The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 24, 1927 · Page 12
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TWELVE THE LI MOLS STAK— MOM)AÌ\ OC TO HER 21 , 1927 . Market Quotations Chicago Stocks. fiRAIN J^ARKI.Ti* By Ih* AMoctated Pre. " Ciili’ACiO. Ocf Wheat rallied today after agam b cakina the low price record* for ‘he aeiwn ow.ng largely to the big crop move.iven. In Caa- )%iotatlona fttrnlshed by Jaekson Bro*. * CO, 51* Federal Trust Building, Lincoln Neb.» Close Armour As Co. pid ........................ 61 \ Armour A Co. A ............................... si Auburn Auto ...............................................102 Bulaban A Katz ...................................... 59'» Commonwealth Ediion ............... .18« j Consumer* Co.............................................. 7's .rrrza. Ubby, .McNeill A Llb\)y ........................ 10 - Midland Steel .......................... 69 Omaha l.lTestoch. National Leather .................................... 3 • By the Associate.. Pies."; Public Service ............................................ 53 u 3y the A*-o:lated Pres; uMAHA. CCt. *4 r ^ o Motor .................................................. 35 . hEc. yC;RK. O t 14. : CATTLE Rtce p.*. 18..00. .v4o icay s hb* a ? Co.....................................................110 An oter-extenslve short interest In many I t«'» of c i-.e f, ,«P International ............ ,■ 3. „ .... ®‘ western .a.gcr», auu tie suyp, Stewart Warner ............................................... 68 » i ftock* wa* given a severe twist in todays j w .. s mithe. la.ge uvf v.r., at- xhomp on ...................................................57 i i ght A Power............................ 96 ■. j Battery ............................................ 37 U POGROM STORIES HEARD AT TRIAL XI.W YORK STO( K MARKET. Attempt to S h o >v Schvvartzbard Killed to Avenge Race. *Gold Brick Financing’ Takes ,Over Billion From American Fublic Each Year, Sags Riehl Xhe rallleo were in cu.inectio.i wlih stock market when op*rators fjr Ih* ai- ; tractive, snort f.a sl.e.s were iu t..e united L 479.000 bushels decrea'C of thi U. S fup- var.cc mustered their iorc.*s fur a vigor*! joniy and i^.a on a slcauy D... ^ .a j Vesta Ba Sl^omestirwhriV'from -«paign. Hop.* or a good rally had I ^;iJ‘iread;' iu’d mr"* w'a/ c‘oi« ^e a.l ’ li were more than 30 000 . 00 » aruu>eo by me murm i , mdi.iereuce , ui ...e mark t to. ereater than t le saim penoi | over Sunday new* ol an uiuavurable • jows and ueifc.s ya..i.ul.rL on s.. ppmg f.., »«.r* ' ‘•“»«•-cter. gaius anu on tanners and cut.e.s. c-PP-» . 1 »,. raiHarf infhieiiced hi' csport Thls Included the Iransforming of larg> of lock catl.e and .eedlng s.ee.s cjni...uea Wrlgley Yellow Cab 62 48 New York Curb Stock?». demand for corn at the Wheat closed unsettled at the saiiu' as Saturday's tinish lo »c lower, corn unchanged to xc off, oats a .-hade to . tu *-.c ndvftnce, i»t)ci provisioíiíi ironi 83c decline lo a rise of iOc. , SI tinnit w.'iest was «C i.ei lower to an deficit of more than u iO, shown in oiicen under a uroad co«nt.y a nia..u bauirday's report, expli.'.i uet »lU o. the | t_L».SE va tie: rcv. steeis aad yea*‘l..gs new Ford car which is rxp.f;te;l to fur- i slow, s.eaay, quality mo.-i.y m.wiun <il&h powerful competition u otner auta- mouile makers. Some tiq .idtttlon of imp .Ired mirginal accounts occurred at the uuL.el. bu va- Neb.i American Oas A El c. look is less pest Im.Stic owing I moisture in diy sections. i.e p.u nasides live uoul uuomllons today were up i, iiuernauonai nt wer than Lue and the aim.uni of wheal * mercial »otveiu.* Buldw I ..eeaii oassaae Showed an lncrea-.e lO.n ? ♦. and Caae Threshii lower -------- — on ocean passage showed over last week and a year ago In adolllon to the fi ct tl.al today s receipts of corn 1.» CniCago were o.i a much laiger scale than tf late, aov.ces were at hand that the I lin i.n> c op is turning out to be of a quamy easier handled than last year when a larrg portion of the crop was unsound Favorable of new corn from (.klahorna. gooa, she s.ock s.ow. ».t. ov, b-lis wea.v to 2oc low r, veals a..d Tav.s i..Uy 5üo lowe.; sio^kers and .ee .e.s, aCv.vt. st.'a.«ji to stroiig, .ed steers a.iu >ei»r,l.ig.>, *.*.«-> Carlb Syn Sub ... »tli.oO, yearling, »la.7a; grass he .ers, c.tles Se.vice .............. af Soiita.Oo, gia a toa-. ..i.uu.iBOo, vula Coat. Oil ....................... all cutters, aago'fiS. .o, medium bui s S6.UJ General Baking, A 'u6 60. goou ana c.iuice vea.s. »IL.Ott Oetierai Baking, B 13.00, h. avy calves. »« OJiiO-uO; sio-Xers im. Pi-iroleum ...... ana leeucr», J8.iovti0 .0; >e«r tug , »11.2» Mohawk Hud. Pow.-r HOCiii Ueceipts. t.iOO, i.aae was ex- Mountain Producers . trcmeiy A.ow inroughout t.;e Uay a. pricaa prairie Oil A Oas s.l«nii> lower than thuse apparent a. the i salt Creek Quotàttons furnished by Jackson Bros A Co.. 519 Federal Itust Building, Lineóla, '^‘B''a““Asked to'the sfsYid by 'the defense In* Hs to school, that they swap "sucker ; ties of the possible victim I have name'as J. 'R. Jarvl.s of Omaha, who ue . 10 .' effort to show that Schwartzbnrd. Itsts" and that they learn the nuU- here some actual sucker list curds.; w PARIS. Oct. 24—(/P) ling of lawyers and ’«'dlam of noisy controversies that have characterized the trial of Samuel Schwartz- bard for the assassination of Gen. 'S mon Petlura, Ukrainian separatist leader, thus far, was replaced today by sobbing and weeping as witnesses pre.sented descriptions of massacres and pogroms in thd Ukrai-e in 1919. The first wtoman witness called HOUSTON, Tex.. Oct. 24—tl. N. S.>—"Gold irick finaiuing" takes from the American public in excess of one billior c.ollars a year, Tlie wiang- » Rjehl. general manager,of not do—it would build up an almw.t certain sales resistance. And so the stock promoter deals in French and Lat.n names.” • Suckers Termed "l.lllles." Stock promoters proceed on the | REED MAY FACE SERIOUS CHARGE Alleged to Have Abducted (iirl; Taken »After a Chase. H. D Reed, ex-convict said to the Better Business bureau of St. olti theory. Riehl said, that "once a have abducted a girl late Saturday Louis. Mo., declared in an addre.ss; sucker, always a sucker." and so ^ighi at the point of a gun. will today at the opening of the fifty- i they have sucker lists. The sack- , ^ serioius charge, stated County third annual convention of the ; ers are called 'Jlllies. r««i» xTnnHrtv hut the ex- Amertcan B.inkers‘ association here "There is a regular business toduy. eatJioilnK the,..