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I I r ,4 THE OGON .ST ANDA KU-KAAIYlllNLK MilNUAY MUKiNliNi;, OECEiVtKKR 5, 192
I MILLERS FiGHT
I INDUSTRIAL Li
j Kansas Court May Force Mills
to Keep Running, De
Bl M tBEIi VBBt 1 1 1
. v.- v stair Correiondcnt.
TOPEKA. Kas,. Deo. 1- Will Lbo
j Kansas Industrial oiirt law orOVetlt
I strikes by employers i keep food
j prices up, as well as strikes i
j ploycs to keep wages up
j That, according t Topeka flour mill
H , mployes, is tor Question to the
idustrlal court by Ihe action of sevt
j Topeka flour mills in shutting down 01
H reducing production and Laying off
B large number or mefl at what il-
ways been the busiest time of ' par in
m flour mills, coincident wllh tnc drop In
the price of flour?
sV IT is" QUESTION.
A. -cording to the mill' is. that Is not
r" question al all. n Is! Can tin
H - . ourl compel millers to grind flour
H j which they cannot sell al present ow-
H 3 mg to conditions that arc affectii -
H h every line 01 Industry, and which
H not ba stored 10 await future sale be-
H''fj ..iu.se of lack of storage capacity and
whI of Its perishable nature?
Hj Kansas is the greatest flour-produc-
HfH ing state In the I'nlon. ono.
K Milling Is the largest industry In the
H j paclty ot 91,000 barrels a day and m
H ploy thousands of men. And millers
H j themselves estimate that the mills of
H the state arc not operating to above
H 5Q or 60 per cent of capacity -at pres-
Not more than five or ten per
J at Kansas Hour onsumcd in the
H, state. The rest is an Important pari
H' of the food supply of the country.
H IS ONE.
V The real question btoi
H court ii'ivcHt igat ors, seem.-- In be a slm-
H pie one: "Can the mills gi t orders for
H 1 lour by accepting prices m accordance
H with 1 he low price
And the answer Is of intimate
H est to kit, hen flour-bins all over the
1 ountry, as well as to the hundn da
H Kansas workmen facing the winter
H 1 "The real Inside of the thine, my
N 1 the mill owners, "Is that people are
H 1 buying Just as llitl. ,.f wv.-i thing right
N 1 now as they possibly can. Flour mills
9 aren't the only Institutions affected
H J Every other line of business tells the
H The miller? say the flour cannot be
H I ground now and stored against a
fl 1 turs demand, warehouses
j will not hold j it will
N J "Good reason why u will dcterior-
"""B ite," snorted a work 1
j is hard wheat and has to be soaked in
I water. The more water they put In
9 it, the heavier Von
1 the, water, along with Ihe Hour. i;m
H J it doesn't keep Durli k tie
H 1 war, the Kovcrnmor.l act i limit of 13
N j per cent water. U il now the
1 arc putting from IS to
H J water into the flour. If you buy 24-
a lound sack of it und ke p
H what you paid for."
I MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
1 NEW YORK. Dee. t.-IMm" mercantile
) paper unchanged,
a Kxehangc easy,
i Sterling: Demand tt.lG'3; al !"s 3.-
J" Francs: TTnan.'. ." 9e: cables 6 00c.
I, Belgian fran-.-- Demand 6 . cables
i c . r.6c.
I iiillders: Demand ,' r, eabli
j Lire. Demand i 57 5s
I Mark.: Demand 1 iable i tin
I ! New Vork exchang '.r, Montreal 1? 9-16
I per cent discount.
I The Commercial B
I NATiONvt rL4i;K I
. RESERVE ADES II
s - 1 ' 1 ; ' ' 5 ' ' ' ' ' B
I System gives added I i
I coofiden e to
! II lie!- Iianl.;. he ,iu- ' i: p 9
The ( I
tiotia I I Millie whicb is I
K ill' nil. i "1 Hi'- Q
':.;! I, - l:j
j, cordially in1 our I
accouni and andting I
II BREAD PRICE?
