houston outhit Omaha, but was
tmabre to make the hits count as did
the Buffaloes. The locals registered
one or more hits in each nning.
Omaha confined its hit making busi
ness to six innings. Griffin has the
distinction of makng two hits and
two runs in one inning. He also
drove in three runs in the same in
ning. Thorpe Wins Second
Leg on Gun Trophy
Shooting against a strong wind,
Bruce Thorpe, member of the Om
aha Gun club, won the second leg
oh the March trophy at the local
traps Sunday afternoon when he
smashed 46 out of SO targets.
The stiff wind handicapped the
shooters throughout the afternoon.
The clay targets sometimes failed to
carry long enough to give the guns
a chance to get a "beat" on the
Thorpe's shooting was one of the
features of the afternoon. In the
Noyes-Moore trophy cup shoot,
Thorpe shattered 16 out of 25 tar
gets, while in the doubles he tied
with Noyes with 13 out of 24. In
the shoot-off, Thorpe won when he
pot 12 out of 24, while Noyes broke
, Believes Death Accidental
Lincoln. March 19. H. S. Antles,
state commissioner of public safety,
said last night he saw nothing to jus
tify further investigation on the part
of the department of the fatality at
tending the prize fight at Omaha,
Friday night when Charles Havli
cek' died shortly after being knocked
out by Ray Carter of Sioux City, la.
Dealt Fatal Wallop
Hay Carter, Vinxi
in UIFitlrtt Haul
Bears Bruises of Fight
New York Teams Need Bolsters
. Before Being Flag Contenders
New Yoifc. Matcit 2).M.nUi
tin S two big league IxhImII Icon
have jar to gi Ntit thrn can hve
seriously to compete with l"y ii?'
krf 01 uccei wnu tut tfui t
their rope'1" ciuuits,
The Gums tuvk the snutl rnd of
12 to 6 Store xgaiiut the White
S yetiffJjy at J-au AnSouia, Tex,.
while the Yankee were linihaatrd
at New Orleans by the M, I.O!ii
Cardinal. I J to 10.
Brooklyn's entry (or the National
league tkr tame tnruuiili i4nit
the Louisville American .nnnauon
team at 1'cntacola, Ma., i to 0.
The Yankee defeat doubly
bitter because Pabe Hut It permuted
a aingte to pae through hi Irys ke
a pig i an alley.
Falk Signs Contract.
Chicago, March 20. ISib Falk, re
calcitrant outfielder, today was safe.
W in the lliiiago American' fold,
lie went down to S.tu Antonio,
where the Stx defeated the world
champion New York National yes
terday, and signed a contract.
He will join the a tub Friday when
the Sox play at Austin, his liume
All the Chicago National looked
good in their 8 to o win over the
Vernon Coast league club yesterday,
according to reports sent here. Ar
nold Statx and Hack Miller, new
outrielderr, smackrd out three hits
each, and Grovrr Cleveland Alenan
der heaved four rounds with only
one hit agaiibt him.
Hard Work Ahead.
Philadelphia, March 20.-Two
practices daily will be the schedule
oi me riuMdelpnu Nitipnai at
I. renting during the next to weeks,
Maitagi'r Wilhrltu) id today. The
team ml trraW camp March i, he
Wilhrlm declared he is not satis
l'i"l with the condition o( the squad.
I'att i the iu4d will so 83 nulei
in autinnotiitts to Daytnna today to
Uy the Morula Mate league team
At Kagle ran yesterday the I'lul
drlphia Americans gave San An
lr.in.1 another drubbing, 9 to 5, 1 he
chief iiiterrnt in the name, front
Mack's standpoint, . the work of
In three shortktort candidates, liar
retr, laiiaway ana cheer,
Tris Injure Xnee.
Cleveland. O. March 20.-Man
aer Tris Speaker of the Cleveland
Indian probably will be out of the
game for t week, according to ad
vice received here from Dallas,
Spraker wrenched hia knee in ye
terday'a game with Cincinnati. It
is the same knee Speaker injured in
a same with M. I-oms last caon
and which since has given hint
Tigers on Week'a Tour.
Detroit, March 20. Twenty-one
members of the Detroit American
club, including Manager Ty Cobb,
left their training camrt at Augusta,
Ga., today with the Rochester club
of the International league lor
week's tour of South Carolina.
I he eleven men left behind are
expected to be joined during the
week by Howard F.limke and
George Dauss, two Tiger pitchers
who have not reported.
Boxers Send Floral
Cover for O'Mallory'a
Casket; Funeral Tues.
