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t VOL XXVIIN0122 PADUCAH KY TUES DAY EVENING MAY 241910 TEN CENTS PER WEEK > V
SOLDIER OF LEE
CONTRIBUTES TO
BOOKER TS FUND
To Muke Negro Leader Life
Member of Sunday School
Association
Answer to Charge of Unfair
ness of South
f RE AT KEMUIOUS MiirriXiS
uihlngtco + lar 24 DlnciiMlon
a tint In the Worlds sixth Sunday
KI I rnnvcntton over the orltl
t nr wircomo of the IlrltWi dol
tlien publicly heopod upon the
Vti thinirtun oointirlUoe in the
clr hes yoitordiijn for r barring tho
rtro lUlrfate of the Ittrl t of
rov niVa from the mammoth parade
at Friday
FridayMti
Mti two uxtcptlont the rrltlclo
m g M rnioin wore madn by white
nu i mi m addition to the HnflMsh
rip ikoi4 tee American delegates
W V Hart hoad of Ilonn and
I < oj it roller of Plytmoutli church
Drotnn denounced Uio drawing
oftbo color Mno
the Rw John U I Dubo a SiHta
dUK i < ao i tip at ow of the meet
< and c i i lured that ho lied been
tlntud t < > hot ols I In linden and
x York but not In WtitJilnirton
The > w4 fe 4 r HneWant has stirred up
vrr J fv ntrn sod U U not Innirob
au that tin lJtkln may 00 ear
T ril into Mie 1 tOHTWlMlon
Tin < U > work began with olght
iiii 11CIIOfI ii tenfrreneos In which
It uiit + eo nW ed In dlvMans and
H uj ho > ccal Urancho aliiI I
10 jk they f show ntUihan rm
> i in ronv ntlon tall > later while I
thr r < ulth and ri < iniinamlallon of
Hit nnf rency wro prbfwnt d to the
ranv iion anal dlwusMd
1Lran I iwr nro of she North
Am < ii < all wrtton iwiQ 11 chjirgn of
Ilir hllr sNOllnk l TJj > UtrlMl25
ci IN IMI liteo had a ft II1II11 under
> h illrwet on of Hs > iirotidrnt Mrs
St H n Kftwtnn
The dlrxj OVT thin rotor lino
c tiiM > iirnt 1 today wba 1 Booker T
W It in cton ws made A Nt mom
> r and It ll ro MrT U 10Ofl mile
t be t M njrtlr i ptadgedr mostly by
rhirn card t I flolwilM
1 white Me4 U win Kentucky
n I 111t 1Vasb1llt
I irrli1 l a lUll imiwhJntc with
ioii Ie IXH I for throe years
hoail knottier deltjcote from the
floM and 111 Rlvo a hundred dol
lar for that nam >
The mbwriptlon wan quickly made
up
Oilier Hfo riu > lnlH < r hH > wore
Continued on Page Three
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IllLST VTII > XAI SITU TO
nu cniuiiun IIY JULY i
Till otp < r t1on of tontractrir JX
11 Weihel fontrnot to cleur tho
it t anti mak etaivattonv for the
nn < toe lank I bultdlnR to be built
bv the Vint Vnttonnl funk nt Third
ail Brnadutir Vlll ho July 1 Mr
V < > Lot l 4atd lotlay 4mt work
vouil IN > rashtd and otfAtnttanR for
> KionMBt 1 II 0 feet drop hoeiin ns
ion u po ltye lie to to have the
lt < k found itton Jald and bo ready tll
lit ti 1 Oiay Oonttnietlon company
of t tattte bogln the atone work
L I Juh
JuhRoosevelt
Roosevelt Received
I in ton May 24Alexandra thin
qu > n inothnr rood llnotevelt t 1
lilt tli romp room nt Hiicklnriiam pal
DI today and tlmnked America for
t ib Ih mxith > extended hor sHnco
1 lMwarda death Lord Strathconu of
JIIa and Sir George Hold of
1u irilta wore thanked at time santo
tm < They motored about London
ti
t3Roorevnlt
Koonvolt decided today ho
w oMnt i reply to the letter of the
l < iii 4i I Humanitarian society char
o r rin < t his trip to Africa as game
Lilt hors
TORNADO SWEEPS
OVER LOUSIANA
TWO KIIJliD AND 10 HOUSES
DEMOLISHED YESTERDAY
AFTERXOON
iN c w Orleans May 21Two wero
killed and moro than 40 houses wore
demolUhed by n tornado wh < h
Bwopt through Ixinlslnns towns late
yesterday Aria Stroso Abbcjville
Cov nctou anJ Eterwood were dam
ate J Kdward Vlllcrs and daughter
were killed
rya ar
Body 01 Fowler Post 01 Paducah
is Found at Chester III Where it
Had Floated After Saltillo Wreck
Mississippi Slowly Surrend
ering Bodies of its Victims
Seven of Them Have
Been Recovered
The body of Fowler Post third
clerk of tho steamer City of Sol 11110
was recovered from the Mississippi
river this morning at Chester III
about CO miles south of the scone of
tho disaster Tho news was received
lit the city this mnrnluK by relatives
who Immediately wired the news to
Mr Cook Husbands He had left
last night for lien Park the scene
of the wreck
Mr Husbands left today for Ches
