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THE ENQUIRER, CINCINNATI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1931 THE RIVER OTHER STOCK QUOTATIONS MERGER PLANS Dropped By Bethlehem FRESH GAINS Scored By Grain List, Ireal estate and building THE STAGES. Ptaccs In tne Onio and Itlvere ftnd triputanea at a. m. and char-tei in the Inst -J4 urs: Investment Nr'v Y-rk. October 1 ciinT rhet S'H KS A 1 i I Trusts.
(Ai-Over th- P. I Bank Stocks. Nrw Ortohfr 15 (AP)--Over rns rkrt TfiCKS A rn- rica i Oh ie Nt "hat A 1 hen FlrM. N.tl 1 Mantia. tan a 'It rublje 2'j Till ST 3 3 3 STATIONS 5 3 Flsa Rehatrh to same The Ehrmantrout Realty Company to Fifth Third Union Trust Co 24.550 Arthur R.
Hunter to Prudential Ins. Company 6,500 Caroline M. Rohan to Ohio Mechanics B. ft L. Co 2.500 Arthur R.
Hunter lo the Mariemont Company Lueiia to West Ncrwood B. ft 1.. Co. Lrrenze W. Bright to Mutint Washington L.t B.
ft D. Co 4.000 Mortgages Canceled. Get.rce Niehaus to Harry L. 1 l.dwin c. ev to Nicholas Gales 1 0" Hiifih Wil'iams to Thomas C.
well 5. mm Hukh sae 3.0o0 Fannie hoodm to Brotherhood National Bunk 2 fiot) Ida E. Cole to Title G. ft T. Co 4 5''1 John Omwak? to Union Trust Co Caroline E.
Hoerr to Bertha K. Kiap- hake 1,500 Frank Hof fstetter to Gcen Street L. ft B. Co son Allen W. Gnstock to tame 5.0-Ju William Wu-ist to Republic L.
ft B. Corrpany 4.300 Waller B. Hook to Mohawk Place B. ft L. Cn 3.500 Fre.l Duebber to I rice Hill Electric B.
A L. A. B.oon Nellie Da to (came 850 William P. Dooley to Warsaw Avenue S. ft L.
Co 3.000 Itoiry D. Conlev to Title G. ft T. Co. 8,000 Ftbnmia Peter to South Side L.
A B. Company 1 Anna Kau to Sflvcrton L. ft B. 2,000 Clemens Tuennts Jr. to Sycamore S.
ft. L. Co 3,500 Margaret C. Henkel to Provident Savings lianK 10,000 Iward Fr.k to Western Bank 4 Trust Cn 15,000 Harry M. Tudor to Jessie M.
BenirH. 9.U0U Frederick J. Fredelake to Union Sav- Infis Ba-ik 1.500 John F. McWeeney to Lick Run B. ft L.
Company 6,000 n.inkrr.. f7 j' 72" Hhl Trust 14. i 2MI Hrtn.ier TVS Chctnlral 314 i c.nlinnt.il i IK 21 ri.iil 7I Kaujilrp I 33 't, 3', 'i ilmilHIiiy I 3.S I 333 Irnm- I 24 21 i 3, Tru.1 I'i2 MH Statss 2n2 Insurance Stocks. N.w Yntk. 1 rnslli-'l (AP) -Over the- 13 n'KH AlriH ('lis A AkiIi'iiIiuihI Aini-r llnm Am Sur.iy H.istnn city uf r.inn Life A 1 1, 1- tiisi Ins (iirn l-'nl's A Hun.v.T ii if .,.) run Il'l A'k 4S 't f3 7.S I'I I 31' 3l'j 332 3S') i 177 hi) lur, ii 4l I 42 27 7 3.1(1 2.1'.'.
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1933 33 1 78 82 4 January. 1943 33 1 81 84 4SS. Mav. 11112 32 81 84 4'vs. 1 XTf-mtu'r, l'(33 32 98 Inn Nnvi-tnLer.
73 79 4 May. 1 73 1 79 4's, Januliy. 1937-37 1 73 79 19MI-3C, 73 I 79 4s. May. 1938 38 73 77 4i.
November. Pittsburgh. aricruT. niorAT' to tub fiNgriucii. Fltt.Hbiiih, Oi tober 15 Sales ami ranee of ptrM: STOCKS I.ow.iCT's' T'liiw Knox 1 lie (Si ar np M.vla Machine Nat Ftrcpmoltni; ptj I'ch Kornincf Felt Plat Ilais.
Screw Holt Western Pub Svc 110 (oj, 2111! lit 1H4 14 i hi 14 Mi 4 4-V 4 tiff 21 21 21 '-j 7ti, tOi rt'u llilli'' Heath NoHtvs. BOMW H'K Paul Bostwifk KlnneL ct 324; (ilendora avf beivM vit of Hernani n-1 beloved nvdher F.twrt ami Paul iWt Th irfrlav, (V t'hrr 1.V 1M1. in hr Ms? fr. Funeral 1-om the jMph H'Mh Sons' tuner! parlor. 2M7 Vine m.
iSer. at 1 t'tncmnati Civmai.r chiM 17. at 2 p. m. Kit.i; Jl RhMOl.A auddenly.
October Kunra; from A Jifri-rr's tuner; hme. uuwt.it Mturrta, iX loner 17, At 3 p. m. 4 i Kl l'io Cultrn. riband of Vivian Cu.k nv of Iimo-w 1 avf i 13, at Msh funeral hme, McMillan Kn.lay, her 1.
at 2 ni p(RMMr-t'tre iv.miey. hunhand of the )Me Totree 1 tnee LAiidipur Ofi'ttf' 14. 'M. l-tint-riti hstur.I.i.. iVl' t-T 17.
a fo.rn residence. lfiTH KcMul pi. hifh at I'Ht- rvk rh.irri. at 8 3m a. m.
1 nunn-fii in it. 3 Cero-trr, liHimlti.n. unio. i IMIRK-A inn bal n'M of '7be'h i ivtM-s nee vid-tenh Oct ier l. l'Ol ma reM -denoe, V'H'M Ohio ave vprs.
Ku- i ncr.ii from the A' t'o. iiviriuary. 1 M7 r-Tiia baiurday, In her 17, at 1 William Oarcia. beloved rnihrVid cf F.toanur tnee hci rich su'ldcnh, 1 Tuej-dav. Octoi.er 1WI Funeral JSat- UMsy lit William ti.
F'cfkr tunenu home, 3i71 Warsaw ae to. 3' m. 1,11 mane Cti.lt, bt'tovpil wf H'T-l ha t.i;!b itif1 Vnel'. t.i'h-r i-f t'aii iiih. nterr.1 tm rot Triur.s.U l.s.
at a in. (unrnii Sttunltv. 17. fr-'Hl reM'-cr. in K--i'iNiu hi.h inn Si.
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a nil vi--i in io the imr ihnr dtiricrt. tH lUfftiw ill. Ht-n'smin --f th- Kt-mpt-r 1-anc II tel t'l-i. 'l'rr; 14. lit.lt hi M.Kk I i i fwin-Ml U- nir VuUn nt I -il ,.) Katur.iJiv, iK'i.
Wr 17, 1" a. in. ilt sK liU Knr riei brimf Hr tti Utf It-mi' Krusp if kni'f. ht'r rr i c. I Vims vf.
huri'TBl (rum Vilt A lUrti'ti avc Chrvi.it, K'iIhv, t. -t at 2 p. m. Keia'ivcs aivl i trtpnds liiMtffi. i t.W Vi rmhirin tiiivil ulstrr nf Mm Haiti Hat-H, ThiirtlRy.
Orn-br 1 1131. in hiT wth year, l-nnrral tnnn A t'imT'K luneral Imme. 12-1 West-Mtni ave KairiTiniint, Nninnlnv. ott'lcr 17, at a. Heqint-m htn mai ut Ht.
