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   Emporia Gazette, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1933, Emporia, Kansas                                Page THE EMPORIA DAILY GAZETTE Emporia Kansas Friday April 7 1933 Todays Markets GRAIN LOSSES REDUCED After Cent Drop Cora Clnec Only S8 to 78 Down Chicago April 7 Vacuums which developed at times today in speculative demand for grains forced a maximum fall of 3H cents a bushel in corn All grains received good buying support after price downturns and wheat to about yesterdays finish In the late dealings In many Quarters traders adopted a waiting attitade pending new legislative de velopments kt Washington and in regard to currency inflation possi bilities Wheat closed nervous at the same as yesterdays finish to lower corn 38 to 78 down oats 14 to Mi off and provisions unchanged to 7 cents dscline Wheat close May STA to 68 July 58 38 to H Sept 59 39 to H Corn May 33 18 to H July 35 to y Sept 37 to 37 18 Oats May 20 38 July 20 34 Sept 21 14 Rye May 45 58 July 46 to 48 18 Sept 45 58 Barley May 31 34 July 35 18 Lard May to 30 Bellies May July Ksasw CMty Aiitll 7 uvWheat 5 an H to Me Iwcer No a har Bantu No 3 nominal 53 No 3 bird SiVieuttc No 3 nom SJiieeic No 3 red nominal No S nominal 5JH65SWc Close May SHic July 53ttc Sept SSVtC Corn 11 cus don H to liic NO No 3 32c No 3 yellow 31H No 3 nominal aoViBSlVic No mind nominal 31V4nS2c No 3 nomina EMPORIA MARKETS Kafir Frlu Blata The price ot katlr nan rjjeu and now IE cents a busnel at Emporia No 1 whtit Heavy inns Light hens Stats COCKS bu 34 and 35o bu 34o bu te Ib 1 4o Ib 4o Ib Butter BUTTER AND BOGs WBoletale IS SI No 2 id isc Ib loc doi 7c doz ORXAM AND BOTTERPAT Wholeule Oheese factory milk per Ib buttevfat 30c Ib Butterut Sveet cream Ib 19c Ib MONEY KATES York April 7 money New castor high 2 low IVt ruling rate 3 close 1V4 per cent time loans easier 130 days 56 months per cent prime commercial paper 3 bankers acceptances unchanged BUSINESS VOLUME GAINS Expands to New High Levels for Year in Some Lines Clote May 3Hic July SJVic Sept 34c Oats 9 cars down V to iic No whits nominal SlVifiMc No 3 Win malte nominal Kafir SÍSSÜc Rye 4iVie Barley nominal HAT Kasau City April 7 Mipta too light hay re Kanau City April 7 lOc Butter creamery Jlc buttertat P314C batter Poultry hem broilers 18c rooit ers 4etc iprlngs Ho ChicafO April 7 live ear 33 steady hens heñí lOVic Sfóc turlteyt uaiic old ducki 31Q13c spring ducks lie Leghorn 17c Rock brollen 20a2Jc colored broilers 30c Potatoes el on track 301 steady trad moderate supplies moderate Idaho TtuteU South Dakota partly traded SOQWc early LIVESTOCK Kaniu city April 7 WVHogs opening steady to c Icrwr tBan Thursdays average cloied DC to mostly lOc lomr top on 190 to MO pounds good and choice 140 to 390 packing sows 379 to 350 pounds stock pigs good and choice 10 to 130 Cattle 500 calm 300 market generally steady In a cleanup trade quality plain good and cbolc 550 ts pounds commotvftfid medium 650 pounds up hellers good and choice to pounds cows good TMJers mllkftd medium to stoeker anf feeder steers food and cholee an feeder food and dioica ShMp through trade con fined to spring about steady cdd downward from 17 med ium Ttxu downward to IS spring Iambi good and choice medium good and choice X BO pounds down rood and choice X BO to H pounds ewes good and choice M to 150 X Quotations Tethers based on ewes an Chicago April 7 in cluding direct tlor mostly 5 to lie lowtr than yesterday weighty offerings and packing sows fully lOc off bulk al better grade top packing sows Cattle salves 600 steers and year lings steady to strong fairly active top paid for pound best hravies paid for pound she stock generally to strong bulls steady to weak practical top calves and vealers fuUjr IHWIJF liaoghter cattle and vealert rood and choice 990 to ÍSC7 to pounds to common and medium 550 to pounds good choice 654 to 710 pounds cows good excluded good beet reaten good and choice 16 a medium stacker and feeder steers good aiij choice 900 to Bhnp fairly active steady with extreme decline good to choice motad to packers ftw to city butchers belt held higher lambs M pounds down good and choice 90 to W good and choice U to 110 food oboioe vwu to 150 pounds good and choice Bt Joseph April all