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TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 16 • 1937 HOGS UNCHANGED TO DIME LOWER TOP OF $10,35 EQUALS FRIDAY Nothing Is Done in Other Branches of Livestock Trade at Chicago. CHICAGO, ijPi—Although hog receipts were smaller than expected, buyers ivcre indifferent in Saturdays short session and prices were unchanged to 10 cents lower. Top of $10.35 matched Friday's closing peak. Nothing \vas done in other branches of the trade. Sheep and cattle receipts expanded this week, accounting to some extent for the declines that took place in most classes offered Hog Markets in these markets, but ho: was around 25.000 head below the previous week though slightly larger than Ihe corresponding week a year ago. Decline for Week. Despite this contraction in hog receipts, the market declined 25 in -JO"cents during the week, partly in sympathy with falling wholesale pork Quotations. Choice jjnd prime steers selling at S13.50 upward advanced 25 to 40 cents during the week, to a new 12 months' peak of $14.40. Other grades of catlle, however, predominated in the market, and these lost 25 to 50 cents, closing dull. Though stockers and feeders were scarce finishers did not support this market late. Fat Lambs Drop. Fat lambs more than lost early week gains and closed 10 to 35 cents net lower. Sheep, however, advanced around 50 cents. The early lamb top of Sll, highest since July, gave way to a closing peak of S10.60. A disturbing influence in most branches of the livestock trade" was the backtracking of wholesale fresh meat quotations. Fresh pork loins, which led this reaction from recent high levels, closed at a 16 to 18 ] -j cents a pound range compared with IT 1 ? to 2'' week ago. MIDWEST HOGS HOK prices at midwest markets Saturday: WATERLOO—HORS 5c lower. 'Good to choice 140-150 Ibs. S7.10G7.40: 150-160 Jbs. S770[n8: 160-170 Ibs. SB.35Ht8.ii5; 170-180 Ibs. S9.106.i9.40; 180-200 ibs. $9.40(ij.9.7CI; ^tl(l-35.-j Ibs. $9.COf.i3.90; 325-350 Ibs. 59.40 H9.TO; paclcins sows 275-350 Ibs. S9.1-'' f 'i9.45: 350-425 Ibs. S94j9.30; 425-550 Ibs. S8.R.V9.15. CEDAK RATIOS—Good hogs 140 to 150 Its. S7.55<o,7.85; 150 to 1GO Ibs. S8.05''i 8.:>5: l«l 10 1TI) Ibs. $8.55r«.8.85; 1"0 to ISO \\lf. S9.1S''i9.45; 180 to 201) Ibs. S9.45I" 9.73; 200 10 325 Ibs. $9.604/9.90: 325 to 350 Ibs. S9.45 •I 9.75: good packers 275 io 350 Ibs. S9-.1V/f 9.45: 350 10 425 Ibs. S!l'il9.30; 425 to 500 ibs. $8.S.V"!U.>; 500 lo 550 Ibs. S8.70':i 9. OTTUMWA—HOES 5c lower. 14U lo 150 Ibs. S7.55(ii7.85; 150 to 160 Ibs. S8.05S< 8.35: ICO to 170 Ibs. $8.55«i8.85; 170 to 180 Ibs. S9.134/9,45: ISO to 200 Ibs. S9.40«i.9,70; 200 10 325 Ibs. S9.GO" 9.90; 32s lo 350 Ibs. S9.45li9.75: 350 to 400 Ibs. S9.25«i9.35; packers 275 to 350 Ibs. S9.10lJ9.40; 350_to 425 Ibs. S959.30; 425 to 550 Ibs. S8.!].jlri 9.15. AL'STIN"—Hogs Iflc lower: KOod to ( choice ISO lo 200 Ibs. S9.45(n9.75: 200 lo | 290 Ibs. 290 to 325 Ibs. S9.liO''j r.25 to :i5u Ibs. S9.50'"9.SO: packing sood 275 lo 550 Ibs. S6.75fij 9.45, SOl'TU ST. r.M'l. LIVESTOCK. 'Saturday .Markcti SOUTH ST. PAUL. •.!'—U. S. department of agriculture— CATTI.K 90(1: compared with Friday of last \\cck medium daughter >teer* \ery dull l,!te Friday, around 50c lower: bids oft more, clearance incomplete; strictly good and choice grades steady to 25c lower: common steers got some replacement support: she stock 25-50c lower; bulls steady to 25c lower; stockers and feeders steady to easier; plain and low medium slaughter steers or yearlings SGiTiR: medium and good fed kinds SB.jOfh 10.50: few strictly good and choice $10.756(12.25; bulk fed heifers S6.50'" 8.50: very good yearlings to -S9.75: medium and good fed L-OX\-S S5.~>u^'1!.75: plain butchers, down to s4.75; low cutters and cutters mostly S4.25 down; good stockcr or feeder steers Sli.75'-'7.,">*): hulk lower grade stockers S4.75f'i 6.50: calves 300. vcalers mostly steady for week: good and choice 59.50?i 11.50: few selects $12; cull and common throwuiits around S5fr;7, HOGS 1.500. mostly 5-loc lower than Friday with IM to 180 Ibs. 15-250 or more tower than best time: pigs tending lower; good and choice 200 to 300 Ibs. SlOli/10.15: top Itid to 200 Ibs, SO.fiO'iUO: 130 to 1GO Ibs. S9f,, 9.60: lighter killer pigs down to S7.50 and below: good sows S9.50ril 9,fiU: average cost Friday S10.03: weight 20t;. SHtKP 1,000. compared with Friday of la.>t week .-.laughter lambs steady to 25c lower: slaughter owes 25-50c higher; feeding lambs 25c higher: week's top fat lambs slo.50; closing bulk good to choice slaughter lambs SIO^ in.25: common and medium grades 57.50''' 9.25; medium to choice ewes ?4'ii5.75: good to choice feeding lambs Sfi.755i9.fiG. Local Livestock MASON CITY—f HOGS Saui 16U-170 Steady. Good iishl li^'n'^ Good light iigi-.:s Good lights Good lights Good lisht butchers 180-JOO Good lisbt butchers 200-220 Good me. wL butch. 210--J" Good me. wt. butch. ^--'" Good me. '•,-„ butch. 2,0-f.o Good hear.- butchers 230-^-0 Good heavy butchers 32a-J.)0 Cood heavy butchers 3^0-400 Good packing sows ;;•?"