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SCOfiED BY CORN AND WHEAT RIDES AW Depressing Reports of Damage Done by Drought Results in Firmer Tone Chicago, Aug. I. (AP) —Corn rose today to the highest level yet on the present market movement. August unofficial monthly crop estimate in dicated even greater damage by drought and heat . than had been looked for. and showed an average of 329,000.000 bushels curtailment of yield in the last month, as compared with the government July 1 forecast. Opening %-l%c up. corn later scored decided further gains, wheat sympa thized. starting at %c decline to %c advance, and subsequently rising all around. Corn values Jumped up 2%c a bushel today before reactions were witnessed. One leading expert put the probable net loss of the corn crop during July at 343,000,000 bush els. and said that the full extent of the heavy toll taken by the prolonged widespread drought and record heat could not be measured in full until the extent to which tassels have been injured becomes apparent. It was added that experience has shown cumulative damage follows whenever adequate rainfall and moderate tem peratures during July are departed from. Only as the season advances can the total damage done to corn be realized, it was asserted by this au thority. He explained that the month past has been unfavorable in every direction, so that present forecasts are to be taken as merely indicative. Monthly unofficial wheat crop figures issued today ppinted to a total crop of 811,000.000 bushels. Including both winter and spring wheat, compared with 807.000,000 bushels. Forecast by the government on July 1. Oats were firmer with corn and wheat. Provisions reflected strength both of hog values and of grain. Accompanying the lowest monthly crop estimate issued today by one or the leading experts was comment by him that the conditions of corn may be expected to decline further from his present estimate of condition, 68.6 per cent of normal. Arrivals today totaled 104 cars, against 213 a week ago and'2ll at this time last year. MINNEAPOLIS FUTURES is IP* AND DOWXS Minneapolis, Aug. 1. — <AP)—W heat futures had their ups and downs dur ing the session but prices changed little for the day. September and De cember wheat closed one cent higher. Corn futures advanced on the crop estimates, which indicated heavy re duction in prospects due to heat and drouth. Oats crop estimates also were bullish and prices advanced. Rye and barley also advanced. Flax pressure was very limited, and crop news was bullish. t Demand for cash wreat held up better than was expected and prices ruled firm compared with futures. Old wheat was career. Winter wheat was unchanged. Durum was in good demand, especially the old crop. Red showed a little better tone. Cash <*>rn demand was snappy. Oats demand was fair to good, de pending on quality. Rye demand was good. Barley demand was fair to good. Old stuff was scarce. Flax prices were down a little. * CHICAGO LIVESTOCK Chicago, Aug. 1. —(AP) <U. S. Dep. Agr.)—Hogs 17,000. including i.OOO direct; active; mostly 10 higher; top 9.75; bulk 160-200 lbs. 9.60-9.75. Packing sows 7.50-8.60. Light light good and choice 140-160 lbs. 9.25-9.70; light weight 160-200 lbs. 9.50-9.75; medium weight 200-250 lbs. 9.15-9.75; heavyweight 250-350 lbs. 8.35-9.2 a; Packing sows medium and good 275- *OO lbs.* 7.00-8.00: slaughter pits good fcfid choice 100-130 lbs. 8.25-9.40. Cattle. 2.000; calves 1,000, generally lteadv, out rather top heavy after week's sharp advance; light yearlings hold ud best; 817 lb. kinds topping at 10.60. Most fed steers 8.50-9.75. Slaughter cattle and vealers: steers good and choice 600-900 lbs. 9.25- 11.25: 900-1100 lbs. 9.00-11.25; 1100- 1300 lbs. 9.00-11.25; 1300-1500 lbs. 9.00- 11.00: common and medium 600-1300 lbs. 5.75-9.25; heifers good and choice 550-850 lbs. 8.50-10.25; common and medium 5.00-9.25; cows good and choice 5.50-7.75; common and medium 3.75- low cutter and cutter 2.84- 4.00; cutter to medium 5.00-7.25; veal ers (milk fed) good and choice 9.501 L IL 50; medium 5.00-9.50; cull and com mon 6.00-8.50: stocker and feeder cat tle steers good and choice 500-1050 lbs. 6.75-7.50; common and medium 4.75- Sheep 6.000; native lambs strong to 25 higher; bulk light sorted kinds 9.00-9.25; bucks mostly 8.00-8.25: rangers unsold. Best held around 9.50; sheep and feeders unchanged. Lambs 90 lbs. down good and choice 8.50-9.50; medium 7.00-8.50; all weights common 5.00-7.50; ewes 90- 150 lbs. medium to choice 2.25-4.00; ail weights cull and commonl.oo-2.75; feeding lambs 50-75 lbs. god anod choice 6.25-6.75. SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK South St. Paul Aug. I.—(AP)-(U. S. Dept, of Agri.)—Cattle 1.200; fed steers and yearling in moderate sup ply; opening slow: about steady, qual ity barely desirable; best mixed year lings held around 1 o. 00; matured steers considered salable at 9.75 with bulk all weights 8.25-9.50; she stock Unchanged: beef cows 4.00-5.50; butcher heifers 5.00-6.50: low cutters and cutters 2.75-3.75; hulls 6.00 down ward: feeders and stockers slow, about steady. Calves 1.000: vealers about in line with Thursday’s aver age or 8.50-10.50 on good and choice offerings. Hogs 4.000; market fairly active; fully steady; spots strong to slightly higher on sows; top 9.35, paid for bulk desirable pound weights; other medium and heavy butchers mostly 8.25-9.00; packing sows large ly 7.25-7.75; a few down to 7.00: pigs and light lights very scarce, mostly 8.75; about 100 direct; average cost Thursday 7.87; weight 285; for month of July, average cost 7.94; weight 288. Sheep 1.000; slaughter lambs strong to 25 higher: medium to choice na tivors mostly 7.25-8.25: common grade 4.50-5.00; sheep about steady; bulk fat ewes 2.00-3.50. XKW YORK PRODUCK Xew York. Aup. I. (AP) —Butter 12. 