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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 1 1935 American League BOX SCORES WEDNESDAY'S GAMES ST. LOUIS--3 AB H I'O A lory M 4 0 4 3 Burns Ib Setters !' 3 0 10 0 4 2 2 0 1 0 Colenun rf 4 1 1 0 West c f 3 0 4 0 Hemsley c 4 Olft 3b 4 Carey 2 b 4 1 1 4 Andrews p 3 1 0 3 xBuraeU X 0 0 0 Totals 34 8 Z 4 1 0 DETROIT--II AH II I'O A \VIilIc cf 5 0 2 0 C'chrane c B I 5 I G'lnser Zl 4 1 3 Gr'bcnt Ib 4 3 IS 1 Gojlln II Rocell ss Kox rf .Owen 3b j : 4 1 4 3 1 0 3 1 Bridges p 4 0 1 3 Totals 38 13 f! 11 xBatted for Andrews In ninth. Score 1» InnlnfS-- St Louis 020001000--3 Dctilr!.::. TM *» ooi !1 Errors/ West and Carey; mrt» batted In, Owen 3, Fox 2, Crccnbcrs 2, Brldtfs, Oos- lln anil Clift; t.vo bast lilts. Hcmslcy, Oivfn and (lift: three base bits, Owen, Greenbcre, Fox; homcnjn, Greenberc: stolen base, White: double l»Iay. CcbrlnRcr to Greenbrrc: left on bases. St. Louis 0. Detroit (i: bases on balls, Brldces 2. Andrews 1: strikeouts, Bridge* 3, Andrews 1: umpires, Kolls and Dlneen: tJme, 1:47- CLEVELAND--4 Alt II I'O A Vosmlk If 5 1 2 AverMI cf 2 1 2 C'pbcll rf 4 0 0 Trosky Ib 4 2 13 IPbock'r ss 4 0 2 Hale 3b 2 5 2 0 · 2b Brcnrel c jcGnlotzer 1 0 0 0 Harder p 3 1 0 . 2 X*.Br(wn p 0 0 0 0 xxW'S'ner 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 8 24 10 2 6 1 CHICAGO--0 AB H I'O A Radcllff If 4 3 S Plct 2b 4 Haas cf-rf 4 llnnnn Ib 4 3 U Wnsh't'n rf 4 Conlan c f 0 0 0 0 AppUng «s 4 I 1 2 Hopkins 3b 4 0 0 ~ Sewcll c 4 1 Pnelns p 3 2 2 0 3 1 0 0 0 Totals 35 13 27 9 zltnttcd for" Brenicl in ninth. xxBntted for I. Brown In ninth. Seore by Innings-Cleveland 000 210 000-J Cblcafo 10° 01 ° OK--« Errors, none; runs batted In, Knickerbocker, Hale, Harder 2, Badcllff, Met, Hans 2, IVnshlnston 2; two base lilts, Vosmlk, Bo- Hum, Sewell; three base hit, Plct: home- runs. Harder 2: double plays, Knickerbocker to Bcrper to Trosky: Ucrser to Knickerbocker to Trosky; left on bases, Cleveland C, Chicago 5* bases on balls, I'hclps 3: strikeouts, Harder 2, I-hclps 3: hits, off Harder, 32 In 7 Innlncs (none out In eighth*: L. Brown, 1 In 1: wild pitch, Phclps; loslni: pitcher, Harder: umpires, Donnelly and GelscI; time, 1:BO. BOSTON--B AB H FO A Bishop 2b 4 1 3 4 AlmnJa rf 5 2 0 0 Johnson If 6 4 3 0 C'ronln ss 4 0 4 0 B. F'rcll c 4 2 3 2 . Cooke cf B 2 B 0 IVIIams 3b 5 0 3 1 Bahln'n Ib 4 1 6 0 IV. F'rell p 1 3 0 5 Totals 40 16 27 12 WASHINGTON--1 AB H PO A ttnim ID n i » Z G 0 0 0 .Miles rf Mjcr 2b Powell cf -Manush If o 3 Travis 3b 4 t Bluege 3b 0 0 Kress as Bolton 2 « 0 3 0 0 3 1 4 2 3 1 2 2 National League BOX SCORES WEDNESDAY'S GAMES (First CHICAGO--t AB II I'O A llalan a 3 » 0 I) Hcrm'n 2b + 1 * ° Cav'r'ta Ib 4 0 11 0 Harln-t c 4 2 3 0 Demaree cf 3 2 2 0 Klfln r f 4 1 0 0 Hack 3 b 4 0 1 3 Jurgcs s s 4 1 1 4 Hcnslunv p 2 1 0 0 sO'Dea n 0 0 0 French p 1 0 0 1 Totals 33 8 27 13 Game) I'lTTSBKBGIl--2 AB H I'O A Jensen If 4 2 1 0 L. U"er cf 4 P. IV'er rf 3 V'chan ss 4 Vounp 2b 3 2 0 0 1 1 3 1 3 Thev'w 3b 4 0 1 0 Jsuhr Ib 3 0 13 2 eLavat'to 1 0 0 0 I'addrn c 3 1 7 0 Blunton p 3 0 1 C Totals 32 6 27 13 xBatted for Henshaw In flffhtb, sBatted for Suhr In ninth. Score by Innings-Chicago 000 000 040--1 rlttsbnrgti 000 001 010--3 Error. Pemnree; runs bnttcd In, I.. Wancr, Herman, Hartnett 2, Demarcc: two base hits, Vaughnn. Jurges; sacrifice, Demnree: dnnblo plays. Hack to Herman to cavarctta; Irft on bases, Chicago 5, Pittsburgh 0: bases on balls, Hcnshaw 2, Blanton 2: strikeouts, lilanton 5, Hctishnw 2: lilts, off Hen- sliaw, 4 In 7, French, 2 In 2; hit by pitcher, by Henshaw (1'oung); winning pitcher. Hcnshaw: umpires. JIagerkurth, Scars and Reardon: lime. 2:04. (Second CHICAGO-- IS AB H FO A Galan I f 0 0 0 0 Her'an 2b H - ~ " Cnv'tu Ib B O'Den c B flem'ec cf 5 Klein rf Hack 3b Jarges ss S Carl'on p 2 211 0 B 3 2 0 4 1 0 3 S 0 8 H 0 0 0 HemV p 2 0 0 0 Root p 1 0 0 0 Game.) PITTSBL'BCH--! AB H PO A Jensen If J 3 I 0 L.Wer cf B 3 4 0 r.lV'cr rf 4 1 3 Van'han ss 3 1 3 2 Younff 2b fi 0 3 B Thev'w 3b B 1 1 1 Ruhr Ib B 2 11 Grace e Padilen c Bush p 1 1 1 3 1 4 0 0 1 Hoyt p 1 0 0 1 hLav'tto 1 0 0 0 Birk'fer p 1 1 0 (l Total, 4412-3018 Totals « H 33 12 ·None out when winning run scored. aBattcd for Bush In fifth. bBattcd for Hoyt In ninth. htaS bJ """"" : . . . . 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 - 5 itSbuWh".''.'·'·'· OGO ° 20 " l "-1 Summary-Errors. Voung 3, Demart-e: runs batted In. Demaree, Weln, Hack, Cin- orrctta. Jensen, L. \Vaner 3, Snhr. Blrk- otcr two base hits, Hack, Cnvarctta, Herman, Jensen. L. Waner, Demaree: three base ills Suhr Blrkofcr; stolen bases. Herman, Klein: sacrifice, Klein: double plays, II"- mnn to Jnrges to Cavnrretta 2, Suhr to Vaughan to Suhr: left on bases, Chicago a, Pittsburgh 9: bases on balls, off Carjeton Henshaw 1, Hoyt 1: struck out. by Bush Carleton 1, Hoyt 1. Blrkofer 2: lilts, on Bosh 7 in 5 innings. Hoyt 3 In 4, Blrkofer In " Carleton B In 4 2-3, Hcnshnw 0 In 1-3 (none out In tenth). Boot 3 In, 1 (none out In eleventh): winning pitcher. Blrknler, oslng pitcher, Root. Umpires, Sears, Beardon and Magcrkurth. Time, 2:30. Redmond c 0 0 0 0 j N'ewsom p 3 0 1 1 Russell p 0 0 0 0 iStonc J 0 0 0 xxStrange 0 0 0 0 Totals 38 J2 27 12 zBatted for Newsome In rlghtb. zzRan lor Bolton In eighth. Score by Innings-Boston 000 300 201--6 Washington 000 101 020--J Errors, Dahlgren, Crontn: runs batted In, ·W Fcrrcll (4). Travis (2), Almada, Kress, Botton, Cooke: two base nits, B, Ferrell (2): three base hits, Johnson, Manush, Tra- ·~-vt5V Bishop: homeruns, \V. Ferrel! (2): sacrifices,- Kress: double plays, R. Ferrell lo Cronln: Kress to Mycr to Kuhel; left on bases, Boston 10, Washington 10: bases on balls, W. Ferrell 2, Newsome 2. Russell 1: strikeouts, W. Ferrell ], Kewsom I: hits, off Newsom, 13 In 8, Bussell, 3 In 1; losing I pltelier, Newsom; umpires, Moriarlty, berry and Summers: time, 2:14. NEW VOBK--3 AB H FO A J. Moore If 5 3 3 0 Koenlg s» B 1 1 4 Terry Ib 4 1 7 1 O K r f 3 1 1 0 ''Lelber c f 4 1 3 0 Jackson 3b 3 1 0 .1 Dannlnc c 4 1 4 0 untz 2n ,' 3 l 8 2 z G . Davis 1 1 0 0 Ciie'n'Io 2b. 0 0 0 1 Hubbell p 3 2 0 3 zzWelntr'b 1 0 0 0 Chagnon p 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 12 21 12 Totals 36 12 27 14 PHILADELPHIA--5 AB II PO A Allen c f 4 2 3 0 lasun ss a Lucas rf B .1. Moore If 3 2 2 0 Camllll Ib 3 1 B 1 Vergez 3b 3 1 0 Todd c 3 2 6 Gomez 2b 3 Davis p 4 2 1 0 1 1 0 2 5 0 3 2 PRESSBOX (Continued From Spurt Page) end, are employed by ttie state highway commission. ' * * * Coach Veenker has returned froin a vacation on the northern lakes and is busy now preparing for what campus critics believe will bs Iowa State's best year in the Big Six. Iowa Falls Cards Win in Close Battle as Carnival Crowd Sees Long Contest IOWA FALLS, Aug. 1.--The Iowa Falls Cardinals won 4 to 3 from the Sherman-Radcliffe team in a game Wednesday at tee Alden water carnival. The game was attended by a large celebration crowd and went 11 innings. Reese pitched a good game, but was replaced by Braga in the eleventh. The Cards have won 18 out of 21 games played. Only two teams, Eldora and Pra|_ Beer have defeated the Cards, Eldora having done so twice. The locals, however, have won a game each from these teams. They play Eldora at Williams Thursday. The Iowa Falls Blues, junior ball team, lost Tuesday in a game with the Alden juvenile team at the water carnival there. The score was 3 to 2. zButted lor Crltz It. elshttl. zzBatted tor Hubuell In eighth. Score by Innings-Philadelphia 021 001 001--5 New Vork 021 000 000--3 Error, Lelber; runs batted In, John Mooro (2), Allen, Jaelison; tivo base hits, Todd. Terry: homeruns, John Moore (2), (.·annul; aacnnccs, loaa, Lciber. uonicz, Tohn Moore; double plays, Crltz, Koenffc to Terrj-, Davis, Gomez to Camllll, Koenlc, CrJtz to Terry; left on bases, New York 11. Philadelphia 9; baara on balls, Biibbdl 5, Davit 3; strikeouts. Hubbell 3, Davis 4: hits, off Hubbell, 11 in 8 innings, ChaKuon, 1 In 1; hit by pltcber, Davis 0tt); losing pitcher. Hubbell: umpires, Moran, Klein and 'Inelli: time, 2:18. (First BROOKLYN-- S AB H PO A Boyle n D y a o J. J'don ss 5 3 2 4 Bucher 2b 4 Leslie Ib 4 Cuc'n'Io 3b 4 0 1 3 D.Taylor If 4 1 1 Bord'ay cf 3 1 Lopez c 4 1 Clark p Benge p 1 0 0 0 1 14 1 0 1 1 1 0 Game) BOSTON--3 AB H PO A Urb'skl ss 4 0 3 4 B.J'dan Ib 4 0 15 3 Th'pson rf 4 1 3 0 Berger c f 4 1 3 0 Lee » / 3 1 4 0 Mallon Sb 4 0 0 6 Whitney 3b 3 0 0 1 Hogan c 3 tt 1 0 Macf'den p 2 2 0 4 Totals 37 10 27 16 zK. Eetts p 0 0 0 Totals 32 6 27 17 Gregory Mangin Goes Out in Meadow Club Contests SOUTHAMPTON, N. Y., Aug. 1. (IP)--Gregory S. Mangin's campaign to regain a berth in the nation's "first 10" tennis players has been halted temporarily, at least. He was set down in straight sets yesterday by an old Jersey rival, J. Gilbert Hall, in the quarterfinal round of the Meadow Club's annual invitation tourney. The indoor titlist could make no headway against Hall's severe stroking and was soundly trounced, 8-6, 6-4. Hall moved into the penultimate round and today opposes Henry Culley of Santa Barbara, Cal. The other semifinalists were young Frankie Parker of Lawrenceville. N. J., and Cliff Sutler registered from Detroit. Joe Laws Signs New Pact With Green Bay Pro Club GREEN BAY, Wis., Aug. 1. Joe Laws, triple-threat halfback of the University of Iowa football team of 1933, has signed to play with the Green Bay Packers of the National Professional league this season, club officials said today. Laws was one of the Packer mainstays during his first season with the club last fall. zBatted for Macfayden In eighth. Score by innings-Brooklyn 200 300 000--5 Boston 000 003 000--3 Errors, cuccinello, Mallon: runs batted In, Leslie 2, Lopez 2, J. Jordan, Berger 2, Thompson; tiro base hits, Bordag-aroy, Thompson, Macfayden 2; three base hits, B. Moore; homernns, Leslie, Berger; double plays, J. Jordan, Bucher to Leslie: B. Jordan, tjrhanski to B. Jordan: left on bases, Brooklyn 6, Boston 3: bases on balls. Benge 1; strikeouts, Belts I; hits, off Clark, 5 In f» Innings, Benge, 1 In 3, Macfaydcn, 10 In 8, Belts, 0 in 1: hit by pitcher, by Macfay- 'den (Bordagnray): winning pitcher. Clark: losing pitcher. Macfayden: umpires, Qulg- iey, Pfirmnn and Barr; time, 1:37. (Second BBOOKLYN--0 AR H FO A Bord'E'y cf 4 0 4 0 J.Jord'n us 4 0 0 4 Bucher 2b 4 1 5 ' 6 Leslie Ib 4 1 10 0 Cnc'lo 3b 4 1 1 D.Tajlor It 4 1 1 Boyle rf 4 J. Taslor c 3 0 2 0 Bablch p 2 1 0 1 xKocnecke J 0 0 0 Munns p 0 0 0 0 Bell p 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 TOP FOR HOGS AT CHICAGO REACHES $11.10 Produce MASON CITY, Aug. 1.-Cash Quotations b.y E. G. Morse Eggs, current receipts I9c Springs, heavy breeds 13c Leghorn springs lie Heavy hens, 4£ Ibs. and over . .13c Light hens lOc Cocks 8c Merchants quotations. Eggs, in trade 20-21c» Eggs, cash 19-20c* Butter. Plymouth 30c Butter, Clear Lake 28c Butter, Very Best 30c Butter. State Brand 30c Butter. Brookfield 27c New Potatoes 22@25c ·EDITOR'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obtained by calling several downtown grocery stores. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO. Aug. 1. wi--Poultry, live. 39 trucks, steady: nens 16tj;i6tec; Lcgnorn hens 14c; Rock fryers 17c, colored 14^sc.: Rock springs 20c, colored 17c; Rock broilers 15iSgilCc. colored 14c, barcbacks 13S14c: Leghorn chickens 14c: roosters ^^c: tor* keys ll((?14c: old ducks 4V= Ibs. up lOtec. small lOc: young white ducks 4% Ibs. *up 13c, small lOMtc: colored ducks 4% Ibs. t,p lie, small lOc; old geese lOc, young 12c. Butter 12.631. firm: creamery specials (93 score) 24@'24%c: extras (92) 23^c: extra firsts (90-91) 22»;f»23c: firsts (88-89) 21% ljJ22c; seconds (86-37) 20%c; standards (90 centralized carlots) 23%c. Eggs 10,514. firm, prices unchanged. NEW 1'ORK PRODUCE NEW YORK. Aug. 1. (/P)--Live poultry leady to firm: by freight: Broilers 16' 21c: other freight grades unchanged. Eggs 16.265, firm: mixed colors, special packs or selections from fresh receipts 27 1 SO'.sC; standards and commercial standards 26V-C; firsts 24-iJc; mediums 40 Ibs. 23c: dirties No. 1, 42 Ibs.. 22%c. Butter 14,004. firmer: creamery higher than extra 24H£25c; extra (92 score) 24c; firsts (88-91 scores) 22 1 /i@23 : ic: seconds (84-67 scores) 21!4S)22c; centralized (90 score) 23WK23»ic. Cheese 244,333, steady; prices unchanged PRODUCE FUTURES CHICAGO. Aug. 1. U')--Butter futures: losed--Storage standards, Nov. 25c; fresh standards, Aug. 23^c. Egg futures: Refrigerator standards, Oct. 25 Me. Game) BOSTON--1 AB H PO A Crb'ski SH 3 2 3 4 B.Jord'n Ib 4 0 10 0 Th'pson rf 4 2 3 0 Berger c f 4 0 2 0 L e e If 4 2 6 0 Mallon 2b 3 1 2 s Whitney 3b 4- 1 0 3 .Mueller c 3 1 I o Fr'nouse p 2 0 0 0 /RESERVOIRS IN STATE PLANNED Army Engineers Recommend Spending 44 Millions in Iowa. WASHINGTON, Aug. 1. (/P)-Army engineers have recommended construction of seven reservoirs in Iowa to cost 544,276,000 in a proposed comprehensive Mississippi river system flood control plan. Growing out of recommendations by the Mississippi river commission, the plan has tieen submitted by army engineers to congress where it is under review by the house flood control committee. There is possibility of an effort to push legislation through before the end of the present session. The Iowa reservoirs, according to army engineers, should be part of a flood control program for the big river. Largest Near Ottuniwa. Largest is a proposed 720,000 acre reservoir on the Des Homes river about 20 miles above Ottumwa to cost $13,681,000. Next would be a Iowa river a short distance upstream from Iowa City to cost ?7,750,000. ·_ The seven reservoirs would permit storage of 2,133,000 acre feet of water in flood seasons to be released gradually later in the year. The proposed Iowa reservoirs, their approximate location, storage capacity, and estimated cost are: Spragueville, Maquoketa river, about seven miles from mouth, 100,000 acre feet, §2,366,000. East of Waterloo. Central City, Wapsipinicon river, east of Waterloo, 250,000 acre feet, $4,992,000. Rochester, Cedar river, about half way between Cedar 1 Rapids and the mouth of the river, 250,000 acre feet, $4,920,000. Coralville, Iowa river, a short distance upstream from Iowa City, 400,000 acre feet; $7,750,000. Augusta, Skunk river, southeast of Burlington. 178,000 acre feet, $4,901,000. Howell, Des Moines river, about 20 miles upstream from Ottumwa, 720,000 acre feet, $13,681,000. Belfast, Des Moines river, just above Missouri-Iowa State line, 235,000 acre feet, $5,666,000. .Totals 34 5 24 12 Totals 30 9 27 12 xBatted for Bablch In acvcnth. Score by Innings* Brooklyn . . . . . . . . . Coston 000 000 000--l 010 010 201--4 Errors, Bucher, Mallon. Berger; runs batted In, lirbanskl, Whitney, B. Jordan, Thompson; two base hits, Leslie, Lee, Ur- ba-nskl; sacrifice, Mueller; double playn, J. Jordan, Bnclier to Leslie; ('uccinc)lo, Bucher to Leslie; Bncher to Leslie: left on bases, Brooklyn s, Boston f: bases on balls, Mutins 2, Rcls 1, Friinkhonsc ]; strikeouts, Munns 1, Frankhouse 1: hits, off Bablch, 8 in 6 fnninffs: Munns, I tn 1; Rels, 0 In 1; nlld pitches. Bablch, Manns: batlc, Frankhouse; losing pitcher, Bnblch; umpires, Pftrman, Barr and Quiglcy; time, 1:41. WRESTLING By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DETROIT--.Joe Savoldl, 202, Three Oaks, Mich., threw Carl Hanst, 233, Boston, 25:55. Ray Richards, 224, Minneapolis, threw Jim Coflield, 203, Kansas City. George Manatirr, 22ft, Chicago, dropped Toots Munn» 200, Los Ancles. LONG BRANCH, X. .L--Irish Jack Donovan, 213, Boston, defeated Abe Colcmnn, 7-05, CWcaso, t w o out of three fnlln. Rube \VrlcW, 225. Tf.-cas, pinned AI OU, 214, Cnnadn, 24:02. Floyd Marshall. 225, Ariiimn, drew In 30 minntcs with Andy Rasher, 210, Indiana* State Fair Officials Set District Meeting in New Spot at Burlington Park DES MOINES, Aug. 1. UP)--Iowa State fair officials announced today the southern Iowa amateur baseball tournament will be moved from Ottumwa to Burlington. The raeeting at Burlington, the winner of which will represent southern Iowa in the state finals at the state fair, will be under the sponsorship of the Burlington Post of the American Legion. John Kurka of Burlington has been appointed chairman and will be in charge of final arrangements. The appointment of L. H. Wunschel as chairman for the southeastern Iowa tournament at Daven port also was announced today by the state fair committee. Harry Longshore of Creston Is Drowned BEDFORD, Aug. 1. W)--Harry Longshore, 18. Creston, drowned in the One Hundred Two river near here today. Returning from a vacation at Kansas City, the youth and his