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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, February 26, 1934
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FOURTEEN STAR TEAMS FOR FOURTH MEETING LIST AGE CAGERS (Continued From Sports rage) who was one of the smoothest de Sense men seen. ' A heavy honorable mention list Was also chosen. The scoring Staurday night was as follows: COKSOLAHON DIAMOND BREAD M. C.)--37 ts It a n KENTON'S tC. L.)--18 If ft f. Paul J 0 1 5 Boyer * M . Uinnle 1 0 0 0 Davis t Oarlock -c 2 3 0 Cookmnn t Anderson c-f 0 2 1 Xorth t CaUun i - - - - Krnggel g , 0 0 0 Illicit E B. Winnie Totals 1 0 0 .Connelly Tompklns g 3 0 1 1 0 1 Martin . 1 0 2 Isaacson f 6 3 0 2 1 0 0 1 2 6 7 6 Tolalj n 3 r CHAMPION-SHI! 1 BILLMAJC'S HOUNDS-- 3G (M. c.)--IB ' I t f t f r. noiuns i 7 s 2 y . Hnklns ( 3 0 1 Ruhlman c 3 0 0 Delano Vaunt g Miller c TotaJj 2 0 3 3 3 Suter f Cordle t Bromver i *'arrer e Blllman i Brady e Hamilton gr is in Totals Officials: lash and Wolters. ft 8 3 0 3 1 3 6 2 4 0 0 : = 1 1 t 1 4 0 0 0 20 811 ) Postville Wins Top I Rank in Allamakee, Stars Are Selected : POSTVILLB, Feb. 26.--Postville I won the AUaraakee county basket- call tournament here Saturday ; night by beating Waterville 20 to 15 i MI a game that was close and hard : fought throughout. The score stood 1 12 to 10 at the half in favor of : Postville. The. Waterville girls defeated the Harper's Ferry girls 28 to 16 to win the county girls' title, following- the games the Postville boys team and the Waterville girls' team were presented with .ohampion- ship trophies. The all Allamakee ; county boys' teams selected by the coaches and officials following the three day tournament puts Erick- £on, Waterville and Abernathy Postville, at forwards; Kelleher, Postville center and captain; McKinney, Lansing, and Goede, Wau- Kon, at guards. Reserves are Robinson, Harper's Ferry, forward- Gates, Waterville, at center and Bush, Postville, at guard. Joe Lambert of Monona was the referee for the three day tournament. Walter D. Cowan, 57, Is Buried at Hampton i. 'HAMPTON, Fen. 26.--Walter D Cowan, 57, died at his home here Saturday morning after a. short 111, ness and funeral services were held ;; at the home Monday afternoon, con; ducte'd by the Rev. W. C. Cleworth r_ pastor of the Methodist church -«--Burial-.was made in the Hampton · . .POroifpttFpur " . '. _ - - * William ( Kerwick, county CWA chairman, the Rev. J. T. Finnegan, and Grand Knight Joseph Hammes, all of Bmmetsburgr. Music by St. Mary's academy glee club and a reading by Madeline Hammes completed the program. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE . FEBRUARY 26 M 1934 Local Rifle Club Is Winner Over Legion's . Five From Des Moines In the second round matches of the Iowa State Rifle association rifie league the Cerro Gordo Rifle club, Inc., of Mason City, defeated the Argonne Post American Legion Rifle club of Deg Moines, in a game of 895 to 8DO. Following are the record scores of the five high men on the local team: Competitor W. B. Kenyon. G. E. Andrews Al Boyer . . . . S. A. Broso... D. A. Decker.. T _ --^ ^^^ ^^ -- FEBRUARY 26 H 1934 HOGS TUMjJJPWARD DESPITE LIBERAL RUN Prone Stand. Total . US 88 186 99 82 181 82 80 76 S3 97 98 177 177 174 Team Total. .,, *..* j "iff GRAIN MARKET SLIDES LOWER Stop Loss Selling Depresses Prices With Oats Bottom for This Season. CHICAGO, Feb. 26. Wl--Stop loss selling carried grain prices down to a material extent late today, with iray oats reaching the lowest quotations this season. Much improved weather conditions for the new domestic winter wheat crop was largely responsible tog-ether with weakness of stocks' and of cotton. Trade sentiment was increasingly bearish, notwithstand- thia was the seventh sue- 408 895 cessive day of declining prices for t -Bulioaf club shoots the Des Moines Rifle and Revolver club. County Cage Tournaments i Mr. Cowan, who was known to Hampton residents as "Bud" Cow- flri, had resided in Hampton aince early, childhood, and was a soo of Sirs. Alice Smith, with whom he made his home. ' One brother, Frank Cowan, preceded him in death several years ago. He Is survived by his mother. Breakfast Served for K. of C. in Palo Alto EMMETSBURG, Feb. 26 Falo Alto county Knighta O f Columbus new a breakfast and'program at Emmetsburg Sunday morning, in the" K. C. clubrooms, with Lawrence Brennan, past grand knight, acting ea toastmaster. Other speakers were FBANIOJN COUNTY At Hansell First Hound BOYS Fopejoy 24, Alexander 21 Hampton 38, Chapin 11. Second Bound Sheffield 44, Geneva 13. Semifinals Hampton 23, Hansell 16. Sheffield 36, Pope joy IS. Final Hampton 21, Sheffield 20. Consolation Hansell 35, Alexander 24 GIRLS Geneva 38, Alexander 12 Sheffield 35, Hampton 17, Second Round