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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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RULE TO ADDRESS JUNIOR CHAMBER To Speak on "Lincoln" at Meeting at Eadmar on Monday Evening. . Arthur ii. Rule will give his well known address on "Lincoln" at the first February meeting of the Junior division of the Chamber of Commerce, which will he held at the Eadmar. hotel, Monday evening, Feb. 9, beginning with the usual dinner ab 6:30. Pupils from Miss June Barber's school of dancing will furnish entertainment. The address of Mr. Rule is expected to bring out a large attendance of the Junior body and President George Wolf stated Friday that members were invited to bring guests, telephoning the Chamber of Commerce before noon Monday if they desire to do so. Mr. Rule will deliver his address later In the week in Des Moinea before a joint session of the Iowa house and senate GIANfSlNAT NEW HAMPTON Gilkerson's Five D e f e a t s Chickasaw Band 36-27 in Easy Tilt. NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 6.--Gil- herson's Union Giants., defeated the New Hampton Independents 36-27 The game was slow, with the Giants leading all except the first quar- .ter m which the Independents were ahead 9-7 at the end. From that time on it was the Giants' game At the half they were leading by the score of 22-13. Robinson, tin- Giant forward,.is called "the Shadow and lived up to the name. Ha was high point man for the visiting team with 6 field goals and 1 free throw. , . As usual "Swede" Krieger was high point man, for New Hampton with 6 field goals and 5 free throws The score at the end of the third quarter was .30-19. Gilkerson's Union Giants will play the ChaHes City Athletic club at Charles City Saturday' night. MAD LAUGHTER A Thrilling Mystery Story By MILES BURTON (Continued I'rbnvComlc Pake). sergeant," he said. "Perhaps I'd better see him alone. I may be able to persuade him to unbosom his aching heart to me." The inspector entered the cell, and a smile appeared upon his face as his eyes beheld Ita occupant. But it was not until the sergeant had retired out of earshot that he spoke. "Well, I never! If it Isn't my old friend Pussy Herridge," he exclaimed. "Whatever brot you Into this part of the world, Pussy? There surely area't any cribs to crack In Pentonvlllo, are there? You didn't mean to break into the gaol by any chance, did you?" "I didn't mean to break Into anywhere, Mr. Brooks," replied Herridge earnestly. "You know me, sir, and you know I wouldn't be likely to do such a thing." "Oh, Pussy," I know replied you all Brooks. right, "You wouldn't dream of staining the white flower of a blameless life. But it's very thotless of you to carry those pretty little tools of yours about with you. They're so apt to produce a wrong impression. Especially as one of them has the marks of paint still on it. You might at least keep them clean." i Mr. Herridge, his eyes fixed Intently on the . Inspector, made no reply. His whole faculties were de voted to the task of discovering whether or not Brooks knew of his previous night's adventure. (TO BE CONTINUED.) DEMAND FOR FRESETPDRim N. HAMPTON-- 27 1. Krieger ..... . . Krieger ...... . Soli (center) C. Keating- .. S.Keating Schnurr Russell . Totala FG 6 0 0 3 ,.o 0 '. .0 o 9 FT 5 0 1 0 0 9 PF GIXKEUSON'S DN. GIANTS-- SO Robinson .... Rarnsay ..... Hall (center) Butler ....... Jones ....... Totals'..;... FG . . . 6 ...4 . . . 5 .. .0 . . . 2 ..17 FT 1 0 1 0 0 PF 2 0 2 1 SPELIERSML COMPETE HERE County Contest to Be He! in Courthouse Assembly Room Saturday. The annual Cerro Gordo coilntj school spelling contest will be hek in the assembly room of the.court house Saturday afternoon at o'clock, with R. W. Baton, Omaha spelling wizard, In charge. Representatives from many of th rural schools and from, all of thi town schools of the county are ex pected to take part in this event . The winner of the contest will bo entitled to compete in the interstate contest in the spring. FLOWS READY TO Referee: W. J. AVatera (I. S. T. SHEFFIELD WINS x DOUBkEHEADER. l ". SHEFFIELD, Feb. B.--Sheffield won a doubleheader from Geneva Thursday evening. The boys won 31 to 27 and the girls won 25 to 18. ROCK FALLS LOSES TO GBAFXON. ROCK FALLS, Feb. 6.--The Rock Falls Bears lost a hard fought basketball game to the Grafton Eagles 31 to 29 here Thursday evening. Rock Falls was ahead until the last half. Edle of Rudd referred. SVVEA CITY WINS AGAIN. ~ SVVEA. CITY, Feb. 6.--The Swea City Cardinals won their seventeenth straight victory at Ledyard Thursday when the five defeated the Ledyard: independents 39 to 23. Swea City was Jeading at the half 26 to 6. ' NEW HAMPTON . TO HAVE IOUK.NEY. NEW HAMPTON, Feb. 6. -- A junior high' school .basketball tournament will be held at New Hampton, Fen. 14, teams from Nashua, Alta Vista, Lawler, Fredericksburg and New Hampton will enter. This Is a county tournament. . Students in the seventh, eighth or l!i* Vind Causes Snow to Drift on Roads; Traffic May Be Hampered. Highway plows were' in readiness Triday afternoon to be called out by the low a State highway commission officials as the snow continued to pile up quickly on the roads Officials at Mason City, however stated that the plows would not be put to work Friday afternoon. It