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Vanitie May Be Defender of America’s Cup
For the first time since the outbreak of the war. Sir Thomas Lipton will race his Shamrock against the choice of the United States for America’s cup. The Vanltie, shown In the picture. Is being put in shape at City Island, L L, for Its race with the Resolute to determine which of these two yachts shall have the honor of defending the cup In tiie greatest of all yachting classics. Remarkable Picture of Fighting in Berlin A photograph made during the height of the fighting between "regular" troops and Spartacists In Berlin streets. The photogiaph. which Is a recent one, was taken In the "Purlzer Plotz,” where heavy fighting was experienced. The body of a fallen soldier may be seen In tin* right center of the photograph, while troops messed behind an armored motor oar (at left) are tiring upon the opposing faction. President’s Daughter Unveils Statue Miss Margaret Wilson, daughter of the president, unveiling the statue greeted lit the main corridor of the municipal bulging In memory of employees of the district government of Washington. L>. C\. who died In the service of their country during the war. Many prominent government officials were present at ttie ceremonies. - / To Tunnel Mountain Chain In order to eut down the running time between Pittsburgh's outlying dis tricts and the city Itself, an engineering project to blast through a mountain ebatn encircling the city has beguu. When this tunnel has been bored It will cut down the time from one hour to 15 minutes. Photograph shows the first blasting for the tunnel. The rock within the white semicircle Is honeycombed with dynamite. ELBERT COUNTY TRIBUNE. WOMEN ARE EXPERTS Women are becoming expert factory hands and are continuing to hold down Jobs for which only men were former ly thought to be fitted. This charm ing but efficient operator runs a multi fold color label press In a Portland. Ore., factory, and though only twen ty-four years old. handles her big ma chine as expertly as did the man who used to run the machine. MADAME UTGOFF Madame Utgoflf, wife of Lieutenant Commander Victor V. UtgofT of the Russian air service, attached to the Russian embassy at Washington. I). C. Madame Utgoflf Is welcomed a* a charming new addition to diploma*!*" circles of the capitol. LATE MARKET QUOTATIONS Wasterh N'ewupuiwr Union N»w» Service. | DKNVKII MAIIKirrS. Cattle. Beef rlf-T*. ch. to prime t 2.00 © 12.7-. Beer ideeiM. Kood to ch... 10-Jag * Beef fair to good.. Ifeifer*. prime J}’2- fat. good to choice.. 1 "own, fair to good 8.0041 | 'utter* and feeder cows.. "a nner* 3.00© 4.00 Bulla 6 754* Veal calve* 16.00© 18.7» Feeder*, pood to choke... 10.00©11.a0 Feeder* fair to good ... »-92g 1 2*2? ‘■•locker* to choice... 8.60© ■ Stocker*, fair to good 7.50© 8.00 Hoc*. 'Jood hog* $13.25© 14.10 Sheep. Lamb* fat. good to choice. $15.00© Lamb*. fat. fair to good. 18.50©18.75 i'earling* 16.00© 17.10 Kwe*. fat. good to choice.. 12.25©13.8 0 Ureaaril Poultry. The following price* on dressed poul try Mr. net. 1 . O. I:. Denver. Turkey*. No. 1* 45 Turkey*, old tom* ' Hen*, lb 33 pucks, young 25 ©27 ie«*e . 25 ©27 ItooMter* 23 ©25 l.lae Poultry. Turkey*. 10 lb*, or over <0 Hen*, lb 36 ©37 Jo*i»nK* 20 6p 22 Broiler* .... . ...60 ©65 Jock* 16 spring* 35 Ebm l-.gtc* strictly fresh, case count $12.00©12.25 Butter. ’tea merle*. *t g rad ••. 1b... 65 ■ eunicrie*. 2d grade 60 Process butter 60 Backing stock 38 Butter (•'nt. Direct 62 ©63 Station 57 Fruit. Apple*. Colo., box $2.00© 3.00 VeKrlnblr*. Bean*, navy, cwt 8.50© 9.00 Bean*, pinto, cut 6.00© 6.75 Bean*. Imiu. lb 22© .25 Bean*, green, lb .22© .25 Bean*, wax. lb 22© .25 new. . wi 3.00© 4.00 Buriots, new. cwt 6.00 uuiiliower. lb 18© .20 Celery. Colo 1.25© 2.25 CIO umbel*, h. n., dux.... 3.2a © 4.a0 Beul lettuce, h. h.. doz.. . 