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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1022
WORLD MARKET PAGE
Ileal Duchess in Movies
WHEAT IS DOWN
Depreciation of Continen
tal Exchange Hits
NBWYOIUC, Oct. 23. Deprecl
fttioti of flefinan nnd allied conti
nental exchungo rates to tha lowest
tirlcen of the year, further recession
i bond prices, an Irregular move
rient In flocks with 'n better tone at
Ihn rloso, lower1, prices for wheat and
l.lRhtr prices for cotton worn tlio
rutstnndlng developments In today'
I'nbllshed reports nf a statement
pitrlbutcd to Chanrellor Wlrth con
crnlng the possibility of tlerman
bankruptcy precipitated tin drop In
'.reign exchanges, French franco
falling to 7.0G cents, nn against par
pf X'J.S; llolglau francs dropping to
r 49 cents, and Itall.in lire to -1.03
rents, and Italian lire, to 4.02 conts.
German marks were quoted nt 2H
cents a hundred. Sterling yielded
vit ti the ret, but principally In to
rponse to a heavier offering, of Brain
juid cotton bills.
Tt action of Mexlcata Petroleum
n the face of a new offer of ex
rlinngo for I'an-Amerlciin was sur
prising to n number of traders. Tho
first snlo was 1,000 shares nt 235, up
t jiolnts, ii nil Hid best prlco pi tlu
sear, and the rnn-Amcrlcan A ftnft
11 Iksucm Improved more thnn 1!
points enrh. After this Initial dis
play of strength, however, Mexican
Petroleum turned weak dropping to
r:9 and closing at 224, or frac
tionally below last night's close. Doth
the run-American Issued, however,
Closed at gains of approximately u
further accumulation of Heading
Bent tho price to S4',i. tip -)i points
nnd n new top for tho year, but tho
other railroad share;! did not do
Reports of Improved retail btiM
Hess found expression In tho better
vrlces for merchandising shares,
Manhattan shirt climbed 2 points,
nnd United ltetall Htores 1, Krcsgc,
however, was under prssure, clip
ping back ! points.
Fractional advances on the day
Itvcro registered by such nv.tlvo shares
ns Studehnker, United States Steel,
common, Baldwin, Consolidated Cla,
Continental Can, General Asphalt,
filnclalr and Chandler. Soma of tho
Individual weak spots wero l'lerce
Arrow preferred, Nnlon Tank, Jersey
Central, Davison Cheinlc.il. Famous
I'laycrs, Liggett & Myers, Wnrthlng
ton Pump and Hallway Steel Springs.
Total bales wero 852,100 share.
Call money opened at 4 per cent
and cased off to 4, despite govern
ment withdrawals of J23.I50.00O
from member yanks of tho federal
vnvu U4IIA in wun uisinci. mere
was plenty of demand for tlmo
money for three and six months at
4i. but all offerings wero at f per
cent. Commercial paper was firm.
Tho bond market turned decidedly
weak today In responso to tho fur
ther break In foreign exchange wluLh
brought a flood of foreign securities
Int tho market. Prices crumbled
throughout the list, nearly two score
active Issues-showing losses of 1 to
Foreign bonds, as a group, suffered
tho most. Framerlcan 7 Us and
llelglan Cs dropped 2 points each nnd
tho French R 1J.
Except for a rise of 12 cents on
100 In tho Liberty 3V4s. all Amer
ican government securities also
wero reactionary, tho net losses rang
ing from 2 cents on tho uncalled
Victories to 24 on the first 4 Us. The
now 4 Us was back to par.
Tho sharpest reaction In tho rail
toad list came In Illinois Central ro-,
funding 4s, which were off 2U
points. Norfolk & Western con
tcrtible is opened higher but a re
action later rnrrled them down S
points below last night's close.
Baltimore! A: Ohio gold 4s, also
receded 2 points whllo losses of ap
proximately 1 points wero scored
by Seaboard Air Lino consolidated
Cs. and adjustment 6s. In tho long
list ot Hens which closed a point be
low laHt night's final figures were
"Unty" adjustment 6s. .
Trading Jn Industrials was not as
active as In rails, but losses of 1 to
2 'a points wero noted In Magna Cop
per 7s, Commonwealth l'ower 6s,
Wilson convertible 6s, Cerro do
Pasco Ss, and Central Leather Es.
Invincible Oil 8s were one of tho few
fxccptlops to tho downward trend,
felling nround 110 at which prlco
they will be retired on November 24.
The American Can company- an
nounced that It will purchase a lim
ited amount of Us 16-year C per cent
Bold debenture bonds maturing In
3928 at 99 nnd interest.
Total sales par value were 118,-31,000.
NKW ORLEANS. Oct, 24.- Pro.
nouncrd strength was on display In
tho cotton market today, following
a period of rather unsettled trading
around tho middle of the morning
when too much realizing caino from
the long side. After small net de
cllnes had been established new buy
ing appeared and in this movement
large spot Interests seemed to bo
the lenders. In the lata tr, 1.1 Inn
buying became general and It forced
prlcei 47 to 51 points higher than
tho rloso of yesterday to 28.46n for
December. The closing was 41 to
4 points net up on the day, with
December at 2.1 42c.
