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SATURDAY, JUNE 15,1929
CLASSIFIED - MARKETS -- APPROVAL OF FARM BILL BOOSTS WHEAT Brisk Upturns Dsvstop on Washington Ntws and Dry Wsathsr in Canada Chicago, June 15.—(A*)—Assertions that crop damage from drought has become to be manifest in Canada divided attention with farm relief news today, and wheat prices aver aged higher. In this connection, re ports from Saskatoon, in Saskatche wan province, said that rains at once as well as continued downpours later are requisite to produce even an aver age yield of wheat in Canada. The forecast, however, for the Canadian wheat belt indicates generally fair and warm weather. Wheat closed firm 4c to lie above yesterday’s finish. (July 1.07 Ti» to 1.08; Sept. 1.12 lb to 14; Dec. 1.171* to •«). Corn closed l*c to 14c down (July .914 to 4; Sept. 914; Dec. 88%; oats finished varying from 4 to 4c off to 4c up (July 444: Sept. 434. A provisions unchanged to a setback of 7 to 10c. Brisk upturns in wheat values de veloped at times today in connection with Washington news* about signing of the agricultural marketing act and of unfavorable weather conditions, especially in Canada. On the price bulges, however, commission house selling broadened out. and quick re actions were witnessed. According to telegraphic advices to day from one leading Chicago expert, the Kansas wheat harvest will begin in some fields a week from today, and the latest in 10 or 20 days. Corn market was unsettled being slightly firmer early, after more than losing the advance. Oats were in fluenced mainly by the action of other grain. Provisions reflected the down ward trend of corn. MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT MARKET CLOSES HIGHER Minneapolis. June 15. (A!) Mild strength prevailed in the wheat mar ket today. Close was 4 at 4c high er. Oats were quiet and ftasy. Flaxseed was easy turning firm with pit offer ings light. Cash wheat demand was steady and offerings wore light. Demand con tinued fair. Winter wheat was quiet and steady. Durum w'as steady, and in fair de mand. Corn offerings were larger and the market was quiet and steady.. Oats were quiet and draggy. Of ferings were small. Rye was in light supply and good milling quality was firm. Barley was firm and quiet with of ferings light at 52 to 62. Flaxseed offerings were light and local demand was quiet. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK Chicago, June 15.—(TP) — (IT. S. D. A.)—Hogs. 11,000 including 9.300 di rect; market uneven around steady with Friday's close or 10 to 15c lower than the average; top r 1.20 paid for selected 190 lb. averages; bulk 160- 240 lb. kinds 10.80 to 11.10; shippers 300; estimated over 3.000. Butchers medium to choice -50-300 lb. 10.40 to 10.95; 200-250 lb. 10.60 to 11.10; 160- 200 lb. 10.50 to 11.20; 130-160 lb. 10.23 to 11.15. Packing sows 9.00 to 10 00 Pigs medium to choice .90-130 lb. 9.75 to 11.00. Cattle, 300; compared with a week ago fed steers and yearlings largely 50c higher instances 75c up on in between grade fed steers with weights; Stockers and feeders nom inally firm; grassy cows and heifers among better grades she stock un evenly 25 to 75c lower; grain fed kinds about 25c off; cutters and bulls steady to strong; vealers strong to 50c higher; supply shrinkage stim ulating factor in steer and yearling market; eastern shipper demand broad extreme- top 15.40 a new high for season: best lieaviers 15.35; long yearlings 15.25 and heifer yearlings 15.10; bulk fat steers 14.00 to 13.00; very little under 13.50. Sheep. 4.G00; 4,200 direct market nominal for the week 102 doubles from feeding stations 22,000 direct; sharp mid-week decline due to lib cral marketing; slight recovery at the close with lighter runs, compared with one week ago late lambs 75 to 85c lower; yearling- 25 to 50c off; fat ewes weak -o 35c lower. Ekrly tops for the week: Western lambs 16.65; natives 16.50; yearlings 12.25. fat ewes 7.00: late top prices for week: west - 1 r-r- „«<*,, rn/v;. ..... lings 12.00. Bulk prices for the week: western 'ambs 15 20 to t. 25; natives 1V 50 to 15.00; yean'ngs 11.50 to 12.00; fat owes b.OO to 6.30* feeding iambs unchanged, hulk weste: ns 13.00 to 13.50. Ch.. lnU !■Ol \ iOES Chicago, June 15.—OP)—(U. S. D. A.) Potatoes: Receipts 47 new, oG old. track 325 new, 84 old total U. S. shipments 1219 cars, new stock trading slow, market weak; south, ern sacked bliss triumphs 2.30 to 2.60, mostly around 2. 35 to 2.50; Arkansas sacked bliss triumphs, fancy 2.75: North Calolina bbl. Irish cobblers, 3.00 to 3.25; fancy shade higher. Old stock trading slow, market about steady; Wisconsin socked-round whites 1.00 to 1.15; Idaho sacked russets 2.00 to 2.25. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN Chicago, June 15.—(AP) —Wheat— Ho sales. Corn—No. 2 mixed 914; No 2 yel low 92% to 93%; No. 1 white 97 to 98; cample grade 83. Oats—No. 2 white 47%. Rye—No. 2 white 47%. Barley—so to 80. Timothy seed 4.00 to 4.75. Clover seed 17.00 to 25.00. ) RANGE OF CARLOT SALES Minneapolis. June 15.—OP)—Range of carlot grain sales: Wheat—No. 1 dark northern 1.11% to 1.90; No. 1 northern 1.07% to 1.23; No. 4 mixed wheat 1.01; No. 1 durum 07%; No. 5 mixed durum 00%. Corn—Not quoted. Oats—No. 3 white 41%. Barley—No. 3 80. 71ax-No. 1 2.44%. MINNEAPOLIS FLOUR Minneapolis. June U.—<*)—Flour unchanged. Shipment* 37,574 ban Ma. Ini wto tMOL __ | New York Stocks I ♦ ——< Closing Prices All. Chem. St Dye 2904 American Can 1414 American Internal 84tt~ Amerlcan Locomotive 1204 American 8M <0 Ref 1024 American Bugar 77 American T. St T 212 Anaconda H 24 Andes Cop. Min 53% Atchison 2174 Baltimore St Ohio 121% Barnsdall “A” 414 Beth. Steel 108% Briggs Mtg 354 Cal. & Hecla 43% Canadian Pacific 230 Cerro De Pasco 101% Ches. Ss Ohio 218 C. St. P. and Pae. pf 51% C. & N. West 84% C. R. I. St P 124% Chrysler 744 Colorado Fuel 62 Col. Gramaphone 59% I Cons. Gas 11814 Curtiss Aero ... 188% Dupont de Nem 168 Erie 79% Flelschmann 854 Gen. Elec 295 Gen. Motors ..\ 71% Gold Dust 62 Gt. Nor. Pfd 109% Gt. N. Ir. Orectfs 284 Greene Can. Cop 156 Hudson Mot 85 Int. Com. Eng. 61 Int. Harvester 1044 Int. Mer. Mar. Pfd 42 Int. Nickel 494 Int. Tel. and Tel 83% Johns M’ville 1764 Kennecott 86 Kolster Radio 28 Kroger Groc. 88% Mack Truck 974 Marland Oil 34% Mex. Seab. Oil 38% M. K. & T. 48% Mo. Pac 904 Montg. Ward 1124 Nash Motors 83 Natl. Cash Register 11l N. Y. Central 197% N. Y.. N. H. & Htfd 110% Nor. American 127% Nor. Pac 100 Packard 129 Pan Am. Pet. “B” 60 Par. Fain. Las 64% Penn RR : 79% Phillips Pet 384 Postum 74% Pub. Svc. Cor. NJ 954 Radio '. 834 Rep. Ir. & St 92% Rey. Tob. “B” 53% Stl. St San Fran 115% Sears Roebuck 161 Sin. Con. Oil 37% South. Pac 132 St, Otf Cal 73% St. Oil NJ 58% St. Oil NY... 394 Studcbaker 764 Texas Corp 61% Tex. Gulf Sulphur 734 Union Pac 2244 U. 8. Rubber 49% U. S. Steel 175% Vanadium 804 Warner Bros 118 Westh. Elec 1814 Willys-Over 21 Woolworth 2194 Wright Aero 121 , CHICAGO GRAIN TABLE Chicago. June 15.—(A*)— Open High Low Close Wheat— July 1.074 1.084 1.074 1.07% Sept 1.11% 1.12% 1.11% 1.124 Dec 1.16% 1.17% 1.16% 1.174 Corn— July 92 .92% .90% .914 Sept 92 .92% .90% .914 Dec 87 .87% .85% .86% Oato ■ “ July 44 4 .44% .444 .444 Sept 434 .43% .434 .434 Dec .45% .45% .45% .45% Rye— July 83 4 .64 .83 .634 Sept 87 .874 .86% 864 Dec 914 914 904 .90% Lard— July 11.87 11.90 11.87 11.87 Sept. ....... 12.25 12.25 12.20 12.20 Oct 12.32 Ribs— July 13.25 Sept 1355 Bellies— July ....... 14.55 14.55 14.42 14.47 Sept. 14.90 14.90 14.80 14.82 MINNEAPOLIS RANGE Minneapolis, June 15.—OP) — Open High. Low Close Wheat July 1.05% 1.06% 1.05% 1.064 Sept 1.094 1.09% 1.08% 1.09' Dec 1.13 1.134 1.12% 1.134 Rye— July 804 .804 .80 .804 Sept 82% .82% .814 .814 Oats— July .424 .424 .42 .424 iept 404 .414 .404 .414 Flax— July 2.444 2.454 2.444 2.454 Sept 2.31 2.32% 2.304 2.32% Oct 2.334 Dec 2.34 2.34 2.34 2.34 Barley— July 58% .58% .574 .584 Sept 594 .60 .594 .60 Dec 614 .614 .614 .614 DULUTH RANGE Duluth. June 16.—OP)— Open High Low Close Durum— July .984 .98% .97% .98 Sept 1.01 1.014 1.004 1.004 Rye— . July .824 Sept 84 .844 83% .844 Flax— July 2.45 2.45 2.444 2.45 Sept ...... 2.344 2.35 2J4 2.85 Dec. 2.34 2.844 2J3H 1344 BISMARCK GRAIN (Furnished by Russell-Mlller Co.) Bismarck, Jun 6 15 No. 1 dark northern $ A 7 No. 1 northern JO No. 1 amber durum ...... .78 No. 1 mixed durum .72 No. 1 red durum .89 No. 1 flax 2.23 No. 2 flax 2.11 No. 1 rye SC Barley .39 Oats .32 Speltz, per cwt 90 Hard winter wheat .77 Dark hard winter wheat .99 CHICAGO POULTRY Chicago, June 15.—(A*)—poultry alive, weak; receipts. 4 cars; fowls, 26; springs. 39; broilers, 34 to 35; roosters, 20; Turkeys, 22 to 30; ducks, 17 to 26; spring ducks, 21; gme, If; spring gegse, 25, RAILS AND COPPERS LEAP PM ADVANCE Major Activity on Upside of Ir regular Market Due Week end Readjustment New York, June 15.