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THE KSAftlfrK DAILY MERROIt, MONDAY,. APRIL 15, 1912.
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' BRING YOUR BOYTQ
JfcfAKX BROS. & tiESS.
The Store That Makes Good
J FREE Go-Cycle with every boys Cloth Suit, $2.50 $
up to $10.00. i
wiTsmma mvh stock.
!. Pittsburg, Pn Aprlt 15. TutUo
ffteccfpla 02 carloads; market nctlvo;
' toholco SS.dO; good 7fi7.40; ralr 8
,6.'5j0! veal calves 7.2508.
" Sheep and lambs lteccfpts 22 dou
"blcdcoks; market steady; prlmo woth
qra G.30G.10; (rood mixed 5tJP.Ti.25;
'fair mixed 4.'CO7 4.85 ; yearling lambs
47.25; spring lambs 8 IS.
(Hogs (Receipts 25 doublcdocks;
(market nctlvo; 'prlmo heavy hops 8.15;
mediums 8.15; heavy yorkera 8.15;
light yorkera 7.6008; iplgs C.7507;
toughs 707.25; stags C 00.25.
IiOCAIj UHA1N MAKK13T.
OIjKVKrANO MVK STOCK.
Cleveland, A'prll 1G. dlogs 2,500;
10c higher; henvfcs"7.90; yorkors, mix
ed nnd lights 8.05; pigs G.C0.
Cattle 25 cars; 15025c higher. .
Sheep nnd lambs 18 cars; clips 7.25
Calves 800; 8.50 top.
TjOUISVIIjTj13 iavb stock.
Louisville, Ky., April 15. Cattle
atecclpta 100; 207
dlogs 'Receipts 3,900; 4 0'7.85.
I Sheep and lambs ltccotpts 1C0 !
Toledo. O., April 15; AVhcat Caoh
and MnV;l).dP 3-4J July 1.08 G-S-.-itop-itcmbcr'l.OG
S8. " '
....-Oorn Cash- 80- 1-4;-(May 79 3-Ij
, . Jly.79 3-S; September 78 1-4.
"' "'date Cash CO 1-4; Way GO; July
, 5U 1-2; September 45 3-8.
llyc Cosh 92.
Ciovcrsccd Cash 12.60; April 12.10;
October 10.05; No. 2, 12.35; No. 3,
12.20; rojected, 12.00.
Alslko Cash 12.50; August 9.40.
Timothy Cash COO; April 5.75.
Mutter, eggs and hay Unchanged.
EAST BUFFAliO IiIVE STOCK.
East Buffalo, N. Y., April 15. Cat-
tic dlocorpta 3,300 head; market ac
tive, stronger; prlmo steers 808.25;
.lUutphcr, grades G07':25t cows 3,05.50.
.Calves Hccclpts 2,000 head; mur
'it'el slow,' L'Gc lower; cull to choice- C
Shoop and lambs Rccolpts 17,000;
'market falrly1uptlvo and easier.; choice-,
Jambs 8.2500! cull to' fair 708;
yearlings 77t50; sheep 3.5O0C.4O.
Hogs ltccelpta 13.Q00; market ac
tive, 501Oo higher; yorkera 808.20;
'plga G.750C.S6! mlxo'd. 8.1508.25;
heavy 8.2008.30; roughs 707.25;
gtagw G0.G.25. .. .-.
Ndw York, A'prll 15. FlourDull
.Fork Firm; mess 19 019.50.
."Lard Strong; mlddlo west spot
1O.3O0'1O.4O. ' . i '
Sugar Raw dull; cqntrifuguls, og
! test. 4.05: muscovado, 89 tost, 3.55;
l-..riiohT.il R? nnwilnrnil 5.30(Ti"G.40:
Coffee Wo No. 7 on the spot
5.1008 23. i i
IShcc'p Rocclpta 25,000; market la
Sternly; natlvu 4.4O0G.3O; western
4. 5000.90; Iambi?, native, 5.7507.10;
WRECK If ERIE
Fireman Badly Burned and
EIGHT GARS WRECKED
Terrific Hail Storm Near
Kenton Breaks Train
Ednnnt Sclirluer Cut In tJiu Head by
llrokcu Glass Two Workmen Aro
Severely Scalded by Kscnplng Sjlcnin
Continued From Pago FIo.
an askctl of his nudlcncc: "Is thoro u
Harmon intin hero?"
