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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. JULY 1 1935 MANLEY HEADS LIQUOR BOARD Commission Elects Acting Chief Chairman for Coming Year. DES MOINES. July 1. UP -- The state liquor control commission today selected Bernard E. Manley (D) Mason City, as chairman for the coming year. He has been acting as chairman since the resignation of Harold M. Cooper of MarsheJltown last March. Manley was asked: "Were there any other candidates?" , ., "Other candidates!" he said. "There were no candidates at all.' His selection was made at a commission meeting attended by himself Dick R. Lane (R) Davenport and Andrew Stewart (D) Rockwell City. _ __ FOURllEDTO STATE BOARDS Eight Other Reappointments Announced by Governor Clyde Herring. DES MOINES, July 1. Clyde Herring today appointed four new members of state hoards and reappointed eight members, among them W. J. Casey of Knoxville, selected to serve two more years on the state printing board. The governor named Cecil LI. Loon of Marshalltown, to the board of podiatry examiners for three years to succeed Alter A. Gouldrin of Cedar Rapids. D. H. Redfield of Shenandoab was named to the board of pharmacy examiners for three years, succeeding John H. Weber of Cascade. Myrtle McAhren of Cedar Rapids replaced Marianne Zichy of Marshalltown for a five year term on the board of nurses examiners. L. H. Keightley of Sioux City was named to a three year term on the board of accountancy examiners to succeed I. B. McGladrey of Cedar Rapids. Reappointments included: Board of barber examiners, L. W. Skinner, Council Bluffs, three years: board of medical examiners, Aldis A. Johnson, Council Bluffs, three years; board of engineering examiners, J. S. Dodds, Ames, and Claire H. Currie, Webster City, four year terms; board of architectural examiners, Arthur Eberling, Davenport, and William L. Perkins, Chariton, four year terms; hoard of optometry examiners, V. V. Kirby, Des Moines, three years. SLOfMAWE CHARGES MADE Statewide Protection Graft Disclosed in Letters, Says Marshall. CEDAR RAPIDS, July 1. UP)-The Cedar Rapida Gazette, in an article by Verne Marshall, editor, says letters purporting to disclose a statewide protection setup for slot machine operators in Iowa have been introduced in evidence before the "graft" grand jury in Sioux City. The letters, the Gazette says, were found when business records and correspondence of Frank Brisbois of Fonda, Iowa, were seized. Brisbois testified before the grand jury last Friday. Brisbois was brought to Sioux City on a subpena for the Woodbury county grand jury before he appeared on Friday. Several of the letters, purportedly signed by Max Langer of Dubucjue, described 1933 meetings in Des Moines of the slot machine men or committees representing them, the Gazette says. The newspaper says the letters stated the "state head," the attorney for the slot operators and · "the writer" were at these meetings. The "state head" was mentioned several times, the newspapers says, and there was reference to the "legal headquarters" and its desire that all contributors to the protection fund send in lists of the locations of their machines, so the machines would not be molested. Brisbois the paper says, denied paying protection to anyone and said he "barely knew" Mac Langer. Saturday afternoon an airplane was sent to Dubuque with a sub- pena for Langer from the Woodbury county grand jury and a search warrant for his premises, the paper says, but Langer, it was learned, had "flown" to a cottage across the river from Dubuque and in Wisconsin. Aspiring' to a big: job isn't smart if it isn't the right job for you. There is more dignity in being a first- class brick mason than in being a fourth-rate violinist. -- Davenport Times. REAL ESTATE LOANS A liberal supply of Life Insurance Company and private money available for Farm Loans and cboice Mason City Residence Loans. Prompt service. Small expense. Low interest. Hugh H. Shepard 501-508 L O. F. Building ·"Jlpne 284 Mason City, Iowa Movie Chance MASON CITY, July 1.-Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse Eggs, current receipts 20c Springs, 1935 13c Leghorn springs 10c Heavy hens, 4 l a Ibs. and over. ,12c Light hens 9= Merchants Quotations. Eggs, cash 18-20C* Eggs, in trade 20-22c* Butter, Plymouth 29c Butter, Clear Lake 27c Butter, Very Best 29c Butter, State Brand 27c Butter, Brookfield 26c Potatoes, Russets, peck 45c New Potatoes 40c ·EDITOR'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obtained by calling several downtown grocery stores. Alertness of Miss Bdythe Moreley, preSty 31 year old five-and-ten salesgirl o£ Sal* Lake City, Utah, in crocking the serial number on a Weyerhaeuser ransom hill that recently led to arrest of Harmon W. Waley and his wife, has brought Miss Moreley a voice Vest and possible movie career, at $150 a week. This opportunity came as a result of newsreel pictures taken in connection with the kidnaping arrests. National Net Title Goes to Texan in Chicago Test CHICAGO, July 1. (/P--The national intercollegiate singles tennis title, California property for the past two years, went to Texas today in possession of Wilbur Hess of Rice Institute. Hess, seeded first and the favorite from the start, completed his conquest yesterday at the expense of Leonard Patterson, tall, game voungster from California Tech., on the clay courts at Northwestern university, 6-1, V-9, 6-3, 6-3. Home Made Bike Race Ends as Technical High Is Top MILWAUKEE, July 1. (.