ter 111 to take charge of tho body
and Is expected to return with It to
morrow and tho funeral probably
will be held Thursday Mr flue
bands loft last night to make a care
ful patrol of the Mississippi river as
It was time for the bodies to rise to
the surface Tho body was em
balmed at Chester III and an In
quest hold today
Itelntlvea have received but scanty
Information but expect Mr hue
bands to return ns soon ns possible
with the body of his nephew It
Was found by fishermen who have
been constantly on the lookout for
over a week as tho rewards for tho
boil Ion of the passengers aggregate
nearly a thousand dollars
Tho body was Identified by the
clothing and fully verified by his
name In his watch and the mono
gram on a signet ring
I Mrs Edmund Post the mother of
tho unfortunate young man has
homo hor suffering with great forth
tude itlnco the Vreck und the Inabil
ity to recover tho body No expense
has been spared to recover tho body
nnda reward was offered for Its
recovery
lies Mary It YIMIIIK
+ h4alynfra I or rlri 1 j
t who dtbl Saturday nljm ii
Cairo WM hoN al 230 oclock this
M rnoon at tho residence of her
tivr Mrs Joseph W Kiier 820
South Mxthftrcut thr Nov H W
Biirwall parlor of the First Pro by
tnriin church oltldatlhR llurlal was
In Oak Grove cemetery < MrL Youngs
body arrived here last fen I UK and
mein taken to her fJitorTI residence
Betides her hutbaml Air Oharle
Young cho leaves tWbvfbtori t Mrs
Wtnor and Mrs W oS Uroadfoot
both of thl city
Mrs Fredirlrk ite ors fun oral 1
ire IL hold at 230 oclock this after
noon at the St Mathowtf Lutheran
church on the Cart rsvllht road
I llural wan In the Beyer cemetery
The Confederate Monument
>
The Confederate monument nt
oak Grove Is to he erected to the
memory of all the soldiers of tho
Confederacy who ore burled there
some of whom aro unknown anti
some burled In unmarked graves
There Is no especial soldiers lot at
Oak drove and tho graves are wide
ly scattered The monument will be
placed on a vacant lot just back of
the Sogenfoltor lot Tho unveiling
ceremonies will be on June 3
I
Cleveland May 24Time steamer
Frank I Goodyear owned by John
Mitchell Hank at Port Huron this
morning In a collision with the
i steamer James B Wood Eighteen
of limo crow of 23 were drowned
I Tho collision occurred oft Point
I Barcquos Lake Huron The Wood
arrived at Port Huron with two big
holes In her bow Crew refused to
taU They admit crash came lriwi 1
heavy fog Most of Ibo crow of the
Goodytmr lived at Algona Mich
Captain Olbton of the steamer
Wood and crow were given strict
orders by tho owner to ray nothing
about the cause the number of dead
or rescued Captain Pomlngor of
limo Goodyear was rescued but to
fused to give any Information about
time accident It Is reported that the
steward of thin Ooodyear his mother
and time wheelman were rescued
Among the Known drowned art
Ira T I H Bnssett and daughter
Marina of Bay City lIch The
THE WEATHER
The predictions and tempera
ture for the past iKeniyfoiir
hours will bo found at the top
of the seventh column op page
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HACK WAIl RATTLE
Rolgulusa LaMay 24p
Five I men three of them no
grog were killed and a
score wore Injured today In
a race battle at a negro pic
ale near hero Officials of
Bogalusa telegraphed to
nearby towns for help A
quarrel between a white and
a negro started the fight
COUNTY REVENUE
TO BE INCREASED
COUNTY JUIMJK IIAHKIKV SAYS
AHSIUM > WNT IS sum AS
STATE
The Increase of 10 per cent on the
assessment of McCracken county will
mean more money In taxes for the
county The assessment for the
county tax Is the same assessment
as for the state tax and It will
moan a big Increase In taxes to the
county This jnornlng County Judge
Alben W Barkloy said It Is im
possible to separate time county tax
from tho state tax as tho tax In
both Instances Is paid on tho assess
ment fixed by the state board Had
we known that tho Increase In the
assessment would be made the county
ty tax rate possibly would have been
lowered Now It is fixed and that
can not bo undone However thatl
extra money can be used to good