father, Thomas Longshore, spent the night here. Harry went into the river over the protests of his father, who said the boy could not swim. His body was recovered. RAILS AND OILS ATTRACT BUYERS Advances Generally Small in Stock Market and Some Shares Ease. NEW YORK, Aug. 1. --The rails, oils and scattered specialties attracted buyers in today's stock market. Advances were generally small, however, and a few of the recent favorites backed up under profit taking. Improvement was shown by Union Pacific, Chesapeake Ohio, Baltimore Ohio, N. Y. Central, Standard Oils of California and N. J., Paramount, R-K-O, Montgomery Ward, Nash, Hudson Motors. International Telephone and American Telephone. Inland Steel got up 2 points but the other steels were about unchanged. General Motors held around its top for the year while Chrysler eased. People's Gas lost 3 points. The late tone was steady. Transfers approximated 1,700,000 shares. A steady undertone was apparent from the opening. The first hour found blocks of several thousand shares changing hands. The pace slowed later, however, and a number of the recent favorites showed signs of needing a little rest. The rails, as a group, probably were the best. Curb Market NEW YORK, Aug. 1. \A1--Traders con- imed to ahow a preference for the buying side of curb exchange stocks today, although ;he early price movement was marked by minor Irregularities. Utilities, oils and industrial specialties attracted the b-jllf of the bidding. The more active Issues, like American Superpower, International Petroleum, Aluminum company and Technicolor scored gains ranging up to % of a point. Those showing wider advances Included Jones and Laughlln Steel, Novadel Agent, Pepperel! Manufacturing, Pittsburgh and Lake Erie. Commonwealth Edison and General Tire and Rubber. Realizing caused slightly lower prices In Electric Bond and Share, Hiram Walker, American Cyanamid B and Parker Rust Proof. Bond Market NEW YOKK, Aug 1, (.P--Business In the 5ond market today was rather heavily con- centratid in the speculative - categories, which again showed a tendency to advance. Prime corporate ratings and U. S. governments received scant attention, though values were lirm. The promise o£ Improvement In railroad revenues as a result o£ the current upturn In steel and other key Industries brought another sizable volume ol buying orders to the carrier group, and utility and Industrial issues showed irregular KaJns, Gains measuring fractions to around a point were established in obligations of Allegheny corporation, Baltimore and Ohio, St. Paul. Erie. New York Central, Northern Pacific, Pennsylvania and Frisco. Other firm spots were American and Foreign Power 5s. Chile Copper 5s. International Telephone 5s, Western Union 5s, and aonds of Warner Brothers Pictures, Murray Body, General Theater Equipment and National Steel. Some of these pushed their way to new 1935 highs. Trading in U. S. governments showed a inodest gain during the forenoon, but the list still was far from active. Prices were 2-32nds of a point higher to 2-32nds lower. Italian government 7s had an early gain of 1 point, but elsewhere )n the foreign section prices showed narrow changes. GOl'ERXMENT BONDS NEW YORK, Aug. 1. L-T 1 )--U. S. bonds closed: Liberty Fourth 4Vis 101.15. Treasury 4 ^ s 47-52 117. Treasury 4s 44-54 112.2. Treasury 3%s 40-43 June 108.23. Treasury 3^s 46-49 105. Treasury 3s 51-55 104.2. Miscellaneous POTATO MARKET CHICAGO. Alter. 1. (^)---U. S. department of agriculture-Potatoes 40, on track 192, total U. S. shipments 269; cobblers slightly stronger, other stock about steady; supplies rather Hght, demand and' trading fairly good; sacked per cwt. old stock; Idaho russets U. S. No. 3, SI-20; new stock, California long whites showing decay Sl-40; Idaho bliss triumphs U. S. No. 1, 81.50; Washington bliss triumphs U. S. No, 1, SI.70; Missouri cobblers U. S. No. 1 and partly graded SOc @51; showing heavy decay 55c; Virginia cobblers U. S. No. 1. SI.20; Maryland cobblers U. S. No. 1, NEW YOBK SUGAR. NEW YORK, Aug. 1. ijpt--Raw sugar unchanged basis at 3-2Qc tor spots. In futures, September sold at 2.2"c and May at 2.14c or net unchanged. Refined quiet at unchanged list price of C-lOc for fine granulated. INVESTMENT TRUSTS. (By the Associated Press) Bid and asked on Aug. 1: Corporate Tr Sh 2.22 Corporate Tr Sh AA Mod .. 2.39 Corporate Tr Sh Ac Ser ... 2.20 Corporate Tr Ac Ser Mod .. 2.59 Dividend Sh .1.37 1.49 Maryland Fund 16.53 17.S8 Nationwide Sec 3.61 3.71 Nationwide Sec Vtc 1.32 1,43 Nor Amer Tr Sh 2.11 NOr Amer Tr Sh 1955 2.67 Quarterly Inc Sh . . - - 1-37 1.51 Selectee Am Sh Inc 1-33 1-45 Super Corp Am Tr A 3.43 U S El L P A 15.25 15.75 U S El L P B 2.14 - 2.24 U S El L P Vtc -73 .86 Transmission Line Hearing on Aug. 6 DES MOINES, Aug. 1. /P--The state board of railroad commissioners today set Aug. 6 to hear application of the Interstate Power company, Dubuque, to construct a transmission line in Dubuque county. Hearings on applications by Denison, Iowa, for a line in Crawford county and the Iowa Southern Utilities company, Centerville, for a line in Washington county were set for Aug. 20. Many seem to think the fundamental principles of the American governments are no longer of any account, since both Washington anrl Jefferson are dead. -- Wisconsin State Journal. Stock List Se\t TiOKK STOCKS. NEW YORK, Aug. 1. t/P-- Final (Imitation*. Air Reduction 146% Kcnnecott 19 Allegheny 1W Krejge 25* Al Che «t £ye 159% Kroser JO'' Am Can "4 Llbbey 0 F Gl 37% Am For Pow 4% Llg t