ONE HARMON MAN IMIE8ENT.
One hand was raised. "Do you think
the pooplo ought to nominate a. man
who won't llvo up to his platform
pledges?" Hryan asked tho nvnnj
"Harmon's nil right." rejoined ,,Hry
an while the crowd roared.
Soiucnno asked Ilrynn how ho know'
Harmon Is with Wall street. "Ro
causo I was dofcatcd three times by
Wall street Inllucnccs," Hryan nn
Ilrynn said that James J. Hill, thd
rrdlroad magnate, .In one of Governor
Hnrmon'H chief supporters for thd
presidency. "In 190S," contlnucil Hry
an, ".Mr. Hill told some of my friends
In congress ho would finance tho Dem
ocratic presidential campaign If ho
nnd Hot Water.
Erie Ilroman 0, N. Iroy, ago 21
wan badly burned and. engineer Harry
Ohio State League Manage
ersrs Meet at Neil
FIRS! GAME HERE APRIL 27
Local Club Will Play Open
ing Came at Lima.
Tliu JtntclKill Season Will Open on
Thursday, April 25, n Day loiter
fl'lian I 'ro loudly ISxpectcd flubs
In Wrangle (ff Jlobbs.
, (At a meeting of tho Ohio State lea
gue magnates at tho Nell House In
Minikin had a narrow usenpe f roln. Columbus at noon today final nrrangc
doath whon engine No. 1G73 on nn monts were completed previous to ,lho
east bound frolght struck tho reurjopdnlng baseball gnmoa on Thurs'.iy,
end of caboose No. 52 at a point ono -April 25. llnnngor 15, O. Btalgcr and
half mllo west of tho.M. J. tower west si 13. Coddon of this city represented
of Mnrlon nt 2 o'clock .Monday mom- tho local i-lub.
life Tho firm gaino played In Marlon.
AS'hllo tho details of tho wreck wore- will bo on Saturday, April 2, although
iflituliiDiI With dirtieiilty, employes cit!ononlm? ,,nv ln Ul0 longUo ,H Arll 25
ho scono Olonday afternoon ugrcod von Miir(m , , n u 10 .
that tho first story circulated onrly lnollll nl (.,lm , M , , at
that Engineer Mai) It In failed to sfeoj q j,.,
tho frolght train In front of him,
which hud, according to reports, en
tered tho yards on tllo wrong track
nnd was attempting to buck out of
tho yards at tho time of the colli
sion. Munklu's engine, No. 1G73 and cn
booso No. 52 wcro totally demolished,
Eight cars on Mankln's train wero
'badly wrecked and a carload of corn
flake, two cars of I'lllshury Hour, n
'carload oats and a carload of Im
ported Canadian wheat wero scat
tered about tho ground. It will bj
ppssihto to snvo a largo portion of tho
Two rails wero badly twisted and It
was necessary for now ones to bo
wns permitted to namo tho presldcn- Installed beforo traffic could bo
1 . - . ant.imt Tin. irnne wn nlAnrr.tl
Ho unin t roicr to mt
rlday, April 20, Chilllcotho will
l)o at Portsiuouth, and Newark nt
On Saturday, April 27, T.lma will
cqmo to Marlon, playing hero Satur
day .and Sunday.
On Decoration day, May 30, tho first
holldny In the season, Marlon will bo
nt .MaiiKlU'M, Lima ntlPorimnouth, nnd
Newnrk at Chilllcotho.
On July I, Chilllcotho will be at
Marlon, Portsmouth nt Newark, and
itancfleld nt Lima.
On Labor day, September 2, Marlon
will bo nt Chilllcotho, Nownrk at Ports
mouth, and Mansfield at Lima.
Tho receipts from tho holiday games
will, ns previously, bo pooled.
Tho schedule proved very satisfac
tory to the various managers and club
Oak or Mahogany
KITCHEN CAIHNHT With
2Gxl2 top; wllh cans and spleo
Jars. 3rd Anniver
sary Sale l'rlco
The Homo of complete
outfits, highest quality,
host selection, largest as
sortment, lowest prices,
most liberal terms.
Exactly Like Cut
q -',!, '.'j;i -')' i wo.'
$16.50, $20, $25,
$30.00, $40, $50.