—(A*)—Extensive week-end readjustment of speculative accounts brought some Irregularity m today's market, but major activity was again at the upside with the rails and coppers in the forefront of the ad vance. Adams Express, making its first appearance on the tape this week, soared 24 points. Wall street generally looks for fairly comfortable cell money rates until next Wednesday when the mid-month disbursements are Rcpected to cause a temporary stringency. Rails were under fairly steady ac cumulation. *Pere Marquette ran up six points, New Haven common. St. Paul pfd. and New York Central about 2 each, and at least a dozen other advanced a point or more. Commonwealth power extended Its gain to 8 points by touching a new high at 248. * Bohn Aluminum. Air Reduction, Motion Pictures. Inc.. Na tional Distillers common. United Air craft and Simmons sold 3 to nearly 5 points above yesterday's final quo tations. Coppers continued to respond to the favorable May statistics of produc tion and consumption, Greene Cana nea moving up 3 points and •Ana conda 2. Montgomery-Ward again dropped below 110. or about 8 points below the high established yesterday. General Electric and American Water Works yielded at least 3 points each on prof it taking. The closing was firm. 1 Total sales approximated 1,000,000 shares. MINNEAPOLIS CASH CLOSE Minneapolis. June 15.—(A*)—Wheat receipts today 136 compared to 99 a year ago. Minneapolis cash wheat and coarse grain closing quotations today follow: Cash Wheat— Delivered Arrive 14% Protein— -1 dark northern 1.244 @1.32 4 To arrive i. 1.214 @1.294 2 dark northern 1.22 41? 1.30 4 13% Protein— -1 dark northern 1.144^1.194 To arrive 1.144@1.!74 2 dark northern 1.124® 1.174 12% Protein— -1 dark northern 1.084® 1.094 To arrive . 1.074#1.084 2 dark northern 1.064® 1.07 4 Grade of— -1 dark northern 1.064 @-1.074 To arrive 1.064# 2 dark northern 1.04 4 @1.05 4 Grade of— -1 northern firstname.lastname@example.org To arrive .. 1.064® 2 northern 1.034 @1.054 Montana Winter 14% Protein— -IDHW or IHW 1.234® To arrive 1.2211® 13% Protein— -IDHW or IHW 1.164® To arrive 1.154® 12% Protein— -IDHW or IHW 1084 @1.094 To arrive 1.084® Grade of— -IDHW or IHW 1.054® 1.074 To arrive 1054® Minn. & S. Dak. 12% Protein— -IDHW or IHW 1.02401.044 To arrive email@example.com Grade of— -IDHW or IHW firstname.lastname@example.org To arrive 1.014 @1.034 Durum Choice 1 amber 1.07 @1.14 To arrive 1.06 @1.12 13% Protein— -2 amber 1.05 @1.13 Choice of 1 amber 1.04 @1.09 To arrive 1.02 @1.07 12% Protein— -2 amber 1.02 @1.05 Grade of 1 amber 93 ® .95 Grade of 2 amber 92 @ .93 Grade of 1 durum 93 @ .93 Grade of 2 durum 91 @ .92 1 red durum 92 @ .93 To arrive 91 @ Coarse Grains 2 yellow corn 864# .874 To arrive 854® 3 yellow corn 834# .854 To arrive 834® 4 yellow corn 804® .824 5 yellow corn 784® .794 2 mixed corn 834® .854 To arrive .834® 3 mixed corn 814® .834 To arrive 814® 4; mixed corn 794® .814 5 mixed corn 784® .794 2 white oats 434 ® .4514 3 white oats 41 %® .42% To arrive 41%® 4 white oats 374# .41% Barley, ch to fey 60 @ .09 To arrive 54 ® Barley, med to gd 55 ® .59 To arrive .53 # Barley, med to gd 52 # .54 To arrive .52 ® 2 yre 804® 871* To arrive 804® No. 1 flaxseed 2.454 @2.504 To arrive 2.454 @2.5014 CHICAGO PRODUCE Chicago, June 15.—(AV-Butter, un changed; receipts 20.113 tubs. Eggs—>Lower; 21.508 cases; extra firsts 29% to 30; \firsts 29; ordinary firsts 27 to 28%; storage packed firsts 304; storage packed extras 31. FOREIGN EXCHANGE New York, June 15.—(A s )—Foreign exchanges irregular. Demand: Great Britain. 4J4 5-18; France. 3.09 9-16; Italy, 5.23 3-4; Germany. 23.82; Nor way. 26.63; Sweden, 26.75; Montreal, 98.09 3-8. LIBERTY BONDS CLOSE New York, June 15. -* (A*) Liberty bonds close: Liberty 3 1-2's 96.10. First 4 1-4's 98.24. Fourth 4 1-4's 99. Tress. 4 1-4's 106.21. Trass. 4’s 103.31. WISCONSIN CHEESE Plymouth, Wls.. June 15.—<P>— Cheese market for week: Wisconsin Exchange: Twins 20c. Farmers call board: Longhorns 904 c: young Americas 204 c; Squares 20%e; Daisies 204, CHICAGO CHEESE Chicago, June 15.—(#)—Cheese loweri fwige, 1-g tg J| Hi Jwin SUNDAY, JUNE 15 [By The Associated Press] . Programs In Central Standard time. All Ml Jt'iSScial.4 ,»«£. I» aetatt. 348.6—WA8C New York—B63 . . «, rimiaiii i»i*pv IjurnliousEt*, from T , hilndclpni& , *®‘SO 7:oo—'Theater of the Air wUh Wendell ]: tall •>. W IIK WLAO WOOL) ,!39^raSpl WO^BM6f U KMBS 454.3—WEAF New York—Cs3 . 7:o3—’‘Our Government.” by DavUl L»i\\ ’.v-'L'ro-h'A W<!m> Iv&L> ' 7:4s—KanUl 'Simlt-Aljo WJY WWJ \\ KY KSDWOW \Y DAF C:lS—Champions Orchestra with Clay - n . n '’ r,vv J \vmn ° ASO WTAM WWJ WGN KBTP WTBIJ WLLC \VOW WHO 8:45 —Sunday at Seth Parker’s—Also> WOW \\ ”^S \V U Y WA\ .1 I%OA WHO B:ls—Sam Herman; Russian Choir—Alho WUh M K.V KO.V WWJ 334.5—WJZ New York—76o 4:3o—Persians—Also WI.W WJU KYW KWIC WTMJ KRTP WKBC "JvYK s:oo—Baseball Senres-WJZ; TJie Arne; i. au Mngtr^- Also HW K 6:3o—l.yric Male Chorus—Also KDKA M > wo4t \VH \S 6:oo—Melodies—Also WHY WJK kWh \\ l.\V \, KEN K 1 KL UOAI VI HAS Wfc>M WBB WTMJ KS’i r \V MC 6:ls—Liebeutrauni—Also KDKA VVJR KWK KOA 7:ls—Tone Pictures with Lew VMh l AI ■° KI ivA. yMA V' JU KVA K 7:4s—At the piano—Also KDKA WI.W K\\V KV\ KVV KI.N WJIt W HAS WS.M VVHBO KPR I VVOAI WKV K(»A vnifi VWV C:l3 Light Opera (1 1-2 hrs); Vibrant Melouics (la nun,)—Also KDKA KWii MONDAY, JUNE 17 [By The Associated Pressl Trosranvs in Central Standard time. All time i? P. M. unless otherwise Indicate". Wavelength* on left of call letters, kilocycles on right. Clear chan nel stations and chain programs with list of associated stations In detail. 