There was a rush to buy on tho
opening call and very shortly prices
wero 23 to 26 points up, but this
Initial Hdvuncu did not last long,
being met by extensive realizing
Tho period ot liquidation lasted
during a good part of the morning
and finally carried the most active
months 2 to 3 points under tho cloe
of yesterday to 22.9CO for December.
iALL GRAINS SHOW
Daily Cotton Tsble.
Port Motimmt .MMJllnj RwteU Mm
.-.w one ins - J JJ iz.UJ z.171
Total for .eek
Tot It f'T Season
4. 10 'I
e i.ei 1
1 ts.il I
Cities ttrrtlre Cnmpnnr Nrrurltlea.
Ittrnrttd by Henry t Doherly ft Co..
securities deparlmrrit, 411 Unity bulletins,
Tulaa, Okla. 1JI.1 Akfd
citi-a Hrvic-, rri iiu
Threatened German Bank
CHICAGO. Oct. 24. Announce
ment that the Herman government
ns seriously going Into formal
b.inkrupty had a depressing In
fluence today on tho whe,it market
hero. Trices closed unsettled, to
Hie net lower, with December
fl.UJH to 4, and May tl.lOS to
. Corn finished at to lHc de
rilne, oats off to Nc and pro
visions unchiuiged to 2'no down.
At first tho fact that Lueipo"l
quotations showed nit advance gave
tlw wheat market here n slight ten
dency to nccnd, tspecliilly as re
ports wero current that dom-MIc
mills had Just pifiVhased soma wheat
In Chlchgo nt tho best premium on
the 1922 crop, lliport demand,
however, appeared to be almost nt
Numerous stop-loss orders which
wero outstunillttlT Incroased the wil
ing prossuto In tho wheat pit. and
so. too, did spreading operations be
tween hero ami Winnipeg.
Something of n rally nt the 'last
In the markets here was ascribed to
protlt tuklng on tho part of shorts.
Corn nnd oats weakened with
wheat. Rotterdam re-sellers wero
said to bu offering corn cheaper
than nfferrt from New Yolk.
l'l'ovlslons wero affected by n 'de
cline In hog values, but an ndvnnco
In lard at Llvornool counted to some
extent as nn off.'ct.
IUiico of Prlrf. a Itrportrd l.y Houaton,
llble '.. H"! Mntlonsl
Kmvlro 1 par caul, pM, !.. 5
New York Slorlta, na'llrpnrtod br Houaton,
, nijle t Co., llmt Nstloiml
Salaa In lln.li. Hlsh Ixw Cloaa
Aim Ttubbar ...... 1 H'i 14 14
Alllnl riirmleal ... 31 l II ;
Allla Challnrra. x 0. 11 471t ' 7 VI
Am. Aa l rhani .... 7 31', 31 31
Am, IJrrt Sucar ... 1 .... .... 41
Amfrlfsn Can 13 7i; 71 72T4
Am. Car A KJv .... (Ill IIS 116
3 73H T1U 71",i
Am. It. A I, pfd
Am. Int'l Corp ..
American Loco ..
Am. ;:.-nfltr ,,,,
Am. Staal Kclra ..
American Sucar .
Am, T. ft T
All. O. A V. I.
.CIUCA00' 31 lloia Ttacalpla
39 000; around 11c lowar, bulk 160 to :0.
J'iund tvtnifi j:59.IO. few nod 510
U ,;9'Poun.1 huiohfra 19 4149 SI. top
;, bulk parklnj aowa JT7I4JI.40, rl
iVit "00',-:5' k"Hn claaa 19.00
'att rt.relrta J4.000, alow cmarally
ti . on " claaaaa, top Ions yfarltnia
nthara held abova 111.00, bulk baf
a ra J9.I0O15.00, veal calvee alaady to
'rinir, atockara and fadra alaady tii
eak hulk dtalrabln bolosna bulla 14 11
bulk dralrable vial calvaa 111.00
JJISS, bulk baar cowa and litlftra 14 55
W7 10, bulk atockara and ftiJira 16.31
st,,pn,rt, jo.oooi native lamba
fully eteady, top 114. 1, fat weeUrn
lanba moo, beat held lilgher, yearling
W.t i.,, 11 CA .. I . .
las' teadlnu lamba abuut atraily. Uealrabla
weatern (aedera 114. n. aherp Jin higher.
bvy fat ewea 4.7ll.t0. Ilihter weight
".-ru lo fl.TO.
..'"NPp.V. Oct. 31. Jrtad Srot 1,56 10a.
iliic Spot L16 la 6d, futures LI I Hi.
,.,. Knmaa CIIV I.ltfitork.
KANSAS PITV. n.t. i ri)l -n
'r'l'la 36.000 beet altera and fat aha
etnrk alowj top ataera lit 10. graaaera and
hurt fad moatly 16.1101,10. inled eoa
-I iieuara .75. bulk ,ioa uiitll".
cannara I . ,1 v ,A a..iV .nn.,iw ihaa
Sill, hnvy kll.ila 13.ltl03.6l. all other
S',V!.,,,,I,' bBt vealera tlt).00910.lo,
bu k :so to 400-pound calvee 16.0017 10.
fitter co a moatly tl.00Ol.80. bologna
;?'n'',", II.S5ei76, etollt ateara
10007.10, feedara I4.00O7I0.
lloge Iteeelpta 13.000. fairly aetlre to
beckere. lOtptOo lowar, ahlppera doing
practically nothing, top 19 00, bulk till
9 00. packing aowa ateady to lie lower.