The Hoover-Rowlands Co.
Ood and keep Ills commundments, la out from Southampton di
tho promise given."
when ho said that. He Irt now trying
to nominate Harmon." Hryan closed
l.ls speech with nn appeal to Demo
cratic voters to go out nund fight Har
mon "up to the Very hour tho polls
"Ho hasn't a drop of progressive
blood In his entire body," ho oxclnlm
cd. "If ho wasn't u candidate himself
ho would bo out working for that
cnndlilnto most favornbla to Wull
street. . Why locs big business want
Harmon for president tinywny? no-
caiiBo ho has always been on theJi
Akron, O., April 15. Music hnll was,
packed to hear Wlllfam J. Hryan hero
today.. Sovrral thousand wcro wultlng
at tho Btutlon whon ho arrived. ,
Hryan resumed his attack on Gov
ernor Harmon. .
"Thoro Is nothing personal? ;ln this
fight between Governor llimrion nnd
myself," snld Hryan. "Tho dlfteronco
between ns Is that I trust thu pcoplo
whllo ho doos not."
Wall street wants Harmon pecnuso
thoy feel sum ho will consult thorn
whon there's a vacancy on tho sti
11 5-8014 3-4. I Of tho Republican situation nrynn
frallaw Steady; city 0 3-10; coun-stld: "If tho rank and Wo or tno lie-
trv 6 7-8ftG3-8
llay fl'Irm iT.norlngs light; prlmo
1.42 1-2(0)1.45; No. 3 1.20; clover
Drossed poultry Quiet; turkeys 13
'(tiSZi chickens 1CW21 1-2; fowls 11
1-2(017; ducks 13'22.
Llvo poultry Dull; gcoso 010;
clucks 17; fowls 15" 1-2; turkeys 15;
Chccso Dull; stnto milk, common
to specials 18ffir20; skims, common to
specials 7 ,l-2(p'M 1-2; hard skims 4
liDr.'.- t. -"
publlcnn party had n chanco to cy
press tholr choice for prosldont, Mr.
Taft would bo overwhelmingly repud
"Mr. Tart nnd Governor Hnrmon
stand for tho wtmo thing. Have you
any doubt that Mr. Harmon too would
bo ovorwholmlngly repudiated If nil
tho Democrats of this country had a'
chanco to vote on his lltnoss for tho'
"Under no clroumstnnco.4 will I ns
slst In tho nomination of Harmon and
thereby turn our pnrly over to J.
sumed. Tho track was clonred bV representatives at tho meMltig. which
10:30 when tho first train wost bound WM iarKc)j. nttondoil. Arrnngoment
pusscu ueiiwo.pii inu mutu ui iivikih
cars on olther uldo of tho track
.,. .Vm.,. ""';'.. ".,: Plernout Morgan.
creamery -exin i -.ia i-.i . ,,,.,. ... jU,mjM wantll It Iimn who
f- -Vi M7 "nUnUl,n Cr0ft",Ury won't enforce tho laws against them.
V!"r,i'"JH "J;-..... .. ,,,. ,.. Tlni nwsou thoy never wanted mo us
. . """I"- "'"'. ."""?. -.:."' .w", i.reslilont Is bewmso thoy know
' f rcv 0 1 nV IJ" aZn -11." '"' "a J" ' uou,,,"'t ,,na8 m
fancy 20 1 -1. "" " -1 1--,'., .,.,, . ,.,..M..t...n.it t,. the
uiivt itivuuu iiiw tijrv;'""Tf -..-
.. CHICAGO JltAIN.
ihlcago, -April 15. G lose Wheat
SiiiViiii 1c: Julv down. 1-2.
"" '.CoruMny down 1 1-2; July clown
Oats-May dovh 7-8; July 3-1.
Provisions Pork unchanged; others
Wheat May open 1.10, oloso 1.11;
July open 1.00 1-2, closo 1.00.
Corn May open 70 1-2, closo 78; July
open 78 1-2, closo 77 1-1.
Cats May open 68, oloso 57 1-8; July
C5; closo 61 1-4.
Pork May open 17.05, closo 17.G5; July
open 18.05, closo 18.05.
Lnrd May opou 1017. closo 10.30;
July open 10.40, closo 10.50.
nibs May opon 0.95, closo 10.05;
July opon 10.22, closo 10.25.
