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THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER tKiux kvciniing, AUGUST 6, l&so. I
I BROAD INTEREST
I IN MINES .SHOWN
prince Con. Proves Exception
to General Raise and De
Trains in mining stocks today was
wether active and was well scattered
throughout the different districts. The
p-ietp. renerally speaking. BCemed to
ho n trifle stronger, in the majority
bf H&e stocks, although there wore
H or? or two that showed weakness
This wr" most noticeable In Prince
H Con. which sol ! m high as
"-lav. and changed hands today as
Jow as 26 c. closing with this price
ARs Tunnel "nd Black Metals each
nh RCi Eureka Lily wa steadj
i-c Columbui RexAll sold from
?s o XTc. lion King went :t 21c New
.. ;rtv was active at 5c. Emma Sll--
e.janged hands at 5c. Prince
Cen, so!d at 2 and 26C, Silver Kins
C-a! wis active at $14" and tl.U'i,
H --,1 WhodlaWn sold at 15c.
(Quotations furnished "vr the pri
vates wire if .1. V Hocle ft Co.,
II i coles Building.)
Vhion "8 08
merrean Con 014 Qt
llta-Mlchlgan 00 .01
Beavtr Capper 00 v, nij
P. Kill 02 .02
r-.i - ottonwood no'-i mV
Hi" Metals . .0
N 3olUmbuS Rexall 37 .3 .
Brown Point 02
"-.lo-ido Con n3'4 07
Cs.rilt: 130 1.37
fl Druan Con 20
fl Daly West . . r,n 4 4
Bfl Fas Crown Point ... 01 03
fl F It Tin. Coal 00 01
Bait Tin Con 0?
A Baraks Mines ""'a 0
fl Eureka Lily ft'' -0'
f Rurka Bullion 06 o?
Eldina Silver ofi
Empire Mines 0 4 .05
Gold Chain 06 .os
fl r-rand Central 37 .46
H Howell 064 07'
Hfl Iron Blossom 25 28
I -on Kins 20 - 1 j 1
1 Judge Mining 3 80 3. "7
Kennebec 1 .16
1 Keystone 60 1.00
Leonora ... 01 .02
LehJ Tlntlc 07 .07
m Day 01 -
Millar Hill -01
Ms.mmoth 40 .60
stoesbw 02 i
tfjeh.-rtah 02 .08
North Stan 02 03
New Qulne 03 "5'i
Ohio Cupper -30
Opohongo . .004 111
Xfell Driver 73 .75
Plutus 3t 31
Prlr.oe Con -'.' 2 6
Provo ,,4l2 0JSi
v. t , Argentine .
t:leo Wellington D- 1S
Slls 05 06
H Sil King Cpttl'n 1.42 I IC
B!l. King Con. 1 37
S ou:; Ton "3 .0 4
1 .:h Hecia ?5 1.00
Bouilj Standard 21 2 7
Fills e- Shield 16 18
Ts:- Babv o: u3
Tl'.tie Central M ':'
I T nt c Statidjird . 3 4"
l J Ttah Conn oi ni
yr7 . fr.O Sam
I Victor 02 .10
rnion Chief .. .0514 1"
West Toledo "4J4 08
talker 3. 00 3 25
Woodlawn 14 .16
Yankee 2 .02
;,:imi 142 .18
Empire Copper 2 4n
F.tirek I.llv. .t 500
Columbus P.exall. 200 at "kc- .Tihi ,h
t r.t.r: 1.000 at 3 7c
j Iron King. 500 at
New Qulncy. 5.0H0 at
ninn.i Sliver, l.OitO at 5c.
Sells. 2.000 at 6C
Soi;h Hecla, 700 at
i Yankee l.ooo al 8i
AKa Tunnel 1,600 M 15c.
Black Metals 1,500 n; 5c
Biff Hills. 1,500 at 2c
Ettreka lily, 2 000 at 5c
Colpmus Rexall, 100 el 37.
F.at Tlntlc r0n . 1,500 ll 7c
Iron Blossom. 100 at 2 5c
Iron Kins:. 1,600 at 2-c.
