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) i yfy -.- -b , Ui .Tall Btrtat, Nanr Torts, On. W. Cor taia awning coBtiaaad --; and taeyatvey 1 taa atock iteutt daallMS tltora war at thTM axBlanationa. Ftnt the rket was relieved from -Jad "taima MlUnx" which ba4 am coins on for over month mA the tetter people who had aold " Mat to establish their loss was rried buying back. Second, the 1 New Year predictions regarding the post nest outlook ' were beginning lo come in and all of them were optimistic. 1 This and the prospect of many sore similar forecasts daring the ext few days will be undoubtedly T' motive for the buying. .Third, there was the announcement of a 3t cent per barrel advance In .'.Pennsylvania crude oil. which bore out a little ahead of time axpecta ..Akons long held, that -a rise .in oil 'prices waa near. Oil shares nat . wrally took the lead but the ad "'Twoce was especially rigorous in stocks which bad suffered most - from the tax selling. At the came , ; jJUme there was an all round re-j sumption of pool activities which (ave the market much the same '- appearance as it had in uctooer. it j - was the livei'est two hours, in fact, that Wall street hss seen since the culmination of autumn campaign. The activity lay mainly along Speculative lines. -The foreign exchanges . were '.generally higher. French francs advancing tor the third day in suc cession. l Liberty .Bonds BSth Close ..101.28 100.92 101.00 ..100.84 ia. 3s .... 14b. 3s, R . Lib. 2d Is ... 1 Lib. 1st m Lib. 1st 4V.S. Lib. 1-2 4. ? Lib. 2d 4Vis . Lib. 3d 4s Lib. 3d 4is, LO), th 4s IS.2S 99.08 98.90 99.00 9S.54 99.04 98.80 98.04 9S.9S 99.08 98.40 98.92 98.80 98.66 9854 98.98 98.94 98.70 Ub. 4th 4Us. R 98.70 44 100.34 100.32 100.34 Tic. 4s. R ...100.06 , U. S. A. 44 ... 99.94 99.90 99.94 DRY ilEWYEAR'S EVE IS PROMISE FEDERAL AGENT f Continued from First Page.) -come to It and a Happy New .Tear." " There were no parties or gather ings scheduled in Rock Island in tended to attract those who believe the three-mile limit extends both ways from the coast shore line. So entertainment committees of the parties planned in this city tomor row shrugged their shoulders and let it go at that Dinner-dances in Moline hotels E at which the rule of the manage ment is "the guest is always right , wiu ku aueaa wim ineir scneauied ( affairs and pass the buck to the gnests. "We dont handle liquor,"' managers said. "If our guests i E 'brink their own refreshments that 1 i ,1a not our concern." F D.. t a, . Agent Prenderxast has no 1uris- dic:ion in Davenport. R. E. Muhs, ia prohibition enforcement officer , : there and he has announced that ' there will be no "let down of the bars" tomorrow night. Manv folks Kwho go to Davenport to greet the ! new year and have never been ar ty rested for violation of the Volstead act don't expect to be tomorrow 'night Farmers ; : given freedom PmMent Hardin? fom mates Sea. tewces f I. w. W. Leaden;. J , . . 3fast Leave Ceaatry. 'vraehlngton. Dec 30. The sen j tepees of eight members of the In- I-fMisu-iai noraers ot ue World, k eonvk-ted In the Haywood case of wraspiracy and violating of war time laws, were commuted by President Harding today to expire at once on conditions that the eight . prisoners leave the United ) States and never return. . , All of the men are subject to de portation and it was a condition of . their commutation that should they t return to this country the clemency I granted would be void. It waa fur 1 ther said that the president had i reached the decision that should t any of them return, they will be apprehended and returned to Leav I jenworth penitentiary to serve out j the remainder of his sentence. , j The prisoners will be given sixty 10 arrange ror tcetr vweparture, and will be required to .tTe bond on their departure from prison that they will appear at a jatated time and surrender them- ,! .Mives for deportation. ; i The men whose sentences were t commuted were: t Aurelio VincenU Atuaria, aen- if jwnna -ro z years. C J. Boorg, ten years. . . , ., Peter Green. 