Chicago, 'April 15. Hogs nocolpts
137.6oo': nmrko't slow: mixed- and
Jiujchqra .55W7.95; good hoavy 7.50fj,
7,97; rough heavy i.ibwi,ni; ngni
7.-507.90; pigs 5 7.25.,
Jt'at'tlo Itecolpts 21.000; murkot Is
Btendy; hooves 5.00 8.85; cows and
-lioijtitoi .06P7; stoekor nnd foedors
4i3Uiq,G5; Tcxann i.owo.in. j-hivuh
ouiirouto bench. Thoro novur was a
tliuo'tliat I couldn't havo bcon elected
president If 1 had been willing to soil
out tho IntCroMts of tho pooplo to Wall
street doinlnntlon." '
Tho Music hall crowd warf wildly en
thusiastic when Ilrynn concluded:
"Glvo 1110 a progressivo to light for
nnd seo how much harder I'll light
than I over fought for myself."
When tho onglno loft tho -track,
Glrcman Iroy was hold In tho wreck
ago for a fow imlnutcs but managed to
escape through a small opening be
tween tho tender and the ground. Ho
sustained a severely, burned left leg
from tho Oilgli to thr nnklo with n
dcop burn on tho kneo Joint.
Ills right nnklo was' also lindly burn
ed and the yliung mnn wns cousldcrab
ly trulsed.'' After being attended to
by Drs. Ai rtnd II. S. Ithu tho In
Jmrcrt ir.niv loij Ifor ''s 'homo 'in
Huntington, Indiana. Iroy will not
venture a statement as to who, In
his opinion, was to blamo for tho
morning, wreck. His Injuries will not
bo promnnojlty , , ,
Hnll Storm Near Kenton.
Hoth .pnssongors nnd croW on board
Erlo phssongcr train "So. 1 thought
for a moment that tho'' last day had
como wlion Iho train whIOh Is duo In
Mnrlon nt about llvo cVc(hol In tho
afternoon plunged through In a vio
lent hall rstorm, nenr'Jionton, Sunday
Edward Schrlndr, of Chicago, who
wns enrouto to Now York City was
sovoroly cut nbout tho fncp' by brok
en glass nnd wns gf'on medical at
tention whon tho train ronched Ma
rlon. Tho Injured pnBsongor re
mnlnod horo until Monday morning
when ho resumed IiIh Journey.
ln addition to forty brokon Wn
lows, ten llchtn In the dlnliur car
wero brokon, tho head light was like
wise broken nnd It wns necossary to
stop tho train. AVhon tho train
ronched Marlon tho lloss & Mnrknrt
nm'hulnnco was called nnd the In
jured mnn was tnlcon to tho Mnrlon
Oily hnspltnl whoro modlcal ultcu
tlou wns given hln). ,
Steam Ken Id .Man'.
Kolscy L. llartlott, uge 21, of SCO
Sorantou uvouuu wus sovoroly bum
od about tho faco and nock at tho
Mor- Krin, round hous.. whoro ho Is em
ployed Monday morning. Wlillu In
npoctliig ejectors on engines an It
ullan workman oponud a valvo which
roloasod a (intuitu yuf hot water ami
stou.ni Into Ilurtlott's fuco. Tho In
jured mail Is tho regular colomnu at
tho roundhouse and will probably bo
dlsaJblod for llvo or six weokH as a re
sult of tho accident. Tho Italian wuu
ulso sovoroly Injured having sustained
a sovoroly burned right foro nrm. Tho
Hoys i)iul Murkort anvhulcncu
wiiii culli'il ami tho injured woru
taken to tho Mnrlon City hospital foi
(wns mado to glvo each club .ten Sun
dny gnmes and dlvldo tho holldny
games as satisfactorily as possible.