Omaha boxers today gave a beau
tiful floral cover for the casket of
Terry O'Mallory, whose body is at
his parents' home north of Florence.
Many Omaha sportsmen also sent
O'Mallory was killed in a bout
Friday night in the trpheum Gar
Funeral services for O'Mallory
will be held tomorrow at the resi
dence of his brother, Joseph Hav
licck, 538 South Twenty-sixth street,
at 8:30 and in St. Wenceslaus church
at 9. Burial will Te In St. Mary
Improvement Begins on
Country Club Course---Fontenelle
The golf bee will begin buzzing at the majority of Omaha golf clubs
this week. .
A crew of workmen started putting the Omaha Country club course in
shape yesterday, and before the end of the week other courses are expected to
be overhauled in preparation for the coming season. , '
The golf season will open on a big scala in about three weeks, although
the sport has not'been altogether '"dead" during the winter, for gutta percha
enthusiasts never failed to turn out for a few holes' play on any suitable
Flans for the coming season werew-
made by the Fontenelie Gold club
directors at a meeting yesterday. .
The directors contrived a number
of interesting and unique contests to
hold the golfers' interest and also de
cided to give special attention to wo
The following officerj were elected:
C R. Moores, 3lU Fontenelie boule
vard, president; Seavey Hudson,
1807 North Forty-seventh street, vice
president; W. E, Dougherty, 3119
Fontenelie boulevard, secretary, and
R. A. Fearce, 4458 Spaulding street,
The red letter event on the Oma
had golf calendar is the Transmissis
sippi golf tournament here the week
of July 10. .
Charlie Johnson, Country dub pro,
has returned from California and is
in charge of the preparations at that
Ray Carter, Sioux City boxer, did
not realize when he set himself and
delivered a terrific wallop to Terry
O'Mallory'a chin that it would send
into eternity one of the most promis
ing boxers ever turned out of Omaha.
The above photo of Carter was
taken Saturday, the day following
the ill-fated bout.
Carter's face still bears bruises
from O'Mallory's pile-driving
Tampa to Be Landis'
Tampa, Fla., March 20. Judge
K. M. Landis, baseball commission
er, is planning on making Tampa
his headquarters next winter, while
the major league ball clubs are at
their southern spring training camps
and to use Tampa as his inspection
He arrived in Tampa Saturday
and left Sunday for Jacksonville,
from which place he goes to. Mobile
and thence to the Texas camps.
Former Handball Champ
Wins First Game of Tourney
Milwaukee, Wis., March 20.
"Cannonball" Ranft, Los Angeles
Athletic club, national handball
champion in 1919, today defeated
Code of Chicago, two games without
giving his opponent a single score, in
the opening games of the National
Amateur Athletic union handball
tournament, which opened here today.
Offer 8 to Sfage Match
Between Jack and
"Sir angler" Lewis
,Ponca City, OkL, March 20.
'Joe C. Miller, one of the owners
of the 101 ranch near here, to
day wired an offer to Jack Demp
sey and Ed (Strangler) Lewis,
providing a guaranty and percen
tage if their proposed wrestling
boxing match is brought to Buf
falo park at Mr. Miller's ranch.
The park is on the main line of
the Santa Fe railroad.
Omaha Buffaloes Take Short Rest
Following Victories Over Houston
Victoria. Tex., March 20. (Special
Telegram.) Two uccesive victor
ies from tbe Houston (Texas
League) club by the Omaha Bulla
Iocs put the entire squad in a jovial
frame of mind today and the whole
squad celebrated by laying off. The
regulars returned to Camp Victoria
this afternoon highly elated over
their 2-to-l and 19-to-lS wins from
their Texas league rivals.
Practice sessions will start anew
tomorrow in preparation for four
successive exhibition games, which
will be played in this city on March
23, 24. 25 and 26. Houston will be
here Thursday and Friday and Cor
sicana of the Texas-Oklahoma league
will be guests on Saturday and Suu-
day- , ,
The weather continues balmy,
much to the delight of the pitchers,
who love to work out when a hot
sun is shining to get the kinks out of
their soup bones. Manager Burch
has expressed elation over.the show
ing made by the team he took to
Houston with him. The twirling of
Wilson and Okrie in the first game
Majors Discard Him
Fred Schupp Sold to,
Kansas City Ball Club
Once National Ace
featured that contest, while the heavy
hitting of the whole Omaha team
was the feature of the Sunday game,
From now on the practice sessions
will be much more strenuous, and
Manager llurch will begin the ardu
ous Ubk of selecting his team. This
will require a lot of thinking be
cause all of the men in camp have
been showing up well. Walters and
Snedecor at first at Waite, Mee and
Obst st second have been showing
uo like luminaries. Amen, Grilfin
and Manush have practically assured
themselves of outfield births.