527; easy; parking stock, cur rent make No. 2, 22-224'i- Cheese *54,012: firm. Eggs 12.*570; firm: mixed colors, closely selected heavy 304 A-31: extra 29-30; extra firsts 25-27: firsts 23V&-24H; seconds 19- medium firsts 16-20; nearby hennery browns extra 31-33; extra firsts 26-28. x CHICAGO CHEESE Chicago .Aug. I.—(AP) —Chese —per lb; twins 16-1644 c; daisies 17.-17%e; longhorns 17-174&C; young Americas, 17-1744 c; brick 16%-16%c; limburger 20- swiss 25-29 c. MINNEAPOLIS FLOUR Minneapolis. Aug. I.—(AP) —Flour unchanged. Shipments 32,189. Bran unchanged. CHICAGO POTATOES Chicago, Aug. I.—(AP) — U. S. Dep. Agr.)—Potatoes, 93. on track ■ 204, total I. S. shipments 476; weaker, trading slow; Kansas and Missouri sacked Irish Cobblers 1.45-1.60; poor I. East Shore Virginia bbl. Irish Cobblers best 2.90-3.00. Chicago, Aug. I. (AP) —Butter, 13,926. steady prices unchanged. Eggs 11, steady prices unchanged. XEW YORK PRODUCE Xew York, Aug. I.—(AP) —Poultry —live irregular. Broilers by freight 22-26; by express 24-33; roosters, freight 17; express 17-18. Dressed steady. Xearby and nearby western hennery white closely selected extra 40-43; extra firsts 34-38. FOREIGN EXCHANGE Xew York. Aug. I.—(AP) —Foreign exchanges irregular. Demand Britain 486 1-16; Franco 3.93%; Italy 5.23%; Germany. 23.8944: Norway 26.80)4; Sweden 26.8944; Montreal 100.15%. LIBERTY BONDS Xew York. Aug. I.—(AP) —Liberty bonds: Liberty 344’* 100.30. First 4Vs 102.2. Fourth 4%’s 103. Treasury 4%'» 112-24, Treasury 4 * 108.7. 11 11 New York Stocks CLOSING PRICKS (AUGUST D Adams Express 27% Alleghany 21*4 Ailed Chemical and Dye 264 American Can 128% American Commercial Alcohol . 12 American and Foreign Power.. 72% American International 34% American Locomotive 44% American Metal 31% American Power and Light .... 83% American Radiator 26 American Roller Mills 54% American Smeltg. and Refining 66% American Sugar Refining 53% American Teleph and Telegraph 209% American Water Works 90% American Wool pfd 29% Anaconda Copper 50% Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe .. 217% Atlantic Refining 37% Auburn Auto 118 Aviation Corporation 6% Baldwin Locomotivo-. 27% Baltimore and Ohio 104% Barnsdall A- 23% Bendix Aviation 31% Bethlehem Steel 81 Brunswick Balke 16% Burroughs Adding Machine .... 32 Calumet and Hecla 15% Canadian Pacific 186 Cannon Mills *23 Case. J. 1 193% Chicago Great Western 10% Chicago Great Western pfd. .. 39 C. M.. St. Paul & Pacific pfd... 22% Chicago. Rock Island & Pacific 102 Chrysler 29% Colorado Fuel & Iron 50% Columbia Gas and Electric .... 62% (Columbia Graphophone 17% Commonwealth Solvents, new.. 25% Commonwealth and Southern .. 14 Consolidated Gas 104% Continental Can (ex d) 66 Continental Motor 4 Continental Oil of Delaware .. 21 Corn Products 95% Crucible Steel * 12% Curtis Wright 7% Dupont 1L4% Eastman Kodak 114% Eaton Axle and Spring 209 Elestrlc Auto Lite 24 Electric Power and Light .... 76% Erie Railroad 41% Firestone Tire and Rubber .... 20% Fox Film A 45% Freeport Texas 44 General American Tank 86% General Electric new 69% General Foods 54% General Gas and Electric A . . 9% General Mills 45% General Motors 45% General Railway Signal 79% Gillette Safety Razor 82% Gold Dust 40% Goodyear Tire and Rubber .... 62% Graham Paige Motor 6% Great Northern Iron Ore 21% Great Western Sugar 18% Grigsby Grunow 14% Houdatlle Hershey 11% Houston Oil 85 Hudson Motor 33 Hupp Motor Car 13% Indiana Oil & Gas 21% India Refining 12% International Combustion Eng. 6% International Harvester 82 International Match pfd 77% International Nickel of Canada 23% lut. Telephone and .Telegraph 45% Jolins-Manville 84% Kayser J 24 Kelly-Springfield Tire 3% Kelvinator !•% Kennecott. Copper 39 Kolster Radio 3 Kresge, S. S 29% Kreuger & Toll 27% Kroger Grocery 25% Loew’s, Inc 70% Mack .Trucks 56% Mathieson Alkalo 38 May Department Stores ' 44 Mexican Seaboard Oil 22% Miami Copper (ex div.) 16% Mid-Continent Petroleum 24% Montgomery Ward 35% Nash oMtors 35% National Biscuit 84 National Cash Register 46 National Dairy Products 53 National Power and Light 45% Nevada Consolidated Copper ... 16% New York Central 162 New York, N. H. & Hartford.... 104% North American 98% Northern Pacific 73 Oliver Farm Equipment 18% Pacific Gas and Electric 55% Pacific Lighting 76% Packard Motor 14% Pan-American Petroleum B .... 58% Paratnount-Famous-Lasky .... 59 Parmelee Trans 9% Pathe Exchange 4% Penney, J. C. 53% Pennsylvania Railroad 74% Phillips Petroleum 33 Procter & Gamble 73% Public Service Corporation N. J. 90% Pullman Company 69% Purity Baking 62 Radio Corporation 42 Radio-Keith-Orpheum 31% Re.mlngton Rand 27% Reo Motor 9% Republic Iron and Steel 45% Reynolds Tobacco B 50% Richfield Oil of California 17% Royal Dutch Shell 52 Safeway Stores 62% St. Louis & San Francisco 88 Schulte Retail Stores ; 6% Seaboard Air Line 6% Sears Roebuck 67 Servel, Inc 7 Shat tuck, F. G 36 Shell Union Oil 19% Simmons Company 25 Simms Petroleum 21% Sinclair Consolidated Oil 23% Skelly Oil 30% Southern Pacific 118 Southern Railway 87% Sparks Withington 23 Standard Brands 20% Standard Gas and Electric 94% Standard Oil of California 62% Rtanldard Oil of New Jersey .... 