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Michigan News :
Tersely Told
Owosso Damage estimated at $2,
0C0 wae done to the plant of the
Armour Packing Co. here by a fire
which virtually gutted the structure.
Blanchard Gale Baldwin, 13-year
old sen of Mrs. Joe Baldwin, of Blanch
ard, lost his life In Tine River, when
he slipped from a dock Into the water.
Adrian Ruth lott, 14 months old,
drowned in five inches of water when
Khe fell in a tub at the home of her
father, Bert lott, who lives west of
Monroe Charged with having drlv
en an auto while under influence of
liquor George Dickson, said to reside
In Toledo, was fined $100 and costs
here by Justice Danz.
Marquette Four masked highway
men, armed with automatic pistols,
held up the Peninsula Transit Co.'s
motor bus at Eagle Mills and robbed
the driver and three passengers of
$50 and a gold watch.
Harbor Springs Charles Cableman,
70 years old, was killed when the
brakes on his automobile failed to
operate as he entered the garage and
the car went through the building and
fell down a 12-foot embankment.
Traverse City Jesse Braddocl;, 18-year-old
high school student, was
bound over to Circuit Court, charged
with the murder of Stephen, Carrol,
his stepfather, by Justice Charles
Hanslovsky at the end of Braddock's
Mancelona Dick Lee, a lumberman,
was brought to a hospital here with
wounds said to have been inflicted by
his wife. Lee said he was working in
the woods when a bullet struck him
In the shoulder. Ills wife accom
panied him to the hospital and was
Holland The body of Stanley
Pleume, 19 years old, son of L. C.
Pleume, a Grand Rapids newspaper
man, was found hanging in a barn
here. He had been ill for a year fol
lowing injuries received in a ball
game and is believed to have become
Lansing The Michigan Pioneer and
Historical society elected the follow
ing officers and trustees: A. L. Saw
yer of Menominee, president; Edward
Jenks of Port Huron, vice president;
Benjamin Davis of Lansing, treasurer,
and George N. Fuller of Lansing, exe
cutive secretary.
Pontiac Three department heads
of the Oakland Motor Car company
left the organization, the new man
ager, Charles H. Hannum, announced.
They are A. C. Hamilton, chief en
gineer, V. 11. Masten, sales manager,
and J. W. Young, assistant general
manager. Benjamin Jerome, assistant
engineer, has been made chief.
Lansing The primary scheduled for
Juno 7, to nominato a Republican can
didate to succeed the late Congress
man William II. Frankhauser in the
Third congressional district, will not
be held as former Congressman J. M.
C. Smith of Charlotte Is the only can
didate. Howard W. Cavanagh, Battle
Creek Democrat, will oppose him.
Flint A log placed across the
tracks of the roller coaster at Lake
side park, at the bottom of a big dip
near the turn of the device, was
pushed off the tracks with only slight
damage to the two-car train in which
four passengers were riding. They
escaped Injury. No one has been
found who actually saw tho obstruc
tion placed on the track.
Albion New members of the Albion
college student senate, the student
self-governing body, have been elected
as follows: Wilbur Harper, Calumet;
Luclle Woodward, Elsie; Ronald Pahl,
Albion; Edwin Quick, Muskegon;
Eldon Sanderson, Quincy; Wilma
Wooten, Marshall; Clarence Weaver,
Albion; Catherine Sturtevant, Albion;
Dorothy Graves, Parma, and Lurene
Smith, Albion.
Pontiac A decision reached by
Judge K. P. Rockwell and handed
down, two weeks after his death, de
nied a divorce to Mrs. Eva Unjion
from Harry Unjion. They had been
twice married, once in 1915, divorced
In 1917, re-marrled In 1920 and sued
for divorce the same year. The wife
is a burlesque actress. The decision
was found, signed, in the judge's desk
and handed down by Judge Gillespie.
Owosso Owosso and Corunna of
ficials are trying to solve the problem
of what to do with the Michigan Rail
way company which says it is finan
cially unable to pave between its
tracks in the two cities. Tho state is
to pave three miles In the two cities,
ike work to be started next month.
Corunna has decided that if the com
pany will not bring Its tracks up to
the grade 'required by the state, and
gravel between, it will bo asked to
take up its tracks and get out of the
. Detroit Four million nine hundred
and ninety-nine thousand nine hun
dred and ninety-nine Ford cars are
hanging around the world today bear
ing the messago "Detroit, U. S. A.,"
to every nook and cranny of civiliza
tion. Ford motor No. 5000000, turned
out recently at the Highland Park
factory of tho Ford Motor Co., how
ver, probably will stay In Detroit as
part of the museum of Henry Ford.
There it will be alongside the orig
inal Ford car that popped and splut
tered uncertainly through tho streets
of Detroit bark in tho 90s.