«--De- layed several times by rain that turned the open air home made track into a slippery saucer, Milwaukee's first amateur six day bicycle race ended at midnight. The boys' technical high school team, Willie Griebenow and Boe Hegerty, won by two laps, traveling 952 miles, six laps and collecting 110 sprint points. There was no late night riding. Ten teams, all high school youths, started the grind last Monday night. Emmetsburg Boys to Go in Ring for First Scrap EMMETSBURG, July 1.--Two Emmetsburg ring favorites, Jolting Joe Goeders and Verne Trickel, will meet for the first time as the feature bout of a 32-round fight card at Electric park, near Ruthven, July 4, with the battle scheduled for 8 rounds. A double semiwindup includes Wild Bill Gerdes, Dickens, vs. Barney Hassel, Graettinger fat boy and Swede Allen, Graettinger, vs. Dick Girres, Mallard, in two six round bouts. HOG MARKET MOSTLY STEADY TO 10 LOWER Produce NEW YORK PRODUCE. NEW YORK, July 1. (.PJ--EcgS 20.562, firm; mixed colors: gfedal packs or selections Irom fresn receipts leiift-'SS-Mc; standards and commercial sltindarcJs 25v.ic; firsts 24'Vi £P25c: mediums -10 IbR. 24c; dirties No. 1, 42 Ibs. 2-tc; average cliecks 22nc; storage packed firsts unquoted. Butter 12,509, weaker; creamery higher tban extra 24(if'24 ; )ic; extra (92 score) 22% ®?ic; firsts {88-91 scores) 22(tr)23 1 /ic: seconds (84-87 scores) 21 ^ gf %c; centralized (90 score) 23c. Cheese 96,519, quiet; state, whole milk flats, fresh, fancy I5%$16c; held 1933 special 23c; 1931 fancy to specials l8'/3@19c. CHICAGO PRODUCE. CHICAGO, July 1, {.I 1 .--Poultry, live, 1 car, 42 trucks, unsettled; hens 5 Ibg. and less 15c, more than S Ibs. l(ic; Leghorn hens 12 \--c- Rock fryers 17®lSc, colored IGc; Rock springs 20^-2tc. colored ISc: Rock broilers 17ftlSc, colored J6c, barcbacks 14(5! 16c; Leghorn chickens 2 Ihs. up 15Hc, less than 2 Ibs. 13Vic; roosters i;i*ic; hen turkeys 15c, toms 13c, Nn, 2, lie; old ducks 4 % Ibs. up lO^c, small lOc; younp white ducks 4% Ibs. loc, small 12c; old geese lOc, youns I4c. Butter. 17,020. °asy; creamery specials (93 scores) 23V- ®24c; extras (92) 23c; extra firsts 90-91 2'2^Ti-^c; firsts (88-89) 21% 5f22c; seconds (S6-S") 20'cc; standards (90 centrallZ3d carlots) 23'.ic. Eggs, lfl,797, steady; extra firsts cars 23-l ic, local 23Uc: fresh graded firsts cars 23'Ac, local 23c; current receipts 22'^c; storage packed firsts 24 Vic, extras 2'l',4c. "EU' YORK POULTRY. NEW YORK, July 1. I.T)--Live poultry steady; by freight: Chickens unquoted; broilers I2rfi 22c; fowls 14^'lSc; roosters 14c; turkeys lO^lTc; ducks lO^lSc. LEAGUE LEADERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NATIONAL XEAGIIE Batting--Vartgfcn, Pirates, .394. Buns--Martin and Mcriwlck, Cardinals, 54. Runs Batted In--J. Collins, Cardinals, 69. Hits--Medwick, Cardinals, 101. Doubles--Medwidt. Cardinals, 22. Triples--Suhr, Pirates, 8. Homenins--.!. Collins. Cardinals. 17. Stolen Bases--Martin, Cardinals, 8. Pitching--Pnrrnclee, Giants, 8-1, AMERICAN LEAGUE Battlns;--Johnson, Athletics. .364. Runs--Gehrinser, Tifiers, 56. Runs Batted In--Greenbnrs;, Tigers, 89. Hits--Gehringer, TiRprs, 96. Doubles--Greenberp, Tigers, 22. Triples--Stone, Senators. 11. Homeruns--Greenberp, Tipers, 23. Stolen Bases--Aimada. Red Sox, 13. Pitching--Tamulls. Tanks, 7-1. DEALINGS DULL AS WEEK OPENS (Using Temperatures Cause Stock to Drink Heavily and Lower Pirces. CHICAGO, July 1. £)-- Rising :emperatures were factors in today's livestock trade as all grades tended to drink heavily, and buyers \vere not favorable to water-fills. As a consequence trade was slowed down. The swine market was irregular with weights below 230 pounds about steady with Friday's figures. jut with other weights tending 10 cents down. Hogs weighing 200 to 230 pounds brought ?9.555?65 gen- rally and topped at ?9.75, the same Deak as Friday. The major packers received 7,000 out of today's receipts of 16,000, making them independent of the open market. In the cattle runs early sales were limited to shippers and speculative buying. Bidding in rank and iile of steers and she stock was 15 to 25 cents lower, and a few sales were made on that basis but the large amount of water consumed by stock tended to soften the incline, making dressed beef costs practically as high as last week-end. High dressing beeves were scarce. One prime lot was held at $12.75, while the best steers and yearlings sold were at strong prices with a top of $12.00. Cows were likewise scarce and steady. Bulls were slow and steady. Vealers slipped 25 cents off at $8.00 down. A very few sold at $8.50. Today's cattle receipts were 11.000. Fat larnbs and yearlings were selling slowly and around steady to 15 cents lower. Sheep were steady. Today's receipts were 13,000. Harry Anderson Rites toBeHeldatGoodell GARNER, July 1.