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THE BICH3IOND PAIXADIU3I AND SUX-TE J.J2GR AM , SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1910.
PAGE SIX. Grande river, forty miles abort? Lar ! do, and it is believed Madero baa re- tha?re. Also U ccmrcander of the Mexican frontier army, has s?r.t tscoutirg parties to prevent Madero from entering Mexico. Captain Cranfee of the Texas Nation al, Guard has been ordered to keep his company ready for duty here. nn A iiuuvu a oiuii J- is believed he has followers who will start the fight in many parts of Mex ico tomorrow. General Lauro Vlllar, JUU Presidential Candidate Threatens War. r f tde MEXICAN UPRISING 3 y)) LIVE STOCK. Indianapolis, Not. 19. celpts Saturday. . boss. M cat tle and 6J0 sheep, shewing a s-in tn noge and slieep but loss cattle compared wtlb a wees ago and a decrease in all lines compare: mils a year ago. Mag. There wit a liberal marketing of hoga. I'nckers, having very Utile opposition from otttslo sources, were Blu lu P': lloii to redum briers, tnkiuff the Keueral sales down lOttlOc under r;rTuny. A load 71 extra good Tlg bogs "'' l ' l,ut tkVw&rTSnt "nr "a aim " tbe bulk of tbe boss sold at IT.iMiT CaMle. There were only a little mt KO rattle aid ralrea aynilable for anlc. but there waa a vrry nulrt dewaud from all eours and the supply waa euual to requirements. The trad lug necessarily ae dull and rrtrsa. If any different, were lower than rlday. Bulla held about steady and calves were weak. keep. There waa a big Katurdny rnn of abeep aid lambe. but a continued fair demand. HaleanxB snewded lu iUlng their con algenioiiie at very tlttl dpreclstlon In prices aa compared with Friday. Lambs ld from V7r. yearling from el'ii 4AO and abeep from 3tt3.. BEfRESKXTtTIVE SALES. IICKIH. . Af.Dh.PrlvelNo. Ho. tS:::; 1.... w.... ' !.... !.... TO.... m.... 441 ll ... 1S4 ... 170 ... 11 60 204 ... ItMl 40 1BU 40 No. . ....... 3.... W6 3 S 3 11 4 3 1 3 3 3........ 2 SA.fWl K7 7.22V4 7. ...... 7.1'ft M . T.2- 0 Ttt 173 . 7.5 k. 0 7..KI ;M 0 ran ! CATTLE. -Kteera A . Trice; No. b. 4.) 3 - Heifers . 4.23 I 4 600 &.M 1 Cows 3 A.rk.Prlre VM 37.WI 213 ... 7.: SI IV NO 7..HI iMH ll 7 35 '.110 T.RTt 24J '.'00 Si.Vt 320 7.40 31 120 7.(X) Giuni CHICAGO. Not. I Wheat fat urea closed H2e higher than Friday's final quocsrioos; roru cioaea c nigner nu oata nnrbaoged. Tbe steady tone In Liv erpool' caused a firm opening with prices 4Vl'c signer ana on tuts nuige large scalper liml aelllug order with tbe re sult that prices were depressed Ou the decline substantial buying orders were encountered and prices gradually moved up. waking irnlu of lc from tbe low figure. Home ff tbe buying was Induced by reported drouth In Argentina. The trade was entirely professional. Corn and onts held within a narrow range and were devoid of feature. (By CHICAGO. A. W. Thomson Co.) Ae Trice 1,01ft 14.73 MO l.lMS H0.I 2S PIS WW 3.2.' 8..V.I 8.73 Bulls 3 1 S Sfll 3 4.0)4 1 -Cslves . 285 .0O 2 M) fl.ix)' 4 1W M 2 832 760 1.O70 1.210 1.2UI 1.13 1,000 1!W 17 170 5.15 3.50 4.00 4 25 4.75 423 4.50 8.MI K..V R.7.1 Article, fipen WHtAT Iec.. V0 May. W . July. KU I'OR.N' Dec.. 44S 44. May. 4V'm 4'li July. 47, OATJ5 rei-.. .to" May. M'; juiy. Jan. I7.'.HI May. IHi'il 11. -.'j r.Aiti - Noy. 10.ft5 Jan. Vi D5 May. ..'. KIRK Jan. 0.12 May. H.h-2 Bid-. tAik lllgb. Low. t'loslne-- Sot. 1. Sot. 18. 200 U.0U 5.00( ."..25 4..MiC(J 4.75 4.2.-. 4 30 4.001'ii 1.75 4.5va 5.S0 4.ifS 4.:n 3.30(5 3.oo CATTLE. STEFRK Onod to choice. 1.5(10 lbs and up 7.00 Common to medium. 1.300 Iba ..