Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas on October 14, 1918 · 7
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111 - I ! ! 1 I ( 1 2 N —'-1441 ' 1 L 1' 1 W: 11 1'11' 14 '4 1r:1' l : —' '' :141 '- 1 ' 1 N t 1 1 k ' t It 1 1 1 l'4 1410NDAY OCTOBER 14 1918 FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM PAGE SEVEN - 1 - - ----- f 1 ti- i4 sl 'ESTI 1 A IN FORT WORTH DEATHS THS 1 1 4 A -4-1 F 11 g 3 r t ' n4 qi I 4 4 - 1 ( - ( 44 1 t 1E T I -- $ 7 N A : A !e: - ' 1 k 1 4 ' 4 k V ‘414t ': f i 1 1 icks—Mrs Laurence Hicks 614 parents Mr and '11 A AT H I - rs Redford 1 I Nays Street died at her home Satur- daY 1111 --it Funeral services will b He watt a rce d this afternoon from the home of w hel at!41 sister Redford is survived by his 1 widow apd a young daughter Hazel : I rober of both the W O - t 11 il I 1 1 0 1 MONDAY OCTOBER 14 1918 DEATHS IN FORT WORTH Hicka—Mrs Laurence Hicks 614 Nays Street died at her home Saturday night Funeral services will be held this afternoon from the home of her sister Mrs J AV Whittle Winkler—Byran Winkler 2 who died Sunday morning of influenza at the home of his mother Mrs Zome 211l IZcss Avenue viU be buried this afternoon in Oakwood Cemetery Funeral Fer-ices Vitt be held Iran the borne at 4 o'clock stegall--Willidm E Stegall 26 died at lois resitlence 1416 North 1lain Street Satur lay night of Stanish influenza The funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock from the home Eurial was in Mount Olivet -- Pate—Funera 1 services of Mrs Minnie rate 3s who died Saturday of spanish influenza at her home North Commerce Street were held Sunday at 2 p m from the hoole Burial was in Greenwood — Johnson—Mrs Mary Johnson 21 !235 Clinton Avenue died Saturday at her home The body is at the residence awaiting the arrival of a brother-in-law Funeral arrangements will be announced later The husband is a soldier with the Thirty-sixth Division in France Findley—W A b'indley 2S engine Inspector for the Fort Worth & Denver died nt 4:45 a tn Monday of pneuMonia at his home 321 Louisiana Ave-rue His aunt Miss Jessie McCarter and sister-in-law Mrs Julia Findley survive Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday at7ternoon at the chapel Of the Spelman Undertaking Company Burial will be in West Oakwood Rev IL Derry of the "Missouri Avetue Methodist Church will officiate Eeaty—Mrs E A Beaty of Iqllsap 59 died of pneumonia Monday morning at a local hospital She is survived by a daughter Mrs W T Baxter of Fort Worth The body will be forwarded to Milsap Tuesday morning by the Robertson Undertaking Company Mogul—Mrs Mary Mogul 2tl kite of Herman Mogul died Monday moraing of pneumonia at her residence 192ti Sixth Avenue Funeral services will beheld Tuesday afternoon at 2:3) from Robertson's Mortuary Chapel Interment will be in Hebrew Hest Parks—Boone Parks 27 died at a local hospital Alonday morning of pneumonia The body is being held at Robertson's Chapel awaiting the arrival of the fatter J I Parks Patterson—Funeral services for It O Patterson 38 who died of pneumonia Sunday at his residence 3719 Jessie street were held at 2 o'clock Monda2- afternoon from the residence Inter-merit was in Greenwood Patterson is survived by his wife and four ciren The Eagles were in charge of the funeral services — ' Lomax—Miss Nell Lomax 19 who died Sunday mol-ning at her home 509 !Nlain Street will be buried this afternoon in Greenwood Cemetery Funeral services will be held from the resitdence of Mrs E M Britain 1211 Lips-con ab Street at 3 o'clock MilMftIIMIMI Williams—The Robertson Undertak lag Company Sunday received the body of Lieut Boyd Williams who died at Camp Pike Ark Thursday and for- warded it to Spur Texas The parents of Lieutenant Williams were former tag Company Sunday received the body cf Lieut Boyd Williams who died at Camp Pike Ark Thursday and for- warded it to Spur Texas The parents of Lieutenant 'Williams were former residents of Fort Worth Peters—Funeral services for James I The Women's Foreign Missionary ChapmanPeters 15 who died at the Society of St Paul's Methodist Church I 'Masonic Home Sunday night were held will meet Tuesday with Mrs A G at 10 o'clock Monday morning with in- Jackson 1639 Washington Avenue terment following in Polytechnic Cem- I Dr James E Walker representative etery 1 of Evangelist W A Sunday spoke — I Sunday afternoon at the Union Gospel Eubank—The holy of Mrs May Eu- Mission The students from the South-bank 61 who died at her home 116 ! western 'Baptist Theological Seminary South Main Street Sunday was for- !conducted the night