advantage as there are several old
debts owed by the county and the I
money will assist In the payment of
theseSheriff
Sheriff George Houser has his tax
books ready and In a few days will
begin to make out the county tax
buBL U was IIC c ssaryjo wait until
the decision of the state > board be
fore tho work of making out the tax
bills could begin The collection of
county and state taxes will begin In
JuneLORIMER
LORIMER SCANDAL
TRIAL HAS BEGUN
iLAIIEIt
MINOIIITV LDADKIt LEE OXKIL
llltOWNi IS AUHAinVEI
Chicago May NTho trial of
Leo ONVIIl Brown minority leader
of tho Illinois house charged with
bribing Representative White to
vote for Senator Ixirlmor opened be
fore Judge MoSurely today Tho de
fense will begin a light to quarfi the
Indictment claiming IL Is doflcJont
It urged that bribery In a senatorial
mutest can bo tried only by tho fed
eral court
Threw Democratic legislators have
confeiwod to receiving brlbos and
they Implicate Brown
LaKe Steamer Collide
and Many Drowned
boI
toamef William Seamlns It Is be
hovel retcued several Tho Good
rttallllJt
year was bound south with a cargo
of ore
Those saved wore Captain Hemln
gor Frank BastoU Mrs Emma = lias
Itll Engineer I William Grant Fire
man Prank Mollock All tho others
of the ships company are reported
missing Tho report that 18 ore
tlllbing will stand till time steamer
Slemiins roporU at DeTour whether
It rescued anyone
Mrs Lilian Bassett wife of the
steward and her threeyearold son
were knocked from his arms by a
falling hatch and also are among
tho missing
missingTheir
Their Honeymoon
lIoneIIIII I 24810
claDTho convicted Pike county
murder Ross Forbes married Miss
Olani Venters In the county Jail Just
before going to Frankfort to servo
15 years In prison
IlahyV Death 11111
Chicago May 24 Although it
wall believed Andrew Blakley nine
months old had been suffocated by a
cat lucre today the coroners Investi
gation revealed that the Infant died
of pneumonia Just before the In
fant died the household cat was
found lying across the babys neck
YOUNG MOTHER IS
HELD ON CHARGE
OF ABANDONMENT
Left Her Infant at New Rich
mond House Here Yes
terday
II I I
Says Shy Had No Money For
Its Support
Supporttee
tee
HEARD THERE WAS IIOMK uimi
Ignorance of tho law has cost Mrs
Oddle Thomas of Shawncetown III
remorse and she Is occupying a cell
In tho county jail Sixth and Clark
streets for abandoning her four
weeksold boy at the Now Richmond
House yesterday morning She was
held over for an Investigation by the
grand jury Into the case which
Police Judge Cross considers one of
the most pitiful occurrences he has
ever come In contact with since he
has been on the bench
Mrs Thomas was arrested at
Cairo yesterday afternoon just as
she left the stageplank of the
steamer Dick Fowler and was placed
In the holdover until Chief Henry
Slngery arrived Ho returned this
morning with tho young mother In
custody She denied nothing
When Judge Cross announced the
charge Mrs Thomas who sat ap
parently unconcerned In the court
room said Im guilty for I was
Ignorant of the law Im willing to
take the child back and take care
of It
ItThis
This Is too serious a matter
Judge Cross replied and I am going
to let the grand Jury look Into it
She was transferred to the county
Jail
She was Desperate
Mrs Thomas refused to give out
a statement to a reporter for The
Sun add said she would say ThOI
All far as could bo learned about her
from her brief conversation with
Ohle Slifgcry she has a mother and I
stepfather residing in Shawneetown
Mrs Thomas claimed to have mar
ried Charles Thomas a farm hand
at New Madrid Mo last November
A short time ago she returned to
SImwneetovyi In a delicate condition
and four weeks ago the boy was
boat She claims that her husband
was there at the time He returned
to Missouri and Is supposedly work I
Ing on a farm near East Prairie Mo
Being unableNto support herself
and the child Mrs Thomas It Is
saId left Shawneetown after a quar
rel with her parents and left her
babe nt Paducah having heard that
here was a homo here Sho claims
she did not know It was against the
awjWhen
When sho arrived at Cairo she