72 Standard Oil of New York 32 Stewart-Warner Corporation... 26% Studebaker Motor 31 Superior Steel 16 Texas Corporation 52% Texas Ld. Tr 22 Bearing 65% Transcontinental Oil 18% Underwood Elliott 94 Union Carbide 72% United Aircraft 59% United Cigar Stores 6% United Corporation 32% United Fruit 87% United Gas Improvement 34% U. S. Industrial Alcohol 67% U. S. Realty and Improvement.. 53 U. S. Rubber 21 U. S. Steel 165% Utility Power and Light A .... 33% Vanadium Corporation (ex div.) 97% Warner Pictures 36% Western Maryland 23% Western Union ■ 169% Westinghouse Airbrake 38% Westinghouse Electric and Mfg. 144% Willys-Overland Motor 6% Woolworth Company 59% BISMARCK GRAIN (Furnished by Russel-Miller Co.) Augnut 1 No. 1 dark northern 63 No. 1 northern 63 No. 1 amber durum 56 NIT. 1 mixed durum 53 No. 1 red durum 51 No. 1 flax 1.89 No. 2 flax 1.84 No. 1 rye 34 Barley .27 Oats .21 Speltz, per cwt 60 Hard winter wheat 59 Dark hard winter wheat 60 DULUTH CASH GRAIN Duluth, Mfhn., Aug. I.— (Jf) —Close: Flax —On track 2.11 tb 2.13; to arrive 2.1 r% to 2.12: September 2.11; October 2.1014; November 2.1144; December 2.09 44. Wheat—Xo. 1 dark northern 82 44 to 93 44; No. 2 dark northern 8144 to 9144: No. 3 dark northern 7944 to 88 44 ; No. 1 northern 8144 to 89%; No. 2 northern 79*4 to 87 44 : No. 1 amber durum 76% to 86%: No. 2 amber dur um 76% to 85%: No. 1 durum 76% to 77%; No. 2 durum 75% to 7644 : No. 1 mixed durum 74% to 80%; No. 2 mixed durum 73% to 79%; No. 1 red durum 73%. Oats—No. 3 white 32 44 to 3444- Rye —No. 1 52 ot 54. Barley—Choice to fancy 42 to 45; Medium to good 39 to 42; lower grades 36 to 39. BOSTON WOOL Boston. Aug. 1. —(AP) —Wool: A fairly good volume of original bad 64’s and finer western grown wools is being sold. Best territory lines containing a fair percentage of strict ly combing staple are bringing 73 to 75c scoured basis. Average lines of bulk French combing staple sell at 72 to 73c scoured basis. Combing new Mexican wools are moving at 67 to 70c scoured basis. Texas 12 months wool have a fair outlook at 73c to 75c scoured basis. Demand Is about steady on 64’s and finer graded strictly comb ing Ohio’s and similar wools at 30 to 31c in grease. CHICAGO BUTTER AND EGGS Chicago. Aug. J.—(AP)—Unchanged price levels were maintained In but ter and eggs. Trading in freth re* moderately active. Tith offerings ample ter need*. Poultry wan like* wlae revised. STOCKS OPEN WEAK BUT EARLY BIDDING TURHSUST UPWARD More Cheerful Tone as Day Pro gresses in Wail Street and News Reports Come In New York. Aug. I.—(AP)—The stock market sank rapidly under a mere featherweight of selling press ure today, until bulls apparently de cided that timidity in the face of such liquidation was ridiculous, and by early afternoon began bidding up a group of specialties, which turned the entire list upward. Utilities developed pronounced weakness. Trading was about as dull as any experienced during the last two years, sales during the first two hours falling close to 300.000 shares. Ironically enough, it was announced that the high speed tickers, permitt ing rapid reporting of 6,000,000 to 8,- 000.000 share days, will all be install ed by Labor Day. The feeble character of yesterday’s rally was disappointing to the bull faction, but with many indications that the recession in business has reached bottom, bears lacked courage. Traders, generally, however, appear to be awaiting some indications as to the probable scope and duration of the impeding seasonal expansion of business before committing them selves very extensively to higher prices. The days business news continued of an inconclusive out mildly cheer ful character. Despite settlements at the turn of the month aggregating about $600,- 000,000. the weekly Federal Reserve statement showing a reduction of a boiit $19,000,000 in outstanding credit, and the shipment of $10,000,000 in guld to France, making total exports recently of more than $50,000,000 credit continued fairly plentiful, with call money holding officially at 2 per cent. Outside offerings at 1%, how ever were soon exhausted. In the utility group, Brooklyn Union Gas, Consolidated Ghb, North American, American Power and Light and American Waterworks, lost about 3 to 6 points, touching new lows for the latest decline there seemed to be some fear that the proposed rate re duction in New York might be a sig nal for similar developments else where. U. S. Steel. American Can, Westing house and Vanadium lost 2 points or so. hut arllled by afternoon. The American Tobacco issues were strong, the old stocks gaining 4 points or so. Case made a like gain. Diamond match, a volatile issue, shot up more than 10, and International Business Machines, a recent firm spot, reflect ing reports of increasing sales, made fair headway. Radio turned firm after midday. Mild activity started In the tobacco croup following a ten point ri«c In the American Tobacco shares. Trad ing elsewhere was torpid, hut the trend pointed upward. U. S. Steel rising ahove yesterday’s close in the final hour. Peoples Gas climbed 9 sad J. I. Case 7. Celntex and Auburn Auto encountered selling, the ctose was stesdy. Sales approximated 1,- 150.000 shares. DULUTH RANGE Duluth. Aug. I.—</PV Durum —- Onen High Low Close Sept 79% .80% .78% .78% Oct 80% Dec. ... .S 4 .84% .82% .83 Rye— Sept ... 53% .53% .53 .53 Dec 57.. .57% .56% .57 Flax- Sept. . . . 2.10% 2.11% 2.10% 2.11 Oct 2.09% 2.11 2.09% 2.11% Nov 2.11% MINNEAPOLIS RANGE Minneapolis, Aug. 1. —</P) —• Wheat — Open High Low Close Sept . . . 