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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 19 W3? :I IOWA TURNS TO STATE CONTESTS Wild Fight Impends in Loop After Tutors Win in Luther Contest. DBS MOINES, Feb. 19. (JB--Its championship hopes smothered by ' Purdue's 45 to 33 victory Saturday night, Iowa's basketball team henceforth will be working to give the Boilermakers unchallenged .possession of the title. Purdue went on a wild basket spree in the second half Saturday night to leave the'Hawkeyes flatfooted and bewildered. Iowa got off to a big lead at the start and looked like a winner when it held a 20 to 13 margin late in the first half. But when the intermission came, the HawKeyes had a meager 23 to 211 lead. '' Game in Rout. Coming back from the rest period with a series of unbelievable shots and battling for possession of the ball every minute, the Boilermakers changed the game into a rout; The Hawkeyes seemed to tire badly and were hopelessly outclassed all during the second period. A total of 13,200 fans, a new conference record, saw the game. With the last of the Big Ten title hopes gone, Iowa supporters can turn their attention to the wild Iowa conference fight. Iowa State Teachers complicated that race by down- in" T uther 36 to 24 Saturday night. St Ambrose and Iowa Wesleyan, remained in the thick of the battle with victories, the Saints defeating Columbia 3i to 27 while the Tigers ran wild against Dubuque university to win 61 to 25. Coe Pulls Upset. Coe pulled a spectacular surprise by defeating Carleton, 34 to 30, at Cedar Rapids. It was the first mid west conference defeat for the Carls since Coe beat them back in 1928 They had won 40 straight midwes sames during that time. Cornell Iowa's other midwest conference entry, lost to Beloit, 27 to 26. Iowa State's luckless cagers ha another bad evening and took a. 3 to 26 defeat at the hands of httl Rcckhurst college of Kansas City. F1VEMASONGTY GRAPPLERS PLAN STATE TITLE BID (Coutlnued from Sports Page) the greatest exhibitions of wrestling ever witnessed on the local mat. Johnson of Cresco barely noaed out Sherwood of East Waterloo in the 135 pound class winning on a referee's decision. trained with the Cincinnati Reds. He pitched for the Peoria, 111., team of the Three-Eye league for a year and a half. HEAVY RECEIPTS HOLD HOG MARKET DOWN BOWLING TEAM STANDINGS LI' 1. Hrnkel« ncdiiy Mix 2. Besty Boss Jlmid ». JOB Daniels liMidyenrs 4. Millers High T.lfe U. Sludeh.lkcr Six 6. Schmidts City Club 7. Illumers (ioljen Glow . 8. 1'ubst llloi' nihbon 0. Northern OIlPM 10. Hucn Davey and Son . 11. lludwelser 12. (iallacher's I'ontlacs 13. alobe-Cnirtte TO BATH; 18 53 2« «61 18 1« 30 CIS . . 78 4H 30 fl3B 18 43 36 638 78 4 2 3 0 538 18 4J 30 638 ... IS 41 3' =211 1« 41 31 028 58 41 31 S26 ... 78 M 37 52a 18 4L 37 520 78 40 38 1113 18 31 41 414. 14. A. M. Schanko and Co. . . 1» 37 41 4H 15. Lyons flcanera Co. -it 35 43 149 v. ^. 78 33 4ft 423 17. Stoddaril Stune TToilacts .. 7B 31 46 410 18. Green Mill Cafe 78 51 47 307 Ifl. Illrum Olson Co 18 31 47 337 18 31) IS 383 20. Tyler Ryan Furnllure Co SCRATCH I10W1.EKS Tlio-Tblrds flf All CaniM-Bnwlnl 1. Someske, S. J. I, Shannon, !d . . 3. Unll. 1'. E Swaifnnl, C. D. 6. Thelscn, H. A. C. Colllus, *:. M. . 1. Key, IluUy 8. I.ee, Harry n. Ilemler, W. .... 0. I'usch. H. G. .. 1. Juhnscr.l, K. N. 1. Bell. Jack 3. Dobbs, P 6(1 278 8KS IDS . . . S4 331 CG2 1D5 . . . 7R 243 700 194 ... 18 267 090 181 . . . 78 2K9 fiS9 150 . . . 18 23« 6V2 190 ... IS 255 683 180 ... 60 210 B58 189 . . . 7fi 247 (52U 188 . . . 78 237 G3U 186 . . . 18 24G 641 185 ____ DO 239 680 185 ____ 54 245 C13 185 RELEASED ROWI.E11S AND THJlin AVERAGES i Jramhall, W. .. tlaslcy, W. ... IcSwecney, E. ·.beln. H. 'ftrcenscn It I'. Krleffer, D :hrlxllanscn, H. Carlson, J ~.ocrher, ft ..... Itouninn, H. ... Ivrry, C Dykeman. E. Taylor, C erFnon, 3 Hern. Wm Udell, W. C. . Armstrong, S. . Semi, (!eo Schoeben. F. . Toivnsend, I. . Grlppen, C \Vhulen, J Cornelias, G. Coyle, 3 rurzer, II Brown, I Rlvnlal, S 1'cdelty, 3oe Brakel, A Kauerhere;. G. . GreKBby, G 9 3 54 U yo 1.1 3 an , « . r. 11 . 6 . 12 . IS . 12 . 3 . G . 28 . 1Z . 3 . 19 . 9 . 38 1G8 167 154 149 185 191) 23L 114 2211 185 221! 211 IBS 21U 224 110 207 153 221 14 » 101 149 191 sail 105 221 Ifil 2DG 220 IOC 213 196 203 144 146 117 143 1113 I f l l 145 105 183 1ST 198 171 135 IC3 168 153 1.T4 128 IBS 11G mi 131 102 1S3 430 129 1103 188 139 1GS 483 430 405 428 Jill) 1131 455 4D4 Bar, 4 BO 5(15 576 444 5113 SI 9 4(10 531 404 OIM 420 B17 429 529 GO 3 DRAIN MARKETS ON DOWN TREND Lower Prices Mostly Caused by Moisture Relief in Wheat Territory. CHICAGO, Feb. 19. UT)-- Grain prices went lower today largely owing to moisture relief for domestic wheat territory and because of uncertainty over administration plans for regulating commodity exchanges. ' Many traders said some authoritative announcement regarding the national grain exchange code would tend to dispel part of the uncertainty as to the trond of the market. The fact that sufficient surface moisture had been received in parts of the dry areas west and southwest was generally believed to have removed drought as a market influence for the immediate future. Wheat closed weak at the day's ottom level, % to Hi under Sat- rday's finish, May 89y a to 89% uly 8T% to 88; corn, % to 1 cent own, May 50 1 /- to 50%; July 52%; atg ' % to 1 \k off, and provisions Produce MASON CITY, Feb. ID.-- Citah tiuotatlons by E. G. Morse Eggs (current receipts) 12c Heavy hens, 4 1 ,-! Ibs. and over ..9c Light hens Gc Springs (heavy breeds) ,.9c Springs, (Leghorn breeds) 5c Stags 5c Old cocks (heavy) 5c Ducks ..." 