had less than 50 cents and In order
to pay her faro to least Prairie she
intended pawning her umbrella She
sbolIlltended
broke down and wept at tho Cairo
station Tho message from Chief
Slngery was received just as the
steamer Fowler I was whistling for
time wharf and patrolmen were sent
on the run to meet the boat
Tho child was cured for at the
Now Richmond House yesterday by
ilrs J A Llndell Mrs Weatherwax
and Mrs Uurke boarders and Pro
irlotor Llndell will look after It
until some disposition Is made It
will probably bo placed In tho Home
or the Friendless and afterwards be
sent to tho Kentucky Orphan
AsylumMoss
Moss SvrtiiYD Reversal
Frankfort Ky May 4Spo
ctakMoss vs commonwealth from
Graves county was reversed by the
appellate court Tho appellant was
convicted of carnally knowing a Ie
male undor 10 and was sentenced
to 10 yoara in prison The reversal
vas on account of refusal of the
trial judge to grant a continuance
ALLEGED BRIDGE
GRAFT IS PROBED
I
1111 FISCAL COURT COMMITTKE
HEARS SOME WITNESSES
nODtY
Tho investigating commltteo ap
liolnted by the fiscal court for nn In
vestigation of the alleged bridge
graft was In session today poun
Bilmnn W L Bower who made all
davit that J T Oliphant told him
that he had to fix the gang was i
before the commltteo and told his
story Former County Judge U T
Llghtfoot was also called Tho com
mltteo was In session this morning
and reconvened this afternoon The
members of the committee are
Magistrates Wslston Householder
and Splticr
pltzert
Insurgents Will Try to Stampede
Roosevelt Into Leading Fight on
Cannonism in Coming Campaign
i
Discovery Made That Roose
velt Has Not Been in Sym
pathy With Speaker 01
House For Long Time
Washington May 24Jtoosevelt
Is tin Insurgent for their > battle cry
In the fight for reelection this fall
tho house progressives are planning
to sweep Iloo8uvet Into the midst at
a terrific campaign The secret In
formation on which the Insurgents
based their assurance of Roosevalti
active support against Cannonln
was available for the first time to
day The situation revives the unpub
lI bed report made to the Insurgent
caucus In March 1 1909 by l a commit
tee composed of Nelson of Wiscon
sin Madison of Kansas and Gard
ner of Massachusetts charged with
the mission1 of obtaining the endorse
ment of Roosevelt for Insurgent pol
icies In the closing days of his ad
ministration
The following statements aro In
clothed In the report March 3 1909
Roosevelt proposed to give Nelson a
letter endorsing tho fight on Cannon
and expressed himself as In sym
pathy with tho progressive move
ment He said Cannon la the
greatest obstacle to my efforts to
secure good legislation In my admin i
istration
The afternoon of March 3 the In
surgent committee called on IRtoose
veil and Nelson outlined their plan
of attack on Cannon asking Roose
velt officially to endorse the move
Roosevelt declared his sympathy
with the Insurgents but felt he
should remain silent not wanting
to embarrass Taft After two hours
he raId he would write a letter that
could bcueed among the house without
out reserve but not for publication
The letter was a complete endorse
ment of the IristirgehV program
When the committee left the white
houro It was understood Roosevelt
would write n letter the next day
The next day they called while In
auguration preparations were on
Taft was present when tho commit
tee arrived Roosevelt arose and
shook Nelsons hand and said Im
sorry lie said be reached a decl
blon that the latter would be un
wise from what Taft had said Then
ho took Gardner and Nelson to Taft
to plead with him for several min
Ito
utes to help the Insurgents Tart
I turned off the matter 1n a Joking
way
Roosevelt has not spoken politics
publicly since I The Insurgents have
written Roosevelt frequently since
and his replies are guarded care
fully
Throughout the Interview tho only
objection Roosevelt made to the pub
lic declaration of his sympathy with
the progressive movement was that
his successor might be embarrassed
I dont wont to seem to Inter
fere at all I dont want to appear
to seize the reins from the hands of