- sucker lisUs." Riehl "'tXmlned ‘ continued. "The names are bought «.Lrf bv officers and sold like cattle. Notations are' capuneo _ o> oiutei. Stock crooks utilize a highlv’ organ zed system to mulct the publie i such à huge sum amntally. lie mode of the mental attlfude, the • sa’d, pointing out that thev c.èn go temi>eraments. and other peculari- after a chase and a fight. Say Keed .\nned. According to a man giving lus crrdtt iltuatioii. United Drug and Sterling Praduci* were up 7, International Harvehiei b ». j , Com*, Baldwin anu Hru-ilon Oil ___^ . .. _ Threshing Machine, Arne.- close of la.st weeii, 1’k.p lo. the da., ca­ lcan Lxpre«* and Ofiii'ial A piiaU, 1 crclv. ¡ ,.i.l(), wit.i bu.x of at iiie»u-amy chaiacierue. t .» k-peaii. u».,0 . ■ , of the stock niarke. tooay. Wh.l Ou-' l LOSE Hog.-i; very «low; 15'‘i2.5c lower; Pont wa* opening 2-.C lower nnd Ml.t- most.y 2 ,c ui.; 1.0 to 300 p und l.gnts, land Steel t-roduc.« prefer.e . oowii 3'vc. $.0 35 íb 10.78; 2uO to »80 pjuna cute..ers, We.-tern Maryland. IPet.n.cH Coppe. and jio.i8fiill.00. top, JU.iO. packing sows. Hudson Motor , began the d y a p Int or mostly •a.aSfn«.-0, smcotn I ght oifeungí ibove the week » tlnal .inures ,\ew 3 ork Stork I.Ut I lose. Cblcago Kangr of Prleet. «From th; Updike Orain Co.. 734-25 Tar- minal Bldf .i , open Hlgh, Low ’ Glose . Sat y Wheat May.. Uec. Men Corn May Pec... Mch.. Oats May.. Men .. Iiec... Bye May Dec. .. Men ,. Lara Oct Jan I I I 127'*- 128'3 1126 , 121.2123*3 131-. 135S- 126-» ,l34 , I I t 89S.-1 90 8J .¡82*4- 84 182 * , 8/'i- 87-» I 86 s 127 4- 127 i- jU'i 132«,123 13 j 4- 48V. ., 4M* 45-s .! 99% .i 97 3 , 99-* I 1350-2 12a2 48 ' ' 4948 48*. 'l00*3 * 99 ', 97 4 96 4 , 99 « 1 98 89 o3 4 86 , 48 4 41'. i 41 45% 1 46 TOO . 91 4 99 4 ,1175 1237 1237 89 '« 83*4- r ( *» - 48 4 47 I 45 »I 69 * . »7 .. 98 * 1201 13ij Kansas City Range of fr cea. ip’rom Lanihon Bros A Co . t03 First Nal I Corn Products Ajax Rubber Ai.ls-Chalraer.s ....................................... American Agricultural .............. Ameilcan Can .. ................................ American Car A Foundry .............. American Lin.'Ced ........................... Ameilcan Locomotive .............. American Smelting ....................... American S.eel Po,.ndry ................ Amer.can Sugar Rrflnii g .............. American Tel. A Tel....................... American Wool ...................... American Zinc ..................................... Anaconda ........... ................................... Atchl.vun . . *4 ....................................... AUanllc.'OuU A We.ii Indle.s,. Baldwin Ixjcomotlve ......... . Balianore A Olno ................ Betlileliem Steel , ............ Butte A Superior ..................... California Petroleum ....................... Canadian Pacific Chesapeake A Ohio ................ Chicago A Northwestern Chicago, Milwwuke A St. Paul Chile Copper . .. . . Colorado Fuel . . ..................... Caluinbia cia.s A Electric .............. Consolidated (las .............................. Wheat May. May Corn Dec May Bank Hidg.i j Open High Low I ' ' 'll6'*-U8 116'* I JO’* |132 . ,120 . Clo.se Safy 78% 82 U7%- 117*4 121'»- 121 * I I 78 I 75% 82 81 82’*-i 62',- DAILY CARLOr RECEIPIS. iFMrulahed by the Updike Oraln Co.» CHICAOO— Wheat ................ Corn ........................... Oats . ................... iiMAHA— Wheat ....................... Corn ............................. oat» . ....................... KANSAS cri'Y — Wheal.................. t'orn ........................... Oats ............................ LINCOLN. Neb.. Oct 21 I'odny bat’y 72 524 13 178 71 36 514 63 39 33 2Ii 33 73 5» 3 315 31 13 C ASH DRAIN MARKETii. From the Updike Co iwratlon. 7'34-72a Terminal Bldg . Lincoln, Neb., Od 34, 1621 . Crucible Steel Cuba Cane Sugar ................ l>lawate A Hudson . Erie ....................... Erl,- 1st ptd................................. General E.ectrlc ..................... General Motors ..................... Goodrich ..................................... Great Northern pfd ......... Great Northern Ore ............ Illlnuis Central . ................... Inspiration Copper .............. International Mckel International Paper Kennecott . Leh.gii Valley ..................... Marine pfd................................... Miami Copper......................... National Enamel A Stamp New York Air Brake___ New York Central N Y . N H A* H Norfolk A Western Northern Pacific .................. Pure Oil ....................................... Pennsylvania Ry. .................. Peoples Oas................................ Pittsburgh Coal ................ Pressed Steel Car ................ Reading . . Republic Iron A Steel . . . Southern Pacific................... Southern Railway ................ Studebaker Corp....................... I'exan Co........................................ Tobacco Products ................... Unlo I Pacific ............ . .., United Cigar Stores .. . . U S. Industrial Alcphol... U. H Rubber U B. Steel . W-.stingtiouse white. While Motors WiUys-Overland ( hirago <'a«h drain. CHICAGO. Oc; 34. barley 74<.t«lC „ W HEAT No 4 led. II 23 *. NO 2 hard. II 21 *4 f'l I 23. No 2 mixed. 1121. COHN No 2 mix d. 62'»c; No, 3 mixed. 80'4 4i81c, No 4 mixed, 75'it78‘*c; No 3 vellow. 14*.c No 3 ve low. h3‘4'-i»3c. No 4 yellow, 7»'o80e; No 3 while, 63'4'«83‘,c No. 3 white. 80 ‘-j'«( 81 *»C, No 4 OAT s ’ no *^' 1 while 49c: No 2 vvh te. Sinclair Oil ......... 47*4'II 49c. No. 3 white. 45', M 48*4C. Nevada Consolidated RYE No 1 1101*. Texas Pacific Coal A Oas . . Coca Cola . ..................... Mt I ouls » axh (.rain. Elkhorn Fuel ......................... FT I.OUI4. Oct 34 Freeport Texas .................. WHEAT ic up; No 2 red. |l4o.il4l: General Asphalt No 3 red 1137. No 3 rs, llS0ml 36; No. Gulf States Steel 5 ri 1113 No 1 hard, 1131*., No. 3. International Harvester hard ’ II 23 ' no . 2 mixed. 1133 Louisville A Nashville COHN Steady to %u up. No 2 mixed. Mack Truck 8lc No 3 mixed. 80c, No 4 mixed. 7«C. Marland Oil ............................ No ' 3 yellow. 83%c; No. 3 vellow, 81‘»-vt Mid States Oil ..................... 