HmiavtMiuiia Chim-ti at 8 30 a m. MhFKS Meverti tiicc Harvey), I helnvtxl wte 'J ihn liilr Muthina n'HUlrnce CveM Hun I'lKi', Hfliwiu1, I Ky Kuiieral fium Mut-hit nkainp, 'oitiKti ft Unll luni'r'U inia e.i now purl, MnmlHv at K.3H tn. ttr-iulfin 1 1 han at Ha i 1 1 rt Clm i at a. in Ull.l ll Mtll.T. metier of Key.
i i rt'unry Millar, nf St. Se in I nut ami 't Hev. MitltT, of Ni'w nuiii Club, pan'it away Weilin'Mtav, Ortniter H. 1U31, al rn. Sul'-inn him-ril rtiutem at SI.
Kanhnel Clmrrh, KjMlnt 1 1 S.ttuidav, Ottnbtr 17, at Id Mi a. in. I Ml Rl'HV-Marv Murphy, wj.1.-w of -l-ttiti J. Mmphy Hint ttrlnviii timlhir t( AlH'c. l.i.litf Hii.t hMtrr 'av 1 ThurMt.
o.li.r at hrr rri rtenvr flmklieuv at ni Keiflnrnt Mtvti mas at St Hhikis ShIch Chnrrll S.Uu'rlav, Uilober at a. in. Kitutly 'niit lli'HtTS. II MKK Witttam S. tins lui ml m( hi ilm K.
linaHi- me I nno O'-ti'lMT 11, at in Vn I't-nlrJit ae, Nrw i' ti yiarn. St-rvn al V. A hliT' li- ll A H-uis" funer.il Iv-rne, 2 Hixth Nfwpnit, S.itur-lav, o.l ilr 17, at 2 p. tn. frhlNNKR Hatet Mae Skinner (nre Falter 1 wile -f Waiter H.
Skinner, Thurs.lav. tM-ber at 1 n. at tier rrsi'lrme list Fri'baMV OIK- i t-n Ktinei Sa I nr. la v. i irtnhrr 1 7.
Serv ben at I In tiillian funeral li-nne. burn at J.inroin, YnrA Walnut liitltt. al 1 ami fit 1 1-r Haptlst Cl.nrrtj at Hellit-1, i 'tun, al ,30 p. in HI OAN liinrn Slnan. hnib in.1 I 1 -my l'la SI an.
Smut a v. it.iiM 11, at 1 t' a. in at Yuknna. Wish Funeral services nt Spiln; tirove Ccinlery chapel Sat Oi tl'i 11, nl 2 in. Fl.siiMarrflla Welsh, nf Mr ati.1 Mm.
Ilativ Welwh mw Itlvwh'st, Orb. her I 1(131. at hrr it'Milein-f, Mn-11 nvilie. Hvrvlffs al the funeral 44 1 WhiMfiel Hutiintay, Oi'bt-br 1 7, at 2 in. annocncin'u srttvrcK IN TDK of IN MFMOKIAM NoTICKM.
Th1 Kinnilrer n.is preparnl a buo r.ip-leaf b. nf several hundretl Memiiriain vet-sea ur Ha reinterfl If you tMntein-plHte tiiHrrtinn a Mem-Tlam notice. all at The Ftuiuiier i-ffP'e, 1 7 Vine Street, ami ak to assist nl In preparing your copy. Thtr In rift abbtUma! eost for this pervlce A rharne will he only for the actual space your notice consumes. Tear at let year Menmi tarn 'tires have I'prnm nvre impnlur In Ttie Sumlav Vn-ipilrer rates these iwtlces aru -ci'el ri rris fiat'le INFORMATION CHF i'UFI '1 .1 OlVFN.
IIP INK UK WAV A rnt'HTI'nCS AND 1 TKi .1 (U FN A 1 A KK'l Will CP.KKT YOC I nf if the Uri-t irra't-t i papers THli CINCINNATI I H17 VINK, KTKFK.T. Cremation Hnnttarf. Aeithetle, Kind rrn. I (nrlntiatl rrmalhtn 4 irmatnry, I Hi in th Ae. Inhrrtlly mil.
I rt-e loiUlel. l-'rrr ha pel. MAClOHNSON H'M KM. IIOMK Mnwthnm nns. McMillan and I pi and lt TKE BUSE BORGMANN CO HM IIll.
nlHKITtUl 117 ritkru rhono 4487 4188 h.lnhll.litsl 1K9A. Al)VKRTISIiN(; Hcrrivnl Too Lato To Sdlrmcii Waulcil. F.XFF HI N'CFO FF KNFrFKK SI.FSMKN NT! I AFFI MN ST. CAROLINA BANKS CLOSE. Columbia.
S. October 15 -i AIM Thioe hanks in Southwrstrrn Stmth one with nine 1 i.imrVs. t.iilc.l to open tlirir doors tod-iy, AW S. fatit. state tmnk ex- nniiner.
nn-mnri-il. Tim tanks were ho Uunk of estern i anilina. Aik.n. wit'i its nine br Hank of Wll- of the Western Carolina Hank S. i mil of Wllllston at xlu 11 v.l.inii(.
tut MAKKIAGE LICENSES. Mft In Cinnatt et Jrimes xvard Stteet, 1331 it Sn et Wallace V.a.5-'. it-Ft reel n.ans.e- y-, Forrest Avenue, tllt l. 1 'ii Si reet rncke 37, 3i'5 Mohawk S'reet, Klmer F. Klcra Street.
.1 rati a-. nlj 23. 2212 Wuebec Willsrd Wheat. 25 Ciauffeur. and Arna J.hn Street, clerk.
Wood Ooi ley. 22 -1 BIRTHS. Ttie folciwinc births were recorded C'! rmnatl cMi rday; ROSS-Uwia and M-utH Wahrngsu, Ohio; boy, OAKDNKK-Flrnfr and Hazel. Say ler Park. R.
R. No. 12, girl. WlTTTfH Albert and Aggif. B'-we K-ad Sa ler Park boy.
H1TNFY -Charles Emma, Srrtnis Mreet boy Cook Rnr( rt and Loui, 1327 Pendleton street; girl. Tt-RriX Itpnrv and Allr. fln2 Channler; boy. 61. I i I ar Talk Uehveen rhina And Japan Markrf.
Ci'injiarative In Securities Also Const rwtivp Factor In Tit Wheat Closes Irregular. Chiraco, Ortnhrr ir- AD Fresh upturns in grnln prlros. Hftive pt of it tah ing went hand m-luind tndiiy with renewed attention to the war-like strain between Chirn nnd Japan, Indentions were that the Orient hnd hcen pnod purchaser of wheat on the Parifie. Coast, nnd it finnounced tlvU China hid bought throe cArof's today in Cnnada, Ltvnponl advices said tlie mnxlmiim preHnure uf wheat supplies had now piohnbly been experienced, and that more than half of the worlri'fl wheal requirements were still to be obtained from North America. Wheat closed irregular, cent off to up, com unchanKfri cent higher, oats at to cent decline and provisions unrhangpd to cents advance.
At the start, the wheat market was affected bearlshly by enlarged shlh ment from Pdai-k Sea ternttny, Including Russia. This influence, however, was later more than counterbalanced by wo.d of decrease In Argentine wheat exports. Meanwhile, bullish aspects of the China-Japan conflict acquired special interest again, heightened by suggestions hat nuiii pacific demand wheat had broadened out. Comparative, length shown by securities today was also an aid to wheat price advances, which nt one stage amounted in hoiuo rases to fully cent bushel. North American wheat export business continued to be largely In Canadian wheat, with only a slow cult for wheat from tlio United Slates.
