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Mondnv. Dor. 11. 1,022.
aoi-K Henderson and Miss
rtha Jacobaon, both of 101 FajrcUe
; rest, Hajniuond, wr licensed to
marry In Chicago Saturday.
A very p-tty birthday vuprlaa
tarty vras glen, Saturday rentnr,
honoring: Mrs. Allan OU of ISflT
Crarflald stret, among th nuesLn
w ere Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Jack
son, Mr. and M3. Fay Eades, Mr.
and Mrs. Bud Burks, Mr and Mrs.
Brt Kennedy and Russell Oltst. The
evening wu most enjoyably spent
listening- to the radio and dancing-.
At a late hour lovely refreshments
ware served. Mrs. CUa wu beauti
fully remembered for this birthday
The home of Mr. s-nd Mrs. J. Rl
btky -was the meeting place for the
South Side Pinochle Club on Satur
day evening. In the pleasant games
of pinochle which were played dur
ing the evening Mrs. Hart and Mr.
Buesel won the first prUe. Mrs.
Russell and Mr. Nowlan the second,
Mrs Kohde and Mr. Riblsky and Mrs.
Riblsky and Mr. DCamp the con
solation prizes. Following: the
jramea .Mrs. Riblsky dellghtej hf
friends with a loTr i-jucheon
nerved at midnight.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ivorenti of
Gary welcomed several dinner
ff-uests to their home last evening.
Dinner was serexi attractively at
six o'clock and a y-xeasant Informal
evening followed. Games and music
wer enjoyed. The Hammond guests
Included Mr .and Mrs. TVilllam
Startrnan, Mr. and Mrs. John Mull
er. Mr. and Mrs. J. M Keller and
Mr and Mrs Frank Morrla
The Tuesday afternon bridge club
will be welcomed by Mrs. W. J. Mc
Aleer, tomorrow afternon at her
home on Webb street for a. one
o'clock luncheon. Bridge will fol
low In the afternoon.
Th Business Rnd Frof es? ionril
vTorr.n Club is to enjoy its evening
his evening at the Brooks house
-here they will be shown the work
ings of th- place. J. M. Ilrte-.vs
fa charge at Brocks h-us wi'l wel
come the Udlcs. A splendid evening
is anticipated. The south bound
ar goes direct to the spot and
one must get off at Fields avenue.
tydift Van Glider Is appearing this
week at McVlckers theater in Chi
cs aro and any or wh has rome
spare time in town would b more
than ropstd to hear her sine Jta
bncra from Carmen In costume fox
it Is one of her best done numbers.
Mrs. '"A'arren I.c"d-n of Carroll
street left yesterday for Montreal,
Canada, where she til spend tin
holidays- Mr. I-oudon will Join her
shortly before the holidays.
Today Is the meeting of the IO
pftnsport 1'resbytery at the First
Presbyterian church. Several mem
bers of the presbytry wero to speak
this afternoon and at six o'clock
:ho cuests find the officers of the
-hurch were to bo served dinner by
;he church ladies. Mr. I L. Horn
forger was the dinner speaker. Dr.
shannon of the Central church in
Chicago will give the address this
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mayer, of Eaton
trcet, entertained over tha week end
Mr. and Mrs. Toner, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Ung-gin and family, all of Chicago.
The Trinity Chapel will be the
scene of a lovely bazaar and bake
ale on this coming Friday, Decora
tor the twelfth, when the ladie3 of
Vhe Trinity Lutheran church, corner
ef VTaltham and Dark Placo. will e.
iibit their splendid things. One of
tha features worth mentioning of
this bazaar will be the sale of at
tractive rag ruga. The sale will
beifln at twelve o'clock. Kelresli
ments will be served.
The Christmas party of the Tast
Chief." Association of Hammond
Temple Pythian Sister?, will be en
loyed tomorrow, Tuesday, December
tie twelfth at the home of Mrs. Ray
Abbott, 38 Sibley street. A grab bag
will be one feature of the afternoon
and a lovely time is expected.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ilonquest, of 103
Sibley street entertained at a fam
ily dinner on Sunday in honor of
1 'ver C7 years agi Rev. Father
T O'B-ion of Liowell, Mass., re
Jorr.mended to h!s parishioners and
friends the prescription that re
'rrd him to health and strength.
