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[United Press Leased "Wire Service.]
CHICAGO, Sept. 9.—While north
western wheat receipts did not come
quite up to expectations today, the
general situation was bearish enough
to give the market a heavy tone. Liv
erpool cables ruled lower, with
Manitoba offers pressing, heavy
world's shipments and increasing
movement of grain from Russian
fields were the depressing factors.
Corn futures were a bit off at the
opening, but later ruled stronger.
There was a good crop, outlook. Trad
ing was quiet.
THE WORLD'S MARKETS
The Grain Market,
Oats held steady with car shortage
and a disposition of the fanners to
hold onto their grain the sustaining
Provisions were Bteady.
Dally Range of Prices.
CHICAGO, 111., Sept. 9.—
Open. High. Low.
Sep 90 90% 90 90%
iDec 90Vfr. 90% 89% 89%
May 94% 94% 94%
Sep 73% 73% 73 73% 1
Dec 54% 54 53% 53%
May 52% 53% 52% 53
Sop 31% 32% 81» 31%
Dec 32% 32% 32% 32%
May 34% 3i% 34% 34%!
Sep 17.10 17.10 17.02 17.101
Oct 17.15 17.22 17.12 17.22'
Sep 11.15 11.15 11.10 11.12
Oct 11.17 11.20 11.12 11.15
Sep 10 ..717 10.85 10.75 10.80
Oct. 10.90 10.92 10.82 10.82
Chciago Cash Qraln.
Com—No. 2 white, 80%@8rb No. ™!*?d
2 yellow, 78%@79i4c No. 3, 7S%@
78%c No. 3 white, 80%@80%c No.
3 yellow, 78%@79c No. 4, 77%@78c
u\o. 4 white, 79%@80c No. 4 yellow,
Oats—No. 3 white, 32V4@33%c No.
4 white, 31%@32%c standard, 32% I
Chicago Live Stock.
CHICAGO, Sept. 9.—Hog receipts
29,000 market slow. Mixed and
butchers, $email@example.com good heavy,
$firstname.lastname@example.org rough heavy, $7.80®8.00
light, S8.50Jf 9.20 pigs, J5.. 5(®8.20.
Sheep receipts 40,000 market
St.- Louis Live Stock.
EAST ST. LOUIS, Sept. S —Cattle
Omaha Live Stock,
OMAHA, Sept. 9.—Cattle receipts
9,600 market steady to 10c lower.]
Steers, $email@example.com cows and heif-'
erp, $5.flO@'5.7R stockers and feed
efs, T.nO calves, $4.5n®8.7o
bulls and stags, $4.00(5 5.50.
Hog receipts 2,700 market steady
Sheep receipts. 2S.500 market
steady, active. Yearlings, $4.85^5 25
wethers, $4.15©4.n0 lambs, $fi 75@
',7.15 ewes, $3.75(f?,4 35.
Kansas City Live Stock.
•i KANSAS CITY, Sept. 9.—Cattle' re
ceipts 30.000 market slow, stpady.
.Steers, $i.00£f 10,25 cows and hPifers,
'-|firstname.lastname@example.org stockers and feeders]
:,j $email@example.com calves. $4.00^9,00.
receipts 2.300 market steady.
isH^Eulk, $8.55^8.80 heavv, $8.2.i^« 70*
C^. medium, $8 70(58,80 light, jS.SOPf
Sheep receipts 20,000: market
Smith Premier No. 2 or
Remington No. 6
loaf, 85.90 crashed, $5.80 powdered
$o.20@ 5.30 granulated, $5.15®3.25.
Tallow market steady. City, €%c.
Hay market steady. No. 3, 81.00.
Dressed poultry market firm. Tur
keys, 16@23c chickens, 14@23c
fowls, 12#17c ducks, lSGlSftc.^
Live poultry market £lrm. (i6ese,
12c ducks, 15@17c fowls, 17@
17^c turkeys, 15c roosters, 12c.
New York Produce Market
Special Crop Report.
WASHINGTON, Sept. i).—A special
crop report issued by the department
of agriculture this afternoon made
the following estimates:
Cattle receipts 20,000 market
6teady. Beeves, $firstname.lastname@example.org cows Corn 82,1 per cent of normal, com
and heifers, $email@example.com stockers and I I)ared 'Rith 81,1, the ten year average,
feeders, $firstname.lastname@example.org Texans, $4.75@ Spring wheat 90.8 compared with 76.5
6.50 calves, J8.50(S)11.75. tho ten jear average. Oats 92.3 per
receipts 15,000 market steady. Texas bnsliels, compared with tC.:") the Tour
receipts 339 loads market steady.1
Native beef steers, $r).n0®10.50 cows
Condition of crop? September 1—
strong. Native, $,l.4Aft4.65 western, average.
