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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM SATURDAY, NOV, 9, 1918.
SWINGS IN MARKET
(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Nov. 9. Giant alternate
Brings upward and downward in the
prn market have resulted thl3 week
from false armistice reports and from
radical changes in opinion as 10
whether probable greatly enlarged
, food requirements for Europe, had not
already offset bearish aspects of a
cesFation of hostilities. Prices this
morning compared with a week ago,
were 6c to 9c higher for corn, with
oats up 4c to 5c. Provisions showed
ealna vftrvino: from 22c to $3.60.
As soon as election uncertainties
were removed, buying of corn broad
ened out wonderfully with a majority
of traders taken the position that at
least for the time being all military
and diplomatic factors had been fully
discounted and that the dominating in
fluence would be the urgent economic
necessities overseas. Next day, how
ever, the canard as to an armistice
with Germany suddenly plunged the
trade into confusion, and whipsawed
dealers on both sides of the market.
Convulsive fluctuations continued yes
terday and were offset only in part by
renewal of attention to reports that
the shipping board would concentrate
efforts on rushing subsistence abroad.
Hxnnrt demand helped materially at
critical Junctures to give Independent
strength to oats.
Provisions responded even more
;hnrniv than craln to chances of a
much wider foreign outlet
DIES AT ROCHESTER
' 69 69
69 Va 69 i
CHICAGO GRAIN RANGE
CHICAGO. Nov. 9. The range of
futures on the Chicago Board of Trade
No trading In wheat.
Jan 1194 120
Jan 120 121
Dec. 70 70
Jan 70 70
Jan 26.30 26.62
CHICAGO. Nov. 9. Corn No. 2
yellow $1.26; No. 3 yellow $1.28; No.
4 yellow $1.221.24.
Oats No. 3 white 70271; stand
TOLEDO SEED PRICES.
TOLEDO, O., Nov. 9 Cloverseed:
Prime cash Nov. $24.30; Dec. $24.42
Jan., $24.65; Feb., $24.90.
Alstke: Prime cash $18.90; Dec,
$19.05: Mar.. $19.30.
Timothv: Prime cash, old and new.
$5.07; Dec, $5.12; Jan. $5.20.
CINCINNATI. O.. Nov. 9. Wheat
The Inside quotations represent cars
without billing and outside prices cars
with permits carrying billing privi
leges: No. 1 red winter track $2.24
No. 2 red winter track. .. .$2.2202.23
No. 3 red winter track. .. ,$2.182.20
Low grade as to quality $2.1002.18
Sales five cars.
No. 2 white. $1.50 1.55; No. 3 white,
$1.451.50: No. 4 white. $ 1.35 1.40,
No. 2 yellow, $1.4001.45; No. 3 yellow.
$1.35 1.38; No. 4 yellow, $1.30 1.35;
No. 2 mixed. $1.3501.40; Ear corn
white. $1.35(1.40; yellow, $1.251.35;
mixed, $1.20 1.30.
"chcon" ss 00 0 7.75: good - to choice
lambs. $14.50015.00; common to med-i
lum lambs. $10.0012.00; good to
choice yearlings. $11.0012.00; common
to fair yearlings. $9.0010.75; bucks,
per 100 lbs., $9.0010.00.
CINCINNATI, Nov. .9. Hogs Re
Cattle Receipts. 500. ;
Calves Market slow; $6.00 7.00
ch.n Receiuts." 600; market
i - -
steady ' rv -r
Lambs Market steady. $9.00 15.00.
PITTSBURG. Pa.. Nov. 9. Hogs
Receipts. 7,500; market lower; heavies
$17.7017.S0; heavy Yorkers. $17-2o
O17.60; light Yorkers, $16.50016.75;
pigs. $16.2516.50. , ; .
Sheep ana JuamDs ivetciyi., ,v,
market, steady; top sheep, $11.25; top
Calves Receipts 100; market
steady; top, $18.50.