seemed likely, with increasing snow and an increasing velocity o! wind that the plows would be needed Saturday morninjj. Because of the lightness of the snow, it war said that a strong wind would re suit in heavy drifts in the rural districts. Friday afternoon the snow wa? beginning to drift in the country Since several inches- o£ snow hac fallen, starting. Friday morning, i waa believed that the drifts mighi soon be large enough to seriously hamper traffic. ' So far this winter, the show plowi have seen iittle action. They weri called out once but were only usec for a short time, Should drifts be come large, the highway commts slon is co\iipped to clear away th snow on the ma iu^highways quick PRICES 10 GENTS ABOVE THURSDAY Cattle Market Opens Without Quotable Change Values. CHICAGO, Feb. 6 (/P^Evidences of improvement In the demand for fresh pork in the principal eastern distributing centers was quickly reflected in the local hog market. Offerings of 187,500 during the first five days this .week decreased 14,000, tho 11 markets today had 8,000 more hogs than a week ago. Outsiders gave the market Its principal .'support at the opening and sales of 160-200 Ib. hogs at-?8@ 8.10 were. lOc higher than Thursday's average, rackers received 9,000 hogs on thru billing out of th fresh supply of 28,000 and the stal contingency consisted of 6,000. Cattle opened without quotabl change in prices. Offerings of 2,00' carried a light sprinkling of steer that had been grain fattened, bu no strictly choice kinds were in tfr pens. Packers had no directs anu seemed indifferent toward the plain class'Of stuff on sale. Receipts of Uv» mutton were Ugh enough to Justify a higher marke andithe return of the ?9 lamb. Sev eral^ loads of .choice fat medium weights were held above ?9, tiu early buyers were hesitant. Eleven principal markets had 29,700 sheep against 55,400 a week ago. Hogs closed with early 'advance mosll lost. cattle finished unchanged and ahee active, strong to 25c up. 275-600 Ita. J5.1008.10: stock pigs, »xyl and choice 70-130 Ibs. 3767.63. CATTLE 600; c»lve« 200; steady to strung on the few killing cattle ottered; itockera and feeder* slow; steers, good and choice 600-1100 Ibs. *7.75@12; 1100-1300 Ibl. Mtf 12; 3300-1500 tin. J8.26©11.50; common ana medium 600 Its. up S5«f8.25; heifers, good and choice 550-850 Ibs. S8.50S10; common and medium 850-850 Ibl. S4.254?6.7B; COWB, good and choice J(.5036.50: common and medium *3.50@4.60; low cutter ana culler J2.50S3.50; vealen (milk fed) medium to choice J5.60g.lO; cult ana common $3.sojr 5.30; atocker and feeder steers, good and choice al! weights) J6.50i78.25; common and medium all weights) Jig-a.75. SHEEP 5,000; Iambi mostly 10-250 higher; sheep steady; top fed lambs $8.25. Lambs, good and choice 80 Ibs. down S7.50 «Jg.S5; medium 90 Ibs. down fe.S087.SO; common, all weights $5.25S?B.50; ewes, med-, lum to choice 150 Iba. down S2.75jM.25. LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO, Feb. 0. un--Official estimated receipts tomorrow; Cattle, 200; hogs, 15,000; sheep, 3,000. . LIVESTOCK FOUECAST CHICAGO, Feb. 6.--Estimated receipts o( hogi, 12.000; cattle, 1.000; sheep, 4,000. Local Hogs MASON CITY, Feb. 6.--Bes sorted light, 180 to 230 IDS., ?B.90 best medium weight .butchers, 24 to 250 IDS., $6.50; best heavy butch era, 275 to 300 Ibs., 5G.20; b?s prime heavy butchers, 320 ' to 36 Ibs., S6.00; beat packing sows. 30f to 350 Ibs. $5.50; best heavy sow;. 360 to 400 Ibs. $5.30. Two Alarms Answered by Fire Departmeri Two alarms, one at 1224 Wash Ington avene northwest, and one at 603 Maryland avenue southeast were answered department Thursday evening. No damage was done at either fire..The first/at the' George Crawford home, was answered at 5:45 .o'clock and the freshmen in high school are eligible 5ec0 nd-at sas'o'clock was at the to compete. Sz j3on home. A trophy will be awarded to the winning team. Charles E. Blunt of Iowa State Teachers college, will referee. GOLDFIELD TO MEET UCVEBMORE FIVE. ·" GOLDFIELD, Feb. 6.--The Goldfield high school basketball team "Will clash with the Llvermore five on the local court Friday evenitig. These two teams recently played three overtime periods in a game at Livermore in whicfi the locals were victorious by the score 16 to 15. VIKINGS TO PLAY AT WEST UNION. DECORAH, Feb. 6.--The Decorah Vikings will play at West Union on Feb. 10, and the next home game Will be on Feb. 13, when they will meet New Hampton. The Viking's return game with Waukon which was to have been played at Waukon on Jan. 30, will be played sometime this month. Couldn't Bring Mother; Dies. OMAHA, Nebr., Feb. 6. UP-Mrs. Albert Nelson of Sioux City said her brother, Nils Bagnuson, 28, leaped 50 feet to his death here because he had not saved enough money to bring their mother here from Sweden. Railroad Builds 1,000 Refrigerator Cars TACOMA, Wash., Feb. 6.--An evidence of increased railroad material purchases and industrial activity was revealed today when one of the leading railroads of the Northwest announced that a new building 1 program in its shops here involved the construction of 1,000 refrigerator cars, the most expensive type of freight rolling stock. Orders for car materials for building these cars included 5,000.000 feet of lumber, 2,000,000 feet of balsam-wool flexible insulation, stee!, paint, hardware and other materials. The carg are for use in fruit and vegetable fast freight service from the Pacific Northwest to Mississippi Valley and Eastern markets. Have Joint meeting. CLEAR LAKE, Feb. 6.