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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE DECEMBER 13 193? CRYSTAL LAKE LEADS LEAGUE Only Undefeated Team Left in Seven Eagle Loop ," With Three Wins. - GOODELL,, Dec. 13.--Last week's games in the Seven Eagle conference left Crystal Lake the only undefeated team as it vanquished Woden 20 to 32. Goodell dropped its first game to Kanawha 17 to IS, in a. hard fought battle featured In- close guarding. Kanawha was held scoreless from the field in the second stanza but garnered 9 points from the charity lane. Four of the teams are tied for second honors. Corwith defeated Hayfield in the other conference game 35 to 21. In the 'outside conference play Klemme jeked out a 19 to 17 decision over JVentura. The standing: Crjbln! Lake Corwith Goodell Kanawha Klemme Hnytleld Woden W. . 3 I.. 0 X I. I 1 1'et. 1.000 .000 .500 .COO .COO .333 .000 CARD COMPLETE FOR NEXT SHOW Hader, Dusek to Wrestle in Main \ Event of Matfest Here on Thursday. With the signing of Frank Topas Minneapolis, 220 pounder,-to trade holds with Bob Jessen, Austin Minn., .heavyweight in the opening; bout, Promoter Joe Kelly has announced the completed card for the ·wrestling show at the armory .Thursday night. The Minneapolis matman appeared in a main event in the local ring against "Bronko" Nagurski last spring and lost after a hard tussle, while Jessen lost in 20 minutes to Alan Eustace of Wakefield, Kans., last Wednesday. The semi-windup will be between Hans Graber, 220 pound German, and Mike Brendel, champion heavyweight of Austria, in a 30 minute match. Graber displayed ample class in a. bout against Earl Wampler of Scranton a few weeks ago getting a fast draw, while Brendel won over Wampler in a main event at Ues Monies, in two straight falls last Friday night. Jack Hader, Kansas City, Mo., 216 pounder who has appeared against Joe Cox and Abl Kashey, ·will get the acid test -when he enters the ring against Joe Dusek of Omaha, Nebr., in the main event, of one hour. '' ; Hader haa wrestled draws in his last three matches in a local ring. Dusek, who is one of four heavyweight brothers that are wrestling today, is considered the best of the quartet. It is likely that Promoter Kelly ·will use a heavyweight to referee all ·bouts for Thursday night, which will start at 8:30 sharp. Capt. Fred Shaffer will announce. COURT TIPS (Continue! From Sporti r«e) creased popularity with the spectator. Speed Is Appealing, Speed apepals to anyone, and many quick changes in a game's score, first one team out in front, then the other, make for interest as to the final outcome. Basketball is much harder to coach than football. One reason for this being true is that In basketball five players must be quick thinkers, an dfive must be taught to meet new situations quickly, while in football the quarterback can do a lot of thinking for the rest of the team, particularly on offense. Basketball players as a rule are more temperamental! than 'the average football man. Basketball has made such a gain that at the present time there are more boys and men playing It than any other game. SUCCUMBS AFTER FUNERAL OF SON Swea City Man Is Victim o Heart Disease; Mishap Inquiry Continues. SWEA . CITY, Dec. 13.--Moody Simpson, about 70, dropped deac from heart disease late yesterda; after returning from Bancrof where his son, Kudy Simpson, 33 killed in .an auto crash, was buried The coroner's jury investigating: th accident met last night at Algoni but reached no decision. Meanwhile, Buehll Johnson, wh was also in the car in which Rud Simpson was killed, was reporte in a critical condition at the Dol mage hospital at Buffalo Center Pleurisy has developed but unles other complications arise, it is ex pected he may recover. Dies at Son's Home. Funeral services for Rudy Simp son were held yesterday afternoon at the Baptist Guild hall here will the Rev. G. R. Seimans in charge The body was then taken to Ban croft for burial. After the father o the victim had returned to the homi of a son, Fred, he dropped dead. Dr. R. A. Evans of Algona, Kos suth county coroner, said the corO' ner's jury investigating' the fata accident, which occurred Saturday night when the car occupied by Simpson and Johnson crashed into a trailer truck owned by Weldon Weise of Ledyard and parked on highway No. 9, will hold another meeting next week. Three Give Testimony. II. R. Brown and Ralph Ebblingr of Estherville testified at the inquest session last night that the truck flares were not lighted. They were the first vatnesses on the scene. B. A. Myers of Estherville who arrived later, also stated thi truck had no flares. Members of the coroner's jurj are H. N. Kruse, Frank Bender and Phillip Kohlhaan. Emmetsburg to Meet Webster College Five T3MMETSBURG, Dec. 13.