O9 00 "0lt "I11 ,, t(
Hheep Iteeelpta 10.0001 aheep atront; to
'So higher, fat ewea largely ll.IOtf7.00.
Itah wethera 11.00, lamba 10c to 36o
""t, prime utabi 114.40, mostly wtat
tnv 'ynrk t'otton.
NKW YOI1K. O't. 31. t'otton foturee
opened flrtn. October 31.10c. December
- --v. January I4.ac, aiaron ia.aec,
Advancea iVa hit.t In rhiek hr onotln.
ed reallalng during tha early afternoon
but towarda J o'clock olferlv"
amaller and the market ahot upf Into new
nigh ground. l)nmhi enld nil to 21 150
with active montba 47 to tl points net
10 31 'i 23 K 31
110 159 1371't 151
3 37i 37", 314
7 60 (lt 0,
10 (IS 41 41U
3 71 78 7lvk'
It 131 153. 133H
1 161 110'i, UOH
83 01 'a 91 S ' 99 'a
3 im in; ii
15 101 'i 101 105',
a :r 36i its
llaldwln Ijko 116 131'i HIS 1174
Hattlmora A Ohio
Itarnadnl! "A" ...
Ilethlehem nteel .
Cat. Petroleum . .
Canadian rue no
Central Leather ..
Chea A Ohio
C. M, tr. St. Paul
Jf, A St. P.. pfd
C. It. I. A P
CUIno Copper ...
i oca.i:o &
Columbia rlaa ....
Corn Producta ...
Cuban Am. fiugar
Cuban Cane b'ugar
Kamoua riayera .
(linerol Aaphalt ..
General lllectrlo .
Oeneral Motors ..
nreat Nor., pfd .
Illinois Central .
inter llarveater .
Int Mer Jlarlno, pfd 51
Mtamf Copper .
Mlddl Statea Oil .
mo, I'aclflo, rrd .
National Iait ....
Nevada Copper ...
New York Central .
N. ft W
Northern t'aelf 0 .
Okla. P, It. ...
Fere Marrturtt. . . . ,
Pierce Arrow .....
Plere Oil .
I'ltiaMirgh Coa ..
Prod. A Rtf, Corp .
17 19 1
0 116 1ISS 14Cti
11 I9i ! U'.i
V. H, Htetl ,
(lulf Oil ,
Int. Petroleum .,
N. A. Oil
Salt Creek, new
Southern Hlatea ..
Standard. Kentucsy toi
Oulf, new 61 'i
Pralrlo Oil n
Utandard, N. T. ,,111
Arkaileaa Oaa 10l
lina Slur 57H
Oklahoma uaa .... :i'
Tidal Oaag. lli
rlmtnr bid nnd aaked nrlcea of Stand
ard Oil etocua. aa raportea ny niranu
t !7i 27 S74i
17 10 79H 7tH
11 110V 10J. 10ti
171 119 111 15IH
II 4IU 4IH l!S
41 !3i I0H 13
, 11 3311 23 33(
JJ 27i 37l 17i
11 T H lit, I6H
3S 91 '1 ttti Jt
1ST CO , lit, 'ao
, 2 1791', 17, 179U
H 14S ;l5 141,
21 93H H'i 93i
is 11 79 io;
2 .... . ., Ill
1 37,1 I6U 3;
4 1011, 107, 107 .
56 110 101't 104S
13 US IS', ll'-i
II 9'i 91 Of.
33 31 30 H 30
31 HIS 123 111
51 17 UK HVi
61 47 47
31 131 129
Punla Allegro Sugar 3
1'ure uil 40
Itay. Copper . 6
Ray Copper 6
nepubllo I A Steel . 10
Koyai uuicn, r.. r. aa
. I A San 1'. .... 7
Seara-itoebuek ... I
Sinclair Oil lot
Ske ly 31
Southern I'aclflo ... 3t
Southern Itv . ..... 43
standard 011 ci .
Standard Oil. N. J.
Texae Co, ..
Texaa A Taelfle
Tex Pao Coal Oil 10 34 S IIS
Tobacco Produota ..46 II lia.
Traheconttneniai uil 11 U'-i
Union Oil (Del.) .. 9 17 H'i
Union Pacific 51 HIS 111
United reus 1
Un-.ted Fruit 11 114 110
United ltetall Ktoree 16 16 IIS
tr. K, Fomi I'riwiucta i a
V, h. Ind Alcohol . 17 it
t' H neally
U. B. Hubber . .
It. h. Kteel
U. H. Hill. PId ...
vanaaium oieai ..
Virginia Caro Cham
Wabaih. pfl. "A" ..
weatmgnouae . .
Weatern Union ...
White Motors . ..
Willi a-Overland .
Wlleon r Co
Woolworlh . .
Total nice 940.000.
IS 31S 313 21B
.. 7 Sift 62 1 B3
. 314 lit ISIS 110
..IIS 49 41 49
.. 41 II
..177 107 106
IS Ills ! 111
.4IS 41 41
Vi.tr Yntk Cotton.
NKW TnnK, Oct. 31. Spot cotton
steady, middling 11, toe,
' York Ifnner.
NKW YOltK, OH. 14 Call .money
ateady. high 4. low 1, ruling rate tv
closing bid 4, offered 4, laat loan 4,
iii I.,,.., .Avstnat areaolaneee 4
Time I.nini Kaaler, mlsed collateral
l to lO.day 4 !J C 1 . 4 to 6-mnntha 1
CointnatclgJ Taper mm tiaCtii.