10 years. . ' ' Charles L. Lambert, 20 years. Harry Lloyd; five yeara. I 7 ii ; wirt Lorton. year,, Sam Scarlett 20 years. Archie Sinclair, 10 years. . MUGHES PL1X. i Kew Haven. Conn, Dec 30. Sec tary Hughes proposes tnterna mal commiaaion of eminent tii dan to fix amount of German AaMricas Esr. ......:..... 71 ab ABwtai.T. A T. . ....Ul iwlM Woota ....V. Anaconda Coffer ........... Aicalsoa s . ... Atlantic Oalf Want urn. Ralrtwln Locomottva ...l....Ut Balthaora A Ohio ttU Bethlehem Steel B Central Leather ........ .41 Chandler Motor ............ 7 rkMUMki A Ohio . 71'A so-(Chicago, Mil. St. T-.tX 14 ;X, &lP. 32 C A N. W. ............. W Corn Products .114. Crucible Steel ....... 70H Famous Players-Lasar ...... Slit General Asphalt , General Motors ............. 14 Illinois Central ..i;.. ....... .113 Int. Mer. Marine prtd. 43 Kelly-Springfield Tire 4S Mexican Petroleum ....280 Midrale Steel . . ...... H New Tork Central ...v4s Northern Tactile. 744 Pan American Petroleum .... 91 Pennsylvania .... 41i .... 93 People's Gas Pure Oil Reading ............. Republic Iron A Steel Royal Dutch, N. T. ... .... 2'A 7 4S .... S2 35 Sinclair Oil Southern Pacific .... 89H .... 41H Standard Oil of X. J. ... Studebaker Corporation Texas Co. '. 117 .... 48H Tobacco Products 84 ..1.138 Union Pacific United States Rubber . . . United States Steel .... Ittah Copper Willys Overland International" Harvester . . . . 56' .....1064 65 .... .... 88'i Washington. Dec 30. Weather outlook - for the week beginning Monday, Jan. 1: i ., . Region of the Great Lakes: Much cloudiness and frequent snows or rains; temperature about normal. Region of the upper Mississippi ana lower Missouri vaiieys: un-i erally fair except rain or snow about middle of the week. Temper-1 ature normal or aoove ue nrsi half, then week. - colder latter half of Chicago Potatoes. Chicago. Dec 30. Potatoes: Steady; receipts 43 cars; total United States shipments, 472 cars; (Wisconsin, sacked and bulk. Round ! Whites, S090 cwt; Minnesota, i Bac sea anu duik nouna wnues, ia S5 cwt; Idaho, sacked Russets, sNo. . 1 branded. 1.40 cwt.;. un j branded and frozen; 1.00 1.10 cwt; Michigan, bulk Round Whites, partly graded, 80 So cwt. i Weather Forecast (j t ; 3 1 All the news all the time The 4vrru 1 i SALESMAN SAME Cutting Exposes.' : -;ff r : , : c BVSWAN (( coot mfeHT-i for&OTTb get tfrcw h N f . f 7 rxiKitFfjA ., rv" iiVwl-? r- vuRb.-neK rRTw nei.t ---A it)4D rr b this . "tomS U X? ft M l'i ? &7f I aw .1 aP- - i BBPW awaa- I I ll i Mw I I W fr mil VI H BU 1 I S 1 III 'J . I '. Ba M B la J.TII ' I I I S - - I aw aw' I I I n 1-1-1 aaW W J'SW a r rj. V I kf Ul It.! a.w4 . M r . . W. .aaaw I I H II Bf 'kaaV m 111 rr-'iff.. 1MF I B V 111 1 I I I ai af I DOINGS OF THE DUFFS - ' ; : v Swapping Days. A Pi OVER AND TOOK A SLANT WtLL.rM GLAoV JiJ? r COC?3 t DiDi. V7X SrUASArn ' ATTHATHEW HO05EOR IT HAS VOOR. Y GlVrTV A SVMElt T wHftTA H ( yooRSTOtW.tfEE.lT'S APPROVAL-I SlSriSwlin' DORlS A HAVE OF FORGETT1MG VOU SlVE Y NOWDISSIUL 'pi I I "i rr"in ro a virv it- ti- ir.a . ' . 1 : 1 riftjuriiarKltJNU A Broken 'Surprise. . V AWT LATE -mg ) t "TAatB UXTfAMO VOUcCEMKttt A --HaJT A M5f I 1 -N I T 'si I II i I , A I aaHr-M i V VfllJ 7 .V""; I 'rt -tliiV " - ' - I I . . 1 w II or jay. Dijkjr. iarMfii l a aa - -, .