454.3—WEAF New York—66o s:oo—Ben roll ark's Hotel Dance Orchestra—Also VVAPI VVSW 5:30-World Today; Wotan Toellner—Also KSD Wki • 8:00 —Choristers’ Orchestra. \ aughn da f-eath— Also V\ G\ VV V\ J M W KM) WOO WOW WDAF KTH3 VVSMB KbiP VV IMJ VVLbO VVHAS WbM VV MC* VV S B K.VOO VVFAA KPRC VVoAI VVKY VV SAI VV TAM 6:30-Gypsies Orchestra-WGY WTAM WWJ A 1 VVGN KSO WOC WDAF 7:30 —tjousa’s Baud-Also WGY WTAM WWJ WSA-WGN KbD VOC WOW WDAF KSTP WTMJ WHAS VV.S’M WMC VV SB KPRC WOAI WK7 8:30 Umpire Builders. Glacier National Park Program-Also WGY VVTAM VVVVJ WSAI KYW KSD WOW WOC VV DAI* KSIP VYLBC WHAS KPRC WOAI VVKY VVSM WMC VV'SB VVFAA 9:oo—Grand Opera—WGY VVSAI KSD WOC VVKY VVKBC WBAP 10:00—Phil Spitalny's Dance Music (one hour) — Also VV sM VV Kl. WOW 394.5—WJZ New York—76o s:3o—Roxy and His Gang, featuring Harold Van Du7.ee. Tenor—Also KDKA W’JR KWK WREN VVSM VVSB VVIOD VVCKL VVSMB VVAPI 6:3o—Concert Ofcli.—Also VVJR WLW KVVK WREN KDKA KYW WIOD 7:oo—Orchestra—Also KDKA VVJR KYW KWK WREN WLBC_KS TP WTMJ 7:30 —Real Folks Sketch—Also KDKA VVLVV T VVJR KYW KVV K VVREN B:oo—Moment Musleale. Vocal and String Ensemble—Also KDKA WREN B:3o—Larry Slry and His Dance Orchestra— WJZ 9:oo—Slumber Music Hour; Ludwig Laurler. Director—Also KDKA 422.3—W0R Newark—7lo B:oo—Musical Vignettes. "England”—Also VVADC W’GHP VVMAQ KMOX KMBC KOIL VVHEC VVGI. VVISN B:3o—Couriers wtlh Henry Burbig. Popular Program—Also VV ADC WKRC WGHP VVMAQ VVGL KMOX KMBC KOIL VVIIK >'CCO VVHEC V\SPD 7:Co—Adventures of Uncle Joe and Pat — Also WADC WKRC WuHl VVMAQ VVGL KMOX KMBC KOIL VVSPD WIIK 7:30 —Daguerreotypes. Songs of Yesteryear by Male Quartet —Also WADC WKRC WGHP VVMAQ VVGL KMOX KMBC KOIL VVSPD VVHK 8 : O0 Recital by Ssrgei Kotlarsky & Matliilde llarding—Also WADC W KKC WGHP VVMAQ WOVVO KMOX KMBC KOIL VVSPD VYFBM B:3o—Night Club Romances — A bin WADC WKRC WGHP VVMAQ KMOX KMBC KOIL VVSPD VVHK VVCCO VVISN VVFB3I t3O min.) Daisies, 21 1-2 to 21 .'5-4; Single Daisies, 21 o-4 to 22; Ameriease, 22 1-2 to 22 3-4; Long Horns, 2 to 22 1-4 to 22; Americasp, 22 1-2 to 22 3-4; Long Homs, 22 tu 22 1-4; Brick, 20 to 20 1-2. STANDARD OIL CLOSE New York, June 15. t/T» The Standard Oil Company of Indiana closed on the curb today at 57%. ELEPHANT SAVES HUM Paris—The elephant keeper of a traveling circus in Berlinchon, Prus sia, owes his life to one of his beasts. One pachyderm, becoming enraged, attacked, the keeper,knocking him to the ground. Another came to his rescue and beat off the offender with his trunk. The keeper crawled to safety. Yellow Bird Pitot Calls Stowaway Little Rascal (Continued from page one) little heart if we had turned back and put him off, or”—laughingly— “thrown him overboard as we made him believe we were going to do.” Armeno Lotti said: “If I have not committed a crime on this voyage 1 shall never commit one. My indig nation when I saw the boy crawling out from the tail of the plane was so great I was much tempted to throw him off and lighten our load, which was just sufficient to keep us from achieving our goal.” Oblivious to Danger Schreiber considered be had placed himself in the hall of fame by stow ing away on the Yellow Bird and seemed oblivious of the danger and disappointment he bad caused the gallant French aviators. . He told the Associated Press cor respondent: “I am very glad that I have placed my name on the heights with those who have fol lowed in Lindbergh’s footsteps. “Before the trip I was weighing in my mind the difficulties to be en countered because of added weight, but I decided to take a chance, fear ing only to be discovered before the hop off. When the plane got off the ground I felt a great relief, and I felt sure that the stunt would suc ceed.” . Asks For Bed The first thing Arthur asked for, when he landed on Spanish soil, was for a bed. The boy had not slept for 48 hours. He could not close his eyes on board, especially after the aviators had told him about the risks he had taken and how he had endangered their very lives. Whenever the photographers came to take his picture, he seized the American flag which the Yellow Bird brought and waved it theatri cally. V ■■ ■ Yellow Bird Comes To Rest in Spanish Town, Short of Gas fContinued from owe of>e> that he was not discovered until the plane was In full flight, when they decided against turning back to put him off. The plane was not damaged in landing. It needed only fuel and a new “starter” for the landing gear in order to take