.. 1 t-ll
1 1 11
berir. McOreeyy A Co,
Atlantlo lief., com ...
Att.intlo nef., pfd
l'.utkire Pipe Une
O mil Pip. I.ll,.,,.
Cumberlerd Pipe l.ln.
Eureka ripe r.ma ....
Galena. Klgnal. com ..
(lallna. Signal, pfd ..
I no a '
Indian Pipe Una ...
New York Tranalt
Pialrlii Oil A G
Kouthern Pipe Lin ...
Southern Pa. Oil . ...
youthern Vi. Pip" Line
standard. Indiana ...
Standard, Kanaa, ....
Standard, Kentucky . .
standard, Nehraak ..
Standard, N. J., com ..
Standard, N. J., pfd ..
Standard. N JT
Swan A Finch ..
Union Tank I.lno
.. to 1.4
. . cso
. . 0
Arkamas Nsturst uaa
Pennok . . .
Waahlngton Oil 33
rimlni hid and asked prices of Inde
pendent oil atocka on the New York curb,
a, reported by fitrandberg, McOreevy A
. n; 1 s-11
, 1 1".
, 2 1
, US 11
... 39 S
Oklnliomil City T I, relink.
OKLAHOMA CITY. Oct. 31. Cattle
Iteeelpta 1 300, steers elesdy. top H.00,
bulk 11.1006 0.0. 0'7 yearling helfera
16.00. rotwa around 11.00, calves ateady,
lop 16.00. A-
Hoteiofflte-higher, top II.SI, bulk
!!!!'! MS. I
CHICAOO, Oct. 21 Wheat No. I red
tl.l4ffl.lSS. No. 3 hard tt IStTl.tS,
Corn No, 1 nilied .(ISU.70S, No. I
one No. 5 while 4Hr4Se, tJo. I white
NCW YOltK. Oct. 34. foreign ex
Oreat Jltltaln Pemand 4.14, rablee
4.44, co-day bllla nn banks 4.44 16.16.
Franca Demand 17.07, rabies 17.01.
Italy Demand 4 01, cablea 4 01.
Oermany Demand .02, esblea .05
CHICAOO, Oct, 31 Poultry, allra low.
er, fowla 11821c, turkeys 31c, springs lie,
rolaloea Weak, good atook, receipts
111 cars, total United Statu ahlpmenla
1,211 cars, Wliconils aacked round whllea
90ctT 11.00 cwt., ditto bulk 90(1 9Ie cwt.,
Minnesota bulk round whltee 710 lOe cwt.,
Mlnneeota aacked Ited Hirer Ohtoe tljai
(ft. 10, North Dakota bulk Hid BWer
Ohloa II. 00O1. OB cwt., South Dakota bulk
round whltea No. 1 7ICMI1.C0 cwt.. South
Dakota early Ohloi, bulk, No. 1, 10 Otto
lluttar Unsettled, creamery eitraa tie,
firsts 119190, standarde tolie,
Kgge Uuaettled. 1,016 caaea. firsts II
9tlc, miscellaneous lOlflle, refrigerator
Tnti Uiii b ss .'.It do K'to'e, win
Is lhu fist r i di lu'sj of blue
blood to cnt' 1 tli n m vi' - lio has
attracted imi' h .rirnt on for her
lilfill iuiiic nbilitits
RUSSIA MAY GET
FARMERS OF U. S.
10,000 American Tillers of
the Soil May Take
Farms in Russia
Clilrsgo tirvln Futures.
Open High Uw
1.11S 1.13 t.OIS
1.11S '1S 1 S
1.04 ti I.OIU 1.01
MOSCOW. Tho ltuwlan-AiiK-rl-can
population of snvlot-Mllln llfw
totals mora than twenty thousand
persons. I.udwlK Martens, formerly
soviet lopreiontntlva In tho United
Htntcs, who recently haa boon
charged with tlm colonlzntlou ot nud
nsslstanco to tha icliirnlnc emi
gres, told tho Associated l'rcss ror
respoudnnt that since about .Innuitry,
1921, 20,000 persons have 1011111 from
America to ltussla, thunks to the
work of tho TC' hnlcnl Aid society,
whloh has orcnnlAilloiis In many
Home of theso colonists aro sorry
they left their home in tho ITnltud
.States nnd Canada, while others np
near perfectly contented In Huesla.
Tho correspondent has met both
varieties. All or them liavo nun
Interesttns experiences, nnd those
who havo llvetl lone In America, or
the native born Americans who
lolned various Colonies, are brlnu-
Mr something of American methods
and Anwrlcon stamiurds to emeu,
vIIIiikcs and farms nil over Iluselit,
Tho majority of thoso who havo
como from America nnd Canada to
soviet Ilussla nrn agricultural labor
ers and farmers," Mr. Martens wild,
"of these there nre several groups,
for e-tampl" nt Tamboff, Kuban nnd
Ode.isa. To each, If ho desires to
work his ground nlone, flvo dcs-Jt-tlnes
of land are Riven, but of they
work comtnunuolly they can havo ns
much land 11s they can farm."
At tho present time, because of
Industrial difficulties, greater en
couragement Is extended to farmers
to como to Itusslo. than to Indus
trial workers. I'lann aro now under
way to brine over from tho I'nltcd
States about ten thousand farmers
for colonisation In south Hussla, and
Turkestan, whom they will bo en
couraged to grow cotton.
