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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1009.
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE iery Test by Which Conditions Ar CORRECT DRESS FOR MBA AND JBOVS Determined Ehowi Gain. ) k laifllk CWtotoi MCIS AST) WAQES ARE HIGKEK fJaalaeea litrrnti Tlr af WaJtlna far rmplllo ( Tariff Bill aaa Maa An end rleejardleaa of Can areas. Said w EW TORK, June 4.-R. O. Dun and t mpany a Weekly Revled of Trade lomor r v will say: every tMt by which trade condition! are ' r mined record Improvement. In the i i and atH trade the progreaa made la, i 1, extraordinary and attain does this l"nch of Industry give a signal proof of ii power to rise out of the depths of de pletion with wonderful rapidity. Increased orders expanding production, higher price ard wages, and In n llnea records ap-p-"aching even the high figure before the I i -le such are the reports that now coma f - n the trade every week. Thus the re- r progress making toward full business r overy In the United males ta moat i - 'toeable. and It la .facilitated by ftnan r condition. The effeota of the tele la are still to be seen In the large vol- of commercial defaulta, although this m a nasslna condition, a the aa-cre- ..ta of those In May waa tha smallest f any month of thla year. Tha tariff ue rate la mill on In congreae. with the final vote apnarentlv ellll a month distant, hut t business world. Impatient of further r 'ralnt. aeta forth a disposition to move r ad regardleaa of Ita action and the crop i. ertalnty. " he primary dry good market la firmer. a1' hough few actual advancea In pricea ere to be noted. Export demand haa pi ae- nny ceased ana mere la nine inquiry, evrept from the Bed 8ea, where buyers 'Old purohaae If pricea were aomewhat i lerally remain ateady, but wide con- iTtlbles are higher. Jobber are operat ic f cautlouMly on bleached goods. 1'id unh good are moving alowly, although i veliies are In good demand. In une "ien division attention la at present con c ntrated on the opening of good for the coming season. A few of the cheaper llnea have male treir appearance and much advance bum Tie, hu. KMn AMtm Ir. nulat n ' ln i etaple line, auch a serges, fair propor t'lon of the aeason'a bulnea has been 'booked. In the hide market the advance ha erased for the present and trade la now fMitei. aa compared with the activity ear v May. Tannera appear to he disposed to pvanee price on nearly all varieties of J-sther. those of calf skin and heavy tin- nr leather being additional td the In crease named last month. Pole leather I strong at advance, with large orders ,?.ooked for later delivery. CPORT OP THE CLEARING HOl'Stt r?aasa?tlana of a Associated (ulu for tha Weak. NEW YORK, June I Bradstreet'g bank aarlngs Report tor the week ending June shows an aggregate of U,li,m,WQ, as lalnst gZ,i0,7i?,ouO last weeq and 12,41)0,194. a In the corresponding week last year. . oe. rouowing is a list 01 me oiues: CITIES. Clearing. I lne. Dec. i I New York $ l,W7,l4'i.00O S.S. Chicago 247, 93.000. 18.8,. Boston I l,e3X.0Wi 1.3 rniiaaeipnia uo.wa,auU Bt. Louis 6.900,000 U.4 Pittsburg Kansas City . Kan Francisco Vtl I ft tMr.lA 4O,HX3.0o 3!, 104,0001 21.7 MMt,0O! 7.1 S4.841,000i M 31,679.0001 U.4l 7.7 1 Cincinnati .... . i Minneapolis ,. 14.731. 06; i 10. J umana New Orleans . 13,67,OOQ0.X ll.23i.00ui .. 1S.415.0OUI .4. U7,000 Cleveland Detroit i Milwaukee ' Louisville. . ,A.000! 12.1 II.2OH.0O0l lfi.ll ll.20t.OW U.li li.043,000 I u,"4i) ir?.7 7.818,000, I 7.0 t,840,009 tl.2 7.6a,00U 14.6 7.659,0001 4.4W.0001 l.Ol 6.W6,0wO 16.6) .874.000I 1.7 6.949.000! 