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TWENTY-FOUR MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JUJ-Y 18 0| 1935 CARELESS WATER SPORT IS DANGER State Conservation Body Has List of Suggestions for Preventing Accident. DBS MOINES, July 18. CB--The Iowa conservation commission today warned against carelessness which many times results in drowning. Preventative measures the commission suggested are: "Avoid taking chances. Warn others not to. "Swim only in waters with which you are acquainted, or confine your swimming to areas designated or Beaches where life guards are on duty. "Be extremely careful when wading. Recent high waters have created numerous deep holes. "Overloading a boat is one of the greatest hazards on our lakes. It is better to make two trips with half as many passengers. "It is a physical impossibility for the conservation commission to post a sign at every dangerous point. If you are acquainted with American League BOX SCORES WEDNESDAY'S GAMES HOGS ANOTHER 10 TO 15 CENTS ADVANCED CIUEVELAND--5 AB H PO A Knlck'er »« 4 1 3 4 4 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 tl the waters not." warn those who are Averlll cf Wrilht cf Vo«mlk If Cnmp'll rf 4 1 1 IllllO 30 4 Trosky Ib Bcrger 2b Brcnzel e Harder p L. B'mi p 0 xWlneg'ner 1 1 4 4 4 0 2 0 3 1 5 0 3 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lee xiJIudlln Stewart p fl 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 10 24 9 BOSTON- Mellllo 2b Cooke cf-rr 0 Johnsun if 5 Cronln M 4 Miller rf 2 Almnda cf 1 R. K'rcll c 0 Wether 3b I Dahl'en Ib 2 C'c'ella p 0 zBlshop 1 Walton p 3 ·13 AB H I'O A Total. 39 18 27 13 National League BOX SCORES WEDNESDAY'S GAMES NEW YORK--6 A U H l ' O A Moore U 4 3 2 0 Bartcll N 4 3 7 Terry Ib 6 0 Ott rf 4 telbcr cf B Jackson 3b 4 3 Crltz 2b 4 Donning c 4 Hubbcll p 4 4 0 2 3 0 2 4 0 0 0 1 1 4 1 4 0 0 0 1 Totals 38 15 27 9 CINCINNATI--3 AB II PO A Myers s s 4 1 4 Slade 2 b 4 1 Cuyler cf 2 B't'ley Ib 2 F.H'n Ib-H 4 Good'an rf 4 3 4 0 2 0 0 6 0 2 4 1 2 1 0 Sullivan 3b 4 0 0 3 3 4 0 0 0 0 2 Erlckson Byrd H-cf 4 Hol'g'th p 0 Schott p 2 zLombnrdl 1 zzRlggs 0 L. H'ann p 0 zzzK'p'rls 1 Totals 36 9 27 16 xBiittcd for Brown In sixth. xxBatted for Leo In eighth. zBatted for Cascarella In second. Cleveland 310 (110 (100-- IS Boston 030 124 03x--13 Errors, Vosmlk, Harder, Cronln 2, Dnhl- gren; runs butted In, Voxmlk 2, Campbell, Hale, IVerUer 4, H. sTcrrcll 3, Dahlgrcn 3, Mellllo, Bishop, Wnlbcrg; two base hits, Vos- mlk, Wcrbcr 4, Cronln 2, R. FcrrcU, Dnhl- gren; three baHc hit, Vosmlk; homcmn, R. Ferrell; sacrifices, Knickerbocker, Brcnzel, Dahlgren, \VaIbcrg; double plays, Cronln to Mellllo to Dahlgrcn, XVerber to Mellllo to Dnhlgren; left on bases, Cleveland 7, Boston 10; bases on balls. Harder 2, Brown 1, Lee 3, Cnscarella 2; strikeouts, Harder 1, Lee 2, Cascarella 2. Watberg 3: hits, off Harder 10 In 4 2-3 Innings, L. Bro\vn 0 In 1-3, Lee ,t In 2, Stewart 3 In 1,' Cnscarella 4 In 2. Wnlberg 0 In 7; winning pitcher, Wnlbcrg; losing pitcher. Harder. Umpires, Gclsel and Ormsby. Time, 2:23. Produce MASON CITY, July 18.-Cash Quotations by B. G- Morse Eggs, current receipts 19 Springs, 1935 1: Leghorn springs 1( Heavy hens, 4% Ibs. and over.. 12 Light hens Cocks· Merchants Quotations. Eggs, in trade Eggs, cash Butter, Plymouth .. Butter, Clear Lake . Butter, Very Best .. Butter, State Brand Butter, Brookfield . New Potatoes 20-22c 19-21C 30 28 30 30 27 25 CLEVELAND--1 AB II PO A K'crb'r SB 4 1 1 1 Avcrlll a 4 0 2 0 Vismll; I f 3 2 3 0 C'pbell rt Hale :il Bergcr Ib 4 Hughe* 2b 4 rnniip« : Pearson p aWlncE'er (Second Game.) 4 0 t i l l 2 3 1 1 3 0 4 0 1 ) 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 Totnls 35 824 4 BOSTON--3 AB H PO A Mellllo 2b 4 1 1 I C'ke cr-rf 4 0 0 0 .T'hnson If 3 T 2 0 Cronln us 3 1 1 2 Miller I t 3 1 5 0 Almada cf 0 0 0 0 Werber 3f 2 0 3 I) D'lgren Ib 3 O i l 0 Bern c 3 1 4 1 Grove p 3 0 0 2 Totals 28 6 27 9 zBattcd for Schott In seventh. zzRnn for Lombard! In seventh. zz*Batted for Herrmann In ninth. New York 201 003 000--6 Cincinnati 010 Onl 100--3 Errors, Bartell, Jackson, Myers, Herman; runs batted in, Terrs', Ott, Jackson 2, Banning, Sladc, Herman, Sullivan; two bflso tilts, Ott 2, Panning; three base hits, Bartell. Goodman; stolen base, Moore, Goodman; donblo nlays, Bartell to Crltz Ui Terrs', Crllz to Bartcll, Slade to Myers to Bottomley, JTirickson to Myers, Myers to Slade to Bottomley, Erickscn to Myers to Bottomley; left on bases, New York 12, Cincinnati 6; bases on balls, HolUngSTVorth 2, Schott 3, Herrmann 2; strikeouts, Hubbcll 4, HoIUngfiwortli 1; hits, off Holtlncswnrth 6 In 3 1-3, Schott 8 In 4 Z-3. Herrmann 1 In 2; passed ball, Banning; losing pitcher, Holllngsworth. Umpires, Sears, Iteardon and Qulgley. Time, 2:49. nBatted for Pearson In ninth. Score by Innings: Cleveland 000 010 000--1 Boston 010 200 OOx--3 Summary--Errors, Bercer, Pearson; runs batted In, Knickerbocker, Berg 3; two base hits, Bercer, I'carson, Mellllo, Johnson; three base hits. Miller: stolen base. Werber: sacrifices, Cronln, Miller; left on bases, Cleveland 8, Boston 7; bales on balls, off Pearson 4, Grove 1: struck out, by Pearson o, Grove 4; wild pitch, Pearson. Umpires, Ornriby nnd Gelsel. Time, 1:59. ·EDITOR'S NOTE--These repre sentative quotations were obtaine by calling several downtown groo ery stores. NEW VOHK POULTRY. NEW YORK, July IS. IJPt--Live poult) Irregular, by freight: Fowls 145?17c; tur keys 12@19c; other freight grades changed. CHICAGO POULTRY CHICAGO, July 18. l!f}--Poultry, live 3 trucks, hens about steady, chickens firm hens 16%@17c; Leghorn hens 13c; Roc fryers 19c, colored 16^fec; Rock spring 20%c, colored ISc; Rock broilers 165" colored 15c; Leghorn chickens 2 Ibs. up 15C small 14c; bareback chickens 13®15c; roos ters 12%c; turkeys ll@14c; old ducks *¥· Ibs. up lOHsC, small lOc; young white duck 4 J 4 Ibs. up 13c, small lie; small colors ducks lOc; old geese lOc, young 32c. NEW YORK PROnuCE NEW YORK. July 18. Ul--Eggs 13,289 irregular: mixed colors: Mediums, 40 Ibs. 23lic; dirties No. 1. 