7c Geese .. 6c Turkeys, No. 1 13c Merchants Quotations Eggs, cash 12-13c» Eggs, in trade .. Butter, Plymouth 13-lDc» 32c 29c 29c . ,29c 421 WO 000 550 a.lfi .123 538 A. Dnhl E. Olson . w. wiii» T. Hussiey A. Hahn SX'ECIAT, MATCH. I'ABST BLUE IUTIBON (Minneapolis) 1st 2n! 3rd 170 140 114 220 119 11H 207 142 '103 187 173 183 17D 134 200 440 307 Kit Total Tins . . 874 HOW Ti C'TCSCO Now Hampton East Waterloo Clinton ..39 ..25 24 ..11 .. 1 1 IT. Hansen A. Hnnseu A.- Rcapie II. AV"l!ko T. Bell ... 875 250O JPABST 1II.UE nlBHON (Mil son City) l»t 2nd 3rd lit 170 169 IM 140 171 148 14R 174 U7 113 205 173 176 200 To. 019 470 "21 05 L A x 1 28 14 13 10 10 17 184 811 821 910 3554 85 Butter, Clear Lake . . , Butter, Brookfield . . . . Butter, State Brand .'. Butter, Very Best . . . . Butter, Dairy Maid .. Homo grown potatoes, peck ... ,30c "EDITOR'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obtainto by calling several downtown grocery stores. STEADY TO ,0C BELOW FRIDAY Prices Some Stronger Than Saturday's Limited Dealings. CHICAGO, Feb. 19. W--The hog market declined today because of receipts heavier than expected. The fresh supply of 40,000 head was 5,000 more than estimated Saturday and ran well above last Monday's 30,000 and was heavier than a year ago. Prices ruled steady to 10 cents lower than Friday, although a little stronger than Saturday's limited dealings. The top was 5*1.65 with the bulk of desirable hogs selling at $4.25 to $4.60. Supplies at the principal outside markets were also heavier than expected and prices ruled mixed. Snmo markets were strong to 10 Hog Markets Hog prices at JOTV markets Monday: WATERLOO--Prime hoga 160 to 210 Ibfl, $3.70#4; 210 to 260 Ibs. $3.60@3.80; 1380 to 200 Ibs. 93.Mft3.Slt: 290 to 325 Iba. 53.-40ff3.70; 325 to 350 Ibs. $3.30^3.60; gooa Backers $3(33-20, CEUAU RAFIUS--Corn and hog3 unchanged. OXTUMWA--AH Tic? grades unchanged; 140 to 160 Ib3. 4 2 7 0 ; 160 to 180 Ibs. 53.70: ISO to 220 163. 34.05; 220 to 210 ]bs, $4,05: 240 to 260 Ibs. $3.95; 260 to £30 Ibs. $3,85; 2SO to 310 Jbs. 53.75; 310 to 350 Ibs. $3.60; over 350 Ibs. $3.2Q®3.50; packers u n d e r 350 Ibs. 52.95c?3 25; packers 350 to 450 Iba. $2.7533.05; packers over 500 Iba. $2.55'2 I 2,85; Ihln packers 52.15 and down. DES AIOINKS--Steady ID 5c lower; 120 to 160 Ib3. $2,50^3.50; 160 to 300 Iba. 53.50 fj'3.75; 300 to 400 Ibs. 53.65^3.10. COMBINED HOG RECEIPTS. DES MOINKS, Keb. 10. IrTJ--U. 8. department o£ agriculture-- CombJued hog receipts at 22 concentration yards and 7 packing plants located In interior loWa and southern Minnesota (or the 48 hour period ended at 8 a. m. today were STOCK TRADING IN QUIET AFFAIR Some Specialties Active at Times; Both Buyers and Sellers Shy. Stock List NEW YOBK STOCKS. NEW YOHK. Feb. k lB. final (lactations. 59.200 compared w i t h 28,700 and 48,100 a year ago. a week ago Trading slow; rather uneven; mostly steady to lOc lower than Saturday, but some bids a little stronger; loading for Moo- nchanged to 10 cents decline. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN. CHICAGO, Feb. 18. l/Pl--Wneal, No. n e j 851; No. 1 hard 91Vic; No. 2 mixed OV.C; corn, No. 3 mixed 47,4©48 / lc: No. 4 alxed in^ic; No. 2 yellow 48 I /i£C49c; No. 3 ellow -17f?48c; No. ? yellow (extra dry) Oc; No. 4 yellow 45KO; No. 5 yellow J6c; s'o. G yellow 16c; No. 3 white 48Gi49c; sam- ile grade 40«p42',«c: old corn. No. 2 yellow No. 3 y»llow 49c; No. 4 yellow ye, No, "2. 63c; No. 4, fi?Hc; buckwheat *o. 2. Si-23 cwt.; braley 5051 SOc; timothy seed $7,23^7.50 ewt,; clover seed 51114.50 cwl Lard $fi.40; IOOHC inrU 56-05; liellles 55. CHICAGO I'OULTRY CHICAGO, Feb. 19. (At--Poultry, live, 1 car, 18 trucks, f i r m ; hens over 5 Ibs. 12tec, Ibs. and under 13V;c; Leghorn hens lie; Hock brcllers 21G'23c, colored 20c, bare- backs IGc; Rock springs 15c, colored lie; Leghorn chickens lie; roosters DC; turkeys 10ti'l5c; ducks Dressed turkeys hens 19c; No. 2 r :; geese lie. fjrm; young and old young toms 21c, oltl toms ICc, CHICAGO rnonuci; CHICAGO, Feb. 19. t/l 1 )-- Butter, firmer; creamery -- specials (93 score) 21 Vi Mason CityCrain 825c: extras (92) 24c; extra firsts (00-91) PAc; firsts (83-89) 22 ,i 3 22 % c; seconds (85-87) 21»£c; standards (90 centralized carlots) 23c. Eggs, 12,05.1, steady; extra firsts cars 16c, local 15*ic; fresh graded firsts cars 15?4c, local 15Hc; current receipts 15c, day about normal. Quotations: Good and choice, light lights, and "l5"cent s ;higher while others TM £ w iTM~mw®TM?TM'* £$*. $3.90j7H.25; medium weights 200 to 220 Ibs. S3.90Q14.25; 220 to 250 Ibs. J3.00fi)4.25: heavy weights 250 to 290 Ibg. S3.70514.20; 290 to 350 Ibs. S3.55iI4.03; good packing 275 to 350 Ibs. 53^3.50; 350 to 425 were slow to 10 cents lower. Cattle trade was moderately active and generally strong to 2o cents higher. The killing quality was rather plain. topped at 57.10. Best yearlings Most medium . . weight and weighty steers sold at §4.50 to 53.50. Sheep and lanrtis were alow get- ling -under way, but indications pointed to a steady market. Most of the test fat lambs .were held around 59.75 with a few choice lota above $9.85. Aged sheep were held from ?3.50 to $5.25, depending on quality. , Ibs. 32.85S3.40; 425 to 550 I , $2.G5Lt3-30. Iambs slow, early undertone weak; asking stronger' sheep and feeders about steady: early bids fed wooled limbs S9.25@9.40; best held above 59.50; choice ewea new above S5.iG; choice feeding lambs eligible around 58.90. MASON CITY, Feb. 19.