my successor he said
One of the last nets of Roosevelts
administration as ho stood In the
presidents room at the capItol was
to take Representatives Gardner and
Nelson by the hand and lead them
to Taft and plead with the presi
dentelect to at least keep your
hands off This he has done
Within a half hour Roosevelt sur
rendered time presidency to Tart and
severed himself from politics
Senate Passes Naval mil
Washington May 24 Defeating
by a vote of 2C to 39 an amendment
offered by Mr liurton to authorize
only one new battleship Instead of
two the senate passed the naval
appropriation bill The bill carried
an appropriation of almost 134
000000 It was before the senate
for two days the debate being con
fined almost exclusively to the bat
tleship question
Two Important amendments were
adopted One of them offered by Sen
ator Johnston appropriates UGO
000 for the purchase of torpeda
boats whoso vitals aro below the
normal load line the other by
Senator Jones eliminates railroad
county and municipal bonds from
the securities which may be deposit
ed by contractors The naval In
crease for the fiscal year ending
Juno 30 1911 provided by the bill
Is as follows
Two firstclass battleships to cost
not exceeding 0000000 each when
equipped with armor and armament
about 13500000 each
Two fleet colliers to cost not ex
ceeding 1000000
Five submarine torpedo boats not
exceeding a total of 2500000
Six torpedo boat destroyers to
cost not exceeding 750000 each
Glasgow Ky May 24SptClal
Mrs Susie Daniels a young mar
Jed woman committed suicide with
carbolic acid after dressing herself
In her best clothes and making all
reparations No cause Is known
t r I
THIS DEVEY SINKS
Mallla May 201Tbe float
Ing dock Dewey which was
towed from the Atlantic coast
to Manila sank here today In
70 feet of water The valves
were opened and for some un
accountable reason couldnt be
closed In time to prevent the
mammoth dock sinking The
machinery probably will be
ruined
OSBORN ORPHANS
GIVEN JUDGMENT T r
JURY AWAHDS THEM 2001
AGAINST SLAYERS OF THEIR
PAT I Kit
I
For the killing of their father
Ethel Grace Owen Carter and
Charles Osburn were awarded 42000 I
damages this morning In circuit
court About a year ago Horace
OsbUrn a street car motorman was
shot and killed by Louis Futroll and
the Infant children filed suit for
damages Little time was consum
ed In the trial as the plaintiff Intro
duced evidence to Ibo effect that Os
burn earned an average salary of
> C5 a month The Jury was out but
L short time and returned a verdict
In favor of tho plaintiff Futrell
resides at Model Tcnn and his
family IB said to have money
Telephone Cnse
For delay In delivering a long
distance telephone message Rebecca
Smith coloredAwas given a verdict
for CO damages against tho East
Tennessee Telephone company The
woman was In Louisville when her
father Amos Smith was shot nnd
killed bt Jonas Smith A long dl s
tance l telephone message was sent to I
Ioulsvlllo for her to come to Padu
cah at once and the plaintiff al
leged the message was not deliver
ed The telephone company tatro
duced proof to the effect that the
message was delivered to the street
address given to the Paducah oper
ator It was tnown that the street
number had been changed and
this was the fault that the message I
did not reach the plaintiff
A verdict for 20055 was returned
this morning In the suit of the Elks
Furniture company against F N
Gardner Jr company The money
was alleged duo on an account
The suit of W D Hedges against
the Paducah Traction company for
damages as the result of personal 1
Injuries was continued by tho plain
tiff until the next term of court
The suit of Elizabeth Rltoff
ffd
against David Rltolt was dismissed
without prejudice
she trial of tho suit of John D
Steele against Perkins was con
tinued until Saturday
Rosa Troutman was granted a di
vorce from Frank Troutman
John McKage and D T Davis
were excused as petit jurors and I
Charles Barber and Joe Purchase
were empanneled
r
HOTEL FIRE RESULTS
IN DEATH OF TWO
Monmouth 111 May 24Two
were killed and one badly Injured
when fire destroyed the City hotel
icro early today The dead are
