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TWENTY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JULY 11 National League BOX SCORES WEDNESDAY'S GAMES NEW VOltK--II) - " AB Ill'O A !»Toore If 5 2 2 0 Barter! «s 4 1 u 2 ·Ttrry Ib 5 313 1 i O U rl 4 2 3 (l "telber c f 5 3 0 1 ) ·^Jackson 3b 4 0 1 1 · Crltr 2 b 8 3 1 5 1 Mancuso c 5 2 2 1 iSc'ro'her p 5 0 1 3 ..Totals 42 IB 27 13 I'lTTSBliltUH--3 AU 11 I'O A 1,. Wcr cl 4 Jensen If 1'. Wer rf 4 I V'gliun s 4 0 3 4 Young 2b Suhr ll Tll'now 3b 1'adden o Hoyt p Bush p zGrace Blrkofer p 0 0 Totaln 31 3 2 2 0 7 0 3 3 2 ' 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 " ! ) 1 0 II 0 0 « V B n JX° r tK " . TM 04! 003-10 Sblreh ·::::::::::..::..003 ooo ooo-3 : .Errors, Kartell, Vaughan, Snhr: runs butted In, Crltz 4, Manniso J, L. Wnncr, 1. Wnner 2, Lclber 3; two base hits, Lelber, iotti Ihree base bits, (Jrlti 3: .acriflce, Joclt- ; son; double plnys, Mnncuao to Terrs'. Bar-Itell to Criti to Terry, lounE to Snhr: left Jon bases. New York 8. Wttsburgh 2: ba,e» i o n balls, Schumacher 1, Hoyt 1, Bush Is J.trlkcouts. Schumacher 1; WH. off Hoyt 9 ·in 4 S-3 Innlno, Bu.h 3 In 3 1-3, Birkpier · 3 In 1: «Hd pitch. Hoyt: passed boll. 1'ad- Vden- losing pltrftcr, Hojl. Umpires. I'flrman, XMatcrktirth and Stewart. Time. 1:55. BOSTON--t AB H PO A itJrb'nkl n 4 o 2 a -H. Lee 1* 5 3 " 0 ^Jordan Ib 3 1 Berger cl 4 2 4 (Moore rf 4 1 1 0 : Wh'ney 3b 4 2 3 S "C^c'art 3b 4 0 l 1 Hogan c 4 1 3 0 : TT»nk'«e p « 0 0 3 '^Thompson 1 0 0 0 :.' Totals 35 9 24 12 9 0 CHICAGO--6 AB H I'O A Gslun If * 3 3 0 Herman Jb « 3 4 4 HacU Ib S 1 Hartnetl c 3 Demaree cf * 2 3 0 Klein r f 3 0 3 0 English 3b 4 0 Jurges as 3 0 Warneke p 1 0 0 0 Boot p 3 1 0 1 Totals 34 10 37 11 1 4 1 3 3 ·' xBnttcd lor Frnnkliouse In ninth. :Boston -. 013000000-1 ·Chicago 1»» » JO s1 *-- s · -Errors, Moore, Coscararl; runn batted In. Lee, Berger, Moore, Whitney, Golan, Hack, : -Hartnett, Demnrec 2: two base hits, Whitney. Herman 3, Hortnctt: three base nils, iLee, Knot: homerun, Berger: stolen bases, ·'Whitney. Hack; sacrifices, Jordan. Hermun; -^donble play, Herman to Jurses lo Hack; left =on bases, Boston 8, Chicago 8: bases on Chills, Frankhouse 3, Wameke 2, Boot 1: :h»e, of Warner a In s --3 tnnTngs, Root -'i In 0 1-3; winning pitcher. Root. Umpires. V'Blgler, Stark and Barr. Time, 1:42. PRESSBOX '.'; (Continued From Sport Face) .Iwill come right back with a little practice. * * * ; T"She still is the best woman 'piayer in the world. She is regaining her old form rapidly, and when · she goes on the courts in America to fight for that title she missed : two years ago, I have no doubt but that she will win it." Greene Girls Softball - Team Wins Shutout Tilt ·'. --GREENE, July 11.--The Greene ' Girls' softball team won a 13 to 0 fame from Clarksville, Detra Star- ·'Hng with a homerun, triple, single ; irid'walk,'and scoring 3 runs. Blahe, sAlBrecht and Detra were the Greene :5 gatteries, while C. Ferricks and ··Wyale were the Clarksville pair. Geneva Pure Oilers Win - From Iowa Falls Squad "'GENEVA, July 11.--The Pure djlers of Geneva beat Swift's of Iowa Falls 8 to 1 in a night soft- aall game here. Jones and Draper vvere the Iowa Falls battery, Burkle - Md Burkle for Geneva. YOUNGSTER SET FOR VET MATCH (Continued From Snort Page) and Walker. Trie Oelwein player won 1 up on the eighteenth hole in ;he third round from Bill Read of Des Moines. Walker, three clown early in the match, took advantage of George Cook's trouble to rally :or a 2 and 1 victory over the Ot- tumwaa. Eorest City Ball Team in ~ Pair of Big Time Battles ^FOREST CITY, July 11.--Two games are on the schedule of the Forest City Collegians. The team was to meet the Lake Mills Can- aers here Thursday, after beating : are same team 2 to 0 July 4. Irvln ! i£as the Lake Mills rnound selection, · with Harder pitching for Forest 3ity. ; . ""Sunday the Collegians meet the Memphis Red Sox at 2:30. The Red ·. 3ox were. Council Bluffs tournament · rtmnersup last season. Registered Shoot Set at " Charles City Gun Grounds f ; -'CHARLES CITY, July 11.--A : registered trap shoot will be held on .the Charles City Gun club grounds , Sunday, starting at 12:30. The pro- · gram will consist of eight 25-blrd syents and 25 pair of doubles under · 'the Lewis class system. fioxey Starts Second Presidential Race as Farm-Labor Nominee · OMAHA, July 11- Iff)--"General" Jacob S. Coxey of Massillon, Ohio, -.oday started his second campaign :or president on a farmer-labor party platform of "share-the- ;vealth,'' inflation and technoracy. -The 81 year old veteran of politi- ;al wars that started with his fa- nouse "Coxey's army" which ^arched on Washington in 1894 was nominated by acclamation by ihe handful of delegates attending ;he national farmer-labor conven- ;ion here last night. LEAGUE LEADERS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NATIONAL LEAGUE Hitting-*VaiiEhan, Pirates, .391. Buns--Martin, Cardinals; Ott. Giants, 62. Kuns batted in--J. Collins, Cardinals, 10. Hits--Mcdwick, cardinals. 