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January 14, 1937

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EIGHTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 14 · 1937 HOG MART REVERSES DOWNTREND PRICES CLIMB 5 T015 CENTS Supplies Cut to 16,000, 4,000 Under Estimate;' . Cattle Decline, CHICAGO, (/P)--Hogs reversed the \v e ck's c ar He r d ownwar d trend Thursday and rose 5 to 15 cents as supplies were cut to 16,000 head, or 4,000 below expectations. Cattle, however, continued the decline which got under way Wednesday, falling 25 cents in some cases. The livestock trade had further evidence of the slowing o£ demand for wholesale meat when beef carcasses and pork loins backtracked'slightly in the wholesale market. Beef and pork were steady to \z- cent a pound lower, the "range on the former was 10V to 18 and on the latter 17 to ISV-. The advance in hogs carried the top back to 510.50. Cattle were' weakened largely by the moderate h ol d over f r om Wednesday's market. Strictly good and choice beeves, however, held i;p and as high as $14.25 was bid lor long yearlings in early rounds. The bulk of the supply moved at S8 to 11 while strictly good and choice offerings were quoted at $12.50 to 514 and better. f Demand for lambs was good enough to give the market an upward .-tendency in early rounds. v. Choice lambs were held at $10.50 to $10.65 and above. Hog Markers ailUIVEST HOGS HOE prices at midwest markets Thursday: UEDAIt HAP1DS -- G o o d hogs, 140-150 Ills., $1.BOS'7.90; 150-160 Ibs., S8.loa8.40; 160-170 Itas., S8.60SB.OO; 110-160 Ibs., $0.20 g£.50: 180-200 Ibs., $9.50tft°.BO;. 2QO-.T.I5 good packers, 275-350 Ibs., S9.20Q9.50; 350423 Ibs., $9.05^9.35; 425-500 Ibs.. 58,90© 9.20; 500-550 Ibs., S8.15C9.05. ' s WATERLOO -- Hogs steady. Good to choice 140-150 IDs., $7.1507.49; 150-160 Ibs.. S7.75ffiS.05; 160-170 Ibs., 58.40S8.10; 170-IBO Ibs., $9.15J9.43: 180-200 Ibs.. SO.45 ©9.75: 200-325 Ibs., S9.65S9.95; 325-350 Ibs., $0.456i9.75; packing sows. 275-350 Ibs., 59.20B3.50; 350-425 Ibs., $9.03®9.35; 425-550 Ibs., 58!f9.20. OTTU3I1VA--Hogs unchanged. AUSTIN--Market 10 cenls higher; good lo choice, 180-209 Ibs.. $9.50*^9.80;^ 200- Ibs.. S9.75tfi 10.05; 290-325 Ibs., $9.65!ft 9.95; 325-350 Ibs.. S9.555i'9.B5; packing sows, good, 275-550 Ibs., $8.80419.50. C O M B I N E D HOG ItEOKtrTS DES J10INES, MV-fu. S. department of agriculture)--Combined hog receipts At 22 concentration yards and 9 packing plants located in interior Town and southern Minnesota for the 24 hour period ended at 8 a. m. Thursday were 15,700. compared with 20.400 a -vvcek ago and 24,000 a year ago. Generally steady lo 5 cents higher; spots up 10 cenls all classes, most ol trade modcralely active: loading continued slow but some heavier. Good and choice: Light lishts, 140-160 Ibs., $7.90fi8.90; light weights. 160-130 S8.65ffi3.65; 180-200 Ibs., S9.55iJ9.95; " 59.75® . heavy weights, 250-290 Ibs., S9.75elD.20; 290-350 Ibs.. SD.GOS 10.20. Packing sows, good: 275-350 Ibs,. SS.30 H70.75: 350-425 Ibs., $9.20-89.60; 425-550 ,. . . ., . medium weights, 200-220 Ibs., 10:20; 220-250 Ibs,. $g.75i?M0.2Q : Local Livestock MASON CITY--For Thursday HOGS Steady. Good light lights ... 140-1=0 s V.OO- 7.30 Good IJSlH liBt'-ls · · . 150-160 S 7.50- 7.80 Good lights- 160-170 S 8.20- 8.5U Good lights 170-180 S 8.85- 9.1: Good ligllt butchers lfiO-1'00 $ U.3j- 0.6J Good lisill butchers 200-220 S 0.00- 9.00 G n u d me. wt. butch. 2^0-250 S 0.60- 9.90 Good inc. wt. butch. 250-270 S 9.GO- 9.90 Good me. wt. butch. 271-'i90 S 9.00- 9.90 Good heavy butchers ^30-325 S 9.60- 9.90 Good heavy butchers 325-350 S 9.45- 9.7f Good heavy butchers 350-400 S 0.2o- 9.55 Good packing soivs 275-350 S 9.15- 9.45 Goucl heavy sows .. - 350-425 S 8.95- 9.25 Goad big heavy sows 425-500 5 8.75- 9.05 Coed bin heavy sows 500-550 S 8.55- 8.85 IThe above Is a 10:30 truck hop market ior good and choice hogs. The dincience in price is for sllprt and icr.i; haul hogs.) Choice lo prime slccrs $11.00-12,50 Gooll lo choice steers S tf.OO-ll.OO J'air to good steers ......... S G.ou- tj.OD J-ow grade steers S 4.00- Ci,00 Choice to prime yearlings ... SI 1.00-12.50 Good to choice yearlings .... S 0.00-11.00 Fair lo good yearlings . $ 6.00- 8.00 Common to fair yearlings .. S 4.00- b.GO Good lo choice heifers ...... S G.OO-1U.OD Fair to good heifers s 3.00- 3.00 Common to tair heifers .... S 3.50- 5.00 Chotce-to prime cows s 5.50- Ii.2a rjood . to. choice cows s 4.50-5.aO Fair to good cows .....'.:.:.. S 4.00- 4.50 Fair lo c'ood cutters ...... S 3.50- 4.00 Common to fair cullers S JI.OO- P.50 Fair to good canners s 2.75- 3.00 Common to fair canners .... £"2.30- 2.75 Inferior canners s 2.00-2.25 Good lo choice bulls S 4.75- .VoO Fair to good bulls S 4.50- 4.73 Common to fair bulls S 4.00-4.50 Inferior light bulls S 3.50- 4.00 Calves cd. to choice 130-100. S 3.53- !).nO Calves, mod. to good 130-190 S ii.00- 8.50 Calvsc, infer, to sd. 130-190 SG.OO down 1.AJIBS Lambs, pd. to choice 70-90 5 0.25- 9.