-Barley 28-40o No. 2 yellow old shelled com ....3ac No. 3 yellow new shelled corn . .31c No. 3 new yellow ear corn S2c White oats. :-ro. 3, 30 Iba, or better 28c j r O X l l A V GIIAIN" CLOSE. CHICAGO, Feb. 10. dT)-- . de- 85 Found t'lnss--Hanmn (Oresro) dcfcal- »U Kmnier (New Hampton), llrooks (Glln- Ion) defeated Barker (l.amont). 115 Vonnd Clan-Thomas (Cresco) threiY Ciimmlnitu (Lumont). Time, 1:30. Glcnson (New Hampton) defeated Suetcr (tast nn- "I'sl'jponncl Class--Hnrter (East Waterloo) defeated Hro\Tn (Dnbuque). Malaria (l rcs- co) defeated Finch (New Hampton). 135 round Class--Johnson (Crcsen) dcfent- nl Miller (New Hampton). Sherwood (East AVnterloo) defeated \VHey I.amont). 155 round Class--Leo (East naterloo) tlm-w Rlwmbenr (Dubllijue). Time, :»». . 05 I'ountl Class--Nntvls (New Hampton) detested Lunkley (Eaut Waterloo). 105 round Clans--mike (Creseo) threw J-'llser (New Hnropton). Time. 8:03. 113 round Class--Bunnrd (East Mater- loo) thrtw Glaicr (New Hampton). Time, 3 'l05 Pound Class--Brink (East Waterloo) defeated Vanek (I^iunnnt). lleavs-welght Class--I-clntr (Clinton) Jeated Merrill (Cicico). 11NAI, ROUND 83 I'ound laiis--Hanson (Cresco) threw Brooks (Clinton). Time, 7:18. 05 Pound Clois--Nntvlpt (New Hampton) ilefeated Art Lunkley (Ea»t Wuterlool. 105 Ponnil class--Earl HtlUe (Cresco) defeated Alfred Fllser (New Hampton). llo Pounil Class--Thomas (Crtsto) defeated OleaJon (New Hampton). 123 I'nund CJair/--Malanil (Cresco) dcfeat- «d Hnrter (East Waterloo). 13rt Pound Class--Johnson (Cresco) defeated She.rwood (East Waterloo). 145 round Class--Buzzard (Enst Waterloo) defeated Harold Nichols (Crcaeo) 155 Pounil Class--Gray (New Hampton) Ihrciv J^te (East Waterloo) In 6:33. 165 Pound Class-- Brink (East Waterloo) defeated Vonek (larnonl). Heavywelsht Class--Pelper (Cltnlon) feuted Merrill (Cresco). CONSOLATION HOTJNn · 155 Pound Class--Buckmau (Clinton) defeated Cnmmlnif (I.ftn\nnt), . . . U5 Ponnd Class--Nichols (Crescn) defeated Olaier (New Ilamplon). 1C5 Ponnd Class--I*elunnn (Clinton) iented Connollr (Crcico). HeaTywelBht Class--Merrill (Cresco) threw KobUska (New Hampton) In 4:29. 8S Pound Class--Brooks (Clinton) dcteat- ed I.unirwltz (I)uhUnue). 115 Pound Class--T.leason (New Ilomp ton) threw Mnekman (Clinton) In 3:J4. Body of Mrs. Stbakes, 89, Is Taken to Traer After GoWfield Rites GOLDFrELD, Feb. 18.--Mrs. Alice J. Stoakes, 89, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Henry on Friday evening- following an illness of less than a week's duration. Mrs. Stoakes was a pioneer resident of Taraa county, coming here about seven years ago to make her home with two of her children, Mrs. J. B. Henry and H. E. Stoakea, after the death of her husband in 1926. Surviving are four sons and three daughters, Dryden J. of Hartvick, Minn.; Rawlin G. arid Jay B. f Tracr; Henry B. and Mra. J. B. Henry of Goldfield; Mrs. E. B. Campbell of Loma, Colo., and Mra. W. Brown of Cedar Falls; 27 grandchildren and 33 great grand- ihildren. Short funeral services were held at the J. B. Henry home Sunday afternoon with the Rev. R. M. McCracken in charge, after which the body was taken to ;Traer. WHEAT-May July Sept CORN-May July ....... Sept OATS-May July Sept RYE-May July Best BARLEV-May July LARD-May July Sept BELLIES-May July .11094 .Sd de- de- . 3-70 6.7.-. . 0.!T .87-i .SS'.i .r.ovi .5214 .3t»i .59 =i 6.G5 6.10 6.00 Close .S'J'.b .87V, .83% roMi ..-.2'.4 .35% .34 ?! .49Vi .49?! 6.05 .C.70 0.92 8.12 8.47 I'flOnUCK ITJIUUES. CHICAGO. Feb. 19. U-- KgK futures closetl: Fresh graded firsts February 15'A rrcah uraactt [irsts March I65ic; retrlgcra tor stanflarils October 19MC. Butter futures clcaed: storage atundarclg February 2^'X:;j' ^ic; storaBfi slanilards March 22ttQ'y:C. rotato f u t u r e s closetl: Idaho russets April ?2.10. NEW voiui pnonucu. NEW YOKK, F*ll. 19. (.T--Butter, G.-100, steady to Hrrn, Creamery, hlglicr than extras 25*-i5j26^r: ?.tra (32 score) 25^jc; first (S7-91 scores) 2-lV t 525c; secobda uu- quotetl; centralized (90 score) 24%c, Eg^a, 10,417, unsetttpd, Mixed colors, special packs or selections from fresh receipts IStfplO'.ic; standards and commercial standards 17V'^ B 4C; firsts 17c; seconds unquoted; mediums 39 Ibs. 16®16Uc; dirties No. 1, 42 Ibs., 16Uc; average checks l5H:c. Mason City Livestock NEW YORK, Feb. 19. stock market developed into a very quiet trading affair today. Some activity occurred in specialties, particularly of the low priced range, but easier tendencies among some of the old line favorites gave the list an irregular appearance in the late trading. American Telephone, Electric Auto-Lite and Goodyear were steady to firm, but losses of around a point were shown by U. S. Smelting, Case, du Pont and New York Central. Transfers approximated 2,100,000 shares. ] Both buyers and sellers seemed to be shy, although most of the latter failed to offer what might have been considered "bargains." . Silver was a bright spot in the speculative firmament, the spot metal advancing Vs cent on ounce to 46%, or within Vs of a cent of its four year peak. Grains were easier, as were cotton and rubber. Sterling was strong in terms of the dollar, but the gold currencies were Air Recluct 102 Allcehany 1% Al Che t Dye 156 Am Can 104% Ara t For Pow 11% Am Pow t Lt 10 li Am Stee! Fdrs 21% Am Sugar 56 A T T 1 2 2 Am Tob B ' 76IA Am Water Wks 22 it Anaconda. Atehtson All Eef Auburn Aviation Corp B O BarnsUall Bend!* B'eth SU Borderis Borg Warn Burr Add Canada Dry Can Pac Chea o C K W Chic Gt w Chic Ot W ft C M S P i P 16 tt 70 33V, 84 H 6B 33 Vi 9U 21 47 ft 21 U 27 11 1 VI narrow. firm. Bonds were again fairly C It S P p pf u·; C R I ft P 53j Chrysler 53 "i Col G E IBS Comwlth Sou Cons Gas Cons Oil contl Can Contl Ins Contl Mot , Com Prod Curtiss Wr Deere pftl Du Pont Eastman El Pow . Lt .90 »i .33% .30 "4 .27% .28 vi MONDAY OUAIN OPES CHICAGO. Feb. ID. t.Ti-- Open Cloae Close Today Yesterday Yr. Ago WHEAT-May 9 0 j July LSo :s Sept . - -SSIJ CORK-May 51U July 53 H Sept. *'· OATS-May .