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' 'THAT MYSTERIOUS RA8"
William Dye, to Leave Douglas, Ariz.,
for Colonia Morclos.
MEXICAN FEDERALS TO ASSIST
Authority of State Department at
Washington Given to Reetoro
Homee Occupied by Mexlcane
to Rightful Owners.
Douglas, Arli., Oct. !'. American
Consul William Dye will leave Doug
las In the tnornliiK for (.'oIoiiIh Mure
lox.r tottiel with uiillmrlty from tin
lair department at Washington to
restore Mormon home occupied by
Mexican to, their rightful owners.
Preceding, him arc 300 Mexican fed
eral troops with Instructions to co
ijMTflto In lilt' American conatil'ii mis
alori. CTouttiijr ByS'lll Milt the American
mining jpiliuijof Kl.Tlgro nnri Naeo
aarl iiikI ascertain conilltloiiM,
. Cplonal.Alanla Arrested.
Kl KmA.Ti. Oct. !. Another rebel'
Irader was arrested In the United
Ululn, uti.l li,.tlntinltv Mi, m-lf. rt hn
0 HELP MORMONS
had folloMJ her .husband through!, ,,Va,,t,a doll clothed by gli
varying fdrrtines and herself fought Ihy" Including the.slMh Brad
too lUU.,Jr'..a.voluiiteer In the. JocJlJ,
jail. He 1 Colonel l.aeurit Alanls. who
fa heldoil7.!) oVrgi hi being a.pilfi'3
from Justice., i ' i ' V5 ' fv
TlrlijK of revolutions, Colcmrl Al.tiil 4
esmc. noc' atcwnpaillcii by Ills, iiilli-t
pons, wno tins led rebel'troopa..)
She was the Amiirou who livid .Inure.
In her power for n day iibd Inter led n
detachment of her husband's troops.
Since Alnnls tins been arrested his
warrior wife Insists mi remaining In
Jail wltji her husband.
SNOW SrORM BURIED HUNTERS,
Two Bo'dlcs'Fo'und In Mountains Near
Denver Were Covered -Yen '
Denver. Oct. P. Uist In u snow
storm near Cedar Kdgt the bodies of
two dier ,1m n tern have been found
roveied with, leu Inches of snow near
a great boulder, where they had taken
shelter according to advices Just re
The dead hunters lire Lotils .Mo
Kane, 21 years old, and Karl Ithodes,
12 years old, or Cedar Kdge. While
deer hiiiitlrj'g on (Irand Mesa, near
Leon Lake, they lost their way. Af
ter battling the gnle for hours In un
effort to regain their camp, they sue
rumbeil." Word has just reached Gunning of
another "man lost In the wilds ami,
doubtless dead. Me Is a forest ranger
whose name cannot be learned.
STRIKING MINERS ARE EVICTED
West Virginia Strikers Warned of
VropjaedCvActlon Over Two
. ".i. . "Months Ago. v.'
Charleston, W, Vn.. Oct. 9. DIs
Iresslng'Vcencs' "were witnessed along
Cabin C'rekA9f'heu deputy sheriffs
evicted the fnmllles of many striking
aalnera from homes the have occu
pied, In some1 Instances, .since tho
sillies were opened. The evictions are
being cloudy wutched by the military
to prevent mistreatment and unneces
sary suffering. The strikers were noti
fied two mouths ago that they nust
return to work or move,
Civil War General Drowned.
Chicago, Oct. it. Police recovered
the body of C. M. I.yttle of Decatur,
III., from the Chicago river. Ills death
Is unexplained, (.yule, who has been
silaraali6Vepte.oer 30,, Is said,
to have been., brigadier general, In
(he Civil war.
.!.! -ryrnT r - ; r Cj,
Cholera In Yokohama.
WasbliiKtoiL.prt, 9. Cholera la epfj-i
at YOKonama, j
tlste reports. t Kxtrs precautions fott
pectloa of ships from there ksTi
Ifftm ordered. , ' J
COUNTRY SCHOOLS TO CAMP
RURAL LIFE CONFERENCE TO
HELD IN KIRKSVILLE.
PudIIs From all Over County Will
' Oather For Annual Outing at
Klrksvllle, Mo., Oct. 9. The second
Mlaaotirl llurnl Life Conference, the
iitinual Adair County Stock, Corn and
Domestic Show, utnl the anntml meet
Ing of the County Teacher' Assocls-
tlon will be held In Kirkavlllu October
10 to 11', the sessions being held in
the nonniil school umlltorlum and on
the campus. In conjiinctlon with the
meeting "Camp Kirk" will be held
for the country boys and glrla.