--0 Lambs, mcd. lo good 70-90 $ 7.25- 8.25 Lambs, fair lo mcd. 70-00 S 4.25- 7.25 I.ambs-, common $4,23 down Yearlings, ud. lo ch, 70-90 S 5.00- G.OO ·yearlings, medium lo good 5 4.00- S.OO Yearlings, fair to medium S 3.00- 4.00 Yearlings, culls S 2.00- 2.50 Native ewes, good to choice S 2.00- 3.00 Culls, ewes ".... s l.oo- 1.50 Bucks S 1.00- 2.00 Wethers. 2 year olds ^ S 5.00- 6.00 WclSers. old J 3.0D- 5.00 Buck lambs SI lows. No dock on lambs. ^ Quotations subiect to market fluctuations. ,-' choice. Stj.23fif[8-25; common and medium. 54.25'fi G,25; heifers, good and choice. 53.25 itB,50; common and medium, $4 £6.25; so-ws, Rood, $4£H.5D; common and me(Ini m, $3.50 ft 4' calves f steer), good and choice. S6.25Ti8.35; medium, S4.50ST6.25. H O G S 1.000; opening steady to strong wi 1 h Wed ncs day's avera RC ; p ood to choice 1£0 to 2CO Ib. butchers S9.85©10; top $10.10 for short load to traders; 160 to IRQ Ib. Jjphts 33,25fff9,75; 140 to IfiO Ib. llpltt lights S8.5QfiT9,25; feeders dull; ows 59,50; stagst $D.50 down. S H E K P 2.300; no early fat lamb action; mdertone weak to lower; choice fed nf- !crinss held above Slf); Indications lower for fat ewes; two loads western held above 55.30: late Wednesday lambs 2 40c lower; bulk $9,85ip 10.10. LIVESTOCK FORECAST CHICAGO, W)--Official estimated receipts for Friday: Cattle, 1,500; hogs, 16,000; sheep, 9.000. of C H I C A G O LIVESTOCK ( T h u r s d a y Market) CHICAGO. OD--lU. S. department HRficullureJ--llOGS--16,000; I n c l u d i n g ,- OGD direct; unevenly 5d 15 cents higher than Wednesday's average; sows mostly steady; ton, $10.50; hulk good and choice JSO-T300 Ibs., $10.3o!i"r.l0.4fi; few good 450550 Ib. sows, 53.C5fiL9.EO; best lightweights, $10. C ATT Llv--5,000; calves, 1,000; steers and yearlings steady to 25 cents lower; mostly steady to weak; only common light kinds showing ivirllier downturn; fresh receipt!; increased by mo derate holdover from Wednesday's unevenly lower market; strictly Rood and choice steers and ycarlitips holding up; $14:25 bid on long yearlings; best actually sold at §14.10 with incdium weights at $14; bullocks scaling 1,45ft Ibs. sold at S13.8ii.latc Wednesday; bulk Thursday's crop. $'8i? 11 xvilh strictly Rood and choice offerings at S12.5Q$? 14 and better; stackers and feeders 25 cents lower; country demand narrow as fat cattle declined: all other cJnsscs common and medium grade heifers weak b u t nil grade cows firm; bulls shade higher; vcalcrs steady to weak at 513 down to $11. SHKKP--11,000; including 3,600 direct* Iambs in fairly broad demand; client tons steady lo stronger; u n d e r t o n e strong on. slaughter-sheep compared with Wednesday's late advance; bidding ward to S1D.40 on lambs now held SHI.50 d\ 10,65 anrt above; scattered native ewes S5Gfi; heal held well above 5(3,25. SOUTH ST. I'AIII, L I V E S T O C K ( T h u r s d a y M a r k e t ) SOUTH ST. PAUL. (J1i--(U. S. d e p a r t incnt of a g r i c u l t u r e ) -- CATTI.K -- 4,200 market slow, buyers talking lower slaughter steers and heifers; most steer largely medium . pradcs held around f ^9; x-cry few salable above S9.50; hciler largely around S7.25 downward; cow about steady, easy; low cutters and cut tcrs. S3.50fe4.50: beef cows. £4.75475.7.1 few good, $6tfT.G.50; hulls weak to Z cenls lower; common to medium grades $5^:6: few good Tip to SR.50: stockcrs lit tic changed; calves, 2.GOO; vealers abon steady; good and choice. $9.50$?I1.50 common and medium. $G.5fl[fi9. IfOGS--12,500: market stou' to mostly steady; 220-300 'Ibs., $I0.10«,I0.15; top S10.15; 190-220 ]1S.. $!.90S'10.10; 160-19 Ibs., $0.0089.90: 140-160 Ibs., S9.25W9.60 120-140 Ibs., S8.75e9,25; 100-120 Ib. killers S7,75f(i8.75; bulk jjood sows, S9.50ft9.GC aver.ifle cost Wednesday, S9.El; weigh 204 Ibs. SHEEP--7,000: run Includes two load nf fed cwcs: two loads f e e d i n g Iambs balance largely fat lambs; no early sales undertone weak to lower on fat lambs steady on other classes; bulk fat lamb Wednesday, $10; few loads, $10.15; me d i u m to choice cwcs, $4^(5.SO; good t choice 54-76 Ib. feeding lambs. SIOUX CITY MVESTOCK (Thursday Market) SIOUX CITY. IJT) -- C A T T I. B--2,500 calves, 200; beef steers and yearlings un rven, about steady with Wednesday' d u l l close;-other classes l l t l l c changeci load choice lo prime 1,212 Ib. beeves, $13 calos above $11.50 Hmllcd; liberal shar short feds. $8^10: fcsv sales Rood heifer itri to $0.50; majority beef cows. S4.73I; (i.25; cutler grades m a i n l y S3.7. r Kt?4.50; fe\ common and m e d i u m slocher.s, Sfi.2 dowp. Currcnl stockcr and feeder call* Quotations: Steers, 550-800 Ibs., good an. Representative Sales (Thursday M a r k e t ) CHICAGO, Ufi-- (U. S. department of griculture)--Representative sales: H O G S AIT. Av(r.| A V I . Avjr. To. IVfft. rriccj.Vo. Wst, Price Icavy-- [Lights-- :l0.30|8a 134 10.45 laiaOJlj 170 loins 10.45[72 169 10.30 295 . 271 2GO Tediums--. I 246 213 i 2H r 205 iecrs-- i ins i · 1043 i 1381 ) · 1155 : j o i s loco : 1042 15U 143 10.40] Light Lights-10,33'15 10.50;87 10.40! CATTLE 14.25|2l 14.10117 1.1.7o'12 11.25ilS J0.25U4 9.25JCOWS-- ---- S43 RGO 826 785 772 .751 3 E.25[ 4 7.75! 7 I 5 S H E E P 1202 1190 1(187 933 885 10.25 8.50 7.7.1 7.25 6.73 7.00 6.25 5.2.1 4.50 4.00 cd Western Lamhs 83 8.1 93 ion Slaughter 10.50 Yearlings-- 10.M 20 110 . 