- and up 5.S.0 .33 Good to choice. l.MO to 1.230 ... Iba 5..l3 6.2- Common to medium, 1.130 to 1 230 Ida S.ooffI 3.7. Good ! cbolee. 000 to 1. 100 lb 4.73Q 6.73 Common to medium, 000 to 1.100 na 4.ooa 3 1 Eltra choice reetiing, v to 1.100 I ha ........ flood feeding. 800 to 1.000 Iba... Medium feedlug. 700 to 30 Iba. Common to best atockttrs HKirEilH- l.ood to choice.... rnlr to medium Ccmmou to light.... COWS (rod 10 i'h"lre I'ii I r to medium rnnitM an. I iittrfl. ......... . .od to choice ratri ond cnWea 43.1HM&70 W) Common to medium cowa aud Mtmtn nn culTiB 23.tKMilO.O0 Uri.LH AND CALVKH . tiocd to prime export bulls.... Kulrto kooI butcher bulla.... Cemmun bulla t'Oininon to beat veul enlvea... J iilr to good heavy enlvea nous. llest heavies, 219 Iba and up.. Medium and mixed. 100 lbs and up tlo.Ml to choice lights, 100 to 1M) Iba Ci'iuoion to good lights, 125 to ISO Iba Itiiiitfhs heat plus 4.00'ff 4.75 :i .'( :t.U0 1.MI& :i.M i.WWf O.oo 4.'.3'il 4.73 5..V11S 4.00 5.bOIUi 0.00 4.00U b.OU 7.30M 7.43 7.20W T.33 7.20S 7.30 I.lght Pigs Hulk of sates 7.)0( 7.13 o.imim n O.idira 0.25 7.254 V.35 to IHI'EP. choice spring uiedluin wprtug Common lambs ...... Common to lambs ioKt to choice yenrlliitfs ,, Common to uiedlum ycurllnga.. tJood to choice sheep Fair to medium sheep ,. lull to tnrow-ouia... llieedlua ewea llufha. per 150 Iba. 0.30Q 5.75 4.00 5 25 4.23 4.W 8.T.VI; 4.00 3.2'ira 3.3t S.iXK-fi ;i.23 I. 5tir 2.75 II. iHHU 4.0l 3.0041 3.30 OTHER LIVE ftTOCK MARKETS IMTTNBUtU. Nov. 1.-Cattle -Supply, fair ; inn r kit slow ; choice, l.o;.!io.!i ; lrlnif. 0.3o(ifl.ooi fotd. atWN.25; tidy butcher. B-VUMtU: fair. 14.5013.40 : com lunn. f.t06L5Jiu: .common to good fat bulla 83415; common to good fat cows, fi 4.78: helfera, 4ti5.23 freh cwa mid sprinters, mm 03; veul cnlves, lMrt0.o l. .envy and thlu calves. rciMn. 11 nibs-Mupply.' K double ilecks; umrket Sheep mid is: umrket oiill: prliint wethers. 83..itf 4; cuod mixed. I;i.3lia.73: fnlr mixed. KIU3.40: culls and common. Jl.rmf'i'.'.riO; ,. eprtug Inmba. t'n p. 75. Hogs Itecelpt. .tu double decks market lower; prime benvy boga. 87:30 mediums. 87:30(li:7.a5; benvy yorker. 7.;!il fi783; light yorker. 7.33tr7.40; plir. 7.4d (i7.45: roughs. iU.i3; slugs, .''(' o.73. KANT ltl'PK.l.. N. Y.. Not. 1-J. Cat tie Keeeint. 130: market slow aud atendy; prime steers. 80.368.73: butcher rndea. 83trd:. Calves Hecelpts. rm market alow to 81 lower: ill to cliol.-e, f.'N.MtejItO. Hln-ep gnd Lanilm Kccelpts 300; market ncttve and lilglicr; choice inmba. 804JA.23; cull to fair, 83.2..t.V75; jeiirllos. 85i3: sheep, 2.75(rt4.a5. Iloga Hecelpts, 3 100; tnnrket alow to 20o lower; yorker. 7.234J7.:; pigs, s7.4o; mixed. 87.2373o; Tienvy. 7.23J7o; roughs, lo-2:i 0 0u ; stags, 83.73(. IMON ftriK'K Y AUPH, 111., Nov. 10. fcKn prints. Iloga -Uevelpt. market 3c higher; Klgln tuba., mixed and bntcher. l.iiol7.40: gol Mm tubs... beavy, 87.2t7.40; rough henvy. S0.8o4t..lo; Mate prints fii.ct.tqi i .. ; piss, .".wiii.io, mb. vouuiry 1 ooT4 l3.i 44 S,-464- 47H 30 4 354 23', 17.32 16.3U 10.60 10.02 0 60 20 8.02 W- D'J'i 44Vi 4 47 304- 23 33- 00- VV 44 T,- 47, 30- 33 33t 17.22 Id JO 10.43 O.K'J 17.32 10.27 lo.w 0.03 0O- J2V 44 4- 40S 47 4T 309,-" 3:j 3.1 17.25 10.22 10.70 10.00 VALL STREET FINANCIAL NOTES NEW TORK, Not. 19. Stock exchange tranaactlons Saturday morning were In moderate volume and of tbe usual cver- Runday evenlug-up character. During tbe Initial balf hour tbe market was extremely dull and tbe lenders held within narrow fluctuations, starting with fractional ad vances aud within a few minutes became reactionary feature, acorlug a point ndvauce