Of the farming groups already In
Ilussla one of tho moat successful Is
that In the Tamboff nnd Odoura
savcrnmcnts, whero the Russian
Americans have Introduced tractors
nnd other orrlcultural machinery
and nlrendy have reaped 0110 big
Tho correspondent lias encounter
ed more dlncontent among tho In
dustrial groups than among the
farmers, but moat of tho llttln con
cerns started by factory workers,
from America com to bo moro
flourishing today than they wero
sorno months ago.
Among tho Industrial . "Nips there
are 30 tool and din workers who,
under tho namo of tho J.lnk Tool
corporation group, nro Introducing
dlo casting In Ilussla. There nre
nlo two groups of tailors, one long
established, which has undemnno
varying fortunes and the othtr. Just
arrived, whh brought 175.000
worth pf equipment ifl preparlnfc to
turn out American cut clothes,
Dili Officers "Soaked"
COI.UMnriJ, Ohio, Oct. 23 Two
dry enforcemont officers wero so
badly "soaked" during a raid here
that they had to chango their
Iluldlng property of Peter Uos
aettt of Soil Reynolds avenue nt
night, the offleors unearthed n till.
2fi gallons on wine nnd a truckload
of ormy goods.
Rolling a large barrel of wine
from Ilossettl's basement, State Of
ficer Ross and Patrolman Harmond
wr drenched when the barrel
First New Mexico Woman
Nominated for Congress
AMit'tjl KlltJt'K, N. M l!e'-nttettie supreme beiKh nf Sew Mixbo.
fill' is lh' first New Mexico woman Mai tnno Oleri) of Cluad ilalura was
b,i iiutn isiul fur a "At In mi-sicr' tniy of stale nnd ret rv if
ive-i tuttl. 11-wldn Interest bns burn the In'erlor of Mexbo ft. tit 1SI3 ti
if 1 used in the candidacy for the nn- 1 IS nnd w,is n fit nun; a Li.it "if,
li i.n bullae of representatives of nl period. Thete) nro a ibiji n oth--r
1 Mi n Y.li Una Oteto-Wnrreo. It'rpstne" flstire ppimlnent'y In Mr
pi- turo'iuc family historv traces history of thten ti.tlb'iis
1 !.i k t two Illustrious families of I'tiblli 1. 1 If logical.
old spti'i Thsl Mrs. Warren, the de.i rnd
M1.1 tV.nmi w as nominated byant nf such a double line o' at i
t'.e r' 1 ul In an state convention firtr.V, should Kiavllato to pi t II, l.'n
the mi" se.tt In the Inwor house I osseins a nattirnl rtlpll-nlln tf thr
whli It Nov Mexico l llltltled tnl la maxim llmt "blood WiM tel nl
making it spirited rampalun thoiigh this thorough p. 'log tucn
thr .KMoul the etatp. tleth cent iry woman lays !,io s' t t
, Mis. S.nren was born In l.os on "attcestiy"
I. iints. N M. October 33. 1SSI. tthe rollowlnei her gr.td" it' "l from
la a widow nnd strlklnly pretty, the nrnilemv of the Hm 1 II. nt lil
with tho i l"ar cut fealutes churne-Mt Ixlls Mo., Mrs. ,it"'i s, ei '
teilsltc if Lett In beauties. ' her girlhood In New Mix n ' I
Of Xohlc ,iirislrv. rir tnsrriiie to l.leiltrimut Wai en
On her mother's side Mis. War-I'. M. A, whoso doilh a mrrt d
reus Biicestiy Is linciid In unbroken shortly after their wriMitiff Thei .
l,ne back In tho Aragoneae nohillly, wet e no children.
Mrs. Warren's mother being n di- With Anno Morgan
re. t dcacKinlant of Don I'edro de In 1011 Mis Worrrti went ti, Mew
I.uns, of lllili'cj, AntKOit, one of the York t'lty to become associated with
lending splits of the Kurnpenn Anne Moicnn In the notable vacall "!