Slated for April
The Nebraska interscholastic pen
tathlon, to determine the all-round
track champion of state high schools,
will be held April 14 to 29 at Lin
The pentathlon was introduced to
high schools last year by the Uni
versity of Nebraska, with some 40
Hiffh schools entering the pen
tathlon will run off the outlined
events on their own athletic fields.
Records will be forwarded to Coach
Schulte, but must include not more
than the four high men. Any record
made by a high school athlete m an
interhitth school meet may be
recorded for an all-round score, un
der the rules.
The events in the 1922 penthathlon
by groups are running high jump,
running broad jump and pole vault;
shot put (12-pound), and discus
throw; 220-yard dash, 880-yard run
and 120-yard high hurdles. Each
contestant must compete in at least
one event in each group and a total
of five events to be eligible for state
Douglas Myers, the 1921 cham
pion, is a student of the university.
Pacific & Atlantlo Thoto.
Fred Schupp (above), one-tinie
National league pitching star, has
been sold by the Brooklyn Dodgers
to Kansas City of the American association.
Today in Ring History
Twenty-Seven Tears Ago.
Joe Choynskl against Dao Creedon.
draw. Chicago, six rounds.
Twenty Years Ago.
Gun Huhlln knocked out Peter Miner,
Philadelphia, two rounds.
Johnny (Cyclone) Thompson lot to
Battling Nelson, Chicago, six rounds.
Eighteen Years Ago.
Jack O'JCeefe lost to Buddy Ryan, Chi
cago, six rounds.
Mine Years Ago.
Matt Wells won rrom Tom McCorralck,
Sydney, 80 rounds.
Eight Years Ago.
Georges Carpentler lost to Joe Jean
ette, lb rounds.
Five Years Ago.
Mike O'Dawd lost to Joe Egan, Boston,
' Handicap Golf MeeL
New York, March 20. Players
with a handicap of four strokes or
less will be the only entrants accept
ed for the national amateur golf
championship, to be played at the
Country club, Brookline, Mass., be
jriaains September 4,
O- In amateur rules. Is 'three men ln'f
a foul on the team which haa two play
ers in the play? W. A. L.
A. Not valees ene of tha players holds,
blocks, trips, charges, pushes or aaes un
Q. What is meant by 12-inch basket?
A. Professional rule say tbe inside
rim of basket most extend 13 Inches from
the offk-iaJ backboard. This is commonly
called lS-lnch basket and means the
straight rod tram hoop must be li inches
Q. In case of ti game, do reams
shangs goals in extra period? F. A. 8.
Q. In professional rules two fouls are
eallsd on a player, one for holding and
tbe other for UJktng back to refereV
Does played fouled shoot both, trys?
C D. w.
A. 'o. Tbe player fouled makes ene
foul try foe the holding and the opponent
of tha player who did the talking back,
hoots the ether.
Q. In professional rules, a goal Is
scored before whistle can ba blown for an
offense made by the team scoring gotl.
Does is count? C. D. F.
A. Ha, goal does not count, hot V S
player, while throwing for the goal. Is
offended by an opponent and succeeds m
making basket, both effcisse and goal
Taste Is a matter of
We state St u our honert
belief that the tobaccos used
in Chesterfield are of finer
quality (and hence of better
tatte) than in any other
cigarette at the price,
Ltattt SfMjtrt Toiacn Ct
Turkish mid Domestic tobacco blended
JSuprcme Court to
in Stockyards Act
Government File Ilrief in
Case to Determine Iimrr
to Control I.ivrMoek
Watliington, March JO, A cf d
wide importance involving the ei'f.irt
of the federal gotrrnntrnt to tcguUte
stock vara tratrr in the aikrr act
of 19.M wt reached for oral argu
ment In the tuprenie court today.
The rase ha come up on apieaJ
from the I'nited Mates diatrit miirt
t ChicaKO in two rates, pne brought
by T. 11. Stafford and the rrond
by Jamei E. Hurton and cither, the
decision of the lower eaurt hrln?
favorable to the government.