- - 1 1 I 1 - . . . ,.e.' .r If LaawkBaBtesBl f:-ias ,r '- Jfini' I L - asl. 1 - f""- --yB 1 Chicago, Doe. wheat forniahed s little thrill for the traders today. . The start was higher bat aT4-ceut break was fol- kni ihnaillilalT br a. S-ceat re-1 action. Thronattout the lWainderjM'' of the session a see-eaw motion was! noted in the price-of the current ; delivery. - The -actio of deferm contracts also was erratic. There was farther selling at the opening, bat support was uncover ed and this caused shorts to want to take profits. Around" the -previous closing . level there '. was enough selling to' checfc the upturn. Milling demand for wheat was slow but a local shipper sold 38.000 bush els of wheat to an. exporter, the first worked in sometime. Sea board reported beavjr- quotations prevailing there. Receipts of wheat continue of heavy volume: ( Market closed Vic oS to 1H9 np; Decem ber. 16 1.26 V; May 124 1J24; July, 113Ll3lfc. Corn was again well supported. December had a dip at the start after an advance and then prices rallied to a new high level. The fact that January corn sold at 6c discount suggests inflation of the current delivery. The late months started lower but rallied on local buying. Discounts for No. 3 corn were wider. Shipping sales were 35.000 bushels. Market closed H lc up: December. 754; May, 7272iJc; July. 726720.: Oats followed ear grains, a lead ing elevator interest supporting the market on the weak spots. Ship ping demand was better with sales of 340.000 bushels reported. Mar ket closed c off to t up; De cember, 42c; May, 44!'45c; July, 42VC Provisions followed the trend of ciosea iuie up, uu uu9 w . . . rt n i r . I and dins &ci oft to 2c np. m.: T3 vuntagu iiuiuiuiu, Chicago, Dec 30. Butter: , TJn- changed. ' Eggs: Unchanged; reeapts 1.9S9 cases. Poultry: Alive, higher; , fowls, 15 23; springs, 19; roosters, 13; turkeys, 25; geese. If. : - , - Peoria Livestock. Peoria, I1L, Dect 30. -Hogs: ceipts 1.000; steady to strong; top; g.30; lights 80 8 J30; mediums 808.30; heavies 8.15 8.25; packers, 7.00 7.50. Cattle: receipts 125; steady. Silver. New Tork. Dec. 30. Foreign bar silver 64; Mexican dollars 494. : 1 Vhaat Opeav Kfeft. Low. Cloee. Dee. .....Lr7L17L LXHk XW LB l-32L3eLzJ Jalr ......USLU)iLUUX Cori Dee .74 ' Jl May .tvk .71 M .7tk JvXf .70 .73 ..7t .71 Oata , ,' " Dee. ...i. vM14' 42 .41 -4J May .44 .46 .44 July M .41 .41 .42 ..Lard , -,. Jaa. 10.75 10.87 10.7 10.87 .. 11.00 11.12 1L00 1L10 ..... 10.67 .. ..... . ... . ..... 14-65 jiay Grain Cfcicagc asn pram. .. WHEAT. Ko. t hard, 1.25. Ko. S hard. 1.25. - - -No. 2 dark northern. L26. CORK. ' -Ko. 2 mixed, 7374. No. 3 mixed, 7172. . No. 4 mixed. 69H- No. 2 yellow, 74475. " No. 3 yellow, 71 73. No. 4 yellow. 69370. No. 2 white. 744744. "- ' No. 3 white, 71871. No. 4 white, 69 A . OTHER GRAINS. . Rye: No. 2," 89 . Barley: 6070. Timothy seed: -. 6.00 6.50. Clover seed: 15.Q0 20.25. PROVISIONS. Nominal. -,.''-Lard: : 10.8". ' - . Ribs: 10.50U.5O. : - St. Lcuis Cash Grain. St. Louis. 'Mo, Dec 30j Cash wheat: No. 3 red, L351.37; No. 4 red, L24L25. Corn: No. .2 white.' 72; No. 3 white, 7070. . Oats: No. 2 white, 46 47; No. 3 white, 4646. es Dvausas uj vsau waiu Kansas City, Mo, Dec 30. Cash .wheat: No. 2 hard, L14L19; No. 2 red, L2SL30. j Corn: No. 2 white, 69; No. 2 i yellow, 69; No. 2 mixed, 69. j Oats: No. 2 white, 45 45; No. Peoria Grain. Peoria, 111., Dec 30. Corn: Re ceipts, 50 cars; to 1 cent higher; No. 3 yeUow. 70U70. , Oat: Receipts. 