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27 Jul 1924

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La Crosse Tribune and Leader Press (Newspaper) - July 27, 1924, La Crosse, Wisconsin Weather tartly Cloudy sunday probably Showtis by night or on monday warmer sunday. Sunday edition full leased wire news report of the associated press and Leader press member of the audit Bureau of circulation volume xxx number 72 la Crosse Wisconsin sunday july 27,1924 sixteen Fau is Price five cents excursion boat sinks with 200 going on in Europe de velour oct of the Dawes plan has a truck a Snag. It represents the Only Hance for Germany to make Money Nurt hence the Only Chance for other countries to pct their Money rut of Germany. Including France yet Lyance blocks it at least temporarily. Why i the stumbling Block is this. The liable thing in the p an is an Ameri-1 can loan of $200,000,000 to Ger Many. With which to Start business. It would be a primate loan from amen i can Bankers. American Bankers want Security. The basis of that Security naturally must be the uninterrupted operation of German Industry. Hence lie american Bankers want France to withdraw from Germany and stay Cut. You loan Money on a. Farm if someone else had the right at Loeb and Leopold change airy any time to make the Farmer Stop will claim boys not responsible Fob their grime defense to be based upon expert testimony As to diseased minds state near finish of Case for death penalty court Demeanour fanning and even to take Possession j of the farm. Til s will be True As Long As the in j my a. A a _ i it a of German guarantees Chicago 111. By the asset at i,.�?zts with the reparation commis press. Hope of saving Nathan h owing to american non a Leopold jr., and Richard Loeb from i is dominated by France Tho Gallows centers in the plans of j their counsel to demonstrate a degree a of mental irresponsibility for their j crime due to a diseased a the defense will said i is on. W i participation no doubt France sees the financial advantage of the american loan but France has three objectives i re on a 2 payment of Allied 3 Security from German agon. The problem then is to or France on All three of these hoped All May be Safe As pc amp sengers crowd the boats in fight for life Norfolk excursion Steamer gratitude with Between 150 and 200 persons aboard Sank in the Harbor saturday night. It is believed All of the passengers were taken off by Small boats. They were put aboard the Steamer Pennsylvania and Are being brought Bere where a Check will be made to determine if there was loss of life. The gratitude was returning from an excursion with employees of the Texas Oil company and their families according to information received Here. It struck a sunken Barge. There were Many women and children aboard and in the confusion it was impossible to Tell whether All were rescued. Some of those taken off sought Refuge on the sunken Barge standing neck deep in the water and it was thought possible others May have been carried away by the tide. Navy tug saves 150 Portsmouth Navy Yard tug Wyt Omito arrived at the Navy Yard Here at 11 30 of clock saturday night with 150 excursion lists rescued from the Steamer gratitude of the Bennett line which hit a submerged Barge in Hampton roads shortly after eight of clock ripping a Hole in her Bottom and putting her in a sinking condition. Ira i bars. I Matt Herriot it May be Ltd secret French Premier still think worked out. The Assurance Ary Hughes that if the pages plan is adopted it will improve the american attitude toward Fiance a o America May have some signee. The big trouble is we Promise France to protect Lier by against Germany and France willing to accept our past acts a Rainy of the future. A riot is handicapped because his or debt nip rank he in pm tie at. To Poincare a club repro Mise to carry Poincare poll French do it in stands behind outed by her out the inter of relating to Nestic politics and things Are Clarence i Yarrow chief attorney for j the Youthful slayers of Young Robert j Franks a that the boy have diseased minds and that they were not re j Spon sible for their Avis. A the question of Legal insanity will i not be brought Forth by the i two new experts an Index of the line of defense was afforded by the appearance in court i saturday of or. William j. Healy of Boston and or. Benjamin Glueck of i new York two noted Eastern alien Isis specialists in juvenile de Iniquen j cd i a Thuv were added to a staff of five i ranch end British 0bs6f\ Hughes speech death Knell of reparations in the View of France Are resigned to necessity must Haye u. S. Help prohibition and income tax units to he sifted during the National Campaign Couzens made chairman Heney wont be counsel Farmers to run Coop Grain marketing firm in $26,000,000 merger Silver of farm Bureau president of the company democrats say they Are Strong for the investigation Dawes plan so the conference lasts in the or. The w fur or Hen Jot and or. He hat the same posit Lack or. Hughes expat a allies that there is Merican government Tern a lion a i relation do meat in quarrels it re in 1920. A