84% .95% .83% .8 4% Dec 89 .90 .88% .88% Sept s .*” . .53% .53% .52% .52% Dec. . s . .57% .57% .56% .56% Oats— Sept 33% .3 4 .33% .33% Dec. ... .36 .37% .36 .37 Flax Sept. . . . 2.07 2.09% 2.07 2.08% Oct. . . . 2.09 2.09 2.07.. 2.08 Barley— Sept. . . . .45% .46% .45% .48% Dec 49% .50 .49% .49% CHICAGO RANGE Chicago, Aug. I.—(/P ) Wheat— Open High Low' Close Sept. ... .86% .87% .85% .85% Dec. i . . .92% .93% .91 .91% March . . .96? 8 .97% .95% .95% Corn— Sept 87% .88% .86 % .87% Dec 82% .84 >2% .83% March . . .85% .87% .85% .86% Oats— Sept 36% .37% .36% .37% Dec 40% .41% .40 .41% March . . .42% .53% -52% .53% Rye— Sept. ... .55% .57% .55% .55% Dec 61% .62% .61 .61% March . . .66% .67% .66 .66 Lard— . Sept. . . . 9.90 10.12 9.90 10.12 Oct 9.97 10.15 9.97 10.15 Dec. . . . 9.50 9.80 9.50 9.80 Bellies— Sept 13.05 MINNEAPOLIS CASH GRAIN « Minneapolis, Aug. I.— UP) \>’heat — Delivered To Arrive 15% protein 1 dark nor. .9*>% .93*1 .8 844 -5944 2 dark nor. .87 44 .91% 3 dark nor. .8 444 .89 44 14% protein 1 dark nor. .884* .91 % .sß'.4 .8744 2 dark nor. .85*1 .89 4* 3 dark nor. .83 4* .87 4* 13% protein 1 dark nor .8741 .89% .55% .8644 2 dark nor. .8344 .87*1 3 dark nor. .80% .85 44 12% protein 1 dark nor. .83% .87% .8344 .84% 2 dark nor. .81% .85% 3 dark nor. .79 4* .83 4* Grade of 1 dark nor. 83*4 85*1 ,53% 2 dark nor. .80% .83% 3 dark nor. .78% .814* Grade of 1 northern. .82% .84% .S 244 2 northern. 79 44 .81 *1 3 northern. .77% .79 44 * Montana Winter Wheat 14% protein 1 D H W or * 1H W . . .86% 86 % 13% protein , 1 D H W or 1 H W . . .84% 84 % 12% protein 1 D H W or 1H W . . . .82% 82% Grade of 1 D H W or 1H W . . . M\i 81% Minnesota and Soath Dakota Wheat 12% protein 1 D r. W or IH*.,. .81% .82% .81% 52% Grade of 1 D H W or IHW... .79% .81% .79% .81% Da rant Ch. 1 tmbtr .80% .86% .79% .84% £ amber . . .79% .85% 13% protein Grade of 1 amber . . .72% .74% 2 amber . . .71% .73% ..... Grade of 1 durum . . 71% .72% 2 durum . . .70% .71% 1 rd. durum .79% .71% .68% Coaree Grain Corn— -2 yellow . . 85 .85% .83 3 yellow . . .83 .84 .82 4 yellow . . .81 .82 5 yellow . . .79 .80 2 mixed . . .79 .B*/ .79 4 mixed . . .77 .78 ..... 3 mixed . . .78 .79 .80 5 mixed . . .76 .77 Oats— -2 white. . . .33% .34% 3 white. . . .32% .33% .82% 4 white. . . .70% -32% aßrley Ch. to fncy. .49 .51 ..43 Mdtn. to gd. .45 ,4S .41 ..... Lwr. grds.. .38 .44 .38 Rye— No. 2 52% .54% .52% • Flax— No. 1. . . . 2.08. . 2.10% 2.08% MONEY RATES Xew York, Aug. I.—(AP) —Call money steady, high 2: low 2; ruling rate 2; close 2 per cent. Time logns easier; 30 days 2-2%: •0 days 24*-2%. 90 days 24j-2%; 4 menths 2%-3; 5 months 3; 6 months 3 - S % -- fcrirr.e Cotr.rr.ercit! Paper 3-3% Bankers acceptances unchanged THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1930 WILL ASK FOR MORE MEN FOR PROHIBITION ENFORCEMENT Charming Lillian Mtllas Andreesou, above, of Rumania, who resembles Princess Ilena, will be one of the for eign contestants in the International Pageant of pulchritude when beauties c 9 the world vie for the title of "Miss Universe" at Galveston, Tex., Aug. 2 to 6. CHICAGO ( ASH GRAIN • Chicago. Aug. 1. (AP>—Wheat No. 1 red 85-86%; No. 1 yard 85-86%: No. 1 yellow hard 85% ; No. 1 northern spring 85%-86%: No. 1 mixed 85-86. Corn No. 2 mixed 89%; No. 1 yellow 90: No. 2 white 91%. Oats No. 1 white 36%-37!. Rye No. 1, 60%. Timothy seed 5.25-5.50. Clover seed 10.25-17.75. Lard 10.05. Ribs 13.25. Belies 13.87. RANGE OF CAR LOT SALKS Minneapolis. Aug. I. iAP)—Range of carlot grain sales; Wheat: No. 1 dark northern. 88%-92%: No. 1 Nor thern 84%-87%; No. 1 mixed. 70%: No. 1 hard winter. 80%; No. 2 mixed durum. 69%-71%. Oats. No. 3 white, 32%-33%. Rye, No. 1. 55%. Barley. No. 2. 45. Corn and flax not quoted. MINNEAPOLIS STOCK Minneapolis Stock close; First Bank Stock 25%. Ban Corporation 42%. Minnesota Northern Power 27. Others blank. CURB STOCKS New York, Aug, 1. — (AT)—Curb: Electric Bond and Share 81%. Pities Service 28L. Standard Oil Indiana 50%. CHICAGO STOCK Chicago Sto<M<: Corporation Securities 25. Instill Utilities Investment 61%. Midwest Utilities now 30. WOMAN IS ARRESTED IN BUCKLEY MURDER Radio Entertainer, Sweetheart of Gangster ‘Key Man/ Is Held in Detroit Case Detroit, Aug. I.—(AP) —Police today arrested Marjorie Mansell, 21, radio entertainer for station WMBC, and held her at the Women’s De tention home for questioning later in the day in connection with the slaying of Gerald E. “Jerry” Buck ley, political commentator for the same station. Miss Mansell was arrested near an alleged hangout for hoodlums in which four men were taken in a po lice raid last night. Police said she is a sweetheart of Pete Licavoli. no torious gangster sought as the “key man" in the Buckley slaying. Police said they had known Miss Mansell was driving Licavoli’s automobile, which later was found on East Grand Boulevard in front of the house in which the radio entertainer lived. Buckley was shot on July 23 a few hours after he had announced that the voters of Detroit had recalled _Mayor Charles Bowles. Buckley campaigned for the recall. Since he was found dead in the LaSalle hotel with 11 bullets in his body, police declared there was a woman whom they were seeking to identify, who might give them valuable informa tion in the case. Raids on gangster hangputs last night resulted in arrests of six al leged gangsters who are to be questioned about the Buckley slay ing and the dozen gang slayings of the past few weeks. A convicted hijacker was shot and probably fatally wounded in down