Everybody Has an Alibi. Sur
vey of Materials Costs
my i n' UD M THIE11RT.
. E. . Staff Correspondent
ClItCAGO, Dec. 1. Who Is Oxti
fproflteer between the wheat in the
I field and the brd on the Family dln-
! ner table ?
Make s complete survey of Ihe
when! -flour bread situation. Retting
everybody'! viewpoint, nml you'll finrl
no profiteer because everybody has
"We're all ge'tlng our share." says
Herbert Hoover, 'for everything t
labor when you rdvice It to Its low
Bakers, until recently, predicted no
dei reasC In bread pricer in spite of
Wheal and flour drons. But wheat
IhaS now slid back about ion per cent
and flout around SO per cent. And
l,aKMs now are slowly .having off a
cent or bo in the price of a pound
loal Of bread.
nonr, th i xpeci i u
V ruUd bread wasn't point; down ."
say the bakers now. "but flour has j
dropped more than we foresaw. 1 i
i ever. In fairness to us, there cannot,
be 10-cent bread with o reasdnablel
profit lo the baker until flour go. s
1 under 5$ a barrel."
Bakers have put prices In individual
eases. But all arc falling into line
i for they arc reluctantly giving was
.before public pressure sp-d are goitiu
!to take a loss the same as the cloth
I Inp shoe and other trades have been !
taking their medicine In the nation-'
Wide reaction .Tarainst high prices und
Spending, Small bakers are reducing
raster than large bakers because they
didn't have such heavy stocks of high ,
Here Is the way Hoover recently
split up the eos. of a loaf of bread:
Flour J0 cents
other Ingredients 10, cents
Labor, overhead, etc i. 10 c uts.
Profit to baker f 4 cents
K .iJer's share 1 . "5 cents
Of the 4 1-3 cents paid for the flour
In a loaf of bread. Hie farmer Is cr
Ited by IIuocr With ;rttlng .1 cents
i V.BOB I OST TRTPIiKD.
The tug item Is labor 4.10 cento
per loal". This has double, and trl- j
pled since pre-war. Then bakers trot
from $20 to $2S a week. Now skilled
bakers command almost any price, in l
'ew York they get 10 $70 a W"k.
In Chicago the scale is $4S to $0i. 1
Bakers in Brooklyn, getting 160 to
reeenlly went on strike for B 8
per cent increase.
The farmer Hso blames the Increas-
ed er.-t of j, rod l d n j;- wh.cat op libo-.
hare.:f hands getting aj high as I'm
a day In Oklahoma, for example.
President Jardlne of the K in- is
State Agricultural college charges'
profiteering somewhere between the
rbeal grower and the brea,i consumer
f-nd he Js trying to get Bernard M j
Baruch to help him locate the "cat)
thai licks u! the cream" bu: without:
success so nr.
PRICE liil'K 1 I I
Dr. K P l.add. sertdlor-elect anil
president of :h- North Dakota Asrl
CUlttiral collei-e. says the price of
; bread N ridiculous.
And Harley B. Mitchell, editor of
'th "American Millar." s;is "It the
farmer jm- his wheat to the miller.
; if the millet' mad" ))n-sent of It to
the baker and railroads carried it
' fr nothing, bread would still cost S
rf-nls b loaf in New York."
WAl L 3TRPET
NSW YORK. Dc, I- Trsdlnsj in stock
'urine to'lay' short sesion whm ac Ivs
'and lroal on a cbntlnoane of jester-
dKV'B rally "ils. steel-, jtqulnments ami
''shipping' were especially ITumlnent at
I ealns of 1 In S tr,lnts. TJi ronsplcuoas
I feature Included Atffxlcan and Paa-Am
ri'-an Petroleums, Houstcp DH. Qrurible
Bethlehem and Lackawanna Steels, Bat'l
in Locomotive. Harvester, rteneraP Klec
I trie, Wesitinglious, AmertcftnCar, Allan
I tic-Gulf and Msrcantlle Marin preferred.