elawes opening about steady optnlrii steady to Sc lower top Rwep prospects steady WALL STREET New York April 7 WVMlntau and oil enlivened a Quiet of the market today For the list whole net changes were narrow but oils had their best day In and Home Mining often a per former ouhUd Itself wIUi a jump of nearly 30 The closing was Ir Transfcn approximated shires As in sttsissi the Ket bulged tip in the early trading then xlld back from the best making rather upward progress than In some recent sections during the early trading Profit taking developed In the grain which tended to curb speculation for the rite in Ic the Standard of N J roce 3 Itn tbarpMt gtlh In some time and closed at the top Standard of Cali fornia was up more than a point Infla tion gostlp accompanied by marked boUwuMM In the gold mining HcsMtuike twichd 1S1 up 19 at 1M Uclntyre Porcupine advanced mere thac a point U 8 Smelting silver latue rote more than 1 Profit tiklnt appeared In the sugars American Sugar lost a point Rails ran Into Mlllng Vnlon Pacific IcvlRg 1 Wooltrorth turned heavy closing Hi down Kstiont BMfri rotr nearly S ciowsa nemr the bat U B finished a tmall fric tion lower Ooppt up Irac uooallj STOCKS By B C private wire CiebaDft Clow common 3V Service preferred Bond Share II wrfl of England OoK OIJ oí Peana Standard 01 of induct It Co 13 Niagara Power Air New York April 7 ot business in some lines has expanded to new high levels for the year the weekly review oí Dun Bradstreet said today Retail sales this have been stimulated by Easter demand and merchants in leading centers report encouraging consumer response to their increased newspaper advertis lineage of which in some in stances is running nearly double that of a year ago stated As retail trade has shown a steady increase since the passing of the banking hqliday the force of the Easter buying period is expected to mark a definite upturn which will gain momentum with the advancing spring season As a whole retail sales during the week made the best showing since Plans for expansion are now be ing completed on every the review declared as faith in the es sential soundness of the countrys financial structure is stronger than at any time in its BERBNGER TO AMERICA Represent France at Washing ton Economic Conference Paris April 7 Henry Ber enger chairman or the senate for eign affairs committee Is being considered for a trip to Washington to represent Prance in conversa tions between President Roosevelt and Premier MacDounld of Great Britain The death today of Madam enger after a long sickness possibly may prevent M iJorenger accepting the Invitation Should the senator rh ated the 1926 debt1 agreement be named he would be one of the ex perts to assist Andre de la Boulaye newlynamed French ambassador to the united States A government spokesman said recently M de la Boulaye was eminently qualified to speak for the French government in the Washington conversations No invitation has been received yet from President Roosevelt out Beer Returns to American Scene But Foes Voice Criticism and Warning as New Beverage Makes Debut BIG CITIES CELEBRATE Throngs in New York and Chica go Parade and mand Exceeds Supply By The Associated Press The thump ot bungstarters on countless kegs drummed a longlost beverage back to the American scene today Lawful per cent beer gushed In territory populated by about Americans as 19 states and the District of Columbia lifted a ban more than 13 years old Jub ilee and jollity were widespread among friends of the beverage its foes voiced criticism and warning Five minutes after beer became legal at midnight a big truck gay with festoons rumbled to the service en trance of the White House bearing two brewers gift to the president Mr Roosevelt who had retired has indicated he will give the beer to friends On Broadway New Yorkers par aded behind a hearse lettered near beer is while a band in bright Bavarian uniforms played dirges and drinking songs The brewers of the metropolis had refused to deliver before 6 a m but by 1 a m some hotels cafes and restaurants had managed to get beer from New Jer sey and elsewhere Throngs cele brated In speakeasies where prices tumbled before competition customers toasted with needle beer and gin the advent of legal brew Surprisingly said Chicago