I) the people named it Father
Tchn's Medicine, Tt relieves colds,
sloths and heals tho breathing paa-Usi-s
and builds up the body.
As a puarantee that the story of
'.Uher John's Medicine, id abso
lutely true, the sum of JC5.OCO.oO
vi:i be given to any charitable in
itiation if )t can be shown oth:r
i . if. adv.
News and
their daughter, Clara, whose mar.
rlage to Charles Carlson took place
in Crown Point on the first of Decem
ber. Mr. and Mrs. Carlaon have Just
returned from a wetldln trip of
a week's duration to points in Mich
igan and Canada and they will be at
home to the friends on 148 Clin
ton street.
Iaat Friday afternoon found the
members of the "Woman's Home Mis
sionary Society of the First Meth
odist church at the home of Mrs.
D. E. Akers, 28 Mason atret, for their
regular interesting meeting. Corrlne
Ryder had charge of the devo' on
followed by a abort business session.
The supply work for the coming year
will be confined to furnishing cloth
lng for children In the Adeline Smith
home at Little Rock, Arkansas. The
lesson for the afternoon was in
charge of Mr a. 8. L. MoCall. which
dealt with 'The Trend of the Rac
es." and was followed by a general
discuaelon of tho negro problem. At
the close of the meeting, Mrs. Akers
assisted by Mra. Hunt and Mrs. C.
E. Ilollett, served refreshments.
Mrs. G. 1L Austin, of "vTlldwood
road has returned from the Hast
whero she spent the Thanksgiving
holiday with relatives.
Mrs. Glenn Peters, of Forest ave
nue, has as her guest her sister-in-law.
Mrs. Baird, of Doulsvllle, Ken
tucky. --
The Baptist Indies Birthday party
will be held at the home of Mrs.
Otto Boese, 480 Drackert street to
morrow afternoon. Tuesday, at two
thirty o'clock. The ladles will en
joy a Christmas grab bag.
On Thursday. December the four
teenth, at seven thirty o'clock there
will be a pleasantly planned Christ
mas program given at tho Columbia
school. There will also be a sale of
doll clothes and a social time will
follow tho program.
Tho directors of the Alice Club
will meet tomorrow, Tuesday, at the
Alice Club, at two thirty o'clock.
Important things will be Uisctn-sed
and an encouragit lg attendance is
looked for.
Mrs. A. F. Lort. of Toledo, Ohio,
arrived In Hammond on Saturday to
bo the gu"t of her sisters. Mrs. John
Smal1y, of De-trn't street, .and Mrs.
Ilaster. of Mlch'gan avenue, for
faoinc time.
- -
Communication v as received this
morr.irg from the Rock ford. Illinois
Republic, which taid that MUs
Kathryn Huchel. of Moraine avenue,
had been awarded her numeral for
playing on tho Freshman hoskey
team, class of 10TS. at Rockford Col
lege. This is quite an honor to be
one of eleven to mako the team since
there is a frcshm,an class of 1?0 to
select from.
Frank Fisher, aged 53 years, is
seriously injured at St. Margaret's
hospital whence he was taken after
being run down "by a machine driven
by Tony I'eklo, 213 "West Flummer
avenue, yesterday.
Fisher is alleged to have stepped
into the path c" Peklo's car in front
of the east pate of the Malleable
Wanner Iron Co., In Summer blvd.
Cuts to his head and internal in
juries have left him In a critical con
ditlon, physicians say.
Peklo and bis wife together with
a neighbor, were driving east in
their Ford touring car.
To "be graceful will make even the
plainest glfl popular. On the other
hand, a most beautlfu3 girl may be
unpopular if she is awkward.
That is the assertion of Bebe Pan
I'.ls. who is featured with Conrad
Pbooa 446. 91 Stat at., Hammaod.
T'e have about 100 of them
for sale. We do Hemstitching with
gold or Bll-er thread button holes,
buttons cornered, embroidering,
braiding, beading, tucking, fancy
stitching. 12:2:lt
Musical College.