83c No 4 yellow 79.itOc. No. 3 white. Mullnis Body ........................... five, No 3 white. 80%c Owen Bottle ........................ OATS Steady to *sO up N • 3 white. Pacific Oil 4«'*c No, 3 white, 4T»»t4#c; No 4 white, Pan-Amerlcan petroleum Producers A Kefniers ... ^ Keaiing.«,» ......... Kan.aa ( Itv ( ash drain. Ho.al Dutch K.ANSAS CITY, Oct 24 Hears Roebuck WHEAT *.c lower to c up; premium.^ st Louis A San Fran . firm, Nc. 3 red. It 34, No 3 red 11,13. ; 81mm* Petroleum No i hard. II 1 »'*'.i 1 37, No. 1 dark hard. , Stewart Warner ............ II 281 45% . No 3 hard. 81 18’, •'1 37, United Drug . .. No 3 dark hard, |1 35«i 1 40. No 3 hard. Vanadium Steel *1 18«(il38. No 4 hard, II I8«<il3:, No 2 Chrysler Motors mixed, II ao***<l 23*4. No .3 m xed, ll.liH 137, No 4 mixed. II ISvi I 30*.. CORN No 3 white. 7.C, No 3 wiiKe, 75*»c; Ho 3 yellow, 80c. No. 3 yellow, 79c. No. 3 mixed. 75e, No 6 mixed. 70c OATS Unchanged to *.o up. No. 2 47c, No. 3 white, 46tiC. . 7 4 110 / ; 91*. . 6!) , 100 . 160 » . 46 . bC i .173*. 31 . 6 . 41*. 185 » , 33*4 255 116 . . fcl 4 8 « 23 I .185*-. 2:),t V . 89 15', 34 . 78 a rj : 110 i 56 . . 82 J 5 . 184 . 62 1 60 T , 123 121 4 72% 96 . 23'» 13J ' 184'-j 63', . 67 - 71% »2 . . 34 14 . 24'. 39 I 1.59 53 _■ 185 . It 4 26 6» . 153 53 69 IU6 4 57 121 130'* 53 51 94*. up to 18 65; tee-er pigs, most.y »lo.cu.i 11.00, average tost 8a u.d»y, *,0.34; we ght 268. for the wi-ek. I 0 21. welgni 281 Monday'* Representative Hales. No. AV. Dk Prde No. Av Dk. Price Southeast Light A Power Standard, Im-lana ............ Stanaara, Kausa.n ................ b;andard, Nebraska ......... Stanuara, Kentucky ...... United Oas A Imp................ United Light A lower, A U. S Lgnt A Heat ......... 4/ , . 18 , , ■.»*4. . . 6». ... 31 . 39 . .24'» 4a . , 2» .. 31% !. 15 r 43 . .08 * ,.104 -4 . 14*. 62 ,.ith the girl early in the eve- maddened by the horrors of the nients of "gold brick" financing One reads; 'Hit the chap for a ning, Reed held up the pair east of 1 «.» pogroms, had sought to avenge hi.s through study and application of thousand shares—he owns a Pack- the Jewish cemetery north of Bel- .a * ! face by killing Petlura, was Haiai various tyjyes of fraud. They are aid.’ Another says; ‘Soak this bird' niont 4k little before midnight Sat- 31*4 3 * 31*4 *9 2*9 *'i JI . ,3 .■ 16 49% 119 , lu»'. 14-4 64 42 316 250 I 9.00 57 291 33 365 53 326 49 179 80 230 66 363 33 243 80 no 40 50 0 60 10 00 10 50 10 75 10 85 11.10 41 326 40 333 53 -371 78 306 40 2.3 21 238 26 233 0 19 2. 9 5» 9 15 lO 10 .Jo i9 10.uJ . 10 81 11 OJ BH l EK kec.iy...,, i4,(00 The local sup ply of fal lanibii, wax of Ju t fair yro- portloms and with the run of some eastern Kinds, father heavy, p^ck^rs wt/ i»ear- l.sh and trade la fat lamb* slow 'w.th tn* undertone weak, ceinand was good ,or the lew leeders on sale and prices lulea fully steady lo stiong wt h aged sheep g net ally South St. Paul l.Destnrk. tU. S. Dept, of Agrl.t Bv the A-vsocaited Press. SOUTH sr. PAUL, Minn . Oct 21 CATTLE- Receipts, 16.300; steer.s nnd yearlings, in moderate supplyt earlv .sd- steady to weak: bulk salable, $'» 25m 10 50 late sales Saturday included nuine.ou cars, 19 50m 11.50. outstanding klnd.s to 112.00 and 112.25; both horn.'d ana dc horned offerings at latter price; che stock unevenlv lower, grades steady good and choice kinds, weak, bulk sal tble, 16 00 U 7.25, heifers. |7 00'ii8 25. cutter. * 4.0 5.50; bulls, mo.stly 16 25; stockerr and feeders active, fully steady; buix sttfcr.'». i7 0t»<o7.75, cows and heifers, $5.00'n 7.00,. CALVES- Receipts, 2,200; vealerj, 50; lower, largely $11 50. HOGS Receipts, 17,000; very slow most Greenberg, who told of massacres she hu" witnessed in the Ukrainian ; town of Proskurof in Februarv. ! 1919. Her testimony dealing w th the actions of solcliery brought .sabs from Schwartzbard. members of ' whose family were declared to have ■ been the victims in several pro- 1 grams and brought the leans to the • eyes of many spectators. 1 The witness testified that a regi- ' ment of soldiers entered the village broke into the homes, hacked ch^- dren to pieces, cut arms and legs off men and women, later kill ng them, and violated girls, afterward murdering them. As she related her .storv. she kept -sobbing: "I can't forget any of these things. I can’t get them out of my mind.” The sold ers billeted in lier home, she pid. remarked frequently that Petulra had ordered the ‘pogroms psychologists, too. for a thousand shares—he's a sweet urday nigiit. The couple was parked “You nevbr heard one of these mixich.’ Another .says; "Handle this on a side road, he said, when Reed promoters use such a name as guy with kid gloves - he's never pulled up along side of them, and ■Blatz,'" said Riehl. "This Is a been burnt before.' ” with a shaky hand pointed the gun harsh putteral gothic name, likely Riehl concluded by telling the in his face and ordered the girl to to jar the sensibilities of victims bankers how the Better Buslni'ss tet out of Jarvis car and into hl.s when talking to them over the tele- , bureaus of the country were com- machine, phone. 'Thi.s is Blatz talking’ would ; batting the "gold brick " evil '’T l ! s E Shpcp lombs. slow, to 25c low- bids *nd lew esriy sale*. 25 to SOcJ^ower bulk fat range Iamb, Il3 35f^l3 49; than lan weeks close, mostly $10 90 fir er; bulk fat range , ----------lop. 13 40, natives. 112 60m. 12 15. top, 119 00, fed c.lpped Kmos, around pound average*, ,11 25; ye»rllng -, I* ouvi 6 25; sheep and feeders fully steady; ewe top, $6 0j; fi eal .g .arnbs. 112 75x413.50, feeuing ewes, |3.50m5 00; ewes sul able for one year's service, upward to 17.25. TWO POLICEMEN ADDED TO FORCE A Move Made to Oust Duvall Several Officers (íet New .\ssii»nim*nls in Reorganization. '4'he escort was ordered lo drive ahead of Reed who turned north at the first crass road. Jarvis retxjrted the affair to the police at once. Tliree police cars were sent out in search of the alleged kldnaptver All of the {K>hce on night beats were notified and a two hour hunt ensued Shortly after 2 o'clock Sunda> morning Detective Leon Towle phoned Into the station that he had 180 to 200 averages; early lop. 110 50; bld- ¿5 ding around 19.25m 9 50 for light lights;, most $9 00'x9 25 for sows; plg.s, 25c lower; | bulk, 19 .40; average cost Saturday, 110 30 | weight. 