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PAGE TEN. •THE HUTCHINSON NEWS. TH QRSDAV, DECKM W ER 4, I'J24 PROFIT TAKING IN WHEAT PITI Price* Sag as Much as 1 V a • Cents; Corn Strength Offset by Big Offerings. i I lee M;iv. Jul. . Hnngc of Options Furnished Oy Grain Marketing Co, rtoraB .iuoh.Wiley Pltlldlnfl AT CHICAGO. Wheat. »«>! I-' • •In •• I.:,M Chicago, Dec. 4 —ltnint, in Hit: domestic winter wheat licit tended | to ease down (lit* wheat innrlinl | today during tho early tr.'jnsnolinns J llHrt!. WC .'llilll 'SB III' Wheal quota- ' Hons m Liverpool counted also as | ft ill-pressing I'tuiov. Heavy offer.j lugs from Ar'.;entltin, India find ; .Australia wore reported, upmlng j prices hero, \ihioh ranced from 1 tn I'.i" lower, .villi May Sl.l'.O In IJ.CO'i ami .Inly SI lu'i to SI.41. were followed by n rally dial in some (.uses wont all.iv" vesterduv-.s finish. Stihsoiiucni ly i he wli-al mmko.t mliand-il vviiii i MCII. lilt pl'otit (a!;, iiir sales l.'ij In re:if wed ilociiues. wheal i 1 (i.'•' 1 11 uasottli'il, i,e Id I'HC not lower. May SUM lo M.Ou's ami July SI. It';. ('din arid onts both showed *treiis"tli. Stormy weather in tin;, corn boll, ince'llnr wllh ilhfnvoi-- nlili: corn tun reports from Ar.o n- tina, wore responsible. Alter opening al 1 nfl In : .N'.: ill'. .May $1 .2:> a to ?1 .2S 'J. Hi'- mm market s.i orod good general gains. Kslinr.ites iiidu'iitin.' that this year's corn crn|i in din Vnllcii SlatOn is tin. smallest since 1 '."is, liail ii litilisli effect Mil. Increased offerings In arrive weirded down Iho market in tile la:;; part of til' 1 day. Prices closed unsettled "..(' May. I .Inly. .Inly I.I. Corn. 1 In, !. I.St I. 1 -'Is I. o.m. Five. i 'u i.; i.in in' i.i: 1 .'.' : I.: I.: AT KANSAS CITV. Wheat. '.Hi - 'illlfii, .May o In '.•ii' higher, and llu'ii con- .-.ii'.i L52; X». '..'i.i'.2; No. 2 ,, :l liard SI.17 I fvii ^i Lii5; No. Ili.-t lower Oat- si an Ml a! May lu all tintn-l lu ifocttit. Provisions were i-.-sjitmsiVfi In tho ni'lnin ir i urn ami were in- I'ltn in I 'd (inly in ti transient way by lower hog values. Kansas City Cash. Kalians Ciiy. Dec. 4.—Receipts 90 cars; uni'liiihaoil In Ic higher No. 2 dark hard 5 II dark hard Sl.r.n hard f l.lX'o I.fi2: Ni •it \.r>i; N». 2 I 'd ? ;i rmi si.vin i .in. <:ult.\'--b«: l"»'.r hi lo Ufslwr; No. '1 Wllili; jl.lU'.i No. II wliitt' 5-1."I'; No. 2 yi llow $l.iv;/ 1.12; N». 8 yrllnw .Jl.ltHlit.lt; No. •i ml.vi'il fl.WTf'l I' 1 ':: No. :i inixi'il Sl.HT',. to I.liH. OATS—In "liiRlu'r; Cij'-r ; .') '.v.'iili' ar.(.. 11 VK- S1.22. JIAill.KY— s^'Ti ,<:lc. KAl'Klll -Jl.r.V. .Mll.l) MAIZK-S1 .7S. Jl»lai |iv) «;,),,« In th.- Kaii.sa-! Ciiy t.'tt.sh utatki't. t'iduv wire as tolinvvs: Wheat. 1 id l.llll No. wliii ( .Mm .Inly 1', ,• Miiv .iMly I ...i I.I'. 1.1''. 1.31 i Corn, J ll'i I.Hi' I. J.l .'i 1. l.H, Oats. 1.. I. i:. I.i: i.. i.r. •-, i.r.:i» i.:i |i STOCKS ATTAIN NEW 1924 PEAKS Widespread Upward Swing On Exchange as Favorable Ncwn h Received. V-w York. 4-~Hodin>ai\\nt; \) an ah'iniUr.'.t'i: of favor.lltlc for- t;iL'ii ami flMint-htio ncwn, wtock prices riV-vpt forwartl In i\n ini- prf^f-iVL' f:isliioi] today, not liains »f 1 in T points boiiiy; Hcntt 'jn'd • hron£h''jiil il-t. 1 II^i at tho closo. Svmly fittir srort? is.^iifs, about nf Ilium rails, nttalntMi new ]>v'.i\\ prices. Total «al09 ap* I hall' j IMI I jiroxImntiMl 2,250,11011 fllinrcs. I. in', 7.ini, I .^f-7:i'r .«H )vn bullish ilnmon.ilm- • lions I 'ausnd iniothni' lirisk tiplurn In .--trick prices at thci npenlng of today's market. Thci heavy demand (or tlw> v.iilviiint H \\i\rps lnt\\wn«pi\ hy yi 'St .crdai '.^ faynrnlilo dividend anr .iuiiH 't'nients. contlmiod unaliut- etl. Frisco responded to tho in- aiii.-iiratlon ol' common dividends hy mounting: 214 joints to a 1324 peak Price at iil'.i, leading a linm- iles of hard and dnrk wheat ati- J i„. r „ t tll |„, r rn || s ( „ new - HUTCHINSON GRAIN OlmiitH, i- Motors •ivtil.itnl Mi.)V*ii'.s Mat 3; Ttik't Int.-. Kelly Sinlnnfirl .1 Tito (Jo . - Hiil.lii-r 0> 00<Irl.Mi llnlitiff r«« nmlv.-nr 'I' t< II I'M ]fi\ KnltluT C Aitiii-Uii!' 1 ! Mai:n «"10 AMI,- rjuiiiiii Mfir «*'.« .. /* MuNWtll Mi 'Wo "y Aliixwi'tl -Mot..v-t "H" ..... S.tsh yUf*v± ,\fi>l>U .Ml>t I') - !