For the study of muale la all It
branchta. Phone lt.
Daughters of Israel will give their
Sixth Annual Dance 'Wednesday
evening. Dec. 13, at Dyndora hotel.
Music will be furnished. l!-9-3t
K. np I. vnnrr
All members aro re-
Vy3" quested to be present at a
meeting tonight. Very irn-l'-"-"t
business. U E. Oardner, C. C
Regular meeting. Tuesday evening
of Golden Rule, Council No. 1 S. & D.
of I,. There will be initiation and
also lunch served.
Members of Garfield
Lodge No. 663 p. & . ,r.
are requested to attend a
calltci meeting to be held Deo. 12,
opening at l.CO p. m. to attend and
conduct funeral services for our late
Rrot hr Herbert. J. Mtliie. Services
at the residence, 183 Sheffield ave
nue at 2:00 o'clock. Interment at
, Oak Hill. Members who can fur
nish cars please notify secretary. F.
J. Fuachrmeyer, W. M.
Renew your membership in the
Red Cross begore Dec. 1G. One dol
lar per year. Headquarters, room
Cj lllmbacli Bldg, phone 140.
The regular meeting of Eastern
Star at Masonic Temple Tuesday, 8
n. m. Annual election of officers.
Secretary will be there early to re
ceive dues. ad'-
N'agel in Fanrhyn Stanrlaws produc
tlon o "Singed "Wlnga" for Para
mount, which will be on view at tbe
Deluxe theatre Wednesday, Thur.i
day and Friday. In the - picture.
Miss Daniels la called on io da a
-eautiful creation, "The Dance of
Death." Clothed in the costume
of a moth, he dances arojnd a
burning candle. A marvelous effect
of grace, combined with entrancing
lights and shadows. Is conveyed to
the screen by the dainty star.
"Orace," explains Miss Daniels, 'is
largely a matter of coirect and com
p'ete control of the muscles and the
nerves. In my opinion, nothing is
to conductive to graoetul movements
as classlo and ballroom dancing. I
think every woman should also par
take &: breathing and body exercises
every morning and night.
"A woman should practice making
certain moves roovea that are com
mon In her everyday actions until
she Is able to do them in the most
graceful manner possible. I be
llore grace as attainable by any
woman if aha but strives to attain it
And X don't believe the woman lives
who does not desire to be graceful
at all times."
The boom on the East Side is re
flected by the activity in real estate
both business and residential.
John McCune, salesman for Woods
Martin & Company, reports sales
amounting to over $50,000 In the
Lyndora Addition during the past
three months. Thes eiales include
a four apartment 'brick C Wallace
Road to David N em eta and brick
two npartment Tyulldlnc on Highland
street to Andrew Nagy.
Also the following Individual
houses on Colombia avenue and Wal
lace Road to A. R. Abbott, Alfred
Bauer, Mrs. Artie Murphy. J. II.
DeBel'.. Robert Boswlnlde. Mann
Spitler, Peter Kuyper, G. H. Jacob
son. John B. Malone and Heltn liar,
Acting as prosecutor nd Judge.
Henry Cleveland In the City court
this morning, arraigned and fined
more than thirty drunks arrested by
police over the week-end.
The stiffest sentence yet given for
intoxication was handed Andrew
Jesern:r.. 345 Pine street, who admit
ted his fourth arrest on charges of
being drunk. Cleveland ga'-e him
a fine of $1 and costs and f-ontcni-e.5
him to C'3 dajs In the county Jail.
Other drunks pleading first and
second offense were fined from Jll
to 1S.
Did You
Hear That?
E. Chicago
TALK Is prevalent among steel
workera of the district for the re
turn of the eight v'Jr day.
MEMBERS of the East Chicago
Club will meet tomorrow ntrht to
elect officers for the year 1923.
COMMANDERS or the East Chlca
go and Indiana Harbor American
Legion are requesting early remit
tances for 19C3 duef.
JIMMT GALVIN. distributor of the
lfra ufate n-itemoblle licenses, will
begin issuing tomorrow from his
place at 3511 Michigan avenue.