Lima -was In consldornblo of a
wranglo over Hobbs, tho former (Ham
ilton player, and things grew pretty
warm when Marlon threatened to
leavo tho lenguo provided tho termor
Mechanic was not delivered. 'A com
promlso was untlor way, ho'wevor, Just
boforo press time, to glvo 'Marlon'nn
nlhcr nnd ccpially as dcstrablo nocond
baseman. , , i.jl.rS
BY REV. OHAPIN
"HeaVcn. What It Is and Where,"
was the subject of the sermon preuch
odi at Ep worth church Kundny even
ing by llcv. C. It. Hnvlghiurst. The
text wns as follows, "Hut now thoy
deslro a bettor country, that Is, jan
Dr. HnvlKluirst began by wiying
that ho did not nnuounco this subject
nn a matter of curiosity, but its a
uuostlnn of deep practical Im'port to
huninn lite. Tho (iitostlou of tho Ufa
to cbmo has a' groat deal to do with
tho shaping of our llfo horo. ' No
dcubt many hold unworthy vlows of
"honvon that subject them to tho ridi
cule i)f th thoughtful. It Is our pur
poso itonlght to got such conceptions
of heaven ns shull put gronter slg
nlflennco Into our lives nnd mako them
deeper and richer and strongor and
All wo know uibout It Is what God
has revealed. Tho invcstlgtitlons of
r carton nnd the researches of philoso
phy aro horo In vnln. Thoro arc no
promises upon which to build conclu
sions. Only a fow facts havo been
wrenched from -tho lund of sccrots,
only n fw rnys of light havo: como
to us from tho infinite beyond.
It has somotlmos boon asserted that
heaven Is n stnto of mind and not a
place. Suro It la ithat heaven, If It
means anything, ''means (character
Heaven consists less ln whoro a man
Is than In what ho Is. Hero or no
whoro must n mnn.llnd his honvon.
The eternal "beyond Is tho eternal here,
If henvtri'donsiiioti'begln for rt man
hereltf-Will nevor hagln for him hjjho
nftor. It Is Qod Irriwmnn thcifuuti
atitlites tho heavon ofyiteaven. t
''fTliit If honveit Is 'nrlmnrllv and em-
MIss Cora Johnson nnd Walter Hob- JsVaiicniiv nhnrnetur. It fn ii'lui a nl.icc.
etts, both of I'ropoot, were united In h.'ilollnlto plavo prepared for us. If
iiiiuriiiBu ouuuay niiernuou iiii - wo uro going to -bo .avc must no some
kl'lllnnl .. I ,1m l......n rt .1... l.l.lnU . rt lt . -A. ., f x. ... .... .. ..1
l.W.i'WV ... I1IU UMitlKt Vi II1U Mi ,..U n
niothor, Mrs. G. W. Johnson. Tho
ceremony wns performed by Itev. A.
M. Chopin, In tho prosenco of a fow
Intlmnto friends. ;
Mr. ltoborts Is the son of Mr. imd
(Mrs. Edward. ltoborts und Is n fnrinor
bv occupation. JIls wife Is a charming
yi.ung woman with many friends.
Tlicy will llvo tit Prospect.
tlon she created in the li..ri n- di.m
gcd the American l.nrr Nrv. Vnik
from her berth next to tin- Tit. mi' '.
breaking tso heavy h.iw ih IiKo
pack threads. It was with t'i utmont
difficulty that tho levin. ion v.n man
euvered to avoid a collls! -n
On board tho Titanic when slio snll
Od from this port was a big list of
prominent Americans. Tho novelty of
sailing on tho greatest of modern
oooan-gnlng vesso's had augmented
tho passenger list far nbovo the nvr
npo numlKir. According to the White
Slur offices hero tho advices from Eu
topo pjaced tho pnesongorH nt 700 first,
class; 50b second-class, nnd 1 200
slcornge. Among the cnbln pa"wen
gors wcro Mr. nnd Mrs. John Jacob
Astor, Alfred G. Vnndorbllt, Druce
Ismay, Clnrenco Mooro, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Isidore Stniuss, Countess' Hothcs, Maj
or Archibald Unit, Mrs. E. 1.. Apple
ten, Mr. and Mrs. Washington Dodge
JicnjHmlu Guggenheim, Mr. nnd Mr.s
Oonrgo H. Wldener, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Emll Taussig, Normnu Craig, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Henry Haranrr. M. nnd Mrs
Honry H. Hnrry, E'etchPr Eollowe.
Colonel Washington, 3nd C'lli-nel Ar-
fchlbald Orncio nnd W. G. Kliiid
According to Infrninlon here, the
Tltnnlc cnrrled about $6JD0Q.Qw in bonds
and diamonds. .