42 Ibs., 22%c: aver age checks 205r21c; other mixed colors un changed. Butter 14,748, steady; prices unchanged extra (92 score) 23^sc. Cheese 199,544 steady; prices unchanged CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO. July IS. (.11--Butter 13.525 iteady; prices unchanged. Eggs 13.277, steady; prices unchanged ;T. LOUIS--t AB H PO A (ju-y SB Burns Ib filters If Colemun rf 4 West cf Herosley Cllft 3b 4 Burnett 2b 4 Knott p 2 Van Atta. p 1 Cum p 0 xPcpper 1 0 (I 9 1 3 S 3 0 5 0 4 -1 4 1 4 2 1 4 4 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 36 10 24 9 WASHINGTON--8 AB H PO A Knliel Ib 5 2 11 0 Stone rf M.vcr 21) Manush If Travis 3b Powell cf flolron c Hluegc S5 Llnke p 5 3 0 0 4 2 1 4 4 0 3 0 2 1 0 1 S 1 5 0 3 2 6 0 1 1 4 KANSAS CITY PRODUCE. KANSAS CITY, July 18. uV)--^Produce changed. PRODUCE FUTURES. CHICAGO. July 18. (.PI--Butter futures closed: Storage standards. November 24:!ic; fresh standards, July 23%c. Egg futures: Refrigerator standards, October 25SC. Business Notes By TICKEB TAPE 4 0 0 0 Totals 36 12 27 9 BROOKLYN--5 AB H fO A Boyle cf 3 1 1 3 (First Game) 4 3 3 5 2 15 0 6 0 2 3 0 Frey ss Bucher 3b Leslie Ib B C'c'ello 2b 5 K'necke « 4 B'd'ray rt Xopez c 4 1 2 0 Clark p 3 0 .0 3 Vance p 0 0 0 0 Leonard p 0 0 0 0 Totals 36 14 27 14 PITTSBURGH--t AB H PO A Jensen If 4 0 5 0 L. W'er cf 4 2 4 1 P. W'cr rf 4 0 1 1 VaURfa'n ss 3 1 Young 2b Th'now 3b Snhr Ib Pndden c zzLueas lush p 2 2 4 1 4 0 4 1 1 0 4 1 3 3 3 1 6 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 zLavagetto 1 1 0 0 . Blrkofer p 1 0 0 0 Totals 34 8 27 8 zBattcd for Bush In sixth. ziliattcd for Paddcn in ninth. Brooklyn 211 010 000--5 PIUshUTEh 000 002 200--1 Errors, Fodden, Frey; runs batted In, Bucher, Leslie 2, Boyle, Bordagaray, Lavagetto. Young, Padden; two base Jilts, Suhr, Frey, Young, L. \Vaner; three base hits, Boyle, Vaughan; stolen base, Leslie; sacrifices, Clark. Bucher; doable plays, Cucclnel- !o to Frey to Leslie, Suhr to Vaughan to Suhr, Bucher to Leslie; left on bases, Brooklyn. S, Pittsburgh 4; bases on balls, Bush 1, Blrkofer 2, Clark 1; strikeouts, Bush 3, BIrkofer 2; hits, off Bush 12 In 6, Birk- oler 2 In 3, Clark 7 In 7 2-3, Vance 1 In 1-3 (none out In ainth), Leonard 0 in 1; wild 'pitch, Bnsh; passed ball, Padden; winning pitcher, Clark; losing pitcher. Bush. Umpires, Rlgler, stark and Bnrr. Time, 2:10. BROOKLYN--5 AB H PO A (Second Game) Boyle cf Frey ss Bucher 3b Leslie Ib Phelps e 5 C'c'ello 2b 4 K'necke If 4 1 B'd'ray rf 4 1 Earns'w p 3 5 0 1 0 4 1 0 3 5 3 0 U 9 3 5 1 5 2 1 0 0 4 2 S 0 3 0 1 1 1 Totals 39 12 27 7 PITTSB-DKGH-- 0 AB H PO A Jensen If 4 1 3 0 L. W'er cf 4 xBatted for Van Atta in eighth. St. Louis 000 310 000--I Wanhlngton 000 402 02i--8 Errors, none; rung batted In, Clift 2, Knott, Powell, Bolton 2, Blncgo 2, Coleman, Kuhel, Stone, Travis; two base hits, Myer 2, Bolton, Coleman, stone; three base hit, Hemsloy: sacrifices. Burns: ( feft on base, St. Louis 9, Washington 12: bases on balls, Knott 1, Van Atta 3, Coin 3, Llnkc 3: strikeouts. Von Atta l,,CaIn 1, Linke 3; hits, off Knott 6 In 3 1-3, Van Atta 4 In 3 2-3. Coin 2 In 1: hit hy pitcher, by Van Atta (Bolton); losing pitcher, Van Atta. Umpires, Summers, ftlar- berry and McGownn. Time, 2:08. V. W'er rf 4 1 Vaugh'n S3 3 1 I 3 0 3 0 2 1 Ydnnjr 2 b 4 0 3 3 Th'now 3b 4 1 2 3 Snhr Ib 4 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 Grace c Hoyt p zLucas Swllt p 9 4 1 3 2 1 0 0 0 Totals 34 7 2" 9 zBatted for Host in levrotb. BrookijH 002 001 101--5 Fittsbafgb 000 000 000--0 Error, Jensen; runs batted in, Bncher 2, Phelps 2. Koenccke; two base hits, Snhr, Vanghan; three base hit, Frey; homeran, Koeneckc: stolen base, L. \Vaner; sacrifice, Earnshaw; left on bases, Brooklyn 9, Pittsburgh 8; bases on balls, Earnshaw 1, Hoj-t 1; strikeouts, Earnshaw 4, Hoyt 1; hits, off Hoyt 11 in 7, Swift 1 in 2; loslnc pitcher, Hort. Umpires, Stark, Borr and Rigler. Time, 1:59. FHILA'PHIA--3 A B H P O A Allen cf 4 0 1 0 Watktes It * 1 1 0 Moore rf 3 Camllll Ib Vergez 3b HasIIn ss 4 Chioxza 2b 3 Todd c 4 1 3 0 3 111 1 4 1 1 2 Z 6 2 1 2 6 O i l Davis p 3 0 1 3 Totals 3Z CHICAGO--2 AB B P O A Galan U 3 1 2 0 Herman 2b 4 C'v'etta Ib 4 O'Dea c 4 IJcniarce cf 4 Klein rf 4 Hack 3b Jurjces S3 · X.ee p 1 1 1 0 10 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 0 4 0 3 0 0 1 4 3 1 1 - 3 1 0 1 Totals 33 S27 7 Philadelphia 000 300 000--3 Chicago 100 010 000--2 Errors, none; runs batted In, Vergez* Haslin 2, Cavarretta, O'Dea; two base hits, Ver- eez, Galan; stolen base, Haslin; left on base, Philadelphia 5, Chicago 6; bases on balls, Daris 2, Lee 3; strikeonts, Lee 6; wild pitch, Lee. Umpires, Pflrman, Magerknrth and Sreirart. Tfme, 3:45. BOSTON--I AB H PO A Cosc'rt 3b 3 0 0 1 Tbom'n cf 4 1 Jordan Ib 4 Lcc If Moivry rl Whlt'T 2b tirb'kl ss 4 0 111 C 4 0 2 0 3 1 3 1 3 0 0 2 Spohrer c Brandt p 0 0 0 4 1 1 1 1 Totals 32 4*25 11 ST. LOCK--2 AB H PO A CLEAR LAKE ACE WINS IOWA TEST (Continued From Sport Page) who went to the semifinals of the Minnesota state meet last year. Miss Morton fought back on the inside to square the match on the seventeenth with a par 3. Both showed signs of the strain on the nineteenth hole. Miss Waterman cuffed an approach, the ball moving less than six feet, while Miss Morton missed a three-foot putt for a five. They halved the hole with 6's. Miss Waterman then went on to win on the nineteenth hole. THE CARDS Out: Waterman ., .657 455 535 --45 Morton 665 445 646 --16 In: Waterman . . .365 654 446 . 