9,DO 10.40 10 105 S.OO 10.40 10.401 :o.25[Sl.TOBhlcr Ewes- alive Lambs .9 S3 21 82 31 IB I firt il 82 10.251 36 - |4no 10.501201) 1IJ.-I I)| 10.40| in.iKt lo.ooi 110 SB fi.OO 5.00 Public Ufility and Industrial Stocks Quoted by A. M. SCHANKE CO. Telephone 1300. Mason City Hid and A*keti T h u r s d a y , lent St El 6 pel pf l$25 par) 10 :cnl St El 7 pet p f . ? 2 5 par) 11 Cent St P a: L 7 pet pi 19 hampliii Rc£ Iowa 7 pet pf . 100 'rcamery Package com 23 learst Cons A 2311 George A Hortnel A p£ ..:... 104 "·eorgc A llormel common , 20',a ntcrstate Power 6 pel pf ... 18 nterstalc PJower 7 pet pf ... 20 owa Electric Co G£ pet pf fit owa Elcclric Co 7 pet pE 52 a Elcc Lt Power G pet pf R9 a Elcc Lt £: Power fiii pet pf. 71 a Elcc Lt t Power 7 pet nf 75 a Power Light 6 pet pf 102 a Power i: Light 7 pet pi 103 a Public Scrv 6 · pet pf .. . 9il a Public Serv fila pet pf ... 100 :a Public Serv 7 pet pf :.. 101 [a South Util 6 pel pf ... 71 \n South Util 6!i net pf ... 72 :a South Util 7 pet pf ... 75 Minnesota P L 0 pet pf 34 Minnesota P i 1 / 7 pet pf 10(1 Northern St Power f, pet pt 94 Northern SI Power 7 pet pf 9!) W Bell Tel GVi pet pf . . . . JO.i N W Portland Cement com 25 ;tath Packing fi pel pf 1011 Satli P.ickind 7 pet pi 100 Flath Packing com 32'.i Sioux City GaT E! 7 pel pf Ofl Unilcd LI tc Jlys B pet pf B7'i Unilcd Lt S: Rys fi.36 pet pf IW.b Unilcd tl Rys 7 pet pf 95 Western Grocer pf 9fi Western Grocer coin 15 ·12 13 20 25 23'.I 107 22 in 53 54 71 73 77 104 105 101 1[)2 103 73 74 77 Bd 102 9K 101 lonii 26',i 102 103 3.1 lot 83 3(1 07 ion 17 Hides and Furs Q u o t a t i o n * F u r n E t b e d b? W o l f Bro Inc., 301! F i f t h street SoulhwtiL nonsEuiuzs Horschldcs S3.5C · G R E E N OEEF HIDES Up to 25 Ibs 11 2Tt to 45 Ibs. RVs More than 60 Ibs. s 1 .^ Bull hides 7 ·Cured hides half cent mor« a pound (On above prices a cent higher t wholesale dealers In wholesale Cots.) PUBS Ex. Lcc. Lee. Med. Sma Mink »M.OO $12.50 sil.OO $9.5 Muskrat .. Weasel (white- and brown I . Red Fox (heavyl Raccoon (heavy ordinary) Clvcl Cat Skunk (average Pltmcl Slightly higher and larce lots. 1.75 I.SS 1.45 1.2 .10 6.00 1.50 .10 .50 C.50 6.SO .33 1.75 1.5(1 prices lax .30 S.OO 3.50 ..10 1.40 '1.1 wholcsal WOOL MARKET BOSTON, Ml--(U. S. department agriculture)--Scattered small lols of do mesllc wools were sold at slronjc price In the Boston market Thursday as occa sional buyers covered urgent immcdial rcouirements for particular types. Combing ', blood Ohio fleece woo realized around 53 cents In the grense A few choice original lots of fine Mon lanT) wool running bulk Roorl Frenc combing and staple length brought $1.1 91.12, scoured bails. MONTHLY CONSUMPTION OF. PORK, BEEF AND LAMB POUNDS A P P A R E N T COMSVJMPTJON IKCLUOINO C«LT W£AT PflOOUCEO UWDER F E D E R A L .IHSPECTtCH ITT THC u - s ' CEPT - OF JQWICULTURC, FROU THE INSPECTED S1AU5HTEB. LESS CONOEWNEO AMMiLS, Pt-US "" "" OI "S. LESS EX0«IS, A N O THE CHANBE IN COLD STORAGE HOCDIKCI. P.EUEP SLAUOHT- £n BT ^ Q^-ERNufHT hoT iN POUNDS " "f CAPITA 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 HITS CORN RISE Market Closes Eighth Off to Five-Eighths Up;' Wheat Down. CHICAGO, (/P)--Corn climbed I 1 /! cents-Thursday to new peaks unequaled for years, but then reacted because of profit taking sales and wheat market downturns. Reports which indicated settlement of the marine strike tended lo increase corn selling at the last. Besides, the number of cattle on feed in corn belt slates was officially reported as 23 per cent smaller than a year ago. At the close, corn was 3 ,g lower .o r )'a higher' compared with Wednesday's finish, May new $1.11%.12, July new S1.07 1 A-'5s, wheat i-ll-i down, May $1.33%-1.34, uly $1.15Vi-ii, oats \'s off to V-t ip, and provisions unchanged io 2 cents decline. C H I C A G O CASH RRA1K CHICAGO. WJ-- Cash whent: No. 2 ard. Si.-t2!i: No. .1 hard. JI.4I. Corn: No. 5 mixed, SI.07; No. 3 yctlow.',;: No. 4 yellow. S1.0S«1.11; o. 5 yellow, Sl.OSViftl.OO',',; No. 4 while, l.n'.ifel.H: No. 5 white, ?1.031fl.09.i; imple grade, Sl.04rfil.05. Oats- A'o. 1 u-hitp. jT^iff 59 J ,4; No. 2 hitc. STVifToS 1 .'.. the latter outside ·eight: sample grade, 54 ] /2G")6Si. Soy beans--No. 3 yellow, $1.62 l ,a. Barley feed, BOGSl nom.: jnalting, SI© 42 nc-m. Timothy seed, $6g6.2.5 a civt.; new, i.TSt'S a cwt. Clover seed. S2B'if33 a cwt. Lard, tierces. SI3.6T; loose, $12.97. Bellies, $16.50. Mason City Grain MASON CITY--For Thursday "o. 3 yellow shelled corn ..$1.05 fo. 4 yellow shelled corn ..51.03 ;ai- corn Vhitc oats, No. 3 Barley . . . , 9 8 c .501,4 c 60-9Dc oybeans, No. 2 yellow .....$1.50 T H U R S D A Y G R A I N " ' C L O S E CHICAGO. W-- VHEAT-- High Low Close uly ept. ........ CORN-lay Jay uly iept OATS-- uly Icpt SOY BEANS- day uly RY-'lay July iept. BARLEY-lay ' , LARD-an ·uly iept. BELLIES -Ian ^fay July 1.15 J ,i 1.11% J.07 1.03% 1.02% .53% .47% .45 1.60% 1.14% I.IS'4 1.04% 1.02% .95% .93% Lin;; l.IO .54% .4B .14.20 .14.37 .14.52 13.67 13. S7 14,07 14.22 14.42 l . l l % n e w 1.00% old 3,07%new 1.04'.b old 1.03 .54',V .47% .45 l.BO',4 l.fiO J.lS'.i 1.02% .33-% 13.67 13.R7 14.10 14.25 14.45 16.50 17.15 IT.45 (Thursday M a r k e t ) MINNEAPOLIS. (IT)--Wheat--63 cars l!ii cents lower: No. 1 heavy darlc north ern sprtnir. GO Ibs.. $1.57*11*?l.Gfi^i: No. dark northern. 