WIRELESS CAU.S OtlT OI-' T1IU
In nddltlon to .the .yrgbil n thJi-o
wero In tho vicinity 'Vr tlir Tit.inir
nnd racing toward hor'JMiiiv Ihe
..f discontent ond many of tho "Isms"
which havo lately disturbed public
opin'on. Henry Clows.
4 Wear -Ever'
where," GoirlsKblng' to lit .UP u. place
somewhero .for His redeemed ones
Just as thhflflrlh .was prewired for
us, whov iti.npooontiuuniiH, progro
slvo cllmuotorlo sorles of unfolding.
thoy shull bo working out th( Al
If ou nsk mo what tho nntiire of
that place K I must answer I do not
know. It haw not boon rovoalod. God
has given us pictures of It. Ho talks
vilimit ?ir,1nn nnil jl linltnr colllltrv.
lt'nu.i n L.rnni iittv with Tniimliitlons of
sopiphlro and iiinotliyut and Jasper, and
gate of pearl, wild streets of gold.
Hut t'heso aro only representatives of
tho unknown In terms of tho known.
LOST ilidy'a small open-face, rod Tho only wny God can glvo us any
luck watch, Sunday evening, In oali I clou of tho world to como is uy toning
Wlllnrd A. Ohlioruo faicwcll rccltul
.Alny :i. Don't forget It.
Want Ads Too Late to
or at union station, illowurd for ro
turn to 208 S. State. (Phone U-427,
EOR H.blC Atitomolilli) suppllift, also
repair work neatly done. Phono 39.
lJ.iuefd Gnr.i'ge, Green Camp,. Ohio.
WANT10D A girl tor general house
work. Phono 209, Mrs. Chus. l.eff
Ut, 21C south Greenwood.
MUN WANTED Ago 1 to 35, to
jirepi'o for fireman anil brakomen,
on nearby railroads; $80 to $100
uiouthly; b.xiiirlsncj unnecossnry;
no 8'riko;','r;roniotion, engineer or
loiiductor,'" fllBO to $200 monthly;
good llf careers; state age; send
ttamp. ttllvny Asioclntlon Hox,
Mirror. ' 4-l'6-20p
' "Slat6 of Ohio. City or Toledo. Lucas
.County, ps: . ......
'" Frank. J. Chonoy makes oath that
Iio Isttwnlor imrtnor of tho firm, of F.
J.' Chonoy ft Cd.. doing l)itslnci in tho
Cilv otToleUo. Countv and fiuvto uforo.
enldand tha-ti said firm will pav tho
sum of ONE HUNDRED HOIJARS
for each and evory caso of Catarrh
that cannot bo cured by tho use of
Jlall'a Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sfvorn to beforo mo and (subscribed
in imv prosenco. this 6th day of Do-
cembor. A. D., 188(1 ...
(Seal) A, "(Y. GLEASON,
'Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter
nally, and acts dlrootlv on tho Mood
and mucous surfaces pt thp system.
Bond for tefltlmuninls froo.
F. .1, OIlENblY rt.lfl.. 'IVtlcOo. O.
woju' lY an inwKisis, (no.
Tuko Iii4l's anlmly Pills for: constipation.
Continued from I'nco Ono.
tdlltes and can bo ulccted, politicians
Ono thing tho Pennsylvania result
has settled, coming hard nn tho heels
of tho Illlnoln primary, und that 13
that there will bo no compromise.
Tho nomlnco of tho Chlcngo conven
tion will bo Tuft or IlooHuvoll, and nt
this tlmo and distance It looks llko
A statement Issued lust night Uy tho
Uoosovolt mnnngor says: "Tho uvn-
lai.cho victory for Colonol Roosovolt
In I'onnsylvanla spoko tho final word
end mado tho repudiation of tho Taft
In Mr. MoKlnloJ's stutemont ho
eays: "Tho president Is In this light
to stay. lie will bo tho nomlnco of
tho llopubllean convention nt Chicago.
Ho wuh nominated four yenrs ugo
without the votes of Illinois, Penn
sylvania, Indlunn, Now York, or Wis
THE COJ.ONEL OPE TO NISHJtASKA.
Now York, April 15. Colonol Rooso
volt today motored from Oyster Hay
to tho Outlook orilco. Ho clenred his
desk of corroMpondouco Hint had ac
cumulated' during, his two days' trip
In Now England und iprorured to start
nt 1 p. in. lor a tour of Nebraska and
Undo Sum oxportod $31,000,000
worth Of agricultural Implements lust
iptoplo will oontrol tlio state organiza
tion, tho Pulnier-Guthrlo federation
having won a swooping victory.