214 SHEEP Receipts, 18.000; run inost'y North Dakota -with a fair showing ol na- | live offering*, one load direct end four i through Included; op-nlng slow on lamu*. ! bidding around 25c lower or 412.00m 13 00 ' for tat lamb*; steady on culls, sheep ! stYady; most fat ewes to packers. $5 00'<; i .'»•T-rtir R.rstnts «,00 tctive corn * ***'“' included one deck year- CATTLE 7722, wethers, 91 Ib.s.. at 110.00. Hloux City Livestock. tU. S Department of Agriculture 1 By the Assoc.ated Press ^ BIOoX ClIY. Cct. 3» feds very »ca.ce, . _ strong, Stocker*. 25c h gner, fed steers and Kan««, r’ltv iiav yearlings. »10 OtnulS Ok. grass steers, lb OJ Kan«*» City Hay. - »i(,ll 50, grass heifers, *i 00m9 50 giass By the A.ssoclaled Press cows. |5.aOM8 25. all cutteis. »4 00 .i e.Ja; j KANSAS CITY. Mo . Oct. 24 . .»na*. t. *$_ A/* V a*4>»4. ^ — — . _ . NEW U. S. ENVOY AT MEXICO CITY Press »\pparently Pleased With Coming: of Morrow. INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 24 A^) — Quo warranto proceedings to bring about removal of John L. Duvall a.*? i mayor of Indianapolis were filed in ^ ind. t the Marion CountrCircuit court to- day. The suit was filed after Mayor Duvall had declined to re.slgn from the office he has held since Janu- i According to Towle. Heed was first sighted near Arbor, .several miles north of Lincoln. lie would not stop and officers were afraUi to try lo ra.ss him because of a ary, 1926. The action was brought | Hpn« nitrh nn hmh «itHe«. of the ro«d The second readjustment of the by a of attorneys who have ■ -^he wild chase continued Into Lin- Lincoln police force, plannea to in* contended that Duvall is ineligible | officers fired seven shota and both rear tires w#te punctured. But Reed would not stop. He was finally curbed at Twenty- first and Vine streets. The girl who was almast hysterical was scratched and somewhat bruised, according to officers. , » ' Later offlcer.s brought in a gun Oificer i holding pilbhc office for four years | vn-hlch w'as found near Twenty-first crease the generaJ e.Lciency cf tne , to continue in office as a result of department, was announced Mon- 1 the Jury’s verdict in Criminal court aay by Chief of Podce Peter John- when he was ftvund guilty of having stone, Tne chang." cails for an in- ' violated the corrupt practices act. crease of two men. One new night In addition to placing Duvall’s patrolman was taken on about a punishment at thirty days’ Impri- weeic ago sonment and a $1,000 fine, the jury The chief chrnge comes on the ruled that he be disbarred from desk sergeant. Bergeant Jake White, : who has held that position, w.ll I 1 have a day beat * MEXICO CITY. Oct 24—(AP)—i The two motorcycle fhotg:un The arrival of Dwight W Morrow sQuads which will operate at night night side of the force. -------- , ^ ^ . Clyde Waite will be transferred from November 2. 1925 the date ot from the shotgun squad to acting fhe alleged violation of the law, Un■ der that finding, the attorneys held, Duvall never has legally been mayor of Indianapolis. vftti*. I7 00IU14 00 . bulls 15 25m7 00 , If««-; HAY Steady to 1 - 00 lower; receipts, 250 ' newlv appointed American ambas- i adll include Oificer Bob Davis who r-Vve.*’i«®K U bo *‘^o^k ^'^oYi^^is i «ador toTexico^ t?hafid^ ecíSrili : will be transferred from the day ... 7— ........ .«4,,».««ft »«..«, ]y today in both of the city’s lead- «^de and Officer George Meyer, who 6 50. stock heifers, »6 504i8 50. IlOOS Receipt ., 4,000; 15'<i !5c lower, top. $10 90, 160 to 2C0 liOjnd», |i 50 a 10 la; 200 to SOO pound.', 110 75*1.0 90. StO to 40 pounds, llO SOHiOSa; sow», 18.50.(9 50, mostly 18 85!« 9 35. S'«g>. »b.tOAio 7,; p.8«, I. 00Mil ÓJ. SHEEP Recelpt-x. 4.SCO. 25c lower; native lamb.4. 113.25. t'w«s. 16.25, w.itern let'deis, 113 25. ( hlragu Livestock. (U 8 Department of Agriculture, i By the Ast>uc,a4ea 1 re.ss. CH»CAOO. Oct 24. HtXlB Rtcelpta, 45,0»0. uneven, 10 to 26c lower, le-ist decline on d » ra. D butchers. 230 pound» up, lop *11.85, bulk good 260 ■ ■ — • LINCOLN CASH GRAIN. LINCOLN, Neb., Oct 24 The following are car-h puce* paid for grain In the Lincoln market: WHEAT No. 2 hard. $1.08; No. 3 hard. 11.06; No 4 hard. 1104 CORN—No 3 white. 67c; No 3 yellow, I gratulatTon in the fact that Mr and cho.ce 200 to 260 pound"., *lu 90 «11.50. few sales bu>ch*ra, JfO to 300 pojnds, llt40Ailll0, weight 150 to no pounas, mostly liO 00»« 10..5; lew packing sow», 19 . 75 « 10.00. bulk, I9 00M10..0; pi»», mostly I9.00M9 75. roasters in sn-.'C supplì », .. » *11.75'« 13 24, largely; heavy we.ghtw 2 0 ip _ . I86‘"j 350 pound. 4 , »11 00 « 11 64; medium »00 to ! 10 &ld. 33*. i 250 pounds, 110 75 m 11.65, light 160 to 300 pounds. 110 00 «11 15. light (Uhls. 130 to 160 pound.*, 19 00« 10.lO, picking sows, rough and sinoo'.n, 18. .5'(( lo.OO. slaughter pg. 90 to 190 poundi. mei-lim good and' COTTON choice, .8 76'« 10.u 70c. .... - • Liverpool Cotton. B" International News Service, LIVIRPOOL. Eng.. Oct 14 COTTON -Spol cotton was In good demand here today with prices steady Sale* totaled 7,000 bale*, receipts, 14,000 bales. Midlands fair was quoted at 12 49iL; strictly good mlds, 11.99d., good micix, 11 64d.; strictly mlds, 11 29d., mlds, 11*0 d.. Ing newspapers, which see ‘in his being promoted Irom cay driver, designation ap auspicious change Tliese officers will b? acc mpanled for healing impending difficulties • on the night runs by Officer Hallo- between the two countrie.s. way and some other niglit patrol- ExcelMor finds a source of con- Driver Gene Masters who has URGES SUPPORT FOR ORCHESTRA and Vine streets which is said to have been thrown from the car b> Reed. L1N(OIA MEN »VRE FOENI) ENTITLED TO (H)MPENS»\TION Morrow is not a “diplomat." because. it says. Anierican diplomats in Mexico of latf^ years have not gained prominence for their spirit of justice or their proper understanding of Mexican affairs. The paper declares that this condition Total compensation amounting to ' $3.600. with medical and hospital 1 .»». 