All of the country schols In the
county will be dismissed Wednesday
night. From all districts enrollment
cards for the two days of camp life
are coming In. Tho country boya and
girls will be chaperoned by heads of
departments nt the normal school and
by their tocehcis. The food will be
furnished by the normal school's do
mestic, science department.
At the stock and corn show prizes
' will be nwnrded on all kinds of stock
raised In Missouri, for corn grown by
'men and boys and In the bread and
domestic worn Division premiums win
In- given for best loaves of bread
Juked by ' country girls below the
eighth grade, In the schools, for the
best'Kingiuuf upron una for the best'
girls tip to
BEGGED TO BE SENT TO ASYLUM
Wealthy Missouri Farmer, Fearing
Lots' of Reason, Asks Inquiry
Into Mental Condition
Miicon. Mo Oct. Clark Jones, If.
years 'old, the owner of n Inrge farm
and mslly worth $iu,tniu, with a wile
and three children, voluntary appeal e
before the Muroii county probate couit
nnd nuked mi liupilry Into his sanity
Jones wns well dressed and talked so
rationally that tho Judge hesitated.
"I moan It." said Mr, Jones. "I
want In bo sent to the Insane usylum
I must be pin under restraint of some
Kind or I will do grout barm to in)-
self or somebody,"
A Jury was summoned and to them
the applicant made this statement:
"A great writer onco wrote ii hook
on something like this a man who
ns a doctor, wns good, and kind, nnd
beloved: then, In another form, he was
everything that was the opposite. That
seems to convoy something of the con
dltlon I nm In.
"I have never harmed knowingly
soul. ! believe. In the Lord Jesus
Christ with nil my heart I hope to
go to heaven, nnd I want to go there
entirely clean, without a wrong laid
to my door, not even a wrong com
milted when I did not know what
was doing. That Is why I am asking
you to nnd a verdict In Ibla case that
Will mean protection to myself am!
The man talked so well that the jury
would havead a hard time reconcll
ing their consciences to u verdict of
insanity had not a physician testified
that the applicant had had "spells'
which threatened to end In the very
things he had Indicated, So a finding
of Insanity was returned, and Imme
diately Mr. Jones was taken to the
state asylum at Pulton. ,
Smoked Hit Wife Out
Chicago. Oct. St. When his wife ro-
fused to Admit him to Ills flat Patrick
Sheehiin piled, uewspnpers and wood
against thedoor nnd set lire to tho
heap, Within a few minutes an jam
llles living in the building fled to the
streets panic stricken. Slicehan wua
Boston Takes the First.
New York, Oct. 9. Ilefore a crowd
estimated at 40,000, ltoston Hod Sox
outplayed the New York Giants. The
Vow Vnrk O" 0 2 0 0 0 ft 13 X
notion 0 0 U 0 0 1 3 0 O 4 li t
lluttei les Wood and duly; Tesrcau
Homing Pigeon Found
Sbelblpa, Mo., pet. 9. A homing
pigeon having on Its leg a tag bearing
No, U34.642 flew into a local store
! seemingly exhausted. It will be takes
ctI 01 ,ew yi and rel'Med
LITTLE HOPE FOR
PEACE IN EUROPE
General Outbreak of War is Expected
Within 48 Hours. L
GREAT POWERSWERE OUTWITTED
Montenegro's Move Believed Part of
Prearranged i Plot to Open HettUl.
Ties. Before .peace Negotia
tions Cot Well 'started. '
Paris, OcL9-A general conflngra-
tlon ln,tae''Jialksns Is expectc.l by oin-
lala here within 48 -hours. Monte
negro's declaration of war against
Turkey Is regarded merely as a begin
ning. 'It Is 'helloed that the other
nits In the llnlknn coalition will fol
low suit iib soon as the" mobilization of
tbelr armies Is complete. There- is
only a faint bone now that the 'repre
sentations of the itowera will , avert
general hostilities. . -
Montenegro's move Is considered In
'nrls to be part of a prearranged plan
It Is asserted that Oreece was first se
lected by tho llnlknti confederation to
or re the Issue and Inaugurate the
war. This could have been done easily
by (,ireor seating In the (Jrcek Parlia
ment the deputies from Crete, which
was certain to prove a cause for war
to Turkey. (Irecce, however, declined
o accept responsibility for starting
the llanie of battle.
Bulgaria Will Lead.
