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AEILE32 WErZLY EIILECT02 ABILISS, EAK2A3, JANUAKY 3, 1SC3
PASSED THE II OOSE , The Stub Primary Bill Favored by ' " . t Vote of 104 to 9 at .. . Topeka. . .' - "SPLIT" BILL III THE SEMITE The Lower Branch Endorsed Taft for Prealdant Amending Prohibit tory Law Favorable Re port on Gaa Bill. Topeka, Kan., Jan. 22. In the home of representatives Tuesday a joint res olution, offered by Stubbs, declaring William H. Taft the choice of Kansaa (or president of the United States, was unanimously carried. The house committee of the whole Tuesday night passed the Stubbs di rect primary bill by a note of 104 to . This provides for the nomination -of United States Senators at the time of the nomination of the state officers. The senate Tuesday voted for the "'split" primary. Tbls brings the two houses in direct conflict. ' ' Kansas women probably will not get a chance to vote for president this year. The house committee on the political rights of women made an adverse report on the Stone women's auffrage bill. A bill by Holdren, requiring com panies supplying natural gas to supply- Kansas consumers first In case of gaa shortage, was reported favorably. In the senate a warm discussion over the bank guaranty bill was brok en by an adjournment to the state house steps for a group photograph of that body. It has been decided by the house committee to offer a bill requiring the . publication In the newspapers at the expense of the druggist of the name, address and disease of every affidavit for liquor sold. This Is a substitute for the prohibitory amendment bill re quiring a doctor's prescription to se cure liquor at a drug store. Representative A. C. Mitchell Intro duced a bill la the house to appropri ate $10,000 to exterminate the green bug from--the Kansaa wheat fields. The senate adopted a concurrent resolution providing that no bills shall be Introduced. As the house had al ready passed' a similar resolution to m effective last Saturday, no more bills will come before the legislature. The senate passed a banking bill which provides that the' state bank commissioner shall take charge of de funct state banks and appoint re i celvers, Instead of having this done by the courts. It developed Tueeday night at a meeting of the house banking com mittee that not a tingle member of the committee Is In favor of a bank guaranty law and Instead favor reject . lag all bills that have been presented to the house. EVELTH'S STOHY FHIISHED f-JpX'S REFORT District Attorney Jerome's Cross- Examination Waa Severe. A Dozen Letters Were Read Tending i to Corroborate Her Testimony- Little Evidence for Defense. New York, Jan. 22. District Attor ney Jerome's long and severe cross- examination of Mrs. Evelyn Nesblt- Thaw at the trial of her husband came to an end late TueBilay. The attorneys for the defense then sue ceeded In placing in evidence a letter written by the defendant In the fall of 1903, which completely corrobor- Canadian Official Made Public ' Part of tie Result of Bit Illation to Japan. WILLIAMS 13 SESATOk. Democratic House Leader Promoted by the Mississippi Legislature Takes Effeot in 1911. Jackson, Miss., Jan. 22. In the two houses of the Mississippi legislature Tuesday, Congressman John Sharp Williams waa elected to the United LABORERS NOT PROHIBITED Canada Was Offered Just Two Alter! natlvss, Accept What ths Jap anese Offered or Abro gate the Treaty. Km 4mm aMuuv Wti.i mw A Cruiser Does to Haytl. Washington, Jan. 22. Because the disturbed conditions in Haytl, and at a guarantee for the protection ol American Interests, It has been de cided to dispatch the cruiser Dei Moines to that Island with her head quarters in the vicinity - of the troubled section. The gunboat Eagle, Captain Marvell commanding, now ot ft. Mare, will look after the protec tion of these Interests until the ar rival of the cruiser, when shu will