^'».= July 36 Sept Iay July Sept. BARLEY-May July LARD-May °- 70 July 8.75 Sept «.3T BELLIES-May July NEW YOBK toci/rnv. NEW YORK. Feb. 18. /!')--Dressed poultry quiet. Chickens, fresh 12GT19C; frozen 13 r (I %24c; lowlfl, fresh 12syiGc; frozen ll3lGc; old roosters, fresh nnd frozen 9@llc; tur- fceys, freah 14ft24c; frozen I5©25c; ducks fresh unquoted; frozen 15ftl6%c. HIDES, WOOL JOHN F. CLARK ANiD CO. MARKET INFORMATION 325 1. O. F. Bldg. I'hono 84 Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros., Inc., 308 Fifth Street Southwest. HIDES Korschides ?1.75 Cured eet" hides 5^c G?een beef bides 4c WOOL No. 1 clean bright 24o Ib. Semibrigut 23c !b. Rejects 19c Ib. WOOL MARKET. BOSTON, Feb. 10- CI*)--U. S, department of agriculture- Domes tic wool quoin Lions in the Beaton market were firm on 56a ond f i n e r qualities end steady on lower yrndee. Some houuea refused to sell their better lots of strictly combing -18a, fjQs, U blood. Ohio fleeces at any price under \1 cents In the grease, gales on similar ivooh last week were -11 cents in the sreHe. Estimated receipts of domes Liu wool at B^ton, rfiportcd to the Boston Brain and flour exchange d u r i n g week ending Feb. 17, amounted to 60,700 pounds compared with 110.800 during the previous week. MASON CITY, Feb. ID-- uuas KOER unchanged. Best aurted lights 200-2SO $ 4 0 0 Beat medium weight butchera 240-260 S3.35 Best heavy bulchcrs 200-300 53.70 Best prime heavy butchers .. 300-350 53.55 Beat rackinc BOWS, flmoolli .. 300-3aO 53.00 Best heavy sows, smooth .. 350-400 52.85 Beat ble heavy sows, smooth 450-500 52.70 i,Jghr Jiuftts. nlr to gooO. (140 100, ISO) S2.70, 53.10, 53.50 CATTLE Choice youns steers .. 900-1.000 S4.75-5.50 Medium lo good yearling ulcers 9.00-1,000 S3.75-4 75 Choice corn led slccrs 1.000-1.200 54.50-5.25 Medium to fe-ood corn fed steers 1,000-1,200 S3.75-4.50 Low grade steers .. · J2.DO-3.5U Fair helrcru 600-800 S2.75-3.50 Ijood hellers 600-800 S3.50-4.01) Choice to prime heifers GOO-300 54.00-4.50 Butchera cowa. fair to good ... .52.00-il.50 Goori to choice COWH Choice to prime coivs Inferior cannerg Fair to good canners ....... Good c u t t e r cows Common to fair bulls Fair to good heavy bulb 51.75-2.50 Good to choice tulls S2.00-2.00 Uood to choice calves 130-180 55.50-6.00 Medium to gooil calves 130-1UO 54.50-5.50 Inferior and common calvea S3.50 down I_A.MBS Choice lambs 70-00 -S7.75-3.a, Medium to good lamba ... 70-00 SO.75-7-..-) Buck lamba 51 u n d e r grado. Quotations subject to market fluctuations. SOUTH ST. PATH. LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL. Feb. 10. liP)-- U. S. department o£ agriculture-CATTLE 3,500; slaughter steers fumy active, fully steady; instances 10-15c higher: several sales S4. 5095.15 for weights under 1050 IDS · heifers slendy to strong; medium to good grades 900 Ibs. dwn; S4® 5.25; cows steady to 150 higher; supply liberal: 'mtdlum to good $3®3.50; most cutler grades 32fv2.75; hulls unchanged; common to good grades S2.25fl'2.S5: stockers and feeders steady to strong, supply moderate; few loadff Montana calves included; good to choice around $415; calves 2,500. mostly steaily; some early sales 50c lower; bulk better grades 55.50@7; common to medium HOGS 5,000: fairly active, about steady; steady to weak with Friday: most better 160 to 230 Ibs. J4.255f4.35; top S4.35; better 2S!) to 335 Ibs. 51W4.25; good and choice 130 to 150 Ibs. mostly S3.50«i4; desirable slaughter nlBS J2.501T3 or b e t t e r ; packing ·wvs mostly 53.35 down: ave urday 54, OS: weight 177; for S4.00; welEM 214. , SHEEI' 6,000; six loads through; salable supply 12 loads fed lambs; balance natives anil Daholas; practically nothing done early on slaughter classes; early undertone about steady: best ted lambs held above 50.50. Curb Market erage cost Sat- the week cost NEW YORK, Feb. IB. tJF--Mixed changes prevailed in u. Quiet curb market, today. Some resistance to conllnuation of the advance was evident and traders took profltu on a number of leaders, although several specialties again moved ahead. Two of the cur's steel issues, Mid vale and Midland, advanced a point or two during the car]y dealings. Aluminum of America made fractional progress in Ita first tran sac lions- Metals, oils and alcohols were Inclined to gEve ground. Utilities were mildly reactionary. Northern States Power "A" dipped around 3 jx)nts but losses for other light and power Issues were, moderate. Fox Film A Freeport Tex 49 Genl Am Traps 12 Gen El 22 Gen Foods Gen Motors Gillette Gobel Gold Dust Goc d rich Goodyear Grsh Pafpe Gt No pftl t West Bug 3.