beer connoisseurs as they celebrated new beers While cases and barrels sped to points of delivery there cheering throngs crowded downtown streets hotels and eating places German societies in St Paul where beer flowed freely at mid night toasted President Roosevelt and happy A funeral march ushered spiked beer to oblivion Says Constitution Is Violated While H L Mencken author iconoclast and beer expert Bal timore was tasting the new brew and pronouncing it pretty good not bad at Mrs Ella A Boole na tional head of the W C T de clared the beer violated the Eigh teenth amendment and said When the wet hysteria will have passed the American people will awaken to the fact that the liquor trlffIc cannot be controlled because of ite inherent Alfred E Smith old foe of prohi bition found himself the center of felicitations Brewers hastened to send him their first cases of beer In the confusion and frantic ef forts by brewers to keep abreast with orders no estimate could be ob tained immediately as to how much prohibition administrator fur the Chicago distrct said 60 of his agents observed the celebration and that they reported little drunkenness He said hard liquor flowed fairly free ly before midnight but not after the legal brew was available MIXED THEItt DRINKS Men Arrested In Milwaukee Admit They Fortified Legal Beer Milwaukee April 7 men charged with drunkenness were in Milwaukee jails this morning at the conclusion of the citys celebra tion of the advent of 32 per cent beer Three were arrested after mid night when the flow of legal beer started and before District Judge George E Page they insisted they had been drinking legal beer Ques tioned closely they finally admitted they had their early in the evening with gin Good beer was not responsible for a single case of drunkenness which came to attention of said Inspector John Bauschek seems to be nonintoxicating in fact The 13 arrested before midnight certainly didnt have a drop of legal beer There is clear evidence that the three brought in later drank something besides Sixteen arrests on a week day is about norma but a surprisingly low number when the size and jub ilance of the celebrating crowds la taken into account FEW AXE ARRESTED Only Seven in St Louis Held for Drunkenness St Louis April 7 all of the merriment over the return of real beer to St Louis there were only seven arrests for drunkenness last night and this morning and police said this is about half the usual number Of these only said they had been drinking the new beer and each said he had quenched his thirst with other drink while waiting for the new brew The li said there were no ac cidents attributable to the new brew except the injury of a spectator at the Falstaff Brewing company when he crushed to a wall by a beer truck etvig the loading platform The spectator Lloyd Flemming 28 was taken to a hos pital in a serious condition from a fractured spine GERMAN BREW ENROUTE Berlin April 7 first shipment of Schlossbrau brewed especially for consumers in America started on its way to New York City The newspapers of course recorded the return of legal beer in America Happy Days was the headline on one dispatch Gambrinus Rules Amer was another ELECTS TVESTFRN KANSAN H A Hart Dodge City Heads Building and Loan Leáfue Salina April 7 the Kansas Buil fl ding icers oí and Ttoan league elected at the annual con vention here today are H A Hart of a fillip the legalization oí beer i Dodge City president Frank Pow had given to business how much money was being spent on beer or how many men had been put to work Brewers in Chicago estimated had Into circulation there immediately while news paper said about persons had the matter of sending experts to Jobs in Illinois as result of Washington to participate in a preliminary meeting preparatory to the forthcoming world economic conference was discussed with Nor man H Davis American ambassa doratlarge The government ac cepted Mr Davis proposal that the experts be dispatched FACES A MURDER CHARGE Omaha Man Is Accused Anon of Omaha April 7 the heels f a secret investigation by state au thorities Harry Welner owner of the iregutted Millard hotel here was charged with arson and first degree murder while committing arson in a complaint filed today by County Attorney Henry Seal Seven firemen