$3.50®4.75 lambs, $4.70®7.25 west
ern, |4.75f£ 7.35,
compared with 78.8, the ten year
land heifers, $email@example.com stockers and '15.4, compared with 14,6. Oats 34.1
feeders, $3.75ffi7.25 Texas Bteor?,
those who enroll for either the combined or Secretary's course before
September 7th, 1912.
Ask for particulars, it will pay you.
Tri State Commercial College
509-511 Main Street, Keokuk, Iowa
steady. Lambs, $firstname.lastname@example.org
$email@example.com wethers, $firstname.lastname@example.org
Chicago Produce. Mr. Chas. May, brother of
Sugar, refined, market ]ulet Cut Crane have returned from an enjoy-
NEW^YOEK, S.W. .,-Bu.tar ».r-
nnJpf rood nta AAO
ket quiet receipts 8,003. Creamery
Nearby white fancy, 34c nearby time
fancy* 23®27c: fresh- 23@28c-
Yield per acre of crops:
Corn 27.7 bushels, compared with
four year average of 27.1. Winter lar play "A Woman's Honor."
I wheat (preliminary estimate) 15.1'
average spring wheat 15.6 bush-
compared with 13.4, All wheat
S4,email@example.com cows and heifers, Total production of crops: in mil
,7.50 calves (car lots) $5.50@8 50. lions of bushels:
Hog receipts 4,OOP: market 5®10c|
higher. Mixed and butchers, $8.8513) winter wheat 390 against 430 spring
0.25 good to heavy, $R.95(ff 9.15 wheat 300 against 191: all wheat P90
rough, ?8.00@8,35: light,
against. 021 oats 1.290 against 922
bulk, $S.firstname.lastname@example.org pigs, $6.00®8.35. !The quality of the hay crop is 92~1
Sheep receipts 4,000 market.1 against 90.3 last year and a ten year
steady to strong. Sheep and mutton nveraere of 910
$email@example.com lamhs, $5.5n^7,no, I
2.995, against 2,531 last ypar
Serious Costly Sickness
greater vigor and v.tahty, as well as buoyant spmts-after you know^ndS
The direction, with every box are »Mn»Mo-e^ecmlIy to women.
Sold everywhere, in bo-ei 10v., 2Sc.
CHICAGO, Sept. 9.—-Butter—Extras: Margaret Herkes of Warsaw, died, ited promotion last week when he
26c firsts. 24%c dairy extras, 23c:! Sept. 5 1912, at Cloverport, Ky., aged was appointed traveling passenger
afcie 8}x week'g
Cheese market quiet. State milk
common to special, 14@16%c: skims,! ^ssociatlon'
common to specials, 7%@13c- full!
Wisconsin. They visited)
their brother Robert and wife in Hil
bert, Wisconsin, and made trips to
Green Bay, Appleton and Milwaukee,
stopping en route home in Chicago
and Peoria. The blistering heat or I ...
Warsaw was a depressing change'
from the cool breezes of rue north j,
Power Zone Cities Association hasj
sent the secretary of the Warsaw Im-!tralllg
Beveral asociations will meet in
1 iMci imyiuvcuiciii juuvt:xitiu
the fact that the two bodles
New York Money Market.
Money on call, 3%.
Six months, fi£.
Mercantile paper, 5y^.
Rar silver London. 28 13-16d.
Bar silver New York. 62Vfec.
Demand sterling, 486,35. v-
THE DAILY GATE CITY
The Warsaw Gate City
Warsaw, III, Sept. 9, 1912
dairy firsts. 22c. 64 years. Burial at Louisville, Ky.: agent of the Union Pacific with head- Today's entries in the interna
Eggs—Prime firsts, 20c firsts, 18c. He left a wife and six children and quarters in Chicago. Wendell is a,
Cheese—Twins. 14%@15c Young! one sister and one brother. He was'son of Mr. and Mrs. Halsey K. Sackj^ don-Bennett cup*
15% |a resident of Warsaw 35 years ago of Warsaw and it is by his untiring American'
Potatoes, TOQSOc. and was well known here. devotion to the interests of his em
Live poultry—Fowls, 14%@15c The Warsaw Cubs were beaten at' ployers -that he has attracted tiieir piaiTe")
14c geese, 12@
13c spring Ft. Madison Sunday by a score of 7 attention and secured his present Delloyd Thompson
chickens. lS@19c turkeys, 12@13c. to 2. Partiality shown by the umpire, position. His friends heartily rejoice:^
*y'' .to Ft Madison team was partly the-at this recognition of his merit.