Emma Silver, l 000 at 54.
Prince Con , 1,860 at :'6r. l.ooo at
Rico Argentine, o ooo at 2e, 1 ooo
Ids Peak, 2 000 at lc
Sller Kin Coal.. 300 at $1.42;
77 at fl .17 20(. at J1.40.
Woodlawn. 1 ooo at 15.-
'HICAGO An 6. Sharp new ;uV
ance in the price of wheat resulted
todaj from continued anxiety over tho
likelihood of war between Great Bri
tain apd Russia Prolonged dry weath
er In the corn belt threatening serious,
i-rop iliim.ige tended furihei i" in.'-,-slfy
bullish sentiment On the othoi
hand, reiterated assertions that tin
British royal CdmVniSSlon was .-till out
of the market as a buyer of wheat had ,
no apparent influence as check on
the upturn in values Opening pi l 1
which ranged from ' to - high
er, with December $"J 43 to -' 4 r apd
Merch $2.46 to 2.47, were followed
by additional gains for December.
Bulls In corn made much of the fact
that aside from tho war stare and
i he unsatisfactory crop outlook, the:
datl receipts of corn were lean than
current requirements. After opening
to 3c higher. Including Septem
ber at $1.48 to l.Sl and December
$1.20 to 1.29;, the market continued
Onts mounted with other urnin.
otarting to l7nc up. September
74 to 75c, and later hardening
Higher quotations on hogs as well
.i - on cereals lifted provisions Buyers,
howevsr, were scarce.
I KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Auk. b Cat
tle Receipts, 2.00U, practically no
native steers offered. quarantine
steers, 2f-c higher at 10.0001200; I
she-stock steady to stronK: canners
Strong to 2Sc higher; other classes
steadv, beai vealers. $13 QD. mowt '
calves, $8.00 12 00.
Hogs Receipts, 1.000; heavies. I
steadv; others 10 to 15c higher, top. '
$15.80; bulk light and medium, $15.60
-5 15 75. bulk heavy. $15 00$ 15.50.
9heep Receipts. 2 500; market
low killing grades scarce; sheep and
lambs about steady; Texas lambs,
$ 12 65, feeding and breeding ewes
L OMAHA LIVESTOCK.
OMAHA. Neb . Aug. 6. Cattle
Receipts 600; quality rather common.
bout steady on all classes.
Hogs Receipts. 5,600; market fair
ly active, 16 to 'ibc hlih-r bulk med
ium and light 14.50 4j 1 5.50; top.
$15.80, strong weiKht butcher and
packing grades. $13 90 1 4.40.
Sheep Receipts. 4.sno, Iambi
mostly 25c higher, best lamb. Jl :
heep. steady; best ewes. 16.85; feed
era strong, best feeding lambs, 111
Investment Buying of Rail Is
sues Infuses Strength Into
IVIarket After Midday
NEW YORK Aug. 6. Pessimistic'
foreign news Influenced active selling
atr.iln In the Initial dealings on the
! stock exchange There was some lr-1
regularity, United States Steel touched
la new low figure at 3i Atlantic- I
Gulf. Marine preferred. Vanadium, I
i Corn Products, American Sumatra
iTobioen, Shell Transport, Canadian.'
1 l' i"lflc and Chesapeake and Ohio lost
1 to 2 points. Union Paclfle, American
International. Mexican Petroleum and
I .Middle States Oil were carried up a1
point with slight fractional advances
In Baldwin. Bethlehem. Crucible,
Reading, Great Northern preferred
Baltimore and Ohio and Pennsl-
Buying orders flowed Into the mar
ket and there Was a substantial rally.
Steels, oils, equipments, leathers ship
pings and investment rails were ad
vanced 1 to 2 With Houston Oil ris-!