* St-w.-iil A\ ;«t in »• MfH '.'o .. Si 1 (iinlii-r^* I'.irli i'o TiinKfli Knit, i- Iti-iirllie . • • . lNl.»l'!>'nilAl .S: Atuu Uci*v SMK;U' riiilii!«rrlnJ AU.'h'.'l Antli 1 'nil ' -1 •«• Amn 0.11' *v !"u«nilry '| .\llltl l ..i''«HilttltV^ ' \V :i»m.-- S i "A" , Amn Sucl V'uiiiidrlfl Amu f l'\'l & Trtl A mil TnhtWi-a Amn \Yooltn Aa-"i'!iUi«l JM-V llitfiil!) .... Almifcom'-rv W.IMI Miililw'ln L(»i?nninlivt> rotitiut-ntrtl «'nn *'iicn;i I'nhl l.'u P;ivlii.«on I 'luMiiUiil (*n ... \\>v\\ IM-oiUi.-tt' U.-riiUn* .. l'';itnous Vtayvs L.a»k> ... Coni:ok-iim i.*o CtiJ'an A inn ,^m;ir Anm Acit (,'ln-in l^upmit I 1 ** N<ni Anm AsplinU r tj'.-ncral Kln'tMi- Inil lt;irvfM»T rntl i *;ip«r i.'u ••* rnllntan Co St'iU* JtonlnirK • V* 11 itim I l .Wtit; On A\"oolworth Kuys-pr ^.Uilhis) ^Hk Co .. . 1 ? H' . l ;t ARMY PLANE TO RACE A SHADOW Novel Flight Planned to Take Pictures During Eclipse of the Sun. Zlobcr ns Kenuttmistor nm! tlcorpte Wlsn ns nsslstnut Scoutmaster. Scout Kxncullvti Hoy A. Cootifltdd will visit the tvaop to kpb that 11 Ih up to standard and will niaku aussonllniis for 'IniprnrcmontH. ItWiUContHimSl To Whip An Editor' T ' 1 ""' Cm " c " CO-OP. CHURCH IDEA GROWING changed to i.m« cent lower, tiood di'iiiand. Sal''" of eoni. one cut liiKlit'i'. Sales of mllo ami Kaffir Ivvo to (hree cents higher. He^eiiilf. id wheat here today lis curs; corn IS; liurley 3; kaffir and milo ".a. One week nso was a holi. day and ono yt2ar aso 25 cars. Keceipls at various other terminals: Saliiia. U<; Wfclifla. ii2: Khm- i .as I 'ily, Ini; St. Louis. Cii; Omalia, :ai; fhlciiRo. US; Miniipii|<olls, D11l11t.l1, Ml; Winnipeg, 1,110. Sales hero today Katisn9 City hasls: 51.M car 1 Imri] 1 I in ni ••1 iianl 2 hunt 2 ln.nl snmtty 1 cur 1' hard -smutty 1 cur - hanl weevil 1 cur '2 lini.l 2 cam a h.-inl I ..-»•• :: liarrl I cur 3 Iianl 1 car :i Imr.l 1 car :i hard I. car s. ll. liii.', i.s ili^.. i\) 1 car kaffir I J cur laitrir 1 f.o .2 UA% .... r.i'.:i lit.:ci .... S«.S 13. .'.0 ... . ils.l K'.iM .... .".9 15.BS r.s.s .... r.ii.a 11.711 — ;.s 11. "u hi.: H.2S lii '.Hi" T.7.C 13.32 I'll. I 11.10 C\Cl;SS .1',^ h. . 3.! 1.; 1.19 y. milo) y. mlin) x .... mix* .1 tnllo) knirir I'J isllou) lialfir i;i siil.nv) kaffir l'^ whltvl Nd. ^ uilxi-.I corn, Ik 1 mixed corn liiTr. wheat) 1.7" l.r.« l.no 1.00 MARKET GOSSIP i tit l.-JS: 1 No. ^ .lar nt 1.57: 1 at. J. t»,'» S. No. a dark. 1 ru 3,ii2; 1 at 1.01; 1 at l.f .JI '.i; ;l nt l.r.x; 1. at l.r »7. No. 1 luiril. :'. at 1 r,:;; 1 at l.jS'i; t nt 3.SO; 1 at 1.1 Ii '-j; 2 at ].•!!'; 3 at l.tS. 2 Hani: 1 til l.tle l.."ii!'-.; 1 at. l.jil; 2 ai 1. l'.r.l'.,; .1 at 3..VI: .1 at j.:.; I.. 7 ..'!; 1 nt l.;2'.i; I nt 1. l.ridvi; 1 at )."'«: 1 at i.-ifi. Smiilly: 1 HI to l.;ti. :l Hard: 1 at 1.02; 1 at L.'.s; 3 «t I.a7; 1 at l..'iil; I at l-.i's 1 nt "»r .p.;; 1 at I..".II. Hmntt;. '• t .4"> to l.tr.Vj. :> Hard: 1 at 1 .•!!>. :l lied: 1 nt .1 li.'tl: 1. at l.nl. rlaiuiile reil: 1 nt 1.61; 1 at I.'JO. 2 Mi.f.'il: V isl l.'V2, fflKN-Nn. 2 wllili 1 nt 1.11 '..',: .2 al 1.1". No. :; While-:: al i.mi. Ye 'llriM-- 1 at 1.1."., billing; l.nai nl.Rht's rain Is of incalculable benefit lo wheat lu till* sec- lion, it was universally agreed by local grain operators who have been in touch with farmers and country elevator men. ,T. C. Kesier. ^eivernl manager of tho Holder Mill Elevator visited this morning on the board of trade. 1 ai l.-*S; 1. at j "Wheat around here can now 1:0 at l ..~'Ti; 1 tit I until spring without additional at \ moisture." was the opinion tidal i valued today by C. \V. Estes, of 1 the .Mill-west Grain Co. No. .1 nt 1. No. 3.1(1'". No. 1 .111; :: No. Yellow — 1 ai 1.11; 1 at 2 Mixed .. al l .tiiH;; Mi.Veil at 1 1'iU No. I .Mixed- I ai l.i'i;i;. Oats. White oat.s: 2 at Kaffir. 2 White liafilr: .". nt l.'iT Z .Mixed: 1 at l.'iT. Milo. -J Yello-v mllo: 2 at \.~>> :. Yellow: i; at. ).::. 1 V.'llici-: I at I 71 Rye. 2 iti-e; 1 ai 1 22. Barky. Sant].!e ll.trlei : I al ,'T Winnipeg Markets I lee. wheal: Sl.'.sa,, May wheal ; sl.lU\. July nhetti: l.i;2c. Minneapolis Market Coatis grains were having a tun in : t 'lfii^ lit.