4 I exjiense in aditlon in found to be Berrv Says Lit tie Svni- due Harry E Geiger of Lincoln from Fred W. Putney, the Glolie Delivery Orllt! iViaNW'Ii» >AllU liaa . • * * c vv . « »«laav/, v*»w «. he night shift will be the phonV Step rorward in ¡Co. and ther sureties, in an awaru -. A new night driver w 11 '-»*•/«• i made by State Labor .sec'retary. on ,’ed William Manier, 673 AlUSlC V ircles. i account of 80 per cent i>ermanent been on the day driver, be employ Soutli Twentieth street, is • new officer who will start work on a night beat. itill another change may be Don G. Berry explained the pur- po.se of the Lincoln iLttle Sym- Monday noon at lat this condition ano^nei . phonv orchestra had become so pronounced that ‘^ade in the beats and personal of chamber of commerce Greater President Cooli4ge finally decided the police force in the near future. luncheon. Tlie orchestra T7À\l »PPOlnt a trusted friend, thus according to Chief Johnstone. strictly good ordinary, 10.49d., good or dinary, 9.69d Futures opened steady w'lth January at 10 64d , March. 10 63d., May, I0 82d., July, 73', 53% 136 • 78 4 37*. 14 16', 16 14 . 21 4 8 85 4 81', 41 204 » 146 » ■8 35 % 3*» . 58 4 .. 79% .138 47 New York Cotton. By the Associated Press. NEW YORK. Oct ‘34 implying that matters wFllch might better be understood in both countries are subject to riAtision. El Universal expresses belief that in appointing Mr Morrow President Coolldge played hLs trump card. It says that Mr. Morrow belongs to a CATTLE Receipt*. 27.000; grain ted steers acutely tcaice, market strong, best I yearlings, H'< CO. leavle* helJ «oove H7.29; low grade fat nativ; st.er» and western grassers steady; not much be.f in weiit- ern run; hea y western grass steers up to $14 00, she. stock in llbeial demand, slow, weak, bulik. steady: meO't sausage bulis, I0 25M6 5O. few l».75 to 17 00; ve l.*r», steady to 25c lower; largely »13 00 to big packers. SHEEP Receipts, 26.0C0; fat lamb», fairly active, steady to strong with Friday; . native lambs, |13.50A< 13 75. best held around 114 00; few buck lambs, 100 to 130 pounds, 111 OO'd 11 50. cuiU, 110 Ouv, ,0 7 j , slaughter range laints, a veiy light aup- plv Quality very plain, few good ru4t^ kiier» eligible around IlS.iS, good come- .ft 8*‘0«P 0Í North American “heroes. ceraber, lO.tOc; January, 19^ 3c; PLAN HEARINGS ON CORN TARIFF wa.s organ zed as a step toward fur" thering interest in mu.sic In Lincoln, Mr. Berrv said. , Lincoln has the musicians for a little symphony and the only action nece.s.sary was for some individual disability caused by an accident which happened in August. 1926 Geiger wa.s an auto mechanic and while at work sllpjied off a truck, striking his back on a toe hook He ha.s heretofore been receiving conipensafion at $15 a week, which will count a.s part of the $3,600. Payments are to continue at the same rate. It was found necessary to remove Mome of Geiger’s teeth, and $2:» charged for that .service is also In- Maich, 19 81c, May. 19.95c, Jvily, 19 83c, Liberty Bond«. By the Associated Press NEW YORK. Oct 34. 3*.'s, 101.15; 1st 4 s. 101 16: 1st 4%'s. 103 9; 2nd 4%‘s. 100 1; third 4 ‘ 4 's. lOJ, 3rd 4% «. reg. 100 22, 4th 4%‘s, 103 29, 4th 4 * 4 '«. reg.. 103 25. Treasury 3‘i’s, 106 2; 3‘/». 101 18. MinnrapolU Cash Qnatation». By the Associated Presa. MINNEAPOLIS. Oct 24 WHEAT Receipts, £58 cars, compared to 429 a year ago. C*»h' No. I mrth- ern, It 18'« 125 No. I dark northr|^ Who control the world’s finances and are the only ones admired in I tithe United States, but that Mexico ‘ rCSlflCnl IHCllIlCS finds satisfaction in discussing her «,.«.»^0 ITntil roni- viewpolnt with a prominent mem- IHIIV I nill V om ber Qf the North American plutoc- RAmirfK racy, since, the paper contends, the » iiiissiuii in. Mexlco-Amerlcan dispute at bottom —is nothing but a fundamental eco- namic question and Mr. Morrow Is WASHINGTON, Oct. 24—(>P)— the most capable man lo deal with Hearings on the propasal to tn- or organization to iitart the move to < eluded in the award, assure its success, Mr, Berry sa d. | An allowance of $90 for six week’.' explaining how the junior cfivtsion ' compenisation is made in favor of of the chamber of commerce sjjon- | John A Kuiper against the Ameri- sored the symphony a year ago as ; can Wet Wash Co.. of Lincoln and one of the major projects of its first and ea.stern surety company carry- year. ing its liability risks Thia is due After telling about the buslne«« | to a hernia he sustained in pushing affairs and practice sessions. Mr, a truck out of the mud. Fifty |>er Berry urged the support of the or- ^ cent iienalty is added on payments chestra by members of the senior ^ that have became delinquent. Ho.s- chamber. Four concerts and two Phal and medical expenses are matinees have been scheduled for $13150. economic affairs. crease the duties on com tmporta- the 1927-28 sea.*i 4 in, he said. Mr. Berry w'as introduced by 44 ■ . ftlirt. —iau<«a -»—.fa, . - —— . 3 » .* ' backs. *19‘35; »hcep.>teady. lal iwes. 15 al »piing. choice _to ,f»»cy. II 37m 1 48i *001 Bittiidard Oil ol u( N J Standard OU of Calif. 46 . 73 lOi*', 18 . t.8*. 181 . ra 51 % 39 , 85*4 *,«50. feealng lambs, utiv bulfi 113 75'« 14 50. Omaha ('a«h drain, OMAHA. Oct. 34. WHEAT Unchanied to l*‘,c l;w.«t; No. 3- dark hard. II SO*i 1 38. No 1 hard. Il l«** «1130%. No 2 hard. |115'iMlJ7, No 3 hard, Ill5«il36. No 4 hard, ill«*.*! 1.17, No 1 niDed. II 17, durum tmut. II 10; No a mixed, »mut. »4 14%. No 3 mixed. II 16. durum, 11.18 CORN Unchanged to %c up. No. 2 white. 78c, No 3 while, ',4 «74 ,c No 2 vellow. 77m78c, No 3 velow 75v»7!i’.c. No. 3 mixed. 7fc N 1 3 mixed, 7‘c. »b, 75c. No 4 mixed. 7Jc. *b. 74c OATB Llenerallv unchanged No I white. 4«'-.c N> 3 wh;t", 45«46‘jC. No ‘ 3 white. 43 , m 4.5c RYE Unchanged *0 * c I 0 «er. No I lie 89**c. No J l'9 ,'.. 90.' No S. 89c BAin.EY No 2 har:e>. .ampie, 89%c; .No. 3 barlev, 68 * 16 « ‘*c 4 hlragn (X *h Quatallan«. By the A.xoctated Pre»» CHU AGO. Ill , Oct. 24 WHEAT No 4 red, 1123% N' 2 hanf II 31 %M 1 33 ctlRN No, 2 mixed, 82'.c No. .1 mixed 8(1'« i»8lc. No 2e yollow, §4%c OATS No 3 white. 47*4-I 4»C. RYE No 1. II 01', BARLEY 74', m 81 c TIMOTHY HEED IJ 40-' 4 L' CU9VER SEED 120 !M>««37 35 I hlragn Balter and I gr« Bv the A'iociaied Pie»v I HICAGO, I'rt .4 BU'TTER Uiaer rete pt*. £58» tub*, creamery extra., X.* taudards 43o: extra fl*ti^. 43 s.'4ic fli.t-., 40'< 4l‘-c second« 16«38',r EG(«S Unr an**«', reoatpt-. 8 £3: r*«e», fir*t* 14 >i 40i ordlr.srv ftr»t;, 28 ■’Oc. 1 l\t <11 S 110(1 M 8KKI r -Lli ■•oln Pxrkii)« Price« LlN-'tiLN (V 24 HCXIB Butcher», 300 to 350 lb 11 O 0 « (K’E Light.-;. 