were killed and 22 were Injured by flames which de stroyed the building the night of February 8 Horace M Da vis deputy state fire marshal signed he complaint which specifically charged Welner with causing the death of Kranklln Kane one of the iremei killed under a falling wall of the hotel Davis Deputy States Attorney General William Ramsey and Coun y Attorney Henry Seal had been in vestigating the fire secretly for Uie past three Beal said that soon after a county coroners inquest and a city coun cil Inquiry had been concluded i ut placing definite blatre the blaze cne of the inquest witnesses notified an official that his con science was bothering him and he wanted to tell the truth beer From the first few hours tale in Minnesota jovcrnmeni gar nered In revenue Few Sell íor n Nickel The price varied In New York a muchquoted figure was a cace of 24 bottles The price for a glass was often 10 cents sometimes a nickel for a small glass but in ho tels and some restaurants it was in many cases 15 cents a glass and sometimes as high as 39 cents a bottle Four hundred thousand barrels of beer began rolling away from ell Kansas City first vice president L E Lake Medicine Lodge second vicepresident and Doris E Soden Qoodland treasurer Fiftyfour cities and 90 building and loan companies of Kansas represented at the convention which closes at noon Prominent speakers this morning included A D The bald Chicago director of educa tion and research for the American savings and Building and Loan in stitute and W M Price Topeka building and loan supervisor for Kansas KILLED BT BEER TRUCK NEWS ABOUT TOWN Collection ot awl Abe Liflansky proprietor of the French Shop went to Kansas City today on business Ecco Butter ic sold only in tons Emporia Creamery Co Ed Dumm Gene Turner and C C Alexander made a business trip today to Tópeka and Kansas City Exclusive dealer for O M Frank lins vaccines Routines Drug Co Mr and Mrs W P Cole have turned from a vlsi in Kansas City Kansas City grocers aré advertis ing plenty of pretzels cheese wein ies and rye bread this week Two gold fish 5c fantails lOc telescopes 20c whales SOc snails lOc Smiths 609 West Morton Guettel of Topeka will spend the weekend in Emporia Gladiolus bulbs 9 best varieties 3Sc dot Splrea 2Sc each field grown roses evergreens and shrubs at low prices Riverside Gardens One Emporia merchant defends double parkers He says the clerks take up all the regular spaces with their cars and his customers are forced to double park Colonial and Modern Art Wall papers Professional advice in mak ing your selection Ruth Pemberton Interior Decorator The opening of Ward week at the Montgomery Ward store drew crowd of shoppers this morning Youll enjoy eating at Coles Cafe a steak 1108 Coml Some of Emporias dead game sports sat up until after midnight last night to hear beer come n over the radio They were spitting cotton today Evergreens that will not freeze Riverside Gardens Bill Teichgraeber and Virgil Rice dealers In grain wore broad smiles as wheat topped 60 cents a bushel Seeds of the new nasturtium Golden Gleam and the new marl gold Guinea Gold at Riverside Gardens Harry Norton brought up a ques tion that is worthy of serious thought today That is what kind of a memorial win Emporia erect to the memory of the late O M Wilhite Ecco Butter sold only in cartons at your grocer Mr and Mrs George Morris will move next week from 748 West Sev enth to the residence formerly oc cupied by C L Sellare at 1106 Walnut J S Lwngley attended a quarter ly meeting of the directors of the Olpe State bank in Olpe Thuraday Mr and Mrs Carl Nation who have been in San Antonio Texas since Christmas returned to Em poria Thursday Mr and Mrs T W Baird of Den ver who have been in Em poria for 10 days with Mr Balrds brother J A Baird and Mrs Baird returned to Denver Thursday Finger wave 35c marcel 50c hair cut 25c at the Stag Beauty and Barber shop Phone 911 Penny knows how Superior Cleaners phone 615 Mr and Mrs Harry James of Sioux Falls S have rented the house owned by Elizabeth Sprague 1008 State and will move to Em poria next week Sixteen flavors of ice cream to choose from Emporia Creamery Co The Clyde Towry residence at 316 South Cottonwood is being re painted Several rooms are being repaperea at the Fred Bowers home 1706 