-? today. Wlieat demand is quiet Willi littlo or no e-:pnrt '* i:i..ii'.l but coin. kr "ir nnd milo are showinf; a lilt of pep, especial!} 'he ttvo t*or.7.tiimt cropy. - I.*iimartl Ayrcs. intinaKe. of the t'lntral Urain Iialiorntories Co., dined on four bass for breakfast I I inlay. lie caught them himself yesterc.:y. j liruce "-tiun^. treasut -er of the \ i Consolidaied Flour .Mills Co., <li! clr-reil Ihis mornlni; Mint, quail ! si-:mcil to fc plentiful iti Seward '"iinti- -..-here l :e has been hunt- i inf;. He said he didn't shoot, the , 1 : li oil but s.a-.v many coveys i 1 mi ir the road ivhere ho couldn't • shoot. ground. V. llealty Issues ad vaneed about .1 points each. With standard investment shares ilpurliiK consptcuouslj- In tho upward sweep of prices, trading w-as stimulated In all sections of the list. Tho continuance of pool operations was reflected in the rapid rlso ot numerous speculative issttes. Mailinson Silk was turned over tn blocks ns largo as seven llioiisniid shares, advancing two points to the year':: hlphest level. New 11)2. kit,h records were established by more than 20 other issues. Including prominent, rails such as Atlantic Coast Line, Illinois preferred, Texas ant! l'uclflc, Wnbnsh preferred "A." St. lxnils- Sutithwestern and hoth Frisco issues. Gains of 1 to 2 points embraced stocks of varied industries, incliidini: U. S. Steel, Central Leather preferred. Hudson Motors. Allied ChemLal and Worthinston Pump. Korelun nxchnnpes advane- ed under the leadership of sterling which reached a new 1D2I hlsh at HespontliiiK to numerous favorable influences such as the good Impression created In business and financial circles by President Cool- ii'RO's niessnpo to congress, relucu- lion of money rates, tho upward sweep of sterling toward parity and reports of business improvement, stock prices continued their climb to lumber ground throuirhout the. mornlni; sessiun. Southwestern rails, -whoso dividends on Krlsco common were, actively boURht. Seaboard Airline preferred .soared 7 points while Frisco common and preferred, "Katy" common and preferred, Wabash preferred "A", St. Louis-Southwestern and Gulf, .Mobile and Northern advanced J to 'A points. Heavy accumulation of MalVinson, which crossed 4), followed the announcement that November sales were 100 per cent in excess of those of the same month last year. .More than two score Issues, halt of which were rails, had attained new peak prices before noon. Call money reuewed at 3 per cent. Foreign Exchange. New- York, Dec. 4—Foreign exchanges firm; quotations in cents; Ureal Britain demand 4.6S->i; cables 4.(19. France demand, C.52; cables 5 .f '2Vi. Italy demand 4.32*i ; cables Helghim demand D.OO'.i; cables 13.01. t'iermany demand 23.SI. Holland demand 40.45- Switzerland demand 19.37. t'.reece demand 1.81»~. Poland deni-uid .lU'.i. Ozecho-Slovakiu demand 3.01V;. . 31 i .i .ItlK 'i . M' 4 ..Ks'.i ..171 .. K,3 .. iVi'.i • • 'I-'T» ,.i;m ..ids' .. raii; ..133U .. Hi* 7tiis .. ll'i .. I'J .. '.HVi .. 4 'Ji 'i .. Sll'.i .. HI-; ..l.'IT., "n '-i- '.'.liii'.i; .!i ::!i' a ..KIT .. li.-.r-i ..ins LIBERTY BONOS. Final prices (iiioled by the .Mc- NaKhten Loan company today were; ;i!ii% Sloa .2s-32 WasliliiKlon, llec. .(.—A United Slides army nlrplnnis will race the shadow of Din moon nearly 400 mlle.n acvuss New York Mole rtiir- Ins too eclipse of tho sun .Tuiuiary 21. Carryinii a specially designed (anient, pliotoRrnphH will bo taken from the air of the sun's nnntitiK coi 'otm lis tnudo visible in the eclipse. The purpose of the experiment., as worked out by David Todd, professor emeritus of astronomy of Aniheist college, and for which use of tlio plum; has been grunted by MaJ. lien. Patrick, chief, of I he air service, Is to permit photographing for it longer period than the approximately two minutes for which the eclipse will bo visible from the earth, The plane, to he piloted by Lieut, (leorite \V. fiotldard. and with nr. F. II. Hiirka, gorprumcut physicist, oporatittk" the camera, will leave Buffalo shortly before, the eclipse is visible, nnd -will fly ill. top speed siiutlienslwanlly toward Monlaiik Point, Loni; Island, As the eclipse .will pass tlio lip or Long Island j about ten