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Tunlght nml Tuesday, fair, nxcnpl
Tor ruin In southwest portion; not mi
rolil III punt portion
i m i .ji 11 m. j it
nftnMiUi Yt'nr. N
Recuperative Power. Heidi!
HmML.LI . I Lath
"".; cna comet
A ., Early on Sunday
v I 1 1 1 1 1 I
A ftfUIK. Jl ... ... . ...
-"" - a.-li, if, n,J
"op mr ,rl' ilesth'iHcunr,! at
tk mM. .1
"lm v iu (rnimisy) morning.
IIOMK,' Jun. an. Tlio I'opn'n
body Cod ,y ,y n u, , ,M, i.
rillcn jf HI. Prlrr'a while Ml
Ihroajv , passed rrrrrmlly brforo tho
ratal qur. Tlio body Ukrn
ear today Iu llm Hl.tino cliapel
frc .i tin thronn room, Mbrm It hii
ft ml utter ileal li Sunday inomlnjr.
A Hireling of llm rWtrd roltesin
I to rlrrt n uftwir tn tlwi lain Pope
HWfMfllrt Hill Iw held IVbruary I
tor February II.
Saturday was a day of great ua
rertslnty In Home and dnp anxiety
lamonK thoso who watched and
'praynd at Iho Vatican, for vlrtaally
all hopn of the Pope'a nicovery waa
i abandoned oven early In tbn morn
.In. Aa tlm hour nasaed. thu wonder
grew at tlio rrcupnrallvn powera of
t tha I'om, which enabled htm
,th. ro,. which , cnablnd him !
niu rrnm nnn alnklna aucll to an-
JSl?i. . ..l... . ,.. .,!.'
oinor, ,,i ... w --"'"i
I rnatfulnna and alrenith.
It waa thU channlng ciindlllon
that lnaplrr.1 hope nl ono moment
and Rave rUo to minora or death
It waa thounht that If tho rope
pa taw, aafely Ihrounh the alsht h
wmltd havn a rhancn of llfn after
All dawn, and ao It proved
In tho early part of the day alrep
cam, and aeemed to ndd to nla
powera of rnalatance Thrtiuahoat
i the day .rent crorJ" jalhored
i .round thn Vatican inrt a douliln
row or lloy.l Ou.rd, InoK up po.L
. . ...
Horn In the outaklrta or Ht. I'eter'a
fnrmlnr a nsaiin nay for dlpln
matle reproM-ntallica. prelates andj
Telegram Kruni NiilaWra
CardlDBl tlaiparl. vapal aeere
itary of atn. received many tele
crania from all parla of the world.
Indudra. thoae from Klnic OeorKn
-of 'Ea.lanil and the Kin. of 1H1
.Slum. The cardinal apenl con-lil-italo
lime hi tho alckroom. bnt
entered tho unto chamber ahortly
itflttr R o'clock He said;
"I ramn out In announce that
llhoro la nn exUtent hope. The
IPopo may bn conildonsl n h.tvlnp.
wlrtually ceaai-d tn xlat " ThU
.r.uHil eonaternation amonc lhon
...sombled and Ou.p.rr! was .i.v Officer, were not elected, the ill
iVl ho rame frnm tho roim In rectnra hav g five days under he
.which the pontiff waa dying.
n n jim vv tlm 20lh
,Popo Benedict X . Dm -uin
r of 81 I'eter as supreme
h..it nf thn llomati Colhollo church
fbeias his ponllflcato on Beptomber
m. 1M. soon after Kuropo enlorea
mpon It. rour yt.r. or war. 7'
i... .inrinr ihn war lut ,
M...tu Ara.ninni iiurinr tho war li"
IIUCSM ." -
.endeavored to bring thn bclllgoront
matlona to a peace agreement and
nhua to maintain tho lltln which
mad boon atfcctlonatoly bcatowed
rupon him by a high dignitary or hla
.communion, aa " a messenger God
ft aent to bring poace.'
Th. .ueeossor ot riua . waa,
aid to havo combined tho atatea-
u ,..,. -, ---
(Continued lo I'ugo 3
COLU Hrunua v.x.
riiHro Ha People Havn Hwn Oood
DurliiK Snappy Weather
Tho pollcu department Ima arriv
ed at tho conclusion Hint when tho
cilremely cold wavo struck tho
city week ago It brouisht with It
s spasm ol vlrtuo.