JT7ST as everything appeared to
be roiy for locating a state Normal
schoel In Lake county tp pops an
outride county with the same as
plratlons. COMPANIES D and E of the 113th
National Guard Engineer Rsglment
have moved into their new quarters
at the old Field School on Common
wealth avenue.
IT. E. JONES. Employment man
ager at the General American, has
Just returned from Toungstown. O.,
where he was called to the sick bed
of his uncle.
CHAS. H. TRUE, vice-president of
the Superheater Co., and father of
the Twin City Scouts, returned from
New Tork today where he was on
busines sfor his company.
ATTT. Henry w. Petersen, wor.
shlpful master of the Masonic lodge
No. 693. announces a meeting of the
members next Saturday evening for
the purpose of electing officers for
the ensuing year.
POSTMASTER Spencer urges the
mailing of Christmas packages ear
ly. To insTJTe prompt delivery be
suggests that packages for out of
town be mailed this week and those
for the city next week.
IT is expected that winter eondi
tions will affect furnace and steel
works operations In the district to
some extent, yet indications up to
this point In the month seem to fa
vor another increase of output in
Decenvber ,
AN ordinance regulating the op
eratlng of Jitneys and other com
mercial cars in the Twin itles was
placed into effect today. The or
dinance nroldes that this class of
vehicles cannot take on or discbarge
J passengers within a certain radius
of the four corners, on both sides or
the city.
T DO." Harold Lloyd's newest As-
soclated Exhibitors' comedy. Is for
those who are married, those who
expect to tie married and those who
don't want to he married. It ts
also for the children of parents and
the parents of children. Outside
of these classes, no one will be ad
mitted to the Hartley theatre to
night and Tuesday when narold
Lloyd will demonstrate In two reels,
the, rerults of a sltnule, "T Do." It's
a merry, matrimonfal mix-up.
SPONSORED r the Gary Board
of Realtors, the first real estate
class will be conducted at the Jeffer
son school this evening.
ONLT twelve more shopping days
to get your Christmas presents
ready. lrcaarrts advise not to
wait, until tha rush af tha Lamr. day.
TOXtffT"'ball ia bslnig ttriterr up: by
girls at Che Gary T... "W..C-. A- SHx
teams will enmoxerfa in thm .itv tim-
plonahtp race which will be held
this week.
MORE than 150.000 was paid out
laat week by Gary banks to Xmas
savings depositors. There were
approximately 1.500 residents who
had accounts.
JUDGE Marcus Kavanaugh of Chi
cago addressed a large crowd at the
forum lecture at Temple Israel lu
Gar yesterday .fternoon. His
aubject was "Obedience to Law."
F. Richard Schaaf, K. M. Davis,
E. C. Simpson, Harvey Watson, II.
R. Snyder. J. R. Snyder and F E.
Westoott are amons the Gary'
who attended tho Indiana Society
tanquet in Chicago Saturday night.
HEARING of the arson case of
Sam Mlchopoulos of Gary, who is
alleged to have set Are to bis res
taurant at 8th avenue and Washing
ton st.. Is set for trial in the Crlm
inal court at Crown Point tomor
row. 1923 license plates will be distrib
uted to Lake County auto owners
at the Gary, Hammond, Indiana Har
mor and Crown Point branch offices
of the Hoosler State Auto Associa
tion according to field secretary
Williams today.
BASKET BALI j enthusiasts of
Lake county are cordially Invited to
attend a meeting at the Gary T. M.
C. A. Wednesday afternoon when
physical director Jack Gllroy of the
Gady nchool system wlil Interpret
the new basketball rulings.
CASPARI MONTI, witness in the
Gary 'booxe and conspiracy cases,
which are being heard 'by the Feder
al grand Jury who accidentally shot
himself a week ago Is still confined
at the Mercy hospital and on the
road to recovery.
W. O. ROTHERMEU Gary grocer
had a habit of lighting a match to
see how much gasoline there was
In the tank of his auto. He tried
it again at the gas filling station
and there was an txploelon this
time which set fire to his car and
caused a 3125 damage.