--Project leaders of Lincoln township No. 3 and the Colonial club members held a joint meeting at the home of Mrs. Charles Small Wednesday afternoon. About 35 persons were lerved dinner, members having their families as guests. "Food Preparation and Table Serving" was presented by Myrtle Coe and Mrs. A. I. Shook, CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. CHICAGO, Feb. e. un--u. B. depnrtmcc of agriculture-HOGS 28,000, 9,000 direct; 10-llSc higher blda on heavies up lesa; packing BOWS steady to lOc hl E n«r; bulk 140-200 Iba. $7.90 OS.10; top J8.10: 210-310 Ibj. 56.75®7.90; plea I7.05®8; packing sows t5.7Sfe6.iJ5 Light light, good and choice 140-160 Ibs. S7.OOSS.10; light weight 160-200 Ibs. »7.85B 1.10; medium weight 200-220 Ibs. 57.lOfTa; leavy weight 250-350 11)3. 58.50^7.25; pa'ch- nff aows, medium and sood, 275-300 Ibs 5.75^6.25; ilaushter pigj, g( jod and choice 00-130 Ibs. S7.25®8. CATTLE 2,000; calves 1,000; mostly teady market; she ctock and lower grade tiers comprising bulk of run; moat Bhort ed steera J7.7SS9.50; best J10; heavy fat cows and weighty helfen very dull, but other classes she stock gcttlae; moderate al- tho uneven outlet. Slaughter cattle and vealera: Steers, eood and choice 600-900 Ibs. $9 ®12.50; 000-1100 Ibs. Sfl.25S12.50; llll'J- ; 1300 Ibs- S9.25JM2.50; 1300-1500 Ibs. JJS.25© ' 12.5u; common and medium 600-1300 Iba. SG©9.25; heifers, good and choice 550-B5U Ibs. 3Q.25£10; common' and medium S57; cdws,"*good-nnd choice '3;4.QO@(S.30; comm^a and medlum'53.50@4.5p; low cutter and cutter J3(g3.73; hulls {yearlings excluded) good and choice ( b e e f ) $4.7506; cutter to medium 57JS; cull and common .55(37. Slocker and feedtT catUe: Steers, good and choice. 500-1030 Iba.' *788.75; common and medium S5.25«f7. SHEEP 8,000; active; fat lambs mostly 15S£5c higher; sheep strong: feeders nominal: Bum good to choice lambs S8.00®8.05; early top 58.75; oome held higher; fat ewes $3.509-4.50; slaughter sheep and lamba, lambs BO Ibs. down good and choice 58.00®" 0.00; medium $7.00@8.00:. 91-100 Ibs. medium to choice SG.To^a.SS; all -welellta* common 55.50@7.00; ewes 00-150 Ibs. medium lo choice $3.00j4.EO; all weights, cull and common $l.SOr$3.50;' feeding lambs 60-73 ibi. good and choke 57.SOBS.00. O.MA1IA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA, Feb. 6. W)--ir. s. dlepartmenl of agriculture-- HOO3 18.000, 165 direct; light hogs mostly steady; medium and strong weight butchers steady to lOc, higher; top S7.55 on 180. 180 Ib. lights; 100-200 Ib. weights 57.25Jj 7.50! 200-230 Ib. butchers $7®7.25; 230-2CO Ib. averages S6.80g7: 200-310 Ib. weights Se.239fl.BI); packing sows JS.50.53.S5; average cost Thursday 56.61, weight 253. CATTLE 1.100; .all. classes generally steady ^wltli some strength on lower gradn cows; bulk fed steers and yearlings '57@8' few lota and odd head up to $9.50; one loa. 1,147 Ib. slccrs J10; heifers mostly 55.508 6.80; bulk beef cows J3.75@5; cutter grade «3©3.7S; .m«llvim bulls 54®4.25; pracllca top vealers 58.50. SHEKP 4,000; Iambi steady to 25c high or; sheep and ' feeders steady; bulk fei wooled lambs 85-94 IbB. J8.1SWS.25; lui 58.30; 107 Ib. Iambs- $7.05; one load fe- clipped lambs 95" Ib. average J7.35; 2 cars ewes 127 Ibs, $4.50;-no choice feeding lambs on offer. Representative Sales CHICAGO. Feb. 6. IjTi--Representative sales selected by the U. 3. department of ogrlcultun Steen 24 19' 11 18 12 39 24 11 14. 13 1284 1177 1029 992 1092 1188 1151 1059 sro 809 CATTLE. . Heifers-10.00 31 778 9. CO 22 780 14 810 Cowj HeavywelRht-- 8.75 8,30 8.25 4 1210 8.00 10 1302 7.7B 7 574 7.25 11 801 6.75 720 6.55 HOGS. ' Light Weights-64 312 6.5S 82 195 7.1 318 6.15 64 188 «1 286 6.30 88 180 51 278 6.90 68 171 42 268 7.00 03 163 83 254 7.10 Light Lights- Medium Weight^-- 34 153 67 247 7.20 67 152 02 238 7.30 38 146 59 Z30 7.40 53 138 .34 ' 223 7.6U 84 132 35 316 7.-/0 · v72 205 7.85 SHEEP. Native Lambs-- Fed Westerns-- 6.00 5.0D . 3.50 3.00 8.110 a.10 8.00 7.80 8.00 8.10 8.0(1 7.SU 63 114 21 54 J I T 200 41 102 212 31 !7 te 14 10 82 89 80' 76 CO 83 83 81 92 74 70 67 73 70 8.65 242 8.75 238 8.60 229 8.50 443 8.4U 213 8.'10 234 8.33 8.25 8.15 6.0(1 7.75. 7..10 7.00 6.50 158 Fat Ewi 12 130 23 128 6 155 8 1S9 22 128 8,85 S.53 4.00 3.50 3.00 Hog Markets SNOWS LEAD TO SLUMP IN GRAIN Reports of Storms Sweeping Eastward Cause Wheat to Break. CHICAGO, Feb.. 6. WJ--Late reports that snow-storms were awbep- icg eastward from the Rockies oh a 2,000 mile front turned\gratn prices suddenly downward today near the finish of trading. The storm was fesld to extend from Edmonton, Canada, to Amarlllo, Texas. Indications of general- drought relief caused wheat to break-more than 2 cents from the day's top point Wheat closed irregular ' We lower to «c .higher. ..compared with yesterday's Traders on the buying side of Com future deliveries said tho market was still confronted with extraordinary crop shortage, and that any decided enlargement of shipping demand would, lift prices In .a. hurry. 11 was also asierted that shipping demand: altho small, compared favorably wllh Ihe raoderale volume of current marketings. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN. , · CHICAGO, Fob.. 6. Un--Wheal, No. 2 red 2 hard V8K©70c; 79Vic; No. l mixed 79c. _ ^c; No. northern spring .Cord.'No. 3 mixed 62S64c; "No. 4mlxe1 6054^61540; No. 5 mlMd 5985954c; No. 1 yellow. 63 @OB Vic; No. 3 yellow B2Q.R4 V,c: No. A yellow 60ff625Sc: No. 8 white 50® 60V4c; No. 2 white'675Sc; No. 3 white 655i S67Vic; NO. * white 6354 ®«4c . Oats. No. 1 while 3354c; No. 2 while 33«gKc;'No. 4 white 32«c. Timothy seed $8.75^9. Glover seed $14?i'21.75. Lard SB; ribs $10,75; bellies »10.25. MASON CITY GRAIN Barley MASON CITY, Feb. 6 Oats. ......... . ............... 23c Shelled corn, No. 4 ____ , ....... 47 O Ear corn .......... .... ..... . .44 C GrainFutures FKI0AJT OHAIN CLOSE. By THE ASSOCIATED MIES8 Hog prices at Iowa market] Friday: CEDAB RAPIDS--Prime JIOE»: Mediums 56.80@7; heavies ja.30®8.60; Ilshta JTjr 7.20: packers JS.35W5.7S. PES MOINES--2,800: 5 to lOc higher: lme lights 36.95^7.35; prime mediums $8.50^7; prime ticvtes $6.X5tT6.7S: good ackers 55.25^5.90. . OTTUWVA--lOo" hlsher; 120-130 Ibs. 5.10: 150-170 Ibs. 5«.50; 170-220 Jbj. S7.05; 20-230 Ibs. -S8.80; 250-300 Ibs. S0.50: 30050 Ibs. $6.20; over 350 Ibs. 55.90; good ackers S5.70; fair packers tt.10. WATERLOO--Prime hogs i8.GO[j?0.90; mediums .««ga.60i heavies J5.705T6; pack- de- COMBINED HOQ RECEIPTS. DES MOINES, Feb. 8. [AV-U. S. artznenl of agriculture-- - ' Combined hog receipts at Si concontraUnn ards and flve packing plants located In ln- crlor Iowa, and 'southern "MhSneaotarfor-tho' ·1 hour period ended at 10 a, m. today weru 23.400 compared with 32.000 a week BKO. Unevenly steady to 15c higher; mostly tronc to lOc higher; bulk ot 170-230 Ibs. B.8S5?7.30; some stations paying up to 7.40 and slightly higher for 160-100 Ih. relghts; 250-280 Ib3. mostly SS.ZS"Tn.S5; big welRht butchers selling down to $6. QuolaUons for good and choice: Light ights, 140-160 Ibs. SS.73?P7.40: light .·eights. 180-180 Ibs. S6.755'7.40; 180-200 bu. S8.75W7.-tfl; medium weights. 200-220 hj. SS.75®7.35; 230-250 lb». 36.50^7.15: leavy welqhls, 250-200 Ibs. S9.25Sf-B.SO; 28050 Ib*. JOHI6.55. Good packlon sows. 275-350 Ibs. $5.500" i.OO: 350-425 Ibs. J5.40ST5.75; 425-550 Ins. I5@5.50. CORK-Mar. o l d . , , new.. May old... n e w . . July Sept. WHEAT-Mar. old new.. , O l d . . . CHICAGO, Feb. 6. l May HOQ FUTURES. CHICAGO, Teh. 6. .TJ -- Hit; futures: Grade .TGHTS-- Ottered April ..................... May ................... ... MEDIUMS -March ____ ................ 8.75 April .................... . HEAVIES -.larch ................ ....7.25 8.35 8.5(1 8.50 SOOTH ST. PAUI, LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL, Feb. 6. .UK-- U. S. de parUncnt of agriculture-CATTLE 1,500; opening «low; firm early sales steady; several cars of long yearlings considered salable around 58.25; bulk a! weights 58 down; bulk' ot butcher heifers JMiO.25; cows S3.75@4.50; bulls slow, a tew up to 54:25; bulk 13.75@4: feeders and stockers dull. Calves 2,000; vealers fairly steady considering Improved quality; good grades largely S8; choice offerings mostly 510. HODS 13,000; few tales steady to strong; ipotj 5 to IOC higher; a few 150-220 Ib. weights J7.15®7.50; early top J7.50; S2n- 250 Ib. weights J0.53@7.15; 250-350 Ibs. ?Q.35ft-G.50 and better; sows mostly 55.75^ C; bulk pigs S7.75; average cent Thursrtav 56.88; weight 230. SHEEP 2,000; opening fafrly active, strong to 25d higher on fat lambs; early sales fed westerns to shippers 58.25. SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CIT7. Feb. 6. m-- U. S. depart- m e n t of agriculture-CATTLE 1,000: calves 100; slow, belt steers and yearlings and she stock barely steady; bulls dull; stockers and feeders weak: few good yearlings and load medium weight beeves 50; scattered lots sjiort feds mainly 58.45 down; load 675 Ib. snort fed heifers »7; bulk 53.75W4.50; practical veal- er top 58.50; few medium bulls above 54. HOGS 1S.OOO, ea«y trade active to shippers on 160-210 Ib. butchers 10-iSc higher: very little done 'on other weights; packers naclive! packing sows and stock pigs steady; 180-190 Ib. averages largely 57.25SS '.30; top 57.CO: 200-210 In. weights 57.15ff '.30: most packing sows 55.50®5.85. SHEEP 3,000. 600 direct; very little done; 3dd lots desirable .fat wonleA lambs 57.75; about steady; generally asking stronger for then-or 58 and above; aged sheep steady; eslrablc fat ewes 54; feeding lambs quoted teady. . KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK. KANSAS ClTY r Feb. 6. l,n-- U. B. le- inrtment of agriculture-lions 3,000; 350 direct; strong to mostly Oc higher. Top 47.70 on 140-160 Ibs.; goo.i nil" choice 140-180 Ibs. 57.35^7.7(1; 180-20(1 hs. S7..15«f7.r,5; 200-220 Ibs. 57.25 «7.60; 20-250 Ibs. 5fi.»0@7.50: 250-2SO Ibs. 36.601r .10; 290-350 Ibs. 5.3.356.7G; packing now* MISCELLANEOUS TOTATO MARKET CHICAGO, Feb. fl. fn--TJnllcd States department of agriculture-Potatoes 95, on track 236; total U. S. shlpmenui 853; dull, Iradlng slow; sacked per cwt., Wisconsin round whites 51.35(3 1.40; fancy $1.4a@1.50: ungraded Jl.20^ 1.25; Idaho russets No. 1. $1.70(91.75: new.. July Sept. ...... OATS-Mar. old... new. . May o l d . . . new.. July RYE-Mar. old.... May old.... new... July LAUD-Mar. May July ...... BELLlBE-- May .:..... July High -05 H .65% .66 »i .67H .67% .6754 .70!i .79«i .34 .34 .3354 .39 Vt .4014 .41 .. 