diplomacy of the tbltteeiith century. eninmlltoo work among poor trim
He headed the Spanish legations Indieii In tho metropolis. She re
Krniice, Klnnders, Kcotlnnd, Unglnnd malneil In this work until 1914,
and Ireland DrecoiidnnlH of Dnnuhen the death of ber mother
I'sdro da l.unn-- Intils n tut Juan brought her bark to New Mexico and
I. ttnn wero captains under Coiles'bs earn of n home, with elx ioung
III tlm Intter's conuuest of Mexico, slaters nnd two brother ch Idren
Don Miguel Vnnilt'lmlrn l.ttnn. was of her mother's second marriage (to
one ot Mexico's famous Jurists In the A. M Ileigern. of ltnta Ke)
middle of the eighteenth century Mis. Warren has since managed
and was rounder of the house whose II. a hoiisohold, although tlm ninr
descendants canto to New Mexico Inrlnga of her slaters has afforded her
the early hbtory of this teglon. Don time to lestims publbi sclvllles,
Domingo tie l.unn, n fltst rotisln ofThosn han Included the campaign
Ihn duke of AlbU'lUetqltn, was the fur i-qual suffrage, which shn led
first of t Ilea I.unt hniisn to si"ttln Inns chairman of New Mexlct Kedora
New Mexico, establishing bis Inunction uf Women's clubs; rhnirmnii of
In I.os l.unas, where the family hnstlie state board of health, will' It
since made Its homo and wheio Mrs. she aided In creating; active mem
Warren wits born. bersblp In various wartime organ!-
On 'ho side of her father, Manuel rations, iii' ltiillng the state council
II. Otero, Mi s. Warren's ancestry of defense, nnd the Red Cross, and
,.to ii.K, l.nnk In iinlir.'ilinii linn to fienrlv fll'n vn.irs ns Sllnerlntelldent
! the Spanish nrlstocracy, finding onof the Sni t,i Ke county schools,
i the wnv many outstanding rigmes Mrs. Warien spenks both English
who held positions of protiilneneo In anil Spanish fluently and Is a rendy
I the mother country, In old Mexico and resourceful debater. She Is a
and In Now Mexico. Don Antonio student of political science and ecou
Ijoso Otero was the first Judgn onir.oy aril n v.ldn reader of hlHory
liven Small Girls
iilusl Have Frocks
Of Cn c civet
Kato Would Resign Premiership
TOKIO.-Thero Is a rumor die
cussed In well Informed clroles. only
In whispers ns jet, to the effoct that
Admiral llnron Kato desires to re
llnitilah tho premiership ns soon as
poeslble. Homo say ho will resign
thlo fall; others nay at tha end of
tho diet In tho spring. The pre
mier's wish, It N wild, comes from
his keen Interest In the development
of constitutional parly government
and his tlenlro not to retard that
liberal progress by keeping a bu
reaucratic ministry In power longer
than Is necessary. Such rumora nn
pear highly probabla viewed In the
light of the nvowed progrwslvo poli
cies of tho premier.
Should Admiral Kato resign be
fore such Is necessitated by diet ac
tion It will bo another sovero blow
at tho genro. When Murquli Mati
stikatit, the elder statesman, placed
the nuvy minister nt tho head of tho
cabinet table It was with tho admis
sion that tho ministry was merely n
stopgap Arrangement. Tho powera
behind tho curtain, however, know
the man they had plrked was strong
tilth tho public and with tho parties;
they depended upon him to secure a
comfortable coalition majority In
tha diet, ns he Is a member of no
faction. And being staunch be
lievers in the advantages of bureau
emtio administration they hoped his
r.tblnct would bo nblo to carry on In
definitely. Has I 'art j- Support,
There has been no secret of tho
fart that the Helyuknl consontcd to
Kato'e solcutlon on n means of giv
ing them time to rebuild tho party
fences and i ostium tho governmental
reins. Tho premier has the nvowed
support of the parly, but Just ns
soon as Is wished that party ran
voto him from power. Whon Ad
miral Kato moved to tho premier's
residence It was assumed thnt the
Selyukal wanted him to retain bin
place for nt least a. year, perhnpn
linger. As yet there Is little to In
dicate that tho parly will withdraw
Us support In the house of repre
sentatives, and lt cannot do so be
fore tho dlot meets far nusinemi in
Considered thus lt nppenm thnt
the premier's motive aro elncero In
that ho ilCHlres to assist In develop.
Ing party government, which really
received Its first encouraging growtn
under Premier Ilara. Possibly the
veteran navy man desires to ha
ntiopted ny the ttoiyuKai; pnssiuiy
ho would lather get away from gov
ernment affairs In order to devote
all his tlmo to his grandchildren. To
ono who known I'rcmlor Kato both
nound logical, but It Is too soon to
foretell what will happen.
Would riilflll Agreement.
Tho grentest desire of tho pie-
Tiller, however, Is to see fulfillment
of tlii Washington conference
treaties by Japan to tho very last
letter, lie ntecred Japan's future
through the conforenco and saved
bis country from tho pawnshop; he
liiis secured ratification of tho
agreement nnd their signature by
tho prince regent; respecting China
no linn started the wheels to turn
ing which rob .in pan of territory
ana power, but win her respect nnd
friendship; ho has had many of tho
ships to be scrapped towed to the
Junkyards nnd their turrets removed
pending ncceptance ot tha treaties
by nil powers.
Whothor ho will be able to go
much fnrther Is unknown. Japan,
branded with tho downfall of Ger
many nn tho most mllltnrlslla power
remaining, now lookn nt l'rnnce with
rapidly Increasing doubt. If Krnnce
backs out of her agreements out nf
splto over tho Herman reparations
situation Japan will mako.no moro.
That prerogative belongs to tho
lulled States nnd Great Hrltaln
along any path that leads lo peace
and away from nn nrmainent race
whlih means Imnkruptcy.
Klectrlc current Is provided for
n n.Allnn f.lntltr.i flPnlni'tOC nf KfRtlPh
I, lliuuuil , ' "J ' ' ' - " "
Invention by nn operator pedaling u.
largo wneei line n uitjui".
NBW YOltK, Oet. II Liberty honile
oliise'l Itss 101.10, first 4Se 94 10. seo
oikI I'le 91 l, thlrit 4(;e 9111. fourth
4l;s It II, Vlrtnty (,, uncalled 100.31,
Victory t,s called 100.01
Nw York Metlile,
NBW TORK. Oct. II. bead Steady.
Spl,l t 10 6) 6 110
Zlnr Quiet, Kt ft Ixuts spot and
near by delivery 7 00O7 0Sc.
li'ni, .ua City drain,
KAMA CITY. Oct 31 Cash Whsst
No 3 hard 11.1381 U. No. 3 red 11.16
' 'rorn So. 3 nabll IJ'.Je. No. 1 yellow 71
-Close -Wheat December l!01Vt10l.
