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Tcrccly Told Battle Creek The graduating exer cises of the Sanitarium Training school here closed when 52 graduate nurses received diplomas from Dr. J. H. Kellogg. Owosbo Mrs. Delia Bruno, 78, has brought 'suit for divorce against An thony Bruno, 69, who, she alleges, has given her only 15 with which to buy clothes since their marriage in 1894. Benton Harbor Benton Harbor voters, by a vote of almost two to one, discarded the exlstb aldermanic system and adopted the commission manager form of government at the polls. Grand Haven Mr. and Mrs. George Woodhouse and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson were arrested at Spring Lake by Federal officers charged with steal lng bank checks from ah express com pany. They were taken to Chicago. Menominee Fred E. Relff, former division traffic superintendent for the Michigan State Telephone" Co. In the upper peninsula, has been appointed to succeed the late M. L. Saunders as division commercial superintendent. Pontiac When his clothing caught In the belt of a machine at the Wol verlne Sand & Gravel plant at Clarks ton, William McMillan, 33 years old, a foreman, was killed. McMillan's body was drawn into a pulley and his chest was crushed. Cadillac The typhoid situation is so serious hero, that the city has of fared to pay for lnnoculatlon of per sons who feel they cannot afford to pay the bill. Rigorous measures are being taken to stamp out the disease and prevent its spread. Owosso A toy gas balloon, one of six sent up by an Owosso automobile sales company, floated to Holly and was .picked up there by Miss Agnes Racket. Each of the balloons had tag on it good for $25 in trade with the company. Holly is 25 miles from here. Cadillac The offer of $25,000 for the plant of the Osceola Light & Pow er company at Reed City by the vil lage council was refused by E. J. Ha'ynes, of this city, majority stock holder. The company offered to sell for $40,000 afer the dam went out in March. MuBkegon James Mauterstock, 48, of Wolf Lake, driver of the car in which Orley Thompson and Loren Adams lost their lives was arraigned in Justice court for manslaughter. The examination was postponed and Mau terstock was held to $5,000 bail which he furnished. Grand Rapids The city commission has cancelled $11,000 in old taxes as sessed against descriptions for which land did not exist, against several small parcels of lands not owned eith er by individuals, the city, or the state and against railroads for claims dat ing back as far as 1874. Muskegon Moonshine saved the life of Marion Adams, IS years old, when she swallowed poison because her father scolded her for being out late, according to the city physician. A police sergeant was told by the phy sician to give her whisky. He gave her moonshine and now she is recov ering. . Flint Jitney busses have been ruled off streets on car line routes here by the city council. The main object of the council's action was to relieve the traffic congestion on streets where street cars are operated and also to open up new territory not now being served by any transportation conveyances. Monroe Richard Gosser, Tony Paul, Lee Wlgley and James Kennedy, of Toledo, pleaded guilty in Circuit Court to holding up George Karmel, 18 years old, at Erie, Mich., several weeks ago. Kennedy was sentenced to serve from five to 15 years at the Jackson State Prison and the others were given from one and one-half to 15 years in the Michigan Reformatory at Ionia. Kalamazoo Any monument to be erected in honor of Joseph Guy ton, the first American killed in the world war, should be constructed at Evart, the hero's home, and not at Detroit, or Lansing, according to a resolution passed by the Kalamazoo post of the American Legion. This resolution called on Senator Newberry to aid passage of the bill which would pro vide for erecting the monument at Evart Grand Rapids A 100-year-old treaty will be used as a defense by W. J. Masquskey, 76, an Indian, held at the county Jail for trial in district court on an Indictment charging him with Impersonating a federal agent. The treaty was signed March 25, 1821, by President James Monroe and Secre tary of State, John Quincy Adams. It acceded to the members of the Otta wa, Chippewa and Pottawatomie tribes land situated in the vicinity ol the Kalamazoo and St Joseph