8.12 .. 8.25 .i- 8.37 Low .63% -03H .05 .6551 .65% -85-X .79 Ki .79% .82 .83 H -66S -8.VH .33% .3354 .37% .3814 8.07 8.15 8.'30 Close .63 W . .'66 .68 S .6611 .79-4 .79^ .8211, .65 »i .33i .33i .33% .3711 .39!4 .40 '/i .40 Vi 8.12 8.25 ; : 8.37 : 10.30 10.40 Market Notes Blf TICKER TATE ' Railroad buying on a normal EC*I Is all that la needed to bring about 00 to -70 per cent operations in the steel Industry.- The carriers have been holding purchases down to - minimum , requirements for some time, not only of rolling ilock but of material for maintenance of way work. An example of this la found In the report of January freight car. awards which totaled only about 100 units, Ihe smallest for any month on record. - -. In.splta of the dearth of railroad Inquiries and orders, the steel industry has been Increasing production schedules weekly since Jan., 1. In Uie last few weeks the gains amounted to only 1 or 2 per cent but production of.Ingots has Increased from 20 per cent durlne Ihe holidays to an average foi the Industry of about 48 tier-cent last week. STOCKS MOVE WITHIN · « ' '"« w ""' NARROW LIMITS Altho several of the specialty Issues have show substantial gains since the beginning of -the year the main body of stocks has moved within an unusually narrow range. It Is this situation which has provided Ihe basis for the belief In some ouar ters thai the market Is not ready for a sus ta|ned advance, it ibelng felt that any rt« would have to be led by the standard Issue rather than the specialties. From Ihe begin nlng of the year up until the close Wed nesday. the Dow-Jones industrial avorait showed a net gain of about B.55 points th equivalent of about threo points in the gen era! list. American Can at the close Wed nesday. for Instance, was up only 2ji nnfnl from the close of 1830Anaconda 35i, Na Uona.1,Biscuit 1H, and United States-Stee 1%. .These nominal changes are In deep con trnst to the performance of Eomo of th specialty issues, which of course have been aided by short-covering and their relative] ceptlble to relatively wide swings Auburn has gained 37 points since the close of 193o Festtr-Whceler 13 ttni worthington Pum 24. Vanadium and J. L case have not kep pace wllh. (he upward movement In' thl Kroup; the current prices .showing losses o i_j an l Z ^ Points, respectively, for the per lod. Case, In -which there Is a short Interes estimated 1 at more than 50,000 shares, wa traded In to the extent of close lo 600,001 shares'in January, or nearly three times th total cariltallzatlon. FIRM BULLISH ON GENERAL MOTORS ' A consistent demand for General Moton corporation itock It making Itself apparen even In the present hesllanl market, accord ing to E. A. Pierce and company, who say in market advices that a Ions ranee estl. mate pun General Motors' earnings this yea mni. , a «'»55 re M com P ired w »h an estl mate of 53.17 a share for 1930. Genera Motors Is. a n underlying consllluent o f - P u n dnmenlal Trust Shares, a fixed Invostmon trust sponsored by E. A. Pierce and com STOCKS ON RISE AS BEARS COVER Shorts Discouraged by Lack of Responsiveness in Market. JTEW YORK, Feb. 6. UP--Bears were quickly discouraged'with the ntock market's lack of 'responsiveness and share prices recovered as they brot back the stock sold short. Professional bullish activity was resumed in some of the specialties and advances of a point or two were numerous. Important buying failed to appear, just as yesterday's decline failed to attract any selling The .Caterpillar Tractor company In 1930 bad net earnings after all charges of SB llv'^l' Z W * 1 '° $1 ' 63 a 8har ? on the 1. Ba^,*4U snares of common stock outstanding This compares with a net of $ll,600.d48 In 1929, or J6.1B a snare. Earnings of the company exceeded those ot 1028 when the tola was -ia.lSO.83T. Report of the year', opera- tlona was made by the president of the company. B. C. Heacock. at yesterday's annual meeting. ting. CONSTRUCTION INVESTMENT TRUST IS PLANNED '··'' *« of a financial i n i i · · n a n c a institution t o . b e known as the Cohstrucllon Investment Trust, Ihe purpose of which TM to provide funds required for bulldlns; not now available from Ihe banks, has been unanimously endorsed by the Building Material Dealers association of Chicago DI- rectors of that association have been authorized to co-operate with all other units in Ihe conslructlon field In completing organ!- GRAIN OPEN CHICAGO, Feb. 6. Close Yr. Ago. CORN-Mar. Told new.. . May old.... new... July Sept WHEAT-Mar. old.... n a w . . . May old 1.20% new '· * July Sept. ...... OATS-Mar. old... new.. May old... new.. July P.YE-- Mar. old;.. new., May old... new.. July 1.A.RD-- ' Mar May July ...*... BELLIES-May July ...... .91% .03% 1.16V4 1.21% 1.24. .4654 . .83 '·' .8454 '. .84% ..iiios .11.20 .11.42 .13.67 .13.95 Close Open Tes'cl'y. Today. -63VI .6354 -63'A -63H .65 .65 .65% .85% -66V4 .asv, .8514 / .65«J . .70% .7DM, .76Mt .7BH .82 .82 .S3U .83% .67 .87 .«5H ,B5« .3354 .3354 .3314 .3354 .33% .33^1 . . .32% .33',!, .38!4 .3854 .1014 .4l) S.n 8.07 S.15 8.15 S.30 8.32 10.30 10.30 10.50 · 10.40 fancy shade higher: poor SI.65; Colorado McClures branded J1.SO1.83. . MINNEAPOLIS FLOUR. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 8. (/TH-Flour unchanged. Shipments 33,320. Bran JH.SOtp IS; standards middlings S12..10S13. HAT MARKET. CHICAGO., Feb. 6. (fl^Hay, unchanged, receipts 10 cars.' NEW YORK SUOAR. -NEW YORK. Feb. 6. (/TH-Haw sugar unchanged at 3.30C- for spots; raw futures net unchanged to 1 point higher; refined unchanged at 4.70c for fine granulated. TOLEDO SEEDS. TOLEDO, 5b. 6. l/n--Seed unchanged. Decorah Students Will Give Declamatory Talks DECORAH, Feb. 6.--The annual dome declamatory contest will be held tonight in the high school auditorium at 8 o'clock. The following will speak: Oratorical: Alan Moen. Patrick O'Shea, Norman Owen; dramatic, Frances Graham, Dorothy Hall, Mary Jane Price; hu- ! morous: Evelyn Benda, Marjorie Kerinard. Janice Relf. | Special music will be furnished by :he Decorah high school orchestra and the Girls' quartet MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb'. 6.' (*»-- Wheat-- 162 cars compared to 230 a year ago. Market unchanged, cosh-- No. I northern ana No. 1 dark northern 12, 13, U and 15 per cent 73%@77!ic: No. 1 dark hard MonUna 1« per cent and to arrive' 73SJ75%c; No 1 amber durum 7154W73'.4c; No. 2 amber dur- iim~6854@7Hjc; No. I red durum 615!c; May 76%c; July 73c. Corn-- No. 3 yellow B5545?5754c. Oato -- No. 3 white 20«i(ff 29HC. Barley-- 30 Hye-- No., . Flix-- No. 1. $1.5fl@1.75. LAMSON BROTHERS GRAIN LETTER GRAIN MARKET REVIEW. |.W story wT.^ with a. short time before the close, of » ist a. snowstorm was sweeplnc east- n a 2,000, mile front and carrying a promise of drought relief,, broke wheat about two Cents, thereby eroding all r.^rtlr" 1 up tc " lat tlme ' Thl! otorm was reported as extending southward from Edmonton. Alberta, to -Amarlllo, Texas and that snow Is falling steady In parts ol North and still lacks confirmation. Consensus of ~V r ...^ 1 "'. rtI '_,.""* J'teiToon covering much of this territory shows that Iowa was the only section receiving. snow. Eastern Kansas had a little rain. The forecast is for nun or snow tonight or tomorrow over UIB major portion of the grain belt, but If It Is not realized.- we expect wheat to make recovery of the losses of today. Foreign tnar- kcts were firm. Not much was heard of export business, CORN'--An oversold condition became apparent In corn early and the market ad- vanccd about as a result of short cover- Ing. The advance was In sympathy with the V strength in wheat and belief that unfavorable weather would curtail movement. A con. slderablc Increase In outside Interest woa noted. The bulge · naturally b r o t - I n much larger offerings by the country. About 100. 000 bushels was reported booked to arrive mainly from the interior. The futures markf broke with wheat near the close; but net losses were of no significance. Look for a trading market tomorrow, with trend die tated by weather news. Liverpool'due at I'aC lower. Produce KANSAS CITY CHAIN. KANSAS CITY. Feb. 6. (/Pt--Wheat--195 cars; unchanged; No. 2 d n r X hard 70S70Vc: No. 3. OOKc: No. 2 hard 695?60Wc; No.~3, fl8«r68V«c; No. 2 red nominally 7154ffi73c; No. 3. 70-fp71c. Corn--05 cars; up H©ic: No. 2 while nominally 56ijr60c; No. 3. 58K(ff57vlc No 2 yellow nominally 58Mff3914c; No. 3. 55'.4 i?57'.Sc; No. 2 mixed nominally 65S!S6c; No. Oats--Two cars; unchanged; No. 2 white nominally 34«»33c; No. 3 nominally 3KD OJIAHA OBAIN. OUAILA, Feb. 6. (/Tl--Wheat--Hard No. 1, 69®69Ke; No. 2, 6814«J69c; durum smutty No. 4. BlKc; mixed No. 2. 67V4C. Corn--White No. 3, B8$4c; yellow No. 3, Oats--White No. 3, MASON CITY, Feb. 6.-Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse, EGGS .(current recaintai ... . n, POUI.TRV Spring chickens, heavy breed, general run 140 Stags ,'.'.'l2(- Leghorns, spring lie Heavy hens, 414 ]bs ,13 O Light hens ] Old cocks, heavy g c Ducks- g c Geese ....' '.'.'.'.'. 7c Mercbnnts Quotations! Eggs, la trade ,12c Eggs, cash i Butter, Plymouth '.'.'.'.'34c Butter, Clear Lake '. sic Butter, State Brand Butter, dairy '20c Potatoes 40c and 50c a pecli rnonucE FUTURES. CHICAGO, Feb. 6^ -71--Egg futuref closed: Fresh graded firsts, February 15»itf lt«: storage packed, April 18%c Butter futures.closed: storage standards. Feb. 23c; do. do, March 23c; fresh standards, June 25Kc. Watches Operation on Himself. CRESTON, Feb. 6. JF--Dr. J.' W. Coakley yesterday brot his professional interest, and a cigar to the operating room, even tho he was he patient. With a local anasthe- tic, and smoking his cigar, he watched doctors perform a major operation on himself. HIDES Quotation!! furnished by Wolf Bra*. SOS Fifth street souttnvrwt Horse hides 51.75-$2.00 Cured beef hides 4o Green beef hides 30 House Palis,on lowan. IOWA CIT3T, FeB. 6. (^)--John J. Geffeller, 44, was'killed when his house, which he was raising on jack screws, yesterday slipped and fell on him. His widow and two children survive. CHICAGO, Feb. 6. t,T-- Butter 8,890; J t c n d y ; prices unchanged. EKKS 14.654; weak; extra firsts I7c- fresh Graded flrsu 16c; ordinary firsts !4®l5c. ' POULTBV -- Poultry-- Alive. 1 CHICAGO. Feb 8. . . . -- . car; 8 trucks; easy; fowls 17ST1854c; nprlncs 24c; roosters I5c; turkeys 25c; ducks 22c- Beese He. NE57 VOaK rBODUCE. NEW YORK. Feb. B. t/PI-- Butter 12703- firm. Cheeae 32,087: Heady. EBBS 38.687; steady. Mixed colors, recu lar packed medium firsts ' ' ss c.' , Nearby ' white mediums, regular packed 20W21c; Pacific coast while, extra first 23 02-1 He, ' Poultry-- Dressed Irregular. Turkeys, fresh 34W43C: frozen 33lf42c. Poultry -- Alive, Irregulnr; broilers by express 259T38C; fowls, express KANSAS 1'ITY . K A N S A S CITY, Feb. fl. (.11 -- Eggs, J4. 