-, 40Vi 11 »1 S 20«i 17% 40}*. Bond Market CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO, Feb. 10. OT)--U. S. depart- ""i?OG°S, 40.000. including 11,000 direct: noilerately active, steady to 10 cents lower han Friday; 160 to 310 Ibs. 54.404t4.60; on 51.65; good pigs 5333.15; packing suws 3.75®4: light llsht Kood and choice 140 to , Q O Ibs. 54.101514.50; (1.70 6.77 7.00 8.12 S.47 3.S2 3,95 -i.05 4.10 4.30 OMAHA GItAIN. OMUIA Feb. 19. Utt--Whe.il: Hard ", SSVjc; No. 3, fl2c; No. 4, 82e. Corn: Yellow No. 2, 4lc; No. 3, 4Q ixed No. 2. UUc. Oata: VTMtfi No. 3, 3Z\lc. Former Iowa Sports Star Found Dead as Car Leaves Highway OSKALOOSA, Feb. 19 OP--Virgi David, 27, Oskaloosa attorney an former University of Iowa athlete died of injuries suffered when hi automobile overturned near New Sharon. He was found dead under the overturned car yesterday. He was driving alone and his car evidently left the pavement and plunged over an embankment shortly after midnight Saturday. David was a former basketball and baseball star at the University of Iowa. He was also known in professional baseball circles, having CLOSING BCTTER AN» EGO LETTKR Hut tor--There appenra to be more Vjul for sale on recent rallies on the March storage contracts. Should production, continue to increase on normal rate fresh butter may sell lower In March due to decreasing consumption on account o£ receAt high relai' prices. %f*--Merchants report arrivals oC fresh stock above recent expectations and are therefore unable to clear stocks which at present are beyond Immediate conBUmpUon needa. The October contract appears lower lor the long pull than, prices now ruling. S GRAIN. MINNF.ArOLIS, Feb. 10. (.n--Wheat 14S cars.'llO a year ago; %c lower. Cash: No 1 northern T8OOc: No. 1 illUk northern 15 per cent protein 83®9ic; li per c e n t . p r o - tein 88S»lc; 13 per cent protein 88®91c 12 per cent liroteln 83,U01c: Ko. 1 Hard lontatia 14 !or cent protein 88®0ic; lo ar- JNO. F. CLARK CO. Cbleairo - New Yorli N«" Orlenni 32S I. O. F. ilMz. I'honn 845-840 A. B. ITENDIIU'KSOX. U ranch SUr. MEMBERS New York Slock Hxchanct New York Coffee i Sujar Eiclmnjo .Ve\T York PrtxTaco KxclmnK« Vcw York Carlj Kxchange tAtloflntcl New Ynrk .MerrRnlile Kxcltange New York Cotlor. Eichnnso Chicago Sloch Exchange Cblrozo Unard of Trade Cttlcoco Tqrb K*ch«nge Asn T n, Chlcagu M e r c a n t i l e Exchonie Conimodfty £^cfmnKe, fnc. New Orlenna Cotton Excl.fuijfo Noon Town Topic Hay»: The market was irregularly soft this forenoon, running Into considerable profit taking on talk of France going olt gold standard. However, this development will, when It comes, probably have but small effect on our stocks which should Inter even be helped by it. We remain very bullish on our recommended stocks. STOCK MAHKKT GOSSH' Southern Pacific lines carloadlugs for lasl week to be published Tuesday are expected lo show another substantial increase over the like 1033 period comparable to the gain of 28 per cent over a year aso shovjn In the week ended Feb. 10. conditions in the southwest and west continue encouraging and no cessation at present, ot the forward movement ol business Is evident. One firm doing a large commodity busl ness la carrying more f u t u r e silver contract so far as value Is concerned than ail olhc commodities put together. Those who arc lalklng reaction in th brokerage f r a t e r n i t y brought out Borne sel Ing but It was notable that volume died down lo low proportions on the smalt declines registered. To buy shares without putting the prices up to an unreasonable degree prevents a lot more buying by both Investors and tradera and many or llio former ore utlll holding to their purchases. The gradual picking up In the heavy m- rtustrles Is swinging some ot the slock market operators who w e r e on the fence 'Into line" and Ihey are b u y i n g stocks. Many of them who were waiting have misscil their markets In llielr favorite shares and arc' now buying at prices which looked high nut S °Heact.[onl5ts are still talking ol a big decline heforc the bis "spring push." Just how the "big" decline is lo develop Is not lold Inasmuch as bear opcratf-ru of largo proportions are frowned upon and the Incl lluit the public apparently Is slill In a buy- 'ns frame of mind It might aeem that tll« '·sprlttj PUSH" is happening now. amber durum Ive S85J91C; No. .131'; No. 2 amber durum Sl.06iiffll.lIJi: ·Jo. 1 red durum S3iA«a5Wc; May S5c; uly SS^ic: September 85c. Com No. n yellow 0'.4«c. Oata No. 3 while KANSAS crrr onAiN. KANSAS CITY, Feb. 10. (.TV-Wheat: 81 cars; W f H l c lowtr. No. 2 dark hard ar.ft "V.c: No 3, 86=10; No. 2 hard 84S?66'«c.; 0 3 . S5Vc; No. 2 red S3c; No. 3, 83 \ic nominal. Corn: 70 cars; H f f r u c lower. No. 2 white iJKMS'-c- No 3, 4 4 H ^ 4 5 c nominal; No. yellow"44VtSM4'«c: hilling 45c: No. 3, IVic: No. 2 mixed 44c; nearly white ll'/i fi'45c; No. a. IS'.Lft-IS'-ic nominal. Oats: 5 cars; u n c h a n u e d to ',4c lower No. 2 w h i t e 38ff38^ic nominal; No. 3, 3IV5 fiVic nominal. Miscellaneous I'OTATO MAHKKT CHICAGO, Fefc. 30. t.-TJ--U. S. depart ent of agrlciilturc-- Potalocs, HO, on track 342, total U. shipments Saturday Ofl5, Sunday 17; fl s llbcTR.: no trmlin.? account ot weat market nominally unchanged. Market Notes By TICKER TAPE ' Desplle restraints Imposed on the mar- et and nervousness in the financial corn- unity over the regulatory legislation un- ir consideration, stock prices worked Ightly higher the last week. Strength in ends, f i r m n e s s In commodities and repcrts bleating that the business curves was orking upward gave strong s u p p o r t to obstructive forces. "Close scrutiny of the Fletcher Bill con- Inced the financial c o m m u n K y that while ho measure purported to be one regulating rading In securities. It went much deeper han that and actually set up machinery vhlch would make possible very drastic, nd h'ighly questionable, changes in the lanagement of Industrial enterprises In his country. Witnesses who testified at learincs on the hill brought out, too, the ieflatlonary effect passage s of the measure n Its present, form would have. The pro- ·Islon t h a t all collateral loans. nR well as nargln accounts, would have lo ha brought p to fio per cent was cited as one section f the measure which needed amendment, is yet, there has been no general discus- Ion ol the swearing powers, both present and lor trie future granted to