services There warded Monday morning by the Bob- I were four conversions ortson Undertaking Company to l The condition of L G Gilbert who 1 Weatherford s -' I is ill at his home on Adams Street I was reported unchanged Monday Hidell—The funeral of Mrs W II I Word has been received by Mr and Hidell who died in Dallas Friday will t Mrs John Moritz of Burleson of the beheld here this afternoon with serv- safe arrival overseas of their son I ices at Robertson's Chapel at 2:30 James Frederick Moritz o'clock- Interment will be in Green- Missionary Circle No 3 will meet I wood Her husband and a son W H with Mrs L A 'McWhirter 2141 AveHidell Jr survive her She was the I rue F Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock daughter of Mrs Fredrika Carter and I Mrs F H Tyson xvill he the leader the late A M Carter I Instructors in surgic-I dressings will — I meet Wednesday at 10 a tn at Red Mel-ester—Mrs Lora McLester 23 I Cross headquarters died at her home 1301 South Main I Street Sunday afternoon Funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock ARMOUR SALESMAN Tuesday morning from Robertson's Chapel Rev Father Park officiating FOR 14 YEARS DIES urvivinz the deceased is her bus- band James G one small child and I I her parents Mr and Mrs J S Ha I -AT FORT WORTH HOME - gait of this city Interment will be in Greenwood i I A IA I 1 1 i A RA C Hartsell—Walter Hartsell 31 who tied Saturday at midnight at a local botel will be buried on the Eagle's lot In West Oakwood Cemetery this aft-moon at 4 o'clock Funeral services be held at Spelman's Chapel Hartsell is survived by his widow and Mother in North Ca rolina Daniels—Mrs Edna L Daniels 21 died at 1:30 Sunday at a local hospital der husband C N Daniels at Waco survives Tile Spelman Undertaking Company Will forward the body Tuesday to Pittsburg Pa for burial I Sedlake—Filneral services for Joselt Sedlake 27 a soldier who died Fri' day at Fort Morgan NVili be held here at lo o'clock Tuesday morning from the chapel of the l'Torth Fort Worth tndertaking Company The body 4 : reached here -Nlonday Interment will t be in 2Iount Olivet -- Fleming—Funeral services for J K Fleming 27 who died Wednesday at I Nashville Tenn were held here at 't 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon from the North Fort Worth Underto'dng Com- 1 any Chapel with interment in Mount Olivet The body arrived Sunday afternoon oavet The body arrived Sunday aft- I li----- Nt 1 ernoon Discontinue Cotton Reports All churches the cityS — I Parks—S m Sparks "7 died of J A Willi tom fourteen years a ams From the United States Weather places of amusement have Bureau standpoint the 1Mi cotton sea- by order of the Board of aDneumonia at a local hof---pital Sunday traveling salesman for Armour & CO Son passes into history Tuesday Re- the sidewalks and streets tr:o'clock Tlie widow survives Fun- I died Monday at his home in FerlIgional bulletin he s giving t condition of ness section thoroughly et I services Ns- i 1 I be held this after- iWorth lie is survived by the follow- ithe crop that have been published daily treated with disinfectants Me n from the chapel nf Spelman Un- ling: Wife and two children parents since April 15 will he discontinued dertakin-- ('' M Pany urial will be in land ten brothers and sisters --mom— lpMOPMli101114dMoillEPaMbMIM11 - O tiount Olivet Cemetery The lat- i ter are: Fred IL T IL Raleigh who I v-----------''''''''t I is in France 'Payton O C who is I $30000 PLACED AT I I ANNOUNCE KAISER p!!dford—FunPral services for 11 J now cashier of the Liberty National I LIBERTY BANK MONDAY I I WILL NOT AE - emit----t Citt- hull' was for- I 0 1 j Redford—Funeral services for II 1- 1Wford who died Friday at his home ljla Pacific Avenue were completed "day morning at the Robertson Un''"rtaking Company Chapel interment 1 following in Ilreerwood Cemetery The gervices were held Sunday afternoon but burial did not take place as it I j8 dPSirPri i 0 Wait until the sister kg 1-r r -tv:'ikl" - could arrive 'hp? v ' ' ere 11 9m Ntw Jetey Vesicles his parents Air and Hrs A M Redford and sister Redford is survived by his widow arid a young daughter Hazel He Nvas a member of both the W O W and Eagles He belonged to the local lee Alen's Association He lived here a number of years ----- I Moffatt—if I Moffatt 1 ol :11 an I man died early Sunday morning ata !local hospital Funeral services will I be held at 4 o'clock this afternoon ftom 2514 Sixth Avenue Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery Moffatt att leaes his widow 1 ---v 1 Fowler—Clyde I) Fowler 25 419 t2 Rain-Gad Avelino died at a loal hos- I P n ital Sunday night Ile was a postal 1 clery running between here and Paris i The body is being held by the Fort !Worth Undertaking Company awaiting 1 funeral arrangements 1 -- i McLaughlin—William McLaughlin ! 