--Funeral services for Harry Anderson, 21, who died in the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Anderson, with whom he made his home, were held in the United Brethren church at Goodell Sunday afternoon. His death was caused from heart trouble. Surviving are his father, Verdie Anderson of Goodell, sister. Mary Anderson and Clifford Anderson and his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Anderson. Interment will be in the cemetery near Goodell. Plan Rogers Funeral at Cedar Rapids on ... Wednesday Morning CEDAR RAPIDS. July 1. (!P-Funeral services will be held here at 11 a. m., Wednesday for T. P. Rogers, prominent insurance executive and art collector, who died early Sunday of a heart attack. Mr. Rogers from 1904 to 1931 was general agent here for the Bankers Life Insurance company and he had served aa president of the Life Underwriters of both Iowa and Cedar Rapids. He had traveled the world over gathering rare works of art. He was born in Boone where he lived until 1904. Surviving are his widow and three daughters. Advance boasting is ruinous. It makes you feel so good that you have nothing more to gain by acting.--Wisconsin State Journal. MIDWEST HOGS Hog prices at midwest markets Monday: WATERLOO--Hogs steady. Good to choice 140 to 160 Ibs. 57.40S8.70; 180 to 250 Ibs. S855S8.95: 250 to 350 Ibs. S8.05®8.75; packinc sows 275 to 550 Ib«. S7.10B\7.80. CEDAR RAPIDS--Hogs unchanged. OTTUMU'A--All hogs grades unchanged;, quotations. 140 to 150 Ibs. $7.608)7.80; 150 to 160 Ibs. $7.90Sl8.20; 160 to 170 Ibs. S8.20 WS 50; ISO to 20'J ibs. S8.50SP8.SO; 200 to -0 Ibs SS.605f8.90: 220 to 250 Ibs. 58.SOW 8 8*)' 250 lo 250 Ibs. 58.351f8.65; 290 to 350 Ibs 'sS.15*8.40; 350 lo 400 Ibs. J7.80W8.10; packers 275 to 350 Ibs. S7.505U7.30: 350 to 426 Ibs. 57-35^7.65; 425 to 450 Ibs. 57.153 ' DES MOINES--5-10c lower; 140 to 170 Ibs S7.75'i'S.65; 170 to 290 Ibs. $8.35C(i S-95: 290 ibs. up 57.WSS.20; good packers S6.90 *VsT!N--Hogs: market steady; good to choice JSO to 200 Ibs. SS.55si8.S5; 200 to "',0 Ibs. 5S.63i58.95: 250 to 290 Ibs. SS.55'r SS5 290 to 350 lb.«. 5S.40BS.70; packing sows, good, all weights ?7.255i7.SO. COMBINED HOG RECEIPTS. DES MOINES. July 1. li-Pv-U. S. depart, ment of agriculture-Combined hog receipt* at 22 concentration yards and 9 packing plants located In Interior Iowa and southern Minnesota for the 48 hour period ended at 8 a. m. today were 25.100 compared with 26,500 a week ao and 41.800 year ago. Prices mostly steady with Saturday, spots 5c to lOc lower, undertone of trading "low; loading slow. Light lights 140 to 160 Ibs. good and choice S7.60es.50; light weights 160 to 180 Ibs. SS 25{PS-90- 180 to 200 Ibs. JS.SS'ffS.lO: medium weights 200 to 220 Ibs. $8.65jf9.15; 220 to 250 Ibs. S8.60[?9.10; heavy weights 250 to 290 Ibs. 58.40-ii 8.95: 290 to 350 Ibs. $8.10ffl 8.7.1; pigs 100 to to 140; packing sows 275 to 350 Ibp. good 57.50i7.95: 350 to 425 Ibs. S7.35S7.80: 425 to 550 Ibs. S7.15'(?7.60. Mason City Livestock Swimming Is Hazardous Sport When Carelessly Attempted by Anyone Not nearly all children have tie opportunity to learn under proper guidance to swim in water that is not contaminated with filth. Children who go to well-conducted summer camps do learn to swim with a high degree of safety. Many junior and senior high school youth learn to swim in the school pool, and the various Y's, clubs, and public recreation centers make available like opportunity for many children. For their safety, all children should, of course, acquire this skill early. Many a child loses his life in the "old swimming bole" of the country places. Fatalities are not infrequent at picnics. Children over eight or ten and adolescents, with little or no swimming skill, will, under the spell of the crowd, take dangerous risks. Sometimes a life is thus lost while the parent helplessly looks on. Often the child will disregard the parent's warning "to go no farther." At such times an awful price is paid for disobedience, and this disobedi ence goes back to early childhood when the victim might have learned to accept NO even in adolescence. A safe rule for a novice in water is to wade out no deeper than up to his arm pits. Until he can swim fairly well his life is seriously imperiled in deeper water. Furthermore, safety demands that he know tie nature of the bottom of the swimming place. Lives Lost by Disease. Perhaps more lives are lost by contracting diseases