Ing f points. The advance was soon
'becked b fresh outpouring of slocks
I which carried man sharesj to new.
low levels for the movement Replogle ,
fell 7 points and Baldwin and Bethle-
hem Steel were also conspicuously
weak This liquidation had an un
I settling Influence despite the efforts
I to support prices here ;ind there and
the spasmodic short covering. For-j
Sign exchange rates wore higher, but
European government obligations i
were mostly lower
Buying of round amounts of leading
railroads which advanced 1 to 2
points Infused strength to the market
after midday. Early weak futures re-(
bounded strongly and a large propor
tlon of the list ruled 1 to 4 points,
above yesterday's closing. Lacknwan-1
na soared 21 points to 2 40 on reports
that Its coul properties would be segregated.
OGDEN I I ESTOCK
Cattle Receipts. 33; choice heavy;
steers $9.00? 10 00 good steers JS 00
f) 9 00, fair steers $7 oo s 00; choir
feeder st errs 6 uii(57.00, fair to good
cows ;ind !ieifers. $600700 f., lr
cows and heifers, $3 00ft 6 00; cutters. I
$5.00G.PO: ennnrrs ?3.oo ? 3.75 ; I
choice let-der cows, 5.00 6. Of: fat'
bulls, $5.00 6.00; bologna bulls, $4.00
r- 1' ', no veal calves, 9 no '; t'. 'u
Hogs Receipts, 67, choice fit hogs, !
175 to 25n pounds $13.75 1 4 50;
bulk of ales. $ 14,004. 14.26; feeders
$11 00 12 00.
Sheep - Receipts, 1. !?;. r-hoic
lamb's 1 0.00 Ig ll 50 wethers. 7 00 5
8,00; fat ewes. 15.00.06,00: feeder
lambs, $8.00 ri 1 0.00
Wehella Livestock Co., Truckee. 1
N' . .. 7 loads sheep; J Laval. Battle
mont. NeV., A loads shep; R I. Hess
Downej Lia . 1 load rirttlK, Preston
anma Shelly, Ida . 1 load cattle
CHI1 AGO LIVESTOCK.
CHICAGO. Aug. 6. Cattle Re
ceipts, 4,000: maiket steady to strong
lower grades anie. choice steers
si lie hen) beeves dull; bulk greasy
cattle $9 5n 14.00: better grades.
$14 .50 16.00; rows and bulls steadv
to strong, canners $4 00 4.50; wnl
1 Ives steady, mostly $ 1 5 50 1 r,.oo .
heay calves eery dull Blockers
dreggy; hulk. 7 00 9 js
Hoe-- Receipts, 15,000 market
opened 10 to 13c higher, advance on
licrht and llghi butchers lna early
top. $16.40. bulk light and light
butchers. 816 1 r G 'a 16 2 ". imlk pack
ing sows. $ 1 3.75 1 4 011 : pigs? 10 1o
25c higher bulk desirable kinds
$1 4.75. 1 ' to
Sheep- Receipts. 10 00 V. markc
ste-idy good western lambs and native
lambs, 1 4 2 hoice westerns held
$14. 0, fat ewes, 18.0006.26; feeding
lambs, $1 1 00 12.00
NK,W YORK Avig. 6 Mercantile
Exrhnnge Irregular, s.erllng: De
mnnd, ?.'.'' rubles. $3 66.
Francs; Demand, 7.2".c. cable's.
7 2 7r .
Felgian franco Demmd. 7 72c.
Guilders: Demand. 33.25c; cables,
Lire Demand 5 11c; cahles, B 13c.
Marks Demand. 2 16c; cables,
New York exchange on Montreal,
11- per cent discount.
Time loans, strong, unchanged
Call money, steadv : unchanRed.
MET Hi MARKET
NEW YORK Aug 6 - Copper. Iron.
; antimony and lead unchanged.
Tin. firm, $49.76.
Zinc, steady. East St. Louis, 7.65
At London Spot copper 94 pounds
' E" 6d lead, 37 pounds 5s. zinc. 4 2
1 pounds 5s. others unchanged.
NEW YORK STOCK LIST.