My B IISJ* Am Pow Lt 41i Loews 39 "i Am Smelt Re 41 »i Loose Wiles 40% Am Steel Fdrs 18»1 Lorlllard 24-^ Am Sugar 53M. Maytag 12% A T T 131% McKcss t Rob 0'/« Am Tob B 99"«, McK Rob pld 35 "A Am Water Wks 12»i Mid Cont Pet 10'A Anaconda 15"j'» M K T 311, Atchlson 54U Mo Pac IS All Ret 23% Mont Ward 32% Auburn 2611 Nash 18 Aviation Corp 3ii Natl Biscuit 32Vi Baldwin Loco 3% Nat Cash Ke A 17 t 0 13% Nat Dairy 16% Barnsdall 8% Nat Distill 26 Vi Bcndlx 16~l Nat Pow Lt 9% Beth St 36-ii N Y Cent 20»i Burdens 25% N Y N H 4 H 4% Borg Warner 49 No Am 19% Burr Add 18X No Pac 1811 Canada Dry 10',i Oliver Farm 1% Can Pacific 10% Oliver Farm pfd 21% Case 66 Packard 5% Cerro de Pasco 56% Pcnick Ford 74 Ches * o 45% Penney 80i'« Ches Corp- 4511 pcnn 26"i Chi N W 211 Phillips Pet 20% C M S P t P ·',. Proc Gam 52V1 C M S P P p f d IS Pullman 44% C B 1 P l'/i K C A 6% Chrysler 59',l R K O 2»1 Col G E 8% Rem Rana 10 »1 Comwlth Sou 1% Rep Stl 17_ Cons Gas 29% Key Tob B 54Ts Cons Oil S'.i Roy Dutch 42% Contl can 87 Sears Koe 53% Contl Oil Del 20V4 shell Un 10;i Contl Ins 39!i Skclly 10 Contl Motor 1 Socony vac 13% Corn Prod 70% So Pac 19% Curtlss Wright 2',i St Brands U% Deere pfd 25% St G E 4% Du Pont 106* St Oil Cal 33% Eastman 145% St Oil Ind 26 El Pow U 3»i St Oil N J 47V1 Fox Film A 16 Stew warn 12% Freeport Tex 26 Stone Web 7% Gen Am Trans 38 studebakcr 3";» Gen Elect 29% Texas Corp 19'A Gen Foods 36 VM Texas Gulf Sul 3l?s Gen Motors 38-lt Tim Roll Bear 49 Gillette 16=)! Union Carb 63% Gobel l"i XJnion Pac lOS^i Gold Dust 16 : !i Unit Air 16% Goodrich S Unit Corp 3!'« Goodyear 19% U S Gypsum 63'A :raham Palgo 1'i U S Indus Alch 40 Gt No pfd 19-1.1 U S Rubber 13% Gt West Sug 29% U S steel 43 li Hudson Motors 10 Wabash 1% III Cent 14% Warner PI* 5',i Int Har 52:4 West El Sc Mfg 61 Int Nick Can 28 Woolworth 61 *,i I T T 10% Wrlgley 79 Johns Man 62% Yellow Truck 4J4 CHICAGO STOCKS CHICAGO, Aug. 1. an-Cities Service 1% Quaker Oats 133U Hcllmann Br Co 7 Swift and Co 16% Katz Drug 37% Swift Intl 33 Llbby-JvCcNell 6% Utll and Ind ft Natl Stand 35 Zenith 35 N W Banco 6* MJK.VE*POUS STOCKS MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 1. LT)--StockS closed: First Bank Stock 10%. Northwest Banco 6'S- IOWA PUBLIC UTILITY PREFERRED STOCKS Bid and asked Aug. 1: went St El 7 pfd (525 par) 6% 9 Cent St P t L 7 pfd 4 D M Gas 8 pfd (S50 par) .. 51% 55 1 / D JI Gas 7 pfd (550 par) .. 49% 531 Interstate Pow 7 pfd .. 15 is 1 . Iowa Elcc 7 pfd 15« Iowa Elec 6% pfd 14% Iowa El Lt and Pow 7 pfd 58 Iowa El Lt and Pow 6 pfd Iowa Pow Lt 7 pfd 94 Iowa Pow Lt 6 pfd S6 % Iowa Pub Serv 7 pfd 70 Iowa Pub Serv 6 pfd 6S% Iowa So Ut 7 pfd N W Bell Tel 6% pfd 114% United Lt und Rys 7 pfd .. United Lt and Rys 6 pfd .. ISti is 61% 58 97% 90 73% 71% 49% US 57% 54 Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied hy LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bugley- Beck Bldg. Telephone No. ^ DOW JONES AVERAGES Inds. Kails Utll. 2 P. M. 126.20 35.5S 23.S6 CHICAGO STOCKS. Bendbc Corp 16% Marshall Fields 9 Borg-Warn Cp 48% Quaker Oats 133!4 Butler Bros 6% Swift Co 16% Cities service Co IS Swift Intl Co 33 Cord Corp 3% U S Gypsum Co 6311 Key St Wire 39% Walgreen Co 30% Lib, McN Lib 6% Zenith Co 3% NEW YORK CURB. Am Gas Elec 31% Hi Walker Co 27% A Cyanamid B 2114 Hud B M s 15** Am Sup Pow Co 1% Humble Oil Co 59V- Ark Nat Gas A 1% Nlag Hud Pow 7% As G El A 9-16 Niles-Bere-Pond 22 Dlst Corp Seag 20"i S 0 Ky Co 2094 El ED £ Share 10% United Gas Co 3!i Ford Mo of Can 277, Un Lt Pow A ly- Ford Mo of Ens 8'* NEW YORK STOCKS. Alaska Juneau 1511 Liquid Carb Cp 2254 Am c Fy Co 24 Mack Truck 24 Am Roll'g Mills 24 Mathieson Alfc 297s Am Ra S Co 17V6 McLcllan Stores 12% Amer Tob Co 99% Mex Seab'd Oil 30 Armour £ Co A 3;-s Mln, aioline Imp 4% Bel Hemingway 12% Motor Products 31 Best Co 47 No Amer Avi 31fe Briggs Mfg Co 37?i Otis Steel Co ll"' s Byers A M Co 17'A Owen III Glass 95% Caterpillar Trac 54 % Park Utah cop 4 Coca Cola Co 229 Plymouth Oil 9 Com Solvents 19% Pub Ser of N J 3911 Cont Oil 20% Pure oil Co SH Cr ot Wheat 37% Purity Bakery 1311 udahy Pack's 4214 Reading Co 39 !i Curtiss-Wri Co A 7% Reo Motors 311 Douglas Airc 28 li Simmons Co 12 Eaton Mfg Co 221S So Calif Edison 19 Elec Auto Lite 2t^i Sperry Corp 12 Erie R R Co 9?i S 0 Ind 26 Fire'ne T Ru 1511 Tide Wa As Oil 9% Foster-Wheeler 15-M U S Smelter 104 Glidden Co 30% Utll P LI A 2»i Hupp Motors 2! Vanadium 15% Intl Carriers 6-U Un Gas Imp 15% Indust Rayon 27 Warren Bros 4 Jewel Tea Co 66'/i Western Union 42% Kcivinator Co 1211 Worth'n Pump IS Lambert Co 22"'., Youngs S T 25% Hides and Wool Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros., Inc M 308 Fifth Street Southwest UORSEHIDES HorselildM -..*...52.50 ·GREEN BEEF BIDES Up to 25 IDs 4 C 25 to 45 Iba ,,. 314- Moro than 60 Ibs. ...» s^c Buii tildes 2c ·Cured hides half cent more a pound. (On above price half cent hlRbcr to wholesale dealerii tn wholesale lots.) Clesr nno) TM --.,,. .22c Ib Burry and chaffy wool I8c Ib Rejects «- -.ISc Ib, Last year's wool ISc Ib. Last year's curry and chaffy wool ,«..15c Ib. WOOL MARKET BOSTON. Aug. 3. (.T'J--U. S- department of agriculture-A steady but spotty demand was being: received on fine western grown wools. Prices were unchanged from earlier In the week on G5s and finer territory wool. Twelve months Texas wooLs were receiving a little call at 701? 