Since January 15 until lnt nlnht
an entire weok there nnn vwn
.. -.i-- i . ,mi ti
S inlran of V. taw. Krt inand from Irish quarter, that the
f.rr " hai been mado In that, blue around orthe golden , h.rp on
an i,arresi osu standard should be chang-
Too record was broken last aHW.' od to reon. It w.a '';
fcovaw. when two men worn ur that tho .UoMtlon would coat a
" ijrL ::::: .::radTforomrpr:::
Two resUurants, tho Mutt & ono authority aald that It would
Jeff, 583 Main, and tho Tamloinot 00v eorect 'for- England, the
parlors. 340 Main, have mariad, prd6mlnant partner, to leave Irel
and " hereafter will conduct (tba and-dut.ot ajCcpunl" In- tho national
Savoy cafa. at 03il Main; It was fag uu'd the royal anna, unless nud
.imkih iic Aiuimii.irM
noon at iiorix in
i.n tiioiici:i) .vniu.M,
KltANfMHCO. Inn .. . A
It'lnrik1i, u flmtur print
tflhl If villi? III ill Itit I.h.I att.
" "n ii i ll tll
lunnnriiMi thr flni r prlnt (if
Arllllcklit unal VIih Idiitii.t nt il. a1
door of Arbuckln'a room lit the i
' Hotel HI Francis Tin. .Im.r 4
will liilti1nrit un evidence
""'""J1'' Ml'1 ')riW' "
Kr rn,, Mi.iirlfiioni. timo
mml.t l.t Ml. llHlll... a.
wim lnliiMlnrt.il n nvlilnnpn
mniln lir Mia. Ilnikiin a,
PERMIT TO ISSUE '
MILLION IN BONDS
IS GRANTED COPCO
Will Kliianio tnillilliiK of Trail..
iiiUalon LDin Prnm l'n-
lcA to KtiKrnn
Vrrmlixtfcii to limun $1,000,000 1
vTtli ol twi'iilr yinr. nit prr crnt
Ivnnila -wiiii i;rnn(pil tlii California
Orrnou I'owrr company by thn foil
fnmla Klatn Itnllrrnl Cumiiilulcm at
Oah Krnnrlnrn Haturilnt
Thn fuml rroatnl by anln of tlio J
Mfituruinn win umrnr inu roai fir con
MrnrtlnK thn IIS mlln hlih trnnlon
linn. hlrli will tin built llila Tnnr to
aunnlr nontr trrm (tin l'rnanrct nlnnl
'tn tha Mountain Klntra I'owrr com.
fany at Kunnnr, hiii! to cuatomnra In
thn ItoKUn anil 1'iiihu Taliya, nml
for othrr lnilrovpinpnta contPinplntPl
by Iho company
LEG0N PLANS SHOW
HiirrUl KnlrrUlnmmt rortimlHef
WW rH TtaiIfftt.
A inentlnn of tlm apttlal i-ntertaln-mrnt
rommlllnn nrVhe American l
Klon will bit lirlA. In tho IrIciii club
rnoina at 7'to tonlxht when plana
will bn drsnuKod for the rntcrtaln
annnl tniu (tlven on Knbruary SI
Tlrarununlttee aaka that all IKlon
m.n. wliA hv l.ilArnal.,,1 In ltl ffirlll-
I rtunlnit affair be preaent, aa Ibnaup-
ivorl nt all la wanted In order tn
ninkn thn entertainment a aucreaa,
t'lun. .( nrmenL lirnvlda for Tour
. m - , .-. - t
,ncl. each'wltli tlirtr or 'pur acenea.
"! will Include a patriotic produc
11..1 i.ilnalri.1 .how. an armv kit-
W-i, a mlnalrcl abow, an army kit-
rheii rnmedy and a Wo himpllal
arene. In addition, Ihnrn will I acta
during the Inlermlaalnna. unil the
! .hnw will be tnllnweil by n danre
The toimllteo bollnve thin will
lm the moat aiieci-MtUI niiair ni us
kind ever aln.ed In till, city
Malln Hlato Bank Name Hoard;
Officers Not Krlectr-I
At a meeting of Htockhrddrra of
tho Mnlln 8tatn llank Saturday oen
Ing thn following directum rm
elected! A. Kallna. I.. Iloldlschar.