on a mod- International pump common was the 9.32 9 57 9.55 erate volume of buying. Missouri Pacific rose a point. The Hill storks showed pro nounced strength. Union Pacific. Head Ins. Ht. I'aul aud Steel common at tbe end of tbe half hour were above tbe previous closing. The Londou market was strong. Tbe general situation was regarded us more favorable and Wall street waa more optimistic. The technical condition of the market waa pronounced aa bullWb. spe cialist claiming n vulnerable short In terest exists In leading Issues. In the second aud fiiinl hour the buying of Union Pacific waa a feature, thla ac cumulation wna lielleved to be for Influ ent In I Interests. K. Mever Jr. was a per sistent buyer of Steel common, taking upward of 3,000 abates. In tbe e.irly trading London iron a moderate seller of stocks. Rock Island shares were taken by reprcseutatlva brokers aud tbe buying was thought to bo for high-class banking Interests. Tbe closing was st the best fig ures of tbe day und sentiment was decid edly optimistic. Tbe talk was that some good news would be forthcoming early next week and the atreet anticipates something favorable lu the way of in creased railroad rates. NEW YORK STOCKS. (By A. W. Thomson Co. I Nov. 10. open. High. Low. Close. A. B Hepburn, president ef the Cbase nanus! bank ana as president or me ew ierk cuamber or recent SDeecb eald : demand upon capital commerce. In a The unusual) as representet.l aru by commercial banks reslts In large pal from the tiansltion prowess eyerywbtnei 915 6.82 017-t 8.00 912-8.87 INotnlnal. INDIANAPOLIS. Wheat Strong. On track. No. 2 red. 91c; extrn 3 red. Wc ; No. 3 red, Mc: No vember. 91c: December. Olfec; Junuury, . corn veng. Tiirougn timing. .o. z white, 4ic; No. 3 white. 48c; No. wbite. 41V'; No- 2 white mixed. 46Vc; .o. ;i white mlxea, WW: imo. wuite nixed. 44c: No. 2 yellow, 47V4c; No. 3 yellow. 4Tc; No. 4 yellow, 4.1'.ac; No. a intxeii, fi'-.c; .o. j mixeu, iyjc; ro. s mixed. 40V.C Outs Quiet. Hay Unlet. liilectlon: Wheat In: No. 2 red, 1 car; extra No. s red, 2 cars: screenings. 1 car; No. 2 hnrd, 2 cars; total, 0 cars. t urn in: No. 3 wnite, out. 3 enrs; .-o. wl.ltc, new, 8 cars; No. 3 yellow, old. car; No. 4 yellow, ucw, 1 car; old, 3 en in; No. 3 nilxcO. new. 4 cars; o. mixed, new, 4 cars; old, 1 car; sample, ....... A . .1.1 ftn.Al "J - ..nw urn, u vuriii urn, 4 .i. . iui.ii, v.. 1 . tint: No. 3 white. 1 car; No. 3 yellow, 18 curs; No. 3 mixed, 1 enr; total, 'M curs. t :i(s in: o. a mixeu. l car: loiai. i car. out: No. 2 wbite. l cur; standard. care: No. 3 white, 1 car: sample, 1 car; to tal, r, cars. Hay No. 1 t mot by. I car: No. l Heavy clover mixed, I car; total, t cara. WAGON MARKET. Wheat No. 2 red. 8Vc; sum pie milling. HPS? sc. t'orn Old, flO6.V: new, 4.B4Sc. Khflled lHt 3ifrf.l7c. Hay Timothy. l.'.4tl: baled. $13(318; mliKl. Iisraia: baled. lrlj. Straw Outs straw. S66i; wheat straw, LIVERPOOL. LIVERPOOL. Not. l.-VTbe wheat mar ket opened lower on disappointing Ameri can entiles, private reports or larger nua- slan shlumenta than ex nee ted and liberal American snipmeuis, aa suowu uy orau- street s. lleporta from lloumania are ia TfiiiililM nml ilmniiLre renorts from Ar entlnu are lesa fretiuent, with tbe market Hiifiioa Aim nutet nnn nrices uu chanucil to Md higher. Toward the close covrrlnir hf aborts atendled the market ntial quotations were uigncr 10 -tx lower tuun rrldny. BUFFALO. HlTKALO. N. Y.. Not. 19. Wheat No 1 northern. S1.12V.: No. 2 red, 3c; No. 2 while. W2t font o. . yetiow. uoc; :t n.llow. 38c: No. 4 yellow. 57c: No. 3 mixed. 67c. OatsNo. 