Stay 11014 bid, July 97So split Mil.
Own December ll'.c bid. Illy .61So
aefced. July 61 So split asked.
Tort Worth MieatMk.
fOIlT V'OltTH. Tease. Oet. 14. Cattle
Tlerelpta 1 l0, beevee III0Q1.I0, bulla
13 0063.00. calves I! 00600,
Hogs lleeelpts 100. light I9OOC7I.0I,
heavy IMSI9I7S. plge 18.0091 00.
bheep H'felpta lio. lemba 16,1001110,
atnrker sheeu t;.S03(.S9, feeder Urr.be
WICHirA. Kau. Oct. s ''";-"
eelpte 1.700; :lc lower, top II 10, bulk
Cattle- necelpts 1 100, cererally ateady,
altera It.OOUe 10, now a II I0OS00, bulla
ll.3ICIS.S0, laltee 16.004)9 00.
Ii'iu.-ni ( liy I'riKliire,
KANSAS T1TY. Oct 34. KggS Ic high,
er. (irats lie, poultry and butter un
I'.iiatoes Mlnnee'la Tied ltlvera IMS
(TI 10 cwt., lower Ki-brnska Ohloa f 1.00 O
110 cwt. Colored . wtu'i'a IMOtrllO,
home grosn 6'473- bushsl,
A New Jersey physician has In
vented a solidified kerosene that can
be readily carried nnd madci useful
for lamps by mixing with water.
U. S. Coal Strike Big Help
to British; Miners at Work
LONDON. It's nn 111 wind that
blows nobody good, and while the
Ainorlrdu coal strike may have been
an 111 breeze for tho United States
It blew close to MB. 000.000 nf good
American money Into nngland.
"Tho American coal strike was n
Godsend to the Hngllsli miners," ac
cording to Herbert, Smith, leader nf
tho Kngllsh Miners' federation.
Demands for llrltlsh coal, which
came ns the result uf tha American
strike hnvo put the coal Industry In
Kngland on Its fet and miners hnvo
had their first full tteekn of work
for moro limn n year. A winter that
threatened the utmost poverty docs
not look ns black now as It did dur
ing the early mimmer months and
there are no longer grave feara of
economic suffering among llrltlsh
Illg Orders l'llleil.
When the American strike ended
thero had been moro than nine hun
dred thousand tons of Itrlllah coal
shipped to tho United States and
Canada slnco tho enrly days of
August. During September there
wero 000,000 tons more shipped, nnd
It Is believed that the demand for
coal from American will not subside
until, well Into the winter months.
Tha future contracts have fallen off
considerably since the end of the
American strike, but even now the
demand Is far abovo tho pre-war
The majority of the ordors from
America havo been for industrial
con!, although there has bean n
considerable demand fur bunkering
(Vial. From Canada there has cnrnn
nn Increased demand for tho better
grades of anthracite coal, and the
supplies of this grade uie now very
limited on the Kngllsh market.
The prices of coal In Dngland for
export have fluctuated with the for
tunes of tho American strikers. The
lower grades of export cotil were
selling for less than 20 shillings a
ton when the strlko broke out, and
Immediately the first American or
ders were received iho pi Ices sky
rocketed nnd within a few weeks
there was nn Increase nf 50 per runt.
Since the strike ended, however,
ttiere has been a gradual recession
In the prlre, except in the .nstunce
ot nnthrn Ho coal of the brat quiillt''
.Market W Head
The continental iiurl'ct bus been
Tiractbally closed to tho llrltlsh trade
because of tho rotes of exchange
Herman, buy era ho,vo bicu unublu to
buy at nil nnd French nnd Italian
buyers havo been scarce.
The Kngllsh householder will
probably not feel the effects of the
American demunds upon (ho domes
tic coal market, became A merlin
has been getting only that coal
which usually goes to the continent.
However, thero has been nn Increase
In tha prlco of household coal of
about 20 per cent, hut It Is explained
that this is tlm usual season Increase.
Probably one ofket of tho Ameri
can strike has been an Increase In
the demands from the. United States
and Canada for llrltlsh Iron. In
September orders had been received
for moro than three hundred thou
sond tons of foundry Iron for export
Altogether the American strike
promises to prove a big boon to
Kngllsh Industrial conditions.
Amnesia Victim Keeps
Money in His Mouth
NKW YORK. Oct. 2J. Henry
Ilaumgarten, 73 years old, evidently
a victim of amnesia, recently was
placed In Ilcllevuti hospital, unable
to teell his nddreM, Ho was found
at Second avenue and Thrlty-nlnth
atreet, wulklug back nnd forth, with
u coin in his mouth, completely lost.
A policeman spoke to the old man
and tried to persuade him to remove
the coin before ho swallowed it, but
was unable to do so, and so called
Machinery nna been Inventod with
which one man tan draw tubing
from reservoirs of molten ulasa with,
out blowing, a proreas that hereto
fore has required two men, one with
power ful lungs.