4--43 Morton 356 553 536 5--47 Little Edith Estabrooks, 14 year old youngster, moved into the semifinals of the meet with a crushing 6 and 5 victory over Eleanor Stevens, young Ottumwa player, in their 18 hole quarterfinals match. The chubby Dubuque girl, who has been playing tournament golf since she was 11 years old, needed no help today from her lucky horseshoe and rabbit's foot which she carries in her golf bag. She banged out a 42, one over par, to finish the first nine 3 up on the Iowa Wesleyan co-ed. Miss Estabrooks won the first two holes, ramming in a 20 foot putt on the second green for a birdie 4. They halved the third hole with 5's, before Miss Stevens took the fourth with a par S, as her opponent developed putter trouble. The Dubuque girl came right back with a 25 foot putt on the fifth to go 2 up again, carding a birdie 3. Miss Stevens won the sixth hole with a birdie 4, playing up nicely with her approach. They halved the seventh with 6's, but Miss Estabrooks won the eighth and ninth in par figures. Miss Estabrooks continued her streak of fine golf into the seasonal nine, winning the first two holes to lead 5 up. Miss Stevens split the twelfth with the youngster but the match ended on the thirteenth where Miss Estabrooks got her par 5. Martin 3b 4 1 2 Orsatt! rf 3 0 3 Both'ck rf 0 0 0 (Vhlfad 2b 4 If 3 2 0 0 2 5 S 0 J. C'ns Ib 3 0 12 0 Davis e 4 3 1 0 T. M're cf 4 2 2 0 Pn'cher ss 3 0 3 3 Ifalla'an p 3 0 0 I Totals 32 7 27 11 ·One ont when wlnninp run scored. aBatted for Orsntti In eighth. Srorr by Innings; Boston .000 000 010--I SI, Lonis rt'-".'- "O" °00 Oil--! Revenue statements of Bell Telephone system and American Telephone and Telegraph company, released Tuesday, disclosed: 1. A net system gain of 201,000 telephones for the first six months of 1935, as compared with the same period last year. 2. A 14 per cent gain over 1934 In the rate of Improvement. 3- Telephones In service at the end of June 13,580,000 or 13 per cent below the maximum development in 1930. 4. Small Increases in operating revenues of the "System" and the parent company over 1931 comparable figures. 5. Slightly larger net income for the "system 1 ' In the five months ended May 31; smaller net Income for the parent company in the first half of the year. 6. Nearly $25,000,000. deficit after dividends on part of the parent company in the first half of 1935. PACKARD SHOWS LARGE GAINS Packard Motor Car company in the second quarter of this year experienced the first return on its 1934 35,000,000 modernization and retooling program it was revealed today when net profit of approximately $1,400,000, or 9 1-3 cents a share on 15,000.000 shares, was estimated for the period by Alvan Macauley, president. This is the first profit for any quarter since the three months ended Sept. 30, 1933, when net income Of 5622,786 or' 4 cent? a share was reported, and indicated the largest profit for a June quarter since 1930 when $2,874,590 or 19 cents a share was earned. In the three months ended June 30, 1833, net Income was 521,953. CUDAHT INCOME SHOWS INCREASE The Cudahy Packing company in the four months ended Feb. 23, 1935, the first third of its fiscal year, had consolidated net income of more than half that reported for the, full fiscal year ended Oct. 27, 1934, it was revealed Tuesday in connection with filing of registration statement for 535,000.- COO ol new bonds and debentures. Net income of SI,015,357 was shown for the four months, equal 'to SI.72 a share on 467,489 common. There is no comparison available, but In the full year ended last Oct. 27 this packing company had net Income of SI.965,624 or 52.97 a common share. SYNDICATE REPORTS FINANCIAL CONDITION According to the June 30 financial statement just issued. Investors Syndicate now has total resources of 565,984,367.15, an increase of $4.079.199.93 from the figure reported ag of Dec. 31, 1S34. Cash, bonds and securities are now $25,704,006.50--up $1,677,231.18 from the previous year end figure The market value of bonds and securities contained in this figure Is 5510, above their bopk value. Capital surplus and reserve have increased another half million dolJars and are now 57,480.700.16. For the first six months of 1935, certificate collections totaled 59,321,507-39 as compared with S7.142.545.12 for the same period of 1935--a gain of over 30 per cent. Mortgage collections were over 19 per cent greater, being S2.324.009.25 during the first half of 1935 as against 51,948,163-07 for the last half of 1034. Eeflecting the same tendency toward strengthening incomes, certificate loans and cash surrenders showed a more than IS per cent decrease. Estabrooks Stevens Estabrooks Stevens THE CARDS. OUT: 545 655 IN: 635 544 635--42 646--16 346 566 There are millions of men in the country -- conservative estimate-who would be pleased to meet the woman, 100 years old, who says nothing hut a crooner can annoy her.--Dubuque Telegraph-Herald, Thornton Girls Win Tilt With John Young Batters T H O R N T ON, July IS.