1-year-old son of Mr anti Mrs INV O I :klieLaughlin of Arlington Heights (lied at 6 a m Alonda F y of pneumonia u- 1 neral services Wia he held from the 1 residence at 4 o'clock this afternoon I Interment will be in Greenwood Ceme- i tery EL Moffatt nt an oil Sunday morning at a Funeral services will 3ek this afternoon ftom lue Burial will be in ictery Moffatt leaves -------v ! I) Fowler 23 4191 2 e died at a 'veal hos- ght Ile was R pilital Aween here and Paris drig held by the Fort :Mg Company awaiting ments Lee—r S 1ce 35 1725 South Adams Street tied of pneumonia at a local hospittll Monday morning The pneu- Ilawlizt V:tS the result of Spanish influ- etiZa Lee is survived by his widow d a an !Inall hov Ile was with the flub Furniture Company s Moorman—Jack Duncan Moorman 20-months-old sell of Mr and Mrs It H -:vloorman 1511 Grand Avenue who died of Spanish influenza at the home Saturda y night -vas hurled 71onday morning in Greenwood Cemetery Funeral services were het: from the home at 9 oeloeli Send Flowers—A good idea Drumm Seed & Floral C o - MRS VEATCH WILL BE VEATCH WILL BE BURIED AT 3 TODAY Burial of Mrs Helen J Veatch G wife of Dr Oscar E Veatch and daughter of Judge and Mrs It G Johnson 1000 North Lake Street yin take place this afternoon in Oakwood Cemetery Funeral services will be held at the Veatch home 1010 North Lake Street at 3 o'clock Mrs Veatch died at 10:45 o'clock Sunday morning She leaves besides her husband two small girls and one boy her parents and two brothers Lieut Joe D Johnson at Fort Sill Okla and Lieut (I A Johnson with the Marines in France and a little sister Roberta Sue Rev Frank P Culver pastor of the First Methodist Church and Dr E M Waits president of Texas Christian University will conduct the services Mrs Veatch was born in Fort Worth She was educated in the city public schools at Texas Christian University and at Washington D C She was married to Dr Veatch April 30 1913 Active pallbearers for the funeral are: Ferd Moore L A Greene Dr T G Rumph Dr W G Cook F Marion Wright and Tom Jennings Honorary pallbears will be: A K Harris H P Edwards Gambrell Randle W C Bryan H B Hahn Drs James Anderson J W Head Charles Harris D 4 Eumph and W L Russell J T Pemberton and H B Heard I I r I I 1 e- 1 I a I CITY BRIEFS I I I 1--sess--eese---e-m----—----- J A WILLIAMS is in France 'Payton O C who iS now cashier of the Liberty National Bank in Oklahoma City but was formerly with the Texas & Pacific Rail-rod State National Dank and Fort Worth Savings Bank and Trust Company in Fort Worth: Ronald Mrs S S Puckett Misses Lena Lorene and -J A WiITirn waq the oldest Illernber of the family of eleven children land the first to die - :-7:'!i'!e:a!'711 -::4t:?W:'4 1Vr" -:?g 'W:r:'iN:: "11 7 A i9tNfl-:):-N:''::$ ''''''' i:'-: -: - '' ' ::' 'V'"' ' r :1- -:' -: :-: ::Y:-i-K— - -- — -- - - rz- :) '': H : '-': :":s1?-Y:j j -:?VV"1: : 405&-:0A4:s'::4:r 44 '-'- I'-: :-:-:-:: ::-::r:V:::-0:::::''s :7- : : - 7''''' ::- :i?ii:gy::: ' '-':':' ' : :'::2''':''' t4:- 915:::::a:1: :: ") :'' ' ::' ' '' ''-:0: '-?:-- ''" '''''''''' ''''''':::i:':p''' r0Xii-i::::::::ii'::::i:V '' '4-'::4'':i''':'::' 'k:' :It'9': -7:'':!::::::'''' - ' 444 - ---- 'gA:f:0' M!ji" - : : : ' : :- : Sg:I-:: ':$' : ' : : : : : : A:-4 Ai ''''A1- -- -::---: ''1 :-:- ?::::--A - 1 N Et V V i ! ! 4 rel I C L 11 TTO T I 4 Dl illivitTq HE To IlEtA AT THE CLOSE — Contracts N nriAs to 27 poi? ys--1I New rorh—le to 17 points u Spots 1-nrt Worth—la points up Galveston-25 points up I 121 I lull I-4 IL : L ILL 1 1 ! AliwiTq 'ply t TO NEVI NOTE I i 1 Al THE CLOSE Contracts Nee tn!AAns--111 to 27 pnints LI N'ew rorh—le to 17 points up Spots 1-nrt Worth—la points up Galveston-25 points up Houston—Unchanged New Orleans—unchanged I -- -a Awl—L7— oootsco I 1 The cotton market was quiet Monday with 1 the trade waiting on the new feature In ! th'' diplomatic exchanges between this : country and Germany The market opened firtn and a fter a sharp rise before noon ! dropped again near the opening prices 1 At New Orleans a sharp rise of 77 to 96 I points was noted in the early trading hut i at tit i they were at a net advance of only ::() to 2S points i --- NEW ORLEANS Mon Frt nyten High Low close close !Jen —29 28 3003 2920 2950-54 '2925-39 March —2917 $012 2917 2936-38 2916-28 may 2963 2910 2931-34 2906-19 10el —2973 3024 2973 