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   Fort Wayne News And Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1920, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               Page EIGHT THE (-OKT WAtNt (VEWS AND SENTINEL Friday, Jnne M. e Market and Financial World DELIVERIES JiMY TODAY Total of 39 Ifrmds Weighed is at Scales This-Morning. Business the on a with a total of busy trend this with a total of 33 loads of hay and1 train crossing Slatlortn. olv them were or ay and brought unco of @26 per ton. each of corn and oats bold firm at At the levels. per ton. The nrlceo cor- .-ected by.- xrhose names guaranteed by t] cept- where othc. are the prices the uay for Uiw to bbL; cwt. Paying Mini Wheat. J2.70; uj. jn, Selluift Winter wheat, etimifbl New Veno, buver Dust, Sl6.60Brl7.3u; rye. U3.150 bran. itt; miadUpm, W. O. Henderson JL Co. ,U. E. f. A. UCIMUM Ho- UZCtMJ JLMtfLW. Timothy nay Krauv and---------------- IU. H. JT. A. Mo. GUtU.) (U. B. No. Wool. lb., J6-40c_" need, pel Bu, IVUOI.M. MwUom mud jtAznjnota clover and. per bu., clove; Seed per bu., Hcd Clover, per bu.. UUllt MCd. per bu---------' I HEW YORK STOCK MARKET I (FnnsifilieJ bj Sptaguc Ind Co., AnUranj HoteL) Open High Low Close 90 30 Amn. beet sug 90 Amn. Can .....4014 Amn car fdy .137 Am. Int. corp .83 Amn. L. Oil -.82 Amn. Amn. Smelters Amn steel fdys 3'J Amn Sumatra 88 Amn. susur ..125 A naconda .....56 Atchlson i tel tel 79 93 Urn Stock Fmcken retiuo iiuoto prices, bot ixpreu to tell tor uwce to ibow who Mock tor amlo. Well Brothero A Company Green hldcii. 12c. Green cmjrhidea, ZOc. Cured calf Cured hides. 1C016C. Wool. No. 1 hone l-elu. Wild GliWcne, Uoldcn Sell. Baldwin B. K. T........12 Beth. Steel B. CaL Pet. ......30 N. T. Central..6Sii Cent. Lea. ....67 Can- Pac. ----112H a o.........53 Fam. players Colo. Gas Com Prod. ....92-4 Cuban can BUS 52% Chandler MoU 98 Crucible ......13954 D. S. Erie ...........11% Do 1st Gairton W tc. W Gen Elec. ....MOU Gen. Motors ,.23% Goodrich ......63 Gt- Nor. Ore .35 Gt. Nor pfd ..69'A Ind. Alcohol .Ullii Int. Mer mar Dp pfd: Pierce Arrow ..43% Trans. Con -----13% Kcnnicott Lehlgh Val____41% Mex Pet. X -.174% steel Mo. Pac. ......24% Nov. Cop. .....12 New Haven ...28% .....27% Strombers x Nor. Pac- OkJa, p ft R 414 Ohio cities gas 38% Pan- Amn. x -.101 Penn. Ry. .....3853 Peoples Gas ..3S% Pitta. Coal ___57 Pres'd st'l car 99 Pierce Oil ___16 Kay Cons .....1654 Reading -----...84 Rep. Steel Kock Island ...36ii Saxon Motors -.954 Sinclair Oil ...30% So. Pac. ......925, Sou. Ry. ......22% St. Paul ......32 Studebaker ___68% Jllogle ......83 Tenn. Cop.....10% Texas Oil x Tob. Prod. -----M Un. Pac. .....UZ% Retail ..79 U. S. Rubber ..9754 U. S. Steel ....9354 Do pfd.......1055i Utah COP.....68 Motors .61 Wcntlnichousa -495i Overland ......1R% Mid states oil Chile Cop. Ex. Dlv. 4054 139 S7 S2 93 60 39 88 ft 12514 5C5i 79% 93 119 li 12 SIS 31'A 30 6Sli 112% 63 7414 Bo 94 53 li 1015. 405i 137 S25J, 97 5954 38% 87% 125 56% T'J 92% 117 30 67 V, 66% 112% 52 54% 9254 19 1254 1405-. 23% 63% 35 69% 91 3254 88 fe ISO 4254 138 65% 18% 12 5i 140 5i 63 35 49% 1 174% 41 2454 3SV4 40% 139 87 82 :t9 12554 56% 79% S3% lit 30 7414 55 33% 145 67% 11% 19 1254 14054 23% 63% 69 91 3254 885i 13% 179 _ (Bj AlBocittcd Press.) CHICAGO, June Strength devel- oped in tho com market today after a start- Important commission houses were the chief buyers. The fact that crop reports were less favorable had a sood deal to do with stimulating demand. Opening quotations which var- id 1H decline to U advance, with July- 7G% to Tl.76% and September were followed by a rise all around to well above yesterday's finish. The close was strong. ISc to net higher with July to and September S1.69fe to Oats paralleled the action' of corn. After opening 1% off to ft advance, in- cluding September at St% to the market scored a. moderate upturn all around. Provisions were firmer with grain and 3S% 85 57 16 1654 90% 35% 9% 30 71% 38% 104 38% 38% 6854 99 16 36 V4 Mater A Fur Grww calf bldea. Curod calf 2tc. Cured Ifttfltc. 