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ONE CENT-THE BAY BOOK-ONE CENT
BENSON PROPRESIES WOODEN
BREAD AND HORSE MEAT
Hutchinson, Kan., Nov. 3. "iff we
continue to vote the Eepublican and
Democratic ticket the time will come
soon when the American working
class family will clatter .up to the ta
ble in wooden shoes and partake of
wooden bread and horse meat," was
Allan L. Benson's greeting to a big
The Socialist candidate for presi
dent continued: "Only a great So
cialist vote can stop the stripping of
America's food by exporters. Only
a great Socialist vote will place a
quick halt on the rapidly decreasing
standard of living of the American
LESS THAN NINE HOURS IN AIR
IN FLIGHT TO N. Y. .
New York, Nov. 3. Aviator Carl
strom, flying from Chicago to New
York, arrived at Governor's Island at
8:55 a. m. He had been in air 8 hgurs
and 37 minutes, making two stops
en route, one at Erie, Pa., and the
other at Hammondsporty-N. Y. .
The distance covered was approxi
mately 975 miles, which gives him
an average of 110 miles an hour.
ODDS IN ELECTION BETTING.
FLUCTUATE IN NEW YORK
New York, Nov. 3. Reports on
betting odds varied widely today,
with the Wall street wagering more
in 'Hughes' favor than the up-town
betting. Republicans reported that
adds on Hughes were from 10 to 7
to 10 to 6y2, while Democrats said
the prevailing rate was 10 to 9 and
10 to 8 on Hughes. The amounts
placed appeared to have fallen off,
commissioners estimating only about
$25,000 was bet yesterday.
Washington, Nov. 3. Washing
tonions are betting on Hughes and
traveling men from the west and
middle west are taking the bets. The
odds for the most part are 10 to 9 on
NEW YORK STOCKS. Slight
gains generaL Trading light.
Unsettled and warmer tonight,
probably rain; . Saturday partly
cloudy; colder in afternoon; winds
becoming fresh south to southwest
Temperature' Thursday: High, 62;
N. D. COCHRAN.
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