HER LOST FOLKS
Scaled Letter, Kncravctl
King Her Only Cluea
K'NSAH CITY, Jtr. I,. 'i
cnipt to uniitvol the ttustiiy wnh.ll
euiM'unds her birth nnd i ''i
Mis. Krankltn If. Cobb ot On 1 arm
lit, and formerly of Uat nai
' 'ii. his appealed to scrnl ft her
f. .i i .11 h' in to ssslst her. idle lit a
iitliid ail res nnd the third Wtf el
a f .in., r lvinMt City nrti"
A ,'tle,i p'ttor and nn ing atM
r me . In, s by which Mrs til
i i i -i t. f nd her piuiiil . .- o .1
1 1 i -s i id i
OiUv uiilitly she It, m .1,(1 i' 1
neat i h. ftf'er receiving fulii a tt I
fr. nd lo Kansas this tin -iK'
V sealed b'tter ta.is iblaiu'l
Viu foster mother when v.i v
id...iid by her nt tho ago C M
mniiHf "i "it were to hae re rlve.l
Hist letter on your eighteenth blitli
Ti o young woman believes Uia'
If she inn locate her two sell il
fostrr parents they will gln her Ir.
f "rtnntlon telntlvo to her leal pur
clttnge In letters written to her friends
Mis. Cobh state, she whs nd'ip'eil
I James A. I'nytoli and wife, ot
l awlien Ro. k, Kan., whi n she wit
about IS ychih old. Mho satd nhe
W re a ling u that time on which
I'a'Jlliio (I. Lambert, 1901,"
1'nytJtt was piuprletnr of u string
of hotels In Kansas. 11 died When
the ndopted girl wa.1 S years old.
Mrs. I'.iyti.ii married again, and her
present whereabouts Is unknown,
Hhe was ndopted for a socond
tlmo by Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wyntt
After living with Utriii for soon
tlmo Mrs, Cobb left to lake up n
stngo career, taking tho name of
The Wyatts moved from ICnrifia"
City four years ago.
Moro and more are little girls
ronvlng thu styles of their elders nnd
really nun tun not blama them, for
dldn t their ciders first rupy tueir
half socks, bobbed hair nnd enti.tnl
rhocn? Tha little girl of tho family
likes nothing so much ns n dress like
inn urn or it hat or shoes and so ono
may be euro that crepe velvet frocks
will be very popular with youngsters
since It la unn ot tho lienor fubrlcw
In women h gowns,
llrrn la n youthful little- dress
made of crepe velvet in it tan stiaue.
It In n strnlght line (.lip-over model
with n double belt of self materl'il.
Kmbrnldcry, pipings nnd Inverted
pleats In brown form tha trimming
nn the dress. A dimple stylo llko this
when mndo ot such beautiful ma
torlnl inuy Im worn upon nnv oc
casion demanding u dressy froclt.
STATE IS EXCITED
OVER OIL OUTLOOK
EJxpcrt'rJ Report Spurned
as bmall rroducers
Begin to Appear
LINCOLN, Nob. Nebraska Is "nil
lict up" over the prospects of oil de
velopment In the vicinity of Nullgh,
One well has been sunk to n depth
nf too feet nnd la producing 10 bar
rels ot fair quality crude oil a day.
Hut the petrolottm has to be pumped.
The oil was found after tho drill
passed through a thick stratum of
Residents of Nellgh aro making
plans to lease their backyards, us
tho new well Is Just outside the cor
Cloologlsts eay thero Isn't nny oil
dome In tho state. "Oil dome or no
oil ilotno," ray thoso who backed
tho first well, "wo'ro going to keep
on drilling wells ns long as wo find
oil In pitying iiunntltles,"
Oil was first discovered In the
Nellgh section In n. well on tho
homestead of Jmnrs Nash. A few
years after the well was sunk pe
troleum started to appear in Humi
lity on tho sui'faea of the water. The
flow gradually Increased until all
the witter disappeared, nnd Mr.
Nash had a III tie oil well of his own
moduclnir approximately a barrel of
good crude product n day. It Is on
tho Nash rami that the first real
producer has been struck.
Barber Cuts Kiddie's
Hair 38 Years; Quits
AKRON, Ohio, Oct. 23. After
hating cut ihn hair of an average
of fifteen children every working
day for 38 veals of Ills career ns
an Akron harbor, A. tlrosleiian. of
103 West r.lHtalml atreet, has given
up Hie business, lie nan ii'tm
known for a generation hete as the
children's barber. He has sold his
shop, one nf Iho boat equipped In
tho city, and will oerhew mi nibs, ra
zors antl sfleoors from now on. ha
Australia Is experimenting with a
system whereby radio meamigrH are
sent to mail s'e.imcrs that havo left
pert, on which they ore written and
mailed as litters at any p.rt of call.
Pelting Parties Mag
Cause Itoad's Closing
URIIANA, Ohio, Oet. S3.- As a re
suit of the chnrxn that that tho high
way linn become "a rendexvous for
petting imrtlcs," tho old Ilolycrbsa
road, near here, may bu closed.
Tho accusation has boon lodged
by it number of local cltliens. At
a Joint meeting Champaign and
Unlno county commissioners will
consider the mutter. Tho road la
partly In both counties.
It is said tho by-rood Is Utile used
nntl that high hedges on both sides
or tho hUhway afford a rnref socio
sloii. Eat Heartily
Never Feel Old
Hood 1'ood, Well Digested ami
jtnnrt's DrsiM-tmln Tablets MaWn
Ilt'Ht Combination Known.
To feel young nnd chipper, no
matter how many the years, calls for
good atnmuch. All food Is good load
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