rivers. Pontiac The decision of. the State 8upreme Court in the suit of the Township of Avon and others against the Detroit United Railway, In which the Smith Rate Law of 1919 was up held, did not cause any surprise here. Inasmuch as the same facts had bees previously passed on by the court, it was considered unlikely that It would reverse Itself in this case. The object in securing a ruling, according tc Judge Glen C. Gillespie, who pressed the case In behalf of the municipal! ties, was that It might be appealed tc the United States Supreme Court Marshall Mllo James, 18 years old, of Homer, was drowned while fishing in a mill pond in that village. Grand Rapids An ordinance pro hibiting writing, printing or distribu tion of red literature in the city has been, adopted by the city commis sioners. - Wakefield The Sunday Lake mine, which has been the only mine in oper ation In Wakefield, has closed for an Indefinite period, throwing 200 men out of work. Escanaba John S. Lindsay, con tractor, will build the Delta-Menominee tuberculosis sanitarium in Pow ers, Mich., on a 60-acre site. His bid was $113,575. Ann Arbor State Senator Charles A. Sink, of this city, has received a gold medal from the Belgian govern ment for his work here as a member of the Belgian relief committee. Grand Itaplds The Grand Rapids, Grand Haven & Muskegon Railway company has made effective a 10 per cent reduction in its wage scale, plac ing it at 40, 45 and 50 cents an hour. ML Clemens The appeal of Lloyd Prevost, convicted of the murder of Stanley Brown, has been stricken from the June docket of the supreme court and will zo over until the October term. Leroy Among the improvements here is the building of a half-mile of hard road, the enlarging of the trl angle at the intersection of the Mack inaw trail and Main street for the benefit of traffic. Adrian The Smlth-Rorlck aliena tlon of affections case was concluded after the Jury had been out 12 hours Mr. Smith, the plaintiff, was awarded a verdict of $100. damages for the loss of his wife's love. Marcellus Carroll S. Jones, veteran Cass county banker, died at his home here of heart trouble. He was cash ier of the G. W. Jones bank since it was organized, 44 years ago and was known in southern Michigan. Olivet Prof. V. J. Searle, of Ripon Wis., has been selected to head the department of business administration at Olivet College next year. He will succeed Dr. Richard E. Clark, who re cently resigned to go to Centre College. Shelby Henry W. Reld, 87 years old, is dead. He was one of the pion eers of Oceana County, coming to Stony Lake when it was the principal trading post in the county. He held many local offices, among which was that of village president Algonac Two Michigan residents Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Lewis, of Al gonac, lost their lives In the La Junlta Colo., flood, according to telegrams re celved by Mrs. William R. Hamilton of Algonac. a sister of Mrs. Lewis Both victims were drowned. Muskegon Moving pictures are now being shown at all school houses in Muskegon County by Karl H. Keefer, community council secretary. This Is made possible by a device attached to an automobile. The car furnishes the power to operate the picture machine Pontiac Pontlac's new valuation according to figures Just prepared by the board of review, is $44,623,107, an increase of $1,015,553 over that of a year ago. Tne city taxes coueciea in July will be based on a rate of $19,215 for each $1,000 of assessed valuation Muskegon A Jury accepted the de tense of Oscar Carlson, 20 years old, in the suit brought by Laura Cromble, 30, a war widow of Grand Rapids, for breach of promise. Carlson admitted the contract to marry, but told the Jury the plaintiff's temper caused him to break his promise. Owosso Patrolman C. D. Miles, who was shot In the left hip by a burglar whom the officer caught robbing Byerly's grocery store, will recover. Letters In the officer's side pocket of his coat deflected the course of the bullet, preventing a more serious wound. The burglar escaped. Ann Arbor Dr. C. W. Edmunds, as sistant dean of the medical school of the University of Michigan, has been elected to the Association of American Physicians, the highest honor of Its kind in the country. Members are chosen from the United States and Canada and the number is limited to 150. Flint Members