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THE B&KRRSFtELn CAUFQRNIAN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15,1933 13 .- Boettcher Unable to Identify Suspect Held by Authorities I United Press Stated )Vire) DKNVBR, Feb. 16.—Another promising lead proved valueless toddy as (he sixtieth hour passes glnae young Charles Boottchor II. Denver millionaire, was kidnaped for ransom. \ Bocttcher's \vlfc, who witnessed the abduction and talked with one of the kidnapers, failed to Identify a man Whom police susplcloned. The man was N. W. Mitchell, 37, of Denver, alleged bootlegger, who gave •Ills occupation as garugemun. He la known to Intimates as "Red," and an "Pinky." He came under suspicion Immediately after the kidnaping. A patrol' .inn n recalled, Ch4of of Police Albert T. Clack announced, that Mitchell was Kitting with two other men In » parked black sedun, such as was used by the kidnapers, near a south Den? ver restaurant where the Boettchers obtained refreshments before driving to their home Sunday night. Police were disappointed, and the Enetlcher family discouraged, as Mrs. Boettcher fulled to pick him out from four other men who were placed In the shadow box at police headquarters before her. DAVIS HAS SIX-POINT (Associated Press Leased "Wire) WASHINGTON, Feb. IB.— A sl«- polnt program Including budget balancing, war debt readjustment and tariff revision was put before the Sen- 'uto Finance Committee today by John W. Davis, Democratic presidential nominee in 1924 as a way to lift the country out of depression. The Program Follows: 1. Balancing the budget by radical and drastic economy and general taxes Including a sales taxjf no batter plan is offered. • 2. Reducing the swollen and excessive appropriations to veterans. • 3. Revising the tariff with a deliberate purpose of promoting foreign trade. 4. Readjusting the foreign debt settlements. . 6. Repealing the Eighteenth amendment. 6. Abolishing, consolidating and reducing government agencies and gov- ornmental activities. Z1NN WON'T PLAY HAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 16. (U. P.) Jimmy Klnn, veteran right-handed pitcher, will remain out of organized baseball this year rather than sign Mf contract with the San Francisco Seals at the salary offered, his friends said todny. It was understood he had been asked to take a substantial cut under the salary he drew from the Seals last year. MAJORS WIN TITLE LONG BEACH, Keb. 15. (U. P.)— Pasadena Majors clinched their claim to tho S. P. A.. A. U. basketball title last night when they overwhelmed the Long Beach Hancock Oilers 70 to 39. Carl Knowles. Pasadena forward, starred with 23 points. The Majors leave Sunday for a barnstorming tour which will wind up at Kansas City, where they will try for the National A. A. U. championship in March. REICHOW'S THREAT LOS ANGELES. Feb. 1C. fA. P.)— I'nless work on the grandstand which civic organizations at San Bernardino I/romlsed to build, Is started today, the Los Angeles Baseball Club will not train there, Oscar Relchow, business manager of the Angels, said today. A ball park with a grandstand was promised the Los Angeles club If it vould make San Bernardino its spring training site, Relchow said. ' C. K. PARK DIES C. K. Park, native of Korea and for the last 20 years a resident of Taft, where he was employed as a janitor, died late Tuesday. He will be burled In Evergreen cemetery, Los Angeles, at 1 p. m. Friday under the direction of Hopson mortuary. THEATER BOMBED SEATTLE, Feb. 16. (A. P.)