'American Beet Sugar 80
American Can .. 33
American Car Foundry . . .131
American Hide A- Leather pfd. . 754
American International Corp. .. 66
American Locomotive . .... 93
American Smeit. A- Refg 544
American Sugar . 118
American Sumatra Tobacco ... 80
American T. & T 95
' American Woolen 76
'Anaconda Copper 51
1 Atchison so
, Atl . Gulf W Indies 140
Baldwin Locomotive 106
! Baltimore A- 'h-b. 84
Bethlehem Steel "B" 74
Canadian Pacific ll"-
; Central Leather F. 1
'Chandler Motors SJ
! Chesapeake St Ohio 66
I Chicago, Mil. and St. Paul 34
'Chicago. R I & Pac 36
Chlno Copper 26
Colorado Fuel A Iron 31
Corn Products 86
Crucible Steel . ' 128
Cuba Cane Sugar 39
General Electric 139
General Motors 20
Goodrich Co 61
Great Northern pfd 72
Great Northern Ore Ctrs . 31
Illinois Central S3
Inspiration Copper 4 6
Int. Mer Marine pta 74
International Paper 76
Kennecott Copper . . 23
Louisville S Nashville, bid 97
Maxwell Motors 12
Mexican Petroleum . 155
Miami Copper IS V
Middle States Oil 12
Mldvnle Steel 3 8
Missouri Pacific 25
New York Central 71
N. Y N H and Haitford 14
Norfolk A Western S9
Northern Pacific 7T
Oklahoma Prod. & Ret 3
Pan American Petroleum . ... 80
People's Gas 28
Pittsburg imd West n 27
Ray Consolidated Copper .... 14
7;ep iron A Steel 81
Royal Dm. h N Y 71
Shell Trans. A Trad. . 62
Sinclair Con. Oil 25
Southern Pacific 91
Southern Railwav 27 s;
Standard OH or N J pfd 106
Studebaker Corporation .. 61
Tennessee Copper 9
Texas Co 4 1 3
Texas St Pacific 86
Tobacco Products 62
Transcontinental Oil 11
Union Pacific 117
I . S. Food Products S8
1'. S. Retail Stores 68
U S. Ind. Alcohol Su
I'nlted States Rubber S3
I'nlted States Steel .sfii,
Utah Copper . 62 ,
Weatlnghouse Bleotrlc 46 I
Willy s v ei land . . .... 16
Ainer. Zinc. Lead and Sm 1 1 ' j
Butte and Superior 18'
Ca la. Petroleum 23
Montana Power, bid 59
Shatiuck Arizona 8 I
ButC . Fl TURE8
CHICAGO. Aur. 6
Open. High. Low Close
'Dec... $2.43 $2.1 $2 36 I2.?6
Mar.. 2 46 2 50 2.88 2.38
Spt 1.4S 1.53 1.46 1.46,
Dec.. 1.29 1.31 126 1.27
Sept. 74 .76 73 73,
' Dec. .73 .73 .71 .71 t
I Sept 26 70 5.50 25.0
Oct. . ... ... ... 26.75
1 Sepf 19 25 1 9 40 l S 1 ," 18 95
) Oct. . 19.50 19.75 19.25 19.25
Sept ' ... 16.20 15 60 1 5 CO
'Oct.. 16.50 16.52 15.95 15.95
( V&H PRICES
. CHICAGO. Aug 6. Wheat, No. 2
red. $2 53 2.55; No 2 hard, $2 52 '
Corn, No 2 yellow, $1.58
ats. No. 2 white 8SS5c; No 3,
white 77 x4c
Rye, No 2 1 1 97 -Ji 2.o;
Barlev. 97c $1.12.
I TlmPthy seed. $S 00 11 00
f 'lorp -id $25 0030 00.
Ribs $15 OQC 15.25
r mivne krotiis.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. Aug. 6.
' Flour. 50 to COc higher; In nrload'
.lots, family patents, puoted at $13 35
to 13 80 a barrel in 98-pound cotton i
Bran, $42 00
MIA ER MARKET.
NEW YORK. Aug. 6 Bar silver,.