ALTHOUGH Judge William M.
Dunn of Gary played nls first game
of golf last July, he Is now one of
the most ardent golfers at the Gary
Country Club. R.aln or shine the
Judge can be seen heading for the
links. He was one of the few who
braved the weather yesterday and
played eighteen holes.
NEW BEIXFORD. .Mass.. Pec. 11
SIt firemen were Injured and one
hundred and seventy five persons
were made homeless) by two fires
that caused damage estimated st
J1T5.O00. Thriilng rescues were
made d-urtng the conflagration.
OTTCAGO, Dec. 11 An vnldentl
fled woman was lnstant'y killed to
day when she Jumped or fe:l from
a station platform In front of a
speeding lntrurban train.
5he wis 'hurTed twenty feet and
picked tip dead.
Hundreds cf workers waiting on
the platiform saw the woman killed.
DURANGO. Colo., Pec. 11 Rod S
Day, editor of the Durango Demo.
c-at. today was freed of the charge
of having murdered William Wood,
eiitor of the Durango Herald.
A Jury returned a verdict of not
rruilty after deliberating nearly 21
hours .
STRE.ETMAN. Texas, Dec. 11
rosses are rcourlng the srjrroundlr.g
country here today searching for a
negro who early this morning as
Faulted a young woman.
HiUous pcopk. nrc than
'for constipation
For Everybody
Dennison literally showers fa
vors upon party folks. For what
gay party is complete without its
decorated cups for candy and
nuts, its snappers and paper
You can buy Dcnnison favors
ready made or you can make
them yourself with crepe paper.
Plan for them on your next
Miss Freeman, direct from the
New York store of the Dennison
Mfg. Co.. will be here all this
week, instructing special after
noon and evening classes in the
making of these favors. In
structions FREE.
629 H oilman St
All business houses and schools
have closed and the entire popula
tion haa Joined In the search. Blood,
hounds have ben sent for. A lynch
ing probably will follow If the ne
gro is apprehended.
DUBLIN, Dec. 11 How changed
Dublin Is to what It was ten years
ago. The Irish capital used to be
one of the gayest eitlea In Europe.
There was no unemployment, there
were no strikes, no shooting, bomb
ing and ambushes.
Nowadays the Irish capital's
streets and principal buildings are
a heap of ruins. The streets are
unsafe day as well as night; at any
moment anywhere there rr.ay be an
attack upon the Free State troops
by de Valera's followers. It is a
curious fact that from such a meth
od of warfare It Is not the troops
or their attackers who suffer most,
but the peaceful citizens.
Day after day ono hears the
mournful tur.es of the bands play
ing the funeral march for some
brave Irishman who has been
killed not by the hands of the
British or the Bla'k and Tan, but
by his own fellow countrymen. Rob
beries at the revolver's point occur
almost daily in every street. At
night the snap of the sniper's rifle
and the rattle of tha machine gun
keep good Irishmen from their hard
earned rest. Such 1s Dublin today
a city fast drifting to anarchy.
Itt 10 MEET
Township trustees who meet Tues
day In tho thirty-second annual
convention of the Indiana Stale as
sociation of Township Trustees wi'l
oppose a recommendation contained
in the report of tne Indiana tiluca
catlonal survey commission It Is
predicted. The recommendation
wuold abolish the Jurisdiction of
township trustees over township
schools. The convention will con
tinue for three days.
William H. Evans, trustee of
Washington township, said the pri
mary purpose of th convention
will be to, protect the Interests of
the trustee. Addresses will b
mad by Mayor Lw Shank; W. E.
Waggoner, state school Inspector;
Joseph E. Hanley. of V-loomlngton ;
D. K. Stewart, of Edinburg, and
Iawrene Orr. an examiner of the
stat board of accounts.
Officers of tho association are
Alva D. Swope. of Lebanon, presi
dent Scott Brandenburg, of New
Palestine, vice-president, and Jos
eph M. Hillman. who lives near In
dianapolis, secretary.
INDIANA POLL-, Ind.. Dec. 11.