Montenegro had a long stnndlng
iiuiirrel with Turkey over tho boundary
question, and Turkey's refusal to
grant satisfaction wns seized upon as
ustincntlon for Montenegro's resort
to arms. It Is lint doubted here that
color heads In llnlgarla have been
gainst tho war from the start, but
popular excitement Is nt such a high
Itch that that country practically will
be driven to war to satisfy public opin
ion. In the failure of Intervention, every
Hber of energy will be exerted by the
groat powers to prcxent the war
flame from engulfing Kurope, It Is
realized that all depends on the even
lual attitude of Austria, which, accoril
Ing to late advices, already has mob!!
Ixcd four army corps In Croatia,
lloslna, llerxegovtna und Southern
Hungary and stands ready lo occupy
the SanJnk of Novipatar, should this
coveted strategic territory be menaced
by the Servians and Montenegtlns.
Balkans Beat Europe. 1
The rent story of how the lialkan
powers forestalled and outwitted Kuro-
ponn Intervention Is told In the oltt-
clnl advices from Cotllne, Montenegro,
The Austrian and liusslan representa
tives presented tho note in the n.nrjo
ji uio powers, warning mc uuihan
states against wnr, nt II o'clock In the
morning; but two and a half hours
earlier the Montenegrin government
liad handed his passports to the Otto
man charge. Thus the Montenegrin
r.thlnet was In n position to sny that
the representations of (Mo powers
nine loo late, a rupture of diplomatic
-elation having already occurred.
MPORIA'S HOMECOMING WEEK
Thoutmds of Former Residents Visit
Old Home and Receive Royal
Kmporln. Kan.. Oct. !!. Kmpnrln's
lomet'omlng week festivities ox.uod
A'llh the welcome and registration of
iiindrods of guests. A thousand vlsl
ors are expected during the week. An
til-slates picnic dinner was given In
Woden's Orove, nil Oeorge Fred Wll
lams of Tloston spoke.
Wednesday will be -Old Settlers
lay," with a picnic dinner at Soden's
Trove, and there will bo talks by
loien or more of the real old timers-
hose who came to Kansas in the 'JUs.
Other days will be equally Interesting,
ind Sunday will bo "Knnsas City day.
when former Kmporlaus living In
Kansas City will come to Kmporla in
i special car. Champ Clark will speak
TRAIN ROBBERS STILL ACTIVE
Westbound Rock itlsnd Passenger
Held Up Near Hows, Ok., and,
Ssfes Blovyn. '
Fort Smith, Ark., Oct. 9. Rock
Island train No. 41, westbound, ,-us
leld 'up and the express and mall cars
robbed near Howe, Ok., according to a
llspatch from the station agent at
Snfes in the express car were dyna
mlted. The amount stolen hus nol
been learned. Passengers were not
molested, -itfcffs Is i" .mltcB south of
I'oteau, wners Kansas city .soutn
em trait! wasoheld up several days
Form-Club for Stubbs. '
Topeka, Oct; ' A state Stubbs for
Senator club, with branches Inj'prac
tlcally every county In Kansas, Is to
be started next Week. Its organisa
tion fill 'be pushed In the remaining
three weeks.jjefore the election.
Fight for Girl Fstsl.
Indianapolis, Oct. 9. Police believe
Frank Foxall and Phillip Lepper, the
young men mysteriously killed near
toe-state fair grounds, .shot each other
to death In a quarre'l over a glri. The
(hooting followed a picnic. V
MRS. RUSSELL SAQE
Mrs. Russell Ssae hss. su'rehaaed.
aaaut iisonfio. u.hi, it..
southwest of Hew Oriesns, with the
Intsntlsn of dedicating It In perpetuity
rsruge rsr wua Biras.
DENIES THE MORGAN STORY
MACVEACH DEMANDED HEARING
Arrived From Oryn Mawr, Pa., Jutt
In Time to be First Wit
Washington, Oct. !. Wayne Muo
Veagh of llryn Mmvr. Pa., from whom
s alleged to have originated the stor
hat President lloosevctt demanded
more money from J P. Morgan nnd K.
I. Ilurrlmun during the 1904 cam
nlgu, and that Morgan referred to the
iresldont as that "maniac In the
While house," arrived at tho senate
office building unexpectedly Just be.
fore the senate committee convened
and demanded to be placed on the
Mr. MavVe.igh was the first wit
ness called. He Immediately denied
the fundamental fact of the testlmon)
given by Charles Kdward Itussell and
ludson C. Welllver concerning the nl
eged request of President Konsevelt
for additional campaign funds from J
P. Morgan by telephone In 1904.
MacVoagh was the authority given
by both Welllver nnd Itussell for their
version of the story, lie said that be
ing on very friendly terms with Mr.