minutes after ll reaches jlluffnlo, however, the plane will be overtaken swifty and left fur behind as the dark shadow rushes eastward. Pi-at.l, Dec. 4,—For whipping; an editor $1, A Jury in'Pratt comity district court yesterday evening levied. judKmeut for a dollar on behalf Nate M. Hecce, editor ot the Pratt Tribune, in bis suit against Walter Peacock, son or cx-niuyor Peacock. ,Mr. Heocn had sued for Ja.lSll daiiinkes for the Injuries which he sustained from injuries including i\ fractured les and loss ot time whllo undergoing treatment In the hospital. The assault which occurred on fieptemlfcir 21, 192:1, resulted from tho mayor's BOP taking offense at some articles printed in tho Tribune about his rather. Ho demanded that Mr. Keeca discontinue his editorial attack hut his request was refused. A light ensued nnd Heece was thrown to tho floor nnd his leg crushed and broken and his nukle was dislocated. Peacock maintained Hint he attacked tho editor entirely lu sett defense when the miter had attempted to assault him. at Atlanta Hears of Accomplishment* of Past Four Year*. 2nd 4?n . 1st 2nd A ti cj llrd 4>i «-r 4111 V. S. iVi 101. 3-3: 101.22-3: Ifll. 102. , 105.11-32 LIVESTOCK MARKET Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City, Dee. 4.—CATTLE— Receipts, 4.D0O; calves 80(1; slow, all killing classes generally steady; short load mixed yearlings ?10.00; heavy steers held around $10.00; hulk fed steers and 1 yearlings, S7.e0(ff!l.00; butcher cows and heifers ?3.4tlfi:5.75; canners and cutters $2.15 {ji3 .15; practical top veals $9.50; mediums and heavies $3.005"-7.15; stockcrs and feeders steady. HOOS—Receipts .17,000: very slow, early sales to shippers mostly lri1.-25c lower; $!>.15 paid; packers bidding 25c lower, JB.10 bid on choice weighty butchers; bulk of sales SS.75S/ 9.10; desirable 200 lo 250 pound averages ?S.«0ii) H.10; packing sows $S .:;r >'h $.50; stock pigs slow, bulk $5.751i (i.:i5. SHEEP—Receipts 0,000; lambs steady to 25c lower; practically no woolen lambs ou sale.; odd bunches natives S14.00ft.14.25: best clippers $12.15; others $11,405' 11. S5: odd lots sheep steady. Chtcaao Livestock, Chicago, Dec. 4.—HOGS—Receipts S.i.OOO; uneven; largely 25c lower; weighty butchers l'.i!ii2ftc off; underweight 25ir/u0c lowor; heavv receipts top J9.15. CATTLE—Receipts 12.000; general trade firm; spots higher on fed steers and Jower grades fat she stock; bulk fed steers SS.flrt5rl0.ou; best weighty offerings averaging 1,522 ponrds $10.05. SHTiEP—Receipts 22.000; dull very little business; few sales fat lambs weak lo 25c lower at SI 1.75 (315.000; fat sheep nnd feeding lambs weak; handy weisht fat ewes ?S.005i.'S.30. Admits Butchering Another Man's Cow; Held by Authorities The failure of Hen Eli'od, a fann­ er west of Nickerson to give a satisfactory explanation ot the manner in which he came In possession of a 700 pound heifer which he butchered recently, caused his nr- retil by Sheriff Jesse Lancford and Undersheriff Faye Drown yesterday evening. Elrod was suspected of having stolen the heifer, the hide of which ho is nlloged to havo sold to the Winchester Packing Co. Sheriff Langford reports that, his invcstlga. Hon of the case caused Elrod to tell several conflicting stories about how he got bold of the ,-mim.f). When first questioned, he declared he purchased the heifer from a neighbor and the neighbor corroborated tho statement. When questioned later tho neighbor admitted that he was untruthful and told the story to the officers at Elrod's request. The heifer is claimed to have been the property ot ijenry Schmocker, a farmer living 10 miles west of Nickerson. Now Elrod claims that the animal strayed on bis farm and was such a nuisance that Ho and another man butchered It. Further investigation of the case is being made by Slier- Iff I afford. Charges of grand )an^» were to.be brought ngalnst lslro.. some'.ime today. Women Attending Dressmaking School The 12 district leaders of the women's division of tho Reno County Farm llureau are attending a two day course in dress milking at the court house today and tomorrow. This course is a part of n three year program ot Instruction, which Is under