Sheffield 37, Chapin 24. Hansell 33, Geneva 20. Consolation Hampton 38, Geneva IS Final Sheffield 41, Hansell 2S. BUTLER COT7ATY At Allison GUltS First Hound Greene 20, Allison 13. HARDIN COUNTY At Eldora First Round Radcliffe 02, New Providence 19. Whitten 31, Union 19; Ackley 33, Owasa IS. GIRLS WJiitteu 25, Radcliffe 21 Ackley 30, Eldora 20. Final Round Wiitten 35. Ackley 21 EMMET COUNTY At Ringsted GIRLS First Round Armstrong- 35, Hingsted 13 Dolliver 29, Maple Hill 19. Semifinal Round Dolliver 30, Haifa 28. . Armstrong 20, Emmet Consolidated 12. Final Round Armstrong- 50, Dolliver 21. Consolation Final Emmet Consolidated 29, Haifa 26. Will Rogers was a little off in his ast broadcast. He used "and-ah" only 176 times in 15 minutes.--3lid- vest Review. , · off, and provisions unchanged to 7 centa higher. Produce MASON CITY, Feb. 26.-Cash Quotations bj E. G. ulorsc SSs (current receipts) n c Heavy hens, 4% lbs. and over ..Oc Light hens Q C Springs (heavy breeds) ...'.',".'.' "sc. Springs, (Leghorn breeds) ...'.'.'.'flu Stags nc Old cocks (heavy) 'g e Ducks Geese Turkeys, No. i Merchant* Quotations 7c 60 13c Eggs, cash Eggs, in trade Butter, Plymouth ........... 32c Butter, Clear Lake n c , 12-13c» ....... ,ao c Butter, Clear Lake ..... 30 C Butter, State Brand ........ ] !s2 c Butter, Very Best ......... Z2c Butter, Dairy Maid ........... 30c Home grown potatoes, peck , . . ,30c ·EDITOR'S NOTE-- Theae representative quotations were obtalnw by calling several downtown grocery stores; Calrtl "rain. 2S - lA-,-Wh«a S8c; !amptl! sr y e t o 2 yellow No No. 3 yellow 47©4Sc No. 4 yellow 4G®4ri,sc; No. 6 yellow Joe - 3 white «a*®40° : NO. 3 write 34'.l8»4c, No. -I white 32»ic; no'ryt ley «®80c; timothy seed fr.23lS.-TOO clover seed $llf,l* cwt Lard, tierces, $6,50; loose lard 56; MasonCityCrain MASON CITY. Feb. 26 -Barley 2S-40c No. 2 yellow old shelled'corn' ..33c No. 3 yellow new shelled corn . .32c No. 3 yellow ear corn 30 C White oats, pro, S. SO Zus. or better ' 9K1 , -2b***c WHEAT-May ...... Sept. '.'.'.'.'.'. CORK-Hay July Sept , OATS--May Sept. . l i i i i i RYE-- July .'.'"'." Sept. ....... E'AELEY-- May LARD!!. May July Sept BELLIES-May July MONDAY GRAIX CLOSE CHICAGO. Feb. 2B. 1 "Mi Low .80 ' -Si'.v .40 ?» .si a .5391 ,33V- .42=1 · SSli ·S41S .sss .31 .335 .60 .01 .02 .47 .IS 6.70 6.75 _ ,, , _ . CHICAGO FOULTRV t« ,? 1CA ,9°' f °»- 2S - /B-- Poultry, livu 13 trucHs, arm; hens over 5 Ibs. 13c 5 lbs and under 14c; Le S lwm riena lie; Rock broilers 21@23c, colorea 20c, bareback heavy white ducks lie, hea\-y colored saiall 3,-ic; geese lOc. Dressed turkeys (Inn; young and old hens ' you " E 21Ci aia tom = Uf K - - CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO. Feb. 2s. t/D--Butter S "07 steady; creamery--specials (93 score) 25i 26c; extras (82) 25c: extra firsts (00-91) ,i9; t 'a: * lrsls CS8-S9) 23®23Jic; seconds (86-87) 22',ic; standards (DO centralized car- lots) 24 Sc. Eggs 13,357, steady; extra firsts cars I65ic, local 16/,c; fresh graded firsts cars is4c, local I6c; current receipts 15Uc. PRODUCE l-CTDBES. T , x ' - - ' - B E u u r w closed: fresh graded firsts February 16?ic- storaee packed firsts March 17!ic; refrlRer- ator standards October 20c. Better futures closed; storage standards j , TM a r y 23vic: storage standards March No potato futures. .NEW VOHK YORK. Feb. 20. (.-m--Butter 7,003 firm; creamers 1 , higher than extra, 25',i{j! ^ P C ; extra (92 score) 26c; lint (8T-91 scores) 25©25*;c; seconds unquoted; cen- rallzed (S3 score) 25'ic. Eggs 20,234. firm; mixed colors, special sacks or selections from fresh receipts 19-Jp IQHc; standards and commercial standards _ - i firsts I T U f f l S c ; seconds, med- um 39 IbE. ana dirties No. 1 42 Ibs 17c- average checks 16c. TOP JUST SHORT OF TOUGHING $5 Prices Rule 20 to 30 Cents Higher Than Friday With Trade Brisk. CHICAGO, Feb. 26. IK)--The hog market turned briskly upward today, despite liberal arrivals Prices ruled 20 to 30 cents higher than Friday and the top was just short of the $5 mark at 54.95. Resumption of liberal buying by packers from the country, they had lo.OOO direct, and substantial open market supplies, 38,000 head, were' regarded as forerunners of the check in prices when the processing tax is stepped up 75 cents to S225 on Thursday. Demand was brisk because hog purchased today and tomorrow wil )e slaughtered before the advanct m the tax. Considerable Competition. This fact brought considerable :ompctition into trade and most o :he good hogs sold from 54.40 to ?4.90. Crisp winter weather and forecasts of a broader demand for dressed pork also helped strengthen trade. Eastern buyers were in the market from the start. Outside markets also reported lib era! receipts, although not quite a heavy as either a week or a year