East Wilman Court Iron Sulphate kills dandelions cheap and easy to use lOc pound 3 pounds for 25c Red X Pharmacy phone 6 Every merchant can be sure of one thing at observes Tom BEER CELEBRATOR JAILED Joplln April 7 Hill 7 of South Coffeyvllle who ame here to attend the beer cele ration was arrestad by Joplln de actives shortly afternoon today Hill and Clarence McCuUy 34 ft umpanion were held in Jail for in estlgation Detective Chief Ed ortley said he had Hill arrested Just to show him we have a Ja In platforms in New York but from there and from 1ITest other sections came word that the demand leaped ahead of the sup ply In many places the brewers held fast to the plan to hold de liveries until after dawn In Cali fornia the hour was set for 6 a m and in Oregc for 8 a m Milwaukee home of famous brews welcomed beer with German Los Angeles April 7 beer truck with a trailer in town got out of control on a n the Thompson of the Howard Courant Hollywood area early this moni u ing careened down a hill and crashed into a print shop killing Forrest Myers 34 printer and vercly injuring his mother Mrs Mamie Myers 56 Both were asleep in the building Harold Evans 40 driver said Uie transmission gave way and he powerless to stop the truck Jumped clear An automo Ach du Lieber Au some soft bands tooting gustinc and drink places selling the new bev erage for 10 cents a glass or 15 cents a bottle trucks in Airplanes deliveries augmented to distant points A carnival spirit reigned in St Louis at midnight as whistles tooted and persons ciowdod around one brewery alone to cheer as special trains and big trucks rushed the shipments away Hotels night clubs and restaurants did a cold rush business REPORTS LITTLE DISORDER But Lota of Hilarity Marked Arrival in Chicago CONFESSES TO ROBBERY Stxk Xttiwni Utilities common Co international Cotí CwpcTitlor C C Oypcuor fe L60 Santa Fe employe who oc v s uxiar I was injured Wednesday night in a Ottawa April 7 tuilty to participation in the rob bery of a Princeton bank last De cember 21 Emmett Flxley 35 Osa watomie was sentenced to an inde finite prison term in district court here Thursday He entered the plea Just before testimony in his trial was to start Chicago April 7 fp Lots of hilarity but little disorder were the words with which police described the return of legal beer to Chicago today There were fewer arrests than usual for drunkenness during the early morning hours police said and most oí those arrested ad mitted partaking of liquor stronger than beer Although never particularly strict in enforcement of sobriety author ities had ordered that vigilance be I further relaxed for the welcoming of beer Definite figures were not available but traffic accidents were reported at a lower point than us ual Police said It indicated there was no more intoxication than or dinary Police kept special watch on ho tels and cafes which did a large business in beer but no robberies were attempted M V Harney bile ana a brick building wrecked by the truck were TWENTY FISHERMEN LOST Aberdeen April 7 The fishermen of the Grays Harbor salmon trolling fleet safely within the harbor at last today counted the loss from Wednesdays disas trous spring storm as at least 12 boats and the lives of 20 men With moderating weather last night aft er riding out the storm the re mainder of the fleet safely crossed the treacherous bar while the coast guard cutter Snohomish and the wuter Red Wing patrolled the seas outside for any more disabled craft Free developing and free enlarge ments every day at the Red X Pharmacy idbeuy it motorcar accident was reported to i be mahlng satisfactory progress to jward recovery today f j Beauty Shop phone S65 HANCOCKS From Edge TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR furnished downtown phone 418 FOR 5room bun galow garage garden T B Ood FOR flroom house near Teachers College phone 416 94p48 HOOVER electric sweeper for sale call 2481 Blue Superior Gleaners Fur Coats Cleaned Repaired and Glazed MothProof Free PRICES REASONABLE W E PENNINQTON Mgr Ph 615 709W Mechanic His strongest competitor is always pleased when he falls to get his ad in the It pays to advertise in The Ga zette Roe Miller El Dorado sales man who lost his valuable Boston bulldog in Emporia Tuesday adver tised in The Gazette