•;;;:: Good heavy sows •^Jr"™ Good big heavy sows 4-j-juiJ G r T t b !fbo\ < ?' 1 ,s a S °l5f30 0 t°ruck ho, market •or -ood and choice hogs. The dilirtencc in price is for short and .cr.i; 5 7.00- 7.30 S 7.50- 7.SO i S 20- K.50 S 8.8.-.- 9.15 S 9.35- 9.B3 S 9.60- 0.90 S 9.60- 9.90 S 9.60- 9.90 S 9.00- 9.90 S 9.60- 9.90 S 9.45- 9.75 S 9.25- 9.35 S 9 15- 9.45 S 8.95- 9.25 S 8,7.1- 9.05 S 8.55- 8.E3 naul hogs. I cATTLk C'.ioice '.o prime .steers Good 'o entice steers ... . yair to good steers . ... Lo A grade steers ..... Choice to prime yearlmcs .. Good to choice yearlings fair to good yearlings ... Common lo fair yearling.-. -. Good to choice heifers ..... Vatr to good heifer* Commc-n to fair heifers Choice to prime cows Good to choice cows Fair to j^ood cows • •. Fair to good cutters Common to fair cut'.ers Fair to good canncrs Common to fair canners .... Inferior canners Good to choice bulls Fair to good bulls Common to fair bulls Inferior light bulls Calves, gd. to choice 130-190 Calves, mod. to good 130-190 Calvse. infer, to gd. 130-190 LAMBS choice "0-90 good i TSO-UI.IPI) 5 ri.50- 7.50 S 4.1X1- 5.30 S 9.50-10.50 5 7.50- 9.00 S 5,50- 7.50 S 4 00- ,"'.r»0 S 7.00- 9.00 S -,.(iil- 7.0!! S C.DO- 5.00 S 5.50- fi.-5 S 4.50- 5.50 S 4,00- 4..'iO S 3.50- 4.00 S 3.00- :',50 S 2.75- 3.00 S 2.50- 2.75 S 2.00- 2.25 S 4.75- 5.50 $ 4.50- 4,75 S 4.00- 4.50 $ 3,50- 4.00 S 8,^'J- 9.50 S K.OO- 8.30 S6.00 down siorx cn'y LIVESTOCK. (Saturday Market] SIOUX CITY. .P—U. S. department of a:;rk-tiitltrt>— CATTLE 400; far thr week: Choice and prime beef steers and yearlings scaice. hule changed: most short feds 25c lower; common and medium lisht weights 1-3- 50c down; heifers mainly 25c lower: cows steady to weak; stockers and feeders scarce, ilrm: prime long yearlings 515.74: heavy beeves S13.GO: sales above s!2 limited: liberal showing short t'rds S.VriHl; load lots medium to good heifers 85n Ibs. dou-n 57.75r ( i!t; few 59.50; bulk beef cows S4.7.V-: C.25: few SS.riO'Jn: most cutter grades S::.75'i 4.50; scatlered sales good and choice stocker steers S7'u7.25; load choice 535 Ib. weieli'.s S8. HOGS 1.500: good to choice butchers 200 Ibs. up steady with Friday's iate trade: lighter weights dull, weak to 2-"c lower; top-S9.35: bulk 20d to 250 Ib. butchers S9.75V5.85; Ifitl to 190 Ib. lights S9.25'u9.65: 140 to 160 Ib. light lights S3.50 SIIFEP noo: Saturday's trade nominally steady: for the week: Lambs weak to 15c lower: ewes steady to lOc higher: week's top fat wooled lambs «10.50: late hulk 59.85 '-MO. 10; some f:il! shorn SD.25; load lots luO !h. Nebraska? la! ewes S5.CO: other medium lo choice loads SL:.:")0'r/5.50; 1 few cars GO to fij Ib. feeders S3.75«;8.R5; >:nall lots up to S9.25; mixed fats and feeders B2 lo 70 Ibs. S9.1". DOLLARS PER WEEK 30 AVERAGE WEEKLY EARNINGS OF INDUSTRIAL PLANT WAGE EARNERS COMPUTED B> NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL CONFERENCE BOARD FROM REPORTS Of MANUFACTURING PLANTS IN 24 INDUSTRIES THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES THE NUMBER OF PLANTS REPRESENTED AT THE END OF 1130 WAS l|444. EMPLOYING ABOUT $34.000 WAGE EARNERS. foR 840,QQO WAGE EARNEKS IN 1323) DOLLARS PER WEEK 30 15 D CI.SO* (?) I WHEAT PRICES FINISH HIGHER Market Responsive in Part to Prospective German Buying in Canada. CHICAGO, (.•?) —Wheat averaged higher Saturday at the last, responsive at least in part to prospective liberal takings of Canadian wheat by Germany. Estimates too were current tha* the world carryover of wheat at the end of this season will be only about 300,000,000 bushels. This contrasts with an average of more than 700,000,000 bushels, and is the smallest since 1925. At the close, wheat was \.\ cent oft' to ":i cent up. compared with Friday's finish. May, $1.32% to $1.323,4; July, $1.15'A to $1,15%; corn at U cent decline to an equal advance, May, new, SI.11 to Sl.ll'.K, July, new, SI.06% to S1.06" 8 ; oats, '» to ~.s cent down, and provisions varying from 12 Stock List N'EW VOBK STOCKS. l-'jnal Quotation:,) Al Ch & Dye 237 Am Can . U5U Am Sm i Ref 96 Am Sug Rcf 54'.j AT&T IS.T* Am Tob B 95U Am Wat Wks 2B'. Anaconda 5.)'^ A T & S F 75'; Auburn' Auto Aviat Corp B & O Barnsdall Bendix Aviat Beth Stl Bordcn Borg Warncr Can D G Ale Can Pac Case C & N W C G W C M St P i P C R I & P Chrysler Col G & E Comw & Sou Cons Edison Cons Oil Cont Can Cont Oil Del Corn Prod cents setback cents. to a gain of two sales CHICAGO CASH GRAIN. rSatiirday Market! CHICAGO. '-Pi— Cash wheat, n reported. Corn. No. 4 mixed Sl.Ofi^iS 1.10: No. 4 yellow Sl.OS'i*" 1.11- No. 5 yellow S1.05C" 1.03':..; No. 4 white S1.13B J.lS'.i: No. 3 white SI. ()9: sample crarle S1.04'i l.OJ'-L-. Oats, No. 2 white JG'ic: No, 3 white 54U'Vj5o ;1 ,^c: sample grade 53 3 ic. Soybeans. No. - yellow S1.G1, outzide wfipht. Barley feed 80cf' SI nominal; malting SKi I. -12 nominal. Timothy seed ?61i6.2j cwt; new S,~).?.T<<I 6 c'.vt. Ciover seed S26.5n<fi n.jll CM-I. Lard, tierces S13.35; loose S12.62; bellies Slfi.oO. LIVESTOCK FORECAST CHICAGO. I.TI— Unofficial estimated rr-reints ^f livestock fnr Monday: Hoes, Sn.DOO: cattle. 