3002- 29751) I Dec 3960 3039 2945 296S-:5 2953-57 NEW YORK 31on Fri Open High Low elrne Cie Se 'Jun 3930 3095 5012 30115-36 3018-20 Narch 3005 3090 2997 3017-18 3000-14 i Kay —MOO 3054 2984 3004-08 299013 July — 2982-S5 298019 — July 2982-53 298013 Aug 290313 2325-35 Sept 28801) i Oct —3125 11201 11123 3145-52 31-3513 Dec 3051 312Z 3045 3078-82 3065-67 I EVERPOOL COTTON LIVERPOOL Oct 14—Spot cotton closed at 2 4061 for good middling Sales were ! announced at 2000 bales of which 1500 ! were estimated to he American Receipts were 7000 bales of which 6500 were said to be American I Quotations on new contracts follow: Monday Frlday Oren close close October 2200 21 S7 2193 !November 2127 2104 2143 December 20S7 2041 2099 January 2050 2004 2063 February 2011 1964 2031 Liverpool-New Orleans Parity October January Liverpool close 2187 2004 Equivalent in cents 41 74 4908 New Orleans 11 a m bids Z0 12 29 60 Difference 1362 104$ Liverpool-New York Parity October January Liverpool close 2187 2004 Equivalent in cents 4-74 4005 New York 11 a tn bids 3150 3025 Difference 1' 24 983 Liverpool Spots LrvERrooL Oct 14—tiput cotton closed 9 points up The closing prices with prices of the previous day for comparison follow: Monday Friday Ordinary 2031 2024 i Ordinary 2 Good ordinary 0 I Low middling° 2 Middling '2 !Good middling I 9 Middling fair - I sates 2000 bales 21358 2079 2243 2224 2354 2345 2404 2397 2474 2445 SPOT COTTON 1 Pri('PA for spot cotton on a middling basis i Et the leading spot markets Monday coin pared to the prices of the preceding mar1 het with the sales of Monday follow: Tone 31ondy Fridy sales I i Fort Worth steady 3110 3100 3608 ! Liverpool easy 2406 2397 2000 ! New York quiet 3260 3260 — — i New Orleans steady 1075 3075 393 i Memphis steady 31 r0 310 Galveston steady l250 3225 124 ' Houston steady 32 25 ”" 26 30 i Dallas steady 3110 3100 9286 Fort Worth Spots Fort Worth spot cotton closed 10 points up The closing prices with prices of the previous day for comparison follow: Monday Friday Good ordinary 2610 2600 Strict good ordinary 7 rro 2740 Low middling "860 2850 Strict low middling :ton0 Middling "110 7100 strict middling 3135 3125 Good middling 2160 3160 Strict good middling 31() 3180 Middling fair 3269 3250 Sales 3608 bales GIVE SICK NEGROES CHANCE TO INSURE The personnel bureau at Camp Bowie is soliciting every negro in the Detention Camp as soon as it is learned one is sick to take out application for the Government insurance Banker Dies of Pneumonia I P 521 474 TEXANS WERE George W Haziewood 48 a prom!- m nent business an of Mineral Wells REGISTERED N DRAFT whose parents were among the pioneer settlers of Palo Pinto County died at Mineral Wells about noon Monday of AUSTIN Oct 14--A total of 521474 pneumonia Haziewood was engaged men registered in Texas for military in the land and banking business He service on Sept 12 according to fig-had many friends in Fort Worth Sur- ures given out by Maj John C Townes viving him are his whiow and four Jr supervisor of selective service this morning children two boys and two girls one of whom is attending a nurses' They are classed as follows: Whites 411101 negroes 83043: non-citizens training school The funeral probably including aliens and Indians 27330 will he held at Mineral Wells Tuesday — Forming Labor Battalion 200 Cases Reported ARDMORE Okla Oct 14—The ept- -Work of organizing the labor bat- demic of Spanish influenza has betalion began at Camp Bowie Alonday come intense in Ardmore More than this battalion to have charge of road L '00 cases are reported in the city and repairing etc It will be under the up to noon Sunday twelve deaths utilities department of Major Todd were reported This battalion also will likely look after Friday night Mrs Alice M Wallace the war gardens next spring Advices wife of Harrold Wallace cashier of the from Washington say that each camp State National Bank died and was will be expected to greatly enlarge its burled Saturday Cecil B Williams acreage — vice president of the Exchange Na- I I I I I I I I About $30080 in Liberty Loan subccrilAicrs was received Mon-(I:)) to noon at the Libt-ftY Bond Bark One subscription was for $10000 For the most part this figure repu'sents first Payments of a numTer Of buyers - - - 46 AP dilt omb 40-01p d ow- 401110411 OP AD 00 1111 411111 FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM F 0 ul r NILS AND OILS IHAILS mu OILS Gin PEACE STOCKS MAKE 'ADORES By Associated PrtSS ICIW YORK Oct 14—Peace stocks were again decidedly strong at the opening of toclay's market rails shippings and oils