107. Doubles--Martin and Medwlck, Cardl- iflls, 23. Trlplea--Suhr, Pirates, 9. Homtnms--Ott, Giants, 18. Stolen bases--Martin, Cardinals, It, pitching--Schumacher, 13-2. AMERICAN LEAGUF. Hlttlnc--Johnson, Athletic*. .357, Buns--Gehrincer, Tlsrrs, 69. Runs batted In--Grcenbersr, Users. 100, Hits--Gchrlncer, Users, 111. DoublP5--Grccnbcr!r, Tisern, 2(5. Triple?--Stone, Senators; Cronln, Red ·M, II. HomernnF--GreenlxTK, Tlcem, 25. Stolen bases--AVerber, Red Sox, 14. iv Yankees, 7-2» American League BOX SCORES WEDNESDAY'S GAMES CHICAGO--0 AB II I'D A Kadetlft It 3 0 1 Pitt 3b 4 Haas cf 3 3 Z 3 « Bonuro. Ib 3 0 l!l 1 \Vn«h'n II 3 0 2 0 Appltng as 2 Dyken 31) Sewell e rhelps i Fischer p xti^mnlong Wyatt p 0 0 0 0 Totals 26 221 » 6 0 1 3 0 :i 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 BOSTON--7 AB 11 I'O A McIMIo 2 b 0 2 4 3 Alnmda cf 4 0 3 0 Johnson II 4 2 2 0 crnnln HB Miller rf Conko rf It. F'rtll c 5 Werbf r 3b ft * - - Dahl'rn Ib 0 1 6 I) \V. F'rell p t 2 0 0 S 0 4 4 1 0 3 4 1 4 I 2 1 Totals 39 14 27 xUattfd for Fischer In elcbth. Chicago 0011 000 000--0 Boston Olu X13 10s--7 Errors, Phetp:i. Fischer: runs batted la, Miller 3, \\. J-'errell 2, K. Ferrell, Werber: two base hit. Miller; homcruns, Wcrber, \V. Ferrell: stolen bases, Johnson; double plays, Crcmln to Mcllllo to UalilEren 2; left on bases, VUcam 3, Boston 13: bases on balls, I*helps 4, Fischer 1, \V. FcrrcII 4: wtrlke- onts, I'htlps 2. Wyntt 1, W. Ferrell 1: hits, nff Pheltis 10 in a 2-3 InnlnKs, Fischer 3 In 1 1-3, Wyntt I In 1: wild pitch, W. Ferrell; Inslns pitcher, Fhclps. Umpires, Gelsel nnd Ormsby. Time, 1 :M, ST. LOUIS--7 Ln 3 4 5 3 IS 0 1 4 0 CUILA'PHIA--2 AB H I'O A Moses r f 4 2 2 0 Cramer cf 4 · 2 1 0 Johnson If 4 1 6 0 Fox* ID 2 110 0 0 HlKKlns 3b 4 0 1 0 1 U'arst'r 2b 4 0 1 4 M'NuIr ss 4 1 1 4 Richards c 4 1 4 1 Marcum p 1 0 0 0 Dietrich p 2 0 1 0 Totals 3912 27 15 Totals 32 8 27 9 Sums Ib Sellers If Coleman rf 5 0 0 U'est c f 3 0 2 Kcmsley e 6 1 £ am 3b is 4 i Bejma 2 b 4 0 2 Coffman p 3 0 0 St. Louis 040 020 001--7 1'hlladelphla OOU 000 020--2 Errors, 1-ary, Warstler: runs batted In, Lnry 2, Sellers 2, Burns 3, Cramer, Foxx; txro base hits, Burns, Lary 2, Moses, Cramer; stolen buses, llenisley, iunnspn, Lary; double- plays, Bejma to I-ary to Burns 2, Clift to Bejma In Burns: left on bases, St. Louis 14, Philadelphia 6; bases on balls, off Coffmnn 2, Mnrcum 2, Dietrich 7: strike- cuts, by Murcum 1, 'offman 2, Dietrich 2; lilts, off Marcum 4 In 2. Dietrich S In 7: losinR pitcher. Marcum. Umpires, Donnelly, Dlnneen and Qninn. Time, 1:57. 2ND ROUND RESULT Bob IttcCrjry, De$ Moines, defeated Sid Richardson, Creston, 2 and" 1. Ira Allen. Des Mulnes, defeated Georje Alt, ;cdar Rapids, 2 and 1. Bill Hajtan, slous city, defeated Carl Ahby. Orilweln, 5 and 4. Billy Hail, Boone, defeated Snrglo Fon- tuninl, Des Moines, 6 and 5, tes Reynolds, Ottumwa, defeated Art Myers, Davenport, 3 and 2. Dick Graham. Waterloo, defeated Ray Lauder. Des Aloincs, 2 up. Merle Stlmson, Waterloo, defeated Wilbur HIrd, Ues Moines, 1 up. Jimmy Miller, 'Ues Moines, defeated Ed Slone, Waterloo, 4 and 2. enmar Miller, l)es Moines, defeated Hal Chase, Ues Moines, 1 up, 20 holes. Geors e Cook, Ottumiva, defeated John ·arry, Cedar Rnplds, 2 and 1. Bill Kead, Des Moines. defeated Billy Collins. Sioux City, 3 and 2. Elmer Hlghfou'er, Cedar Rapids, defeated Uiet Veaman, BIwui City, 2 up. L. E. Walter, Waterloo, defeated Pat Pearson, Iowa City. 2 up. Johnny Kraft, Oelwein, defeated Clarh Tihlen, Ames, 4 and 3. Robert O'Brien. Dubuquc, defeated Don l r ults. Spencer, 4 and 3. Art Steincraber, Sioux City, defeated Billy Ransom, Des Moines, 3 and 2. HOGS SELL AT HIGH FOR YEAR AT CHICAGO Lobby Witness The rules committee at Washington investigating "white house lobbying" heard Representative Ralph O. Brewstcr of Maine, Ilrst witness, assert that Thomas Corcoran, RFC attorney, threatened to halt Maine's great Passamaquoddy power proiect unless Brewster voted for liolding company death clause in Wheeler-Ryan utilities bill. (Central Press Photo) Produce MASON CITY, July 11.-Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse Eggs, current receipts ISc Springs, 1935 12c Leghorn springs 10c Heavy hens, 4% Ibs. and over. .12c Light hens 9c Cocks 8c Merchants Quotations. Eggs, in trade ....: 21c Eggs, cash 19-20c* 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. CHICAGO PRODUCE. CHICAGO, July 11. I.^J--Butter, 12,966, I firm; creamery, specials (93 score) 2-1® 12'jy.c; extras (02) 23V5C: extra firsts (90!.!) 