15.000: shrnp, 15.000: hogs for all ncvrt week. 110.000. Mason City Grain Miscellaneous Ni:\V YORK SUGAR. ^Saturday .Market) NEW YORK. I.-TI—Raw Migar advanced 3 points to 3.80c. Futures. No. 3 contracts May. July and September 2.84c; No. 4 contract Slay l.lO'.^c. September 1.22 ] 2C. Refined was uiiL-hanpcd at 5.00c for line granulated. Lan.hs. Lambs. 711-90 70-W S 8.2-1- 8.50 S 7.25- ii.ih S 4.25- 7.25 S4.25 dou-n S 5.00- 5.00 t 4.00- 5,00 S 3.00- 4.00 5 2.00- 2.50 S 2.00- :i.OO 5 1.00- 1.50 S 1.00- 2.0d S 5.00- 6.00 I 3.00- 5.00 ad. 'o med. to fair to rned. I.ambs, common Yearlings, Ed. to ch. /0-90 Yearlings, medtu.n to good Yearlings, fair to medium Yearlings, coll* : Native ewes, zood to eMoi:e Culls, ewes EucKi Wethers, 2 year olds Wethers, old Bud: lambs SI lows. No dock on lambs. Quotations jubjecl to market fluctuations. CUICAC.O LIVESTOCK i Saturday ."Market) CHICAGO. ..-I—V. S. Department of " HOGS fi.UOO. including '>.<><*> direct: weak to 10c iowcr than Friday's average: few loads ami several small lots good and choice 180-250 "" top S10.35: sood 340 Ib. GOVERNMENT BO.N'llS. (Saturday Quotations) N'EW YORK, ..!'—U'. S. sovcrmr.ent bonds cioscd: Treasury 4'«s 47-52 120.30. Treasury 4s 44-J4 114.25, Treasury 3 : 'ns 40-43 June, blank, Treasury ,T'ss 43-47. blank. Treasury 3Us 46-49 10B.1S. Treasury 3s 51-5,-j 106.2."). Bond Market butchers S10.15; ,TH-dium to cood light Jialits S9.23<5 Or.90: shippers took 500; estimated holdover : U'JO: compared \veeK iigo: General market 23-lOc lower, sows mostly 15-Mc lo\.?r. CATTLE 100: calves 100: compared Friday la.-t week: Choice and prime steers U.*i-40c hiKhcr. most suc.^ cattle selling at SU.."i3 upward, lop $14.40. new hich on crop nnd for last 12 months: medium ^cishLs made oeak price: best yearlings M4".V 1371 Ibs. $14.2."i: 1,448 Ibs. reached K13.85; l.f'09 1ft. S13.0?: 1.855 Ibs. S12: oiher grades predomit.;r.ed and sold 2">:,Uc loner: close dull a: decline: replacement cattle scarce, bu', finishers did nol vtioport late market: country trade a SG •5i3 aKair. with haiC fat feeders up to S9.!i5; medium craac neifcrs 2J-J«c lower: other Rradcs steady: top 990 Ib. heifers M2: cows slroni; to 25c higher: bull.- ar.d vealers steady. SHEEP 3300 including: -.000 direct: for week- -ndins Friday 1E.OOU directs; eom- oarcd Friday last week. Fat lambs clos- inj mostly 10-15c lower, li^vinc first lost early gains: yearlings little chanced: sheep around '»0c higher: week's lamb top-Sll. equal to Jtiiy peak levels; closing top S10.60. late bulk SIO.;3rTi 10.50 but week's bulk native and fed western offerings of most representative weights 5.1025^10.75: 80-94 Ib. fall shorn lambs S9<g9.50: yearlings within approximately s*me price spread: choice slaughter ewes 124 Ibv down S6.10. highest since May; other ewes closing .iround Sjfr/6 mostly, wilh some downward to S4.5D and tinder e^rly in week. 'S'o representative sales.) "* NEW YORK. '.-I 1 '—Most bonds pursued a steady gait as trading tapered at the week-end Saturday. A ra'ly in United States treasury issues lost momentum and some went into reverse for small losses. The 2- J 4S of 1951 dropped 4-32nds at one time. Buyers continued lo nibble at second grade rails and power shares on Ihc wholo wcrr inclined to improve their position. Small gains were recorded for American and Foreign Power 5s. Chicago and North Western 4 '.is. Detroit Edison 4Vis. Great Northern 4s. Illinois Central 4 : Us. North American 5s and Southern Pacific 4 : ,js, Studcbakcr (is were up more than 2 points at one time. Foreign bonds bobbed about unevenly on small ripples of buying and selling. Bond men still had cars turned toward Washington for definite word on the federal reserve's intentions toward reserve requirements lor member banks of the system. There was a widespread feeling in investment circles that action on rc- serv requirements, which has been expected early this year, would give the next cue to underlying money conditions and the (rend of interest rates. MASON CITY—For Saturday No. 3 yellow shelled corn . .51.05 No. 4 yellow shelled corn . .SI.03 Ear corn 98c White oats, No. 3 49Vic BarJey 60-90c Soybeans, No. 2 yellow ... $1.50 SATURDAY GRAIN CI.OSK. CHICAGO. Hich Dead Animals OF ALL KINDS RIMOVED Mason City Rendering Co. W« f»y Mi«n« Call* Pton« 1MJ INVESTMENT TRl'STS By Thr A-sonalrd I'rcs. Bid am! asked Salurda Corp Tr Sh Corp Tr Sll AA Mod . . Corp Tr Sh Acctim Ser Corp Tr .Vccum Scr Mod Dividend Sh Maryland Fund Nationwide Sec Nationwide Sec Vtc Nor Amer Tr Sh No.' Amer Tr Sh 1955 ., Quarterly Inc Sh Selected Am Sii. Inc .. Super Corp Am Tr A U S F.l L i P A U S El L & P B U ? El L i P Vtc 3.12 3,8(1 3. on 3.80 2.04 10.47 4.ill 2.11! 2.90 :,.7S 18.79 15,f)7 4.30 21..".75 ?..."(>' 1.29 2.19 11.46 5.01 2.32 20.79 17.41 2I.B74 3, BO 1.37 WHEAT— May July Sept. - CORN— May new ,, , May old July new ... July old .... Sept. OATS— May .Inly Scot SOYBEANS— May . July RYE— May July Scot BARLEY— May LARD— Jan Mar May July Sept. BELLIES— Jan May Julv 1.12 1..