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NEWS IN BRIEF.
Overflow From the Wires In a Con
The Halaey Generator company filed
at Trenton, N. J., an amended charter
Increasing its capital stock from $W0,-
000 to $10,000,000.
George Gardner -was given the decis
ion over.Marvin Hart at Louisville at
the end -of- the twelfth round. Hart
gave up, claiming his arm was broken.
Private dispatches received at Guay
aquil, Ecuador, from Lima and Pisco,
Peru, confirm the reports that the dis
ease which broke ouLracently at Pisco
was not bubonic plague.
Col. William E. Marye, retired, of
the ordnance department, died in
Washington. He entered the military
academy from California in 1858 and
retired June 14, 1902, because of disa
bility received in lin-e of duty.
The Fraytie:i refugees at Kingston.
Jam., have petitioned President Nord
of Haiti for permission to return to
Port-au-Prince. They promised loyal
ty, but theif request was brusquely re
fused. The majority of tne exiles are
Latest Quotations From Grain and
Live Stock Centers.
St. Paul, May 15. Wheat No. 1
Northern, 77(^77 l-2c No. 2 Northern,
76@761-2c No. 3, 73 1-2 74c. Corn
No. 3, 43@45c No. 4, 41 43c nc
grade, 37@39c. RyeNo. 2, 47@48c
BarleyMalting grades, 45@55c feed
Minneapolis, May 15 WheatNo.
1 hard, 79 5-8c No. 1 Northern,
78 5-8c No. 2 Northern, 77 5-8c.
Duluth, May 15. Wheat No. 1
bard, 80c No. 1 Northern. 7Sc No. 2
Northern, 7fc flax, $1,14 3-4 oats,
34c rye, 50c: barley, 35@51c.
Milwaukee, .May 15. Wheat No.
1 Northern. 81@81 l-2c: No. 2 North:
ern, 79 80 l-2c. RyeNo. 1. 52 1-2c.
BarleyNo. 2. 58 L2@ 59c. Oats, 34 1-2
i- July, 45 i-Sc
Silky 15. Wheat No.
"fl 79c No. 3 red. 71@77c
vinter. 73u76c No. 3 hard
No. 1 Northern
No. 2 Northern
No. 3 spring, 71 (fl
44 1-2(5 45c No. 3,
2 red, 78
No. 2 hard
winter, 70 (g 75c
spring, 79^80 l-2c
79c. CornNo. 2,
44@441-2c. OatsNo. 2, 32c: No. 3,
Sioux City. Iowa, May 15. Cattle
Beeves, $4 (a 5 cows, bulls and
mixed, $email@example.com stackers and feeders,
$firstname.lastname@example.org calves and yearlings. $3@
4.40. Hogs, $6.35fi6.55 bulk, $6.35@
Chicago, May 15. Cattle Good
prime 3teers. $email@example.com stockers and
feeders, $firstname.lastname@example.org cows. $1.50f 4.90
heifers. $2.50(^5.25 calves. $2.506
Texas-fed steers, $4 4.75. Hogs
Mixed and butchers, $email@example.com rough
heavy, $G.60(&6.70.: light, $6.35(7/. 6.80
bulk of sales. $6.60S6.75 Sheep
Gnnd to oTn'ninn wethers. S4.7S3)KSO
Near Schools and Churches
These lots are in Bemidji, and many of them border on Bemidji and Beltrami avenues. Prices
from 100 up. Terms easy enough for anybody to have a home.
Street & Gibbons, Agents, Bemidji, Minn.
First Class Sample Room.
kjOii fair to choice mixed, $3.75 4.60
Western sheep. $4.60 5.35 nattva
lambs, $4.50(7? 6.75.
South St. Paul, May 15. Cattle
Good to choice steers, $4.50(7? 5 good
to choice cows and heifers,, $3.25/7x)4
good to choice feeding steers, $3.75@
4.25: steer calves, $2 3 good to
choice stock cows and heifers, $2.40@
2.75. Hogs Price range, $6.40 (a)
0.92 1-2 bulk. $6.60 6.65. Shee"
Good to choice shorn lambs, $5.7L,|6
fair to good, $firstname.lastname@example.org heavy, $4.50@5
culls and stock ewes, $2.50@3.
HE ROCKED THE BOAT.
A Woodsman Gets "Funny," and Now
He's in the RiveV.
Marquette, Mich., May 15. The
Taquamenaw river, near Newberry, is
being dragged for the body of Fred
Marcotte. who lost his life through his
own foolishness. With two other
woodsmen he was on his way in a
boat down stream, and persisted in
Vocking the craft. The boat overturned
and Marcotte, who was unable ?o
.swim, was drowned, his companions,
after a hard struggle, succeeding in
reaching the shore.
Four Cars Plunge Into Twenty-Foot
Iron Mountain, Mich., May 15. An
extra freight on tho'Chicaso. Milw^.i-
Geo. McTaggart, Prop.
Choice Wines, Liquors
nee & at. fail I, south-bound, was
wrecked two and one-half miles from
this city by a broken flange on the
car wheel. Four cars dashed down an
embankment twenty feet and were
badly wrecked. The rails, were torn
up for a distance of 100 feet. The
was saved by jumping.
To Boycott the Boycotters.
Kansas City, May 15. The four
thousand employers of labor in Kansas
City have banded together to fight the
members of labor unions who use the
boycott to gain their ends, and nave
organized "the Employers' associa-
tion." The association yesterday de
cided to refuse to deliver goods to
those places where non-union men or
non-union made goods are discriminat
Arbitration in New York.
New York, May 15.Pending the ar
bitration of their grievances most of"
the 6,000 strikers returned to work on
the subway yesterday.
Lincoln. Neb., May 15.This is the
fourth day of general rain that has
extended over the state. The creeks
and rivers in the southern and couth
western portions of the state are ris
ing rapidly, and at Superior, where
nearly nine inches of water had fallsn.
the piers under two large bridges are