resume her survey work around the coast. IB CASS OF WAR. Th Chief of Ordinance Telle Cen grssslonal Committee of the Re sources Available for Infantry. Washington, Jan. 22. Brigadier General Croiler, chief of the bureau of ordinance, United States army, In the course of a statement made Tues day to the house committee on mill tary affairs, which had under consid eration the army appropriation bill (ave some Interesting Information concerning the government's prepara tion against possible war needs of the future. General Crosier said that the United States has now on hand enough rifles to equip 731,000 Infantry. Tba Krag-Jorgensens, of which there are 400,000, are being replaced rapid ly by the new weapon known official ly as the Model of 1803. of which 331, 000 already are In use or on hand. As fast aa the 1903's are distributed the Xrags are stored for emergency use by volunteers, or apportioned among the several militias. General Croiler aald that it the government and .pri vate factories were to run two shifts a day 1,500 of the new rifles could be turned out dally. The United States bas on hand CO, 00,000 rounds of Krac-Joagenaea aae aaunltloa and U.OOMOO founds ol ea rn Ml Hon for the new model. Australian Heat Wava Brefcen. Melbourne, Australia, Jan. 12. The beat wave that has been centering over Victoria for some time past it coded, but It has left disastrous ef fects la Its train, Vaat bush Bret are raging In many parts, destroying bandreds of homesteads. Sett en bare lost heavily In live stock. More taa 100 deaths from sunstroke bat beea. "reported and thousands ef par aona are eeriously 111 from ths effect of the beat ',':.. He'ne Intwasia Threw" Out. Hartford, Com, Jan. 22. At Ui f l Bieetirg of It. Aotoa Indus - - e t b"e T " 'y (a ..-... t'-t Ottawa, OnL, Jan. 22. Postmaster General Lemleux, In the house Tues- ated the claim that the girl who was day made a report on bis recent mis- to become his wife did tell blm the I t0n to Tokio. Mr. Lemleux declared story of her relations with Stanford I that as a result of his negotiations White, much as she has related it I with the mikado's government, an ef upon the stand at this and the former fectlve check had been put on the trial. emigration of Japanese from Hawaii This letter was one Of a dozen to X'unnHn ami that ha rmttlvari aa. which were read to the Jury as tend- surancea that the Japanese govern- States senate to succeed Hon. H. D. Ing to corroborate young Mrs. Thaw's ment was not only anxloua to meet Money, whose time expires March 4, testimony and. as further tending to Canada's wishes In ths matter of re- 1911' show the effect her story had upon I striding direct emigration, but he re- Wednesday a Joint session of the the defendant's mind. Most of tnese garded such emigration as an econo- lwu UUB uo """ " '"" letters were read to the Jury in tne mic loss to Japan, whose policy of 'ecuou. a-uwunu r. um w iu former trial and were considered as colonization Is confined to Korea and A1 Inaugurated aa governor of Mis one of the strongest bits of evidence Manchuria slsslppl In the presence of one of the the hands of the defense. Mr. Mr i.omtonv. briefly stated the largest crowds tnat ever assemoiea Ternmn nhlected to their Introduction ..n.i.nn... ciino. in at the capltol. Gov. Noel delivered Into the record Tuesday, but was British Columbia, which culminated the shortest Inaugural address on rec- overruled by Justice Dowling after Thaw himself hail made a wuiver of the confidential relation of counsel and client when Frederick W. Long fellow, his former attorney, appeared on the stand to Identify the letters. Mr. Jerome was much quieter in til: in the riots there and reviewed the rd ln th,B state' h" "peech "",t,ng various treaties and conventions Dut " minutes. with Japan. By treaty the Japanese were unequivocally given the same lights as any British subject In Can- and his hearing set for