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n - f 1 : ' i f 1 1 i s t j , ,1 iV".M - - ffMt'imm mi ,m - yaw v,f 'Mn wwi.,. . PROFIT TAKING IN CORN " THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS. THURSDAY. AUGUST 21. 1TA IB INCREASE IN WHEAT IE One Day$ Deliveries In Can - &da 1,076,000 Bushels. :OATS: VALUES ADVANCE - CHICAGO. August 21 fAP. Rapid .increase of. tho moresest of newly - . harreted - wheat la Canada bad a MOVEM NT BEARISH - ! K 4 V, mtm M Mt mIiim t. t Viw flat dealing today. DeliTeriea of - I wheat at taterVat points In Canada ; tor twenty - ! our fcour aggregated 1 1.078,000 - basheli. . against 271,000 1 busiiel lor the corresponding time . aan year, on uie corn muuk, nroiii - taking by yesterdays buyers zonned jaa outstanding feature toward the ' 'last, but the market maintained ' a ' firm undertone. - ht closed Unsettled - ie to le a bushel lower than yesterday's finish. 'Cora clcxed bcttous at to e net gala.' oat c to VAc advance and ( provisions varying from 7e setback to a rise of 5c. " j Reactions from upturns In the corn market today .did not develop until ; after prices bad. bulged more than 2c .a busbeL Meanwhile, scsntlnfsa of aw. a a m tviu aaa vunnv wni iuj - 'chaslzed by the fact that today's ar - - rival ot com here, 211 cars, totaled i3n than a week ago, when the aggre - ,gte was 2SS cars. In this connec - j; that virtually no atoci: of corn was ' 1 on hand In Chicago which was not . ; owned by industries except what was 4 under contract to be shipped else - - '' where. Wheat"' sympathized with corn .v. strength. tut rallies in wheat values failed t hold well. An evident rea - son for the comparative weakness of Hi tn wheat market here was that Eu - : rope an markets practically had dls - ji regarded yesterday's price advances 1 - on this side of the Atlantic Large il shipments of wheat from Black sea ports were said to have been made. tOn the other hand, wheat crop con - dltlons in France were described as bad. and it was acknowledged that - - ". - the French government's plan to - build up a big reserve stock had been i.tinsuccewfuL OaU followed corn. . Provisions were firmer. In line with vJlbe corn market, and with continued j strength of bog values f ftr TkmMi at Mtklunf h " Wheat Cum. Hi. Iw. Am 21. Auf.'l - Hep. U M WV . JV4 iUV W2. Mi M nr. 7? ' ), f't irti - tHt OWN 7 Kl '4 ! 97 94 0t 9 4 S - MS, MS 41 S 44 S 45', 44 S 4 4, 43'. Bf - - 1 fi. 0 'i ' 04 fl 40 43 , 4.' 03 07 07 S 1S o.iv, 30 S 421.. 44 4 V.. 10 OA 10 ! in .:, PTt Jan. in 97 io 10 - ! JV77 11 on 1m n7 iu - j m mi tijH 1 n ! in 7.1 1 1 ' 10 77 IOTA 10 7i ! ttO 13 M tH 3 f'p, 119V - 130 13PO CloatBJT DTa TlluraiJajr it jrmr mtot : w Dv nrptrm oar. i i , ; i sa'ttrija'; Mrr 1.45 Hi Mar. 1 404lf 1 4'JH Com Septemhw. 1101 S si.v a T4e7Sei Marco. Sl.01; Mmj. tlO&. aot.: MarrO tiKe: May SiS. Ht - brtmbr. (I.IMS: ivmbr. fl.llS: Marrb. 1.10S. - Mar. 1 10 iaMSptmNr. tl'J xt October. - l2 10413 13: Itwmtrr. fZ 15. Bcilc Jeptemher, 14 3d. rhlcaco foak Oral a a4l frTlalM. CHICAGO. Aaruat 21 (A P Wlwl - Ko. 1 bard, tsBSc; No. 1 northrn aprinr. HOMS"; f. 1 mlx1. hHSUKtfS.'" Cort . 1 mliK . No 1 yrl - low. ft.OOSttl tr: No. I ohil. SI 03; aanpla rraJ - . 01fHVi. Oala No. 1 arliitr, 3,u4x - : K ? whit. 3 ' 4'tc; a4tph fraK .17ie. Rr: N 1. O.V. hriT 4tfbV - . l.rl $11. 07 Jlitw IK OO. lHir 14 37. OTHER CRAIN MARKETS - UAKAYETTE. Ind. Auruat 21 "t l' ' - TTheat - No 2 red, 7Kc So. 3 7&ir Corn No. a. - N. 4. fcftc. Oala No. 3. 3c. mye No . 52c r INDIANAPOLIS CASH GRAIN August 2 1 Tlje lid foe ear lot of grain at the rajl of thw lodianapoli Board f Trwle. f. w. b, ablpplns - point, baai 4l'iC Nrw T"rH rate, were: Wheat Eay. Vn 2 re.1. Bl'ieBVic; V. S hard. MHMdlHc. Cortt Strong: No. 3 white. tQfOc: Ko 3 Whit. 974 9He: Ko. 3 yellow. 04g No 3 yellow. 93t4c; No. 2 mixed. HltfPle: No. a miied. S9tPw - . Oat "trong: No. X white. 3?l3 - c: y )h tie. 3l037e. - Hy Steady : tf. . . country point taking 93 He oe lea rate o Cincinnati or JiilJel; No. 1 timothy. 9tn50tg 17.0: Ko. fl timothy. l.s xott lo 0O: tin. A .timothy, 91.1 H 14 OO" No. t light clove anixed. lt! H Irt W); No. 1 clover wiiaerf, lMglJ.0O; No. 1 clovey hay. I17AO ft 18.00. . Ipectiona Wneat JfO. 1 ret 4 car - Tin. 9 red. 1 ear; No. 1 hard. 1 ear. Tot!. H ear. Cera . No. white. 7 car; No. 2. unite. fear:. No. 3 whVe. 1 ear; No. j white, tar; sample hJi. S earn: No. 1 yelUw. 23 .ri No. t yellow. 12 ear No. 3 yellow". 7 ear: No. 4 yellow. 4 ear: No. i yellow, 2 cr: No. 0 yeltow. 1 car; urn - t le yeltow. 3 rax; sample ntlaeds S cor. Vc4J. 0 car. Oat No. 2 white, "fl rara: No. 3 white. 9 car; mr' whit. 1 car; No. 1 mlard. 1 ear. Total. 31 car. liar ley No. 3. t - r. Total. 1 car. WAGON WHEAT PRICES A urut 21 IfwUaaapoU flour mMi and grain tlo - tor ar paying 7Je foe N. 1 red wheat; P 1 bard Toe. Other grade 00 their rua NEW YORK GRAIN NEXT TORK. Aoguat 21 (AP - Noon: Tlour Firm; TM - tre tvatert .v mi 40 oft wtntee atrairht 11 i 4. SO; hard wrie MraKht S4.aot I M. ?re ) tour Tirwi ; fancy patent. ? - 4 4ft lO.i Commeal Eay; floe white rraoulated. l?JOtg2 75: yellow ra.oOnS.o rtno; No, 2 western dr f. o. ".'New.Torh and 6ie e. i, f. eaport, Barley Tirm: domestic. 72 e c. I. t. Ne - - York. Wheat 5pe4 ftrra No. 1 aocthem aoeing e. t. t. NJ Tor. 1 OB: No 2 hrd wtnter. f. o. b New Tork. P7c. . N. 3 mixed duraoa. f. o h. New York ItUer No. 2 .Manttoha, 101, ; No. 3 amber durum. P3c. 1 Cot n ,i Soot firm; No. yeltow elf. Nw Tork. M - l S:. No. 3 yellow. . 1. f. New Yrk. n.l. Oata Snot firm: No. t whit. 81 He. cevf - j uiet I wew - n oraa, ta 10O - sM aca 32 0t 33.10. Hay tetty: So. I. $290003000; , eample. S19.O0S21.OO. Porv Juiet: new. $31.50; family. t33.50. Lard Firm: anidvile weat, S11.4Sa Tallow aUy: soevtal loo, a we: x - teady: fancy head. ?S A S - SEED PRICES ' CHICAGO. August ?t fAJ. Timothy eerl 55ti 5.5J. Clover aeed $12.75 i 20.25, t ' JLargw 'Kawaxaa Grata Expert Estkretew. :. MOSCOW. Auiroat t3 A.P. Larra ea - Trl t Soviet wheat rv aad oau are e 1 peeled early weat month. It waa marie anowai today, altbooah on ttt tb per went ttma anlr trnal ahipmeou hi it hav been ; re ported. The rovemmeot kaa de - rhneel to grve wot figure of fiDorle and th tin ( ahipanenu on the ground that 4 a at tctrrrt aTIert toe taarket. Mawt v eeopo airvadr Jtaae been avarveated in th Ukraine, of which lha goverament hae riught about J5 per cent. Too amount reported fnTjcb below the gorernment b t - reetaUona, although It la thought that Krebaae ef fait ant aprta m aooat will iDcreaawd wmaijerabl. s U mr. CORN BORER SPREADS Three More Trwaahlps Infested, State Entomologist Reports. Three more Indiana townships have been found to be infested with the European corn borer, it was announced Wednesday by Prank N. ' Wallace, state entomologist, after receiving a report from the corn - borer control headquarters fn Auburn. The new townships are Wayne and Epiceland In Henry county and Lafayette township in Madison county. This brings the total infested townr hips to 307. Thirty - three counties are affected. PRODUCE Asrct 21 f Any raat ta'prlwo of acrr bnttar aad pouJtry rm tioa wOoily to a flcmx ta ootaUooa by Tinou dealer. I Martina OeaOatro . buy err toaa ott tor rota, apova. bioo4 rlofa aw aiian.l Err ImfiamDollo Jobhara offer cuntr lupprro for rtnctJy freaO atocit. otbrercd at lodionapolia coontr run oaa off. 20c: Jto. 1, 2de; Ko. 2. 