Uoosovolt will havo 07 dologatos to
.tho national convontlon comipurod
with Taft's nlno. Tho Roosovolt forces
will control tho stnto convention whloh
will oloot E! dologatos-at-largo by nn
ovorwholmlng 'majority which will on
ablo thorn to dlctato their own plat
tf"OIl SALIC 'A foTv lluekeyo Inotl-
bators at cost. 'O. I. c'levengor,
Phono 8S5, 345 North Stato street.
wi m wpi mm. M M !
MKN AVANTUI) Tho Ohio
. .& Western Mino Co.
Whlto Star liners ofy'mvle mid mitlf
the Hanibiirg-Ainerlcon Ihter Clnt'n
liatlj tho Cuniirdfr '..Mttiiretlnia. th"
I'rlns! Adelbert, 'AnVprlka. Krlodrlch
Wllhelm nnd h-i'f u d"!'n freighters
. .- V
. lulglit- imnurMi j P-fe'u."- arc re
ported taken off: twenty bout Inndi to
tllo Curpattrln and' live tu the Pn'-ls m
A' lino hns Ueen pnssoil to the Titanic
by tho Virginian end thc-y w'l s-i-to
us of tho tilings wo know. Ho take)
tho most benutlfui and glorious things
of this earth with which to iwilht thu
picture of tho world to ooino.
It will bo a plnco 'perfectly suited
to our nativities. Thoro will bo per
fect correspondence, botweten tho or
ganism and Its environment. It will
bo a pl.i-JO of unalloyed follclty. Tliora
will bo no trouble or sorrow or cry
ing or dying. God shall wlpo away
all tears. It will bo, I daro say, a
plueo or untiring activity. For that
mirely can not bo honvon, that wo
(fhull sit on tho bank of sunny streams,
whoro tho myrtles IjIoshoiii and tho
palm true .vuvus, forever resting with
roldod urms. while our cheeks aro
Tanned by tho gontlu scophyrs of
honven. Eternal haVplnosB can not
consist with otornnl Jdlonotts. Thoro
will bu work to bo done truth to be
dlbcovored, problems to bo solved,
mysteries to bo fathomed. Oh, who
can inonsiiro tho iiosntbllllloH of tho
liuninn spirit In Hh novor-ondlng on
ward Hwool) through tho cyclos upon
cwles nt otornlty? iHolovod, It doth
not yet trppoar what wo shall lcr, but
wo know, that whon It doth appoar,
wo shull bo llke-.lllm, for wo sluill soo
Him us Ho Is.
WIUou CItitH 'Em All,
Philadelphia, April 15. JLatest ro
vised advices today from Saturday's
statowldo prlmlirlps show that Gov
ernor Wilson of Now Jersey will re
ceive tho entire vote of tho ntnte dele,
gatlon to tho 'Baltimore national con
dition. In addition tho aml-aurtoy j
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants und Ohildron.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Coiilluiii'il from I'ngo ICIcht.
itntlou of ttio ordinance. Much us wus
pmctlcod uinlpr tho Jwvl&h roglmo '
Tho regular (piartorly mooting ol
Ihe boa id of trusleos of tho Salem
Evangelical church was hold Sunduy,
Willi thu result that tho salary of tho
imslor was raised $160, It was also
decided that tho evening corvlco should
he omitted during tho summer months
nnd that tho morning services should
bo alternately delivered In Gorman
and tholr manning to im today. It m jsngllsh,
lllliuuctfua u u1111 lllu nuL-iuiiiiivn "l
the aici'iiiuenla suc'li as 'baptism and
tlio olworvaiioti at t'ho Lord's suppor.
"It Is a soarMior or hearts und a
dlscoriior of tho Intents of tho soul.
It Is a correct guldo to human llfo.