from contaminated water than from drowning. The consequences are much slower, less dramatic, and are not always discerned as having originated in the water. The average person swimming gets a. good deal of water in the mouth and nose--two leading avenues for receiving infections in i the body. Besides, skin infections ' and ear infections occasionally result from swimming in polluted water. Not all such dangerous water is limited to beaches and streams near big cities. Some of the swimming Soles in rural areas, especially during drouths, are very hazardous to health. Questions and answers sent in care of this paper always are welcome. You can feel assured that your name and address will not be published without your permission. In case you fear that my reply to a very personal problem might fail into the hands of some person who should not see it, address your enclosed stamped envelope to some one you can trust. Dye Named Head of State Institution For Feebleminded DES MOINES. July 1. (JB--The state board of control today named Dr. H. B. Dye to succeed Dr. George B. Mogridge as superintendent of the state institution for feebleminded children at Glenwood. Dr. Dye has served as assistant superintendent. Dr. Mogridge. 79, has been superintendent of the institution 30 years. He will remain in an advisory capacity. The board also appointed Robert Miller. College Springs, former assistant state law librarian, as its secretary. He succeeds Frank Scholes, Council Bluffs, who held the post eight years. The board also named J. T. O'Niel of Clinton, state agent in charge of supervision of boys paroled from the BIdora reformatory. O'Neil succeeds R. A. Quinn. MASON CITY, July 1-HOGS Steady. Good liRht lights ...... 140-160 57.60-7.So Good lights 160-180 SS.30-8.55 Good lights 180-200 SS.55-8.S5 Good light butchers .... 200-220 SS.65-8.95 Good liRht butchers 220-250 SS.65-8,05 [ood med. wt. butchers 250-290 S8.45-8.75 Good heavy butchers .. 290-350 58.20-8.50 Good prime hy, butchers 350-400 57.95-8.25 Good packing sows 275-350 S7.50-7.80 Good heavy sows 350-425 S7.35-7.65 Good biR heavy sows .. 425-550 S7.20-7.50 Good big heavy sows 550 and up S6.95-7.25 (The above Js a 10:30 truck hog market for cood and choice hogs. The difference In price is for short and long haul hogs.) CATTLE Steers, choice 1200-1400 5 9.00-10.00 Steers, choice 1000-1200 S 8.50-10.00 Steers, med to good 1100-1400 S 7.50- 8.50 Steers, med. to good 900-1100 S 6.50- 7.50 Steers, common to medium ... S 5.50- 6.50 Heifers, good to choice f 7.50- 8.00 Belters, medium to good S 6-00- 8.00 Heifers, common to medium .. $ 4.50- 6.00 Cows, good to prime - S 6.25- 6.75 Cows, good to choice S 5.25- S.2I Cows, fair to good -.. 5 4.25- S.25 Cows, cutters -- S 3.25- 4.00 Cowa, canners S 2.50- 3.25 Bulls S 4-25- 5.00 Calves, good and choice 130-190 S6.50-7.00 Calves, med. to good 130-190 S6.00-6.50 Calves, infer, to com. 130-190 56.00 down Calves, infer, to com. 130-190 $6.50 down LAMBS Effective Juna 1. last year'i lambs quoted as yearlings. Lambs, good to choice .. 70-90 55.25-3.50 Lambs, medium to good 70-90 S4.50-5.25 Lambs, fair to medium .,, S3.25-4.25 Culls S 3 25 down Spring lmbs, good to ch'e 70-90 S6.50-7.00 Spring lambs, medium to good 55.50-6.50 Spring lambs, fair to med S4.50-5.50 Culls S3 50 down BucSt lambs 51 less. An truck lambe trea pound docK a lamo. Quotations subject to market fluctuatjona Hog Markets S7.25S7.75; packing sows S7.90S8. CATTLE 5.500; calves 400; strong to 50C lower- steers and yearlings $9^11.35; heifers S8.25S10: cows S4.75«r6.25; cutter grades S3.50C4.25; bulls S5S5.50; vealcrs 57.50. SHEEP 5.500; includes 2087 direct: loc higher- ISc lower, top SS.25; lambs SS down. LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO. July 1. i/l"--Official estimated ·ecelpts tomorrow; cattle 5.000; hogs 14.000; sheep 9.000. Representative Sales CHICAGO. July 1. l*--U. S. dcpar of agriculture--Representative sales: HOO.S. Heavy-- Light-- 2S 34S 8.35 M "S 42 310 8.75 76 IS.'i 67 261 9.0D 35 181 °g 2S3 9.25 42 166 Medium-- L 'S ht Liphts-- 70 238 8.60 2S 154 5S 226 9.B5 18 148 62 213 9.7J .17 211 9 . i " CATTIE. C..PP.B Heifers-1179 12.50 S 702 31 12.H 12.40 43 726 10S7 11.30' 15 615 1322 11.00 19 530 49 995 10.73 Cows-17 8SS 10.50 10 1162 912 9.25 4 1015 1Q 681 5.00 16 S25 2 780 SHEKF. Native Lambs-- Yearlings-- f,s 8S 8.90 68 72 13 n SO S.S5 297 8S 174 64 8.35 120 71 Hanje Lamb!