Domestic milling trade, though, wan more active. Weather conditions In the ii Mithwcfl remained chiefly d. y. and the failuro of rains to bring relief was canning anxiety relative to likelihood of material curtailment of domestic winter crop seeding, K-ports indicating general rains in Texas came too late to be much of a market factor. St length of wheat was the main bulli.di influence as to corn.
A contrary was announcement that South Africa had declared (VJl.OoO bushels of corn to Canada during the last week. Oats were Inclined to lag in the absence of any special demand. Covering by shorts was a feature of the provision market. Ortftter tl.WlM. (AIM- Closing oi I r-io, lieal i I erembir Mauh May ,:.3 3r i I ,37 I .30 i in I I nrn Oeeemher 37 March I May I On is i 1 Vinhcr I Mav July Kc I Ma I 1 1, t.anl i Oct-itter Mi lieceniber it January i ti Hellles i -her I.
I 7 42 I 47 rt 3d Clil.i;.i. (lelnhrr 13 Mlical: 3 1 32 'v r. 1 liar. I r.l' 1, N. 3 liat.l 2 N-'rl'irui spruitf 2 mtsr.l 1 trlli.n 3S1- ,1 1 nhilr Hals.
2 Hail.v 4(( 1 Tminltiy $3 .1 23 Mil Ml ,1 14. I.ar.l J7.7U. ril'S (.2, $7 82. Grain Trading. New York.
Oct. iter AF Ke Inert! Ut, N.t. W'esletn 4 1 b. an.l r.04c I. New Yoi i .1.
iine. tie tn ni i je tail Harlfy seln.t; malttuK r. 1. f. New bent spot Irregular; No 1 Net thern cpt Ini; r.
1. New -nit Kti No. 1 Manllopa f. i. New Y-nk N.i.
mu ber tut utn do tlti i "orn pp Mi i.U No. 'J yellow 1. New 3 vrll'iw -In Fp-'l nun No -i while i 1 anl (inner; MLblle Went 8 S. inc. Other articles nr i haneil.
Minneapolis. October A 1 1 1 Flour un-chaiiKC I tthipments 1'ure bran $ln Ml til. Wheal No. 1 Northern iH No. i re.t iiutum 4w necember tit Kc Mav tine Oorn; No a ellow -i No 1 1 11 Flax; No.
1 $1 2H 1 1 Tole.bi. ohhv October tft (ATM tlralti on VH'vc. tale basis, nominal Wheat HTi-t oats unrhanncil Corn: No 2 yellow No a vellow Uraln ptore: wheat i above tinek (piotatton; ctn -i He above, mi tit Vii.i.tc above. tSee.ls nnchaiiKi'il. Ouluth, October AIM Clone- flax, on tni.
(I X'lV, Oclober November I'eieinlier Jt May St I.ouls, (ict'tier (MM Ca-ih Wheat No 2 re.t MV, No 'J hanl 4'v. No eii-'w oat.t No. 3 white 1 i. ri.e' hen' 1 ember Mar c. Coin, Occeinber OHIO CHARTERS.
I ihimlnirf, tb tobrr 15 (AIM 1 lain ns tilC'l with the Secretary of State -U'etan-l i'mkci Oepattiuent ftbire, lnc loii ii' pal Ar'hnr Roue anl lu Pine Max Fnte. St Ciair Avenue. Ohio. Oleyelan.l The Iron Worki" Tom pain 'tl rbjireB i par; W. ueriii-l, Frank ti Mercer ami R.
T.lloii. n. F. icer, 14. at l.eab ieciam1, Ohio.
Mam ami Thir.1 FeaMv, inc ih.iret no pat Yircll Schaetfcr. i.ui mttner mi Mneiier Vhk.i schan-r. RmIk l-nM-n. ohm Oavton Oenen.lat.le Mob-rs Krnet Pnnvan, J. lbar.1 Haker ami llcmy ilc'irki' F.
man .1. P. ('hamberlain. leh The lap'an Cmpan Sf nea no par; A- iik-. I-1 Catkins.
Calkins, si, No-. s.ts sntrr m.i, om- Cn-. John F. Hunter. 133fi The A p.
Iln Theater Company, 2M1 shire- pur. Spero (iallaf, ames Slani- Relte Pa nulla N. Rerkmnn, Sin- I'lair Steuben vllle, Ohio Sprlnmlel 1 Neht Reverane Oompanv. M'o, A W. Fsheltelder Pearl VMien-' (elder and Cteorn' A A Kee, 4ol tatileti-Tehati Spring liel-l, Ohio.
Oantitn The Slark County Coal dnipiny. Jl oo.i Pouis Harry Tr (el, and tie-ore els, is An'ew Nukas. 4''3 oh-n. Columbus The Samuel Metrr.s, CoT.pany. In.
sliarcn pur. I 'cna Chandler. Samuel Met; Fuvher. Mart.n Atlas R-nidtnc. Coiiini- nlu.s Kims, nfl hare pa-, ml, Fdw Ho.
me. and Margaret P. 1. Stanton. (2 k.
in STeet. 'tlS, Vlh.o. R.a I COFFEE. York, October 15 A The market 1 tir-m was verv unlet b-dav, with; i'-wer under s-'nie and Mrs-; -an 7 peiied un-'t at.d closed 2 to 5 net lower. Sacs 5 '0 s.
i' coiit-act opened UMchante-d 1 Ft Saies a 0o. tat tons. 7 ract f. Oct'. her 4 Tc, 47c.
Vinh 5't5c. Mav, 5 cu'y 5 Settemher 5 4V. Snntos ber Hfi-ember 7 14. rarch 7 3.V Mv 7 47. July 7 5fe.
Sep-'embrr 7 Spot offe unlet. 7 4s to 7c. Cost avA oter -urh'in 'A and 5s at 7 to 7 7V pTirhancf on U.n.t -n ami ri 'iiar ra'c niRTKrt ,1 loo imv.r Hrft'ilmn n.irt r.r.ii. ftVoon Jnnrllahy i i I I Contract With Sheet Tuhe ('(Hiipany Cancelleil. Bitter Fight, Thus Apparently Ended, Waged In Steel Industry For Months.
Youngtown, Ohio, October 15 (AD The bitterly-fiight billion-dollar merger of the Tonngstown Sheet Tube Co. with the Bethlehem Steel Corporation was abandoned today with an announcement from Eugene Grace, President of Bethlehem, that the merger contract has been cancelled. Mr. Grace, in New York, Bald, due to changed conditions, It was deemed Impracticable to carry out the contract made In Maich, 1930, for merging the two companies and that Bethlehem had exercised its option to cancel the contract. The contract, Mr.
Grace said, had been extended from time to time by agreement of the parties In the hope that conditions would justify consummation of what both believed to be a sound undertaking. The Immediate effect puts an end to the protracted legal battle between many of the most powerful figures In the steel Industry, and makes available at once $1,700,000 in back dividends which have been withheld from Sheet Tube stockholders who dissented combine. Shortly after the, cancellation was announced, officials of Sheet Tube issued a statement which said the merger plan "was and still would be constructive for both companies." JJefrrred Dividends Payable. Concerning the deferred dividends, the Sheet Tube officials said the entire sum had been set aside, and was on hand in cash "for Immediate disbursement as soon as the dissenting stockholders can establish their rights to receive the same." The cancelled merger contract provided for Bethlehem to exchange four shares of its stock for three shares if Sheet Tube. Stockholders in the latter company who refused to accept Bethlehem stock were offered $110 cash for eiich share of Sheet Tube instead.
There were approximately 300,000 shares of such "dissenting stock." To their owners, the failure of the merger means the collapse of hopes that they might received the $110 cash for their shares, which at recent stuck market prices would be worth less than $30 a share. The battle of the merger started shortly after the contract was made, and was still in progress when the contract was cancelled. It had been one of the most spectacular Court buttles in American industrial history and had cost the principal more than a million dollars In Court expenses alone. Opposition to the merger was led by Cyrus S. Eaton.