22!i@23c; firsts (88-89) 2114 @22c; seconds (86-37) 20Vic; standards (90 centralized carlots) 23V=c. : Eggs, 13,061, firm; extra firsts cars 24Vic, local 23v«c: fresh graded firsts cars .ISTjc, local 23c; current receipts 22%c: stoi- j age packed firsts and extras 24-lic. NEW YORK PRODUCE. NEW YORK. July 11. UP;--- Butter 12.875, firmer; creamery higher than extra 24 U @ 25c: extra (92 score) 24c; firsts (SS-91 scores) 22Vi(ff-23-?ic: seconds (84-37 scores) V i @ ? i c : centralized (90 score) 23 1 .i©V2C. Cheese 224.134. steady: prices unchanged. Eggs 16.664, steady; mixed colors: Firsts 24v4c; other mixed colors unchanged. WOLF, MAYTAGS IN ROUND ROBIN (Continued From Sport Pace) meeting toe Lake Merchants at S o'clock on Lion field. SLUGGERS WIN. The Sluggers won 10 to 4 in the Roosevelt boys' league, beating the Ball Crushers in a Wednesday game. All-Chicago Final Set for'Western Junior at Westmoreland's Course CHICAGO, July 11. UP)-- In an all-Chicago final, Eleanor Dudley today battled Ellamae Williams, daughter of a golf professional, over the difficult Westmoreland Country club course for the title in the sixteenth annual women's western junior golf tournament. The championship match was at IS holes. The long-driving Miss Dudley, medalist, gained her place in the finals with a brilliant 1 up victory over Hilda Livengood, Chicago, yesterday in a match that went 19 holes while Miss Williams didn't lose a hole in eliminating 14-year- old Edith Estabrooks of Dubuque, 6 and'5. NEW YORK POULTRY. NEW YORK. July 11. y.T)--Live poultry slow; by freight: Broilers 17g22c; other freight grades unchanged. CHICAGO POULTRY. CHICAGO. July 11. i.T'l--Poultry, live, 35 trucks, steady; hens 4 ^ Ibs. and less 16c, more than 4 J /i Ibs. 17c; Leghorn hens 13c; Rock fryers 19gr20c, colored 17c: Rock springs 22c, colored 20C; Rock broilers 17@ 18c, colored 16c; Leghorn chickens 2 Ibs. up 15c. small 14c; bareback chickens 13®15c; roosters 12M:C; turkeys 11^15c: old ducks Ibs. up lOUc, small lOc: younp white ducks 4^ Ibs. up 15c, small lie; old geese lOc. young 12c. KANSAS CITY PRODUCE. KANSAS CITY, July 11. on--Springs 13 Other produce unchanged. PRODUCE FUTURES. CHICAGO, July 11. \,p--Butter futures closed; Storage standards, November 24?gC; fresh standards, July 23-TtC. Egg futures; Refrigerator standards, October 26c. Cheess futures: Single daisies, November 14c. Lime Springs Indie Club Beats Cresco Softballers LIMB SPRINGS, July 11.--The Lime Springs Independent Softball team defeated the Cresco Farm Bureau under the Cresco lights, 18 to 14. Memphis Red Sox Win Tilt With Lake Mills Canners LAKE MILLS, July 11. ~ The Memphis Red Sox beat the Lake Mills Canners 6 to 1 here Wednesday. Barbour pitched for the Canners. Waverly, Valley Win in Clarksville Ball Games CLARKSVILE, July 11.--Waverly beat Clarksville 12 to 9 and North Pleasant Valley won from Miller's, U to 8, 31 Killed in Iowa May Auto Mishaps DES MOINES, July 11 (If}--Mrs. Alex Miller, secretary of state, reported today that 31 persons were killed and 873 injured in Iowa automobile accidents during May. There were 859 accidents involving 1,334 vehicles. STOCK MARKET TENDS TO SAG Realizing Flurries Unsettle Some Recent Favorites on N. Y. Exchange. NEW YORK, July 11. UP)--The stock market sagged today as realizing flurries unsettled some of the recent favorites. A few issues, including alcohols and chain stores, bucked the decline. The news was not especially depressing and the reaction was attributed largely to technical factors. Allied Chemical dropped more than 3 points and Union Pacific, du Pont and Public Service of New Jersey yielded about 2 each. Others, off fractions to a point or so, included U. S. Steel, American Telephone, American Can, Case, Chrysler, Sears Roebuck arid Eastman Kodak. The late tone was heavy. Transfers approximated 1,200,000 shares. The mining issues were resistant as imported bar silver at New York advanced % .of a cent an ounce to 69% cents Occasional setbacks in various "blue chip" stocks have been foreseen by brokers who expressed the thought that several of these issues have been selling at relatively high premiums with respect to probable 1935 profits. Estimates of earnings of motor manufacturers and motor accessory companies were optimistic. Curb Market NEW YORK, July 11. \VPJ-Quiet buying In mining, utility and miscellaneous industrial shares gave the curb market a fair cumber of modest gains during the forenoon trading today. The list as a whole was Irregular with fractional losses showing in stocks like International Petroleum, American Cyanamid B. Aluminum company and Rubcroid. Improvement featured Newmont Mining. Patker Rustproof. Quaker Oats,' Wright Hargreaves, American Gas and Electric, Bunker Hill and Sullivan, Great Atlantic and Pacific and Lake Shore Mines. Dow Chemical sold off several points under light offerings. The company reported profits equal to $3.32 a common share for the year ended May 31 against $3.59 a ?hare In the previous year. The regular quarterly dividend of 50 cents on the common stock was ordered. Bond Market NEW YORK. July 11. m--Values tn the bond market today showed relatively little change, with the exception of secondary rail Issues, which were heavy all through the list. In U. S. governments the market -was small and inactive as It has been during the pait few weeks. The less favorable action of rails was'as- soclated with a new crop of uncertainties which has gathered about the positions of certain of the weaker roads. Higher prices were established by some of the utilities and the general run of industrials held to very small ranges. Kansas Gas and Electric 4}~s and -Detroit Edison i^s moved up % to ^i. Obligations r.f Western Union and Texas corporation also Improved a little, while those of National Dairy Products, Goodyear, Duquesne Light and American Telephone sold a shade lower. The bonds of International Telephone and Posta. Telegraph were unchanged to a bit higher. Foreign Issues showed narrow fluctuations in light trading. GOVERNMENT BONDS. NEW YORK, July 11. (.