the Federal TrRdo Commission under the measure. Those sections of the measure merit the closest attention from corporation managements. ,,,,,,,, medium weight 200 to 210 S4 45'ii4.liO; heavy weight 250 to .J50 S4.254.55; packing BOWS medium and 275 to 550 Ibs. $3.65^4.25; pigs good ami choice 100 to 130 Ibs. 53®4.10. CATTLK 14,000; calves 2,000; fed steers and yearlings strong to 25c higher, mostly strong to 15c up on fairly active trade; killing quality rather plain; early top Si.10 on yearlings: sumc held higher; best wclgli- steers 55,00; bulk heavy and medium weight steers selling at 55.25®G.25; other killing classes fully steady; slaughter cattle anil vealers: Steers, good and choice, 650 to 000 Ibs., S6.50Sf7.50; 000 lo 1100 Ibs. S5.75 {P7.35- 1100 to 1300 IbS. S5.25B-7.25; 1300 lo 1500 lts. Sl.75ir6.75; common and me- lllum, 550 to 13110 Ibs.. Sl.25if5.75; heifers, cood and choice, 550 to 750 Ibs., 55.50^7; common and medium J3.733 5.50; cows, good, 53.50^4.25; common and medium 53 «3.50- low cutter and cutter sl.754t3; bulls (yearlings excluded) good (bee') S3[ip3.!)0; culler, common and medium S2.35(i("3.25; vealers, good and choice. 55.50517; meulum J5®5.50; cull and common $4H'5.50; stocker nnd feeder cattle: Steers, good and choice 500 to 1050 Ibs., S4.25(3-5.75; common o,nd medium S3.Mir 4.M). .SI1KKI', 16,000: opening plow, uuliealions around ateuuy on all slaughter classes; desirable lambs f r e q u e n t l y hclrt 50.75 upward: some asking well above 59.85: nrounil 53.50 ffiii.2.1 quotable on aged ewes; lambs 90 Ibs. down Rood nnd choice $9ft0."5: common ana mc.lium 57.35«3.25; 00 to 09 Ibs. good ana- choice S8.75C'0.75: ewes 00 to 150 Ibs. gooil nnd choice S3.75W5.25; all weights common and medium 52.75^4.25. KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITY, Feb. 19. (/T)--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 5 000: 1,750 direct; slow, 5c to mostly IOC lower than Friday's average; top 54.45 on choice 180 to 240 Ibs.; good and choice, 140 lo 100 bs. S3. D S«.40: 160 to 180 Ibs. S1S4.45: 180 to 200 Ibs. Si.SOffl 4.45; 200 to 220 Ibs. S4.30®4.45; 220 to 250 .S2.50-2.76 I Ibs S4.30fi'4.45; 250 to 200 Ibs. 54.250)4.411; ,";.\52.75-3.0U I 200 to 350 Ibs. S4.1Dfi4.40; packing sows, 75-1.00 275 to 050 IbS.. S3.355fa.8u. ,,,,,,_- ....Sl.25-1.50 CATTLE 13.000; calves 2.000; killing ...51.50-2.00 'classes or'" in s Etmuy; market Blow on led SI.50-2.00 steers; utockera and feeders steady u strong; early top led yearlings S6.50; steers good and chlce, 550 to 000 Ibs. S5.65SJ7.10. 000 to 1100 Ibs. S5.40®7.10; 1100 to 1300 Ibs. 54.5036.75; 1300 to 1500 Ibs. f^^' common and medium. 550 Ibs. up. "-.W 5 40- heifers, pood and choice, 550 to 000 Ibs ' 31 75'36.50: common and medium, 550 to 900 Ibs., J3S4.S5: cows. good. S3.25® 3.75: common ami medium S2.505E3.25: low- cutter ana cutter 51.6582.50; vealers (milk fed) medium to choice. 54S7; cull and r-om- moii S250SM: slocker and feeder steers, good and choice (all weights) S4.25tia.i3; common and medium (all weights) "sHEEP S.OOO, few odd lols native lambs about steady; best ted Iambs held above S9.50; lambs, good and choice (x), 90 Ibs down 5875^9.50; common and medium, 9U Ibs. iown. S6.50Wa.75; cood and choice (s:) NEW YOHK, Feb. 19. (/VI--Interest on the buying side of. corporate bonds continued fairly active today despite the sharp advance in values over the past few weeks. The market was a bit hesitant at the open- Ing, but on the steady behavior of stocks raders showed a willingness to pick up econdary nnd prime ratings at moderately Igher levels. Rail and utility loans were favored during he early trading, Some OE the Industrial lasslflcatlons which pushed ahead rapidly ast week were permitted to consolidate po- Itlons under a. smaller volume of. trading. Modest advances were recorded during the lorenoori trading In some loans' of. Baltimore md Ohio, Canadian Pacific, Pennsylvania Southern Pacific, Korth American company Shell Union an dothenr. In most of the U. S. governments trading appeared virtually al. a standstill and pric changes were Inconsequential. Liberty Fourtl 4Hs sagged 4-32s ol a point and the res of the list had a range of 1-32U down l-32d advance. There was a small turnover in the foreign list with the price, trend uneven. o 200 9o"to 98 Ibs..' S8.50B9.50; yearling wethers medium to choice. 90 to 110 Ibs., S5.2MJ8. ewes, good and choice, 90 to 150 Ibs., 53.5 OS. )--Quotations based on ewes and era. LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO Feb. 10. l.T,^-Offlc!al csllmat ed receipts tomorrow; Cattle 7,000: hoc: 24,000; sheep 9.00Q. Representative Sales V. S. BOND QUOTATIONS. NESV YORK. Feb. 10. UB--United State government bonds closed: Liberty 314s 102.3. Liberty First His 102.215. Liberty FoLTth 4y 4 a 102.!S. Treasury 4 ^ 3 47-52 105.24. Treasury 4s 44-51 105.14. Treasury 3^s 40-43 June 101.4. Treasury 3 s -lfi-49 90. Treasury 3s 51-55 07.23. I Cent nt Han.- nt Nick Can T T ohns Manv 30 30 22?; 35H Kennecolt Kresge Llg i MS B Loews Loose Wiles I-orlllard Maytag McKess t Rob Mid Cont Pet M K T Mo Pac Mont Wani Morrcll Nash Natl Else Nat C Heg A Nat Dairy Nat Distill Nat Pow . Lt N Y Cent NY NH i H No Amer No Pac Oliver Farm Packard Penlek A Ford Penney Penu Phillips Pit Proc A (Jam Pullman n c A R K O Rem Rand Rep atl Rey Tob B Roy Dutch Sears Hoe Shell U Skelly Socony Vac So Pac St Brands St G i E St OH Ca! St Oil N J , Stew Warner Stone Web Sluilebaker ', Tex Corn Tex Gulf Eul Tim Ho] B Un Carb Un Pac Unit All- . United Corp U S Ind Alco U S Rubber 21 !i 7J S Steel 5R Wabasli 4 A I Warner Plct T\i West El Mfs 431, Woolworth K r iM Wrigrey 59i Vcl Tr e-i 39 ¥· 17TS. e 7 13 '4 13K 47 20% 43 2I«1 15% 27 13 ',4 417; 2Ui 22 62 ^ 37 17 Vi 3S 3 : G6VJ S'A 3:1 105s 33 49Vt 11 10 K 17=i 30 ^s 48K 11 U S VI 39 132 1^ 21 7H ities Service Gr Lakes Air irigsby Grunow ·Catz Drug .toby-McNeil Ildwest util U W U 0 pfd 'all Leather CHICAGO STOCKS. CHICAGO. Feb. 19. (.11-- 31 '/i 5VI 2 Hi Feb. MINNEAPOLIS, losed: First Bank Stock 8*1. Norlhv.