scoring the greatest gains Mexican Petroleum rose 5 points In the first half hour jumping 2 points between sales Marine COMILICM and preferred Improved substantially with United Fruit tho latter advancing 3 points Pacific's Reading Atchison and Southern Railway featured the transportations at gains of I to 2 points Irregular heaviness was shown by United States steel and Independent steels also Baldwin Locomotive and Industrial Alcohol in which recessions of I to 2 points prevailed United States Steel's rally to 108 an extreme advance of almost 3 points was of distinct benefit to kindred industrials Oils recorded gains also rails and shipping Marines preferred advancing 4 points to Its highest level of the year recorded gains also rails and s I Marines preferred advancing 4 z its highest level of the year r ITEM IS KILLED - c figET IN CRASH Lieut IL F Graham of Carruthers Field was killed and Cadet W L Wood- side was injured in an airplane crash on the aerodrome at noon Monday The fliers had just taken off and at an altitude of about 3G0 feet the plane went into a tight tail spin and crashed Lieutenant Graham lived at 6617 Aylesboro Avenue Pittsburg Pa Cadet Woodside's home is 72 West Pleasant Street Amherst Mass TALKS ON RADIUM A talk on radium its discovery and uses was given Monday noon by Dr R B Moore of the United States Bureau of Mines before the Kiwanis Club weekly luncheon rt the Metropolitan Hotel Dr Moore is of Golden Colo The attendance prize presented by F E Robertson was won by R M Grammer W M Massie was chairman of the day J J Mumbower and William Rigg were the "glad handers" for the meeting --mgon-— SCHOOL FUNDS TO BUY LIBERTY BONDS About $S50 from sinking funds of bonded school districts in Tarrant County will be spent for Fourth Liberty Bonds Already the schools have $1350 invested in bonds o' previous issues the funds having been taken from the sinking funds according to Deputy County Superintendent Hall Shot by Brother Accidentally Accidental discharge of a shotgun in the hands of his brother early Monday morning while they were out hunting between Arl:ngton znd Mansfield may cause the death of Arthur Polk a negro boy who is at the City-County Hospital in a serious condition Polk lives on Route 5 Arlington Resume Hearing Tuesday Taking of testimony in the City-Telephone Company rate hearing is due to be resumed before Judge W J Smith master in chancery in the Federal building Tuesday at 10 a in It is expected that the session will last two days and will complete the introduction of proof in the case City Will Pay $50000 Fifty thousand dollars of the $20- 000 borrowed by the City Commissioners from an Eastern banking concern on Aug 19 is to be paid back this week A resolution to this effect will be passed by the Commission at Tuesday's session A new note for the balance will be executed ARDMORE Okla Oct 14—The Opi- a necrease In Ine nal110tL LPL LiAtA1 14-Q SL Louis Receipts demie of Spanish influenza has be- afflicted with the disease ST LOUIS Oct IA—Hogs—Receipts I2- come intense in Ardmore More than No reports as to other County 500 bead market 5o lower Lights $17754 :100 cases are reported in the city and schools closing have been received by latoi pigs $1501675: mixed and butchup to noon Sunday twelve deaths County Superintendent B Carroll ers 11775ft -45 good heavy- Sli40 a e ts timt goe tak ct etkr s market were reported ss:1910ls::54tosot:IpEr5:0"usirie ce: taeSciopictro:::2751iet-pntr:g iia0:404 soosatveaetriih tt Friday night Mrs Alice M Wallace Aviation Road !rnproved c e6eao:bned wife of Ilarrold Wallace cashier of the Improvement Of the road from the y State National Bank died and was Weatherford cardinal road to the Ben- burled Saturday Cecil B Williams brook aviation field has started ac- and :eeders $S50V12: fair to prime South-vice president of the Exchange Na- cording to County Commissioner James ern beer F eers SlOtIS beef COA'S and helltionai Bank died Sunday Childers erg C75015 native calves 8775Q17'40 Alt churches the city schools and Sheep — Receipts 2600 had market places of amusement have been closed City Pupils Not Prohibited steady Lambs $166041675: ewes $it& 12 canners and choppers $5-tim by order of the Board of Health and The quarantine at Texas Christian the sidewalks and streets of the bust- University levied because 3f the Span- Kansas City Receipts ness section thoroughly washed and ish influenza does not prohibit the I KANSAS CITY Oct at--Heas—Recelota treated with disinfectants city pupils entering and leaving the 12ous bead market steady Bulk $lio institution