30.11 Louisville ' Fort Worth Los Angeles pit. Paul Seattle Donvar Hunalo ; I rid la pa polls , SlHjkane Providence Portland, Ore Richmond , Albany Washington St. Joseph hall Lake City. ... Columbua Memphis Atlanta Tacoma Savannah Toledo, Ohio Rochester Hartford Nashville Ies Moines Peoria New Haven Sioux City Norfolk .fc89,000 16.0 4.8!.00i 0.7 7.434.0uI 14.6 6.6M.0O0! a. l 6.6;2.000 28.9 4.S1,0H S.3,000 14.1 23.0 6.MI.000 44.21. &.X77.O0O M.0.... 2.84S.O0OI 1 t,106,0TO 11. 2 6,tln2.0O0 1. II 3,8O,O0O 23.6 1,760,000! J.8M.00O S.4 6.7 42.3 t.KU.OOOl 21.01 2.6O&.00OI lt.4 I.Mt4,000 41.41 2,64,000 25 1 2,17,00 .11 lOnt.OOOl 26.1 Grand Rapids .... Syracuse Kvansvtllo Birmingham ...... Springfield, Mas. Portland, Ma Augusta, Ga Dayton Oakland, Cal Worcester Jacksonville, Fla. Wlohlta Wheeling. W. Va. Knoxvllle Little Rock Chattanooga A Charleston. 8. C. . ""J Mobile Wilmington, Del... Lincoln. Neb. Wllkesbarre Tnpeka Iaenport Oklahoma Fall River w Kalamaxoo, Mich. 1.610.0001 l.39.0O0 4.31 i,OM,ono 1.407,000 7.0 1.484.000 1.7ti3,000 1.767,000 1.8t.000 1.20.00 62 8 4 4 33.7 1.1 it 2.108.0001 04.6 1.834,000 24.7 09&.000 6.7 "u.!t 6.3 1 514.0001 S3. 5, 873,000! I.IM.OOO 1.318.000 1.S12.000 1.2I9.0OO OHl.OOi) 1.16S.000 1. 637.000 at 3.7 14.1 3(1.71 W.4 t 064.0001 10 1,171.0001 19.1 . N "OOOXtYBAB aVATBTOOATS &BI03T IVTMU" Special Tomorrow $12.50 Mohair Raincoats 07 Kfl and i $15.00 Tor Women Just received a shipment of Mohair Rubberized Coats, in a goodly assortment 6f navy, gray and brown. Double breasted models, full circular back, high, D7 Kfl adjustable collars; regular $12.50 to $15.00 O .0 U values special, tomorrow " Ideal oY,rgannent for ummer wear are theae mohair, RubberUed Coata. Beautiful garment! and aervleeabla aa they are beautiful. Mo hair outwear any lightweight cloth you can name. Usually such coats are rather expensive but not here. Your choice of any ff n cn one of theae 1I 60 to $15 garments, at H av SPECIALS IN MEN'S SUMMER RAINCOATS Summer Raincoats? Yes. we have them. Here's a lot freeh from our factory that a Juat the thing. Featherweights, yet rainproof and of worsted fabrlca and In a variety of shades and patterns that will surely catch your fancy. And don't forget that a raincoat la as useful during a summer shower aa It la serviceable at any other time. Tomorrow's specials are: 910 Raiacoata, Our Special rrice 915 RaUcoaU, Our Special Price $20 Raincoat, Oar BpecUl Price 2S Raincoats. Our Special PrU ajiTT, OID1BS If Inconvenient to call, order by mail. Your order will roive prompt and careful attention. "leaae atata chast measurement and length dealred; also shade of garment wanted. y GOODYEAR Cor. 1th and ni jL&iaTCOAT A Sensational Sale! A Store Crowding Sale! The Greatest Bona Fide Clothing Sale of the Season! "The House of Kuppenheimer Clothes" absolutely without an equal quality, patterns, material, tailoring and fit, faultless, and they cover the whole range of men's builds short stout long slim and regular no matter the shape, we guarantee a perfect fit The assortment to choose from is almost bewildering. Hundreds of patterns and models for a satisfactory selection worsteds, cassimeres, cheviots, fancy mixtures, stripes and a magnificent lot of fine blue serges and black unfinished worsteds and Vicuna suits. Actually you never saw a finer line of gar ments at any price than we show in this special shipment from "the House of Kuppen heimer" Suits made to sell for $25.00, All Offered at This Marvelous IPlTlCC a e a a The Home of Kuppenheimer Clothes, John D. Stetson Hats, Manhattan Shirts, Carhart Work Clothes.Everwear Guar anteed Hosiery for Men Sacramento 8prlntleld, til. ... Helena Fort Wana Cedar Raplda, la. New Bedford Columbia, 8. C. .. Macon Young-Blown T,xlnaton S23,000 33.6! 1,037,0001 24.0 7a8,WW. 329.0001. 21.8 13.3 l,4Ht.0O0 W.l 706.WW B.I 493.0001 1.3 613,000 M 0 1,000,0001 444.000 620000 44. 0. 9.3 . 13.6 . Parg-o, N. D Akron Kockford, 111 MH.000 6M.000! 577.000 614.000 18.8 49.3! Erie, Pa Ploux Falls. 