59 Ibs.. $l.56»iTi,l.65=l: 5i bs.. $1.55?J'rf 1.64?*: fancy No, 1 harr Montana. 14 per cent protein, 51.47 v *f 1.4Q S «; grade of No. 1 dark h a r d or No. inrd Montana winter. $I.4l»Ti 1.4T-1 linrd 3Tnber d u r u m , No. 1, Sl.Sfi 1 ,;:^ \.10 l - r 3 No. 1 red. $1.35i. Corn--No. 3 yellow, Sl.17iill.19; un changed. Oals--No. 3 while, 53?ii'ii55*l. O.WAIIA ORA1N* (Thursniir M a r k e t ) OMAHA. Wj-- Wlieat--Dark liard No. 1 SI.W*ii 1.44; '-No. 2. S1.43; hard No. 1 SI.45R1.46. Corn--Yellow. No. 3. 51.1!ISi 1.20!b: No 4. SI.IB: No. S, 51.17: s,imple yellou SI.15: while. No. 3, $1.20. Oats-- Willie, No. 2, 58; No. 3, SS'.i Mason City Agency of Equitable Life Meets About 20 representatives of th F. W. Osmundson agency at tended an annual meeting Wed nesday at the Hotel Hanford. In 1S36 the Mason City agency pal for a greater volume of busines than any agency in Iowa and wa in tenth place out of 75 agencies operating from coast to coast ii the United States. Reports at th meeting show R. B. Reynolds o Northwood was leading agent ir Iowa. E. C. Elling of Garner com pleled nine years of consecutiv weekly production. Plans wer made- for 1937 in celebration of th seventieth anniversary of th Equitable Life Insurance com pany of Dos Mnincs, which, it wa pointed out, is Iowa's pionce company. Stock List NEW YORK STOCKS (By The Associated Press) Thursday Filial Quotations. Al Ch Dye 231 Am Can ' l l G ^ i \m Sm Eel 0511 Am Sug Kef S4',a T t T 183',-* \m Tob B 9G^ Am Wat Wks 2B»'« Anaconda 56Vs Alch T S: S F 74 \ubnrn Auto 3Z 1 /, \viat Corp Hli Ball A: Ohio 22 Barnsdall 3214 lend is: Aviat 27 \'i Belh Sleel 75'/* Bordcn 27 Jorg Warner 7R=ii Can D G Alfi 1M» 137',i 4 2!i : P 2V* 12!% Canada Pac -ase C it N W C Gt West C M St P R I A: P Chrysler "olurn G El 20 ?mwllh Sou 4^i Con ' Edison 45 Con Oil IGli 7on Can G7'.i ;ont Oil Del 44 = k Corn Prod 70'i Curt Wright 7% Deere Co 12ft .)nre Co pf Tut* ;i Pont de- N 179?* Gen Elect 5S',ii Gen Foods 41'it Motors 67V« Gillette 16?i Goody T R 29'.'* fudscm Mot 20 f ;i Hi CejU 24'.'. tit Harv 107 t Nick Can (!4 nt Tel i= Tel 13'A vresEe . 14^ii Libbey O F G 24 Maytag la^a McK Rob 13V* Mid Cont Pet 31 Monte- Ward 57'1 Nat Biscuit 31'.i Nat Cash R 32 Nat Dairy 24 Nat Dislill 28'/ Nat Pow Lt 14'/« N Y Cent 43 North Pac 28»i Oliver Farm 39W: Packard Mot 1IV* Param Pict 24'.a Penney l O l l a Penn R R 42 Phillips Pet-- 51«4 Radio 12 r A Rey Tob B Sears Roeb Shell Union Socony Vac Sou Pacific Sid Brand.-; Std Oil Cal Std Oil Ind 47i Std Oil N .T Stew Warn' Sludcbakcr s w i f t Texas Corp Tex Gulf Sul 42 Timk Roll B 72i'» Un Carb 104',= Un Pacific , 13d Unit Airc Cor 20^4 United Corp Kii Unit Drug 15 U S Ind Alco 3» U S Rubber 4S 3 1 U S Steel CO'.', Warner Pict !G"i West Un Tel 79 West Ei : M J.11',4 Woolworth R2 Wrigfey Jr 74 5G',4 BSV, 28!i IB^i 47-?i 15^i 45'.i 18% 15% 16 54% CHICAGO STOCKS (By The Associated Press) T h u r s d a y Final Quotations. Cities Serv Icil Brew 10'.i 15',! ibby Mew :ni tidwest Corp 14V, rail Leather 2'/ Northvv Ban IB Quaker Oals 123% Swift Co 26 Swift lull 31 % Util Ind 1% Zenith 35% Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAHISON BROTHERS ANT) CO., Mason City Office In Bagley-Beck Bldg. Telephone No. 7. MOTOR STOCKS IN BRISK RALLY Hope of Quick Settlement of G. M. Strike Aids in Advance. NEW YOHK, (IP)--Hopes for a quick settlement of the General Motors strike spurred automotive stocks on a brisk rally in Thursday's market, with favored issues pushing up 1 to 3 points. Farm implements, slow most of the session, developed a following in late dealings. 'V Copper did. a bit better when producers boosted the domestic price of .the red metal to 13 cents a pound, a new top'since 1930. The export rate, however, was lower, as foreign output restrictions were temporarily abandoned. The trend in stocks was far from uniform and, near the final hour, losses were well distributed. Transfers were around 3,200,000 shares. Curb Market STRUNK SHOWS NEEO OF SAVING U, S. WILD LIFE ecture on Beaver Given to Kiwanians;" Talks in School. Importance ol conservation ol ild lite, which is fast disappear- ig through continued wasteful- ess, was emphasized by Dr. W. ,. Strunk, head ol the biology de- artment, Luther college, Decorah, i an address Thursday noon to he Kiwanis club in Hotel Hanord. He developed this theme r ith an illustrated lecture on the le o£ the beaver. Dr. Strunk pointed out that it as because of beaver that the 'est was opened up, for early cttlevs. came in to trap this animal. Early barter was carried on n the value of beaver skins. Us aid that estimates were made lat there were 50,000,000 beaver n North America when the white ian first came to this country ut that the total had now dropped o 500,000. Cannot Be Replaced. "If certain forms of animal life re so wasted that they become xtinct," Dr. Strunk asserted, there is no way in which science an ever replace them. There