72 cents scoured basis for avcr- aRtf staple lines and at 73 §75 cents for choice. BIDDING ACTIVE ON SHORT SUPPLY Prices 5 to 10 Cents Higher for New Peak Since Sept 1930. CHICAGO, Aug. 1. /P--Hog prices pushed higher than $11 per hundredweight today for the first time since September 1930. Acute shortage of supplies resulted in rather active bidding, forcing the early top to $11.10. Prices generally were 5 to 10 cents higher than Wednesday with the bulk of choice mediumweights selling at $10.85 to $11.05. Restricted to 10,000 hogs for each of the first four days of this week, a liberal portion of which were billed direct, open market competition has forced values 30 cents higher since the close of last week. The average price of hogs during July was $9.49, a gain of 22 cents over the previous month though the month's closing drove cost of $10.10 was fully $1.00 higher than at the end of June, Compared with July, 1934, the average drove cost was exactly $5.00 higher. Average weight reached 262 pounds, heaviest since August, 1932. Holding the week's uneven but sharp advance, fed steers today were generally steady. Most grades of weighty steers were weak to 25 cents under the week's high time but still 25 to 50 cents higher than a week ago. Cattle receipts totaled 4,000. Fat lambs were steady to 10 cents and more higher with most natives selling at $8.50 to $8.65 and some held for higher. Yearlings and aged sheep were firm. Mason City Livestock MASON CITY, Aug. 1.-HOGS Five to 15 cents higher. Good llKht 1,'ghts 140-180 S 8.90- 9.15 »1 lights 160-J80 S 9.SO-10.05 d llphts 1SO-200 S10.00-10.40 Good light hutchers .. 200-220 510.15-10.45 Good light butchers .. 22.1-250 510.15-10.45 ood med. wt. butch's 250-290 S 9.80-10.10 Good heavy butchers . 290-.150 s 9.40- 9.70 Good pr. hy. butchers 350-400 s 8.90- 9.20 Good packing sows .. 275-350 $ 8 85- y.15 Good heavy sows ... 350-425 S S.70- 9.00 Good big hy. saws . . 425-500 S 8 40- S.70 Good biff hy. sows 550 and up f S.OO- 8.30 (The above is a 10:30 truck hog market for good and choice hogs. The difference In price is for short and long haul hogs.) CATTLE Steers, choice 1200-1400 59.00-10.00 Steers, choice 1000-1200 J 8.50-10.00 Steers, med. to good 1100-1400 S 7.00- 8.50 Steers, med. to good 900-1100 3 6.00- 7.00 Steers, com. to med. 900-1100 S 5.00- 6.00 Heifers, good to choice ~ £ 7.50- 9.00 Heifers, medium to good .... $ 5.50- 7.50 Heifers, common to medium « 5 4.50- 5.50 Cows, good to choice -- f 4.50- 5.25 Cows, fair to good 5 3.50- 4.1)0 Cows, cutters S 3.00- 3 50 Cows, canners _ -. S 2.50- 3-0(1' Bulls, heavy __ s 4.50- 5.25 Bulls, light J 3.50- 4.50 Calves, gd. and choice 130-190 S 6.00- 6-50 Calves, med. to good 130-190 5 5.50- 6.00 Calves, infer, to com. 130-190 J 5.50 down LAMBS Yearlings, good to choice 70-90 55.25-5.60 Yearlings, med. to good 70-88 54.50-5.25 Yearlings. a.lr to medium 53.25-4.25 Culls J3.25 down Lambs, good to choice 70-90 56.75-7.25 Lambs, medium to good 55.75-6.75 Lambs, fair to medium S4.75-6.75 Culls -53-75 down Buck lambs SI lesi. No dock on lambs. Quotations subject to market fluctuations. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO, Aug. 1. LT)--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 10,000; Including 3.000 direct; fairly active, 5 to 10 cents higher than Wednesday's average: top 511.10; bulk good and choice 180 to 240 Ibs. S10.855?11.05: piys and light lights scarce; finished 250 to 31') Ib. averages S10.50@ilO.80; bulk smooth light packing BOWS S9.35af9.60: unsorted lota 59.1099.30. CATTLE 4.000; calves 1.500; fed steers generally steady with week's uneven but sharp upturn; all grades light cattle getting best action; week-end trade not as active as earlier especially on order buyers and shipper account: most grades weighty steers weak to 25 cents under week's high time but still 25 to 40 cants higher than week ago; stockcrs and feeders slow, scarce; steady with week's 25 cents advance: mostly S5-73 fr'7.25; all she stock firm, sharply higher for the week; bulls 20 to 15 cents higher; vealcrs strong. SHEEP 9.000; lambs active, steady to 10 cents and more higher: yearlings and aged sheep firm: four cars choice Washington lambs 58.60 with half deck out; most natives £8.50®S.6Q: best held higher; medium to good yearlings S5.60@6; native ewes quotable $2S?3.50. KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY. Aug. 1. upt--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 1.200: no directs; active to alt Interests: very uneven: mostly 10-25c higher; 510.85 on choice 180 to 260 Ibs.; desirable 170 to 260 Ibs. S10.70SflO.S5; 270 to 360 Ibs. SIO.25^10.75; a few desirable 140 to 160 Ibs. S10.25@10.65; good sows mostly S9@ 9.25: a few $9ft-9.50. CATTLE 3,000; calves 700; beef steers predominating in run; generally steady; other killing classes steady to strong; vealers steady to 50c higher: stockers and feeders scarce, firm; choice 1339 Ib. steers. 510 70; medium weight held higher; common to medium grass steers S5.50^r775: good yearling heifers 59: gra^s fat cows 54.2S3T5.50; a practical top vealers $8. SHEEP 2.000; 350 through; killing classes generally steady: top native lambs S3.40; most sales SSW8.40; medium lot S6.50S7.35. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA. Aug. 1. (,Pl--U. S. department of agriculture-- * HOGS 3,000; fairly active. 10-20c higher; pood to choice 170 to 270 Ibs. 510.6517*10.90; 270 to 325 Ibs. $1Q.25(??1Q."5; 325 to 350 Ibs. 510^10.25: good light and medium weight packing sows $9.40179.50. CATTLE 300; calves 200; fed steers and yearlings mostly steady, fed steers and yearlings mostly 58.75r?flO; good to choice heifers SS.5G£?9.75: medium to pood S7rrfS.25; beef cows $\.2jTt 5.ZQ; cutters $3514: medium bulls 51.75^5-25; practical top vealers S8 few S3.50. SHEEP 5,600; Including 2,300 direct; lamb.