8. D. Canton, Ohio Qulnoy. Ill 6.71 628,0001 77.4 674.000 81. II Bloomlrrgton, in. . Ixtwall Hlnahamton 4.0001 19 433,000! 3.1 ft40,000. 19.4 ii'.i "i'.i silt Cheater. Pa 437.000! I.ft flout h Bend, Ind. . Hecatur. Ill FprlnRfteld, Ohio . Vlckaburs Fremont. Neb. ... 471,000 462.000 443.000 19 000 411.000 297.000 10.6! 44.4! 24.1 ! 34.71 Manafleld. Ohio .. Jacksonville. III. . Ilackaon, Mlaa. ... 278, 000! 42.61 189,000' I 21.5R,0O0i 30.0' 9.CT.000I 3.31 2.027,000 1 t.41.0M! tHouaton tOalveaton tiuluth Poranton. pa Nni Included In totala becauae contain ing other Itema than clearings. I Not inciuaea in ioibih w. .uw parlsona arc Incomplete. FORT DODGE AUTO CLUB READY Oi-canlaattoa of 8ly-rir Cmr Own. era Will SSentertatla Approaek lasr Ollddaatata. FORT DODOE, la.,- June .-Ppeclal.) Tha automobile club of Fort Dodge haa become a reality with alxty-flve member. one of them a resident of Carroll, la. Tha remainder are all Fovt Dodgw owners of motor vehicle. S. N. Magowan has been elected president, T. A. Alexander vice president, J. M. Plaiater aecretary and R. M. Stevena treaaurer. With the officers, Mlsa Elsie Lauferswaller waa elected to act on tha board of governors. , $6.00 ..$9.00 $12.00 C 1 C fl Q piJ.UU RAINCOAT GO. Davenport Btraate. arBCiAATT tob." itliMlW liJilllC $22.50, and Women. The club la affiliated wjth the state and national organizations and Intends to pursue active work in securing good roads and in giving attention to legislation that affects automoblllsts. The approaching visit of the Glldden tour Is reoponatble for the culmination of several years' talk about forming a club- here. State Attacks Jacobs' Defense Testimony in Sturgii Harder Cue Indicate! Girl Could Not Have Snot Herself. 6TUROIB, 8. V.. June 4 (Special Tele gram.) The taking of testimony In the case of Oscar Jacobs, charged with the murder of Elba Roberta, was begun here this morning with evidence on the part of the atate that powder burns on the girl's hand and other conditions showed she did not fire the fatal shot herself. Members of the coroner's Jury, the coroner and hla assistant were called to the stand. William Oalvln, a prominent cltlsen, tes tified that on the night of the tragedy ha stood across the street and heard i acream sounding like a woman's voice, fol lowed by the report of a gun. He went across the street and looked over a screen and aaw tba girl lying on the floor In the position in which she was afterward found The aurprtse of the caae waa sprung when Mr. Hamilton, an expert from Au burn, X. T., testified on the use of gun powder and guns. With an experience of twenty-four years as a witness In many prominent criminal cases, he testified as to his examination of the gun and cartridges, and that he had made fourteen experi ments, showing tha distance tha trun was held from the body, having uaad aa a tar get cloth similar to that worn by Elba Robertson tha night of her death. The state offered fourteen exhibits, showing the results of the experiments made by Hamilton. Pays Price, but Gets No Bride Fort Dodge Would-Be Groom Sends Eastern Correspondent $35, but She Neglects to Come. FORT DODGB3, la., June 4. (Special.) John T. Carlton of Tort Dodge, who ad vertiaed for a wife, Is now pursuing legal methods for the recovery of IS which ha sent to "Miss Basaie P. Hinckley" of Cheshire, Masa., to pay her expenses here after an ardent courtship by mall. Miss Hinckley, so-called, waa reported to him aa killed In a railroad accident after ha had aent tha money to her and the man who had been fleeced Immediately set the authorltiea on her trail. It develops that Mlaa Hinckley Is tha name of soma other Cheshire young woman whom townspeople there think la not Mr. Carlton's correspondent. She la away visiting and tha police await her return, aa doaa tha now lrata would-be bridegroom. EGA! SEEKS REINSTATEMENT Dlikarrtl Urr Cltee Maar Ren ana far a Reaaarlaar. PIERRE. 