12c. No. l from UVta. vfim Qiiwexie. Seal. It. 60 0k. Wool. J. T. A Co. Valencia box, New JH bbL; per 100 715i 83 10% 485. 313% 805i 9514 1i? "54 33' 71 30% 4654 68 78 S554 93% 105 68 4554 15% 4654 113% 79% S75i 92% vjy, 19 23U CORN MARKET SHOWS STRONGER TONE TODAY hoga. ume. Business, however, lacked vol- WALL STREET TRADING IRREGULAR DURING DAY _ (By PTOB.) XEW YORK. Juno 28. Gains of one to five points in special shares and losses of ono to two and a half points In steels, oils and rails denotea the un- even torje of the stock market in the first few minutes of today'? trading. Barrett. Endicott Johnson and Ameri- can Express represented the construct- ive side with popular equipments "and food issues. Replogle steel. Virginia Iron, Royal Dutch and Union Pacific featured the reactionary stocks. Trad- ing was light although early quotations in foreign exchange strengthened the mpression of Impending' pold imports. Trading became mono desultory nnd Irregular with the progress of the ses- sion, Intermittent selling in the !iT5t hour of shippings, Ptccls and minor specialties at losses of 1 to 4 points, ef- fected virtually all early gains. A rally led by equipment, food and chemical shares, was accompanied by improve- ment in oils, steels and several of the cheaper motor Issues but rails showed no perceptible chance. A sale of ap- proximately Anglo-French fives at was the of tho ir- regular bond market. Oill money loan- ed and renewed into next wCek at seven per cent, On a. sudden burst f activity and re- gardless of Sp-mcr money tendencies. prices mounted to highest levels In the last hour. Some of the oils, motors and shippings registered extreme- advances of three to seven points. was strong. The closing Liberty Bond Market Higher at Start. (Br United Prew.) NT5W TORK. Juno rtock market opened litllo higher today. up U- S. Steel Hiixi. up Northern Pacific up >i; Crucible Strel up American locomotive up American Woolen 5ft. up Baldwin up Itrta.il JStorcs 73. tip U; General Motors Republic up 1A: Union Pacific WIT Barrett 'OM% up Texas Company, ex. dfvi- jnti. Up Bethlehem B. B Chemical mocks featunwt at All that aro to ontrr nto tho new merger had pharp KKW TORJC. June TJbmrty bond ouotatkmg today won as follenm: 96.20 HSJ2Q 2ml Ut 4' 2nd 16c lb. 1'oultrr Chickens Der lb., Ua Dor ID., turners Cimpo fruit, t' box. cabtace.. fe lb. 9 lb. lifuaaa box. I UVE STOCK MARKET] Pittsburgh Mirfcct rTTTSBUROTT'pft.. 3.000; market lower; i: heavy 4th Victory Vfctoiy SH.94 35.72 FOREIGN EXCHA6E RATES _ tight pi re Shoep and Tlccelntn COO; mar- fcot ileady; top, sheep ton lambs 360; market top TORK. JunV at tha opcrUnfr toda.y Oonumd off l cent at Prmndi 12.12; cables 11.M. LIN' up H- MArlu denumd .0251; cables .0260. up Canadian .X7IO. Demand Aerllnf closod at off net. franc wore up 3 at Uos checks up 35 at lire cables IS. 65. Maria demand .0254; Canadian .8770. _ forced be- ew 80, The- low on American Woolen if 95 represented a drclinn or nearly ten from last hinh. j in the- aflijrnoon iradlnc active. Cniclhle van panicularty scarce, up to 142Vi- I'iin- Amrrican. which broke durinc ihq morn- to fracUonally above lOii mJHed to i. Chtcago Tool galnrO reacMmp The market Steel common a Ich for day at an var- hich nt 93. ICntftcoft noltl to 91 but lalT of tM? The call money artvanr- ed to 9 per cent In final draJInirn, but covcrinsr of stocks continued right up to the close. Ent Buffalo Uvpctvck Market market, dry fed.' steady; gnuffierv, lower. market steady. 