-.91.53'. 1.1.40 13.52 13.75 Low 1.31', 1.14=1. 1.11 1.10'U 1.08 1.03'i j.02 1.59 1.5B=i. l.tl.1 1 , i .on .91" 13.37 i3.r,o 13.80 14.02 Close 1.32=, Curtiss Wright Deere Deere pf DuPont dc Gen Elec Gen Foods Gen Mot Gillette Goodyear Hudson Mot III Cent Int Harv- Int Nick Can I T i; T Johns Manv 32 23', a ;->2 28 78'.; 27''n IMF., 3I-, 15 T « iai'\ 4 4ti'< Ili's 68' 4 44U 70% Kresge Lib O F Gl Mavlag McK & Rob Mid Cont Pet Mont Ward Nat Biscuit Nat Cash R Nat Dr-try Pr Nat Distill Nat Pow & Lt 14 BEEF TOPS AT DECKER FIGHT Iowa Select Wins Three as Beeves Get Best Score in Keg Contests. Baby Beef, winning three games by default, shot the highest total, 2,503 pins, in jthe Decker bowling league Thursday night, and shared honors with Iowa Select, also a three game winner. Moren's 573 series and 222 single were marks. Players— Kaufman .... Dosen, Newman Morcn Wolske Handicap .. TOTAL PINS the best individual | BABY BKKl' 1st 2nd ;;rtl Total I-JI JHii 'sou IH4 15(i J Vi ,134 4 ::•.! ".3 477 HI Players — Lofinf Gable ..... Kanutc ... Somers ... Groh ..... Schmidt .. Groh ..... Handicap T-hiyrrs IOWA SELECT 1st 2nd 3rd Total 12.-. 147 .'All 111 41C Moss Doc Hadd.v Handicap .. TOTAL PINS 327', 23't* 44V, 30 '« 5S'- 11 li 261, 102 43 l*H 311'. N ISO lil 111" 64 13' N Y Cent Nor Pac Oliver Farm Packard Mot Pa ram Pix Penney Penn R R Phillips Pet Radio Rey Tob B Sears Roeb Shell Union Soc Vacuum Sou Pac Stand Brands S O Calif S O Ind S O N J Stewart Warn Studebakcr Swiit Tex Corp Tex Cuir Sul Timk Roll B Un Carbide Un Pac Unit Air Unit Corp Unit Drug U S Ind Alco 3!) U S Rubber 51'A U S Steel R4='i Warner Pix ll'la West Un Tel 73 West El A: M 154'i 12 !» 56 'A 46 47-U 69 J9=!« 2GU 52 40 li 72 1!)4= J 4 131 301 i 1C 14=; Woolworth CHICAGO STOCKS. (Saturday Final Quotations) Cities Service 5',«jNorthwest Ban Heilmann Bre IMilQuaker Oats Katz Drug 15'.;!Rath Pack Kellogg Switch 'P4;Swift Libby McNeil 13 lUtil «r Ind Midwest Corp 15 [Zenith Nat Standard 30 ! 61=! 15-' 4 124% 32 26'i I' . 36 Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO.. Mason City Office in Baeley-Beck Bide. Telephone No. 7. Pla.v-rs— Solbcrj ... Grccii Doc RoniPy Baker .... Bushmen* Hnndicnp Players— / Thojrerson ... Madscii Wiillmo Sward ....... Dnc Thomas ..... Handicap TOTAL TINS STOCKS MAKE GENERAL GAIN U. S. Steel Shows Way in Advance of Fractions to 2 Points. NEW YORK, . (fP)— With U. S. Steel pointing the way, selective advances of fractions to 2 points were spread over Saturday's stock market. A wide assortment of new post- depression highs were registered in the active two hour proceedings that kept the ticker tape racing at frequent intervals. Selling to lighten commitments for the week-end was in evidence, however, and many issues were unable to make progress. Transfers were around 1,500,000 shares. Chrysler Pushes Ahead. j TOTAL PINS While Chrysler pushed ahead with other favorites, General Motors failed to get out in front. The out-turn jf new cars by the latter will be greatly restricted pending conclusion of the strike conference which starts next week. Bonds, on the whole, marked time. Commodities were mixed. Among-prominent share gainers, aside from the major steel' stock, were Bethlehem, Crucible. Republic, J. I. Case, International Harvester, Minneapolis-Moline, North American. Electric Power and Light, El Paso Natural Gas, .MIDLAND 1st 2nd 114 I.V> Mil l.'id IOWANA 1st 118 133 TnUI •Illli :!S7 •I7ii :ird Tula! IL'II Slid lie ::-,- CHAPTER 51 A sleep and a bath at the Abbey restored Selden, and when he came down to find that Sylvia had been successful and that the maids had rather shamefacedly returned, and were busy putting things in order, he smiled with satisfaction. They gathered in the study which had witnessed such grim scenes, and waited lor the arrival of Hutchins from Grinfold with James. The twins were being made much of in the servants' hall, when Hutchins arrived, with his prisoner. He was short in Ms manner, and vas not too pleased at the instruction he had received from Selden that handcuffs were not necessary, and that Hutchins might bring James alone. He was further ruffled when Selden shook James' hand and bade him be seated a the table, round which they had drawn up their chairs. There was an atmosphere of eager expectancy, and all eyes were fastened I The butler lifted his gaze from the table and stared at Selden, who laughed softly. "No James — not the alibi that accounts for one's absence from the scene of the crime, but the fact that you had been with Sir Henry for a long period of years, covering the time when this mysterious fortune appears on the scene, which I think any man of average intelligence would know must have some connection with the crime. Now, James was deep in Sir Henry's confidence, wrote even sign- found that all his letters snd ed his name. I IS-,' SI ir: in.". H.'r 84 KOR.V KIST 1st 3nil 2011 Hill ,'!rd Tolal !