New York Produce.
NEW YORK, Sept. 9.—Flour market they can stand it for they have made to the Huiskamp shoe factory will be
quiet and steady. a wonderful record this season. opened by the city council tonight
Pork market steady. Mess $19.75@ There is great activity among the'and work on same will begin at once.
1 land option buyers, also great inter- The city has decided to put in a
Lard market firm.
spot $11.50® 11.60. eral deals by outside parties are all 1 gan Bros, of Chicago and a survey
W'fl Aataat Uhwbtap rlidft fnr tha wntprwnrUn pyfpnalnn
causa of our boy'3 defeat. However, Bids for the waterworks extension
Middle west jest evinced in bottom farms and sev- sewer system after the plan of Mor-
Sugar, raw, market quiet Centri- but closed. There are plenty of good: and plat of the city will be made at
fugal test, 84.36 Muscavado 89 test,!rumors in the air. vj
'^•86- Misses Catherine and Mabelle'
pressed here regarding the haphazard Budget of Matrimonial
arrival of the Chicago mail, it having! s«ments in District Court Con
been from one hour to two hours and tinues to Enlarge.
a half late every day for nearly two Two more divorce suits have been
breaker for quality and quantity of
Rev. Herman Kasiske. pastor of the
German M. E. church is absent at
conference at St. Joseph, 111,, and is
expected home this yening. His
friends hope for his reappointment to
this pastorate for he is much beloved
by his church and by citizens gener
Wendell Sack for years in re-
sponsible position in railroad offices
Chicago and latter years with the
Mrs. Union Pacific, received a much mer- Course Thirty
TO ARREST BOYS
outing in the cool re-| TTTMPTNfJ TPATNT^
asociations will meet in Bur-1
lington on Wednesday, Sept 11, hours
of meeting to be fixed later. This!
•Tioin.ci. meeting will occur the Rprnnil dnv
Keokuk Youngsters Indulging In Dan
gerous Practice Will Be
I Some of these days some Keokuk
home is going to be darkened, accord-
t0 a nu^ber of thoge who haye
r*?,' .T °f witnessed the practice of a number
Qf yQUng ladg of tw
n0^lce tha| ajWorks.
in the vicinlt of tfa
If an accident does not hap-
to some of these youngsters,
there l8 tQ be a darkel^
at rat for ladf
1 PomrilAint. hns hfPn Rent- in, tho
to heed the warning. The» trainmen
complain that recently the boys have
Mayor Meigs of Keokuk will ad-i 'nT.irtprnwT
,, ,x, caused them considerable annoyance
dress the power zone cities on •'Gar-!
bage Disposal," a vital question from
•a sanitary point of view and all the, luffM? T? TlT\rAD npo
twelve power zone cities should have JJ1VUXtv/J!io
a strong representation.
There is much dissatisfaction ex-
and no little amount of worry.
weeks. Glad to see that Postmwtet added to the docket in the district! ®f,ne'«°W?Ver'Jate \hlS.
Moorhead of Keokuk has taken the I court. Mrs. Hazel Erman and Shir-|will
matter up and it is hoped that the' ley Windsor we the plaintiffs In the I
business public, will not have to suf-1 two suits. |ed
ing 100. Strange to say, with all this have two children. Shirley Windsor
heat the health of this city is good. says his wife Grace, deserted him,
The American floating palace tbea-'and has been loitering around houses
tre stops here tonight on her down I of prostitution. They have two chil
trlp, the last o^ the season and will j,dren and Windsor says his wife took
present for a second time the popu-l°ne of them with her when she dosert-
Manager Eckbohm of the canning deserted the child,
•vorks says this season is a record I
YOUNG ACTOR WAS
persistent in the dangerous practice, was admitted that the Yankees with
fer much longer. Mrs. Erman prefers a charge of! birdmcn fear to risk it until
Sunday was the hottest day of the] cruelty against Harry Erman in her
summer, several thermometers read- bill. They were married in 1905 and'!1? France has won the trophy for
ed him, and that shortly afterward she'ed
m« r,WAP«.'li»T C!Tr*TrkAT7icf
Joe Graham, the young vaudeville
actor, who was susp'ected by the local
police of being implicated in the
°f ^7°0 from a Chicago theatre,
was discharged from custody yester
day, after a conversation with the
Pinkerton Detective Agency, by long
distance telephone. It was found that
Graham was not the man wanted al
though the description tallied exactly
with the one of the guilty man. Gra
ham left for his home in Chicago last
Echo III Holds Record.