Tobaccos textiles cmi rubbers aLso
I strtT.ctlionfd but rails were backward,
though ihoderatel iii-tier. tVUIya Oyer-
land 'refTTefl was under further' pres-
sure, tmwevcr. and some of the obscur
- laities Weakened, ttealizir for profit
i ;,ne,l irr -rular -,.,.,(.f ), tan in llie final
, !,-.-iiin(rs. The closing wa strong, Bales
I approximated !"i i"0 ihares.
NKv TORK. Dec. 4 Liberty bon.u
I clo-pfl :
n'ws sft 40: flrf 4 'fi.OO: rrond 4
1ft: fir.:4Js S 10; second t'4R ;.". 3!
nr.rft 4. hs ::?; rourtti R." . " . Victory
i3'is !.".. 50: Victory ts '.:, ..t.
AT V'NNFA POLI3.
MINNBAPOIJfji .Minn Dec. I. -Flour
io to 40c higher ; i" carload Pt. family
patents iuotl si $s . :.,rn 9 40 a Itarrel in
I os uoiind cotton Racks.
Bra a $:k.00. '
I LONDON. 1 1. Bar :!v.-r d per
Money nn1 1isount unchanged.
I I Metropolitan Life I
I I Home Office
I I Brought to Ogden. Covers 25 acres floor space. The home of gj
J I 22,000,000 policy holders Lighted with 50,000 Edison Mazda
R Lamps. Largest life insurance company in the vorld , largest
"I jjj office building in the vorld.
?j ON DISPLAY AT
I Ogden Electric Supply Co,
I This building is bounded by Madison avenue, Fourth ave- E
'I I nue, Twenty-fourth and Twenty-third streets The main build- I
j ing is 11 stories and 164 feet high. It is 200 feet by 425 feet,
J a girth of 1250 feet The tower is 75 by 85 feet, 700 feet high I
Jl The clock diameter is 26.6 feet, the minute hand being 17 feet S
I long and weighing 1000 pounds. The building's waterworks r
1 has a capacity of 90.800 gallons, the building has a coal capa- I
j I city of 4000 ton. Electric light and power wires total 189 8
-1 miles, telephone and signal wires, 2462 miles.
)M The offices in this building file and refile 500,000 apphca-
3 tions a week.
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co.
.M Local Office, Col. Hudson Bldg. Geo. D. Bennett, Supt
'M Vmwi .1 lit SSJSJSJSJSJSJ i
North Standard Also Moves
Higher in Trading on Salt
TrMitiK cn the Salt L.ike Si nk & Min
ing exchange was hr; yesterday, with
(slight lmprovmmiln registered In 'he
ni:ij"i it s of stocks.
I Bureks Bullion opensd at iSc nl
climiwfi lo ' t 1 . - at Hi close, trading 25.'
jiin nhaTes. Lsjii Tlnllc Iraded M
sharrx .d HO ;';"i Nerth Standard
moved n. trndlns U600 shares at .r and
lion was stronger at 127C.
Tlnllc Standard opened ;i l.M. but
receded at the close, ."ellinp a: 3 und
trlinK -oon shares.
I C notation furnished over orlvr.f vlre
of J. A. Hoc1 A. Co . Eccl"ii Bldfl )
A It a 'nn J 5
Mhlon '2l .18
Arnerlcan 'en u-xi
it.. Tunnel 04M 0514
i Ri aver 1 topper w,,-s
Wr Mill 03 "J1?