·!·)--U. S. bonds closed: Liberty Fourth 4'is 101.20. Treasury 4s 44-54 ll±, Treasury 3%s 40-43 June 108.17. Treasury 3^s 46-49 Irr.i. Treasury 3s 51-55 104.2. INVESTMENT TRUSTS(By the Associated Press) Bid and asked on July 11: Corporate Tr Sh 2.1S Corporate Tr Sh AA Mod .. 2.31 Corporate Tr Sh Ac Ser .,. 2.16 Corporate Tr Ac Ser Mod .. 2.51 ·Dividend Sh 1.3S Maryland Fund 16.40 Nationwide Sec 3.45 Nationwide Sec Vtc 1.25 Nor Amer Tr Sh 2.07 Nor Amer Tr Sh 1955 2.55 Quarterly Inc Sh 1.3S Selected Am Sh , 2.63 Selected Cum Sh 7,29 Selected Income Sh ........ 3.77 Super Corp Am Tr A 3.42 U S E I L P A 34=i U S El L P B 2.09 U S El L P B Vtc 7S 1.50 17.73 3,55 1.36 15 U 2.19 .86 IN THE RING By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.--Wesley Ramey. 133. Grand Rapids, knocked out Tiger Kid Walker, 132, Cincinnati, (10). DEAB NOAM= SEi-!_ PET LVNX CHAIN STtoBE? IN A DEAO NOAH = WHAT KlNC CFA SEWING MACHINE VV\l_l_ SEVS) WIL.D OATS?MRS SMIUV RIGSS SPRINS VAU-Ey, N.Y. ·» '«. ·. ^. ». !.,,. ».-t.-fc^.--w^-^--^, ..^-^-IXV^. DEAR NOAH -»WMEN THE STOCKING R.UNS WILL. THE SHOE STRING AUONS? A.V/.B. SAN DIEfto, CAt-IP. Miscellaneous POTATO MARKET. CHICAGO, July 11. Ufn--u. s. department of agriculture-Potatoes 76; on track 178; tola! U. S. shipments 374: old stock, about steady, supplies licht. demand and trading slow; sacked per cwt. Wisconsin round whites U, s. No. 1. 40c; Idaho russets U. S. No. 1. S16.G0 1 new stock. sllKhtly weaker, supplies light, demand and trading moderate; Arkansas Bliss triumphs U. S. No. 1, $1.60; California long unites V. S. Ko. 1. S1.S5: Kentucky cobblers U. S. No. 1. SI.50: Missouri cobblers U. S. No. 1 and partly graded most arrivals showing decay 90c®S1.32^; Oklahoma Bliss triumphs U. S. No. 1 showing decay 51.15: Tennessee triumphs U. S. No. 1. SI.60: Virginia cobblers U. S. No. 1, Stock List NJSW YOKK STOCKS. NEW YORK. July 11. Wl-Final Quotatiuns. Air Reduction 145^ Kennecott 18-H Allegheny li Kresgc 24',i Al Che Dye 157 Kroger 28% Am Can 139 Libbey 0 F Gl 31% Am For Pow 4 Lit; .My B 113!£ Am Pow Lt 3% Loews 43 Vi Am Smelt Re 42i,i Loose Wiles 39'A Am Steel Fdrs 16v« Lorlllarrt 21 Am Sugar 59 Maytag 7% A T T 120% McKess Rob 6,i Am Tob B 96% Mc K i Rob pfd 35 Am Water Wks 11 M | d Cont Pet "" Anaconda Atchlson All Ret Auburn Aviation Corp ;aldwln Loco B O B'arnsdali Bendlx Beth St Bordens Borg Warner Burr Add Canada Dry Can Pacllic Case «* Mo Pac 4811 Mont Ward 2S * 25 N ash 14 23 !i Natl Biscuit 30 Vi 314 Nat cash Re A ITS 2^ Natl Dairy 16 % 111% Natl distill 27% 9 Nat power t Lt 9 '/i Itj'.i pi Y cent 17 29^ N Y N H H 37k 25% xo Am 17?" 43A No Pac 19* 17%. o n v er Farm l'/i 1 17 '« Oliver Farm pfd 17 1° Packard 4 '* 58 Vi pcnlck t Ford 80s, Cerro de Fasco 58% pcnney Chcs 0 Chi N W C M S P £ P C M S P i P P' C R 1 fc P Chrysler Col G E Comwlth SO Con Gas Cons Oil Contl Can Contl Oil Contl Ins Contl Motor Corn Prod Ourtlss Wr Deere pfd Du Pont Eastman El Pow Lt Fox Film A Freepbrt Tex Gen Am Trans Gen Elect Gen Foods Gen Motors Gillette Gobel Gold Dust Goodrich Goodyear Gt No pfd Gt West Sug Hudson Motors III Cent Int Har Int Nick Can I T T Johns Man Iti Penn Phillips Pet Proc Gam Pullman 76% 23* 21 Vi 51 7Vi Rem Rand 9I ^ 1'A Rep Stl 14 * 251-1 Rcy Tob B 51« 8'/i Roy Dutch 42'A 86 Scars Roe 46*. 21W Shell Union 10 Vi 37'/i Skelly 9% 1 Socony Vac 12'A 77% so Pac 17* 2 J /8 St Brands 26% s t Oil Cal 104% st Oil ind St Oil N J Stew Warn Stone Warn 26 J /i studebaker 41 Texas Corp 2S% Tex Gulf Sul 34 !i 36TM Tim Roll Bear 42 34 vi Union Garb 63=!i 15% Union Pac 104 1'.4 Unit Air 1554 16H Unit Corp 3% S U p , Gypsum 57 19 li U S Ind Alch 44 ·'H 21 U S Rubber 12 S 29!'» U S Steel 36'/i 7"'» Warner PIi 4 1314 West El MJs 57 '» 47 U Woohvorta 61S 27% Wrigley SI 9S Yel Truck 2 a 5*'.i CHICAGO STOCKS. CHICAGO. July 11. *;?? Cities Service Katz Drug Libby-McNeil Midwest Util Natl Standard Quaker Oats Swift £: Co Swift Intl Zenith 134% 15 S 32 2S MINNEAPOLIS STOCKS. MINNEAPOLIS, July 11. '.Wl--Stocks closed: First Bank Stock 10*. Northwest E'ancorporation 5?s. '·'!": Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in B»gley- Beck Bldg. Telephone No. 7 CHICAGO STOCKS 43 ii 6% Bendix Corp Borg-Warn Cp Butler E'ros Cities Service. 