ago. Prices ranged from 10 to 35 cents higher in fairly active trad ng. Cattle Trade Stcadv. Cattle trade was mosUy on a steady basis. Most of the choice steers and light yearlings were fully steady, but iubetween grades which predominated in the run were barely steady to weak. -Beat yearlings topped early at $6.90. Sheep trade was slow at the opening. Asking prices were 10 to 23 cents, and often more higher for good wooled lambs with best kinds held well above $10. Most early bids were weak to lower at $9.75 downward. Aged sheep were steady. j~log Markets at Iowa ml "-ltel3 Monday: me h °W 16 ° to 2" "*· i TM · 20 ° lbs - 53.8004 20; 160 to 300 Ibs. 53.8SruiJ.15; 300 to 350 lbs. S3 70 a '1: sood packers S3.25S3.J5. * "AMDS-- Prime togs ISO to 260 S ? 'V 80 lba ' 5J ' 05; 2SO l ° 30 ° l °. 32 ° lbs ' i3M ' 32 ° 'o "0 S °° A P acliers 'o 350 Ibs. J3.3li; , S , 3 d°J ia t 50 lbs - ".23; to SOO CORN-- Unchanged ' ' lbs - Ih. IDE. rs 350 to 450 Ibs. S3 -P to 400 Us. 53.6583.85.' ,,TM *" 26 ° lbs - - . : m e dlum grades down to S1.25, top 54 80- '81 ° 3 ° " ' a.07 8.40 IV GRAIJf L _. CHICAGO, Feb. 26. This may get you WHEAT-- July '.'.'.'.'.'.. Sept- CORN-May July Sept OATS-May ....... July Sept RYE-May July SepI BARLEY-Way July LARD-May July Sept BELLIES-May ...'.... July Open Today .54« Close Yesterday .87% .·IT AS'.. G.70 6.75 o.Oii Close Yr. Ago ·Wl .'-'3?i .23*4 .271, .1014 · IS* 3.S2 3,02 4.02 ORAIK. MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 23. (jr.' -- Wheat t!7 cars, 207 a year ago; t' 9 c lower. Cash: No. i northern .S4U@S5Vic; No. l dark northern 15 par cent protein S4US 1 87 1 ,ic; 14 per cent protein S 4 U @ 8 T v i c ; 13 per cent pro- $200 A MONTH --It's up to you! WOO 00 a month and not maybe «tb«r... $300.00 A month r ° good, bad or Indifferent. .. and, at the same time, there's Sto 000 insurance protection from the very outset. S-0,000 J ^ S ^' hiA 2? 6 Provid *"* age can secure a regular monthly rrQYiaor Offers you . . . incomefrom?10to$I,OOOthroufjh S200 A MONTH for life be- · ginning at 55, 60 or 65. S20.0OO to your family in ·· case of your death before that age. S40.OOO if death is due to · accidental cause. AN INTERESTING disability · feature. one of the Provident Mutual's attractive Retirement Annuity plans. S E C U R I T Y Every dollar of this income is guaranteed by a well-established, conservatively managed company --The Provident Mutual--which has insurance in force of nearly a billion dollars. zzsrsz.'zz -.-2 jTMs?S..rss «-=.. Smmr . ^«="4 SiX^TorlS,TM "*" PROVIDENT MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OP PHILHDELPHW Founded 1865 . , 1 amber durum S1.03»i©1.09% ; No. 2 a- ber durum 51.02%©i.os%; No. 1 red durum MiSi{T82«r:: y^. £ o !lc . J u ] 8 ; W c . a!! p. tember St«c. . Com No. 3 yellow 405v41^c. Oats Mo. 3 white 31@32c. " KANSAS CITY PRODUCE. KANSAS CJTY, Feb. 2G. im--Eggx He Butter, creamery 28c; butterfat lS321c : IcMng butter lie. Poultrv. hens 8®10c; roosters 4 5 f D c - pnnga and broilers 20c. NEW YORK I'OUI.TRY. HEW YORK. Feb. 36. (/T)--Dressed poultry rlrm. Chlckem. iresli I2SS19C; froztrt 13@Z4c; (owls, fresh 13®17c; Jroien 11© IGc; old roosters, iresli and frozen o^llc.- lurHei-5, fresh US2lc; Iroien I5®2a«! QUCKB, fresh unquoted; frozen 15®l7c. Live poultry steady. Chicken:, Iteleht Is ®14c; express Hgiec; broilers, freight unquoted; c-ipress 24«?'2To; fowls, freight 15® 16c; express 15®lTe; roosters, freight and expreu JOc; turkeys, freight W®20c: express 206-230; duclis, freight 120; expras unquoted. HIDES, WOOL Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros, Inc., 308 Fifth Street Southwest" HIDES Horsehides Cured eef hides . . . . Green beef hides . . . . WOOL No. l clean bright 240 H, Semibright 23c !b Rejects ^gn n, sy 2 c li'OOL JIAJIKET. Mason City Livestock MASON CITY, Feb. 25.-- Best Borted lights ' 2 oo-"4u 5425 Btsl rnedlum wel E ht butchers 240-260 Sl'25 Best heavy butchers 200-300 54.10 *Ml prime hea\-y butchers .. 300-350 s.l u«; uest packing feows, amooth . . 300-350 west heavy sows, smooth .. 350 400 Best bl£ heavy- eo«'s, smooth -150-500 (HO, 160, 180) 53.10. J3.60. J3.0~0 CATn.E yearling steers S3.4', 53 30 53 20 000-J.OOO 53.73-4 75 - - - - - . O O 53.73-4 7 5 Choice corn led steers 1.000-1.2(10 54.50-525 M e d i u m to good corn good corn fed steers ........ 1,000-1,200 53. 73.4.50 r ° St " ra · · 52.00-361) 600-SOO 52.75-3.50 COO-SOO S3.5U-4 00 , ·· * uood heifers .......... COO-SOO S3.5U-4 00 Lnolco to prime heifers 600-800 S4.00-4 SO IJutchors cow*, fair to good ' Good to choice COWK . . to prime cow inferior canners . cutter cows CoramoB to fair bulls 52 c ,n 2 -j^ '.tMs* au 51.50-200 51.50-2.00 . Medium quality fleece wools, of Ihc types mat hive been moving quite well during the past weeks, have begun to show firmer price tendcnclw while it was difncu't to secure price advances, wools-of 48s, 50s, n blood quality were not being offered freely at. prices on the low aide of the recent sell- ng range. tlmatcd receipts of domestic wool at Boston, reported to the Boston grain and lour exchange during week ending Feb. 21 ?? I -i In " e f J lo 2 ' 3 0 0 counds compared wllh 00 during the previous week. KAXSAS CITV GRAIN. KANSAS CITY, Feb. 28. l.