-' 168 113 Ij'i on Selden, who carried in his hand a budget of papers. "Now. James.'" he said briskly, "are you going to tell us the whole story?" "Nn, sir.'' the butler answered sullenly with a wooden face. "It would be much better and simpler," the detective said coax| ingly. "I have been arrested for murder,'' James said, "and you made no effort to release me. K you know anything, you had better speak" There was -an unconscious dignity about the 'man, and they felt that nothing could move him. Hutchins moved restlessly. "I'd better take him back to Grinfold. I always felt that this was a mistake. "Wait, Hutchins. I had hoped to have James' story first, but, as he won't speak, I must tell you what I have done in this case, and then perhaps he will have no hesita- DOW JONES AVERAGES Inds. Rail' Close 185.17 55.98 Tolal Sale.-: 1." CHICAGO STOCKS Butler Bros 14 Marsh Fields Cord Corp ";'< NEW YORK CURB fills. 10.000 1.11 1.08U Am G & El 47 Am Cyana B 34'4 Am S Pow Co 2"k Ark N Gas A 10='« Asoc C & El A 4'.x Can Ind Alk 7', Dist Cor Sc<ig 27 Eislcr Elcc :!=U El Bd & Sh F Mo of Eng Hi Walk Co Lockheed Niag H Pow Nil-Be-Pond Pcnnroad Cp 5 Cn Gas Co 12 7 i Un L & P Co lom Util P & Li CO 4=!< American and Foreign Power, Seaboard Oil, Westinghouse. General Electric, Goocryera-, Goodrich, U. S. Rubber, Union Pacific, Southern Pacific, Delaware and Hudson, Loew's, Pullman, Newport Industries, U. S. Leather and American Hide and Leather, In Narrow Area. In a narrow area were Packard. Studebaker. Electric Auto- Lite, United Aircraft, American Telephone. Consolidated Edison, Standard Oil of New Jersey, American Can, duPont, Johns-Manville, New York Central, Paramount, Montgomery Ward and Sears Roebuck. Lower most of the time were Kennecott, Texas corporation, and Douglas Aircraft. Auck Newman Groh . . . Handicap Pliiycrs—. Meany .... Sykcs U&ndicitp "OTAL PINS TALL CORN' l.'t 2nd 11(1 12:; ItK 1118 I'M nil Ill I«C! I ."HI |:I3 ECO.VOMV 1*4 IS.". Sil K'J ::nd Jot Mli MX 12!) 3r.-l 14;* flili 111:1 i:;i; r«i 11!) Jl:i 357 JHX 451 .!;'.!> •in 207 tion. "I want to make two matters Hides and Furs Quutalionn Furnished by Won Eros., Inc.. 3(Wl Firth Street SoutbivRsL HOKSEHIOES Horsehides .. 53,50 •GREEN BEEF BIDES Up to 25 ibs 11 c 25 to 45 Ibs. . . - 8I/2C More than 60 Ibs. 6'Ac Bull tildes 7 c •Cured hides half cent more a pound. (On above prices a cent higher to wholesale dealers in wholesale lots. I FURS Ex. Lge. Lge. Med. Small S9.50 1.20 Mink Muskrat Weasel (white and brownl . Red Fox (heavy) Raccoon (heavy ordinary I ... Cwel Cat Skunk (average $14.00 S12.50 $11.00 1.75 1755 1.45 .50 S.50 7.30 -40 .30 5.00 5.50 ..10 prime i Silently 1.75 1.50 1.40 1.10 and laree lots. higher prices for wholesale clear to you all," Selden began. "You have at present nothing but my bare word that the murderers of Sir Henry Severing, and the would-be assassins of the children, are the persons I claim them to be." Hutchins nodded. He alone of ag- 4E NEW YORK STOCKS 13.40 13.45 13.72 13 95 14.15 1 fi.95 17.27 MINNEAf JLIS GRAIN'. (Saturday Market] MINNEAPOLIS. "<!Pi— Wheat 65 cars, "oc lower; No. 1 heavy dark northern spring CO Ibs. Sl.Mfi/1.65; No. 1 dark northern 50 Jbs. Sl.55fvl.64; 58 Ibs. SL.VIfe 1.G5; fancy No. 1 hard Montana 14 pet- con! protein S1.46"). 1.48; grade of No. 1 dark hard or No. 1 hard Montana winter S1.40S1.42: No. 1 hard amber durum $1.54 (id.68; No. 1 red durum SI.33. _ Corn No. 3 yellow Sl-lGGJl.lS: unchanged. Oats No. 3 white 52 3 ,4'/i:54 ; SiC. Alas Juncau 14Tn Allegheny 4'.-i Am & For P 12 Am C Sue Co .'![)'< Am C & F Cci 62',. Am Pow A: LI 4=":, Am R'g Mils 35',« Am R & S Co 26 Amcr Tob Co 93 U Armour & Co 8 : -n As Dry Goods 20 3 i All Ref . 32 U Baldwin Loco 10 Briggs Ml Co 27 :> « Bendix 28 Budd Mfg Co .14 Byers AM Co ::9 Caterpillar Tr 04 Ccr de Pas "1U Chcs & Ohio 68 C G W pfd 15 CMSP & P pfd ;i ; U Coca Cola C 12IVU Com Solvents lfi : '« Cont Motor ,1U Cr of Wheat 37 j Curt-Wr Co A 21',; Dist Cor Seag 27 Doug Airc 74''-!) Eastman 17.1 El Auto Lite •!!=« El P & Li 25', Eric R R Co Jfr'i F'ne Ti & Ru .?4 : :.i Fost-Wheelcr Ml; Freeport Tex 30 V, Gen Ar Trans 77 Gliddcn Co 47'.'.. Gold Dust 13=>,4 Graham Paige 3=l.'i Gt Nor pld 44'/« KANSAS CITY CHAIN. (Saliirday Market) KANSAS CITY, .,11—Wheat 54 e;n's. unchanged to 2 dower; No. 2 dark hard nominally Sl.36fj-.lA2: No. 3 nominally S1.32?i).37 : i: No. 2 hard nominally Sl.SJSc 1.42: No. 3 nominally S1.32«»1.37'i; No. 2 red nominally Sl.37ijl.39; No. 3 nominally S1.35'.i *il.3". Corn. 13 cars, unchanged to Vyc lower: No. 2 white nominally $1.23'ii®l.lV&; No. 3. 