— An explosion partially wreaked the Winter Garden theater here early today In what police said apparently was a bombing by labor racketeers. No one .was Injured. SHEPHERD CHOSEN DENVER, Feb. IB, (U. P.)— Election of William C. Shepherd, as president of the Post Printing & Publishing Company, and his selection aa editor and publisher of the Denver Post was announced today. •*SEEKS RADIO PERMIT WASHINGTON. Feb. IB. (A. P.)— i The city of Santa Barbara Vpplled to the federal radio commission today for a construction permit for a new municipal broadcasting station for police use. II Duce Denies Italy, Germany, Hungary Allied (United Press Leased Wire) ROME, Feb. 16—Premier Benlto Mussolini flatly denied reports of a secret alliance between Italy, i Germany and Hungary today, , The prentler aaid it would not be worth while denying the reporta If they had not been brought up before the foreign affaire committee af the French Chamber of . Deputies. ' Legal Notices NOTICE OF LIEN SALE Notice is hereby given to E. P. Albright, Bishop, California, legal owner, and H. Fuglt, Big Pine, Inyo county, registered owner of Nash automobile, •ngine NO. A-10B9, license No. 6 C ,t 4308, year 1932. That there are charges due me for storage, and I clulm Hen on aald automobile for said charge* together with coat* of adver- tlBjng and If same are not paid before the time of sale as set forth In this v notice aald car win be sold to satisfy such lien and further charges. Sale to .bo held at my garage'at Wulkeru Pans, neur Onyx. Kern County, Fob injury 35. 193$, at 2 o'clock p. in. VICTOR J. HUGO, ' Onyx, Kern County, fob. .14 to 24, Inc. DENVER KIDNAP VICTIM AfJEf WIFE Kidnaped from the garage of his home Sunday night, Charles Boettoher, wealthy Denver broker (upper left), was still missing today. His wife, Anna Lou Boettcher (upper right) hat partially Identified one of the assailants. Lower photo shows Boettoher home, the scene of the kidnaping. i STEVENS, SONS ACCUSED The financial dynasty of 80-year-old James W. Stevens ha's fallen Into criminal courts with the indictment of Stevens and his two sons on charges of • $4,000,000 frsud. Stevens la shown here at the right as he was arraigned with his sons, Raymond W., left, and Ernest J., center. The Stevens' founders of the Illinois Life Insurance Company, now In receivership, are aaid to have poured $13,000,000 of Ita funds Into the LaSalle and Stevens hotels, also In receivership. The Steven* hotel, "world'* largest," is one of Chicago's Michigan boulevard show places. THEY FIGURE IN THE WANDERWELL TRIAL FIGHI TRAGEDY PROBE ("Continued From Page Eleven) ons. Me wag preparing a bill for 1m- ledlate introduction In the Leglsln- ure. -A bill was Introduced yesterday sklng a legislative Investigation of he administration of boxing and Wrestling. Camera wan absolved by authorities ! "criminal Intent," In the death of chaaf. He was asked to hold himself vallabte for further questioning ending a formal report of the med- cal examiner. The exoneration was Iven under the eye of movlo cam- ras. Chief Medical Examiner Charles W. Morris x clung to his opinion that iohaaf did not die from effects of the low administered by Camera, but rom an qld Injury or a weakness In lie oerebreal formation. Opposing Physicians He was opposed by two physicians who • attended Schaaf at Polycllnlo tospltal, where he died .three days fter the knockout, and by his own , .sslstant, Doctor Benjamin N. Vanoo, who felt that death had been duo to erebreal compression directly traceable to tho blow. Sohnaf's brain will le subjected to a detailed chemical ixamlnatlon which may