-- slaughter Ewei SOO 78 8.20 4 120 7 140 11 155 4 178 15 96 9.60 9,55 9.50 9.35 9.15 9.00 10.25 9.50 5.25 4.50 5.00 S.35 4.00 3.25 6.50 6.40 5.85 3.25 3.0C 2.50 2.00 1.50 STOCKS HIGHER IN DULL TRADE Some of Oils, Steels and Specialties Are Among Chief Gainers. NEW YORK. July 1. (^--Rising prices were the rule in today's stock market although the trading volume was comparatively small. Some of the oils, steels and specialties were among the principal gainers. Many traders were on the sidelines pending the outcome of the battle in the house over the utilities holding company bill. Continental Can, General Railway Signal and Spiegel-May-Stern got up about 2 points each. Other gainers of fractions to around a point or so included Standard Oil of New Jersey, Amerada, American Telephone, Consolidated Gas, Westinghouse, Case, du Pont, Great Northern preferred, U. S. Steel, Inland Steel, Timken Roller Bearing and Chrysler. The late tone was firm. Transfers approximated 700,000 shares. Followers of the carriers were interested in the preliminary returns of class one railroads for May which disclosed a net loss, after all charges, of approximately $5,500.000 as against a deficit in April of 58,256,900. Some concern was expressed over the hesitancy of commodities during the past month. Dun's index of wholesale commodity prices today was off 1.6V per cent from its June 1 position and stood at its lowest level since December last year. Stock List NEW VOKK STOCKS. NEW YORK. July 1. UV- Final Quotation*. \ir Reduction 14'/i Inl Nick Can 27 Allegheny "« I T i T 1011, \l Che Dye 153^4 Johns Man 52 % Am can 138 Kennecott 17 Am For Pow 4 U KrcsKC 24 Am Pow Lt 3!» Knser 26!« Am Smelt Re 4114 Libbcy O F Gl 30 ',, Am Sugar 59 Llg My B 110', \ T T 125 Loews 411i .\m Tob B 91»; L-.rlllard 20vi Am Water Wks 12Vi McKcss Rob Anaconda Atchison All Rof A u b u r n Aviation Orp Baldwin Loco B O Snrn.vl.lll Bendix o'cth St Boraens Borj; Warner Burr Add Canada Dry Can Pac Case Cerro dp Pasco Ches 0 Clics Corp Chi * N W Chi Gt XV C M S P 1IHI " McK Rob pfd 3fi Mid Cont Pet 12V; Mont Ward 27"i Null 13 S Nail Biscuit 29-Vi Nut Cash Re A 17^ Natl Dairy 16 £ Nat I Distill 2G»j Nail Pow i- Lt 9 N Y Cent 17-i N Y N H H No Am No Par Oliver Farm Packard Penney Penn Phillips Pet Tn.c £ Gam Pullman R C A R K O 17 Vi 20 'K I'i ·l Vi 75 OH C M S P P pfd 1H Rem Rand Rep Sll Key Tob B Curb Market NEW YORK, July 1. i.-T'i--Curb market stocks backed and fille.-! in a narrow trading none today. \Vtth few exceptions price changes were -onfined t.-, less than % point. most of them on the upside. Small advances were shown by American Cyanamid "B," American Gas, Distillers Corporation-Seasrams. Kirara Walker, S u n shine Mining, Tcchnicclcr and Wright. Har- preaves. Pittsburgh Plate Glass gained a fuU point on .«mall demand. A few 'polaleri shaits were moderately lower, including rfcwmont Mininc. Swift International .-\nd" Louden Packing. The turnover in these shares was extremely small. Bond Market Miscellaneous CHICAGO LIVESTOCK- CHICAGO. July 1. LPj--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 16.000; including 7,000 direct; slow, weights below 230 Ibe. about steady with Friday; others around 10c lower; 200 to 230 Ibs. S9.5569.65; top S9.75; 230 to 300 Ibs. SS.85^9.60; 140 to 200 Ibs. $8.75@9.60; packing bows largely $7.SO£S.30. CATTLE 11,000; calves 2,000; better grade fed steers and yearlings strong, instances higher; liberal water fills considered; a top on weighty steers 512; long yearlings $11-50; bulk better grade Sll upward; all such kinds getting moderate action on shipper accounts; in between grades slow, but common kinds fully steady; all -leifers firm; best yearling heifers 510.23; cows scarce, steady, bulls slow, steady; vealers 25c lower at 58 down; very few 58.50. SHEE1* 13,000: fat lambs and yearlings slow, around steady to I5c lower, sheep steady; native lambs SS-350S.85; practical top S8.90; only lew to trader interests S9: Idaho rangers as yet linsold; yearlings S5.S5 @6.50; native ewes S2fii3.25. Effective July 1 spring lambs classified as lambs. POTATO .11ARKET. CHICAGO, July 1. v^P)--U, S- department of agriculture-Potatoes 99; on track 328; total U. S. shipments Saturday 512, Sunday 71; old stock slightly weaker; supplies light, demand and trading light; Wisconsin round whites U. S. No. 1 fair condition 3Q®40c; Idaho russets U. S, No. 1. si. 10; new stock, cobblers slightly stronger, triumphs about steady, supplies moderate, demand and trading slow; Bliss triumphs Arkansas U, S. No. ·!, fair condition SX.25; Oklahoma U. S. No. 1. 51-35 fffl.50; showing decay 90c@Sl.25; California long whites U. S, No. I. SI 70^1.75: Virginia cobblers U. S. No. 1, 51.40; North Carolina cobblers barrels U. S. No. 1, S2.10. NEW YORK, July l. (.P)--The bond market held to a narrow price range today, with the tone about steady. Trading was comparatively light during the lirst half of the session. A selective demand lor low priced rail ia- :es resulted in a few moderate advances. Most of the utilities ivere firm in spite of the tense feeling in electric power circles as the utility holding company bill moved into the zone of final debate in the house of representatives. U. S. governments continued about as dull as they have been in recent sessions and the few trades recorded up to midday were made at prices unchanged to a shade below Saturday* s closings. Bethlehem Steel 5s. American Telephone 5s. International Telephone 5s, North American 5s, Consolidated Gas 5^s, Standard Oil of New York 4 ! /=s. and Western Union 5s were on tha fairly long list of issues transferred at moderitaly improved prices. Values were not widely changed in any of the foreign groups. SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CITY, July I. LW--V. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 3.SOO; active, strong to 25c higher; steers SlO^ll; heifers $9.15^9-25; cows $4,50fl-6; cutter grades $3.50^4.25. HOGS 4,000; 5-10c lower; ISO to 220 IbS- 58.75-ffP; top S9.JO; sows ?8; pigs $8.25 down. .SHEEP 1,500: Including 500 direct; lambs at SS down. KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITY. July 1, «.T^--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 2,000; 360 direct; fairly active, uneven, steady to 10 cents higher than Friday's average- top S9.30 on choice 200 to 250 Ibs; desirable 190 to 230 Ibs. $9.20^9-30; few 2fiO to 325 Ibs. 58.75^9.20; better grade 140 to ISO tbp. 55-50^0.25. CATTLE 9.000; ca'vc? 2.000; beef steers, yearlings and 5he stock opening fully steady; native grain-feds in limited supply; vealers steady: stockers fairly active. Ptcady to strong: feeders slow, steady; choice fed yearling steers $10.60; several loads common grass steers early 55^6: medium 1371 Ib. western steers SS; fat cows mostly $4.50^? 5,75: choice stock steer calves 58-75: vealer top SS. SHEEP 3.500; killing classes Cenerally steady: top native lambs SS.25: most Pales SS^S-IS; Arizonas 57.2ft (effective July 1, spring Iambs classified as Iambs). SOUTH ST. I'Att, LIVESTOCK SOUTH ST. PAUL. July 1, ..??-- U. S. department, of agriculture -CATTLE 2.200: calves 1.100; steers and yearlings SS^9.60; $6^S; cows $4-50'r5,50: cutters and iow cutters S3,25f?4; bulls 54.25 J?5-2. r »; calve."! S655'7, HOGS 1.700; weak to 2Sc lower; 170 to 210 IbF, $9-^9.15; top S9.15: 240 to 2Sf Ibs. SS.sOffP: packing sows $7.50^8: pips S9 down. SHEKP 1.000: stflRdy; lambF SS; bucks $7; slaughter ewes S2'.i'3.2, r ). OMAHA LIVESTOCK. O M A H A . July 1. I.Ti--M. S. department of agriculture-HOOS 6.000; .-,0 higher lo lOc lower; ISO In 260 Ihs. S9«79.15; tip 59.20; 260 to 300 Ibs. $8.7589; 160 to ISO Ibs. 58.50^9: pigs NEW YORK SUGAR. NEW YORK, July 1. Y.-p!--Eaw sugar was unchanged in the early trading today at 3.29c for spots and 3.55c for shipments, NO sales were reported. Futures firmed on trade and commission house buying. September No. 3 advanced from 2.40c to 2.42c and March from 2.18C to 2.20c or 4 to 5 points net higher. There was a little realizing around these levels, but the offerings were promptly taken and the market at midday was holding at or within a point of tha best. Refined was unchanged at 5.23c for fine granulated r/ith resale offerings at 5 cents. MINNEAPOLIS TLOUR. MINNEAPOLIS, July 1. itpt--$\aur t5c higher; carload lots family patents 57.303?' 7.50 a barrel in 9S Ib. cotton sacks. Shipments IS.719. Pure bran ?19. Standard middlings S22fi22.. [ iO. PRODUCE FUTURES. CHICAGO. July 1. uT)--Butter futures closed: Storage standards, November 24 fresh standards, July 23c. Egg futures: Refrigerator standards, October 25-1-iC. KANSAS CITY PRODUCE, KANSAS CITY, July I. ijv--Egp* 21 i~c. Butter, creamery 24^26c; butterfat 17© 19c; packing I9c. Pouttry. hen? 9 V s ^ l 2 ^ c ; roosters 11 tec: springs is'rfie'^c: broilers 12',Ac. C R I P Chrysler Col G K Com with So Con Gas Cons Oil Conti Can Contl Oil Conti Tns Contl Motnr Corn Prnd CurtifiS Wr Deere p f d Du Pnnt Eastman j;i POW u Fox Film A Freeport Tex Gen Am Trans Elect Gen Foods Gen Motors Gillette Gnlcl Dust ·drich G'jodyear GL No pfd Hudson Motors 111 Cent ' Har 1 48% 2 ft Si* 13 U 24-H 102 147 A Sears Roe Shell Union skelly Socony vac So Pac St Brands St G * E St Oil Cal St Oil Ind St Oil N J Stew Warn Stone Warner 3% 34% 2 1 *20 33-% 40 Vi 62'i Gtudcbaker Texas Corp 11S Tex Gulf Sul 21«; Tim Roll Bear 38 Union Garb 25": Union Pac 104 36's U n i t Air 11 32% Unit Corp 3 15 tl S Gypsum 57 17 U S I n d u s Aich 12 S'i U 3 Rubber 12 IS'-'s u S Steel 33 2US Warner Pix 3 S west El Mtg M 14 \Voolworth 60 45',i rel Truck 2 Cities Service Katz OruB 3 Libby-McNeil Midwest Util Northwest Eanco CHICAGO STOCKS. CHICAGO, J u l y 1. (.--pi-Quaker Outs Rath Packing Swift Co Swift. Intl Zenith 132'£ 25 U 15% 33 U 2% MINNEAPOLIS STOCKS. MINNEAPOLIS. July 1. closed: First B^.nk Stock ' « , Northwest Bancorparation 4% WHEAT NERVOUS AT TRADE CLOSE Report of Widespread Rust in Nebraska Leads to Steep Upturns. CHICAGO, July 1. UP}--Reports that black rust in Nebraska has become the heaviest and most widespread epidemic witnessed in any winter wheat state for 15 years led to steep new jumps of grain prices today. Trading was on a big scale. Indications pointed also to black rust damage to winter wheat in parts of Kansas, with rust already present in South Dakota spring wheat. After a maximum rcise of 3% cents, wheat closed nervous, l%-2% above Saturday's finish, Sept. ST'/i%, com to 1 cent down, Sept. 75%%. oats % off to % up, and provisions varying from 10 cents decline to a rise of 2 cents. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN. CHICAGO. July 1. .-V--Cash wheat, No. 3 red 89Mc; No. 2 hard tl.OOK: No. 3 dark hard 9S?«c; corn, No. 2 yellow 8m@88c; No. 3 yellow 83?iBSGc: No. 4 yellow S3%c: No. 5 yellow S2c; No. 2 white SSUc; N O . 3 white ST'SSSc; oats. No. 1 white W%:: No. 2 white 39 1 ,; ij'-JOc: No. 3 white 35!i^37^c: No, 4 white 35 1 ; ff 36i,f.c: sample grade 34fi 36c: no rye: no tiuckxvheat; no soybeans; barley feed 15ft 50c, malting GOcfiSl; timothy seed 35.7!i cwt.; new crop S5.15 cwt.; clover seed ,13.25,(. 1S.25 cwt. Lard tierces S13.SO: loose $13.72; bellies S17.12. Mason City Grain MASON CITY, July 1.-Barley , 50-65C No. 2 yellow shelled corn, old 73'br No. 3 shelled, new T3c No. 4, ear 67c White oats, No. 3 3.1c IOIVA PUBLIC LTILITV PREFERRED STOCKS. (By the Associated Presp) Bid and asked on July 1: Cent st El 7 pet pfd (S25 par) 5-\ S Cent St P L 7 pet pfd 3,i D M Gas 8 pet pf-t t'Sifl pan 51 55 D M Gas 7 p:t pfd (S50 par) 49 53 Interstate Pow 7 pet pfd 14 17 Iowa Elec 7 pet pfd 14 £ Iowa Elec 6'/j pet pfd 14 Iowa El Lt Pow 7 pet pfd . . 57 Iowa El Lt Pow 6 pet pfd . . 54 Iowa Pow Lt 7 pet pfd SS Iowa Pow Lt 6 pel pfd S4 Icwa Pub Service 7 pet pfd .. 69 Iowa Pub Service 6 pet pfd 65 Iowa South UU1 7 net pfd ..... N W E'ell Tel fili pet pfd 113 United Lt Rys 7 pet pfd ... 50 United Lt Rys 6 pet pfd 47 BO 57 92 SS 73 69'~ 45 IIB',4 54 51 Hides and Wool Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Beck Bldg. Telephone No. 7 DOW JONES AVERAGES Imls. Rails Util. 2 P. M 11S.7S 32.89 22.23 CHICAGO .STOCKS Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros., Inc., SOS Fifth Street Southwest. HOBSEHIDES Horaehldes $2.50 ·GREEN BEEF HIDES Up to 25 Ibs .. 4c 25 to 45 Ibs - ...3 ] ,4c Mora than 60 Ibs. .».----.. .3^c Bull hides 2c ·Cured hides hall cent more a pound. (On above price ball cent higher to wholesale dealers In wholesale lota.) Clear wool 23c Ib. Burry and chafjy wool 19c Ib. Rejects XOc Ib. Last year's wool 19c Ib. Last year's burry and chaffy wool ...16c Ib. WOOL. MARKET BOSTON, July 1. i.-l"--U. S. department of agriculture-Quotations on wool In Boston were fairly firm. Trade during the i^ast three weeks has been steady and at a higher rate than in the first week of June. The steady demand Irom mills and the firm replacement market in the large producing states caused holders of spot wools to market to adhere quite firmiy to current asking prices. Weakness of wool prices apparent during the middle of the past month have largely disappeared. Lamson Brothers Market Letter MARKET REVIEW. CHICAGO. July i.-Wheat--A little scllinir, developed at the opening today as weather conditions generally were somewhat belter but strength soon appeared !n Kansas City and Minneapolis markets and renewed buying in our market caused prices to advance readily and sell at new highs from the recent upturn. Additional reports of finding blatlt rust in parts of Nebraska and Kansas were influential factors. Cromwell in his statement on conditions in Nebraska said this is the heaviest, most widely spreading and advancing epidemic seen in 15 years in any winter wheat state at the same stage or the wheat crop. General trade in the wheat market today was of rather broad proportions and there appears to be more inquiries by outside Interest to buy wheat and offers, except of local traders are noticeably light. A good trading market is indicated with the possible extent of the development of rust through the west and northwest wheat country, the principle price determining factor. Com--Corn prices wcrt- inclined to lag today, most of the strtncth occurring at d i f - ferent times cominc: from the advancing wheat market. A small increase was shown in the visible, in Galvcston. which was believed to be Argentine corn. From Washington camfl the news that Argentine corn had been reported offered delivered at Atlantic ports at 72K-C duty paid. A processing tax of 30c a bushe'l on rye will be in effect from Aug. 1. 1935 to Dec. 51. 1937. if the senate amendments to the AAA act arc passed by congress. The AAA officials state that they fully expect to inaugurate a rye program in- cluijins acreage a d j u s t m e n t and benefit payment to producers, without the aid of the stimulant "f advancing wheat prices we do nol look for any p a r t i c u l a r strength to materialize in corn for the moment. Bendix Corp 15 Borg-\\'arn Cp 40 lutler TOS fi 1 ,; Cities Service Co 1-% :ord Corp 3M Key St Wire 29 NEW YORK CURB \m Gas t Elec 2S HI Walker Co A Cyanamid B 21'/; Hud B M S Am Sup Pow Co 1U Humble Oil Co Lib. McN i Lib 71 Quaker Oats 132V Swift Co 15-' Swift Inti Co 33' Walgreen Co 27 7 Zenith Co 2» Ark Natl G A 15-16 Nlag Hud POw HI G Elec A Dist Corp Scag 19 7 -. Elec ;; El Bb Share 7-\ Ford M of Can 27 : :i Ford M of Ens S"-i NEW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 17 Mack Truck Am Beet Su Co 11 T s Mathieson Alk Ant C Fy Co 16" McLellan Stores Am Roll's Mills ISsi Mex Seab'd Oil Am Ra S Co 14 is Min. Moline Imp 4 Amer Tob Co 91 r 'i Motor Products 11 Armour Co A 3 : 3cl Hemingway 11 Eest Co 40 NIles-Eem-Pond 22'.; Pennroad Corp 2 U S 0 Ky Co 21 i; United Gas Co 1;,; No Amer Avi 2^ Otis Steel Co 51^ Owen 111 Glass 100 Briggs M f g Co 34"i Park Utah Cop 414 Fyers A M Co 14-i Plymouth Oil 9 Caterpillar Trac 4S!