is bundant space to provide habitat OL- these forms of wild life; they nust be protected against the reed of men who will exploit hem." ' In a moving picture it was liown how beaver build dams, epair dams, construct houses,' nake canals and cut down trees. Numerous eloseups were shown f. the beaver. Dr. Strunk pointed ut that beaver carry on their oinplex skill largely by instinct, alher than intelligence. Because he beaver does not have to learn, iut has its extensive knowledge iy its right of birth, its mind ould be termed" perfect, the peaker said. Speaks la Students. Dr. Strunk, who was introduced S. L. Ruglanct, dean of the Moon City Junior college, spoke Thursday morning at two high chool assemblies and Thursday fternoon to the Junior college. Guests of the club were Bill iarry of Algona, who has had a ierfect attendance record in the Vlgona Kiwanis club for 8'A ears; Miss Ida M. Iverson, Juior college science teacher; Mrs. Don W. Wieder, G. H. Kiester and eorge Ludeman. NEW YORK. (/P)--Prices followed mixed trends in (he c u r b market Thursday with a few shares making wide swincs. Higher levels were reached by u t i l i t y stacks, while most of the rnintns shares fell off. n biv in the late morning. Cities Service gained more, thau \? and United Gas and Niagara Hudson moved up minor fractions. Ncwmont Mining; lost more than 2 points, while Lake Shore and Sunshine s u f f e r e d fractional setbacks. Gains OC a point or more were made by Blumctithal, Quaker Oats and A t l a n t i c and. Pacific. Produce WO1V JONES A V E R A G E S Inds. Rails Utils. Cloie ' 183.71 55.43 37.05 ·olal Sales 3,260,000 CHICAGO STOCKS Butler Bros 14 Marsh Fields 21 Cord Corp S 1 /* Walevcon Co 38% NEW V O H K CUHB \m G S: El 47% F Mo of Can Cyana B 34% T Mo of Eng \m S Pow Go 2% Lockheed Ark N Gas A 8 Asoc G A: El A 4% Eislcr Elcc 3% El Bd i: Sll 24% 1% 12 m; 20 . . H Pow S O Ky Co Un Gas Co Uii I. P Co 10',4 SEW YORK STOCKS Alas Jtmcau 15f« Nash Ivelvina 20 Lambert Co 20 Lehigll P Allegheny 4^li A l l i e d St - 16'i Am t For P lOVt Am C SliR Co 23 a .* C S.- f 1 Co lil»* Am Po^v rV Li 15 T ,i Am R Mills 33 : U Am n K: S Co 25 = , Am Tob Co W.i Armour ; Co 7% Ar Co pfd R5',i As D Goods 21-il All Hcf 3l»* Baldsvin Loco S Briggs M Co Sfi'.j Bciulix 27'.i Budd Mfg Co 13?k Bycrs A M Co 27-y Calcrplllar Tr OH* Cer dc Pas' 71 *,* Chcs Ohio G7^ C O W pfd 14^1 CMSP P pfd 5',i Coca Cola Co 12fi','« Com Solvcnls Ifl'.a Cont Motor 3 ' » Cr of Wlieat Cutlahy Pack C-W Co A DEst Cp SeaR Douglas A i r e 73',i El Auto Lite 42',i El Pow i: Li 25=1 Erie R R Co \f\ F'ne Ti flu 34'.- Fost-Wlieoler- 521, Frccport Tex ' .lo 1 .* Gen Am Tran 7o' 1 .j G l i d d f n Co 461i Gl Nor'n Ore la»i Grail Paisc 3;» Gt Nor rfd -*2=!i Houston OH Hudson MoL .1BV. 41 27',i ir.% 20% H u p p Molor.s -2'.. Fndust Rayon :I8% Co 41 Lip; Car Corp 51% Lorillairl .,- 23'!i Mack Truck 4a% llathic All; 39% McLcllan Sirs 1B% iUinn, Moi Im 13V, M K i- T Mo Pac Motor Prod No Amer No Am Avi Otis-Stl Co Owen 111 GI Packard Mot Park Ut Cop P l y m o u t h Poc Gam P S of N J Pullman Pure Oil Co Purity Bak R It O R e a d i n g Co Rcm Rand Reo Motors 7 St .Toi-epJi Lc 47 Simmons Co 47% So Cal Edison .11% Sperry Corp 22% St G E Ti Wa As Oil 20% U S Ind Ale 38 M S Smeller 32% U l i l P A: Li A 4 V a n a d i u m 30% Union Oil Cal 25% Un G S: Imp 16% Warren Bros 11% Western Myld 0% Western Un 79 W'n P u m p Yellow Trk Y'cc S S: T X 33?i 15% 17 151 ll'.'i 5'.'« 6B% "a"* 43% 24 4IH! 27% 78% Miscellaneous POTATO MARKET (Thursday ^Market) CHICAGO. (,70--U. S. department agriculture-Potatoes, 113, on track 293, total U. s shipments 865; unsettled, supplies modcr ate, demand very slow, very few early sales reported: sacked per cwt. Idaho Russet Burbanks U. S. No. 1, very few sales S3.103.20: some holding best stock (or higher prices; Colorado Red Me Clnrcs U. S. No. 1. $3.1563.30; Nebraska Bll-ss Triumphs partly graded $2.75^2.85 Wisconsin Round Whiles U. s. No. 1, no sales reported; U. S. commercial $2.0a( 2.15; Michigan Russet Iturnls no sale rcporlcd: Florida bu. crates, Bliss Tri nmphs I car mixed U. S. No. 1. and U, S. No. 2. U. S. No. 1, 52.05: U. S No. 2, 31.80 a crate; strccc safes, Florida, bu. crates. Bliss Triumphs U. S. No. 1 $2.I55j'2.25 a crate; poorer lower. ^IINXEArOI.IS ( T h u r s d a y M a r k e t ) MINNEAPOLIS. fi -- Flour -- Carlos, lols, a barrel In 08 pound cotlon sacks Family patents unchanged. S7.G5ft7.fl-l s t a n d a r d patents unchanged, S7.5flfl7.7o Shipments. 21.427. Pure h r a n . S3:"i«i35. Standard middllnffj, MASON CITY--For Thursday Cash Quotations iy E. G. Blorse !ggs, current receipts 18c ieavy hens, 5 Ibs. and over 13c Jnder 5 Ibs .'9c Springs, 5 Ibs. and over 13c Springs, under 5 Ibs lOc icghorn springs 7c Cocks Be All No. 2 poultry 4 cents less [Merchants Quotations Eggs, in trade '.