--The Thornton girls' softball team beat the John Young girls in a 10 to 5 game here. Hattie Henderson pitched and Edna Moritz caught. Gretchen Schroeder pitched for the visiting club and Luella Schroeder was catcher Two doubleheaders are scheduled for the Thornton girls and the Question Marks. Friday night they will meet Coulter here, 'and night will play Rockwell. Monday LEAGUE LEADERS By THE ASOC1ATED FRESS AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting--Jofinsoii, Athletics, .350. Runs--Gehringer, liner*. 72. Rims Ratted In--Grocnberc, Timers, 108. Hits--Cramer, Athletics, 115. Doubles--Grccnliprp, Timers, 29. Triples--Stone, Sonntora, 12. Homcnins--Grecnbcn;, TIcers, 26. Stolen Rasrs--\\rber. Red Sox, 13. Pitching--Tnmiills, Yankees, 7-2. NATIONAL LEAGUE Bnttln?--VnnRhan, IMratrn, .387. Runs--Medwick, Cardinals, nnd Ott, Giants, f9- Runs HattHI Tn--4. Collins, Cardinal*, 73, Hits--Medwlch, Cr.rdlnnls, nnd Herman, Cubs. 2R. Triples--Gwrlman, Reds, 10. Homrnms--Ott, Olnnts, 20. Stolen Rnse!v-- Mnrtin, Cartlnals U. Pitching;--rarmcleV, Glant^ 10-2. EXCHANGE RULED BY SPECIALTIES Number of Issues Move tc New Highs; Utilities Are Hesitant. NEW YORK, July 18. (/P)--Spe cialties again ruled the stock mar ket today with a number of issue forging ahead into new high terri tory for the year. Most of the utili ties were hesitant. Shares up fractionally to 2 point or so included Westinghouse, Johns- Manville, Allied Chemical, Air Re duction, Case, J. C. Penney, Santa Fe, Philip Morris, American Tobac co "B," National Steel, Bethlehem TJ. S. Steel, General Motors, Chrys ler, Walgren and" United Aircraft American Telephone and Consolidat eci Gas were about unchanged, as were Pullman, N. Y. Central and Standard Oils of N. J. and California. The late tone was firm. Transfers approximated 1,600,000 shares The news, generally, was neither particularly stimulating nor repressing. Grains were a neutral influence, as was cotton. Bonds were subjected to selective buying, although many loans did virtually nothing. Foreign exchanges were listless. General Motors stock was one of the liveliest of the session, blocks of several thousand shares being turned over at the opening. The power group did not seem unusually disturbed by yesterday's Mew Orleans court decision upholding constitutionality of the Tennessee Valley Authority. Commission house commentators were still friendly toward the market, as a whole, and the belief was general that the internal structure of the list is quite sound. Curb Market NEW YORK, July IS. \A J !--Despite early elling of utility shares the curb market vzs inclined to reach tor higher levels to- ay. The power Issues were afi'ected by the ecision of the circuit court of appeals in ouislana upholding the constitutionality of :e Tennessee valley authority. American Gas and Electric dropped 1 oints to 287i and other leading utilities elded fractional ground. In contrast with lis movement, however, such trading favor- as Aluminum company, International etroleum, Montgomery ward A f Newmont, arker Rust Proof, Sherwin Williams, A. 0. raith corporation and Swift International ushed forward to new high levels for the irrent upswing. Alcohol and disUJlery shares were also the inters of buying interest although their ains were small. Stock List NEW YORK STOCKS. NBW YORK. July 18. WPJ-- Final Quotations. Air Reduction 149',4 Johns Manv 58 19% 24% 29 31 i Allegheny 1 Al Che Dye 159» Am Can 142 Am For =sw 3% Am Pow Lt 3% Am Smelt Re 42% Am Steel Fdr» 18 H Am Sugar A T T Am Ton B Am Water Wk« Anaconda Atchlson Atl Ret Auburn Aviation Corp B'aidwln Loco B O Barnsdall Bcmlix Av BeUi Stl Bordens Borg Warner Burr Add Canada Dry Can Pacific Case Cerro de Pasco Chcs 0 Ches Corp Chi E 111 Chi N W 1% Chi Gt W .... Chi Gt W pfd C M S P P .... C M S P p pfd IV. C R I P % Chrysler Col G E Comwlth Sou Con Gas Cons oil Contl can 57 127% 96'/i 10% 16 51% 23% 22% 3 2 IS H VI 8% 17W, 32 ;t 25% 44 · 351,4 10 ?i 10 60 H 57-,i 4-tU 43 54 M TA 1'A 41 22 29',; 6154 13 % Bond Market NEW YORK, July 18. (JP)--Some degrees Irregularity featured the bond market dur- g the early dealings today, but the gen- al run of trading and investment favorites d enough support to attain moderately im- oved levels. The response of the utility division to the misiana federal court decision validating e Tennessee valley authority was inaction .ther than weakness. The comparatively w transfers in utility loans during the renoon resulted in minor price changes. Conforming to the selective pattern of the ock market various industrial Hens, repre- .nting companies believed to be in line for tpanded earning power, were helped to uigb- r prices by rr.*sderately active bidding. Pjails moved rather unevenly. · U. S. governments continued to move with- n a narrow range but their tone was steady. Leading foreign groups did a little better. GOVERNMENT BONDS. NEW YORK. July 18. UP,'--U. S. govern- icnt bonds, closed: Liberty 3iis Liberty First 4Vis .Liberty Fourth 4'4s 101.18. Treasury 4'4s 47-52 117.4. Treasury 4s 44-54 112.7. Treasury 3%s 40-43 June 108.23. Treasury 3*s 46-49 105.11. Treasury 3s 51-55 104.6. Miscellaneous POTATO MARKET CHICAGO. July 18. UP)--U. S. depart- ifint OC agriculture.