EAST BUFFALO, Nov. 9 Cattle
noneinto 1.800: slow. waives re
ceipts 150; $1 lower, $70119. Hogs
Receipts 7,200; slow; zociuu '
t,a Tiirorf $18.25018.35; York-
UCaiJ cuv uvv -r
r -.-. i : Vi Vnrters Ann
ers. tiBWXBuso. , aTI
15.75; others unchanged.
CHICAGO. Nov. 9. U. S. Bureau of
Markets. Chicago. Hogs Receipts,
17,000; market, partly active, mostly
10c to 15c lower than yesterday s
average- lights, $17.15018,00; pigs,
tlrfgtl' choice. $14.50015.25; butch
ers. $17.65018.00; packing. $16.50
17 60- throw outs, $15.25016.25. Cat
tleReceipts. 4.000; market, com
pared with a week ago good, choice
native western steers. 15c to 25c high
er; choice beef cows and heifers,
steady; others unevenly 25c to $1 lower-
bulls, 25c lower; stockers and
feeders, 25c to 75c lower; calves, 25c
higher. Sheep-Receipts 3,000; mar
ket compared with a week ago killing
classes of "lambs and light yearlings.
$1.25 to $1.50 lower.
Clarence H. Finney, proprietor of
the Finney Candy shop of this city,
died in Rochester, Minn., at 10.30. Fri-
dav night. Death was a result or tne
Influenza and other complications.
following an operation at the Mayo
Brothers Sanitarium, wnere ir. J?m
nev went two weeks ago for treat
ment. He had been sunenng wun m
health for over six months, and sev
eral times had been in a critical condition.
Mrs. Finney was not with her bus- j
band at the time of his death, as she
Is ill of Influenza at the home of ner'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Davenport, 432 North Seventeenth
The deceased was a well known
business man of this city. His boy
hood home was in Fairmont, Ind., but
he had resided In this city for a num
ber of years and had been proprietor
of the Finney Candy Shop for over
five years. He was formerly connect
ed with the Quaker City and Rich
mond Candy companies. '
Mr. Finney is survived by his wife,
mother, and one sister, Mrs. Glen
Hasley, of this city, and one step-son,
Paul Brower, in the Purdue S. A. T. C.
The body will probably arrive Sun
day afternoon at 3:45 o'clock.
V.C.T. I). ADOPTS
FRENCH WAR ORPHAN
A French war orphan was adopted
by the County W. C. T. U. at a meet
ingof the executive committee of the
county held at the Y. M. C. A., Friday
morning. Mrs. Huff, of Fountain City,
president of the union, presided.
The question of revising the list of
superintendents was discussed, with
the following ones selected: Anti-Narcotics.
Mrs. Miriam Walls; Americanl
eatton, Mrs. Ethel Propst; Christian
Citizenship, Peace, and Arbitration.
Mrs. R. Elma Nlcnoison; naumu
quas, Fairs and Summer Assemblies,
County Executive: -Evangelistic, Miss
Elizabeth Jones: Flower Mission. Mrs.
Ella Wolfard; Franchise, Mrs. Emma
H. Unthank; Home Economics, Mrs.
Emma Hunt; Jail and Prison, Mrs.
Mary Belford; Medal Contests, Mrs.
Rhoda Hunt; Medical Temperance,
Mm Emma Hiatt: Mothers Meeting
and Moral Education, Mrs. Ella Bond;
Press, Miss Mary E. Woodard; Red
Letter Days. Mrs. Elvah Brown; Res
cue, Mrs. Elizabeth Candler; Sabbath
Observance, Mrs. E. E. Davis; Scien
tific Temperance Instructor, Miss Inez
Swain; Systematic Giving. Mrs. Mae
James; Work Among Colored People,
Mrs. W. A. Goins; Work Among Sol
diers and Sailors, Mrs. Edith W. Scott.
The treasurer reported 431 paid
memberships which is a gain of 93
over last year. .