Ned O'Connor. Gene Hammond and
A. J. M)era,
law In which to meet pna cnoo.n ....
n. ,.n,nilv Irom Ksn-
"""-" ' .m will
saa viiiy. u in wi. ...'- -...-".
JW nFqiGN F
As IU UUIull r
"ASTO DESIGN FOR
FLAG OF IRELAND
LONDON. Jan. 18 Tho ques
lion hna been raised whether tbo
design, or tho Union Jack and
Hoyal Coot ot Arm. of Oreat llrll
.in ulll havn to be altered If Iro-
-.. . i.i.i..
iann owomi-n ..v .-
The Union Jack has tho cross of
st. l'atrlck auperimposeu upon .".
croBes of St. Qoorgo and St. An-
r.,- Tho Iloyal Coat of Arml
.,"." . ,rIih h,
In ono or It"
At Iho College or Arms In Lon
don It wos stated that certain mod
ulations wero undor consideration,
and that If any action wero taken
I. -.,... 1.1 Iia dnnn lit. th.0 king In
II "uiimi " .. - - j
council. No parliamentary action
will bo necossary.
Heraldry oiports say U-t niter
iMIon. In nrms are very cxpensio
B .. . . J...
iirmn vnnra ago inero . "-
Until Irolaud "hnrseii ueumnunu
I - -1 WW TWWN I I I I I I I I I
May Ask That Protection
Charges Be Proven
Thlrf Wllaon will appear liofnrn
tlm iruncll tonight anil mako a re
port on tha pool rooms In thn coimn
of which hn will In all llkllhcod do.
inand that tha pool room keeptra
who am aliened to ham iccuwd tha
pollen of accepting "protection" mon
ey Ihj hrouxht on tlio carpet and com
pull I'd to aiibmlt thalr procf. 'lib de
clarea tlio Impalatlon to bo an Infam.
ou Ite that haa been Klrrn Currency
by thn Jt-alouny ;xlnttrrc 'amonit thn
krctivrri of tho pool room.
Mllaon. In apeaklna of Iho mafterj
...... t.a i.i I. i .1
imiriiiiiK, miii mil h wa "in
. . . ...1
I'UII'VNU IU VIMilll II1U llll Ull .11 (IKIll
that thern would be no qutrfiifnn out
frnm under It
On Saturday ntfclrt. HCCompanlDil
by Officer McLhUghlln, ho made tha
rounds of llm lool rooma and per-
.iinnii iiuiiiicu cTr I'lupriciur luaii
Hie very nml limn ll wa, dlacovereii
thai FambllnK ot any kind wax per
mitted on Ihn premlaea tho prlvllexn
or playliiR rnrda would be rrvoked al
together Ho will nik thn council
tonight to back him up on thla rul
ing INDIAN KILU.NU V1IWT
IlKKOltK OIIAND JUHV
Tho grand jury convened thla
morning, and District Attorney
Drawer said that the Jail cases
would bo given flnt consideration.
Among those will bo Iho case of
thn Indian boy, Davis, for tho kill
ing of another Indian, Jaffenon,
vlth a billiard cue. Tho case of
Dean T. Upton, accused of Induc
ing hla wire to load an tmraaral
lire, will also be up tor conaMera-
tlon. Sheriff Low and hl deputies
have been busy today summoning
witnesses fur appearance before thu
BLOWN OUT TO SEA
KMicrmnn Hated, Wife Kroen
Ijike Nuptnjor fSale
1'OHT WINO, Wis.. Jan. 23 Car
ried out Into Lake Suporlor by a
gala Saturday, Alfred Peterson, a
fisherman or Knlfo Itlvor, Minn.,
reachod hern alter bis wife had
perished In tho open rowboat. Ills
legs and arms were froien. Peter
son, leaving his wlfo'a body In the
Ice-locked boat, crawled from one
Ice cake to another until he reached
10 CLAMP LID
ON POL ROOMS
gglsgSgiL Hfc' I I OPe I NEVER.
ffTMi.. J GaTSo Fab from
BgH aWM8BTpgiitW A HOWB AGAIN
Member of the Associated Press.