-D-- Wheat: 121 cars; %0'liic lower. No. 2 darn hard 82i! WSSKc: No. 3, TS?lesac nominal; No '2 hard SO@S2c; No. 3, 79?i«j'80c; Ko. 2 red No. 3, -wetvlly, 81140. Market Notes By TICKER TAPE . . Oats: l car; *4c lower. No. 2 white S35c nominal; No. 3. 34®34«c nominal. OIIAHA, Feb. 26. Mi--Wheat, dark hard No. 3, 80c; hard No. 3, 7Sc. Corn, yeltow Ko. 2, -lie; mixed Wo 2 3SVSI.J40WC. Oats, while No. 3, 31®3H4c. Miscellaneous TOTATO MAIIKET CHICAGO. Feb. 25. l.v--U. S. department of Hgriculture-- oepan Potatoes 173, on track 400. total u 3 shipments Saturday 056, Sunday 6; eupplJM liberal; no trading account cold weather cars not being opened; market- nominally unchanged. NEW YORK SUGtR NBW YORK, Feb. 20. - "*"· , . . . - a w sugar i r regular today and while duty frees e old at on " , p o l n l for points from the last previous " *» MINNEAPOLIS IT.OpjB 1POLIS, Feb. 26. (.T)--Flour un- ®7'2o""' C ° ' Ot *' '""""y patents J7.10 Shipments 29.S07. Purif-bran' 0 J17®l" C 50 : standnrq middlings 510016.50. ' TOLEDO, Feb.' 28. l.«^-"«dj In warehouses: Hed clover. March JS.25,- aulke Scaling to Be Completed. SWEA. CITY--H. Hundeby reported there is corn sealing yet to be completed ij Harrison, Grant Swea and Eagle townships. Corn sealing will continue until AprU, In Its weekly rev-lew of business and financial conditions the Wall street Journal "Clouds on the business horizon In the form of labor- difficulties In a motor nnd molor equipment planla nnd a slight let- uwn In some lines of business broucht unsettlement to the security markets. The upward trend of buslneu lias supported the securities marXets through the trying events ot the past three weeks, both at home and nnrond, and nny sign that there might ba even a temporary deviation In tho rlslnc curve was bound to net as a damper on those constructively inclined. 'Unusually stormy weather was In par responsible for the stovrlns down In business In some sections. In addition, the decline was attributed to tho reduction In the ilvl works administration force. The llnancla community has been somewhat nervous over . i?' fCCta on DU8lncss ot Paring down CWA working forces, nnd initial reports Tvcre nol particularly encouraging. Between now nnd May 1. private Industry and t h e PWA are ?olng to be called on to absorb the more than 3,500,000 on tho CWA payrolls. If they cannot be absorbed, then roas.1 purchasing power Is golne to suffer, and business volume will suffer, too. The complication ot aoor troubles comes at a mosl u n p r o p i tlous time tor Industry. BUSINESS INTIICXM ABK COSTSTBCCTIVE "So far as major Indices of business are :oricerned, Ihey still nre most constructive. Steel operations are rising, and Incoming irders arc In good volume. Railroad traffic n the latest week was ahead of previous weeks, continuing the normal seasonal cs- isnslon. More encouruRtng, weekly traffic la totaling a M u h e r percentage of the 15 year average now than It wan earlier In the year ["he dip In business la coming in consumer gc-odu buying In some sections. "The whole question of security market 'egulallon is before congress, with no indl- allon yet of what tho fate of the Fletcher Rayburn bill will be. Various groups of locks still nre being af/ected by govern- nent Interfeience with private business. Backing ehares wera sufferers last week. Topping on Secretary Wallace's complaint gainst 10 companies-, chorglnK attempts to "nanlpulate and control prices to retailers In ne section of the country. Americanism: Paying farmers to 'educe their crops; spending mil- ions to kill insects that reduce the crops for nothing.--JUdwcst Kc- -----.-- . u .,,.. uu,,., 51.50-2.00 Fall-to good heavy bulls 51.75-2.00 Oood to choice bulls 5200-250 Good to choice calves, 130-190 55 oo-s'so Medium to gootl calves, 130-190 54.00-5 00 inferior and common calves ... .53.00 down LAMBS Choice lambs 70-BO f7.75-S.23 Medium to good lambs ... 70.90 3a!7ii-7.73 Buck lambs 51 under grade. Quotations subject to market fluctuations. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO. Feb. 26. (.!--U. S department of agriculture-HOGS 38,000. I n c l u d i n g 15,000 direct- active, 20 to 30 cents higher than Friday.- Hulk ISO to 300 lbs. J4.75©4.BO: top {4.85- 140 l^^J 0 lbs ' S1 - 2 =«l-"; good pigs mainly 5383.50; packing sows S4.10®4.25; light light sood anJ choice Ho to 100 lus. J4SJ 4.