the direction of Miss Loretta .McKlmurry, clothing expert from tho Kansas Slate Agricultural College. These leaders had number two- day course last spriug iu patterns and dress form work. The course |" ( they nre taking now includes the principles ot sowing, the layout of patterns and the making of adult dresses. The leaders who receive this training nro required to teach similar courses to Ibo community leaders iu tho various communl* ties In tho county and they In turn livscli the worl; In their home communities, according to .Miss Edith llolmhorg, homo demonstration agent. Five Die When An Interurban Train Crashes Into Truck DR. PAYNE TO TELL —. LUNCHEON ABOUT ALASKA Dr. Chits. Payne, of .Milwaukee. Wis., noted world traveler and lecturer will give the address at the Chamber of Commerce luncheon next Wednesday noon. Dr. Payne recently returned from a trip through Alaska, and he will tell something of that northern ti rritovy. TREASURY BONDS . READILY TAKEN Washington, Dec. 1—Subscriptions to the. new' treasury long term bond Issue of 200,000,000 opened yesterday, exceeded halt billion dollars today and acting Secretary Winston announced that the I oiferinc (or further cash sale will i he withdrawn at the clor-c of bust ineFs tonight. Allantu. Dec. 4.-The triumphs of the churches In many fields wore told In the report of tho general secrolurlos to the Federal .Council of churches nt tills morning's business session of the iiundronnlul meeting iintler tho chairmanship of Dr. Robert 10. Speer, ot New York. The report relates that the growth of tho copperallvo movement, during tho last four years, has, been normal, but that thero has been nu increasing movement onthe part nt tho churches to work together and to do the things In common which they cannot accomplish working Mono, Tho spiritual slgulflcanco of the work ot the Federal Council was stressed. Need Individual Help. Humming; up the report ot tho executive committee for the. press. Dr. Charles S. Macfurland, general secretary, said; "We aro not likely to experience any great advance in public righteousness -without a great advance in personal holiness. For this reason, the work ot the commission on evangelism is being slressed. The churches ara working together along these lines and in many communities lmvo by special periods of concerted effort, placed the emphasis on evangelism, or porsonnl religion. "During all Its history the commission ou the church und social service has been a center through which the churches have acted unitedly in bringing Christian principles to bear more effectively upon social mil Industrial lite. The fight iigainsf. the 12-hour day in Industry Illustrates this. Tim Tacts were gnthered wllh special reference to tho steel Industry. Almost every paper In tho county published tho statements on the moral issues involved. "In the movement in behttlt of inculcating respect for law, with special reference to the Eighteenth Amendment, the Federal Council has played a quiet hut effective, pari. * "Through the work of the Commission on the Church nnd Race llelatlflhs. practical expression has been given to the ideals ot Interracial co-nperut.lon. In many com- munlties leading while and negro cltly.ens are serving on inlet'-racial committees. There has been an aggressive campaign of education against lynching." I'lIONi: 411 )1) AND CALL FOH CLASSIFIED AD DKl'T. OPJfU'.V.S.SS" UL1ND A-tll-t I-M1— :i n-i-j-t it-it'--:l-i'-'— I .ini-- a ic-ii— .\i .12~n Al) KKI'I.IF.S .M •!'-:' n-ii- I ti-i:-; p- u -1 IM2~11. > tj-tl— 1 S • 1 (1-3 11-11-5' V -11— -l 'Jttieia te ciuinni) ui utni:i)iit.tmiu nilvcrllncnirntji for the currant day a iflsuo ennnut bo ncctuitod later than 111 V.m. for Tho News una 0 p.m. for Tim Ilcritld. All changes ami Sills roclved aftnr lluieo Itnuri will IftKo effect th rulclmvitig day. Th Hutchinson Nows-HsrsW Is » meinrjrr of Tho Association ai News- pa per Classified Advertising Mauagrs. which Includes icailins uitwspatn'ra tltioughuut Hie country, and bus for its aim the ctlnilriatljn of fraudulent and mlalnillniT classified advertising:. The llntehm.son News-Herald 8$ web bs every other mouther of the association, eiulcuvurs