-j Pub Ser of. N J 3SU Com Solvents 19 S Pure Oil Co STs Cont Oil 21i,B Purity Bakery 13H Cr of Wheat 3S% Reo Motors . 3 Cudahy Packing 42 st Joseph Lead 17',; Curt-Wri Co A 71.4 Simmons Co 9 Douglas Airc 25-'i Ko Calif Edison 19% Eaton ?.Ifg Co 21 "i Sperry Corp 95; Elec Auto Lite 21% S 0 Ind Co 25% Fire'ne T i Ru 14=i Tide Wa As Oil 10 u Foster-wheeler 13-s GHdden Co 29»i Hupp Motors 1'A Indust Rayon WHEAT-J u n e ., July Sept Dec CORN-June July Sept Dec OATS-- luly ;ept. ... Dec RYE-July iept Dec BARLEY-July Sepl LARD-- luly ept Oct. Dec BELLIES-July .. Sep't. ..'.'.'..'. .·MONDAY GRAIN CLOSE. CHICAGO. July .6814 .814 .S5« .S7S .Sl'i .7514 .33% .35'* 1. '.TV- Close .811* .75°* .67 .36 .341.; ..13.60 ..13.50 13.52 13.45 HHEAT-- June ........ Julv Sept Dec CORN-June J u l y Sept Dec OATS-July Sept Dec RYS-July Sept Dec BARLEY-July EepI LARD-July Sept Oct Dec May BELLIES-July Sept NDAY GRAIN OPEN CHICAGO. July Open Close Today Tes'day .361* .33 1 ; -35H .12.60 .11.65 -SI ii .76'^ .674 .36% .33-.; .35% .47 13.30 13.4.1 13.25 12.75 16.55 lfi.75 13.32 13.47 13.25 12.65 16.85" 16.77 . Close Yr. Ago .55'.* .!?!* .604 .«·* .431i .44 S .65-'* .67«i .53',! .5214 6.RO 6.52 6.S2W 9.45 9.60 OMAHA GRAIN. OMAHA. July 1. ,3V-Wheat. No. 3 dark hard 97c: No. 1 hard 95c; Ko. 2 hard 92% § 94i»c: No. 4 hard 94'ic. Corn. No. 2 yellow S5c; No. 4 yellow S2c. Oats, No. 2 white 40c; sample white 35c. Kelvinator Co Lambert Co 13=: 26 Vi Liquid Carb Cp 31 tf S Smelter Util P L A vanadium Un Gas Imp Warren Bros U'estern Union Youngs S T 108% 3 15 34 H 17-V, GOVERNMENT BONDS. NEW YORK, July 1. i.-Ti--U. S. bonds closed; Liberty Fourth 4 ! , ; s 101.27. Treasury 4s 14-34 112. Treasury 3-Hs 40-43 J u n e 105.17. Treasury 31*s 46-49 105.3. Treasury 3s 51-55 103 28. 19 World War Vets Leave for CCC Camp Nineteen North Iowa World war veterans, nine of them from Mason City, left Monday afternoon to join Company 25 of the Civil Conservation corps at Lehigh, a few miles south of Fort Dodge, Sgt. T. C. Stevenson, army recruiting officer for this territory, was in charge of their departure. The nine Mason Cityans were Henry G. Bodeker, Manuel Oilman, Carl "Hanson, George W. Morrison, Joel D. Randall, Harry Shipley, Charles F. Staunch, Henry Weir and Lloyd Elefson. Henry G. Haas, Charles Halloran. Henry W. King and Francis H. Young-blood of Decorah; Mell Abbas of Buffalo Center, Kristen Bomess and John Thomas of Ossian, Fred B. Rastad of Clear Lake, John Ruitenberg of Sheldon and Elmer Kirk of Lawler. KANSAS CITY CRAW. KANSAS CITY. July 1. (.FI--Wheat 76 cars; "ic lower to oc higher; No. 2 dark hard S1^1.021i; No. 3 nominally SStec© S1.07!i; No. 2 hard 6y,-99',uC; No. 3 nominally 881-0^/51.07^; No. 2 red nominally 8S'iJ,94Kc: No. 3 nominally S7S94C. Com 97 cars; unchanged to Ic higher; No. 2 white nominally 86!=£89c; No. 3 nominally SSflSSc; Ko. 2 yellow 88C; No. 3 nominally 55S.37^c; No. I, S6!ic: No. 2 mixed nominally S4HQ87C: No. 3 nominally 83y.@ 86c. Oats 3 cars; Ic higher to Itc lower; No. 2 white nominally il^r-U^c; No. 3, 42c. . tein MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN. MINNEAPOLIS, July 1. (J)-- Wheat 2SS cars today compared 1SS year ago; market .V/iiC higher; cash: No. l northern _S1.03vs f 5 1 1.06X ; No. 1 (lark northern lo protein Sl.OSiiiSl.U-f ; 14 protein Sl.07K3Pl.09-f,: 13 protein S1.05v3'frl.07;. ; 12 protein $1.04% 6 K : fancy No. 1 hard Montana 14 pro- si. oi; 8 si. 061; ; tc arrive 51.04", « 1.06 7 t: fancy No. l hard amber durum Sl.OSU^i 1.14V;; fancy No. 2 hard amber durum S1.07i,-^1.13 1 ,i-; No, 1 red durum SOVic: July sl.OOii: September 90%c; December goc. Corn. No. 3 yeUow S2^S3c. Oats, No. 3 white 37%-ry 39Uc. INVESTMENT TRUSTS. (By the Associated Press) Bid and asked on Juiy 1: Corporate Tr Sh 2.14 Corporate Tr Sh AA Mod ,. 2.41 Corporate Tr Sh Ac Ser .. 2.07 Corporate Tr Ac Ser Mod .... 2.41 Dividend Sh Nationwide Sec Nationwide Sec Vtc .. Nor Amer Tr Sh Nor Am Tr Sh 1955 -Quarterly Inc Sh Selected Am Sh ...... Selected Cum Sh Selected Income Sh . Super Corp Am Tr A . U S El L £ P A U S El L P B U S El L P B Vic Maryland Fund 1.33 .. 3.30 .. 1.21 .. 2.05 2,30 .. 1.34 .. 2.55 .. 7.01 .. 3.65 .. 3.29 .. 14U .. 2.01 .. .72 ..13.85 1.45 3.40 1.32 2.11 .80 17.14 Dead Animals Of All Kinds Removed Mason City Rendering Co. ray Phone Calls

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