«5; light weight 100 to 200 Ibs. 51.505i 4.UG; medium weight 200 to 250 Ibs. 54.B05J 4.9o; heavy weight 250 to 330 Ibs. S4.60JS ? !L1i CIIInB E0 TM """"urn and good 275 to 550 lbs. S3.90ff4.50; pigs good and choice 100 to 1,10 Ibn. ssffi-J. CATTLE 15.000; calves 2,COO; lower grade light steers nnd nil yearlings atcatly; strictly good and choice steers all weights steady, but Inhetwera grades predominating 1 undertone weak, especially on kinds cr dX 13 1 ' 1 ."° lbs ' u p : e a r l y '"» J'earlings 56.00: cutter cows steady to weak 1st cows and bulls duly steady; slaughter cat""'' VMltra: Sleers. E ood and choice. fl50 i?,TM" 1 ,':' S6.S5S7.30; 000 to 1100 Ihs. to 1500 Ibs. J.|.50S}!6.75;' common and im. i50 to 1300 lbs., S4tf5.50; hellers, good and choice, 550 to 750 Ibs . J5 2!'g 0.75; common nnd medium S3.aO®5.25; -*· »^ co1 ' SS-S*®*: common and medium :l'3.50; low cutter and cutter $1.50J3- »'»« (yeaHlngs excluded) good ( b e e f ) J3.10 51-3.55; cutter, common and medium $2.75 W3.HO: waters good and choice 55 75® .25; medium $503.79; cull anil common 54 ©5; utocker and feeder catllcr steers good and choice. 500 to 1030 lbs., S4.50«5 75; common and medium 53.25^74 7.1 SHEEP 15.000: opening slow, asking IS to 25 cents nnd more hlBhcr (or wooleil lambs, but buyers miking weak to lower early; host linndyi\eJ B ht.i held above $10; most I n i t i a l bids under 50.75; sheep steady; Iambs 90 Ibs. down good and choice SDfr.10; common and m e d i u m S7.25CT9.25; 00 to BS lo.T. good and choice JS.SOJP0.85; eivea 90 to 150 Iba. good and choice 54^5.75; all weights common and medium 53S-4.50. SOUTH ST. PAUL I.IV'KSTOCK SOUTH ST. PAUL, Feb. 20. [.TV-U S department of agriculture-CATTLE 3,200; slaughter steers and yearlings and she stock steady to strong; common lo m e d i u m l i g h t steers Siftf,^,",;' few lots to SO; medium to good weighty heifers 53. ,0^:5; best light weights I 0 5G.20- low c u t t e r a n d cutter cows 51.7532.75 or ahout 52.50 downward; desirable beef cows to $3.25; bulls unchanged, early range S23 2.7S; stockera nn.l feeders fury steady, road choice about 550 Ib. steers S5.25: medium to good light w e i g h t s $3.50ff4.SO; calves 3SO Ibs. 54.2004.50; 140 to'180 Ib's. sa'So; pigs J293.25; packing sows S3 7503 »y "ffis ? 2 we?h' 2 5 : , avcraE ° CDEt Sa ' CATTLE 6,000; 'calves 500; fed steers al io yearlings moderately active, strong 10-15C in ??""' JPt St0ck actlvi! . strong to mostly «N,«rf hl ? hl! , r : b u l l s 10-lsc higher; vealers steady; Etockers and feeders In light sup- Ply, steady; fed steers and yearlings mist- Ibn. 56.50; heifers $4.25©5, 'sonie held hlcil- ni. "' , C ° WS * 2 - 85 3 ; 3'65; several lots 5375 s?"n SS.oO, few . cutter grades 51.g5@2.75; medium Practical top vealen, medium to choice stockers ce s o c e r s ·MO * s «S5: two loads yearlings ^ n , , S ' 500 '"'"d'os 3,673 direct a n d 500 through; enrlj- Indications Iambs steady- sellers generally asking l5-25c higher; sheep ana feeders Ecarce. unchanged: early sales Texas fed wooled lambs 50; best fed wcjt- ern lambs held above 59.00; choice light ewes eligible up to 55.30; early sales Ceding lambs ss. so. SIOUX CITV LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CITi". Feb. 20. cn-u. S. de- parlmenl or agriculture--· CATTLE 4.000; slaughter steers and yearlings moderately active, firm; better grade medium and heavy weight beeves In broader demand; cows steady to strong; other killing classes mile changed: stockcrs and feeders about steady; small lots good yearlings 56; good to choice around 1350 Ib bul- »cks 55.60: some held Metier; large share grain feds around fJ.BO-S-5.SO: tew good fed heifers 55.25; majority beef cows $2 755? 3.25; low cutters and cutters chiefly 51.75 2..JO; good 470 Ib. stock Bteer calves 55.2D; umai: lola good slockera S4.2584.75. HOGS 10,500: praclically no early butcher sales; most shipper bids 15c to 20c higher than Iriday: packers Inactive- beller grade 180 to 250 Ib. weights J4.40fii.l 50- sown S3.75S4; feeder pigs moslly ?3 down. SHEEP 6,000; nothing done early on fed °"'bs; buyers Indicating around 25c lower 59.40 and below; other classes scarce quoted steady. CO.1IBIXKD HOG BECEII'TS. DES M01NE3, Feb. 20. {.Ty-U S de- lartment of agriculture-Combined ho e receipts at 22 concentrallon ards and 7 packing plants located In in- enor Iowa and Erjuthern lilnnesota for the 3 hour period ended at 8 n. m. today were 5,SOO compared with 58,200 a week ago nd 54,000 a year ago'. Falriy active, mostly lOc to 15c hlsher han Saturday, Indications loading normal or JVonday. Quotations follow: Ucht lights 140 to 160 bs., good and choice 53.40^4.20; Light VClghts 160 to 180 lbs. S3.75-g4,40; 180 lo 100 lbs. 54.J51Z4.:n ; medium weights 200 to 120 Iba. S4.15SJ4.50; 220 