to print only truthful Want Ads and will npi.tecitttc havluis Its attention called to any advertisement not conformlns to tho highest standards c.f honesty. All cl .iRslllvil nils will bo lnsc -terl both morning and evening Issues of the pap.a. An ail which ts accepted for a ttiiiKle Insertion will npyrar in Doth Thi- News nnd The Herald. ClasftlfleiJ advertising terms nra cash. Phone orders are accepted for convenience, but with the understanding thHl bills will ba paid ou presentation. Tho News ttntl The lleraal wm not on responslliltt for more than one In- Correct insertion of any advertisement orderd for moro than one lime, errors not tho fault of tho advertisers which clearly lessen the real v.iliie of the advertisement will he r^etlfled only by mifolicnlton without extra cbuisn within FlVK days ttrtcr Insertion. No republication will bo made when tho error docs not materially uttce.t tlm sense or puriiose or the advertisement. „ . TELECnONE AOS Tim News niul Tho Herald will give careful attention to all nils received over the telephone, but cannot nuar- snlce Accuracy Plan Troop Reorganization. lk\v Scout troop l.'i, will mtvl this evening at tho Trinity Mcih- odist church to make plans lor] reorganization. The meeting will j start promptly nt S.-IIO o'clock and i all the scouts of this troop arc j asked to bo present- ', in answering advertisements, please, mention the Nowa-Hentld. LEO A L NOTICE llltrediL'i'd :tu,l r,;ul Xev. V.c:i. First plltiUslud I'd-. 1st, l'.'-l. RESOLUTION. wm'.nK.IS, It Is necssiiry to eon- sttuit sanitary se\i,.r.-, In the Oitv <i. HiitcliltiSHii i,i pt-emnt. tlio c-alllt naa niiicriil welfare cf tin i-nal it.im.s itici-'jef and lo iMnii-lc t. 1 .' t.i-iti't;:. iri.l taxing illslrict .T ef ati i ier said sanitary soui-rs; mm', th'r<f"i e; UK Vf IIKSSOLVFII lty li-., l '.".T -'l ..I I'Liniln's^ieiHis ot th') City ci ltuli:Ui!isen. K'.iesas' Tttat a sanitary >.ai-cr la let a! I..i eousti-ucti'l to I." kiKiMti as Mnni'.ii y .--'eiver l-tt.'.r.tl No. i:s. I.i-iniiin,.- a: lbin.intiole ut tt'.-j hit'-vsis lion •! iho aliiy I'i in..', n Tliirlectilii ana |.-uurlcinth SHivrt«, anil the ti 11,•; I":- tiii'.n MreliMm iia.t Ntcnmc ritiei-ls, iia-ace .N,,nh ;;:.. r-.":. :iis.t mat flic t'.'licfit nnd laMi'n di-lrS't he I,.as '.' te l:' tllehisive. lia.-k liulcllins.el Invintmeni Ci'mpm-.'s l'lfth Aldiioti 1" the l.';ty of Hutclan.'-'ii, l.'Us 7 to :;ii Incltisiv". Illt-'k ft, MiiUliirmm ln- v.stun-ut l-en'li.uiy'i. .Sli.t^ Ae.itAtnn ti the cur ,>r Huohir.s'ii, act J.'iis li to 111 11.i' 1!:j 1 •'. J::-,.. Li. .HIl'M'U- .-.•n luvi'st nt. ut I'-'ien.tTiy-s s.x'.h A(|- ililion to (lie - ":v e: H a nhbi - 'n. Kan.-as: all in th' i.'Jti- ef Jl '.i''tl;!:?ul), liansas. Ai",les^il N.'A.in... r " SMI. S '.'l WAl.TKl: F. Jli.M -S. .Mayor '• 1-:. I.YMAS. w. l.. |:i:nw.v, H. .). IMSICAKU, i.tnti '.'N ii i'-i:i ;i ;isiis, Ct 'inni1rt^i"ti' is Att,»- • Argentine reports lend to make .eiirn more bullish now. There is : eonsiderabli more reason to bei iieve corn prices will be sustained than ihi'i-e Is to think present wheat levels-will continue. Call Money. I New York, Doc. 4.—Call monov : easier; high 3; low It; ruling rate ; 3; closing bid :i; offered at 314; j lut-t loan 3; call loans against uc- • ceptauccs 2i»; time loans firm; : mixed collateral 6U.90 days Z%<n> j.'I'.i: four-six months aiVi 1?li*i; j primo commercial paper ,1i.s. Wichita Livestock. Wichita Kan.. Dec. 4.—HOGS— Receipts 1,000; looks 20c lower; prospective top J'J .00; hulk fS.75fr S .95. CATTLE—Receipts 400 including 100 calves; light run; market null; bee-t steers $5.50187.75; beef tows and heifers 53.501* 7 .00; bulla .;2 ..VJ ft 4.00; veal calves S'.I.SOC s.50; blockers and feeder;; JS.OOQ 0 .75. NEW YORK STOCKS. |.'.rl...l by Janil's li.nn,r ItoranaUKll-Wiley building, Irom .V.-w York. I LOCAL MARKETS Sunflower Produce. Heavy hens, lf,c: light hen.-, 12c; springs 10c; stacs 12c; Leghorns Dec. wheal: May a heat: anil blacks roosters' 7c; 2 12c; old all weights Lie; I urkeys. No. 1 20c lulus 15c; ducks old No 10c; PRODUCE MARKETS Kansas City Produce. Kansas Ciii. Dec. I.--F.