Cleveland financier, who was then known as one of the most powerful and resourceful figures In the world of finance and steel. Katon nad his allies were a minority in Sheet Tube, but claimed they had sufficient votes to prevent the merger. Against the Eaton group was arrayed President Grace, of Bethlehem; James A. Campbell, Chairman of Sheet Tube; Frank Purnell, Its President; Henry G. Dalton, who was a Director In both companies, and numerous oilier men.
r.aton Wins Court Mght. When the merger election was neld. Sheet Tube officials declared a majority had a) proved the enm-. ine, but Eaton won the. long Court fight when Judge David Jenkins enjoined the transaction.
An appeal from (ho Injunction was never decided. The issues in the trial Involved three qucslions; whether Bethlehem's stock otfer was fair to Sheet Tube; wild her the merger contract was legally ratified, and whether the proxies voted for it were valid. 1 Testimony at the trial exposed many secrets of both companies, In-i eluding Bethlehem's bonus payments. It was shown that Grace in 1V29 re-. reived as a bonus, although his salary was only $12,000.
I Both sides of the fight spent mll-j lions of dollars in a race for proxies before the election. Eaton bought I worth of stock in one! stroke. Prices as high as SltiO a share were paid. The trial, in addi-i lion to entailing other large sum's, cost the lives of two men. Ixroy A.
Manchester, 47, general counsel for Sheet and Tube, committeed suicide and Myron C. Wick 35. one of Eaton's associates, died of pneumonia induced from strain. Although the cancellation of the contract was a technical victory for the merger opponents, it was a hollow one. Eaton has lost most of his financial power, and the other dissenting stockholders lost their chance to obtain the $110 for their shares, several times more than lis present quoted worth.
And now Sheet Tube is back to the same status it was before the merger talk started, and all merger talk is in nbeyanee. Mr. Grace's announcement of the cancellation of the contract was made In a formal statement issued at his New York offire during his absence. It was said that he was out of town and would not return today. It was pointed out in some quarters that the announcement left open the question of whether cancellation of the contract meant that ull effort to merge the two companies had been abandoned, or whether renewed efforts would be made to seek a merger on a new basis.
Because of Mr. Grace's absence no comment on this point was available at the Bethlehem i offices. CINCINNATI BOY IS HELD. i fNQriRr.R M' EE AT Jri'lAI. DISPATCH.
Louisville, October 15 Charge of attempted schoolhouse breaking mid delinquency were placed against a fifteen-year-old boy when he wa.i caught on the porch of the Victor II. Englehard School. Raymond Mahoney, Cincinnati, the boy, was carrying brick in his hand, according to Joseph Erthle, who caught Mhhoney. Th youth was in Detention Home here today. Only one of 13 plans considered yesterday afternoon by the Architects' Advisory Council was classed by them.
That was the plan for Seton High School, the work of Crowe Schulte, architects, which was commended. Colonel William A. Starrett, New York, President of the Starrett Corporation and Starrett Bros. Eken, has been nominated as President of the Associated General Contractors of America for 1932. Balloting will take place at the fourteenth annual meeting of the association in Milwaukee, January 18, 1932.
Colonel Starrett has served as Vice President at Large of the Associated Contractors this year. He is well known In Cincinnati because of his firm's connection with the construction of the Carew Tower and Hotel Netherland Plaza. William Jamison and James Taylor yesterday renewed their lease for the storeroom at 2119 Washington Avenue, Norwood, through the Frederick A. Schmidt Company. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
ANPKRKON TOWNSHIP Charles A. Mr- iuire to Jarob J. and Georie traiy. Lots 4. ft and 6 In subdivision of Hnnnah Kver-sull's estate, in hid, jl.
ANDERSON TOVN8HII Dwlght Hinckley to Kthelyn P. Hinckley, ahouL 8 acres ct land in Survey 3.723; $1. AVON HILLS SUBDIVISION Maine Baer, rer Sheriff, to Mutual S. ft L. Company, 4n by 125 feet on west aide of Mitchell Avenue, being part of Lot 12ft; $8,000.
BOND HILL Raymond W. Egan to Thomas M. ami Walter R. Kelly. IS years' lease of f3 feet on west fide of Paddock road, near Tennessee- Avenue; monthly rent 4110.
BIUOHTON Central Trust Company to the Cincinnati Union Terminal Company, K.1 lert on west, side of Buck 173 fet south of Queen City Avenue; $1. Central Trust Company to same, 44,721 Btiuara feet on north aide of is nth $1. Robert H. I. Goddard, trustee, to Mme, tract t.r land along the B.
O. Southwest-era Railway rltf.it of way; $13.3,1.1. CAMP WASHINGTON rotate of Rose Wur-zt'lhacher to Clem VVnrzdhacher. 33 by ltlfi fee on east side of Sidney Avenue, 132 feet si.uth of Kachel Street; J.i.100. CENTRAL The John Hawk Brewing Company to Kli.aheth R.
Williams, 4f) by yil feet on northeast corner of Sixth and Elm 8i recta; Jl. CENTRAL Julius Tay ton to Abe Davldorf, in years' le.tse. from October 1. 1M1. M7.
My. and M2 Elm Strpet; quarterly nnt; CENTR AL Estate of Joseph Brtchetto to Kn.rer Grocery A BaklriK Company, one 'year lease irnm October 1, UUi, at 50n Broadway; monthly rent $200. CHEVIOT Grace McWeeney to Emma 5(1 by 125 feet on south side of St. Martin Place, being Lot 8 In Bruns'a Subdivision; $1. CLKVES Harmon H.
Havn to Mary K. Hays, half interest In L'l 82 tn Noah Markland's Subdivision; $1. CI.IKTON Henry AHendnrf to Harold F. Stent en, 32 by 130 feet on west side of C'iftcn Avenue; $1. CORKY VILLE Ben R.
CreenberR. per Sheriff, to Citizens Gift B. ft L. Company, Lot ID in Block 4, In Thmaa K. Ct-rry's Subdivision; $5,500.
DELHI TOWNSHIP Elizabeth Federsplel to Kernbank Building Materials dmpany, M'j. lomj of an acre of land In Station 35; $1. DELHI TOWNSHIP Joseph A. Tab! to Sadie Tahl, part of Lot 12 In James Ca-luli's Subdivision in Section $1. GREEN TOWNSHIP -Frederick Blchl to Sherman Applet-ate, 5u by 150 feet on west fide nf Hichl Avenue, 270 fect nrtn of Cincinnati-Louisville i'ike, in Soriion 2i; GREEN TOWNSHIP Josephine Haunsx tn Alma M.
Opp. 35 bv Hi; fet on west side of North Bend Road. 315 feet south of Woodbine Avenue in Cheviot; $1. II ARTWELL Frieda Hamburg to St. Bernard L.
ti. A. Company. 47 by 122 leet on wet side of Burns Avenue, 47 feet north of Sheehan Avenue; HARTWELL Mary Schwaille to Annie Under. 30 by 2M) fect on north side of feCarnp Avenue; $1.
LOCKLAND B. Mooney to Steita 49 feet on north side of KftRerdlng Drive; $1. A DISONVILLE Ed par L. Penney to Mary E. l'enney, ho by 150 feet t-n south side nf Arnsi.y Place; $1.
Mot "NT HEALTHY-- Charles Bax to Carl an.l Bertha Apfel, so by M0 feet on south eide of Hill Avenue, liy feet west of Seward Avenue; $1. NORTHERN LIBERTIES The Ehrmantraut Realty Company tn Bessie H. Steele, pmn.ses southwest corner of Find lay and Vine Streets; $1. NORTHSIDE Richard G. Ztmmermann to Kathryn Zimmerniann.