to 250 lbs. 54.15® .50; heavy weights 250 to' 200 Ibs. J4.05® .50; 200 to 350 Ibs. S3.S5ft-4.40; packing on-s 275 lo 350 Ids.. Eood, S3.073.SO; 350 o 425 Ibs. 53.30@3.75; 425 to 550 lbs. 53.10 CT3.G5, STOCKS DROP IN STEADY SELLING Late Tone Heavy With Losse of 1 to Around 2 Points Predominating. NEW YORK, Feb. 26. UP)-Stocks moved downward toda under steady selling. The late ton was heavy with losses of 1 t around 2 points predominating Case, New York Central and U. I Smelting declined about 2 point each. U. S. Steel, American Tele phone, Santa Fe and Chrysler los more than a point. Transfers an proximated 2,200,000 shares. Mild pessimism, based apparently on doubts rather than on definite developments, dominated most fi nancial markets. Equities dropped from the start although selling was orderly and the ticker tape was never pressed by volume. The trading timidity was blamed partly on the belief that federa regulation of stock exchanges is imminent, that the curtailment of CVVA spending may affect industry and that business unsettlemen might follow inauguration of new Washington investigations. Scattered strike situations also entered into the picture. Commodities, including wheat cotton, silver and rubber, were lower. Bonds lagged with stocks. International dollar rates were comparatively steady. Curb Market EW YORK, Feb. 20. , T . -- e curb had a rather heavy tone today. Extension of the £i. reac "?? touni1 ' radln s 1"lft and the Ket was thin In spots, only a few Issues urned over ot all actively. Industrial specialties showed tlie larcest osses. Parker Rust Proof, singer Manufuc- urlng Barely car Hcatin B , and New Jerey ^Inc were down a point or more Alum- num of America yielded moderately Swift nd company and Cord corporation 'sagged Utilities appeared In fair volume, Elec- rlc Bontl and Share dipping more than a oint. Standard Oil of Indiana, declined around IUC a point and showed considerable ac- Bond Market K.4XSAS CITV LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITY, Feb. 26. (.If--U. S. de- artmenl of agriculture-HOGS 4,000; 1.700 direct; active 20-30c Ighcr than Friday's average; top S4.75 on SO to 280 Ihs.; cood and choice 140 to 160 bs. S3.75iff-l.05; ICO to ISO lbs. J4.25!(p4.75; SO to 2TO ] bs . S4.r,0®4.7B; 200 to 220 Ibl. 4.605114.7!!; 220 to 250 lbs. $l.GOljJ4.75: 250 o 290 Ibs. 54.55S1.75; 290 to 350 lbs. 54.45 "·4.70; imcXIng sowa 275 to 550 lbs. $3.055 CATTLE 10.000; calves 1,100; killing asEes opening steady lo strong; spots liigb- r on fat cows; stockers nnd leedera most- steady; some weakness on tow grades; cst fed yearlings held at 57; steers good nd choice 550 to 000 Ibs. S5.50®B.S5: 000 o 1100 Ibs. 5n.25fflO.75; 1100 to 1300 lbs. ·S.GSjTO.SO: 1300 to 1500 Ibs. S4.25©6; com- non and medium 550 Ibs. tip 53.75515.25; tellers good and choice 550 to POO Ibfl. S4.65@fi.25; common and medium 550 to 900 lbs. S2*i?4.73; cows, good S3.40©3.85; common and medium 52.75rjJ3.40; low cutler and cutler 51.S5fji3.75; vealers (milk fed) medium to choice $4ftG.50; cull and common S2.505H; stocker nnd feeder steers, good and choice (alt weights) 34.25fi-5.75; common and medium (all welghtsj S275S 4.50. SHEET o'.OOO; 2,000 through; practical! nothing sold early; liest fed lambs hel rvbove SO.60; lambs, good and choice x IIJ8. tiown SS.75t!p9.60: common and med! 90 lbs. down S0.50W8.75; good and cholc (x) 00 to S3 Ibs.; year'tog weth era medium to choice QO to 110 lbn. ss.S.'irr 8; uwcs, pood and choice 90 to 150 lbs. Kit; 5.23. (x)--Quotations baaed on «wes and weth crs. , ,, -.-' Feb - 2S - (;ri -- The bond mar- .3 ilull today and many prices drifted ..---»* downward in the absence of active deirmnd.^ Several first Ernde utility bonds improved fractionally, but other Issues Including the rallroaj group and Industrial oallgaticnR, were lower Consolidated Gas 5V4s and Pacific Gas OS advanced around half a point, but Detroit l-dlson 4',is. A m e r i c a n and Foreign Power js, INonn American 5s and American Tele- Phone 5s were unchanged, to moderately The majority of rallrold bonds showed little change one ivay or tho o t h e r , althouch Canadian Pacific Debenture 4s and Baltimore and Ohio 4«s were around a noln' lower. Northern Pacific 4s, Southern Pact! 4Ks, Chesapeake and Ohio 4 Vis and Er 5s sold otr fractionally. Industrial obligations. Including Goodyei »s. Bethlehem steel 5s. chile Copper 5 and Texas company 5s were lower United states treasury Issues and Libert Bonds eased slightly v,-lth one or two exccp tion3. Stock List 'W VOJIK STOCKS NEW YORK, Fct). 28. ., _ (Final Quotations.) iif,^?. 6 ?. 1 ?" 89 .. Kennecott Llg 4 My B Loewa LOOSE Wiles Lorlllard May lag McKess Rob llln Cont Pet Jt K T Al Ch £ Dye 152i; Am Can 103" Am For Pow 10 Am Pow Lt . Am steel Fdrs 21 Am Sugar 52 Am Tob B Am Water Wlu 2114 M~o~Fac An - · J - IV 7 8H 2?' U K Mont Ward aflij 65 Morrell 4fi.