off and continue its flight. Get Tiunoltnons Welcome This little town, containing but a few hundred people, gave the aviators a tumultuous welcome. An official reception was hastily or ganised, the weary fliers submitting graciously. After stemming the tide of oratory they were taken to their hotel, where dark haired senoritas crowded around and smothered them with flowers. At Madrid the Spanish dictator, Primo de Rivera, ordered every facil ity be accorded the Yellow Bird. Thought They Reached France Assolant, Le Fevre, Lotti and young Schreiber appeared well and happy as they emerged from their cramped cabin. As they stretched stiff and weary limbs people began to run up to tMtr identity tsd tHf THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE FINANCIAL NEWS -- reason for the unexpected visit. The flyers hailed the natives in French; they replied in Spanish, the aviators realizing for the first time, to their intense disappointment, that they had not landed in France after all. The town's civil guards formed a cordon around the plane to save it from souvenir hunters. The Span iards plied then] with innumerable questions which they answered as well as they could through a lone French man who acted as interpreter. They said they were satisfied with their trip although they wished to get to Le Eourget as soon as possible. Every Kind of Weather * Assolant added: "It was hard go ing at times. We experienced almost every variety of weather and climate but generally the wind favored us. The machine behaved splendidly, and drove triumphantly and unfaltering through fog, wind, rain, a zone of cold and one heavy storm. “The storm obliged us to quit the steamboat lane we followed at the start and then fly southward, length ening the course.” The landing of the Yellow Bird here completed the 16th crossing of the at lantic in a heavier than air machine. Followed Lindy’s Route The Yellow Bird left Old Orchard last Thursday after days of waiting due to Unfavorable weather reports and one false start." They first fol lowed the course of Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh two years ago but later switched to veer slightly north of the Azores. When finally they landed the plane's radiator was practically dry and there were but a few drops of gasoline left. Rene Le Fcvrc, when asked what the effect of the young stowaway’s appearance before the others in the plane had been, answered more or less jokingly: “At first our indignation was so great we started to open the door and throw him into space but we finally permitted him to continue with us, although we knew the diffi culty the excess weight would cause.” Below Zero Temperatures Le Fevre said that they encountered the most suprising weather conditions with rain, cold, and once a storm of hurricane proportions. The tempera ture, he said, was often below zero (centigrade), necessitating flying much lower than they would have other wise chosen to do. He said that at no time in the flight was there the fear of disaster that came when finally they saw the Portuguese coast, and although their fuel supply was running very low they could find no place to land. “We breathed a si<~h of relief when we saw the beach at Oriambre,” he said. Before the aviators were allowed to go to bed last night the town's senior itas gathered about them at their hotel and insisted upon their signing innumerable post cards until Assolant insisted he had writers’ cramp. They showered them with large bouquets of flowers. Tor God’s Sake, Help Us, 9 Is Plea of Citizens to Hoover in Terrorism (Continued from page one) od” to enforce the prohibition lews in this vicinity, the message said. “One of these agents within the week murdered one of our respected and reputable fellow citizens,” the telegram read. “This outrage culminated a long series of indignities perpetrated against us and our city by many of these agents. These unprecedented abuses have included the promiscu ous and uncalled-for use of riot guns, c mmonly called sawed-off shot guns, the risking of innocent lives by the unwarranted discharge of pistols, the usurpation of our police ai thority in matters wholly unre lated to prohibition enforcement, the bully-rag ring to murder or do bodily. injury to various of our police chief. “We have appealed many times to the superiors of these heartless ruf fians, out always our appeals have •iifef? Ml » *eve ftpgy HELP WANTED MALE INSURANCE AGENTS! Now Full Coverage Policy, S2O. Accident, $12.50. Sickness weekly benefits. $5,000 principal sum. All disabili-« ties, occupations, ages. 16 to 70, covered. Cost S2O annually. Bank ers Indemnity Insurance Co., 223 Hamm Bldg.. St. Paul. Minn. HERES MONEY TO PAY YOUR j BILLS, buy new clothes, take pica- j sure trips, etc. Wonderful oppor- i tunity to make sls a day as my 10-J cal representative. Easy work. Full 1 or part time. New Ford Sedan free of cost. ALBERT MILLS, 4172 MONMOUTH, CINCINNATI. O. __ ! COUNTY distributors earn $75 week- j ly and more. No selling. Many ; counties available. Send applica- j tions to Home Town Branch. 