The packer and stockyards act
i being attacked by the trade nn
the grounds that the live.tm.k reach
ing the various ttockvard rf the
country hat completed every phase
of interstate commerce tixn delivery
to the commission merchant from
whom the trader buy, and that no
ct oi the traders is in mterMate
commerce or so intimately related
to it as to flive the federal fiovern-
mcit any control over them.
Government Ftle Brief.
E. G. Godman. anneared an roimsrl
for Stafford and Levy Mayer for
l he government filed a brief pre
pared by Solicitor General lireek
and Blackburn Ksterline, of the De
partment of Justice, and will nresent
oral orgument tomorrow. The gov
ernment contended that the transac
tions of the trader form a part of
the great current of interstate com
merce flowing into the stockyards,
the enormity of which it emphasized
by statistics showiusr that 15.42.1.-
872 head of livestock valued at $665,
421.232 reached the Union stock-
ards at Chicago in 1920, and that the
value of livestock arriving there in
1921 was over $500,000,000, to say
nothing of livestock reaching other
large stockyards throughout the
One-third of the livestock arrivine
at the Chicago yards, the govern
ment asserted, was sold to memhers
of the Traders exchange while mov
ing in interstate commerce, and
those who received and in turn sold
the livestock while so moving were,
the government insisted, subject to
federal regulation. The livestock at
Chicago was handled, the eovem-
nient claimed, in interstate commerc
by the Union Stockyards anil
Transit company, which has bcri
held by the supreme court to be
common carrier engaged in inter
Shell-Shock Victim Shoots
Self With Gun Used in France
Maolewood. ' N. T.. March 20.
Nervousness due to shell shock suf
fered in the war is believed to have
caused Ralph W. Harrison, 31, form
er Lafayette college athlete, to shoot
and kill himself early today with the
revolver he had carried through the
ignting m t ranee.
Bankers Back Rum Ring
Miami, Fla.. Maroh 20. A boot
legging ring has been uncovered here
so thoroughly organized that its con
tracts were backed bv some Miami
bankers, who also acted as trustees
for the funds coverinng large sales,
Col. L. G. Nutt of the internal rev
enue bureau, has reported to Prohibi
tion Commissioner Haynes.
Gallant 0IJ Battery
Out of I'umam Vii it War
Vttit ,(ef Attend
HoUs bst Roll Call
Cleveland. O., March W The
Cleveland light artillery, the gal.
land old battery that served in the
civil war and which I laid to b
fired ih first shot at Iht confeder
ate force in the first land battle of
the ar, ha truck us flag to
Th Utt roll call of the organ
isation, held on Washington'
birthday, February 22, following
annual custom, was answered by
only one of the two remaining vet
erans of the original battery and
two honorary member who
served with other Ohio batteries.
Nichols Weidenkopf, 78. who
wa the youngest soldier in tn
Cleveland battery, called the roll
and the Rev. Henry C. Martindat
of Cleveland and Kichard King of
Chardon, the two honorary mem
ber, responded. Henry Rcbbeck,
tht other survivor of the battery,
was ill at his home here.
"It wa the dying with of CoL
James Barnett that the last of u
turn over the Cleveland artillery
record to the Western Keserv
Historical society," taid Mr. Weid
enkopf. "I move that the Cleve
land Light Artillery hereby dis
bands." The motion carried and Weid
- enkopf wa designated to present
the records of the battery to the
imusement Park at
Kearney Is Burned
Kearney, Neb., March 20. (Spe
cial.) Kcarncyites will have to look
elsewhere than to their amusement
park for entertainment this summer,
for that institution, with exception
of the roller coaster, was wiped out
by fire. High tension wires blown
down by the terrific storm are be
lieved to have started the blaze. The
big dance hall, lunch rooms and all
concessions of the main building
were gutted and only fragments of
the massive three-foot brick wall
remain standing. When the fire was
discovered the entire structure was
ablaze. A blinding snowstorm raged
and an elTort of the fire department
to get to the blaze was frustrated,
telegraph and telephone poles being
down and their tangled mess of
wires obstructing the highways. It
is estimated the loss will be between
$15,000 and $20,000, partly covered
Bee Want Ads Are the Best Business-Getters.
fact of show
block from high
Every coat triad
on. Every gar
teed a perfect
Suits to Order
$35 to $65
Is With Us
MacCarthy-Wilson Tailoring Co.
S. E. Cor. 15th and Harney St-
Saying Pacific Fact
BriiUlt Amlwasstilor rv
viatii of Sfftli in
Angr-lft Wrong Wirrt
CUUd. lat, Metrh 20,-Sir
Auckland (ddes, l!ritih amhaoa
d'r, yesterday formally denied that
he had said that the four-power
treaty had aveited an imminent war.
a had hern repotted in version of
an aildiet he made iii l.o Angeles,
ricrnlly discussed in the senate.