75 by 105 feet on west side of Roll Avenue; $1. Nop.wi KU-- Fanny to Foster c. Waddell, 51 feet on south side of Williams Avenue, 50 feet east of Hazel Avenue; $1. NORWOOD Appolonia per ni to Print-ii' in! Insurance LM .19 tn Cathedral Park Subdivision; $7,915. PARK GROVE St'BDI VISION Ferdinand Weinheimer to Ruth Lt being fid by in feet on east side of West Rate Avenue, $1, PRICE HILL- Georce B.
Niehaus to Harry L. Olden. 43. by 113 feet nn northeast Corner nt 1' airhariKS and Brevier Avenues; SI-PRICE DILI, Herman Elsnesser Really Company to Sadie Wvers, Lot 103 In Grantor's Subdivision; $1. PRICK HILL Harry Ledermeier, to Mtiry A.
Cappel, 40 by 14il feet on west side of Avenue; $1. SYCAMORE TOW N'SHIP Luella Haarlam-rnert to Augusta Reirt, 1 t5 acres of land on Keller Road in Section $1, TI SCCI.LM-William H. Lueders et nl. to City -if Cincinnati, I.t 12 and 70 feet off Lit in LoKworth's Subdivision: William JL Lueters et al. to same, part nt Lot 61 in same si.bdivlsi.
$1. WU.NTT HILLS- Bessie D. irvrrlnk to Chitm M. Howe, by pM feet mi west side of Larkspur Avenue; 51, ALNl'T HILLS -EM rtte of Martha L. Fou.
he to Ralph Murphy, 25 by P0 feet mi r. irt west sid Hem lock Avenue $500. WEST END Alice Plemer to Philip Morton, 3d by 75 leet on side of Rank Street. 50 feet west of Whitman Street; $1. WEST END Mary Ewaid tn Frank J.
and 1 'hn si J. Ewaid, 32 by Ml feet nn rmrthuest corner Eighth and Carr Streets, 32 feet east of Carr Street; Mary Ewald to Joseph Ewald. Linn Street; $1. Mary Ewaid to Frank J. nnd Christian J.
Ewaid, hy t0 feet on side of Carr Street, K9 feet south nf Ninth Street; $1. WEST END Meyer Herman tn Snm Oreenu aid. 30 by lilii feet nn west shle of Centrii Avenue, 20 feet south of Richmond Street $1. Ssm J. Gn-enwald to Meyer Herman, 5 years' lease from October 15.
1931, nf sanif property; monthly rent 5155 50, with privilege of purchase at $31, loo. WEST END- Clara Pine, rer Sheriff, to Liberal S. ft L. Company, 133ti nnd 13.HS John Street, also 12t and 1223 Richmond Street; $tM25. Mortgages Filed, Eli Khoodln to Concordia R.
A fi.5io HiiKh Williams to Tlmmas c. ShotwOl y.500 Hftrry L. Olden to Bremen Street R. Cn Omwake lo J. Hensmi 75,000 hlri Cole to Southern Ohio Savings Bank 4,001) Henry Bloemer to Glcnway L.
ft D. Company fjnn Freda Armsey to same i.enrv B. McCrane to Green Street L. ft B. Co 3,250 Hai rv D.
Con ley to Fred'k A. Schmidt Co 10,000 Frederick C. Kneup to Southslde L. ft B. Co Ffhronia Peter to same 500 Wal'er J.
Giassmeyer to Moores-Coney Corporation 2.500 Laura Hirhnger to Vine Street Cable L. A B. Co 1,500 Cincinnati Double Wall Company to Lmi Bauer 2.000 Terence H. Sommer to South Slds L. ft B.
Co 3,750 Fsteiia A. McAllister to Spring Grove Avenue L. ft D. Co 3.600 C. Henkel to Western ft Southern Life Ins.
Co 7.500 Edith B. Aver to Central Hyde Park A L. Co. 4.000 Mary K. Penney to Unity L.
ft B. Co. 3.500 Fred Bremer to same 500 Mary A. Cappel to Provident Pavings Bank 3,300 Emma Fspelac to Spring Garden L. ft B.
Co 2,000 r. ii i 10.0 Cincinnati. Dnm 37 Pittsburgh Dam 6 Dam 13 Parke rrVfc Dam 22 Pt. Pleas'nt Dam 1'6 Dam 2-i Dam 29 P-Ttsm'th Dam 31 Dam 33 Dam 35 Dam 3s D'im 30 Lnuisvnle. Dam 41 Dft.n 45 Evansville I in 4 4 5 Franklin Lock 7 Zanesvitle.
I Radbrd 1 I Logan Wil I'm son Pik-viile Farmers 1 Dayton, O. 11 5 0 I 14 111. I 1.4 I o9 1.0 i 1.0. I 1 0. 12 4 6 9, 6 2 .,2 1.
I 7.3 'SO 5 7.8'. 2 4 ft. 8 I .5 4 I 2 1 7 2 12 5 0.J 0 2 0.2 7 i 0 2 6 II 5 0 2 0.2 rU.3 0 4 0 6 -f- 0.7 0.3 0.2 0.4 12 0,3 1.0 1.8 6.1 i 5.7 12 7.u I 6-5 I 6.9 5.6 1 i IT. i 6.6 i 4 15 1 I S.2 I 5.7 11.2 3.0 4.4 ft 4' 0 1 0.1 Braitvville Frank f--rt. I Ter.
Haute, Burnside Nashville. Kiloxvdle. -0 1 Chlt'n'gu, Florence Jolms'v'Is Dubuque Keokuk Omaha Kan. Citv. St.
Loins. Lit. Kick. I 'am 50 Pnducah Cairo Memphis Helena Vickhburg 1.0 0.2 fi 4 0 6 OS i Below zero. River Forecast.
Cincinnati, October 15-The Ohfo River from the Iwnawfia to mouth of the will be in pool Friday. W. 0. Deverenux. River ll.g feet, pool stage.
Arrival. The steamer Tom Greene, from Departure. The stealer Tom Crern- will ths fof of Street today at 5 r. tor Louisville arid wav points TELEGRAPHIC. SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO ENQUIRER.
Pittsburgh, Ortnber 15 The' reiriilsr of coke up the Wonongahela Hiver, which was established this week will Itirre-ise the tonnage on that etream in excess uf 25.000 tr.ns per month. Thla Is being loaded at the plant of the lKivlson r.ilie A Iron Company, Seville Inland, and movM upstream to the mills of the Pillslmrch Steel Company at Monessen The Isthmian down to Mlnco with Blx barges of coal nt. 7 a.m. last ninht. Rancer arrived from Welrton with six empty hanjei last niidnlcht, iteparted for nnn place at a.
in. today nith four haruea of coal. down to wllh nine barges of coal at 1 p. m. Marietta, OhioThe Standard down 2 3n p.
m. the Acltci down at 1 p. m. Pont Pleasant. U'.
Va The Government steamer Greenbrier arrived last nlcht and departed this morning lor points up the ohi', I.iver; st-naier Inland Irotn Pittsburgh down the Ohio R.vcr for Southern points wilh tow of steel; steamer Otto Mar-niet from mines with tow of coal t.r Cincinnati; st-arner S. N. Staunton tip (llilo with t. of empty (Travel and sand steamer Liberty from I'lltstiurch Charles', Portsrmu'h, Ohio. October 15 The Chris Creere Ctrcinnatj 5 a.m.; (' rt.il for Pit l.ur 11 a mi Id up 9 a.
Inland, of the American I.lne. on 11 v.nnu I wt'h coal 1 p. Victor up with oil harce lank a. 30 p. Sam P.