the to it hta ires a i m tin is of the Annist in a sub St mint. M s do not Atis up. A k in the of Ial Stock me what spend i nullify a can in d with i a Sou Wear i ired Ion while or Success evident in resin in i Ost of it 5 Are in i mining i to our no use of undertake that will it Limmie As such under give no Fust which the rid internal moving a it Cree me eau Blini Poi give have not be a ii. I a in is up. A spa per Prosper of or. Farmers argue is t he less lean i. Farmer to Boll there is a of a re to. The viol id be will have. And the Ieese Rne the be Rinea go alienist by the defense to. Present the Story of the Young menus mental debility to judge John it. Cav Erly chief Justice of tile criminal j court of Cook county who must fix 1 j the penalty for the defendants. One of the grounds on which the defense will base its plea is the youth of Leopold and Loeb. Neither is 20 years of age. Almost simultaneously after the week end adjournment of the penalty advisory hearing before judge Raver a or states attorney Robert la. A Rowe. I in charge of the prosecution declared in reference to the states plea for the death penalty Crowe predicts Gallows a i think we have made out an Iron Clad or. Crowe had touched Bottom in i tin pit which for four Days had supplied seemingly endless material for a the Mountain of evidence which he i said would place the wealthy Young j College students in the Shadow of the Hangman a noose. He expects to i scrape the Bottom clean on monday. Or. Harrow and ins colleagues in the defense Benjamin and Walter i Bachrach struck Back at the Testi j Mony Ltd a state witness saturday for the air get Lime when Harrow attacked ers see irreconcilable clash Over guarantees French Industry willing forego reparations in interest of settlement to by William Bird i by radio to the Tribune special european correspondent copyright lid. By the Onsol dated press association Paris it is the Twilight of the treaty of Versailles Aud the end Hughes has a ,.i Jit Din a imn represent for Wertam disaster following tires in Bombe this Wink that g americans Price for financial Aid in restoring War shattered Europe is .ss-.-i, \ the abandonment of claims which special radio dispatch to the Tribune. Copyright i Sam by the consolidated however justified legally under the press association Versailles treaty Are held by Fin t inter Allied Confer Neiers to constitute a menace to French say yank Bankers demand too much Security would split up at once except it it a reparations. Secretary c. N. Made Plain to Frances once in London still survives but its Fate Bangs in the balance. A break up seemed inevitable on thursday but Premier Herriot will remain in London Over the week end and desperate efforts Are being made to save the negotiations from wreckage. The writer is unable to discover peace and therefore to americans invest no at Iii the peace settlement. Secretary Hughes Bas not put it so crudely but even in France Bis phrases arc admitted to mean this when stripped of their polite veneer. And the interesting part is that France is resigned to acceptance of a arty. Unes f la ape Hood int Tam it Brilliant the re of detective a. Murphy chair he executive Board of the Council of agriculture a a who represents thousands Ranier. He says what pro i taken will to by the epee lat and middlemen. The increase. The banners very Little at this because to per cent of the crop is thready marketed. In any event the Price is too Low to show a profit. Man c Ameri dirt fax dirt fit time air id. Lithology aporia it s Cortland that student of Law Leo and who believed he had work to do fur the world had told the officer after bus confession that when he determined to seek life imprisonment instead of death As his punishment be would plead guilt v before a a Friendly Gorilla my maintained the truth of Bis remark. The first attempt of the de a confident Hopes of Success in any re americans conditions so clearly does j Spon sible Quarter. Or. Herriot is j France realize that even at this Price desperately anxious to prevent a american Aid is . Breakdown but he is clearly con a must save late scions of the weakness of his per. R Sonal position in he fare of Formica 1 Hilt a Scronce Able hostility in Paris and the men 1"8 Ltd in the fining week is the drafting of some formula which will sae Frances feelings without impairing the substance of what or. Hughes prime minister Macdonald and american mid British Bankers regard As necessary Safe Washington. A Secretary Mel Long a enforcement of prohibition is to to investigated coincident with the National Campaign but the sudden decision of the Senate committee charged with the task to go ahead brought out formal statements saturday from senators Watson Indiana and a Mizens Michigan republicans explaining their Conception of events leading up to it. A senator Couzens was elected during the Day As chairman of the committee in place of senator Watson. Who indicated his desire to retire but not until he had concluded a two hour interview with president j Coolidge. Senator Watson then went j to the White House and later the two senators made Public their