-Potatoes 117, on track 216; total U. S. liipments 572; old stock, about steady, pplies light, demand''and trading light; acked per cwt.: Idaho russets U. S. No. 51.20; new stock, slightly weaker, sup- Hes moderate, demand and trading slow; labama bliss triumphs fair condition SI.35; rkansas bliss triumphs U. S. No. 1. S1.55; alifornia long whites U. S. No. 1, Sl.SOffl ·SO; Missouri cobblers U. S. No. 1. and artly graded, 8ScffS1.15; Kansas cobolera " S. No. 1, and partly graded, 51.15; North arolina triumphs showing decay S1.25: enncssee cobblers U. S. No. 1. S1.45; bliss riumphs U. S. No. i. si.70; Virginia cob- lers showing decay S1.25. NEW YOHK SUGAR. NEW YORK. July 18. tji--Raw sugar was uiet early today and with refiners still hold- ng aloof, no sales were reported. Offerings, owever, continued rather liberal at conccs- ions of 5 points from previous paid prices, r at 3.25c for spots. After opening 1 point higher to 2 points owcr, futures weakened. The break carried ctember No. 3 off from 2.2SC to 2.21c and lay from 2.04c to 1.99C or 5 to 6 points net owcr. The early decline was nearly all re- overed with the market at mid-clay back to r within a point ot the previous close with eptember at 2.27c and May at 2.01C. Refined was quiet and unchanged at 5.25c or fine granulated. MINNEAPOLIS FLOUR MINNEAPOLIS. July 18. on--Flour un- hanged. Shipments 20,959. Pure bran $17 00 318. Standard middlings $18.50^19. Hides and Wool Quotations Furnished by Inc., SOS Fifth Street Southwest. HORSEHIDES lorseblilea . , . . . $3.50 ·OBEEN BEEF UIDES Up to 25 Ibs ~ _..4c 5 to 45 Ibs ,, 3% c \Torc than 60 ft* ..,,. ..3Hc lii hides 2c ·Cured tildes half cent more a pound. (On above price half cent hlshcr to wholf- ale dealers In wholesale lots.) lear woo! 22c tb lurry and chaffy \veol 39c Ib. Icjccts ISc Ib. ^ast year's wool ISc lt. Last year's burry and chaffy TTOO! ,...J5c Ib. Contl oil Contl Ins Contl Mot Corn Prod Curtlss Wr Deere pfd Du Pont Sastman El Pow Lt Fox Film A Freeport Tex ien Am Trang Gen Elect Foods Gen Motors Gillette 101,1-1 iold Dust loodrich Goodyear Graham Paige Gt Nor pfd ~" West Sug Hudson Motors 1! Cent nt Har nt Nick Can T 2054 37 1 75 2% 10 »; 27 -X 3ST4 37 15% IS 17 8 19 IS 21 29 ·19'i 27 W Kennecott Kresee Kroger Llbbey 0 F Ol Lie My » Loews Loose Wiles Lorlllard Maytag .... McKcss . Rob 6% McK Rob pfd 37% Mid Cont Pet 11 M K T 2% Mo Pac Mont Ward Morrell Nash NatI Biscuit Nat cash Re A 17',; Nat .Dairy Natl Distill Nat Pow . Lt N Y Cent N Y N H H No Am No Pac Oliver Farm Oliver Farm pfd Packard Penlck Ford Penney Penn Phillips Pet Proc Gam Pullman R C A RK 0 Rem Rand Rep stl Rey Tob B Roy Dutch Sears Roe Shell union Skelly Socony Vac So Pac St Brands St G E St Oil Cal St Oil Ind St Oil N J Stew Warner Studebaker Texas Corp Tex Gulf Sul Tim Roll Bear Union Car Unit Pac Unit Air Unit Corp U S Gypsum U S Indus Alch U S Rubber U S steel Wabash Warner Pix West El Mfg Woolworth Wrlsley Yel Truck 79% 24% 21 52 % 4374 48 !4 33',;, 19 33 r, 64% 107 17 3% 59 ·1554 13 3S% 4 ' 60% 62% SO 3% CHICAOO STOCKS CHICAGO. July 18. 1% N W Bancorp Quaker Oats Swift £ Co Swift Inll Utility Ind Zenith Ities Service exter 6!4 :ellraann B Co 7*1 Ibby-McNeil 7 .tl Leather 1 all Standard 33 »4 MINNEAPOLIS, osed: First Bank Stock 10'A. Northwest Bancorporation STOCKS. July 18. l.T!-- Stocks IOWA PUBLIC UTILITY PREFERRED STOCKS Eld and asked July IS: ent St El 7 pfd ($25 par) Cent St p L 7 pfd D JC Gas 8 pfd (S50 par) .. D M Gas 7 pfd (S50 par) .. Interstate Pow 7 pfd Iowa Electric 7 pfd Iowa Electric 6% pfd Iowa El Lt Pow 7 pfd Iowa El Lt Pow 6 pfd .. Iowa Pow Lt 7 pfd Iowa Pow Lt 6 pfd .... :owa Pub service 7 pfd .. Iowa Puh Service 6 pfd .... Iowa South Utll 7 pfd N w Bell Tel 654 pfd 114V. United Lt Rys 7 pfd .... 55 United Lt Rys 6 pfd 53 K 6 3V- 51 49 15 14'4 55 53 19 IS IS 62 60% 73% 71V- 46te 118 59 57 Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- BecU Bldg. Telephone No. 7 CHICAGO STOCKS Bendix Corp 17 "A Quaker Oats 135 B'org-warn Cp 44V5 Swift a Co 17 Butler Bros 6'A Swift Intl Co 35% Cities Service Co 1=4 Cord Corp 3^ Lib. McK Lib 7 Marshall Fields 8Tw NEW YORK CCBB *Vm Gas Elec 63% Ford M of Eng i Cyanamid B 21% Hi Walker Co Am Sup Pow Co 1^4 Hud B M S Ak Nat Gas A 1H Humble Oil Co As G Elec A 9-16 Niag Hud Pow Can Marconi 17 B Pennroad Corp Dist Corp Seag 21 S 0 Ky Co Elec Bb Share 8% United Gas Co Ford M of Can 26% Un Li Pow A NEW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 1G% Kelvinator Co Am Bank Note 27« Am Beet Su Co 14 Am C Fy Co SOS Am Roll'g Mills 21-;i Amer Metal Co 19's Am R S Co 15',* Aracr Tob Co 96% Armour Co A 4",S 11 'i 12 45% 36 . U S Gypsum Co 59 Walgreen Co 2914 Zenith Co 2% 30 57?; s?i 2 V, 21% 3li IV, 16 Vi As Dry Goods E'ei Hemingway Best Co Brlggs Mfg Co Budd Mfg Co Byers A M Co Calif Packing 35% Caterpillar Trac 52 Com Credit 4S}'i Com Solvents 20"-; Cont Oil 20'^s Cr of Wheat 38 ,i Cudahy Packing 43% Curt-Wrl Co A 7"; Douglas Airc 27 J ,i Eaton Mfg Co 22% Elec Auto Lite 25% Erie R R Co 8% Fire'ne T Ru 147, First Nat Stores 54 Foster-Wheeler 16',s Glidden Co SO 1 /; Gt North'n Ore 11«; Houst Oil (new) 2% Hupp Motors 1% Intl Carriers 5^i Indust Rayon " 29'/i Lambert Co Liquid Carb Cp 32% Loose Wiles Bis 40 Mack Truck 22% Mathicson Alk 31-« McLollan Stores 12% Mex Seab'd Oil 27% Min. Mollne Imp 4ii Motor Products 35% No Amer Avi 3% Otis Steel Co 8!4 Owen III Glass 102 K Park Utah Cop 414 Peoples G LI 32'i Ffllsbury Flour 35". Plymouth Oil 9% Pub Ser of N J 36% Pure oil Co SU Purity Bakery 14% Reo Motors 3H Simmons Co 10% So Calif Edison 19% Sperry Corp 10% Telautograph 67^ Tide Wa As Oil 10'4 U S Smelter 103% Utll P L A 2% Vanadium Un Gas Imp Warren Bros XVcstern Myld Western Union Worth'n Pump Youngs S T 15% 14% 4Vi 21 K INVESTMENT TRUSTS Bid and asked July IS: Cork Tr Sh 2.18 Corp Tr Sh AA Mod 2.51 Corp Tr Sh Accum Ser .. 2.15 Corp Tr Accum Ser Mod .. 2.51 Dividend Sh 1.36 Maryland Fund ......16.33 Nationwide Sec 3.42 Nationwide Sec Vtc 1.26 Nor Amer Tr Sh 2.03 Nor Amer Tr Sh 1955 2.5S Quarterly Trie Sh ........ 