next Satur day. His bond was fixed at 25,000 A Kansaa Banker Arrested. Great Bend, Kan., Jan. 22. Presl- ada and the real cause of the recent dent W. Leo Bochemohle, of the Bank acltattnn waa the hroad Intemretatinn of Elllnwood, at Elllnwood, Kan., was handling of young Mrs. Thaw on the o( thla treaty by some enterprising arrested Tuesday by order of Deputy stand and his voice lacked tne nign, emigration comnaniea. It waa on the ana axammer waixon on uie cuarge hard pitch which filled the courtroom raith of a tacit understanding with 01 having sworn falsely on December Monday afternoon. The cross-examln- .Tonnn that the latter would restrict 8. 1907, concerning the condition of atlon resolved Itself for a time Into a emigration that parliament gave Its the bank. There appeared two notes verbal battle between prosecutor' and sanction to the treaty. among the assets, one of $3,500 and witness and there were several live- Mr. Lemleux then gave figures to lne omer oi as.uuu, as oeing sun in show that as soon as the treaty had force wnen 00111 had been paid, been slaned an Incessant tide of emi- Bochemohle was brought to this city grants poured Into British Columbia frnm Jnnnn and Hawaii. ThA .Tanan- ese government was not responsible and was furnished. for that Influx, he said. No charge which were Introduced laBt year as 0 Dad faith can be made against further evidence of Irrationality on hem. The emigration companies the part of the defendant will be vere chiefly responsible. Droved and Introduced as evidence. Mr I.omienr then dealt, with mih- Then will follow the testimony of In,. i .innan. nin a nrnml 'he semi-arid lands of the mountains Miss Belle Moorehouse Lawrence, ot and sensitive people, he said, the Jap- ana wesiern plains win ue aiscussea California, who was Thaw's teacher anese cannol admit that today's racial ln all, its phases at the second annual when he was six years old and could prejudices will last forever. Japaif meeting of the Dry Farming congress not talk intelligibly, It is said. Miss claims that her standard of civilize- wnicn uegiua in una cuy Wednesday. Lawrence keut a diary ln which there inn n n with thn t wmt. Daily sessions will be held until are many entries concerning young firn natina ana the crux of their Saturday. Thaw and an effort will be made to grievances against not only Canada, FINED HARVESTER TRUST, get this 1n evidence. Mrs. William out the United States Is that America 1y tilts which ended only when Jus tice Dowling supervened. The defense Is nearlng Its close. Wednesday morning Thaw's will and the codicil made at the time of his marriage to Evelyn Nesblt, both of W. J. Bryan Visits the Kentucky . legislature in tba Interest of " Democratic Harmony. CSEY CONSTITUENT'S WILL Leglelators ' Who Cannot Reapect Wishes of Those Who Sent Them Should Resign Republicans Who Are Democrats. Frankfort.- Ky., Jan. 22. The house of representatives, balloting separate ly Tuesday gave Beckham 47 and Bradley 48 votes, with three scatter ing. The senate's separate ballot tor senator resulted: Beckham 17, Brad ley 14, McCreary 2; J. C 8. Blackburn The senate adjourned Immediately ,-, . ... ,,.. , , , after balloting. mu ituuug at n.uu w u.vv, iu- u The feature of the day waa an ad- Kooa w 10 " OUR SPECIAL MARKET LETTER (Notes on tbls w.ek'i Kaasaa Olty stock market wrlttea for tba Banaoroa by 1. it Van Voorat of (ha MlMOurl, Kaasaa aa Texaa om.Uo t) Kaiijas City, Jan. 22 With mod erate runs of csttle In yesterday day today's trade in beef grades have been i. in. I L A... .III. wen mj iw iuwh nvu uv ; "iwi best heavy kinds selling at b.ib to 6.75 and good to oboloe, medium weight, kinds at $4.78 to $8.26. Choice light weight steers and prims fat heifers are selling at 4.fi0 to $8.00 with best heavy fat oows at $4.00 to $4.80. There has been heavy runs of short fed oows and beifers In this week's prioe are 18 to 2So lower : than