2530 11th Avc., South, Minneapolis, Minn. SALESMAN—Young hjan experienced in calling on grocery trade to sell nationally advertised products, North Dakota. State age, exper ience. Write Tribune, care of Ad. No. 41. W ANTED—Ma n ~ who knows harm life to travel in country. Steady work. Good profits. McCONNON & COMPANY, Dept. B-77, Winona Minn. BE A BARBER—Learn an easy, prof itable profession. Great demand, good wages, catalog free. Moler Barber College, Fargo, N. D.; Butte Mont. FEMALE HELP WANTED $25-$35 WEEKLY possible, addressing j cards spare time. Experience un necessary; no canvassing. Every thing furnished. Particulars tree. Imperial Stationery Co., D-13, Washington C. H.. Ohio. training in two year accredited hos pital. New classes now starting. Room, board, laundry and also an allowance given. Franklin Bird. Hospital, Chicago. VJOMEN and men work $3.00 a day guaranteed, locally $91.00 and ex penses months traveling. Welfare efforts. Give phone and address. Write Tribune, in care of Ad. No 42. WANTED—Housekeeper. one who likes children, permanent and good wages to right party. P. O. Box 548, Bismarck, N. D. Phone 1241. WANTED—Two experienced waitress es at the Sweet Shop. " WOKE WANTED , LADIES alterations on suits, coats and dresses. Now is the time to ; have this work done before vaca- • tion. Work guaranteed. Prices ! reasonable. Alberta Wentz at Krall 'Tailor Shop. Phone 1383-R WANTED—Maternity cases. Good care. Private home. Mrs. John G. Dixon, 504 Ninth street. HELP WANTED—INSTRUCTION WANTED' IMMEDIATELY - Men- j Women. 18-55, qualify for steady government positions, 5125-$250 month; experience not required; vacations with full pay; common education, many needed soon. Write Instruction Bureau, 478, St. Louis. Mo. LOST LOST—Sigma Chi fraternity pin in down town district. Name J. W. Ankcnmann engraved on pin. For reward return to 704 Seventh street. BUSINESS OPfORTU MTV FOR SALE —Soo Cafe. Reasonable. Address 118 Sixth street, Bi.marck I N. D. HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOB SALE* FOR SALE—Household furniture, beds, dressers, davenport, side board, china closet, day bed, kitch en cabinet, gas range, electric washing machine, rocking chairs, wardrobe, dining room table and numerous other articles. Call from 2:00 p. m. to 5:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. to 9:00 p. m. Call at 222 W. Broadway. FOrTSALE—Portable Corona type writer, bureau, two burner oil stove with one burner oven, folding cot, coal range, center table, fruit jars. Phone 777-R after 5:00 p. m. or cal! at. 507 Thirteenth street. FOR SALE—One Round Oak range, one Round Oak heating stove, one Home Comfort range. Phone 1213-R or call at 305 Third street. TOR SALE CHEAP—Dining room set, mahogany finish, also a Cros lcy radio. See Capt. A. K. Kupfer, Fort Lincoln. BARGAINS in used furniture. Ken nelly Furniture Co., Mandan. N. D been answered by increased abusive ness.” County Attorney Hurlburt said he plans to ask for a special grand jury to consider the case after White’s arraignment on the manslaughter charge. White until yesterday was j hcli on a complaint charging sec ond Jegroe manslaughter. But a sudden decision wrs made by county authorities to dismiss this charge, immediately after the dismissal the patrolman was charged with second degree murder. * Rites Conducted for Mrs. H. H. Ellsworth Mrs. Howard H. Ellsworth, wife of Howard Ellsworth, assistant general freight agent of the Northern Pacific, killed in -.n automobile collision near Long Beach. Calif., Sunday, June 2, was laid to rest in Louden Park cem etery, Baltimore, Tuesday afternoon. Simple burial sendees marked in terment. The dean of the Guardian Angel church, where Mrs. Ellsworth once sang In the choir and later taught Sunday school, officiated. Members of t>e divan of Boumi Shrine temple, Baltimore, acted as pallbearers. Mrs. Ellsworth was buried beside the bodies of her mother, Mrs. Chris tian Ritter, and brother, Christian, who gave his life in France during the World war. Mr. Ellsworth and children, Jean nette, Marguerite and David, after a short visit in Baltimore will return to their home in St. Paul, Minn., ac cording to word received in Bismarck by Trank C. Ellsworth. Mrs. Andrew Erdahl, Bismarck, sis ter of Mr. Ellsworth, who accom panied the party to Baltimore, will return home the first of next week. Having one’s portrait done in lip stick is one of the latest crazes of tfef falhiogabk world in Paris, RADIO Classified Advertising Rales Effective Jan k. IMS. 1 Insertion. 