21: No. 3. 14r. Poultry Jobber pa rise for towia H pound, up, 17 19c a poood : Lerborna. 15t 14c: broiler. IS pooDla no. 200 Vic. UfWrn. 15 lRc: aick. cull and bampiian poultry sot boorbt: rooW. 7 U 11c: docka 4 8c: rrrw. full leatOrnd 4c: rolaCM. vouoc. $3. IK) a dbseo. old. Buttrr Jobber elna' prirea (or ereaxoery fxoab firvta No. 1. 414tc a Eand: No. 3. 30 fef 40e: ta oartera ad le. 1 aaorO Batter Fat IaYftaoapofia barer mjui 43e o pooa. deirverrd at ladianaoolia. Chae - Jobber' aelllnf price: 9n tnoorte4. 60e: Wiacofxwn limberr - r. 27 a Sb - s; Jiew Torlt. 363e: Wiaconwo LiaMie. ;5c: Iywrfcorna CO ft 21c: W eocata bnck. S223: New York faocy American loaf te: olnoto lot 31c: bnrk. 2JK: "W Enxhah. 4Cc. SJt. e: Boqocfort. bf. KlTVr TOkK. Auroat ?1 f A. P.) Butter Firm; receipt. ll..1:J tuba: creamery hither lhao extraa. 3V64.U' WZ acore, SHnwe: to i acore. oim 3ic: pack fair tock. eurreot mk. o 1. 2Ve. tTe Firm; receipta. a.K)41 pounua. Efi urm: receipt. 14 uw run : fnlxed color, reruiar pacaea jimnu "4 ZT.x - : aecood. 20 0 22c: nedinm firsts. IRtiS'J'ie; weatern benoery woiie. arer - a extra. 31(33. ... rouHry un, trrecuiar: oroiier, oy freirht 1725e - b eaurea. XbitlZr fowl, freight. ISO 34c: exprea. 14.V - . rooatra. lrcwrbt or expreaa. lftc . ou"k freirnt. 18c: eaprea. - c; feae. irrtcnt. lc; expreaa, U3c; luraeyi, Ireifbt. 20c; expreaa. 20l25c. CHICAGO. A oatirt 21 JAP.) Builer Receipt. 4 OTS lutia; ateady : pn un - cbaoa - ad. Kx eoeit. 4t.i1 caw - ; firm; extra firau. 27c: freab t.1 ftri. 28c; freib current reipt. 22 1! ' - 3c. Poultry Alire. receipt. 2 eara. 2 trurka: tur; low la. h poumla aad oer. 22c; eo - eral rua. 20t2!c: aprin. oer 3 pound. 24fezc; broiler. 3 poucda ai iiimW. 52c; rooatera. ISc: turker. ISO lite; turkey. 15(9 lKc; aprinc uuek. 17 U 20' - : yoan yeeaa. 14c. Hff future: Befrirerator tndard. November, cloae. 28 ,i r. rrNCINNATI. Auruat 21 AP PuuttiT fiorl broker. Itt2:c: lrc - faom broilera. lW2Cc; colored fryera. 27c - roc!er 12c: fowl. 15tt20c: Lefhorn fowl. 13: Juc.. 01oc: turkey. 23 : re 6fjl0c Butler Creamery 3tt 30c. No. 1 parkin nrxk, 28c: No. 2. 22c: No. 3. l&e: butter fat, 3Mi40e Kr Extra friU. 3c; firnta. 2c eiKla. 24c; nearby, ungraded. 2c. CI - EV ELAND, Aurxiat Zt C P Butter Kxtra. 4 2 dc E r.rt. 24c. Poultri Foal. 2'!c; medium. 2 - : Ifhorn. 14 4tl7r: bravy broiler. 2.it liir Ittinni broiler. 2022c; fljrha. lni"fr' nbl rwki. 14tl'V - : fee. 20c. 8T. IjOI'IS Ai(ut 21 AT.) - Ei Ifitanurt No. 1. 23 Butter Cremery extraa 4c - firt. Sc. Poultry Heary hena. lSc: Urh. 1: aprtnr. 22 'if. turkey. 2c; eprtnf feeae. c. prui iucka. 10c. NEW YORK SUGAR j HEW TORK. Auginf 21 (API - Raw aogar wa quieter early today and In ao - aen cf Husine price wet unchanged at .1 lc foe pot. duty paio. Raw future opened 1 point lower to 1 point higher. The near month were relatively eaay at the outaet under fcepiember liquidation aod nattered remniwon houe veiling. bile the ditat io.uioii hold atrady on covering and a little Cuban up - port On the whole however, the volume of buexnee waa lisht and the unarttied tile of tfie refined aitnalioo aeemed to check agrreeaiyei ojierationa aod a dipoi - Uon appeared to limit commitmenta and await new development. rrice in lha meantime moved within narrow limit and at midday were about unchanged Irom lurt figure. Tho refined market wa unchanged with the undertone more or lew unsettled. Ut unre wer unchanged at 4.3.x - Jor lin granulated, ami hileom refiner an - nourxwl that they would ad van. to 4aOc tomorrow the announcement wm by no meana general, and buyer were again inclined to limit nurctoae to nearhy require - menta and await further dcvelopmenta. POTATO PRICES CHICAtMJ. Augu.t 21 IAPI tV. 3. Ie - paxlmrnt of Agriculture ). Iolatoe - Re - .eit'l .SO car: on traefc. 144: total t . Khipmenl. H3: steady, trading fair: w - coiiain " aa - ked Inh Cobbler et. fl 7S vtlA; fair oualMy. Jl .Vml iw: aa. - ked Plis Triomph. 2 .20 : sacked Early Ohio Jl i Minnewta. keti Kr!v Ohio 1 (WUlKi a - ked IrUh Cobbler f - 1 no t I 7 - Miaaouri. .. - . ed lriah Cobbler 1 lo(I Oi; Idaho, eacked Ruraeta. Jl 40 ( 1 .50. OYSTERS AGAIN. SOON Local fish dealers report trade considerably stimulated by the cool weather the last few days, and are looking forward to good business until September 1. when fresh oysters will be In the market. Large shipments of Jumbo frogs from southern points are arriving, some weighing more than one pound each and retailing at 50c a pound. Retail risk rriew. Lk and River' Vaoetiea take white - fish. 40c: veUow pike. 40c: lak ealmon. 4c: rmg perch. 30r: blue pike. SOc: ja - k aalmon. 30e: crappie. 3c: dreod catfish 3;c - river carp, lac: htillalo. 25c; mullet. lc: b!ak baa. &Oc. Ocean Varieties Beat halibut ateaka. halibut :lr. k. :tOc: red aalmon VaV. 40c. hadrw - fc fillet. 3.V - : whole had'Wk. 2.Sc; eole Iillet. cue: iresn mackerel. 35c; treeh cud steak. 35c: red snapper 35": hluefish. 40c. Florid pom - pano eWV fman haddte. 05e; amoked fillet 40c klppereil salmoo. 0V: lloundT. 2Jc; bUtk ta, 3vc. crao aieai. i w a pound. Indianapolis Wool Prices IndlanapoB Oealera ar pavtng - 3c pound for meitium grade ol wool: fre lower foe retecta Indianapolis and Vicinity Brief Note of the Iy. The Stetnkuhb - r family will hold i all day reunion and pi.iilo lunrhc n - .jndav st tlw home ol Carl hU'.et. R R lo. Tho 1 - ourdr Athletic A - cili'o wi hnlrf m rinl Mrti TbariT at 3" p " in tha church hail. 5317 Eart Wajhington ' Rarhara T"rehie Council No 7 of the Daughter ot Aroermi. will give a ' - ard party Friv t e .30 p m. in t ie et rrane of Forei - n War hall ling avenue and Walnut treet M Jatrck"a So ;! Club wi'l "r! party" t'nday at 2 Jo p. m m th. - - ch"l ha'l 040 lronct - t street. Tbe - nmniitt - e will' include Mr lo Stehim. Mr Marv tehhn Mr. torge G!e. Mr rhatln Heo,1rck and Mrs Catherine Cro!ey. The Altar Jkvcietv of St. Anthony parish win pve a card party thi evem. - ij at - 3t m it hail. The s.ciety aiao gate a cord party thi afternoon, vt llkersoa (iet JMay of Sentence. K tay of sertcn e, granted to txiul A Wilkeraow. Vincenne afrertiing man. Wednesday attemoon bv Judge William M Spark, of the U'm'ed ia;r .ir - u't ourt of appeal. upel plan? of the t'mted State marshal to take Wi!keron to the Froral IVnitentury. at lavrnworth. K to be - gto hie aentence of a year and a day :m - nwea i.y Mav. l2fl. by Ju ig Robert C. Baltaell. of federal court, who found Wi: kervon aruilty cf