statements. Reject Heney As counsel meanwhile democratic members of the committee. Senators King of Utah and Jones of new Mexico a1 i though officially silent made it Clear that they were for investigation fill j in and immediate and had been ally along. The commit a rejected the i proposal that Francis j. Honey j California Quot graft prosecutor be retained As special counsel but author ired selection by senator Couzens and Jones of some one else for the work. September 2 was fixed As the Date for open Healing in Washington. Honeys name had been brought Forward originally when the committee was holding hearing s during the session it of Congress and it aroused bitter debate in the Senate. At that time the committee was devoting its attention to an investigation of the internal Revenue Bureau and tax a in lesions in general and to charge was made and denied that there was Blunt censure for Persia on consuls death Washington d. the associated Blunt statement that the Washington government views with grave concern indignities suffered at Teheran by mrs. Katherine g. Imbrie widow of the american vice Consul who was murdered by a mob in that City is to be presented to the persian government. The communication to make it Plain that the United states hold that Persia must take whatever stops Are necessary to insure efficient co operation in the part of its subordinate officials and police in order that adequate Protection for All americans May be assured. Minister Kornfeld at Teheran reported to the state department today that on last tuesday a persian youth grabbed the Viel worn by airs. Imbrie and attempted to tear it from her. During the attack he spat upon her. A native policeman was believed to have witnessed the affair from a distance but did not interfere. Mrs. Imbrie was Riding with the wife of a missionary worker when the outrage occurred. The incident prompted Tho state department to expedite its handling of the ease of the murder of vice Consul Imbrie. No official admission could be obtained at the state department saturday that a note already had been dispatched by it was Learned that the first official expression of the departments views on the situation in Teheran was Likely to be made Public Early next week probably on monday. Officials Bere recognize that the attack on mrs. Imbrie probably was the aet of a fanatic. Board of directors includes leaders of numerous co operatives new company formally in business on monday will compete with private agencies in Coop basis Mur Phy by to says $2.00 wheat i pull the Farmer of Hole and the Price must be i fore he Sells his crop not a1 Ile demands the enactment nary if Augen Bill a sort of g of farm prices. Probably farm Prosperity ii Way. Especially in the wheat i Quot Outlook in America is for a a by crop while fore a Wile Are Short. Shortage is Estin at least 100.000,00 1 Busl would seem the american a a in on tim occurs be fur ivc seed the Fanner is not entirely i the it w fens to break Down the testimony of state witness and consumed virtually the entire court session today. A oaths More serious in the presence of the court and Spectator saturday the bearing of the defendants was Iii marked contrast with that of previous . Burlier in tile week they sat. For Mstan j noticeable intervals apparently pay it crop i ii on i v casual attention to the pronged -1 needs of t be Ide heft Erward. F the my Guarani to is on the it. The Ace of the Paris press which amiably j suggests that he has put his head into a cunningly prepared Anglo Ameri a can trap. Pertinak As usual takes the Lead in the screaming chorus. Refuses pledge the Plain fact is that France re fuses to give guarantees which alone i can make the Dawes scheme effective. The formula drawn up in regard to the declaration of default and subsequent proceedings is wholly in j adequate to secure the position of creditors to the proposed loan. It Means that in event of the allies not agreeing on punitive measures France would be in a position to re guards against murther such adventure a the Buhr occupation. When this formula is found a it will by no easy matter but it is not Premier Herriot will return to Paris and Lay it before the French Pari in men t which though undoubtedly disappointed will have Little Choice Blit to ratify it. Edouard Herriot will have fulfilled the ungrateful Mission of administering Tho bitter Pill of defeat to Frances to sumo Independent action against Ger id icy of the list to live years an or will Many As in the Case of Premier Poincare in the Ruhr. In such circumstances what would become of the Security of the creditors bitter criticisms Are being levelled against the financiers but it is difficult to see How they can weaken in their demands. If Germany is not a then make his exist from the stage of world politics. France can to collect that. Is How sober critic Here View the situation. It is tragic for France but inevitable France will be left with tremendous War debts both sight i silage at g Woodings. They talked Lii lit hearted guaranteed against a revival of poin j internal and external and Little proses. It y an i whispered frequently