- Itipr Cottonwood t'oal "n
i Rlllllnn -M
Black Metalr, -' "
Columbus Rexall ''3 .35
i ''rown Point "'
Central Burcka "I't
t rdlff 1 17 1
Orairon t'on . !
iDalv Wc?t .. .4 4.00 o.M
lCnvt lYown Point 014
Kast Tin. 'on 0T 0SV4
Bureke Mines 05 Osfj
Bureka Lily "'. -07
Bureka Ruliir.n M ,llA
Kniinu Silver OSVfc
Bmplrc .Mlne.s 4'i
flold Cialn I
Howell ' 'oii' I
Irtin Blossom ,s 'r
Iron King I9't -21
.liulf:' Minlnp j ' '
I' stone " '
Leonora .. .. 084
I. .hi Tlntle 10
Ma lav . . . i Ov .:'
Michigan-Utah "i1 Qva
X.Ttli St.-xndnr-l ,06 "6
New Qnlncy -O
ee),nng'i 'O'i 00
Plutus -c' -.
Prince Con. -i's
Provo oi os
Paloma . "i
Rica Argentine 03
Rico Wellington OS .10
Bells 01S -02
SH. Kins "onl ?.56 1.70
SI King 'on 1 0
South !!-, la lo ..
South Standard IS Vi
Silver Shield 2', .2f
Tar n.iKv oo'z -rt2
Tlntlo Central oi'i o.'
Tintlc standard 3.65 :;.r,::
L'tak t'nns 00 .02
I t-I" Sam .01
Victor Con Q
Union Chief o-1'?
c,.r Toledo 02 .04
Walker 2 LO. 2 n
W'oodlawn 10 .11
Zums ost .M
Empire ?'iier 'i
Albion l"00 at ISMke
ESureks Lib 1000 ai rc; 1000 al 6c.
Columbus k.q:i 1500 m UhfC,
li-rdtft SOU at $1.20.
Kureka Bullion loon at lie; ISQO al 14c;
M. ."'! at n',r-; .Vino at K'-c.
ijehl Tlntle 2o00 at 10e. tOitO at 5"-c.
l.-"nora 1000 at
Mnj Dav r.onn at 3e.
Ulchlgan-Utah 1000 at te: 3000 a I
Plutus To' at '- 700 at 8Tc.
Sliver Shield r.OO at 80c; '00 at S9c.
N.,rth Standnr-1 150n .-t T000 at
Tlntle Stamlard K0O at j:t 72'i: '( at
13.70. 300 at 8 '".T's; 300 at $3 05.
OGDEN LIVESTOCK MARKET
Onitlo U.-i ! . i ;.: . i hole. Iniiw
ioiri $7 .''! i;iHnI xteer.s "'i ff
7 on. f.,ir v!, r ; oo SO; choice feeder
j steer 80.000700; otlOlce COWS and helf
I era f '..OOj n . 7." : fair to good cown and
heifers i 005.00; .utters $:i. 50 4 .00:
.anier S2.00O3.00; liolce feeder cows
$1 mi',, 4 . ;' II t:!.;;'.H .Mi; l..!ogra i
I.hIN Jt.004 00: e.1 . alves 05'0 00.
' Ftng9 TteCSlptS none; eholce 'at hOKB.
176 to 20 lbs.. 88.15O9.B0; Wulk of pales I
19.4001.60: feedei hogA 81 OOfj t 00
Sheep Receipts 473; choice lambs
S.oOS10,00; wsihgrs OOti.OO; fat
, ., , 4 0093 CO; feeder lumos $8,007
B II Peck. Ashton, Ida.. 1 ear cattle.
Tern Peck Maia.i, Ma. 2 ears attic,
p Jensen, Corfnne. 2 .-arv sheet).
U l.. Keller, Malad, Ida.. S -ar cattle
I., i Keller, Garland, I car .attle.
v C. Erwln. Pocatello. Ida . ". cars
X. C. am. i. McCammpn, 'da., l car
i. i. Keller, Bvanston. W -n.. l car
IS, I.. Roberts, BvanSton, nyo., 5 cara
CHICAOO. Dec, .(Cnlted States P.u
reau of Markets.) Hogs Receipts 500o:
markst sctlve 10 to I6c holier than yes
. rd;i :i. r:n"- . loslnp tr..r,p hulk ot
Uleg 10 15010.33; to 810. 4; heavy
I weights I10.1BO10.40: medium weights
jm 20010.40; llghl weights Sio. I Z'a 10. .T3;
i, -I i lights : BOfi 10.15; hav i-aeklne
M . smooth 65OI0.00; rouch 88.400 1
n (,:,. i.i..s 9.::.fj in. 2."