--The Bmmetsburg junior college basketball quintet -will play the Webstei- City collegians here Friday night, in the locals' second game of the season. Last week they defeated Eagle Grove here, 36-27, while Web ster City suffered defeat at the hands of. the Fort Dodge J. C.'s. In the preliminary game Friday, Em metsburg high, school will mee Graettinger high, considered toug opposition in the cage sport. Bot games will be played .in the nig : school gym! In St. Mary's gymim sium, St. Mary's academy will pla Cylinder high school here Frida night. Cowboy Given Life in Prison for Two Killings in Kansa · LANSING, Kans., Dec. 13. (IP}-Jack Wisdon, slayer of two men an (a. woman in outbursts' of anger, was convict 3964 in the state penitentiary here today, his swift flare of temper matched by the swiftness ..I of Kansas justice. The 26 year old cowboy pleaded . guilty to slaying Mr. and Mrs. Perry Pritchard of Wichita, Kans. Chicago Employes Believe in Santa CHICAGO, Dec. 13. (/B--City em- ployes are beginning to believe .here is a Santa Claus after all. HOGS GAIN FO GRAIN MARKET TAKES TUMBLE May Wheat Drops to About 4 Cents Under High of Monday. tion developed in the grain markets late today, and May wheat dropped to about 4 cents under Monday's high point. December wheat, which showed independent strength yesterday, was the weakest today, and went to more than 2 cents discount under May, as against 1 cent discount yesterday. Refusal of the wheat mar: k e t to maintain recent advances was said to have caused many small holders to turn to the selling: side today in a market where support was lacking. Wheat closed nervous, 1U@2% cents under yesterday's finish; Dec. 83%c; May, 85U@%c; corn, 1%® l%c down; Dec., 45%@%c- May, 52y t @%c; oats, l % @ l % c off, and provisions unchanged to 27 cents lower. CHICAGO CASH CHAIN. CHICAGO, Doc. 13. UPi -- Wheat, no 33,123. Corn, No. 2 mixed 49V«c; No. 2 yellow 50$ic; No. 3 -ellow 4 9 K S 5 0 C ; No. 4 yellow 49C; No. 6 yellow 48}ic: No. 3 white 49*.c; No. 4 white 48*ic; sample grade 45 @46c; new corn, No. 2 mixed 49^ic; No. 4 mixed 4Sc! No. 2 yellow 50c; No. 3 yellow 4B}40 494c; No. 4 yellow 47*i®4Sc; No. yellow 47®47^ic; No. 2 white 505*c; No. 3 While 48c. ' Oala, No. 2 white 30\£®37*ic: No. 3 while 35W5T37UC; No. 4- white 34S'35Hc. No rye. Barley 43@70c. Timothy seed S5.50fgG cwt. Clover seed S11@13,P5 cwt. Lard ?4.75; loose lard S4.40; bellies $5,50. MasonCityGrain MASON CITY, Dec. 13.-Barley 28-40C No. 2 yellow old shelled corn ..35c No. 3 yellow old shelled corn. . . .34c No. 3 new yellow ear corn 31c White oats, No. 3, 30 Ibs. or better 2Uc IVEDXESDAl' GKALV CLOSE. CHICAGO, Dec. 13. (.11 -- VTfTEAT -- High Low Close ifay SCS -Sr .S5H July SS -83ti .S3H CORN-Dec 4 G U .451.'. .45% May 53 J i .52^ .52H OATS-- Hay .3SW. .3751 ..17U July 3G*i .3J 1 -'- ."J5}fc BYE-Dec 54^ .52'li .52% irny 59Vi -5TS .57V4 July soy- .38*:'i ,5S*i BARL73V -Dec 411 .425! .13 May 49!; .4SK- ,4S»J July .48}; IjARD-- Dec. 4.25 Jan 4.VT 4.7* 4.72 May 5.2i! 5. OS 5.02 BELLIES.-Dec 4.37 Jan 5.12 5.10 5.12 Produce MASON CITY, Dec. 13.-Cash Quotations by E. O. Morse Heavy hens, 4Vb Ibs. and over. . . 7c Merchants Quotations Eggs cash ..17-19c* Butter Plymouth 27c Butter, Clear Lake 25c Butter Brookf ield ' 25c Butter State Brand 27c Home Grown Potatoes, peck. . .25c ·EDITOR'S NOTE -- These rep re tentative quotations were obtaintc by calling several downtown gtocerj stores. . CHICAGO *KODUCE. CHICAGO. Dec. 13. (tF) -- Butter. 7.451 weak. Creamery, specials (93 score) 19 6 20c: extras (92) XOc; extrt firsts (90-91 score) 1B818WC; firsts (8B-SO) 14ii@17c seconds (86-87) He; standerds (90 central Ized carlots) 18c. EgS3, 1,587, week; «era firsts 314c fresh graded firsts leWc; current rce!pt. ITfflSc. . . . . CHICAGO fOVVntV. CHICAGO, Dec. 13. (/n-- Poultry, live, 5 trucks, steady; hens 8*=ti'10c; Leghorn hen 7c; Rock springs 10®llHc; colored 9%3 lOHc; Leghorn chickens 7e; roosters Go turkeys 10@15c; ducks 7®9'/2c; geese 01SC Dressed turkeys, firm, prices unchanged rnoDUCE FUTURES. CHICAGO, Dec. 13. UP)-- Egs future closed: Refrigerator standards, Decembe "".-t'^c; refrigerator standards, Januar 14Jae; fresh graded firsts, February 1431C Better futures: storage standards, Be cember 14Hc; storage standards, Januar li^c; storage standards, February l-lTac. NEW 1'OBK PRODUCE. NEW YORK, Dec. 13. I.*"*-- Butler, 13, 263, steady and unchanged; extra (92 score 21c. Eggs, 19,554, unsettled. Mixed colors, spe c al packs or selections from fresh receipt 25©27c; standards and commercial stand ards 24c; firsts 19c; mediums 39 His. dlr t es, 42 Ibs. anil average clreclis all un quoted: refrigerators: special packs 17^5 18c: standards 161i17ttc; firsts 14% fl 15*ic; seconds 14 *~ 5P =)i c ; medium and dlr lies 14c; checKE 13Hc. NEW YOKK POULTRY. NEW YORK. Dec. 13. ItT) -- Live poultr steady. Broilers, express, 7@15c; othe freight and express unchanged. KANSAS CITi- PBODtjCE. KANSAS CITY, Dec. 13. f.