town Detroit last night. The latest victim of gang warfare is Philip Robertson, released only recently from the Michigan State Reforma tory at lonia where he served two and one half years for holding up a saloon. Police said Robertson’s neighbors declared he had been en gaged in transporting liquor. He was shot in the back by an unidenti fied man while Itanding on a street corner. The gunman escaped. Police (now are holding 12 gang sters, antosted in raids since Jerry Buckley was slain. One warrant has been issued in the case. Angelo Livecchi, believed by police to have been the man who pointed out Buck ley to the three gunmen who shot him, was arraigned yesterday and held without bail for examination August 8. He is charged with murder. Four of five men arrested in a raid on the home of Sam “Singing in-the-nighttime” Catanotte, late “King of Detroit’s Little Italy” in the exclusive suburb of Grosse Pointe, last Sunday were charged yesterday with murders of gang sters. Joseph Catanotte, nephew of Sam, and Elmer Macklin were accused of slaying patrolman Barney Roth, under-cover agent, and John Mietz, alleged bootlegger. Joe Amico and Joe Locano were arraign ed before Judge Thomas M. Cotter and charged with the murder of Caspare Seibilia and Sam Parino, slain May 31 in the first outbreak of the recent gang vrar. Oiaggio Bonvonatti, also taken in the Grosse Pointe raid, still is held for inves tigation. ‘Miss Rumania 9 j In Beauty Race | Director Woodcock Will Seek 25 Percent Increase of His Forces Washington, Aug I.—(VP)—Con vinced after two days of meetings with his twelve regional adminis trators that an increased personnel is essential. Amos W. W. Woodcock, di rector of prohibition, will ask con gress for a 25 per cent enlargement of his forces. James M. Doran, chief of the bu reau of industrial alcohol of the treas ury. also will seek an increase. The Woodcock decision is no "cry of despair ” he maintained today. He is confident that with the personnel increased from 2.000 to about 2.500. stricter enforcement wifi be obtained and that his concentrated drive against large scale violators will be more effective. The recommendation is the result oi demands from his field directors. Woodcock, who has just taken over the prohibition task for the justice department, already felt more men were needed but had expected to leave a definite decision until he had gained more personal experience. The overwhelming sentiment of his lieu tenant, however, had gained more per sonal experience. The overwhelming rentiment of his lieutenant, however, made up his mind> “i- c Today the new dry czar wound up his conference with the field-work ers. consulting them with a dozen picked men who are to head a special squadron of 200 agents detailed to ferret out wholesale liquor conspir acies. He planned also a talk nefore the Industrial alcohot permit super visors on the cooperation expected between the two forces. The Doran forces, for which an in crease of 120 men is sought, are hold ing a onference parallel with that caused by the prohibition supervisor. Another contribution to the prohi bition discussion came last night from Assistant Secretary Lowman of the treasury, who. in a radio address, said only two per cent of the liquor now sold in this country came from Can ada and that of the $25,000,000 worth of intoxicants brought in last year from the dominion much was "short circuited” back to Canadian bootleg gers. Mabel Walker Willebrandt. who un til recently was assistant attorney general in charge of prohibition en forcement. also entered the dry pic ture informally last night by enter taining Woodcock and his aides at dinner in her home. Woodcock and Mrs. Willebrandt are close friends, and suggestions have been current that the new dry chief has drawn upon her experience in formulating his program of enforce ment. Neither would discuss the din ner party, however, indicating it was purely a social affair. Scarface’s Brother Tried as a Vagrant Miami, Fla., Aug. l.—(/P)—Albert Capone, younger brother of Alphonse (Bcarface Al) Capone. Chicago gang ster, faced criminal court trial today on a charge of vagrancy. The charge was preferred against the younger Capone and two other men after officers seized liquor at the Capone residence at Miami Beach on March 20. The other men are Louis' Cowen, believed to be in Cicero. 111., and L. J. Brennan. A fourth man arrested was identified as "Gunner Jack" Mc- Gurn, reputed to be Al Ca pone’s right hand man. He was ex tradited to Chicago to face charges of carrying weapons. Albert Capone was convicted of vagrancy some time ago in Miami Beach municipal court, but has ap pealed. Another brother, John Capone and Frankie Newton, caretaker of the Ca pone residence, were arrested in the raid and charged with possession of liquor. John was acquitted when Newton *took responsibility for the liquor with resultant conviction. He has appealed. Whether “Scarface Al,” himself the subject of numerous recent court ac tions here, would attend his brother's trial was not known. Ask Indictment in Washington Murder Washington, Aug. I. (IP) —An in dictment for the murder of Mary Baker will be sought against Herbert M. Campbell, whose .32-calibre re volver has thrice been Identified as the weapon used by her slayer. This announcement was made be fore dawn today by worn investigators, who for 16 consecutive weeks have sought to solve the mystery of the young government clerk’s death. It followed a five-hour grilling of Camp bell, a