in Jo-1 ear ism real Security for a loan be-1 in it of German payments for no Farmer moods to their attorneys and Cones a Mere Shadow. The struggle matter How Well the Dawes plan May when the t guards. I in London makes it Clear that France i work and How Large the reparations the crop is saturday however the lads snt8t wants two irreconcilable things j Bank it will be virtually impossible _ v a a a amounts across the dealers like or. It the mercy of Whie Farmer like or. Murphy a Alk about political solutions of economic problems the outcome of we cd is As problematical As Hie problems themselves something else is going Forward. The american farm Bureau is in process of taking Over five of the greatest Grain elevator it the noun try. Negotiate a ugly tile two hour session under t reparations and Politico economic apparent self restraint. They appear j Dominion Over Germany. Of to pay strict attention to the trial i afraid to let go and spoke to each other Only on two the one Hope left in the gloomy situation is the Universal fear of the a re of. <1.1 the f Bur five n panics a also Tai Cie a the West. Acquire ail below to Thor by re As it when t Oasis b tape to All some 120o red through the n Bureau Aims orators to a litre More than 1 of surplus. That Don it Back enough wheat to keep by Market Supply somewhat demand. That is iness has succeed edible control of the e Farmers upon a c come businessmen t in own financial Des # late diet # having Market. Al canal la Jass Albu icy in i it Are in my him setts Aud Tate is it ill cinch re id be is done thi it i v j Follette will carry the be self one Era his and ure has a a states. I it v of new Ork Mit a two other Northern lain the sol Iii South election. President i used that Hio. Iowa and k it of airily his and with the i o Fca r. Forget this guess. It is Only n partly calculation. I n will not carry 25 states. Ile states enough to throw lion into Congress. In the Bouse of representatives to will pre Bat tile election of i her i olt Didge or a incs. Just a they will prevent his Section. In the Senate either Daw s or Barie Bryan will be elected vice resident Fin i Tju automatically la it president to fill the \ la a a cd on or three occasions and then with serious expressions not perhaps troubled but in Sharp contrast to the Jaunty Demeanour of other Days. And vet outside the court room the restraint seemed tossed to the wind Quot and the easy nonchalance of the Young students was again in i evidence. A a our looks Harrow s drama a with our locks and harrows brains. I tiling Well get along pretty Well was Leopold or fitment after in and i fellow prisoner were j taken Back to the jail. Both he an Loeb appeared conf Dent of Tho result of the questioning i of Griland but their chief counsel. I j although they expressed weariness jut boing constantly interviewed. Nathan let old is spectacles set in an imitation Tortoise Shell Jonie the slender due on which the states attorney began the examination of the to Transfer Large Frontier without again upsetting j German Exchange which is precisely what the Bankers will not tolerate. I one consoling compensation is seen j namely that the same natural Laws which prevent pm Nee from Gettin a a a drive on against Secretary Mel Ion. Senator Couzens statement said a it is tin committees intention to investigate tin income tax unit and prohibition unit of the internal reve j Mio Bureau for Tho purpose of seeing whether the Laws a being pro j Perly Carri i out and if any Amend j men to to the Law would improve the functioning of the internal Revenue Bureau. The committee is going into j the matter with an entirely open mind As to conditions and As to what they might find or recommend to Congress when if convenes Watson opposed senator Watson said a i have persistently opposed these investigations and made two speech j is on the floor of the Senate voicing my opinion. I resigned As chairman of this subcommittee because i could not consistently retain that to sit Ion while opposing the activities of the committee. It is very doubt i fill whether i shall remain As a member of the committee at All if they insist on sitting during the Campaign. Eggs work cd Safe under fire but get nothing Bangor n. I a persistent in their efforts to open the vault of the Peterson enters Law and politics on the same Day admission to bar granted As he announces candidacy for the Assembly former Cox of Badger Crew student Leader managed most of teams at local High and Normal saturday was a big Day for James i. H. Peterson better known As a a Jimmie Peterson when he was coxswain of the Wisconsin Crew. For on saturday James d. H. Peterson la Crosse passed the state bar examination and was formally admitted to the bar of Wisconsin Aud a a Jimmie Peterson of la Grosse was announced As a candidate for the Assembly to succeed Henry nein of this City. The announcement that or. Peterson had passed the bar examination came from the supreme court at Madison almost simultaneously with the announcement of the la Crosse Many a initial venture into polities. Some manager or. Peterson who lives at 311 South fifth Street will be 30 years Farmers axe Bane Hank Bere five of Are on a Kurt seventh he Grad Lamills continued at heir work under a fire of rifles making three separate consequences of a breakdown of the Dawes scheme. The immediate re Toa. I Bult in germane would be collapse a Quot enl Quot its. a a of the Rente Mark and political and 1,r, rent the 1 ,&Quot,c<1 Hail Tel and air economic disruption of the country. Repercussions in France would be Only less serious and it is expected that the franc would he badly shaken and that occupation of the Ruhr would again become the subject of furious controversy. While this great theme is occupy-1ca�?