John Jacobs of Galesburg owner of
the hotel and Bud Miller of Mon
mouth Tho origin of the flro Is a
mystery SIGHT F OVER FEES
OF THE ALMSHOUSE
AHTKK AXD THOMSON WILL
BOTH CLAIM MONEY FROM
COUNTY
It Is practically assured that T
N i Oartee will bring suit to recover
the emoluments of tho office of coun
ty almsboiiiH keeper All efforts to
have the appeal of W A Thompson
from the action of the fiscal court
tried at this term of court have tail
ed and to wait until the next term
would moan tho trial after tile ex
piration of Thompsons term of
office Onrtce will file suit for the
fees allowed tho keeper for feeding
time Inmates Tho bills of W A
Thonm see will be rejected by the
fiscal court and Thompson probably
will file suit to recover the money
moneyI
7
HEATH MAY NOT
GET COUNTY HIGH
ANOTHER SESSION
Unless the People Contribute
Subscription to Build
ing
Professor Ragsdale is Elect t
ed Principal
J
I NOW LOCATED AT LONE OAK
I
Because of the limited financial
condition of the county school board
it may be Impossible to hold the first
session of the county High school la
the new building at Heath unless the
citizens of the town respond with
donations that were promised for the
locating of the school it will re
quire all of the available money of
the school board to pay for the erec
tion of the building and leave the
board without funds to equip it for
the holding of school
As a result the citizens of Heath
will be given an opportunity to pay
the donations that were offered or
the High school will be taught at
Lone Oak again this year When the
rivalry between Lone Oak and Heath
was at the greatest for the location
of the county High school Heath of
fered about 2QQQ la subscriptions
19 a bonus for the school
It was stated at tho meeting that
some of the subscription lists have
been lost and it Is doubtful If the
money carr be raised Because the
school was not taught at Heath last
year some of tie citizens claim that
ihelr promises to pay a subscription
for the school ls not enforceable aid
gContinued on Page Four
ROOSKVELT IS RESTING
Throat gtlll Bother Him = Met 20
Rig Game Hunters in London i
London May 24 RoSSevelE liT
getting a rest Ills throat still
bothers him Ills present host Lieu
tenant Colonel H L Lee former
British military attache 19 doing his
beat to prevail on Roosevelt to rest
up and refuse to see callers Today
he was the guest at luncheon of 20
big game hunters Setb Bullock of
South Dakota was among them
This afternoon at Ambassador
Reids home he met Andrew Carne
gie end Dr William Osier
LEECH GUEST DIES OF
tWOUNDS ON HIS HEAD
News was received today by rela
tives that Mr Leech Guest of
Princeton who was assaulted and
robbed by thugs died last night at
his home Mr Guest was a popular
young man of Princeton and was a
member of a prominent family In
Caldwell county He was a relative
of the Fowler family of this city
Mr Guest was going to his home
when he was assaulted and several
hundred dollars stolen from hIm
Dud Orlder a negro and former
employe of Guest was arrested on
suspicion Officers are after others
Excitement Is high
Estrada Hemmed In
Blueflelds Nicaragua May 24
Reports today say that Estradas
army Is completely hemmed In by
Madrlzs forces Estradas army is
reported cut off from Blueflelds It
is feared Estradas forces w111 not be
able to put up a defense In their
present position
I I
PADUCAH INVENTOR GETS
PATENT ON RAIL JOINT
H Carmak a machinist for tho
Illinois Central railroad at the local
bob has been granted a patent on
a hew rail Joint Mechanics and
experienced railroad men who have
wen the new Joint pronounce it one
of the best Inventions they have BOOn
Dy the now Joint it will not be
necessary to Join the tails with
bolts but the Joints work automati
cally and always holds tho malls
firmly Already Mr Carmak has re
ceived several offers for his rights
but he has not decided when he will
place his patent on the market
lll
Chicago Market
July High Low Close
Wheat 100 97 Ty 98 T
Corn COft 9VV 69
Oats 38 H 38 38I
1lroy
Lard 1262 1235 1837
Ribs 1262 1230 1232
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