150 to 300 Ibk V 10 10(9’ l.lRht*. too to 150 Ih« a "Tj 9)5 Butcher*. 150 lo *00 It'« '< 50 . 10 00 Heavy butcher* }C0 t-v 310 ib 9 7* -. <1 n- . w . i'.g iow 'i a 00 .1 9 x 0 Rtaga .................... . 8 0ÖV. 7 00 I H- 10 3 ; 1 htr»ce r«t»lae« B" I' -' Ai- 'c ated I'rr*. POTAT-'EB H<c \y.t-. .-'.'i r 1 ■.« o- track ‘"’'A total t’ s «htpmen*» ««»ur- ray Ml* S'.ndsv 4* tiadns f.lr "larcet 'ead< W - « « ■, '-.k'd , id white* »1.4'. 1 Cj» few -iiade h g'c r MU- iie*.jt* NoMb l'*k?M». i«ck»d rc cid ah’-« II 40< 150 sacked Bed R«er .h. »1 1 145. Idaho sacked r. r- ’• » 15 c :* <*< ked Pu."et*. II , Ml few |7 to Kansa 1 City L*«e*lock. (U 8 Deportment or'Agriculture 1 By the As'CC.ated Press. KANSAS CITY. Oct. 34. HOOS-- Rec'Ipt'», 8 000; »ow, uneven, 10 to 25c lower, mo»fy I. i MSO c lower than I Saturdaly'x average, p ckli g sow* very ' dull; stock pig», xtead<, top. Ill 15 on 235 ------------ ! lo 240 pjundf, bu k de* rable 150 to llO Sopplemenlal New York Stock 11st. ^ pounds, 19 75'« 10 60; 180 to 210 pound», (Quotation» furntahed by Jack*uit Bros. 81 I $10 60M II 06; 220 to 335 pounds, 110 85!<t Co.. 619 Federal Trust Bldg . L.ncola U >5; packing sows, |8,76M9 60; »lock pig». CIo*o 19 75*110.50 129V. CATTIJC Receipts, 33,000; calve». 6,000, I5c h'gher; , to cho'ce. ti 24'« 1 38. ordinary to good, II 19»« I 28; No 1 hard tprlng II 23*( I 4o; No. 1 dark hard Montana, on track, $1.18 '«136; to arrive, same December, 1120; March. 11.23, May. II 21. CORN No 3 yellow. 78'«78*,c. OAT8 No 3 white, 42%*»44%c barley 67M74C. RYE No 2. 91%M92‘,c FLAX No I. l2.0J«i2 08 Nebr.) American Radiator American Water Work» A l F.lec .. 81 Atlantic Refining .117'» Barnsdale Corporation. ‘A" ..................... 22'« Continental Motara ..................................... 9% Continent»! Can ....................................... 74% Canada Dry 47% Coco Col* 121'* Congoleum 22% Consolidated Cigar ........................................77 i’a«e Threshing . . 268 Dodge .Motors. 'A" 15 Dodge Motors. ' F' 62 I)u Pont de Nemou» 312% Elec Refrigerator Corp 106 Eaton Axle Co 33 % Flelschniann Co , . e3'» Famous P!aver«-Laskv 106 FUk Rubber Co 16u. General Cigar . 68 Inland Steel ....................................... 50'» Hudson Motors .... 68x* Krexge Co 68 Liggett Ac Myer* 119 I.«>ew». Inc . 67S Lambert Co 84% Mo. Kan. & Tex R R 43% Montfomery-Ward .. "8 M!»*-ourl Pacific R R .54 N*«h Mo'.ors ... 83 Naiionai Distiller» Product«................46 % North American Co ...... ... 57'^ National Datrv . 60', Phillip« Petroleum . 42% Packard Motor» 45'» Pullman Co. .... 78% Public Service of N J ... 41*4 Radio Corp of America 73 Heal Bilk Hosiery . 33 . Hock Diand R R .. . 10% Simmon« Co . ................ . 54'X Hkedy Oil Co 36% Tete» Gulf Sulphur ...... 68 % Timken Rolyler Desrlngs 112** Warner Hro* Picture» 24\ Western Maryland R R 45 i liberal proportion of run .New Vark Butler. By the Associated Press. NEW YORK. Oct 24 BUTTER Unsettled; receipts. 3.409 tub», creamery, higher than extraa, 48‘":'fi49c; . , . creamery extras 193 »core», 4Bc' creamery * f first* («8 to 91 scorei. 4J'*4«47%c; pack- feeder steer»; trade on the«e fairly ac- current make No. 1 34%<rt35c Foreign Kxrhanges, NEW YORK. Oct. 35 By the Associated Pres» Great Britain, demand 4 86%; cables Mixed quotations in centa. llngi comparatively scarce, steady; ahe slock little changeti: bulls, steady to weak, vealers, »teadv, welgh'y calvea tertung tower; good fed Kansas steers. 113 i^ki 14 00. choice native* lacking, good to choice fe*flers, $7.10'« 10 00, t-.umerous losd* good to choice, white faced, I#50 Ht Jaseph Livektork. lU S Department of Agriculture 1 By the Associated Press i sr JOSEPH. O't 24 HCXiS- Receipts. 1.500: slow IS to 35e I lower; top, ill 15, bull ¡80 lo .00 pounas, IIO 3561 IIOS, light lights down to 110 00, : pscking sows steady to 25n lower, bulk 19 00 m 9 25. smooth light weights up to 19.75. Stockers ana feeder p gs. 19,15 down. CATTLE Rereplta. 4.503. Calve-., 500. slow: native fed steer* end yearling scarce, steady, few year Ir.g* up to 114 50, kilting rUsse«^ little chat ged; bulk beef covrt 18 35*» 7.50; grassy (laughter he.fers. up to 19 50 cutters. IS25M5 75. bulk medium bulls, I8 00<«8 50, veal top, 113 50, Stockers and feeders moderately active, steady SHEEP Here P’S 4 000, ate dv; 70 pound clipi>ed lamb«. 111.76; .-«me held I above 113 00. medium to goo I native : lamba, 113.50, fat ewe top, 1$ 00 D-nver i.ivestsrk ill a Dept of Agrt > By the Associated Pre««. DENVER Colo . Oct. 31 CAITLE Receipt*. 14 500, active iiick'r and feeder steers, strong to 15c h gner, other classes opening steady, fat h*if»»'«. 18 00.» 9 00. cow*. 18 75*» 7 75; few at 18 00 grade* veals, |13 00'« 13 00. bulls, S' New Yark Hugar. By live A.-itoclaied Press NEW YdRK, Oct .4 SUGAR The raw sugar marke» was un changed earlv today at 4 ««0 lor Cuba better grade* duty paid w ith no »»!•* repurted 15 35 m §75 Ihe raw sugsr futures ma-ket was HOGS Hece.pti. 16 250 eight I'.ads dl- ;te*dv. but trading wa-- of exfeme y rert to packers: 3 loads to Cal’fornia 7 »mall proportion*, with the trade In gen- load* .«n sale, fairly active. 10 to 35c era! Incll’ied to lln'lt o|e*atlona in'! await lower 'w« off more top 11135 rn -ev- deve:.)!oisent« In Cuba N'thing ofiieial *r*l butcher 260 to 310 Ihr bu^k 186 to was repoited from Cub< elthe» a* to the jsg jb* $10 8.5.(1120. most 150 to 170 Iba uat • of the sta'-t of the new crop or |10.50)» 10 75 earlv sale"- parking * 0 * »• to anv reitr'ftlo . plan P-l\ ete ad- |9 35-« • 30. some held higlier. average e.isi vices aid that the ’imii.t! Poultry Eng? Wilson & Dana * Phasie R$.r*V-rslakldbeg 1893. ft« *6 a* Ttk «I Pa*« Cask POULTRY*«» EG 6 S lion decree m»v be d-!i'ed and u -tli th * ii cut of the as. "et* teems 1 « be little ;nc*iitive to make fresh eommUmeni* Pr'ce were -'■-rtdy on a hit'e cnenrg *nd trade buy Ing with offerings 1 gtii and at mid day »ere about net unchs! ged to 1 potn' higher Huf-es* in refined sufar continues of li hand to mouth chsr cter « th price« .-.changed at S.gO to 8 10 for fine granulated leindan Ment.v. By (he Avso>.'iat»d Press LONIX3N. Oct «4. BAR aiLVER 35 11-183 per ounce. M..NEY J . per cent DL- ■ct NT PaTEB. Short fc'U 4 I-li^ 4 . per . i,t T'lree months bilD, 4 5-li ;.-r rem Saturday. 