2 wbite. hoc; No. 3 white. Soir: No. 4 wbite. 34iic; ntnnilard. r.ic. Barley S3ac. Ky No. 1, ;ic; No. 2. 82c. TOLEDO GRAIN. miiTifi iv. Nov. 19. Wheat Cash, WHiC: inn-ember. 95,c; May. 93icf July W'kC om nsil, Ofi:, imTiuutr, v M.iv jvi. .iiitr 4-JVnC. lists . ISO. .vtc lieceml.er. Xlc; May. 3CSc; July, S5ic. Rye Not iiuutcd. Clover seed Cash, i.72'4; Hecctnber. SS.73: Murcli. $S..j. AI-slke-Yrline, s.5; becenilier. f. Timothy Prime aud November. 4.tu. OT1IRR R.IN MARKETS. W11KAT. Close Prftvtout Not. 19. Close. , $1.02 11.02 l.otri Atchlsou 104 Amal. Copper.... 70-? American fan... 10 Am. Cau pfl 77 H Am. Car Vdy... 54 American Loco.. 40 American Smelt. MTi Am. T. & T 142 Vi Kaltlmore & O. . . 17' Brooklyn It. T.. 7H Canndlau Pacific. 190s tt 84 C. M. &, St. P... 124V oiorado fuci... Jt" 'on. tins 13U (1st. Hec 3IV Erie 30 t. Nor. nfd 124 W Kan. City So. .. M & N 141i M. K. T 34", Mo. Parlflc 51T Y. Central... 114U North Pnclflc... llrtw Penn. It. Ft 130 Republic 8tel.. 3. Ren. Steel pfd.. 97 4 Reading 134 Rock island ... 31 . Southern Pacific HSVi l'exaa Oil 13! Tol. St. L. & W. . 2lVj Tol St I. & W pfd 5ol Vnlon l'aclflc 178H S. Steel 81 T. S. Steel tifd... 117W, Utah Copper 60 gei In Minneapolis. Iecctuber Mny Utilntb IccMnter May Winnipeg lcceiulHT May St. Iuls liecember May Kansas City Ie-euiber Ma y New ork Peccuibcr "' May 1.03V 1.04 1.08 .02 .IKJ .91 4j .97 .Wl .91 1.06 101 1.118 .91 .93 91 .v .89 SKI. .97 103 14 10 77 55 '2 142 '78 S4 124 30 130 34 3 124 i4 35 52 114 110 130 ' " ' 154 34 119 24 57 Vi 179 81 117 50 14 70 10 77 54 M 142 "is" inn 84 124 3d 133 34 Vi 30 124Vi U(" 34 51 114 110 129 'i7 154'i, 33 118 24 56 17S 80 117 50 104 70-4 10W, 77 5".Vj 40 bl 142 107 7HSt 190 M 124 36 131 34 80 124 35 51 114 lievi 130 35 PS 154 3.-! 118 139 24 57 17 81 117 50 NEW YORK BONDS. T. Cony. . ,106No. Pae. 1st A. T Att-h. 4s Att-h. Cony. 4s It. It. T. 4s.... I. R. i. 4s .100 98iN. Y. C. 3s... 89 106 Reading 4s 98 K3iSt.L.S.W. 1st 4s. 8J V3 st.L..s.w. .-nas.. r K. I. Ref. 4s. 9o:So. Ry. 5s R. I. Col. 4s. 74 hi So. Ry 4s C.& N.W. Cons. 11 2 Erie tien'l 74 Geu. Klec. 5s... 147 Iron Mt. 5s 102 L.& N.l nlfted 4s 9S M. K. T. 2s 83 M. IV. 1. 5S N. J. C. Os 123 108 76 Tex. Pkc. 5s 100 V. P. Conv. 4s.. 105 V. P. 1st 4s 101 W. Shore 1st 4s. 102 Wabnsh Ref. 4s. 05 Wtshae Con. 5s.. 02 V. S. 8. 5s 103 SHORT TERM NOTES. Rate M.-tt'y. Bid. Asked 1911 Com nany Am. Cigar Co. ser. A. 4 Am. ( tsar Co. ser. U.4 1012 B. & O It It 4 1911 Bethlehem Steel Co... 6 1914 C. A A. R. R. Co 5 1913 Clu.. Ham. & l.-iyton.4 1913 C. C. & St. L. Ry 6 1911 Hudson Companies. . .6 1911 Hudsou Companies... 6 1913 intern, k. i. t o n imii K. C. Ry & Light Co. 6 1912 k. t: i;y & L.int o.n j-.ua Lackawanna Steel Co. 5 1915 Minn. & St. L. R. R..5 1911 N. Y- N. H. A H. Ry.5 1912 St. L. Ac S. F. R. Ry..4 1912 St. L. A 8. K R. Ry..5 1913 Southern Ry Co 5 1013 Weslern T. &' T. Co! '.5 , 1912 Westlngh. Elec. & M.6 1910 99 07 9 ! 9S 97 100 97 97 100 98 95 91 99 100 97 9fi 100 99 100 UK) 98 100 97 98 97 100 98 100 100 99 90 9J 99 J i01 97 17 98 101 99 100 manifest of seeking to convert real estate) Into personal projicrty. Real properties heretofore managed by Individuals are seeking Incorporation, Individual corpora-, tions are seeking auiaigsnintion or ton- solidatlon. farms are lncorporatel and sev-. cr.il farms joined in vne corporation i lenity companies and building construction companies erect and own buildings in many large cities and towns, tine elTe$ r-f thii diversified and sometimes widcl.n diversified ownership Is les concentrated oversight and less enclcnt