violation of the natnna' motor vehicle act. The stay a graruV. to Wilkeraoo in order to gie htm lime for the perfection of an appeal to the Totted State upreme .our!. VYtiJiro U - r the slay waa filed lollowmg the oec!voa of the court ot appeal at Chicago, denv - tng a reheartcg to WiTkervn in a man - dale filed the office of Albert C Ntt - mner federal court clerk Weineu upholding the dect - irin of Juige Baltic :1 Wtikeraon wa coovicled tn cocor.. - tnin with an ailged automobile theft r.nt whth dealt m cor atolen tn neigh boring state. In - addition to hi pnton peo1en" - be fined' f3t0 by Judge Ealtn He appealed the decision to the court ol appea . f .. ,,, r - . . H, M'"',"r . Twenty foremen of the Ho1 - ortio ft H.ae Xacula' taring 0mpin partvipated ir. a miniature golf party at Fif tv - fourth ireei and College avee - .ie Wednewday ntght Pe party waa tn the eharge of Prank J HoW - haurr and A. H. RVowaeho The wia - mng team had a total oi bit atroke aAd the evevra d0. BUT UNDERTONE FIRM HOG ADVANCE CHECKED BULK $11 .60 TO $11 .85 Receipts Larger and Outside Demand Less Urgent. CATTLE PRICES GO HIGHER RECEIPTS OF LIVE STOCK Follow in - it a alatemeot of receipt at atock market lor p - Cattle. C!ti Sheep 7m mx (xx'i l.liH 7. '4 1.44 - t 443 bOH l.Xi 3 205 2 410 P411 3 4""rt 2. MOW .31rt 4.173 2,frul 7.442 12 lOO 10 43 2 11 15.2i2 .a2 23.435 noda indicated : Hoc. Ea. Thar.. Week wo.. Tear ago. .. fa.dou .1.74X 4.W1 Wk.fhn far 1 910 Sasse It. I 17.177 Tear ago. . 20.620 Tear ago lUa.t Receipt for Yr to Dte - 1930. l2ft Inc. Hog ..l.12.73 1.271 131 Cattie 144.420 1"117 Cairea... 117.34 117.4K7... . Sheep 134.670 127.054 T.VO Dec. 11 f 7 I4t - Hog al ;erea llirk Katimateil TburaUar i7 Omt if (.MX) il.lMI .yj o 347. (XM Jk:ihi 324. 0W 3 7. 37 5. 0 1 S. - 'l53.Wj 20.1t4.OiO 1 12;.(H'il 17 075 imhi JO 04" dO'l 24 '.KKi iMHi 24 2." tKil 1S.375.0WO ham 0t Uat wa Same oay. lf2S. . . . Same Oar. 12 Week thoa lar Same laat wee - . . . . Hame Ume. 1 12 Same time. 192 . . . Same time. 1127.... Year to late Same Ume. lt2. . . Sam une. 12S..., Same time. 1927. . . , Same time 1W20. . . . Same time lf2 - "i. . . , Same time. Mli Same time. If 23..., Same ume. 1W22. . . As a result of an Increase in re - celpts, coupled with a slight loosen - . . . . . . . v . ing In the tension of the demand from outside sources, the upward move - mmt In mirt r.f Krvo a - at rhwtwl and general sales Thursday practically were at the same level as on Wednesday. Some variation again appeared in the buying of certain sizes but good 160 to 250 pounds told at $11.60 to $1185. All buyers were in the trading, and a good clearance ot the supply of 5,500. largest since Friday, last week, was indicated. Weights 160 to 200 pounds sold ex clusively at $11.85 with 200 to 210 """T1' ,,V - a . ..Toe . POUndS $11.75 tO $11.85; 210 to 225, $11.65 to $11.70: 225 to 250. $11.60; 250 to 275, $11.40; 275 to 300. $11.25: 300 to 325. $11 00: 325 to 350, $10.75, and 350 to 400. $10.50. Underweights and pigs. 150 to 160. $11.25: 140 to 150, $1100; 120 to 140, $10.75, and 100 to 120, $10.50. At steady prices the extreme range in prices of sows was $8.00 to $10 00. but mast offerings qualified to sell at $8 75 to $9.75. Prices are the highest since practically a year ago. August 23, 1929. but at that time general sales were at $11.20 to $11 85. against $11.60 to $11.85 now. At the high time at the beginning of last August most sales were at $11.50 to $12.25. 70c to 85c higher than the low time toward the close of the month. Two years ago the high time in August was late in the month. $13.00 to $13.25. $1.60 to $1.70 higher than the low time early in the month. Present prices are largely $2 25 to $2.40 higher than at the beginning of this month. Hog Qaotation. Top pri' - o 11 "S Moat aale Ion to 250 lb 11 o 11 5 lOO to 140 H. ave.. - . ... IO .Vlu 75 140 to 1KI lb ae 11 CHUlll 25 11 to 225 Itw. ar II o.itxll p" 225 to 275 lb, ave 11 40 till fx I 37(V to 325 lb, ave 11 00 till 25 325 lb up ave 10 5dttH 75 Igbt butcher sow 2510 OO Good heavy sow .Vt 2t Range m prices a year ago 10 3vUll Do Any change In prices of cattle again waa in favor of the selling side and some estimates indicated an advance - ef 25c to 50c over midweek prices. A part of the advance was attributed to a decrease In receipts and a scarcity of certain kinds of cattle re quirea ior urgent orders, mis proo - ably annlied more to the lighter u.u . " w. .1 I weights than others, but apparently all kinds again shared in the ad - ' ance. Present prices of steers are! conspicuously $2.00 higher than the low spots ten days or two weeks ago. ana in ux.iaiu cbj ftaies nic inui c than $2 00 higher. In the last week practically all kinds of slaughter cattle have made a gain of around $1 00. Canner and cutter cows are exceptions to the full advance. Steers sold in carload droves at $10.00 to $10 40 were not qualified to comand top quotations and probably were similar to cattle sold not long ago at around $8 00. Odd yearling steeTa were quoted up to $11.00 or higher, and steers under $8.50 now are distinctly the less desirable killers. With the UDturn in n rices of fat ial kif: uic viuiaixu iia iccvu iiiw picked up. but prices are not showing the advance Indicated on fat cattle. The demand appears to be largely for the smaller sizes of steers and heifers, all of good quality. Butcher heifers at lower than $7.00 apparently is a situation of the past and attractive light kinds up to $1109 are similar to some sold not long ago et $10.00. Beef cows sell now at $5.50 to $730. with canners and cutters $3 00 to $5 00. a gain of 50c to $1.00 . ...... I. . ti,. le. i'ci a - :. nit innc ui ri uti i prices usually of bulls is $5.00 tO $7 00, $5.50 ud Av at the recent advance, with best veals $12.50; others $12.00 down, including mlum e 1. . 1 n S.O ti. - n Cattle Qaotatloaa. Kl'luif Bteera 1 - 0 Iba up , ! ! j ! : i i ;xi lo t - hol. - e . 5 Vi!" V11 Commoti to medium . iiti - j Rilling ateer. uruier 1 "00 lb iooi lo choice 11 ;n10 .Mi Common to medium 7 oOij y i Tearlmg rattle rood to prime P .V ti 1 1 ol Medium lo gotd & f ' n. l o'J Kf rding Bteera .Mvj to ,hoii - e b r.or 7 00 Common to meomm 5 O" U 6 Btjtcier heifer 10 bt . .... s 00 rii OO tVientnon to ine - lium ... rl 'X'tX T .1 Beef ewwa liiKKl lo be' . . o,i - ,v Fair to me...m. - . .... . i1 - 1? S T t itltltri and . L.ttf. ... J V: ti 4 6'J BuH. an! calve Hut - her bul' ' .." ? fwl Btvlogna bi. : .... " e; ".u l.iwl 1, - 1 choice irll . IS ,0 I I .' .' 1 Common t iue: ..ii i"tili .V.) Continued active ccmpeutioii. due to urgent ouuide orders, contmued for lambs, and prices he'd abncrmally high: best lambs $11.00 and other; $10 50 down, with culls to medium lambs at $5 00 to $9 - 50 Sheep wer steady al $3.50 down. Native Mteev aaal laiasb Qawtatiwna. Good to choice lamtw $10 on f 1 1 v CniiDon to medium latnba . 