Fir the second time within a few
weeks, ro'obers carried away the
safe of the Pure Oil Filling Station
here early today. The first time
the robbers carted away JV9 wi'li
the '--'nit and this time approximate
ly $200.
in '- 2 Tier rnt of the population
" TC h-slnn. Jamaica. i white.
1 .,
CHICAGO, Dec. 11. Definite sug
gestions for a new finance system
for rural credits were made In a
speech before the American Farm
Bureau Federation here today by
Bernard M. Earuch, New York
financier and economic expert at
the Paris peace conference.
Increased volumes of credit
should be assured for (1) the mora
orderly marketing- of crops, (2) for
the purpose of raising and market
ing cattle, and (3) for productive
purposes, Baruch pointed out. These
may be attained through a central
agency, rigidly departmentalized,
with regional loan institutions, ne
The weakness of rural financing
has caused the farmers to absorb
much. If not most, of the losses of
adjustment and readjustment." Bar
uch declared. "Millions of good
farmers on good land and with good
crops are actually running thsir
business, through no fault of their
own or the mischange of fortune,
at a los3 that spells ruin if contin
ued." The purchasing price of farm
products, he pointed out. Is only 6
cents cn the dollar compared with
what it was In 1 913.
"The proper thoory for dorretlon
should be based primarily upon the
fact that without regular access
to commensurate financing, modern
business with Its highly specialized
production snd distribution would
be Impossible." said Banish. "Agri
cultural needs llks facilities in or
der to be placed upon an equality
with all other Industries with
which It has to deal."
"It must be remembered, howev
ever, he added," that no legislation
can create higher prices for the
farmer. But It can give him an
equal access to credit, and freedom
toma rket his crop more at his own
Co-operative marketing. better
transportation facilities and wider
foreign markets, should b aimed
pt by the Farm Bureau Federation.
Baruch declared, the matter of cre
dit, however, was potntnl out to
b'i "basic and primary."
Half Dozen Cops Are
Perplexed by Curfe 'w
AKRON. O.. Dec Now that Cuy
ahoca Falls, near here ,has a curfew
ordlnanre, police are wondering Vow
i to enforce it. The new lnw is sup
i posed to keep children under s!x
i teen off the streets after 9 o'clock
p. m. Tlire are more children un
der sixteen In Cuyahoga Falls than
thr are adults, and the poller force
consists of half a doren cops, ith
two short at the present time.
According lo tests of the bureau
of standards, this country makes
better chemical glassware than has
ever been imported wit hrespect to
resistance. to rbetniril attack,
power to withstand sudden cooling
and mechanical strength.
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A 1 ; i I : "iiu ! ! h 4 4
American i"sir anrf Fou n d ry . . 1 S 4 1
The alert business man deal
ing with present day condi
tions knows that the big word
today is "Turnover." Wheth
er he be a merchant, manu-
facturer, jobber, or banker, he
sees that one thing with a
clear vision unbiased by the
limits of his own business. It
is in the air, and on the tip of
every tongue.
And yet many of them entirely too
many are thinking on only one side of
Turnover. They think of it as meaning
rapid selling putting money in and get
ting it out quickly and at a profit. They
realize that they must put greatly increas
ed effort back of all their plans for selling
and distribution.
The other half of Turnover is the con
sumer. All selling plans and efforts fail if
the consumer dessn't want to buy. His
desire for the product must be created.
He must meet the seller half way. He
must be in a mood to buy before the
talesman meets him across the counter.
Published by the Lake County Times, m co-cperatien
vith The American Association of Advertising AjencicsJ
American Ioco 123
American Steel Foundry S8'4
American Tel and Tel 124V
Baltimore and Ohio 42i
Beth. Steel B C:i
California Tetroleum 55
Chesaneake and Ohio .'. 68
Chicago and Nw 80 i
Colo Fuel 25
General Motors 13"
Laekawana Steel "Vi
Lehigh Valley 63
jleVican Pi
.ilidvale Steel 284
Northern Pacific 74s
Pure Oil
Railway Steel Springs 113!Jt
Reading 76
Republic Iron and Steel 46i
Studebaker 1321,
Tex. Co 43
C. S. Steel 103
VYesllnghouse 34
Willys Overland
Sinclair Oil 21
CHICAGO, Dec. 11 Gralna display
ed a bullish undercurrent today, al
though the close was somewhat ir
regulax. At one point during the trading.