nian::i.cmcnt. t wish to call attention to the fact that nany real estate properties heretofore Una need by loans from mortgage com pa -i nles. savings banks and iitsuraure coui-i db tiles or individuals by tlii tr.inskloni Into corporations have brought IntJ elst- cuce a new class of securities vtry lartx In volume. Naturally they seek a tuarsco In our money centers and this makes a demand upon commercial banks. This de-, ii ard added to the renuirements of current business has subjected the personal wealth' tt tbe conntry to a severe strain, a strain rot upon our currency, but upon our mo-, bile capital. Vntll this transition process somewhat rbates a very strong demand; uj.oit personal capital cum continue to, exist. Une cloud hangs over the business, oltuatlon, tbe undetermined construction of our corfMiration laws. The most law nbld Ins tnanncer cannot be quite sure whether he U cinformltg to the law or not. This, uncertainty must continue until suits now; pending in the supreme court are decided.. We may well have confidence that conrtsj in construing the anti-trust ' law. what-i ever tbelr decision may be. will point a; "Jij uui i' uiraus vi w xi icq corporniions; can prosecute their business within law and fret from molestation and interfer-i nce. It Is Inconceivable that great aggre gations of capital will not be permitted to contribute to the prosperity of this country ns they now do. ar.d as great nggregatlons of capitnl do In the other commercial nations. President Taft hna given us a gcod business adininistrntion mil no mau ever md the welfare of the mtlon tnor. at beAi-t. His excellent rec ord Is to his credit, to Kuppressiug bad practices o bad corporations. Wall street summary: President William U. McAdoo offers to eo,nlp nnd 0erate Tri-Boro Subway with Important inodificatlonK Annual report of Cnlted fruit com pany hows 26.8 per cent, earned on stock, compared with 19.5 per cent, pre vious year. Hun's review says volume of transactions! still relow hlgrh water mark, but a fair degree of activity exists throughout the; con n try. Rradstreefs says salutary chnnses are reflected In quieting down of speclulation, especially in securities oud cotton. .Iron and steel market coutinues very quiet, with diminishing volume. -More activity in coal trade, psnpclnll anthracite. Banks come out even on weeks' currency! movement. All American enr and foundry nlnnts now operating full capacity. iiue cars lorcmgnt ending Nov. 9, 13, 61. an increase of 6.346. Thirty-nine roads flrct ir VnumhuW show averrge gross Increase 2.55 per cent- Comtnentlna unon recent ronnrti t .kJ Stamiard oil comtianv belli? n honw tiwi. er of money In Wnll street, a new York banker soys- "The Standard oil cr.mpanv is a iar,'e lcn.ier c.r money In Wall street and always bus been. Tbe company lias a, vast surplus, nnd it is its object to obtain) as larKt; u return on tots surplus cash ns possible. It is nothing tv:ioge for tha cntnponv to 'end from S25.000 ont tn ssn j OOfi.000 at a time. There Is nothing extrar-, dinary in such a procedure. It is n plan adopted by all large corporations. Thd 1'nited St es steel corporation is one f the heaviest lenders of money In Wall street. At times as high as $75,000,000 of the steel corporation's money is either in limits or loaned out on good cillatcrlal. The cash holdings of the steel corporation Bt the cl;o of last year were in the neigh- horhood of t,0o0.000. They must-be mucK larger at the prenent time, as the per centage of the mills Is lens and conse quently less cash is required to carry on the