0 tKifi 1 o Good to choi.'e sheer ... t 7.ifcj Jt Common to mextium thee - 1 0" C ii Aged buc a liH.' pourxj 2 UUU 3 w r 1 CHICAC0 LIVE STOCK L i HICAiJO AuaT'jat Cl . P .' Slate tie par X t cf A " . - .i.' - r? ' H.fs Re - ei - is. lit .te. .n. .'u..; - ; 4 - di - . : uneven. QuaMy i ghte r cjit. l'v lo 'i h - her . ciher i - ;e an - J la - nj 'li - f if. : paca.ir.g ww m - t: a - lt m - j. a' ot weakne early. t"r il '" ' be' able, lrto to C - ;.) pon - 1. jll 'e'trll light ligtt s.c: are! . - ho.. - . M" :o I poun.;. J10 6.b1.l - o .iXht r...tL lo to Zyh) t - ouai il 't 11 ' T - et:urr. w - ignt '.i lo CX' i ;x: 511 40 i i 11 heavyweight t - - ."ni poun.'; Jl l."i: 11 .id p.air.g .:w meil.um and g.: 7 5 to o' e I imuli 1 1 n - 1 - . a - I . r p - - ( mj chi v 1O0 lo 130 ;o $a.Ci10 75.. Cat lie Bevetpt t .Ch1 iim re. - eir: C.it. general trade trorr tc Co. - t.r1 - . - active al advn. - aii :meret buyi - .i : rrctah weighty ftee - B here lo g - 511 T." paid tor yer!: .': - .; : ' poun.1.; rr i i - d t e - . irsi he; ?e - t. 11 rui rro fed teer . n 1 1 1 on to ivo higher than "r w fro ': weeti : .laughter c;j' yv? ifa - . goeyj" and ehoiee eWV t JHIO peUTV. flO.OOUil .75; ix.'O lo 1.1 WO pc - 30, 53.75 j t 1 1 50 - 1 ! TO 1.1'0 p.u - ..S. l 11150. 1 iO to 1 . p - JUli'Ir ll.jO. nimnw ai'l medium pouni. S"j j U 1 1'AKJ . heller - . bot' - . 5iO ta .' iouno. : T 1 i ."' comtaon and tnc - Jiunj. toWUl'. ' "" - roou and cnoi' - e. ?.' 73 Ue W ir.fr. . i' - medium. $4.75 fc 3.7 J - lew cutter jrvi u: ter. a75tf5.0J. bu.'.s trearii:: - ex . aij - ed. fw! iioic. Ccl. J5 l ' il 7 - .liter to mniium. $i I a . r a; . Wi. good rd hot. Mi y0 13 "' ilium. 1 ti.'J v. 12 '.'l' . c - - .:'a3 - - iim..:; S7S4ftl0W: tocker ird feedr cM teer. rood and ctioior. 5Ml f 1 pounds. J3 73S 50, conicaou an - 1 teuuef $3 - 25x7.o0 saeep Receipt. 1CaXX: !amr. C c t - 35c aiflicr. Tr!ir.r up mo ne;.. .troag; bu.lt r.tite Umb : lv top to etty bat - . - her. lo ' ni - i.u.T. raiw er. e.5': liier J7.50 ust I pound down. - oki rbo: - . . - i it' o . medium, zo "v !' - u . mu - EloO. S50ttS i" ( - r. I" l5o ir'Ult - .i. medium to chi. - e v: 25 4 X) a.. nf h. cui! and ornnion. 1 .1") ti 2 7.. feeoinf iiniN 6' to 75 iuris. roou choice . 0.75 ii 7 .75. Oflictai et niateJ re:r ' tcrj5. - . - rw Cat;. 2,00'j; ho. li.tM"J. bep. If " - M. OTHER LIYE STOCK. - J j CINCINNATI. Auj - uM 21 a P ' ar.ifJ State liepartmer.i i.l Agrit o;tur . Hug ; Receipts. 2 sou i:d, lew opening ai S12 35: later grade stand uii biduin. - ! teady to strong on nj&t ligtt mot:j , $11. OO: few early a.. cl ww abo - jt t..sa - v !!taS lV - Sf.;.'; to strong.' nupply light rear meniy. I M (hi higher: goxj and rhou ?l l i 13.00: iower grades dm iy $7 oo :i i . rxVi !ot !ow - r gra. :T an.l h - ittr ; u ?i I) . fr mure ieiratie upar - i 1 to jlU iKi mot ctwt ". - n ti - J ")' nitter and utter S3.504 5i. t.p bu J7 OO. Sheep Receipt 1.30"; :o. generally fteadr food and choice iarr.rs Slo '." 1" ."0 - ommon ami mediara. t5.50ii 7 Xi; fat ee. 2 50ti4X'. ST. LOC1S. Augut 21 IAP.) (United Stt De partner. I t.f AgTi. - ulture I . H ,fs Kf - ir'i t ,Mo: - .'1t iiog dfi. 15c u. 25c higher - late aie howig mot of advance lot pig arid parki;) tarninr 25c atwve eirlr top. 12 0o - tr.u.t opemr.c ia 1 fii.i to .'40 pour';, $11 m.i i12k; lat'T ij - al. lrt" to J - " rxU7i.! 11.75jll.li: 130 to ll pound. 1M 75 4x11.75. pnk:r.g w ( 4j !..Vj. Ca' - l e Rer - - ipt. .ihki, a!Te. rw - elpt - ', 1 5o. ni'!i. ation otadv on nativt - tr: i.a::i heiter taly. a ith Lft Mrong. . - t - .i) heifers, fieady: var. 5c higher, otb r la . mi. hjnue; western Wrr. H 0O :7'K. fat heifer. W(Wtliin.i; wcxtern heifer ht5ihihj mut s - 4 :" 'u. 3 5t.: top .jj - .j.'.' hulls .J1 k - 'k1 arxj ' ft ' i 1 r - t - ierii. T;,ail hp Kr.ipt. l . - oo. B,rkot io ia.4ters n..t deeif - d f - w aurt - j !ioitt ti. tiul' h Tr rlruli a; i 1 11 "" (.lir - ry, u.. lull, . J . .l IIU ti 4 O". P.IKFALO. August 21 'A V t Tinted State D - paj - imciil of An. - n.lui' i . Hum Ke. - ' - iptn. 4'Hi boM' f. 2m'. a - l.vc niiUv to shipper. 2 - V lo 5 - higher. t.iilK I6'i to 2 - H poun ! 12 :" 12 4". fr 12."I eitht lie low l.") POUI'.N. 1 1 5i kt 1 2 oO . weiuMy but. her liomtn..! packing' mjob. hnu&25 latlie i - eijiin. 2l" iuriiet fciniriir to 2.". high - r - pature fe.1 st - - r. Jl'iKi; i nr.. r 2.5l s 4 'M . - !nmou hihlwn.'ht bu!v s5iMj5.25 Calve Receipt. 2i"': Tracer" a live .,(V to 1 00 hie hi r; to choi. - e. $13 5.1. sparingly. 514 U'. h , Rn,. ia lamb fully 0. - ad.v: go.ji !.. houe n.u.ve. 110; njedium and nii. - d lots. S 25(sP7.". throwoiile roo'lly i" U" PITTSBI RCH. Auirust 21 .K V f Tnjtexl Mate lwpartmcnt of Atri - 'u!'..! - " Hogs Kec - ipt. kt.Mi :i. - ,. to ..n,. hish.i lo to 23') - pjunl. 512 :. i 12 ..i. 23' to 2S.I pound. 511.751 12 25. 1'"' to 1 4" pounds. 511 .25 ty 11.75 : packing sew 5H.75 H P "Hi. Cattie Recn. - 't l. s'e id.v to stronc . (wnmon to medium uteers. Jrt.OO g 7.00 ; hearj bulls ar..:nd JO ;5. Calves Receipt" 1"" slea.ly . i hnice vealers. 1 1 . ' 41 12 "'' rued: im mi till iy. Sheep Receitu. 7'Hi.l ative. ft lamb motly 25 - V. ighr; hon - e lamb 510tl0txH50 medium to goxl. j7 50iP50 aged ltd k steady . i ethers. 54 5i don. I LOTISVILU;. Augut 21 HPi Cat - ' t'e Receipt. UO.i Meariy primp hf i) ' leer. S heavier o no y , jii mn - um. $5 00r5.SO; fit heifer 4hi 9 ii: good to choice ..on . 4 25 it 5 5 ' . stor ker and fee.ler te r. rn, - ..l ir , h.i - - .V.VIiti.iil t'Uf - K. - - fipts. .'I".' ",,i - higher; top, 5U ou i 1 (..'( Hun Kf ceipts. 50O 25c h:ghr; 1 fi." to 25" room!. 511 e.": 25.1 up. 511 2" 11" to 1 ".5. 10 7(1. pi.r 130 down (it'. Itin vk - i out. 8 40. stag. 57. Ml down. Sheep c..! ! lamh Re.i(iu 7'H). !a.!v e. - nd I wether lamb. 59"0. light sheep, $.3 5" bucks. 52. 5o duwu. CLEVELAND August 21 V V ) Hu Receipt. 1.3t'i: active: mostly 2 - c to 5c hither; bi'iOitig sleadr on im.I stag: bulk lti" to 210 - pound ort. 512 :i ll2.'t5 220 to 25i pound 512 2" to 3"i pouid. .511.00: pig 'ipoard to ?1125. Cattii K"Yipi. 1T5 atiw. Canes Rc - eipts, 3"0: slow t - nrly cieu!y : ff.xsl to chon - e venlcr". fi.l.unn H '"i Sheet) Receipt 1 fKVl mot!y hirli - rr. rood lo ohoi.e lamb. ? 1 n.Oo ki 1 " roranion to nieclium Winds. $o.OOfe.oO or acxjve . sheep steady. EVAN - VHJ.E. Ind. Alig - ltt "l . Calve, $0.50 ti 10 5". Nit heavy, f oo fi :.n. Hora Rei - ipt brht: l'MI pi'.mi down. J.;0: lift tn 1 4 I pounds U40. Ho t0 1H0 pound. Sin ri." 1 f to - ;iii imnd llio: 210 poun. is up. ?11 - ,'.'o to ;tOO pound. Jll'X' .TH) pouniis tip. SIO.'in; stan 7 75,fi 'Ij. ronche, Jmu t .5'. KT. WAYNE. Iri.1 A'ijru - t ?1 i T" V I no - mamet nio tiicher. po t.. ik. .h.. - . " '' ,u pounos. :n i" - o II j" ?l..TMl potin.U $11 oust l! to ., 3V, rK,un,,,1 rurhs. .v tae. o :. - aiveS. ti iamb, mmh.. i.akavkitk ind au.u - i :i h... - Be - e, - 1.. 