of the Genesee County Medical Society will establish in Flint a clinic where mental defec tives may be examined and treated af ter they have been arralgnefl in local courts. The society has named a com mittee to Investigate pyschlatrlc work In other cities and at the larger penal institutions of the country. Grand Rapids Ernest Ludlow, a patrolman, was held up by a burglar who poked a gun into his side and was marched away by the robber, who later escaped. Ludlow found the stran ger in a barber shop as he was trying doors. When the officer attempted to put him under arrest, the burglar pull ed a gun, ordered Ludlow from the shop and compelled him to march down the street Ann Arbor Social service workers from all over the state, who have been here attending the meeting of the state hospital association and the Michigan State League of Nursing Institutes, voted to form an organiza tion to be known as the State Asso ciation of Medical Social Service Workers, appointing Miss Alice Walk er of Harper hospital, Detroit, tempor ary chairman. A committee of organi sation was appointed and authorized to draw up a resolution, which will be presented for adoption at the time the social workers meet here In October. 1 EZEZ2Z2 MARKET REPORT FURNISHED BY U. t. BUREAU OP MARKETS, WASHINQ. TON, D. C. Hay Prices renerally lower. Receipt! "light but equal to limited demand. Alfalfa oown aoout 12 Kama City. Stock yard puyina- steadying- market at Chicago. Heavy receipt at Cincinnati being ab- orooa oy gooa ouying at the lower prices. Quoted No. 1 timothy: N. Y. 131. Phil adelphia 23, Cincinnati $18.75, Chicago 43, mempnis szo, Minneapolis 120, At lanta. 919. no. 1 airaira: Kansas city nominal at $19, Omaha $18, Memphis $23. No. 1 prairie: Kansas City $13, Omaha lis, Minneapolis $16. Feed Wheat feeds continue weak, other feeds rainy steady though In ample supply. Demand exceedingly light. Brewers' grains and cottonseed meal quoted $1 lower man a week ago. corn feeds un changed, stocks generally remain In ex cels of requirements. - Quoted: Bran $14.50, middlings $14.75. Minneapolis; New No. 1 alfalfa meal $18, gray snorts zu. uran $14.50, Kansas City; gluten feed $27 Chicago; white hom iny feed $23 St. Louis, $25 Chicago. Grain July wheat sold at a new high point on me sra encouraged Dy bullish oroD reports and estimates and large export ousintss. export demand was then cut arc on account of the continued advance and a runner decline in sterling ex change and prices dropped until the 8th when there wag a sharp upturn on fears that heavy rains in Southwest would de lay harvest and damage quality. Sep- lemoer wneat snowed considerable firm ness on the 6th and 7th caused by ex porters selling July and buying Septem ber to change hedges. In Chicago cash market No. 2 red win ter wheat $1.58; No. 2 hard $1.61: No. 8 mixed corn 61c; No. 8 yellow corn 61c. no. 1 white oats 86c. For the week Chi cago July wheat down 6c at $1.84 8-4c. July corn down 6c at 62c. Minneapolis July wheat down 8 l-4c at $1.35; Kansas city July 6 i-4c at $1 27; Winnipeg July c at 91.74. Chicago September wheat $1.17 8-8; September corn 63 1-4. Dairy Products Active storing demand has kept butter marKeis nrm with price tendency up ward. Receipts continue heavy. Fancy grades especially In demand. Closing prices 92 score: New York 38 1-2; Chicago 31; Philadelphia 33; Bos ton 83. Cheese markets steady to firm. Cur rent production not yet showing qual ity necessary for active storing demand and movement of all medium grade goods Into consumptive channels has had some tendency to keep prices down. Prices at Wisconsin primary markets average: Twins IS 3-4; Daisies 14 1-2; Double Daisies 14; Longhorns 14; Young Americas 14 i-z. Live Stock and Meats Hog prices at Chicago declined 530o per 100 lbs. the past week. Beef steers steady, butcher cows and heifers down 25c Veal calves up 50c. Spring lambs down 50c; aged lambs 6076c; yearlings and rat ewes z&GtfDUc. Chicago prices: Hogs, bulk of sales $8 qS. 20; medium and good beef steers $7.60(38.65; butcher cows and heifers $4.25(38.50; feeder steers $6.2507.75: light and medium weight veal calves 810.25; rat lamDS isgziz; spring iambs iio.6013; yearlings 6.6010: fat ewes $305. Eastern wholesale prices on beef, veal and lamb advanced while mutton and pork loins were steady to lower. Beef up 60cJ1.50; lambs $18: veal $2S per juu pounds, i'onc 101ns steady to i low er. Prices good grade meats: Beef $15.50 wit; veai jiei&'ia; iamb szewao; mutton $9015; light pork loins $20023; heavy DETROIT QUOTATIONS Feed and Oraln $1.40; September, $1.25: No. 2 whit and No. 2 mixed. $1.63. m YELLOW CORN Cash No. 8, 63c; No. 9, ozc; NO. 4, 5C Will J 2 OATS Cash No. 2, 41 l-2c; no. 3, 40c; NO. 4, 87a RYE Cash No. 2. $1.45. BEANS Immediate and prompt ship ment, 3.7& per cwt. BARLEY Feeding. $1.3001.40 per cwt. SEEDS Prime red clover. $18.60: Oc tober, $10.50; alslke. $14; timothy, $3.15. HA 1 No. 1 timothy. 