25 words or under ,15 2 Insertion*, 25 words or sndu.JS 3 Insertion*. 25 words or ondei 1.00 1 week. 25 words or under ...1.45 Ads over 25 word*. Sc additional per word. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY KATES 90 Cents Per Inch AH classified ads are cash In ad vance. Copy should be received by 9 o’clock to Inrure insertion same day. THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE PHONE 32 SALESMEN TAILORING SALESMEN—If un heard lines promise $90.00 weekly, it is reasonable to be sure of big earnings from the Famous Patrick Duluth line 20 years nationally advertised. Known in every home. Price $23.50 to $48.00. All wool and made-to-measure. 200 Patterns. Union label if desired. Generous commissions and bonus. Try this famous line just one season. Big repeat business will convince you. Write now! Box 1521. PATRICK DULUTH. Duluth. Minn. SALESMEN—Take orders lor staple groceries, canned goods, meats, etc. Also paints, auto and tractor oil, poultry and stock supplies, etc. No capital or bond required. We de liver and collect. Permanent busi ness. HITCHCOCK-HILL CO., 38 W Kinzie, Dept. 54. Chicago. SEVERAL MEN. Must have car. So licit subscriptions for Capper pub lications small towns and among farmers. Strictly commission. Good men can average over S6O per week. Write Capper Publications. 440 Gateway Bank Building. Mpls., Minn. CAPABLE part time bakery 'trade salesman to represent flour con e in. Very good repeat income. Carry no samples. Give relerences. Rymplcx Products Co.. No. 329 Tribune Bldg., Minneapolis. Minn. AUTO SEAT cover line pays SIOO weekly. Sell direct to automobile owners. Low priced—excellent quality. Elaborate 4x7 samples FREE. Marvelo, 2300 Wabansia, Chicago. AGENTS MAGIC GAS EQUALS GAS 3 c GALLON. Guaranteed product. Used by largest bus companies. La bels. circulars, letterheads with Agent's name furnished. Free par t iculars A: Proof. ‘ MAGIC GAS BUILDINGS," Alexandria, Out,. Canada. WANTED—Men and women to sell shirts, shirtings and dress goods, also ladies silk hosiery. Direct to wearer. Internationally famous material. Orignated in Songdo, Korea. Free outfit. Write. Char acter Products Co, Salisbury, N. C WANTED TO KENT WANT TO RENT—Long time, 4 or 5 room modern house or ground floor apartment by July Ist or 15th, good care. 3 adults. Write care Tribune, or cal! Hotel Patterson Saturday p. ni. J. J Bruchcr. LOTS FOR SALE FOR SALE—A 50x260 foot lot cen trally Heated on Mandan street. First S3OO takes it. Inquire phone 415-M. DOCTORS DOC DOE with drugs And also bugs And many times With pus in slugs Will dope you to the limit, With knife and shears With Chisel, awl. He'll cut you up Remove your gall To see, perchance, What’s in it. VISIT the Clinic of Dr. T. M. Mac- Lachlan (Harvard) who uses only NATURAL METHODS for curing disease. With our pure Vitamin Herbs, Roots and Bark and common sense food combinations we have CURED HUNDREDS and we can CURE YOU. Clinic 6-8, Lucas Block. NO KNIFE. HOUSES AND FLATS FOR SALE AT BARGAIN—Seven room modern house, including 4 bed rooms, one down stairs, hardwood floors, full basement, large front porch, pantry, china closet, hard wood finish in parlor, east front, trees, lawn and garage, well built, near schools, well located, immed iate possession, party leaving city and wishes to sell at once. Geo. M. Register. FOR SALE OR TRADE—Four large modern Bismarck homes, one build ing lot and three farms. Will ac cept smaller homes in part pay ment in trade for larger homes. Mail full description and location of whatever you have for trade in first letter. Address Bismarck Tribune, care of Ad. No. 32. HOUSE FOR SALE—Six room mod ern bungalow with large living room and fireplace, 3 bed rooms, double garage, lovely yard. Located less than two blocks from high school. Price $6200. Also furniture for sale. Phone 901. FOrTsALE OR RENT—A new four room partly modern bungalow, with furnace; chicken yard, 100 feet front, 150 feet run. Also for rent: A piano. Call at 715 Twenty-first street or phone 588-M. FOR SALE—Six room house, strictly modern, nice yard with lawn and shrubbery. Close in. A bargain at $5500. Write Tribune, in care of Ad. No. 39. FOR SALE—By owner. Five room bungalow at 923 Seventh street Phone 1107 between 3:00 p. m. and 6:oo_p. m. FOR RENT—Five room modern bungalow, close in, rent reasonable. Write Tribune, care of ad No. 33. FOR RENT—Five room cottage with bath. Phone 637-R or inquire at 123 M&ndan street. A. E. Shipp. FOR - RENT— I Two - flats in my build ing, 118 Sixth, second floor. Call HIL. Reade. Phone 239. HOUSE FORSALE—Six room mod ern. garage. 