They itA plirstlirig their 1780 h gy $1750018 lights 31731775 1m - studies as usual Piss $13015 0 a A-- Cattle—Receipt 31000 head no South-I AN KAISER ri -- titet steady Prirna tv srs ill Rd I IIIMltetE"newPtdlgNEWMFPNEwEIPelf b100W I e l 019 dressed bee: steers $13011 Southern 0 WILL NOT ABDICATE I 0 GERMANSADMIT I stsers d760V13 cows 16U11: betters tty BERNE Switzerland Oct 14 The Wolff News Agency of Berlin today issued an official denial of the report which had become currentin Germany that Emperor William intended to abdicate 111101Pi 4W4WedOi4W1Wn1111 11 TH CORN PRICE SOARS WHEN GOVERNMENT t DECIDES TO BM Range at Opening and Close i COM paratite Receipts Corn— Open close i Monday 7000 3000 ::son 1700 October 121 - 12344- i N I Veek ago 8812 2899 1939 1619 November —112 -111 - 121421 1 Year ago 11247 5372 3847 2642 December —111 -102 118418 Oats— October Receipts October 66- 68-J 1918 1917 November 63 - 64'is 6774-67 lCattle 65549 82403 December 64 - 67 - 67 i t7alves 20I 88 24481 'Hogs 19772 27652 Special to The Star-Te2tverv i S'heep 12285 14254 CH TCA GO Oct 14—Sen5ational advances I Horses anti mules 7422 10158 In the price of corn today made dealers forget in a hurry transient sharp declines Receipts From Jan I which at the opening of business had re-1918 1917 Gain — suited from the German note replying to Cattle 1076832 1'260825 Inquiries of President Wilson 1Calves 220842 211349 9943 The extreme decline shown was only 4 I Hogs 668212 8717se cents Trading on the break was lively ' Sheep 2s2182 532702 though by no means one sided and the Horses m 60186 67398 market was rallying when announcement that the United States Government was to 1 MONDAY'S MARKET purchase large quantities of corn Novem- --- her and December delivery led to a rush J Although other livestock centera of the bull side Then values went soaring In earnest and quickly reached 9e above quoting a decline In cattle and calve: tho early low points ' day Fort Worth prices were stea i Opening prices which ranged from I 11!ic steers and ILe to 25c higher on cows to 4c lower with November 6111 to 8112 of a desirable type cleared on a el and December 8109 to $111 were the minimum I basis but common calves were slo Oats swayed with corn After opening I lower Around 7000 cattle and 3000 unchanged to 274c lower the market rallied 1 were in sight for the day Common to well above Saturday's finish Provisions I displayed an upward bent from the out- I dium cattle comprised most of tb set I 13est steers available sold around Grain and Provisions i at 1 ray a tn chnivo entve 11nt ta t Mon Fri High Low close close 123N 121 123 11714 1 21 111 121 1131 120 109 11814 112 I Corn— Nov Dtc Oats-- Oct Nov Dec - Pork-- Oct Nov Lard— Oct Nov I Ribs— 61 664 68 66 677i 63 671:4 63 67 64 3425 3307b 27b 3327b 2650a '2526a 2525 2495 1 Oct I Nc"" 2195 2155a 2195a 2150 Comparative Grain Receipts Receipts of grain Monday compared to those for the corresponding day a year ago follow: Chicago (carlots)-- Monday Tr ago Wheat 76 34 Corn 45q 84 Oats 43 312 Kansas City (carlots)— Wheat 299 155 Corn 54 36 Oats b2 82 Omaha (carlot5)-- NV heat 55 23 Corn 180 Oats A 114 St Louts (carlots)-- Wheat e Corn 138 Oats - 130 ISO 22 A 114 41 141 114 293 Southwestern Option Markets At Kansas City At St 'mils Mondy Friday Ilondy Friday Corn— close close close close October —11213 1254a 127 121 Noventber 128 120 123a 11814a Dec: iber 118b 121 116 October 68b 6614 68 67 November —67103 65 6813 6614b December 6713 65b 6714b 65 St Louis Cash Grain ST LOUIS Oct 14—Cash grain prices follow: Wheat—No red winter $222V224 No 3 red winter $221 Corn—No 2 yellow $163 No S yellow $144 No 4 yellow $130 No 3 white $150 No 4 white $133 Oats—No 2 mixed 71c No 3 white 71 Et72c No 4 white 70$2970112c Kansa City Cash Grain KANSAS CITY Oct 14—Cash grain prices follow: Wheat—NO 2 bard winter $2161i2201A: No 3 bard winter 62130316 No 4 hard winter $20911 No 2 red winter 32150 216i No 3 red winter 3212e213 Corn—No- 2 mixed $152 q 158 No 3 mixed $143g148 No 4 mixed 61346147 No 2 yellow $1560158: No 3 yellow $143 q150 No 4 yellow $136V-143 No 2 white $1520155 No 3 wtite 31430147 No 4 white $136 edt4o Oats—No 3 mixed 69c No 3 mixed 694 q69c: No 4 mixed 66c 6814C No 2 white 71c No 3 white 691S470c No 4 white 69c WILL DISCUSS CHOIRS WILL DISCUSS CHOIRS FOR SUNDAY TONIGHT Plans for raising two choirs of 1000 voices each will be outlined tonight when one representative from each local church will meet at the Billy Sunday campaign headquarters in the Y W C A building Seventh and Throckmorton Streets Dr James E Walker advance