establsh tho iause of death beyond dispute. Doctor Norrls said his examination if Schaaf's body Indicated he was not n best physical condition when ho entered the ring. There was evl- lenoe of "superfluity of subcutaneous at," ho said. Doctor William Walker, brother of Former Mayor James J. Walker, tho Kixlng commission's physician who examined both tho fighters, said Schaaf's heart and lungs appeared )erfect just before tho fight. Sohaaf lad recovered from. an attack of Influenza three weeks before. .',«*» Let Currency Alone, Balance Budget, Ask H«re are some of the persons whose testimony !i being studied by • Jury at Long Beach as.it seeks to unravel the mysterious killing of Captain Walter Wanderwtll, (hot on hi* yacht, Carma, shortly before It was due to start a world cruise. Above, William (Curly) Quy, charged with, the murder) Cuthbert Wills, Carma .chief engineer, and prosecution witness, with plan of the vessel) Jganlta tie Larm, 14, daughter of Edward de Larm, avl«. tor, and Quy's alibi-witness, who: Is to testify. Below, Edward Burtlnskl, to testify as to <i Quy-Wanderweli quarrel; Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Dunlnp, defense witnesses. LOWER TREND TO BRIGHT SPOTS | IN BUSINESS] (Associated Press Leasca WASHINGTON, .Feb. 15.—Balancing the budget and no tampering with tho currency wero urged before the Senate finance committee today by Myron Taylor, ohalriri"hn of tho board of the United States Steel Corporation. Taylor appeared before tho .committee In its hunt for a way to restore prosperity, adding his voice to thoso of others who have Insisted tho government live within Its Income. Jackson Reynolds, president of the First -National Bank of Now York City, likewise advocated holding federal costs to revenues to help recovery. ' 4 »» Services Are Held for Stewart Child Funeral services wore conducted this afternoon at Doughly-Calhoun- O'Meara funeral home for Betty Leo Stewart, 2-year-old daughter of Mr. md Mrs. Robert C. Stewart, 2429 H street. The Reverend John Murdoch officiated, and Mrs. Pearl Smith was Losses, Ho-vVever, Small and Trading Slow, With Utilities Weak (Associated Press Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. IB.—The stock market Inclined to turn, lower today, though losses were small and trading slow. The utilities- showed oo- cowlonal weakness with Pacific Oas common selling at the year's lowest price, under 28, and down «i. This stock has been considered by some veteran observers as somewhat above tho general market, due. to having restated recent declines. On the stock exchange Western Plpo and Steel lost % on omission of the dividend, Standard receded % on going ex-dividend that amount, Pacific Telephone common and preferred both lost Vt, Pacific Lighting 8s yielded ft and North American Investment slipped IVi, losing a third of Its last market value. 'Wells Fargo Bank lost 2. Southern Pacific made the best gain, going up H, while Pacific Lighting 6s and California Packing made small fractional gains. Industrials and finance stocks were steady Including Transamorlca, which recovered to 6 after an early dip. On the curb Anglo National Corporation, Oahu Sugar and West Coast Life were unchanged, though the last was offered at $1.15 after the last sale at $1.60. This followed omission of tho dividend. American Telephone canceled an early gain and showed a small net loss around noon. Taylor Milling, unsold for a year, was down $5.05 to a new minimum of $3.60. (United Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK.—Business failures last week dropped to 626," against 660 In the preceding week and 702 In tho cor- respandlng week of 1932, according to R. Q. Dun & Company. YOUNQSTOWN, Ohio.—Steel operations In this district were stepped «p 1 per cent to 21 per cent of capacity. ATM STABILITY DETROIT. — January witnessed' a halt In the steady decline In passenger oar sales that has been In progress since 10,29, according to R, it. Polk & Company. NEW YORK.—American Airways, Incorporated, carried 90 per cent more air express In January, 1933, than In tho corresponding month of 1932, according to Lester D. Seymour, president. CINCINNATI.—Kroger Grocery & Baking Company and subsidiaries reported for 1932 a net profit, of $2,740, 867, against $2,731,128 In 1931. : « . » GRAIN! VISIBLE SUPPLY NEJW YORK, Feb. 15. (A. P.)—The visible supply of American grain shows the following changes In bushels: wheat decreased J,686,000; corn decreased 427,000; oats decreased 4000; rye decreased 18,000; bnrley decreased 89,000. S. F. Stocks (Attociatcd Press Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, Fob. 15.— Stock— Bid • Asked Alaska Juneau 12% 13 Atlas Imp. Diesel 1% 3 California Packing 9>,i 9V4 Caterpillar Tractor 6% 6V4 Cons. Chemical "A" 14 U% Crown Preff. "A" 8H 8% Crown Preff. "B" V& 8% Fireman's Fund Ins 42U 48 Uoldcn State 3% 4 Leslie California Salt 18 13J4 L. A. O. & E. .pfd 96% 97U Marchant com H _% P. G. & E. com 27% P. G. & E. 5V4% l*t pfd... 22 Pacific Lighting com 35 1 / Pao. Light. $0 dlv. pfd 92' Pac. T. & T. coin '4 '/t 22 «, 7DV4 soloist, otery. Interment was In Union cem- •*LAWYER, AGED B8. DIES -SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. IB. (U. P.) John T. Nourse, 88, siiid to have been tho oldest living graduate of tho University of Pennsylvania, died In Letterman Hospital last night. Ho Htud- led law at the university after flgrht- Ing In the Civil War, and practiced his profession In Pennsylvania. West Virginia and California. TWO PAPERS SUSPENDED BERLIN. Fob. ID. (A. P.)— The government today suspended the Socialist newspaper, Vorwuerls, imd tho Democratic Aclu Uhr Ahenclblatt a week for criticizing the police report of political clashes at Elslcben Sunday. . . S. J. Lt. & Pw. 7% pr. pfd. 83 S. J. L. & P. 6% pr. pf. A .... Shell Union com ........... 4% Southern Pacific ........... 16 S. P. G. G. "A" ............ BVs Standard Oil of Calif ...... 23\» Tidewater com ............. 3U Tidewater pfd .............. 42 Western Pipe com ......... 6% Citrus Market TREASURY REPORT WASHINGTON, Fob. 10. (A. P.)— Treasury receipts for February 13 were $4,721,103.69; expenditures, $16,984,744.52; balance, $342,009,408.57. Customs receipts for the 13 days of the month wero $7,849,209.71. 1 L. A. Stocks I f (/tilted Pre«« Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Feb. 15.— Industrials Stock— Bid Byron Jackson '.... Claude Neon Electric .... Douglas Aircraft Emsco Derrick com Globe, G. & M. com Goodyear T. & R. pfd.... Taylor Milling Van do Kamp 5 Western Plpo 6 Banks Citizens Nat. Hank 33 Sec. First Nat. Bunk 40% Miscellaneous L. A. Investment Co 1H Pacific Finance Co l',4 Pacific Mutual Life.. Transumorlcu AVestern Air Express, fc 41 Public Utilities •ft 13 (Associated Press Leased Wire) LOS A NO ISLES, Feb. 15.—Reports from eastern and middle western auction centers today gave the following price range per box: Oranges Grade Above Choice Choice New York $2.40r(3!3.45 $2.IO®2.70 Huston 2.35IQI2.05 Chicago ......... 2.76lH>3.25 Philadelphia 2.45Q>3.£6 2.30 2.8013)2,65 2.35 GIRL SLAIN; SUCIDE, CLAIM SAN DIKUO, Feb. 15. (A. P.)