DIES IN ARMY CAMP
CHICAGO, Nov. 9. Butter Market
EggSReceipts 1,848 cases; market
unsettled; firsts 5858; lowest 52.
Live Poultry Market lower; fowls
20024; springs 22; turkeys 20.
Potato Market Unchanged; 45 cars
NEW YORK STOCK LIST.
NEW YORK, Nov. 9 The closing
quotations on the stock exchange
American Can, 47 3-4.
American Locomotive, 67 1-4.
American Beet Sugar, 63 7-8.
American Smelter, 92 3-4.
Anaconda, 72 7-8.
Atchison, 97 3-4.
Btehlehem Steel, bid 62 1-S.
Canadian Pacific, 171.
Chesapeage & Ohio, 613-4.
Great Northern. Pfd.. 103 3-4.
New York Central. 831-2.
No. Pacific, 103.
So. Pacific. 108 1-8.
Pennsylvania, 49 7-8.
U. S. Steel. Com.. 102 3-4.
Funeral services for Everett N. Shel
ton, 19 years old, who died at Camp
Interlaken, at Rolling Prairie, Indiana,
yesterday, of Influenza, will be held
Monday morning at 10 o'clock from
the home, 422 South Fourth street,
and will be private.
He is survived by his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank M. Shelton, and two
Bisters, Ogden and Mrs. H. H. Hartz
ler. He enlisted in the Motor Trans
port Service a few weeks ago, He
had only been sick a few days.
He was a member of the class of
1919 in Richmond high school and wa9
a popular basketball player. He was
a member of the Omicron Pi Sigma
fraternity and belonged to the First
English Lutheran church.
Over 1,400 Records Are
Collected in Drive
Over 1.400 records have been re
ceived by the Slacker Record commit
tee. It is expected that when all the
records are collected there will be as
many as 1.800.
The Elks have promised to give a
number of records. Williamsburg
and other surrounding towns are aid
ing In the drive.
A great many' were collected yes
terday from the schools. A very small
amount of money has been collected.
Luke H. .Wrlgley to Richard Sedg
wick, lot 156, Mendenhall and Coffin
addition, block B, Richmond; $3,800.
John W. Pierson to Cornelius R.
Richardson, trustee, lot 721, Beallview,
Richmond, $240. v
Cornelius R. Richardson, trustee, to
American Trust and Savings Bank,
lot 721, Beallview, Richmond, $1.00.
Monday, November 11. King &oi
omon's Chapter No. 4, R. A. M. Spe
cial convocation and inspection in
Most Excellant Master's Degree, com
mencing at 4 o'clock. Luncheon at
6:30. At 7:30 there will be work and
inspection in Wayne Council No. 10,
Tuesday, November 12. Richmond
Iviiln No. 196. F. and A. M. Called
meeting: work In the Entered Ap-
Wprtneoriav. November 13. Webb
T.odee No. 24. F. and A. M. Called
meeting; work In the Master Mason
rpcr.. at 7:3 o'clock. i '
Thursday, November 14. Richmond
Commandary No. 8, K. T. Special
conclave; work in the Red Cross and
Knight Malta Degree.
Friday, November 15. King Solo
mon's Chapter No. 4, R. A. M. Special
convocation; work in Mark Master's
Saturday. November it. .uoyat
Chanter. No. 49. O. E. S. Stated meet
Meeting Monday to
Organize Motor Corps
A meeting of all women of Wayne
county who are interested m organiz
ing a Red Cross Woman's Motor Corps
will be held Monday afternoon in the
Red Cross rooms on North Ninth
street. All women who are able to
' drive and furnish their cars, without
expense to the Red Cross, are engiDi
to membership, xne age nmius are
iq tn ko rears. Those having
ii vui -- f -w w .
electrics are eligible. Those in charge
of this movement wish to empnasize
that even ii peace i ucvin "
work of the Red Cross will have to be
continued for several years in recon
struction work, so that the work of
this motor corps will continue long
after the war is over.