May and July wheat, all of the oata
futures and December corn made
ne-- highs on their respective cropa.
The early advance, however, was
met with much liquidation and pric
es reacted somewhat.
Wheat closed lo lower to 7So
higher than the finish of last week;
corn l-4c higher and oats J,a to 1 l-8c
Provisions were higher; lard clos
ed 7 Va to 15c up; January ribs 27Hc
HOGS Receipts 52.000. Market 5
to 10c higher. Bulk $8.2038.40. top
$8.50; heavyweight $8.258.45; me
dium weight $8.353 8 50; light lights
f S.40?S.50: heavy packing sows,
smooth $7.71 ft $8.00 ; packing sows
rought $7.40'?? 8.50.
CATTLE Receipts 28.000. Market
slow but steady. Beef steers, choice
and prime. $12. 50&13.50; medium
and good $9.00 11.73; good and
choice $12.013.5O; common and
medium $7.50311.50; butcher cattle,
heifers $500310.00; cows $4.003 8.00;
bulls $3.5037.00
SHEET Receipts 23.000. Market
weak to C5c lower. Fat lambs $14 50
ft, 15.25; lambs, culis and common,
I '.0.00 0 12.50; year ings $11.00 3 13.00
weathers $7.50 3 9-50
BUTTER Receipts, 5.444 tubs; ere
amery, extra. 55 - : extra first.. 5115
54 i; firsts, 4S3E0; packing stock,
"4 -3 3?.
E-GGS Receipts. 4. 263 cases: mis
celaneous. 45 350; ordinary firsts, 42
B; firsts. 49353; extra, 2S'a323.
LIVE I"OT"LTRT Turkeys, 25;
chickens. 17321: springs. 10; roost
ers. 13: geese, 18.
POTATOES Receipts, 35 cars;
Wis. round white. 75 3 85: MJnn. sack
ed a.r.d bulk, 70 3 SO; Idaho rurals No.
1, 110: Mont. Russetts, 11031.
VEAL 50 to 60 lbs.. 8 3 9c; 70 to
sn lbs. 10311c; SO to 110 lbs.. 113
12c; fancy thick. 13??14c; overweight
130 to 175 lbs., 53Sc.
CLOVER Cash. 1SS5: Dec, 13SS:
Jan.. 1C53; Feb. 1400; Mch., 1390.
ALSIKE Cash, 1100: Dec, 1100;
Fern... 1120; March. 1123.
TIMOTHT Cash, new S49: cash
old, 350; Dec. new. 340; old, S30;
March, new, 360; old. "70.
HOGS Receipts. 11,500; market 1s
active. 5 to 10 higher: bulk, mixed
and paekinfr grades, 725SS00; bulk
butchers. SP0?j'S?n: bulk, 7393S20;
bulk of rales. 7?0-frS20; top, s;5.
CATTLE Recepts, 11,000; market
beef steers, slow, weak to 23 lower;
bulk. 15fi25 lower; veals, stockers
I urinover
That is the function of Ad
vertising to create consumer
demand and consumer pref
erence. With this demand as
a fact all selling plans have a
chance to succeed. Without
it they fail. The only chance
for salesmanship to succeed
without an existing demand is
for salesmanship to assume
the task that belongs to adver
tising the task of creating
If the present efforts that are being
put into selling were amply supported
by a corresponding effort to create con
sumer demand through Advertising, the
business conditions of this country would
be rapidly changed into an era of great
prosperity in spite of Old World con
ditions and everything else.
Hie proof of this is in tho fact that
right now, under these very conditions,
the manufacturers who are putting proper
emphasis on creating a demand for their
product, as well as Belling it, are doing a
big business and are actually getting the
high turnover that others are trying 99
strenuously to get through intensive sell-mg.
and feeders, firm.