I dotnestie, unchanged; foreign, 95c '
Mexican dollars. 72c
The I'nlted States. Great Britain md
Gtrmanv produce 80 per cent of the
world's Iron and steel output
Modern accident insurance was first'
planned In England in 1845.
j GREETING THE DELEGATES
i nrsrc-- ? ---fcjtjdiji- Marilliig '.living at h- pJir.ni.ng dele-
..'. ' bBBE ''' '' f,,,ni their front i-T'h during
F M '''' N ' ' " " ' ' "' '' '"'''""
1 '" I ' I I '' sj H
If wfe:t" - -sii. . ,f "- '. ' ' ",. ' '.''j
I I P.I R TV B( N lis.
NEW YORK, Aug 6. FinaJ prices
of Liberty bonds todav were: 38,
91 oo. first 4, 85 40. second 4s, 84 SO.
first 4,4s. 85.40: second 4s, 84.80;
third 4t4s 88.60; fourtlv 4i,s, S5.24;
"ietc.ry 8a 95 66; Victory' "is,
N Y. si t. VR.
NEW YORK. Aug. 6. Raw sugar,
easier sales. 6,11,00 bagfl Porto Bit -
centrifugal. 16.04c; refined, quivt. fine
granulated. 21 00 22.50c
The easier spot market led to fur
ther liquidation In futures and pree
at noon were about 20 to 4 0 points
for active positions, although there
was only light trading
L N ! N S 1 1 . l It.
LONDON, Aug. C Bar silver.
59d per ounce
DlBCOUnl rates! Short bills. 6 per
cent, three months bills. 6 U-16tf
Ki n ER 1XD EGGS
CHICAGO-! Aug. 6. Butter un
changed. Eirtrs. higher' receipts 7.608 cas?s;
firsts, 45494.6c; ordinary firsts, 111:
45cJ 11 mark, cases Included, 4 3'm
46c; storage packed extras. 48c; stor
age packed firsts, 4 7c.
Poultry, alive, unchanged.
1 1 TO M I1K1 T
CHICAGO, Aug. 6 Potatoes, weak,
receipts 45 cars, cistern. $6 75 7.00
harre'. Kansas and Missouri early
Ohlos, $3 50 3 65; Kentucky cob
blers. $4 00 ii l lo
snip h,;i(a r.oi.p
NEW YORK Aug 6 The steam
ship Adriatic arrived here today from
Southampton and Cherbourg with
gold bullion valued at 401,000 pounds
P.I I l . KB PRODI (TinN
WASHLNGT' N. Aug. 3. Sugar pro-
ductlon from sugar beets this year Is
forecast at 2,007 OOO.OOO pounds h the
department of agriculture basing Its
estimate on the condition of the crop
July I- It Will be a record crop. Last
'car 1.453,OiO.OO0 pounds were pro
duced from sugar beeta and the aver
age production for fethive years,
1914-1S was 1 577.200,000 pounds.
! IS INDIGNANT
Men on Steamer Protest on
Quarters Assigned Them
in Antwerp Schoolhouse
ON BOARD THE U. S P. PRINCES
I M AT' OKA Aug. 6. (3 p m.) ( By
j wit less v ia London to the Associated
Pressi Discontent among members
, ef the American Olympic tcarn on
; board this steamer resulted in the
I bidding today of an Indignation meet
Mng at which a committee was appoint
ed to confer with the officials regard
ing future arrangements.
The officials were .severely criticised
a; the meeting and it was suggested
that the athlete refuse? to compete
unless the accommodations at the
Antwerp schoolhotise where the men
are to be lodged were better than
those on the steamer.
The men demanded also to be in
formed of the plan for sending a ves
'1 for the return trip, together with
an splanation as to how the athletes
, would get home after landing In New
I The committee appointed to meet
the team officials comprised Norman
Ross of Chicago Patrick G. McDon
ald, of New York. 11. J. Bebner. of
Chicago, Oliver Corey of Loh Angeles,
Kind Richard Reiner of New York
This committee has held one meet
ing with the officials and will hold
a second meeting tonight.