Suit down with Coal 4 pm, "adueah. Kv The c. V. from the upper Ohio; the Sanco left tt Charles K. Richardson arrived from Memphis; the Ellen Richards- arrived from Cas.nville with a tow of coal the, c.
W. passed down Uie Ohio. Kvnnrvlhe. Ind. Ohio Belle at (i i Hen Krar.iilm and tow down at 7 a.
m. P.eiilah Ray end tow from Green River. I (. Siicr and tow down at noon and returned up the river at 4 p. the South-I land from at 4 p.
Mabel and jioin inn TARIFF REVISION URGED. Colonel W. C. Procter Advises duction Of War Debts Of Europe. That the war debt3 should be greatly reduced or canceled because they cannot and will not be paid, was declared yesterday by Colonel Wil-; liam Cooper Procter, Chairman of ithe Board of the Procter Gamble 1 Company.
Colonel Procter said that thr sooner this situation is accepted the better it will be for the whole i world, lie said also that as far as the domestic situation is concerned, conditions seem favorable for rerov-! ery as soon as the "panic psychology" which has prevailed for the past montn or two i.s corrected. "Closely related to the pp-hlrm of war detvs 13 ihat tirade restriction. France and the T'mied States are ttie credtlor of ihe world. As creditor nations 'hey t-e and in the end mun. ai 'ert pa ment princpal and intt-ret fr ini their in the rm r-f rommodi- I U'n.
Insteari they kept, their dehtorn (ro-n d'ur tr hy maintaining the highest tariff" i in world, and hy so dome; have drained I the.r dfhtor nation? of their cold mippiy. The dehtor nat'ona have stood rcadv to dts-j charge their dct." the extent of exhaust-j im-' th-'mseive of th' tr dd reHerves. France snd the. Dinted I think, hnve a for the exroin economlo deprefston if Ih' vnrld, with nil t's Rt- tf'ndant ir.luptnal and cor.dilloii.-i.. may have hen raid in Hie concerning the ad ve.n aires lo im of a innir.
It, is certainly true 1h.it the tariff now is a handicap lo ua and to tha entire i world, "inir wiritmrn in this eotintrv would nlo he reaMy hnefiteii It liirll'i reduction roul'i he hrouht ahoiit. The taritfs Imposed hy I the various nations have reduced foreign huyinir and therefore operate toward riductl-in of employment and of waes in country ai.l throUKhoiit the world, The levd of waLS In mir own country Ins hern com para hiph, not hecane of Un tariff -n spit-' oi it. l.ahor would tin- r. uhtedly he 're fully emjiloyed at hcttcr wapes if the obstacles now hampennK in- ieirritlon.il trade re n-'u ivd. All trade.
is niereiy a procein of I i th' -r 'a one wroup of Iwhorcrs for th--o nioihT rr-mp. F.acji. o.ti. when its lahor can he exchanged f.tr the ot tntr labor or its products. WEATHER CONDITIONS.
The. following table shows the state I of the weather at the places men- jtionrd, as indicated by the Weather P.ureau. at 8 clock last night, seventy-fifth meridian time: i. o' 3 v. fs 3 3 places of it.scrva-tion.
5 1 ATLANTIC PTATKS. Kastpnrt T.O .14 5 f.M 64 1 Albanv. Ii2 'l I New York lifi 71 Allanl.Cv. r.fl 70 riiirphi.i vi 7s i Lake lie furry ion -Con'. 1.
.12 1 S.S Marie 1.4 ilri'i'ii tf'y r.2 "iH i (l.Kani-li. 0 I f.4 6u i i nr. MISS Mlnapolis I Imbu'tue. i I M. (111 U'ash'ton Norfolk 51 114 (1 (l i 7 I (- 71 S2 0 82 1-6 0 STATES.
76 K' 1 0 76 1-6 11 71 TS VI 0 kit h4 0 T2 S-l .02 72 il II f.4 ts VA1.I.E.'. 611 64 0 :,6 'harleslon Miami. c.ri.K lantii Tampa Mont'iv V.cUsblir.' 64 M'. 6(1 i st. i.ouis.
I Cairo. f.S 62 112 6H i Meinphu. I orlt'imH MO. VALLEY So 60 H6 shrevep'l Kt. Smith Ml Kl.
Worth Antonio Chnstl ii a I Kan. Citv 62 6(( Ho 6S Omaha. Huron f.S 70 I Wiilist.m S2 SS OHIO VALLEY. (14 F. .01 r.
i r.rt.. biAir.i. P.riters'h fi2 70 i Ycll'Ktone MO 64 7(1 54 64 1- Ikins (in I Lander. Ch-yenne. Columbus lin 4 Cincinnati rndlanap's (32 Louisville 62 BR Rvsr.svllle 60 fit Ashevllle 64 74 Chatta'ea 72 a Nashville 66 78 .01 0 (I 0 0 Kapti Cv 62 6S 611 74 66 70 7S 64 6S 64 74 I'lalte I S.Lake i i Denver.
Donee I Oklahoma 6d 76 Amarillo. -66 72 Abilene. (.8 82 Rosweil. T2 SO 7fs 82 ti. Angeles 72 SO LAKE REGION.
Buffalo. SS 60 .12 Cleveland fS 60 0 Detroit 56 62 0 Clear. tCloutiy. Trace. IPsrtly cloudy, Rain.
7 2 2 7 7', 'i1 'h 1 li IS I 1 ft'i 1 i 1 IV to fi 1 1 i a li IV 7'i. i i I 7-, 'n i iti in F.i Ht: 1C, Am N'ipei power Ark Nat tl.is A A none I A Huron war Marcont Corporate Tr Min- Vii'l' 2ini- 12tr liutf Corp. Do Forest Ha.l 1'etiolt Aire Mv Tripit Hhra I bitnller Ootnl Finn. re Mot I t. I Fo Th-a A Hen.
link Ranch Id In-I I'lpe 1, lull td 14 Copper 1 i it i 1 1 NiiK Hn.t F.v OH R-lmiice in'! Haprti Trust Shi 5 SImiM Oil ln.1 Maii.l 1 1 Kv Trustees pf 1 'nit war Hi pill! 111.1- 4.MV 4niv ton loo ItlV 4tt 1 1 4 i 4tl I 4 3i0 in' 21" F1 A 1 Cm eral Tr Slock anlea lo.lay. S.nno nharr.t. New York Produce Stocks. LIVE STOCK Cncmnatl live stock market, reported by the Uniiet States Department Apnrul-ture. shipments, directs, Thursday, Oclober 15, Cattle Calves.
Hogs. Sheep Actual receipts for market 429 Receipts direct to 200 3.2H4 323 45 2,211 31 146 2i9 packers 192 luiai Finpinenis WVinesday Cattie Rvic-iptB of cattle were but the demand was relatively narrow and a alow trade 'as in progress on all of the mature killing classes. Prices on cows and bulls were general! steady and where sales of steers and heifers were made values also appeared unchanged. Odd lots of common and medium Krass steers and heifers turned wlthm a range of $4 to $ti 25. with only a few belter finished offerings upward to $7, while a sprinkling of led yearlings reach-d Most bepf cows cleared wilhm a spread of $3.50 to $4 50, with Jow cutters and cut tens selliag mainly between $2 and J.I 25.