-P) -- EgfTrf Ific Hens 5®7Hc; butterfat 9@14c. Other pro duce unchanged. - f Market Notes By TICKER TAPE Persistent IB the rumor that Uie TJnltec States and Great Britain and posslhl France have put out feelers on their re Epectlve monetary adjustment plans. OfllcU Washington declares Itself Ignorant of an conlerances on the subject. It Is generally hellers! that regardles of the merit ot the niraor as It appllea t the current situation, some such agreernen or underatanding win be negotiated or at tempted- Whether this belief Justices th opinion that BtablHiallon la being plarme and that that is the basis for fea.ssura.nc to sound money believers, Is another argu mentatlve point. Hog Markets Hog prices nt Iowa markets Wednesday: WATERLOO -- Prim* hogs 180 to 260 Ibs. S2.JO®2.80; 260 to 280 ll5. $2. -10®!. TO; 290 to 325 IDs. 52.308-2.60; 325 to 350 Ibs. $2.15 82.45; eoort puckers $1.95$F2.23. DKS MOINES -- Unchanged. OTTUAIWA-- Up 5-10=; HO to 160 Ibs. J1.50; 160 to 180 Ihs. $2.50; 180 to 200 Ibs. S2.85; 200 to 2iO Ibs. J2.5; 240 to 260 Ibs. 52,90; 280 to 230 Ibs, 52.15; 280 to 310 Ibs. 52.65; 310 to 350 Ibs. 52.50; over 350 lha. 52.15O2.15; packers under 300 Ibs. J1.059 2.25; packers 350 to 450 Iks. 51.6591.93; packora over 500 Ibs. 51.15tjl.15; thin packers 51.05 and down. CEDAR RAFIDS -- Prime hogs ISO to 200 Ibl. J2.60; 200 to 260 I 52.70; 260 to 280 . . . . Iba. 52.60; 280 to 300 Ibs. $2.50; 300 to 320 Ihs. 52,40; 320 to 340 Iba. 52. 30; good pack- era steady. CORN'-- Unchanged. UP 10 GENTS IK ACTIVE TRADING Top Advances 15 Cents to $3.45 With Supplies Cut Down. CHICAGO, Dee. 13. (If}--Hog prices gave the first indications of buoyancy in more than a week today 'with advances of mostly 10 cents in active trading. The upswing carried the top to $3.45, up 15 cents from Tuesday's peak, with most of the good hoga selling at $3.20 to $3.10. . Supplies were reduced, both here and at the principal markets, although Chicago receipts were still far heavier than a. year ago. The chief stimulating factor was the prevailing belief that values are well worth snapping up even with a processing tax of $1 to pay. Buyers from the federal surplus relief corporation also added some competition to the trade. ' ,,,,., good and cholce , ,2.75^3.10: 220 to Outside markets also displayed 250 ]bs p good and cho i ce , S2.T5ffl3.io; heavy more activity and prices ranged | weights. 250 to 290 ibs.. gooa and. choice, from steady to 10 and 15 cents] " ' -"···- higher. Cattle were steady to weak. Excessive supplies were on hand to further disturb the market situation. Light weight steers and heifers were steady, but medium and heavy kinds, which predominated in the run, were weak. The bulk of such kinds promised to sell at $4.25 to 55.25. Buyers were in control of the sheep market, chiefly because of heavy receipts, and prices were weak to lower. Early bids on fat Jambs were no better than $7.25 and ranged down to §1. Trade was slow. COMBINED 1IOG JIKCKIFTS. DES LIOINES, Dec. 13. C/T!--U. S. department of Qgrtcu(tur«-- Combined hog wceipts at 22 concentration yards and 7 packing plants located In Interior. Iowa and southern Minnesota for the 24 'hour period ended at 8 a. m. today were 15.500. compared with 40,600 a week ago and 39.300 a year ago. Uneven, steady to lOc hlgh«r, mostly strong to Sc higher: demand active and marketing continued rather light. Quotations follow: Light llBhB. KO to 160 Ibs., good and chlce. 52.25ST2.75; light weights, 100 to 180 Ibs., good and choice, S2.55ST3; 180 to 200 Ibs.. good and chtce, S2.70a'3.05; medium weights. 200 to 220 and choice. 12.75SP3.10: 220 to Mason City Hog Market good, .10; 290 to 350 Ibs., good i'2.90: packing sows, 275 to 35t J2.20'ii2.50: 350 to 425 Ibs., STOCKS LOWER IN QUIET TRADE Industrials and Rails Ease Fractions to More Than Point. NEW YORK, Dec. 13. (JPt-- Stocks turned quietly lower today under a trickle of aelHng that ex- Bended into the ]ate dealings. Util- tles and some of the communication share;, were resistant, but industrials and rails eased fractions to more than, a point. Consolidated Gas, International Telephone, U. S. Steel and Chrysler sagged. Transfers approximated 1,400,000 shares. The dollar cut no unusual capers in foreig-n exchange dealings as the domestic gold price again was unchanged, but it moved up more than 2 cents in the terms of sterling- and around .04 of a cent in relation to the franc. Wheat sagged and other cereals were lower. Cotton and various commodities were barely steady. U. S. government securities were a bit Stock List good, S2@2.-JO; 425 to 550 Ibs., good, $1,S33?2. medium to good heKers O; plainer kinds rtown to $2 or less; medium and good cows 52.25{J3; common kinds under 52; low cutlers anil cutters Sl^'1-75; clestraWe sausage tiuUs around $2.fQ; stackers and feed- «rs scarce. Calves 3.600; mostly steady; bulk medium to choice 5-1 S-1; iew up to 51.50 or above. HOGS 14,000; fairly active, mostly steady; good and choice ICQ to 2GQ IbJ. W,905?3; earty top S3 paid for bulk better 170 to 240 Ibs.; some held higher: heavier butchers down to $2.75 or below; better 130 to 350 Ibs, mostly 52.50S 2.85; killer Ajs and atove; bulk_ packing sows ; avt " - - - - - - - -~ weight 218 ibg. SHEEP 4,000; 1,830 through; salable sup ply four loads fed lambs, moderate number natives; nothing; done «arl"; packers talking weak to 25c Inwcr on slaughter lambs; sen- era asking fully steady or $6.75'ff'7 on better grades; indications steady on sheep and feeding- lambs. KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITr, Dec. 13. (,W--U. S. department or agriculture--- - i HOGS 5,000; 480 direct; active and un- MASON CITY, Dec. 13.