OFF BEI.GI N CO 1ST
ANTWERP Aug. C. (By the As
sociated Press) The transport Prin
cess Matolka. wilh the American1
Olympic, team on board signalled herl
arrival in tho river Scheldt late thlsl
afternoon. She Is expected to dock I
at Antwerp tomorrow morning.
Cleveland, o , was the' site of the
I first agricultural college in the United
Resigned Farmer Laboriics of
Salt Lake Accuse Candi
date of Radicalism
SALT LAKE. Aug 6. Replying to
j imputations against their "political ln-l
tegrltj niude by Parley P, christen-,
sen, presidential nominee of the Fnr-rqer-Labdr
party, H. A McCollein and
I Charles A, Weaver, resigned officials,
'of the party In Utah, today Issued a
st.-itei ciit saving "your Interpretation.
01' this phrase tshows poor analvsis of'
Their statement cited two instances
which, I hey said, Indicated Chrlsten
seP's connectVon with radical elements
In this campaign. One was an al
leged poisonal appeal to them not to
I Criticise the radical elemchls of tfie'
j new thtnl party "because it would be,
I delt imental to your (Cbxlatensen's) j
Tho other was the insistence of cer-1
tii In men not named on having Chris
: teiiscn Ir.lroduced at a local meeting
! b.v "a man . . . who had spent
years In a federal prison for his con-'
11 1 lion with the blowing up of a imm-
bcr of bqlldingS In parlous parts of
j the United States."
AMUNDSEN WILL 1
! FOR NORTH POLE
NOME. Alaska. Aug. 6. Cap
ta;n Roald Amundsen, Norwegian
explorer, will leave Nome tomor
row to reshme his attempt to
reach the North pole, he announc
ed today lie plans to steer his
vessel, the Maud, for Wrar.gell
island, off the northern coast of
Siberia ami from, that point to i
drift with the Artie Ice pack.
Captain Amundsen declared he
was certain of success in his ven
ture. He expects the voyage will
require five years for completion.
When the Matid ho'.sts anchor
for the start of the long Journey
all ships In Nome harbor will
form a line and escort the explor
er's vessel a short distance on the
northern trip. Plans have also
been made for taking moving pic
tures of the start.
AUTO BANDITS HOLD
UP MESSENGER BOY;
CARRY OFF S3179
KANSAS CITY, Mo , Aug. 6 Three
automobile bandits today held up and
'robbed Ralph Williams, 17 year old,
messenger for Wilson and company
I packers at Tenth and Minnesota ave
nue. Kansas City Kan., obtaining $3,-
'179 in currency The bandits es-cvaped.
STAYS AWAY FROM PORT
MIAMI Fla., Aug. 6. The British
Cable-layer, under charter to the
Western I nlon Telegraph company to
land the new Mlamt-Birbadoes- cable,
arrived today off this port but re
in uned outside the three mile limit.
The Colo'i:;i was bo.inb'd by Ke.ir
Admiral Ben'ton c. i in ker command
ing the flotilla of destroyers sent here
to prevent the landing of ihe cable.
A. H. Hubbard, British Vice consul at
Miami and W I Brcnhelm. general
traffic manager of tho Western Inlon
GOES TO JAIL RATHER
THAN GIVE WIFE MONEY
(By Int.cra.ittonal f!ev.3 Service.)
HoLYOKK, Mass. Rather than
give his wife $110 which he had
been concealing from his Iamll, Vie
(tor Morltz preferred a six months'
sentence In the House of Correction.
He told tho court that he had
placed the sum in ihp hands of a
bartender for safekeeping. When the
money was produced in court the
Jiidue gave Montr, tho choice of
turning it over to his wife or going
to Jail, and the defendant chose the
There are 300 counties In the United!
IRISH COERCION - J
BILL IS PASSED 1
Nationalist in Commons Is
Sent Out After Clash on
LONDON, Aug. 6. The Irish coer
clon bill was passed on Its third read
kb(, ', the house of commons this af-
ternoon by n vote of 206 to 18.