1 ! II Ml M ill i I
KLAMATH PALM, OHEOON, MONDAY, JANUARY JM, una
40 BELOW COLDEST
DAY IN NORTHERN
PART OF COUNTY
I). op t'miira on Tfiuriiln) i .Nrit
IIh) lUfililrnlN I la to Wnnn i
Da), Only no IWlnw ,
Wlilli- realdcnta of thla city cuaacd
Iho wvathor man and howlod for
tha plumber during; the recent cold
(nap, rcaldontff of tho northern part
of tho county were alao experienc
ing chilly weather.
C. E, llrown, wrltlnR from Xlrk
ford, aayi tho temperature at Mar
tin at 7:46 a. m, Tharaday, Janu
ary 19, was 40 detroca below zoro.
At tha tamo hoar tho following day,'
January 20, a warm wavo awept
nror tlio land, ahd roildenla awel-
tnrcd In a tomperatnre of 30 de
Kreea below lerb,
Tho coldoa't day hero waa Janu
ary 11, with 9 below, and 'the next
coldeat, January 1. th below,
according to reclamation "office rec
ords .Saturday tli cold snap ap-
pnnrod to Do uroken- when tho cold-
0Bt 7CR,lrri.d ,t ,bo Vi B recU.
,.,rtM n .. t t..i
...".".. w.,.vj r... , uviu-i
tho thermometer rticlatored 1 de-
Rrofl above tlio aero mark.
MANY Blp FOR LEASES
Application Itcfrlu-tl at U, H.
A total i'f 110 bid, for Ituxes on
Tuln l-ako Unda today wero received
at tho U. 8. Iloclomatlon office The
blda will bo opened" nd abslractod
mid thu awards mail? public within
thn next two daya. officials said
acclamation office' officials and
Secretary Stevenson oV tho Chamber
ot Commurce said ho liTxtructlong had
been received from Secretary Kail In
answer to tho telegram aent Jointly
by the Chamber of Commerce and
the American Legion asking that lh"'
landa bo opened tn soldier homestead
entry and not leased for tho crop
season, Tho award will he mado as
previously announced unless Instruc
tions arc. received lojtfc contrary. It
TWO MAilKIAt.K I.ICKXp:.S
lssrKO iiv fotrvrv ri.uiiic
Marrlaae llrense. wern (..iird tn.
J day to Chas. l.co Hawkins and Luc
ille May Kavencrofts; and to Godfrey
tlanibo and Graco Jepscn. Iloth cou
ples arc residents of Klamath Kails.
ta'VOItMKIt KAItGO HANKKIt
I IIKI.D KOU KMIUXZLKMKNT
SKATTLK. Jon 23. J. J. Hast-
. . . . . ...
ings, tormor uco president or tne
Scandinavian American llank ol For
go. N. D today was arrested hero
charged with cmbeztllug $3000.
HTOIIK CALKS AT llOttti
OK MIL AND MIIH. K. M. DVIIII
Mr. and Mrs. K. iL llubb nro be
ing cohgratulatci) on trie arrival ol
an 8V4 pound baby girl born ut tholr
home. 71& Jefferson street, at 10
oYlock. Sunday morning.
SURELY, NEARING HIS
I II I J. II I I n
Will Withdraw Troops
Stable Government ts
WABIIINOTON. Yj. C, Jan. . A
atntomcut dnclarlne that Japan baa'
no territorial donliitia In Siberia, and.
giving aaiurancu .that Japaneae
troop, would bo withdrawn aoon aa a
atablo government la eatabllabed, waa
mado today to tho Par Kaatorn com
mittee by Ambaaaador Sbldehara.
The diaclalmer Included Saghallen aa
well aa other portion-, or Siberia.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. Secre
tary Hughea la underitood to have In
formed tbo Kar Kaattrn committee
today that tho question or the Jap
anese. 21 demand., abrogation or
which haa been aaked by China, Will
ho taken up as oon ai a aettlementJa
reached on the Shantung controversy.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 23.
As a means of giving effect to the
declaration mado last week In favor
nf a reduction In the Chinese, army,
tho Anna Conference today consid
ered the resolution proposed by the
American delegates looking to pro
hibition or the Importation or nrms
Into Chinese territory. Tho plan Is
believed acceptable to most ot the
delegate ot tho powera. and It was
Indicated the Chinese would not op
post Its acceptance.