400; market rrtemdy; heavy mixed J16.2S; yorkera Jlfi.25iSilfi.35; few licht yorltcrs Sh.eep arid 600; lambii ntrong, others 50 city l -Market weak; Bpedal lie Prlma No. 1 No. 3 2.26- -clover Dresaed Market quiet; tur- chickens fowlu 23 hs ycarlJnrn lower. 60: mixed Livestock Market. flly I'rML> rjfDlAKAPOJJS. Juno Cattl Receipt a 7.000; market hlghe-r. I Receipts 1.2PO; market weak. Sheep Receipts market lower. Calves Receipts market steady. Heifers. "Kodd to beat JJ2@ 14; common to medlttnrjl0jjl2; good to best cotgb, choice (fall; stockers and jtecdins cattle, cood to choice Htcers common to fair utflent 10'. v Good mixed J15.8S: assorted urtiform1 fat lioffs fat back piea J13.BO down; light pigs down, ducks r.. iIJvc Poultry Martcct ftrm: fowls tur- Xcys 35c; roosters 20c; chlckcna. broil- firm: milk, com mon to specials sklma, com- mon to specials Much of th enrly selling: crnterrd in Vanadium and Arneri- FEDERAL RULES MTE FOR GAS ASKED Bureau of Mines Is Asked to Pass Regulations to Con- serve Natural Gas. SUGGESTIONS ARE MADE (By Associated Presil WASHINGTON, June public utilities commissions will be asked by the bureau of mines to put into effect before October 1, 1920, certain regulations for the use of natural gas "in order that the best possible use may be made of the rapidly waning natural gas in this country-" The regulations were drawn up by the national committee on natural gas conservation, after a series of meetings with experts of the bureau. They include: Proper adjustment of all appli- ances to insure best combustion; use of grid or skeleton lids on all cook- ing stoves; elimination of all heating furnaces providing an cfflciecy of less than 75 percent; elimination of all tank heaters which do not have jacketing and flue connections; ab- solute prohibition of all day nights; lamps and jets. TO BE ARRANGED SOON Senator Harding in Conference With Manager Will Set Im- portant Date Soon. HARDING ASKS FOR SPEED (Br Associated Prcsa.) WASHINGTON, June for the formal notification of Sena- tor Warren G. Harding of his nom- ination as the republican presiden- tial candidate was expected to be fixed at the conference today between the senator and his pre-convention campaign manager, Harry M. Daugh- of Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Hard- GMHoiise SEEKS RECEIVER FOR FORT WAYNE TIRE AND RUBBER GO, William A. Sheets Files Suit Against Local Company in Superior Court. SUPERINTENDED BUILDING vi. A. a nee is, wno ing's home at Marion, Ohio, already tended the construction of the Fort "William A. Sheets, who superin- SYRACUSE NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Clinc and children, ot Elkhart. were here Sun- lay at the home of Harve Cory. Mrs, John Hendrickson. of Blkhart. is here this week visiting friends and also attended the missionary conven- tion. Mrs. Dr. Norrfs from that city is also seeing old friends here while attending the missionary gonvention. ..Word has been received here from Garrott hospital that Mrs. William Kay. of this place, is gradually grow- Ingr weaker after an operation for gallstones. Her condition is serious. ...Mrs. Marietta Kincaide, who has been ill for some time, is gradually improving.. .Mr. .and Mrs. Fred Hershberger spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clex-eland on Lake street. ___George Schick and family were Goshvn visitors Saturday night...Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder and daugh- ter, from SprlngOcld. are visiting friends hero. Mr. Snyder is employed as linotype operator on tho Illinois State Journal...Mrs. Blias Harsh at- tended the funeral of her brother-ln- Ia.w, Jonathan Warren, at Rochester day last week Mrs. Goorye Kline, of Howe. was hore this wc-ek; visiting her cousin. Mrs. Anna Dowart. and attending tho mission- ary convention.. Tjoralno Rich- art, who is employed in Elkhart. Sunday hero with her parents, Mr. unit Mrs. Ernest Rlcliart.. Mis- has been selected as the place of the notification. The conference with Mr. Daugherty was the only formal en- gagement the nominee had for today but informal meetings with fellow re- publican leaders and friends who have not yet had an opportunity to offer their congratulations were ex- pected to keep him busy. The njeetlng with Mr. Daugherty was regarded as important chiefly because it was believed it would deal with many details of the immediate plans for conducting the republican candidate's campaign. Mr. Harding was said to desire that the date for his notification be fixed at once BO that all arrangements could be made in ample time- "MISS WILSON" FIGURES IN ELWELL MURDER CASE (Continued found dying in a chair in his home here a week aero. Victor Von Schlegell and hig di- vorced wife. Viola Kraus, were ques- tioned until last night. District At- tornev Edward Swann announced. After examining Von Schlegell for six hours at the district attorney's office, he was taken to his apart- ment and questioned. A revolver found in the apartment was dusty and had not been used recently, po- lice said. Miss Kraus was examined In her apartment. She was with Elwell the eve. of the murder and had an en- with him to play golf the following day. Assistant District Attorney Dponng who questioned Miss Kraus, said slue was "entirely vindicated" of having any connection with the affair. Important information was fur- nished authorities by Miss KraUS, Dooling said. Authorities today summoned Mrs. Joseph dwell, the murdered man's widow; Mrs- Marie his housekeeper, who at first concealed tho fact that she had hidden a wom- an's night clothes found in Elwell's home to protect the girl: chauffeurs Wayne Tire and Rubber company's building, located in the northern part of the city, alleges that he has been unable to collect due him for his services and accordingly has filed suit for appointment of a re- ceiver for the concern, in the super- ior court. In his complaint, filed through At- torneys -Smith and Parrish, the plaintiff avers that the company was organized in October, 1917, with a capitalization Of and that in 1918 it increased its capital stock to He further alleges that it is contemplated to still further in- crease the capital stock to the amount of He states that although the com- pany has been paying- its stock sales- men commissions from 25 to 40 per cent., its production to date has been very limited and that although the plant is said to have a capacity of 500 tires per. day, the company has 'as a matter of fact been manufactur, ing only 35 tires per day, which he says brings by far too meagre an in- come for the company to be con- ducted on a paying basis and that while the plant was represented by stock salesmen as having: 400 em- I ployes. it as a matter of fact, there never have been more than a fraction of that number at work. Mr Sheets also alleges that a large part of the money derived from the sale of stock is being to "ng the salaries of the officers of the company. He sets forth that the company has a large quantity of raw material on hand and that it is to the best interest of himself and the stockholders that H, receiver be ap- pointed to take charge of the com- pany's business and plant and among other things work up the raw ma- terial and sell tile-manufactured pro- duct., GOT FACIAL INFECTION Edward Eix, unlawful possessidft of automobile. John Long, charged with forgery. John S- Berger, charged with draw- ing a deadly weapon. Norman Brown, charged with un- lawful possession of an automobile. James P. Smith, charged with sell manding Judgment in the ram eff-j 11.400. H. C. Crablll is attorney for the plaintiff. Henry Seibert is suing Max Bold for possession and damages in the sum of Hyan, Ryan Aid- ,T :ire attorneys for the plaintiff. The case of Jennie