Virginia real estate operator and the last of seven men to be ar rested in connection with the crime. Three lead slugs were taken from the body of the Oak Grove (Va.) preacher’s daughter when it was found early on the morning of April 12, stuffed in a culvert beneath a lonely Virginia road which runs beside the Arlington national cemetery. Campbell’s wife has corroborated his story. She told police they had supper together at about the hour Miss Baker was believed to have been killed. At 7:30 that same night the real estate man took his son to a Boy Scout meeting in Washington, and chatted for a minute with the scout chief. Lost and Found LOST—Ladies Bulova wrist watch with red trimming on band, at the Dome Monday night. Finder kindly return to 41S Mandan street. Re ward. LOST—Spitz dog belonging to trans ient. Notify Annex Hotel. Household Goods for Sale PRICED FOR QUICK SALE—Center table, Hughes electric range, electric vacuum cleaner, porch swing and army cot. All as good as new. Also fruit jars, all sizes. Call at 213 Eleventh street N. E. FOR SALE—Electric stovenew, ivory bedroom set, leather couch, ma hogany Victrola, antique walnut table cheap. Phone 892-J. FOR SALE—Peninsular coal'ahd gas range, and also a kitchen cabinet. Will sell very cheap. Call at 411 Sixth or phone 1270-W. I Weather Report ) Temperature at 7 a. m 73 Highest yesterday 90 Lowest last night 73 Precipitation to 7 a. in T. Highest wind velocity 14 GENERAL REPORT Temprtrs. Pro. Station— S a.m. Low In. Boise. Idaho, cloudy... 70 5S .00 Calgary, Alta., cloudy. 58 58 .00 Chicago, 111., clear 66 02 .00 Denver, Colo., clear... 64 64 .00 Des Moines, la., clear. . 70 64 .00 Dodge City, Kan., clear 70 68 .00 Edmonton. Alta., clear. 54 54 .08 Havre. Mont., clear.... 62 62 .00 Helena. Alont.. cloudy.. 62 62 .10 Huron, 9. D., clear 72 64 .00 Kansas City, Mo., clear 74 72 .00 Miles City, Mont., eldy. 78 7s .00 X. Platte, Neb., pt cldy. 68 68 .00 Oklahoma City, clear. . 72 72 .54 Pierre, S. D.. pt cldy... 74 70 .00 Prince Albert, cloudy.. 62 6» .no Rapid City, pt cldy S 4 76 .00 St. Louis. Mo., clear... 76 70 .no St. Paul, Minn., pt cldy 66 64 .00 Salt Lake City, clear.. 72 72 .02 Seattle, Wash., cloudy. 58 58 .00 Sheridan. Wyo., cloudy 6S 66 .00 Sioux City, la., clear... 72 70 .00 Spokane. Wash., clear. 60 6n .00 Swift Current, clear... 58 52 .00 Toledo. 0.. clear 66 *2 .02 Winnipeg, Man., pt cldy 70 66 .00 NORTH DAKOTA REPORT Temprtrs. Prc. Station— High Low In. pt cldy 96 55 .00 Amenia, cloudy 92 55 .00 Beach, cloudy 100 68 .no Bottineau, clear 98 57 .no Carrington, clear 95 56 .no Crosby, cloudy 99 60 .no Devils Lake, pt cldy... 94 74 .1)0 Dickinson, cloudy .... 98 47 .op Drake, cloudy' 98 67 .06 Dunn Center, cloudy... 98 62 .00 Ellendale. cloudy 96 57 .on Fessenden, pt Hd.v.... inn 65 .00 Grand Forks, clear.... 90 70 .00 Hankinson, cloudy.... 95 67 .no Hettinger, cloudy 96 56 .00 Jamestown, pt cldy.,.. 97 58 .no Lariniore, clear ....... 95 55 .no Lisbon, cloudy 93 59 .no Max. cloudy 99 66 .oo Minot, clear 99 64 .00 Napoleon, cloudy ion 73 .00 Oakes, pt cldy 97 58 .00 Pembina, clear ....... 90 60 .no Portal, cloudy inn 57 .02 Sanish. clear 99 45 ,00 Williston. cloudy 98 62 .no Wishek. pt cldy 95 66 .on Moorhead, Minn., cldy. 92 70 .no WEATHER FORECASTS For Bismarck and vicinity: Partly cloudy tonight and Saturday. Some what choler tonight. For North Dakota: Partly cloudy to night and Saturday. Somewhat cooler tonight. For South Dakota: Partly cloudy to night and Saturday. Not quite so warm west portion tonight, and east portion Saturday. For Iowa: Partly cloudy tonight and Saturday. Slightly warmer in east and south portions tonight: not quite so warm Saturday in north portion. For Minnesota: Mostly fair tonight and Saturday, except showers in northeast portion tonight. Slightly warmer in extreme southeast, cooler In northwest portion tonight: slightly cooler in east and south portions Sat urday. For Montana: Unsettled tonight and Saturday. Little change in tempern- GE.V ’.RAL CONDITIONS A well dt ’eloped low-pressure area, accompanied by high temperatures, is centered over the lied river valley and Manitoba this morning". A few read ings of 100 degrees were reported In the plains states. High pressure over the north Pacific coast region is caus ing cooler weather from the northern Rocky mountain region to the north Pacific const. Somewhat unsettled weather, accompanied by light, scat tered showers, prevail In all sections. River stage at 7 a. m. today, 2.0 feet: 24-hour change, drop of 0.2 fool. Bismarck station barometric pres sure at 7 a. m.. 28. 00 inches; reduced, 29.72. ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist. TUNNEY IS MANUFACTURER New York, Aug. I.— t/P> — James J. Tunney is in business. He is associ ated with his intimate friend, Sam Pryor, in the manufacture of railroad car wheels. REAL ESTATE $4200.00 THE CHEAPEST 5 room modern bungalow in the city, right down town. $5400.00 SIX ROOM bungalow. 60 ft. lot. fac ing east in the most delightful lo cation in the city. SBOOO.OO WILL TAKE a 3 apartment building with income of $1400.00 for land, preferably near Baldwin. $1400.00 FIVE ROOM house and bath, close in, the cheapest house of its kind in the city. $5200.00 FIVE ROOM bungalow, 75 ft. lot, one block from school, nice lawn and trees. $3900.00 SIX ROOM bungalow, facing south, sleeping porch, a bargain. $5200.00 FIVE ROOM bungalow, south front, reasonable terms, close to Catholic school and church. BUILDING LOTS; hundreds of them in all parts of the city. FARM LANDS; the most complete list and the best bargains I have ever had. OVER 3000 REAL ESTATE SALES without ever a complaint from any buyer. F. E. YOUNG. SAVE MONEY Used Cars With An O.K. That Counts 1928 Chevrolet coach, duco finish, good tires, low mileage. This is a real buy. Down payment only $140.00. 