Morgan he was very probably In Mor
gall's ofllce on one, or two occasions
'I lin vp no recollection, however,"
he said, "of overhearing Mr. Morgan
hold a telephone conversation. I went
and came Into his office as I saw fit
He snld the only incident which he
might have related to Welllver which
would account for the Morgan story
wns hearsay nnd added: "It comes
through two dead men."
COLONEL HINTS AT SENSATION
Refused to See Detroit Crowd, Say.
Ing He Wat Too Busy With
Detroit, Mich., Oct. 9. Hints .hat
'something neilKatlon.il" would be re
vented by Col Itoosevclt In his IS
dns' tour of the central states, which
begun here, were given when the
colonel refused to leave his car, send
'ng w'ord to tho crowd gathered to
gleet him that he was too busy with
an Investigation whose nature he was
not willing to disclose In advance of
For several weeks, tho colonel said,
in Investigation has boon under wuy
of certain mutters which, he believes
vlll be of Importance in tho campaign
Ton steuographers, who had been
ugaged In ndinnre by telegraph
'uinrded tho Itoosevclt ear here, and
1th their help, the colonel hopes to
liavo the material In shape for hi
STANDARD OIL WANTS TO STAY
Missouri Supreme Court Suspends
Writ of Ouster Pending Appesl
for Modlficstion of Order,
Jefferson City, Oct. 9. The supreme
'ourt en banc made nn order suspend
ng the writ of ouster against the
'Standard Oil company until after the
application for a modification of the
'i lglnal Judgment has been heard. The
ilil order of tho court suspended the
writ of , ouster until .now. but' mean
lime the case Is act for heurlng Octo
Tho Standard Oil Is seeking an or
der from tho court holding In abeyance
the writ of ouster so long as it does
:tot violate the laws' of the stato or
r.ny btato or any order of court.
Gould's Baggage Released.
Now York. (let. !!. Frank J. Gould
uhtalnod release of all of the $400,000
worth of baggage wjilcn the customs
authorities seized when he arrived
from Paris. Under nrotest. Mr. Gould
paid $2,844 on the dutiable articles,
but the greater part of the valuable
Jewelry was shown to have been of
American purchase or to have been
assessed before by the ctiBtoras an
Chicago Night Schools Open.
, Chicago, OcL 9. Chicago's night
schools opened with an attendance of
IS.99K persons. Thirty grade schools
and three high tchoola have been
designated by the board of education
BOUGHT BY UNION
Labor Attorney Outlines Defense in
Famous Case at Indianapolis.
0 USE GOVERNMENT'S EVIDENCE
Claims JLetters Quotsd by Prosecution
Will Help-IVsve Defendants Cullt
i Isisj flays Only. Three Men
v - Wars Concerned.
Indianapolis, lnd.,-Oct'9. What the
lefsnse will. be l'tha"trtst of the .45
men accused' by' the government of
complicity In the "dynamite con
piracy" was' outlined' "before the Jury1
byuWilllsm 'X.1 Harding, -attorney ter
the- defendants. - '
Mr. Harding said It troilfd be shown
that the- executlv bftard bf thlnter-
national Associittlorf of llrldge and
Structural Ironworkers never appro.
finale!!' a dollar td be mod for dyna
Term Jobs" Is Exolalried.
lie! asked the Jury to susnend Judg
ment until after the ' witnesses had
cstifled. If any one 'connected with
the union diverted the funds for any
Illegal purpose, (he guilty persons, he
said. II would bo .shown,, were not
imprig the present defendants.
" hen you have beard all the tostl
mony," Mr. said, "we think you will
hnve concluded that about three men
were engaged In the nefarious work
of dytinmlting, and that those three
iiien already have pleaded guilty."
Deferring to letters written by
r'rank M. flysn, president of the Iron
workers' union, to -various business
agents, which the government quoted
as showing thnt "Jobs" wns the term
used to designate the explosions
ngalnst employers of non-union labor.
Nlr Harding snld It would be shown
that "Jobs" meant only now work
which offered opportunity for union
men to get employment.
Harding Was Excited.
He added It would bo upon the very
letters which the government quoted
n the Indictments that the defense
expected to rest Its case.
Once Mr. Harding became so vehe
ment In answering District Attorney
Chnrlcs W. Miller thnt Judge Ander
son Interposed, "the court will make
allowances for your enthusiasm for
the defendants, but It Is nut necessary
(or on to split the cars of the Jurors
In an opening statement."