8. D., June 4.-(Bpeclal.) When tha supreme court meets again on tha twenty-second of thla month they will have presented to them a peculiar petition from Gaorge W. Egan, who ia asking to be re Instated aa member of tha bar of tha state. Tha petition recites tha sarvtce of tha father of Egan in tha war of tha rebel lion; tha faet that alnca tha disbarment of the petitioner by the supreme court, both hla father and mother have died, their ' 1 $20.00 and $18.00 .'w-ifeMilf death having been hurried by the trouble of their eon; that the wife of the peti tioner is In falling health from the same cause; that the people of Minnehaha county have given him the endorsement of their votes, regardless of the aotlon of the court, and that ha haa been punished enough, even had he made a slip Id the path of legal rectitude, which he denies he did In the caae On which hla disbarment proceed ings were brought about. On all these grounds he asks the court to again take his case under consideration, and to allow htm to appear before the court to plead hla case. May Close Saloons in Marshalltown Petitions to Close All Liquor Houses Axe Being: Circulated by Drys. MARSHALLTOWN. la., June 4. (Special.) Antl-saloon agitation, which be gan six months ago In thla, and which reached its climax ten days ago when Evangelist W. A. Sunday preached his famous "Booie" sermon Is to be given a practical test next week, when petitions of remonstrance, by which It Is hoped to close the nineteen saloons of this city, are to be circulated. To close the saloons this notitlon reauires the signature of l.lfit, a majority of those who voted at the general election In WB. The anti saloon people are confident, and the sa loon ownera are admitting that the sa loons wilt probably be closed. Thirty com mittees to circulate the petitions have been appointed, and It la expected that the necessary number of names will be secured in two days. Laws Ga to Referendum. PIERRE, 8. D., June 4 (Speclal.)-With the filing of rthe referendum petition to place the militia law before the people of the state, the list Is probably closed, alth a possibility In regard to the game law petition, which does not appear to have been thriving. If that falls to get tn, the people will have presented to them on the special ballot next year six constitutional amendments and six laws. Today and Yesterday! Changes In What We Wear and J What We Eat. a I The steamship replaced tha sailing ves sel, the electric light succeeded the oil lamps, and wa have no need, nor desire to "trada back." Our health la Just as good and we can crowd that much more work and piay Into tha day of twenty-four hours. Foods hava changed, too. Corn bread and wheat flour share honors with dainty yet aubstanttal "prepared foods." People now realise the necessity of stomach care. They eat more fruit and green atuffa and cereala and the health Is better for It, Tha old fashioned breakfast of 'beef steak, potatoea and bread" or "bacon and eggs and muffins" are replaced by E-C Corn Flakea or Egg-O-Bee Wheat Flakes and fruit, and our health la better for It. All tha nourishment of the grain Is re tained In tha crisp flakes, and lt'a no task for the stomach. Children grow fat on It Invalids gain strength on It and man can do a better day's work on It than to load hla sumach with meats and heavy foods. Remember always It's the "Eg-0-8ee" brands that are "made right." Watcb for tha E-C Mark eo Ik packaga Stricken by Bolt at Supper Table Hans Hill, at Oilman, Near Death as Eesult of Shock of Lightning. GILMAN. la.. June 4.-(Ppelal.)