last week but sales have been . ' active at the decline. There has a very good run of heavy feeding steers ln this week, and while the demand has been good, prises are a shade lower, with best heavy fleshy dress by W. J. Bryan. Mr. Bryan said there was two theories In present day democracy, the arlstocratlo and the democratic. He quoted Jefferson in making this statement and said this There have been to many ttookera in this week for the demand, pricea are fully IS to 25c lower than last week. There are a good many buyers is true now as well aa when Jefferson ln 'or tnlB cl,9B' "at are taking them said It In all countries there are two at the decline an1 the yards 'are very parties all the time, and always, the! weli cleaned up at the olose of the aristocratic party distrusting the peo-' ,s market pie and the democratic trying to get, . , . '. . . . . In close with the people. An arlsto- Best ,at Te8'8 4re 26 t0 400 lower crat is not easily . converted Into a 'nan high time last week with heavy democrat, he continued, "he must be runs of hugs at all the market. This born again.". J week prices have gone lower, and , . ue..ev inn k neari . targe ma- , h g6 000 h(jre tod th ioM 6 t Jorlty of those who Call themselves , ... . . republicans are democrats," said the 10o lower. We cannot expect to see speaker, "Occasionally these aristo- any advance in prices as long aa the crate get into the legislature. The receipts keep as heavy as they have aristocratic view is that a legislator f8r the last month but with moderate la elected because he can think for . .... .,.,,, . ..,, himself.- The embezzlement of power r - J " 6 is as great a crime as the embezzle-1 " '.. n - ment of money." - ; Can Not Hear Snail Letters Read. Referring to the man who is elected . . Clinton, 111., Jan., 18. Tba Illness to a legislature and then votes against ot United State Judge W. D. Cochrane the wishes of the people who sent him Friday halted the suit to let aald Mr. Bryan said: "I hope the time will the will of Colonel Thomas SnelL come when such betrayers will be It was reported Friday night that whipped from power." when the trial resumes Judge Coch- , a n. r.iHn r....... Mr. Bryan declared tnat tnoBe lexis- rane win oraer u atnvwuua hii Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 22. The lators who are too conscientious to newspaper reporters excluded from productpion of cereals and other use ful vegetation without Irrigation on Thaw expected to complete her tes timony. The insaultv expert should be reached not later than Thursday afternoon and the defense hopes to 0f the treaty In which they are guar admits Immigrants from Europe but An Aggregate Sum of $12,600 Assessed shuts the door upon Japanese. This, Against the Big Combine they say, is a flagrant contravention - at Topeka. close Its case by Friday night. A week later Thaw's fate should be In the bands of the Jury, anteed eaual treatment with that ac- Topeka, Jan., 20.-Judge Dana, corded subjects of all other countries, in the Shawne county district court They regard It as an aspersion on here Saturday assessed a nne oi ii,- .. . .. ... . . , - ...... ...i. I IMA nnlnnl Tnla.nntlnnal ITalVAat. . rrr:iv n , i ineir naiionamv ana win noi ue aaiia- tai". wZZZiyilAZZUei until the discriminating treat- er company which the court foUnd liuna bu lur n k am auiuuriu w -j-" v make them public," said Mr. Lemleux, $100. "but one must bear In mind that the The criminal suit was filed a year Question at Issue Is one affectlna not ago by Attorney General C. C. Cole- vote as those who elect them want, should be conscientious enough to re sign their offices. , I The reference of Mr. Bryan to cot porationa was received with applause. ! "The rights of the corporation extend only to those given to them by law," Mr. . Bryan said. "The warning of . President Roosevelt as to the great fortunes which many persons bad built up due to