SHEEP Receipts. 13,000; market
killing classes mostly steady; to
lam.s 1475; fed clipped, 1275; wet
ers 25; ewes, 700; feeding lamb.
25 to 50 higher; early top feeding
lambs. H2o.
HOGS Receipts, 5,000; market t
steady to strong; range, 725SCf';
bulk, 7900820.
CATTLE Receipts, 2,500; market
killing fltock steady; stockers. slow
short feds. 6003 350; fed butcher.
4S0IJSG0; unfed butchers. 2003475.
canners and cutters, 2253 350: stoc
kers and yearlings, good. 550 5 6 7 S :
plan, 400(9 525; feeding cows and
heifers. 2753475.
SHEEP Receipts, 500; market is
CATTLK Receipt a, 3.1W head;
market active; prime eteers, 10501?
1150: shipping steers, 1050CH2S:'
butcher grades, 89; heifers, 660 ft
E50; cows, 17535:5: bulls, 3253525;
miik cows and stringers, 403125;
feeders, 600700.
CALVES Receipts, l.EDO; tnsrkti
I active; cull to choice, S18.
400; market, active; choice lambs, 15
31550: cull to fair, 831350; yearl
ings, 75031360; sheep, 3336.
HOGS Re-celpts. 20.000; market is
active; yorkers, 33910; pigs, 9325;
mixed, S853900; heavy, ; roughs,
7750; stags, 4503550.
COTTLE Rc e 1 p t 7.690. Market
steady. Native bef ters 111.00 ff
IS. 25. Yearling eteert and he!fr
$3.D0 13.00. cow.. $3.OO'J6.09; rtock
srs and feeders $3.00 S1?. 25; alv
533HS1073; cinnerg and cutters $! 50
(3 3.25.
HOGS Receipts 17.089. Market
17.000. Market 10 fcljrher. Mlxe I
and butchers S.50360; good
heavies g.50gS.6X
SHEET" Receipts 1,600. Market
steady to gtronfr. Mutton ewes 16. 00
6.73; lambs $12.00 3115.09; canner
and choppers $1.0033.50.
-WHEAT Xi. 3 red', 131; No. 2
hard. 124124li: No. 1 northern
Bprin, dk.. 132i: No. 21f. 125 3-1.
CORN No. 2M. 74S7i,'i; No. 2
white. 74'5 75V4: No. 2 rellow, 74
75'; No. 3M. 72 E-SS'73 3-4; No. 3
white. 7373 3:4: No. 3 yellow. 71
1:4'374: No. 4M. 71(g74: No. 4 Trhlte.
70 3;4'(T711.s; No. 4 yellow, 713 74'j
OATS No. 2 white. 45H3 4'
No. 3 -white. 45346 1:4; No. 4 l-.Uo.
43 3:43 44 3:4.
CATTLE Supply. 120f; market !
23c hljrher; choice. 1025 911: prlrr..
P63'31025; srood, 360S1025; tdy Int.
chers. S30060; fair. SCj-??; common
7251rS2?: common to rood. fat bul1".
ZZOGG; common to jrocd hull?. "on :
fi: common to good fat cows, 2307 :
heifer, 430 ft 765: fresh co'S and
springers, 60S 100; veal calves, 13:
heavy and thin calves 51".
SHEEP AND IAJIG5 50 hea.l;
market steady; prime wethers, $25 ?
850; rood mixed. 72338; fair n lxe-i.
35037; culls and common, 257(00;
lambs. 1523.
ITCjS Receipts, S.000; market Is
5 higher: prime heavy hogs. 550 P
175; mediums. 93315; heavy yorker.
r315; llrht yorkers. 3S915: rough".
7 1? 515: stags, 4 3 430; heavy mixed.
irrrrNEAPOLis. kxnit. okatn'
-WHEAT July 115 1-2B; May, lis
3:4-7:8: Tc. 118 3:4$?:.
CORN- -May. 63 1:45; Dec. 65 'i?;
RYE May. S2 1:?; Dec. SO 5:R.
OAT? May, 3? 3:4; Dec. 37 l:lf.
FLAX May. 2433: Dec, 23B.
BARLEY May, 57 3:4; Dee... S3

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