--Steady I even, s t e a d y to lOc. higher than Tuesday's average,' top 53.20 on choice 390 to 230 Jb3.; good and choice HO to 160 Ibs. $2.60^3.05: IflO to 180 Ibs. S2-90SI13.15; ISO to 200 Ibs. 5315^3.20; 200 to 220 Ihs.. $3.10ftZ.20; 220 fa 250 Ibs. 53.10??3.20; 250 *to 290 Ibs. S3.OS lf'3.15; 290 to 3,10 Ibs. $2.95^3.10; packing sows 2T5 to 350 tt)S. $2.152.60; stock 1!S5, XEW TOBK STOCKS. NEW YORK, Dec. IS. Final Quotations, Air Reduct lom Kresge AHeshany 3« IAg * My B Al Che t Dye 146 U Loawa Am Can O7'!i Loose Wiles Am 4 For Pow 10 Am Pow * Lt 7ii Am Sleel Fdrs 20H Am Sugar 52',$ A T * T 120 Am Tob B 74% 19 Vi 14 55 fl 2BB 85«i 32 44 IS firmer, lagged. but corporation bonds Curb Market Am Water Wks Anaconda Atchlson All Ref Auburn Aviation Corp B 4 O Bamsdall Bendlx Btth Stl Bordens Borg- Warn Burr Add Canada Dry 35 ' 21 15 10 27 »1 13 Bib 3 VI Ctilc Gt W C M S P * P C AT S P A P $£ 8^4 C R. I . P 3 if Chrysler 31% Col G . E 32 $j Comn-lth Sou NEW YORK, Dec. M. OTJ--Curb fluctuations narrowed today with the tread still Irregular. Changes In most leaders were limited to fractions and mixed movements occurred in the major groups. Trading neemed largely professional. Improvement of electric power o u t p u t last week brought some support to the utilities, although Interest In them was sluggish at best. American Gas and Electric was a firm spot. Electric Ebml and share moved slightly. Alcohols traded In a narrow groove. Ht- ram Walker was fairly firm, especially at the opening when It rose a point. National Sugar Refining Improved a point find Lake Shore Mines recovered from yesterday's sinking spell. Standard Oil of Indiana, Pittsburgh Plate Glass. Shenvln Williams and Aluminum of America showed small variation from Tuesday's closing. Cons Gas Cons O» Contl can Cont] Ins Contl Hot ^ Corn Prod Curtlss Wr Du Pont Eastman El Pow- Lt Frceport Tex Gen Am Trans Gen El Gen Foods Gen Motors Gillette Gobel Gold Dust · Goodrich Goodyear Grflh PafgB Gt Nor pfd Gt West Sug Hudson Itl Cent Int Karv Int Nick Can I T T Johns JfdR Kennecott on hog market; best sorted lights, 200 to 240 Ibs., $2.80; best medium weight butchers, 240 to 260 Ibs., $2.80; best heavy butchers, 360 to 300 Ibs., $2.60; best prime heavy butchers, 300 to 350 Ibs., $2.40; best packing sows, smooth, 300 to 350 Ibs., $2.25; best heavy sows, smooth, 350 to 400 Ihs., S2.10; light lights, fair to good, 140, 160, ISO Ibs., ?2.20, $2.40, ?2.60. Bond Market Chicago banks bought enough tax arrants to make possible a 53,900,00 payday for Christmas. Stevens Gives Lecture. IOWA CITY, Dec. 13.- -Maj. ohn IP. Stevens, of the U. S. Cav- Iry school ,at Port Riley, Kans., jave an illustrated lecture on "Me- haniL-ation of Army Units," in the niversity chemistry building here Wednesday. Reserve and nationa guard officers have been extended special. invitation by Lieut. Col Converse R. Lewis, head of the mil tary department. Accepts State Position. G R E I 3 N E -- Jnmes Stooer left Monday for Iowa City where he has accepted a position with the state as a survey or- civil engineer. He Is a graduate (1933) of the Iowa State university. VMSAT-- ec lay ..... uly ;ORN-Dec. ..... May July OATS-Dec May July .... July B.1RLSY-- Dec May July LARD-Dec Jan May BELLIES-Dec Jan. "ES1AY GRA1X OPEN CHICAGO, Dec. 13. OTi- Open Close Close Today Teaterday Yr. A.go .. .83H .83'k .41=4 . . .86% -SG-H A " ., .84V1- -84Ti .* '59^ .60% .49-; .49=1 4.25 4.87 5.30 4.37 3.12 .30 .33% .33? Sheffield Wins Cage Game by 32-2 Margin SHEFFIELD, Dec. 13.--Sheffield high.school's cagera defeated Rockwell here Tuesday night by 32 to 2. FIGHT RESULTS By The Associated rreJft. FAHGO, }f. I.--JMfl Coleman,' 1M, I)u- lulh, outpointed Johnny Sflmson, 154, Minneapolis, (6). NEW YORK--Billy Petrolic, 143V4. Ho- lulh, stopped Stanislaus T^ayia, 14334, Chile, 0 ; Sieve Unit as, I g f f , Jersey Clly, outpointed Jullns Vteeh, 170, Brooklyn, ( C ) ; Ar ninmond, I B ] , Palerson, N, J., ont- polnfed Sort Colurr.l, 14. Krouklyn, d). HOLLVU'OOD--Ceferlno Garcia, 140, Mn- nllB, outpointed nnhy Jon Cans, I46 1 /?:, Los AhselM, ( 1 0 ) i Bobby I'atlio. 137, El Cen- 1rti, Cnl., knocked out Kid Mom, 131!, Manila, (2). RAN JOSE, Cal.--Baby Manilla, 130, Cubn, ·topped Charley Manning, 135, San Joe, (0). IAI,LAS--rnl Mqrphy, 140, Terre Ifrnitr, Tnd., ontpolnted* Tommy Herman, 143 Ilnl- tlmnre, (10); Harry ne\1ne, 137, Boston, outpointed Frankle Graham, J38'^t, Dallas, A man judges a party by the refreshments, a woman by the comments of her singer's Review. new frock.