.Sr Ati. kUnd said that a sonn a
he arrived here on his series of visit to
1'acitir ckjM cities, he instructed hi
secretary to piepare a telrgram drny
ing that he had mmtinnrd an "im
minent war." The telegram, he aid,
xvoulil he dent immediately to the
Hritish rnihasty at Washington and
thence Ihrmiuli diplomatic channels,
to the capital.
It read: "San Francisco paper re
port this mrning that the lintish
ambassador ba been quoted as say
ing in a speech delivered at Los Au
gelei, that the four-power treaty
averted an immtneut war in the Paci
fic. The ambassador categorically
denies that any ueh statement wa
made by him, either in a public ut
terance or a private conversation."
His remark in l.o Angeles, in art
address at the City club, were ex
temporaneous and dealt with world
conditions in general and according
praise to 1'rrsident Harding for call
ing togrtlirr the nations of the world.
"I did nut say anything that bad
not hern said a hundred times be
fore," Sir Auckland stated.
Home Building on Increase
During Lat Three Months
Washington. March 20. Marked
stimulation in home construction i
shown in contracts awarded during
the last three months as reported to
the division of building and housing
of the Department of Commerce.
The department announced today
that in 27 states in the nnrthrahtern
quarter of the country, building con
tracts awarded in December totalled
$101,000,000, and in January and
February $75,000,000 each.
Although normally, it was pointed
out, these are the months of least ac
tivity in building, their contract to
tals compare with a monthly average
of $73,000,000 in 1921.
Pssssnrar and Freight fevrkrt.
K. Y. to rherbours: and Southampton
MATRETANIA ....Apr. Apr.SS Marl
AQI ITAMA Aur. 11 May S May :i
nr.iti.vuisiA . ...may so aunsia July II
N. V. to Plymouth, fherbours; A llsmbura
CAKOMA Apr. May JS June 1J
FANNOMA Apr. la
Also rails st Halifax.
New Tork to Quernitnwn and Liverpool
ALBANIA (new). .Apr. 1
CARMANIA Apr. 19 May 17
BCVTHIA (new). ..Apr. 3 May 2 Jtin Zl
SAMARIA (new). .May 10 aone 7 July ft.
N. Y. to Londonderry and Glasgow
A8HVRIA Muy 12 June 1"
OOM MBIA May tl June! July 2t
N. Y. to Londonderry, I.lvsrpool St Glasgow
CAMEROMA (new) Apr. 6
N. Y. to Mediterranean Ports
ITAIJA Mar. SI
Boston to Londonderry, Liverpool and
ALGERIA ;....Apr. 1
Boston to Queenstown sad Liverpool
I-ACONIA (new). ..May S May 31 June IE
Portland. Me., to Halifax and Glasgow
CASSANDRA Mar. SO
SATI RNIA Apr. 13
Montreal to Movllle and Glasgow
ATHENIA June 53
RATLRMA July 14
Only Canadian Steamship Line calling at
an Irish port.
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See our demonstration with live rats at Beaton Drug Co.'s store.
oiate managers ana salesmen wanted.
Council Bluffs Remedy Co.
Stockmen's Service and Supplies. - - Council Bluffs, Iowa.
UMAilA DEALERS ,
Beaton Drug Co, 15th and Farnam Sts,
Benton Pharmacy, (105 Military Ave.
Fioronco Pharmacy, 8524 N. 30th St.
Orean'a Pharmacy, 5M So. 16th St.
Harrington V Lea my, 8501 N. 30th St
O. K. Hard war Co., 4831 S. 24th St.
Clark Drua Co.. Broadwav and Main
Public Drug Co, 533 West Broadway.
Taffee Drug Co, 556 West Broadway
Omaha Distributing Co, 339 Leflang Bldg.
Petersen Michelsen Hdwe, 4918 S. 24th St.
Rex Pharmacy, 17th and Cuming Sta.
Saratoga Drug Co, 24th St and Amea Av.
Schillera- Pharmacy, 8125 Military Avo.
Sherman A McConnall. All Stares.
COUNCIL BLUFFS DEALERS ' .
Weener a Cowle Drug Co, 200 S. Main St.
Younkerman Seeo Co, 164 West Broadway.
J. Zoller Mercantile Co, 100 E. Broadway.