^ 31 ] ,£ Nash 27 5311 Nail Else 401.1 Aviation Corp T ,j Mai Ca!;h r.e A 20 299, Nat Dairy lj 8=4 Nat Distill "6ii l!l Nat Pov.- t- Lt 11", 41H N Y cent nif =3 N y. K H * K ISM 24 No Amor la 16 H No Pac 30 2lTi Oliver Farm 5'i !5!i Oliver Farm pf 20' 72 Packard civ 43 Penick 4 Ford 61 12}j Penney g2 8=i Penn 33 r" 0=4 Phillips Pet 16ij P pfd ia: Proc cam sa S Pullman 55 .* 3«i R C A ^S IS R K O gi'i 2?j Rem Rand 11 i^ 38?; Rep stl 22 !i 12K Key Tob S 40(4 77?l Roy Dutch 38V, 30 SearE R OB 45^Shell u io2 Atchlson All Kef Auburn B i o Barnsdall Beacjfe Beth stl Bon] ens Borg Warn Burr Add Canatla Dry Can Pac Case Ches 4 o U N w G \V p/d C M st P C H I P Chrysler Col G t E "Jnm-lth so u :ons Gas tons Oil -ontl Can Contl Ins lontl Ifot ·ore Prod Jurtlss \Vr 'u Pont Eastman El Pow i Lt "ox Film. A '"reeport Tex Uenl Am Trar Gen El Sen Fooda Gen Motors Gillette Gobel 1 Dust Goodrich Uoodyear rah Paige Gt Nor pfd IVMt Sug ludson II Cent nt Karv nt Nick can T £ T ohns Manv 721S, -i Vi 30 10 Socony Vao So Pac OSJi st Brands 89 St G- E OK Kt or. Cat 14 VI St Oil N J 40!i stew Warner 40« Stone Web 20'i Studebuker 33ft Tex Corp 37?.i Tex Gulf Sul 103i Tim Rol B 9 I7n Carb 19 3a Un Pac M« Unit Air ' SOW United Corp -1;» U S Ind Alco 2 7 U S Rubber JOG!! u K ateei D4!t- J B U Wabash 3^U Warner PIct 0*: «!1 West El i iffg .19 *J Woo] worth 49 « WriBley 5 a i ; '·· Yel Tr 0 " 4R 38 35 ',i ·H'.-J 120 237s 5H 53 JO CIIICAOO STOCKS Service , CHt 1*9.°-. TM- =«· ^,. it Lalies Air atz Drug Ibby McNeil Natl Leather" Noll Ktnnd SiMtt t Co BwlJt I n t l First Bank stock S; Isorthwcst Banco -t=;. IOWA (By the ·n o , c - : Mt St El 7 p w (S2 ,; , Wl St P t L 1 pfd . . ,, .. M Gas S ptd (SSO oar) "°" 7 p w fssopSrj.:: terstata Pow 7 pfa wa Electric 7 pfd «a Electrin OK pfd''..'.'.'.'.'. wa Elec Lt Pow 7 cw wa Elec u «: Pow B pfd "·a Pow Lt 7 p,-d .' " wa Pow i Lt G pfd Pub Service 7 pfd Pub Service 6 nr,] South mil 7 l'ress 3 S 4D 41 16 . 11 . 10 47 39 . 30 45 35 W 13 36 .14 H3 S3 43 ·SO ··- -VIUMI u m 7 pf,i n W Bell Te' 6K pfd .... 107 ,Tn HIS K' * Rys 7 P" ··-':.'. S JS " £ «»-a « Pfd 37 .,0 U. S. BOND QUOTATIONS. NEW YORK. Feb. m'. (.Hi--United State government bonds closed: Liberty 31is 102.2. Liberty First 4 Us 103 25 Liberty Fourth -!Us 102.25. Treasury 4 y l B 47-52 108.20 Treasury 4s 44-54 105.IS Treasury 3 % j 40-43 J u n o 100 30 Treasury aijs 4S-40 08.28. Treasury 3s 31-55 07.15 LIVESTOCK FOnF.CAST C H I C A G O . Kcl. 26. (.-T5--Official estl mated receipts tomorrow." Cattle 7,000; hog 23.000; sheep 11,000- Representative Sales 2.300; r.-,ost chnlce S5«t6.50. steady to wealt; good to IIOOS 0,000; averaging strong to moslly 5c higher than last week's close; good to choice 170 to 200 lbs. mostly 54.408)4.50; l°p 51.50 to all intere.ita; medium grades of these weights s e l l l n p down lo 54.25 and below; b e t t e r 200 to 32.1 Ihs. largely ?4,2S«T 4.40: killer pigs largely S2.7S»3.25; mosl packing sows J3.00®a.75; average cotl Saturday JJ.1S; welRht 181 IbJ.; for tho week cost S4.15; weight 214. SITEKl' 5.500; run Includes 18 doubles red lambs: no early sales, undertone weak :o lower on slaughter lambs; packers talk- n»f ?5c lower or $B,15 downward; Jndlca- Ions jif..dy on slicep nnd feeding Iambs. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OJfAIM. Feb. at. i.T-!--U. S. .iejiarlmenl if agriculture-- IIOf!S 11.000; ittorlernlriy active. I0-55c i I'Shcr than Friday; butchers up most, KOcd j CHICAGO. Feb. 2G. (.r--U. S. department of agriculture--Representative sales: HOGS. Heavy-- 45 204 4.85 71 332 4.GO Lights-72 2S« 4.SO 87 19H 4.SO 37 253 4.85 03 1S2 4.SO 03 251 4.85 .Id ISO 4.75 Mediums-- 54 IBS 4 fio 55 238 4.90 Light Lights-86 225 4.95 72 151 4 . 4 0 BO 21S 4.flO 20 I j U 4 G CATTT.K. Steers-- Heifers-1073 7.23 22 970 6.00 31 1Z2G 7.15 1- 602 f 25 20 1243 0.75 42 735 oioo SS 10M 6.40 II 010 1.25 14S9 5.60 Cona-IS 1510 5.50 = llT,r, 4 0 0 M 1814 4.75 3 1037 3 2 5 2= 1128 4..-.U 18 Sir, 2.65 4 830 1.75 KHEF.r. fed West'n Lambs-- Natives-- 1GO ao 170 si BS 35 9.85 9.75 9.25 41 ·It; 4 II 4 OS S7 11.'p 170 120 5.50 4.00 3.50 JOHN F. CLARK AND CO. MARKET INFORMATION 325 I. O. P. B!d ff . Phone 845 -- p r o c e s s i n g t a x o n the Mnushtenng of live IIOBS will be In- crenscd from SI.50 a hundred weight live HTM"^' · If,"! ! ,° S2 - =r ' a ·'-"'"red weisht Jive nc/gnt basis at mldnlsht Feb. 28 nc- cordlnB to Secretary of ABrlculture Wallace. This Is tha final procreaslve Increase In Ihu hog processing tax rate as nnnouncctt last pec. 31. A maximum of 350.000.000 dollars in payments will l)« made to p a r t i c i p a t i n g hon proilucera from the, pro- cssing tax. Union Pacific earned SI.82 a common share in l»33 at-alnst S7.49 in HM2. Roosevelt recommends creation of communication commission. INVESTMENT TJilTSTS. (IJy the ASPincInlFil 1' Bid a:ul asked on Feb. 2 G - Corporalc Tr Sh 2.09 Corporale Tr Sh A A Mod 2 3!) Corporale Tr Sh Ac Ser U.Oii Corporalo Tr Ac Ser Mod . 