DIVORCE GRANTED WIFE.
The claim Vierl C. Grlffis against
the estate of Anna Jane McGraw, ask
ing $129.50 was dismissed at the es
The case of Eliza Stevenson against
Evan T. Jones for the appointment of
a guardian, was dismissed at the de
Lulu Early has been granted a di
vorce from John Early on the grounds
of abandonment and. cruel and inhu
Demurrer to the complaint was filed
this morning in the case of the State
of Indiana in the relation of the town
of Centerville against the Terre Haute,
and Indianapolis Traction company.
The complaint of James Cooper
against the Ohio Electric Railway
company $5,000 for damages and per
sonal injuries, was dismissed at plain
Get the Genuinerf5JSy
05iff!din Every Cake
WILLIAM QUIGG ILL
William H. Quigg, who has been
critically ill at his home on South
Twelfth street, is reported to be un
improved. He was stricken with par
alysis two days ago.
PLANE KILLS CHILDREN.
A marriage license has been issued
to Forest Leroy Eadler. soldier, Rich
mond, and Martha Hazel Cordell, Rich
SCRANTON, Pa., Nov. 9. Two chil
dren killed and three other persons
injured when bombing airplane ran
into a crowd gathered to see it fly.
LIVE STOCK PRICES
Paying Oats, 62c; ear com, $1.65;
rye, $1.40; straw, $7.50 a ton.
Selling Cotton seed meal. $62.00 a
.on, $3.25 a cwt; tankage. $93.00 a
tou, $4.75 a cwt; oil meal. $63.50 a
ion. $3.25 a cwt.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. 9.
Hogs Receipts, 7,500.
Cattle Receipts. 1.100.
Calves Receipts, 150.
Sheep Receipts, 250.
Hogs Mixed and selected, 160 to
199 lbs., $17.60; mixed and selected,
180 to 199 lbs.. $17.70; mixed and se
lected. 200 to 224 lbs.. $17.70; fat hogs,
welshing, 130 to 155 lbs., $16,600
17.25; fat back pigs, under nu ids.,
$16.00 down; feeding pigs under 140
FRUIT & VEGETABLES
(Corrected Dally by EggemeyeCi)
FLOODS IN TEXAS.
DALLAS, Tex., Nov. 9. Thirty-six-hour
rains are threatening flood dam
age in north central Texas.
FvLt OF COLD; HAD THE GKIP.
This has been such a trying year for
sickness that many will be pleased to
read how Lewis Newman, 506 North
rand St., Charleston. W. Va., was re
stored to health. He writes: "I was
rirwn sii'k and nothinsr would do me
any good. I was full of cold. Had the
grip until I got two 50c bottles of
Foley's Honey and Tar. It is the best
remedv for grip and colds I ever used."
(Inod for grin, coughs, croup, whooping
cough and common colds. For sale by
A. U. Luken & Co. Adv. -
mimm MlU is Magic
h? eoyssis, grip, croup,
Isthssa, Catarrh, 0!ck
Eveb a Shoe
Economy is playing an
enormous part in win
ning the war. In the
days of old the wreck
age of battle was im
But Today on the
battlefields of France
not even a shoe string
. is wasted.
Guaranteed 5,000 and 6,000 miles.
EXPERT AUTO REPAIRING
WAYNE AUTO CO. I
O. H. Little, Prop.
14 Richmond Ave. Phone 3114
PHOTOS for SOLDIERS
Must Be Mailed
Before Nov. 15
That means appointments NOW
722 MAIN ST RICHMOND. IN&
DON'T WASTE YOUR TIRES
We have all the modern equipment that will turn out
a perfect job and enable you to get many more miles
out of those tires that you have thought of selling for
junk. It's a crime to waste anything these days
and especially tires when you can bring them to our
modern vulcanizing department and have them re
paired for use.