business." Laredo, Texas, Nov. 19. The United States government men and the Mex-l ican array scouts are trying to locate! Francisco Madero, the anti-Re-Elec- j tionist candidate for president of Mex-' jco in tbe recent election and his sev-j a I rwL't i-o v Yi j-fc Ias thorn nAlffhhnF. t am iviiv " a o nuvf .av ku ifu wa t hood of CotuIIa early this morning, bound for Mexico. Madero's family owns a big planta tion on the Mexican ' 6ide of the Rio I NEW TORK BANK STATEMENT. NEW YORK. Nov. 19. The clearing house statement of the associated banks of New York City at the close of business Saturday, Nov. 19, was given an follows : Average statement cash reserves. 20.55 per cent. Reserve on all deposits. Increase. $10, 292.000. Reserve less T'ulted States deposits. In crease, $10,302,650. Loans, decrense, $11.02.100. Specie, increase. $.S,671.5o0. Legal tenders Increase. 5H41.500. Iieposits decrease. $2,710,000. Circulation Inciease, $4.V;.300. Total loans. $l.LtJ1.50.t"i. The surplus is $18,1S4.000. as compared with $10.0J4.950 last year and $31.S:i3J25 two years ago. Actual statement of cash reserve, 20.71 per ceut- PUBLIC SALE I will offer at Public Sale at my residence, 1 mile north of New Paris, on Wednesday, No vember 23, 1910, ten head of cattle, including the two stal lions. Bob Mclntire and Quar ter main, 14 head of cattle, 48 head of sheep, 18 head of hogs, some Rhode Island Red chick ens, and a good International manure spreader. Sale will be gin promptly at 10 o'clock a. m. T. FIT2WATER. R -Why Pay Retail Prices When You Can Buy Direct From the Factory? Why pay the Jobbers and Retailers' profit when you can buv at factory prices at home? We manufacture everything in the paint line, and that is what we mean when we say we retail at wholesale prices. We mean Factory prices. Our goods are the best that can be made. WE SAVE YOU MONEY. " We Retail at Wholesale Prices The Old Reliable Paint Co. Harry O. Shaw, Mgr. 1 . Pacific Express Co., old stand, 10 & 12 S. Seventh St. Telephone 2230. I) . n, m-j 1 "sap I PRODUCE MARKETS liuht. irt.n.Vii7..t: ilsa. V7ii f .tHt7.:Ci. t'attle - Itecclpta, MH); market t4lv; hcevea. 4.:VVt7.25; ittwi ami helf era. at H-Kcra and fewlcra. SU4tf.V40; Toana, $1.251 .V4l; culvca. $7(9.'J5. HU- Hvcelpla. .; market ateady; native and vreatern, IJiUXlw; lamb. flnO.10. fIXflNXATI. t.. Not. !. t'attlc -Itc . aii Oalv -Market alow and '.'.e lower: I'hll. cwim. doi.fl.lt) !!823c ICorrecled Dally.) BVTTER. 1 E;JS. "4c!Kreh rgz Sic tc,Lcaa oft .. 32c SJci PofLTKY. 33i-Powla Ue Jtx-Sprlucii, I 1 ti(lr 2 lbs... !V f Over 2 Iba.... .? IScooatcra sc ISciOld torn turkeya lUc um uen turkeys loo tllEESE. X Y. full cream, new N. Y. chedd:tra. V laciiatu full cream Inlry 1 DASTARDLY PLOT to mm SCHIRCK Evidence Before Grand Jury, Made Public, Showed Wife to Be Vampire. lc IScl lScl i-nnit horna, I'hll. cream. fitra. 0 30. lloa-Heceipta. 2.8H4; market ltvlie B",l".?.:to. lc to Me lower: b;mmI to choice packers ml butcher a. $7.1ot7.a. Sheep Kccvlpts, IM; market alow and lower; ettra. .V-'5 j 4. M m ba Market dull aud lower; ex Ira. $4VM PHIIJDELPHIA MAN GIVEN HIGH HONOR lierlin. Iowa, Nor. 19. Isaac Wolf, Jr., of Philadelphia, mho U onn of the- plonecra of the American "com mercial lnraslon of Germany, waa today honored with1 election to the presidency of lo American Associa tion of Commerce und Trades of IWr-Ua. new Imnorted I Hwlii .... .. 32c n Vlb , lrlck lStc i.miirri, new.. ic Ketifcbatrl, Kaale brand. ' larze box $M(i tuall bos Uci Youdk toius. 12 Iba tip 16c Young hens, 8 lbs up 10c Ducka spring r . r 1 0c Ducka, F. V it)c tJeese. F. F. .... 