Owosso Jesse Holllster, 65, of Wex
ford county, arrived at the home of
his nephew here after walking from
Cadillac, 120 miles.
Muskegon Dr. Alvln Smith, city
rr'lk inspector, has asked the city to
reduce his hours. He said he works
22 hours a day now as milk is being
delivered from midnight until 10 p. m.
Mt. Clemens Bids on the $60,000
Macomb county hospital bonds, draw
ing C per cent interest, were rejected
by tho supervisors and will be re-ad-vertlsod.
All proposals wore below
Leroy For the first time in years a
bear has been seen and killed in
Osceola County. The animal first was
seen near Greggs Lake In Sherman
Township, and a couple of days later
was shot by Harvey Greenman.
Bad Axe Sixty-five years of marital
bliss was broken when death took
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McDowell within
three hours of each other. Death in
each case was due to pneumonia and
was preceded by only a short illness.
Roscommon Drilling for oil in Ros
common and Ogemaw counties will
begin at once by Fidwell Brothers of
California in Markey and Foster town
ships. A company has been organized
to back the oil-prospecting adventure.
Grand Rapids The city's seventh
death this season in automobile acci
dents came when Luclle StaszewskI,
3, was struck by a truck as she hur
ried across the street from her home
to visit a candy store. The truck was
driven by Frank Mlras.
Grand Rapids The American En
ameled Magnet Wire company of Mus
kegon, is defendant In a $200,000 dam
age suit filed in district court by Max
Lowenthal, receiver for E. F. Drew &
Co. of New York city, who claims
breach of contract for the purchase of
cotton yarns.
Manistee Practically all the per
sonal belongings of S. Golden Filer,
late Manistee millionaire lumberman
and philanthropist, were disposed of
here by auction sale. Two hump
backed zebus, known as sacred cattle
of India, were given to Grand Rapids
for park purposes.
Manistee The city commission has
adopted a new salary ordinance re
ducing salaries of practically all de
partment heads and employes. The
city manager was reduced $2,000, city
clerk and treasurer $100 each, health
officer $300 and chiefs of police and
lire department $225 each.'
Adrian With 44 recruits signed up,
this city is assured the first battalion
headquarters company of the Michi
gan national guard, in addition to a
company of infantry already formed.
The formation of the two units makes
certain a $30,000 appropriation for an
armory, which may be increased to
Grand Rapids Police are searching
for Oscar Schriver, who escaped the
coroner and officers, after drinking a
quantity of bed bug poison, it is said.
Shriver swallowed the drink, his wife
says, after a quarrel with her. She
called the officers and when they ar
rived he ducked out a door and
Owosso Johnny Morrison, 13 years
old, son of James Morrison, living
near Corunna, was drowned in Shia
wassee river at Corunna while In bath
ing. The boy was just learning to
swim and went beyond his depth. Five
minutes had elapsed before other boys
could summon help and Johnny was
dead when taken from the water.
Lansing Carl Young, of Muskegon,
former president of the Michigan Fed
eration of Labor, will be appointed a
member of the new department of
labor and Industry. The other mem
bers will be James A. Kennedy, of
Sault Ste. Marie, and Thomas B.
Gloster, of Detroit", both members of
the present industrial accident board.
Benton Harbor Edward R. Clarke,
18, Chicago, arrested by Sheriff George
Bridgeman for murder in connection
with a criminal assault upon Miss
Lona Dunbar, 53, residing on a farm
with her brother, near Sodus, plead
ed guilty before Justice Harry Plum
mer. Clarke was arraigned on two
counts, first degree murder and as
sault. Port Huron A saving of "several
thousand dollars" would be effected
by a transfer of the trainmen's term
inal from Port Huron to Battle Creek,
now contemplated, H. E. Whitten
berger, general manager of the Grand
Trunk western lines, says In a letter
to the chamber of commerce. Sixty
families, approximately . 250 persons,
would bo affected by the change of
terminal, applying only to train crews.
Howell A guard of seven state
troopers accompanied three Detroit
men here from the Oakland jail,
where they were arraigned on charges
of chloroforming and robbing Miss
Christina Schalble of a large sum of
money In her farm home. The
respondents are Anthony Valentl,
George Franlolo and Suergrande Fin
go. Justice Roche held them In ball
of $50,000 each, an aggregate of $150,
000, the highest ever exacted here.
Muskegon Laura Crombie, 30 years
old, a war widow, of Grand Rapids,
formerly of Brooklyn, is suing Oscar
Carlson, 20, of Muskegon, for $5,000
for breach of promise. She says they
met in Brooklyn in 1918, a month after
her husband was killed in France, and
that he promised to marry her. Carl
son says the woman's temper drove
him to break the agreement. It took
the attorneys for both parties and the
court some time to Induce the plain
tiff to tell her age. She told the court
that while she was not ashamed of it
"I don't think it anybody's business.'