YOUR OLD TIRES RETREADED
Don't forget that our retreading machine is always
reday to retread your tires it makes them look just
like new and gives you many miles and eliminates
418-420 Main Street
New cabbage, 6c pound; Chinese
cabbage, 15c pound; green beans, 15c
pouna; carrots, 5c pound; spring
beets. 5c pound: cauliflower, 15c lb.;
cucumbers, 15c; egg plant, 20 to 25c;
kohlrabi, 10c per bunch; leaf lettuce,
20c per lb.; head lettuce, trimmed,
30c pound, untrimmed, 20c pound;
leak, 10c a tunch; Bermuda onions,
5c per lb.; parsley, 5c a bunch; man
goes, 30c a dozen; tomatoea, 120 a
pound; turnips new, 5c pound; pota
toes new, $1.75; young onions, three
bunches for 10c; breakfast radishes,
5c bunch; endive, 20c piund; button
mushrooms, $1.00 a pound: Brussels
sprouts, 25c straight; parsnips, 5c lb.;
Black walnuts, 10c pound, $3.50 bu.;
Chestnuts, 25c pound; cranberries, 15c
straight; Emperor grapes, 20c pound;
pumpkins and squashes, 2c to 5c per
pound; water cress, 20c per pound.
Eggs, 60c dozen; butter, creamery,
68c pound; country, 60c pound.
Country butter, 60c lb.; eggs, 50c
dozen; old chickens, 18c pound; fry
chickens, 22c pound.
grape fruit, 10c. 15c and 18c; kieter
pears, 10c pound, $2.50 bu.; alligator
pears, 50c each; bulk King apples, 10c
lb., or $1.75 per basket; Jonathan ap
ples 3 lbs., 25c; bananas, 10c lb.; lem
ons, 40c doz.; limes, 50c doz.t oranges,
$1.00 dozen; Tokay grapes, 20c pound
lbs., $16.25 down: good to best fat j pounrt; jersey sweet potatoes, 10c a
SOWS, Jlti.tiVSJ lb.DU; POOr iu f.n
stags, 80 lbs., dock, $15.0017.73.
Cattle Killing steers Extra good,
1,200 lbs., and upward, $17.5019.00;
pood to choice, 1,300 lbs. and upward.
$17.00 18.00; common to medium, 1,
S00 lbs., and upward, $15.5016.50;
good to choice, 1,200 to 1,300 lbs..
$15.00016.50; common to medium, 1,
200 to 1,300 lbs., $14.0051)14.75; good
to choice, 1,100 to 1.200 lbs., $15.003
16 00; common to medium, 1,100 to
1 200 lbs.. $13.50014.25; good to
choice, 1,000 to 1.100 lbs., $11.50(3)
12 60; common to medium, 1,100 to 1.
200 lbs., $13.5014.50; poor to good
under 1,000 lbs.. $9.001100.
Heifers Good to best, 800 lbs. and
upward, $9.00011.00; common to
medium. 800 lbs., $7.0008.75; good to
best, under 800 lbs., $9.00011.50; com
mon to medium, under iw ids.,
Cows Good to best, 1.050 lbs., up
wards. $9.00010.75; common to med
ium. 1.050 lbs., upward, $7.5008.50;
good to best, tinder 1,050 lbs.. $8,000
9 00; common to medium, under 1,050
lbs.. $7.0007.75; canners and cutters,
Bulls Common to best. 1,300 lbs.
upward. $8.00010.50; good to choice,
under 1.300 lbs.. $S.OO01O.5O; fair to
medium, under 1.300 lbs., $7.0008.00;
common to good bolognas, $7.0008 00.
Calves Good to choice veals, under
00 lbs., $16.50017.50; common to
medium veals, under 200 lbs.. $9.00
16 25: Kood to choice heavy calves,
o nnrti 10.00: common to
heavy calves. $6.2508.75.
Stockers and Feeding Cattle Good
to choice steers. 700 lbs. and up.