-Struck down by a bolt of lightning while he sat at the supper table with his family, .Hans Hill, a farmer living near here. Is at the point of death aa a result of burns and shock which the lightning inflicted. The bolt struck the chimney, ran down It to the dining room, then leaped to Hill's body. It tore his clothes and threw his shoes across the room and ran down both legs and through the floor. He was fear fully burped. None of the bIx other mem bers of the family were more than slightly shocked. HOSPITAL FOR DANISH CHURCH Conference mt Grundy Center May Es tabllan Institution Near Cvdar Pa I la. GRUNDY CENTER, la.. June 4. (Spe cial.) Delegates from all parts of the country are In attendance here at the an nual conference of the Danish Evangelical Lutheran chrurch of America. One of the special matters of business to be taken up before the conference adjourns is the estab- llshment of a hospital for the treatment of chronic diseases, with a department for scientific research. The plan for the es tablishment of the hospital is of primary Interest to the Danish American people of tha middle west. As the plan ia developed It ia expected that the hospital will be lo cated not far from the city of Cedar Falls. Eethervlll Educational Notes. ESTHERVILLE, Ia., June 4 (Special.) At a recent meeting of the school board it was decided not to bond the city of Es- thervllle for $10,000 to erect a new brick school building. J. L. Mlshler has been retained for an other year and the following new teachers hired to fill vacancies caused by others resigning: Gertrude Greene and Alta Cratty of Armstrong; Vashtl Wilcox, Mable Miller and Maggie Manlece of Esthervllle. Under the management of Prof. E. E. Strawn and Superintendent J. L. Mlshler and other teachers, the Northern Iowa Summer school will convene In Esthervllle from June 14 to July 37. May Cancel Saloon Licenses. ABERDEEN, 8. D., June 4 (Special. ) State's Attorney Lester T. Van Blyke has spread consternation among the ranks of the saloon men of Brown county by Issu ing a notice stating that hereafter when a saloon keeper Is arrested for a viola tion of the law the state'a attorney's of fice will Insist, aa part of tha punishment, that the circuit court revoke the offend er's license. Heretofore light fines hava been Imposed for alight violations of the law, but the state's attorney holds that such practice has not resulted tn causing the saloon men to adhere mora closely to the provisions of the statutes, and there fore be will pursue harsher measures here after. Mannfactarers at Davenport. DAVENPORT, la. Jun 4-lSpeclal The seventh annual convention of tha Iowa State Manufacturers' auaoclatlon will be held tn thla city on June and 10. Among tha speakers who will deliver ad dressee before tha convention are E. E. Clark of the Interstate Commerce com mission, 8. A. Thomas of tha National Rivers and Harbors Congress and Col. John A. Ockerson. Brown Onrm ta Waterloo. WATERLOO. Ia., June 4 -(Special ) Rnllo Brown of Central City, la., one of tha best known playing managers and f if ImmfV f 1 ft , f ) Our Shirt Man ay too many Bhlrts that means there's something doing in our shirt dept. Shirts that sold from $1.00 to $2.60 are all placed in one great lot and re gardless of quality or coot, marked at one price - 7SC All sizes are represented, 14 to 18, ruffs attached and detached. Our window display is more eleoquet than words and the same shirts can be found in the store and sale. first basemen of the Iowa State league, and the Central association, also the "Three I" league, has been signed to play first base for the local club of the Central apsociation. Brown until recently has been managing the Cedar Rapids team of the "Three 1" league. He formerly man aged the Marshalltown club and played with other teams of the old Iowa State league. Inwa cits Notes. WATERLOO More than 100 flour millers of Iowa are In the city today