10 cars; un changed; No. 2 white, 45. Toledo Seed. Toledo, Ohio, Dec 30. Clover seed: prime, cash. 13.45; December 13.45; March, 13.67. Timothy: prime, cash (old) 355; March (old) 3.75; (new) 3.65. , A - -j J I r ' . A . I m - A Sir Keith Smith. British aviator, above, was tn San Francisco recent ly preparing tor hie Sight aroniM the world next spring! tt wf be the first anmnd-tbe-gMbw ; flight ver attempted. , - . i v--V--- POLICEMAffIS SLAIN IN FIGHT Probatioaary Officer la Chicane aJlled by Roughs After He . Defended Girl From IbsbIl Chicago, Dec 30. A policeman was killed .and one of three men,4 who accosted and fired upon a party of high school students, f slightly wounding a girl, waa fatally shot here today in the ensuing' pistol fight with police. t The high school students were returning home from a dance whep the three men set upon them. One of the trio was said to hare ac costed Minnie --Fickeisteln. 17, the wounded girl, who - resented his remarks. ; - When the girl remonstrated the man's two companions Joined him I and he was then reported to have ! begun firing, alsss Finkelstein was struck in the hip. Then the trio fled. - - William J. CMalley, probationary policeman, was shot as he gave chase to the men. A companion officer, firing at the" running man, succeeded- in halting him with a ballet.' At the hospital' the man! said be was John Reeves of Harvey, 111. He was shot in the chest and was not expected to live. The twp other men escaped. EOSEX PASSES. New York. Dec. 30. Harry B7 Rosen, Predited with having written thirte insurance policies for more than $1,000,000 each, and several of $2,000,000, died. eon Vflom SUtdt Tards, Cbkago: Dee. 2B-Lteattck rHa waa- of IK tie auu iadit.nuiik Ww llaht and -nS choice catUe were offered. While (he week wa-a-dajr ahoit; showed larger ngnrev rttaa last wdek. OBly-about 640 bogs were held jpver 10m yesterday, and the trade was strong today, prices go ing to ibe week s best point. tJght rssu .were reported at ail large markets, for the. day.-" ,ecflpta- were 500 cattle; 800 hogs, 2,009 sheen and 300 caivea. ' Sa good steers were offered. to dy. Some small lots nf medbub and plainer ranimals were ia the pens, and prices were called, steady. Compared with ' a week ago. the general run of Steers showed a. de cline of 50 6i 7 a cents, with- stuff selling around- 68.50 at more, drop; cows and heifers recovered .35 50 cents-of last week's loss, while can ners closed 15 25 cents higher for the period, - with bologna bolls showing a gain of 3550 cents. Calves also were up about 75 cents ftor stock to packere. . , , Demand was active after a slow start, and values were 015 cents hbsher. Prime light Jots went at 3S.65. hile many -good heavy butchers sold at $8.40. There was also a fair demand for packing hogs, with good loads at $8.00. Sel- ' n3 'ew hogs unsold at the close.. A week ago today, top hogs sold at S.6U. . - t SHEEP. Nd good lambs were on sale trf- day and the trade was only a nomi nal, one.. Compared with. a week ago, fat lambs 'were down about 15 pnfs. while rear irrades were isJ wnrs while beavy grades vOT 35 cents lower. Demand for agdd muttons was good, and here values closed 50 75 cents higher , with choice ewes at $8.50 8.65. . Kansas City Livestock, Kansas City, Mo., Dec 30. Cat- tie receipts, 125. For the week: Ruf ctoora mnatlv IS. ranta lnwmr- - ' J ! seme off more; top 10.00; oula,v i.tw S.50: fat She-stock. " steady to I5!waw umb I4wi540 j . Sauve lamba 13 25fal5 30 ,-8 ' ?"er u" -"c:;i-wi.ba. poor u beat call... is o. iv w 19 wuu ms-iei, uunn, uig m cents higher;' oalves averaging 50 cents higher;, etockers and-feed ers, steady ; '.stock calves and stock cows and heifers, steady to strong. Hog receipts. -eVOOO; mostly 10 cents nigner; packer top, 8.40: shipper top, 8.30; 'bulk 130 to 260lcw Bulk ot saiea ieer pound averages, 8.30S8.35; pack- ing sows 'steady, mostly 7.50. . one rear ao -Sheep receipts, 500; for the Western laiabi rier- iT iriiii. t n . . tiay .................. sirvus IV i cents 'higher; Colorado lambs, 15.00; bulk fed lots, 145 14.85;! shorn- 12.60 13.10; light ewes, I 7.50; wethers, 8.50. i CaicaAW-Caga: TtpU .tt; mtU< m- l&e aex; lighter weighs b VMt; Wlk 225 to 800 pmndtektoittt;' talk 1M to,af poml'avrge tZ9 tJS; top CK; haA m ktag ws 7407.75; desicaUap aaoeO 7.7Sfi8.taVS etiintd however Xe p heavy mo M5O8.40; medi wau light 8.