man for the revival will be the principal speaker tonight Dr Walker spoke thre times here Sunday At the morning service he preached at the First Methodist Church spoke at the Union Gospel Mission in the afternoon and at the Polytechnic 1 Methodist Church at night 1 SCHOOL CLOSED BY INFLUENZA REOPENS 1 The Van Zandt Addition School which has been closed for four days because of Spanish influenza reopened Monday morning reports having shown a decrease in the number of students I GERMANS ADMIT REVERSE ON AISNE BEIILIN Oct 14 via Lori-I don—North of Leon and on the River Aisne the German forces I hare withdrawn to new posit tions says the official state-merit issued today by the German Army headquarters staff &sm-4021o mo00alIP4PelnroOb-4PIIIMIOEIIqpmgl an ORNMab A HIGHER MARKET ON CROP OF CANNERS STEERS UNCHANGED Inm a em e i tosc 181993 9513 201441 63513 7212 --- Although other livestock centers were quoting a decline In cattle and calves Monday Fort Worth prices were steady on steers and 1Ge to 25c higher on cows Calves of a desirable type cleared on a stronger basis but common calves were slow and lower Around 7000 cattle and 2000 calves were in sight for the day Common to medium cattle comprised most of the run Best steers available sold around $11 to t1150 good to choice cows went at $8 to $9 and veal calves sold at $10 to $1025 It was late in the day before anything was moving scaleward in the swine di ision where receipts amounted to 2500 head Quality made a better average than usual several cars of a real good type being on hand The market was 10c lower with a top of $18 and bulk sales at $17 to $1775 Pigs remained steady the top being $1450 Sheep receipts reached 1700 head Including 470 direct to a packer The market supply consisted a string of common brusher goats Prices remained unchanged Quotations Cattle—Beeves $650)13: stockers $60 11: cows $475(e850 heifers $5U1050 bulls $5507 calves $550)1025- Hogs—Heavy S1785((p18 light $17750 1785 medium $1750775 mixed $1650 U1750: common $161650 pigs $9(11450 Sheep—Lambs $115 yearlings $1?415 wethers $91050 ewes $9U19 culls $6 U8 goats $47547 SALES MONDAY Cows Price No Ave 8650 15 575 540 3 557 670 5-1024 700 19 992 650 1 460 550 1 570 700 Calves 750 163i 181 stocker Calves 550 9 237 600 3 157 Hogs 1725 58 162 1660 Eggs 800 62 114 1100 135 65 1250 2 63 1250 1 50 1375 176 65 1375 7 93 No AVe 3 567 2 66) 20 707 6 656 r Hee 954 550 900 825 141 770 1 690 11020 500 650 24c) 1000 525 875 1725 I 150 S" :45 42 171 47 184 l 1 24 60 64 48 92 95 60 108 112 111 1440 1100 1300 1250 1140 1000 1425 1425 900 10 26: 8— 60 1200 4 31 199 1400 3 39 112 1425 1 28 111 1430 Lambs 18 spring lambs 40 32 85 100 73 6? 1360 Hog Notes L L Cox Coleman 115 pigs 65 pounds 613 Hidalgo County Bank Mercedes 176 pigs 65 pounds 61350 T Ruffin Boswell Okla 47 bogs 184 Pounds 61650 A J Taylor Marietta Okla 42 bogs 171 pounds 61725 Petty & R Durant Okla 53 hogs 162 pounds 61725 Sheep Notes Pharr Bros Sulphur Springs 13 sprAng lambs 67 pounds $1350 Dressed Beef The following are Alonday's wholesale market prices for beef cuts as furnished by Swift & Co: No 2 No 3 Ribs 29 161 I Loins 32 1312 i Rounds 'Chucks 4 161i 1634 Plates 17 15 MIIMMIEMIN Swift & Co Stock CHICAGO Oct U—Closing quotation on Swift eg Co stock on Chicago Stock Exchange today was 11171 Kansas City Produce KRANSAS CITY Oct 14—Butter—Creamery 65c firsts 53c seconds 52c packing 39c Eggs—Firsts 48c seconds 42c Poultry—Hens 22lic roosters 161ic broilers 27c Potatoes—Whites 8185 2 red 8210 e 225 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO Oct 14---l1ogs—Recelpts 36- 000 '!ad market steady Butchers $1813 4flS50: light $1760EtIS45 packing 11675 011: rough 116 25U1675 pigs good to choice 11550e1650 Cattle—Receipts 30000 head market slow to lower Choice beet cattle 11125itt 1925 COMMOn ard mediums 69255t1425 butcher cows and heifers 17(01325 canners and cutters 1647 ch Ice stockers 11025 1125: common and medium 17(01025 choice veal calves 11625017 Sheep—Receipts 60000 heads market slow to lower 13 stockers S7e1150 calves 37012i0 Sbeep---Recelpts 18000 bead: market steady to be lower Lambs S1150e1510 yearlines $10011i0 wetbers 39 d sup950: stockers 1610 Swift Sz C0:8 sales of beet In For: Vow:1h for the week ending Saturday 12 averaged as follows: Domeitit: 14:15 cents per pound--Ady PAGE SEVEN cAsll GRAIN pus MEET SHARP ADvANcE on i LOCAL MARKET ItOO A retort that the Government Food Ad2019 ! ministration is figuring no buying up Oc3354 i tober and November corn and oats caused Ia sharp rise In the cash grain market NiOn I day LOPS