1.35 Selected Am Sh Inc 1.30 Super Corp Am Tr A .... 3.-11 U S El L P A MS U S El L P B . 2.01 U S E! L P Vtc 74 1.48 17.66 1.-18 1.42 2.11 .82 Hansell Softball Team Wins From Geneva Club GENEVA, July 18.--Hansel! so*t- ballcrs beat Geneva 8 to 1, Straw and Carberrv being the winning battery, while Liapple and Burkle were the local pair CLIMB TO NEW TOP OF $10.50 Short Supplies and Broader Demand for Fresh Pork Basic Factors. CHICAGO, July 18. 13")--A new high price in almost five years was established in the hog market today, an uninterrupted upturn in the market stretching over three weeks has added $1 and more to values and brought quotations to a top of $10.50, highest level since October. 1930, when the top was $10.60. Short supplies and a broader demand for fresh pork at higher quotations are the basic factors in the trade. Shipments and receipts have dwindled to surprisingly low levels and storage supplies are being tapped heavily to supply the dressed trade. Hogs today were 10 to 15 cents higher than Wednesday although the trade in butchers was slow The bulk of better medium weighl animals sold at $10.30@10.50. Receipts were only 8,000, contrasting with a run of 23,000 a year ago. Despite a narrow shipper demand in the cattle trade, prices * held fully steady, with better grade light heifers and mixed yearlings as well as scattered desirabe steers strong to a shade higher. Choice 1526 pound averages sold at Sir while the best light steers were bought at $11.60. Fat lambs were mostly steady but the day's top was 10 cents lower. Sheep receipts were 6,000. Mason City Livestock SCASON CITY. July 18.-HOGS Fifteen to 25 cents higher. Good light lights 140-160 JS.25-S.50 Good lights 160-180 59.10-9.35 Good lights 180-200 59.35-9.65 Good light butchers 200-220 59.50-9.SO Good light butchers 220-2.M 59.50-9.80 iood med. wt. butchers 250-290 59.15-9.45 Good heavy butchers . . 290-350 53.80-9.10 Good prime hy. butchers 350-400 SS.40-8.70 ood packing sows ...... 275-350 S8.15-S.45 Good heavy sows 350-425 S7.90-S.20 jood big heavy sows ., 425-550 S7.70-8.00 3ood big heavy sows 550 and up 57.40-7-70 (The above is a 10:30 track hog market :or good and choice hogs. The difference in price Is for short and long haul hogs.) CATTLE Steers, choice 1200-1400 S 9.00-10.00 steers, choice 1000-1200 J 8.50-10.00 teers. med. to good 1100-1400 S 7.00- 8.50 iteers. med. to good 900-1100 S 6.00- 7.00 iteers, com. to med. 900-1100 $ 5.00- 6.00 Heifers, good to choice S 7.SO- 9.00 Heifers, medium to eood S 5.50- 7.50 Heifers, common to medium -- S 4.50- 5.50 Cows, good to choice ......-- S 4.50- 5.25 -ows, fair to good S 3.50- 4.50 Cows, cutters - S 3.25- 3.75 2ows. cannera S 2.50- 3 25 Bulls, heavy -- $4.50-5.25 Bulls light S 3.50- 4.50 Calves gd. and choice 130-190 5 6.00- 9.50 Calves, med. to good 130-190 S 5.50- 6.0U lajves infer, to com. 130-190 $ 5.50 down LAMBS Yearlings, good to choice 70-90 S5.25-5.50 'earlfngs. med. to good 70-Sfl S4.50-5.23 'earllngs r a!r to medium . . . S3.25-4.25 : u lls 53.25 down Lambs, good to choice .. 70-90 S7.00-7.50 Lambs, medium to good 56.00-7.00 Lambs, fair to medium £5.00-6.00 ullg J4.00 down Buck'iambs $1 less. All truck lambs three pounds dock a lamb Quotations subject to market fluctuations. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO. July 18. Ufl--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 8,000, Including 3,000 direct; falr: active on lighter weights and packing sows: 10 to 15 cents higher than Wednesday's average- butchers slow: bulk better 180 to 230 Ibs. S10.35@10.50: top S10.50: iUlk desirable packing sows S8.60C?S.85. CATTLE o.OOU; calves 1.500: very few strictly grain fed steers and yearlings here; shipper demand narrow, but market fully steady with better grade light heifer and mixed yearlings as well as a few loads medium weight and weighty steers strong to shade higher; strictly choice 1,526 Ib. averages $12; best light steers S11.60; light weight mixed yearlings 510.65: grassy and short fed steers weak and all grassy she stock very dull and unevenly lower: stockers and feeders steady to weak at S6@7.25 mostly; bulls and vealers strong. SHEEP 6.000; fat lambs opened fairly active, mostly steady; day's top and some closing sales 10 cents and more lower; five cars choice 95 Ib. Idahos 58.50; natives mostly S8.25«f8.50; yearling and aged sheep little changed; plain yearlings S6; native slaughter ewes S2®3.25. SOUTH ST. 1'AL'L LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL. July 18. iVP.'--U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 2.600; calves 1.600: steady to 25c lower: steers S6.50S70.50; heifers 56.25 7.25: cows S5-25 down; low cutters and liters S3.25'j4.25; bulls 55.25S6; calves ;«7. HOGS 2,200; 10-25C higher; 170 to 240 Ibs. Sg-SS^lO-lO; 240 to 2SO Ibs. 59.50^9.85: 2f" to 400 Ibs. S9«9.50; sows SS.75. SHEEP 9,500; steady; lambs SS. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA. July IS. C'T'J-- U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 5.000; steady: 170 to 190 Ibs. S9.60 f£T9.90; 150 to 170 Ibs. S9.25@9.70; pigs up to $9; packing sows S8.90fi'9. CATTLE 2,500; calves 200; steady to lOc higher; steers SS.25^79.50: heifers SS579.25; cows S4.50'j?6; cutter grades S3.50SM.25; bulls S5.75W6.25; vtalers $8. SHEEP 3,500; steady; lambs S7@7.85. SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CITY. July IS. tr»--17. E. depart racnt of agriculture-CATTLE 1,200; steady: yearlings up to $10.25: heifers up to $9.50: cows $4.50516; low cutters and cutters 53.75^4.35. HOGS 4.000; steady to lOc lower: 170 to 270 Ibs. S975SF10: top S10; 150 to 170 Ibs. 59.25^9.75: sows SS.75ft8.S5; pigs up to $9. SHEEP 1.000; including 550 direct; steady; lambs S7.75*?S. KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITY. July IS. i.r.'