Goldstlne vs. Place and others, suit for ing and unlawfully having intoxicat-! E. Plac Ine-liauor I session of real estate, was dismissed ing liquor. Mrs. Laura Cannon, charged with violating a board of health ruling by aiding in holding a public meeting during the! influenza ban. Perso R. Bell, charged with sajne offense. JURY HANDS DOWN VERDICT. Dr. Baractt Gets Judgment Against Hospital. A jury in the superior court at 7 o'clock this morning found for the plaintiff in the sum of in the case of Dr. W. W. Barnett vs. the Hope-Methodist Hospital associa- tion, suit for damages for the death of his wife in an elevator accident last summer. Alter being tried for four days before Judge William N. Ballou and a jury, the .case went to the jury at o'clock last evening. The jury deliberated all night before finally handing down a decision. Three of the jurors voted to grant no damages whatever. Takes It Under Advisement. Special Judge" .Samuel Morris in the circuit court has taken the case of Melissa Rowe against Louie H. Bunten and others, suit'for breach of contract, under advisement. No defi- nite time was announced when a de- cision would be handed dowti. Seeks Alimony. Demanding alimony in the sum of 52.000 and an allowance of 5100 per month. Lucile Stewart is suing Rob- ert Stewart for divorce in the Su- perior court. Thomas G. Moorhead is attorney for the plaintiff." Divorce Action Dismissed. The divorce action of Mary K. Gra- ham vs. Charles B. Graham, was dis- missed today, in the superior court. 11.1111 nil MWV i. j. uv j--------- society of the Church of God Kho drove several laxicabs to the TOLEDO GRAIN AND SEED MARKET TODAY met with Mrs. William Bowld Wed- nesday afternoon.. .Mr. and Mm. George Kimcs. of Elkhart. fiocnt Wednesday here...Mrs. Carl and son Samuel are here during the illness of her father. Sam Teaser, who is being'cared for at-tho borne of his daughter, Mrs. Jerome Dear- clorff. Mr. Traster is improving slowly...Mr. and Mrs. children, of Attica. Ohio, are here visiting Margaret Hay Is suffering from complications..- Margaret who has been her grandmother in Bour- bon the past week. returned home.. -The Brotherhood of U- H- church met in a. joint mwtlnjr with tho W. M. A, of the church at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. MUt Hrntfrew lawl night. After thn business was dis- posed of. ICC cream and was nerved...Mlw Marie of Elk- hart, is upending a week here with relatives...Sankey Vorhis. who has been in Benton Harbor for the lost few weeks taking baths for rheu- matism, haw returned to his home hero much Improved health...Tho annual convention of the W. M. A. of Inn CSoshen cIlKtriet of the Mothofllnt (By Unftrd PmM.) June 1 3 yellow, c.-wh 2 white, caxli 2. cash 2. conn Oct. Dee. "Clover Oct. Dec. and cash (J913) cjixh Sept. Oct. and March -G2c, church was held Methodist church Tuesday of this the Syracuse on Monday and weolci-.Mrs. Orla Vorhls Is spending a fpw days in TClkhart at the home of Garfiold Vor- hls... Mr. and Mrs. John Snobarger spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jensen. Klwrll home the day previous to the murder and Mrs. Clifton Potter, president of tho Studio club of which rciwell was a member. A Kirl who she spent Thurs- day with Klwell was found by au- tlioritlos. according to today. Tho belief was cxpwwcd that she may have met Klwell at home ?ariy Friday morning. While they were alone In' the house, Elwell was summoned to the door by the man who later shot him, according to this theory. Says He Improvident. Anna C. Kelly has commenced ac- tion for divorce Andrew J. Kelly, in the superior court. The prin- cipal allegation contained m the complaint, filed through Attorneys Olds and Thomas, is failure to-pro- vide properly. Floyd Mirtiah Sun Barber for Damages. Charging that he developed a bad