—Ml- nurva E. Anderson, 19. was found shot to death early today In a hotel room here. Police Hald they believed tho attractive blonde girl had taken her own life but they had found no motive for suicide. STEAGALL-BILL APPROVED WASHINGTON, Feb. 15. (U. P.)— The Steagall bill, providing a temporary moratorium for farmers having loans from federal land banks, was favorably reported today by the j House banking and currency committee.' Plttsburg 2.7002.85 2.40@2.55 .Cleveland 2.25((|'2.!)5 St. Louis 2.75@2.85 . 2.55@2.70 •Baltimore 2.90 ! Cincinnati 2.85 .... ... 2.70®3.10 2.40®2.05 Lemons Graded Above Choice Choice New York $3.10(fj>4.45 $2.65(8)3.45 — • — «» of: 3!i>o®4.'oo 3.10 3.40 .... 2.85 2.25 .... 2.70 .... 4.00 .... 3.05 .... 98 28 V4 25V. 3GV! 85 24 U 27V 24$ 21'/ L. A. O. & E. pfd 90M! P. G. & E. com 28 P. G. & E. 1st pfd 24% Pacific Lighting com 35V/ S. J. L. & P. 6% pfd So. Calif. Edison com 24 So. Calif. Edison 7% pfd.. 27>d So. Calif. Edison (1% -ifd.i 24 Bo. Calif. Edison S'<.% pfd 21% So. Calif. Gas 0% 'pfd 24 Southern Pacific 16V Oils Barnsdall 3% Bolmi C'blca 1% Pacific AVestern 3?; Republic Petroleum I'« Ulehfleld Oil Ji Richfield Oil pfd 'i Standard Oil of California. 23>i 23' Intervals of Strength Seen in Stocks, Bonds and Commodities LATE BULLETIN NEW YORK, Feb. 1B. (A. P.)— Financial markets generally brightened a little today although scattered selling developed In stocks, after a firm Inclination In early dealings. The close was irregular. Transfers approximated 860,000 shares, or a little more than half yesterday's turnover. (A undated Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK, Feb. 15. — Renewed lability appeared In tho financial mrkets today, after yesterday's sct- acks. Stocks, bonds and In the commodt- les, wheat, actually showed Intervals' f firmness. Progress in securities as meager, however, and the stock market turned rather spotty after midday, with tobaccos and utilities ncounterlng somo» selling. Reports f progress In dealing with the Mlchl- on banking situation were encourag- ng, and steel trade reviews -were Istlnctly optimistic. There waa a endoncy in Wall Street to reserve eclslon on the national transporta- ion committee report. Ordering of American Telephone's egular dividend had been expected, and that stock lost an early fractional gain. In the utilities, Publlo Service if New Jersey and Consolidated Gas ost about 1H points. Similar de- llnes^appeared In American Tobacco 'B" and Liggett and Myors "B." Moor stocks stiffened after yesterday's letback. Tho sugar stocks were again 'Irm. Gold mining issues turned quiet. New York Close (United Press Leased Wire) N"EW YORK, Feb. 16.— Railroad* Atchlson ............ •••••••*••••• 41]^ Baltimore & Ohio ................. 10% Chesapeake & Ohio.. .......... ... 27$g Drle .............................. BU Illinois Central ................... 13 'i Missouri Pacific.. ............... 234 .Now York Central ............... 17% Northern Pacific ................. I4*i Pennsylvania ... .............. ... ID'S Southern Pacific .................. 10 Union Pacific ..................... 72V Great Northern pfd ............... 9 Industrials American Can .................... BB^g American Tel. & Tel ............. Uorden Union Oil of California... 10 10U 4.nO®4.85 Chicago 4.60i§<5.00 Philadelphia Cleveland ... St. Louis .... Baltimore .. Cincinnati .. Detroit 3.70 4.40(8,4.00 .385 2.60 .... GOVERNMENT BONDS NEW YORK, Feb. 15. (A. P.'J- -Llb- - — *-»-*WILLYS IN RECEIVERSHIP TOLEDO, Ohio, Feb. 16. (A. P.)