--Kes- RICH90J1ES AT FORT DODGE Banker for 50 Years Until Retirement in 1928 Succumbs. PORT DODGE, Dec. 13. UP)-George L. Rich, a resident of Fort Dodge since 1879 and a banker here for 50 years, died at his home here today at the age of SO. He retired from active banking in 1928. A brother, E. H. Rich, survives. Funeral services will be Thursday. OMAHA OKA IX. OMAHA, Dec. 13. (.in--Wheat, hard No. '. SO^SO^c; No. 3, 7S276C; spring:, 3mut- ty. No. 3, T5c. Corn, white No. 3, 12c; yellow No. I, 42c; No, 2, 4243ttc; relied No. 2, 41'Ac. Oats, No.' 3, 33Wc; No. 4, 32e. A. large group of financial men. looking aclc al past International negotiations can- ot get very enthusiastic auout the outcome f another meeting of world powers to dls- uss a subject even closer to their hearts haa anything; ever before discussed. Those who "look over the record" when they at- emptea to answer questions on a BlveK EUbJect, see no reason for deciding that an nternivtlonal money conference can be easily and satisfactorily concluded. The last addition to the record, the Lon don economic conference, flopped because the United States felt certain problems Iher facing this country had to be worked ou1 ana that they were more Important (to us) than any world problem. Some observers contend that there 13 no reason to believe that one or another counlry mightn't find Itself similarly situated about Ihe time nn international money conference was called. COMMENT NOT ENTHUSIASTIC All of which 13 cited to show that all comment on the stabilization mmor Isn't enthusiastic. Many people aren't going to got worked u p - a b o u t It until It Is formally be! Leonard P. Ayres of Cleveland has long been a. regular commentator on business being widely quoted In the dally newspapers. Although an army man, he doesn't work at It like some generals and being a student rather than a professor he Is accorded an car when he speaks. Like most who observe a- policy of talking about things for the public print he finds himself phrasing his words catchlly. CHICAGO UtVESTCWK. · CHICAGO, Deu. 13. C.T?--U. S. department of agriculture-- UODS 31,000, Including 10.000 direct; active, "mostly lOc nlgher than Tuesday's average; bulk 170 to 300 Ibs. J3.30SJ3.40- late top 13.45; light lights J2.DO'iT3.25; pigs S2.25t5 ; 2.75; packing sous *2,30^2.55; light Hght, good and choice, 110 to X60 ibs., $-2.85 @3.30; light weight, 160 to 200 Ibs., 53.20 (JP3.40: medium weight, 200 to 250 ]tis., 53.30(^3.40; heavy weight, 250 to 350 11)5. 53@3.40t packing sows, medium and Rood, 2T5 to 550 Ibs. $2.15©2,75; Jfg3. good and choice, 100 to 330 "38. $2.25^1 2.S5. CATTLE 9,500; calves 2,000; light weight steers and yearlings fully steady; all other representative weights slovr, ubout steady on strictly good and choice long yearlings, Imt lower grade lo»K yearlings and light teers and alt weighty steers weak; largely steer run; excessive supply here; shipper demand comparatively narrow, specially for weighty bullocks; early top yearling ateera J3.65, but several load a held considerably higher; best medium weights S3.QO: bulk or good and choice 70 ^o 120 tbs. CATTLE 4,000; calves 500; fed steers and yearlings steady to strong; quality rather plain; other killing classes steady; stock- era and feeders slow, steady; choice mixed yearlings held around $G.2A; most sales led steers and yearlings S3.25S5; steers, good and choice 530 to QOQ Ibs. 54.85ffC.25; £00 to 1100 Ibs- S4.4ttf2G.85: 11QO (o 1300 Ibs. 53.60^5.50; 1300 to 1500 Ibs. 53.33^4.75; common and medium 550 Ibs. up $2.73£$ 4.50! hellers, good ana choice 550 to 900 Ibs. $i 35ffD6- common and medium 55° to 500 Iba, $2.50;Q'4.85; cowa. Rood S2.40fi3; co«v- tnon and medium $1.75(^2.40: low cutter and cutler StfM.75: vealers (milk fed) medium to choice (3ff5.50; cull and common $2S?3 · slocker and feeder steers, good and choice (all weights) $3.35^-4.85: common and medium (all weights) $2^3.73. SHEEP 7.000; native lambs steady to iveak, no fed lambs sola ecrty; sheep steady; best fed Inmbs held above 57; lambs, coort and choice (x) 90 Ibs. down J8.33$?7-10; common and medium 90 Ibs. down «4.5Dtf Q.3f: yearling wethers, medium to choice BO to 110 Iba. S4^5.GS: ewes, Rood and choice 90 to 150 Ibs. 52,2r.'-?n.:J5. (x--Quotations based on ewes and ycar- 38 '.4 11 Hi 89 it 554 47 31 10 13 1 35?; 3 21 --Ji 37 13% 32 41« 21 « ltA cos 2014 LorlHard Maytag McK«ss Bob Mid Coot Pet M K T Mo Pac ilont Ward Morrell N'ash Nail Bisc Nat Cash Ra A 17 H Nat Dairy Nat Distill Nat Pow Lt N Y Cent N Y N H H No Amer No PU Oliver Farm Oliver Farm pE Packard Pentek * Ford Penney Penn Phillips Pat Proc Gam Pullman R C A . R K O Rem Rand K«p StJ Rey Tob B 43^ Roy Dutch Sears Roe 42^ SlieH U ' a . 