facial infection after ho hail been shaved on June in a barber shop operated by tho defendant and alleg- ing that the infection was caused by dirty towels and tonsorial Instru- ments. Floyd K. Martlsli Is suing Sam Nlckloff for damages. He claims that the Infection kept him from work, permanently disfigured his face and undermined his health. CLEARS CRIMINAL DOCKET. Nightie Figures Again. (pr Trnw.) NT3W TOUK. Juno InvrHtlgating the murder of Joncph Klwell. turfman and whist rxnert fay particularly in revelations expncted from Mario rut n. Mr, Klwell's housekeeper, and the owner of tho pink milk lingerie, found In the Elwell house, who were to face other and answer ques- regarding the hiding of thene articles tho morning Mr. Elwell Attorney A. Tho old cleared from Prosecuting Attorney Dismisses Old SoT A. Wood In the circuit court his dismissed nine old caws from criminal docket on motion of Todd. the circuit court criminal docket. In- clude forgery, unlawful of nuto. violation of liquor tew. and heni. The nine cases dismissed arc follows: I5on Harpstcr. with wife nciclect. Joseph Hnyes. charted with vault and Says He Deserted Her. Mary K. Graham today commenced action for separate support against Charles B. Graham. The plaintiff avers that in January of this >car the defendant deserted her, and that she is sick and weakly and requires por week for her. support. Ryan. Ryan -fe Aldrjch are attorneys for the plaintiff. Lapp Road Hearing Deferred. The hearing of the petition for the construction of-the l-'tpp roaO. which WJIK to been in the county commissioners' court today was deferred, until a later date, be- cause One of the attorneys in h case is involved in a hearing in Other court today. ,oday by Judge Sol A. Wood In tho circuit court. In the case of Leo Woods vs. Ray- mond Roberts and others. Judge William N. Ballou today found for the plaintiff against the defendant. Raymond Roberts, in the sum of 5200. Final report was filed In the cir- cuit court today through Attorneys Alken and Alken in the matter of :he estate of the late William Braun. Tho Steele-Myers Co. today filed suit on a note against Augustus H. Barnard, demanding judgment In Lne sum of Olds and Thomas are attorneys for the plaintiff- WILSON HAS NOT YET ELIMINATED HIMSELF President Much. But frains From Placing: Him self Outside Fence. SITUATION CRITICAL CBJ- United NEW TORK. Juno President Wilson did not eliminate himself as a .possible nominee of tne democratic convention at San Francisco in bis interview published today, republi- cans here pointed out. The president simply mads the definite statement that ha had not and would not promote the ambi- tions of any man for the nomination, they pointed out- It was pointed out that may have maintained this attitude of sil- ence in order net to lessen his Influ- ence In the construction of the plat- form because, politicians believe, re- lease of these delejErates would great- ly reduce tls power. Political observers also pointed out that ,if the president's piame w offered tor the nomination by these Instructed delegates, anti-Wilson leaders will face critical situation because tho Wilson administration comprises the record upon which tho party make its campaign. MEETING OF PREMIERS OF UTMOST IMPORTANCE Marriage Licenses, Henry Octtinit, farmer, Sclicumann. Hot-man iSehrocder. farmer, and tyj'Oin Kchcvmann. Charles .1. Manel. bench hnnO. and M. Wcikeri. Court The of Bros, company .nir.ilnnt Ophelia suit to quiet title, has boon dismissed in the superior court at plaintifTs costs. ITanle lu. Meyers commenced suit for damages against K. A. Zern. The action Is tho aftermath of automobile collision on South Harrison street last January. Elizabeth A, 15monhlser, adminis- tratrix ot the estate of the laic A. Emenhiser. has filed suit on n. note S. B. McnUtcr, de-   