4.i. usut i 1 n e.ii r - ; - f.V.Mr., i..,nibt Mi 00 d u - J1U ' Hi 1 1 l'0. NEW YORK HIDE PRICES B J. T Uamlll 4 ( o. A ii. - i(.t - Jl TtKle i ro - al New Yo'k Ojen.;.: - Sepleniber V : bid le,err!eT 11 to March, l'imi, - bi - i. My. i:b' - hi offere.1 l.'imv. DRILLING IN EASTERN OIL FIELDS NOT BEING PUSHED t Cn. .1 f I m trtdlintrwilii V.' . 1 ..A. - ner .. . j . . - - - e. oil drill f workinr along geadtiallr not ling punned in anv area of the frilled State About a'! that L b ing di ne st tV.e time 1 off.t we'iB for pn.t, - . tin' - . The raa mdoatry i pushir.r work in t. o - dnctr.e area and 'iw field are Vitf ( . .n I.J t - i o. ana :i:l ha much ga - a hi Kc - !J tv.ckv. Tenoeee. Al.bania .Mii - i! t ii ' other ret t - mention tl.e ; . i t reiui - el (a. It. io in Hie yi i i or.i.:nni other are.. M i i It""" of co . a; ex ne ruled i: the la.vir; t '. ,.. ;e ... f,"m - rr a - Ok - ma Kat. - '. new - r levp!ot - d a'ea ! T:i - i a: a: Chi - ago. St Pa .' Miui.fapoliB. St. i and poii:v Detro.t lurt ot! ,.!'" hk!.v m t - ft. m. of the M: - i.ippi nvrr !''. ih a .lishtSr over t' - x. - ' '.let . i ,1 . tied: us a hort tim - , ,, uni. - tor. hatf criut .'.own wor t a : . tent Thcr. i. a prt h ,t down in i peratior :.n 'he we. ter - part "' ta.Kj h' - e la - je ha.iow aar.d pr linn i f' - und , jr . - r - Vi. - d r.. ' at nf t:. :silei r - e - a. - e C re; II 1 ' n v 1 le'C ? T .1 ' VVe.l I."' n . n ut he - t - n Or. i nr - al 'ho. North rtrrn 1' - " l.'.iia"a . . K - Mi o i u t e r . . , . - jl " .1 . W e. Vi - ;.ni - n'r.o' n - - r z r 4. - rt .. k 1 ;a we . t h - 1 1 ba. - r e - i. . O, - 1 !': v. r we': i - , i A " l ien - j w i . 4 w: : 1 . - i '. we.;.. n a ; - t . Ti - ci - FVi r - i - . - : - " - r:in:.tl C a - - ... ' - :l. :. y . . ; s vv ,j r, F - e .Tc,r .t i W e, 1, - 71 I h l - A - H . - Ta - - : t '. - a .. P:. - C w, . . 1 - b vr - e - tor - ar - . lx.r.i N b - ar - K 1 : : i : j ,.r - - ,, 'i r.. Ml M f : ".a 3 1 4 w - . A . r. Freighter Conifjany ia Bitik'irt CHiC A - . - .a - T r - tie's - J - - .rn Tra ; reifri r a - .: - i v ) 11. 1, i . :i f . t.. - T: itr e 1 1 - 3 1 h - i 1 i' r - i Irectiljftr oe Tar; Hcu - . rlK' l ; : : ' - ' I, ,r.; - i ... l 1 - "Tp - ., - - " c - - - - . - 1 - . .; . ; . - . ' - ' - . - . i - a - je - I - - I " "Pi Vei.' - ar w a j' - teii at Z 'j I' 1 4: i t to on r l Q; - k h I I u f p : ei . - i I I '7 1 : ( f ! 1 j ( , ; I . , j ; 1 i ; i CURB SLIGHTLY EASIER INACTIVE TRADING Utilities Irregular. Subject to Narrow Fluctuations. OILS ARE LITTLE CHANGED: NE'. - YORK. August 21 'AP Curb stocks were weak tcdav. Efforts extend the advance at the opening were checked by the " bear" element who resumed their I line oper - aticn - s with theu" offerings well taien a scale down. Trading was dull and toward midday a slightly easier tendency was apparent. utility snares were irregular and subject 'to narrow fluctuations. Elec - . trie Bond and Share opened firm, but profit tatmg. influenced by the recent gains, depressed that stock below the previous close. American Gas and - iecinc aiso was unaer pressure, out was supported about a point below yesterday s final. United Gas new. nlted Light and Power A. Brazilian lrscuoa were urm. tonsonaatea oas i Baltimore was in demand. Petroleum issues were little changed Gulf Oil of Pennsylvania was a soft spot, working lower on thin sale. ! cities Service held around 27..' 0.j . , . , , , - Standard Ou cf Indiana was firm ;i r. "I ; , - ; ' V t w M. - ta Slachm.. Company declare a quar - and Mead Johnson were well boug - ht. ' ,riy v)iv!end c. 3 - . - on the rammoa. na - Ford of England was steadv. Durant j mj the i . - . n im mnuai bs - i pay - Motors and Translux fluctuated nar - i al,lf,tk1'r 1 Ir the pnnou. quarter rowlv nrith 'thtt tcw - .r rr4e. e,,l,. I regular quarteny . - .iMd - ud ot 4Uc and - the transactions. Goldman Sachs held firm, while United Founders and Insull Utilities and Pennroad were steady. Call money renewed on the curb at 2l - per cent. CTCCI urorCD iutcdcct 1 l'TrT 'x"r 1 and 1V on 510 preferred blttL MbKGtn INTtREST ;"umr SWITCHESJTO EATON I LARGER THAN IN 1929 Torx - ;TOWN. o. Augit 21 'apij The auditine phiae of t - ;imoi;T in the c... r,. ..... ...... ... .v - - ou:,tot..Brthienem tn.un. t.or - am. T - .rtua' a ha'tf - j f.ir th .i. . . . ri II jr. rUJl - f. H W tll I 'If l I .1 1 U l 1 I IS L' T - pare,i to nil Cyru, s Katoi, u. the stand t .ii. .: i uirir tk : i ii'ii 1:131 nil' Hf rxr term - e - r unfair to Mini ano. Tuiv fto. - k - - oMer. Interest in the hearing pe - 'ned ':p c, - .n iilersbiy itn the i f. th ,; tli - f..y. .1,,! in.nci - r whii o;i..1 the merger fr.ri' th" iir!. mi ' - h. - di.!c to lenfv Ki.r nejriy two oeek of iv. t es. - i. m - 'ie te.t i ini - 'v l. - Nn 0 - iile.i a'nioi mii:, , lo nval audit Ki'i.n came to Tuiirp'uvn and att:i.1e : the ti:e:..Miii . - "mil hu't:v hclu! ai jo;:r:iii.t - til e - rit to ln hi, lei and re t'.iri.cd to the cT. - irlrimru with a ill ol - : - er and oie mi' - nt A E. Kniest. of the firm of Err.at & F.rn. - r. vile., h an ,iud t i.f the Yiun - - t..wn ,tr:d H thliii - - n rnp - ! fir lhe E.'i'iio iTit - r. nt. tetif;.'d in .r - i r' ra - tion ul Haeel Tipplt. a member oi txiat firm. Tiiip.t preenteii f.fri.re th - ouKh h h j the p!.i:tnlff l.'a to proe the iO.,;t th.it btJ.;ehm s earninz in l!'2li u - e iiu(.iJ too high by about 57.645.OO0 be - ' caiise of an ina.lfK) r.sle depreciation r' . and (hat if the proper .id.ustnjetit had i been n:ad Yr,infJtown to. kholder would j have received tn iti of .Vxi noo n:o: - , hare of Bethlehem than wrre al)oel , he m . i Ernst ':btan!i it'l the flco - "1 ai testified that ' f nri'iernng ap - j n'Aia' would b r.ec.a,v to cet a dn ; ml view of lhe aei rune rf the im ' pante The rrer?r w cotuuramatrd on ' the bis of a.oiintint I i.i - d o the relative compel - n. v of ,n m - c.eienoert fr;;m ompaml with 'he r - utive of the two . - ..mnanif . in nub - mc nixin the economic fn tor invnlrr - d in j hi - ii:. - - .. ne - in ii' i;io nn - e j - , the c. - mwr as more . ,.n:ieter,l. but re .iid. - il hi analysis vital. RAISE CIGARETTE PRICES r. li'KK Auruat 21 ' l 1' l - ln f:n - inie Hew - i.sners a.t.d ar. dlo - i to end tt.e tigiette r n. - w: - mon toba. ..i and rn - ery ham tore. ih - ' n. te.i fiur stores fonpai.v. the s - hu.t - K't.nl M.4r - inc and the I, - . - at At iuritic in. I I't. Tn t oni.ciiv hive ;ri r. a - , i sc.rhtiy the pn. - e ol f.. - r tpaiar br.i:iil - tv'h.ie Trie i',. r - i e 1 not n.'icon wii!e. It l i xi.. ted tn extend Vr - .v. - d sitivfV f tne noii.trv it t, The iir.t move ai pan ntiv i - lakin qiiKily bv the '.real AtUm w. ekV ao when" ,t if ii:c about three var.ce.1 the prn - e ..n the ,,,!r brand. fum l'.c a ta"k lo to lor "jc in Y"rk an ,1 The I'riited l'iep nnr.m r ' . c . n . - w.. it hid ra ei the r,nce m New Enit'and the middle wen and northm n. w Yor a't V 'The f or'mer' p - ra wer! - 0" - r"iTi and C7i. r - ipe. tiveiv" NEW YORK COTTON j NEW YORK A ifUft - 21 (AT fot - b'ii i'1'fr - J hiiflf .te..;v at a d - . line of !! 