51.21'/i: No. 2 yellow nominally S1.19Vjl!tl.20>i: No. 3. Sl.lS^gJ.lS'.i: No. 2 mixed nominally Sl.JS'iT-1.19; No. 3 nominally Sl.17ffil.18. Oats, 1 car. unchanged 1o '^c lower: Hudson Mot 20',, Hupp Motors 2',^ Iriclust Kayon .'JO'a Lambert Co 20 Lorillard 23',« Mack Truck 48U Mathics Alk :aj^ Minn. Mol 1m 15'.H M K & T 7'« Mo Pac :l 3 j Motor Prod ?.ii'-]K No Amer 34 Vn No Amer Avl 15% Otis Steel Co Iflya Owen 111 Gl 155 Packard Mot 11 li Park Ufa Cop 5 Plymouth :5'/« Proc & Gam 65','2 P S of N J 52", Pullman G!) :I 4 Pure Oil Cn 21 : /< Punt" Bak'y 22»'i R K O 8-r» Rein Hand I!., Tn Rco Motors SH Simmons Co 4!1 So Cal Edison 32V, Spcrry Corp 22-H St C, & E I3'.'t Ti Wa As Oil 21 U S Ind Alcli :is'.i U S Smelter <Ji Util P & L A W t Vanaditim 32-ili Un G & Imp IC'i Public Utility and Industrial Stocks Quoted by A. M. SCHANKE & CO. Telephone 1300, Mason City Bid and asked Saturday: Cent St El 6 pet pfd l$25 par) 10 12 Cent St El 7 pet pfd '$25 parl 11 13 Cent St P & L 7 pet pfd ... ln'a 20'.;, Ctuimpliu Rcf la 7 pet pfd .. inn Creamery Package coin .... 24 25 Hearst Cons A 2:H» 24Vi Geo A Hormel A pfd 104 107 Geo A Hormel com 2ll-> 23 Interstate Power fi pet pfd .. 18 20 Interstate Power 7 pet pfd .. 20 22 Iowa Electric Co 6¥j p«t pfd H2 34 Iowa Electric Co 7 pet pftl .. 5:1 55 la El Lt & Pow 6 pet pfd 70 72 la El Lt & Pow 6'.i pet pfd la El Lt & Pow 7 pet pfd la Power & Light 6 pet prd Kit la Power & Usht 7 pet pfd 102 Warren Eros Western Uni Yellow Trk Y'gs S & T No. 2 white nominally nominally 58([j.59',ic; No. 3 MINNEAPOLIS FLOUR (Saturday Market) MINNEAPOLIS, i^i—Flour carload lots, per barrel in 98 Ib. cotton sacks. Fc-mily patents unchanged S7.65fi.7.85. Standard patents unchanged $7.45''s7.65. Shipment's 23.292. Pure bran J$34if//35.50. Standard middlings 535(5,35.50. A. Tennessee woman, 80, years old. has never seen an automobile. Which may be the reason she is 80 years old.—Florence (Ala.) Herald, Curb Market NEW YORK. iVPj—The main trend of stocks was upward in more active dealings on the curb exchange Saturday. Utilities pushed ahead for further gains, with Electric Bond and Share, United Gas, Niagara Hudson and American Light and Traction up fractionally to about a point. Mining shares rallied to show fresh strength. Newmont, Sunshine and Pioneer Gold sold moderately higher. In a thin market Aluminum, Ltd.. dropped 5 points but most industrials followed the tHtliUcs upward. COMBINED HOG RECEIPTS. DES MOINES, I/PI— U. S. department of agriculture— Combined hog receipts at 22 conccnlra- lion yards and 9 packing plaiUs located in interior Iowa and southern Minnesota for the T4 hour, period ended at 8 a. m. Saturday were 16,500 compared with 31.000 a week ago and 27,000 a year ago. Steady to lOc lower, mostly 5c off; trade undertone fairly active; week-end loading indicated much lighter than 68,800 week ago. Quotations foUow—Good and choice: Light lights 140 to ICO Ibs. ST.80(p8.80: light weights 1GO ta 180 Ibs. $8.35lS'O.BO- 180 to 200 Ibs. S9.50ft9.90; medium weights 200 to 220 Ibs. $9.75010,15: 220 to 250 Ibs. SO^SirflO.lS: heavy weights 250 io 290 Ibs. S9.75S10.15; 290 to 350 Ibs. S9.60ftlO.15: pigs 100 to HO Ihs.. none. Good: Packing sows 275 to 350 Ibs. $9.25f? 9.70: 350 to 425 Ibs. $9.15nt9.S5: 425 to .150 Ibs. S9H9.30. .—The above quotations arc based on bulk transactions. Long haul shipments showing excessive weight shrinkage and hogs excessively filled usually sell respectively somewhat above and below prices quoted.%Hogs bought on the basis of shipping point weights are also excluded from quotations. OMAHA GRAIN. (Saturday Market) OMAHA, W—Wheat No. 2 dark hard S1.38'A; No. 4, «.35%; No. 5, $U7@1.34',4; 0. 1 hard $1.41'A®1.42'/B. Corn^No. 3 yellow Sl.ie%a1.18: No. 4. $1.17: No. 5, si.17®1.17'-:,. Oats. No. 3 white 56'^c. la Public Scrv 6 cct pfd la Public Serv fi',j pet pfd ,. la Public Serv 7 pet pfd .... la South Util G pet pfd la South Util 6!,b pet pfd .... la Souih Util 7 pet pfd Minnesota P & L 6 pet pfd .. Minnesota P & L 7 pet pfd Northern St Power ? set Pl« Northern St Power 7 pet pfd N W Bel! Tel 6" 2 pet pfd ... X W St Portland Cem com .. Rath Paik-na G pet, pfd Rath Packing 7 pet pfd Rath Packing com Sioux City G St El 7 pet pfd United Lt & Rys 6 pet pfd United Lt & Rys 6.36 pet pfd United Lt & Rys 7 pet pfd . Western Grocer pfd Western Grocer com 99 1011 JD1 14 7.1 78 94 100 St 39 105 25 100 100 31 3 ,. 93 37 l PSl- 94', •37 15 74 73 103 101 Iu2 103 7(i 77 S6 102 96 10' 100',2 called called , 35 101 : 30 li ! SO , !)5l-b 'is CHICAGO POTATOES. tSalurdaj- Market) CHICAGO, I/PP—U. S. department of agriculture— Potatoes, 70. on track 234. total U. S. shipments 557; firm, slightly stronger undertone, supplies moderate, demand moderate; sacked per cwt. Idaho Russet Burbanks U. S. No. 1. $3@3,3d; Washington Russet Burbanks U. S. No. 1, S3.S5; combination grade S3.10(5'3.i5; Colorado Red McClures U. S. No. I. W3.25: Russet Burbanks U. S. No. 1. fair quality S2.90; Wisconsin Bound Whites, U../S. No. 1, S2.20®2.25; fine quality large $2.40: U. S. commercial S2®2.15: Michigan Russet Hurals U. S. No. 1. S2.12y = ig2.35, mostly around S2.30, New stock, steady, better feeling prevailing supplies light, demand moderate; streets sales. Florida bushel crate Bliss Triumphs U. S. No. 1. 