-est Banco, no Lradinff. Natl Standard Northwest E^in Quaker Oals Rath Packing Swift ami Co Swift Intl Zenith STOCKS 19. (..p) -- Stocks Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAAISON BROTHERS ANT) CO. Mason City Office In Bagtey- 1 Beck Building Telephone No. 't Lamson Brothers Market Letter IstW YOHK cUlm QUOTATIONS Amer Gas El 30'A Nlag Hud T\t Am Sup Pow 3}i Nltles-Bem-Fond* 13?^ Ark Nnt Gas A 2H Pcnnrond Corp 37s Assoc G El A 1% S 0 Ind 31 Can Marconi 4 S O Ky I G H El Ea 3h 19"i United Gas 3 Ford M of Eng SH Un L P A 4?i Hud B M S 10 Ulll P i L 1\ Humble oil 41% CHICAGO STOCKS Bendlx Avi Ci 21 Butler BK.S 10 Borg-Wam Cp 26V- Cord Company 7 NEW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 221 Lambert Co Am Bank Note 20vi Am Car *: Fdy 31 Am Eoll'K iIW s 2T Am M e t a l 2",*I \m Ra. S Co 16 Am S Re Co 18% Am To!) 76% Atlantic Tie Co 33% Ar Co B (III) OK Assoc Dry Gds 1716 Baldwin Lo 14 ",i Bnrnsdall Oil A O'.i Brings Mfg Co 10i Beat Co 32'^ ·" " III'A 27% 29 U 19- s ··*i $ CHICAGO. Feb. 19. l.-D--U. S. department o£ agriculture-- Representative sales. S. de- Heavy-41 310 48 302 12 2S6 Medlumc-- S3 2H 87 2.19 512 217 HOGS. Lights-08 197 73 1S2 46 163 32 102 Light Lights -- 4.35 I..10 4.45 4.50 MI.NSKArOI.IS . MINNEAPOLIS, F«b. 10. LP.--Flour lOr. lower, CnrLoivl lots, family patents 57.25fi i 7.S5 a. barrel In 93 Ui. cotton sacks. Slilp- mcnis. 20.746. Pure b r n n , 517®17.!0. Standard rr.lddilnfis, $164?16.50. TiKW VOUK STjriAR. NFAV YOHK, Feb. 10. (/T)--TW suBar oulet today nt 3.30C. Fulurea points lower. Kedncd unchanel at -1.50C for f i n e granulated. TOLEDO, Feb. 13. I.T*--Seeds !n warehouses: Red clover, March S8.25; n l a l k c cash S3.50. TROlMll.r.S SKTTI.I; DOWN Troubles abroad, '.vhlcli hejpcd to un- scltlc the market, simmered down at the id ot the week. In Austria, the Dolltuss regime managed to emerge the victor in Its struggle with the socialists, and the new French cabinet received votes of con- f i d e n c e In the chamber. "Imporlant business Indices show rail- rond t r a f f i c , an excellent index of distribution, only a shndc under 70 per cent of the 15-year average. Electric output figures were helped by unusually colil weather and industrial expansion. The brightest spot In the steel news, where operations are moving upward sharply. Buslnes.s Indices will bear particularly close watching from now on, for the Civil Works administration tolls being reduced steadily. If private Industry cnnnnt absorb the men who are cut off the government payroll, business, particularly I n consumer goods lines, will tie unfavorably af/cctei). H1SF, IX STKEL CO.YTINUESi "The rlne In ateel operations continued. Youngstown area reached 48 per cent of capacity nnd the general Industry was abovn 40 per cent. Predictions are being maite that the 50 per cent mark will be exceeded this quarter anil that last summer's peak of 58 per cent may be bettered. Principal demand continued to come from users or wheels, Ihe automobile Industry in particular, and Itadlna maters ol this product (tro booked nt near capacity for the next month or two, SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CITY. Feb. ID. (.T:--U. partment of agriculture-- CXTTI.L" 5.000: slaughter steers and yearlings slow; scattered early sales desirable light wi-ighls about steady; fat she stock ateady to weak; atockers and feeders In fair supply: little changed; odd lota good yearlings SB; load choice medium welgni beeves held around S0.25; bulk salnb!o S4.50 «i'5.50; low cars choice arouml 1400 Ib. bullocks S5.50; a few good heavy heifers SS; early bulk cows S2.50ff3.25: low cutters and cutters m t l n l y S1.75W2.35; choice 4oO in. steer calves 55.7.1; some held higher; good 600 to 700 Ib. stockers S4.35iT4.75. iroflH 8,500; very little done; most bids 5c to IOC lower than Saturday; packing sows fully steady; b a t t e r grade 170 to 280 Ib. weights hid Sl.15'34.2. 1 ;; 130 to 17l Ib. nv- eruges sa.501H.15: p a c k i n g Bows 53.503' 3.G5: feeder pigs $3.25 down. SIIEEI' 5,000; market: Itun Includes l- car lots ot lambs nr.il 1,000 truck-Ins: mostly killers; indication! fat lambs steady to weak or around J9.50 anil below; other classes scarce, fairly broad demand for feeding lambs; beat quoted up to 58.75. 74 203 1122 inso 112S H27 1401 IMS 1576 1133 4.50 4 . S O 4.5.1 -t.UO 50 37 liiB 142 CATTLE. Hetfer=-- 12 S10 25 832 20 951 IB 8J5 Cows-- 7.35 0.50 Ii.40 8.00 5.90 S.50 4.90 4.50 1280 1010 P39 370 Fed \Ve3tcrns- SI 230 2.-JO 200 260 250 80 S3 sr, so S1IF.KP. Natives-- O.S5 120 0.75 9.75 9.75 9.60 ri 120 120 40 80 84 118 35 INVESTMENT TRUSTS ny The Associated I'refii. Bid and asked on Feb. 10: Corp Tr Sh .............. 2.20 Corp Tr Sh J, A Mod ---- 3.r,2 Corp Tr Sh Accum Ser . . 2.14 Corp Tr Accum Ser Mod . . 2.52 OMAHA LIVESTOCK. O M A H A . Feb. 10. I.TI--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 13,000: rather alow, most sales steady semi: bids around 5c lower; packing ,-» s t e a d y to 10c higher; top 31.35. most Buixl t" Choice 190 to 290 Ibs. S4.20-rr4.30; few 290 to 350 Ibs. Slfr4.20: 140 to 180 Ibs. S3.33fr-l.1lS; good pigs S2W3: few strong weights up to S3.50; packing sows S3.40fr 3.05; mostly nt J3.