14 iMiini in riiiiiii - f In '.i(.or I.iV'r an i j r'h. nd priv.i - .e reports of eOtne wcl . Ii ,il and coniiini..on ho i - e i.ci,ms. Bnme or rnlyh' Briinm; order. PP arc from the oi;th h;:t the tir.t of - - r:nc - . re absorbed yiute ridi.r bv further .overn - .f or ti ade baying1 D. - - ml - r ..iv.in - d from 1 1 oiJc to ll.lftt on thi !cnian: and a little binmt mav have o. - ..ered on Die failure of the ear v w.ather in rhow the jirivdp ly rfiH.rtcd iai'1 al 'cme TXa point. T'ic bulge however. nvt ln.Taw,t of - r. - .w - .nd the market at the - ,! ,.f iw 'c.'Vr. 'KJ&&rll 'h;; , - ;,rz that market, b a Uu an .m i !:;?.vr:.i Kr?;1,11 m Mar" - r - , L'V: ' 'I?, 1 Jit p - t - l laiHT'ii f I I f - lrlT jn Ille lor - and prn. .1 ret t ;,. iwi on renewed ci ven tn,c cw i.ir ran e. inr w a reported here, but looa I broker, .aid rom - pirative - iMtic .,,; - hrrn hiii.f.if an.i nn - e i c - UIS'TTla Ptr ai.L - eari! a to The! rfi Ti7 ,lf ef,.' 4.17,.., ...n.litirm fi - i - . Which )nuid lieimi to appt'ar within the ; v t,,r on trM. rally .s, m X - ,rnher advancel tn 1 1 3Se and M ir h to 1 1 .""i w th acm e month, .how . r)l advai.. - i - a ct eome o lo 10 pots - . al rn:d.'.A - . , NEW YORK DRY GOODS L nkw vork. - . i n. i Hie J ' 1 1 t W I t M , - p; - . ! . . - ; r - T . a . ..ntlj.' ; ' . rn i - v. a h ' ' 1 '': i e if t, ). - ;.: trade Wo - d . ! ' A I' l. t t r ad t ? zo. ' i . t . l . i. a tie .how ii.l. !' - '.. : :. ! i ' 1 1 - ! ' .c. - . a - in nv.; - m:..J. B ;r'up .. - otitii - : .4 i t a - r ': i iu niO'.c: a ' - )t latfe - :n trn.l. JULY COTTON SPINNING w H!Vi,rnN 1. - . - 1 'I It I I r 1 - i - .u'.rv c - . - r'ed 'v I vd.iV tn - l e r - . ' .4 l - r .it . I v i - a - t. . ,r - i r a." - ' ' n riit a:: : 1 . .' a ,1 at j u 1 y h i't J J V in J i y i i - i. - I - - Mil - . ; ', - t e J , ' ' 1 ; . . I , - . , .; , ) ,( . 1 .771. 1 . fr A ' ' .4 . ; Un - J 1 r il 4 1 : 4 : - 1 MYSTERY PLANE GUARDED ingles Craft. Backed by Chrysler, Being Developed on Baree. NEW VORK. August - ". AP 'The secrets cf s r.ea nr. "ternu? aircraft, without wir.zs ar.d orjeraf - d r. the rr.fr principle, are be in jeal - rxL - ly guarded by three isver.t ts uh - are developing the craft on a bar?' :n Walter P. C. - ryslr and Har - '.d E'.i - trr Talbot:. Jr. are a;d : - b - ta - ic:r.j the venture N - '.thtr.g . - Id be :arr.d cor.cerr.lr is the matter at ;. - rii - .c - z h - w?.er rr.a a l - n tls sd r r r"A(t ued tn tr.e F".'r. - r I" rc rr. b'.es a :r.g. - . A s:r..e f ear: lane w.' rr. - .j - p' - .; tr.e tractiCn tr.r'Ugh a thre - tladed prprller An a:r - cv - d a . - rj - r.'.t'r pro - , ides power v r - t - ..t the r - .'..r.der?. which ta;e t. - .e T'.vi rotcr? are - r. each s:d? r'. tn? r: '.' Ar. outr:?d ruddtr ; f - .r - 3, - 1 lr..r.i is a srr.all pair .' tar. - (. - '.;:'.. - - Between the r..' t - or ar.d ' - i ; large bo.':.5 ; - ed A'trt' " ' " t rj".:;' t r.:rh - ""' ' v.r: ::.' - .r. rl: rr ' rr 'r. . - ".t'".r re sv.;f'i" . a - r.e '.'. rr :r.:"ed - rt board. 1 s - u i , , 1 i i I ie 1 i ! i l I 1 i INDIANA MAN HEAD OF REINSURANCE COMPANY HARTFORD. Cnr.n . Augu5t 21 A F ' Appointment George E 1 .: ::;r. of Ch:cac?. a - - president of tr.p f'i. - ?: Re:nM;rancc Company cf Hartford, fueepd H H. Stryker. - w dead, was announced today Mr. umtT i former insurance commls - ioner of Ind:ar.a ar.d counsel for the Insurance Federation of Amrrira. SALES CONFERENCE ENDS Fashion Show Feature of Real Silk Managers' Meetinf. The annual fall sales conference of the Real S.lk Hosiery Mills closed Thursday with a fashion how cf new models for managers of sectional and regional branch offices of the company. The two - cay meeting was held at the Indianapolis Athletic Club with P. O. Ferrel. vice - president and gtn - erl1 ;les manager, presiding Talks on sales and general business policies were made at the conferences and Wednesday night the managers were guests of Porter M. Farrell. president cf the company, at a dinner at the Columbia Club. A party tyas held later at the home of J. A. and L. L. Goodman. The company maintains 250 branch offices in the United States, divided among thirteen dis tricts d three regions. DIVIDENDS DECLARED ra pa:.. 1 - itt rtist ion ! i t l - r.:n..n fo.;c.witis 3 for i - (hi ijjt pjj'mrtil oi 00. tni old tun was M i - r ' t C i. - ;.. - - :r . vi.j - nds n ; o pr, - L, ' 1 t"r ' ' - : . ,i.th - ..... ...... ...... .... .. r .ara.4 , r, . - r - i.l : - . A,la Jtorr 'u:'rjliuQ rt - po. - t nt aV i f 12t .":'.' for lhe 1 h!:f year. rv,riu ar - d to 7.54r1.14 for the lik n.rim! i.l v. - 'ir I'l. - r.. .'14 :wr ,.iii :i.. - r. i". - .1 ti.r ii .. in t - r of ..r - only .i Aut6motive and Aviation The Aiii'M ican Austin Car Company, of ' Tune .In h id on h ind 'iiifiP - d orders for 14 117 i jr the retail value of which i would aunrovimate SM 93" UOO. Samuel Valla!. - - v n - - - ir sident :v Normal in - ; r.jcitv : fnfure.1 tin mm . - iiiclp an - i tv.aiiy ..nd the .rd. r i n hand J'.me 30 i I '' i d - v'ar. regr,'ar(Dy ; i ! 1 1 i I j , . were rqual to more than three yenrs pro - I Governor Harrv G. Leslie Will ad - do lion Step art lien s Uneii lo uced . . . v,.. IlK.i idress the annual banquet Tnursaay FACULTY GIVES "MODERN SCHOOL" AT CONFERENCE The Rev. W. V. Rurnham Addresses DiviDle. Younr PeoDie Indi - anapolis Has. Largest Group. fn - - - ii! to The Indninpol;. N(wi) BETHANY PARK. Ind.. August 21. The voung peoples' conference of the Duviples rf ChrUt church, Ln , , ... . seiMfll Hire UliS wee., were ciiltl - taincd at the evening meeting with a program of stunt.'!. Mystery dramas, 1 Shakespearean tragedies and stunts of a modern vein constituted the program. The faculty presented a "mod - Prn school SCnooi The Rev. Dovle Mullen. Rensselaer, was the teacher. The pu - , . . Pils were named lor flowers and an - twered to roll call in that manner. Poison Ivv was Ralph Miller, Salem Johnny - jump - up. Roy Kennedy, In ,dUnapolLs and Babies Breath, Ralph Miller, Vincenne.s. made thuigs mis - erable for the teacher, while Butter - cup. Miss Mattie Crump, learned all ner tnings iroin tne encyclopedia; 1 Wild Aster. Martha Shotts, Indiana - polls, had trouble with her feet, and Daifodll, Miss Gertrude Harris, and Clinging Vine, Miss Florence Car - ;michael. Indianapolis, indulged in a hand - to - hand dress - tearing. Other members of the faculty added to the lun. Vesper services this week are under the direction of the Rev. F W Burn - ! t i j I i 1 ! i ' ! j ham pastor of the Univer: :tv Park , King's solicitors that he w:3 on board 1 Monday for a conference with Mr. Christian church. Indianapolis. He ; the yacht Islander. His friends on Hoover. Robinson is a member of the spoke on Com race of Jesus," in i the yacht, we understand, were Com - i federal relief committee appointed which he empha. - ized the idea that j mander Searle. of Berwick on Tweed: j by the