Ca(tl( Receipts "Ottn; compared with 1
week :iiro M si grades of native beef
itcers Irregularl i.jo to .1.00 lower: me- 1
dlum and good corn feda declining most. 1
, butcher cows and heifers and canners and
ititters around "If adv. Lull.-' stead to
lowej veal calves 81. to 1.50 lower-,
StOCkers and feeders 25 Id oile, lOWCT;
western steers r-oc to $100 lower.
Sheen Receipts 1500. i-omrareil with a
week ago: Fat lambs and yeallnps SI
to $1 .25 lilrher: matured sheep ,0 lo 75c
iiichrr, feeders steady.
i.M ,l i. . Dei 4 tl nlted Stales
r;u-cau of Markets.) Ho Receipts
-i i, market mostly 10c higher; bulk or
all Mies 19.60010,10: top 810.30.
Cattle Receipts CiiO; market compared
lih week apo: Reef and common steers
steady; others unevenly lower; bulk fed
i. $7.5009 nn. lop $lu.lu. iiulk west-'
ern iteers $6.oo8."o. toj 810.60; ean
n r - :nd .utters steady, other she-stock
taifoOt lower; hulk she-stock $4 50-hfi."0:
Lop In Iters 18 00; hulls and veals steady;
. kers and feeders steady to strong
SVcp Recelpta 400; marker compared
wlih week ato: Lunbs, yearllnRs and
sheep mostly si.nn higher; feeding ?rade
Li i.nc lo 25c higher.
KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK
K.W'SAS CITY, Mo. lcc 4. (United
States i;ur-:iu of Markets. ) (.'attle Re-:
celpts 150: market for week: Beef steer. I
50c to $1 23 lower, she-stock 50 to 7Cc
lower; canners steady; bulls mostly 60. j
iowei calves generally 50c to $1 50 lower ;
stoi k-rs und f.'ders 50c to $1.00 lower
Hpgs Receipts io,noo: market active ;
teadv to 10c higher than yesterday's
I average top lo pn. keis $iu.05, bulk mix- I
ed droves $9.85010.00.
I Sheep Receipts 150; market for week
Fat lam'." mostly $1.00 higher; sheep
..ikI earlinfrs 50 lo 75c higher: feeding!
lambs around $1.00 lower
; CHICAGO, Deo. Wheat Xo. I hard
'I 22; Jfp. dark northern $1.82'i
, t'orn Xo. 3 yello w76ic; no. 'i white j
rats Xo. 2 white f.nr-.ir; Xo 3 white i
' 18fi 4f.i.-.
I Rvn No. 2 $1 .""..
I Barley t:5S9Se.
Timothy seed nominal.
''lover seed nominal.
I Lard $15.75.
1 Rll.s $12 50-jl4.50.
BUTTER AND EGGS
CHICAGO. Dec, 1 -Butter easy jy-ri j
Kprs lower, receipts .15 casen; firsts
750Gcj ordinary firsts 64Q)l8o; at mark.'
oaaee Included. 60f72o; standards 77
7S-; refrigerator firsts 5Q057c.
Poultry alive hlcher: fowls l7'?;5Ui..
prlngs 25r; turkevs 25c.
NEW YORK SILVER.
XKW VORK 1 I nH! silver, do I
mestle. unchanced ; foreign C8c, 1
NEW YORK STOC'.T LIST.