1928 Chevrolet 4 Door sedan, fully equipped with luggage carrier, bumpers, heater, motometer, and many other accessories. Fine running condition. Down pay ment only $150.00. 1927 Oakland Landau sedan, finish and appearance like new, has trunk, heater, bumpers, motom eter, mohair upholstering a real buy. Down payment only $130.00. 1927 Ford Model T coupe, completely overhauled, finish and appear ance very good. Down payment only $70.00. 1929 Chevrolet Six coupe. This car has been tuned up in our shop and is in perfect condition, tires finish, and upholstering like new. Low mileage. Down payment only SIBO.OO. 1927 Chevrolet truck with triple grain box. This truck is in very good condition and is priced very rea sonable. Down payment SIIO.OO. MANY OTHER attractive buys We trade and give terms. CAPITAL CHEVROLET CO. CLASSIFIED AD RATES All want ads are cash in advance, minimum charge 75 cents. Copy must be received at the Tribune’of fice by 9:00 a. m to insure insertion same day in the regular classified page Cuts, border or white space used oo want ads come under the classified display rates at 90 cents per column inch per insertion REGULAR WANT AD RATES i days 25 words or under $1.45 3 days. 25 words or under 1.00 l days 25 words or under .85 1 day 25 words or under 75 Ads over 25 words 3 cents additional per word The Tribune reserves the right to reject any copy submitted, also to re vise any copy to conform with make ip rules of Classified Advertising Phone 32 The Trlbunp Want Ad Department Male Help Wanted THE FULLER BRUSH Company will place two men immediately in ter ritory out of Bismarck to handle our fall and winter business. Mar ried men preferred, car necessary, pay weekly. Write or wire Fuller Brusjji Co., Fargo. W man with car, to establish route, selling excellent quality, old established line of mer chandise in this territory, small in vestment required. For details write Heinrich Sales Corporation. Duluth Minn. GET A GOOD JOB or business of your own! Write us about our Ex pert Master Course. New free cat alog. HANSON AUTO-TRACTOR & ELEC. SCHOOL. Fargo, N. Dak. WANTED—Two neat energetic men to work in sales crew. Permanent. Travel in car with manager. Ask for Haubold, Bismarck Hotel Eve nings only. MEN~WAnTED immediately to learn Barber Trade, earn while learning. Free Catalog. Moler Barber college Fargo. N D.-Butte, Mont. WANTED—Man dishwasher to work nights, Steady work. O'Brien's Cafe. Work Wanted YOUNG REFINED widow wishes position in respectable motherless home or as attendant for elderly or invalid person. Mrs. Isabelle De- Mooris, Coleraine. Minn. Box 54. TWO REFINED young ladies want position to do housework or as wait ress in cafe, Call 731-W. Houses and Flats FOR SALE—Five room bungalow in fine condition, on pavement. Priced for quick ’sale. Located at Ave. B and Fourteenth street. Write the Depositors Holding Company, Bis marck, N. D., or phone N. I. Roop at 21. FOR SALE—Five room modern house near center of city. Will sell lor $2750, cash or easy terms. Leaving state, reason for selling. Write Tribune in care of Ad. No. 74. FOR RENT —Six room house, newly decorated, also apartment, 3 rooms and bath, city heated. Also for sale, sanitary couches and other furni ture. Phone 905 after 5 p. m. FOR SALE—Modern brick residence property in Wilton, ost $25,000.00 to sell at best sacrifice offer at once. Carl Russ, Martin, N. D., or A. L. Games. Regan, N. D. FOR RENT—To Teliable adults fur nished four room house for one or . two months, including garage. Write Tribune, in care of Ad. No. 73. Used Cars TWENTY-FIVE per cent reduction will be allowed on any used car m our stock for cash and no trade. We must reduce our Used Car stock and our prices are now so low that you cannot afford to buy elsewhere Open evenings and Sunday. Steen Marmon Co., Marmon and Austin automobiles, 116 Second street Phone 1452. Bismarck, N. D. FOR SALE—Good used cars! Ford Model A Roadster, Durant 4 cylin der coach, Buick Master Six coach, Durant Model 60 sedan, also sever al other enclosed cars and tourings. We trade and give terms. Hedahl Motor Company, Bismarck, N. D. Business Opportunity FOR SALE CHEAP—A credit of $376.00 on a new car. If you are considering buying a new car, it will pay you w’ell to see us before buy ing. Phone 1175-M or call at 314 Fifteenth street. IF INTERESTED in the American Austin franchise in the Slope terri tory, write, wire or phone Steen Marmon Co., 116 Second street, Bismarck, N. D. Phone 1452. Land for Sale FOR SALE—Section 31-146-73. 