110 58. weight 348 average cost for week 116 50 weight, 361 SHEEP Receipts. 5 760 4 100 .lu through billings, no fat Iamb* void e*rlv talking around steatlv sheep and fe-dr« 'e'dv four load.r 8g-lb Wvomlng feedert, 113 35 odd lots breeding ewe* 18 00’-10 50 per head. I INCOI N PCI I.IBY ANU EdG*. (Quotations by Bamusl L 3ho»tsK.i luINCOlN, Oct 24. boob Strictly fresh, i.oncd farm run. $5 87' 1135: Czechoslovakia 3 96%: Jugo Hlavla, 1 7&. Austria. 14 08c; Rumania. 63%; Argentina, 42 75- Brazil, 1196. Tokyo 46 43. Shanghai. 63 35: Montreal. 100 15% Chiraga Lard. CHICAGO. 111. Oct 35 By the Associated Press LARD $1175 RIB.'t $13 37 BELLI EB $13 35 New York l.|s Market. I NEW Y(3IiK. Oct. 34 By the Associated Press | 5Trm recemts 9 817. fresh gathered extra flrts. 48fi62c; do, firsts, Sivitic, do. vecond* and poorer I m 37 c In storage extra fsncy JS'<iS7c, do fancy 33*9'« 34‘xc. do. g«jod lo prime, 30<« 38c Whites, cioselv r#i,.<'tftrt e'itr«s 7S*i77r nearbv and nearby we tern hennery white*, firsts to average extraa. 49'*(7tc, nearby pullet;. 37s< 45c; nearby hennery brow ns, extras, eoti Me Cheese. Iirm: state whole milk flats, fresh, fancy to fancy »{»e.ial 37***(29c. state whole milk flat.*, held fancy to fancy »pectai 2T»*t39'-iC New York Turpentine By International New. Bervice NEW YORK, Oet 24 TURPENTINP. Savannah, 48. Now Yori 63c ROSIN Savannah, 87 36, New York, $• 05 New York Monev Bv I ho ^ 'ociated Presr, I NEW YORK Oil 24 I B*R SILVER 56%e per »#unee MEXICAN DOIL'R 43 .c Uuluih Flax By the A . otiaied I re« DULUTH O’ 24 (LOSE Fax OctrbT $2 03 % No- 'inter. $2 03', December. $2 04, May $3 12% New York Melal* Bs International N»w Service N£W YORK 0 ‘t »♦ COPPER Steady, all positions offered at »13 13 % m $ i : as LEAD Unchanged, ail positions offered at fC35 ZINC Weak, all poiilionx offered at FRED INGERSOLL IS FOUND DEAD Omahan Interested In Capitol Beach Concession, Thought Suicide. OMAHA. Oct. 24—fAPI—Fred Ingersoll. 52, amusement park oiier- ator with interests in Lincoln, Detroit, Mich., and Omaha, was found dead In a concession stand at Krug park here Sunday. The doors and windows were tightly closed and gas was streaming from an open jet. No inquest will be held, as the county coronor feeLs sure that the man killed himself. HI health is believed to have been the cause. Mr. Ingersoll was known as the man who made roller coasters popular. He had been connected with amusement parks at Des Moines, tions will be held by the tariff com- jjurkk Harley, pres dent of the jun- mlsslon late in December or the i„_ riivicinn first of January. Senator McMas- «ivision. KKEI* FIKE.MEN ter, repubiicar* South Dakota, was i,^|/«ijq« E» 4 i i c Informed todB.y. r*llwtl I i Under this program the commission will be unable to make a. re- ixirt before March and President Co'*l dge has explained to S-^ra or M<5iViaster that he must await this report before taking action. HONOR IIKAl) CARDINAL. CAHLINGFORD, Ireland. Oct 24 — (Fi All busines-s was susjiended today in Carllngford when the body of Patrick CartTlnal O’Donnell, primate of Ireland, who died Saturday left the rardinal's summer home here for Armagh, the seat of I i I n diocese. A heavy rain wa.$ falling The president has been requested Sunday. A garage at the home o# to increase the duty on com, now M. C. Baines. 3117 N Mtreet, burned amountin gto 15 cents a bushel, by ^ the ground yesterday afternoon. fBfTztme 41 I T X’ I \ 4 \7 cuuces^. /V l»ui aaaieiik ISlJnl ril'.NiI.'A I Vast throngs visited the bedside of the dead cardinal ye.sterday until the sisters began a night long vigil la.si night. Firemen responded to eight caTTs Real Kslatc Transfers. 7*j cents, which he would b? i>er- mltted to do under the flexible provision of the tariff act. wrecked W at ‘BOMBARDS’ CITY #■ Steel Projectile (i o e s Wild When .Attached Line Breaks. ‘’if the FOLLOWING TRANSFERB OF bonfire at C. A. lYipps re.sld^nc^ real ESTAIE Imve l>^en mi$cl^ ra«tt«r% 2741 North Thlrty-eiglith street. ¡«f public (»¿>rd Small damage resulted from a fire I Mabaia T. Rtigcr* to Jcani' ® at a garage belonging to Telesfono .... ‘‘ ’ ‘ ' Rodniznez 401 South First street. A grass fire at 404 E «(treet spread to two sheds owned by O. J. Ostermiller at 416 E street but the damage was only slight, A pile of coal at the Strashelm Co, Fifth and P streets caught on fire yesterday. The cau.se is unknown. ,A cigarct thrown into a paper container at Sixteenth and O xtreels caused considerable excitement but little damage. A flue burned out at the home of J H Venigar, 1711 North Twenty-fourth 80) I'i $11» _____ SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 24- (3P>— street and firemen made the eighth Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Philadel- a twentv-tour-jx>und steel projec- to a grass Ure at Thirty-third phia, and at the time of his death tile, which was shot from the deck bhendan street.s. was still interested in parks in De- of the wrecked freighter Coos Bay troit, Lincoln and Omaha. He had here, yesterday went wild when the Kll H HhzXIvLNli lived here Jor four years, coming pne to which h « ai b en a»*a hed broke. Tlie instrument screeched its way over Lincoln park, side- swljied a residence, tore a hole in a lawn ftnd finally came to a stop Farns'KorU». lot Ì2, block 88, ICty 81.350 Woods Bros to Myrtl#» V. Johi.son, lot 4, block 1, woods Bro" Lakeview Acres ................................................ F C Arnold to Mary F Arnold, lot 6, bloct: 3, Pitcher A Baldwin add May E. Hoover to Claude E, Cartoli and »lie. lota 111-113, «terlliii Place Ezra PhUllps et «I to I/*onard J Brock, e 100 feet i". *» block 6, Belhaiiy ................................................... Caughey W. Honthxell and wife to L E Adair and wife, lot 6, block 10, Woodxdale Fred L Hardy, adinr., to Emma J Lewis, exec., v 35 feel lot F Sub lot 1. « W. Lutle’s sub .................... THE WE.VTIIEK. here from Detroit. Mr. Ingersoll. with several other men. was interested in the scooter ^ ....... ............................... car concession at Capitol Beach, the ailev a miiir from the scene Maasji/k p Y fYYCk PYrx flpah*r»YAr%v et’axrAsnl KJV /'f rk tE . * ' Fslr and unusually warm weather lor ao late In October continues throughout f the Mtx.vlsstppt and Missouri Valiev, and . . , I It U warmer than normal in ail parts f IS I ) A \i ' I#'11 the country except the New England jYl/y .YiNV TsIF states Italn 1» falling In Oregon, Wash Ington and ae»tern Montana It I» 1»'£ In all the rest of the country. THUMAH A BI.AIK. Beach management stated Monday * ^ * wreck concession in injured several jears ago. r»is»ntv c»f nriv»( The projec - DETROIT. Mich . Oct, 24 A. P.i Arthur C. Rich, son of a wealthy Battle Creek. Mich., manufacturer, whose case was advanced for hearing today by the United Btates 8u- Msteorologut Teasperatares, Shostak Service BAT1RFH» i’oulfry. Cream, Kirg» til a* Mk Ol poOMs aud IhMS kàsaa.