No 2 mixed corn which could be bought 16664 1 Friday at 21fiS to 2170 per bushel was 4292 quoted at 2171 tn tl75 and No 3 white 7873 corn went no to $174 to 2175 per bushel 19G9 Oats advanced from 1 to 2 cents a bushel 2336 Fort Worth Cash Crain Offers of the following grain bay stud fee4stuff1 subject to previous sale are in carload lots for prompt shipment delivered group 3 points unless otherwise specifie4 eatablished by the trade in Fort Worth: Corn—No 3 mixed bulk per bushel $1716175 No 3 white per bushel $124 4175 Oats—No 2 red per bushel 91V93c No 3 white per bushel 82 a li4c Wheat—No 2 red milling per bushel S333a 235: No 2 bard Winter par bushed $333 (j Alfalfa Meal—Grade No 1 per ton $43 Alfalfa Hay—Grade No 3 Per too 239 Prairie Hay—Grade No I per ton $3350 Johnson Grass Hay—Grads No 1 per ton $3350 Oat Straw—Grade No 3 per too 820 Wheat Straw—Grade No 1 per ton 216 Barley—No 3 per bushel $116e119 No 4 per bushel $115 11S feed barley per bushel $1-14 rq Maize—No 3 delivered Texas common points per cwt $3 Overcoat Missing It was cool Monday morning and Marx :109 Broadway thought it would feel more comfortable with an overcoat to help in warding off the chilling breezes A search of the clothes closet developed the fact that the garment was missing Marx reported his loss to the police Publisher III With Pneumonia Louis I Miller vice president anct general manager of the Fort Worth Record is ill with pneumonia at a local hospital His condition was worse at 2 p tn than earlier in the day when he was reported better He was taken sick early last week TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY 914 LARGE upstairs furnished room best location 'Lamar 3933 COMPLETELY furnished 3-room apt to light housekeeping suitable for 3 or 4 per sons 825 Macon 4 SELECT rooms nicely furnished for house keeping in nice modern home private entrance References beat neighborhood 152T Alston ave WANTED—In Poly a unfurnished rooms Call L 6277 2 FURNISHED light housekeeping upstairs In good Lome with place for car can bo seen at 1820 Jennings Call Rosedale 1111 NOTICE—Fort Worth Texaa Oct 14 1316 On Oct 22 1918 there will be heard at the Courthouse of Tarrant County the applice tion of the undersigned guardian to maks a mineral lease on the interest of her ward In lot 12 and the east half of lot 11 block 17 town ef Burkburnett Texas of which all persons will take due notice MRS E DUN-WOODY guardian of the estate of William Clark minor NOTICE—Fort Worth Texas Oct 14 1918 On Oct 22 1918 there will be beard at the Courthouse of Tarrant County the application of the undersigned guardian to maks a mineral lease on the interest of his wards in lot 12 and the east half of lot 11 block 17 town of Burkburnett Texas of which all persons will take due notice R M MANN guardian of the estates of Edith Richard and Johnnie Mann minors WANTED—First-class cook Apply 1122 PA ave — FOR SALE—A fine young Jersey cow and calf $75 1315 Edwin are GOOD home with private family to exchange fOr assisting with children and cooking References required Phone Rosedale 451 P O box 156 GOLD and pearl Chi Omega fraternity pin engraved E McChesney" Reward Lamar 4295 UNFURNISHED apartments of four rooms and two rooms close in Phone Lamar 5nSS Mrs B B Kingsbury FOUND—Black horse heavy shoes front light shoes behind: cockleburs In mane and tail 10117 W th St L fi'lng LUST—One bay horse Saturday morning branded TT left side saddle marks on back wIth a sore: finder apply at on Lee ave ROOMS with Or without meals Rosedale 4$61 LIBEIITY BuNDS bought motor and oil stocks wanted and handled T W Sydnor Fort Worth National Bank Bldg L 6211 WANTED—Office work at Ones b neai Young lady one year experience In insurance office Call Rosedale 6004 Jit SALE—Six room house large reception hail lights gas bath one block from car line Polytechnic a years insurance Call Rosedale 6004 FOR SALE—For 1550 lot 11 bIkj Hemphill Heights Addition located on Jennings awe the most desirable part lot es worth $1500 want the money to Elake other investment after 6 o'clock Rosedale 779 WANTED--Old lady to keep house- Apply 211 W Belknap Two desirable unfurnished rooms Am private home on South Sid couple preferred Rosedale 2076 WANTED TO BUY—Fresh 4-ga1lon Jeraty cow R 3601 3 UNFURNISHED rooms in privitte home to couple Without children references 144 N Hnustnn FOR S4LE-111 Weatherford 10-room partly furnished lights water and rent pall fnr month SISO BEDROOM with or without use of kitchen R 0151 NEV DODGE—Who will pay me a bonus for same? 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