(;i; Vnchangeil, firsts I'J.' £4c. rtCTTKU FAT l.'iuliangcd. lie HL 'TTKIt— I'nehanced; creiilli ery I)>id5tic; packing :'2e. POULTRY - Fiichangiid: IPC: roosleis 12c: sprincs broilers 2 !!e. EC.GS—Kresb, per dti'i. 40c. Loc4t Grain. WHFAT-ttMoted by Wm. Kell} Mill ivln-al {1.33. SHU11TS f 1 .07. IIIiAN- J !-3 'i. Swtft & Co. nUTTEilFAT-No. I 4i)c; No. 2 eel I'd i li-lls HCTTI'.'R—Creamery l'.C.Cii- Fresh, S5e." Chicago Potato Market. Chicago, Dec. 4.-POTATOES ~ Trnding modenite; ntarkel I 'lrm, for gotnl stock; Minnesota sacked round whites fair lo ordinary ^5*1 Kansas City Hay. Kai.-as City, Dee. 4. HAY-Re i -eipts 37 ears; uticliangeii. TIMHTHV No. 1 ttUl.wifi 17 .U(l; standanl. $ 1 5.(ill?) 1 5.50 ; No. 2 013. 5 (1 il 1 I 5 (i; No. 3, S12 .0II "(l Li.tiil, PKAIU1E -No. 1. $12.il0(i/13.(W; ; iiif ! STKLLS; Jl.'ttlli'il.in Steel ('Oil' ... .('Oln l-tivl ,v llwll l.'tl .... 1 1 'Tis .-il.ii- Site! Co . i\iM li'i'ii 1'11'C. Co 11 c.If Miatisi Slcel 1 CM .it Northern Ore ..... It' fil'lic lion & Klvil .. C S Sli-'l Coil' Common . It's s-.. 1 I forp I'lt-ferred 1 I 'Ul'PKKS; Anm stu.tilmr Iteflnlng : ,\ !ii.( onfla 1 VlMMT ('o . . . . iSiUa'cu /.'.QC ,'» L'-iul ... I 'lilno 1 'opper t'o : ,'hiit- t '-nnii-r en ' 1 III t tin .v. .Superior i Iiispiration Coi'io.r 1 Kennoeolt Cojiper t:.-i' Cons : I"t.ui (.'i.jdi.-r Co 1 t.ll.S: i Sinclair Censolidaled ... . . M.irlatnl 1 ul Co . 1'aeit;.' cii! Co . I'an-.Vnin I'd rs r l'rani« ".' I'an-Alnu Pet .1. Trulls "I Pare nil Co I'hiiUl's . l'eirol.'iou ('o.-.bii ,v Co ' I'.eial 1 sk.-lty nil ', Sian.i.ivd ' Slali'lai'.l 1 Shell llll'J •T.'\.i- '" 1 '.V; l(''.i .1I7C, •lsl'.s Cotton Market. New Y'ork, Djpc. 4.—Cotlou futures closed steady; December 22.811c; Jan. 22.955T22.S7e; March 23.35 iT/ 23.30c. Spot quiet; middling 23,;ioc. Probe Education of Chaplin's Kid Bride Los Anceles-, Dec. I. Whether the education of sixteen y.-ar old Lillian Louisa. Alc.Murry i'haplin. bride of the film comedian. Charles Chaplin, has conformed to Dm California compulsory schooling law since her appearance, iu the movies, as Lita (Irey, is antler In! vestigation says the Los Angeles Time's. ' The. Times, which several days j ago published a birth certificate T'-; I revealing .Mrs, Char.lin -jy a much i younger woman that the public had ,,3.; j linlieved her lo be, quotes liny- Djjtroit, Mich.. Dec. 4.—Crashing into tile trailer or a truck loaded with fn«y steel drums ot turpentine, a limited train on the Detroit United Lines Interurban. bound from Detroit to Clevelnutl, was wrecked nt Wyandotte, a suburb, last night. Five persons were killed and the'ir bodies burned beyond recognition by lire which destroyed the front car of the two-car train. .More than a score of persons were bruised and cut. Daniel Callahan, of Toledo, 1110- tornian on the wrta ked car, was killed supposedly when he was struck by one of the turpentine drums. Mrs. Carrett Kisseberlh, of Toledo, the only other one of the dead identified, suffered a fractured skull. The other three dead include two women unit a little girl, all of whom were found in their seals and who are believed to have died before thy car ciiuchl fire. Tito Interurhun limited was said by witnesses lo have, been traveling about sixty miles an hour when il struck Hie trailer of the truck, driven by Harry Culver, of. Toledo. It is believed sparks from a broken trolley wire set fire to the turpentine. Culver, uninjured, was arrested, pending an investigation. sso- program for Rowland to Topeka. \ is. P. Rowland, county superintendent left today for Topeka where iie will nifend everal e\ecutlve meetings of the Kansas Teachers Association. He will meet with the directors ot the association, and also attend a meeting of file legislative committee. He will further meet with the heads, of Hi" different departments of the elation to arrange I the Fdiieailonal Council of Admin-; , istration nMo 'iing which will be, j lielil during January. Few Heard Missionary. The rain prevented many from , ! hearing the inter..-stiiv; accounts of ; ! the lift; of Dr. c. .1, Siautfaclter a : ! medical missionary I 'nun Africa; : last night at the First .VcthodUt , church. He win he here for the re- i ' niaiudi-r of the week, addressing \ ' the various missionary societies, i anii again tit th-.' Sunday oveniuc : j services. TOO LATE To.CLASSIFY IV.IXTRP-.'rn h.