** gp* ! ptiULTRY iirn*. heavy. lie; hen*, lignt, i IM, henx, Leghorn. 15t, spr.«*'. I7c. i sprli.f*. Leghorn*. I4c. cocks. lOe. pigeons, per oozen, 86c, 4 btcaga Faullrv. , Bv the Associated Pre*» (HlCASiO Oct .'4, POLI.TRY All e - edv rec? piv. 13 ‘car* lowls livi 2St •■p i.gt. i9'22C i turkej*. 3.e:!6f_ ro.i •yt*. lie atc.t !•« 33(, geese, 18«30c Minnespoli llaur. Bv the Afvuciated Pr* -• MINNBA”OLH Oci 74 flour Uik t.augeo I 1 < arloa ^ 1 '1» family patent* quoted as $7 lOtal J* • I barrel m 8g pound cotton aaiuo. Mn t B'.enl* 83.04i bar;-el*, BRAJI «38 8««3(E1t. B ar RILVER Spot. 5g%c ANTIMONY Quoted at $11 (\\SFORB liunSKI). Harry Ca^pord. 818 Houth Fourteenth itreet. wa-' slightly bniised when he walked into a mofJircvcle at Twelfth and Q »treel.s late Monday morning The motorcy-le wa*. driven bv Rkhard Hufnagle According to police reporte, Ca-xpcrd walked agairuvt the red light and bumped into the motorcycle. The motorcycle was gouig north ion Twelfth street and Caspord wa# . *eroi»tog llMs atre«i gumi taak ' Chicago ligntandern Prove SuckerH When Fireman Seeks Hat C IIK AfiO. Oct. 24—wl'-- A froup of innm-ent byNtander« fathered today as Fireman John (oAirave toiled with grappling hooki in Ihe Chicago river. “lie’s looking for a body,’’ aaid the first by%tatider. looking for a body," »aid bystander No. Z. “Ifx a glri." "Ile’t* looking for a girl’s body, ’ <taid the third bystander to the fourth. "Her fellow threw her dow n," "He’s looking for the b<»dy of a girl whoxe fellow threw her down," said the fourth byfctand- er lo the fifth. "Hhe left a note.” "Who wax the fellow?" asked the fifth Innocent bystander of Fireman CoNgrove. "It wa% Fireman Harry Hammergreen." replied the indun- trioiis 41 r. Cosgrove. “| hope Aometvody pours glue in hi* bool a." "And who w.*v the beautful mald«n.’" persiaied the fifth by- fixlander. "What maiden"" axked .Mr. Cosgrove, xtill fishing. "I’m iiMik Ing for my hrimet. Hammergreen knocked it over when we rame down on m lira laal tkighl»** shore was liiu d with Sunday crowds, .sentence al Jackson .state prison watching tlie rescue of the crew, after conviction on a charge of The line was .shot from the ship crlmlniU a.ssau^lt on Miss Louise to set up a breeches buoy The Coos Bay, which ran on to the rocks a few feet from shore Saturday night, wa.s gradually pounding to piece.*. Statewide Flag: Ktiquette Drive Repre.sentative; of all iiatriotlc ' oigaoizatloiiH will meet Monday evening to further (heir plan.v for a campaign of instruction in Hag etiquetu* The meeting will be held at the Lindell hotel CommUtees King, Battle Creek college co-ed. 1925, following an automobile ride At the first trial at Battle Creek, the jury dl.sagreed and the rase wa.5 taken on a cnaneg of venue to the Ingham County Circuit court at MadtAon The second trial resulted in conviction and the sentence of life imprisonment BALTIMORE Walter E Roderick/ a member of the .staff of the Baltimore Sun, was found dead at his home her» Saturday from gas poisoning. He had been depressed becau.%e ot 111 health He the entertainment, the place and bune He served overseas in the the speaker. According to the program com- World war. Mr. R< in W’a.shlngton. D make the campaign a statewide af- 8. N He woi lair, liii; conteinpltttcx broadcaat- old thi.*; week ing the program and the addre.!* in which the flag eiiqueffs* will la- explained. An effort also will M made to have citv tune in The initial progian# of the t%im- naign w I'l be field the 8unday afternoon before Armi.stke d*ay. Additional plaiii. provide for tadio talks each evenmg until November 11, and al.H 2 > one-minute talks in IJ38 ANGELFFÍ fJv- ar C Htabv, 41. wealtliv Inve o -orn brok- r'sriio owners ni the P*''' ' ramo owners in vne ,, ms -If at his Lome her* Sunday F'nends roujd aocrlb« no motive for the suicide Htab ' earn»* here three vrars ago from Di’ven- jxirt, la wh'r* hb pa*-eot' were .vald fo be wealthy re'- dents. H»* Nathan Produ't <#n a mot ; the theaters by former ¡*t>rvice men ture producing rorfx ration, ' Mild others interested In the move, secretary of the company 1 It al»o I. contemplated lo make tlie , survived by iLU widow a I csmps^u ao aiinuid iktfaor. | daughten. PraclpUaU'’ last 24 Btattens— t/iW Hrs Htfciiiarck ., ............. 42 11 Bolsa . • .. 78 64 (I Boston .................... . 62 43 u Buffalo 5« 44 0 Ualaary ............... . 583« u ' diaria» City ................... . . 10:<8 0 Cliarlaston .. • . 8460 a Chayanrja ............. • • • ■ .0 u Chir»i'( . ......... 58 50 u Concordia ........................ 84 48 1/ Davanporl ............. . 73 63 0 Danvsf ............... ......... . 74 43 u lias Moina» ..................... . 78M 0 fiodga City ........................ . 8« 44 II Dubuqua ... Dulntii ............... 73 48 u «3 38 1» Galia-toii . . ... 80 73 1) (ioodiand 84 40 u Grand Junction 74 43 n Haiana 73 42 u Huron 63(3 0 Jarki'»nv Ilia 8« »0 0 Kai •»« City $0 «0 II Kaokuk . ■ 7« 0 II Kii'iXvUla . .8258 u I,artdaa 10 40 4# LINCOLN ,, 83 48 0 Los Ana la'< IrfJUtiVtiia 73 5« u 82 5n 1) Mamptils 8384 U Milii’a*|MiMl Bi Haul 70 44 n Na«r Orlaan* •• 68 0 Na» York . • 6048 0 Norfolk to 6« 0 North Hlalta 8338 (1 Okiahonia City 88 M u fm.Bhm S364 0 HaorU 74.58 I) l-tiuriiis . .8858 (i Hittst urah 1 orlland. - ire .. .0 42 (1 58 it> ><( H.aUiO ■ .78 43 0 Rapid ctt 78 46 u «t l/(Uli 80 sfl (I Halt I.aka city 74 ' 2 u hsii hi'no 88 58 0 a»(i l-rai.ciTo 84 tl 0 Santa Fa ,. , 88 Ji M Battla 5« 81,elidali ■;« 140 e-0’1» Ctt'. kO 440 SpoS'ii.e 4« 01 rp lli((f a i*. M'i 58 It I Oladn «3 53 u "alOiMi.a84 38 (j Wa'tiington ...............$0 4«u WicMta ......... ■ 0 Winnipeg .................. *814 « fUOWHBU* .................. . «1 40 •

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