--U. S. department of agriculture-- HOC.S 1.500; no direct: slow, uneven steady to lOc nicher than Wednesday's average; a top of $10.05 on choice 200 to 240 Ihs.; desirable 170 to 260 Ibs. S9.75W10; 270 to 323 Ibs. S9.501i9.S5; light light icarce: sows SS.25'?S.75. CATTLE 2.500: calvep 700: slaughter steers and yearlings slow, a few early salei steady: other killing classes of cattle unchanged; vealers steady, stockers and feeders slow, steady to weak: good choice 1006 ib. yearlings $10.25; a few other loads desirable led steers eligible around SS^IO; a few common to medium westerns SG^T7.r,0; low- cutter and cutter cows S3.25-^4.25: butcher cows J4.25?5."iO; practical top vealers $7.5(1 SHEEP 3.0f)0: lambs and yearlings around 25c lower: odd lots sheep about steady; top tmcl:ed In native lambs $7^i7.75: most sales $7.50177.75: Idahos 57.25: sorted 20 per cent: Texas yearlings S5.35«5.50. Americanism: Sentencing a low- type criminal to prison for forty- five years, with a provision that he can get out after fifteen yearn if his friends have enough money to hire a lawyer.--Fountain Inn Tribune. Hog Markets MIDWEST HOGS Hog prices (it midwest markets Thursday: WATERLOO--Hogs 10 to 20 cents higher. Good to choice 140 to 180 Ibs. 58.25SS9.45: 180 to 250 Ibi. $9.40(39.80; 250 to .350 IDs. $8.63@9.45: packing sows 275 to 550 IDS. $7.80®8.50. CEDAR RAPIDS--Good hogs $8.40g!8.8B: 150 to 160 Ibs. S8.805f9.05; 160 to 170 Ibs. ?9.05®9,30; 170 to 180 Ibs. S9.305J9.55: 180 to 200 Ibs. 59,5551)9.80; 200 to 22d Ibs. J9.65«f9.90; 220 to 250 Ibs. 59.55SP9.80: 250 to 290 Ibs. S9.30@9.55; 290 to 325 11)3. $9.05®'9.30; 325 to 350 Ibs. 58.8099.05: good packers 275 to 350 Ibs. S8.20(ii)8.4r 350 to 425 Ibs. $8.05(if8.3C; 425 to 500 Ibs. SV.90S.i-S.10: 500 to 550 Ibs. S7.65S7.90, ITTUMH'A--Hogs lOc higher: 140 to 150 Ibs. S8.50e8.80; 150 to 160 Ibs. S8.801C9.10; 160 to 170 Ibs. S9.10«i:!.'10; 170 to ISO Ibs. S9.30ff9.60; 180 to 200 Ibs. S9.409.70; 200 to 220 Ibs. $9.5051-9.80; 220 to 250 Ibs. $9.40 ®9.70; 250 to 290 Ibs. JJ9.10ff9.40; 290 to 330 Ibs. $8.805(9.10; 350 to 400 Ibs. $S.45fi' S.75; packers 275 to 350 Ibs. S8.25£i8.55: packers 350 to 425 Ibs. SS.10'8.40; packers 425 to 450 Ibs. S7.905i'8.20. AUSTIN--Market 15c higher; good choice 180 to 200 Ibs. S9.35@9.65; 200 to 250 Ibs. S9.45W9.75; 250 to 290 Ibs. $9.20® 9.50; 220 to 350 Ibs. $8.S5@9.15; packing sows, good, all weights, S7.65®8.35. COMBINED HOG RECEIPTS. OES MOINES. July 16. OB--U. S. depart- mcnt of agriculture-Combined hog receipts at 22 concentration yards and 9 packing plants located in Interior Iowa and southern Minnesota for the 24 hour period ended at 8 a. m. today were 8.100 compared with 11,900 a week ago and 24,600 a year ago. Prices mostly lOc to 15c higher; spots 20c to 25c above Wednesday's average; undertone strong; loading alow. Good and choice: Light lights, 140 to 160 16s. SB.i01fS.30: light weights, 180 to ISO Ibs. S9.10Tl'9.70: ISO to 200 Ibs. $9.40tf9.90: medium weights, 200 to 220 Ibs. $9.50«7I10; 220 to 230 Ibs. $9.40ffi9.90; heavy weights, 250 to 290 Ibs. $9.15®9.05; 290 to 350 Ibs. $8.70{f9.30. Good: Packing sows. 275 to 350 Ibs. $8.15 fi-8.60; 350 to 425 Ibs. $7.9088.40: 425 to 030 Ibs. S7.60ff8.20. LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO, July IS. (.-TV--Official estimated receipts tomorrow: Cattle, 3,000; hogs, 7,000; sheep, 7,000. Representative Sales CHICAGO. July 18. (/TV--U. S. department of agriculture--Representative sales; HOGS. Lights-- Heavy-16 46 41 49 5S3 343 230 270 8.75 9.50 9.65 9.90 Mediums-- i2 245 i6 236 62 224 60 218 194 183 175 166 Light Lights- 43 152 47 145 Steers-- 10.30 10.33 10.15 10.50 CATTLE. Heifers-1525 110S 1316 1080 1390 1162 1046 893 12.00 11.60 11.35 11.00 10.40 10.25 9.10 6.00 Range Lambs-.200 95 ·00 85 Native Lambs-- 14 SOO 26 781 32 539 15 316 Cows-5 11 3 10 SHEEP. Yearlings-200 1254 1039 980 803 10.40 10.25 10.20 10.15 10.00 9.90 7.00 4.50 7.50 6.00 4.25 3.50 131 -1 64 33 SO 78 73 85 8.50 8.00 8.50 8,50 8.00 7.50 Slaughter Ewes-11 12G 3.25 Lam son Brothers Market* Letter MARKET REVIEW \Vheitt--Though there were periods of firmness today, advances did not hold and outsiders were more inclined to take profits than make new purchases. The Kansas City market was inclined to drag today and the spot basis of their wheat was about ^ to 2 cents lower. Minneapolis was inclined to firmness. Rust reports were again received [rom the northwest. December wheat waa .nclined to lag early In the session, selling at one time within % cent of September. Later more pressure developed and the September-December difference widened again 1 cent a bushel. Broomhail said conditions in Argentine were considered serious with rain urgently needed. The wheat market continues to fluctuate in a nervous manner and we believe It best to await easy periods before taking a definite friendly attitude, Corn--There was not much change in corn prices today although the late weakness in wheat brought out a little local selling. A large percentage of today's receipts carne from an Iowa terminal. The South Dakota crop report stated that corn continued to progress with condition fair to good. General rains, however, are needed soon. WOOL MARKET. BOSTON, July 18. wP.'