90© 1.10 l.eliuce. head. doz 75© 1.00 Onions, Colo., cwt 12.50 Breen pea* 18© .20 i'olatoe*. Colo 8.00 © 9.00 JUiuislie*. round, h. h 35© .40 BuUihbe*. long. h. h 60© .65 Turnip*, new. cwt 5.50© 6.00 HAY AMI t.ItAIV Grnln. (Buying price, bulk, carloads. F. O. 13. Denver.) Corn. No. 3 yellow $ 3.15 Corn. No. 3 mixed ... 3.10 Out*, per cwt 3.30 Bailey, per cwt 2.90 Hay. Timothy. No. 1. ton $28.00 Timothy. No 2. ton 26.00 South Bark. So. l. ton 28.00 South Bark. No. 2. ton 26.00 A.lair'ii. ton 25.00 Second Bottom No. 1. ton 24.00 Second Bottom No. 2, tun 22.00 Straw 10. uo HIHFIS AM) PKI.TS. DENV' 12R PRICE LIST. Dry Flint Hide*. Butcher. 16 lb*, and up »35c Butcher, under 16 lbs 35c Fallen, nil weights 33c Bulls and stag* 18c Cull* 16c Dry salt hide*. 6c per lb. le*a. Dry I**l lift Pelt*. Wool pelts ... 350 Short wool pelts 30c Butcher shearings 20c No. 2 murrain shearing* 10c Bucks, saddle*, pieces of pelts.. 16c Green Suited Hide*. Etc. Cured hides. 25 lbs. up. No. 1.. 18c Cured hide*. 25 lb*, up. No. 2.. 17c Bulls. No. I 13c Bulls. N.. 2 11c Clue*, hide* and skin* lie Kip. No. I 30c Nip. No. 2 28c Bull. No. 137 c Calf No. 2 35c Branded kip and calf. No. 1... 18c Branded kip and calf. No. 2. .. 17c Bart cured hides. 2c per lb. less than cil red. . Green hides. 4c per lb. less than cured. Green Suited llnrsclildr*. No. 1 slft.oo©ll.oo No. 2 9.00© 10 00 Headless. 50c less. Ponies and glue... 2.50©5.00 31 FT AI. >IAIIK RTS, Colorado settlement prires Bar silver. sl.lß. Copper, pound. 19©20c. Bead. $9.25. Spelter. $8.42. Tungsten, per unit. $G.50©15 00. EASTERN MVE STOCK. At Chicago. Chicago.—Cattle—Beef steers. 113.35 bid. bulk. Jll.oo© 12.50: aiie-stock, bulk. sß.oo© 10.50: good earners most ly $5.00: bulls strong: veal calves most ly $13.00© 13.50: feeder* quiet. Hogs—Bulk. $13.75© 15.40; early top. $15.70: few late above, $15.25. Sheep—Beat wooled lambs. $20.50: bulk. $20.00 €t 20.50: best shorn lambs. $lB 25: bulk. slß.oo© 18.25: cull* and common. sll.oo© 17.00: prime wooled. one to three year old wethers. $17.15. CoNh Grain in Chicago. Chicago.—Wheat—No. 2 northern spring. $3.05. Corn —No. 3 mixed. $1.71© 1.71%; No 8 yallow, $1.75© I 78 Oat*—No. 2 white. $1.08: No. 3 white, $1.06*4. Rye—No. 2. $2.16 % ©2.17. Barley—sl.ss© 1.78. Timothy Seed —$5.00© 11.50. (Mover Seed—s3s.oo©4s.oo. Pork—Nominal. I gird—sl9.6o Ribs—sl7.so© 18.26. Chicago Produce. Chicago. Butter Creamery. 47 ©6G*4c. Egg*—Firsts. 4 1 *4 ©42^4c; ordinary first*. 38©39c: at mark, cases included. 3 9© 41c. Poultry—Alive—Springs. 36c; fowls. 34 He. Potatoes—Northern whites, sacked and bulk. $7.25©7.30; New Florida Spaulding Rose, barrels. No. 1. $26.00 No. 2, $22.0U. Receipts. 66 cars. FEAR REVOLT AT JUAREZ GARRISON REBELS DYNAMITE TROOP TRAIN BETWEEN VILLA AHUMADA AND MOCTEZUMA. MARCH ON MAZATLAN CARRANZA OFFICIALS SEND FAM ILIES TO AMERICAN SIDE OF BORDER. Western Newspaper t.'nlon New* Service. El Paso, Texas, April 28. —Keitels dynamited a federal troop train on the Mexican Central between Villa Ahu niada anti Moctezumu, according to in formation received here. The train left Chihuahua City and was en route to Juarez. Fearing a revolt of the Juarez garrison, several Carranza of ficials have sent their families to the American side. Agua Prleta, Sonora. —Rebel troops are preparing to mureli on Mexico City from the state of Guerrero, (Jen. P. Elias Cal I es, commander-in-chief of the "liberal constitutionalists" army, an nounced here. The revolution in Guer rero. he said, was more serious for the Mexican federal government than the movement in Sinaloa, where the troops under Gen. Angel Flores con tinue to progress toward Muzntlun. Tiie revolutionists from Siimlou and Sonora plan to join