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
CLEVELAND, O. Sept. 9.—Nine
miles in thirty-one mil utes is the rec
ord h4d today by Echo III in the
state championship race for steam
motorboats. In the race for cabin
cruisers yesterday, Tramp made the
best time, 38 minutes.
Three More Good Mexicans.
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 9,-Confess
ing that they were participants in a
conspiracy to loot the city next Sun
day, Antonio Zerba and three lieuten
ant-* were executed by a firing squad
SIX AI1EII WILL
START IH B:6 RAGE
Frenchmen Are Conceded the Gordon
Bennett Trophy Following the
Withdrawal of American
Vedrines, the Frenchman, Goes
Around Course at Average of 100
Miles Per Hour In Praci ..
The Gordon-Bennett Trophy.
Previous winners, 1909 Glenn
Curtiss, American 1910 Claude
Graham-White, Englishman 1911
Chas. Torres Weymann, Amerl-•
Course-Thirty laps around
mlleg course at
n'j TotaJ dlstance 124 8 mjles
for the Gor-
Paul Beck (Columbia
Howard Gill (Wright biplane.)
Jules Vedrines (De Perdus
[United PresB Leased Wire Service.!
FLYING FIELD, Clearing, 111., Sept.
9.—Jules Vedrines, premier of French
airmen, flying in his Deperdussin
monoplane, was the first aviator to
complete his flight against time in
the Gordon-Bennett aeroplane compe
tition here today. Vedrines took the
air at 9:38 a. m. and he completed
the 124 miles of the race slightly
more than an hour later. His official
time for the 124.8 miles was one hour
ten minutes, 56 and 85-100 seconds.
His average speed was 105% miles
per hour. ''"S"''
The competition today was a fizzle
from the American standpoint. It
Complaint has been sent to the not have a chance against the French
ub aumuiea mat tne xanKees with
Vedrines' fastest lap was the 18th,
when he flew the 4.14 miles in 2 min
utes, 18 seconds. The world's record,
10G miles an hour, is also held by
Vedrines. Prevost was expected to
take the air shortly after noon.
"What's the use of flying," asked
the American entrants in the Gordon*
I Bennett cup race. "Vedrines' time is
unbeatable by any machine here,"
both declared Thompson and Captain
Paul Beck. They will fly for forms
Maurice Prevost, team mate of
The intense sun has caus-
P°c,ket8. making flying danger-
horizon. It is ad-
the first time, on Vedrines' showing
of 105^ miles an hour speed.
["United Press Leased Wire Service.]
CLEARING, 111. Sept. 9.—Perfect
weather conditions for flying prevall-
six aviators enter.?!
Gordon-Bennett Bpeed trophy, carrv-
in? with it the world's championship
iiioGHARuED SUNDAY due to take the air about eleven
12, we will
give to the
first 50 la
Large Jar Of
call, a large
trial Jar of
tan, sunburn, etc.
We have arranged with the
makers, The Wilson Freckle
Cream Co.. of Charleston, S. C„
to give this liberal sample to
prove the beauty possibilities in
your skin. Wilson's Cream will
clear it, leaving a wholesome,
It is harmless will not grow
hair: soothing and daintilv
Don't forget the date
our generous offer.
knowledge of bak-
general opinion today. The with-1
drawal of the' uewly constructed
Americau detender because it could
shape to start tue
race, it is believed, killed the char.ten
of the Yankees to hold the trophy I
won by Weymann last year in the'
western hemisphere. None of the
American machines entered can make I
better than 78 miles an hour, it wus
sa'.d, while Vedrines, in yesterday's
practice attained a speed of 100 miles
Maurice Prevost (De Perdus
sin monoplane.) 4
Andre Frey (Bleroit mono
to be run
against time around a course -114
miles in length. Each contestant
must fly 124.S miles. The contestants
can take the air any time th„s. lit
during the day.
At the Hlppourome.