1 Cord Corp 3 Gt Lks Dredge 21 Key St Wire 33 Lib, McN Lib 7 16% Marshall Fields 9 Quaker Oats 134 £ Swift Co 15% Swift Intl Co 32 U S Gypsum Co 57 \Valgrcen Co 29 Zenith Co 2"i Am Gas Elec 60 A Cyanamld B 29 ( Am Sup Pow Co IVi Ark Nat Gas A 1 As G Elec A V, Can Marconi l?' a Dist Corp Seag 20 ; ;i El Bb Share 8^ Ford Si of Can 27 NEW YORK CURB Ford M of Eng Hi Walker Co Hud B M S Humble Oil Co Nlas Hud Pow Pennroad Corp S 0 Ky Co United Gas Co Un LI Pow A 29% 15'A 58% 7'A 2M. 21« 2% NEW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 16% Am Bank Note 27 Am Beet Su Co 14-"!-; Am C Fy Co IS is Am Eoll'g Mills 20-4 Amer Metal Co 42 Vi Am Ra S Co 15 Amer Tob Co 96% Armour Co A As Dry Goods Best Co BVlgss Mtg Co Budd Mfg Co Byers A M Co Calif Packing Houst Oil (new) 2 Hupp Motor 51s 28 13 U 25% S'^i 12 H 42-31 36 4, 16 35 Caterpillar Trac 49% Coca Cola Co 218 48% 19% 21 li 33% Com Credit Com Solvents Cont oil Cr o! Wheat Cudahy packing 41 Curt-wr! Co A Douglas Airc 26 Eaton Mfg Co Elec Auto Lite 25V 4 Erie R R Co SVi Fire'ne T Ru 15 First 'Na Stores 51 n Giidden Co 29 '/I Gt North'n Ore 11=4 27% Intl carriers Indust Rayon Kelvinator Co Lambert Co Liquid Garb Cp 32 Loose-Wiles Bis 39 Vi iiack Truck 19 s 'c ··M,hicson Alk 30-i McLellan Stores 12 Mex Seab'd Oil 30 Min. Mnline Imp 4H Motor Products 30 ·£ No Amer Avi 3 Otis Steel Co 6 Owen III Glass 100 Park Utah Cop 414 Plymouth Oil 9 Pub Scr of N J 3TH Pure Oil Co 8i« Purity Bakery Reo Motors St Joseph Lead 19 VS Simmons Co 10 po Calif Edison 19% Un Gas Imp 15 VI Warren Bros 4Vt: Western Union 3SV2 Youngs S T 19-ri 12 S 3 Lam son Brothers Market Letter MINNEAPOLIS FLOUR. MINNEAPOLIS, July 11. uT;-- Flour unchanged. Shipments 25,204. Pure bran SIT.SO^IS. Standard middlings SSO'-?20.50, NEW YORK SUGAR. NEW YORK, July 11. \x*-- Raw sugar was unchanged today at 3,29c for spots and 3.30c for later shipments. A better inquiry was reported ant] there -were sales at the latter figure of 36.000 cags of Philippines and 20.000 of Puerto Ricans for July and August shipment. Futures were up on increased enverfnp and speculative buying on reports that refiners were shoeing more Interest In tn* spot market. September No. 3 advanced from 2.35c to 2 39c and March from 2.06c to 2.12c or 5 points net higher with the market at midday ruling around the best. The Key West "Citizen" aptly re* marks that about all that "is left of the blue eagle is the bill. And how that bites.--Miami Herald. A woman doctor, aged 210, has given up smoking cigaretn. It is not related how she refresliph herself after a hard afternoon at polo. -~San Francisco Chronicle, »L\BKET REVIEW. CHICAGO, July 11.-- \Vheat--The government report issued yesterday was considered, bearish, particularly the estimates on spring wheat which were around 272,000.000 bushels or somewhat in excess of private estimates. Considerable selling therefore appeared in the market this morning and prices at one time were over 3c lower than last night's close. Commission houses liquidated recent purchases at dif- lerent times during the session and traders were inclined to be bearish but oversold conditions readily developed and when traders started to cover they found offerings comparatively light. Now that the government report 1? out of the way wheat prices will be greatly affected by reports from the spring wheat areas and during easy market periods we are inclined to take a friendly position In wheat. Corn--Tho government report giving an estimate of 2.045.000.000 bushels for this year's crop was about 100.000.000 less than the average of the private reports and the corn market reflected a rather steady undertone. Some commission house selling appeared at times. It is believed by many In the trade that prospects have improved considerably since first of the month. The government estimate of 1,265.000.000 of oats and ."iS.000.000 rye suggested sizable crops and these were considered bearish. A fair amount of liquidation appeared in the market. Superintendent At Eljpn. FLOYD, July 12.---Many farewell courtesies have been extended to Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Roberts and family who will move to Elgin, this week. Mr. Roberts has been elected school superintendent for the coming year. MARKET RISES 5 T015 CENTS Early Top Reaches $10.25; Cattle Prices Steady to Weak. CHICAGO, July ll.OrB--Hogs and light pork loins sold at the year's top prices today as the livestock market reflected improved dressed trade condition. Hogs were 5 to 15 cents higher, the early top reaching $10.25, the highest price since October, 1930. Heavy butchers ruled mostly steady but better grade medium weights sold at $9.80 to S10.20 in the bulk. Hog Slaughter Drops. Hog slaughter during June under federal meat inspection dropped to 3,047,033 head, a decrease of 70,000 from the corresponding month in 1934 and the smallest for any June in 40 years. As compared with May, last month's slaughter showed an increase of nearly 900,000 head. Packing plants