the growth of the cor- the courtroom while the letters are being read. , ences and for the proper employment of former presidents of the united States was Monday Introduced by n . W- VnHWw T Benaiur jmrfieaij ul ncubuvu, it i -- -- i . . provides that former presidents of the only Canada, but as a result of the man, who contended that the harvester o. v.n ... . Anrlo-Jananese alliance, the British company was being operated ln Kan- UllllBU DtUlOtl BUUU W UA-VH1VMI lopiic - - ..... a j. a ...i .. n. .t emnlre Itself. I am therefore, not at saa in violation of the anti-trust laws. and International conferences In which liberty to .divulge confidences and The specillc charge was made by the h. tTnj ntatea mav nartlclnata. documenta ot a connaentuti nature. ' uuu uvui ,u iu- v,. m.it.hAra nf thla mmmla- "I ask parliament to trust the repre- peka were compelled to sign a con- sion are also provided for. all to re- J senUtlves of Great Britain and Can- tract with the International company celve 10,000 annually and expenses, ada in tnis matter. ine written as- """"a Th.. .r. t t.v. hi. ail miMtinna look. I surance I have received from the ery save that made by the Interna- Ing to International peace. minister of foreign affairs that Japan tional Harvester! company and the win in ma ruture restrict ner emi- jvot " m y Deficiency Bill of $24,000,000. aratlon to Canada is the best evl- lated. The conviction Secured In the Washington, Jan. 22. The urgent dence that the new arrangement Is on ease wss almost entirely upon the ad- deflclency appropriation bill carrying a aatlafactor and nefmanent basis." I mission ot evidence of a statement appropriations to the amount of $24,- The document containing this as- made by Cyrus McCormlck, president 000,000 was agreed on Tuesday by the surance Is dated at Toklo, December of the harvester company at a meeting sub-committee on deficiencies of the 23, 1907, and Is signed by Baron of Implement dealers ln Kansas City house committee on appropriations Havashl. vhen he told of the formation of the and will be reported to the house A series ot most stringent regula- company and its purposes. Wednesday. tlons accompanied by Instructions ad- The case was heard before Judge dresBed to the local governor and the Dana December 2. The company was Reduce Diamond Output . , consuls ln Canada accompanied given a atay of execution for 60 daya London, Jan. 22. with a view to Baron Hayaahi's letter. facilitating the speedy absorption of I These regulations, Mr. Lemelux Pennsylvania Mine Burning. Pittsburg, Jan., 18. The Catsburg mine of the Monogahela Consolida ted Coal ft Coke Company, located neai Monogahela City, 80 miles south ot here, was reported burning Friday night. Forty men were at work in tie mine but whether they have perished1 poratlons, Mr. Bryan warmly com- j was not yet known. . mended. He said that he wanted to1 . express to the president his gratlflca-1 Te,ler Would Coln Mor 8I,V,P' tlnn and amt.lt.nde for taklna- off of hla Washington, Jan. 22.-Senator Tell- shoulders a part of the "cussing" from er Tuesday Introduced an amendment corporations which he formerly had t0 the sundry olv" appropriation bill to bear himself. He urged the mem-' Pviumg ior uie puicnaae oi anvw I llf... 1. 11 J. 1 .1 SI An AAA AAA to prepare a case for the supreme court, the present stock of diamonds, the could not make public except to say premier Diamond Mining company they were satisfactory to Canada. -One announces a further reduction In the feature was that all immigration of output Of 30.000 carats monthly until contract laborers, artisans Included, the prevailing depression passes off. I was . not prohibited. After all there were only two al Pennsylvania Cement Mills Close, ternatives," said Mr. Lemleux ln con Kaaton, Pa., Jan. 22. The Alpha elusion. "Canada must abrogate the Portland Cement company Tuesday treaty or accept the arrangement