618 Eleventh street. Phone 596-R. FOR RENT—Six room house. Phone 932-R forenoons, PAGE ELEVEN BABT CHICKS REDUCED PRlCES— Quality chick*. Missouri Accredit*!. Per 100: Leg horns $8; Bar’d Rooks, Anoonaa $0; Wh. Rocks, Reds, Orpine ii—. Wyandottes $10; Assorted IT. 100 per cent alive, prepaid. Catalog Free. Missouri Poultry Perms, Box 234. Columbia. Mo. BABY CHlX—Husky sturdy chix ready for delivery. Tske this op portunity to make your own selec tion of 100 per cent live chix. Spe cials on poultry supplies and reme dies, 50 chix and brooder all for $lO. Beals State Chlckerles, Bismarck, N. Dak. REDUCED! —Birred" "Rocks, TO* English Leghorns. 100-18.50: heavy mixed $7.50; prepaid, live delivery. Ozark Farms, Westphalia, Mo. APARTMENTS TO sublet—My furnished 5 room modern apartment for summer. Ground floor. Available July Ist. Adults only. Reasonable. Furnish references. Call at 615 Sixth street or phone 619-M. for sized well fur nished apartment with kitchenette and closet, gas for cooking, also use of frigidalre. 411 Fifth street. Phone 273. FOR - RENT—Furnished liiht~house keeping apartment, suitable for married couple or two ladies, no children. Call at 422 Fifth street. FOR RENT—Furnished or unfur nished apartment at Rose apart ments. 215 First street. Mrs. F. W. Murphy. Phone 852. FOR - RENT—Two room apartment furnished for light housekeeping, also single room. College Building or phone 183. FOR RENT—Small”f urhished~apart ment June 15th, close In, private entrance. Phone 1324 or call at 113 First. FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, also for sale, fumed oak library table and day bed. Call at 910- Fourth. FOR - rent—Three room nicely fui> nished apartment. $32.00 per month. Call at 1014 Broadway. Phone 499-M. for rent—Furnisfied apartments. Phone 794 or call at 001 Fourth street. Geo. W. Little. FOR RENT—Furnished or unfur nished apartment in Varney apart ments. Phone 773. FOR RENT—Unfurnished apartment in Tribune Bldg. Inquire at office. ROOMS FOB RENT FOR RENT—Large front sleeping room. Newly furnished. Home privileges. Meals If desired. Rea sonable. Call at 819 Second street or phone 1536-W. FOR RENT—Four big rooms, bath room and kitchenette unfurnished, on second floor, hot water heated. At 306 Thayer Ave. W. Phone 485-J. FOR RENT—Large front sleeping room in modern home, suitable for one or two. Close in. Board if de sired. Call at 120 Ave. Aor phone 983-W. FOR RENT—Two nice furnished light housekeeping rooms with gas stove. Also garage for rent. Call at 222 Second street or phone 900-R. FOR rent—Large, well furnished room, suitable for two, in private home. Board if desired. Very elose in. Phone 733-J. FOR RENT—Two rooms suitable for light housekeeping, either furnished or unfurnished. Call at 500 Second street after 7 p. m. FOR - RENT—Nicely furnished large sleeping room in modern home, suitable for gentlemen. Call at 502 Seventh street. FOR RENT—Nice cool room. Suitable for two. Board if desired. Call 911, at 412 Eighth street. FOR - RENT—Nice room on screened in porch for gentlemen. 500 Fifth street. MISCELLANEOUS for sale— Choice Canary singers, imported German Rollers, Oboppara and Harz Mountains. Cage* seeds, treats, etc. Phone 115-J. Jacob Bull. Dickinson. N P Box No. Wa. WANTED—Merry-go-round or a fer ns wheel for Fourth of July. Write Fourth of July committee, Napo .-leon, N. D. FOR SALE—Registered roan Short horn bull one year old. D. J. War* ren, Menoken, N. Dak. FOR RENT—Four or seven ottN rooms over Knowles Jewelry store. Apply to F. A. Knowles. USED CABS FOR SALE—The state highway de partment has for sale a number of used cars and one White trade, lo cated at the Highway Bbopa 19th and Front street. Bismarck. Phooe 766. Mr. Young in charge. FORTSALE— I92B "62" Chrysler sedan and also Star touring at 890.00. Good condition. Apply at A. & IC. Tire Service. USED CABS 1926 Ford Coupe, very reasonable. 1925 Chandler Big Six Roadster. 1926 Oakland Landau Sedan, excel lent condition, and at a bargain. 1927 Oakland Coach, reconditioned and priced right. Ford and Dodge touring, very cheap, also Ford truck. We trade and sell on easy paymant plan. £ STEEN MABMON CO. 116 Second Street. | KFYR | • ■■■■■—■■■ ■. " Sunday, June If. A. M. 10:30—Church services. 12:00—Weather. A.M. B:3o—Popular program. 9:oo—Markets. 9:os—Sunshine hour. 10:00—Markets and weather. 10:30—Something about sisryfhthg 11:00—Markets. 11:30—U. 8. Bulletins. 12:00—Luncheon hour program, p. ic. I:ls—Music. I:3o—Markets. I:3S—weather reports. I:4o—Tribune nswflsshss I:4s—Variety program. 6:oo—Dinner hour concert. (T in pamhill 6:50-Tribune aewssastmg. 7:oo—Concert. l «g»i» ssz . i * ' oM ifj Fhona 1458.