ARCHAEOLOGISTS MEET IN ROME
i 1 1 -
International Congress Opens Session
to Latt a Week Many Americans
ftome. Oct. 9. The third Interna
tional Congress of Archaeology open
oil here today to remain In session till
October 10. The president of the con
gress Is Comtnendntor of Corrado 1 He
el, direrlor general of antiquities nnd
luc arts, who Is perhaps the lending
authority In Kurope.
The United States Is officially rep
resented by Prof. Arthur Frothliigham
if Princeton, Prof, (loorge M. Whlcher
of Hie Archaeological Institute of
merlca, and Prof, Joseph Clark lloit-
,dn of Providence. Other prominent
Americans attending the congress arc
Dr. lean M, l.lmforth of the Univer
sity of California, Prof, Charles S.
ioodwln of Lehigh ('Diversity, Dr.
Charles Peabody of the Peabndy In
stitute of Harvard mid Kudolfo l.on-
lanl, the well known archaeologist
ind writer of Philadelphia. There
will be excursions to the excavations
at Ohtla Und Ce,r,vetrl, Pompeii, Paes
turn, llalae, Cumae, Magna Oraecla
TO CONTROL STORAGE OF FOOD
Chicago Now Hss Ordlnsnce Restrict
ing Holding of Products for In
dennlte Length of Time.
Chicago, Oct. 9. An ordlnsnce has
now been passed by the city council
living the municipal authorities full
power to regulate and control cold
storage warehouses. The ndoptlng of
the ordinance marked the end of a
seven-year struggle by the city to
gain adequate control of such plants.
It Is provided that no food products,
except meats, fruits, cheese, and., vege
tables, shall be kept in cold storage
for a period exceeding ten months;
that buttor products can be kept In
cold storage not more than one year,
and that fish shall not bo kept In cold
utorage more than six months.
Let d'Aragon In.
Washington, Oct. 9. Acting Secre
tary Cable of the department of com
merce und labur instructed the Immi
gration authorities nt Rills Island, N.
V to admit to United States Prlnco
l.udovlc Plgnutell) d'Aragon, son of
Don Jaime, pretender to tho Spanish
throne, held since Inst Friday, threat
ened with deportation pending an In
vestlgatinii of charges that he bad
been expelled from France.
Let Boy Go to Jail.
Atchison, Kan., Oct, 9. Louis Wolf,
17 years old, the' son of J, Q. Wolf, a
wealthy Atchison furniture doaler,
was sent to jail for 30 days when the
boy's father refused to pay a fine of
$1G imposed on young Wolf for ex
ceeding tbe speed limit In a motor car;
WOMEN WIRT TO WM KMSIS
THOROUGHLY ORGANIZED AND
Making Mors Vigorous Csmpsign-
'Over State Thsn bow oresi r
lltlesl Psrtles Combined.
Topeka, Oct' 9. Kansas suffrastliits
have now effected a complete organ
isation, and their political activities
are greater than those of the Hepab?.
llcan and Democratic committees com
bined. It hi required 15 months for tnei
women to get their organization er:
Mfted. durlni: which time they", 'hare)'.
sought support at fairs, plrillc and
other public gatherings, but tb,ey, are'
now In a position to hold tncir own
meetings and have plentltude of speak
ing talent, with which they. are. thor
oughly covering the state In a 'Vigor
ous campaign In the Interests of the
Some of the suffrage speakers now:
touring Kansas are Dr. Julia Kiddle, of.
Otbkoih, Wis.; Mlrs Mary Hire of
Ohio, Mlaa Laura Clay of Kentucky,.
Mrs. Clara Colby of Portland, ore.;
Mrs. O. W. Smith of Stockton, Kan.;
Mrs. Lucia O. Case or Toieka, Mrs.
Dora II. Mitchell of Kingman. Mrs. C.
O. Holly of Pueblo, Col.: Mis. Minnie
I. Crlnstead of Liberal. Kan.: Mrsc
Mntle Todthaker Kimball of Munlial-
tnn, Mrs. Eva lllack of coiiroruta,
Kan.; Mrs. Augusta llaltes of Au-
j:utn, Kan.; Mrs. w. it. stunns oi
Lawrence, Miss Fay Ciugliliti of Cali
fornia, nnd Mrs. W. A. Johnston, To
peka. This week Mrs. Johnston, president,
of the Equal Suffrage association, and
Mrs. Cora Wollhoure llullard are mak
ing a motor car tour of the first dis
trict. They will speak In about 4
BIG WHALE DAMAGED STEAMER
After Breaking Two Steel Ribs and)
Disabling Machinery Valuable
Seattle, Wash., Oct. 9 How a gigan
tic sperm whale broke two steel rlha
of tbc steam whaler Tyco, Jr., nnd dis
abled a dynamo nnd one engine when
harpooned off Sitka Hay, Alaska, was
told by the crew of the whaler which
bos Just nrrlved from llaranof Island.