8»l 3ii 23 ?i 37 24 Vi 48i 24 U 1% Socony Vac So Pac St Brands St G E St oil Cal St OH N J stew Warn Stone , AVeb Studebaker Tex Corp Tex Gulf Sul Tim Rol B" Un carb Un PQC Unit Air United Corp U S Ind A.IC U S Rubber U s Steel Wabash Warner Pic West El Mffif 40 Woolworlh, -4H Wrtglcy 56 Yet Tr 4*i 10 20 'i 23 SK 41 X 4G-, e» is aes 46S H314 33 VI 3"i 60 !i 16H 4T 2 VI 6 NEW YORK, Dec. 13. CTV-U. S. government securities enjoyed quiet advance today u-hile most other sections of the bond market displayed reactionary tendencies. During the first half of the session the federals edged forward from 2-3£s to 7-323 of a point under moderate dealings. Demand for corporate loans was rather spotty. Higher prices were paid for some rail and utility Issues of prime secondary ratings, hut most of the lower priced loans which were prominent In lost week's advance had an easy trend. There were small gains In some oblfga- Uons ot the Santa Fc, Postal Telegraph, Columbia Gas and Electric, U. S. Rubber. Warner Brothers and Chile Copper. Losses, ranging from fractions v to around a .point were cstablluned In the early trading In the bonds of American Telephone, American and Foreign Power, Pacific Gas and Klectrlc. Armour and company, American smelting and Refining, Milwaukee Railroad, Loews, Inc., Missouri Pacific, North American company and southern Railway among oUi- era. · The foreign list gained no new trading popularity an a result of the reavlness In the domestic corporation classlllcatlons. Most In the leading Issuea widened recent losses to the extent of a point or more. CHICAGO STOCKS. CHICAGO. Dec. 13. f.W-- Cent Pub serv A 'A M W II 6 pet pf $; Cities Service 1T« National stand 2 0 ^ Ur Lakes A i r li; Northwest Banco 4 GrlRSby-Grunon* ?s Quaker Oats 123 Llbby McNeil . 3 Swift i Co 14?i Mid West Ulll v, Zenith ss MINNEAPOLIS STOCKS MINNEAPOLIS, Dec, 13. /TJ--Stocks closed: First Bank stock CVi. Northwest Banco ( INA'ESTMENT TRUSTS Bid and asked on Dec. 13: Corp Tr Sh 2.2G Corp Tr Rh AA Mod . ,, . 2,36 Corp Tr Sh Accum Ser .. z.lfi Corp Tr Accum Ser Mod 2.30 Dlversitled Tr Sh A. Dividend Sh ,. 1,21 N'aHonwMe Sec 3.13 Nationwide Sec Vtc 1.34 Nor Amor Tr 3h l.S.T Nor Amer Tr Sh 19595 .. 2,36 Quarterly Inc, Sh 1.3U Selected Am Sh 2.02 Selected Cum Sh ,, ,, . - . , . . ,, 6.82 Selected Income - Sh Super Corp Am Tr A U S El L t Pow A ... U S E! Ij t Pow B ... U S El L d Pow B Vtc ... 3 10U So 3.43 No 2.43 No a.js No No No 1.48 No No 105. 1.84 No quality and condition . . . . Hell a t J4.25ft5.5Qt slaughter cattle and vealera: Steers, ftood and Choice, 550 to 000 Ibs. $5i37; 900 to 1100 Iba. 454T6.75; 1100 to 1300 Ibs, s-I.SStt 6.25; 1300 to 1500 Ibs. JS.TS^C.SO; common and mctllum, 5RO to 3300 Ib.i. .TZ-TSUS; helfers t good and choice. 550 to 750 Iba, 55Tf 6,85; common and medium $2.73 G'3; cows, good. 52.75ft 3.75; common and me- dEum Sl.75flT2.75; low cutter and cutter 51.2501.75; bulls (yearlings excluded) good (beef) sa.TSSJa.M; cutter, common and medium $24?3; vealevs, good and choice, S41J 5,50; medium S3 iff-I; cull and common 52-50 Q3; stacker anil feeder 'cattle: Steers, good and choice. 500 to 1050 Ib3. J3.75S5.2Sr common and medium 52.75if4.25. S11EE1' 11,000; fat lambs Blow, undertone weak to 25c lower; talking around 5Tfi7.25| on good lo choice offerings with occasional best lots held higher; uheei s t e a d y to weak; feeding Iambs scarce, f i r m ; lambs, 00 Ibs. down, gaotl and choice. 56.75® 7.35; common and medium S5{?7.35; ewe;;, 80 to 150 ]bs.. good and choice, 52-251? 3.50; all %vetKhl5, common and medium, 31.50ft'2.7.1; LIVESTOCK VOREOAST. CHICAGO, Dec. 13. (/!*!--Official estimated receipts tomorrow; Cattle 7,Dt0; hORS 30,000; sheep 12.000. Representative Sales CHICAGO. Dec. 13. fK--V. S. department of agriculture--Representative sales: uoos. uchta-- KANSAS ITY CHAIN. KANSAS CITY, Dec. 13. (JR -- Wheat, 29 cars; ^;c to l^ic lower. No. 2 dark hard 82e; No. 3, 70®84c nominal; No. 2 hard 80H^fi2c; No. 3, 79Q84C nominal; No. 2 red 32^4c; No. 3, 80!4('fl2i£c nominal. Com, 64 cart; ^ic to IVe lower. Mo. 2 white 45Vl(345iic; No. 3, 14 Viffl 4411c; No. 2 yellow 4 5 ' A W 4 5 V 4 c ; No. 3, 4 4 5 f 4 4 = i c ; No. 2 mixed Oat*, 1 car; . , No, 3, 44?lc. to ic lower; No. 2 white nominal; No. 3, 35 \± @ 37c nom- CITY BRIEFS MixNV.Aror.is GRAIX. MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. 13. OTV--Wheat, 1G9 cars; 53 A year ago; i%c lower. Caah: No. 1 northern 81g83c; No. 1 daifc northern 15 per cent protein SKe'S-lc; 14 per cent 81 ij2S4c; 13 per cent fllt?8«; 13 per cent 81 %8le; No. 1 dark hard' Motilana 14 per cent pcoteln 82@31c: to arrive 82(384c; No. 1 amber durum 9tc®$1.01; No. 2 amber durum OGc^'Si; No. 1 red durum 77r£7Sc; peccmber 7Sc; May SOHc; July 80^;c. Com, Ko. 3 yellow 43«"43f4c. Oats, No. 3 White Mtt 4733^0. feeding lambs, ' choice, fS.SO'fpa. to 73 IbE.. gooil and F. A. Sillier, inspector of mechanical equipment for the treasury department, spent Wednesday here Inspecting the Federal building. Mr. Miller's headquarters are in Chicago. A rending by Mrs. William KaricK, "Reading Clubs," in which she imitated how various boys read !h class, and musical numbers by Henry Rahm and Paul Clausen, cor- netists, and Robert Morehouse, clarinetist, were given Tuesday night at the Madison community center. Miscellaneous POTATO MARKET CHICAGO, Dec. IS. IflT--U. S. department of agriculture-- Potato.cs 49 on track 215, total U. H. nhlpments 425, about steady; supplies moderate; demand and trading moderate; sacked per cwt.: Wisconsin round whites U. 3. No. 1. Jl.233:l.30. few higher; Idaho russels $1.GO@1.65, few higher: comblnallon grade ?1.35«1.45: 17.