05. Other produce unchanged. r of consequence, but a tew sensitive ,' c issues displayed considerable buoy- ss ancy. ' J- Such stocks as XI. S. Steel, Amer- 5 j lean Telephone, Westinghouse Elecie trio, Liggett and Myers- B, Ameri- J- can Tobacco B, Borden, Diamond ^ Match, International Match, Coca »- Cola, Montgomery Ward, American ei Machine and Foundry, and East,,_ man, advanced -1 to 2 points. Auie burn shot up 8 points, in one of its " wild moves, and Worthington gain- l. ed 3. American Smelting eased a n point. °- The list appeared to be fifovernecl p P largely by. internal conditions, for is news developments were, not of an of impelling character. The further jj reduction in brokers' loans, while u amounting 1 to only $18,000,000, was o of course a good omen, as indicat- ' log no letup in the strengthening of -fundamental market conditions. Bankers' acceptance rates were TM cut % of one Tier cent again today, !. making- reduction of % of one per y cent since the first of .the year, - and recording new lows in the his. tory of the dollar acceptance mar- ii ket. For short maturities, the new · rates are 1% to 1% per cent. Other . credit"- rates were unchanged. Curb Market " NEW YORK. Feb. 8. (VTJ--Tfae c.irh ma 1 ket today was inclined to 'resume ihe Us . Interrupted by yesterday's reaction, but Ih e Improvement was spotty -and most notlc . able in specialty shares. Th e Bteatl y tone of th e early deal! n ^ influenced covering which accelerated the pace of trading for a brief period, - . b u ( failure of the utilities to" show atrengl n checked the rally and the market revertc s to tts familiar characteristic, dullness. t Vacuum Oil was a feature, rising n points to above Go In a. substantial turn - over. Standard Oil of Nebraska dropped couple of points but was Inactive." Gu · Ranye higher, but General Petroleum weak. 1 ened. Brlak covering Id Technicolor rallied th Jtock about 2 points. There were gains o. Lhe same extent In Mead Johnson, Asso elated Rayon preferred and Aluminum o America, while Loew's Debenture Rights Dresser "A" and Nbranda firmed fraction fllly. Gorham. Inc., preferred waa heavy The Ford shares and American Cyanamt* "B" were steady. Utilities made little or no progre3s abov Thursday's closing prices and were compara vely inactive. Investment trusts lagged Call money renewed at 2 per cent. Bosid Market NEW YORK, Feb. 6. (/TV-Small fractional advances thruout the Investment list ;ave the bon d market a firm appearance oday. The volume of business showed some 1m- rovement and on the whole the performance of the market attested to the opinion of traders that Investors, both corporate an-l individuals, have recovered from tlie b8l :ase of nerves Induced by agitation for pay f n p a huge siira to World wop veterans'. The banking world was convinced: that the decline In United States Rovernmenta ami he sympathetic reaction In other domestic londa was due solely to brightened I [quid a Ion. - · With confidence- boLntered' governments have recovered vigorously. Trading In the ^raup wns less active today but prices moved rlghcr altho gains were not as larpe as m -recent sessions. Hiqh grade ralKi and uttJi- tles advanced \' f or Vi of a point. Money market conditions were very favorable, and tnc day brot a further reduc- llon In hankers acceptance rates In an effort to attract more bllla. CLOSING BOND QUOTATIONS NEW YORK, Feb. C. (/T 1 )-- United States government bonds closet^ Liberty 3'4s 101.10. First 4!is 102.28. Fourth 4 V i S ion. 24. Treasury 4V'iS 112,2. . 1VKEKE.Y LIVESTOCK CHICAGO, Feb. 6. i,Ti -- Unltcrl States rte- pnrtment of agriculture weekly livestock review- -CATTLE -- Compared -week ago: areaner supply strictly good and choice fed steers seailnB 1250 Ibs. upward about steady; comparable grade lighter weight offerings and yearlings weak to 25c lower. sJ( lower grade steers closing, 25^590 o f f ; very uneven market, undertone continuously bearish; weekend 1 upturn forced -by eastern shippers who found weighty steers too scarce; short feds of value to sell at J9.50 downward predominated In run, and with stackers and feeders tn narrow demand common and medium light steers Jn killer flesh got ' no support from below, the replacement market helnc generally 25?30c o f f ; yearling heifers 25® SOc lower for week; caws steady to 25c off' bulls 15f?25c lower, vealers $1.00372.00 down; extreme top fed steers 511. 75 on yearlings and $11-40 on weighty bullocks; bulk ST.fiO'SO.TS, average cost steers and yearlings approximately 58.50 compared with 512.25 a year a so . HOGS -- Draggy fresh pork market main bearish factor Jn live trade; tuippltes slightly reduced; compared one week ago: Weights below 220 Lbs. weak to lOc lower, heavier weights 15tfi 25c lower* packing sows mnatty 2Sc o f f : week's top $8.05. closing top 18.00- bulk 240-200 Ibs. $T.75ff?8.00, plain kinds down to 57.50; 210-230 Ibs, $7.2:fli7,75- 230-250 Ibs. S7.OOCT7.3fi; 2SO-320 Ibs $6.flt)«' 7.00; few 350-100 Ibs. SB.301G 50' pigs J T-50 ffT 7. 85. plal n hinds $7. 