today checked in 5,000 directs, leaving only half of the total run available for the open market and 1,000 stale hogs were carried over. Highest in 3 Years. Pork loins averaged S to 12 pounds selling at $25 to $26 are the highest in three years in the local dressed market. Fed steers and yearlings ruled steady to weak or generally 25 to mostly 50 cents below prices prevailing late last week, with values about on a par with the level reached during the sharp break three weeks ago. Best light steers early sold at 511.25 and choice weighty kinds were held above $11.50. Fat lambs were mostly 15 to 25 cents off with a few strictly choice native lambs selling at $8.60 Receipts of sheep totaled 8,000. Hog Markets MIDWEST HOGS. Hog prices at midwest markets Thursday: \VATERLOO-Hogs 10-15C higher than yesterday's close. Good to choice 140 to 180 Ibs. 57.9Sifi 9.25: 180 to 250 Ibs. S9.10S9.50: 250 to 350 Ibs. $8. 35L/9. 15; packing sows 275 to 550 Ibs. 57.45®8.15. CEDAU RAFIUS -- Good hogs 140 to 150 :iw. 585(8.25; ISO to 160 ibs. 5S.40l58.65; 160 to 170 Ibs. SS.G5ft8.90; 170 to 180 Ibs. S8.90fi9.15: 180 to 200 Ibs. 59.15S'9.40: 200 to 220 Ibs. S9.25fi:9.50; 220 to 250 Ibs. $9.15 (Ti'lMO- 250 to 290 Ibs. 58.»OS'9.15; 290 to 325 Ibs. 58.6558. 90: 325 to 360 Ibs. SS.'IO's' S.65; goo dpackers 275 to 350 Ibs. S7.S5 S.JO; 350 to 425 Ibs. $7."0«J7.95; 425 to 500 Ibs 57.50(37.75; 500 to 500 Ibs. S7.30I.Z7. 55. OTTUMWA-- Hogs 5-10c higher; HO to ISO Ibs $8.20»J8.50; 150 to 160 Ibs. S8.!iOff8.80; 160 to 170 Ibs. 58. 80S 9.10; 170 to ISO Ibs. SCSP9.30; ISO to 20 Ibs. S9.1089.40; 200 to 220 Ibs. S9.20W9.50; 220 to 250 Ibs. S9.105B 0.40; 250 to 290 Ibs. 58.80^(9.10; 29U to 350 Ibs. 58.50^8-80; 350 to 400 Ibs. S8.15 1 !! S.45: packers 275 to 350 Ibs. 57.95^rS.25: packers 350 to 425 Ibs. 57.80S8.10; packers 425 to 450 Ibs. S7.60T|7.90. AUSTIN-- 10c hleher; good to choice 180 to 200 IbJ. $9.00fi9.35; 200 to 250 Ibs. 59.15 B9.45; 250 to 290 Ibs. S8.90JI9.20: 290 to 350 Ibs. S8.55SS.85; packing sows. good, all ghts S7.40SS.10. Mason City Livestock MASON CITY, July 11.-- KOGS Ten to 15 cents higher. Gord lisbt lights 140-160 $7.90-8.15 Good lights 160-180 S8.65-8.90 Good Ilghtp 180-200 S9.00-9.30 Good light butchers 200-220 $9.1.1-9.45 Good lisht butchers 220-250 59.15-9.45 Good med. wt. butchers 250-290 58.75-9.05 Good heavy butchers .. 290-350 S8.45-S.75 Good prime hy. butchers 350-400 SS.10-8.4o Good packing sows 275-350 S7.SO-8.10 Good heavy sows 350-425 S7.00-7.90 Good big heavy sows .. 425-550 57.40-7.70 Cnof. big heavy sows S50 and up S7.10-7.40 (The above is a 10:30 truck hog market for good and choice hogs. The difference in price is for short and long haul hogs.) CATTLE Steers, choice 1200-1400 S fl.00-10.00 Steers, choice 1000-1200 s 8.50-10.00 Steers, med. to so^d 1100-1400 S 7.00- 8.51) Steers, med. to pood 900-1100 S 6.00- 7.00 Steers, com. to med. 900-1100 S 5.00- 6.00 Heifers, good to choice S 7.50- 9.00 Heifers, medium to soM S 5.50- 7.50 Heifers, common to medium .... S 4.50- 5.50 Cows, good to choice S 4.50- 5.25 Cows, fair to good S 3.50- 4.50 Cows, cutters S 3.25- 3.7o Cows, canners S 2.50- 3.25 Bulls, heavy s 4.50- 5.25 Bulls, light 53.50-4.50 Calves, gd. and choice 130-190 S 6.00- 6.50 Calves, med. to good 130-190 S 5.50- 6.00 Calves, infer, to com. 130-190 5 5.50 down LAMBS Y Yearlings.' fair to medium S3.25-4.25 Yearlings, good to choice 70-90 S5.25-5.50 Yearlings, med. to good 70-90 S4.50-5.25 Culls S3.25 down Lambs, good to choice . . 70-90 S7.75-S.25 Lambs, medium to good S6.75-7.75 Lambs, fair to medium S5.75-6.75 Culls 54.75 down . .Buck lambs SI less. Ail truck lambs three pounds dock a lamb. Quotations subject to market fluctuations. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. CHICAGO. July 11. ()--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 10.000; Including 5.000 direct: mostly 5-I5c higher than Wednesday's ai-erage; heavy butchers steady: better grade 200 to 250 Ibs. 59.80.S.10.20: early top S10.25; highest of year; 250 to 350 Ibs. S9ST10: 160 to 200 Its. S9.65®10.15; packing sows mostly ss.ssws.es. CATTLE 5.000; calves 1,500: fed steers and yearlings dull, steady to weak with Wednesday's downturn, or generally 25c to 50c under late last week, mostly 50c on better grades; common and medium grades weak to 25c lower for week: values generally about as low as during sharp break three weeks ago; best light steers early 511.25; choice weighty kinds held above 511-50; most sales SS.SO^IO.TS; cutter and strong to 25c higher at 55 down; beef cows slow; heifers steady; bulls strong to higher at $6.35 down: vealers steady at SS.50 down. SHEEP 8.000: fat lambs mostly 15-25c lower: fairly active at decline: yearlings scarce: aged sheep weak; native lambs SS.25 f?f8.50: few strictly choice S8-60; rangers SSffS.50 according to kind: native ewes S2 @ 3; few best $3.25. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA, July 11. \'/r!