— The Willys Overland Company was placed in receivership this afternoon. J. N. Willys, founder of the company, anil L. A. Miller, Its president, Were appointed receivers by Judge George P. Hahn. CHICAGO FIGHT CHICAGO, Feb. 15. (A. I'.) — The 10- round bout between Barney Ross, young Chk'Hgo lightweight, and Tommy Grogan of Omaha, Neb., will I erty bonds closed today: ! Liberty IHis, 32-47, 103.1. Liberty 1st 4H(*, 32-47, 102.24. Liberty 4lh 4V t », 33-38, 103.6. Liberty 4th 4'is, reg., 33-38, 103.9. Treasury 4Us, 47-52, 110.0. Treasury 4s, 44-04, 100.4. Treasury 3«in. 45-50, 104.10. Treasury ,T»4s, 40-43, June, 102.19. Treasury 3-%s, 43-47, 102.3. Treasury 3»4s, reg., 43-47, 102. Treasury 3%s, 41-43, March, 102.6. Treasury 3'iis, 40-49, 99.20. Treasury 3s, 51-06, 97.24. LOS ANGELES PRODUCE MARKET LOU ANGELES. Feb. 15. (U. P.)— Fruits and vegetables moved in about be fought at the Washington boule- i the same volume on today's produce r^^^^^s^ \ ;Hte f^uWMor scheduled. Avocado, local, loose Fuertes, 18® 20c per pound; some wind-scarred, 15 <8>17c. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO, Fob. IB. (A. P.)—HogH— Receipts 25,000; Blow, uneven, mostly lOr lower, underweights dull, lBfl'20c lower; packing sows firm. Good to choice ISO to 220-pound, $3.60^3.70; top, $3.7B sparingly; 230 to 200-pound, $3.60®3.60; 260 to 290-pound, $3.50® 8.60; 140 to 170-pound, $3.25^3.60; nod parking sows, $2.95ifi>3.10; smooth ghts, $3.15. Cattle—Receipts 9000; little done on ft Bte'era"°ind V °yeIfrlTngB""aHkVnB. < HteHdV: imperial valley iettuco.^d'ry pa bidding lower; desirable light and long 41.00^1.10, few best $115®1.25, yearlings steady, heifers weak to 26u lower, largely $4<?/ti: weighty steers, $-l.lB(fi!4.BO; cows about steady; bulls scarce, firm; practical ' top, $3.15; Valentine beans, $3,00. Best Brussels sprouts, central coast district, 8®10e per pound; poorer 4'0'tlc. Loc.-il Ciinncmball cabbage, 40®60o per flolU era to. few best UOc. Local cauliflower, 40®60e per field crate, best UO®H5c, poor 25®30c. Cula valley celery 65®75c, few at 80c. Imperial valley grapefruit $1,10® 1.25 on unwrapped market pack, 04- lUOs; fancy packed Coachella valley H4K, $3.00(U>3.25; 80s, $2.20®2.00. ' • ------ ----- l)ac it 4Si nary tiualUy, 70i|00u; 5-dozens, 80©'JOc on nest, poorer at UU®70e. Onion:', local and l.akevlew. Spanish, GOIft!5c per hundredweight; few Cotton. Futures (Associated Press Leased Wire) NEW YORK. Feb. IB.—Cotton wa quiet today With traders awaiting fur ther development off farm relief leg Islatlon In Washington. The marke was sensitive to small orders elthe way. An early advance to 7 to 1 points on trade buying and ooverin was followed by reactions, but price steadied later with the mld-afternooi market and was quiet at 6.08 for May or about 2 to 6 points net higher on active months. Futures closed steady 4-tic higher March, 5.95; May, 0.08W6.09: July, 0.20 October, G.306B.40; December, 6.52® 0.53; January, 6.67; spot, quiet; mid dllng, (i.OO. NEW ORLEANS COTTON NEW ORLEANS, Fol>. 15. (A. P.)— Spot cotton closed steady 4 points up sales, 1031; middling. 5.93. COTTONSEED OIL' DALLAS, Fob. 15. (U. P.)—Crud cottonseed oil, Los Angeles Hay 21 Cities Service ..................... 2% .'olunibla Gas ..................... 12?* Jonaolidated Gas ................. 48U Corn Products. ................... 62», Curtlss-Wrlght .................. 1% Famous Players .................. \ Fox Films "A" ................... 1 Ja General Electric .................. Wfo General Foods ................ .'... 23% Gold Dust .................. ....... 14 Goodyear Tire and Rubber ...... 