ATHLETIC MEN MEET
Committee Appointed to Handle
Activities ot Association
PUna for the athletic smoker, the
fornm entertainment to "be siren
Wednesday, a membership campaign
and other matters or Importance were
discussed at a meeting or tho Klam
ath Amateur Athletic association at
tho Chamber of Commerce Saturday
Committees to have charge or tho
varloua nctlltlea ol tho association
wero appointed as follews: Member
ship J H, Houston. Burgo W Mas
on. Harold Christy. H. n. Hill, W. W.
Southwell and Krank Howard; Kor
urn Christy, J II. Houston and Dr.
W. A Ienard: By-laws Prank
Howard. K. M. Ilubb. H. H. Hill and
W. W. Southwell.
The Dy-lawa committee will meet
at the office ot W. II. Van Emon. se
cretary of the association, at 7:30
Harold Christy, who has been ar
ranging for tho smoker, reported
that the affair could be held within
two weeks. January 27 previously
had been tentatively set for the
smoker, but It was found tho time
mXUSVM TO ACCKIT
WAHIUNOTO.V. I), (., Jan.
2.1, flonrral I'rrablnB today
) docllned to accept iho dlitln-
Riilahcd aerrlco croaa voted by
the army board of award which 0
Secretary Wcoka planned to b-
atow at a "Hurprlae Partr" fn
I Wceka' office, Tho cllntfjn wa'a
for berolam In action ngalnnt
the Moron (ft ttii I'hlllpplnea In
Known at "Kngliah Yankee") Haid
lo Have Known Tfaia Country
ncttCT Than Mont Americana
LONDON, Jan. 23. All Kngland
today mourned over Viscount flryce
of Dochmont. former Ambassador to
tho United States from Great Brit
ain, who died yesterday.
As a man ot loiters and a publi
cist. Viscount H rye e was a world
figure Outsldo of hla own country he
was best known In the United States,
whero sine,) tho early eighties his In
terests had so largely centered that
be was aometlme, styled an "English
Yankee." One remarkable thing re
peatedly said of him was that he
knew America better than most
Americans. Hla "History of the
American Commonwealth", has been
a standard text book In tho school, of
tho United States for the past genera
tionproviding tho spectacle ot a
foreigner Instructing- Americans In
the workings and structure of their
own life and laws, as de Tocquevllle
bad done to some extent year, pre
viously In his "Democracy In Amer
ica." Through his book, through Innum
erable addresses In this country, and
through five years service as the
British Ambassador In Washington.
Vlaecunt Brcre became ono of tho
most notable human links In the
chain, of' friendly relations between
the United States and Great Brltsln.
The extent to which ho made his per
sonality felt Is explained In part by
the fact that white be was a scholar
and statesman or the highest rank
ho always could bo found willing to
meet people and to discuss publicly
and In a friendly way topics or na
tional and international Interest.
WHO'S HONORED MAM
Sketch of One Klamath Hewldent Is
Contained In "Who'a Who"
UNIVERSITY OP OU1XJON, Eu
gene. Jan. 23. (Special). Who'a
Who In America for 1920-1921 con
tains the names and brief sketcbea of
133 Oregon cltlien, aa being "living
Americans whoso positions or
achievements make their personali
ties of general Interest." Tho books
gives a total for the whole country of
Twenty-five Oregon towns are rep
resented In this big biographical book
of prominent Americans. Thcso towns
and tho number of their cltlien, In
cluded are: Albany, 4; Carlton.
Central Point. 1; Corvallls, 6; Day
ton. 1; Deer Island, 1: Eugene. 10;
Forest Grove. 2; Halfway, 1; Hlllif
dale. 1; Hood Illvor, 2: Jacksonville.
l; Klamath Falls, 1; McMlnnvlllo. 1;
Medford. 1; North Portland. 1; Oro-
gon City. 1; Parkdale. 1; Pendleton.
l; Philomath. 2: Portland. 73; Ilock
Spur, l; Iloseburc. 2; Salem 16; and
The Dalles, 1.
FAMILY BROKEN KOI FIB8T
TIME! YOUNGEST IS 72
LOUISVILLE. Ky.. Jan. 21. A
family or seven children, the old
est 94 and tho youngest 73 years
old, was broken by tho first death
of a member when "Aunt Jennie"
HolbrooV, the oldest ono. died at
her mountain homo In Letcher
county recently. She was a mem
ber ot the Webb family, and was
said to be a descendant ot Daniel
Boone, tho Kentucky pioneer.