10c lOulnca bene. dos. 94-34 KaoDite, arawn. Cos S?32.50 (American News Service), Wheeling. W. Va., Nov. 19 So sen sational is the character of the evi dence that was presented before the special grand jury which indicted Laura Farns worth Schenck yester day, on the charge of administering poison to her husband, John O. Schenck, a millionaire pork packer, for the purpose of causing hiu death that the members of the grand jury sre telling their friends just what transpired behind the closed dcors. The evidence disclosed there shows NEW TORK. . NF.W YOEK. Nov. 19. Floor Doll an linchaujred. Fork Quiet; tueaa. $11.!. Mr.l- Id settled: middle went. spot. 10M ltdl.Oo. ritiKar Haw. easier; centrlfusala, W teat. S.8ftc; Mucovado. N test. 3.37c; refined, quiet; cut loaf. 5.40c; crtmhed. K .k.. . .i . a mt .. oSfajJiira 7. ou '.iV.StT'iKS the most d-stardly plot ever conceivcJ '!it in,i0r1iV":,c.,,r,.BC; ,S??ntI' iu the mind of a Human Demg. . tiufiMv; clover, awc. lresed Foul- There were only three witnesses The promptness with which British In vestors absorbed the issue of $7,500,000 of Knnsna City Terminal railway bonds, which closed Thursday, has iurticated the resdiness of the Investing; public to taker American securities, according to London financiers. The list was open only twentv four hours when the Issue was overstib-' scribed. The continent applied for a por-J tioti of the issue, wbicli was uot?d at oue-Bulf of 1 per ceut. premium. I'd be the .happiest woman in the world," she continued, It is said. The witness said that Mrs. Schenck ftold her she was "nothing but an In i dian slave" about her home, that her I husband mistreated her and that she I was sick of it all. The whole "Dutch ! Schenck family," she said "made her i sick." All they knew was "money and meat." and all she heard was "money and meat." j Tho witness in order to draw Mrs. l Schenck out. said she wouldn't want I a husband like that either. She said , she believed she'd try to get rid of I him, under such conditions. At tni j remark the witness told the grand I jury Mrs. Schenck laid her open hand Ion the witness' shoulder in a con ft jdential way and said. "Will you help I mo to get rid of him?" The witness further testified that Mrs. Schenck said she pay her well. She told Mrs. Schenck she thought it v.-3s worth ?".000, but Mrs. Schenck said she didn't have that much money, but that she would give her a thous and dollars r.d see that she never had to work again as long as she lived. . Miss Evar.3, the regular nurse told how her suspicions were first aroused and cf informing Dr. FIupp or the sus picious circumstances and of his send ing away two samples of lithia water for analysis. The analysis showed that each contained one grain of ar senic. The case against Mrs. Schenck will bo called in the criminal court on Monday when her counsel will apply for bail. The prosecutor threatens that in case such an application is made, he will demand an immediate tiial. & - One Pric SL Clothiers K Furnishers Cnmrritlrt IQIO The Houk oT kuppeaheasar Cfektsa Schenck has not learned as yet that liia wifr ri hpr Indirtoff "I rovanl rte )NVricffiSS Dr- Frank Imoine Hup?. Mis3 Evans., Dlm as a XfTJ lick ra2n saId the at. if fev 1 in I -iss 4 I TDD AFJHLS (BHVIN ONLY A Coryrifhl I9!0 TV Koum oi Kurrcabci FEW T&A.TTS-OirW You will want to be well garbed oh Thanksgiving while you are eating your turkey dinner and then if you haven't purchased a winter suit or an overcoat it is time you had. This present cold weather will turn still colder and you should be