1 1 T» International Harvester .......... lf?-t International Tel. & Tel ......... 6U Montgomery Ward ............... 11 v* North American .................. 23 Pacific Gas Electric..- ............ 28 Radio Corporation ................ 4 ' ' Safeway Stores. 31 Soars-Roebuck .................... 16-% U. S. Hubber ..................... 3T» Union Carbide & Carbon ......... 23»» United Aircraft ................... 22 Warner Brothers ................. IVs Western Union ................... 21 Westlnghouse Electric ............ 25»i Woolworth ....................... 307t J. C. Penney ..................... 24?» Transamcrlua ' .................... 4 7 * First National Stores ............ 47T» Jolins-Manvllle American Metals Smelting ............... 12Ji ............... Anaconda ........................ 6J« Bethlehem Steel .................. 133* Inspiration Copper ............... 2% International Nickel .............. 7% Kennecott Copper ................ 8U U. S. Steel ....................... 26% Vanadium Stool .................. 11 Vi Republic Steel ......... ' ........... 6% Tobacco and Sugar American Sugar .................. 26% American Tobacco "A" ........... 51 % * American Tobacco "B" 62 veale'rs- in liberal supply, 00crfj>$l.00 1 large 75c lower, mostly $5.50*j'd.OO on strictly Peas, firm, bust San Diego county, 12 choice offerings will, prospective bulk '<'<<' I'?''J""''^^'"^.''! 1 ", >' "i.. 0 $4.00(f?5.50. , ni|icrliil vullvy, bumpers, weight native lambs, $.Yfii)ijjfi.7ri to j puckers: 101-pound grading medium to good, $5. FOREIGN EXCHANGE NEW YUlUv. Feb. 15. (U. 1 J .)—Foreign exchange steady. Unglutld 8.42 15-16; off .00-18. Canada .84%; up .00 : !ii. Frunce .0391 Mi: up .OOUOV Italy ;0011>,i. Belgium .1392; up .0001. (lermany, .2377; Up .OOOHg. • CZBchoslovakla .02(1(1 Mi. Switzerland, .1928; up .0002. Holland .4013%; up .0005>,;... Spain .0820%. Sweden .1820; off .0003. Japan .HOSli; off .0018." . 2«,2M ! c per pound. P"'a- $1.2.',. locx, unchanged; IlrltlHh Queens, O',jc per pound, f.'ilr quality Iniperlnl valley summer $;).uiK[| 11.75 per l-baskel erute; San Diego county Italian Hiiuush. $3.25@3.50 ' per IUR, fair quality J2.00<jj2.70. ! Local Jersey sweet potatoes. 40@50c per lug; Nancy Halls at liO®75o, best Sjc, and ordinary, tUtoOOc; San Joaquln Jertieys, 50®50c per lug and 90c(jj$1.00 (Associated l'resn Leased Wire) LOS ANGELES, Feb. 10.—Hay pe ton f. o. b. Los Angeles: Choice barley, $12.50@13.60. Choice oat, $13.60© 14.50, Alfalfa delivered Hynes or El MontH U. S. No. 1. $12.00®I3.00. U. S. No. 2, leafy. $11.50®12.00. U. B. No. 2, $10.50® 11.50. CHICAGO GRAIN CHICAGO, Feb. 15. (A. P.)—Influ ent-ed largely by strength of stook and by lack of selling pressure, whea advanced to a substantial extent to day and held much of flip gams. Later, Increased selling, ascribeu to government .sponsored agencies, brought about reactions from (be day's top pi-lues for wheat. Exporters were represented as buying wheat futures at Winnipeg. Wheat closed unsettled, Vjc to 3.ic above yesterday's finish, corn a shade to Uc up, oats '.fee to ^ic advanced and provisions unchanged to 5c off. CHICAGO, Feb. 15. (A. P.)—Wheat, no sales. Corn, No, 2 yellow (old), 25V], ! i ijf20V6';; No. 2 white, 24^. Oats, No. 2 I wlilte, IJ'.ifilSc. Ryo, no sales. Bar- Icy, 25y3lic. SAN FRANCISCO LIVESTOCK j SOUTH HAN KItANi'IKc'U. Feb. 15. (A. I'.)