52.15i'« 1 2.25; partly graded $2: U. S. No, 2. S1.85 a crate. , WOOL MARKET (Saturday Rev.'cw) BOSTON, UP i—U. S. dcpartmcn riL-ulture— A steady though limited outlet was received for the restricted supply of domestic woo] this week. Prices were very lirm to higher, but there was a great deal of resistance to the current prices of domestic wool. Spot offerings of some kinds of foreign wool w-*re more numerous than in recent weeks. The bulk of the sales of domestic wool was of tlie origin?.! bag fine territory ;inc5. Ohio fleeces were stronger on sales of 45'ir4Gc in the crease foi fine delaine, 47(fj'19c for staple combing '* blood, and 51<(,.53c for combing ; !a and 'A blnod. Produce MASON CITY— For Saturday Casb Quotations ay E. G. Morse 18c 13c . . 9c ...... 13c lOc 7c 6c Eggs, current receipts Heavy hens, 5 Ibs. and over Under 5 Ibs ............... . Springs, 5 Ibs. and over Spring.'-., under 5 Ibs Leghorn springs ............ Cocks .................. Ai! No. 2 poultry 4 cents less Merchants Quotations Eggs., in trade .......... 19-20c* Eggs, cash .............. 18-19c* Butter, Iowa State Brand ____ 41c 39c 39c 41c 39c 72c Butter, Qjrn Country Butter, Kenyon's Butter, Very Best Butter, Brookfield Potatoes, russets, peck Potatoes, cobblers, peck ...... 52c 'EDITOR'S NOTE— These representative quotations were obtained by calling several grocery stores. CHICAGO PRODUCE iSaturdjy Mirkel) CHICAGO, (&>— Poultry, live. 6 cars, steady: hens 4'i Ibs. up 18c, less than Ibs. 18'/ac; Leghorn hens 13c: springs, colored IGc, While Rock l?c, Plymouth Rock 18c; colored and White Rock broilers 20c. Plymouth Rock 21c; Leghorn kri ew what accusation Selden had made against -Rucks and the woman who hpd called herself Mrs. Thornton, James had been kept in entire ignorance of the events of the night before. "The second point is one ihat I know has rankled in your minds, all of you. If I knew anything, why did I not confide the information to you, and save you grave anxiety and a good deal of puzzlement? There again I hope to reassure you, but I can tell you right away that the absolute proof only came into my hands yesterday.'' The little party were very silent now. and their eyes were fixed intently on the young detective. "I am afraid I shall have to tell this in my own way, but you will not find it boring, I can assure you. "When I arrived here, brought ruinmarily from Scotland Yard by Colonel Graham, I had an absolutely open mind, and kn_w nothing beyond what he imparted to me on the journey. "You all know the actual facts, so that there is no need to go through them again. I carefully recorded everything in my diary, which I have here. Here are my conclusions, the end of the first day's investigations. "The murder had been very carefully planned some time before. There was no qeustion of burglary or of a sudden attack by a stranger, for the murderer not only knew the house perfectly well, but all about the crypt, and what perhaps was the strangest thing of all, the fact that in that particular coffin there was only an urn, and no body. That was vitally important. It ruled out any" chance visitor to the Abbey, and in a small village like Evendell strangers in the neighborhood would be soon noticed, far quicker than in London or a large town. There was one stranger, however, who had been noticed. I mean Jack Reid, and I made a note of that fact. But Reid had unconsciously ruled himself out." He smiled across at Jack as lie spoke. "He had liimeslf suggested that the bloodhounds should be employed. Now what murderer in his senses would take all these very elaborate precautions to conceal the body, and then immediately suggest the means of discovery? "the Colone! I could not rule out, but his immediate use of bloodhounds, his high-handed attitude, and his coming straight to Scotland Yard caused me to have doubts. Later, when I learnt of his terror of attack, which had existed for a long time, remember, I came to the conclusion, logically enough, that both he and Sir Henry were afraid of someone, and that the fear must lie in the past. If that were so, then two facts emerged— that there was some discreditable out. Sir Henry had given written authority for him to do so to the family lawyer. Colonel Graham would, not barricade his house against James, who had free access at all times, and Sir Henry would hardly have kept a man of whom he was in deadly peril as his confidant and friend. Nor would James be inclined to risk his neck when he knew that Sir Henry was leaving everything to him: in fact made out the will himself." James gave a gasp of astonishment, and he licked his dry lips. Selden continued: "Yes, Mr. Livingstone told me that the same writing had always been used in all the letters he had received, and he had concluded that Sir Henry had paralysis or some impediment which prevented him from writing, and which he wished unknown, :i But James played an important part in this business. On the night of the murder he was rung up by Sir Henry on his private wire, and came to see him in this very room. What took place I don't know, but James placed the candelstick in Lady Severinge's bedroom for some reason." He cast an inquiring look nt the