(!0; stags JS.50W3.2S; average cost Friday 54-13. weight 251; for the week S4.15, weight 243. CATTLE 10,500; calves 500; fed steers and yearlings slow, early sales medium to good grades about steady", she stock nnd bulls steady; vealern weak to 50c lower; flickers and feeders .fully steady; early salss fed steers and year-Ings SI.25^5.50; several load held h i g h e r : h e i f e r s $l.2u« 525- b e e r cown mostly $2.7303.30; cutter grades.1 S1.75W2.60; medium bulls S2.GOW 2.65: practical top vealers $.1, fcv: 55.50: m e d i u m to choice atocker.i and feeders 51 a 1 5.25; several lofivls S-'.SJ^S.IO. SHEEP 5,500 I n c l u d i n g 250 head through; Dividend Sh Nationwide Sec Nationwide Sec Vtc .. Nor Amer Tr Sh Kor Amer Tr Sli 1055 Quarterly Inc Sh ...... Selected Am Sh Selected Cum Sh Selected Income Sh . Super Corp Am Tr A .. U S El L i Pow A U S F,l L Pow B U S F.I I. Pow B Vtc . . 1.20 3.71 1-45 1-53 2.00 . 1.44 2.92 7.40 3.89 . 3.20 13',= 2.30 . .95 4.r 4.60 4.50 4.40 6.50 fi.no 5.25 4.50 4.00 3.50 2.75 2.00 9.73 9.!0 9.50 .1.2-) 3.50 2.05 2.(15 1.31 3.81 1.53 11 2.40 1.03 MAIIKET 11EVIEW. CHICAGO, Feb. 10.-- ^Tieav--Precipitation In the southwest over the week-end was fairly general In Kansas and parts of Nebraska and Missouri but the amounts received were not thought to have been of. more than temporary benefit. However It did Increase the amount of surface moisture and to this extent was viewed as beneficial and brought In selling at th» opening. Interest in th^ market was s u f f i c i e n t l y broad to Increase activity and the market 'turned listless on the decline. M u c h of the early selling was credited to houses with eastern and southwestern connections. A local expert expressed apprehension of f u r t h e r damage In sections of the winter wheat belt from prevailing low tem- perdtures where snow cover has been lacking with the possibility ahent of winter k i l l i n g turing Mareh, which Li considered to be the worst month for this class of damage. Pressure from sellers was not. nil aggressive, but buying power was lacking and there was a noticeable absence of leadership on the b u y i n g side. Aside from the reports of moisture in the southwest little or no attention was given the news. The disposition continues to await further developments In the general situation. The crop is at between season and weather conditions are not having the same e f f e c t they would were It a month later. Uncertainty exists as to the. terms of the grain exchange code which are yet to be announced and In addition, much of the trade previously (p Rraln ha gone, to other commodities and into stocks. Liverpool was higher at the close, but Winn i p e g was weaker, ctalmlnK exports sales were unimportant. While the reduction I.SOB.000 bushels In the domestic visible was somewhat below the recent rate of de creases. It brought the total clovn lo 105, 202,000 bushels compared with 147,331.000 last year. Corn, oats and rye eased moderately i. sympathy with wheat. Outside Interest I these grains -wan light. Cosh Interest bought May and sold July corn nt 2c d i f f e r ence the Hay being slightly easier ns com pared with the distant f u t u r e Saturday. N corn was booked to nrrlve. but cash sale were 41 000 bushe's. Tile close In oats wfl weak the local element turning to the sel Ing side In late transactions. See little aslil rrom a trading market, while a new Incen ttvc is awaited to Increase nctlvlly. Byers A M Co Com credit Cornl Solvents Cont Oil Cream of Wht Cudahy Pack'K -IS Curtiss Wr pfil O'.l First Natl Strs 59M. TJr- North'n Ore 14'« llershej- Ch Co 56',-i ·loust Oil (new) fi Indian Ref 3Vs rCelvinator Corp 19 "vroger Groc 32 Liquid Carb Cp 28 :b Mack Truck 33% Mathieson Alk 38% Mex Scah'd Oil 335'j McKess i Robb 7 Otis Steel 7v-i J C Penney Co f2Vi Plllsbury Flour 21^« Pure Oil Co 13 3 i Purity Bak Cp 17 VE Pub Ser of N J 42Vi Reading Co 55M Rco Motors riii St Joseph Lead 24 V ,T Simmons Co 21 "R So Calif "Edison 18'i Tide \Va oy Co ll'.i U S Ind Al 57 !i Utll.P i- L A. !«, Viumdtum 2tt*i Tin Gas Imp 1SV,; Western My'd l(i ; -i Warren Bro Co 12 Western Union (32^ VTorth' n Pump 29'.^: Wrigley Jr Co 50% North Amer Av 51i Itose lie-Elected President. CRYSTAL. LAKE, Feb. 19.--The rystal Telephone company met at ic home of Ole Seikmeier and reected: President, Howard Rose; ecretary treasurer and lino raan- ·er, Ole Seikmeier. Gordon Field the new director filling the place f Chris Buck whose term expired. DEAD Anlmnla of All Kinds Removed jMason City Rendering Co. \Vcpayphonecalls.Phoiiol096 Small Plymouth Girl B r u i s e d , Frightened When Run Over by Car PLYMOUTH, Feb. 39--D. I. Maupin, 2 miles west of town, backed his car out of his garage and it ran over his daughter, Maxine, 2. She was bruised on the hands and face and badly frightened but not seriously hurt and today was playing around tho house. Charles Cityan Injured. ROCKFORD, Feb. 19.j~Mr. Drua chel, Charles City, received a frac tured ankle while sawing wood o the farm of his brother, Williarr Druschel. The injury was cause when a log fell on his foot. Crime cost.? a quarter of ever} American dollar, says Senator Cop land: If the American people wl break the crime gangs, they won have to break so many dollars.-Wichita Bugle. We Have Active Markets in Bonds and Stocks of the Nortlnvpstcrn Bell Telephone Co. United Llglit and Railway Co. Northern States Tower Co. George A. Hormel Co, Jncob E. Decker Sons Get our iniotfttlons on all unlisted Bonds and Stocks before yon sell. A. M. Schanke Company Telephone 1800 Mason City, Iowa I '-*

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