(068.65; Bght lights 8J58i$; packing eows smootn 7.60 8.00: packing sows rough 7.40O7.S5; killing pigs Tt 1L2S. '-. Cattle: Receipts 500.- Compared with a week ago: beef steers large - ly 50c to L00 lower; -medium and good grades showing most deeline; extreme top matured steers ll-v; yearlings scarce; best youngsters M.50; beef cows mad heifers Urge- lr 50c higher: buua 3c to soc uiga- er; veal calves L006L50 np: stack- era and feeders steady to zac tow er; plainly bred light kind reflect ing decline. Week's bulk prices fol low;' beef steers 7.759.2S: stock era and feeders 5.656.75; batcher she-stock. 4.406.60; canners and mtters 30O3 50; veal calves 10.09 11.00. ' . , Sheep: Receipts 2,000. market compared with a week ago: fat wooled Iambs weak to 15c lower;! heavy kind on more; nanny snora offerings . largely steady; extreme top wooled lambs 15.60 to city Schers; packer top 15.50; closing wooled lambs 15 30 to shippers, 15.00 to packers; shorn lambs nu merous; bulk 12.75 13.15; fed yearlings closing" unevenly lower; host vearlinr 13.00: . fat sheen largely 25c to 75c higher; best aged wethers 9.35; fed ewes upward to 8.65: feeding lambs scarce, steady; mostly 13.7514.50: few lots 14.65. HOGS. bulk ef ales ............. S.B 8 33 Butcher. 15230 lbs. .. Heavy aad ouavd packiac-. Boosh bearj pacttm . .-. !-! am nFit. .......... Utrht tncom. 160il0 It. Selected. 140 lai 115 8.i5 8 45' 70I3 o js sag do,e.. CAITLE. Prime steera. l.CSO 1-S. 12.00eiSJ0 Good to ehoiee. 1.1(K1 500 f .00 i 1 1 0 Poor t rood. Kxreitoa. Low sraoe ki:lii:c ateen.... Bulk oi beef cteera .... Tea-inn TOO 1.000 lb..- Fat wl and bdien Can&iat e aad heiiera . . 6 l'JIj 40 7.50109 8.356 13.U0 S.09W 3--0 j Poor u choice bsiu .... - atocker and feeders ...... 3.75 7 ty Su110 ; fl cm..rer iweatem raare rum -. 2 J n BJia i . shsep axd lambs rttou laaun.aii' io oesi. i.vism ia f-... rjo i beiow forecou !i0taDoi. HorC-Mk oi day . j One nor.th a-a 8J5 8 351 1 one Tear ax jboj.u, w one year aco ... i.T5a i5a . 11.006 11.75 Greenland, colony. Denmark's DV A I I IV ( A D I ALL.1VIVk BV BLOSSERj WEEKLY REVIEW iTSGwIlFK lil LOUISIMK . (Continned fro j First Page.) i connection in the public mind wftfc these outragea." .: r''i The Klan officials stated it should develop that any IndiTUaaj members of the Klan in Mnnw 1 PjUrUa had anything to do with kidnaping and murders of DaaC . and fcicnards, they would bm. lawed and the Klan won id assisth ! obtaining their mnriri,,,n i" 5 the criminal courts of ih the criminal courts of the stae. Governor John M. Parker, wk) ordered the public hearings into tat Morehouse kidnaping situauoa, bat openly denounced the Ku Hb Klan. He has directed the Iotsm. gation and has been quoted as at riaring he "was determined to bt the mask off theKlan" Bastrop Expectaat. ' Bastrop, Ljl, Dec 30. Anotb day of marking time while awaiuu the retnra of federal and state bh vestigatora who have been ia Nt Orleans aad Baton E.j-jge confer ring with Governor Parker aat other state officials today sem only to increase the air of expect, ancy in troubled Morehouse Paritd, "scene of action" in what mea 4t- reeling ue inquiry flere prove one of the Et senstnssd ' exposes of masked band opera- tions ever nnfolJ-d is the toatlL The investigators were eipeet4 to return here wstiln tie next? 48 hours. Civil and military- officials mM 52 8 40 not P1-?" toaar Sat furtierar tto sisjresta