1 Last Sale)
Allls-i 'haimers :n
1 American Rne.1 Sugar
American fan 'Ji
nierlian i'sr - Foundry 126'
American Hide a Lsgfher pfd 48'5
American International 1'orp 4 I 1
American Locomotive s;
American Smelting itefg 164
1 American Sugar 94
I American Sumatra Tobacco
' American T. ft T 79
American Woolen 75
Anaconda Copper vrj
i Atchison k,", ff
All , Qulf A W. Indies lit'-
Baldwin Locomoiive 97'ii
Baltimore & Ohio
Bethlehem steel "B" 564
Canadian i'a iflc 1 1.,'-
I I 'entrs i 1 ...a ther iQffc
Chandler Motors 7"'i
I Chesapeake A Ohio 82H
Chicago. Mil. &- St. Paul 11
liicago. R. I. & Pac r.1
Shlno Copper i
li'olorado Puel lion 2S'SU
'orn Pr .ducts 7 4 '
t'ril- ilde Steel Jlfu
Cubs Cans Sugar 2t'i
Krio 14 1,
General Bleotrlc iJ9'j
'Jeneral Motors 0j
i Goodrich Co .! 1 1
lOreat N'r.rthern ifd
''".rent Northern tre t'tfs 30
1 Illinois Central IU
Inspiration Popper 2 1 3
Int. Mer. Marine pfd .t ,
International Paoer .'.I ,
Kennecptt Copper tj
Looisvllle - KaahvlUs 102B
I; v well Motors
Mexican Petroleum 10
I Miami Copper L6U
; Middle S'stes Oil l.;-
I M Idvale steel
; Missouri Pacific X ".'l
xew York Central 7.". 1
! ,v v . x H A Hartford 19K
.Norfolk & Western Ms ,
Oklahoma Prod- Ref
Pan American Petroleum 80
Penns h anla 40"4
People's CJss :t6li '
Pittsburg A- West Va 1 '.
R:n- Consolidated Copper ii7
; Heading 80 ?4
f R.-p Iron A Ste.-i r,s
I Royal Dutch, x. v f.7
Shell Trans. & Trad 14 .
Sinclair Con. fll 2fi
Southern Pacific 106
Southern Railway 21s I
Sl4ndard Oil .f N. J. pfd 104 I
Btudebaker Corporation 47
Tenner . . ( ..(.ier S'-j I
Texas Co 50 s I
Texas A Pacific 20UE
Trans. onllnenUl ll m'r -
t i.ion Pa. Ifl- nJSi
17. s Food Products ?1
P. R. Itetall Stores . . :,s' .
I . S hut. Alcohol . . 71' .
I'nlfel S'ateg Rubber
Cnlted States Steel M
Utah Copper 52
Wesllngliouse Blectrlc 4J7
Willys Overland 7',
American Zinc. Lead and Sm .... T
B'iMe nnd Superlcr 1IB
"nla. Petroleum 23' i '
Montana P.mcr 5 JIB
Pure Oil 34
I'lllCAi ,t '. I'ec. 4 Opening weak he- j
cause of a lack of .support, v heat futures
scored an early rally on the G go
Board of Tiade toia Covering b s me
of ihe pit element wlio sr.l.l on liie r,-
ttal decline, and buying of Pecember
by a house which baa been exporting con- j
Slderable hard winter wheat by way of
Hie gulf, caused Ihe hulge. The market
started one cent to ptc lower with le-eeml-er
u' $1 69'- to 1 6't and March at
fl.gfi to 1 fii- The advance took Di-
cember to $1.72 and March to $1 r.7-4.