For the opening bill of the week
the management of the Hippodrome
announces the special engagement of
"Huntress," admittedly the most
beautiful act in vaudeville. Character
impersonations and classic dances
are the features of the act, wntom! come again, and those who want ai
Carries with it a carload of special
scenery. All the large bouses in ths
east* have seen this act and all pro
nounce it, without exception, a most
wonderful exhibition. D^ll Baity and
Character Impersonator and classic
dancer who Is appearing at the
Hippodrome this week.
in the competition for the 12,000 fvane *1*° special features of
cowpuncher and the musical
Vaudeville Actor Who Was S'uspected morning tuning up thei* machines
of Being Implicated In Theft Is 'and practicing at steering around the
Released From Custody. great steel pylons that mark the
aviators spent the
That the French, probably .Tiiloa
Vedrines, will be the winner, was the
JUNK PILE IN
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
CHICAGO, Sept. 9.—No OBtrich has
it I (rwniinw^i'
MONDAY, SEPT. 9, 1912 BmONI
Pure in tl
your part is all that is ttecessarv
to produce perfect bakings with Calumet BakiJ
Powder. Calumet by its purity and perfect leavening
qualities does the rest.
Leave your next baking to Calumet and note the
improvements-—also note the saving—for Calumet is
economical in cost and use. All good grocers sell it
RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS
World* Puro Food Ex position.
If you are one of those who prefj
an autumn vacation and are wonde
ing where you will go this year, con
in and let me tell you of the pk
ures and benefits of a camping tr|j
In the Rockies. For genuine enjojj
ment, there is scarcely anything tbij
can compare with a trip of this kind
Those who have camped out one
In the Rockies need no invitation tol
outing different from the ordlnaryl
can do nothing better. The climatel
is very dependable, railroad facilities!
are excellent and good reads andl
trails lead off into the mountains inl
all directions—these, combined with|
good fishing, scenic attractions and
tonic atmosphere, make camp li£«|
OutfltB may be rented or purchase
outright at reasonable prices at an
of the larger towns. The question
Just where to go may easily be d^
cided upon after reaching Denver!
Colorado Springs, Salt Lake or what]
ever may be your stopping point, oij
beforehand by a perusal of our Colo
rado and Utah folder. Your copy isl
waiting for you. C. F. Conradt, citj]
ticket agent, Burlington Route, fv
Jus.t Half in Bed
Clyde, Ky.—MrB. I. A. Decker, writol
from Clyde: "I recommend CarduiJ
the woman's tonic to any woman ln|
need of a remedy. For five years,
was unable to do iy own work. Half
my time was spent in bed. At Jastl
I tried Cardui. Now 1 ain well andl
happy, and can
Doctors Cut Him Open and Took Out porterhouse, but the doctor firmly rfr|
Nineteen Knives and a Sll- fused the patient all food.
easily, following an operation during
which nineteen knives, one silver dol
four knifg blades, several screws,
and various other article of cutlery
were removed from his stomach.
I "I began swallowing knives four
frntn Mi v. and sniffed the odors
one v.. Jf seemed as if some. noon of September 16, instead of To-I
After tha^ Tiff6
wnni^0^ f55" financesi
my own worl:1
Don't suffer pain, headaihe backach«|
and other v/omar'.y, miseries, wheal
your own drug'ist has cn his shelf 1
remedy to: such troubles—Cardull
Get a bottlj for our thelf. As
the bill for the first half of the week.
and Rogers and Dorman are blackface
entertainers that have won their spurs
on the big time in the large eastern
houses. Blanche Belleville, in songs
and C. K. Slade, in a xylophone solo
are the other attractions. Feature mo-| knives nothing bothered me
tlon pictures, as usual, find their fa- easy."
vored place on the program. Martlnek's condition was perfectly!
normal today, except that he was a^l
normally hungry. He pointed out tol
general tonic, for weak women, notb-1
ing has been found for 50 years thatj
wculd take its place. Try it. It wil
surgeon that a man accufrl
vluAV/Jl tomed to eating harware could not bsj
serious injured by several pounds oil
ver Dollar. "Martlnek's case breaks all rw|
ords," said the surgeon. "We've tnt'f
en almost everything from the humaul
but never pocket!
anything on John Martinek, the hu-! knlves until now.
man hardware store. John
We estimate bel
swallowed at least
five of them."
[United Press Leased Wire Service
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Sept. 9-
., Governor Thos. R. Marshall, democra-l
as he tic vice presidential candidate, will]
the democratic campaign inj
Kansas, in Kansas City on the aftor-i
P°le|peka, as originally planned, accord-f
ing to an announcement today.
een more that Governor Marshall announced today!
he will attend a meeting of the!
Scottish Right Masons in Boston
Sept.embeT 30. but will return in
•wallowing Bome- to attend one day's section of the u«rj
eighteen' tlonal conservation congress