The battle with the whale began
when (Junnor Slguard llllrk, har
pooned the big fellow. The wlislo
dashed at the vessel with terrific
speed. There was a crash us ho strut k
amidships on the" port side. The force
of the collision Increased the whalc'n
fury and ufter a hard struggle It es
As soon as the blow was struck
('apt. Shaw went below and found
that two steel ribs had been broken
and tho machinery put out of com
mission by the shock. The loss of tho
whale wns worth $1,200 more than tho
damage to the vessel.
SMUGGLERS OF CHINESE ESCAPE
Launch Ran Oauntlet of Government
Cutters After Landing Cargo
Made Big Profit.
San Francisco, Oct. 9. Iletwocn
IJS.OUO and $40,000 Is the estlinuto
made by the immigration bureau hero
of the profit made by tho crew of tlm
launch Samson No. I', which ran tho'
gauntlet of three government cutters
and two suhmnrlnes, after landing a
cargo of contraband Chinese, and es
caped to sen.
Sixty Chlnenc wore awaiting trans
portation nt Kntenada, Mexico. Tho
belief of the Inspector Is thnt 40 of
these were smuggled In 'at a prlro
ranging from $700 to $1,01)0 a head.
A watch Is being kept for the Samson
the length of the Southern coast, but
little hope of taking her Is held.
Double Their Own Salary.
The City of Mexico, Oct. 9. The
Mexican deputies voted to double
their own pay, bringing It up to ap
proximately $3,000 a year. The mo
tive announced for the Increase is to
render the legislative body Inde
pendent of tbe executive and Judici
ary." DAILY MARKET REPORT.
Kaunas City, OH. S, Cattle Hti re,
H.D("illO.V0 cows; 1;'. Mill. 50; liHfnn,
3.'J3t(li.fiO; blockers and fexdt-r, tt.4U
7.lu, llogn Hulk of salts, IN.cutiK.hU.
Jjlievp-Ijuiibn, 11.(101 tl, TO; fair lo eliolis
Ht-them', S.t.'SSf 4.10; ewes, IJ.Mlfl 4,wi.
Chli'UKO. Hit. K. -U.ef atcr, V:MV
11. Co; ruin, und liclfcrs, li.Sriti MHI; Mmk
rrs un,l renters, ll.SSri7.Tr,. IIoks .Hulk'
uf !., tS.K5tiU.15. Xlierp-Laiubx. US
HI, niis, Oct. 8. Ilei-f Htier, tK.eO
W 10.75; stotkurs ami ft-edern, IJ.T.Mlti.75;
rows und heifers, f COOii K.'ft, Hnutlmrn
itt-eis, tl. 5041 7.00. Uokh l'lgs and lights,
fS.V5US.U5. Sheep Native, (3.50U3.CU;
Kaunas City,. Oct, k. Clone: Wheat
Dec., 86c; May, 111 lie Com Dec,
47c: Mtty, t4,c.
Chicago, (ict. 8. Close: Wheat Dt-o.,
Hftc; Slay, 96ir Cotn-Oit BHic;
Dev., S3',ic; May, lie. Oats-Dec, 3i,ic;
at. Louis, Oct., 8. Cash: Wheat
Firm; track No. !! red, 11.0:110 1.0S; No. t
hard, SltiSto. Corn Mwer; track No. 2,
12c; No. 2 white, 6m,67r. Outv-8teatly;
track No. 2, 32Hcj No. 2 while, 31c. Kyu
Steady, 72c, Close: Futures Wheat
Higher: Dec, Sir; May, 7r. Curn-lllgh-er;
Dec, 53c; May. 51c. Oats- 1 1 In ti
er; Dec. 2ic; May, 31c,
Kansas City, Oct. . Kkks, 2l!4e Uns,
seconds, 17c. Poultry Broilers, lie;
hens, 12c; young turkeys, 17Mc. Butter,
2U packing- stock, 23c. Potatoes,
Minnesota, 46605c; sweet potatoes, 494V