—-llngN,-•Rccoiiils Ki.'iO; fairly I iictlvo.on Hinnll Mipply, liutchiii'H about] Mi-;idy; I'lu-uounii Callfornias $-1.20,1 uacklng sows weak to !!Ge lower, 300! pounds $2.70. i Cattle—Receipts luo, moderately active, killing classes about steady; good 950-1000-pound fed Utah steers $4.BO® 4.90; medium to low good !UO-9tiO- R. J. Reynolds "B" 28H Oils Mexican Seaboard Oil 17Vi Phillips Pete 5?» Richfield Oil H Shell Union 4H Sinclair Consolidated Oil 5Ti Standard of California 23*}. Standard of New Jersey 25?& Standard of New York 7 Texas Company 12H Tidewater Association (new) 3% Motors Auburn Auto 40 Chrysler Corp'n 11H General Motors 12H Hudson Motors 4 Packard Motors 2U Studebaker Corp'n 3<V Timken Roller Bearing 15»» Equipments American Car Foundry 7H Baldwin Locomotive 5% General Tank.., 17% Stewart Warner 3H per no-pound crate. Mexican tomatoes, fancy, offering*, stripped per lug, Circles ut , 7fu8c; Imperial valley 4-basket crates of 9-top tomatoes, $2. 50(^2. 78; 12M mostly $2.50 and Itis, $2.00, few $2.20; local and San Diego county hothouse, l.S<j}'20c per pound on large and 15ig>16c on smaller. • NEW COFFEE MARKET YORK, Feb. 15. (U. P.)— Coffee: Rio 7s on spot, 8Uo; Santos 4s, 9V6<8>9»io. BAR SILVER NEW VOUK, Feb. 15. (A. P.)—Bar stlvor steady, nnchungod at 25%c. go pound California^ and Iciahob $4.30(0' 4.ti5; common 1021 pounds $3.50; me- I cllum cows $2.f>0; bulls $2.50<jJ>3.00. ': Sheep—Receipts SOU; active, lambs ( fully nteaily; good 80-pound wooled; Utah lambs jii.OO straight; medium and low good wooled Jduhos $5.05 straight. LOS ANGELES LIVESTOCK LOS ANGELES, Feb. 10. (A. P.)— Hogs—Receipts 50, holdovers 89, fully steady, locals and Coloradus $4.0U@> 4.25. Cattle — Receipts 400, steady to strong, good steers and yearlings $4.25 (a'S.UO; light heifers $4.00; cows, plain, bulk, $8.26 down. um, Calvo Sheep ... Receipts 25; quolobb' steady. Receipts nono; good L. A. BUTTER, EGGS, POULTRY LOS ANGELES, Feb. 15. (U. P.)— Butter Prime, 18c. Prime firsts, 17c. Standards, 16c. Firsts, 15c. Eggs Large—Clean extras, I6c; light dirty extras, 15^c; clean standards, luo; light dirty standards, 15e; checks, 13c. Medium—Clean extra*, 14V4c; light dirty extras, 14c; clean standards, 14c; light dirty standards, 14c; checks, 13c. Small—Clean, 14c; light dirty, 14c. Poultry and Rabbits Hens, Leghorns, 2'4 to 3U Ibs. Ho. Hens, Leghorns, 3M Ibs. up, lie. Hens, Leghorns, 4 Ibs. and up. Ho. HeilK, colored, 3!i to 4 Ibs., 13c. Hens, colored, 4 Ilia, and up, 15c. Broilers, 1 to Hi Ibs., 13c. Broilers, He to 2Vi Ibs., 15c. Fryers, Leghorns, 2!i to 3 Ibf,., Me. Fryers, colored, 2U to 3W Ibs.,' 17c. R'lHStorM. sofl hone, "% Ib*. lip. I7c. Stags, Klo. Old roostorw, lOc. Undoings, Pokln, I lli.-i. mid UP, lie. Other I ha n I'oklu, -I Ibs. and up, lOo. Old riin-ks, 10,-. lipr.'o. 12c. Young torn turkeys. 13 |b». up, luC. Young loins, drefFcd. 12 Ibs. up, i6c. Hen turkeys. 9 Ibs. and up, I3c. Hen turkeys, drvsnetl, S Ibs. up, I6c, Old loin lurkoys, 12c; dressed, 15c. .Squnhs, under II Ibs. per dozen, IBc. Squabs, 11 Ibs. per dozen up. 20c. Cajions, live, under 7 Iba., 18c. Capuut. live, 7 Ibs. and up, 20i-. Cajions, dressed, under 0 Ibs., 23c. Cajions, dressed, U Ibs. and up, 23c. Habhits, No. 1 white, 3 to 4 Ibs., 9o. Hal.hit.M, No. 2 white, 3 to 4 Ib*.. 60. No. 1, mixed colors, 3 to 4 Iba., 6c. No. 2, inlxod colors, 3 to 4 Ibs.. So. Rabbits. No. 1 old, 5c. METALS MARKET NEW YORK, Feb. 15. <A. P.)—Copper quiet; electrolytic spot, 6c; future. 5V&C. Tin barely steady; spot and nearby, $23.50: futiira, $23.05. qulot, unchanged. Loud dull; Iron spot Now York, $3; Kasi SI, Louis, $2.87. clioicn iambs quoted $5.25(Q>6.00. to ! JCInc stcaily; East St. Louis spot and i future, $2.62. Antimony, IS.7S.

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