House Slippers, rubber QO heels, all sizes... Children's "White Canvas, one-Strap Slippers, value, for..... Boys' Black or White Tennis Oxfords, big value, for 98c, 90c and..... 85c Forger Identified. (Bpccial to the NrwS.) BLT7FFTON, Ind., June Robert Wiley, son of Perry "Wiley, has been arrested and identified as the perwon who forged checks at Fort "Wayne, Hartford City. Marlon and ier C, F- McVlckera, of Hartford City, and Mr. Shellbacker, of the National Supply company, represented firms o f Fort Wayne, upon whom the ably during the Band Concert. fSfwrial fhf. KKW HAVEN, Ind.. June The third of a series of free band con- certs will Riven from the band wagon at the corner of Main and Broadway Saturday bv the Citizens' bacad. Old Settlors Hold Reunion. (Special to the NVws.) LAGRANGE, Ind., June old settlers of county held their forty-eighth reunion yesterday at the Mount Lutheran church, Thr, mtetlnp was in charge of O. Ballau, who has been tirre more than half a century. At the forenoon ses- sion there were short talks by Messrs. Prough. Carey Friable and several others. Dinner was served in the church basement. In the after- noon Attorney Sherman Stcele do- livored an address, after which the loving cup was presented to ttozani Newman, as the oldest continuous resident of the county who was at tlic checks were passed, and were present to identify the young man. Tho name of Lozier R-. Funk, a former Bluffton now a clerk in a Greencastle bank, was signed to the checks. Wiley's father, a well-known farmer, has agreed to make good all checks. Fumeral Services Held. SYRACUSE, Ind.. June Elmer Ott aged 58. who died in KIkhart Gen- eral hospital last Saturday evening, following an operation for appendi- citis, was buried in the Syracuse cem- etery, following funeral services held at the Evangelical church last Mon- day afternoon. The deceased is sur- vived by his wife and many relatives, two children having preceded him in death. Dies of Disease. (Sptciftl to the Ncwi.) HUNTINGTON, Ind.. Mrs. Charles 13. Grayston. aged 60. died at her home in this city late Thursday afternoon of heart disease. Mrs. Grayston had been in critical health for several months, but week ago was seemingly much im- proved. Three days ago her condi- tion again became critical. Surviving are the husband. Dr. Charles Grayston, a son. Dr. Jesse Grayston. and two daughters, the Misses Anne and Florence Grayston. Children's. Baby Doll One- Strap Slippers, worth; in patent and dull leather, for.. SPECIAL Men's Tan Oxfords, all for___ Children's Brown Leather Play Ox- fords, leather soles... 98c Little Boys' Blneher Cut, Shoes, heavy leather soles, value............ Children's But- ton Shoes, all sizei. Boys' .White brown trimmed, soles, -for and Children's. KH Button or Lace Shoes, all sizes.up to Men's arid1 BoyA' Brown Canvas. Work Shoes, heavy .rubber, soles, ali sizes, for BIG HOSIERY BARGAINS In tho West Tndios tlregBcn are nftcn worn martft from the natural Inco-Iike cloth which grows on cer- tain trees- Square Cbiiw. SYDNEY. Australia, June Australia. about to mint square pennies and half pennies of nickel. These will so Into circulation con- currently with .n.-, coinage Of which, it is understood, no more will be minted. So far tho only people to attempt to use square coins arc those of Brit- ish dominions. India has had a square 2-anna ploce wince 191 S; Oey- lon, a square fl-cent piece since 1310, and the RirMts square cent since last year. aa- tion of the Melbourne mint >.it.i ia probably dictated by the fact that square coins leave less metal in the sheets from which they are cut they pack better ivhen boxed. Use News Wants. Boys' "Men's 35e Black sizes 6 to See Them In Our Window We Close Saturday at P.M. 130 EAST BERRY STREET.   

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