2 39 Dividend Sh 1.20 Nationwide Sec ,. . 351 Nationwide Sec Vtc 3^37 Nor Amer Tr Sh l.SCi Nor A m e r Tr Sh 1D55 - -i-» Quarterly inc Sh '. l.m Seleclej Am Sh * R'J ScleclCiJ Cum Sh 6.97 Selected Tncome Sh 3.60 Super corp Am Tr A 3.OS t; a EI L £ POW A I".-, U S El L t Pow B ..'.'..'.'. 2~21 U S El L : Pour B Vtc .... .87 5.5 3.6 1.4 131- ""» Lamson Brothers Market Letter MAKKET REVIEW. CEI1CAGO, Feb. 26.-- Uheat--i^liiuldatlon tleve'oped today and irlcea dropped over a cent from Saturday's Inlsh to Ihe lowest levels since Jan. id. 'ressurd appeared a r o u n d n o o t i hen stocks and cotton were declining gto,. as orders were uncovered on the way down ind support was almost entirely lacking The close was heavy. Local sentiment Wa3 ienr »], despite, the fact that this was prac- Ically tho f o u r t h day ot declining prices nnd them was a genera! lack of a n y t h i n g onstnicllva In the news as pertaining to lews or to otherwise Induce traders to take ho buying side.. Snow over the week-end rora the Roeklea to th,i Atlantic, the fall elng heaviest In the wheat' staten where It van most needed. Subsoil moisture will be cplcnlshed for spring wheat growth as the nuw melts. That Ihe nltll.-itlon with respect o the winter wheat crop was benrishly in- erpreterl was confirmed hy selling for soulh- .'estern and eastern accounts. There was lit. lo Interest in Onadlan cash wheat talien y foremner.i nnd sales for export were stlmated al 300.000. Com--May dipped to a fraction under 0, the lowest since in December, the neon ot wheat and oata bslns the main m- uence. The market, however, had a much nner tone than other grains nnd. lost onl ractionally. Cash sales were 24.000 bushels nc] rnokln^s 3.000 Wheat looks lower tem- ornrl'y with tho possibility of n rally dc- eropinp on an oversold condition, but the larkct needs a new Incentive to maintain dvflnccj. Huttpr--Trading la moderately active lo- ay with nuolaltons unchanged except on orage merchandise which is u p i,;c. KK*--The o u n r t e r cent rise this morning «S8.i grading current receipts or b e t t e r as not particularly a. surprise. Comment--Butter continues subject lo th« reel Influence of the targe open commit- ent or February contracls. Eggs seem u n - tely to change m a t e r i a l l y u n t i l the Febrti- ~y contracts arc considerably reduced or ntll weather turn£ mtMer. Sunplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AIVD CO a*ason City Office In Baglev- Beck Building Telephone No 7 Am Gas El Am Sup Pow Ark Nat G P YORK STOCKS 2G 314 l"; IIllU B II B Humble Oil Hud A..OC O t El A is Pennroad Corp 3? Can Morconl ni/, u ^ T _.. ^ _r .** Can Marconi El Bd Sll 1P,1 A Ford Mo of can 52?,i Ford Mo of Eng 6^ Hecla .Mining 714 S O Ind S O Ky United Gas Un L P A. mil P t I, CHICAGO STOCKS Send Avi Corp 10 Butler Bros 3or e -War Corp 23^ 30rd Company 10 K: Am R .s Co A m S R C o Am Tob Ar"t ?"n C ?ri '' 16 -12-v S^ ,10^, £7 27 Baldwtn Ix Bamsd Oil A PUS M f g Co Best Co Byerw A M Co Com Credit Comm Solvents "T 1 ^ Cont OH is 34 Crenm of Wilt 32^ Cudahy Pac-rtlng -14 Curt Writ? pfrl iu Pint Knii sire 5T£ C5t North Ore i:tti FIous Oil f n e v v j 4^A TntUnn Ref a;[ fCclvinator Corp IS Kroger Groc SOtis L^anibcrt Co 27 - -!obb O'i 1 Muns Wear Jnc 2l)/. OL!a Steel fii^ J C Penney Co 62 Plllsbury Flour 20 Pur Bak Corp isy* Puc Ser of N J .ia * Reading Co 52^ Heo Motors 4 i St Joseph Lead 21 TH Simmons Co la^, So Cfi] Kdlson 39' T Wat Oit Co IQVj U S Ind Al 5.1 Utll P L A Z~i V a n a d i u m ar.:; U n i o n Oil Gal IT-;, Union G Imp 18' Western My Id War Bros Co 10^ Western Union jvpt,, Worth Pump 25^ Wrlgley Jr Co Pflii Nortti Am Av 6 Girls to Present Plav. CRESCO, Feb. 26.--Camp Fii-e Til-is of Cresco will present a play 'The Mystery of the Masked Girl " Wednesday evening at the public ibrary auditoridm. Are Parents of Son. SWEA. CITY--Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft, a son. DEAD iVitimals of All Kinds Removed Mason City Rendering Co.; We pay phono calls. Phone 1096 j JNO. F. CLARK CO. Chicago · S«w Vork ,Nen Orlenns 335 I. O. P. nidi. Fhones 845-81D A. R. IIE.VDRIOKSON, Braneb Mj,. ME.MBEns .VciT Vark Slock Eiclmnfo New York Coffee * Sntar EICOMIM New \ o r h Trodace Exchanca New voru Cnrb Eiehante (Ajsod.te) .New lork .Mercantile Excl.anie New Vork Cotton Eiehnnfo Chlrnio Stock Elchanio Chicago noard or Tmcp Chicago Curb Eichan,e A n ' n . C-hlcaRO Mercantile Exchange Commorllly Exchans«, Inc. :*ew Orlran* 'oilon Kirlixng*

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