prepared. Anyone having seen the K. & K. line of clothing knows that it is no ordinary line of clothing. We want you to see it. Every garment is well tailored, has many good points not found in other makes. The fit is perfect seems to have grown on you instead of having been brought out of stock. The patterns are the latest Fall style. You will like them. Price $10.00 to $25.00 ASK TRUSTEE FOR f JOHNSONS ESTATE " (American Nrws Srt Ue Chicago, Nor. A report kcs cir culated today to the ctfect that Mi 3. Johnson, wife oS the negro heavy weight pugilist would ask the court for a conservator for his $170,000 es tate aa a reeult of hts breakdown. 7hen asked concerning this report her attorney, Mr. Beerlr aald It was pre nature. Wultry Dull : irecac. 13til4c: ducks. IT'S iSc; fowls. 13Suv,c: turkey a. I4a-i.-: boosters. 10c. C'hecsv Firm aud iuiet atate milk, common to specials. I.l&l'cs kltns, common to specials. 4V36.12I4C; full kliua. 2W3V- ! Butter weak ; receipts, S.M8; creamery extra. airtSlfec; atata dairy, tabs. 24 : loltatloa creamery firsts. S4SQ2!i fees- firm; receipts. 3.3U7; nearby white fancy, tttflw; nearby sailed fancy, 38f 3; frsaa firsts. SltfJSc. rnrraOO. Not. IS. Batter Creamery. a. mis. 30c: first. Vj dairy eitny law-; ir.ta. SBc Esj: rrlme firsts. 31c; firsts. S1r. CsM-Tln. 14littl4Sc( i-uunc Aioericaa, lA'SetlSt.. I.lxe 1'oultry fowl.. 10J10v:; snrtnea. Ilail2c; docks. IHtlSSiC; aese. lSlic. the nurse who waited on Schenck be fore poiscning was suspected, and Miss Kline, a detective nurse. Miss Kline was called Into the case After suspicion was aroused by Dr. Hupp informing Mrs. Schenck that her husband's condition was such that it would be necessary to have another nurse. Miss Kline testified before lit: grand jury that she was in the Schenck home, two days before the patient was removed to the North Wheeling hospital. tending physician tonight. During the past three days the patient has made no progress whatever toward recov ery.". :.. . LUXEMBURG HONORS . HER POPULAR DUKE .X70RMS IS DEAD. ' nightmare? . ' " L - , -No," answered the cynical first rsrto. Kot. Cwtare Worma, Blllter -rd rataer hare nightmare tla fi363 actor cf tie Coaedle t,, uc awake thinking about the Trjk CsA tsy. tca 74. g4aj."-Waahlagtori Etac 4- - J Americaa ?."cws Service Luxemburg, Not. 13. Flags were profusely displsyed today in celebra- Sbe told Mrs. Schenck her 1 tion cf the fifth anniversary of the ac- husband would likely drop dead at ! cession cf the Grand Duke William anv minute. .to the throne of Luxemburg.. The Not Afraid. -He cant die too soon for me." Mrs. Grand Duke, who socceeded his father "Aren't yon afraid eating Welsh rab- Schenck replied, according to the tes-Jin 103. enjoys great popularity among tit after tbe theater will give you timonv of Miss Kline. -If he'd die. I all classes of his subjects. MMlili WANT II (SfldDitlhi- Here is another depart ment that we have always excelled in neat and good looking Boys' Suits and Overcoats, made in the lat est Fall cut and of good material. Let the boys see them at least. We are sure of their approval. Price $2.50 to 07.5O 9 IFtuiiriniSoIhi' Underwear plays an important part these days as you do need wanner undergarments. Different'weigbt and qualities at prices ; of from 50c TO S3jOO PER GARMENT We want you to see the new hat the Adonis a snappy new hat for the younger bunch- It can be worn though by both young and old. It comes to two colors and can be worn either telescoped or creased crown. Price $34)0. Other hats in soft felt and derby at $130 to $3.00. 03 MaSim Qtrcot ;