Best sausage hulls earned $1.50. wah less desirable Kinds at $4.25 and common I ik lit weights downward to $3. The vealrr trade was active and unevenly to il higher than the general trade of Wednesday, or about 50c higher than the closing jo-ssion of that day. Good and choice of fer.ngs ranged from $9 to $10. mojily and up.
while lower grades sold at $5,50 and downward. Hogs Salesmen and buyers failed to agre on hog prices this morning and the market went into a deadlock to thai of Friday. With increased receipts In tho aggregate" against them iird the loi-al run moderately liberal, finally had to yield to the line, lower bids irom p'ir-chasers at the noon hour. this basis better Krade iw to around lOn-ih averages mostly at wnilti neaviT weignis were too scarce to quote but considered nominally lower. Demand was not broid lor the supply even at the line and the market cp-sed thw with a moderate hol i-j iver reported.
l.uzhtt-r w-ihts ruleil weak to mostly lower, with the ti'-neral nn of 13'l to 170 lb averages at $4.75 i 5. some of the better finished kinds scaling a found I 150 lbs and upward being taken at JO to 55 25. Packing sows were scarce and steady at S4 to Sheep Supplies at the sheeph'-'use were very light and demand suf nt to pla.ee I val'-es on a steadv to strong hais and in spot.i sal-'s were 25c hleri-r. B''ter grade ewe arl wether lambs cashed at to $7. th one small lot of well finished 79 Jb averages reaching $7.25.
Common and me-i dmm grades he id a range of $4 to $ii, with I buck lambs mostly $5 to $5.50 and light skips downward tn $3. Sheep remained un- with fat ewes listed mostly at I and downward. New York wholesale meat trade conditions: On Wednesday steer bpef and pork at Ne'v York ere mostly steady; veal barely steady, with some in-between sales $1 lower, while lamb ruled sten iy to st mng. Demand f-r beef and pork was reported only fair; veal slow and lamb fair. Supplies of b-cf were normal; veal about normal; lamb moderate, whilo porrt wafi lieht to normal.
giiotatlons: Cattle Steers (fioo-OOO Ibs, go.d H.75. medium $4.75 'i rt.5o. common $3.50,1 IbHJ. good $25 niedium fi.25, common i (1,1 lbs), good 56.2.V; N.2;, met Hum $4.75 -t 0.25. Heilers (5r.o5o lb, good $6 25-i medium $4,75 0 75, common $3.25 'j 5.25 Cows, pood 64.25 $5 00, common and medium $3 50 ''i 1.2 5, low cutter and cutter $2.00 3.50.
Bulls, (yearlings excluded), cutler, common and medium 3 'i 4 5o Vealers, tmilk fed), fjo-id and choice medium $7 rt 9, cull and rem- mnn $5 (j 7. Milk Cows, qier head) $30 a $70. Springers (per cwt.) Light, goo.l to choice am. 1160 lbs) light weight 1160-10 1 l's good and choice, (1s0-2-m) lbs) -i medium weight. C20O-22O Ibsi $5 63, good and choir U20-250 lbs S5.S;; heavy weight lbs) $5.15 $5.65, good and choice (290-350 lbs) i'i.
I parking sows, nvdiurn and good 1 lbs) $3 75 'i 4 5n; pus, good and choice (MO-130 lb?) $3.75 4.75. (Soft or fuly hogs ari'l roasting pigs ex- eluded in above quotations.) Sheep--Lambs (90 lbs down) good to choice $6. 50 7.25; medium $4 70 6 5ti; G'l-100 Ibsl to choice, all weights, common $3.75 -i 4.75; ewes (90-120 Ih.s) to cnolce (120-150 lbs) medium to choice, ail weights, cull and com- I mun 50c 'a $1.25. Chicago, October 15 (AP) (United States i Department of Agriculture? Hogs, including 4, Out) direct, cl- sed very slow, (mostly 10-j25c lower; 170-22') lbs off most; Mate bulk 200-310 Jbs $5. 25 5.40 early top 60- MO-pto lbs $5 -i ft 25; pigs $1.50 $5 15; parking Sows $4.75 '5 25, Shippers, 4.000.
est imaied holdovers 7.0on; light linht, good to choice, 1 40-160 lbs $5 5.25; dent weight, M0-20i lbs mednim 2i '0-250 lbs $5. 15 'i 5.50; heavy weight 25o-300 ibs $5. 25 fj 5.50 parking sows, medium and good, 275-500 lhs $4.7 5.25; slaughter pigs, good and choice 1 00-130O Ibs $5. 15. Cattle.
7.500; calves, l.flflO; fed steers and yearlines run strong to 25c higher: all grades sharing advance, nltlmunh goo.l and choice long yearlings nnd hunt steers led upturn: no strlciiy choice heavies here; best long earllngs of show tvpe sold at several loads making $10 10.25 as compared with 50 9. 75 late last week; most strictly gram fed steers 50 upward; slaughter caMle and vealers, steers, irood and choice. fion-Oo'i lbs $7 5o-. (100-1. M0 Ibs $7 51 i 10 5o.
1, 100-1. 30 ls $7. 75 '-i 10.60; 1 3'iM-l 5on Ibs 0.H0; common and medium. pw Mo 7 50; heifers, good and choice, on hg S6.75VjM: common and medium 53 -t J6 75; cows, goo.l and -'ht ice $4.25 5 common and meiiium 53 50 4.25: ow cutter nnd rulter 3 50; hulls excluded good and choice (beefi $t25 4-iitter ti medium $3 25 1 50; vealers (milk fe.l good and choice 25 'i ft 50; medium Srt 75 25: cull and common $5 6 75; Htocker and f-e'ier sucrs. good and choice.
500-1 lhs $5 25 7: common and medium S3. 75 5.25. Sheep, 20 000 clnsinc active all classes, 25c higher; fat rarge lamt-a up 50c and more; strictly choice $7 90; other rancers $7 7.75; td Westerns $7 25; best natives mot feeding Inmhs $55 65: lambs. 90 lbs down, good and choice $6 50 7. 90; medium i $6 50; all weights.
common $125 75; ewes. 9-150 lts. medium to choice S3 25; all weichts. cull and common $1 52 25: feeding lambs, 50-75 lbs, good nnd choice $5.25 5.75. New York, October IV- AP CatMe 1 370; nominal, X'ealers and calves 3 to steady vealers, poor! to choice 1 1 medMin M) fjO, 1 1 1 and common $4 1 ralves, common to medium f-heep nnd lamhs 7.250; firm.
Sheep: ewep. choice 1.25, me-rlnm to good cull! and romnv-n 51.50 'i 2, Lnmhs: poodft J7.50.:; medium Jf, 7. cmimon J4 5 50. Itops 740; tteady; 100 to 220 lhs PLANS TO INTRODUCE BILL To Congress To Prohibit Short Selling In Securities. Washington, October 15 -(AD Representative LaOnardln, of New York, plans to reintroduce his hill to prevent the short selling of securities and commodities when the new Conpress convenes in December.
The independent Republican sent a statement to the capital today say ing that "Now that short selling has caused so much disaster perhaps It will be possible to get a hearing on this important subject." LaGuardia has sought vainly since 1929 to get a committee hearing on his measure. "I am indeed happy to note that the Republican floor leader of the Senate, Senator James E. Watson, Indiana, has declared himself In favor of such legislation," IGuardla said. arc ni. pir iv in tar rgiit'Bii, New Ynf.t.
tr Prniluce KschaiiKe I rain-e of pt ice STOi'KS. Sulci lllvh Low. Clnt. A.I Alaska r.nn .2 Atlas rtii pt 1 b'n 1 Cai Juneau 1 rr i r.r t'aiMMii Hill Ool.l Im' 2 2.05 2 Ofi Columbtv ltn. it.
Wj, Cuilio Mines 1 2(lnn- Ill i t1H Corp Truft Stirs' 2' Finn Simn'jt t'oin' -t' 4 Fanle ltlrtl 4,4" 4 Fuel Oil Motor i 3 25: tiener.il Mlnini: Tii .51 Imp Facie lunu .117 I iW .07 Int Fiiat lesa Iron1 Min .2 I .21 Int Nalntal Jsjc 1' I HI 1 10 Kevft C.n Mtuen' MM .75 .7 12nu A 4c Mid" I .,1 1 .92 -H2 SIi Wave X- Tel 1 b' 1 1 1 TruitecSt Oil inn O. 4 4 U-'tern T-tcv Jinn 2' 2' 2 Clevolnnd. Cleveland, tictober 15 A Sales n'1 rane of pncoi: Louisville. nvi-t hi. nm-Ari'H to tbs SNijt ihfr.