00 and below · packing sows S5.75fr6.00. few to $6.25. SHEEP-- Compared with last Thursday'* seasonal hlRh point. Fat lambs and yearlings TSctt 51.00 lower, spots off .more; fat ewes and feeding lambs 2Stf?30c lower; clos- Ins trade generally very dull; top dropped from JO.fiOtfrO.QO e ftr iy during the calendar week and finally $8.85; Thursday's, bullet · pood and choice lambs 04 Ibs. down $MQ@ 1.25 to packers, outsiders SS.40f?a 6fi · few heavier weights 57.75«?8.00; native bucks S7.00ff7.25: fat ewes $3.00@4.25; feeding ambs J7.7508.00. »ce»mg Is Injured in Fall, DUMONT, Feb. 5,-- Mrs. Joe Manifold. 72, slipped in the cold air register in her house nnd suffered torn ligaments in her hip. Her husband died Jan. 1. Raymond Zack, highway commissioner, was in Qsage Friday for ha county letting of bridge, lum- er and piling contracts. Atl KCI wvs, Kat ch R e g ' A " 3 5 M Auburn 149% p^ a ^ Dairy '· 43*4 \ v l n t l n n C o r p *}i Na t Pow I, 33Vi TM ' ' io'/3 Mn t T(a' I7^t ?±^"Jiv A =nil N Y ctmrai" iilii BeS f St ·/ 52V? S Y S N ^ H R TM* Rorten 69% *° *» " a : Srt E y Varn J?S oSv^, °5^ S^UW . 11* 5"V» * B . «» Ca! Hecla 8% £ acka ^ .. .??? ·Can Dry 33% p!ira . Pub *? Can Pao 42 K Paths · .?-· Cnae 92^ Penlck Ford 43 Cerro dc Pasco 7T Penn 61% C.hes 0 « -Phil Pet ' 12« Chlo Gt W ti^l PIHs Fl . 2S C t N . W 4H4 Proc 4 Qam 6»" C 'n I F 59 Pub Serv -N J SQ Chrysler ' 16 a l Pullman ' , -54'iv Coca Cola ' 160H : Radio ', 16H Co] Fuel ir 24 Rad K o · 19« Col C E · 36« Heading 87* n it Et P 7% iiom Rani 15-H r: ir st P pea m* nco . svi Col Grapiio 8^ Rep Sti 16% Coml Solv I T U Rcy Tob B " 45H Comwlth So »"·', P.oy Dutch 40H Concoleum B% f;t t, San F 54, ,, Cocsol Gas 91 '.S r-ars R- 51S Contl Can 51". i ni ,-( u · 9 ^ Contl lys / 4734 :. lrumons . 1T ,., Conll Mot 2~. ···r-cialr 1- *1 Corn Prod 80-V, '''-'..iiv ini C r i f T ^ f l v jtn'. ..clly AU fs ?;'ti?; Twr i'" " ij rnc 104 * 'lUre pfd 2? ~'' Pr Sus 13I *» ^onT S?^ ^-""Bnta li« ^""Imati Tsni 1 ' " : t G B . 61% ·· row L 4,-y -;t on cai 43 rr|e · D i 7 J; « Oil N J 47^a ·rilii · 30 ^ !!l Oil N Y 24" "nv Film A ill- "-cw Warn 15*" C r M El 4r-' Stono Web 39.^ ·" 'n Foods *iZV t ' *^ e 21 f n Motors 38':, ."«?or!or Oil 154 ·· Pub Ser ar'" Te;c Ctr P 32 ^ ·i'!"", sv.v Tex Gulf Sul 50 · ' · b-1 ^4 Tim Holl B 46.. ': -M Dust 3.1% UniM Corb 'S9% 'Ircflrlch KJI/, tin I'ac 14S15 "loslyi-ar 4 l i f e U.nlt Alrc 284 ""nh Paige 4V. Unit CIc 4",". Oranby 1B Unit Corp 2ovl Or No Ry ntd fi7W Unlt G E 2S5j 0 N rr Ore ctfs 20" u s Ind Alc 53 Gt W Sucar 0'7 U S Rub 13.51 Orlff Grun . 3W U S Steel . 139H Hahn 7?? Kt P Lgt A 26 7 T3rtinan B 41^ Vanadium 49M Houston 30 Vi \''abash ' 17^? Hudson I9i'. ' Ward Bak A ,~i« H"PP Ri.1 Warn PU '· , III Cent g« W Marv jv. Ind Ref 4./, West Air 3» ' Int Comb Eng a\t, West E Rfg 80%i IntKHar 5, K \villys Ov 5? Int Nick Can 14 ^^'oolv.·ortb ertvi I 7 ^ 27 \VrlKley Ku\t. Kn°* M0 * nv ° 2 Yoll Tr W* K C So 40-y, Youns S W- 22^ cincAco STOCKS. ,:4 ns*^"* 11 i?KTM^« It §r, e ^ru A X^l£H^ B ?' ' ' ,.,, _, ' ' J - * · ' r - V.717 SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF STOCK QUOTATIONS'" Supplied -by l LAMSON BROTHEKS AND CO Maaon^City Office 'In Bagley- Beck Building. Telephone No. TT fE\V YORK STOCKS. Am Bank Note 58 14 Rcnh'ey Ch Co B9V, Am Brake shoe 34 Indian Ref 12 A"" x? 1 ",'^ Fdy 32 K^vlnator Corp lift. Am Melal is Lambert Co S2«£ Am Tob" T0l li"i ' UvlU Carb C P «14 Assoo Dry Gds 25 W McK "A'cbb* IsS' Doldwin Lo 23 W Mum Wear inc 30Si Brjcgj M( E Co IT'i . Kev cons cop liT B-B-Co;icn CO 10 it Patho Exchange HI liurns Bros A 30 Plirsbury Flour 29- Burr Add Mach 2SM p urD oil Co av. Bush Terminal 26 Purity Bak Cp 45 Butle Con Zo IV. Reading Co grtl Com Credit IS i Reo' Grande Oil f Com Solv I7fe RUO Motors s~'i~ Com Motors 2T; Schulle Re Stra 5 ' I; 0 " 1 OH 9"s So Calif Edlaon 48A Creim of Wht 30S Slnndard Bnla i"!/, Cudnhy- Packing 42% Superior Oil n£ Curtlss Wr pld 4 Tobacco Prod 251, Davl Chemical 145! U S Real Imp 32% t rat Natl sirs 1SS Vanadium 49«- FIslc Rtibber 3j, Wabash Ry 17* 3eneml Mills .4511- Western Myld 15H W«tera 1 Union 130 NEW YORK CURB QUOTATIONS \m For P Co 17 Hecla Mining 7 A m , Cos i El 75% Humble Oil 63 \m Sup Pow 12% Nlag Hurt lo'l Ark -Nat Gas A. 6 . No Am Avlat 7 Assoc G i E A 1954 Pcnnroad Corn 714 Can Marconi 4 S O Ind 35«, Radio 2 S O Ky 21% Durant Motor 1(4 Trans Air T 4 Elsler El 4 United Gas io'A El Bd Sh 44 H. Un I, P A' 25 Ford Mo of Eng 18W Vacuum Oil ' 6tU, Fox Theaters A , 5',4 Walgreen Drug 18% C1IICAGO STOCKS All Jfo Inrtust 2 GrlEsby-Grunow 3%Aub Aut Co 140% Key S W 16f Bendlx Av Cor 20 Morgan LIto 6« Borg-Warn Corn 23-11 Unit Corp 8 Duller Bros 5!!, Nat Leather f" Cent Chic Corp 6i», U S Gypnim 40$' Cord Company 8% utll Ind Corp 7 Gt Lakes Alrc 2W U S Ra i Tele 28-- MINNEAPOLIS STOCK ' " FtBIt Sk Corp 21% BlINNEArOI.IS GRAIN MARKET N CASH SALES , Flax 151% to 15714 Volstead, Father of ": Dry Aet, Rests Well MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 6. CP-Andrew J. Volstead, "father" of the. rohibition enforcement act, rested- asily in Fairview hospital here to- ay after an emergency operation- or acute appendicitis last night. .' '. * DO YOU NEED MONEY? Our- personal loan department- ' offers good service and reason, able terms. C. E. Brooks Co. ·MSi/i 1st N;itl. Bk. Bldtf., lh. 280 I

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