110 50011-50; common to fair steers,
under 700 lbs., and up, $9.50010.50;
Kood to choice steers, under 700 lb.,
110 00011.00; common to fair steers,
under 700 lbs.. $7.00010.00; medium
to good heifers. $7.5008.50; medium
to good feeding cows. $7.00 8.00;
snrlngers, $8.0009.00; stock calves.
SSlK to 450 lbs.. $10.00011.50.
Shetp and Lambs Good to choice
sheep, $8.0008.50; common to good
PREVENT LA GRIPPE
DR. HEBRAS SAN1-SEPTOL Is a
most effective and far-reaching pre
scription recommended by physicians,
surgeons and hospitals as a preventa
tive against the influenza bacteria.
Directions Use undiluted as a gar
ele. For spraying the nose and
throat in catarrhal affections, croup,
sore throat, etc., add a pinch of salt
to two ounces of solution.
5 Bottles for $1.00
ThistlethwaiteV Cut Rate
p. S. To build up the system and
ward off disease we recommend the
use of Bio-ferin. Adr.
Second County Teachers'
Institute Held Today
The second county institute was
held in the hjgh school today.
The regular routine work was tak
en up. "Thrift in the factory" and
"the Science of Art and teaching"
In the afternoon "learing to earn'
medium ! was the subject under discussion.
The lecture of the session was glV'
en by Henry U. Johnson.
TEACHER EMPLOYED FOR
RICHMOND HIGH SCHOOL
Miss Pansy Newby, a graduate of
Indiana University ha accepted
position in the English department of
the high school.
Miss Anna Finfrock will act as head
of the English department succeeding
Benjamin Null. Mr. Null resigned to
accept a position in Fort Wayne.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
The Boar of Directors of
the Citizens Mutual Fire In
Co. (successor to the
old German Mutual Fire In
surance Association) wish to
call attention to the fact that
this is no longer an exclusive
German organization, Citizens
having desireable property,
furniture and household
goods, are entitled to the pro
tection and low rates offered
by this company. For furth
er information as to rates, etc.
call at No. 901 So. 8th St, or
phone 4051 and your busi
ness will be given prompt at
tention. By order of the Directors,
J. HENRY E. BODE,
OUR GREAT WANT AD MEDIUM TRY PALLADIUM WANT ADS
Published Statement Trust Company
DICKINSON TRUST COMPANY
irnriATi P. HIATT. President
HOWARD CAMPBELL, GEUKUU n.r-uui. x ,
EVERETT R. LEMON, Secy. JESbE A. winia,
Condensed statement of the condition of the Dickinson Trust Company, at
Richmond, in the State of Indiana, at the close of its business on November
1.1918- . i.i.hi...
Capital Stock paid in....$ 200.000.00
Undivided Prifits Net .. 28,773.33
Demand Deposits, Except
Savings Deposits, Except
Trust Deposits, Except -
Snecial Deposits. Except
Due to Banks and Trust
Trust Investments ...... 546,285.41
Treasurer's Checks . . 3,048.06
Loans and Discounts $1,325,322.10
Bonds and Stocks 546,792.14
Company's Building .
Other Real Estate ...
Advances to . Estates and
Trusts' .... . . . .7-. . : . . " 29,596.27
Due from Banks and Trust
Cash on Hand ...... 95,710.72
Total Resources $2,971,251.39
State of Indiana, County of Wayne, ss:
I, Edgar F. Hiatt president of the Dickinson Trust Company, of Rich
mond' do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true.
' EDGAR F. HIATT,
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 9th day of November, 1918.
Clementine Overman, .
My commission expires Feb. 6th, 1922. .
Wc operate a custom a Grist
Mill and Power Seed Cleaner
Special Bulletin received today. It is
bow permitted to teed Rye to cattle
nnd bnnc The only way to Iced
dllU IIUJp. it is to have it ground
Also permitted to feed wlteafi
When yon have your grind
ing done, take home with you
a sack of POLAR BEAR or
PILLSBURY FLOUR, and
"THE FEED MAN"
31-33 S. 6th St.