I.ou1.-.ville, October l.V-Stamlard OH nf Kentucky hehl at bhl ami a.keil. a shares each way, at Thurs-'I i Mention of the local Stock Kxchanpe. I'oiirt-on Stuck Van' a was bid 't point higher, tn 12 '-j in rhareji. Ten share! of Axhin-PiHher C'unmon were at wera no other quotations. GENERAL PRODUCE New York.
N-W York, October 15- (AIM Fkk 23.rt5. M'X'd ijlors feular pa. ked extras jn -i 34c, extra 1 1 1 21 fcc first ret iterator firsts 2D i 2lc, nenihv jiinl i-vtern hennery brown lum te t-xtra fancv 4" 43'-. athere.l extras 33 3 k', 1'acafic Coast white firsts 2S i 3iic. New Oetoher 15 (API Rulter: tp.
ceh'U 13 213 irregular, creamery ha extra 3i ex ra i score 3Ti "f1 CluM.tc; receipts lltS.M boxes, sic. uly. Chicago. Ohb-ftKo, October 15 AP) (1'tiUnl States Ib-ianinent of Agriculture Potatoes Hti. on trm'k 221.
total F. s. 121; ntea.lv on Uet liUer Ohio barely Klcady nn other stock; rail nt; rather alow s--u ked per cwt. Wis-coin-in nmnd whites So hoc. North Pakota robtiiet-s N5ntne.
Idaho nirtfetn No. 1 1 25 1 l0. occiirtion.i! (tale lusher. Futures' Idaho ris.seta October 1 .35, Oreen Al-nintuins October 75c. CP i awn.
October 15 (API Vck: 2 307, firm; extia ftrst 2 i 27c, fresh graded ri rut 2o receipt in extras 11 i 2nc, future rcl rljerat or stan lain November October 15 A i Rut er prices weie excent on top which were ded htthcr o( Scarcity. Fresh, f-coie. Hi1, i 35 12, 3 I' 4 t'l i3c; tin. 31c. ss.
S7. Ccntraiied carlots, se re, I 15- i A IM Iv.uUry: alive 39 iruiKs inn; 15 20c, tpr lc. 13c. turkeys 23c, while ducks 13 i 1.k colored 11 pic, 14c. Miscollancous.
i-ITi-Mi MM'il' To im; iyitiun. Pitt-ilnirk-h. Oct 15 Fkks: tints, near- i bv Ui i en 20 JP re di fancy white extra fancy 2'4c, firsts mow ni i i pou it ry heavv hens 1 i 23c, mednuns P.t nc. Peghorns Irt isc. lciY IS i 22c.
springers 15 1 li'c. fani'v broilers 2o 22c. roosters 13 '( 1 Jc. du.Ps Pi i Ijc. geese 12.jle, ptgrons.
pi pair 2'' Ht.g-drr-.sed poultry, hens spnniters. hcay 2t i 2c. light 20 2 5c. roosters 1 IV, uucks turkeys 35 I'V, 2S)31c, Mat.s P'c. geese Iti Siplat juilibo $1(1 10 50, i common I i 4.5it.
Clpvelnr.d. October 1 5 A fM -Butter, extras. 3s ic; live poultry, cheese and eggs On Pack 4.5 ears' Maine, UM-lh sack, P. S. No.
1 (Ireen Moiintiilus JP-MIO. best mostlv New York S. No. 1 Cobblers. .120 Ih sack.
some showing dlrtv, SPoFlO; loiMh sacks Idaho. 100 lb Narks. P. S. No.
1 Jiutsei Burbank.s, medium large pie, mostly 5.1 75. lew best sacks 45 New York-Ohm. bushel sacks. Cobblers, partly grade.1, 50 53c, few tine. Pt.
louls, October 15- (AIM- Kbrh nn-ch mgi'd Missouri No 1 Butter nn ch. riiuCil creamery extras 3 tic. Poultry: lc I'igher. heavy hens IV. light hens pic.
ot tiers u'lchnnivd. spring's Ific. Turkevs 24c. Sprnc dn.ks pic. ilucks 7c 'sprtnc geese 9c, old ijre.te 6c.
METAL. WD'. I.I. PtIMT. T'l Tilt" IKrit Y.irk, 15- Co.pr-r Imvlnc ts nrt, Willi ini.tiaiifccl at 7r a mi in il-nipslir market.
At.r.a.t sine I (....) ii in lay K.ii'r f.r flip day ivprf 2. 7.V(, c.nt'nii tn be of Cic market will. custom smellers pell-im: tiere Kie.tnih llc for shipment 7o ft pound to en.1 Mar, anl 7 s.y c. I. f.
Hamh Havrf an.l I.on-l 'lln steady, an.l nrar-hy 37o. future lion quiet. unchar.Kerl. l.ea.1 rteaoy, Bp-t New York 4 KaM Rt. l.ouis 3 Zinc easy St.
spot rd future 3 Antimony fl.ota-. t.ondnn OrOper IV AP) Standard copper, spot (34 17 Sd. future (35 12 (Id. lytic: ap.it 41 loo. future (42 10..
Tin: ipot 1 3n future (133. lead: ei.it I future' 1.4. "SIMCKS Vj-'se Citv le Fuel pf" 1. iV-t Clev i- 1 Ml pi 1 1 lot Oh Clevei nui Rv 4t 52 52 52 CHv irsl.i 2' 5-4 5 t'htmnal yl P2 102 1D2 nn'H tl ti com Hurt tin 7 i 7 I 7 Hil.Men pr pf 15 53 53 53'; F.reir Mro A b'ti US Hi 1 Int.rlike i 37 37 37 Kupi-k 1 2'' 13 i 13 13 Nut Cxth pf 70 12D 120 'IM Nt R.M;iV!iic Vf pi 10 10 Pii.kaiJ Fie' 100 i IMttorn.ji Sari; ion 1S'S' is Utcl-n-'iti R'os 1 11 37 3H itii'-j Sh-rwm Wins in 1 4S -P P. pf VA .1 11 105 105 105 Detroit.
ietnlf, Mich October 15-- (A1M (if 1 rh'es; "STOCKS Close. 5' 1Js I F.xcello Aircraft Too! 4 4', Ford Mtts of i 'attada A US' 11'l tfieral Motor.s c.nn 25 1 251, Oeiural Parts C.np com li Hah Lamp foir 3'. 3's lloudatll Her)0irv 3 1 3 3 9V t'i Kieee com 22 22 22 Merta icnlnc Co IS dor Hankers rp 5 5 i 5 Murrav e.otn 7 7 I Packajd Motor 5'n 5'i Pat he i vis A Co 22 22 22 Ku-tprof 41 45 i 45 Sr. feu Pitlon 13 13 I 13 Silent Ant nia'lc corn 9 1 i It ken petr Axle cm 5S 5 5'i Co 4.V-; 45 45 Oct Fn Orotip 25 24-t 24 r. T' tal .1 i Board Of Trade Stocks.
Clu.ai;.'. f. (API Sairs ml th "Ij-m i.aC is is i 1 43 4.1 i.s ni 3 3 1. 3S i7i' .) iim 4 4 i 4 4- (S IS rrnsp. M'OCKS A "77" c.irn -ti A crj.
Natl In.1 Pr S'-r Arr.r Ptan Oil inl Stuil.hakrr coin C.rp A TruM Ftan (111 Fh. btnek alcs. (harrfl..
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