-8. No. 1, Jl.aOW1.35; Colorado McClures U. S. No. 1. 51.60. Collapse of Lard ^ M a r k e t Increases Hog Farmer's Woes AMES, Dec. 13.--The collapse ot the lard market has helped aggravate the desperate situation of the hog industry, Dr. Theodore W. Schultz, acting head of the Agricultural Economics section, Iowa State college, said here today. Three important factors, he said, have contributed to the collapse of lard prices: the curtailment of trie export trade, tne sharp decline of the sale oE fal backs in the south and the large production of lard. "Foreign buyers are today taking only about 35 per cent of our lard, whereaa formerly they absorbed 50 per cent of federally inspected lard production," said Dr. Schultfi. "Back of this reduced foreign demand stands the whole complicated economic force that haa strangled international trade. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAIfA. Dec. 13. U"-- U. S. department oC agriculture -- . HOGS 7,500; fairly active, strong to lOc higher; lop S3; some held h i g h e r ; 160 to 300 Ihs. $2.S5$72.B5; feu- heavr weight butchers down to 52.737 light lights SS.SOjT^.Si; pigs mostly J2.2. 1 ) down; ROWS $2.2Sfa'2.5l); aver- ape cost Tuesday 52.74; weight 234. CATTF.E 4,500; cnlves 300; fed steers find yearlings opened slow, steady. Instances Ktrong weights under DOO Ibs. I other killing classes generally steady with slightly 1m- proverl action on con-.i; Etockers and feeders scarce, about s t e a d y ; fed steers and yearlings S4®o.25; few lots J5.35®5.75; heef cows S1.80f?2.50; cutter grades SI. 25 [ft 1.75: medium bulls S2.lBtf2.23; oOd head $2.30^2.35; practical lop veaters S4.50. SHEET 5,500; supply mostly wooleil lambs, mostly killers; weak to SSs lower; closed active; sheep steady, feed Heavy-21 RO D3 (15 Medium, 71 90 S2 358 301! 2 BO 250 243 236 225 203 3.00 3.30 3.35 3.40 32 38 lf5 182 17fi 168 LlBhts- 151 iro St«eis-- 18 90Li 105S 1 20 23 32 i3i:i 20 M13 t40fi 1211 123S 1330 Native Lambs-41 S5 7.23 120 88 ?.-0 210 91 3.35 3.40 3.-15 3,40 CATTM:. HeU'eia-- 6,G~j 17 OOR C.50 8 1075 G2 785 10 711 Covs-- 7 1190 IT. lt34 2r, sir. 22 S35 SHEEP, Clipped Lambs-- .·).·! 0 3.35 3.30 3.25 3.15 3.00 CLOSING ttOND OUOTATIOXS. KEW YORK. Dec. 13. (.-n--United St government bonds, closed: Llbety 3^s 105.4. Liberty First 1VI» 101,5 Liberty Fourth 4 U s 101.IT. Treasury 4',is 17-52 108.20. Treasury 4s 44-51 103.6. Treasury 3?is 40-43 June 09.16. Treasury 3Hs 4 G - I 9 26. Treasury 3s 51-."i5 0.1. Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied bv LAJISON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Beck Building Telephone No. 7 " "E\V YORK CUHIX QUOTATIONS Am Gas El 21VI Pennroad Corp Lamson Brothers Market Letter . r,.io 5.00 s.r.o 5.40 20 8 1 150 94 Fed Westerns-- 3d fl6 220 85 2SO 02 210 90 ers strong: early bids fed wooled SO. 60S 6.85; fed clipped Iambs bid lamhs S5.B5; MINNEAPOLIS FXOUK. MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 13. ~lin--Flour unchanged. Shipments 1B.7S8. Pure hran 5133= 13.50. Standard middlings »12.75813.25. Named to Editorial Post. GOODELL, Dec. 13.--Cholm Houghton, senior student at Iowa City, has been named assistant campus editor of the Daily lowan. NEW VOHK SIIOAK. NEW YORK, Dec. 13. l/'n--IUW supir quiet today and unchanged at 3.23c for spots. Futures unchanged to one point advance. Refined unchanged at 4.40C for f i n e granulated. Tor.Eno SEEIIS. TOLEDO, Dec. 13. LI*--Seeds unchanged. 14 Iowa State Girls Named Candidates in Pulchritude Contest AMES, Dec. 13.--Fourteen Iowa State college girls have been named entrants in the annual beauty contest sponsored by the Bomb, college yearbook. Eight of the 14 will be chosen in a college election today as finalists, and J. N. Darling, well known Des Moines cartoonist, will select four winners from the ei e"-' . light cvres eligible up to J3.20; early sales feeding lamhs 56.23; best held above 56.50. SIOUX CITV LIVESTOCK. SJOUX CITY, tec. 13. l.T 1 )--U. S. department of aRrtculture--r CATTL/K 2.000; fed yearlings fairly active, firm; matured steers slow; scattered nales about steady; fnt (ihc fltock active, |m- proved, mostly uncban^d; stockers and feeders rfult, w e a k ; car ftholcc 1.016 ih. yearlings $5.50; scattered lots J5,15IT3.3.^; b u l k J4(J?5; few matured nteers above $4.75: few Rood llRhl heifers S5: beef cows SI.00 ^2.35; lower cutters and cutters largely JI.a57?l.BO; few plain stackers J3.50 down. KOflS S.fiflO: scattered early .sales steady to strong, later active, mo.itty lOc hlRher; bulk 170 to 320 Ib wclphta (Z.QOfi'S: top «3 for lonp strlntc butchers; light llphts mainly J2.357f2.85; feeder pigs mostly $1 ·32.10: few up tt» J2.25. RlfEKP 2,500; no early action; early fat lamb undertone weak; nalclns fully steady; other classes unchanped: choice fed wooled lamiia held abore J7.IO; psclcern (fljklnff S6.7r down; feeding lamba fialable largely Sfl.nflS-fi; bu ] li fe,i wooled taniha and native lamhs l a t f t Tuesday JG.75^7.10; top ^7.10* cllpned lambs ^8 down. ST. PAOI- LIVESTOCK. BOUTII ST. PAUL. Dec. 13. tJPl--V. S. department of floriculture-- fTATTLE 2,300; mostly s t e a d y lo «tron£* h«t action on lighter weight steers and yenrllnBn; good to cl-.olce 850 to 1100 lb weights J4.50fi.V25; some held lilKher; xood to choice 1200 to 1500 lb«. 