Her three brothers are 92, 90
and 85 years old. The sisters are
MIL AND 'MRS. LA FREX.RRE
VISITINO IN EAST
The Herald Is In receipt of a note
from Mr. and Mrs. f. C. La Frenlere.
They .ire now In Now York City, on
their return from a visit with friend,
and, relatives la Mrv La Freplere'u old
homo, SyracusCi New York. They ex
pect to bo bark early In February.
was too eh6rt to 'arrange U) details,
A number ot matches already have
been arranged, Christy said, and It Is
certain an excellent athletic tourna
ment will bo provldedi
NEWS OF THE WORLD
BY THE " Mt
TO DEAL1 WITH.
300 Delegates at Agricul-'
tural Conference; Farm
Bureau Makes Plea
WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. Attend
ed by approximately 300 uclegataa
representing aglrculturo In all ita
pbaaes, and Industries related to
farming, the National Agricultural
conference waa convened hero today?
by Secretary Wallace.
The delegates Immediately hetrd
from President Harding a declaration
of Interest and sympathy by the ad
ministration tn the present plight of
the Nation's farmers, together with a
series of suggestions for roinedrlng
The president, who walked four
blocks from the White House to tha
meeting- at a hotel, roccvod an ora
tion when he appeared. The dela'gatea
frequently applauded his statements,'
especially hla declaration fcr mora'1
adequate credit facilities, and hi. as-'
sertlon that agriculture, "Is truly ot
national Interest and la not entitled
to bo regarded as primarily a ccz:orn
of either a class, of a section or of a'
Tlio Farm Bureau Federation, rep-"
resented by James R. Howard. Presi
dent of the American Farm Bureau,
Federation, O. E. Bradfote, Vice
President and the members of
th executive committee urged
the eonferenco to endorso a recom
mendation that all appointment, on
federal boards and committees "ho
made ao that the Interests of agricul
ture shall be protected and conserv
ed." - tteUei to He UrgM
Relict ot the farmers' financial sit
uation will bo urged through a Dlan-.
by which It wilt bo suggestedtbat,,
Conk'resa enact for long-time credits
commodity financially based an ware-,
houso receipts, personal rural cred
its secured by proper Insurance fea
tures and the creation of machinery
that will allow co-operative systema
to obtain money directly.
The transportation policy, to bo
presented will suggest ImmedlaU re
ductions In freight rates, all savlnga
In operation costs to be further re-,
funded In further reductions tundor.
the Increase of August, 1919, la wlp- .
ed out and repeal or amendment ot
the law "so as to nullify the national
Tha conference will also be worked
to declare for tho repeal or amend:
ment or tho Each-Cummlng law- "so
as to abrogate tbo guaranteo clause,
restore Jurisdiction in Intrastate
rates to tho states, vitalize the rait-'
road labor board and co-ordlaato-wage-making
powera -with theuTaln-
making power of tho Interstate Com
merce Commission." "c
FIRST FIRE OF TEAR;
Over-Heated Stovepipe Causes Dam
ago to Tent-Houo L '
Tho first tiro of this ear occurreJ
late this forenoon when an overtir
ed stovepipe In a tont-bouso belong
ing to Harry Brcnard, located at lljo
rear of the Klamath Superior laun-,
dry. resulted In damages estimated
by Fire Chief Ambrose at from HO
to IIS, Tho blaxo wa, confined to,
tho rear end of tho tent. It was cx
tlngutshed with three gallons of
The last tiro occurred, on December
29, when a confectionery storo locat
ed In the old bath houso across from
tho laundry, and wltbln, a block of
today's fire, -was partially .destroyed.'
urvnTl.lvn Jan. S3.. Cattle
tlrm Cows 25c higher; Hogs firm?
50c higher with prlmo llghl at M"?5)
to 19.50; Sheep firm. 25q lo,50c,
higher. East Mountain Lambvl9,35:f
to 110; Best Valley lambsT, iMMo,,
19.35; Eggs and butter firm, Jj
Wheat $1.08 to $1.12., ..,,4
: r ' .-" r
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very high but tho Cycle-Stormsgiraph
at Underwoods rnarroscy snows inawj
It has been falling slightly, .!$
noon today. . ,v , .
No storm may bo looked for. 'at1"
toast for the next twelve hours, and
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would brlig another eold.wavo.- s
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registered Maximum and r'Mtalm m
temperature,' today, aa. follew: , ;
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