�>c ing the minds of politicians another i it International question is filling the i press with feverish discussion. Amaz lug scenes at the olympic games in Paris have shocked Public opinion Here. All correspondents agree that the conduct of judges competitors land spectators alike has been an unprecedented outrage upon the Trade Ert a by internal Loans at High intentions of sport. The games have been based on the expectation that prevent land from getting War debt payments from France. I Ranee has henceforth a ready answer to Anglo Saxon gov j eminent when they demand debt j payments. All she will need to say is j a please Send the Dawes committee Over to decide How these payments even supposing foreign debts Are admitted to be a collectable. France will have a fearful Burden of internal Dent to discharge As Best she May. A Large part of War expenses As Well As All reparations oots and most of the pension costs during tile last file Vears have been Cov to o youths Wen it saturday. Re grand finale of the again before the turned into violent nationalist demonstrations and As the times observes every British. American and italian competitor started with five when s enact a a a hers will be j 0f Brousse who bit ins English of enl Jed a read the confession of the exponent and he was awarded the verdict although he admitted he was beaten on Points. But americans have been the chief objects of the resentment of the crowd. And defendant morning t to a. Perhaps tuesday in defense will begin. Reform worker shot at Polla san Antonio . M. Culpepper �,5, a Baptist lecturer and a worker for Tho better government ticket in the local primary Campaign was shot and instantly killed at har Landale late saturday. Jim Lubber on sick learn v. La Blo a j the crowd at the polls. R Deputy sheriff is held was roughly handled by England May quit discussion Here turns chiefly whether England should withdraw from the games permanently. The English boxing committee has announced that it will not take part in Germany would eventually pay. Industry wants settlement on the optimistic Side then Are Many frenchmen chiefly among the to believe the sooner the reparations question is wiped off to Ltd calender the better it will be fur France As Well Sis the rest of Europe. Settlement of the incessant wrangling Between France and Germany England attempts to blow the Safe and finally departed without securing any loot. The attempted Bank robbery occurred late Friday night but Telegraph and Telephone wires which the bandits Cut. Were not restored until saturday. Diaries Ellis Ami ii. F. Smith Standard Oil company agent both known for their skill in handling rifles obtained their guns when they noticed a dim Light in the Bank Ami opened fire on the building. The bandits continued their work however and the town heard three distinct explosions in the Bank building. Kun flux Choice leads in Texas governors race Dallas. Texas. A judge Felix Robertson of Dallas with the endorsement of thu flux Elan As a democratic candidate for governor wag leading his eight opponents in incomplete returns from ii counties of the 252 in Texas Early saturday night. Reports to the Texas election Bureau gave him 7.438 votes. Lynch Davidson an anti klan candidate was and Between France 8econd with 6.531 vote and abandonment of i fatso Hopes of German payments will enable All Europe they hold to Ltd net j or wit to work on the basis of present j i realities instead of chimerical future Prospect s. Notably France and future competitions and agrees that the program continued on a Gas six Germany will be enabled to Cooper everyone Tate in a manner they never have should be i n Able to do before and tin continued on Page six Gideons re Al fat Boggs Madison. We. A Samuel it Beggs of Fhil Adeli bin was re elect 1 president of the Gideons at the business session Here. President Boggs has inst completed his first term As National executive. A. D. Hire i Lespie Fargo n. La Ware elected i vice president. With the class of 1912, after a school career which included membership on the debating team a baseball letter and management of several of the school athletic teams. Then he went on to the Normal school graduating in 1915, after having been manager at one time or another of every athletic team of the school. Thereafter or. Peterson Betook himself to the state University at Madison for three years half of the time As a student in the Law school and the rest in the school of journalism. In Madison he being a Small