-? mostly iSc higher, other classes firm; ranpe lambs SSfTS.2, 1 ); sorted choice prade native lambs up to SS.40; slaughter ewes up to S3.25: choice grades range feeding lambs up to S7.50; ewes S3.10??6.riO. SOUTH ST. TAt'L LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL. Aug. 1. f^--U. S, department of agriculture-CATTLE 1.500; less active, mostly steady to easy; medium to pood fed steers SS'-i. 1 30.15; heifers $4.50ii9.75; cutter cows t.25 ^4: beef calves up to 55; sausape bulls $4.25 ·J? 5.25; lower snide stockers $4.503'6; calves 1.300: vealers J4ff7.50. HOGS 1.600; fully 10-15c higher; better 160 to 230 ihs. S10.2. r .«?10.G3; top S10 65; lieavier weight?: $9-50 or less; pood sows 390 Ibs. down $Q,Wr,9,4Q, SHEi:r r.,500: bidding fully stenrly or SS-25 do*,vn for both rangers and natives. Hog Markets MIDWEST HOGS. Hog prices at midwest markets Thursday. CEDAR KAI'IDS--Good hogs 140 to 150 Ibs. 59.15W9.40; 150 to 160 Ibs. $9.00^9.75; 160 to 170 Ibs. 59.70(?C10; 170 to 180 Ibs. S10®10.25: ISO to 200 Ibs. 510.10S10.35; 2ilO to 220 Ibs. $10.20'10.45; 220 to 250 Iba. S10.108M0.35; 250 to 270 Ibs. S9.9010-15; 270 to 290 Ibs. 59.70^9.95: 290 to 325 Jbs. 59.45S9.70; 325 to 350 Ibs. 59.2539-M: good packers 275 to 350 Ibs. $8.80rtf9.05; 350 to 425 Ibs. S8.60S8.S5: 425 to 500 Ibs. 5S.40® 8.65: 500 to 550 Ibs. SS.20ff8.45. WATERLOO--Hogs 15-20C higher. Good to choice 180 to 200 Ibs, JlO.OSC-i'lO.SS: 200 to 220 Ibs. 510.13ftlO.45: 220 to 250 Ibs. 510.05 rfl'lO.SS; 250 to 290 Ibs. 59.80flUO.10; 290 to 325 Ibs. 59.40S9.70: 325 to 350 Ibs. 59.209 9.50; packing sows 275 to 350 Ibs. 5S.S5fi' 9.15; 350 to 425 Ibs. 58.05(58.95; 425 to 550 Ibs. 58.455iS.75. OTTUJUVA--lOc higher; 140 to 150 Ibs. SO.25lS9.55; 150.to 160 Ibs. 59.55®9.85; 1GO to 170 Ibs 59.85j 10.15: 170 to 180 Ibs. 510.05lfelO.35; ISO to 200 Ibs. SlO.l5tnlO.15: 200 to 220 Ibs. S10.25S10.05; 220 to 250 Ibs. 510.15^10.45; 250 to 270 Ibs. 510.05f,i 10.35; 270 to 290 Ibs. S9.85S'10.15; 290 to 350 Ibs. S9.45fr9.75; 350 to 400 Ibs. $9.1099.40; packers 275 to 350 lb». S8.90«.'9.20; packers 350 to 425 Ibs. S8.65«j'S.95; packers 425 to 450 Ibs. 58.4538.75. DES BIOINES--steady to lOc higher; 140 to 170 Ibs. S8.951t9.55; 180 to 290 Ibs. 59.35 fi'10.35; 290 Ibs. up 58.8099.45; good packers 57.9588.90. AUSTIN.--lOc higher; Rood to choice ISO to 2UO Ibs S10@10.30; 200 to 220 Ibs. 510.10 ST10.40; 220 to 250 Ibs. 59.95W10.25; 250 to 290 Ibs. S9.60ft9.eO: 290 to 350 Ibs. 59.20^1) 9.50; packing sows, good, all weights 58.35 9.05. CO.MBINED HOG RECEIPTS. DES MOINES, Aug. 1. kTV-U. S. department of agriculture-Combined hog receipts at 22 concentration yards r.nd 9 packing plants located In interior Iowa and southern Minnesota for the 24 hour period ended at 8 a. m. today were 10,700 compared with 17,600 a week ago and 22,900 a year ago. Fairly active. 5c to 20c, mostly lOc to l- r )C. higher than early Wednesday; loading slow. Quotations follow: Light lights 140 to 160 Ibs 59(^9.90; llcht weights 160 to ISO Ibs. S9.70fiIO.35; 180 to 200 Ibs. S10.00W10.50; medium weights 200 to 220 Ibs. 510.15* 10.60: 220 to 250 Ibs. 510.05fi 10.55; heavy weights 250 to 290 Ibs. 58.75S 10.30; 290 to 350 Ibs. 59.30S 9.90; pigs 100 to 140 Ibs.. blank; packing sows 275 to 350 Ibs. 5S.SO«» 9.25; 350 to «5 Ibs. 58.6069.10; 425 to 550 Ibs. 5S.25SlS.85. LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO. Aug. 1. f.^'l--Official estimated receipts tomorrow: Cattle 1,500; hogs 6,000; sheep 9.000. SIOUX CITV LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CITY. Aug. 1. cm-- U. S. department ot agriculture-CATTI-E 1,500; active at unchanged to strong; 112.1 Ib. beeves 510-75; 853 Ib. yearlings 510.40: 700 Ib. hellers S9.90; load good 725 Ib. weights 59.10; beer cows S4.25ff5.50; low cutters and cutters S3.254: tew common and medium stockers 56.50 down, HOGS 3.000; active at mostly lOc to 20c higher- early top S10.90; better 180 to 280 Ib. butchers S10.70Q10.90; 150 to ISO Ibs, slO^y'TlO.TO; medium and light sows bid 59.35 "59.50. SHEEP 1.000: including 2GO direct; opening fat lamb bids steady: natives bid up to 58.25; yearling breeding ewes up to S5.85. Representative Sales CHICAGO, Aug. 1. /n--U. S. department of agriculture--Representative sales: HOGS. Heavy-34 340 10.25 Lights-- · 7 296 10.50 42 19S 11.05 35 275 10-75 57 1S2 10.90 43 265 10.85 60 178 10.80 Mediums-- 47 164 10.60 52 248 10.95 Light Lights-56 235 H-05 35 152 10.50 221 11.10 41 147 10.40 4.9 20S 11.00 CATTLE. Steers-- Heifers-22 975 11.15 17 775 10.50 30 P17 11-00 16 703 10.00 20 1195 10,75 20 S21 8.75 32 1340 " 10.60 10 1010 S.50 19 980 10.00 Cows-15 1210 9.60 4 1170 6.25 31 1032 8.85 11 10SS 5.00 16 1075 7.75 12 1027 4.25 U 912 6.75 6 810 3.25 SHEEP. Kange Lambs-- Yearlings-899 S6 8.60 5 86 6.50 66 72 7.00 81 83 6.00 Native Lambs-- 93 79 5.60 3S S4 S.75 Native Ewes-71 82 8.65 6 112 3.50 121 SO S.65 4 131 3.25 131 78 S.50 2 200 2.00 54 76 8.50 31 73 8.25 17 86 7.65 11 83 7.50 Lomson Brothers Market Letter MARKET BEVIE\V. CHICAGO, Aug. 1-- \Yheaf--Wheat prices were strong early in today's session but when one of the private reports was released which was fully as bullish as anticipated, considerable realizing came into the market and prices declined substantially. The report in question estimated the winter wheat production this year at 407,000.000, spring wheat 182,000,000 or a total crop of 559.000,000 bushels, general news was of a