llreat strength at Wlnnlneg nnd re
ports of further exoort buying kept the
advance going until w heat showed S114 I
rents above last week s low. Then profit
laklnc and week-end covering caused a I
reaction The close wns onlj a fraction j
above yesterday's final ficrs with De
cember at $1.71 to 1 70, March v.-ns in j
i.p-ier roslflon, falrlv strong ot $l .fi7 lo I
t'.irn and oals were fairly firm Irr the
early trading 1 e.-ause of the wheat sltua- 1
'ion. the trade disregarding lower Liver
pool cables In the former grain. The
more remote options were compara t velv j
stronger December rn opened un
changed to lower at 72 to 72'ic. :md '
tel1lll at 7fi. to 7S", e. nioved to 7firtc
with Jul touching 77V-
M: e-nts hegan praotlcallv unchanged
at ."I'v to 5ixe mill hardened at 51 He. 1
Provisions were lower on lack of sup
port al Ihe start, but a bit of V.t lug bj
local shorts cnuseit a reaction Trading
orr and oats showed a firm undertone. 1
bur there was plenay of profit -taking In!
evidence In corn December and May
closed !c net higher at 72e fo 7L'',c. I
and 7f.t to "fiSc. respectively. May onte 1
were i to Sc net hleher at the end. the
prlbs being 51 T to B2c
Anial. Sugar $ $ 12.73
Amal. Sueur pfd 09 50
Amal. Sugar pfd 08.00 1"" 00'
Con'. WSgon n no ',
I'niicni Recuritlcs 125.00
i'tah-ldalio .-'..par 7 no i
L'lali-ldal j Sugar 7.25 1
Lion Coal Bonds So . 04) j
SVest Ca.hfl S.icar 10'.00 101.00
Wyoming Sugar 0.00l
People's Sugar r. no ,;,n 1
iR.len-Port land ment . 00
laden Pa. klr.i; jg 00
First National Bank 325 00
Security State Bank 14. 00 1
CHICAGO: Dec, 4.
Open Ulsli Low close1
Dec $i..fi9i, $1 73t, $i. ji nr.
March 1 o;c3 1.11. 1 r,-'4 1 l i
Dec. .72 .73 .71 .7:''
May 7fi'.. ,77'4 .75', .::
Dec. 47v 4S 47'; I77
M1 5l4 .62U .50 ..-.77e
'an 23 55 24.10 23.55 23.87
Jan 14.75 16.05 1 4 75 14 :a
May 14.25 14.65 1 1 25 11.45
Jan. 12.55 12. S5 12.53 12.67
CHICAGO, Oe, 4 potatoes receipts
cars; market steady: north.-m white
lulk and eaeked unchanged ai 1 800
1.76: Idaho rorals sacked m to 16c lower
at $1.90(5 2 05.
SEEMS LIKE CHRISTMAS
TO CALVIN COOLIDGE
1 1 International News Service)
I'.uston. Nov. 28. vice Preaident
eleci Coolldge has been given .1 mhi
of cloths h ihe wool growers of v..
ern Massachuselts, a pair of shoes'
made up bv the skilled artisans of
Brockton, and he has received numt 1 '
1 in gifts ranging from a four-leaf dm
or to the buckeje sent him by Mrs.
Warren C Harding, but the latesl of'
all fame when an enthusiast out In
Ardmore. Okla , asked for the pleasure j
of giving Mrs. Coolldge an automobile.
Governor Coolldge sent hack word
(hat he appreciated ihe offer bui de
clined wiih thanks
DIDN'T KNOW silt
W s TO BE PAID
DF:S MOINES Iran A WOOTiaTI
flection nidge hero laoa much sur
prised to find she was to be pnld for
her -work. Rays F. J. Alher. connt ;
auditor. A man election Judge came
into the auditor's office and asked
for time and a half for all work d'
over eight hours.
EKVESTMKNT BCUR1TI ES
J fle a Co
COCEN UL7 LAP
u CHRISTMAS SEAL
TO SUMMON WEALTH
TO FIOHTFOR health
BtAT THE GREATEST
PLAGUE OF ALL
OUST A PALL
TfeFAT DESPAIR WiTm
FOOD AND AIR.
AMD LIFT IT
WASHINGTON. Thrift and practi-
cal economics as pari ot the public
m nool Ceaching throughout the land. i
the plan n corumended by a commit-1
te 01 stale superintendents, uppoint-'
eu by tnu National itiucation Asao-1
This committee Will urge all stnlel
superintendent to add me two studies
in touith grade- work aUO :irr Uiem
mi throuK't high school. uiaKin; prat -tical
economics one of toe brandies on
w inch graduation credits are Riven.