LONDON, Aug. C. In an exciting
scene In the house of commons this
afternoon during discussion of the
government's bill for restoration of or
1" i In Ireland, loseph Devlin. Nation
alist member from Belfast, was sus
pended :in sent from tho house. He
was followed on his doparturo by
other Nationalists, 0 great majority
of the Labor party and some of the
Independent Liberals among the Jeers fx
Of on oitv, rs supporting the ministry. jlfl
i i 1 1 in had delivered a speech - -B
dl oiinclng the proceedings as "sham
p.d humbug." He was called to or-
icr for Irrelevance but declined to re- H
sumo his seat. H
NAVY RESERVISTS I
MAY TAKE CRUISE I
TO TURK WATERS I
WASHINGTON. Aug. 6. Com- H
mandants of the First, Third and
Fourth naval districts have been
Instructed by the navy department
to order to nctive duty reservists
who desire such duty and to allow
them to serve on a flotilla of de-r-troyers
which soon Is to leave for
Turkish waters to augment the
American naval forces there.
Naval officials said today that
these orders prohablv gave rise to flU
i ii 1 1 a I i rge number of .j
naval reserves had been ordered HH
back to active duty, VLnl
. .nn M
GOVERNOR OF TENNESSEE
NASHVILLE. Tenn., Aug. 6. Rc
iii. lis from yesterday's primary com- HB
pili I by the Nashville Banner indb H
cate th.-.t Governor Albert H, Robertl HB
was i e-nominated as the Democratic
candidate for governor over W. R.
Crabtree by from 20,000 to 25.000 ma- LiHc
in the Republican piomary Alfred silin
Taylor already had won the guberna-
tori 'I nomination over Jess.- M. Little- LiBl
ton, C. R. Evans and J. O. Eaton. H
In the Democratic primary in th ssssns.
Ighth congressional district. Captain IBP
Gordon Browning, a world war vet- bbbbKj
cran, defeated Representative T. W. B
Suns by about four thousand majority, flsH
according to returns to the Banner. LbwAb
In the Democratic contest in tho third
congressional district Representative HEljl
lohn A. Moon apparently was nomL HEf
nated over Joseph V. Williams, HHk
ROOSTER HOBO BEATS i
THR tfJGH INDIANA
r. International News Service.)
BLi 11 iMLNGTi i.N. Ind., Aug. 3. Th ijjf,.
rldln'est rooster In the L'nitcd State- wM.
has completed his last Jaunt. When lEgMfc
the Monon's night Louisville egpresi HBr
arrived here from Chicago at 3:5 1 PJHt
ih other morning a lusty chanticleers HE!
crow emanated from beneath the
, bumpers of the express car. Robert BVsH
1 Gray, n brakeman, slipped up on the LmUH'
j bird and captured him The train sVAflnr
crew explained that the rooster, u VAsi
Rhode Island Red, had escaped from HflsQi
' ' OOp In the Dearborn station and LVJsHI
h id gone to roost beneath the train. bwABd
i 1 very stop the bird was heard to B
crow, but he couldn't be located un- H
til he was caught here, none the VflB
worse for his wild 25-mllo ride. Gray
took the rooster home for eating pur- Bswv'
BOSKET IN .mi g CELiLAR
M) HE DIDN1 know IT
BENTON. Ill The tloddess of
Luck hasn't taken Joe Pagant under
lu r protecting wing. That's a cinch:
List to his will of woe'
Pagant moved Into a house several
' months ago in Benton For several
1 hfl liv ! 1 quiet, thlrstv and H
respected restauranteur of this city.
Then he was astounded astounded jSlVMs
is tame method of expressing It
j when Special Revenue Officer Harry IflH
. Owens, assisted by two more detcc- ITw'
tlvi , called bin' to his cellar and
asked about the several cases of 1O0- pgj
tieet-to-goodness real stuff U
they found there. And all the time h H
had lived in the house. Pagnant ex
plained, he did not know the whiskey
w as t here 1
He gave Elmer a 5 days suspended
FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Freckles Has An Eye For Business. -BY BLOSSER
OTTO AUTO He Could Have Seen That Without Leaving the Garagej BY AHERJS