and the next day the dog was returned to him The dog had been captured by a family on South Sylvan street Free with each large size bottle Listerine tooth brush sterilized and holder both for 84c Red X Phar macy Epsom salts S pound bag 3Bc Red X Pharmacy H W Brinkman architect re turned Thursday from Lamed where he consulted with the post master there on the proposed new postoffice for which Brinkman and Hagan Emporia architects are drawing plans The building will cost Special Saturday and Sunday Free one gallon of gas with every purchase of 5 gals or more Peo ples Oil 414 Mechanic Otho Behymer The way the markets are acting it looks as if there was some kind of inflation in the background It may be an nounced Easter fashions smartly styled at Flnkles Hat it Dress shop 721 Commercial A sign in Kansas City as report ed by the radio We dont want to FREE SATURDAY One rallón of regular or High Test with purchase of 5 f or Ort hsblt of nine ss n gu Mm ln csrton plrat KP ECONOMY SERVICE STATION Seventh A Mechanic Back of Store the old saloons come back We want new Will says the reason more Kansans arent eating free lunch in Kansas City is because they havent the nickels for beer Emporia people still are turning their old gold into cash The Fort Jewel shop sent another shipment of gold to the Denver mint this week Another big Saturdays business is scheduled for tomorrow Todays Gazette 1 full of Saturday bar gain offerings Everybody is in a rut the great American rut according to the an nouncement of a steamship com pany Sign of reviving business The Qazette received a help wanted ad by telegraph the other day A B Knittle 611 Lincoln is in the Saeta Fe hospital in Topeka where he recently underwent a mi nor operation Ralph E Hahn and C O Bass of the Tent and Awning com pany are in Chanute awn ings on a new bank building DETECTIVE IS ACCUSED Aceued of Attempting to Kill a Public Chicago April 7 Police TDe tective Barry Lang was charged with assault to kill Frank Nitti public enemy and former Capone aide in an indictment returned today by the county grand Jury The indict ment grew out of a raid last De cember on a downtown office in which both Lang and Nitti were wounded The gangster originally was charged with attempting to kill the policeman but Lang declined to tes tify in court that Nitti shot him Another detective in the raiding par ty testified that Lang shot Nitti three times as the gangster stood unarmed with his hands at his sides Asked how Lang was wounded the detective said He must have shot Lang has been released on bond on a perjury charge based on testimony allegedly given before a previous grand jury that Nitti shot him At Nittis trial Thursday Lang would say only I dont know who shot me I cant remember what I told the grand MAY ARREST BANDITS Salina April 7 that he had information which may lead the the arrest of the bandits who held up the Fairbury bank this week Sheriff L R Stone says he conferred here last night with Fred Benton deputy state mar shal of Nebraska and Chief Lyle of Wichita and that today Nebraska officers had authorized him to go ahead in the case at this end Stone also stated that he was holding Les ter E Black Wichita in Salina for safe keeping He was arrested at Abilene several days ago and Dick inson county officers have charged him in connection with a bank rob bery at Herlngton Regular 25c Kotex 3 for 59c Rex X Pharmacy HELD FOE INVESTIGATION Two Men Charred with Fart in Plymouth Robbery Two men arrested Thursday in Topeka may be implicated in the robbery of the Plymouth general store January 29 officers They gave their names Telafero and Lyle Lambeth Merchandise found in their possession by Topeka police was identified Thursday by Miss Inez Jacobs as part of the loot taken from her store Sheriff Joe T Dailey went to Topeka to day to bring the men here for in vestigation They are tentatively charged with second degree burg lary officers said The entire stock of groceries meats clothing dishes and many other articles were stolen from the Plymouth store The thieves back ed a truck to the rear door offi cers were told TDRIVE ENDS TONIGHT Continued from One Granada theater Ray McLain manager announced the awards at Thursdays luncheon The winning team in the drive will receive a large basket of