Chap with the necessary punch was Cox Swain of the varsity Crew As Well As j a Leader in debating and oratorical work. He was a member of i Kappa Alpha fraternity. Served the Kins Here in the life of or. Peterson a War came along in which the government Laid Down certain rules As to size for those who wanted to face German shells. But Napoleon was a Small Man too. And or. Peterson persevered despite numerous rejections. Finally in the Spring of �?T18 he landed right Side up in the Field artillery and by the time he went overseas he carried the chevrons of a sergeant which he bore for a year on the other Side. Demobilized at length or. Peterson entered the Law school of Washington and Lee University at Lexington va., and since then has spent two years As a student of Law in the office of Frank Withrow in la Crosse. He took his final bar examinations last week. In passing or. Peterson was four Summers the manager of the City j Bath House. Chicago by the associated press a Millard r. Myers of Chicago who represents a number of co operative farm associations is chairman of the first Board of directors of the Grain marketing company. The new organization that resulted from the $26,000,000 merger of five Large Grain companies Here last week. The personnel of the Board was denounced saturday. The others on the Board Are m. D. Lincoln. Columbus Secretary of the Ohio farm Bureau j. Cloverdale Ames Iowa Secretary of the farm Bureau federation Oscar Ashworth Mattoon 111., Farmer a. To Middleton. Eagle Grove Iowa Grain Fanner and with the Iowa banners elevator association a. N guld Kewanee Iii., Bauk president r. J. Taber Columbus Ohio master of National Grange Gray Silver Martinsburg w. Va., Washington representative of the a. F. Ii. F. J. Of Roe Gary South Dakota president of the South Dakota farm Bureau g. M. F. Dyer Spencer Iowa Grain Fanner o. F. Bradfute Ohio president of the a. F b. F. W. J. Brown thief River Falls. Minn., president of the american wheat growers Fred a. Madge Peru. 111., Grain Farmer and president of Illinois Farmers elevator association and Harry l. Keefe Walthill Nebraska president of the Nebraska farm Bureau. Start on monday the company will formally begin operations next monday. Gray Silver president of the company said a in the Grain marketing company we have an effective Grain marketing organization on a truly cooperative plan. Naturally sue i an organization will function in Competition with All other marketing agencies in the Trade. Inning the last several years the activities of Ito Farmers co operatively and legislatively have brought about a condition on which this company is the natural result. A there xviii be no halt in the machinery of the firms which have been Federated despite the rapidly increasing volume of Grain flowing to the Market the business of the old concerns will be transferred to then a company in such a manner As not to disturb the flow of Grain and the conduct of 46.000.000 bushels less than 1023 Washington the carry Over of wheat in the United states on june 30,was placed at 102,000,000 bushels about the same amount As last years by an estimate saturday of the department of agriculture. The estimate includes stocks in Interior Mills and elevators which were placed at 34,000,000 bushels amount on farms Aud the Supply in terminal markets. The estimated distribution of the crop differs materially from last year Tho department announced. The total 1023 crop was estimated at 786.000.000 bushels. Imports including flour were 27,000,000 bushels and the total carry Over was 102,-000,000 bushels making a total available Supply of 915.000.000 bushels. Seeding requirements were estimated at 87,000.000 bushels while about 568.000.000 bushels were needed Fop milling purposes. Exports of wheat excluding flour were 79,,Ooi bushels and about 79,000,000 Bushel were fed on farms. A with a carry Over of 102,000.000 bushels and an estimated production this year of 740.000.000 bushels the indicated Domestic Supply this year la 842.000.000 bushels compared with 888.000.000 bushels last year a the department states. A the amount of wheat that will be imported is of course problematical but with the increased duty it is doubtful whether much wheat will be imported for milling new Rise saturday Chic ack a by the associate cd press a sensational upturns in wheat at Liverpool and Winnipeg saturday brought about an extra Ordinary Rush of buying Here. Chicago values of wheat soared As much As 6 1-8 cents and then reacted As a result of wholesale efforts to realize profits the Market closed extremely nervous and unsettled at 3 3-8 to 4 5-sc net gain september $1.35 to $1.35 1-4 and Doce in Ber $1.37 7-8 to $1.38. Torn finished 1-2 to 2 3-8e up Oats showing 7-8 to 2 i-8c Advance and a it Roll Sions at a Rise varying from to cents to 17 to 20c. Hull Blaine and Zimmerman file a Madison John j. Blaine saturday filed As a candidate for re election As governor with Secretary of state Fred Zimmerman. Other filings included that of Merlin Hull Black River Falls for Congress from the 7th District. /

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