with the rebels in Guerrero for the attack on Mexico City. Capture of Mazatlan by the rebels, they expect, will easily lead to the subjugation of the balance of Sinaloa and rapid progress through Nuyarlt, which is said to lie sympathetic with the Souorn cause. In Jalisco, the next state south, rev olutionary forces tire said to he .nuk ing headway, as is also the case in Coliiua, where the capital city of Co lima and the port of Manzanillo are objectives of victorious rebel troops. Michoncnn also was reported in revolt against Carranza, and adjoins Guer rero. Gen. Alvaro Obregon was said to lie directing the revolutionary movements In Guerrero after having fled recently from the Mexican capital. Reports from Kl Paso that a force of Carranza troops in Chihuahua City laid revolted gave strength to the reb el’s assertions that Cnminzistus offi cials massing troops in eastern Chi huahua for an attack on Sonora were having difficulty in organizing their men for bottle. Military headquarters here forecast that within two weeks communication by rail from tiie border of the United States to Mexico City would be com pletely cut off. More soldiers have arrived here from eastern Sonora and southern parts of the state. More were en route, it was said, and it was said at military headquarters that should Carranza postpone an attack on Sonora, rebel troops from this state would attack Chihuahua. Widow Needs $30,000 a Year. New York.—The high cost of chil dren caused Mrs. C. P. Siems to uppeul to the Surrogate’s Court to allow her $5,000 a year from tiie estifte of her lute Ipisbund for each of her three young children, in addition to the $25,- 000 which she receives as her own share. A referee was appointed to puss on the application. Notwithstanding rigid economy each child last year cost $3,000, the petition said. Jews to Rebuild Homeland. New York.—A cull for an extraor dinary convention here May 9 and 10, to mobilize resources for work of pre paring the Jewish homeland in Pales tine, has been issued by the Zionist or ganization of America, following ac tion of tiie allied premiers at San Ile um in granting recognition to the Jew ish people. Rush Follows Oil Strike. Fallon, Nev. —Oil has been struck in a well fourteen miles east of Fallon at a depth of 659 feet. The flow is small, so fur not exceeding twenty barrels. Excited by tiie news hundreds hurried to the new field and thousands are coming or have arrived from Iteno and other towns by railroad and automo bile. Indians Eat Burro Meat. Agua Prleta, Sonora. —Mayo Indians being sent here to reinforce other Son ora revolutionists do not eat meat from cattle, it was said. Gen. P. Elias Calles, cominunder-in-ehlef of the Son ora troops, said he had ordered 1,000 burros for meat for the Indians, to which they have no objection. "Wear ’em Till They Fall Off.” Washington.—" The modern emulat ors of the lowly snake,” organized by students and faculty members of George Washington University here, announced that it frowned upon the overalls movement because it tended to boost the price of the workingman’s clothes. Members of the organization, which includes deans of the univer sity’s various departments, take oath to "wear my clothes until they fall Why That Backache? Why be miserable with a bad back? You can’t be happy if every bad day brings lameness: sharp, shooting pains and a dull, nagging ache. Likely the cause is weak kidneys. You may have headaches and dizzy spells, too, with a weak, tired feeling. Don’t delay. Try Doan'B Kidney Pills. They have done wonders in thousands of such cases. Ask your neighbor! A New Mexico Case Mrs. Samuel H. Rob- /S© -n.a erson, Portaleo. N. M., a says: "I suffered with my kidneys and back ached. 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