flowers contributed by Emporia florists Tonights dinner called for oclock will be served by the W C T which served the opening luncheon Wednesday and Thurs days luncheon This organization is turning overhalf of its proseeds to the maintenance fund The Program m Secret A program the numbers of which have not been announced has been planned for tonight by Rice Brown and Miss Dorothy They have arranged the daily programs held at the campaign luncheons The campaign goal this year was reduced from to Thursday at the first report a total of had been raised In cash and pledges Twelve teams of 14 mern TS eich have been working during the 3day campaign In addition a special committee which began its work weeks be fore the others has solicited many prospective contributors in and out of Emporia On this committee are H D HcKee chairman Mr and Mrs W W Finney H A Wayman Mrs Ed Mitchell C a West Fred J Brown Miss Jennie Williams Mrs E K Lord Mrs Leonard Fort Mrs Will Reeble Ed Rees Frank Pen nington and J C Oladfelter PREPARES MORTGAGE RULING Hutchlnson April 7 J O Somers in district court here in dicated he will hand down an opin ion Saturday holding the new mort gage moratorium law unconstitu tional States are without authority in these matters Judge Bomers told an attorney appearing today for a client seeking extension of the re demptionperiod The attorney asked time to submit briefs and was given until Saturday The attor ney indicated an appeal will be tak en from an adverse decision Nonexplosive Imperial cleaner best to clean hard wood floors 49c gallon Red X Pharmacy DEATHS AND FUNERALS 1 Edmonds Funeral Saturday Funeral services for James H Ed munds of Allen who died Thursday afternoon will be held Saturday afternoon in the Allen Methodist Protestant church Mr was the father of Mrs drove Qref ory of Bmporia The FuteraL Funeral servicesfor Morris Peak former Emporian who died Tuesday in Kansas City were held at oclock Thursday afternoon at the RobertsBlue chapel Rev Claude G Luge pastor of the Tint Christ Ian church conducted the E J Roberts and R O sane accompanied by Mrs Glenn Blue Interment was In Maplewood ceme tery where Emporia Masons had charge of services at the grave Pall bearers were C H Rickerd Ernert Ireland George Webber Harry Wade Eli Raymond and Clyde Stout EROGAN TAKES OFFICE Continued from Out work as was hie as sistance in the official canvass ot the vote this morning Mr Bregan won in the election over F L Tvob inson C of E treasurer Only Two Enron Found The city commissioners this morning and made the official can vast of the oil books from the city election held Tuesday Only two errors were found in announce1 unofficial returns Mr Erogan re ceived 171 votes instead of 172 the first precinct of twe Third v and Mrs W D Ross received votes instead of 284 in the Fourth ward These changes made their respective total votes for Bro gan and for Mrs Ross After the official count the misaioners passed a resolution daring Mr Brogan elected as com missioner of finance R H Jaqulth as school board treasurer and Fred Heath Ora Rlndom and Mrs W D Ross as members of the school board Candidates within 30 days after the and the election must file Itemized statements with the city clerk showing their election ex penses BANK IS REORGANIZED Topeka April 7 state banking department reported today the reorganization of the Orawkie State bank as the State Bank of Ozawkie capitalized at H W Koeneke state bank commis sioner said the reorganization made with no loss to depositors A new board of directors and two new officers Bert Netzger president and J A Kuhlman vice preidtnt were elected A O Kendall cash ier of the old bank was retained in the saine position The reorgan ization was completed yesterday and Bank Commissioner Koenefcjv reported the bank had a considerable increase in deposits the first day Rubbing alcohol full pint value 25c Red X Pharmacy INTRODUCTORY obecial to the first 24 EMPORIA CAR OWNERS who equip with the GENERALS Newton Bros 40 Less Air 80 Mere Nonskid BLOWOUT PROOF ITS HERE The newest creation by General A tire new in design in everything that means greater safety comfort and mileage And stunning new tire so beautiful it takes your car right out of its price class 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