President. The meeting of the Jesus i a real human who lived on : A - R - Brailey. of Dunmow. Essex, aod I banker representatives was delayed the earth and associated with real Captain Olaztbrook. of Bishop, Stort - I until Tuesday in order to enable Rob - people "Jesus is or." leader." he said, I ford - 11 also believed that one of j inson to get here from Los Angeles, who is not a mythical person " i Commodore King s daughters was on I Announcement was made by Arthur At the chapei services vesterday board. Mrs. King at present is on a M. Hyde, secretary of agriculture and Miss Harris spoke on preparation for ' holiday on the Isle of Wight." I chairman of the national committee, service She stressed the importance I for Commodore King, none , that $800,000 balance of a $8,000,000 of the rnnterenr - P a.v nrenaratinn fnr i those mentioned in this statement ! fund created at the last session of tho , th church ard said Chris - tian" ideal.' rnust' d'SndoSthe church tho home and the srhool for support. "We mt set examples for lhA. eMnet oc cHa eollel "If - a uuwu , omxu . t V ie sauu. u we arc,, to rnntintie the work of the rhttrrh " T i. n. i . L i j.,. majanapoiia lias me largest ueie - gation at tne conierence tnis week. tboeo fift.wn eieocont Unncln r and Terre Haute each have seven delegates. Twenty - seven cities are represented, the farthest being Hammond. niKe " on program ior to - night: tomorrow evening the dra - matization cla.ss will have charge of the program, and a hike to Mt. .Ctna and the consecration service is planned f - r Saturday night. Services are chtdu!ed fer Sunday forenoon. OLD SHIPS TO BE TARGETS Obsolete I)etroyer Will Be Lsed for Pr - ftire by Navy Ciunners. WASHINGTON August 21 iAP.1 Three scarred and battered destroy - ers are to become 'perennial" targets for the lighter euii'. of the navy's bat - tlehip. Already ore nf thee vessels is ben. 5 eouipped with a radio e - ,n move rrew " Liie g - jns of trcl that will enable tiles? abvut tl - .f ra.' r.;!r the bizger hir - 5 ::rr ' ... The Stoddr'rt. h:ch has beer, in sen tc1 ten 'car' : the firs' rf the three de.trrjcrb - ,er.te3 improve 0 ethers tr.e sr'rr the war the : - . y. . a. : , - . . w;. be cr. - er. .dter of s:::...ar craft fcu:i: h:cr. nave sir.ce be - ';: In t;r: fir'nc jn these tc - if the gj. - . - w;ll u.e '. - ATzr. amrr.unriori. c'.r.to.;:. - r. j expl r.e a:.d 1il ttar h'. - .f ir. ti.e oeienselfss instead b!. - ::r.g It o'. r. - f the Wher. there are ..' many hles. r.ic i or.lv craft wale: tr.e dci'rr;.e: - - ar.d patched. T; oti'.er cc the Marrtis an tr . v. f d to port ypr th Sloat and become stationary .z tc.:. - They will i ir. rd at Sea.. :.l clr enough whether Jour targets for rx.rr.b; be c her rr.a.f'. - d ar. air - l:.' - - r.r, t' CO' - ::: rty - pound - r - . Id b'" - rr.rr& e r a - . ' oat - ..: :'c. S:av - n '.. - - . d : - r. r..H - . il trs 1 f'r - prati - p i. - .o txrr.b equip - f.if in Kills Workman. MONTI "ELLO Clarer.e - Foi - r t..iay her. o:r tati' r b - irt r.:: rr Zr.i:::: . I. - .c. f. a fl ; at a s ;.' N : e C rr.r? - a ( - . M d - : 1 i , ; ; ! ; . Head to Speak on Program of Bankers' Convention h v - t)lj : , I) WALTER W. HEAD. On the first day program of the thirty - fourth annual convention of the Indiana Bankers Association, in Ft. ... . . rt - - J T1, ' i.wayne. oepiemwr m iuu n. W. Head, president of the Foreman i State National Bank, of Chicago, will be one of the principal speakers. Head is a former president of the American Bankers' Association. Elmer W. Stout, president of the Fletcher American National Bank. Indianapolis, will preside over the convention sessions Annual reports will be made bv the president; by i Miss Forba McDaniel. secretary, and M J - Kreisle. Tell City, treasurer. An aaaress oi welcome wm oe maae bv Frani J. Mills, president of the ;Ft Wayne Clearing House Associa - "Another speaker on the first day s program will be Glenn Griswold. - n. i cv:. . Tm..i 11 "lc. wui""' ?k . rm m prrp ii - rns sin lert n ur - Better Banking Through Regional Clearing Houses. W. L. Brooks. president of the Northern National Bank. Bemiji, Minn., will be a speaker with Mr. Head at the afternoon ses - A,' t - 5rw 'tPT t ,n LJr'.. employment to hundreds of eral Land Bank. Louisville: Rome C. Jr. ma - r. and girls and men. The Sterenson. South Bend, vice - president of the American Bankers' Association: Dr. B. M. Anderson. Jr.. economist with the Chase National Bank, New York, and Senator Carter Glass will speak the second day. Melvin A. Traylor, president of the First National Bank. Chicago, and nignt. Charles M. Niezer. Ft. WaTie. iy committee. Frank H. Cutshall 1, cnauman oi eiiicriaitinicni. vj. n . Heaton Is chairman of hotel and traf - Ilc accommodations commitLee. ar - ma u. V.I.I1.11ICII i. - v iimuiimn ui uuu - llclty. Mrs. Harry C. Fair is chaii - man nf ntprT.ninmerit fnr wnmen TViatar ra rf iaas Vtriioi ari.ntri rA a lit. a v; i ., - f , biivi sicht - seeine tours have been ar - ranged for contention tsitors. NOTED BRITON DROWNS WITH YACHTING PARTY Continued from Pate 1. Part 1 from the yacht and disappear In a whirl of water .supported the belief that not all the victims were men. al - though Mrs. King, the commander s wife - holidaying on the Isle of Wight, naa expressed me oenei mere were 10 Ufficn " ine tsianaer. King Aboard Yacht. Say Office. LONDON, August 21 (A P.) Con - firmation that Commodore H. D King, member of parUament, was aboard the stricken yacht Islander was obtained bv the central office of the Conserva - tive party this afternoon from the Commodore's solicitors. The central office issued the following statement: "We have heard from Commodore ls a merr - bpr of parliament. Brailey S'1?1 i", Tu 's been a medical officer of H. M. S. President, wnic n is a naval tra nmg He is an aesocx 1UI ,. , trie, r.r,,. onrl "WWV " 3 ill uic nl .w.Mu.te.uy uv..wm.mw surgeon to the royal air force. Mrs. King Told ef Disaster. FRESHWATER, Isle of Wight, Au - gust 21 (A.P. ) When news of the disaster to the yacht Islander was communicated today to Mrs. King, wlfe of commodore King, she said: ..M nusband had been cruising on the yacht gince last Saturday week, No other mernber of the family was fh hi H , d w livlnr on the yacht, calling in at various ports I received a letter from Dartmouth yesterday in which he said he was enjoying the trip immensely. I am leaving at once for London. So far as I know there were no women on board the yacht." Rains Sveell British River. LONDON. Auguft 21 AP.t Heavy weather similar to tnat re&ponsiDie ior the wreck of the yacht Islander off the Cornish coast, also w s, expert - enced in other parts cf Great BriUin today Ir. Wales continuous rains over - flowed the Rivers Union and Arran at Doleelley. and the water entered sev - eral house - .. Motor traffic was held up GASOLINE IAX MAY GOIODROUGHIAIDgfS in 3 ftorit page editorls rarmen nave txaten page editorial Continued from Pa.e I. Part 1 declined to discuss the plans beyond assertin - that we U get the mor.ey Goverr.or Leslie has received a tele - j gram from Arthur M Hyde, secretary I of agriculture, asking him to send Mr. j Stout tc Washington nxt Tuesday n i represer.ta'ives from other states. Mr. v - a - .r! he had nrrf determined vet - .ufhr he rntitrf attend the meet in?. bit honed v be able to do so RLLIEF PLAN SPEEDED. 