33.lKlft4.90 common to medium yearlings 52.50^4.2:3 45 150 150 13Q 11 7.20 14 7.10 7.00 7.00 7.10 7.00 T.OO 8.1 . TS 72 120 ICO 7.00 0.25 S.50 4.23 :i.oo 2.30 1.00 1.40 G.OO C.2S 6.00 S.75 HIDES, WOOL, FURS Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros., Inc., 308 Fifth Street Southwest, HIDES Horsehides 52.25. Cured beef hides 6c Teen beef hides -... .50 WOOL, No. 1 clean bright 24c Ib. Sernlbright 23e Ib. Rejects ;... lOc Ib. FURS Mink 52-$5 Skunlc ISe-Sl Civet 15c-30c Red fox S2.50-S5 Opossum 25c-50c GRAIN I»ETTER. CHICAGO. Dec. 13.-- WHKAT--Further scattered liquidation by longs who were regarded as having become disc on raK«d by the action of the market (n recent sessions appeared today AIV| the reaction evident late yestenlay continued. The market had no support in the way or buying orders nor did Lt derive any encouragement from the action of securities and tbe lower levels for sterling. Decem"ber wheat which displayed Independent strength yesterday was the weakest delivery today and went to over 2c discount as compared with May, In contrast to Ic at the finish Tuesday, Eeljtng; of December w«a attributed to an operator who was thought to have liquidated some time ago. A fair e x p o r t demand was reported for C a n a d i a n wheat w i t h both the continent and the tJnfted Kingdom biiV- era, but the aggregate business was not large. Temperatures were higher over the major ixrtlon n f tbe grain belt but no moisture was received In the .io»Ihwa.it. CO11X--Country offerings of cash corn today were lesa than yesterday but were about equal to shipping sales. Sufficient .icattcrfrl selling developed In futures to make, a lower range and there was little rally shown. Export b!ds · were aenln f n the market hut no sales of American. K rfl ' n were confirmed. Bookings toilay were 90,000 bushels with caah sales nrmind S2.00Q bushels. 'Wheat apparently needs a change In surroundings to arouse public Interest and to Indicate a definite trend. Am Sup POTT Ark N Gas A IV, El Bd ft Sh 14 Hud B M B 9 Ninff Hud 5 CHICAGO STOCKS Ben A-vi Corp 16 'i Butler Bros Bor-War Corp 10 M, Corel Compc-ny NEW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juncau 21',* l«ck Truck Am Car Fdy 25 Mathle Alkali Am Roll Mills 1914 Am H S Co lfi',l Am S K Co 42Tn Am Tob 74 ?i Atlan Ref Co 29tt Ar *. CO B till) -I Baldwin Lo 12 J ,i Bamsdall Oil A 0 Br-Bai-Col Co S By era A M Co 27 ft Com Solvents 31 % ConL O1I 18^ Curt Wr( pfd .·» Hous Oil (Ncw -i'A Kelvlnator Corp II'/I Kroger Groc 24 Llq Carb Corp 29% . S O Ind S O Ky United Gaa Un L P .t Mex Seab Oil 33*i McK and Rotib 5^ Oils Steel 4',i' J C Penney Co 54T Pure Oil Co ll?i Puc Ser of N J 3St Simmons Co 17 So Cal Edison IGVi Tld Wat Oil Co 10 H U S Ind Al 59'i Ulll P t L A 3H Un Gas imp 1.11 Western My Id S*'t War Bros Co 11*. Western Union 58Vi Worth Pump 22 Vr North Am Av S Ijcgion Entertains Auxiliary. DUMONT--Thirty-five attended the rabbit dinner Monday evening at the Legion hall when the American Legion entertained the auxiliary. Forest City Wins Tilt From Thompson Cagers FORES5T CITY, Dec. 13.--The Forest City high school basketball team won from the Thompson school in a game played on the Forest City gym Monday night. The final score was 39 to 8 in favor of the home team. The game was a non-conference one. On Friday night of this week the Forest City team plays at Buffalo Center. The next home game in Forest City will be the evening of Dec. 22 with Lake Mills as the opponents. WOOl- MABKF.T. BOSTON. Dec. 13. (.T)--U. S. department of agriculture-Most of the wool houses In Boston are finding business very quiet this week. A few sales of moderate volume have been closed on original bag lines of good short French comhlng 04 s and f i n e r territory wools At 80-fll cents scoured hauls. Other lines are firmly quoled although Inactive, scalteied Inquiries are being received but most of them arc not resulting In Immediate sales, 45th Anniversary Observed. GREENE--Fifty relatives surprised Mr. and Mrs. Amos Kingery Sunday with a picnic dinner. The occasion waa the forty-fifth wedding: anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Kingery. But where is it written that man must get his bread by the sweat of his congressman?--Dubuque Tele- graph-Hcrold. YOUR BEST MARKET HIDES AND FURS Wolf Bros. 310 FIFTH ST. S. AV. Home Owners' Loan Corporation 4% BONDS, 1951 Bought--Sold--Quoted INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mason City, Towa

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