--U. S. department of a-riculture-- HOGS 6.000; early trade moderately active to shippers: 10-20c higher than Wednesday, better ISO to 250 Ibs. S9.50S9.70; 250 to 300 Ibs, S9.20?i9.60: heavier weights down to S8.S5; 160 to ISO Ibs. S9«9.50: packing sows 58.35^8.65: feeder pigs 25-50c higher at S7.75!?8.50; (hog top highest since Oct. 16, 1930). CATTLE 2.500; calves 200: steady to strong; SS.75iiMO.25; cows S4.75«f6.25: cutter grades S3.75W4.50; bulls S5-50S6; veal- ers S8. few SS.50. SHEEP 6.000. including 2.20; direct; lambs 25c lower at SS doxvn. SOUTH ST. PAVL LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL. July 11. WT)--U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 2.000; cn!v=s 1.700: steady to lower; heifers S5.501T7.50; cows up .to 56; bulls 55.65@6: steers S9.50CS 10.50; calves S6.50«?8. HOGS 2.200; 15c higher: 170 to 240 Ibs. f9.50«i 9.65: top 59.75: 240 to 270 Ibs. 59® 9.EO: 270 to 310 Ibs. 58.50159; sows SS.30. SHEEP 600; steady to 25c lower; lambs SS; down to 56 and under. KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITY. July 11. .T--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 1.500; 90 direct: early trade 15-20C higher on 240 Ibp. and down; packers bidding around steady on heavy weights; top J9.75 on choice 190 to 240 Ibs.: desirable ISO to 240 Ibs. S9.60W9.75: 140 to 170 Ibs. SS.85^9.50; sows SSfiS.40. CATTLE 3.000; calves 700; few early salts grass steers steady; most bids weak to low. er on beef steers and yearlings: otherwise market fully steady; bulk fed of quality nnd weight to sell downward from 59.50: few grass steers early 55.7517.25; grassfat cows S4.75!?5.75: low cutters and cutters 53-253' 4.25; top vealers SS. SHEEP 3,500: 1,300 through: opening sales native lambs around 15c lower; odd lots sheep about steady; early top lambs SS.20: best held above 58.35; most sales SS 'SS.20. SIOUX CITV LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CITY. July 11. (A'l--U. S. department of agriculture-^ COMBINED HOG RECEIPTS. DES MOINES. July 11. (.?-- U. S. department of agriculture -Combined hog receipts at 22 concentration yards and 9 packing plants located In in- :erlor Iowa and southern Minnesota for the 24 hour period ended at 8 a. m, today were 31,900 compared with holiday a week 8-6° and 21,100 a year ago. ' Fairly active, 10-20c higher than early Wednesday; loading Indicated a little heavier. Quotations follow: Light lights 140 to 160 Ibs. SS.05ffS.90: light weights 160 to ISO Jbs. 58,75«?9.40; 180 to 200 Ibs. S9.05® 9.60: medium weights. 200 to 220 Ibs. S9.15 t'g.SS; 220 to 250 Ibs. S9.15!1 9.60; heavy eights, 250 to 290 Ibs. S8.SOfffO.30; 290 to 350 ibs. $8. -iO-gg; pigs 100 to 140 Ibs.. blank: packing sows. 275 to 350 Ibs.. S7. SOWS. 30: 350 to 425 Ibs. S7.60SS.I5; 425 to 550 Ibs. S7.405T7.95. CATTLE 1.500; steady to lower: steers 510-50; heifers SS.75; cows S4.503'6.25: cutter grades S3.50i 4.23. HOGS 4.COO: 10-15C higher; 190 to 225 Ibs. ?9.50ff9.60; top 59.60; 170 to 190 Ibs. S9.25 ffi9.50; 150 to 170 Ibs. S95J9.25; sows 5S.25 e'6.45; pigs up to 58.65. SHEEP 2.500; Including "SO direct; lambs 15-25C lower at 58.10 down. LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO. July 11. l/pl--Official estimated receipts tomorrow: Cattle 2,000; hob's 9,000; iheep 8,000. Representative Sales CHICAGO. July 11. X.P 1 --U. S. department of agriculture--Representative sales; HOGS. Lights-- 193 6 IS 64 05 43 64 52 ;teers- 23 21 32 23 19 IS 31 24 19 36 362 307 275 25S 246 230 22S 209 1150 1100 1120 1050 1140 10SO 9SO 1016 S40 1035 9.50 62 9.65 30 9.85 36 ISO 171 16S Lignt Llsnls- 70 152 23 140 10.10 10.05 9.95 Range Lambs- 1560 83 60 78 74 rative Lambs 31 79 151 . 76 ISO "4 S3 77 18 85 11 7S 10.10 10.25 10-20 10.10 CATTLE. rreifers--· 11.25 12 790 10.75 23 645 10.30 26 760 10.25 2S S10 10.00 Cows-9.75 7 1340 9.40 14 1280 9.25 19 H60 9.00 22 1015 8.35 SHEEP. - Native Ewes- S.50 11 120 S.OO 17 130 6.65 4 1S9. S.60 S.50 S.35 S.25 7.50 7.25 9.75 9.60 10.25 9.90 9.25 S.35 7.50 7.00 6.40 6.00 Hides and Wool Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros., Inc., 308 Fifth Street Southwest. HOBSEMDES Horsenldes $2.50 ·GREEN BEEF HIDES Up to 25 Ibs -. ...... 4c 25 to 45 Ibs 3M:c: Mora than 60 Ibs. 3^jc Buii hides - 2c ·Cured hides half cent more a pound. (On above price half cent hlsner to wholesale dealers In wholesale lots.) Clear wool TM '?· Burry and chafjy wool l|c ID. Rejects «c b. Last year's wool ii;' Last year's burry and chaffy wool lac ID- WOOL -MARKET BOSTON. July 11. W)--U. S. departmcn. ° Tirade In the Boston wool market was very ,,ioderate and sales are scattered although occasionally transactions involved fair quantities. The bulk of the activity is on the finer western grown wool while other lines Uav- a few calls. 