TON, D. C.
Dairy Products
Uutter markets steady during: the week
under fairly active storing demand with
prices about ha! to one cent higher than
week agro.
Closing prices 92 score: New York
29 1-2; Chicago 29; Philadelphia and Llod
ton 30 1-2.
Cheese markets are not active but feel
ing Is better and tone of markets firm
er. As soon as current receipts begin to
show full grass flavor trade is expected
to pick up.
Twins 14c. Daisies 15 1-4; Double
Daisies 15; Lionghorna and Young Amer
icas 15 1-2.
Receipts and at principal western mar
kets Increasing but both local and shlp
plng demand limited. Some accumula
tlons reported at Cincinnati and Kansas
City and prices have declined. Eastern
markets quiet but unchanged with re
ceipts and demand light.
CJuute No. 1 timothv New York 129.50
Chicago $23. Minneapolis $19, Cincinnati
i.ou, Aiornpnis Z7, Atlanta $29. No. 1
alfalfa Memphis $25, Cincinnati $18. At
lanta $29; No. 1 prairie Kansas City
iz.cu, .Minneapolis $16.
Markets dull. Prices unchanged but
lenamg aownwara. Mocks good. Move
ment light.
Quoted Hran $15. middlings $15. flour
miaunngs jzu. Mlnneanols: wh te horn nv
feed $22 St. Louis. $24 Chicago; gluten
rtea $27 Chicago, $33.ie Philadelphia.
Trading In Julv wheat restricted dur
ing first half of week account nervous
and erratic fluctuations In Mav future
On the 3rd prices reached a new high
oui mantel later became unsettled. Kx
port demand now slow. Kecelnts cash
corn liberal; country offerings continue
Kmau and expected to fall off greatly
wiinm nexi ten days.
In Chicago cash market No. 2 red win
ter wheat $l.fi0; No. 2 hard $1.64; No. 3
mixed corn 05c. No. 3 yellow corn 6jo
No. 3 white oats 40c. For the wet k Chi
cago July wheat up 9 5-8c at $1.37 1-8;
July corn lc at 65 3-4c. Minneapolis
July wheat up 11 cents at $1.36 3-4; Kan
sas City July 8 l-2c at $1.30 3-8.
Fruits and Vegetables.
Sacked round white potatoes slightly
lver at Minnt'sota shipping points clou
ing around 60c per 100. lbs. Chicago car
lot market up 201 25c from season's low
point closing at 7ucas5c.
Georgia Dixie Quet-n Peaches In six
basket carriers and bushel baskets $2.25
fa 2. f in eastern markets.
Delaware and Maryland strawberries
various varieties 12f22c per nt. In East
ern markets. Kentucky and Tennessee
Aromas down f05jsrc per 24 qt. crate
Chicago at $3.&0rf 3.05 June 2nd.
Live Stock and Meats.
The trend of Chicago live stock prices
was upward the past week, llog price
langed 15 fa 25c higher; beef steers gained
W'tiioc. per 100 lbs. Hutcher cows and
heifers steady to 25c higher; veal calves
up 75cf7Si; feeder steers down J5(fn0c
Pat lambs up 75c to $1; yearlings and
fat ewes ibfabw.
June third Chicago prices: Hosts, bulk
of sales $7.65''is: medium and gjod beef
steers I7.50u8.65: butcher cows and heif
ers $4.50u 8.75; feeder steers !G.60(rr8:
l'ght and medium weight veal calves
$7.75f10: fat lambs- $s. 75 ft 12. 5ft: vear-
lings $6.75-?il0.50; fat ewe $3.25f 4.75.
With the exception of mutton, prices
nf most classes and grades of fresh meat
Hdvanced In eastern wholesale mnrkets.
Heef and veal up $1 to $2; lamb and pork
loins steady to $i higher; mutton down
$2'd4 per 100 lbs.
June third prices good grade meats:
Beef $14.25rri 17: veal $16fil8; lamb $26ff
27. Mutton $Wi)13: light pork lolng $18
24; heavy loins $15fai9.
Feed and Grain
WHEAT Cash No. 2 red, $1.61; July,
$1.43; No. 2 white and No. 2 mixed. $1.65.
YELLOW COUN Cash No. 2. 67c; No.
3, 6Sc; No. 4. 63c.
WHITE OATS Cash No. 2. 45c; No. 3,
43 l-2c; No 4, 40 l-2c.
RYE Cash No. 2. $1.60 bid.
HAY No. 1 timothy $20?t21: standard.
$1920; light mixed, $19&2o; No. 2 tim
othy, $1819; No. 1 clover mixed,
16; No. 7 clover, $14j15; rye straw.
$13.5014: wheat and oat straw, $12.50&
13 per ton In carlots.
BEANS Immediate and prompt ship
ment, $3.60 per cwt.