-s* from owner, w has al.ont an aero, with good hou*-' 'hie iiioiro.- to s.-P: tvurth th'' titoto-i '01- e:isK_Jjh„u,. I«»l. viif v; mai;i: 1 l-fi) maVi ,17.*i».«"imii. Ion v.ith ],•!;.il)!., fuiri; ,s v ,:n.; . \l ''Ti. ]'..'.•, retail. A'Mress Y-l^ mond P. Dunlop, director of the compulsory education department, as saying lasl night that, "very careful attention will be given to set) that she meets the iiients of the law just ih ( . another person of her age regard less ot circumstances." require- It'll I RENTED FLIVVER: FAILS TO RETURN IT, in or >!! of 1 idi I7-; :i"> No 2. sin on •( I l.fiti; No. 3. $7,111)') 11.5 (1. 1 ALFALFA — Chiiice. S.'3.5li'ii i '" 25.0 (1; No. I, .S :'2 .uo -7i 23 00; stand- i •aril; i ?lS.5ii:'o .1.50; No. 2. sio .ouvi \ l.S .IUI; No. i 13 .I.UI'.! 15.5 .1 a«l..1 l:.\ll,UtiA|., A T ,v S F IC'iiliniols- ,v 1 II til Ill .".•:•.( Norm.1 ilnois c'cnira i CLOVKIt -Mixed iH .5ii''M5.5d; No. 2 liglii. *ll No 1. I 'l-it I l.uil. l .oolsviUi. ,k Me i'lielrlc Mo I'a.'llt,. N.i-nvllie Coiiiinoii . Chicago Produce Chicago, Dec. 4—IIF'J'TER— Lower; crnainery extras 4fi!sC; KUiiiiliinls .:2', s ei firsts I2lfr-14c. KtiCiM—-I^ower; firsts 47 i>j . ordinal v firsts HnlfMIV; refrigen- 1 Chicago Dec. 4--Lueilli> Mursluill I 5 ', >; '!" e i '" u "i'- ,Y'" I !'..!....Ic 1. ,.l.l.... 1 1...1.. 'I 1 "'. lV o I' .1.1 ; I Youths Acquitted. Ni.rlo.in 1';1 'i'lin«y!v:tn!: Ite.ittiin: |!f Jli.clc l.ilaiel 'Jen. -McDonald, who stilted that lie lives here, evidently 'tlinuglit , ilial tile ?ld depii'-it which lie made ! wiien ho secured a Ford livery • coupe from '.he Drive. U- Yourself I Livery Tnestlny ailernoiin, was s (loutpieli: payincui. lor tho car. He ; rented the car ahout 2:30 in the ; artel'liooll sa.ilug lie '.ainltl be ^rutt' . oniy a short lime hut ho has not •lunvii wo since. 1 County 'illicers are noic binkluit, ! for the car whlcli bad lieoitso num- ' her 221 -3110 and v .-ns (.'i|iil|ip.;d win; :i hull meti.-r .('U the l"li. ironi wio I and had a "Drive it Youtoolf" sii .n ; on the radiator. tor fit rax .WiSM'e; rtrst. Q'SOc. jJttULTHY- Alive, fo4EP' '.''ii 2'- < -'; spring: em Ji'.'o; iiii-kf .vH 2uc •«WMl7e. tuUjand Anna Valanls, bobbed linlf, 1 rtotttinnt " ! Anthony Valitnls and William i '-'iiion unchanged; ' l.ytlon, fr, ib'l . nil in 'heir -'.cns.- 22l", 1 'iitrii- '• w'eiv loii'.i.l .-..,' ^o.il'i ',,t.v! nl.oii of liiickn !>'(•; ; 1 he killing of Mrs. Jlimslu CiieiiS'; I'.i'i' M .ll Mll 'fOllS: I lie slei' I'll-- At I- Uudbou Mototb Back From C;iiall Hunt. Uruco Young. W. It. Young, Hal r.l ' i'A arti, and Kd .MeNiigblen rc- c. ;! / uriifd thh mornii!,'.: from a . 1 -1 .: r J :-",'j imm. 'i'lioy repoi-t the <(ii»j| to be iiji'j jiKfuvIfut In Meade couniy. .nii- Consolidate Haven Boys, Girls Clubs The hoys and girls poultry, lilt; and call' dubs at Haveu w'ere con- oolidaied into the Haven Federated 411 Club al. a nierilng which ; was hob] Tuesday night: at the i home of Rnlph Williams. There j '.veto 31 nienibfi -s of Hie club tires; enr and 12 of their parents. Tim new officers of the 01 r.ani /ni ion are: president, Carl Williams; .secretary-treasurer. Louis (lull:, j and reported, Harry Schlikait. i The club is subdivided into \ three suborders which itie the ; pouitry ilemonsti'aiion no nibers. 1 1 he pig tieiuoiisiraiion members, i a /id the calf club meuibt.ri. Th" newly chosen oliieets of tint poul- ! try club dltl-iou are; Phyllis -Muli chai . prrsideni, iCiJ/abeth Wi : iitms. secieiary nnd Mrs. Lilly S .MiO .ehacer, adult 1 nilor. The of Lei.-- of (lie pig club are: Freder' icK lli -tt, pr .'Sideni; Louis lltilil, ...ci els.: y and Chits. Hi.-.l. adult i.'.iihn'. The calf club (ifiicers are: llunier lli '.il, lu'csldent, IToreni e i-'orUei, secr .-iai 'y-treasui 'i /r antl Al; Inii. S. Schlickau, adiill leader. New Scout Troop to Meet. Roy Seoul trtiop fi will meet 11,Li . Viiiiliic in Hie lini "hL- ol Colniu- bus hall. Tht -i troop Tia,. .'icon recently rouruttulzeU wilh Wurrcit

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