'Prices appear mostly steady, French combing 53s, 60s, i. bloort territory wool have been sold at price: that figure 5S cents scoured basis. Twelve month Texas wools arc reported moving al firm prices, mainly 70 to 72 cents scourc.l basis for average and 73 to i5 for choice clips. IOWA PUBLIC UTILlr-/ PREFERRED STOCKS. (By the Associated Press) Bid and asked on July li: Cent St El 7 pet pfd (S25 par) 6 Cent St P L 7 pet pfd 3"4 D M Gas S pet pfd ;00 par) 51 53 D M Gas 7 pet pfd (350 par) 49 53 Interstate Pow 7 pet pfd ..... 15 IS lows. Elec 7 pet pfd 15 loiva Elec 6ii pet pfd 14a Iowa El Lt Pow 7 pet pfd ... 61 64% Iowa El Lt Pow 6 pet pfd ... 59'A 63 Iowa. Pow Lt 7 pet pfd 94 97 Vj Iowa Pow £ Lt 6 pet ptd 87 90% Iowa Put Serv 7 pet pfd 70 73% 'owa Pub Serv 6 pet pfd 68 71% Iowa So Ut 7 pet pfd 49 N W Bell Tel 6,i pet pfd 114% US United Lt Rys 7 pet pfd 54 55 United Lt t Rys 6 pet pfd 51 5j HAND INJURED Miss Kay Shaffer, 850 First street northwest, has returned to her home, following treatment at the Park hospital Wednesday for a hand injury received when she fell. Her condition was reported good Thursday. WHEAT OFF CENT OR MORE FOR DAY Market Fails to Recover in Full From Severe Early Setbacks. CHICAGO,, July 11. CD--Notwithstanding trade assertions that the domestic southwest wheat crop has been officially over-estimated 40,000,000 bushels, wheat prices late today failed to recover in full from early severe setbacks. Throughout the day, the grain pits displayed unusual nervousness and registered many rapid changes in sentiment. Heaviest hedging sales of the season were a complicating factor, together with bearish effects of government crop estimates. Wheat closed unsettled, 1 to IVs cents under yesterday's finish, Sept 84 to 84 ,4, corn % to l'/i down. Sept. 74y 8) oats % to % off, and provisions varying from 5 cents decline to an equal advance. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN CHICAGO. July 11. [/Pi--Wheat, new No, 2 red "8»ifp795Ic tough: No. 3 red 6(W tcugn: No. 2 hard 93;ic; No. 2 yellow hard Sec; No. 2 dark hard new 90c; No. 2 red wcevily 62V-c; No. 2 mixed new totigi 78'ic. Corn, No. 2 yellow S6H®86%c: No. ] yellow S5ti85%c; No. 4 yellow Slftc; No. i white S8c. Oats, No. 2 white 3555 @36c; No. 3 white »ic. No rye. Buckwheat. No. 1, J1.25. No soy beans. Barley nominal feed 35®47c; malting 50»SOc. Timothy seed $4.90: new $4.75 cwt. Clover seed $13.S5«n8.25 cwt. · Lard, tierces 13.97; loose lard 13.92; bellies 17.42. Mason City Grain MASON CITY, July 11.-Barley 50-650 No. 2 yellow shelled corn, old..74c No. 3 shelled, new 72o No. 4, ear 65c White Oats, No. 3 25c THURSDAY GRAIN CLOSE CHICAGO. July 11. HI Eh Low .83% .84 Vi .52 .75 .63S WHEAT-July Sept Dec CORN-July Sept Dec. ....... OATS-July Sept. .. Dec RYE-July Sept Dec BARLEY-July Sept. ........... LARD-July ......13.90 Sept .13.75 Oct 13.50 Dec 12.65 BELLIES-July Sept 17.22 .81% .82 -80% .74 -62Vi .43 'r .44 .47B .41% .41K .45 13.70 13.47 12.62 C10S4 .83 3 .84 .84'.4 .85 Yi .85 « .si ··; .74% .633i .31% .33 « -43M .44 .47 « .47 V, .44 .43« 13.90 13.75 13.47 13.65 17.50 17.22 THURSDAY GRAIN OPEN. CHICAGO, July 11. U-- Open Close Today Yesterday .82 .52 .8354 .84 S .85 Vi Close Year Age .93* .94 « .96 Vi .53 !j .44% .45 Vi .69 H .70«i July .Sept Dec. CORN-July Sept. Dec OATS-July Sept Dec RYE-July Sept Dec. BARLEY-July - .... Sept LARD-July Sept Oct Dec. .'... BELLIEE- July Sept OMAHA GRAIN. OMAHA, July 11. \iT!--Wheat. No. 1 harij MV2c; No. 2 hard Sl'a8:B5c; No. 3 hare' 93c: No. 2 mixed 96c. Corn and oats, no sales. .13.90 .13.70 .Si's -75« .635, .33;i .32 .34 .44 ji .45 -1SS 13.90 13.70 13.47 12.70 17.50 17.20 9.77 10.00 KANSAS CITY GRAIN. KANSAS CITY, July 11. (AI-- Wheat 10S cars: 2 1 /. c lower to -He higher; No. 2 darh hard 51.01: No. 3. 51.01; No. 2 hard 92V=s 99c; No. 3. 92 U g 99 Vie; No. 2 red 87V4S SEc; No. 3 nominally S6U^TS9Vic. Corn 16 cars: Ic to IVc lower: No. 5 white nominally 87@S8V3C; No. 3 nominally S6y-(?SSc; No. 2 yellow nominally 87® · SSVic: No. 3 nominally SSVigSSc; No. 1 mixed nominally S5 J /i@S7c; No. 3 nomtnallj S4%(ifS6c. Cats 5 cars: unchanged to Ic lower; No 2 white nominally 38®40c; No. 3 nominallj S75T39C. jnKXEAPOLIS GRAIN. MINNEAPOLIS, July 11. i.^j-- Wheat 21 cars today compared 36 year ago; market l!ic lower. Cash: No. 1 northern S1.037»(51.05%; No. 1 dark northern 15 proteia Sl.OSi'a'l.ogTsI 14 protein Sl.OS'dS'l.OSli; 13 protein S1.04TJ ffll.OBji: 12 protein $1.03X!J'l.u5;i: fanci No. 1 hard Montana 14 protein 51.027s Q .04vs; to arrive Sl.02TsCi-l.04Ti; fancy No. 1 hard amber durum 51.04^1.10; fancy No. 2 hard amber durum S?-03®1.09; No. 1 red durum 76c: July 51.01 T a ; September 87Vic; December 87Vic. Corn. No. 3 yellow 79S^81Sc. Oats. No. 3 white 33 14 934 lie. That Boston bridge player who slapped his partner clear out of he! chair was a quick thinker. He saic a bee flew by. -- The Memphis Commercial Appeal. General .510.000 55,637 J3.000 51,000 53,000 58.949 59,285 Estimated Uxes per 51.000.00 of assessed value. SS.40. Number of persons of schcol a^e in the district. 1SS. Taxable Valuation '153 l Xoneys and Credits (193 ( »«··:·.-;· -v/i'--.«««*-.»«j»«»ft*^±-_

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