~720-2lc* Eggs, cash 19-20c'' Butter, Iowa State Brand ,...41c Butter, Corn Country 39o Butter, Kenyon's 30c Butter, Very Best 41e Butter, Brookfield 39c Potatoes, russets, peck 72c Potatoes, cobblers, peck 52i 'EDITOR'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obtained by calling several grocery stores. CHICAGO PRODUCE (Thurjday M a r k e t ) CHICAGO, (jT)--Butter 6,036. wc.ik creamery specials 193 score) 33%f734%c o.xlras (921 33%c; extra firsts (90-01) 32", 2%c; lirsts 108-85) 31%®32c; st.ind ards (90 centralized carlotsl 33c. Eggs 1I.2G1. weak: extra firsts loca 22%c, cars 23%c; fresh graded firsts loca 22%c. cars 22%c;'current receipts 21%c Poultry: Live, 1 car, 22 trucks, hen easier, balance steady: liens 4% Ibs. up 18c. less than 4% Ibs. 19c; Leghorn hen 13c: springs colored 15%c; Plymouth am White Rock 17c: colored broilers 20c White Rook 20c; Plymouth Rock 21c Leghorn chickens ll'c; toostcrs 12c; LOR liorn rooslers He; tcirkcys: Hens lo* young toms I4c. old 13c. No. 2 ttirkcy 13c: ducks 4% Ibs. up while and colorc 15c", small white and colored lie: north em fice.Tt 14c. southern fieese 13c: capon 7 Ibs. up\20c. less than 7 Ibs. 19c. N E W Y O R K P R O D U C E (Thursttay M a r k e t ) NEW YORK. wi-- Butler 8,229. easier creamery lilshcr t h a n eslr.i 34%ffi33%c extra (92 score) 34%234%c; other price unchanged. Cheese 124.S19, firm and u n c h a n g e d . EKBS in, 092, unsettled; mixed colors special packs 2fi«J25'.ic: standards 2fi%c firsts 24%c; average checks 22c; refritjcr ator firsts 2Ic: checks Itlc: oihcr inixe colors unchanged.' Live poultry weak; by freight, chick ens: Rocks 20c. colored mixed with Rock unquoted. Leghorn 1213c: fowls: Col orrrt 19fr,2lc, I.CBhom I4QICC; rooster 12c; turkeys 14a21c; ducks loffilGc. PRODUCE FGTURES ( T h u r s d a y M a r k e t ) CHICAGO. (,Ti-- Butter futures closet Storage standards, Jan., 32%; Feb., 321 March, 32%. ESS futures: Hcfrlccrator standard Jan., 1B%; Oct., 25%; fresh graded first Jan.. 22%; Feb.. 22%. Potato futures: Idaho Russets, Jan S3.03; March. No. 1, S3. 78; March, Brad A, $3.47. N'KIV VORK SUGAR (Thursday Market) NEW YORK. Wy--Raw sugar, 3.85. o 5 points below last paid. Futures brok B to 9 points in No. n contract. No. 4 con tract declined 1 or 2 points. Jan. No. 2.06 and July, 2.S7; May Nn. 4. 1.21, n Sept., 1.24%. Refined unchanged at 5.0 for fine granulated. G O V E R N M E N T DOXDS ( T h u r s d a y M a r k M ) NEW YOfiJC. Ml--U. S. honrK close. Treasury 4%s, 47-52, 12D.2H. Treasury 4s. 44-:4. 114.23. Treasury 3%s, 4D-43, J u n e , 107.(i. Treasury 3%s, 43-47, 110. Treasury 3V,s. 46-49, I O H . I S . Treasury 3i. il-ii, loff.24. At the Hospitals Clemence Gorkawski, route 2, vas admitted to the Park hospital Vednesday lor "a minor operation. D. W. McGarry, Rockwell, was dmitted to the Story hospital Vednesday for treatment. Fred Tieske, 1618 Adams ave- ue northwest, u-as dismissed rom the Mercy hospital Wednesday following treatment. George Ott, Clear Lake, was ad- ·nitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for treatment. Mrs. Fred Schmitt and infant on, 1020 Maple drive, were dismissed from the Mercy hospital iVednesday. Miss Linda Herreman, 422 Del- iwave avenue northeast, was ad- nitted to the Park hospital Wednesday for treatment. Mrs. Lloyd Smith and infan daughter, Manly, were dismissed from/the Mercy hospital Wednesday. Mrs. K. V. Mace, 115 Sevenll street northwest, was admitted ti .he Park hospital Wednesday fo treatment. Jim Banos, 1102 Third stree southwest, was admitted to th Mercy hospital Wednesday for a major operation. Mrs. C. A. Anderson, 229 Louis iana avenue southeast, was ad milted to the Park hospital Wed nesday for a minor operation. Mrs. c. A. Kirby, 642 Pennsyl vania avenue southeast, was ad mitted to the Mercy hospital Wed nesday for a major operation". George O'Neil, 110 Tenth strec northwest, was admitted to th Park hospital Wednesday for major operation. Mrs. Joseph Urich, Garner, wa dismissed from the Mercy hospita Wednesday following treatment. Mrs. F. C. Lent, route 4, wa dismissed from the Park hospita Wednesday following a minor op oration. Leo Woisnak, 215 Carolina ave nue southeast, was admitted t the Mercy hospital Wednesday fo treatment. Carl Peterson, Nora Springs was dismissed from the Park hos pital Wednesday following a ma jor operation. Robert May, Kanawha, was dis missed from the Mercy hospita Wednesday following a major op crntion. Mrs. Robert Dunlap anrt infan son, West Haven, were dismisse from the Park hospital Wednes day. INVESTMENT TRUSTS fFly The Associated Press) Riii a n d Asked T h u r s d a y . Corp Tr Sh 3.11 Corp Tr Sh AA Mod 3.77 Corp Tr Sh Ac Ser 2.07 Corp Tr Ac Ser Mod 3.77 Dividend Sh 2.05 Maryland Fund 10.3B Nationwide Sec 4.0B Nallon\vlde Sec vtc 2.14 7\ r or Amcr Tr Sh 2.02 Nor Amcr Tr Sh 1955 ...-. 2.79 Quarterly Inc Sh 10.36 Selected Am Sh Inc 15.01 Super Corp Am Tr A .... 4.30 U S El I. A: P A 21.375 U S El 7. ft P B 3.51 U S El L Si r vtc '. 1.27 2.20 ll.S 3.08 2.3C 21.2 17.3 4.Si 21. IT 3.6 1.5! Nearly half a million childre in the first four grades of Amci ican schools, it is estimated on II basis ot a PWA study in Nc York City, arc in need of speci treatment to improve their ey( sight.--Unllcrt Slates News. BLOODHOUNDS B; W A L T E R S . M A S T E R M A N CQTI+KKT; '(UASfD IT CC-Tfit. f K£JJ jLSJrKJ-lTrOV CHAPTER 49 SELDEN walked Into the bar of e Bull Inn in search of the land- 5vd, but only the potman was ently ushering the late stayers irough the door. 