butler, who remained silent. "All right, then; perhaps he will tell us later. But James stood to benefit by the will, and in fact inherited an enormous sum, and yet stayed on here as butler, and was trying to do everything he could for Lady Severinge and the children. And don't forget, James was nol in any fear of personal violence. "There could be only one explanation to my mind, however bizarre that appeared— that the money did not belong either to Sir Henry or James." The silence in the room was oppressive — the people round the table hardly dared to breathe. Sylvia was sitting close to Jack Reid, and he had grasped her hand in his, for she was trembling as much with expectation as with the narrative that brought the past up so vividly. "Such, then, was my position," Selden went on without emotion, after calmly lighting his pipe from the fire with a spill. "The investigations must lie in the past. Someone in the house must have been an accessory, if not the murderer, for how else could he have access to the place at night?" "There might have been a secret way in," Hutchins said. Selden laughed. "There was, but the murderer never came that way. I took care of that. Now just think — Sir Henry went down thai passage, unarmed and in pajamas, to his death: he. a man who feared attack — would he go like this to keep an appointment or from idle curiosity? It came to me, and I am right — that he . had been in the habit of going down to the chapel. Mrs. Thornton let that out to us, Hutchins. Then the murderer had probably been waiting' his chance for night ,after night until it came." "But why that night particularly?" Reid asked, with a meaning that only Selden comprehended. "Ah. there we are touching on another and deeper matter, but I will come to that all in good time." (TO BE CONTINUED) chickens lie; roosters i2c, Leghorn roos- j sec ret hidden in their past lives, or ters lie; turkeys, hens We. youiis toms „,„„ , TTrall j rM l- „„-!;„,> r.^o~K^ 15c, old 13ec No. 2 t\'rkeys 13c: ducks 4'/2 Ibs, up, white and colored 15e, small white and colored 12c: northern geese He, southern 13c; capons 7 Ibs. up 30c. less titan 7 Ibs. 19c. Butter 7,703. steady; creamery, specials (93 score) 345E34',4c: extras '921 33'/bc; extra firsts iOO-91l 32=4S:33c; firsts (88691 32'ri32v2c; standards 190 centralized cartels I Kc. Egg* 7.H04. steady: extra firsts local 23c. cars 23'/;:c: fresh praded firsts local 22Vic, ci'rs 23Vic: current receipts 21 Vic. PRODUCE FUTURES. (S»tv-rd»y Market! CHICAGO, WP)—Butter futures, storage standards closed January 32l4c; February 32%c; March 21%c. Egg futures closed: Refrigerator standards January 19%c: October 25V»c; fresh graded firsts January 23'/2c; February I "Vftc. Potato futures cioscd: Idaho Russets January $3.17; March No. 1. $3.95: March grade A ?3.67 NEW YORK PRODUCE (Saturday Market) NEW YORK, (if,—Eggf 27,231, steady; mixed colors; firsts 24=H@25y«c; dirties. No. 1, 23'/«c: refrigerators, first* 22l4c; other mixed colors unchanged. Butter 6,147. about steady; prices unchanged: extra (92 scol'e) 34Vic. Cheese 392,228, steady to firm and unchanged. Live poultry norr.inal: by express. fowls. Leghorns 18c; other express and all freight prices unquoted. they would seek police protection, and that they must know from whom the attack was likely to come. I don't, mean actual names, but someone who had a very deep grudge against both men. That is clear enough?" "Very clear," Hutchins said, casting an .eye at James. "No. Hutchins," Selden said, answering the look rather than the words,- "that is where you were wrong. Let's take our friend James. At first sight he satisfied the conditions of knowing the house and its secrets, and also the past—don't forget, that But there was one obstacle that made me dismiss James very clearly from my suspects-; James had a complete-alibi." Luverne High Gets to Top of Circuit LUVERNE — Luverne high school remained the only undefeated basketball team in the Boone Valley conference as Livermore was handed its first loss here Friday. The home boys won 24 to 21. as DeRae Lichty made 12 points. The reserves lost 34 to 24. Clare Cagers Win in Academy Court Fight WHITTEMORE—St. Matthews of Clare defeated Presentation of Whittemore in two games Friday. The boys won 25 to 15 and the girls 14 to 7. fitonka Cagers Win in Pair of Tussles LEDYARD — Titonka's basketball team defeated Ledyaxd 31 to 23, Friday :nignt, while the visiting seconds also won, 17 to 7. BEAVEKS WIN. FAYETTE. (/?)— Led by Cuddy who scored 10 points, Buena Vista college defeated Upper Iowa in an Iowa conference basketball game here Friday night 29 to 27. The score was close, but Cuddy's field goals at the starl of the second period margin. i . the Beaver a winning VETERAN DIES. WASHINGTON, (JP) — Eddie Foster, famous "hit and run" third baseman of the Washington baseball team from 1912 to 1919, died Friday night of injuries suffered in an automobfte accident He was 50 years old. (

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