HAULEY Feeding. $1.30(81.40 per cwt.
SEEDS Prime red clover, $13.50; Oc
tober, $10.50; alsike. $14; timothy. $3.15.
FEED Hran, $27; standard middlings,
$25: fine middlings. $28; cracked corn,
$31.50; coarse cornmeal, $30.60; chop, $26
per ton In 100-lb. sacks.
FLOUK Fancy spring wheat patents,
$10.6010.75: fancy winter wheat pat
ents, $10.5ffl0.75; second winter wheat
patents. $99.25; winter wheat straights,
$8.50 9 per bbl.
Live Stock and Poultry.
CATTLE Pest heavy steers. $7.75;
best handy wt. butcher steers, $7.60S;
mixed sters and heifers, $6.50(7.60; han
dy light butchers. $6fa7; light butchers,
$4.50f(t6; best cows. $5fj6; butcher cows.
$4.25u5; cutters. $3. 25 it 4: canners, $2.50
C(t3; choice light bulls, $505.50; bologna
bulls. $4 25Ai4.75; stock bulls. $4.506:
feeders. $6.257.25; stockers, $5.60(6.50;
milkers and springers, $40j,75.
SHEEP AND LAM US Best lambs,
$10; fair lambs. $7(U8.50; light to com
mon lambs, $50' 7; spring lambs, $1213;
fair to good sheep, $4.50u5; culls and
common, $Hi2.50; bucks. $3.60.
HOGS Mixed hogs. 170 to 240 av.. $8;
pigs, $8.35: heavies. $7.75; roughs, $6.25;
stags, $4.605; boars, $4.
CALVES Pest grades, $10.5011;
ethers. $6 fi 8.50.
LIVE POULTRY Prollers, colored
Ftock, 11-2 lbs. up, 45f50c; leghorns and
small, 35c; hens, 23fr24c; old roosters,
141;' 15c; staggy young roosters, 16(18e;
ducks, 25c; gees 15c; turkeys 30c per lb.
Farm Produce.
NEW POTATOES North Carolina,
$5.50U6: Virginia. $6.507 per bbl.
POTATOES Michigan, $1.40pl.60 per
150-lb. sack.
DRESSED HOGS Light, 10c; heavy,
Cft 8c per lb.
NUT MEATS Almonds, 65c; walnuts,
C5c; pecans, $1.25 per lb.
CAPHAGE New cabbage. $4 4.60 per
crate: small crates. $2.753.
ONIONS Teas white, $22.25; yellow,
tl.751 2 pT crate.
DRESSED CALVES Choice. $13($15c;
medium, 12&12C, large coarse. 910c per
CELERY Rebunched, $KB251.75.
LETTUCE Imperial valley Iceberg, $4
Q5; leaf lettuce, 12130 per lb.
Butter and Eggs
PUTTER Rest creamery, In ' tubs, 26c
asked per lb.
EGGS Fresh currnt receipts, 22 l-2c
bid and 23c asked pe doz.
Girl Is Bigamist at 15.
Texarkana, Ark. Claude A. Duni
gan, 39, a salesman, was shot and
killed by a 14-year-old girl, who ac
cording to police, said she fired at
Dunigan when he appeared at her bed
room window. The girl was not held.
Dock Crowd Gets Plunge.
Ashland, Wis. More than two score
persons received minor injuries and
several hundred others had narrow
escapes when the commercial dock,
on which Memorial day exercises were
In progress gave way, toppling the
crowd in the Chequamegon bay. No
one was reported seriously Injured, al
though many suffered from shock
from the cold water or received minor
bruises. Sailors and firemen assisted
in the rescue and managed to lavs the
pWfiwLd.e a cigarette
Hke'this in my day
The Camel idea wasn't born then. It was the
exclusive expert Camel blend that revolutionized
cigarette smoking.
That Camel blend of choice Turkish and Domestic
tobaccos hits just the right spot. It gives Camels such
mellow mildness and fragrance!
The first time I smoked Camels I knew they were
made for me. I knew they were the smoothest, finest
cigarette in the world, at any price.
Nobody can tell me anything different
E;.--. w
R. J. REYNOLDS Tobacco Co.
Winston-Saltm, N. C
Tlae l&st word ia Quality
Tlae fee st word in Price
SIZE Anti-Skid Safety Tread TUBES
3Q3'i $24.5Q 155"
323 $32.90 $2.90
34 $41.85 $3.55
33x4 $43.1Q $3.70
324'j H13Q $450
334 $48.40 $4.65
344fc $49.65 $4.75
S3S $58.90 $5.55
335 "$61 .90 $5.80
Fabric Tires
fa -3gj3 $IS.45
Safct 32x4 $26S0
fc 334 $2ajo
Safely 3 $37.15
Anti-Skid Safety Tread

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