announced tnat on February l It wiu Exclusion would mean a serious close Its three mills, the largest In the break In the treaty alliance between vast cement belt Nearly 1,500 men Canada and Japan.' win be tnrown out of work. I ! II IaI-m E IIMH. win vommana tne Miaaiaalppl. v v,v .?. nTh h of naamugiuu, JUL M. I am oauie . , . hmn. kMna ship Mlaalaslppi waa formally accept np ud the figures for January will ed by the government Tueeday and rtow ormous IncreaM over the will be taken over Wedneeday mora tam, nactb but year. Already in 17 Ing at the League Island navy yard h.v. ion&a ateeraca muueuers have Bhe Is to be commanded by Captali left New York, aa axalnat 1.471 Ut Jonn c. rTemont formerly naval at jrear. During the same period tbls year tacne at bl reteraourg ana rails only 7,131 steerage paaaengera nave arrived at thla port Tba Increase la L-bound steerage travel for this month Is 210 per cent and the outward flow la greater by ttO per cent tbaa the Incoming. who is now on his way home. Ne Second Term for Hughoa. Albany, N. Y, Jan. 21 That Gov Hughes bas determined under bo cob dl tlons that can now be foreseen, at aocept a renomlnatloa aa governor, b stated with Increasing posltlvetMaa b those who have talked with hint. Makes France Narveaa. Paris, Jan. 11 The newt that a Oar- aaaa fleet wtU crtuse ta the Mediter ranean aext eprtng baa created some anxiety ta aomunieat etrclea br Ne Wants the Prayer Printed. Washington. Jan. It Bellevjng that vhnra it la tbomcht that Ue tbe reugloas part ot the proceedings , u warships asay aaema a "reaewal of the boose of representatives shoald yieserved ta offleial fona, Mr. Hoaatoa ot TenDestee Monday ef -wed resolution dlrc'.f r that the r rr with wb'eb f t -'ala opevs 1 1 s -i t i la t of Germaa meddling ta Moroccu af fairs. P d tha ttpwy Law. C."i-, Tk. Jan. It T kwr m (' I to-d r ' . 6anatora Will Not Stay. Washington, Jan. 16. In the senate Wednesday the bill to codify the penal laws was taken up. Mr. Heyburn, of Idaho, chairman of the Joint committee on revision of the laws, explained the committee's work. Senator Burkett of bers of the legislature to be careful in making laws which will affect cor porations. He said that the recent panic was caused by fictitious values. "The railroads," he said, "bad palmed off on the publlo such stocks." This, he concluded, was the primary cause of the disturbance, as these stocks and bonds got Into the hands of New York brokers and were put Into circu lation. A shrinkage ln these stocks and bonds followed and caused the recent panic. He said every state, should pass such laws or amendments as would make - Impossible watered stock and fictitious capitalization. In conclusion Mr. Bryan said he waa here at his own Invitation. The climax ot W. J. Bryan's visit to Frankfort was reached Tuesday after noon when be spoke to the democra tic members of the legislature behind closed doors, advocating the election of Former Governor- Beckham .as United States senator. Mr. Bryan said neither Gov. Beckham nor any body else had Invited him to Frank fort. He declared he had no fears for himself. He said he was told ln the Goebel campaign that, he might hurt himself If he came to Kentucky. 'I am not afraid of hurting myself when the interests ot the democratic party are at stake," said Mr Bryan. I might be a candidate this year," he said. "I do not know. Only two delegates have been elected and they have been Instructed for me, but they are not enough to elect me. If what I say here affects my chances of eleo- bullion to the extent of $100,000,000 to be made Into subsidiary coinage. Nebraska, said so Important a measure "on. It Is not a sufficient bribe to should receive tha attention of the,eep my mouth closed. I am in the naolt OX saying wnai i wins uu let ting every man In the world think ot senate. He referred to the almost de serted chamber whereupon a roll call was