would be mace In additioito 7.4oe 7 .oo; th, detention fcere of J. T. Baraett, 52 Si.?iIonner deputv-sier:;. and emsVye of a local carbon p-act. and ot Dr. ; 15. M. Mch.oin, lormer major of Mer r. in Baltimcr. in advance of the open hearing to be conducted here next week by 'Attorney-General Coco before Jscr? Fred L. Odom, of the Sixtb yaaicial district Positive denial w& uuit at the of fice of the parish tteri2 sod county clerk of reports Cat additional af fidavits or warrants had been is sued. ' Ge te Get XrEeia. Deputy Sheriff Caiiotm of More- i house Parish and Cip'.aia of De- tertires Janes P G'.vnQ of theVn j their way today to Baltimore, to briE5 bat to Louisiana Dr. Me- Koin, held there ca a chai ot t. s; murder in connection wr.h tot kid eot 70(naping gjjj kiHine of Watt Daniels 7.50S and Thomas Richards in tit eveat SoojiiiOi t!s extradition is granted. 5.50 e T.75J gtate officials were bnsi'.y engag 14 ooei.i to ed today in whipping into shapeta ;mass of evidence to be presented at the open hearing, one week from today. "The state will lay its cards upoi the table whenjSe hearings begiu said one of te state's attorney! "I do not see bow any grand Jury can refuse to indict" WEEKLY GRAIN AND PROVISION REVIEW Chicago, Dec. SO. After toEch Sxe a new high price record for tie ' season, the wheat market tiis -week lhas taken a general dpaivani ', swing, mainly as the result ci tarf i selling on the part of holders? Big l domestic receipts and les2ig of I optimism as to export bofires. did 'a good deal to bring abczt und- ing. Compared wiih a 'i ago, j wheat this morning was i. to i) ' cents lower; corn varying from H cent decline to J cent sdiance, 'oats down S in 1 14 cent, and jro- visioas np 12 to 20 cents. With primary arrivals ef wheat . much in excess of those a year ! ago and with prospects apparently J dwindling for any ' inin:..a:e en i iargement of parcta.rg for j Europe., balls found theisves at a disadvanuge. :gSt- pr;ces a the week and of tie wisca wer coincident with a statement frca ! Secretary Hoover that aa oa:2ow of T t0li iTom tbe t-a-fs was helping to restore the buying Pwer of concuies to which tie goat traveled. Misgivings eV. -t io condition of the doae; wiitw crop counted also as a tu-liii lac tor at the time. The last half of tie wt-fi, how ever. witnessi persistent s-:iUU on a big scale except ia tb- Decem ber delivery which s-ex-i io b concentrated in strong hands. Sen timent at this siage ws p-iierfaiiy affected through bearish t;:nicai voiced bv a leadise trair -r who contended that tie Vrit-i Sates has at presect ttZM..s bussei more wheat than a year a?3. l"e2 such circamstances deciinri werj diScult to check, and even tews of warlike Eicves in the Ner E was almost Ignored as a aitket In fluence. 4 Active export demand &:id to upholding the-value of corn, but oats gave way with wheat. Closing of spreads bet-ea lart and cotton seed oil was mere or less responsible for higier jriM i the provisions market. BUTTER MARKET Chicago. Dec SO. Despite tit $ holiiay season the batter nuraa for the week continsed dail I steadily decreasing dexand lor an stocks, accaraicg to the li-"" ! States bureaa f marieis. A scr ' plus threw the market ia favor a the buver. This year's holiday season was marked by a greater degree ot nn- - J . .. J . ' . .bin a!- ticiaated by dtalers, who based their caj relations on its rui suus tical coaditioB. I 'r Only two markets, hcwv. ' showed a change from the epnag of last Monday on I aeore sy---The closing pnee yesterday fol lows: Chicago, 5fl cents; one point loss. New York. $4 cents; Bsciiang ed. I Bosom, hi cenu; one-half nomi loss. I PlirUdelpiiia, Si 'cents; nn-.changed. China area asUa. Is UUd aonart - .