'Where is Hucks?" he asked oC IB maid who had served him. I think he went out a few mo- lents ago, sir," she said.. Selden sauntered slowly back to e hall and seized the telephone astily. "Grinfold 92," he called. Urgent police call." Almost immediately he heard nspector Hutchins' gruff voice. "Hutchins--this is Selden speak- ng." He heard 'a laugh at the ther end of the line. "I thought you would be calling me up. I was expecting you over lis afternoon." Selden cut him short. "Never lind that now. Listen, Hulehins. let your car at once, andjcome to ;eid's cottage--you Icnow where lat is. Bring a couple of your ·nen--armed, you understand. It's matter of the utmost importance, ut I can't 'explain, someone may e here any moment. I shall be here to meet you." He rang off without waiting for nore than Hutchins' astonished xclamation. He flung open the front door nd went out into the rain. The roups had quickly dispersed, but ic road was Illuminated with n lood-red stain where the lights fom t'le bar showed through the ed curtains. Once clear of the front, Selden ook to his heels, all deliberation Ranged to action, and fled up le lane to the cottage as though 11 the fiends were after him. The ay was thick with mud, and the oing slippery, but he never .opped to take breath' till he saw faint light among the trees. hen he slopped running and mopped his forehead, panting ith the exertion. This latest de- elopment had vipset all his care- ul plans. He walked towards the ottage, and suddenly came to a alt. A light was showing through chink between the blinds, u'n line in the darkness. He valked firmly to the door and urned the handle. Selden looked round; the light rom the lamp was burning steady, and shone on the face of Mrs. hornton, who was sitting on the ouch, in front of which was a nail table on which were a bot- e o£ whisky and a glass. She looked up expectantly at le visitor, and then her expres- on changed to blank amazement, nd something like fear. She eemed to struggle for breath, and ay back with a groan "I am so glad to see you, Mr. .Biden," she said haltingly, but er eyes were fixed on the door ehind him. "I must explain my resence here. I was returning rom Paynton Manor where I hac een lo see Colonel Graham is request. I lost my way, a tumbled over a root. I am afraic have sprained my ankle. "It was lucky you were able to ake shelter here," Selden said uavely. 'I thought that perhaps Mr Heid would have been here, anc ic could have gone for a doctor. "I have had some experience :an I be of assistance? 31 "I am afraid not," she saic vith a look of pain. "I have bounr up myself with a handkerchief --i£ you would be so kind as to etch the doctor. I am afraid can't walk all the way to the vil- age." "I suppose you were hoping tc ind Miss Lawrence and the children here, and then Mr. Reic could have gone for the doctor,' Selden said slowly. "I did hear that they were stop ping here, but my only though was to get help. I would not hav disturbed them otherwise." "I think you were expeclini someone else here," Selden salt with a cold note in his voice tha had suddenly become hard. "What do you mean?" The wo man's face had gone dead while. "You were expecting your hus band--Mr. Hucks, from the Bu I vere buried in the throat oC iucks, the landlord of the Bull nn, and the other hound had his rm in a crushing vise, strong ven in death. There was a ter- ible cry, and Mrs. Thornton tot- ered forward and flung herself on :ie man. 'Jim! Jim!" she screamed in- oherently. With the aid of the barrel of his listol, Selden with difficulty ipened the strong jaws of the Deasls, and flung them from the nan. He knelt down and exam- nod him, while the woman, in a laroxysm of weeping, clung to the ix-prize fighter, muttering endearing words and sobbing biterly. Selden gazed at the scene, still ocusing his powerful torch on the lead man. He' spoke without a race of sympathy in his voice. It was a terrible end, Mrs. lucks, but it has saved him from he gallows. It is not as I had Janned, but perhaps It is best." There was the sound of a car drawing up outside the cottage, nd Hutchins . came forward )riskly, followed by his two men. What's all this Selden? We leard a deuce of a noise going on --pistol shots and what sounded "ike those infernal bloodhounds." "I will explain everything to _ p o u , Hutchins, as is only right, but briefly, Hucks was coming here vith murderous intent, with the of his wife, who has posed as Mrs. Thornton up till now. Hucks las been killed by the- blood- lounds. Mrs. Hucks is lamenting over him. You had better get your men to carry the body into the cottage," "Hucks -- Mrs. Thornton! Are you had, Selden?" "They are the murderers of Sir Henry Serevinge, and would have murdered the Severinge children f they had been given the chance. But there is no time to lose. Leave one of your men here to take charge of this wretched woman, though I don't think she will give nuch trouble--she seems half demented. But handcuff her, for she ':ias already attempted suicide." "But what are we going to do?" Hutchins said, absolutely bewildered by these revelations and half doubting Selden's sanity. ''We are going to Paynton. Manor, and I pray heaven we are not loo late." "Colonel Graham--but why?" Selden uttered a quick ejaculation, and pointed. "Lord! We laven't a moment to lose." Over the treetops a lurid glow lit the sky and showed through the driving rain. "Can your man drive?" he asked quickly, running to the car. "He drove us here," Hutchins replied, sensing something of the meaning of that ominous glow. "Then let him get in and drive like mad to the village, .and phone ; ,.