ordered and the consideration of the bill was begun. Five minutes aft er the completion of the call the sen ate chamber waa again almost empty, there being only ten members present Asks $1,600,000 for Hospital Ship. Washington, Jan. IS. Surgeon Gen eral BJiey of the navy Friday aaked the kouaa committee on naval affairs to recommend aa appropriation ot $1 (00,000 tor tha construction and equip ment of a navy hospital thlp. This estimate eon template the Inetallatloa ef the moat modern instruments and appliances which aclenc baa perfect ed la the eurgical field, Th commit tee's attitude was friendly to the re quest : ' New .Max lea Wanta StateReod. Trinidad. Col, Jaa. 20. A delega- Uoa of promlBeat New Mexico : eitl cesa, beaded by Gov. George Curry and Sol Lena, republican aatkaaal commlt- ea for this territory, paaeed t&reecli bare E nsiaj aarocta to Waah "twtca la tha tnt of stutedo for s I Tirm lx.at"e trots t owm- j ' a ft ! t . r are arraagtag te It aa he pleasee. He said be bad come to Kentucky not for Beckham but for the demo cratic nomine and that If McCreary were the nominee for senator be would be here speaking for McCreary. Rallroada Killed Mora. Washington, Jaa, 21. Startling fig urea a pear In the accident bulletin tost hmued by tha Interstate Commerce Commlsaioa covering tha months of July, August and September, 1107. The report shows that tba number of casualties oa railroads during that quarterly period vera 23,(62, Including U3 killed aad J1.7J4 injured. Thla Is an Increase of 157 In th Dumber killed and t.OCS la th number in jure, aa eempared with th apoadtag period of l0i. Held for Father Murder. Marytvllla, Kaa, Jan. 21 George Teanyaoa. charge wtib th Bmrder ot bis father, David Teearsos, was Tuesday bound over at tha close of the preUmlaary bearing before Jnattea) Anratrmtg. ta the dfrk eemrt tar trial A botMl of fin iog at rwgatrad, wBefc Teasywa mft c-a aajoira. MARKET REPORTS. Live Stock. Kansas City, Jan. 22. Cattle Natives: Steers, N.205.66; cowa and heifers, 2.40 4.80; stackers and feeders, 8.404.7S; western steera, t4.005.26. Hog Bulk of aales, t4.20i4.46. Sheep Muttons, 14.156)6.10; lambs, I6.OO06.75. " Chicago, Jan. 22. Cattle Natives, J.6 !.10; cows and heifers, 1.404.0; tookers and tee den, 2.664.t0. Hogs Mixed and butchers, 4.204.62. Sheep, t3.406.40. Lambs, (6.2667.20. St LoUls, Jan. 22. Beef Steera, 23.71 610; stockera and feeders, 2.404.ta; cows and heifers, $3.1665.25; Teaa ateera, 2.905.25. Hoga Pigs and llghta, 43.260 4.30. Sheep NaUvea, 12.0066.25. Lambs, 3.607.00. -' . Oraln. . , Kansas City, Jan. 22. Close. Wheat Unchanged. May, 98n July, SI Ho. Cash No. I hard, S7699Me; No. t, I6fl 98c; No. 1 red, Mct?tl.M; No. S. Mo. Corn Unchanged. May, 64e; July, -64Hc Cash No. i mixed, 61c; No. 2, 62K52e; No. t, 63Kc Oata Unchanged. No. I white, 49 S0c; No. t mixed, 42 4se, ; ' ' St Louis, Ma., Jan. 22. Close. Wheat! Hither. Track No. i red eaah, $1,029 1.03; No. i hard, ll.001.04: May, 21.02 1.0294; July, , 6To. Cora Higher. Track No. t cash, 65056; No. I white, 6767c; May, 68Ko; July. 68H& Oat Firm. Track No. 1 caah, (OVtc; No. g white, 62c; May, 52c Chicago. Jan., 22. Close. Wheat May, 1.024i1.02; July, WHe; Sept, 95(4c. Com May, 6OM06Oo; July, 59 . 5914c; Sept, 5914a. Oata May, old, 64c; May, 62c; July, old, 47 Ho; July, 46c; Sept, MMc. ' Produce. Kansaa City, Jan. 22. Eggs, 21o per doa. Poultry Hena, 24c; springe, to sttc; turkeys. (4e. Butter Creamery, extra, tic; ant 20e; packing stock, Ue. Poutoea. 70675c par bu. Public Sale I will sell at public auction at tar farm 2 miles west aad 4 miles aorta, ot Herington, 4 miles north and 4 miles east of Hope, S miles south aad I miles west ot Woodbine, on Tcesiay, F4 4i eommenelng' at 10 a. at sharp, th following described property: . 4 head Horses, 1 Mute 131 head of Cattle -v . 60headIHc5gs - J Farm Implements Household Goods. ' A tjaantitj ot (nia aad feed. L R. PAGEaKOPF.