--U- S. department of agriculture-Fair quantities of short French combing 64s and finer territory and oiher western grown wools are moving at 65-G7 cents scoured basis for the best lots and 63-65 cents for, wools of inferior character. Some buying is reported In Texas wools at prices which figure around "0 cents scoured basis, spot or delivered Boston - average clip. All grades of fleeces are relatively quiet and quotations are unchanged but largely nominal, country prices on medium fleece wools are reported slightly easier. Bristow Softball Squad Wins Close Dumont Tilt DUMONT, July 18.--Bristow beat the Dumont softball team here 3 to 1 as Shreve and Truex were the winning battery. Uhlenhopp, Eltjes and Les Pfaltzgraff were the local batteries. Buck Grove and the Chapin girls were scheduled here Thursday. DEAE MOAH = ARE SUSAR DADDIES CANDI WITH THEIR A.M. SIGNA DEAR NOAH" NWHAT ELSE- COULD A COW BUTTER MII-V^ V.E.8A6COCK, DEAR NOAH= WOULD GKOCEI5 ACCEPT A, BIRDS NOTH FOR. A DOCKS BILL? B.CLAtJCY, CAKTce, CKLA. WHEAT-Tuly 5ept Dec CORN-July !ept Dec OATS-July ____ WHEAT WEAK IN CLOSING TRADE Sales of Large Amounts of Red Winter Wheat Made in Chicago. CHICAGO, July 18. (/B--Sales of large amounts of red winter wheat to arrive here for September delivery led to notable late weakness of Chicago wheat prices late today. Indications point to a liberal supplies of red winter wheat in Ohio. Another late weakening- influence was somewhat aggressive selling of December wheat by houses with connections southwest. Wheat closed shaky, % to 1% cents under yesterday's finish, September, 84 ] A@S4%; corn % to l',i cent down, September 75^4® 75%; oats %. to % cents off, and provisions varying- from 5 cents setback to 10 cents advance. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN. CHICAGO. July 18. 'iiPt--Wheat: No. 2 red 86%(S:87y c: No. 3 red 85@85%c: No. 2 dark hard 94^-c; No. 1 hard 94©;94%c; No. 2 bard 92%®94Uc; No. 3 hard 91c; tough, No. 2 hard 8594c; tough. No. 3 hard 85c: No, 3 red garlicky 79?lc: No. 1 mixed 84!4c; No. 2 mixed 85892%c, mainly 75-80 per cent hard; No. 3 mixed 91c, 7G per cent hard. Corn: No. 2 mixed 85%c; No. 4, mixed S3%c; No. 2 yellow 86%lft : iic; No. 3 yellow 85%f-}ic; No. 5 yellow 85%c; sample grade ·5c. Oats; No. I white 38Vic: heavy No. 2 vhlte 35?i ^ae^c; No. 3 white 34^34^0; sample grade 31%c. No rye. Buckwheat: No. 1, 51.17; No. 3, $1.05: sample pradc 95c. Soybeans: No, 2 yellow 60c, net track country station. Barley: Feed 35SJ45c nominal; malting 42 (y 53c nominal. Timothy seed: $3.80 cwt.; new $3.90 ewt. Clover seed: $12.75^17.75 cwt. Lard; Tierces $14.25; loose $14.17; bellies S17.80. Mason City Grain MASON CITY, July 18.-Barley SO-tJSc No. 2 yellow shelled corn, old ..75c No. 3 shelled, new 74c No. 4 ear _ 68c White Oats, No. 3 23c THURSDAY GRAIN CLOSE. CHICAGO, July 18. High .SO Low .84-y, ·S4,4 .S5» .83 .75 H .6414 .34 .46% .46% .48% Dec ...... RYE-July ..... Sept ...... Dec ..... . BARLEY-July ......... Sept .......... LARD-July ......... ept .......... 14.12 Oct ............ 13.30 Dec .......... 12,72 BELLIES-- Tuiy ......... Sept .......... 14.07 13.70 12.67 Close -83% .333i ·31» .33% .4551 .45% · .47% 14.25 14.10 13.70 12.67 THURSDAY GRAIN CLOSE. CHICAGO, July IS. UP1-- July Sept Dec COEN-July Sept Dec OATS-July Sept Dec. RYE-July Sept Dec BARLEY-July ept LAR.D-- July Sept. Oct. . . Dec BELLIES-July Sept Open close Today Yesterday . -S6 .85Vi · -861/i .So.% . .86% .86» Close Year Ago ·99% 1.01% 1.02% .62% .85 .84 V, .76% .76% ·65 .64% .66% .34'i .31-1i .31?; .45% .33% .33% ,4 6 l,i .46% .46% .46% .73=4 .43?; .48% .75% .42 ·42U .57?: 14.20 14.05 13.75 12.70 17.87 17.40 10.00 10.25 KA.NS.4S CITF CRADf KANSAS CITY. July 18. I/TV-Whoat '62 cars; -1C cent higher to 3% cents lower- No 2 dark hard 96%cs8S1.07%; NO 3 SI 0: No. 2 hard 95cesi.02%; No. 3, ftiVieu^c- No. 2 red s9H®S9y,c: NO. 3. S9c. Sorn 21 cars: 14 cent higher to V. cent lower: NO. 2 white nom. S S ^ l f f a o w c - No 3 89c; No. 2 yellow nom. S7V.JfS89y.c- No' 3 MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN MINNEAPOLIS. July 18. m-Wh-at receipts 33 cars compared to 42 a year ago VV^i h '^ r - ?"? : ,, N °- InortSeVn .3^17.1.15%; No. 1 dark northern is per cent protein J1.15%!i1.17!$; 14 per cent '«'£ SI.14£S»1.16H: » P?r cent P "roteln .3^IM.15ii; 12 per cent protein «1 TW *?1.15%; fancy No. 1 hard Montana 14 ner cent nrotein sl.09^ 01.1H4 · .. ^ a r r i v e Sl.09KfTl.ilH; ftnct- No. i taM amblr durum Sl.OS-r, Wl.w; ; fancy No 2 tort amber rturum S1.07K«M.13%: No 1 red ' Corn. No. 3 yellow 78w. Oats. No. 3 white 33®i34c. OMAHA GRAIN. i J « H \. JUl J' 18 ' J! - whK »: No. 3 dark d SI; No. 4 dark hard 92c; No. 1 hard i c f t s i ; No. 2 hard 90'.i«fnSc- No 3 hard ;S94«c: No. 4 hard ST'.sefoicI N S 5 hard SS^c: sample grade Tfi-rf^Hc- No' 5 yellow hard sic; No. 5 yellow bard 83tt£ Corn: No. l white 86c. Oats: No. 4 white 32c. Mixea grain 2Sc. Waterloo Golfer Wins at Waverly Tourney, Others From North Iowa at Head WAVERLY, July 18.-EIaine Anderson of Waterloo shot an 87 to win the first flight of the women's invitational golf meet at the Waverly course Wednesday, with 51 in competition. Mrs. Harry Johnson of Osage won third place with a 94 while Mrs. Margaret Faragher of New Hampton had a 98 and Jfrs. Roger Glanville of Masoa City a jQ3. Mrs. 0. W. Pohle of Osage was runncrup in the second flight and Mrs. June Schoenfeldt of Nashua won the fourth flight. ; m lifill i!-J ft If *S £"''·* If J - f , \

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