\ for fire brigades from Grinfold and Poolbridge," Selden cast a glance of anger at the miserable woman, who was muttering and sobbing on the floor. "This is your doing, I expect. Come on, Hutchins, it's quicker over Ihe fields." Selden led the way with unerring instinct; for he had become accustomed to every Inch of the terrain since lie had been on the case. He cut across one field into a track that led out into the main drive, where the house was in full view. A great column of smoke and [lame shot up as they approached, and the sound of shout- Ing and running feet came to their ears. "Heavens! Graham has dug his own grave if I am not mistaken!" Selden cried. The Indian syce came running towards them, followed by Coats. "My master!" the Indian panted; "he is in his private room' at the top. We have tried to reach it, but the staircase is on fire." "Get a ladder!" Selrien shouted, for the crackling of the fire was now loud and insistent. "There is no ladder in tho place," Coats Informed them. "The Colonel would not have one here; he was afraid of attack." One glance inside the hall door was enough; within was a raging ''llfl :W$"i ^ Inn, Mrs. Hucks," he said deliber Vl f cno -i?"' wjinm was a raging ately, and his hand clasped on his "^=rno. The servants, all Indians, ontnrrvntin ir, hi c nTML-nt were gabbcruig excitedly in a automatic in his pocket. The pince-nez she always wore clattered from face on the floor, and the dark staring eyes gleamed venomously at him. They remained silent, rigid, each listening for any sound from without. And then the silliness was broken by the dreadful sound of the baying of the bloodhounds. The woman half rose from her couch and a ghastly look of horror came to her face. She placed her hand on the glass that stood half full on the table, and raised it. "Stop, put that down!" Sclden shouted, and snatchFd the glass from her, flinging it to the floor. · "Not that way. Mrs. Hucks," he said, and the woman dropped with a moan down on the couch, cover- ng her face with her hands. They listened in silence, only the dreary sound of the rain pattering-on the windows like leaves on a coffin broke the stillness. And then the sounds came nearer, a hideous discordant lust for blood in the bell-like notes, and Selden rushed to the door, drawing his automatic. An awful scream split the ni«ht. and then the sound of shots. Selden wrenched the door open, and the rain blew in with a gust of sudden wind. Mrs. Thornton, with a look of unutterable horror on her face, had slipped from the couch, and ran after him, her ankle suddenly recovered. Seldon rushed in the direction of the shots. By the old oalc, at the corner of the little garden, his electric torch revealed a ghastly sight. A man was lying on the ground, while two enormous hounds were sprawled en his body. Selden tugged at the dead hounds, and then even his strong nerve nearly gave way. The white gleaming teeth of a bloodhound group, making no effort to rescue even the furniture. The fire had started on the first story, near the Colonel's private stainvay to his roof sanctum, and the first thing that the Indians on duty had known was that volumes of smoke were pouring down the stairs. According to Graham's stringent orders every door was locked, nnd every window shuttered and padlocked. It ever a man compassed his own doom through over-caution, Graham is the man," Selden said bitterly. "I don't understand a single thing of what is happening," Hutchins grumbled. The distant sound of fire engines tearing up the drive overpowered the noise of the burning, and as they watched a window cracked and broke, and the burning shutter behind fell out on the flower bed below. Selden turned lo Hutchins. "Colonel Graham was In mortal dread of his life. He took every precaution he could, as an old soldier.. He barred up his house from at-,, tack--he had trusty Indian servants, and bloodhounds turned loose--doubtless he felt secure enough. But he had constructed on the roof for complete security a room cut off by a sliding staircase and steel shutters. The fire started just below the room--I think we can guess who started it--and he has been caught like a rat in a '' C trap." (To Be Continued) ni^;^ ^^^^ss3^^^ ; ^fff,^-rf^^^ff^ff^^^^f?^:ys^r! ^g^j^.;^^.^^^^^-^:^ Mitchell Beats Orchard. M I T C H E L L--Mitchell high" school nosed out Orchard, in lo 10, in n county conference basketball fiamo Tuesday night, while the Orchard reserves won 20 to 20. 1 ^^^S^i^^S^K^^S^^^^^S^t^i^.

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