It warns agalnsU'diiiigor and points to
trfinin nn.l tinfpt. I. nlnalnra filinllf
.. "..... .. ' t ,.i. :.. nnitilmieil from Pniio One
lis couiiac inflow, uusua v. mini, mu i , , . .i. m, ii .nn i..
promises, prophoclos and rovolntlons modntod aboard tho b g llnor. 600 In
voncomlng him and shows how lieau-.H'f cabins. Bho carried n. crow o(
tlfully and murvolously they hnvo boon "0 '"on- Captain I. S. bniitli a vot
fulfilled. It heals tho world's sorrow ,ornn shipmaster of the Whlto Star lino
and drys tho mourner's tours. It commanded lur when sho loft Sout
bungs now hapo to tho dlsoouragod hnmpton on lir-r nmldoii voyage,
nnd now ralth.to those In Bin. I recoin-l. Even thon the huge ship showed
mend this word which Is Riire, to nil that her Iniinc-noe 'zo might mnko
cVsses, to nil conditions, to nil ages hor nn emlmri-isulng factor In trans
nnd to all limes For th-jsi- who lovo At'antlo iinvlgitfn. When sho pullod
Continued from Pao Ono.
veloplng In thr inonr. market. Homo
demands nrc liu-re.ising and bank re
serves nre low Should trade Improve
In accordance with expectations wo
may look for still llrmer ratos us tlio
year progresses. Prlcos nro high, so
that tho purchasing power of funds
does not go ns far us formerly. Moro
ns er, it Is probable that additional
largo capital applications will bo inndu
If tho Investment nun hot continued
witlMfuctory. Similar conditions exist
in Europe. 1 1 envy new Issues nro be
ing mado 111 London, and likewise on
Homo of tho continental mnnoy mar
kets whoro large national municipal
loans nro pending. Moreover, trad"
abroad Is active: moro active than In
the United Statos. and Ill's fact will
tend to keep money nctlvo nbro.ul
Novrtheljs wo iro still In a position
to draw gold from Europe If nncdcl,
our credit Imlunce Ihoro leng hwiv.
Tho local stock ninrkot was tern
porarMy dlnturbed by the dc-vcl''i-mrntH
referred to nbovo. ConsldtMnhle
prollt-tnklng rosultod, nnd the market
lias roally been lettered by tho test
Hum nppllcd. What tts Immeillato fu-
turn will bo largely depends upon
events' from dn.v to day. At tho higher
level now renelnvl relictions nro fiu'te
probable. Too rapid Jt dovelopmont of
optimism Is iiudoslrnhlo, but oonlld
nnco Iibs not been Impulrod ly re
cent develoimiRuts, and as woon ns
conditions permit wo mny expect a
further rise In valuos. Fundnmonlal
conditions In tho financial situation
nre Kound. Tho market still reteliis
I'roug fliiHii"1'! supporU tho neonssltv
i " - ' ' inarkot for tho lllfrrul
i" w Issues bolng n poslllvo
ln miiLvu. Now capital thus obtained
will bo expended In making necessary
Improvements nnd enlargements, giv
ing moro employment to labor nnd In
suring n inrgcy dogrn of Industrial
nctlvlty. There Is continued ronson
for taking hopeful views logardlng the
futiiro, tempered, however, by nru
ihinco nnd regard for unoxpected or
tenitwriirv sMhnoks. Tho iKilltlenl sl
tuatiou has been dlscnun'Od. find thn
market Is now discounting liuslness
rc-vlvul. Henceforth tho crops will le
the most Important lssuo for business
mon, Given a goon Harvest and we
may feel confident of good business
That would mean tho disappearance
! SpringVegetables I
oC all kinds received
Extra fancy California
Oranges, 25c, 30c & 40c
a dozen t
?incy Ijiildwin Api)les
Try Hour's Sijn fnrto ?
A. Schradcr 6 Son
State ii Center
Phono (iro :
T 't I
(J Cliaso & Sanborn's
-0 High Grade Coffee
Wings the climax of tlio sensation of
l.avinc iluied well. The clear cobf
and ilflR'.Uo aroma are unequalled.
This is from tho care taken In selec
tion and blending.
Those High-grade Coffees
for salo at
Chas. Turner & Co.
at 28c, 30c, 32c 38c, 40c lb.
They aro sure to ploaso you.
Cut Rate Meat Market
122 East Center Street
Tho I.ndy or Mlsa who Is particular
tlnds In this stock of high erailo per.
tunica, n lino of odors tiiat aro frfc-
grant and truo to namo, and appeal r0 her sensa of refinement.
grant and truo to namo, and np