attending the annual convention of the Millers' club of the state. CEDAR FALLS H. H. Plersoll died at his home In this city this morning. For years he was a dry goods merchant In thin city and is well known throughout the atate. CEDAR FALLS A class for forty-two was graduated this evening from the Cedar Falls High school. One-half of the num ber are boys. Superintendent D. M. Kelly delivered the graduating address. NEWTON Roy ThomaH. a well-known young man of this city and a member of a highly respected family, who was arrested by Constable A Knew last night for wife desertion, waived preliminary examination this morning, and was held to the grand Jury. He was able to furnish a .TI0 bond and was released. FORT DODGE Nlnet.'en graduates, the smallest class in years to be gradual. m1 from the Fort Dodee High school, receive.! their diplomas tonight, the exercises being hem Tor the rirst time In the armory, in lieu of the theater building destroyed by fire. The class Is an unusually talented one and contains two of the high school league champion debatera. LAKE CITY In accordance with a cus tom whloh haa been observed In manv other Iowa towns which have opened libraries within the last few years, the local library committee has arranged for an opening and dedicatory program for the new Carne gie library at Rockwell city, and Thursday waa chosen as the data . Mrs. F. H. Allan 20 DISCOUNT We must sell out our entire stock of Men's Clothing and Furnishing Goods, in the next thirty days Everything goes at 20 discount. Nothing reserved. Think what a saving this means to you. $25 Suits, go at $20; $22.50 Suits, at $18; $20 Suits, at $16; $2 Shirts and Union Suits, at $1.60; $1.50 Shirts and Union Suits, at $1.20; $1 Shirts and Underwear, at 80c, and so on through the entire stock. This is a bona fide sale. Come in and see for yourself. BOURKE'S CLOTHES SHOP 319 So. 16th St. Each has been busy this week getting tha books moved to their new home and experts to be ready for callers by the date named for the opening. Judge Z. A. Church Of Jeffer son will give the dedicatory address. ROONE Newell, the -year-old son t Rev. Mr. and Mis. J. H. Hedstrom. lost his balance and fell from a second story window Wednesday and by Thursday was playing around as usual. The child wa upstairs with his mother when he leaned out of the window to throw something out. He lost his balance and tumbled out of tho window, striking aguinst the porch rail as he fell. A doctor wis Immediately sent for and fnund the child suiier'ng from one broken rib and some i"-cio bruises on the bark, hut he had no utlc'r Irjurles. SHELDON The commencement exercise of Sheldon Iliph school began Wednesday evening, when the graduating class pre sented "The Maneuvers of Jane" as the clam pluy at the npara house. The com mencement exercises proper were held last nlKht at the Methodist church. Rev. Charles S. Medhury, pastor of the Cnlver sltv Place Christian church of Des Molnee, delivered the address. The eighteen mem bers of the graduating class received their diplomas from the hand of the president or the Board of Education, W. D. Boles, and the exercises were looed by a short talk by Superintendent O. M. Elliott, who has been promoted to a higher position In a laiger city. Twin Falls, Idaho. Meat Peddlers Short In Welh. CENTRAL CITY, June 4. (Special.) For giving 'short weights,' two meat ped dlers were brought before Judge Peterson and fined $25 apiece and costs. They used two acts of scales, one of which fell a pound fhort of Ihe mark, and the other four pounds. Complaint was made by one of their customers that they delivered a 23-pound ham, when 28 pounds had been paid for. They gave the names of John Davis and Richard Roe, and claimed that their home was near Lincoln. Bee Want Ads. are business booster.