119020: stand ard. $18019; light mixed. $18019; No. 2 timothy, $16018; No. 1 clever mixed, $14 10; No. 1 clover. $13&14; rye straw, $14 14.50; Wheatland oat straw. 818(913.50 per ion in canots. rati. $25; fl $31.60; $26 per FEED Bran, $?7; standard middlings. fine middlings. $28; cracked corn. coarso cornmeal, $30.50;; chop. per ton in 100-ib. sacks. FLOUR Fancy spring wheat patents, 10.75011; fancy winter wheat, patents, iu.oQiii; second winter wheat patents, 9.2509.50: winter wheat stralahts. 88.75 g v.zw per bti. Live Stock and Poultry. CATTLE Best heavy steers. 17.7S(S: best handy weis-ht hutchr steam. 17.60(19 8.75; mixed steers and heifers, $6,600 7.60; handy light butchers. $607: light butchers, $4.5006; best cows, $5.5006; Duicner cows, ii.zsrcrs: cutters. ia.25 8.76; canners, $2.6008; choice bulls. $5C 5.60; bologna bulls, $4.2505; stock bulls, $4.5005; feeders, $607; stockers, 85.600 0.0 .bo; milkers and si springers, $40 0 75. SHEEP AND LAMBS Best lambs. 810 AM US I 012; fair lambs, $909.60; light to com mon lambs, $508.50; spring lambs, $12.60 u. ov; rair to good sheep. $4.Z5?4.50. HOGS Mixed hoes. 170 to 240 av. $8.25; pigs. $8.50; stars. $5: heavies. 88: rougns, o : boars, 14. CALVES Best. 810.50(911: others. 86 LIVE POULTRY Broilers. colored slock. 1 1-2 lbs. up, 45050c: leghorns and small, 35c; hens, 25026c; old roosters, 14 Wlo: stagffy younsr roosters. 16c: ducks. 20c; geese, 10c; turxeys, auc per lb. Garden and Farm Product STRAWBERRIES Michigan. $707.60 per 24-qi. case. iJME.mu.UB jaurornia. xz.xsrz.ko nr NEW POTATOES Noi-.h Carolina. IS (O-o. o'n Virginia, ia.70ifo.Z3 per bbL POTATOES Michigan. 81.50(91.80 nr 100-Ib. sack. DRESSED HOGS Lls-ht. 10c: heavv 608c per lb. CABBAGE New. 85(35.50 nr rt- small crates, $3.6004. DRESSED CALVES Choice. IIAI10: medium, 11012c; large coarse, 9010c per lb. CELERY Rebunched. 11.9S7M 78 VEGETABLES AsDarasms. XMrhfan 82.. 60S per flat: cucumbers, hothouse, $1,604x1.75 for No. 1 and $1.2501.60 for No. 2 per doc; round radishes, $2.6008 i'ttr ou.i green peppers. 93.&USX4 oer Flor as, case; parsiey. ouaxiaa ccr flat. new turnips, 9z.buarz.7ft per hamper; new oar- rots, $1.5001.75 per hamper; green and wax beans, $404.25 per htmoer: beets. ii'wo per uu. new Deeis. 7BC(ttii nr do. ; spinach, 76011 per bu; rhubarb, 40 050c for outdoor per dot; green onions, 8015c per bunch. Butter and Eggs BUTTER Best creamery. In tubs, ism emu aoc kikiq per in. ftuus f resn current reeelDti tin km ana ii i-za aaxea per dot. Boat Sails With One Passenger. New Orleans. The liner Creole has been plying between New York and New Orleans for 15 years, but never before a recent voyage did she make the long trip with a passenger list of one person. The lone passenger. Ed mund Johnson, of Tuscon, Arls., had the entire retinue of the shlp'a stew ards and pursers and' other servitors at his disposal and they were eager to make bis solitary voyage of ease and luxury, for he Is a disabled wax EZHE2ZZ hero. I n wt Goodrich 30H IWjf IMiftm Goodrich 2CF2kjwe Taints 1. One quality 2. Sxtra size 3. Specially designed 4. oAnti-skid 5. Fair price Or Richer. The unpardonable sin In a person of a different race or religion from ours Is to be smarter than we are. Ohio State Journal. 8a w Stars. Dazed Victim (In college boxing class) Hey, professor, I didn't come here for an astronomy course. Bos ton Transcript. Me-o-my, how you'll ttake 'to a pipe and P. A.! Before you're a day older you want to let the idea slip under your hat that this is the open season to start something with a joy'us jimmy pipe and some Prince Albert! Because, a pipe packed 71th Prince Albert satisfies a man as he was never satis fied before and keeps him satisfied I And, you can prove it! 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