640 acres S. W. Hurdsfield, finest pas ture, water, some hay, 100 can be farmed. No buildings, $2500.00. Go see it, write, C. E. Hale, Rugby, N. Dak. FOR SALE OR TRADE—For good farm land a 545 seat theatre and dance hall in a live North Dakota town. Making good money. Write Tribune in care of Ad. No. 75. FOR SALE CHEAP—My improved farm or will consider a trade for business property. Reason is poor health. Write Adam Burman, New Salem, N. D. Miscellaneous FOR SALE—Hotel and restaurant fixtures of West Hotel, Flasher. A good buy for anyone locating here or bargain for anyone who wants fixtures. Mrs. A. M. Gott, Flasher, N. Dak. ARE YOU thinking of installing gas in your home? Before purchasing pipes see John Ehrmantraut at 408 Second street after 6:00 p. m. Real bargain. FOR SALE—Hotel™Ellendale, ~wefi furnished and modern. Want to re tire on acount of old age. Wrifc Hotel Ellendale, Ellendale, N. D. WANTED—Used outboard boat mo tor or Evinrude parts or 2 cylinder marine engine. Phone 603-J or call at 407 Eighth street. Wanted to Kent WANTED TO RENT—Equipped farm with privilege of buying equipment on crop payments. Have plenty of help. Best references. Would con sider job by month. Elmer Mc- Ahern, Ute, lowa. WANTED—SmaII modern unfurnish ed bungalow or apartment for man and wife. Best references. Write Ad. No. 70 in care of The Tribune. Rooms for Rent HIGH SCHOOL students or anyone desiring close location to high school or capitol. Light housekeep ing rooms, furnished or unfurnish ed, sleeping ro6ms. Garage. Just across the street from high school. Phone 300-R or call at 710 Ave D FOR RENT—Nicely furnished sleep ing room, strictly modern, private entrance, close in, 21* blocks horn Patterson Hotel. Corner Fifth and Rosser, 402 Fifth street. Phone 246-M. FOR RENT—Single furnished lront room with convenient kitchenette. Suitable for business couple or two ladies. No children. Also gaYage for rent. Call at 422 Fifth street. FOR RENT —A large attractive sleep ing room in a modern home on ground floor. Close in. Gentle men only. Call at 501 Sixth street or phone 1066 after 2:00 p. m. FOR RENT— WellTurnished room in new downtown apartment, gentle men preferred. Phone 1225-W \ or call at apartment 4. Logan Apartments evenings. FOR RENT—Modern furnished front room for one or two. Down town, near postoffice. Kitchen privilege for light housekeeping if desired. Phone 1225-M. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished sleep ing room in new modern home, suitable for one or two. Private en trance. Phone 468 or call at 921 Fifth street. FOR RENT—Furnished sleeping room in a modern home, with or without board. Right downtown Call at 311 Fourth street or phone 627-M. FOR RENT—WeII iurnished base ment room in good home. Hot wa ter at all times, $lO per month. Call at 917 Sixth street or phone 1152. FOR RENT—Very desirable room in modern home, suitable for one 01 two Breakfast if desired. Phone 548-M or call at 923 Seventh street. FOR RENT—Two rooms inTmodern home by the day, week or month. Call at 411 Ave. A, two blocks north of G. P. Hotel, or phone 678-J. FOR RENT —Large well furnished sleeping room, clean, cool, suitable for two. Meals if desired, in private home, close in. 112 Ave. A. FOR RENT—One iarge furnished room and kitchen, neat and clean, running water, gas for cooking. Cali ■at 622 Third street. FOR RENT—Large south room suit able for one or two ladies, morning and evening meals if desired. Call at 106 Ave. C. FOR RENT—Three furnished sleep ing rooms in modern home. Close in. Call at 419 Seventh street Phone 363-W. FOR RENT—Room suitable for two gentlemen in a modern home. Close in. Phone 503-J or call at 224 W Broadway. FOR RENT —Two furnished rooms May be used for sleeping or light housekeeping. Call at 319 Firsl street. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room in modern home. Close in. 417 Sixth street or pnone 214-M. FOR RENT —Desirable sleeping room for one or two. Close in. Gentle men only. 510 Fifth street. FOR RENT—Furnished room Tor one or two. Mrs. Logan, 208 Second street. Phone 761. ROOMS FOR RENT—Three - large front rooms, suitable for one or two 222 Second street. Apartments IF YOU are renting see this keen five rooms and bath. All modern, built ins, etc., for only $45.00. Immediate , possession. Inquire at 211 W. Ros ser. Phone 1313. FOR RENT—Furnished 2 room apart ment, clean and comfortable, also sleeping room, in modern home apartment, S2O a month. Call at Hedden Real_ Estate. FOR RENT —Furnished two room apartment, clean and comfortable, also sleeping room in modern home Rent reasonable. Adults only. Cab at 614 Eighth. FOR RENT—Available at once, abso lutely modem well furnished foui room and bath apartment -with frigidaire and electric stove. Phone 1063 or 1434. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished apart ment equipped with General Electric refrigerator, also electric stove, suit able for two. Close in. Call at 518 Fifth street. FOR RENT—Furnished two room apartment, $30.00 per month. Also a one room furnished apartment $20.00. Call at 618 Sixth street. FOR It E NT—Five Toom” modem un • furnished apartment, including r heated garage. Phone 291-W or call at 318 Ninth street. FOR RENT—Three room - furnished apartment on second floor, $32.00 per month.. Call at 1014 Broadway or phone 499-M. FOR RENT—One sleeping room ana two furnished light housekeeping apartments at 322 Ninth street Phone 1C54-M. FOR RENT—WeII furnished fign housekeeping apartment with frigi daire service. 411 Fifth. Phone 27.* Hazelhurst. FOR RENT—Apartment at the Woodmansee with sleeping porch and garage. Apply to H. J. Wood mansee. FOR RENT—One room apartment furnished or unfurnished. Apply Room 304 College Buiidlng or phone 1063. FOR RENT —One two room furnisned apartment, $22.00 per month. Phone 129-W or call at 1100 Broadway. FOR RENT—Apartment in the Trib une Building. Inquire at the Trib une office. Dead Animals Wanted ON ACCOUNT of hot weather spe cial arrangements are made for quicker service in removing your dead animals, such as horses, cat tle. begs and sheep. Call us prompt ly. Northern Rendering Co., Box 265, Bismarck, N. Dak.