bullish character except the primary receipts which were large and which show that the movement of winter wheat which has been long delayed has started in earnest. The bullish news was Broomhall's statement that there would be a 50 per cent reduction In the acreage in the province ol Santa F?, Cordoba, and the Pampas and that without allowing for any reduction in the other provinces this would indicate a total wheat acreage in the Argentine of 14,300,000 acres, the smallest in many years. Sanford Evans in his report said that the western grain crop has suffered further severe setbacks during the week. Numerous reports from the northwest tell of the light weight wheat and samples received from North -Dakota show wheat weighing from 45 to 47 Ibs. to the bushel. The large amount of wheat in this year's spring crop which will not be of milling quality is deplorable. The other private reports which will be issued tomorrow will be awaited with considerate Interest but these anticipated bullish figures have possibly been fairly v;ell discounted for the moment in the minds of conservative traders. MINNEAPOLIS FLOUR MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 1. (.P)--Flour unchanged. Shipments 19.446; pure bran S17S? 17.50; standard middlings SIS.50g.19. GRAINS SUFFER LATE SETBACKS Drop Due Largely to Report of Canadian Exports of Wheat to U. S. . CHICAGO, Aug. 1. OP)--Material setbacks in grain prices late today resulted largely from announcement that a good deal of Canadian wheat was being sold for import into the United States. Some trade authorities took decided grounds that domestic wheat prices had gone high enough. Further advances over Winnipeg quotations, it was contended, would mean more shipments of Canadian wheat to Buffalo. Wheat closed unsteady at the day's bottom level, 1% to 1% under yesterday's finish, Sept. 93%%, corn' % off to 1% up, Sept. 77?i-y s , oats %-% down, and provisions unchanged to 17 cents decline. CHICAGO CASH OKAIN. CHICAGO. Aug. 1. i-TJ--Cash wheat: No. 2 red 95U@98Kc; No. 3 red 94V«@85%c: No. 2 hard S1.06jil-06'/i; No, 2 yellow hard $1.04U31.03U; No. 3 hard 51.03®!.04; No. 3 yellow hard $1.01%; No. 4 hard 93%c, heat damaged; No. 4 hard 98c; No. 2 red touph 93',ic; No. 2 hard tough 51.02; No. 2 mixed SI. Go per cent hard; No. 3 mixed SI.01% 85 per cent hard; No. 4 mixed 94c; corn. No. 2 yellow 84S)S4Vic; No. 5 yellow Sic; sample grade 76c; oats. No. 2 white touph 35c; No. 2 white 36rtr-37c; No. 3 white 32y'i(Mc; No. 4 white Sl^efSSttc; sample grade 31c: no rye. buckwheat, soybeans; barel nominal feed 34-545C. malting 42® 53c: timothy seed $3.30 cwt.; clover 512@ 16.75 cwt. Lard (Icrces S15.15; loose lard 515.27; bellies S1S.57. · Mason City Grain MASON CITY, Aug. 1.-Feeding barley S2c No. 2 yellow shelled corn, old..74c No. 3 shelled, new 73c White oats, No. 3 25c WHEAT-Sent Dec May CORN-Sept Dec May , OATS-Sept, · .'. Dec May RYE-- Sipt Dec May BARLEY-Sept Dec LARD-Sept Oct Dec May BELLIES-Sept Dec CHAIN FCTUBES CHICAGO, Aug. High Low .9571 .5711 .64 Ki .651,1 .335k .35 .37 .50(1 .521', .45 ...14.77 ...14.30 ...13.27 ...12.52 .93'.; .94% .96 !S .76 -62M .64 .32}; .34 !i .36 VI .45 .46K -51* 14.55 14.20 13.17 12.42 1. C/T-Close .93 £ .94 « .96% .32 ',': .34 =i .46 .45 14.60 14. 2.1 13.20 12.52 IS.15 OMAHA GRAIN OMAHA. Aus. 1. (.W--Wheat, No 2 dark hard S1.085ijl.lO«; No. 3 dark hard S1.06W 1.10; No. 4 dark hard 95^c5l$1.07«.; No. 5 dark hard sl.Olf/1.05V-; No. l" hard S1.03te!51.H: No. 2 hard $1.02S1.07«: No. 3 hard 96 3 ,ic^.$1.05^1: No. 4 hard SSV^t 96c; No. 5 hard 83V.C@S1.02; sample hard 80c. Corn, No. 2 mixed 83c. Oats, No. 3 white 31V-c: No. 4 white 30% S?31c; sample white 29'30c. MINNEAPOLIS CHAIN MNNEAPOLIS. Aug. 1. .!--Wheat 50 cars compared 123 year ago. Market l j /-c higher. Cash; No. 1 northern 51.24 1 /eD W1.27M: No. 1 dark northern 15 profein S1.24'/, «T1.27'i; 14 protein $1.2itt®1.27tt: 13 protein ?1.24tt«il,27'A; 12 protein S1.24VI «fl.27U; tancy No. 1 hard Montana 14 per cent S1.13 1 /!; to arrive Sl.13'4: fancy No. 1 hard rraber durum S1.19'/ s fS1.25y B ; fancy No. 2 hard amber durum SI.1ST; ® 1-24';; No. 1 red durum 89% tf?91 Tic; September .;l.C7!.j; December J1.03; May Corn, No. 3 white 81ffS2c Oats, No. 3 white KANSAS C1TT CHAIN KANSAS CITl". Aug. 1. (J)--Wheat 585 cars; 3Vsc lower to I'/ic higher; No. 2 dark hard $1.12: No. 3. 955{cSS1.06,i; No 2 hard $1.03$1.10: No. 3. 99%c85SI.07%; No 2 red Sl.OOK: No. 3. 94U@97%c, nom. 37®90c; No. 2 mixed nom.' S9 3 ,ic; No. 3 nom. SS^iS88V.C. Oats 9 cars; 14c higher to % c lower- No. 2 white nom. 34 : SlS'36'/4c; No. 3 nom. 1935 Checks Arrive for Marshall County MARSHALLTOWN, Aug. 1. UP)_ The first 1935 corn-hog checks were received here this morning. There were 1,228 checks in all, approximately 75 per cent of the county's total, and they represented payments of $150,131 to 1935 corn-hog contract farmers. FOR SALE CHEAP 10 ft. McCormick-Deerino; power drive grain binder In good shape. Win trade for cows or horse or terms to responsible party. Ready to go to work and cheap at $i50. A Good Side Delivery Eig for Sale Cheap Clear Lake Grain Company E B U Y G R A I N CARLOAD OR BUSHEL Mason City is your best market for Oats and Barley. We are in close contact with all the principle markets and will be able to get you the top price for your grain by being able to ship in any direction. Bring us sample of your barley. We can furnish trucks if needed. Formers Elevator, inc. Phone 270 Mason City, Iowa

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