The big benefit will be uerived',"
says Airs alary C. C. Bradford, ?upei -iutendent
of tnc Colorado schools nnd
L'balrroan of the eommittee. "through
the training ot citizens to understand
that , 111 return tor the Hung called a'
living, persons most Know how and
te willing to render society service 01
vital alu and - develop sound busi
ness principles of individual and com
MIGHTS 1 HINt.
TO KN' A IK X 1 l
SPRINGFIELD, Ohio "if every
ujung man would learn a trade he
would find, at some time or other, tha
;i w.h the finest pneumatic seat on
which to drop when misfortune strll
home," declared Charles Bodktyaltor. J
former Mayor i ndlaii 1 polls, address!
ins delegatcs"at the recent session hers
oi the. Seventh District Typothetac
Former Mayor Rookwalter said that
the crying need of the nation Is for'
the boys to learn trades.
HE DIDN'T W ANT
TO rnMF, AN1 WAl
PORTLAND ''You're here entirely
too often." the judge told a habitual '
3runk "I don't come of my own ac-1
ord the officer brings me against
my Will was the rcph, 1
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EZRA RICHARDSON fll 3' 3jH T B'lF
A j'iLVnt Cashier S 1
SEIZE FIVE STILLS
IN APARTMENT HOUSE
(Bj Internaiional News Sej-vieel
YOUNGSTOWN; Nov. 29 -Five biills,
were found in a four story apartment
house at 1070 Marble street, here, re-i
ccntly by ,--ifet;, Director DaxMd Scott:
tnd Deputy Sheriff Waller Smith.
Three of the Mills were bein op
erated In full Must when the rai l was
made. The officials seized the stills,
together with about 5nn gallons of rai-'
This alleged illicit distillery was the
largest one found so far. in Bfahonlllg
county since national prohibition te
A c.-intcrn has been placed 500
feet below ground in a coal mine in
ORDER SHtP III LD f 7
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(By mternationaj .v.-w.s Service) "
PUKTSMi H'Tll. n h. a detach-
ment of forty-two sailors chased the H
' S. Sun Kriincisco between N w B
Vork and this city for which Uncle 1
Sam will pay out i(jitc n hit of extra H
money in transportation. H
When the on ,,, H
Brooklyn Navy yard the blue jackets H
were moving over the railroad for
They arrived a day late and have
been three days on the receiving ship IH
Southery enjoying an easy life ami H
waiting further orders. H
The Bureau of .Navigation has di
rected them to return to New York H
and ordered the ship held mere un- Hl
til every gob Is on deck. HH
in '.-. Guinea manj of the wo. yj
men wear nn'c rings
I A Profitable U
I Get -together J B
M When the person who wants to sell, and tha M
one who wants to buy come together a satis- ff
factory busmecs deal is transacted. M
Pi And it is our purpose to help bring them to- Vi
t lf yu have Oithsr city or farm property for B
",alc let us hc'P i'ou find -i buyer some of our m
L? customers are look. ng for just such buys. Or if f
m are m the market for either, you will prob-
m ab'y f,nd I" what you want in our listings
Let us help you in either case. B
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1 MWto Not How Much I ' flS
But How Safe H
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? LJS consideration. The safety of the principal of I
1 --W fion! 8U S,'OU,d rCCeiVe P,ima' tawesM5
hi - '2 The hiehest rate of int?rppt Payable on Savlnes S
M V. - - A. counts as agreed upon by banking authorities I "
g ' - J J Pfr cent-the amount we pay, and at the I
""M time, aiford protection and aecurlt f , fe
ra your savings II" p
m Small amounts deposited In a
g1 Liberty Bell Home Bank
9 OGDEN STATE BANK 1 'if
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