1 . nit.,Kn,. r mint, f nmmlttef to lie - ...... ' - .'i - .' T - .e 1. on:".' Newl EVANS VILLE. Ind . August 21. Prlirr.ir.arv work f oreanizinct t car - . .v' . r - . - r - T drous tricker. farmers of Var.der - ; burz county gome forwara. ioiiow - ir.z the plar. recommended by tne state draught relief "committee and - r.t t John F Hull agricultural h :'.: The plrtn was outlined before a rneral corr.m'tee composed of members of the County Farm Bureau, the E - .a:. ill - - Red Cro - s Chapter, rr.emoerii of the count txiard of edu - ta'ion, the an - vjle Cleartn; House 1 ; i , ! j 1 ! , ' I j Association and the tovnahlp truatee, all of whom pledged co - operation. A turvey to determine the aer loudness of the cituatlon In Vanderburf county will be begun, and further steps in organization will be taken when it is known where greatest help is needed. The survey la to be made i by townships by a committee corn - ! poed of the township trustee, a mem - bey of the township Farm Bureau and ! a third member elected at large. . Hull estimates the county corn rop ' this year at 20 per cent, of normal. ! while the hay crop is less than 40 per t cent, of normal. In addition to this, reserve stocks of grain, feed and food ; are the lowest in history, he asserts. SHOW NO SIGNS OF DROUGHT. Fair Exhibits Said U Be Best In Ka rent Years. (Spe.ul to The Indianapoti Newil KENDALL VIT .I.E. Ind.. August 21. What is said to be the best and most educational fair in the forty - eight years of its history, is being held here this week. The agricultural exhibits glte little evidence of the drought experienced in this district. The live stock Is said to be the best In recent years. J. S. Douglass. Purdue University, who Judged the shorthorn calves, assorted they could be equalled only at the Indiana state fair. There are 112 head of live stock, the property oL 4 - H Club members, whue the sneep exhibit by breeders total 300 head. There are 180 exhibits by members of .... . - . . . gifi - clubs, sewing, health and looa pneparatlon. TOMATO PACKERS BUST. Scott Coonty Outlook Better Thaa Lat Year Crop Quality Hirh. I Special to The Indianapoli New) SCOTTSBURO. Ind., Aufcrust 21. A note of optimism was Injected Into the drought situation here with the an - nouncerr.ent that the pack of tomatoes this year is expected to exceed that of last year. This was the opinion of Ivan C. Morgan, president of the Morgan Packing Company, operating canneries at Austin. Scottssburg. Brownstown. Columbus and Ed in burg, and Jesse P. Storen, manager of the Storen Bros - Packing Company at Lexington. Tomato plants, especially the lata plantings, withstood the drought remarkably well and the quality of the tomatoes is above the average for the lagt lew years. All canneries near women many peak of the season will not be reached for several days. FINANCE PROGRAM OF Continued from Page 1, Part 1. ! the 1927 Mississippi flood relief, plana i went lorwara toaay ior estaoiisnmen : ui fctaiie or lot a i crcuii. curpurotxons io arrange loans to farmers through intermediate credit banks where local banks are unable o unwilling to carry the financial load. The maximum interest which the credit corporation would be permitted I to charge farmers, under the tentative plan proposed at the first meeting ct the national drought committee yesterday, would be 6 per cent. This is 2 per cent, more than the Interest which supervises intermediate credit banks, to which the loans would be turned over. Vnder present plans, loans would be granted farmers on easy security with the indorsement of the credit agencies. ' In event the bankine reDresentatlvea . of the state committees agree on the 1 proposal, the lederal farm loan board, I which cnnumic - . in.m.ji.i. , . banks, will supervise the creation of i the credit agencies i it was estimated that $20,000,000 , would be required to feet loan de - mands. 1 Henry M. Robinson, member of the J Dawes reparations commission, has been called here by President Hoover ! to direct establishment of financial credit relief for drought - stricken dis - tricts. The Los Angeles banker who sat with Charles G. Dawes and Owen D. Young In the formulation of the Eu - j ropcan financial setup, will arrive congress for flood relief and storm ! ffJS , d02n SUt" Wl . be used for seed loans to drouaht - ; stricken farmers. Under the terms of the act. however it can k .a i i t i. " " vl"J I " vu.inia. uniO, MlSSOUIl and Montana. The emergency feed and live stock railroad freight rates now in effect in the east and south will be extended to Western drought states Friday. Lerge trgei MUed Feeds. Although reporting that recent rains had Improved pastures. Alexander H. Legge. chairman of the farm board, today urged farmers to serve mixed feed to live stock as a means of preventing an acute shortage In fecdstuffs and a possible increase in food prices Reports from the drought areas, he said, indicated that the general feel ing of agriculturist affected was improving. One of the encouraging signs in the situation, he added, was the absence of any 'stampede of live stock to market." "The quicker the farmer gets his , iana seeded to nermit a rhuntn nf riiet ! for - the animals and give them a new , meal ticket, the - better we will jrt through this situation." said Legge j jPaper Doubtf Drought Is So Serioua. ; pavuac r - rrv . - i ,r p , whil, VnLi t. . I . ' u r. 1 wnile committees met here j today in midwestern states to consider means of relieving farmers in the t drought areas, the Dally Drovers Tele, gram here exprcoted doubt that corr - i ditlons were as serious as nortraved. their way back more distressing Telegram says "A week am mere was not a cneer.ul farmer in the middle west, but then came the rains and when the smoke cleared JJJW, agefl much feared' HIGHER COURTS' RECORD : srrRKMK f 't KT MI.M'TKS j'9 Walter H Ha'v vi jl1n r.ee : :i:nt r nir h - ief r:) H T TlaviJin v "rute of In - !:ai.a Newt'.n ( c. A r rw llee 1 netitioa ,or "m ; aitem.atf rm - RT mim tk? - II . .. Tr : nur, Arm r Irwln - L mow irr.rriv. a )i iniat rato - .1 a! Rae. tho omew C. C. Atpel.'ee trust company' brief 1 v".. - , jn - irr;? itoo'.lna v. ' '"1 I a 1, 9 rw . . . . I ' ' . ... . lo aiidf ofiinion. witfl notiee. APPELLATE rOCRT NEW SPIT H:rrt. Jaeb iVohTelrf rt al. v. Daiay n 3anika Mmnn m r nee,r.i Aa - "'r - eiii or error in term Bond PURE LINSEED OIL $1.17 Per Gallon Marion Paint Co. 34 ft. Meridian St. Riley I1C9 DROUGHT AID MAPPED